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FS720
Fire detection system
Commissioning
Maintenance
Troubleshooting
IP7
A6V10210416_j_en_--
2018-08-29
Building Technologies
Control Products and Systems

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  • Page 1 FS720 Fire detection system Commissioning Maintenance Troubleshooting Building Technologies A6V10210416_j_en_-- 2018-08-29 Control Products and Systems...
  • Page 2 Issued by: Siemens Switzerland Ltd. Building Technologies Division International Headquarters Theilerstrasse 1a CH-6300 Zug Tel. +41 58 724-2424 www.siemens.com/buildingtechnologies Edition: 2018-08-29 Document ID: A6V10210416_j_en_-- © Siemens Switzerland Ltd, 2008 2 | 178 Building Technologies A6V10210416_j_en_-- Fire Safety 2018-08-29...
  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Table of contents About this document ................9 Applicable documents ................11 Download center ..................11 Technical terms and abbreviations .............12 Revision history ..................13 Safety ....................17 Safety instructions ..................17 Safety regulations for the method of operation ...........18 Standards and directives complied with............20 Release Notes ...................21 Mounting / Installation .................
  • Page 4 A - Commissioning standalone 'Station' without PC .........38 Configuring the power supply ..............39 Entering customer texts using the Person Machine Interface...... 39 Setting detector parameter sets ..............40 B1 - Commissioning standalone 'Station' with PC, without pre-configuration ......................41 B2 - Commissioning standalone 'Station' with PC, with pre-configuration ...42 C- Commissioning networked 'Stations' ..........43 Adding a 'Station' to an existing 'Site' .............44...
  • Page 5 Detailed commissioning steps .............. 74 15.1 Preparing 'Station' for commissioning ............74 15.2 Preparing 'Station' for commissioning –without BDV installation ....75 15.3 Auto-configuring 'Station' ................75 15.4 Auto-configuring the detector line ...............76 15.5 Loading automatically created configuration to the PC .......77 15.6 Adapting configuration ................77 15.7 Converting a standalone station to a networked station ......78 15.8 Switch off ....................79 15.8.1...
  • Page 6 Commissioning security module (firewall) FN2009-A1 ......98 18.1 Installing Security Configuration Tool ............99 18.2 Selecting type and entering MAC address..........100 18.3 Entering network settings ................. 101 18.4 Creating IP service definitions ..............104 18.5 Creating firewall rules ................106 Commissioning the fire brigade periphery module FCI2001-D1 ....
  • Page 7 Maintenance ..................146 23.1 General ....................146 23.2 Testing ....................146 23.3 Testing and measuring instruments ............147 23.4 Preparatory work ..................147 23.5 Test system data ..................148 23.6 Testing the 'Station' .................149 23.7 Check the power supply ................150 23.8 Testing the printer ..................150 23.9 Calibrating lines ..................151 23.10 Checking 'Site' function ................151 23.11 Intervals for testing the system function............152...
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  • Page 9: About This Document

    Goal and purpose This document provides information and work steps for installing, commissioning, maintaining and repairing the fire detection system FS720. More information can be found in the corresponding documents under 'Applicable documents'. To understand this document, you must have complete knowledge of document A6V10210355.
  • Page 10 About this document Applicable documents Document identification The document ID is structured as follows: ID code Examples ID_ModificationIndex_Language_COUNTRY A6V10215123_a_de_DE -- = multilingual or international A6V10215123_a_en_-- A6V10315123_a_--_-- Date format The date format in the document corresponds to the recommendation of international standard ISO 8601 (format YYYY-MM-DD). Conventions for text marking Markups Special markups are shown in this document as follows:...
  • Page 11: Applicable Documents

    FS720 Fire Detection System, System Description A6V10210362 FS720 Fire Detection System, Planning A6V10210368 FS720 Fire Detection System, Product Data A6V10210390 FS720 Fire Detection System, Mounting / Installation A6V10210424 FS720 Fire Detection System, Configuration A6V10211076 FC72x/FT724, Fire Control Panel / Fire Terminal, Operation...
  • Page 12: Technical Terms And Abbreviations

    About this document Technical terms and abbreviations 1.3 Technical terms and abbreviations Term Explanation Alarm indicator Base data variant C-NET Addressed detector line Product version Maintenance and commissioning link 'MCP' Abbreviation for 'Manual call point' You will find details of further technical terms and abbreviations in the 'Glossary' chapter.
  • Page 13: Revision History

    About this document Revision history 1.4 Revision history The reference document's version applies to all languages into which the reference document is translated. The first edition of a language version or a country variant may, for example, be version 'd' instead of 'a' if the reference document is already this version. The table below shows this document's revision history: Version Edition date...
  • Page 14 About this document Revision history Version Edition date Brief description 2015-12-15 Edition for IP6 New: Converting a standalone station to a networked station Commissioning Ethernet switch (modular) FN2012-A1 Updating the FW of the FN2012-A1 Ethernet switch (modular) Freezing outputs Enabling frozen outputs Switching off, Safety during switch-off, Switching on Cyber security disclaimer Network parameters...
  • Page 15 About this document Revision history Version Edition date Brief description 2013-11-14 Edition for IP5 Change to date format according to ISO 8601 New: Standard gateway pre-configured for standalone stations Revised: Firmware update updated Replacing a device without Cerberus-Engineering-Tool CPR replaces CPD: The Construction Products Regulation (CPR 305/2011) replaces the previous Construction Products Directive (CPD 89/106).
  • Page 16 About this document Revision history Version Edition date Brief description 05.2009 Modifications for MP1XS 11.2008 First edition 16 | 178 Building Technologies A6V10210416_j_en_-- Fire Safety 2018-08-29...
  • Page 17: Safety

    Safety Safety instructions 2 Safety 2.1 Safety instructions The safety notices must be observed in order to protect people and property. The safety notices in this document contain the following elements: ● Symbol for danger ● Signal word ● Nature and origin of the danger ●...
  • Page 18: Safety Regulations For The Method Of Operation

    2.2 Safety regulations for the method of operation National standards, regulations and legislation Siemens products are developed and produced in compliance with the relevant European and international safety standards. Should additional national or local safety standards or legislation concerning the planning, mounting, installation,...
  • Page 19 Modifications to the system design and the products Modifications to the system and to individual products may lead to faults, malfunctioning and safety risks. Written confirmation must be obtained from Siemens and the corresponding safety bodies for modifications or additions. 19 | 178 A6V10210416_j_en_--...
  • Page 20: Standards And Directives Complied With

    Personal injury or damage to property caused by poor maintenance or lack of maintenance 2.3 Standards and directives complied with A list of the standards and directives complied with is available from your Siemens contact. 20 | 178 Building Technologies...
  • Page 21: Release Notes

    Safety Release Notes 2.4 Release Notes Limitations to the configuration or use of devices in a fire detection installation with a particular firmware version are possible. WARNING Limited or non-existent fire detection Personal injury and damage to property in the event of a fire. ●...
  • Page 22: Mounting / Installation

    Mounting / Installation Installing and checking the detector line 3 Mounting / Installation 3.1 Installing and checking the detector line You will find details on the technical term ↑ 'C-NET' in the chapter 'Glossary'. Most C-NET devices are installed on a base and can be changed with ease. The bases of ↑...
  • Page 23: Checking The Detector Line

    Mounting / Installation Mount and install 'Station' 3.1.3 Checking the detector line NOTICE Simultaneous connection of line tester and C-NET detector line to the control panel Damage to line tester or control panel ● Do not connect the line tester and the C-NET detector line to the control panel at the same time.
  • Page 24: Connectivity And Communication With 'Station

    ● The Windows firewall may prevent the PC connecting to the 'Station'. ● A functioning Ethernet connection between the Cerberus-Engineering-Tool on the PC and the FS720 control panels is required to update the firmware, for example. Setting Windows firewall ●...
  • Page 25: Windows 7 / Windows 8 / Windows 10

    Setting Windows firewall 4.1.2 Windows 7 / Windows 8 / Windows 10 There are different ways of setting up firewall rules in Windows 7/8/10. The following settings apply for Siemens PCs which use group guidelines controlled by the domain. NOTICE The following settings must be made under Local Security Policy.
  • Page 26: Network Parameters

    The new firewall rule is now configured. NOTICE Security vulnerability in operating system due to open ports Unauthorized access to your PC ● Deactivate the firewall rule configured above after the firmware update. 4.2 Network parameters Ports in FS720 Port number Transport Application Comment protocol protocol...
  • Page 27: Connecting The Pc To The Station

    Connectivity and communication with 'Station' Connecting the PC to the station 4.3 Connecting the PC to the station For most commissioning, maintenance and repair work a PC with installed Cerberus-Engineering-Tool is required. The figure below shows the connection between the PC and ↑ 'Station'. Figure 1: Rear panel of operating unit and PC Ethernet connection Required cable type: CAT 5, CAT 6, or CAT 7...
  • Page 28: Loading Data To The 'Station

    Connectivity and communication with 'Station' Loading data to the 'Station' 4.5 Loading data to the 'Station' Data is loaded from Cerberus-Engineering-Tool to the ↑ 'Station' when the following commands are performed. ● 'Initialize station' ● 'Download site' If you use a number of network cards on the PC, observe the information in the chapter 'IP settings for several network cards' in document A6V10210424.
  • Page 29 Connectivity and communication with 'Station' Initializing 'Station' Initialize 'Station' NOTICE Connection module (card cage) FCA2006-A1 defective or installed incorrectly Control panels identified incorrectly, e.g. FC726 identified as FC724. ● Check that the connection module (card cage) FCA2006-A1 is installed correctly. NOTICE Faulty initialization for networked station During initialization, the station must not be connected to the network or any other...
  • Page 30: Loading Configuration From The Pc To The Station

    Connectivity and communication with 'Station' Loading configuration from the PC to the station 4.7 Loading configuration from the PC to the station You can use the 'Download site' function to load the configuration of one ↑ 'Site' from the Cerberus-Engineering-Tool on the PC into the ↑ 'Station'. NOTICE Different network configuration in 'Cerberus-Engineering-Tool' and networked 'Site'...
  • Page 31 WARNING Activation of fire or smoke dampers If fire or smoke dampers are connected to the FS720 via an input/output module, they may be activated when the station is switched off or when the station or detector line is restarted.
  • Page 32: Loading Configuration From The Station To The Pc

    Connectivity and communication with 'Station' Loading configuration from the station to the PC 4.8 Loading configuration from the station to the PC The 'Upload site' function can be used to load the configuration of a ↑ 'Site' to Cerberus-Engineering-Tool on the PC. w The 'Site' is opened in Cerberus-Engineering-Tool.
  • Page 33 The progress is displayed in the 'Create backup embedded configuration' window. Backup file ● The backup file is saved in the following directory as standard: C:\ProgramData\Siemens\FX7230\[Softwareversion]\Sites\embeddedBackups ● The backup file has the following name: <'Site' name>_<backup counter>(_incomplete).fsc Example: Test_Site_007_incomplete.fsc –...
  • Page 34: Commissioning Overview

    Commissioning overview Commissioning variants 5 Commissioning overview The 'Stations' on the C-WEB, such as control panels FC722/FC724 and fire terminals FT724, are connected to the power supply and commissioned by the installation and commissioning personnel. ● Networked 'Stations' must only be commissioned with Cerberus-Engineering- Tool.
  • Page 35: Definition Of Terms

    Commissioning overview Definition of terms 5.2 Definition of terms ↑ Auto-configuration Auto-configuration is performed using a command on the ↑ Person Machine Interface. In this process, the C-NET devices are read in and a configuration created. There are two types of auto-configuration. ●...
  • Page 36: Standard Gateway

    Commissioning overview Standard gateway ↑ Stationary devices All devices apart from point detectors, e.g.: ● Manual call point ● Radio detector ● Input/output modules ● Alarm sounder ● ↑ Line separator ● ↑ Radio gateway ● ↑ Floor repeater terminal ●...
  • Page 37: Brief Instructions On Operating The 'Station

    Commissioning overview Brief instructions on operating the 'Station' 5.4 Brief instructions on operating the 'Station' Buttons Description Opens the main menu. = <MENU> <▲> and <▼> Navigation buttons for selecting the next or previous entry in a list. <◄> and <►> Navigation buttons for changing to a higher or lower level in the hierarchy.
  • Page 38: Commissioning Standalone 'Station' Without Pc

    A - Commissioning standalone 'Station' without PC License 6 A - Commissioning standalone 'Station' without PC The procedure in this chapter is only valid for ↑ standalone 'Stations'. In this commissioning variant, a ↑ 'Station' without a PC and a Cerberus- Engineering-Tool are commissioned.
  • Page 39: Configuring The Power Supply

    A - Commissioning standalone 'Station' without PC Configuring the power supply 6.1 Configuring the power supply If the ↑ 'Station' is equipped with a power supply and batteries, the power supply does not have to be configured. In all other cases the power supply must be configured.
  • Page 40: Setting Detector Parameter Sets

    A - Commissioning standalone 'Station' without PC Setting detector parameter sets 6.3 Setting detector parameter sets 1. Select 'Topology' > ↑ 'Detection tree' > ↑ 'Area' > ↑ 'Section' > ↑ 'Zone' > 'Detect.' in the main menu. 2. Press the 'More Options' ↑ softkey. 3.
  • Page 41: B1 - Commissioning Standalone 'Station' With Pc, Without Pre-Configuration

    B1 - Commissioning standalone 'Station' with PC, without pre-configuration 7 B1 - Commissioning standalone 'Station' with PC, without pre-configuration First auto-configure the 'Station' in this commissioning variant. Then adapt the ↑ auto-configuration manually in Cerberus-Engineering-Tool. The procedure in this chapter applies exclusively to ↑ standalone 'Stations' and is only valid for C-NET detector lines.
  • Page 42: B2 - Commissioning Standalone 'Station' With Pc, With Pre-Configuration

    B2 - Commissioning standalone 'Station' with PC, with pre-configuration 8 B2 - Commissioning standalone 'Station' with PC, with pre-configuration The procedure in this chapter is only valid for C-NET detector lines. In this commissioning variant, in Cerberus-Engineering-Tool, first manually configure a ↑ 'Site' up to 'Line' level. Then read in the C-NET devices and adapt the configuration manually in Cerberus-Engineering-Tool.
  • Page 43: Commissioning Networked 'Stations

    C- Commissioning networked 'Stations' 9 C- Commissioning networked 'Stations' You will find information on converting a ↑ standalone 'Station' to a networked 'Station' in chapter 'Converting a standalone station to a networked station [➙ 78]'. Prerequisites ● The ↑ detector lines and C-NET devices are installed. ●...
  • Page 44: Adding A 'Station' To An Existing 'Site

    Adding a 'Station' to an existing 'Site' 10 Adding a 'Station' to an existing 'Site' Prerequisites ● The ↑ detector lines and C-NET devices are installed. ● The acceptance test has been carried out for the detector lines. ● The ↑ 'Station' is installed, but the batteries are not connected yet. ●...
  • Page 45: Merging Two 'Sites

    Merging two 'Sites' Setting detector parameter sets 11 Merging two 'Sites' You can merge two ↑ 'Sites' to form one 'Site'. NOTICE Merging standalone 'Stations' You have to convert ↑ standalone 'Stations' to networked ↑ 'Stations' to combine 'Stations' into one 'Site'. You will find more information in chapter 'Converting a standalone station to a networked station [➙...
  • Page 46: Adding 'Site' B To 'Site' A

    Merging two 'Sites' Adding 'Site' B to 'Site' A 11.1 Adding 'Site' B to 'Site' A w ↑ 'Site' A is open in Cerberus-Engineering-Tool. 1. Select 'Edit' > 'Merge sites'. a The 'Merge sites' wizard opens. 2. Enter the path and name of 'Site' B that you would like to merge with 'Site' A. 3.
  • Page 47: Changing And Expanding The Fdnet/C-Net Detector Line

    Changing and expanding the FDnet/C-NET detector line Extending the detector line to include additional devices 12 Changing and expanding the FDnet/C-NET detector line 12.1 Extending the detector line to include additional devices NOTICE Incorrect assignment between detector/detector zone and customer text Inaccurate messages in the event of an alarm ●...
  • Page 48: Configure A New Device

    Changing and expanding the FDnet/C-NET detector line Replacing stationary devices of the same type 12.1.2 Configure a new device 1. Extend the configuration in Cerberus-Engineering-Tool, e.g., in the ↑ 'Detection tree'. 2. Allocate the read-in devices to the elements of the detection tree or the control tree in Cerberus-Engineering-Tool.
  • Page 49: Permanently Removing Stationary Devices

    Changing and expanding the FDnet/C-NET detector line Permanently removing stationary devices 12.3 Permanently removing stationary devices You will find additional information about the individual steps on the specified pages. 1. Switch the C-NET detector line off. Link [➙ 79] 2. Remove the C-NET devices. Link [➙ 82] 3.
  • Page 50 Changing and expanding the FDnet/C-NET detector line Removing or replacing non-stationary devices 3. Re-insert the C-NET device in the C-NET in the same, previous position. 4. Acknowledge the 'Fault'. a If this 'Fault' is no longer displayed, the control panel updates the settings of the re-inserted C-NET device.
  • Page 51: Base Without Loop Contact

    Changing and expanding the FDnet/C-NET detector line Removing or replacing non-stationary devices 12.4.1.3 Replacing non-stationary devices of different types You will find additional information about the individual steps on the specified pages. 1. Remove the C-NET device from its base. a The ↑...
  • Page 52 Changing and expanding the FDnet/C-NET detector line Removing or replacing non-stationary devices 12.4.2.1 Temporarily removing an individual non-stationary device Instances may arise when a C-NET device has to be temporarily removed from the base. Afterwards the same device must be re-inserted at exactly the same place in the C-NET.
  • Page 53 Changing and expanding the FDnet/C-NET detector line Removing or replacing non-stationary devices 12.4.2.3 Replacing a non-stationary device of a different type You will find additional information about the individual steps on the specified pages. 1. Switch the C-NET detector line off. Link [➙ 79] 2.
  • Page 54: Temporarily Removing Multiple Non-Stationary Devices

    Changing and expanding the FDnet/C-NET detector line Removing or replacing non-stationary devices 12.4.3 Temporarily removing multiple non-stationary devices The procedure in this chapter applies both for the base with loop contact and the base without loop contact. For the purpose of painting work, it may be necessary to temporarily remove the C- NET devices in a room.
  • Page 55: Replacing 'Manual Call Point' Of The Same Type

    Changing and expanding the FDnet/C-NET detector line Replacing 'Manual call point' of the same type 12.5 Replacing 'Manual call point' of the same type NOTICE Incorrect assignment between detector/detector zone and customer text Inaccurate messages in the event of an alarm ●...
  • Page 56: Switching Off Replace Mode

    Changing and expanding the FDnet/C-NET detector line Convert two stubs into a loop 12.5.2 Switching off replace mode 1. Select 'Functions' > 'All functions' > 'Detector' in the main menu. 2. Enter the zone address in 'Zone' and press <ok>. 3.
  • Page 57: Connecting A Sub-Stub To A Loop

    Changing and expanding the FDnet/C-NET detector line Connecting a sub-stub to a loop 12.7 Connecting a sub-stub to a loop You will find additional information about the individual steps on the specified pages. 1. Switch the C-NET detector line off. Link [➙ 79] 2.
  • Page 58: Calibrating An Fdnet/C-Net Detector Line

    Calibrating an FDnet/C-NET detector line Connecting a sub-stub to a loop 13 Calibrating an FDnet/C-NET detector line General WARNING Impermissible line configuration An impermissible line configuration can cause the alarm devices connected to this line to be supplied with insufficient power in the event of a fire. This prevents the alarm from sounding in the corresponding parts of a building.
  • Page 59: Automatic Line Calibration

    Calibrating an FDnet/C-NET detector line Automatic line calibration Calibration modes Parameters Value Description 'Line calibration mode' 'Automatic without manual recalibration' Calibration of the selected line takes place automatically each time the line card is restarted if a setting relevant to power consumption has been adjusted.
  • Page 60: Manual Line Calibration

    Calibrating an FDnet/C-NET detector line Manual line calibration 13.2 Manual line calibration Calibrate a line manually on the 'PMI' in the following cases if automatic line calibration is deactivated in the configuration of the line: ● The line topology has been changed. ●...
  • Page 61: Calibration Report

    Calibrating an FDnet/C-NET detector line Calibration report 13.3 Calibration report The calibration report contains the main measurement results or the calibration figures for a line calculated from these results. Displaying the calibration report on the 'PMI' w Required access level: 3 1.
  • Page 62 Calibrating an FDnet/C-NET detector line Calibration report Figures and calculation variables In the following section, you will find the main figures and calculation variables needed to understand and interpret the calibration report. Line calibration for lines with a stub topology has a reduced functional scope as certain calculation variables cannot be measured.
  • Page 63 Calibrating an FDnet/C-NET detector line Calibration report Entries in the calibration report Possible content* Description Entry in the calibration report Header: Line 1/2/1 Information on the line created for the calibration report. ReportCalibration 2018-04-24 10:11:12 1. Calibration status Line 1/2/1 UNCALIBRATED The entry indicates the calibration status for the line.
  • Page 64 Calibrating an FDnet/C-NET detector line Calibration report Possible content* Description Entry in the calibration report Loop 1_1/1_2 4. Power consumption of The entry indicates the calculated value the line (nominal) for the nominal power consumption of Line 1/2/1 PASS Inom = 500 mA the line.
  • Page 65 Calibrating an FDnet/C-NET detector line Calibration report Possible content* Description Entry in the calibration report FDS227 - RR 10th to max. 252nd Entries 10 to max. 252 show the Voltage drop on the calculated voltage drop on each 'Voice Device 1/2/1/1 PASS U = 23.4 V individual 'Voice alarm alarm sounder beacon/Voice al.
  • Page 66: Troubleshooting

    Calibrating an FDnet/C-NET detector line Troubleshooting 13.4 Troubleshooting Troubleshooting during line calibration The following table lists options for troubleshooting for possible fault entries in the calibration report: Entry in the calibration Content* Troubleshooting report 1. Calibration status Line 1/2/1 CALIBRATED - FAIL The last calibration of the line failed.
  • Page 67 Calibrating an FDnet/C-NET detector line Troubleshooting Content* Troubleshooting Entry in the calibration report Loop 1_1/1_2 4. Power consumption of The calculated nominal power the line (nominal) consumption for the line is above 0.5 A. Line 1/2/1 FAIL Inom = 680 mA ●...
  • Page 68 Calibrating an FDnet/C-NET detector line Troubleshooting Content* Troubleshooting Entry in the calibration report Loop 1_1/1_2 9. Tolerance of the line The calculated difference to the current resistance line resistance is ≤0 Ω. In an alarm Line 1/2/1 FAIL ..dRmax = - 2.1 scenario, individual devices may fail if a cable break occurs at the same time and/or a thermal drift increases the line...
  • Page 69 Calibrating an FDnet/C-NET detector line Troubleshooting See also 2 Manual line calibration [➙ 60] 69 | 178 A6V10210416_j_en_-- Building Technologies Fire Safety 2018-08-29...
  • Page 70: Commissioning A Control Panel With Integrated Extinguishing

    Commissioning a control panel with integrated extinguishing Troubleshooting 14 Commissioning a control panel with integrated extinguishing Prerequisites ● The fire control panel is installed, but the batteries are not connected yet. ● The cables for the extinguishing components, the ↑ detector lines, and the line supply have been inserted in the integrated fire detector and extinguishing control panel but are not connected yet.
  • Page 71: Preparing The Control Panel With Integrated Extinguishing For Commissioning

    Commissioning a control panel with integrated extinguishing Preparing the control panel with integrated extinguishing for commissioning 14.1 Preparing the control panel with integrated extinguishing for commissioning 1. Connect the cables for the extinguishing components, ↑ detector lines, and the peripheral devices. 2.
  • Page 72: Calibrating Monitored Outputs

    Commissioning a control panel with integrated extinguishing Calibrating monitored outputs 14.2 Calibrating monitored outputs The monitored outputs on the extinguishing card are monitored for short-circuits and open lines. The lines' quiescent level can be imported and stored with a calibration function on the 'PMI' display. If a deviation from the quiescent value is detected, the control panel evaluates a short-circuit or an open line.
  • Page 73: Ce Marking

    On the form, cross the applicable features of the extinguishing system and enter the corresponding times. The following table shows an example for the CE marking: XXXX Siemens Switzerland Ltd, Building Technologies Gubelstrasse 22 6300 Zug, Switzerland XXXX-XXX-XXXXX EN 12094-1, electrical automatic control and time delay devices...
  • Page 74: Detailed Commissioning Steps

    Detailed commissioning steps Preparing 'Station' for commissioning 15 Detailed commissioning steps In the following chapters, you will find detailed commissioning steps that are referred to in several chapters. 15.1 Preparing 'Station' for commissioning 1. Connect the cables for the ↑ detector lines and the peripheral devices. 2.
  • Page 75: Preparing 'Station' For Commissioning -Without Bdv Installation

    Detailed commissioning steps Preparing 'Station' for commissioning –without BDV installation 15.2 Preparing 'Station' for commissioning –without BDV installation 1. Connect the cables for the ↑ detector lines and the peripheral devices. 2. Connect the power supply (mains and batteries). a The ↑ 'Station' starts and reads in the internal hardware. a During start-up, the 'FAULT' LED flashes and the display shows the progress.
  • Page 76: Auto-Configuring The Detector Line

    Detailed commissioning steps Auto-configuring the detector line 15.4 Auto-configuring the detector line NOTICE Incorrect order for reading in a loop, no isolation of second 'Line' Error when reading in a loop The C-NET detector lines are detected as ↑ stubs during the first system startup, e.g., 'Line' 11, 'Line' 12 (2-digit line number), even if they are connected as a ↑...
  • Page 77: Loading Automatically Created Configuration To The Pc

    Detailed commissioning steps Loading automatically created configuration to the PC 15.5 Loading automatically created configuration to the The description in this chapter only applies if a configuration has not yet been loaded to the 'Station' and if the ↑ BDV was installed at the 'Station' after the 'Station' was started for the first time.
  • Page 78: Converting A Standalone Station To A Networked Station

    The configuration for a ↑ 'Site' with a standalone 'Station' is loaded in Cerberus-Engineering-Tool. 1. Select the 'Network' task card. 2. Open 'Global system configuration' > 'FS720 network configuration' > 'Ethernet sub-net' in the tree structure. 3. Select 'Connections' to configure an Ethernet network.
  • Page 79: Switch Off

    Detailed commissioning steps Switch off 15.8 Switch off 15.8.1 Safety during switch-off WARNING System parts that have been switched off make it impossible to acquire and process alarms or faults! Fire may spread unhindered. ● Deploy staff to monitor the deactivated area. ●...
  • Page 80: Switch On Zone

    WARNING Activation of fire or smoke dampers If fire or smoke dampers are connected to the FS720 via an input/output module, they may be activated when the station is switched off or when the station or detector line is restarted.
  • Page 81: Freezing Outputs

    Detailed commissioning steps Freezing outputs 15.11 Freezing outputs You can freeze outputs with connected fire dampers to prevent them from being activated if the 'Station' or line is restarted or in the event of a module reset. A restart is required if a modified configuration is loaded to the 'Station'. Duration of freeze The output freeze lasts until the next restart or module reset.
  • Page 82: Read In Devices On Detector Line

    Detailed commissioning steps Read in devices on detector line 15.13 Read in devices on detector line NOTICE Incorrect order for reading in a loop Error when reading in a loop. The C-NET detector lines are detected as stubs during the first system start-up, e.g., 'Line' 11, 'Line' 12 (2-digit line number), even if they are connected as a loop.
  • Page 83: Delete The Device On Person Machine Interface

    Detailed commissioning steps Delete the device on Person Machine Interface 15.15 Delete the device on Person Machine Interface 1. Mark the corresponding device fault message. 2. Press the 'More Options' ↑ softkey. 3. Select the 'Show topology' menu item. a The ↑ logical channel is displayed. For some devices, 'Device' is displayed directly.
  • Page 84: Activate The Detector

    Detailed commissioning steps Switching on test mode 15.17.1 Activate the detector w DETECTOR TEST is switched on. 1. Activate all automatic 'Detectors' and 'Manual call points' using the corresponding tools. 2. Write down the sequence of the test activations. a The ↑ alarm indicator for the activated detector flashes at each test activation. a If an ↑...
  • Page 85: Switch On Normal Operation

    Detailed commissioning steps Switch on normal operation 15.19 Switch on normal operation There is a shortened procedure for switching individual 'Zones' to ↑ normal operation. The procedure is described in the following section: 'Switching 'Zone' to normal operation' Switching 'Area', 'Section' or 'Zone' to normal operation 1.
  • Page 86: Rectify Localization Errors

    Detailed commissioning steps Rectify localization errors 15.20 Rectify localization errors 1. Use 'Topology' > 'Hardware tree' > ↑ 'Station' > ↑ Line card > Detector line to select the corresponding ↑ detector line in the main menu. 2. Press the 'More Options' ↑ softkey and select 'Execute commands'. 3.
  • Page 87: Commissioning Ethernet Switch (Mm) Fn2008-A1

    This description focuses on correctly integrating the 'Ethernet switch (MM) FN2008-A1' in the fire detection installation. More information about the product can be found on the data carrier in the scope of supply and at the following address: http://support.automation.siemens.com (Manufacturer designation: Scalance X204-2) NOTICE...
  • Page 88: Install Primary Setup Tool

    Commissioning Ethernet switch (MM) FN2008-A1 Install Primary Setup Tool 16.1 Install Primary Setup Tool The 'Primary Setup Tool' software is included in the scope of supply for the FN2008-A1. Start 'Primary Setup Tool' installation. a Primary Setup Tool is installed. a The DLC and PROFINET RT protocols are installed.
  • Page 89: Configuring Fn2008-A1 Using Internet Browser

    No alarm in a fire. ● Change the preset password. ● Create a password as per the IT security requirements from Siemens; see chapter 'Password guidelines'. 1. Open the Internet browser and enter the FN2008-A1's IP address in the address field.
  • Page 90: Commissioning Ethernet Switch (Modular) Fn2012-A1

    Commissioning Ethernet switch (modular) FN2012-A1 Standalone FN2012-A1 17 Commissioning Ethernet switch (modular) FN2012-A1 Malfunctions during a partial upgrade Ethernet switch (modular) FN2012 is not compatible with Ethernet switch (MM) FN2008 and so may only be used in panels ≥MP6. See also 2 Updating the FW of Ethernet switch (modular) FN2012-A1 [➙...
  • Page 91 Commissioning Ethernet switch (modular) FN2012-A1 Standalone FN2012-A1 Rotary switch for device configuration An Ethernet switch that is not integrated in a station must be configured via the rotary switch. If the Ethernet switch is integrated, the rotary switch must be set to '0'.
  • Page 92: Fn2012-A1 Integrated Into Station

    Commissioning Ethernet switch (modular) FN2012-A1 FN2012-A1 integrated into station 17.2 FN2012-A1 integrated into station This description is for an FN2012-A1 that is connected to the station via a ribbon cable. You will find information on mounting and installing the FN2012-A1 in document A6V10210390.
  • Page 93: Fn2012-A1 Web Interface

    Commissioning Ethernet switch (modular) FN2012-A1 FN2012-A1 web interface 17.3 FN2012-A1 web interface 17.3.1 Commissioning a web interface WARNING Initial password not changed The security of the web interface is not guaranteed if you do not change the initial password. Network settings can be changed as a result of unauthorized access. Changed network settings can cause the fire detection system to malfunction.
  • Page 94: Changing The Ip Address

    Commissioning Ethernet switch (modular) FN2012-A1 FN2012-A1 web interface 17.3.2 Changing the IP address When commissioning a standalone FN2012-A1, you must pre-configure the IP address using the rotary switch. After that, you can assign an IP address to the FN2012-A1 that cannot be pre-configured with the rotary switch. Configuring the IP address manually w The rotary switch has been used to pre-configure an IP address for the FN2012-A1.
  • Page 95: Configuring The Redundancy Role

    Commissioning Ethernet switch (modular) FN2012-A1 FN2012-A1 web interface 17.3.3 Configuring the redundancy role Where an integrated FN2012-A1 is connected to the station, redundancy management must be configured in Engineering Tool. It cannot be configured in the web interface of the FN2012-A1. w The FN2012-A1 has a valid IP address within the sub-net.
  • Page 96: Activating Fault Monitoring For Local Ports

    3. For local ports P2 to P5, select the appropriate type of fault monitoring: 'None', 'Link up', or 'Link down'. – Activate 'Link down' monitoring for all the ports to which FS720 stations have been connected. Do not activate fault monitoring for local ports to which a management station has been connected.
  • Page 97: Restarting And Resetting The Fn2012-A1

    Commissioning Ethernet switch (modular) FN2012-A1 Restarting and resetting the FN2012-A1 17.4 Restarting and resetting the FN2012-A1 Via the web interface You can perform the following resets on the 'Product' tab: ● Restart device: Click on 'Reset device'. – The configuration is retained. ●...
  • Page 98: Commissioning Security Module (Firewall) Fn2009-A1

    (firewall) FN2009-A1' in the fire detection installation. More information about the product can be found on the data carrier in the scope of supply and at the following address: http://support.automation.siemens.com (Manufacturer designation: Scalance S612) A configuration is available via the localization manager. We recommend using the configuration and if necessary making system-specific adaptations.
  • Page 99: Installing Security Configuration Tool

    Commissioning security module (firewall) FN2009-A1 Installing Security Configuration Tool 18.1 Installing Security Configuration Tool The 'Security Configuration Tool' software is included in the scope of supply for the FN2009-A1. Install the 'Security Configuration Tool' software. a The software is installed in the standard path 'SIMATIC' > 'SCALANCE' > 'Security' >...
  • Page 100: Selecting Type And Entering Mac Address

    Commissioning security module (firewall) FN2009-A1 Selecting type and entering MAC address 18.2 Selecting type and entering MAC address The corresponding MAC address can be found on the front of the FN2009-A1. The FN2009-A1 is type S612V2. Preparation w The PC is connected to FN2009-A1. w 'Security Configuration Tool' is started.
  • Page 101: Entering Network Settings

    Commissioning security module (firewall) FN2009-A1 Entering network settings 18.3 Entering network settings w The network topology is known. w 'Advanced Mode' is selected. Enter the network settings in the following order: – External IP address 'IP Address ext.' – Routing mode 'Routing Mode' –...
  • Page 102 Commissioning security module (firewall) FN2009-A1 Entering network settings 2. Select the 'Routing Mode' tab. a The following entry mask is displayed: 3. Check the 'Routing active' checkbox. 4. Enter the following 'internal module IP address': 192.168.201.2. 5. Confirm input with 'OK'. a 'Internal sub-net mask' is automatically created.
  • Page 103 Commissioning security module (firewall) FN2009-A1 Entering network settings Loading the network settings to FN2009-A1 w MAC address is entered. w IP addresses are entered. 1. Highlight the FN2009-A1 module in the project. 2. Select the 'Transfer > 'To Module' menu. a The network settings are loaded to FN2009-A1.
  • Page 104: Creating Ip Service Definitions

    Commissioning security module (firewall) FN2009-A1 Creating IP service definitions 18.4 Creating IP service definitions NOTICE Different ↑ BACnet port settings in FN2009-A1 and Cerberus-Engineering-Tool No communication possible ● Configure the same BACnet port in FN2009-A1 and Cerberus-Engineering- Tool. 1. Open the 'Options' > 'IP Service Definitions' menu. a The 'IP Service Definitions' window is opened.
  • Page 105 Commissioning security module (firewall) FN2009-A1 Creating IP service definitions 7. Enter the two optional ICMP services required as shown in the figure below: – 'Name': ICMP0, 'Type': Echo Request, 'Code': No code – 'Name': ICMP1, 'Type': Echo Reply, 'Code': No code a Optional IP services are created.
  • Page 106: Creating Firewall Rules

    Commissioning security module (firewall) FN2009-A1 Creating firewall rules 18.5 Creating firewall rules w IP service definitions are created. w The network addresses are known. 1. Right-click on the module for which you want to create firewall rules. 2. Select 'Properties…'. a The 'Module Properties' window for the selected module is displayed.
  • Page 107 Commissioning security module (firewall) FN2009-A1 Creating firewall rules 6. Enter the required IP addresses. 7. Confirm input with 'OK'. a The firewall rules are created. Loading the firewall rules to FN2009-A1 w The firewall rules are created. 1. Highlight the FN2009-A1 module in the project. 2.
  • Page 108: Commissioning The Fire Brigade Periphery Module Fci2001-D1

    Commissioning the fire brigade periphery module FCI2001-D1 19 Commissioning the fire brigade periphery module FCI2001-D1 The fire brigade periphery module FCI2001-D1 monitors the monitored inputs and outputs for short-circuit and open line. The resistance values of the lines may be read in and stored at the push of a button.
  • Page 109: Commissioning Of I/O Card (Remote Transmission) Fci2007-A1 And I/O Card (Horn/Monitored) Fci2009-A1

    Commissioning of I/O card (remote transmission) FCI2007-A1 and I/O card (horn/monitored) FCI2009-A1 20 Commissioning of I/O card (remote transmission) FCI2007-A1 and I/O card (horn/monitored) FCI2009-A1 With the I/O card (remote transmission) FCI2007-A1 and I/O card (horn / monitored) FCI2009-A1, the monitored outputs are monitored for short-circuit and open line.
  • Page 110: Commissioning External Printer

    The external FUJITSU DL3750+ printer can be installed and commissioned using the operating manual. The operating manual is on the CD delivered with the printer. To operate the printer on the fire detection system FS720 settings that differ from the default values must be made in the following functions. ●...
  • Page 111 Commissioning external printer Function Value MENU 2 EMULATE DPL24C+ FONT COUR 10 QUALITY LETTER PITCH 10 CPI LINE SP 6 LPI CHAR-W NORMAL CHAR-H NORMAL ATTRIB NONE PAGE LG 11.0 IN LFT-END 1 COLM TOP-MRG 1 LINE LANGUAGE PAGE437 CHR-SET SET2 PRF-SKP NO-SKIP...
  • Page 112 Commissioning external printer Function Value ADJUST CNT-ORG 1 /6 IN CNTFINE 1 /180 CUT-ORG 1 /6 IN CUTFINE 1 /180 CNT-LFT 0 /90 CUT-LFT 0 /90 CUT-ADJ 0 /360 CNT-ADJ 0 /360 CNTADJL 0 /360 ==END== CONFIG TEAROFF AUTO TEARPOS VISIBLE TEAR-EN 4 SEC...
  • Page 113: Updating The Firmware

    Updating the firmware Preparation and security 22 Updating the firmware 22.1 Preparation and security WARNING Fire detection installation is deactivated during the firmware update Fire may spread unhindered. ● Supervision by people is required. ● Re-activate the fire detection installation as soon as possible. NOTICE Data loss during the firmware update Configuration data, event memory in the 'Station' and specific system data that is...
  • Page 114: Station: Updating The Fw Of The Main Cpu And Additional Cpus

    Updating the firmware Station: Updating the FW of the main CPU and additional CPUs ● The procedure for updating the firmware depends on the 'Station' configuration. A 'Station' can be configured as follows: – ↑ Standalone Station – ↑ SAFEDLINK Station –...
  • Page 115: Router Station And Ethernet Station

    Updating the firmware Station: Updating the FW of the main CPU and additional CPUs 22.2.2 Router station and Ethernet station You will find additional information about the individual steps on the specified pages. w You are familiar with the information in chapter 'Preparation and security [➙...
  • Page 116: Updating Several 'Stations' Simultaneously

    Updating the firmware Station: Updating the FW of the main CPU and additional CPUs 22.2.3 Updating several 'Stations' simultaneously You can update the firmware of max. eight networked 'Stations' simultaneously. The 'Stations' and the CPU cards must be connected to one another via C- WEB/LAN.
  • Page 117: Fw Update For Main Cpu And Additional Cpus

    Updating the firmware Station: Updating the FW of the main CPU and additional CPUs 22.2.4 FW update for main CPU and additional CPUs The procedure for updating the main CPU and additional CPUs depends on whether the PMI & mainboard FCM2004 or FCM2027 is used in the 'Station'. The procedures are described in the following chapters: ●...
  • Page 118 Updating the firmware Station: Updating the FW of the main CPU and additional CPUs Starting the firmware update at the 'Station' – FCM2004 1. Select 'Initiate update at station'. a The following window is opened: 2. Set the 'S38-2' switch to 'ON' on the rear of the operating unit. 3.
  • Page 119 Updating the firmware Station: Updating the FW of the main CPU and additional CPUs 4. Click on 'OK' in the 'Information' window. a The following window is opened: 5. Select 'Run in background' in order to run the firmware update in the background while continuing to work in Cerberus-Engineering-Tool.
  • Page 120 Updating the firmware Station: Updating the FW of the main CPU and additional CPUs 22.2.4.2 PMI & mainboard FCM2027 w You are familiar with the information in chapter 'Preparation and security [➙ 113]'. 1. Select 'Update' > 'FW update main and additional CPUs' from the menu bar. 2.
  • Page 121 Updating the firmware Station: Updating the FW of the main CPU and additional CPUs Starting the firmware update at the 'Station' – FCM2027 1. Select 'Initiate update at station'. a The following window is opened: 2. Keep the 'S32' button on the rear of the operating unit pressed and press <Acknowledge>...
  • Page 122 Updating the firmware Station: Updating the FW of the main CPU and additional CPUs 3. Click on 'OK' in the 'Information' window. a The following window is opened: 4. Select 'Run in background' in order to run the firmware update in the background while continuing to work in Cerberus-Engineering-Tool.
  • Page 123 Updating the firmware Station: Updating the FW of the main CPU and additional CPUs 4. Select 'Start'. a The following window is opened: 5. Confirm the firmware update with 'Yes' or reject the firmware update with 'No'. a The following window is opened: 6.
  • Page 124 Updating the firmware Station: Updating the FW of the main CPU and additional CPUs 7. Select 'Run in background' in order to run the firmware update in the background while continuing to work in Cerberus-Engineering-Tool. a The active firmware update is indicated by the symbol on the right- hand side of the status bar.
  • Page 125: Station: Updating The Fw Of The Additional Cpus Only

    Updating the firmware Station: Updating the FW of the additional CPUs only 22.3 Station: Updating the FW of the additional CPUs only If the ↑ 'Station' firmware is up to date and components have been changed, then it is only necessary to update the additional ↑ CPUs. The procedure for updating the firmware depends on the 'Station' function.
  • Page 126: Fw Update For Additional Cpus

    Updating the firmware Station: Updating the FW of the additional CPUs only 22.3.3 FW update for additional CPUs NOTICE Updating the firmware of the degraded mode module FN2001 If the firmware of the degraded mode module FN2001 has to be updated, it must be temporarily connected to the slot for the main module FN2001 (from slot X12 to X13).
  • Page 127: Update Only The Bdv

    Updating the firmware Update only the BDV 10. Press <Acknowledge> on the Person Machine Interface to switch off the 'Buzzer'. Do not perform any more actions on the 'Station' until the 'Buzzer' has sounded for the second time. 11. Click on 'Close' in the 'FW update additional CPUs' window. See also 2 Preparation and security [➙...
  • Page 128: Router Station And Ethernet Station

    Updating the firmware Converting the configuration 22.4.2 Router station and Ethernet station You will find additional information about the individual steps on the specified pages. w Familiarize yourself with the information in 'Preparation and security [➙ 113]'. 1. Import the new ↑ BDV into Cerberus-Engineering-Tool. –...
  • Page 129: Testing The Firmware Version Of The Additional Cpus

    Updating the firmware Testing the firmware version of the additional CPUs 22.6 Testing the firmware version of the additional CPUs If you have updated the firmware of the main CPU and the additional CPUs in a single step ('FW update main and additional CPUs'), you must then test the firmware version of the additional CPUs to ensure that the CPUs were updated correctly.
  • Page 130: Creating Diagnosis Report

    Updating the firmware Creating diagnosis report 22.7 Creating diagnosis report To update the firmware versions for the creation of the diagnosis report, the configuration data must be loaded in Cerberus-Engineering-Tool. w The configuration data for the ↑ 'Station' is loaded to Cerberus-Engineering- Tool.
  • Page 131: Mcl-Usb Adapter Fduz22X

    Updating the firmware Updating the FW of the peripheral devices 22.8.1 MCL-USB adapter FDUZ22x The firmware of the MCL-USB adapter FDUZ221 or the MCL-USB adapter (radio) FDUZ227 must be updated if a new firmware version is issued. Preparation w The driver for the MCL-USB adapter is installed on the PC. 1.
  • Page 132: Floor Repeater Terminal Ft2010

    Updating the firmware Updating the FW of the peripheral devices 22.8.2 Floor repeater terminal FT2010 WARNING Incorrect assignment between detector/detector zone and customer text Misleading messages in the event of an alarm ● Never change the wiring during the firmware update. The firmware must be updated individually for each ↑...
  • Page 133 Updating the firmware Updating the FW of the peripheral devices Updating the firmware Check the COM port setting under 'Options' > 'Preferences' > 'Periphery update' before performing the firmware update. 1. Select 'Update' > 'Periphery update wizard'. 2. In the 'Password check' window, enter the password '12345678' and click on the 'Next' button.
  • Page 134: Floor Repeater Display Ft2011

    Updating the firmware Updating the FW of the peripheral devices 22.8.3 Floor repeater display FT2011 WARNING Incorrect assignment between detector/detector zone and customer text Misleading messages in the event of an alarm ● Never change the wiring during the firmware update. The firmware must be updated individually for each ↑...
  • Page 135 Updating the firmware Updating the FW of the peripheral devices Updating the firmware Check the COM port setting under 'Options' > 'Preferences' > 'Periphery update' before performing the firmware update. 1. Select 'Update' > 'Periphery update wizard'. 2. In the 'Password check' window, enter the password '12345678' and click on the 'Next' button.
  • Page 136: Mimic Display Driver Ft2001-A1

    Updating the firmware Updating the FW of the peripheral devices 22.8.4 Mimic display driver FT2001-A1 WARNING Incorrect assignment between detector/detector zone and customer text Misleading messages in the event of an alarm ● Never change the wiring during the firmware update. The firmware must be updated individually for each mimic display driver.
  • Page 137 Updating the firmware Updating the FW of the peripheral devices Updating the firmware Check the COM port setting under 'Options' > 'Preferences' > 'Periphery update' before performing the firmware update. 1. Select 'Update' > 'Periphery update wizard'. 2. In the 'Password check' window, enter the password '12345678' and click on the 'Next' button.
  • Page 138: Radio Gateway Fdcw221

    Updating the firmware Updating the FW of the peripheral devices Manually setting device to update mode Proceed as follows if you are prompted to manually set the device to update mode in step 3: 1. Set the DIP switch S200-1 to 'ON'. a The device is set to update mode.
  • Page 139: Line Tester Fdul221

    Updating the firmware Updating the FW of the peripheral devices 22.8.6 Line tester FDUL221 This chapter relates to the line tester FDUL221, device version with USB connection or MC link connection, order no. A5Q00022100. Preparation 1. Save the latest firmware file on your PC. 2.
  • Page 140 Updating the firmware Updating the FW of the peripheral devices Updating the firmware Check the COM port setting under 'Options' > 'Preferences' > 'Periphery update' before performing the firmware update. 1. Select 'Update' > 'Periphery update wizard'. 2. In the 'Password check' window, enter the password '12345678' and click on the 'Next' button.
  • Page 141: Line Tester With Serial Interface Fdul221

    Updating the firmware Updating the FW of the peripheral devices 22.8.7 Line tester with serial interface FDUL221 This chapter relates to the line tester FDUL221, device version with RS232 connection, order no. up to A5Q00004397 02. Preparation w The line tester is supplied via a mains adapter. w An RS232 port is available on the PC.
  • Page 142: Updating The Fw Of Ethernet Switch (Modular) Fn2012-A1

    Updating the firmware Updating the FW of Ethernet switch (modular) FN2012-A1 4. Press and hold down the '▲', '▼', and '√' buttons on the line tester and click on the 'Next' button in the Engineering Tool at the same time. 5.
  • Page 143 Updating the firmware Updating the FW of Ethernet switch (modular) FN2012-A1 Updating the firmware in the web interface w The FN2012-A1 has a valid IP address within the sub-net. w The PC has access to the FN2012-A1 / is located within the same sub-net as the FN2012-A1.
  • Page 144 Fatal FAULT ● Carry out a reset. If unsuccessful, there is a hardware fault. ● Replace Ethernet switch. Check whether other error messages are displayed in the FS720 system. Table 6: Troubleshooting 144 | 178 Building Technologies A6V10210416_j_en_-- Fire Safety...
  • Page 145: Fn2012-A1 Integrated Into Station

    Updating the firmware Updating the FW of Ethernet switch (modular) FN2012-A1 22.9.2 FN2012-A1 integrated into station w The FN2012-A1 is connected to the station via a ribbon cable. w The FN2012-A1 is connected to the sub-net via an Ethernet cable. w The FN2012-A1 has been created in the hardware tree in Engineering Tool or has been read in on the station.
  • Page 146: Maintenance

    Do not unnecessarily switch off the 'Site' or parts thereof for long periods of time. 23.2 Testing FS720 offers various test functions for efficient testing of devices and logical functions. Some test methods can be combined, others have to be carried out individually.
  • Page 147: Testing And Measuring Instruments

    Maintenance Testing and measuring instruments 23.3 Testing and measuring instruments The following table shows an overview of the test devices and measuring instruments used. Test Required auxiliaries Comment Universal measuring instrument Measuring ranges: Voltage, current and resistance measuring ● Voltage: AC/DC 1…500 V ●...
  • Page 148: Test System Data

    Maintenance Test system data 23.5 Test system data System test manual Ensure that the system test manual is available and up to date. Remote transmission Check that the phone numbers and the names of the remote transmission receivers are up to date. Data backup for 'Site' 1.
  • Page 149: Testing The 'Station

    Maintenance Testing the 'Station' 23.6 Testing the 'Station' Check the hardware ● Check the condition of the housing and the components. ● Check the fixture of screws, terminals and plug connections. ● Check that the batteries are not leaking (inspection). Check labeling Check that the inscription strips are correct and still easily legible.
  • Page 150: Check The Power Supply

    Maintenance Check the power supply 23.7 Check the power supply Check the current consumption 1. Measure the current consumption during 'Emergency power operation' and for alarms with the highest alarm level with local and global alarms. 2. Compare the measurement values with the calculation value for emergency current capacity.
  • Page 151: Calibrating Lines

    Maintenance Calibrating lines 23.9 Calibrating lines WARNING Impermissible line configuration An impermissible line configuration can cause the alarm devices connected to this line to be supplied with insufficient power in the event of a fire. This prevents the alarm from sounding in the corresponding parts of a building. This can cause serious injuries or death.
  • Page 152: Intervals For Testing The System Function

    Maintenance Intervals for testing the system function 23.11 Intervals for testing the system function 'Self test' of 'Detectors' The 'Self test' is an automatic performance check for FD720 'Detectors'. The function of the 'Detectors' must be checked regularly on site despite this. Detector inspection ●...
  • Page 153: Carrying Out Final Maintenance Work

    Maintenance Carrying out final maintenance work Function Activity Interval (years) ↑ Alarm organization Check the function of the delay times t1 and t2. Activate a global alarm with an 'Automatic detector' in the 'Unmanned operation' operation mode. Activate a local and global alarm by setting a 'Manual call point' to the 'Manned operation' and 'Unmanned operation' operation modes.
  • Page 154: Repair

    WARNING Activation of fire or smoke dampers If fire or smoke dampers are connected to the FS720 via an input/output module, they may be activated when the station is switched off or when the station or detector line is restarted.
  • Page 155: Spare Parts

    Repair Spare parts 24.2 Spare parts ● You will find details for ordering spare parts for 'Stations' in document A6V10227652. ● You will find details for ordering Detectors and accessories in document A6V10225323. See chapter 'Applicable documents'. See also 2 Applicable documents [➙ 11] 155 | 178 A6V10210416_j_en_-- Building Technologies...
  • Page 156: Fault Messages On The Person Machine Interface

    Repair Fault messages on the Person Machine Interface 24.3 Fault messages on the Person Machine Interface Figure 9: Fault messages on the Person Machine Interface The table below shows the causes and measures should a fault be displayed. LED flashes Cause What must be done FAULT...
  • Page 157: Fault Indicators On Components

    Repair Fault indicators on components 24.4 Fault indicators on components The components are equipped with LED indicating the status of the component. You will find the meaning of the indications in document A6V10210368. See chapter 'Applicable documents'. See also 2 Applicable documents [➙ 11] 24.5 Communication problems in networked systems Problem: You are unable to communicate with a ↑...
  • Page 158: Correcting Swapped Devices

    Repair Correcting swapped devices 24.6 Correcting swapped devices When non-stationary C-NET devices have been swapped over in their bases, e.g., while work is carried out, the 'Line' is not fault-free. The following message is shown on the display of the ↑ Person Machine Interface for each C-NET device that has been swapped over: ●...
  • Page 159: Correcting An Invalid Topology

    Repair Correcting an invalid topology 24.7 Correcting an invalid topology If the topology of a C-NET detector line is invalid, the error message 'Topology is invalid' is displayed after the ↑ detector line has been read in. The table below shows invalid topologies.
  • Page 160: Restart 'Station

    WARNING Activation of fire or smoke dampers If fire or smoke dampers are connected to the FS720 via an input/output module, they may be activated when the station is switched off or when the station or detector line is restarted.
  • Page 161: Resetting A Short-Circuit

    Repair Resetting a short-circuit With the 'S32' button w Switches S38-1 and S38-2 are set to the 'OFF' position on the PMI & mainboard FCM2004. On the PCB of the operating unit, press and hold down the 'S32' button for <2 s.
  • Page 162 Repair Resetting a short-circuit Figure 10: Resetting a short-circuit on an 'C-NET' detector line Resetting a short-circuit on the Person Machine Interface w A 'Short circuit' error is present on at least one 'C-NET' detector line. w Required access level: 2.2 1.
  • Page 163: Restoring Factory Setting On The 'Station

    Repair Restoring factory setting on the 'Station' 24.11 Restoring factory setting on the 'Station' There are the following ways in which to restore the factory setting on the ↑ 'Station': ● Via the menu on the display ● With the 'S32' button Via the menu on the display 1.
  • Page 164 Repair Restoring factory setting on the 'Station' PMI & mainboard FCM2027 1. NOTICE! Configuration will be deleted! Save the configuration data for the ↑ 'Station' before restoring the factory setting. WARNING! It is impossible to acquire and process alarms or faults without a site configuration! Keep the 'S32' button on the rear of the operating unit pressed and simultaneously press <Reset>...
  • Page 165: Fiber-Optic Network Module Fn2006 / Fn2007 Troubleshooting Steps

    Repair Fiber-optic network module FN2006 / FN2007 troubleshooting steps 24.12 Fiber-optic network module FN2006 / FN2007 troubleshooting steps Faults on a specific line can be located by referring to the LED indicators and the table below. The following fault scenarios are examples that relate to node1, line1 and node2, line2.
  • Page 166 Repair Fiber-optic network module FN2006 / FN2007 troubleshooting steps 1 Normal condition Node 2 Node 1 FN2006/FN2007 FN2006/FN2007 Link2 Link1 Line1 Line2 Fail1 Fail2 Fault example zone Fail2 Fail1 Line2 Line1 Link2 Link1 Power Power A1 B1 A2 B2 B1 A1 B2 A2 VsysA VsysA FN2001...
  • Page 167 Repair Fiber-optic network module FN2006 / FN2007 troubleshooting steps 3 Break in optical fibers Node 2 Node 1 FN2006/FN2007 FN2006/FN2007 Link2 Link1 Line1 Line2 Fail1 Fail2 Fail2 Fail1 Line2 Line1 Link2 Link1 Power Power A1 B1 A2 B2 B1 A1 B2 A2 VsysA VsysA FN2001...
  • Page 168 Repair Fiber-optic network module FN2006 / FN2007 troubleshooting steps 4 Energy supply interrupted Node 2 Node 1 FN2006/FN2007 FN2006/FN2007 Link2 Link1 Line1 Line2 Fail1 Fail2 Fail2 Fail1 Line2 Line1 Link2 Link1 Power Power A1 B1 A2 B2 B1 A1 B2 A2 VsysA VsysA FN2001...
  • Page 169 Repair Fiber-optic network module FN2006 / FN2007 troubleshooting steps 6 Line 1, A1/B1 connection wrong way round Node 2 Node 1 FN2006/FN2007 FN2006/FN2007 Link2 Link1 Line1 Line2 Fail1 Fail2 Fail2 Fail1 Line2 Line1 Link2 Link1 Power Power A1 B1 A2 B2 B1 A1 B2 A2 VsysA VsysA...
  • Page 170: Glossary

    Glossary Glossary Alarm device Element in the fire detection system for acoustic and/or visual alarming, e.g. alarm sounder, beacon. Alarm indicator Visual display to signal an alarm or pre-alarm. Alarm organization Covers all measures which are used for alarming, rescue, preventing a fire from spreading, fire fighting, and orientation in the event of a fire.
  • Page 171 Glossary Detector line Electrical connection between the detectors and the fire control panel. There are collective detector lines and addressed detector lines. Effect An impact caused by a control, e.g., activation of a hardware output or a command. Ethernet station Participants in the Ethernet sub-net without local connection for the PC.
  • Page 172 Participant in the SAFEDLINK sub-net for the connection between the SAFEDLINK sub-net and the Ethernet sub-net (FCnet/C-WEB/LAN) via the Ethernet switch (modular) FN2012-A1. SAFEDLINK Physical network of an FS20 / FS720 fire detection system with the network module (SAFEDLINK) and the network cable. SAFEDLINK station Participants in the SAFEDLINK sub-net with local connection for the PC.
  • Page 173 Glossary Station Unit for system control. Fire control panel or fire terminal. Stationary device Devices that are directly installed without a base, e.g. manual call points, input/output modules and alarm sounders or radio detectors. Stub Detector line which is only connected to the fire control panel on one side. In the event of an open line or short-circuit, it may no longer be possible for all fire detectors to communicate with the fire control panel.
  • Page 174: Index

    Index / Index Connecting a sub-stub to a loop FDnet/C-NET detector line ......57 Acceptance test ..........23 Connection to the station ........24 Access levels Connectivity ............ 24 Setting the PIN ..........86 Conversion ............ 128 Alarm counter ..........113 Configuration ..........
  • Page 175 Index / FN2009-A1 ............. 98 Entries in the calibration report FN2012-A1 Line calibration..........63 Integrated into station ........92 Error message Standalone ............. 90 'Topology is invalid' ........159 FT2001-A1 mimic display driver Ethernet switch Updating the firmware ........136 IP address ..........
  • Page 176 Index / Displaying the calibration report ...... 61 Power supply Entries in the calibration report ......63 Configuring ............. 39 Figures and calculation variables ....62 Testing ............150 General ............58 Pre-configuration Manual ........... 60, 151 Definition of terms ........... 35 Time ...............
  • Page 177 Index / Safety module (firewall) ........98 Test ............86, 151 Scalance X204 2 ..........87 Test intervals ......... 152, 152 Serial line tester Test mode ............84 Updating the firmware ........141 Detector ............84 Series number..........22 Exit ..............85 Set parameter set Test unit ............
  • Page 178 Issued by © Siemens Switzerland Ltd, 2008 Siemens Switzerland Ltd Technical specifications and availability subject to change without notice. Building Technologies Division International Headquarters Theilerstrasse 1a CH-6300 Zug +41 58 724 2424 www.siemens.com/buildingtechnologies Document ID: A6V10210416_j_en_-- FS720 Edition: 2018-08-29...