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FSX™ Fire and Flame Detectors
Model FS20X™ Series
FS20X UV/VIS/Dual IR
Standard Model
EN54 Model
User Manual
Multi-Spectrum Infrared/Ultraviolet Electro-Optical
Multi-Spectral Digital WideBand IR Sensor with Ultraviolet
Phototube Radiant Energy Fire and Flame Detector

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  • Page 1 FSX™ Fire and Flame Detectors Model FS20X™ Series FS20X UV/VIS/Dual IR Standard Model EN54 Model User Manual Multi-Spectrum Infrared/Ultraviolet Electro-Optical Multi-Spectral Digital WideBand IR Sensor with Ultraviolet Phototube Radiant Energy Fire and Flame Detector...
  • Page 2 In no event is Honeywell liable to anyone for any indirect, special or consequential damages. The information and specifications in this document are subject to change without notice.
  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Introduction ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 5 Restricted Materials Chart for China RoHS ����������������������������������������������������������� 5 WEER Directive Disposal Chart ����������������������������������������������������������������������������� 6 Safety Information �������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 6 Contacting Honeywell Analytics ���������������������������������������������������������������������������� 7 Principle of Operation �������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 9 Features and Benefits ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 10 Typical Applications �������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 11 Glossary ����������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������...
  • Page 4 FS20X Fire and Flame Detectors...
  • Page 5: Introduction

    Honeywell disclaims the implied warranties of merchantability and fitness for a particular purpose and makes no express warranties except as stated in its written agreement. In no event is Honeywell liable to anyone for any indirect, special, or consequential damages. The information and specifications in this document are subject to change without notice.
  • Page 6: Weer Directive Disposal Chart

    FS20X Fire and Flame Detectors WEER Directive Disposal Chart EU Directive 2012/19/EU: Waste Electrical and Electronic DIRECTIVA 2012/19/UE: Residuos de Aparatos Eléctricos Equipment (WEEE) y Electrónicos (RAEE) This symbol indicates that the product must not be disposed Este símbolo indica que el producto no puede ser desechado of as general industrial or domestic waste.
  • Page 7: Contacting Honeywell Analytics

    8604 Hegnau Switzerland +41 (0)44 943 4300 Freephone: 00800 333 222 44 gasdetection@honeywell.com Asia Pacific Honeywell Analytics Asia Pacific Co., Ltd. 7F SangAm IT Tower 434 Worldcup Buk-ro, Mapo-gu Seoul 03922 Korea +82 (0) 2 6909 0300 VOIP: +8 5401 0321 analytics.ap@honeywell.com...
  • Page 8 FS20X Fire and Flame Detectors Product Overview The model FS20X™ fire and flame detector senses the ultraviolet and wideband infrared radiant energy of blackbody particulate and molecular emissions generated by both hydrocarbon and non-hydrocarbon flames and fires. The wideband spectral radiant energy wavelengths sensed by its four sensors span approximately 0.185 to 0.26 microns and 0.7 microns to 3.5 microns.
  • Page 9: Principle Of Operation

    Built-in microprocessors use digital signal processing (DSP) to distinguish between radiant energy from a real fire and that from a false alarm source. Honeywell Analytics has developed and refined these complex proprietary and patented WideBand IR and UV algorithms for 30 years, beginning in 1981. These patented algorithms perform real-time DSP, and precisely analyze the signals in high-resolution frequency and time domains.
  • Page 10: Features And Benefits

    User can perform remote FS20X Detector diagnostics, real-time status, Real-Time Graphing (RTG™), SnapShot™ data recording, and downloading FirePics™ with Honeywell Analytics’ exclusive FSIM-2 USB Interface Unit and easy-to-use Windows-based PC Software. ● Designed to detect both hydrocarbon and non-hydrocarbon fires with a single FSX™...
  • Page 11: Typical Applications

    FS20X Fire and Flame Detectors Typical Applications ● Refineries ● Offshore drilling and production platforms ● Petrochemical plants ● Petroleum product pipelines and pumping stations ● Gas compressor buildings ● Gas collection facilities ● Gas processing plants ● Gas turbine enclosures ●...
  • Page 12: Glossary

    FS20X Fire and Flame Detectors Glossary Term Meaning algorithm a computational procedure cycling power turning the detector off and then powering it up again digital signal processing end-to-end test the complete system, from detection through suppression, is tested communications protocol used for transmitting data from a detector to FireBusII a Windows-based computer retrievable pre-fire data storage protocol, used for analysis and pos-...
  • Page 13: Product Variations

    Application 1 = General Applications Manufacturer´s Code 2 = Stadard Honeywell Analytics Dtector - Full Window FS20X-211-22-2 MultiBand IR plus UV detector, general applications with relays, 4-20mA output, FireBus II, 316 stainless steel enclosure with 3/4 NPT conduit entries, Class I, Divisions 1 & 2, Groups B, C & D, Class II, Groups E, F &...
  • Page 14 Test Lamps Some manufacturers claim that their detectors do not need remote testing with an external test lamp because it tests itself. Even though Honeywell Analytics detectors also perform “through-the-window” self-testing, Honeywell Analytics, in compliance with NFPA 72 codes, has developed portable test lamps for end-to-end remote testing.
  • Page 15: Field Of View Restrictor

    FS20X Fire and Flame Detectors Test lamp TL-2055 Model TL-2055 is designed for handheld testing of FSX detectors in hazardous locations. The test lamp, shown in Figure 4, is explosion-proof and carries Class I, Division 1 approval. It also is supplied with a universal, 110VAC/220VAC charger. Figure 4.
  • Page 16: Installation

    FS20X Fire and Flame Detectors Installation Installation Practices For installations in a Hazardous Classified Area, consult the National Electrical Code Handbook, articles 500 through 517 for the proper installation practices. For locations outside the United States, observe local and regional regulations. CAUTION The detector’s metal conduit plug by itself will not provide a weathertight seal.
  • Page 17 ● Consult Honeywell Analytics for dimensional information on flameproof joint specifications. ● Verify that the detector is securely mounted, its window is clean, and it has an unobstructed view of the area of coverage (see “Installation Practices”...
  • Page 18: Mounting Instructions

    FS20X Fire and Flame Detectors Mounting Instructions Consider the following guidelines when selecting a detector location: 1. Avoid areas containing radiant energy sources (e.g., radiant heaters, high intensity lamps, flare stacks, etc.) that would be near the detector’s field of view. 2.
  • Page 19 FS20X Fire and Flame Detectors Adaptor plate Mounting plate Figure 7. SM4 swivel mount 3. Provide the detector an unobstructed view of the threat area. Obstructions between the detector and a fire may prevent it from being detected. 4. Mount the detector in an area where temperatures will not exceed the specified operating temperature range (see “Environmental”...
  • Page 20: Opening The Detector

    FS20X Fire and Flame Detectors Opening the Detector CAUTION Use a wrist strap connected to earth ground and follow other static protection procedures when handling connectors and wiring the electronics module to the detector. N OT I C E Do not touch the sensor windows on the front of the detector’s electronics module (see Figure 10).
  • Page 21 FS20X Fire and Flame Detectors 2. Unscrew and remove the enclosure lid (Figure 12). Figure 12. Removing the enclosure lid 3. Loosen the electronic module’s three captive screws (Figure 13). Figure 13. Loosening the captive screws...
  • Page 22: Field Connectors

    FS20X Fire and Flame Detectors 4. Slide the module out of the enclosure base (Figure 14). Figure 14. Removing the electronics module Field Connectors There are two field connection options: 1. A removable ten-pin screw terminal connector (J2) for hardwired relay applications.
  • Page 23: User-Selectable Configuration Switches

    FS20X Fire and Flame Detectors User-selectable Configuration Switches 1. The ten-pin DIP switch (SW1) is used to select a unique digital address (128 choices). 2. The eight-pin DIP switch (SW2) is used to select the detector’s sensitivity and relay options. 3.
  • Page 24: Detector Connections

    FS20X Fire and Flame Detectors Detector Connections The electronics module has six-pin and ten-pin keyed, removable connectors with female screw terminal plugs. These connect to the two respective male connectors with analog, digital, and relay interfaces (see Figure 16). Use the ten-pin plug (J2) and connector for relay configurations.
  • Page 25: Wiring And Terminal Connections

    FS20X Fire and Flame Detectors Wiring and Terminal Connections Figure 17. Typical wiring for 4-20 mA (sourcing) analog output Figure 18. Typical wiring for 4-20 mA (sinking) analog output Notes: 1. The cable shield must be grounded at one end only, at the control panel. 2.
  • Page 26 FS20X Fire and Flame Detectors Figure 19. Typical relay output wiring for monitoring separate alarm and fault contacts Figure 20. Typical relay output wiring for monitoring alarm and fault contacts on a single two-wire input Notes: 1. The cable shield must be earth grounded at one end only, at the control panel. Coil and tape the cable shield at the detector end.
  • Page 27 FS20X Fire and Flame Detectors Figure 21. Recommended wiring configurations Changing Detector Settings 1. Verify that the external 24 VDC power is turned off before connecting the detector. 2. After applying 24 VDC power, after tests (i.e., butane lighter, FSC test lamp, or test fires), or after resetting the detector, wait at least thirty seconds to allow its sensors to normalize to the spectral background conditions.
  • Page 28: Start-Up And Commissioning

    After the detector is powered, thoroughly test is using a hand-held test lamp to ensure the detector has an unobstructed view of the threat area. Honeywell Analytics FSX detectors feature automatic electronics and internal software testing every three seconds. This includes a through-the-window test that verifies the cleanliness of the viewing window.
  • Page 29 “Test Lamps” on page 15. These are the only test lamps that can activate FSX detectors. Do not use them with other Honeywell Analytics detectors or with those of other manufacturers. 1. Disable the outputs (a full functional test includes activating the alarm outputs).
  • Page 30: Drawings

    FS20X Fire and Flame Detectors Drawings Dimensions Figure 22. FS20X dimensions Figure 23. SM4 outline and dimensions...
  • Page 31: Operation

    FS20X Fire and Flame Detectors Operation Configuring the Detector N OT I C E To activate changes to the settings using SW1, SW2, or SW3, reset the detector by cycling the 24 VDC power. DIP Switch SW1 The digital address for RS-485 communication can be set using positions 4 through 10 on DIP switch SW1, shown in Figure 24.
  • Page 32 FS20X Fire and Flame Detectors DIP Switch SW2 Figure 25. Eight-position DIP switch SW2 SW2 Configuration Default settings are highlighted in grey. Alarm Relay SW2-1 Latching Non-latching 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Sensitivity Levels SW2-2 SW2-3 Very High (4) High (3) Medium (2) Fault Relay...
  • Page 33 FS20X Fire and Flame Detectors Rotary Switch SW3 Figure 26. Ten-position rotary switch SW3. The detector has a variety of analog and RS-485 digital communication options. Analog and digital outputs are available in addition to relay outputs. Select from two analog outputs or two digital outputs using the ten-position rotary switch SW3.
  • Page 34: Led Status Indicators

    FS20X Fire and Flame Detectors LED Status Indicators The detector status is indicated by three LEDs: ● Green ● blinking (flashing) once every ten seconds indicates a normal, safe operational condition (i.e., no faults or alarms). ● off when no external input power is applied to the detector. ●...
  • Page 35: Alarm Condition

    FS20X Fire and Flame Detectors Alarm Condition When an alarm condition occurs, the red LED shown in Figure 28 will turn on. The factory setting for the auxiliary relay is 5 seconds. Figure 28. Red LED location Alarm condition outputs ●...
  • Page 36: Fault Conditions

    FS20X Fire and Flame Detectors Fault Conditions When a fault (trouble) condition occurs, the yellow LED will illuminate. See Figure 3-6 for the location of the Yellow LED. Figure 29. Yellow LED location Fault condition output Fault relay activation 4-20mA output 4-20 mA (sink) output 2 mA (self-test/window obscuration fault) 0 mA (all other faults)
  • Page 37: Maintenance

    However, a test of the entire fire detection system should be performed periodically, depending on the application. Additionally, semi-annual or quarterly testing should be performed with the appropriate Honeywell Analytics test lamp (TL-1055 or TL-2055) to ensure the integrity of the system.
  • Page 38: Specifications

    FS20X Fire and Flame Detectors Specifications Mechanical Description Value copper-free aluminum (red) Enclosure Materials 316 stainless steel Assembly 4.35 in. (110.49 mm) H × 4.81 in. (122.24 mm) Dia Dimensions Mounting holes ¼ in. (6.35 mm) Dia, 5½ in. (139.70 mm) center-to-center Conduit entries Two ¾...
  • Page 39: Environmental

    FS20X Fire and Flame Detectors Environmental Description Value Operating Temperature, -40° F to +185° F (-40° C to +85° C) Standard Operating Humidity Range 0 to 95% RH, 100% RH condensing for short periods of time Storage Temperature -67° F to +221° F (-55° C to +105° C) Performance Description Value...
  • Page 40: Additional Performance Specifications

    FS20X Fire and Flame Detectors Additional Performance Specifications Flame Response Sensitivity This table provides typical response times for various fuels: MultiBand IR plus UV Detector Typical Distance Response Location Fuel Fire Size (ft/m) Time (seconds) Acetylene 12 in (0.30 m) plume - medium flame 35/10.7 Acetylene 10 - 12 in (0.25 - 0.30 m) plume - lazy flame...
  • Page 41 FS20X Fire and Flame Detectors False Alarm Immunity The second column in this table shows the minimum distance at which a detector exposed to various false fire sources did not alarm or show any signs of instability. The third column shows the sensitivity to a one-foot square n-Heptane reference fire in the presence of those false fire sources.
  • Page 42: Hazardous Location Detector Markings

    FS20X Fire and Flame Detectors Hazardous Location Detector Markings Class I, Division 1, Groups A, B, C & D; Class II, Division 1 Groups E, F & G; Class III; Class I, Zone 1 AEx d /Ex d IIC Hazardous Locations. ATEX IECEx Certification Class I, Zone 1, Ex db IIC (T4-T6) and Ex tb IIIC (T4-T6).
  • Page 43: Warranty

    Honeywell Analytics, at its option, will repair or replace, at no charge detectors found to be defective during the warranty period they are returned in accordance with the terms of this warranty.
  • Page 44 8. Cosmetic damage to detectors’ surfaces that do not affect their operation. 9. Normal and customary wear and tear. Laws in the United States and other countries preserve for Honeywell Analytics certain exclusive rights for copyrighted Honeywell Analytics software and firmware, such as the exclusive rights to reproduce in copies and distribute copies of such software or firmware.
  • Page 45: Index

    J2 24 field connections 20, 22 J1 24 field of view 18 removable 24 operation 31 field of view restrictor 15 contacting Honeywell Analytics output FireBusII 33, 36 alarm conditions 35 fire sources, false 41 contacts analog 33 flameproof 17...
  • Page 46 FS20X Fire and Flame Detectors performance certifications terminal connections 25 terminal connector power-up 17 J1 22 principle of operation 5, 7, J2 22 9, 13 terminals 27 product variations 13 testing 28 quarterly 37 semi-annual 37 system 37 radiant energy sources 18 test lamp 14, 28, 29, 37 reference fire 41 TL-1055 14...
  • Page 48 1998M0902 Revision F © 2017-2018 Honeywell Analytics...