ID2000 Series Installation & Commissioning Manual
DO NOT use a
screwdriver to lever the
PCB away from the
5.8.1 Fitting the Replacement Base PCB
10 Taking suitable anti-static precautions and with the
replacement Base PCB orientated correctly, offer it
to the main chassis PCB enclosure. With the locating
holes on the PCB lined up with the hank-bush studs,
guide the Base PCB into position.
11 Using a No. 1 Posidriv screwdriver starting with the
top left corner, gently fix each of the seven (7)
M3 x 10 SEM screws from step 8 in turn and then
secure. DO NOT over-tighten.
Note: Set the link settings on the replacement PCB to
those noted in step 8.
12 Re-fit all PCBs removed in steps 5, 6 and 7 above.
Re-fit the main chassis in the back box - using the
reverse of the main chassis removal procedure.
13 With all items replaced and wiring and cabling re-
terminated, re-connect earthing cables, mains power
first and then the batteries to the panel.
5.8.2 Cables & Wiring
Disconnect/reconnect the following from the Base PCB:
Power Sockets, SK18 and SK21, (from PSU or DTP).
Data Socket, SK11, (from Processor PCB).
Loop cabling connectors, SK6 and SK7, (Loops 1 & 2).
Fault and Fire Relay sockets (SK8 and SK9).
Cover Off connector, SK10 (not used).
Auxiliary sockets, SK4 and SK5.
Input Sockets, SK3 (Input 1 only supported for VdS
viii. Output Sockets (SK1 and SK2).
Comms sockets (A and B), SK12 and SK13 (from Isolated
RS485 Interface PCB or Printer RS232 Interface PCB, if
Socket SK14 for Loops 3/4 Interface PCB (if applicable).
Socket SK16 for Loops 5/6 Interface PCB (if applicable).
Socket SK17 for Loops 7/8 Interface PCB (if applicable).
RS232 Off-line Configuration PC Connector, P1.
Zone Expansion Socket, SK19 (refer to Section 5.5).
Power socket, SK20 (from Kit PSU2.5A only).
Outputs 1 to 4 are labelled A and B. These should be wired as
For Sounders, A is negative and B is Positive.
For Volt-free Contacts (outputs 3 & 4 only), A is normally
open or closed, B is common.
The selection of sounders or Volt-free Contacts,
normally open or closed, is described in Section
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