Download  Print this page

Connecting The Loop Wiring To The Panel; Loop Checks After Connecting Wiring - Honeywell NOTIFIER ID2000 Series Installation & Commissioning Manual

Hide thumbs

Advertisement

NEVER connect the
batteries before the
mains supply!
997-433-000-5, Issue 5
May 2010
ID2000 Series Installation & Commissioning Manual
2 Check the continuity of each leg of the loop and
3 Using a meter with a diode test facility, connect the
4 Connect the meter in 'normal' polarity (+ve to loop +ve
5 If reversed device(s) are indicated in step 4, they
6 Use a meter to check that there are no connections
Note: It is recommended that the cable screen is earthed

8.4.3 Connecting the Loop Wiring to the Panel

When the loop wiring has been checked and found to be
satisfactory, do the following:
1 Remove the temporary links on the isolator units (OPAL
2 Connect the loop wiring to the panel. Ensure that the

8.4.4 Loop Checks After Connecting Wiring

When the loop wiring has been connected, do the following:
1 Re-connect the mains power - NEVER connect the
2 Check the LCD for indications of any faults. Refer to
44
Appendix 3 of this manual or the LBC for OPAL device
types fitted with internal isolators. The following tests
should then be carried out using a multimeter.
measure the end-to-end resistance. Verify that it is
less than:
37 ohms to guarantee dual device detection
71 ohms if dual device detection is not required.
meter in 'reversed' polarity (+ve to loop -ve and -ve
to loop +ve). The meter should indicate the presence
of a number of forward-biased diodes in parallel.
and -ve to loop -ve). The meter should initially read low
resistance but this should increase as the capacitor in
each of the loop devices charges. If the meter indicates
the presence of a forward-biased diode then it is
probable that one or more of the loop devices is
connected in reversed polarity or the wiring is crossed.
may be located by successive halving of the loop (if
the site layout makes this difficult, the affected section
of the loop can be identified from the panel fault
messages after the system has been configured and
the links in the isolators removed).
between each cable screen and:
a. the +ve conductor of the cable.
b. the -ve conductor of the cable.
at the panel only.
protocol-compatible sensor bases, B501 AP, automatically
link out so these can be ignored at any addresses where
devices with an internal isolator are
polarity is correct; the ends nominated as A and B
must be fitted to the correct terminals.
batteries before the mains supply!
Appendix 1 for a list of system fault messages and
possible causes.
installed).

Advertisement

loading

  Also See for Honeywell NOTIFIER ID2000 Series

This manual is also suitable for:

Notifier id2002