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Data and Installation
S-Quad
Sensor, Sounder, Speech & Strobe
These instructions are for the S-Quad product range. An
S-Quad product integrates dual angle smoke, heat and carbon
monoxide gas detection with electronic sounder, speech and
LED flasher (Strobe) in one assembly.
Product range
All LPCB approved Sensor STATES are
listed in the S-Quad Description and
commissioning information .
These products are not visual alarm devices and do not
meet EN 54-23.
Part number
Description
S4-720
Heat Sensor
S4-780
Heat Sensor &
Sounder
S4-720-ST-VO Heat Sensor, Speech
& Strobe
S4-715 #
Optical Sensor #
S4-710
Optical & Heat Sensor OH
S4-770
Optical & Heat Sensor
plus Sounder
S4-711
Dual Optical & Heat
Sensor
S4-771
Dual Optical & Heat
Sensor plus Sounder
S4-711-ST
Dual Optical & Heat
Sensor plus Strobe
S4-711-VO
Dual Optical & Heat
Sensor plus Speech
S4-711-ST-VO Dual Optical & Heat
Sensor plus Speech &
Strobe
S4-911
Dual Optical, Heat &
CO Sensor
S4-911-ST-VO Dual Optical, Heat &
CO Sensor plus
Speech & Strobe
# This 'Optical' Sensor is used in the Duct sensor.
4188-779 issue 10_12/13_S-Quad _Part 1
Associated products
S4-700
S4-FLUSH
805589
805580
S4-COVER-REMOVER Dust cover remover tool
805576
805573
General specification
Operating voltage
Weight
Dimensions
IP rating
Enclosure
Colour
Symbol
Approval
H
Storage Temperature
HS
HStSp
Ambient operating
temperature
O #
Relative Humidity
OHS
Heat (H) Standard
Optical (O) Standard
2
O
H
Dual Optical (O
Standard
2
O
HS
Sounder (S) Standard EN54 : Part 3 : 2002
Gas (CO) Standard *
2
O
HSt
Multi sensor standard CEA 4021: 2003-07
EN54-18 : 2005 - Input/Output devices
2
O
HSp
EN54-17 : 2005
2
O
HSpSt
- Short-circuit
isolator
(section 4.8)
2
data:
O
HCO
* The 'Gas' sensing is designed to meet the requirements
2
O
HCOSpSt
of LPS 1274 : issue 1.0
Information on minimum sound output levels to include polar
dispersion is covered in a technical note TECH7018.033,
available on request from manufacturer.
by Honeywell
S-Quad Base
Semi-Flush fixing kit
Sensor dust cover (50 pack)
Removal tool kit
(spare adaptor)
Label plate (10 pack)
Base IP43 Gasket (5 pack)
35V - 41V
110g (with base - 170g)
S4-720 only:88g (with base -
148g)
117mm diameter by 49.6mm
height (With base the height
increases to 63.8mm)
IP30
IP20 when mounted on a metal
back box
ABS
RAL 9010
LPCB approved
-20°C to +70°C (for S-Quad
with CO -20°C to +50°C)
-10°C to +50°C
95% non condensing
(+5°C to +45°C)
EN54 : Part 5 : 2002
EN54 : Part 7 : 2002
2
)
EN54 : Part 7 : 2002
LPS 1274
V
42V
I
max
C max
V
40V
I
nom
S max
V
24V
I
min
L max
V
16V
Z
SO max
C max
V
8V
SO min
0.4A
1A
20mA
0.16W
1

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  • Page 1 Data and Installation S-Quad by Honeywell Sensor, Sounder, Speech & Strobe Associated products S4-700 S-Quad Base S4-FLUSH Semi-Flush fixing kit 805589 Sensor dust cover (50 pack) 805580 Removal tool kit S4-COVER-REMOVER Dust cover remover tool (spare adaptor) 805576 Label plate (10 pack)
  • Page 2 Data and Installation S-Quad In - Out wiring to S-Quad bases Siting A S-Quad device plugs into a dedicated Base that is installed in the protected premises. The Bases should be sited in locations as defined by the project plans and by BS5839 : Part 1 : 2002. OUT5 OUT5 Do's and Don't...
  • Page 3 S-Quad Data and Installation To fit the dust cover using tool Tools Place the dust cover onto the tool inside the cradle. Offer the cover to the S-Quad, locate and push to fit it onto the assembly. An extractor tool allows removal and fitting of the S-Quad device Withdraw the tool when the dust cover is in place.
  • Page 4: Technical Data

    Gent by Honeywell reserves the right to revise this publication from time to time and make changes to the content hereof without obligation to notify any person of such revisions of changes.
  • Page 5 Description and Commissioning information S-Quad by Honeywell Sensor, Sounder, Speech & Strobe Base S-Quad Gasket (optional) Base label (optional) Base The base has terminals for external cables to allow it to be electrically connected to the panel loop circuit and to the monitored input or output circuit.
  • Page 6 Description & Commissioning S-Quad Single Optical Sensor Monitoring The optical sensing is performed in the optical chamber using Under normal conditions the S-Quads are monitored regularly transmitting LED 1 and an infrared receiver. Measurements are and the data is used to create a background performance record. taken at regular intervals.
  • Page 7 S-Quad Description & Commissioning Speech (Sp) Strobe (St) The S-Quad Speech function is provided by stored messages on a flash memory chip within the assembly. The standard flash memory can hold up to 60 seconds of audio and additionally it holds local complex attention tones, such as the bell and DIN signals.
  • Page 8 Description & Commissioning S-Quad Compatibility At the time of releasing this data sheet the S-Quad devices were compatible for installation on the loop circuits of fire alarm system based on panels having the following Main Controller Card/Board (MCC / MCB) and Loop Processor card (LPC) software: ³...
  • Page 9 S-Quad Description & Commissioning S-Quad STATES The STATE in which an S-Quad sensor operate can be changed from the default factory set STATE to another STATE during commissioning using the Commissioning tool. The environment in which an S-Quad device is installed will determine what STATE is used. # - factory default settings LPCB approved...
  • Page 10 Description & Commissioning S-Quad S-Quad Dual Optical Heat & Optical Heat sensor STATES Sensitivity STATE Definition / Class Application in / Suitable for: a-high- to-j-none STATE 3 High sensitivity optical, Clean area or environment, where early detection Class A1 heat is required STATE 4 Medium sensitivity with no...
  • Page 11 S-Quad Description & Commissioning S-Quad Status How to view S-Quad Status To view the status of an S-Quad device following the allocation of the loop circuit on which it is installed Press Menu On/Off button. Select [Info], momentarily press <etc> to select [Status] Select [Device] and enter a device number Select [Loop] and enter the loop number and then [Enter] to view device status information.
  • Page 12 Description & Commissioning S-Quad How to check S-Quad Exception codes The Exception codes are also sometimes called condition codes and these codes provide information about a sensor device. A code indicates small changes in the: ¨ environmental condition ¨ sensor mechanism and ¨...
  • Page 13 S-Quad Description & Commissioning How to interpret Exception Codes Exceptions Meaning Action /Condition codes This is the sub-fire band and if set should be No action need be taken. 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 or taken as showing that the sensor is at its optimum 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 or sensitivity for its location.
  • Page 14 Description & Commissioning S-Quad Exception (or Condition) Codes for S-Quads Exception codes normal sub fault band fault band band type Description Optical None Small signal Subfire subfire sensed [Check location, [Check STATE & type] location, STATE & type] Heat subfire None Small signal Subfire...
  • Page 15 S-Quad Description & Commissioning S-Quad Time average reading The typical time average values for sensors under normal operating condition are shown in the table below. Part No Product Analogue Channels Time average Tnew S4-720 Heat Sensor 2 - heat S4-720-ST-VO Heat Sensor Speech Strobe 2 - heat S4-780 Heat Sensor Sounder...
  • Page 16 Description & Commissioning S-Quad S-Quad - Message Action List This list shows the messages that are likely to be displayed at the control panel or at a loop repeat panel in the fire system. Message Action list The messages displayed at the control panel or loop repeat panels are given for guidance only: ¨...
  • Page 17 S-Quad Description & Commissioning Finding an S-Quad Turbo and Non Turbo device Modes The 'find device' is a function that gives a visual or audible The S-Quads can output in turbo and/or in non turbo modes. indication at the respective S-Quad device on a loop When the panel commands a low or high tone output at S-Quads, if configured during commissioning, the S-Quad will circuit.
  • Page 18: System Test

    Description & Commissioning S-Quad ¨ To put the panel in or out of zone test mode: System test Press Menu On/Off button and select [Test/Eng]. Select [UserCode] and enter the Engineering Preparation password (PIN), this need only be done if an Engineering password is set up.
  • Page 19 S-Quad Description & Commissioning Testing Fire Sensors Testing the S-Quad devices ¨ " The sensor(s) part of the S-Quad must be system tested as per previous section. It is important to ensure that the panel is in ¨ For the Sound and Speech part of the S-Quad Test mode before testing sensors in the system.
  • Page 20 Do not burn. accordance with national or local legislation. Gent by Honeywell reserves the right to revise this publication from time to time and make changes to the content hereof without obligation to notify any person of such revisions of changes.