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ID2000 Series Installation & Commissioning Manual
EN54-2 : 8.2.4c.

Earth Fault Monitoring

is required.
The diagnostic RS232
serial port connector
P1 is NOT an isolated

8.5.2 Battery Disposal

As a minimum, replace the batteries every four years.
The battery units should always be disposed of in
accordance with the battery manufacturer 's
recommendations and local regulations.
8.6 Earth Fault Monitoring
The ID2000 Series panels are fitted with an earth fault
monitoring circuit located on the Base PCB. Earth fault
monitoring should be enabled during normal operation;
this is the default condition and is indicated by a fitted
jumper link on JP1 (A) in the top right-hand corner of
the Base PCB (this is clearly marked on the PCB with
'EFD' above the link). To disable the earth fault
monitoring, remove the link. The presence of an earth
fault is also indicated by a yellow LED next to JP1.
WARNING: If an earth fault already exists, DO NOT
equipment likely to cause earth faults
as damage may result, i.e. inhibiting the
monitoring will not protect the
Note: Direct connection of a VDU etc. to the RS232 serial
port D-type plug connector P1 (B), located on the
Base PCB lower edge, will result in an earth fault and
potential damage to the equipment. This fault can be
removed by use of an isolated RS232 link or by
(temporarily) disabling the earth leakage detection.
Wait for at least one minute after disabling the earth
fault monitoring circuit before plugging into P1.
Important Notice
The diagnostic RS232 serial port (connector P1)
is NOT isolated. It must only be used to connect
the Off-line Configuration Tool PC or any other
suitably-isolated device.
997-433-000-5, Issue 5
May 2010



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