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IFP-300 / IFP-300ECS
Addressable Fire Alarm Control System
Emergency Communication system
Installation and Operation Guide
Farenhyt™ Series
Document LS10145-001SK-E Rev: B
12/18/2017 ECN: 17-0555

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  • Page 1 Farenhyt™ Series IFP-300 / IFP-300ECS Addressable Fire Alarm Control System Emergency Communication system Installation and Operation Guide Document LS10145-001SK-E Rev: B 12/18/2017 ECN: 17-0555...
  • Page 2 Fire Alarm & Emergency Communication System Limitations While a life safety system may lower insurance rates, it is not a substitute for life and property insurance! An automatic fire alarm system—typically made up of smoke Heat detectors do not sense particles of combustion and alarm detectors, heat detectors, manual pull stations, audible warning only when heat on their sensors increases at a predetermined rate devices, and a fire alarm control panel (FACP) with remote notifica-...
  • Page 3 Farenhyt™ is a trademark; and eVance®, Honeywell®, Silent Knight® and SWIFT® are registered trademarks of Honeywell International Inc. Microsoft® and Windows® are registered trademarks of the Microsoft Corporation. Chrome™ and Google™ are trademarks of Google Inc. Firefox® is a registered trademark of The Mozilla Foundation.
  • Page 4 • Your suggestion for how to correct/improve documentation Send email messages to: FireSystems.TechPubs@honeywell.com Please note this email address is for documentation feedback only. If you have any technical issues, please contact Technical Services. IFP-300 / IFP-300ECS Manual P/N LS10145-001SK-E:B 12/18/2017...
  • Page 5: Table Of Contents

    Contents ......................................1 Section 1: Introduction ..............................1 1.1: Overview of Basic System....................................1 1.1.1: Hardware Features ....................................1 1.1.2: Network System Hardware Features ..............................1 1.1.3: Software Features ....................................1 1.1.4: IFP-300ECS Features .....................................1 1.1.5: Terms Used in this Manual..................................2 1.2: Compatible Products......................................2 Section 2: Agency Listings, Approvals, and Requirements..................
  • Page 6 4.7.2: RA-2000 Connection to the Panel ...............................40 4.8: 5815XL Installation ......................................40 4.8.1: 5815XL Connection to the Panel .................................41 4.9: 6815 Installation ......................................41 4.9.1: 6815 Connection to the Panel ................................42 4.10: 5824 Serial/Parallel Interface Module Installation ............................43 4.10.1: Selecting 5824 Options..................................43 4.11: 5880 LED I/O Module ....................................44 4.11.1: 5880 Board Layout .....................................44 4.11.2: 5880 Connection to Panel...................................45...
  • Page 7 6.2.4: Computer Access ....................................68 6.2.5: Access Codes ......................................68 Edit Name .......................................69 Edit Access Code ....................................69 Panel Functions.......................................69 6.2.6: Communicator Options..................................69 Communicator Assignments...................................70 Communicator Miscellaneous ................................70 Receiver Configuration...................................70 Communicator Reporting Table ................................70 6.3: Voice Options........................................70 6.3.1: Edit Timers ......................................70 Control Lockout......................................71 Auto Reset ECS MIC Triggered Event..............................71 6.3.2: Edit Voice Commands..................................71 6.4: Sync Network Options.....................................72...
  • Page 8 9.2.4: View Module List ....................................110 9.3: Zone ..........................................111 9.3.1: Edit Zone ......................................111 Edit Zone Name ....................................111 Edit Zone Properties .....................................111 Zone Accessory Options..................................113 9.3.2: View Zone Points ....................................113 9.4: Group ..........................................113 9.4.1: Edit Group ......................................113 Edit Group Name ....................................113 Edit Group Properties ...................................113 9.4.2: View Group Points .....................................114 9.4.3: Edit OPG Template.....................................114...
  • Page 9 10.4.1: Setting Time and Date ..................................135 10.4.2: Disable / Enable a Point..................................135 Disable / Enable NACs by Template..............................135 Disable / Enable NACs by Group.................................135 Disable / Enable Zone Points................................135 Disable / Enable Point...................................135 Inhibit Output Group ....................................135 10.4.3: View Event History ..................................135 To clear the event history..................................135 10.4.4: Conduct a Fire Drill ..................................135 10.4.5: Conduct an Indicator Test.................................136...
  • Page 10 B.9: Characters Used for Editing Text ..................................13 B.10: Example Name Edit ......................................13 Appendix C: Expanded Receiver/Panel Relationship ....................15 Appendix D: Cadence Patterns ............................17 Panel Security 1 Honeywell Fire Product Warranty and Return Policy Manufacturer Warranties and Limitation of Liability...
  • Page 11: Section 1: Introduction

    Section 1: Introduction The IFP-300 (red) / IFP-300B (black) and IFP-300ECS (red) / IFP-300ECSB (black) are analog addressable fire alarm control panels (FACP), that meets the requirements of UL 864. IFP-300ECS is an intelligent fire alarm control panel combined with an Emergency Communication System that meets the requirements for Mass Notification as described in UL 864 and UL 2572.
  • Page 12: 5: Terms Used In This Manual

    Consist of any combination of 32 panels of these model numbers: IFP-75, IFP-300, IFP- 300ECS, IFP-2100 or IFP-2100ECS. SWIFT Smart Wireless Integrated Fire Technology 1.2 Compatible Products The chart below lists the products available from Honeywell for use with the IFP-300. Type of Device Model Description IDP Addressable SLC Devices See Section 7.1 for a list of compatible devices...
  • Page 13 Wireless monitor module WSK-RELAY Wireless relay module B210W 6" wireless base HFSS Honeywell Fire For communication and panel programming with a Windows-based computer. Software Suite Enables remote viewing of detector status and event history. 7860 Telephone Cord RJ31X cord for connecting phone line to the IFP-300.
  • Page 14: Section 2: Agency Listings, Approvals, And Requirements

    If trouble is experienced with the IFP-300 or IFP-300ECS, for repair or warranty information, please contact Honeywell customer ser- vice at 800-328-0103 or www.farehnyt.com. If the equipment is causing harm to the telephone network, the telephone company may request that you disconnect the IFP-300 until the problem has been resolved.
  • Page 15: 2: Requirements For Central Station Fire Alarm Systems

    At least one UL listed supervised notification appliance must be used. 2.2.4 Requirements for Remote Station Protected Fire Alarm Systems Minimum system requirements are one Honeywell addressable initiating device and either a 5220, Keltron 3158 or the built-in Digital Alarm Communicator Transmitter (DACT).
  • Page 16 Remote Mass Notification (In- Model/Module Description Local Auxiliary EVAC Station Building) 068200 Motherboard 068600 control unit operator interface 00VIP-50CB Amplifier Enclosure 00VIP-125CB Amplifier Enclosure 122774 Control unit enclosure VIP/ECS-50W 50W Amp VIP/ECS-50WHV 50W Amp ECS-125W 125W amp ECS-125HV/VIP- 125W Amp 125HV ECS-INT50W Internal 50W...
  • Page 17: Section 3: Before You Begin Installing

    Section 3: Before You Begin Installing This section of the manual is intended to help you plan your tasks to facilitate a smooth installation. Please read this section thoroughly, especially if you are installing a IFP-300/ECS panel for the first time. 3.1 Inventory When an IFP-300/ECS shipment is received, check that all the parts have been included in the shipment.
  • Page 18: Wiring Specifications

    Label Rating Terminal No. Description Group Individual Voltage Current Terminal Block 4 BATTERY To Positive battery terminal 24 VDC Up to 35 Ah (see Section “Battery Power” on – To Negative battery terminal page 26 for details) Terminal Block 5 AC INPUT AC input (hot) 120 VAC, 60 Hz...
  • Page 19 • High frequency noise, such as that produced by the inductive reactance of a speaker or bell, can also be reduced by running the wire through ferrite shield beads or by wrapping it around a ferrite toroid. AC Power Input NAC/Aux Power Outputs Relay Outputs...
  • Page 20: Board Assembly Diagram

    3.6 Board Assembly Diagram AC Power Input NAC / Aux Power Circuits Form C Relays Form C Trouble Relay SBUS Out Connections Phone lines Battery EXT COMM Connections Ethernet Figure 3.3 Model IFP-300 Assembly Figure 3.3 shows the circuit board that attaches the IFP-300 assembly to the cabinet. If you should need to remove the board assembly for repair, remove the nine mounting screws (six on the main circuit board and 3 on the heat-sink) which hold the assembly in the cabi- net.
  • Page 21: 2: Current Draw Worksheet For Idp Slc Devices

    IFP-300 control panel. If the current is above 6.0 A you will need to use a notification power expander(s) such as the Honeywell 5496 NAC Expander, to distribute the power loads so that the IFP-300 or the power expanders do not exceed their power rating.
  • Page 22 Number of Standby Alarm Device Current per Device Devices Current Current Addressable SLC Devices Standby/Alarm: .375 mA IDP-Monitor IDP-Minimon IDP-Pull-SA/IDP-Pull-DA Standby/Alarm: .75 mA IDP-Monitor-2 Standby/Alarm: 3.5 mA IDP-Monitor-10 Standby: 375 mA IDP-Control Alarm: .375 mA Aux. Standby: 1.7 mA Power Alarm: 7 mA Standby:...
  • Page 23 Number of Standby Alarm Device Current per Device Devices Current Current (4 max.) Standby/Alarm: 45 mA 5824 Serial / Parallel Module (16 max.) Standby/Alarm: 10 mA RPS-1000 Power Supply Standby/Alarm: 10 mA 5496 NAC Expander (8 max.) Standby: 35 mA 5865-4 LED Annunciator Module (with reset and silence switches) Alarm:...
  • Page 24: 3: Current Draw Worksheet For Sk Slc Devices

    Number of Standby Alarm Device Current per Device Devices Current Current Notification Appliance Circuits Refer to devices manual for current rating. 5495/5499 Power Supply 24 VDC One input circuit: 15 mA Both input circuit 30 mA Alarm: Alarm: Alarm: Alarm: C Notification Appliances Current D Total current ratings of all devices in system (line A + line B + C) E Total current ratings converted to amperes (line D x .001):...
  • Page 25 Number of Standby Alarm Device Current per Device Devices Current Current Addressable SLC Detectors SK-Photo Standby/Alarm: .30 mA SK-Photo-T SK-Heat SK-Heat-HT SK-Duct (includes PhotoR) SK-Acclimate SK-Heat-ROR SK-Photo-W Standby: 200mA Alarm: 4.5mA SK-PHOTO-R-W Standby: 200mA Alarm: 4.5mA SK-PHOTO-T-W Standby: 200mA Alarm: 4.5mA SK-HEAT-W Standby:...
  • Page 26 Number of Standby Alarm Device Current per Device Devices Current Current SK-Zone Aux Pwr Standby: 12 mA Alarm: 90 mA Standby/Alarm: .27 mA SK-Zone-6 Aux Pwr Standby: 50 mA Alarm: per zone 270 mA Standby/Alarm: 2 mA SLC Accessories B200SR Sounder Base Aux Pwr Standby: .5 mA...
  • Page 27 Number of Standby Alarm Device Current per Device Devices Current Current ECS-INT50W Internal Amplifier (8 max.) Standby: 52 mA Alarm @ 25V: 275 mA Alarm @ 70V: 310 mA ECS-NVCM Network Voice Control (1 max.) Standby/Alarm: 59 mA Module ECS-VCM Voice Control Module Standby: 70 mA Alarm:...
  • Page 28: 4: Current Draw Worksheet Sd For Slc Devices

    Number of Standby Alarm Device Current per Device Devices Current Current x 1.25 Multiply by the Derating Factor Total ampere hours required Table 3.3 Current Draw Worksheet for SK SLC Devices 1. The FACP can only support 5 devices w/LED’s on. This current draw has been added to the panels alarm current. 2.
  • Page 29 Number of Standby Alarm Device Current per Device Devices Current Current Accessories Modules 5815XL SLC Expander (63 max.) Standby/Alarm: 80 mA RA-2000 Remote LCD Annunciator (16 max.) Standby: 25 mA Alarm: 50 mA RA-1000 Remote LCD Annunciator Standby: 20 mA RA-100 Remote LCD Annunciator Standby: 20 mA...
  • Page 30: 5: Maximum Battery Standby Load

    Number of Standby Alarm Device Current per Device Devices Current Current Alarm/Standby: Alarm/Standby: B Auxiliary Devices Current Notification Appliance Circuits Refer to devices manual for current rating. 5495/5499 Power Supply 24 VDC One input circuit: 15 mA Both input circuits: 30 mA Alarm: Alarm: Alarm:...
  • Page 31 Rechargeable 90 hr Standby, 90 hr Standby, 90 hr Standby, Battery Size 5 min alarm 15 min alarm 20 min alarm 55 AH 480mA 464mA 456mA Table 3.6 Maximum Battery Standby Loads for 90 Hour Standby* WARNING: Farenhyt does not support the use of batteries smaller than those listed in Table 3.5 and Table 3.6. If you use a battery too small for the installation, the system could overload the battery resulting in the installation having less than the required 24 hours standby power.
  • Page 32: Section 4: Control Panel Installation

    Section 4: Control Panel Installation 4.1 Mounting the Control Panel Cabinet The IFP-300 cabinet can be surface or flush mounted. Cabinet base dimensions are 24.75"H x 14.5" W x 3.91"D. If you flush mount the cabinet, there should be 1.5" to 1.75" of cabinet extruding from the wall, this should be measured from either the top edge or bottom edge to the exterior side of the sheet rock.
  • Page 33: Battery Power

    The AC terminals are rated at 120 VAC, 60 Hz, 3.6A. Figure 4.2 120VAC Power Connection 4.3 Battery Power The batteries must be sealed lead acid type. Before connecting the batteries to the FACP, make certain that the interconnect cable between the batteries is not connected. Do not connect the battery jumper cable until the system is completely installed.
  • Page 34: 1: Rbb Accessory Cabinet

    4.3.1 RBB Accessory Cabinet The Model RBB Accessory cabinet can be used when your backup batteries requirements use backup batteries that are too large to fit into the main control panel cabinet. The RBB cabinet holds batteries up to the 35 AH size. The RBB dimensions are 16" W x 10" H x 6" D (40.64 cm W x 25.4 cm H x 15.24 cm D).
  • Page 35: Sbus Wiring

    Run extended battery cable from control panel cabinet through conduit to RBB cabinet. See Figure 4.6. RBB Cabinet Cover Screws Conduit Coupler Conduit RBB Cabinet Cover Screws Figure 4.6 Battery Connections in the RBB Cabinet NOTE: Figure 4.6 is an example of how the wire connections can be routed. However, any other cabinet knock-outs (on either the main control panel or the RBB cabinet), that are not previously being used may be utilized to connect conduit between the two cabinets.
  • Page 36 Worst Case Current Model Number Draw .120 amps RA-2000, RA-1000, RA-100 Fire Annunciator .078 amps 6815 SLC Loop Expander .150 amps 5815XL SLC Loop Expander .040 amps 5824 Serial/Parallel Printer Interface Module .250 amps 5880 LED I/O Module .200 amps 5865 LED Annunciator .010 amps RPS-1000 Intelligent Power Supply...
  • Page 37: 2: Wiring Configurations

    The following formulas were used to generate the wire distance chart: 6.0 Volts Maximum Resistance (Ohms) = Total Worst Case Current Draw (amps) Maximum Resistance (Ohms) Maximum Wire Length (Feet) = * 500 (6000 feet maximum) where: Rpu = Ohms per 1000 feet for various Wire Gauges (see table below) Wire Gauge Ohms per 1000 feet (Rpu) 16.2...
  • Page 38: Ra-100 Remote Annunciator Installation

    4.5 RA-100 Remote Annunciator Installation The optional Model RA-100 Remote Annunciator, is shown in Figure 4.9. The RA-100 can be surface or flush mounted. Up to 16 RA- 100s can be added to the IFP-300/ECS system. Figure 4.9 Model RA-100 Remote Annunciator, Front View RA-100 installation involves the following steps: Make sure power is off at the panel.
  • Page 39 Follow these steps to flush mount the RA-100 The back box dimensions are 9-9/32” w x 8-3/8” h. The minimum depth 2". The back box can be mounted prior to the complete installation of the RA-100 using any of the mounting holes shown in Figure 4.10. Mounting Holes Mounting Holes Figure 4.10 Back Box Mounting Holes...
  • Page 40: Surface Mounting

    Attach the annunciator and door assembly to back box as shown in Figure 4.12 using the supplied screws. Figure 4.12 Attaching Annunciator/Door Assembly to Backbox Surface Mounting The optional Model RA-100TR trim ring kit is available for use when surface mounting. Remove the desired knock out.
  • Page 41: 2: Connecting The Ra-100 To The Panel

    Place the trim ring over the back box as shown in Figure 4.14. Figure 4.14 Installing Trim Ring Attach the Door assembly to the back box using screws provided. After the annunciator wiring to the panel has been completed (described in Section Figure 4.5), replace the electronic assembly in the back box.
  • Page 42: Ra-1000 Remote Annunciator Installation

    4.6 RA-1000 Remote Annunciator Installation The optional Model RA-1000 is a remote annunciator that utilizes a fireman’s key or access code to reset or silence. Up to 16 annuncia- tors in any combination can be added to the IFP-300/ECS system. Figure 4.16 Model RA-1000 Remote Annunciator, Front View RA-1000 installation involves the following steps: Make sure power is off at the panel.
  • Page 43: Flush Mounting

    The RA-1000 comes from the factory fully assembled. You must disassemble it for mounting. To disassemble the annunciator, use a 5/64 hex wrench to remove the set screws, located on the bottom of the annunciator bezel. (See Figure 4.18 for location of the set screws.) Figure 4.18 Annunciator Back Box and Bezel Details Flush Mounting This section of the manual describes flush mounting.
  • Page 44: Ra-2000 Remote Annunciator Installation

    4.7 RA-2000 Remote Annunciator Installation The optional Model RA-2000 Remote Annunciator, (see Figure 4.20). The RA-2000 can be surface or flush mounted. It is available in gray color as RA-2000GRAY as shown. Figure 4.20 Model RA-2000GRAY Remote Annunciator, Front View RA-2000 installation involves the following steps: Make sure power is off at the panel.
  • Page 45 Follow these steps to flush mount the RA-2000 The back box dimensions are 9¼” W x 8 3/8” H. The minimum depth required is 2". The back box can be mounted prior to the complete installation of the RA-2000 using any of the mounting holes shown in Figure 4.10. Mounting Holes Mounting Holes Figure 4.21 Back Box Mounting Holes...
  • Page 46: Surface Mounting

    Attach the annunciator and door assembly to back box as shown in Figure 4.12 using the supplied screws. Figure 4.23 Attaching Annunciator / Door Assembly to Backbox Surface Mounting The Model RA-100TR red trim ring and RA-2000GRAYTR gray trim ring kits are available for use when surface mounting the RA- 2000.
  • Page 47: 2: Ra-2000 Connection To The Panel

    Place the trim ring over the back box as shown in Figure 4.25. Figure 4.25 Installing Trim Ring Attach the door assembly to the back box using screws provided. After the SBUS wiring to the annunciator is complete (described in Section 4.7.2), replace the electronic assembly in the back box. Place the bezel over the back box and tighten the set screws on the bezel.
  • Page 48: 1: 5815Xl Connection To The Panel

    ® Add the 5815XL module to the system through programming. JumpStart will add the module automatically (see Section 8.1). You can also add it manually (see Section 9.2.2). Select a name, if desired (See “Naming Modules” on page 110.). You are now ready to connect SLC devices to the 5815XL (see Section 7.6). Figure 4.27 is a drawing of the 5815XL board, showing the location of terminals and DIP switches.
  • Page 49: 1: 6815 Connection To The Panel

    To install the 6815: Make sure power is off at the panel. Mount the 6815 in the IFP-300/ECS cabinet, the RPS-1000 cabinet, or the 5815RMK remote mounting kit. Use the standoffs located under the control panel board assembly and secure with screws provided with the 6815. For additional information see Model RPS-1000 Installation manual (P/N 151153) or 5815RMK Remote Mounting Kit Installation Instructions (P/N 151391).
  • Page 50: 5824 Serial/Parallel Interface Module Installation

    4.10 5824 Serial/Parallel Interface Module Installation The 5824 serial/parallel printer interface module allows you to connect a printer to the panel, so you can print a real-time log of system events. Instructions for installing the 5824 appear below. The 5824 and the printer connected to the 5824 Parallel port is ancillary, the serial port can be used for primary fire signaling. The printer must be a UL 864 listed printer.
  • Page 51: 5880 Led I/O Module

    If you are using a serial printer, use the next screen to select serial port options as required for your printer. Refer to your printer manual if you need more information. Option Choices Baud Rate: 75 - 19200 Data Bits: 5 - 8 Stop Bits: .5, 1, 2...
  • Page 52: 2: 5880 Connection To Panel

    4.11.2 5880 Connection to Panel The 5880 connects to the panel via the SBUS. Make connections as shown in Figure 4.34. After the 5880 is connected to the panel, it must be added to the system. This programming step is described in Section 4.13. Supervised Power Limited Figure 4.34 5880 Connection to Main Control Panel Assembly...
  • Page 53: 4: Dry Contact Wiring

    4.11.4 Dry Contact Wiring The 8 input circuits on the 5880 board are for monitoring switch inputs-any type of switch supported by the control panel can be used with the 5880. For example, you can use a 5880 to monitor pull stations, water flow, tamper, reset, or silence switches. Wire dry contacts as shown in Figure 4.36.
  • Page 54: 1: 5865 Connection To Panel

    4.12.1 5865 Connection to Panel The 5865 connects to the panel via the SBUS. Make connections as shown in Figure 4.38. After the 5865 is connected to the panel, it must be added to the system. This programming step is described in Section 4.13. Supervised Power Limited Class B Figure 4.38 5865 Connection to the FACP...
  • Page 55: Configuring Sbus Modules

    The 5865 ships with a set of zone description labels that can be inserted into the 5865 board assembly. These labels can be used in a type- writer or can be written on by hand. Slide the labels under the plexiglass as shown in Figure 4.40. The LEDs will show through the label when illuminated.
  • Page 56: 2: Sbus Bandwidth Considerations

    Figure 4.41 shows all possible DIP switch positions and their correlation to a numerical ID. For example, to select ID 2, place DIP switch 2 in the up position. Figure 4.41 Possible module addresses Refer to Section 9.2 to edit, add, delete, and view module list. 4.13.2 SBUS Bandwidth Considerations Each SBUS device generates a certain amount of traffic on the SBUS.
  • Page 57: Telephone Connection

    4.14 Telephone Connection Connect the telephone lines as shown in Figure 4.42. The Model 7860 phone cord is available from Honeywell for this purpose. A num- ber of programmable options are available for customizing telephone lines. These options are described in Section 9.6.
  • Page 58: Class A Notification Wiring

    Configure the circuit through programming (see Section 9.6). Max. Impedance: 1.5 Alarm Polarity Shown 4.7 kEOL Notification Wiring Supervised Power Limited All Circuits are Synchronized (Regulated). Rated at 27.4 VDC @ 3A Max. Figure 4.43 Class B Notification Appliance Circuit Wiring Maximum voltage drop is 3V per Class A circuit.
  • Page 59: 2: Auxiliary Power Installation

    Configure the circuit for Class A in programming (see Section 9.5). Max. Impedance: 1.5 Supervised Power Limited All Circuits are Synchronized (Regulated). Rated @ 27.4 VDC @ 3A Max. Figure 4.44 Class A Notification Appliance Circuit Configuration 4.15.2 Auxiliary Power Installation NAC Circuits 1-4 on the control panel can be used as auxiliary power circuits.
  • Page 60: On-Board Relays (Conventional)

    4.16 On-Board Relays (Conventional) The control panel has two built-in programmable relays and a built-in trouble relay. All relays are Form C rated at 2.5 A @ 24 VDC (resistive). Connect to Power Limited Sources only Figure 4.45 Location of Conventional Relay Circuits NOTE: The N.C.
  • Page 61: 2: City Box Connection Using The 5220 Module

    Not suitable for remote station protected premises service where separate transmission circuits are required for fire supervisory (if applicable), and trouble signals. Intended for connection to a polarity reversal circuit of a remote station receiving unit having compatible ratings. Figure 4.46 Keltron 3158 Connection to Control Panel 4.17.2 City Box Connection Using the 5220 Module This section describes how to connect the control panel to a municipal fire alarm box or “city box”...
  • Page 62: Using The Addressable Relay Module For City Box Connection

    Program the NAC circuit used as a continuous and non-silencing. Refer to Section 9.5 for point programming, Section 9.4 for group settings, and Section 9.3 for zone settings and mapping. It is not possible to reset the remote indication until you clear the condition and reset the control panel.
  • Page 63: 1: Nfpa 72 Polarity Reversal

    4.18.1 NFPA 72 Polarity Reversal NOTE: Intended for connection to a polarity reversal circuit of a control unit at the protected premises having compatible rating. Using the 5220 Module When the 5220 is wired and programmed for polarity reversal, it reports alarm and trouble events to a remote site. Alarms will override trouble conditions and it will not be possible to reset the remote indicator until the condition is cleared and the control panel is reset.
  • Page 64 To install the 7644-L8 for polarity reversal: Wire the 7644-L8 to the control panel as shown in Figure 4.50. Do not install an EOL resistor on the terminals of the NAC circuit used. NOTE: Use only NAC circuits on the control panel for reverse polarity Program the NAC circuit as a notification circuit.
  • Page 65: 2: Transmitter Activated By Dry Contacts

    4.18.2 Transmitter Activated by Dry Contacts This section describes the connection of a UL 864 listed remote station transmitter to the IFP-300 FACP dry contacts. The FACP con- tacts must be supervised by the remote station transmitter module using end-of-line resistors (ELRs) with a value determined by the transmitter manufacturer.
  • Page 66: Section 5: Networking

    Section 5: Networking 5.1 Network System Hardware Features IFP-300/ECS panels can be networked to create a virtual system that is larger than 300 addressable points. Each additional IFP-300/ECS provides another 300 addressable points to the network total. For example, a network of 32 IFP-300/ECS panels provides a maximum addressable point capacity of 9,600 points (300 x 32 = 9,600).
  • Page 67: Nic Wiring Options

    Figure 5.2 Internal SK-NIC Wiring Option 5.3 SK-NIC Wiring Options Networking a group of IFP-300/ECS requires the use of a network interface card with each panel. The SK-NIC connects to other net- worked units using unshielded, twisted-pair wiring or fiber-optic cable. Figure 5.3 SK-NIC Network Interface Card IFP-300 / IFP-300ECS Manual P/N LS10145-001SK-E:B 12/18/2017...
  • Page 68: 1: Fiber Loop Modules

    5.3.1 Fiber Loop Modules Two types of fiber optic modules are available to use to transmit and receive communication with the SK-NIC. See Figure 5.4. SK-FML Multi-Mode Fiber SK-FSL Single-Mode Fiber Figure 5.4 Types Fiber Loop Modules The SK-FML (Fiber-Optic Multi-Mode) and SK-FSL (Fiber-Optic Single-Mode) are plug-in fiber loop modules. The two types of fiber optic modules are used as one channel to transmit or receive communications with the SK-NIC, ARCNET communication circuit.
  • Page 69 Use the 6-pin cable included with SK-NIC to connect the IFP-300/ECS to the SK-NIC. Connect the SK-NIC to the pin connector on the control panel labeled Data Network. See Figure 5.6. Figure 5.6 Panel to SK-NIC connection Each SK-NIC has the ability to monitor for earth ground faults on the twisted pairs connected to Port 1 of its terminal block TB2. Earth fault detection for any wiring at Port 2 of TB2 is done at the next/previous SK-NIC due to these wiring connections being connected to Port 1 of TB2 at the next/previous SK-NIC.
  • Page 70: Unshielded Twisted Pair Wiring Between Multiple Panels

    Unshielded Twisted Pair Wiring between Multiple Panels Unshielded twisted pair wiring between multiple panels is shown in Figure 5.7. Class A wiring is shown with a dotted line. Class A wiring Figure 5.7 Twisted Pair Wiring Configuration Fiber Optic Multi-Mode Wiring between Multiple Panels Fiber optic cable between multiple panels is shown in Figure 5.8.
  • Page 71 Class A wiring Figure 5.9 Fiber Optic Wiring Single-Mode Example IFP-300 / IFP-300ECS Manual P/N LS10145-001SK-E:B 12/18/2017...
  • Page 72: Fiber Optic And Twisted Pair Wiring Between Multiple Panels

    Fiber Optic and Twisted Pair Wiring between Multiple Panels A mixture of fiber optic cable and twisted pair wiring between multiple panels is shown in Figure 5.10. Class A cabling is shown with dotted line. Class A wiring Figure 5.10 Twisted Pair and Fiber Optic Combination Wiring Example IFP-300 / IFP-300ECS Manual P/N LS10145-001SK-E:B 12/18/2017...
  • Page 73: Setting The Network Id For Each Panel

    5.4 Setting the Network ID for each Panel NOTE: It is important that much thought is given when choosing the network IDs for each panel. It is difficult to change the IDs once panel programming has begun The network ID for each panel is set using DIP switch positions 1 through 5. See Figure 5.11 below for possible DIP switch settings. Figure 5.11 Network ID Settings IFP-300 / IFP-300ECS Manual P/N LS10145-001SK-E:B 12/18/2017...
  • Page 74: Section 6: Network Management

    This section of the manual describes how to program network options using the built-in annunciator. All options described in this section can be programmed using the HFSS Honeywell Fire Software Suite. To edit site assignments, HFSS must be utilized. 6.2.1 Learn Network The Learn Network menu shows you all of the panels connected to the network.
  • Page 75: 4: Computer Access

    6.2.4 Computer Access An installer at the panel site can initiate communications between the panel and a computer running the HFSS Honeywell Fire Software Suite (see also Section 10.5). In order for this communication to function properly, both the computer (running the software) and the con- trol panel must have matching computer access numbers and computer codes.
  • Page 76: Edit Name

    Type of Function Selectable Functions System Tests Fire Drill Menu Indicator Test Walk Test-No Report Walk Test -With Report Communicator Test Clear History Buffer Point Functions Disable/Enable Point Point Status Panel Menus Set SLC Device Address SLC Single Device Locator SLC Multiple Device Locator I/O Point Control Event History...
  • Page 77: Communicator Assignments

    Select 6 for Network Programming. Press 6 to enter Communicator Options menu. Communicator Assignments Each panel on the IFP-300/ECS network specifies which network communicator is used for reporting. The network communicator capa- bility of the IFP-300/ECS system allows all panels to use the same communicator providing an economical solution for reducing the number of paths required for reporting purposes.
  • Page 78: Control Lockout

    Select 6 for Network Programming. Select 7 for Voice Options. Choose Site. Select 1 for Edit Timers Control Lockout The Control Lockout countdown timer is set to the programmed value when an LOC gains ECS Control. The timer starts over upon any key press at the ECS Control LOC.
  • Page 79: Sync Network Options

    System Event Emergency Communication 8 Fire Supervisory System Alert 1-5 Trouble Fire Interlock Release Fire Interlock Alert Custom Emergency Comm Emergency Supervisory CO Alarm CO Supervisory Table 6.3 Voice Command Mapping Select whether a Message or Tone Only should be played. If Message is selected, choose the desired message for the command. Select the tone to be played between messages.
  • Page 80: Network Management Quick Reference

    6.5 Network Management Quick Reference Menu Options/Defaults Comments Learn Guest or Add or remove panels See Section 6.2.1 Network member into the network Panel Names Network Panel ID Edit Panel Names Edit Network See Section 6.2.2 Names Site Names Edit Site Member Edit Site Names Change current Edit Panel ID...
  • Page 81 Menu Options/Defaults Comments SLC Multi-Device Locator I/O Point Control Event History Set Time & Date Profile 1 is the profile that Network Diagnostics dictates what functions the Network Firefighter Key has access to. Programming Because this is the profile for a Panel Programming keys, the user name and the access code can not be edited...
  • Page 82 Menu Options/Defaults Comments Panel Report Alarms Report Supervisory Report Troubles Report Events by Point Communicator Primary Receiver See “Communicator Reporting Communicator Report Table Options Table” on page 70. Primary Account Test Primary Account Secondary Receiver Secondary Account Test Secondary Account Immediate/ Control Lockout Timer/Neve...
  • Page 83: Section 7: Idp, Sk, Sd And Swift™ Slc Device Installation

    Section 7: IDP, SK, SD and SWIFT™ SLC Device Installation CAUTION: To avoid the risk of electrical shock and damage to the unit, power should be OFF at the control panel while installing or servicing 7.1 List of IDP SLC Devices The following IDP SLC devices can be used with the control panel.
  • Page 84: List Of Sk Slc Devices

    7.2 List of SK SLC Devices The following SK SLC devices can be used with the control panel. See the device installation instructions (packaged with the device) for more information. The control panel supports the use of either IDP, SK, or SD SLC devices. You cannot install a mix of SLC device types on the control panel.
  • Page 85: Swift™ Wireless Slc Devices

    Installation Model Number Model Name/Description Instructions SD505-PHOTO Photoelectric smoke detector. 150955 SD505-HEAT Absolute temperature heat detector. Trip point range from 135°F–150°F (0°C–37°C). SD505-6AB 6" base SD505-6IB 6" short circuit isolator base I56-3541-00 SD505-6RB 6" relay base I56-3542-00 SD505-6SB 6" sounder base I56-3540-00 SD505-DUCT Duct Smoke Detector.
  • Page 86: 2: Wire Sizing For 6815

    Maximum loop length depends on the wire gauge. See “Maximum wiring distance for SD devices” on page 80 for SD. Table 7.4 Maximum wiring distance for SD devices Wire Gauge Max. Distance for SD 22 AWG 1500 feet 18 AWG 3900 feet 16 AWG 6200 feet...
  • Page 87: 1: Wiring 5815Xl Or 6815 In Style 6 & 7 (Class A) Configuration

    When using T-taps, the total length of all taps and the main bus must be met in addition to the maximum distance requirements for the various wire gauges. Figure 7.2 Calculating Wire Run Length for a T-tap 7.7.1 Wiring 5815XL or 6815 in Style 6 & 7 (Class A) Configuration Figure 7.3 illustrates how to wire the SLC loop for Class A installations.
  • Page 88: Addressing Idp Or Sk Slc Devices

    7.8 Addressing IDP or SK SLC Devices All IDP or SK devices are addressed using the two rotary dials that appear on the device board. Use the ONES rotary dial to set the ones place in a one or two digit number, and use the TENS rotary dial to set the tens place in a two or three digit number. The control panel recognizes when an IDP /SK detector or IDP/SK module is installed.
  • Page 89 To address: Connect a detector base temporarily to the programming terminals as shown in Figure 7.6. (You can use the same base for each detector.) Figure 7.6 Temporary Connection of Detector Base to Panel for Addressing Enter the Installer code, then press ENTER. Select 2 for Point Functions.
  • Page 90: 1: Slc Devices With Dip Switches

    7.10.1 SLC Devices with DIP Switches Input and relay module addresses are set using the DIP switches on the module board. The chart below shows the available addresses. For example, to select address 3, place DIP switches 1 and 2 in the up position. The range of valid addresses is 1-127. 0 is an invalid address.
  • Page 91: 1: Power Connections For The Gateway

    7.11.1 Power Connections for the Gateway The WIDP-WGI or SK-WGI Wireless Gateway acts as a bridge between a group of wireless fire devices and a SLC loop on the IFP- 300/ECS. It is powered by the SLC loops or by a regulated, external 24 VDC UL listed power supply. For updated details about wireless devices, system setup, and operation, see the SWIFT Smart Wireless Integrated Fire Technology Instruction Manual P/N LS10036- 000FH-E or LS10036-000SK-E.
  • Page 92: Section 8: Programming Overview

    Section 8: Programming Overview This section of the manual is intended to give you an overview of the programming process. Please read this section of the manual care- fully, especially if you are programming the control panel for the first time. ®...
  • Page 93: Mapping Overview

    Select one of the following options from the menu that displays. Press 1 if you need to review the JumpStart configuration. The Review System menu will appear. Press 1 1- Review System to review Entire System or Press 2 for Changes Only. 2- Repeat JumpStart Press 2 if you need to rerun JumpStart for any reason.
  • Page 94: 1: Input Point Mapping

    8.2.1 Input Point Mapping Input points are assigned to input zones. Any input point can be assigned to any input zone. (Input points can be assigned to one zone only. An input point can be designated as “Unused,” which means it has not been assigned to a zone.) Figure 8.2 Input Point Assignment Example IFP-300 / IFP-300ECS Manual P/N LS10145-001SK-E:B 12/18/2017...
  • Page 95: 2: Output Circuit Mapping

    8.2.2 Output Circuit Mapping Figure 8.3 is a simple example showing how to assign notification and relay output circuits to groups. For an example of a simple floor above/floor below application, see Figure 8.5. Figure 8.3 Assigning Output Circuits to Groups (Example) 8.2.3 Event Mapping There are 11 types of Zone events, 14 types of Panel events, and 40 types of Site events that can be mapped (see “There are 11 types of Zone events, 14 types of Panel events, and 40 types of Site events that can be mapped (see ).
  • Page 96 System Zone Panel Site LOC ECS 1-8 Alarm General ECS Alarm General ECS Supervisory Point ECS 1-8 Alarm Trouble SBUS Expander Trouble General Trouble Status Point Active SBUS Class A Trouble Site Silenced SLC Loop Trouble Voice Aux In 1-8 Alarm AC Loss Trouble F1 Key Active Battery Trouble...
  • Page 97 Figure 8.5 Example of Zone Events Mapped to Output Groups and Patterns IFP-300 / IFP-300ECS Manual P/N LS10145-001SK-E:B 12/18/2017...
  • Page 98 Figure 8.6 Example of Event Mapped to Output Groups and Patterns within a Networked Site IFP-300 / IFP-300ECS Manual P/N LS10145-001SK-E:B 12/18/2017...
  • Page 99: 4: Mapping Led Points

    8.2.4 Mapping LED Points Figure 8.7 is a simple example showing how LED points are mapped to zones and output groups. Typically you would create two output groups for each zone, one for alarms and one for troubles. (LED points are available when Models 5865-3/4 and/or 5880 are used with the system.) Figure 8.7 Example of LED Points Mapped to Output Groups (applies to Models 5865-3/4 and 5880)
  • Page 100: 5: Mapping Led Points For A Networked System

    8.3 Programming Using the HFSS Software Suite You can use the HFSS Honeywell Fire Software Suite to program the control panel onsite (personnel will need to be onsite during the upload or download process). HFSS is a software package that lets you easily program the control panel using a Windows-based com- puter.
  • Page 101: 2: Moving Through The Menus

    8.4.2 Moving through the Menus “Moving through Program Menu” on page 96 shows how to move through Program Menu screens, using the Main Menu screen as an example. Figure 8.9 Moving through Program Menu 8.4.3 Selecting Options and Entering Data There are several ways to make programming selections using the control panel depending on which screen you are currently using.
  • Page 102: Programming Menu Quick Reference

    8.5 Programming Menu Quick Reference This section of the manual lists all Panel Programming options in the order they appear on the sub-menus. Default settings are indicated in text or marked with an asterisk (*). The comments column provide quick information and a reference to a section (if applicable) which has more detailed information.
  • Page 103 Menu Options/Defaults Comments See “Edit Zone Edit Zone Name Name” on page 111. *1-Count 2-Count Alarm Ver. See “Edit Zone Verification Properties” on Type page 111. SNGL ILOCK DBL ILOCK SD devices See Zone 135° to “Edit Zone Properties 150°F Properties”...
  • Page 104 Menu Options/Defaults Comments UNUSED MANUAL PULL *LATCH WATER FLOW NON- LATCH *LATCH FIRE NON- SUPERVSY LATCH FIRE DRILL SILENCE RESET P.A.S. ACK *LATCH ZONE AUX1 NON- LATCH *LATCH ZONE AUX2 NON- LATCH *LATCH SYSTEM AUX1 NON- 1,2,3, LATCH SWITCH 4,5,6 SD, SK and IDP *LATCH Devices on...
  • Page 105 Menu Options/Defaults Comments Select OUTPUT PT Group 1,2,3,4, RELAY AUX RESET AUX DOOR LED Number 1-80 SLC LED Notif LED Function Unused DETECTOR 2-WIRE Select Zone 2,3,4,5 SMOKE W. Gateway 2,3,4,5 W SWITCH Same as SWITCH 2,3,4,5,8 W-RELAY SD, SK and IDP Same as Relay 2,3,4,5,8 Devices on...
  • Page 106 Menu Options/Defaults Comments Accessory SDR BAS RLY BAS 1,2,3,4,5,6 HEAT I-SdrBa (Intelligent Sounder 2,3,4,5 Base) PHOTO Accessory 1,2,3,4,5,6 DUCT DCT RLY Accessory ION DUCT DCT RLY 2-WIRE SMOKE Accessory SDR BAS 2,3, ACCLIMATE RLY BAS SD, SK and IDP DETECTOR Devices on ,2,3,4,5,6 I-SdrBa...
  • Page 107 Menu Options/Defaults Comments Accessory SDR BAS Single station or Multi station RLY BAS Silence or Non- ALARM/FIRE Silence ALARM Latch or non-latch I-SdrBA Single station or (Intelligent Multi station Sounder Silence or Non- Base) Silence Accessory SDR BAS Single station or Multi station RLY BAS Silence or Non-...
  • Page 108 Menu Options/Defaults Comments UNUSED NOTIF Select OUTPUT Group B NOTIF Super-vised CONTROL Yes or No CIRCUIT NOTIF Select OUTPUT Group Section 9.5 A NOTIF Super-vised CONTROL Yes or No CIRCUIT CON-STANT AUX RESET AUX PWR AUX DOOR AUX SYNC MANUAL PULL WATER-FLOW FIRE SUPER- Latch and Non-Latch feature only...
  • Page 109 Menu Options/Defaults Comments ECS TAMPER Latch and Non-Latch feature only appear for WATERFLOW,FIRE ECS SUPER- SUPERVISORY, FIRE TAMPER, VISORY ZONE AUX1, ZONE AUX2, B SWITCH SYSTEM AUX1, SYSTEM AUX2., ECS INPUT, ECS STATUS POINT TAMPER, and ECS SUPERVISORY Enter Pt /Select Function Select A SWITCH Same as B SWITCH...
  • Page 110 Menu Options/Defaults Comments Set the Hour Set the Minutes *02:00AM Auto Time Test Section Select AM/PM 24 hrs, 12 hrs, Enter Interval *6 hrs, 4 hrs For each phone line (1 & 2) select: See “Phone Lines” Dialing Prefix Up to 9 digits *none on page 125.
  • Page 111 Menu Options/Defaults Comments 75 sec, 90 Sec, 3 min, 5 min, 1 Ethernet Supervise *5 Minutes hr, 24 hrs, 30 days, None 24Hrs, 30 days, See “AlarmNet Cellular Supervise *24 Hours AlarmNet Timers none Timers” on page 127. 10 min, 15 min, 30 Minutes, 1 Old Alarm Time hr, 2 hrs, 4 hrs,...
  • Page 112 Menu Options/Defaults Comments PC Connection VCM Maintenance Voice Local Recording Section 9.9 Options Enable Dual Channel Edit Voice Settings System *=Default 1. Available on 5815XL External. 2. Available on 6815 External. 3. Available on 6815 Internal. 4. Available with SLC Family as IDP. 5.
  • Page 113: Section 9: Programming

    This section of the manual describes how to manually program the control panel from the built-in annunciator. Each subsection discusses these menu options in detail. All options described in this section can be performed using the HFSS Honeywell Fire Software Suite.
  • Page 114: Editing Module Id

    Editing Module ID Press the up or down arrow key to modify the module ID. NOTE: Internal devices, SK-NIC and ECS-NVCM are not able to have their module ID edited Naming Modules You can assign an English name to a system hardware module to make it easier to recognize on a display. If you wish to edit the modules name press the up or down arrow to select each character for the modules name (or press the right arrow to bypass name edit).
  • Page 115: Zone

    Alarm Delay Characteristics  The programmed zone type is provided for user reference only. To modify the zone type use the HFSS Honeywell Fire Software Suite. Select the alarm delay characteristics (see Table 9.1) by pressing the up or down arrow.
  • Page 116 Type of Delay Description Alarm Verification Alarm verification is an optional false alarm prevention feature that verifies an alarm condition by resetting the smoke detector. If the alarm condition still exists by the time the reset cycle has completed, the detector will go into alarm.
  • Page 117: Zone Accessory Options

    * Automatic drift compensation is always in effect for all detectors. See Section for information about how to 10.4.11 check if a detector is in compliance. Use the up or down arrow to scroll through the range or enter directly from the number keys on the annunciator, then press ENTER. NOTE: If the SLC protocol is changed from IDP/SK to SD and a zone's sensitivity is higher than the SD limit, the zone sensitivity will be set to the max value of 150 for the SD family.
  • Page 118: 2: View Group Points

    • Dynamic Activation / Template Override Cadence. (This is shown when the Template override is set to Yes or if a non-voice group is assigned a Select/Dynamic Activation switch number): this setting sets the cadence of the non-voice group mapped to voice select switch when activated using dynamic activation or by a template.
  • Page 119: Point

    Enter the Template number, then press ENTER Press ENTER on the template name to edit the name. You can use words to display a descriptive name for a group. NOTE: See Appendix B for editing names. Right arrow to the OPG and select YES or NO to select which output groups to include in the template. 9.5 Point You may need to change characteristics of individual input points (detectors and switches) even after using JumpStart.
  • Page 120 Type Selection Function Latching Option Comments UNUSED Select for SLC points that are unused. PHOTO Spot photoelectric detectors. Spot ionization detector. HEAT Spot heat detector. DETECTOR PHOTO DUCT Duct photoelectric detector. ION DUCT Duct Ion detector. 2-WIRE SMOKE 2-wire smoke detector. PHOTO Latching Use this option when you want a detector to indicate a supervisory...
  • Page 121 Type Selection Function Latching Option Comments ZONE AUX1 Latching Use these switch types if you want to monitor special zone-level conditions (such as dry contact from a remote power supply). Non Latching ZONE AUX2 Latching Non Latching SYSTEM AUX1 Latching Use these switch types if you want to monitor special system-wide conditions (such as dry contact from a remote power supply).
  • Page 122 Press 4 to enter point menu. Press the up or down arrow key to select the desired module. Refer to Section 8.5 Quick Reference Table for available choices. Then press ENTER. Select S for sensor or M for module. (IDP or SK Only) Enter the number of the point you wish to edit, then press ENTER.
  • Page 123 Type Selection Function Latching Option Comments MANUAL PULL Use this switch type for manual pull stations. This input is always latched. The switch can clear only when an alarm is reset. This switch type has the highest fire priority; it overrides any other type of fire alarm.
  • Page 124 Type Selection Function Latching Option Comments ECS INPUT Latching User also has ECS Event Number 1-8 option for ECS INPUT. Non Latching Only available when an ECS-VCM or ECS-NVCM is installed in the ECS TAMPER Latching system. Non Latching ECS SUPER- Latching SWITCH VISORY...
  • Page 125: 4: Point Programming For 5880 Or 5865 Modules

    12. Repeat Steps 1 through 11 for all circuits. Function Selections Choices Type Selections Comments for each Type Enter Point Select Type UNUSED B NOTIF NOTIF OUTPUT User also has Supervised/ Unsupervised option CONTROL CIRCUIT A NOTIF Same as B NOTIF AUX_PWR CONSTANT Constant auxiliary power.
  • Page 126: 5: Point Programming For 5496

    Press the arrows to select the desired module. Refer to Section 8.5 for available choices. Then press ENTER. Enter Point Select NOTIF Select an Output group or UNUSED for this Zone/Group Select a name for the Point Figure 9.4 Programming Points as Outputs for the 5880 Module Select Switch or Unused Select Function Figure 9.5 Programming Points as inputs for the 5880 Modules...
  • Page 127: 6: Point Programming For Ecs-Amp

    9.5.6 Point Programming for ECS-AMP To program module points: Enter the installer code. The panel will automatically go to the main menu. Select 7 for Panel Programming. Press 4 to enter point menu. Press the up or down arrow key to select the desired module. Refer to Section “Programming Menu Quick Reference” on page 97 for available choices.
  • Page 128 Function Selections for Choices Type Selections Comments each Type MANUAL PULL WATERFLOW FIRE SUPERVISORY FIRE TAMPER Refer to comments column of “Programming Options for FIRE DRILL 5815XL Modules” on page 116 for SILENCE description of these options. RESET Latch or Non-latching feature only 5880 (input 41-48) SWITCH P.A.S.
  • Page 129: System Options

    Function Selections for Choices Type Selections Comments each Type UNUSED MANUAL PULL WATERFLOW FIRE SUPERVISORY FIRE TAMPER Refer to comments column of FIRE DRILL “Programming Options for 6815 SILENCE Modules” on page 118 for RESET description of these options. Latch or Non-latching feature only P.A.S.
  • Page 130  This option is used in conjunction with HFSS Honeywell Fire Software Suite. Use this option to determine the number of rings before the panel answers a call from the computer. Range is 00-15 rings. This option is factory-programmed as 06 rings, which should be com- patible for most installations where the answering machine bypass feature is used.
  • Page 131: Edit Ethernet

     This option is used in conjunction with the HFSS Honeywell Fire Software Suite. This feature ensures that an answering machine will not interfere with communication between the panel and the computer. If an answering machine is used at the panel site, enable this fea- ture;...
  • Page 132: 2: Daytime/Nighttime Sensitivity

    Select 7 for Panel Programming. Select 5 for System Options. From the next menu, select 1 for Communication Options. Select 5 for phone line Gains The available options: *default • Dialing Gain: • Low = 9 DB Attenuation • Normal = 6 DB Attenuation •...
  • Page 133: 4: Time Options

    Select the holiday schedules you wish to edit (1- holidays 1 - 9, 2- holidays 10 - 18). Enter the month of the holiday, then press ENTER. Enter the day of the month for the holiday, then press ENTER. Repeat steps 6 for any remaining holidays you wish to program. 9.6.4 Time Options Through this programming option you can set the water flow delay time, alarm verification time, AC report delay, AC-Frequency, Auto- Resound, and Clock Format.
  • Page 134: 5: Miscellaneous Options

    9.6.5 Miscellaneous Options Through this programming option you can turn on or off strobe synchronization during silence, and display status at idle (auto display event). To edit Miscellaneous Options: Enter the installer code. Select 7 for Program Menu. Select 5 for System Options. Select 5 for Miscellaneous Options.
  • Page 135: 8: Slc Family

    NOTE: See “Editing Text Using the Built-In Programmer” on page 195 for instructions on how to edit banner. Select each character of a word by pressing the up or down arrow, then press the right arrow to move to the next character. When word or sentence is complete press ENTER to save the custom banner.
  • Page 136: 2: Voice Settings

    Select 1 for VCM Maintenance. 9.9.2 Voice Settings Select 7 for Panel Programming. Select 8 for Voice Options. Select 2 for Voice Settings. Enable Dual Channel System This option allows you to select whether dual channel is enabled in the system. For dual channel capabilities the system must only con- tain dual channel voice hardware.
  • Page 137: Section 10: System Operation

    Section 10: System Operation Operation of the control panel is simple. Menus guide you step-by-step through operations. This section of the manual is an overview of the operation menus. Please read this entire section carefully before operating the panel. NOTE: See Section 6.2.5 for information on how to modify user access code profiles 10.1 Default User and Installer Codes Installer Code: Factory-programmed as 123456.
  • Page 138: 2: Banner

    10.2.2 Banner The banner is the message that displays on the control panel when the system is in normal mode (no alarm or trouble condition exists and menus are not in use). You can create a customized message that will display instead of the internal (default) message. See Section 9.6.7 for information on customizing the banner.
  • Page 139: 2: Using The Menus

    In networked setups, each panel stores up to 1000 of its own events. When viewing Event History in the panel, the newest 500 events from every panel in the site will be displayed. When using HFSS Honeywell Fire Software Suite, all 1000 events from every panel in the network will be uploaded.
  • Page 140: 5: Conduct An Indicator Test

    Press any key to end the drill. (If you do not press any key to end the fire drill manually, it will time out automatically after ten minutes). If a fire drill switch has been installed, activating the switch will begin the drill; deactivating the switch will end the drill. 10.4.5 Conduct an Indicator Test The indicator test checks the annunciator LEDs, PZT, and LCD display.
  • Page 141: 9: Silence Alarms Or Troubles

    10.4.9 Silence Alarms or Troubles Press SILENCE to turn off silenceable outputs and annunciator PZTs. If an external silence switch has been installed, activating the switch will silence fire alarms or troubles. If you are already using system menus when you press SILENCE, you will not need to enter your code.
  • Page 142: 12: View Status Of A Point

    A screen similar to those shown in Figure 10.3 will display. Figure 10.3 Checking Detector Sensitivity Compliance You can print detector status up uploading the detector status to and printing from HFSS Honeywell Fire Software Suite. 10.4.12 View Status of a Point From the Main Menu, select 2 for Point Status.
  • Page 143: Event Priority

    System Control is not using the output group. The System Override option is programmable for non-voice output groups on a per output group basis through the panel output group programming menus and in HFSS Honeywell Fire Software Suite. In these places the option is called Allow System Override and defaults to YES.
  • Page 144: 4: Priority Rules

    Fire Zone Aux 2 Alarm Emergency 5 Point Alarm Fire System Aux 1 Alarm Emergency 6 Point Alarm Fire System Aux 2 Alarm Emergency 7 Point Alarm Emergency 8 Point Alarm Emergency Voice Aux 1 Alarm Emergency Voice Aux 2 Alarm Emergency Voice Aux 3 Alarm Emergency Voice Aux 4 Alarm CO Alarm...
  • Page 145 panel# module# site Figure 10.5 Event Display after Two Minutes Sitting idle Operation Occurs When System Behavior In This Mode You Can Mode No alarm or SYSTEM POWER LED is on. Enter the appropriate code to activate the User or trouble condition The All Systems Normal display indicates that Installer Menu.
  • Page 146 Operation Occurs When System Behavior In This Mode You Can Mode The system will report events to the central Press down arrow to view the fire supervisory station. condition. A screen similar to this one displays. The on-board annunciator sounds a loud, pulsing beep to distinguish supervisory signals.
  • Page 147: 1: Multi-Site Annunciator And Multi-Site User Access

    Single Interlock Zone does not. An interlock switch is typically a dry-con- tact pressure switch. When Single or Double Interlock Zone releasing is selected using HFSS Honeywell Fire Software Suite, the software suite will automat- ically default the following system parameters: NOTE: The defaults created can be modified through programming if desired.
  • Page 148 Rated Voltage, DC Milliamp Asco T8210A107 24 VDC 8210G207 24 VDC HV2740607 24 VDC HV2838521 24 VDC HV2740608 24 VDC Honeywell/Skinner 701X7028 24 VDC Barnbrook System EA45 24 VDC Kidde Fenwal 890181 24 VDC 2000 486500 24 VDC 895630 24 VDC...
  • Page 149: 2: Double Interlock Zone Releasing

    Conditions Required for an Interlock Release Alert Output Activation  If any single addressable detector is activated, the “Interlock Release Alert” output will activate. This alerts the user that the initial stages required for a release condition are present. (Also refer to Table 10.4). Conditions required for a Detector Alarm and Interlock Release Alarm Output ...
  • Page 150: Smoke Alarm Verification

    Conditions Required for a Interlock Release Alarm Output Activation  Any release requires the activation of an interlock switch, and either a manual release switch or 2 activated addressable detectors. When these conditions are met, the “Interlock Release Alarm” and “Detector Alarm” outputs will activate, and the “Interlock Release Alert” outputs will deactivate.
  • Page 151: 1: Recording An F-Key Macro

    This option is programmable for each output group map through HFSS Honeywell Fire Software Suite. When an F-Key is active and a map in the system is set to be disable by Map Inhibit, the system will show a trouble event indicating it as such.
  • Page 152: Section 11: Emergency Communication System Operation

    Section 11: Emergency Communication System Operation 11.1 Overview The ECS series control panels and accessories provides features to meet the requirements for a Mass Notification Systems as described in NFPA 72 and is compliant with the UL 2572 standard. The ECS (Emergency Communication System) is integrated with the fire alarm and voice evacuation functions of the control panel.
  • Page 153: Select Key Leds

    LOC Priority LOCs are assigned (through panel or HFSS Honeywell Fire Software Suite programming of the ECS-VCM, ECS-NVCM or ECS-RVM) an LOC priority of low, normal, or high. LOCs with a higher priority are always able to gain control from a lower priority LOC.
  • Page 154: User Profile Access Control

    User Profile Access Control The user will need to enter an access code containing the ECS Control Request or ECS Super User profile option to gain ECS Control. ECS Control Request and ECS Super User profile options will be mutually exclusive to the system. If the access code has ECS Super User, the ECS Control Request is ignored and activations by that user are always as ECS Super User.
  • Page 155: 7: Passing Ecs Control

    11.2.7 Passing ECS Control Passing of ECS Control is allowed when two LOCs have the same priority. When it is possible to pass control, a prompt (similar to Figure 11.2) will display in which the user can: request control from the LOC with ECS Control, enter an access code with the ECS Super User profile option to override the other LOC, or wait for the lockout timer to expire (if applicable).
  • Page 156: Ecs Point Functionality

    11.4 ECS Point Functionality Any input point in the system can be configured as an ECS input. The Point ECS 1-8 Alarm input types can be used to trigger predeter- mined ECS events for output areas. ECS-VCM, ECS-NVCM or ECS-RVM points can be programmed to trigger Voice Aux events that can allow external audio to be played through the emergency system.
  • Page 157: 1: Adding An Loc

    These options may include: number of switch expanders installed, microphone type, microphone gain, auxiliary gain, tone gain, message gain, keypad priority, port 1 used, port 2 used, select switch, panel, network paging and associated keypad. NOTE: An LOC specific name can also be editing using HFSS Honeywell Fire Software Suite. To edit an existing module: Enter the installer code.
  • Page 158: Paging

    The ECS-Series VCM or NVCM come with 15 recordable message slots. Message 1-15 can be recorded from the microphone, Aux Input or by using the Message Manager utility of HFSS Honeywell Fire Software Suite. All messages can be a maximum of one minute.
  • Page 159 When in the record mode the ECS-VCM switches will function as follows: ECS Message Key 1 ECS Message Key 3 Select Keys 1-15 ECS Message Key 8 Function ECS Message Key 1 Select message slot to record to ECS Message Key 3 Start and stop recording from Aux Audio Input ECS Message Key 8 Erase user message 1-15...
  • Page 160 Follow these steps to input user message using Aux Audio Input: Wire a speaker cable with 1/8” mini plug to Aux AUDIO GND and IN terminals. Refer to Figure 11.5. Plug in here Figure 11.5 AUX Audio Connection for Recording Plug the mini plug into the Line Out/Headphone jack on a PC or Laptop.
  • Page 161: 2: Recording Messages 1-15 Using The Microphone

    Pressing Select Key 2 will start a playback of the recorded message. Press ECS Message Key 1 to enter message slot selection mode Press ECS Press Message Key 3 Select Key 2 to start and stop to record recording from Message to the Aux Audio this slot...
  • Page 162: 3: Erasing User Message

    Pressing Select Key 5 will start a playback of the recorded message. Press ECS Message Key to enter message slot selection mode Press Select Key 5 to record to this message slot Figure 11.7 Recording with Microphone Example 11.8.3 Erasing User Message To erase the message stored in switch 1-15 memory location follow these steps: Enter programming mode at main control panel.
  • Page 163: Network Paging

    Connect the PC to the FACP USB port using a standard USB cable. ECS-NVCM will use the USB on the FACP (See Figure 11.8 on page 160). ECS-VCM will use the USB port on the ECS-VCM. Figure 11.8 USB Cable Connections Run the Voice Message Load software.
  • Page 164: Section 12: Reporting

    Central stations listed below. Manufacturer Model Format Honeywell Model 9800 SIA and Contact ID Model 9000 (SIA formats) Honeywell Security AlarmNet 7810-ir IP and Cellular Receiver, Contact ID only Ademco MX8000 SIA and Contact ID Ademco...
  • Page 165 SIA Reporting Format Contact ID Reporting Format SIA pi Modifier Event Description Module Parameter Fixed Length Qualifier Event Group # Contact # ID # (If Event Format NN - Code Any) Codes panel ID XX- SBUS ID ZZZ- Zone # PPPP- Point # GGG- Group # E- Emergency #...
  • Page 166 SIA Reporting Format Contact ID Reporting Format SIA pi Modifier Event Description Module Parameter Fixed Length Qualifier Event Group # Contact # ID # (If Event Format NN - Code Any) Codes panel ID XX- SBUS ID ZZZ- Zone # PPPP- Point # GGG- Group # E- Emergency #...
  • Page 167 SIA Reporting Format Contact ID Reporting Format SIA pi Modifier Event Description Module Parameter Fixed Length Qualifier Event Group # Contact # ID # (If Event Format NN - Code Any) Codes panel ID XX- SBUS ID ZZZ- Zone # PPPP- Point # GGG- Group # E- Emergency #...
  • Page 168 SIA Reporting Format Contact ID Reporting Format SIA pi Modifier Event Description Module Parameter Fixed Length Qualifier Event Group # Contact # ID # (If Event Format NN - Code Any) Codes panel ID XX- SBUS ID ZZZ- Zone # PPPP- Point # GGG- Group # E- Emergency #...
  • Page 169 SIA Reporting Format Contact ID Reporting Format SIA pi Modifier Event Description Module Parameter Fixed Length Qualifier Event Group # Contact # ID # (If Event Format NN - Code Any) Codes panel ID XX- SBUS ID ZZZ- Zone # PPPP- Point # GGG- Group # E- Emergency #...
  • Page 170 SIA Reporting Format Contact ID Reporting Format SIA pi Modifier Event Description Module Parameter Fixed Length Qualifier Event Group # Contact # ID # (If Event Format NN - Code Any) Codes panel ID XX- SBUS ID ZZZ- Zone # PPPP- Point # GGG- Group # E- Emergency #...
  • Page 171 SIA Reporting Format Contact ID Reporting Format SIA pi Modifier Event Description Module Parameter Fixed Length Qualifier Event Group # Contact # ID # (If Event Format NN - Code Any) Codes panel ID XX- SBUS ID ZZZ- Zone # PPPP- Point # GGG- Group # E- Emergency #...
  • Page 172 SIA Reporting Format Contact ID Reporting Format SIA pi Modifier Event Description Module Parameter Fixed Length Qualifier Event Group # Contact # ID # (If Event Format NN - Code Any) Codes panel ID XX- SBUS ID ZZZ- Zone # PPPP- Point # GGG- Group # E- Emergency #...
  • Page 173 SIA Reporting Format Contact ID Reporting Format SIA pi Modifier Event Description Module Parameter Fixed Length Qualifier Event Group # Contact # ID # (If Event Format NN - Code Any) Codes panel ID XX- SBUS ID ZZZ- Zone # PPPP- Point # GGG- Group # E- Emergency #...
  • Page 174: Sia - Intelliknight / Panels Pi Modifier Reporting

    SIA Reporting Format Contact ID Reporting Format SIA pi Modifier Event Description Module Parameter Fixed Length Qualifier Event Group # Contact # ID # (If Event Format NN - Code Any) Codes panel ID XX- SBUS ID ZZZ- Zone # PPPP- Point # GGG- Group # E- Emergency #...
  • Page 175: Sia - Panel Communicator

    Event Fire Trouble Point EE-ZZ /EE- pi97/FT200 Fire Trouble Zone EE-Z Fire Trouble-Nac Point EE-ZZ /EE- pi98/FT7 Circuit 7 Z=Pt. # Fire Trouble-Nac Zone EE-ZZZ FT400 Circuit 7 ZZZ=OPG# Table 12.4 SIA- Panels - PI Modifier Reporting Examples 12.3 SIA – Panel Communicator: (Differences/additional features are underlined) Events are sent to the Central Station Receiver as a fixed length string: The event format is:...
  • Page 176 Fire Trouble-Nac Point Nac Circuit 7 EE-PP-MM-ZZZZ FT22980007 ZZZZ=Pt. # Fire Trouble-Nac Zone Nac Circuit 7 EE-PP-MM-ZZZZ FT22980007 ZZZZ=OPG # Table 12.5 SIA REPORTING EXAMPLES IFP-300 / IFP-300ECS Manual P/N LS10145-001SK-E:B 12/18/2017...
  • Page 177: Section 13: Testing And Troubleshooting

    This section of the manual offers suggestions for troubleshooting hardware problems. Please read this section if you encounter a problem when installing the control panel. If these suggestions do not solve your problem or if you encounter a problem that is not listed here, contact Honeywell Technical Support at 800-446-6444 for assistance. Common Problems:...
  • Page 178: Built-In Troubleshooting And Testing Tools

    To view event history: Press 3 to select Event History. Press the up or down arrow key to view events in the history buffer. 13.3 Built-in Troubleshooting and Testing Tools The fire control panel has several built-in testing and troubleshooting tools that can be utilized to save time while testing and trouble- shooting points and SLC devices.
  • Page 179: 3: I/O Point Control

    13.3.3 I/O Point Control This feature allows you to toggle any output on or off and trip any input device. This can be useful to test a point’s output mapping. I/O Point Control shall only be allowed to be accessed if enabled by the user profile. Follow these steps to control an I/O point: Select 2 (Point Functions) from the Main Menu.
  • Page 180: Section 14: Installation Records

    Section 14: Installation Records This section of the manual is for you to use if you wish to track how points, zones, and groups have been programmed. 14.1 Detector and Module Point Record If installing IDP or SK SLC devices, use Table 14.1 to record detector points (up to 159 per SLC loop) installed on the on-board SLC loop and make a copy of Table 14.2 to record installed modules (up to 159 per SLC loop).
  • Page 181 Zone / Module Addr Description Module Addr Zone/ Group Description Group On-board On-board On-board On-board On-board On-board On-board On-board On-board On-board On-board On-board On-board On-board On-board On-board On-board On-board On-board On-board On-board On-board On-board On-board On-board On-board On-board On-board On-board On-board On-board On-board...
  • Page 182 Zone / Module Addr Description Module Addr Zone/ Group Description Group Table 14.2 : Installation Record of Devices Installed on SLC IFP-300 / IFP-300ECS Manual P/N LS10145-001SK-E:B 12/18/2017...
  • Page 183: Conventional Output Point Record

    14.2 Conventional Output Point Record This chart can be used to keep track of how conventional output points (circuits) have been configured. Point/Circuit Group Description IFP-300 / IFP-300ECS Manual P/N LS10145-001SK-E:B 12/18/2017...
  • Page 184: Appendix A: Compatible Devices

    Appendix A: Compatible Devices A.1 Notification Appliances For proper operation, you must use polarized devices with a 4.7k ohm EOL resistor on each loop. All supervised notification appliances used with the control panel must be polarized. NOTE: Not all devices can use the Sync feature, be sure to check table below to ensure the device you have chosen will work with this feature.
  • Page 185 Manufacturer Model Audio Visual Type S2415-FC Strobe S241575-FC Strobe S2430-FC Strobe 130-3117C Mini Horn 130-3147C Mini Horn BLV-6 Vibrating Bell BLV-10 Vibrating Bell BLVCH Vibrating Chime H12/24-FC Horn H12/24W-FC Horn H12/24K-FC Horn HC12/24-FC Horn HC12/24W-FC Horn HC12/24K-FC Horn P2415-FC Horn/Strobe P2415W-FC Horn/Strobe P2415K-FC...
  • Page 186 Manufacturer Model Audio Visual Type GEC-24-15 Horn/Strobe GEC-24-30 Horn/Strobe GEC-24-60 Horn/Strobe GEC-24-75 Horn/Strobe GEC-24-177 Horn/Strobe GEC-24-110 Horn/Strobe GEC-24-15/75 Horn/Strobe GX91 MiniHorn Steady Tone GX93 MiniHorn Temporal Tone HG124 Horn HS24-15 Horn/Strobe HS24-30 Horn/Strobe HS24-60 Horn/Strobe HS24-75 Horn/Strobe HS24-110 Horn/Strobe HS24-1575 Horn/Strobe GCC24 Multi Candella Horn/Strobe Ceiling Mount...
  • Page 187 Manufacturer Model Audio Visual Type Chime Chime CHSR 2-Wire Chime/Strobe CHSW 2-Wire Chime/Strobe Horn Horn Horn Horn WHT Wall 4x4 Horn Red Wall 4x4 HGRL Horn Red Wall 2x4 HGWL Horn WHT Wall 2x4 CHWL Chime WHT Wall 4x4 CHRL Chime Red Wall 4x4 CHSRL Chime/Strobe Red Wall 4x4...
  • Page 188 Manufacturer Model Audio Visual Type 4-Wire Horn/Strobe PC4W 4-Wire Horn/Strobe P4WH 4-Wire Horn/Strobe High Candela PC4WH 4-Wire Horn/Strobe High Candela P4RK 4-Wire Horn/Strobe PC4RK 4-Wire Horn/Strobe P4RHK 4-Wire Horn/Strobe High Candela PC4RHK 4-Wire Horn/Strobe High Candela PC4RH 4-Wire Horn/Strobe High Candela P2RL, P2RL-P, P2RL-SP* Horn/Strobe 2W Red Wall 4x4 P2WL, P2WL-P, P2WL-SP*...
  • Page 189 Manufacturer Model Audio Visual Type SCRHK Strobe High Candela SRL, SRL-P, SRL-SP* Strobe Red Wall 4x4 SWL, SWL-P, SWL-ALERT Strobe White Wall 4x4 SWL-CLR-ALERT* SCRL Strobe Red Ceil 4x4 SCWL Strobe White Ceil 4x4 System SCWL-CLR-ALERT Strobe WHT Ceil CLR Lens 4x4 Sensor (cont.) SGRL...
  • Page 190 Manufacturer Model Audio Visual Type HS-24 Horn HS4-241575W Horn/Strobe HS4-24MCW Horn/Strobe HS4-24MCWH Horn/Strobe HS4-24MCC Horn/Strobe MIZ-24S Mini Horn Strobe MT-121575W MultitoneHorn Strobe MT-241575W Multitone Horn Strobe MT-24MCW Multitone Horn Strobe MTWP-2475W Multitone Horn Strobe MTWP-2475C Multitone Horn Strobe MTG-121575W Multitone Horn Strobe MTR-121575W Multitone Horn Strobe MTWPA-2475W...
  • Page 191 Manufacturer Model Audio Visual Type RSSR-2475W Strobe RSSR-2475C Strobe RSSR-24110C Strobe RSSA-24110W Strobe RSSB-24110W Strobe RSSG-24110W Strobe RSSR-24110W Strobe RSSA-24MCC Multi-Cd Strobe RSSB-24MCC Multi-Cd Strobe RSSG-24MCC Multi-Cd Strobe RSSR-24MCC Multi-Cd Strobe RSSWPA-2475W Strobe Weatherproof RSSWPA-24MCCH Strobe Weatherproof RSSWPG-24MCCH Strobe Weatherproof RSSWPR-24MCCH Strobe Weatherproof RSSWP-2475W...
  • Page 192: A.3.1: Two Wire Detectors

    A.1.1 Two Wire Detectors Table A.2 lists two-wire smoke detectors that are compatible with the fire control panel. The table is organized by manufacturer. The col- umns show the number of detectors per loop that can be used. IFP-300/ECS Identifier 17.1 - 27.3 VDC Operating voltage Range NOTE: The maximum number of smoke detectors per zone is determined by both the current draw and the impedance of the smoke detector.
  • Page 193 A.2 Four-Wire Smoke Detectors/Devices (UL Listed) Max Standby Alarm Smoke Detector/Base Detector Type Current (mA) Current (mA) Fenwal CPD-7021 (w/70-201000-005 Base) Ionization 0.10 Fenwal PSD-7125 Photoelectric 0.10 Fenwal PSD-7126 (w/70-201000-005 Base) Photoelectric 0.10 Fire-Lite BLP-12-4W Base Gentex 824 Photoelectric 0.50 Gentex 824T Photoelectric 0.50...
  • Page 194 Max Standby Alarm Smoke Detector/Base Detector Type Current (mA) Current (mA) System Sensor 6424 Projected Beam 28.4 System Sensor Beam 1224(S) Projected Beam 38.5 * Contact manufacturer for current draws Table A.3 Compatible Four-Wire Smoke Detectors Door Holders (UL Listed) Table A.4 lists door holders that are compatible with the fire control panel.
  • Page 195: A.7: Compatible 520Hz Signaling Speakers

    A.5 Compatible 520Hz Signaling Speakers Model Number Description Wall High-Fidelity Speaker, Red Wall High-Fidelity Speaker, White SPCR Ceiling High-Fidelity Speaker, Red SPCW Ceiling High-Fidelity Speaker, White SPSR Wall High-Fidelity Speaker Strobe, Red SPSRH Wall High-Fidelity Speaker Strobe, High Candela, Red SPSW Wall High-Fidelity Speaker Strobe, White SPSCR...
  • Page 196: Appendix B: Editing Text Using The Built-In Programmer

    Appendix B: Editing Text Using the Built-In Programmer This section contains tables of programmable characters that may be used for device, module, site, template, group, and zone names or phone numbers. T9 style editing is used. B.1 Characters Used for Editing Text Table B.1 lists the available characters and their associated numeric designator.
  • Page 197: Appendix C: Expanded Receiver/Panel Relationship

    Appendix C: Expanded Receiver/Panel Relationship The available receiver number will correspond with what panel number you entered. Receiver numbers are populated based on panel number and audited to allow only the 4 appropriate receivers. See Section 6: Panel Available receiver numbers Table C-1 Receiver/panel relationship IFP-300 / IFP-300ECS Manual P/N LS10145-001SK-E:B 12/18/2017...
  • Page 198 IFP-300 / IFP-300ECS Manual P/N LS10145-001SK-E:B 12/18/2017...
  • Page 199: Appendix D: Cadence Patterns

    Appendix D: Cadence Patterns Figure D.1 The cadence patterns shown in Appendix D are available for use with the control panel. Figure D.2 Cadence Patterns Available with the Control Panel IFP-300 / IFP-300ECS Manual P/N LS10145-001SK-E:B 12/18/2017...
  • Page 200: Panel Security

    Panel Security Panel installation / maintenance security checklist System Description: ________________________________________________________________ System Location: __________________________________________________________________ Installer: _________________________________________________ Date: __________________ Complete the following Cyber security tasks for each panel Install • Install the panel in a secure location considering both software and hardware vulnerabilities. •...
  • Page 201: Honeywell Fire Product Warranty And Return Policy

    Honeywell Fire Product Warranty and Return Policy General Terms and Conditions • All new fire products manufactured by Honeywell have a limited warranty period of 36 months from the date of manufacture against defects in materials and workmanship. See limited warranty statement for details.
  • Page 202: Manufacturer Warranties And Limitation Of Liability

    • Repairs and returns should be sent to: Honeywell Fire Systems Attn: Repair Department / RA Number_______________________ 12 Clintonville Road Northford, CT 06472 USA Manufacturer Warranties and Limitation of Liability Manufacturer Warranties. Subject to the limitations set forth herein, Manufacturer warrants that the Products...
  • Page 203 Model IFP-300 Basic Operating Instructions These Instructions must be framed and displayed next to the IFP-300 panel in accor- dance with NFPA 72 fire code for Local Protected Fire Alarm Systems. Test the system in accordance to NFPA 72. Operation Task to Perform Silence Alarms and Press SILENCE then enter a code if prompted.
  • Page 205 Model IFP-300ECS Basic Operating Instructions These instructions must be framed and displayed next to the IFP-300ECS panel in accordance with NFPA 72 fire code for Local Protected Fire Alarm Systems. FS = Fire System ECS = Emergency Communication System Operation Task to Perform Silence Alarms and Press SILENCE then enter a code if prompted.
  • Page 207 Ready NON-ACTIVE CALL ECS Control ALL CALL to Talk LED ECS Control LED Select LED’s Message (1-8) Activate Keys Message Select Keys LEDS Figure 1-1: ECS Front view Table 1-1: LED Conditions Color States Meaning The corresponding area is active for the currently playing ECS message. The corresponding area is not active.
  • Page 209 Table 1-2: ECS Control Request Operation Task Gain ECS Control at an LOC Press the ECS Control Key and enter a code if prompted. If ECS Control is available, the ECS Control LED will illuminate. If another LOC has ECS Control, the display will be similar to the one shown. Press 1 to request control.
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