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Honeywell Notifier VESDA-E VEA Series Product Manual

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12 Clintonville Road
Northford, CT 06472-1610 USA
800-289-3473 • FAX 203-484-7118
The VESDA-E VEA-040-Axx-NTF is based on VESDA-E VEA-040-Axx detector with built-in SLC interface to interface to intelligent fire pan-
els over SLC loop.
This product guide provides deviations from the base detector model (VESDA-E VEA-040-Axx) to be able to connect to the FACP. Hence this
product guide must be read in-conjunction with the respective product guide in References section of this document.
This guide introduces SLC specific wiring and specifications. It is assumed that anyone using this product has the knowledge and appropriate cer-
tification from local fire and electrical authorities.
NOTE: Reference to the VEA-040-Axx-NTF or VEA-040-Axx apply to all available models of the VESDA-E VEA. Refer to the Ordering Information
section below for available models.
Document conventions
Same as VEA-040-Axx product guide (copy and paste from VEA-040-A10)
UL and ULC
Codes and standards information for Air sampling smoke detection
We strongly recommend that this document is read in conjunction with the appropriate local codes and standards for smoke detection and electri-
cal connections. This document contains generic product information and some sections may not comply with all local codes and standards. In
these cases, the local codes and standards take precedence. The information below was correct at the time of printing and may be out of date,
check with your local codes, standards and listings for current restriction.
FCC Compliance Statement
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to part 15 of the FCC Rules. These lim-
its are designated to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses and
can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instruction, may cause harmful interference to radio com-
munications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful
interference to radio or television reception, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures: re-
orientate or relocate the receiving antenna, increase the separation between the equipment and receiver, connect the equipment to a power outlet
which is on a different power circuit to the receiver or consult the dealer or an experienced radio/television technician for help.
The Xtralis product incorporates a laser device and is classified as a Class 1 laser product that complies with FDA regulations 21 CFR 1040.010.
The laser is housed in a sealed detector chamber and contains no serviceable parts. The laser emits light which can be hazardous to the eye. Under
no circumstances should the detector chamber be opened.
The laser chamber is identified by the labels shown below:
• Special Application: High (1.6%/m [0.5%/ft]) to Standard (8.0%/m [2.5 %/ft])
• Open Area Protection, 0 to 300 ft/min air velocity: High (1.6%/m [0.5%/ft]) to Standard (8.0%/m [2.5%/ft])
• Open Area Protection, 300/1000/2000 ft/min air velocity: High (1.6%/m [0.5%/ft]) to Enhanced (4.0%/m [1.3%/ft])
• Open Area Protection, 3000/4000 ft/min air velocity: High (1.6%/m [0.5%/ft])
Product Listings
• UL
Product Guide
PN LS10215-000NF-E:A 07/24/2018 18-0315



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  • Page 1 VESDA-E VEA Product Guide 12 Clintonville Road PN LS10215-000NF-E:A 07/24/2018 18-0315 Northford, CT 06472-1610 USA 800-289-3473 • FAX 203-484-7118 Overview The VESDA-E VEA-040-Axx-NTF is based on VESDA-E VEA-040-Axx detector with built-in SLC interface to interface to intelligent fire pan- els over SLC loop.
  • Page 2: Installation

    References Document Id Description 27034 VESDA-E VEA-040-A00 Product Guide 27035 VESDA-E VEA-040-A10 Product Guide Introduction The VEA-040-Axx-NTF models have implemented an interface to the FACP over the SLC loop. An interface module mounted to the inside of the VEA door provides the SLC interface for the detector. The SLC detector does not have VESDAnet capability as the networking is provided by the SLC loop.
  • Page 3: Communication Ports

    Wiring The terminal block for SLC wiring will accept wire sizes from 24 AWG – 12 AWG. Route the SLC wiring through the cabling inlets located on the upper and lower sides of the detector base and terminate the wiring on to the respective terminals on the SLC terminal block, as shown in figure below.
  • Page 4 Installation checklist Ensure that the SLC wiring has been completed as part of the installation check list. Site Name Address Detector Serial Number and Date of Manufacture Name of Installer Signature Date Perform the following checks listed below to ensure that all of the necessary items are completed before handing over to a commissioning engineer.
  • Page 5: Configuration Commands

    NOTE: Each SLC enabled VEA-040-Axx unit consumes forty-five (45) SLC addresses. (5 for ASD, 40 for the tubes). Select the SLC-NFGW (000.130) line of the device tree in the VSC software to display the SLC-NFGW option screen. Notes: • Each SLC enabled VEA-A10 unit occupies 45 consecutive addresses on the SLC.
  • Page 6 Start Local Smoke Test Perform a local smoke test to confirm correct operation of detector internal components. The test is manually initiated from within the Xtralis VSC software. The detector will not perform normal smoke detection from the sampling tubes while this test is in progress, and Fault 826 is generated.
  • Page 7 Sampling Point Cleaning Clean the sampling points. • The operation is performed automatically at specified intervals • Can be manually initiated from within the Xtralis VSC software. While the Sampling Point Cleaning function is running: – Fault 825 is generated. –...
  • Page 8: Configuration Options

    Tube Flow Scan The Tube Flow Scan function allows the user to measure the air flow rate for a selected set of tubes. – The Flow rate can be viewed in the event log. Procedure: Select Tube Flow Scan from the Device Menu. Select the tubes for which the flow scan is to be performed.
  • Page 9: Troubleshooting

    Button Lockout Options Button Lockout Options is also not available for the SLC capable VEA. The front panel button does not have any function associated with it. Commissioning Once the detector is configured appropriately, ensure that the detector could communicate with the FACP without any faults. Refer to respective FACP product guides for configuring the detector over the SLC loop.
  • Page 10 Commissioning engineer, commissioner / AHJ and customer representative should be satisfied on all aspects of commissioning and Handover: agree that the commissioning has met the required codes and standards. The detector must be ready for day to day operation prior to hand over. To hand over the system to the client obtain the relevant signatures and ensure that all required documents are included.