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6808
Addressable Fire Alarm Control Panel
Installation and Operation Manual
Document LS10146-001SK-E Rev: :C
10/9/2017 ECN: 17-0555

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  • Page 1 6808 Addressable Fire Alarm Control Panel Installation and Operation Manual Document LS10146-001SK-E Rev: :C 10/9/2017 ECN: 17-0555...
  • Page 2 (especially Limit-D-1-2013 in bedrooms), smoking in bed, and violent explosions (caused by escaping gas, improper storage of flammable materials, etc.). 6808 Manual –LS10146-001SK-E:C 10/9/2017...
  • Page 3: Installation Precautions

    Verify that wire sizes are adequate for all initiating and indi- FACP operation and reliability depend upon proper installa- cating device loops. Most devices cannot tolerate more than a tion. 10% I.R. drop from the specified device voltage. Precau-D1-9-2005 6808 Manual –LS10146-001SK-E:C 10/9/2017...
  • Page 4 To order parts, contact Silent Knight Sales at 800-328-0103. eVance®, Honeywell®, Silent Knight®, and SWIFT® are registered trademarks of Honeywell International Inc. Microsoft® and Windows® are registered trademarks of the Microsoft Corporation. Chrome™ and Google™ are trademarks of Google Inc. Firefox® is a registered trademark of The Mozilla Foundation.
  • Page 5: Table Of Contents

    3.7.2: Maximum Battery Standby Load................................25 Section 4: Control Panel Installation ..........................26 4.1: Mounting the Control Panel Cabinet ................................26 4.1.1: Preventing Water Damage..................................26 4.1.2: Removing the 6808 Assembly from the Housing..........................26 4.1.3: Ethernet Connection .....................................26 4.2: AC Connection.........................................27 4.3: Battery Power ........................................27 4.3.1: Battery Accessory Cabinet ...................................28...
  • Page 6 6.2: Network Programming ....................................68 6.2.1: Learn Network ......................................68 6.2.2: Edit Network Names.....................................68 6.2.3: Edit Panel ID......................................68 6.2.4: Computer Access ....................................69 6.2.5: Access Codes ......................................69 Edit Name .......................................70 Edit Access Code ....................................70 Panel Functions.......................................70 6.2.6: Communicator Options..................................70 Communicator Assignments...................................70 6808 Manual –LS10146-001SK-E:C 10/09/2017...
  • Page 7 9.3.2: View Zone Points ....................................101 9.4: Group ..........................................101 9.4.1: Edit Group ......................................101 Edit Group Name ....................................102 Edit Group Properties ...................................102 9.4.2: View Group Points .....................................102 9.4.3: Edit OPG Template.....................................102 9.5: Point ..........................................103 9.5.1: Point Programming for SLC................................103 6808 Manual –LS10146-001SK-E:C 10/09/2017...
  • Page 8 10.4.12: View Status of a Point ..................................118 10.4.13: View Alarms or Troubles ................................118 10.4.14: System Information ..................................119 10.5: Operation Mode Behavior ...................................119 10.5.1: Multi-Site Annunciator and Multi-Site User Access........................122 10.6: Releasing Operations ....................................122 10.6.1: Single Interlock Zone Releasing...............................124 6808 Manual –LS10146-001SK-E:C 10/09/2017...
  • Page 9 Appendix B: Editing Text Using the Built-In Programmer..................158 B.7: Characters Used for Editing Text ..................................158 B.8: Example Name Edit ......................................158 Appendix C: Expanded Receiver/Panel Relationship ....................160 Appendix D: Cadence Patterns ............................ 162 Model 6808 Basic Operating Instructions ........................167 6808 Manual –LS10146-001SK-E:C 10/09/2017...
  • Page 10: Section 1: Introduction

    1.2 About this Manual This manual is intended to be a complete reference for all installation and operation tasks for the 6808. Please let us know if the manual does not meet your needs in any way. We value your feedback! 1.2.1 Terms Used in this Manual...
  • Page 11: Compatible Products

    SWIFT Smart Wireless Integrated Fire Technology Table 1.1 Manual Terminology 1.3 Compatible Products The table below lists the products available from Honeywell Silent Knight for use with the 6808. Type of Device Model Description Addressable See Section Section 7.1 for a list of compatible devices.
  • Page 12 Suite Enables remote viewing of detector status and event history. 7860 Telephone Cord RJ31X cord for connecting phone line to the 6808. Remote Battery Box for mounting backup batteries that are too large to fit into Misc. the main control panel cabinet. Dimensions: 16" W x 10" H x 6" D (40.64 cm W x 25.4 cm H x 15.24 cm D)
  • Page 13 Introduction 6808 Manual — P/N LS10146-001SK-E:C 09/28/2017...
  • Page 14: Section 2: Agency Listings, Approvals, And Requirements

    Since the 6808 is a commercial fire alarm panel, it must be connected upstream of all other equipment utilizing the phone lines. If you have questions about the installation, contact your telephone company or a qualified installer.
  • Page 15: 2: Requirements For Central Station Fire Alarm Systems

    Use the addressable smoke detectors specified in Section 7 of this manual and or conventional detectors listed in the compatibility chart. (See Appendix A.) Use UL listed notification appliances compatible with the 6808 from those specified in the Appendix A at the back of this manual. A full system checkout must be performed any time the panel is programmed.
  • Page 16: Section 3: Before You Begin Installing

    6808 panel for the first time. 3.1 Inventory When the 6808 shipment is received, check that all the parts have been included in the shipment. The shipment consist of one of each of the following: •...
  • Page 17: Wiring Specifications

    Route the wiring around the inside perimeter of the cabinet. It should not cross the circuit board where it could induce noise into the sensitive microelectronics or pick up unwanted RF noise from the high speed circuits. See Figure 3.1 for an example. 6808 Manual — P/N LS10146-001SK-E:C 09/28/2017...
  • Page 18 Relay Outputs SBUS Devices SLC IN/OUT Phone Lines 1/4” spacing must be maintained between each of these circuit types; as well as between power limited and non-power limited circuits. Figure 3.1 Wire Routing Example 6808 Manual — P/N LS10146-001SK-E:C 09/28/2017...
  • Page 19: Board Assembly Diagram

    Use the Current Draw Worksheet to determine current draw and standby battery requirements. Use Table 3.2 if installing SK SLC Devices and Table 3.3 if installing SD SLC Devices to determine current draw. For the 6808, the worst case current draw is listed for the panel, addressable devices, and all SBUS expanders.
  • Page 20: Current Draw Worksheet For Sk Slc Devices

    Current Draw Worksheet for SK SLC Devices Use Table 3.2 to determine current requirements during alarm/battery standby operation SK SLC devices are installed. The 6808 FACP supports up to a total of 198 SLC devices, consisting of any combination of Sensors and Modules.
  • Page 21 Standby: 25mA 6860 Remote LCD Annunciator Alarm: 50mA Standby 20mA 5860 Remote LCD Annunciator (12 max) Alarm 25mA Standby: 20mA 6855 Remote LCD Annunciator Alarm: 25mA Table 3.2 Current Draw Worksheet for SK Devices 6808 Manual — P/N LS10146-001SK-E:C 09/28/2017...
  • Page 22 The SK-Duct housing contains a vacant mount for a SK-Relay (sold separately). Current draw for the SK-Relay is calculated by increasing the SK-Relay row of the calculation sheet by one for each SK-Relay used with a SK-Duct. 6808 Manual — P/N LS10146-001SK-E:C 09/28/2017...
  • Page 23: Current Draw Worksheet For Sd Slc Devices

    20mA mA Alarm 25 mA 6855 Remote LCD Annunciator Standby: 20 mA mA Alarm: 25 mA 5824 Serial/Parallel Printer (4 max.) Standby/Alarm: 45 mA mA Interface Table 3.3 Current Draw worksheet for SD Devices 6808 Manual — P/N LS10146-001SK-E:C 09/28/2017...
  • Page 24 However, during normal operation, door holders draw current and must be included in the 6.0A total current that can be drawn from the panel. Use next size battery with capacity greater than required. 6808 Manual — P/N LS10146-001SK-E:C 09/28/2017...
  • Page 25: 2: Maximum Battery Standby Load

    WARNING: 6808 does not support the use of batteries smaller than those listed in Table 3.4 and Table 3.5. If you use a battery too small for the installa- tion, the system could overload the battery resulting in the installation having less than the required 24 hours standby power. Use Table 3.4 and Table 3.5 to calculate the correct battery amp hour rating needed for your installation.
  • Page 26: Section 4: Control Panel Installation

    The 6808 cabinet overall dimensions are: 16.363" W x 26.37" H x 3.9"1 D. The 6808 panel should be located within a secured area, where it is accessible to main drop wiring runs and where it can be easily tested and serviced.
  • Page 27: Ac Connection

    RBB (see Section 4.3.1 for details). Use 12V batteries of the same AH rating. Determine the correct AH rating as per your current load calculation (see Section 3.7). 6808 Manual — P/N LS10146-001SK-E:C 09/28/2017...
  • Page 28: 1: Battery Accessory Cabinet

    • If using the battery cable extenders provided (P/N 140643), mount the RBB cabinet no more than 18" away from the main control panel cabinet. This will ensure that the battery cables reach the battery terminals. Cabinet Mounting Holes Figure 4.4 RBB Cabinet Mounting Holes 6808 Manual — P/N LS10146-001SK-E:C 09/28/2017...
  • Page 29 Align the cover plate mounting keyhole over the cover mounting screws. See Figure 4.7. Cover Plate Mounting Keyholes Figure 4.7 Cover Plate Mounting Keyholes and Cover Mounting Screws Alignment Slide the cover into place and tighten the cover mounting screws. 6808 Manual — P/N LS10146-001SK-E:C 09/28/2017...
  • Page 30: Sbus Wiring

    2 - Module 5860 Remote LCD Annunciator 1 - 5496 NAC Expander 1 - 5865 LED Fire Annunciator 1 - 5824 Serial/Parallel Printer Interface Module The total worst case current is calculated as follows: 6808 Manual — P/N LS10146-001SK-E:C 09/28/2017...
  • Page 31: 2: Wiring Configurations

    938 feet maximum using 18 Gauge wire 1493 feet maximum using 16 Gauge wire 2362 feet maximum using 14 Gauge wire 4.4.2 Wiring Configurations Figure 4.8 illustrates Class B configurations wiring. Supervised Power Limited Figure 4.8 SBUS Class B Wiring 6808 Manual — P/N LS10146-001SK-E:C 09/28/2017...
  • Page 32: 5860 Remote Lcd Annunciator Installation

    Control Panel Installation 4.5 5860 Remote LCD Annunciator Installation The optional Model 5860 Remote LCD Annunciator, shown in Figure 4.9. Up to 12 annunciators can be added to the 6808 system in any combination. Figure 4.9 Model 5860 Remote LCD Annunciator, Front View 5860 installation involves the following steps: Make sure power is off at the panel.
  • Page 33: Flush Mounting

    1-3/8" from face of wall. Electrical box applications require 2 by 4 construction minimum. 1-3/8" Electrical Box Sheet rock Figure 4.12 Placement of Electrical Box for Flush Mounting 6808 Manual — P/N LS10146-001SK-E:C 09/28/2017...
  • Page 34: Surface Mounting

    Place the bezel over the back box and tighten the set screws on the bezel. 4.5.2 Model 5860 Connection to the Panel Connect the 5860 to the panel as shown in Figure 4.14. Supervised Power Limited Figure 4.14 Model 5860 Connection to the Panel 6808 Manual — P/N LS10146-001SK-E:C 09/28/2017...
  • Page 35: 6855 Remote Annunciator Installation

    The optional Model 6855 Remote Annunciator, shown in Figure 4.15. The 6855 can be surface or flush mounted. Up to 12 annunciators can be added to the 6808 system in any combination. Figure 4.15 Model 6855 Remote Annunciator, Front View 6855 installation involves the following steps: Make sure power is off at the panel.
  • Page 36 Remove knockout holes as needed for wires. See Figure 4.17 for backbox knockout locations Wire Knockouts Wire Knockouts Wire Knockouts Figure 4.17 Back Box Knockout Locations Wire the Annunciator board to the main control panel. See Figure 4.20. 6808 Manual — P/N LS10146-001SK-E:C 09/28/2017...
  • Page 37: Surface Mounting

    Place a level on top of the back box, with the back box level insert the rest of the mounting screws. Key Shaped Mounting Hole Back Box Mounting Holes Figure 4.19 Back Box Surface Mount Holes 6808 Manual — P/N LS10146-001SK-E:C 09/28/2017...
  • Page 38: 6860 Remote Annunciator Installation

    The 6860 module must be added to the system through programming. JumpStart AutoProgramming will add the module automatically (see Section 8.1.3). 4.7.1 Mounting the 6860 This section of the manual describes mounting the remote annunciator. The annunciator can be flush or surface mounted. 6808 Manual — P/N LS10146-001SK-E:C 09/28/2017...
  • Page 39: Flush Mounting

    Remove knockout holes as needed for wires. See Figure 4.23 for backbox knockout locations. Wire Knockouts Wire Knockouts Wire Knockouts Figure 4.23 Back Box Knockout Locations Wire the annunciator board to the main control panel. As described in Section 4.5.2. 6808 Manual — P/N LS10146-001SK-E:C 09/28/2017...
  • Page 40: Surface Mounting

    Place a level on top of the back box, with the back box level insert the rest of the mounting screws Key Shaped Mounting Hole Back Box Mounting Holes Figure 4.25 Back Box Surface Mount Holes Run wires to the control panel. 6808 Manual — P/N LS10146-001SK-E:C 09/28/2017...
  • Page 41: 2: 6860 Connection To The Panel

    NOTE: Four 5824s per panel maximum. Use the DIP switches on the back of the 5824 board to assign an ID# to the 5824 (see Section 4.11.1). Configure the 5824 device through programming. See Section 4.8.1. 6808 Manual — P/N LS10146-001SK-E:C 09/28/2017...
  • Page 42: 1: Selecting 5824 Options

    The 5880 can drive up to 40 LEDs and has one PZT controller. The 5880 also has eight inputs for dry contact monitoring. Up to 8-5880s can be added to the 6808 system. The following sub-sections describe hardware installation. Refer to Section 6 for programming information.
  • Page 43: 1: 5880 Board Layout

    The 5880 connects to the panel via the SBUS. Make connections as shown in Figure 4.31. After the 5880 is connected to the panel, it must be added to the system. This programming step is described in Section 4.11. Supervised Power Limited Figure 4.31 5880 Connection to Main Control Panel Assembly 6808 Manual — P/N LS10146-001SK-E:C 09/28/2017...
  • Page 44: 3: Led Wiring

    The 8 input circuits on the 5880 board are for monitoring switch inputs-any type of switch supported by the control panel can be used with the 5880. For example, you can use a 5880 to monitor pull stations, water flow, tamper, reset, or silence switches. 6808 Manual — P/N LS10146-001SK-E:C 09/28/2017...
  • Page 45: 5865-3 / 5865-4 Led Annunciator Installation

    5865. (They do not appear on board assembly.) 5865-4 switches SILENCE follow main FACP; no installation TROUBLE or programming required. RESET 5865-4 Board Assembly 5865-3 Board Assembly Figure 4.34 5865-3 and 5865-4 Assembly (front view) 6808 Manual — P/N LS10146-001SK-E:C 09/28/2017...
  • Page 46: 1: 5865 Connection To Panel

    Slide the labels under the plexiglass as shown in Figure 4.37. The LEDs will show through the label when illuminated. Figure 4.37 Inserting Zone Description Labels 6808 Manual — P/N LS10146-001SK-E:C 09/28/2017...
  • Page 47: Configuring Sbus Modules

    Each SBUS device generates a certain amount of traffic on the SBUS. Generally, the amount of traffic generated depends on the type of SBUS device. To help you figure out the SBUS bandwidth usage of a given collection of devices, a tool is available on the Honeywell Silent Knight website (www.silentknight.com).
  • Page 48: Notification Appliance/auxiliary Power Circuits

    NOTE: These circuits are considered regulated unless used for releasing type service, in which case they are considered special applications. Four outputs are built-in to the 6808 FACP which can be programmed to be used as NACs (Class A or Class B) or as Aux power.
  • Page 49: Class A Notification Wiring

    Resettable, 24-volt power is always present at the terminals unless a system reset occurs. If a system reset occurs, power is disconnected from the terminals for 30 seconds, then re-applied. Sounder Sync Power Sounder Sync Power continuously outputs the System Sensor synchronization pattern and is intended for use with B200S sounder bases. 6808 Manual — P/N LS10146-001SK-E:C 09/28/2017...
  • Page 50: On-board Programmable Relays (conventional)

    Wire the 3158 within 20 feet of the control panel. Wiring must be enclosed in conduit. Program control panel Relay 2 for alarm. Program NAC circuit 2 for alarm. Program NAC circuit 1 for supervisory non latching. NOTE: NACs must be programmed for continuous and non-silencing. 6808 Manual — P/N LS10146-001SK-E:C 09/28/2017...
  • Page 51: 2: City Box Connection Using The 5220 Module

    Connect earth ground wire to the 5220 chassis with mounting screw. Program the NAC circuit used as a continuous and non-silencing. Refer to 9.5 for point programming, Section 9.4 for group settings, and Section 9.3 for zone settings and mapping. 6808 Manual — P/N LS10146-001SK-E:C 09/28/2017...
  • Page 52: 3: Nfpa 72 Polarity Reversal

    5220 to the remote indicator. Do not install an EOL resistor in the terminals of the NAC circuit used for this application. Connect earth ground wire to the 5220 chassis with mounting screw. 6808 Manual — P/N LS10146-001SK-E:C 09/28/2017...
  • Page 53: Using The 7644-l8 Module

    NOTE: Use only NAC circuits on the control panel for reverse polarity. Program the NAC circuit as a notification circuit. See Section 9.5.1. Map the group to activate constant on from the zone event. 6808 Manual — P/N LS10146-001SK-E:C 09/28/2017...
  • Page 54: 4: Using The Sd500-arm Addressable Relay Module

    Relay 2 must be programmed for Alarm (default). NOTE: If you need to transmit supervisories or trouble conditions, additional SD500-ARM modules must be added. Use relay 1 to transmit supervisory conditions. Use the trouble relay to transmit trouble conditions. 6808 Manual — P/N LS10146-001SK-E:C 09/28/2017...
  • Page 55: 5: Using A Mr-201/t Control Relay From Air Products

    If an alarm condition occurs, the alarm relay will close, overriding the trouble condition. Current: 15 mA max. Operating Voltage: 24 VDC nominal Resistance: 4 K 6808 Manual — P/N LS10146-001SK-E:C 09/28/2017...
  • Page 56 Program the NAC circuit for non silence NAC circuit. NOTE: If you need to transmit supervisories or trouble conditions, additional relay modules must be added. Use relay 1 to transmit supervisory conditions. Use the trouble relay to transmit trouble conditions. 6808 Manual — P/N LS10146-001SK-E:C 09/28/2017...
  • Page 57: 6: Transmitter Activated By Dry Contacts

    4.15.6 Transmitter Activated by Dry Contacts This section describes the connection of a UL 864 listed remote station transmitter to the 6808 FACP dry contacts. The FACP contacts must be supervised by the remote station transmitter module using end-of-line resistors (ELRs) with a value determined by the transmit- ter manufacturer.
  • Page 58: Section 5: Common Communication Link

    5.1 Hardware Features The 6808 panel can be connected to other 6808 and addressable panels to create a link where one panel is designated as the communica- tor for all the panels in the link. Up to 17 panels can be connected in the Common Communications Link. This does not create a peer-to- peer network and will not operate as one.
  • Page 59: Sk-nic Wiring Options

    Linking a group of 6808s requires the use of a SK-NIC, network interface card with each panel. The SK-NIC connects to other linked units using unshielded, twisted-pair wiring or fiber-optic cable. Figure 5.3 SK-NIC Network Interface Card 6808 Manual — P/N LS10146-001SK-E:C 09/28/2017...
  • Page 60: 1: Fiber Loop Modules

    SK-NIC can be mounted within the 6808 cabinet or in the SK-NIC-KIT accessory cabinet. The SK-NIC-KIT includes the SK-NIC, cab- inet with door, cable, & mounting hardware. The accessory kits are available if you want to install the SK-NIC outside of the 6808 cabi- net.
  • Page 61 A wiring method. A combination of both medium types can be used. See Figure 5.7, Figure 5.8, Figure 5.9, and Figure 5.10 for SK- NIC wiring examples.  To mount the SK-NIC remotely: Follow the steps above except, The 6-pin cable that runs from the SK-NIC to the 6808 must be run in conduit. See Figure 5.1. 6808 Manual — P/N LS10146-001SK-E:C 09/28/2017...
  • Page 62: Unshielded Twisted Pair Wiring Between Multiple Panels

    Unshielded Twisted Pair Wiring between Multiple Panels Unshielded twisted pair wiring between multiple panels is shown in Figure 5.7. Class A wiring is shown with a dotted line. Class A Wiring Figure 5.7 Twisted Pair Wiring Configuration 6808 Manual — P/N LS10146-001SK-E:C 09/28/2017...
  • Page 63: Fiber Optic Multi-mode Wiring Between Multiple Panels

    Fiber Optic Multi-Mode Wiring between Multiple Panels Fiber optic cable between multiple panels is shown in Figure 5.8. Class A is shown with a dotted line. Class A Wiring Figure 5.8 Fiber Optic Wiring Example 6808 Manual — P/N LS10146-001SK-E:C 09/28/2017...
  • Page 64 Common Communication Link Class A Wiring Figure 5.9 Fiber Optic Wiring Single-Mode Example 6808 Manual — P/N LS10146-001SK-E:C 09/28/2017...
  • Page 65: Fiber Optic And Twisted Pair Wiring Between Multiple Panels

    A mixture of fiber optic cable and twisted pair wiring between multiple panels is shown in Figure 5.10. Class A cabling is shown with dotted line. Class A Wiring Figure 5.10 Twisted Pair and Fiber Optic Combination Wiring Example 6808 Manual — P/N LS10146-001SK-E:C 09/28/2017...
  • Page 66: Setting The Panel Id

    NOTE: It is important that much thought is given when choosing the panel IDs for each panel. It is difficult to change the IDs once panel programming has begun. The panel ID for each panel is set using DIP switch positions 1 through 5. See Figure 5.11 below for possible DIP switch settings. Figure 5.11 ID Settings 6808 Manual — P/N LS10146-001SK-E:C 09/28/2017...
  • Page 67 Common Communication Link 6808 Manual — P/N LS10146-001SK-E:C 09/28/2017...
  • Page 68: Section 6: Network Management

    This section of the manual describes how to program network options using the built-in annunciator. All options described in this section can be programmed using the HFSS Honeywell Fire Software Suite. To edit site assignments, HFSS must be utilized. 6.2.1 Learn Network The Learn Network menu shows you all of the panels connected to the network.
  • Page 69: 4: Computer Access

    6.2.4 Computer Access An installer at the panel site can initiate communications between the panel and a computer running the HFSS Honeywell Fire Software Suite (see also Section 8.2). In order for this communication to function properly, both the computer (running the software) and the con- trol panel must have matching computer access numbers and computer codes.
  • Page 70: Edit Name

    Receiver Configuration The 6808 communication link can report events to as many as 68 receivers. See Appendix C for panel/receiver relationship numbers. Each receiver is assigned reporting Credentials. When using a format that supports phone numbers, they can be up to forty digits long.
  • Page 71: Communicator Reporting Table

    Scroll down through the informational message and press ENTER to view the Select Source screen. Enter the installer code. The panel will automatically go to the main menu. Select 6 for Network Programming Menu. Select 8 for Sync Network Options. 6808 Manual — P/N LS10146-001SK-E:C 09/28/2017...
  • Page 72: Network Management Quick Reference

    “Installer Code”. This profile’s Disable/Enable Buffer user name and panel functions can not be edited. Point Status See Section 6.2.5. Set SLC Device Address SLC Single Device Locator SLC Multi-Device Locator I/O Point Control 6808 Manual — P/N LS10146-001SK-E:C 09/28/2017...
  • Page 73 Panel Report Alarms Report Supervisory Report Troubles Report Events by Point See Section , “Communicator Communicator Report Table Primary Receiver Reporting Table” Primary Account Test Primary Account Secondary Receiver Secondary Account Test Secondary Account 6808 Manual — P/N LS10146-001SK-E:C 09/28/2017...
  • Page 74: List Of Sk Slc Devices

    Photoelectric smoke detector with thermal (135°F) White I56-6530-00 SK-HEAT-W Fixed temperature thermal detector (135°F). White I56-6529-00 SK-HEAT-ROR-W Rate-of-rise thermal detector with 135° fixed temperature. White I56-6529-00 SK-HEAT-HT-W Fixed high temperature thermal detector (190°F). White I56-6529-00 Table 7.1 SK SLC Devices 6808 Manual — P/N LS10146-001SK-E:C 09/28/2017...
  • Page 75: Section 7: Sk, Sd And Swift™wireless Slc Device Installation

    Device support is as follows: • SK Devices–A 6808 system can support a total of 99 SK detectors and 99 SK modules. The SLC points can be all sensors or all modules or any combination of modules and sensors.
  • Page 76: 1: Sk Modules

    Table 7.3 SLC Wiring Requirements for SK modules Figure 7.1 and Figure 7.2 show how wire length is determines for out and back tap and T-Tap style wiring. Figure 7.1 Calculating wire run length for a simple out and back tap 6808 Manual — P/N LS10146-001SK-E:C 09/28/2017...
  • Page 77: 2: Wiring Slc In Class A Configuration

    NOTE: Style 6 does not use short circuit isolator devices NOTE: Style 7 requires an isolator module as the first device on the in and the out loop NOTE: No t-taps allowed on class A SLC loops Figure 7.3 Class A SLC Configuration 6808 Manual — P/N LS10146-001SK-E:C 09/28/2017...
  • Page 78: Addressing Sk Devices

    Figure 7.5 Heat and Smoke Detector Connection to the Panel. 7.8 Wiring SD SLC Detectors The information in this section applies to SD models. See Table 7.2 for list of detectors.  Wiring SD Detectors Wire device bases as shown in Figure 7.6. 6808 Manual — P/N LS10146-001SK-E:C 09/28/2017...
  • Page 79: Addressing Sd Slc Detectors

    3 - for Seq. Programming. Use to program more than one detector in sequential order. If you are changing addresses, write the programmed address on the back of the device. To exit press left arrow until fully exited. 6808 Manual — P/N LS10146-001SK-E:C 09/28/2017...
  • Page 80: 1: Slc Devices With Dip Switches

    7.10.1 Power Connections for the Gateway The SK-WGI Wireless Gateway acts as a bridge between a group of wireless fire devices and a SLC loop on the 6808. It is powered by the SLC loops or by a regulated, external 24 VDC UL listed power supply. For details about wireless devices, system setup, and opera- ™...
  • Page 81 SK, SD and SWIFT™Wireless SLC Device Installation 6808 Manual — P/N LS10146-001SK-E:C 09/28/2017...
  • Page 82: Section 8: Programming Overview

    A series of messages displays for the next several seconds. JumpStart scans the SLC loops for devices. This can take several minutes, depending on the number of devices attached. When the message “Configuring System Done” displays, press any key to continue. Select one of the following options from the menu that displays 6808 Manual — P/N LS10146-001SK-E:C 09/28/2017...
  • Page 83: Mapping Overview

    Figure 8.1 is a brief overview of the concept of mapping. The next several pages of the manual show these subjects in detail. Figure 8.1 Mapping Overview NOTE: Mapping cannot be programmed through annunciators and can only be programmed through HFSS Honeywell Fire Software Suite. 6808 Manual — P/N LS10146-001SK-E:C 09/28/2017...
  • Page 84: 1: Input Point Mapping

    Input points are assigned to input zones. Any input point can be assigned to any input zone. (Input points can be assigned to one zone only. An input point can be designated as “Unused,” which means it has not been assigned to a zone.) Figure 8.2 Input Point Assignment Example 6808 Manual — P/N LS10146-001SK-E:C 09/28/2017...
  • Page 85: 2: Output Circuit Mapping

    General Fire Supervisory (heat or smoke detectors) Zone Aux 1 Alarm General Fire Pre-Alarm Zone Aux 2 Alarm Interlock Alert Interlock Release Pre-Alarm Fire Supervisory Status Point CO Alarm CO Supervisory Table 8-1 Event Types 6808 Manual — P/N LS10146-001SK-E:C 09/28/2017...
  • Page 86 Phone Line Trouble F4 Key Active Reporting Account Trouble Printer Trouble Aux Power Trouble System Switch Trouble Output Group Trouble Table 8-1 Event Types Figure 8.4 Example of Zone Events Mapped to Output Groups and Patterns 6808 Manual — P/N LS10146-001SK-E:C 09/28/2017...
  • Page 87 Programming Overview Figure 8.5 Example of Zone Events Mapped to Output Groups and Patterns 6808 Manual — P/N LS10146-001SK-E:C 09/28/2017...
  • Page 88: 4: Mapping Led Points

    8.3 Programming Using the HFSS Software Suite You can use the HFSS Honeywell Fire Software Suite to program the control panel onsite (personnel will need to be onsite during the upload or download process). HFSS is a software package that lets you easily program the control panel using a Windows-based com- puter.
  • Page 89: 1: Entering / Exiting The Programming Menu

    The following subsections describe programming basics, including a description of editing keys available for programming and how to move through programming menus. Section 9 contains specific information about individual programming options. NOTE: Mapping cannot be programmed through the on-board and remote annunciators. Mapping is only available through HFSS Honeywell Fire Software Suite, up/downloading software.
  • Page 90: Programming Menu Quick Reference

    135° to Section , "Edit Zone 190°F Properties" Single/Multi- station 00-23 Cadence Zone Section , "Zone Single/Multi Accessory 00-23 Accessory Options" station Cadence Local Zone View Zone Points Select Zone to View Section 9.3.2 6808 Manual — P/N LS10146-001SK-E:C 09/28/2017...
  • Page 91 LATCH 1,2,3,4 SUPERVISO NON- DETECTOR LATCH SWITCH Select OUTPUT PT Group 1,2,3,4 AUX CONST NOTIF AUX RESET AUX DOOR Select OUTPUT PT Group 1,2,3,4 RELAY AUX RESET AUX DOOR 2-WIRE Select DETECTOR Smoke Zone 6808 Manual — P/N LS10146-001SK-E:C 09/28/2017...
  • Page 92 Accessory PHOT- SDR BAS HEAT RLY BAS I-SdrBa BEAM 1,2,3 LATCH SUP DET Same *Latch, NON-LATCH function as Non-Latch DETECTOR Accessory SDR BAS RLY BAS 1,2,4 ALARM/FIRE CO FIRE ALARM I-SdrBA (Intelligent Sounder Base) 6808 Manual — P/N LS10146-001SK-E:C 09/28/2017...
  • Page 93 Yes or No CIRCUIT NOTIF Internal Power Select Group OUTPUT and External Section 9.5.2 A NOTIF Super-vised Edit Name CONTROL Power Yes or No CIRCUIT CONSTANT AUX RESET AUX PWR Edit Name AUX DOOR AUX SYNC 6808 Manual — P/N LS10146-001SK-E:C 09/28/2017...
  • Page 94 4-WIRE DETECT SMOKE CO 4 WIRE Zone # 2-WIRE Edit Name SMOKE 4-WIRE DETECT SMOKE CO 4 WIRE UNUSED NOTIF Select 5880/5865 Enter Point # OUTPUT Section 9.5.3 NOTIF Group CONTROL Edit Name CIRCUIT 6808 Manual — P/N LS10146-001SK-E:C 09/28/2017...
  • Page 95 30 Minutes, 1 hr, Old Alarm Time 2 hrs, 4 hrs, 8 Minutes hrs, 12 hrs, 24hrs, none High Dialing *High Section , "Phone Line Normal Phone Line Gains" Gains Reporting Normal *Low High 6808 Manual — P/N LS10146-001SK-E:C 09/28/2017...
  • Page 96 1. Available on SLC Internal. 2. Available with SLC Family as SK. 3. Available with SLC Family as SD. 4. Requires wireless Gateway. 5. AUX SYNC setting is only applicable for the B200S Sounder Base. 6808 Manual — P/N LS10146-001SK-E:C 09/28/2017...
  • Page 97 Programming Overview 6808 Manual — P/N LS10146-001SK-E:C 09/28/2017...
  • Page 98: Section 9: Programming

    This section of the manual describes how to manually program the control panel from the built-in annunciator. Each subsection discusses these menu options in detail. All options described in this section can be performed using the HFSS Honeywell Fire Software Suite.
  • Page 99: Changing Module Options

    Up to 250 zones can be used in the system. 9.3.1 Edit Zone Features that can be edited through the edit zone option are zone name, zone properties (which includes, zone type, and detector sensitiv- ity), and zone accessory options. 6808 Manual — P/N LS10146-001SK-E:C 09/28/2017...
  • Page 100: Edit Zone Name

     Alarm Delay Characteristics The programmed zone type is provided for user reference only. To modify the zone type use the HFSS Honeywell Fire Software Suite. Table 9.1 list the delay choices and a description of each. Type of Delay Description One Count (No Delay).
  • Page 101: Zone Accessory Options

    9.4.1 Edit Group In the edit group option you can program the name of an output group (Section , "Edit Group Name") and change the properties (Section , "Edit Group Properties") of that group. 6808 Manual — P/N LS10146-001SK-E:C 09/28/2017...
  • Page 102: Edit Group Name

    You can use words to display a descriptive name for a group. NOTE: See Appendix B for editing names Right arrow to the OPG and select YES or NO to select which output groups to include in the template. 6808 Manual — P/N LS10146-001SK-E:C 09/28/2017...
  • Page 103: Point

    Detectors programmed as Supervisory can be latching or non- SUP FIRE latching. Non Latching Photo Wireless photoelectric detector W-DETECTOR Photo-Heat Wireless heat detector Heat Latching W-SUP-DET Same as W-Detector Non Latching Table 9.2 SLC Point Programming 6808 Manual — P/N LS10146-001SK-E:C 09/28/2017...
  • Page 104 Manual release switch, typically a pull station. ILOCK Interlock release switch input. CO DETECT SW CO Detector Switch CO SUPERVISORY DETECT SW CO Supervisory Detector Switch STATUS PT Status Point Switch Table 9.2 SLC Point Programming 6808 Manual — P/N LS10146-001SK-E:C 09/28/2017...
  • Page 105: 2: Point Programming For Internal Or External Power Module

    Select the function by pressing the up or down arrows, then press ENTER. Select the group by pressing the up or down arrows, then press ENTER. Edit point name, or press the right arrow to skip point name edit. See Section 9.5.2. 6808 Manual — P/N LS10146-001SK-E:C 09/28/2017...
  • Page 106: 3: Point Programming For 5880 And 5865 Modules

    Table 9.3 Menu Choices for Internal/External Power Module 9.5.3 Point Programming For 5880 and 5865 Modules To program 5880 or 5865 module points Enter the installer code. Select 7 for Program Menu. Press 4 to enter point menu. 6808 Manual — P/N LS10146-001SK-E:C 09/28/2017...
  • Page 107: System Options

    Enter the installer code. The panel will automatically go to the main menu. Select 7 for Panel Programming. Select 5 for System Options. From the next menu, select 1 for Communication Options. Select 2 for the phone Lines. 6808 Manual — P/N LS10146-001SK-E:C 09/28/2017...
  • Page 108 Number of Answer Rings This option is used in conjunction with HFSS Honeywell Fire Software Suite. Use this option to determine the number of rings before the panel answers a call from the computer. Range is 00-15 rings. This option is factory-programmed as 06 rings, which should be com- patible for most installations where the answering machine bypass feature is used.
  • Page 109: Edit Ethernet

    Answering Machine Bypass This option is used in conjunction with HFSS Honeywell Fire Software Suite. This feature ensures that an answering machine will not interfere with communication between the panel and the computer. If an answering machine is used at the panel site, enable this feature;...
  • Page 110: 2: Time Options

    NOTE: You must select 1-3 hours in UL central station installations and UL remote signaling installations. You can adjust the number of hours before a Low AC report will be sent to the central station. To program low AC report delay, follow these steps: 6808 Manual — P/N LS10146-001SK-E:C 09/28/2017...
  • Page 111: Change Ac Line Frequency

    The control panel has an automatic DST (Daylight Saving Time) adjustment feature. If this feature is not enabled (set to No), the Day- light Saving Time change is not made to the system clock. 6808 Manual — P/N LS10146-001SK-E:C 09/28/2017...
  • Page 112: Daylight Saving Time Start And End

    When word or sentence is complete press ENTER to move to line two of the custom banner. 9.6.6 SLC Family The 6808 supports the use of either SD protocol SLC devices or SK SLC devices. You must configure the 6808 to accept the protocol you are installing.
  • Page 113: Jumpstart Autoprogramming

    Enter the installer code. The panel will automatically go to the main menu. Select 7 for Panel Programming. Select 7 for Restore Defaults. Press the up or down arrow key to select YES or NO from the warning screen. Then press ENTER. 6808 Manual — P/N LS10146-001SK-E:C 09/28/2017...
  • Page 114: Section 10: System Operation

    10.2 Annunciator Description Figure 10.1 shows the annunciator that is part of the control panel board assembly. Figure 10.1 Control Panel Annunciator for 6808 10.2.1 LCD Displays The control panel LCD displays system messages, annunciates alarms, supervisories and troubles; provides status information; and prompts for input.
  • Page 115: 2: Banner

    Make changes in the fields on the screen. Use right arrow to move through the fields. Use the up or down arrow key to select options in the fields. When the date and time are correct, press ENTER. 10.4.2 Disable / Enable a Point Select 2 for Point Functions. Select 1 for Disable/Enable Point. 6808 Manual — P/N LS10146-001SK-E:C 09/28/2017...
  • Page 116: Disable / Enable Nacs By Template

    The panel can store up to 1000 events. When it reaches its 1000-event capacity, it will delete the oldest events to make room for the new events as they occur. In networked setups, each panel stores up to 1000 of its own events. When using HFSS Honeywell Fire Software Suite, all 1000 events from every panel in the network will be uploaded.
  • Page 117: 6: Conduct A Walk Test

    NOTE: Multi-Site displays do not allow for resetting multiple sites. Reset Communicator This options allows the user to Reset the Communicator. The LCD will display: “Resetting Communicator… Please Wait“ You will be returned to the Main Menu when the reset is complete. 6808 Manual — P/N LS10146-001SK-E:C 09/28/2017...
  • Page 118: 11: Check Detector Sensitivity Through Point Status

    A screen similar to those shown in Figure 10.3 will display. Figure 10.3 Checking Detector Sensitivity Compliance You can print detector status by uploading the detector status to and printing from HFSS Honeywell Fire Software Suite. 10.4.12 View Status of a Point From the Main Menu, select 2 for Point Functions.
  • Page 119: 14: System Information

    Send/Receive firmware updates The 6808 has the ability to be updated in the field. The latest 6808 Firmware Update Utility can be downloaded from the Silent Knight Web Site, www.silentknight.com. Once a panel has been updated using the Firmware Update Utility, you can use Send/Receive firmware updates to propagate the firmware to the other panels in the network.
  • Page 120 (or activate the key) to restore the panel to normal. Alarm CO detector goes into alarm. If more than 3 categories are active at a single time this screen will display. Table 10.1 Operation Mode Behavior 6808 Manual — P/N LS10146-001SK-E:C 09/28/2017...
  • Page 121 Press SILENCE and enter an access code (or activate the key) to silence the annunciator. Trouble Once the trouble condition has been fixed, the system will restore itself automatically. A trouble condition with a CO detector Table 10.1 Operation Mode Behavior 6808 Manual — P/N LS10146-001SK-E:C 09/28/2017...
  • Page 122: 1: Multi-site Annunciator And Multi-site User Access

    The 6808 menu disabled on a multi-site annunciator. Pressing the Right or Enter keys will bring you straight into event history for assigned sites. To get into the menu system, a multi-site user password must be entered and then a site must be selected from the site selection menu.
  • Page 123 System Operation When Single or Double Interlock Zone releasing is selected using the HFSS Honeywell Fire Software Suite, the software suite will auto- matically default the following system parameters: NOTE: The defaults created can be modified through programming if desired.
  • Page 124: 1: Single Interlock Zone Releasing

    If two or more addressable detectors, or a manual release switch activate, the “Alarm” and the “Release” outputs will activate and the “Pre-Alarm” output will deactivate. (Also refer to Table 10.3.) Inputs Output Results 1st Addressable Detector 2nd Addressable Detector Manual Release Station Table 10.3 Single Interlock Zone Operation 6808 Manual — P/N LS10146-001SK-E:C 09/28/2017...
  • Page 125: 2: Double Interlock Zone Releasing

    Manual Release Station Interlock/Pressure Switch Table 10.4 Double Interlock Zone Operation Reduce detector spacing to 0.7 times the linear spacing in accordance with NFPA 72. NOTE: Refer to Table 10.2 for approved releasing solenoids and ratings. 6808 Manual — P/N LS10146-001SK-E:C 09/28/2017...
  • Page 126: Smoke Alarm Verification

    When an F-Key is enabled, it activates its corresponding F-Key Active event. This is a status type event that can activate outputs without showing any status on annunciator displays. This should be used for ancillary purposes only. 6808 Manual — P/N LS10146-001SK-E:C 09/28/2017...
  • Page 127: 6: F-key Map Inhibit

    This option is programmable for each output group map through HFSS Honeywell Fire Software Suite. When an F-Key is active and a map in the system is set to be disable by Map Inhibit, the system will show a trouble event indicating it as such.
  • Page 128: Section 11: Reporting

    FKNN000000 F1 Mapping Inhibited 2001 FTNN002001 F1 Mapping Inhibited Restoral 2001 FJNN002001 F2 Mapping Inhibited 2002 FTNN002002 F2 Mapping Inhibited Restoral 2002 FJNN002002 F3 Mapping Inhibited 2003 FTNN002003 Table 11.3 : Reporting Formats Table 6808 Manual — P/N LS10146-001SK-E:C 09/28/2017...
  • Page 129 EMNN000103 Panel ID Repeater ground fault trouble re- 0103 ENNN000103 Panel ID store Repeater missing trouble 0100 EMNN000100 Panel ID Repeater missing trouble restore 0100 ENNN000100 Panel ID Table 11.3 : Reporting Formats Table 6808 Manual — P/N LS10146-001SK-E:C 09/28/2017...
  • Page 130 Detector trouble Zone # FTNN000ZZZ Zone # Detector trouble restore Zone # FJNN000ZZZ Zone # ECS Switch Trouble QTNN000000 ECS Switch Trouble Restore QJNN000000 ECS Supervisory/Tamper Alarm QSNN000000 Table 11.3 : Reporting Formats Table 6808 Manual — P/N LS10146-001SK-E:C 09/28/2017...
  • Page 131 Zone # FTNN000ZZZ Zone # trouble Supervisory/Tamper switch Zone # FJNN000ZZZ Zone # trouble restore System-based AUX1 switch alarm 1000 UANN001000 System-based AUX1 switch alarm 1000 UHNN001000 restore Table 11.3 : Reporting Formats Table 6808 Manual — P/N LS10146-001SK-E:C 09/28/2017...
  • Page 132 Auxiliary power Trouble pi Exp. ID FT Point # FTNNXXPPPP Exp. ID Point # Auxiliary power trouble restore pi Exp. ID FJ Point # FJNNXXPPPP Exp. ID Point # Table 11.3 : Reporting Formats Table 6808 Manual — P/N LS10146-001SK-E:C 09/28/2017...
  • Page 133 ECS NAC Trouble Restored pi Exp. ID QJ Point # QJNNXXPPPP Exp. ID Point # ECS Control Circuit Trouble pi Exp. ID QT Point # QTNNXXPPPP Exp. ID Point # Table 11.3 : Reporting Formats Table 6808 Manual — P/N LS10146-001SK-E:C 09/28/2017...
  • Page 134 Exp. ID FU Point # FUNNXXPPPP Exp. ID Point # Manual release switch trouble pi Exp. ID FT Point # FTNNXXPPPP Exp. ID Point # (Water Release Zone) Table 11.3 : Reporting Formats Table 6808 Manual — P/N LS10146-001SK-E:C 09/28/2017...
  • Page 135 Exp. ID UT Point # UTNNXXPPPP Exp. ID Point # trouble System-based AUX2 switch pi Exp. ID UJ Point # UJNNXXPPPP Exp. ID Point # trouble restore Table 11.3 : Reporting Formats Table 6808 Manual — P/N LS10146-001SK-E:C 09/28/2017...
  • Page 136 Water flow switch disabled pi Exp. ID SB Point # SBNNXXPPPP Exp. ID Point # Water flow switch enabled pi Exp. ID SU Point # SUNNXXPPPP Exp. ID Point # Table 11.3 : Reporting Formats Table 6808 Manual — P/N LS10146-001SK-E:C 09/28/2017...
  • Page 137: Sia / Panels Pi Modifier Reporting

    Panel ID is not sent in the SIA event parameters. For Example see Table 11.4: Event Fire Alarm-Zone Zone n/a97 EE-ZZ FA15 Fire Alarm-Zone Zone EE-Z Table 11.4: SIA- Panels - PI Modifier Reporting Examples 6808 Manual — P/N LS10146-001SK-E:C 09/28/2017...
  • Page 138: Sia - Panel Communicator

    Multiple events can be sent within a single event block. Events are separated by a “/” character. Event parameter can be a Zone, Point or Circuit Number. “pi” modifier event is not used. Panel can be set to report by either Point or Zone. 6808 Manual — P/N LS10146-001SK-E:C 09/28/2017...
  • Page 139 EE-PP-MM-ZZZZ FT22970200 Fire Trouble Zone EE-PP-MM-ZZZZ FT22970001 MM = 00 Fire Trouble-Nac Point Nac Circuit 7 EE-PP-MM-ZZZZ FT22980007 ZZZZ=Pt. # Fire Trouble-Nac Zone Nac Circuit 7 EE-PP-MM-ZZZZ FT22980007 ZZZZ=OPG # Table 11.5: SIA REPORTING EXAMPLES 6808 Manual — P/N LS10146-001SK-E:C 09/28/2017...
  • Page 140: Section 12: Testing And Troubleshooting

    This section of the manual offers suggestions for troubleshooting hardware problems. Please read this section if you encounter a problem when installing the control panel. If these suggestions do not solve your problem or if you encounter a problem that is not listed here, contact Honeywell Silent Knight Technical Support at 800-446-6444 for assistance. 12.1.1 Common Problems...
  • Page 141: Periodic Testing And Maintenance

    NOTE: Once you exit the system will resume normal operation 12.4.2 SLC Multi Locator This feature is the same as SLC Device Locator, except you can locate up to 8 devices on a single search. 6808 Manual — P/N LS10146-001SK-E:C 09/28/2017...
  • Page 142: 3: I/o Point Control

    NAC 4 - NAC 4 + SBUS - SBUS + SBUS A SBUS B SLC IN - SLC IN + SLC OUT - SLC OUT + Table 12.1 : Earth Ground Faults in Ohms 6808 Manual — P/N LS10146-001SK-E:C 09/28/2017...
  • Page 143 Testing and Troubleshooting 6808 Manual — P/N LS10146-001SK-E:C 09/28/2017...
  • Page 144: Section 13: Installation Records

    On-board On-board On-board On-board On-board On-board On-board On-board On-board On-board On-board On-board On-board On-board On-board On-board On-board On-board On-board On-board On-board On-board On-board On-board On-board On-board On-board On-board On-board Table 13.1 : Installation Record 6808 Manual — P/N LS10146-001SK-E:C 09/28/2017...
  • Page 145 On-board On-board On-board On-board On-board On-board On-board On-board On-board On-board On-board On-board On-board On-board On-board On-board On-board On-board On-board On-board On-board On-board On-board On-board On-board On-board On-board On-board On-board Table 13.1 : Installation Record 6808 Manual — P/N LS10146-001SK-E:C 09/28/2017...
  • Page 146: Appendix A: Compatible Devices

    H24R Horn S2415-FC Strobe S241575-FC Strobe S2430-FC Strobe 130-3117C Mini Horn 130-3147C Mini Horn BLV-6 Vibrating Bell BLV-10 Vibrating Bell BLVCH Vibrating Chime H12/24-FC Horn H12/24W-FC Horn H12/24K-FC Horn HC12/24-FC Horn Table 14: Compatible Notification Appliances 6808 P/N LS10146-001SK-E:C 09/28/2017...
  • Page 147 P2475W-FC Horn/Strobe P2475K-FC Horn/Strobe P24110-FC Horn/Strobe P24110W-FC Horn/Strobe P24110K-FC Horn/Strobe S2430W-FC Strobe S2430K-FC Strobe S2475-FC Strobe S2475W-FC Strobe S2475K-FC Strobe S24110-FC Strobe S24110W-FC Strobe S24110K-FC Strobe Horn Federal Signal VALS Horn/Strobe Table 14: Compatible Notification Appliances 6808 P/N LS10146-001SK-E:C 09/28/2017...
  • Page 148 Strobe GES3-24 Multi Candella Strobe GESR-24 Multi Candella Strobe GEH-24 Horn ST24-30 Strobe ST24-60 Strobe ST24-75 Strobe ST24-110 Strobe ST24-1575 Strobe Gentex (cont.) WGEC24-75W Weatherproof Horn/Strobe WGES24-75W Weatherproof Strobe WGMS-24-X Horn/Strobe Table 14: Compatible Notification Appliances 6808 P/N LS10146-001SK-E:C 09/28/2017...
  • Page 149 PC2WH-P 2-Wire Horn/Strobe High Candela P2RK 2-Wire Horn/Strobe PC2RK 2-Wire Horn/Strobe P2RHK 2-Wire Horn/Strobe High Candela PC2RHK 2-Wire Horn/Strobe High Candela 4-Wire Horn/Strobe PC4R 4-Wire Horn/Strobe P4RH 4-Wire Horn/Strobe High Candela Table 14: Compatible Notification Appliances 6808 P/N LS10146-001SK-E:C 09/28/2017...
  • Page 150 Strobe WHT Ceil CLR Lens 4x4 SGRL Strobe Red Wall 2x4 SGWL Strobe White Wall 2x4 P2RH-LF 2-Wire Low Frequency Sounder Strobe P2WH-LF 2-Wire Low Frequency Sounder Strobe HR-LF Low Frequency Sounder Table 14: Compatible Notification Appliances 6808 P/N LS10146-001SK-E:C 09/28/2017...
  • Page 151 AS-24MCCH Horn/Strobe Wheelock AS-24MCW Horn/Strobe AS-24MCWH Horn/Strobe ASWP-2475W Horn/Strobe Weatherproof ASWP-2475C Horn/Strobe Weatherproof ASWP-24MCWH Horn/Strobe ASWP-24MCCH Horn/Strobe CH-70 Chime CH-90 Chime CH70-241575W Chime/Strobe CH70-24MCW Chime/Strobe CH70-24MCWH Chime/Strobe CH90-24MCC Chime/Strobe CH90-24MCCH Chime/Strobe Table 14: Compatible Notification Appliances 6808 P/N LS10146-001SK-E:C 09/28/2017...
  • Page 152 Horn/Strobe ZNS-MCWH Horn/Strobe ZNS-24MCC Horn/Strobe ZNS-24MCCH Horn/Strobe RSS-121575W Strobe RSS-241575W Strobe RSS-24MCC Strobe RSS-24MCCR Strobe RSS-24MCCH Strobe RSS-24MCCHR Strobe RSS-24MCW Strobe RSS-24MCWH Strobe RSSP-121575W Strobe RSSP-241575W Strobe RSSR-2415W Strobe RSSR-2415C Strobe Table 14: Compatible Notification Appliances 6808 P/N LS10146-001SK-E:C 09/28/2017...
  • Page 153: A.1.1: Two Wire Detectors

    If too many smoke detectors are used on any zone, false alarms could occur. NOTE: Do not mix different models of detectors on any zone; false alarms could occur. NOTE: Control unit Smoke Reset Time must be programmed for a number greater than or equal to the maximum. 6808 P/N LS10146-001SK-E:C 09/28/2017...
  • Page 154 16 / loop 2451 (B401B) 16 / loop 2451TH (B401B) 16 / loop 2W-B 20 / loop 2WT-B 20 / loop 2WTA-B 1 / loop 2WTR-B 1 / loop Table 2: Compatible Two-Wire Smoke Detectors Style B 6808 P/N LS10146-001SK-E:C 09/28/2017...
  • Page 155: A.2: Four-wire Smoke Detectors/devices (ul Listed)

    Photo w/ Therm/Sounder/Relay System Sensor 4WITAR-B (12/24 Volt) Photo w/ Isolated Therm/Sounder/Relay System Sensor 2W-MOD2 Loop Test/Maintenance Mod. System Sensor RRS-MOD Reversing Relay/Sync Module System Sensor 6424 Projected Beam 28.4 Table 3: Compatible Four-Wire Smoke Detectors 6808 P/N LS10146-001SK-E:C 09/28/2017...
  • Page 156: A.3: Door Holders (ul Listed)

    Manufacturer Model Current (mA) Air Products & Controls, LTD MR-101/C MR-201/C PAM-1 PAM-2 PAM-SD System Sensor A77-716B PR-1 PR-2 PR-3 EOLR-1 R-10T R-14T R-20T R-24T R-10E R-14E R-20E R-24E Table 5: Compatible Relays 6808 P/N LS10146-001SK-E:C 09/28/2017...
  • Page 157: A.5: Compatible 520hz Signaling Speakers

    *F=FIRE, P=PLAIN, AL=ALERT, AG=AGENT, EV=EVAC, SP=FUEGO, PG=FOGO A.6 Compatible 520Hz Low Frequency Bases Model Number Description B200S-LF-WH / IV Low Frequency Intelligent Sounder Base B200SR-LF-WH / IV Low Frequency Intelligent Sounder Base Color Guide: -IV = Ivory color, -WH = White 6808 P/N LS10146-001SK-E:C 09/28/2017...
  • Page 158: Appendix B: Editing Text Using The Built-in Programmer

    Press 0 to space, then continue to next word using the same process. Press ENTER to accept. NOTE: After three seconds of no change, letter will automatically be accepted. Also pressing next number will automatically accept previous choice Figure B-1 Edit Name Example 6808 P/N LS10146-001SK-E:C 09/28/2017...
  • Page 159 6808 P/N LS10146-001SK-E:C 09/28/2017...
  • Page 160: Appendix C: Expanded Receiver/panel Relationship

    The available receiver number will correspond with what panel number you entered. Receiver numbers are populated based on panel number and audited to allow only the 4 appropriate receivers. See Section 6. Panel Available receiver numbers 6808 P/N LS10146-001SK-E:C 09/28/2017...
  • Page 161 6808 P/N LS10146-001SK-E:C 09/28/2017...
  • Page 162: Appendix D: Cadence Patterns

    Appendix D: Cadence Patterns The cadence patterns shown in below are available for use with the control panel. 6808 P/N LS10146-001SK-E:C 09/28/2017...
  • Page 163 6808 P/N LS10146-001SK-E:C 09/28/2017...
  • Page 164 Ensure the Ethernet cable is removed from the FACP when not being utilized for configuration or for reporting purposes. Security and Data Protection Communication Security - Level 1 Stored Data Security - Level 0 Physical Security - Level 1 Access Control Security - Level 1 6808 Manual –LS10146-001SK-EC 09/28/2017...
  • Page 165 6820 / 6820EVS Manual P/N LS10144-001SK-E:C 09/28/2017...
  • Page 166: Limited Warranty

    Products are date stamped at time of manufacture. The sole and exclusive obligation of Honeywell International Inc. is to repair or replace, at its option, free of charge for parts and labor, any part that is defective in materials or workmanship under normal use and service.
  • Page 167: Model 6808 Basic Operating Instructions

    Model 6808 Basic Operating Instructions These Instructions must be framed and displayed next to the 6808 panel in accordance with NFPA 72 fire code for Local Protected Fire Alarm Systems. Test the system in accordance to NFPA 72. Operation Task to Perform Silence Alarms and Press SILENCE then rotate the key or enter a code if prompted.
  • Page 170 Honeywell Silent Knight 12 Clintonville Road Northford, CT 06472-1610 203.484.7161 LS10146-001SK-E | Rev C | 10/17 www.silentknight.com ©May 29, 2018 Honeywell...

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