Operating instructions and Log Book Fire Control and Repeat panels (Conventional 2, 4 and 8 Zone panel range) Operating instructions This manual covers the Operating instructions Contents Page and Log book, and is intended for use by the User responsibility End User.
Fire Panels User responsibility q That no unsafe practices that Your fire alarm system should installed, an in-depth investigation have been designed, installed and could lead to fire are being should be instigated on commissioned to your site specific undertaken. occurrence of two false alarms in requirements and in accordance any rolling 12 months.
Fire Panels Testing a Manual Call Point Testing a Manual call point To test a manual call point you will need a call point test key, see instructions supplied with the call point as the procedures may vary dependent on the call point. q Push the test key through the hole in the underside of the call point and release the key to activate the call point.
Fire Panels Controls and indicators ZONE Fire, Fault or Disablement indications yellow Zones yellow FIRE Test Normally lit Fault green to indicate Power supply Power System healthy yellow Delay Cancel System Power Buzzer Reset yellow yellow Earth Access / Sounder Function Sound Silence...
Normal indications Fire Panels Operating instructions Normal indications Under normal condition the panel should give a healthy indication, with only the green Power light lit. The control panel provides system security by password entry to controls. Fire Condition In the event of an automatic fire detection the indications given are: q FIRE light is lit.
Fire Panels Indications given of various conditions Indications given of various conditions CONDITIONS Normal Fire New fire Access Function (different level 2, 3 zone) or 4 pressed Visual Zone Fire (1-8) - Red Fire Common Disabled - Yellow Test - Yellow Power - Green Access / Function - Yellow Fast pulse...
Fault Conditions Fire Panels Other Access level 2 operations To carry out a display test q Enter the 3 digit code to gain access to the controls. - Coded entry is only required if Display test function is configured for operation at Access level 2. q Press the ‘shift‘...
Fire Panels Fault Conditions How to disable a zone Disabling a zone will prevent fires being detected in the zone. q Enter the 3 digit code to gain access to the controls. Check that the Access/function lamp is lit. q Press the and 1 buttons followed by the number of the zone to be disabled.
Fire Alarm System Fire Panels Log Book Fire Alarm System In order to satisfy the recommendations of BS 5839 Part 1 there should be a log book to record system events, that is maintained by a responsible person. The following pages provide layout of a log book. Address of protected premises________________________________________________________________ Responsible person:________________________________________________________________________ System designer:__________________________________________________________________________...
Fire Panels System configuration record System configuration record Record of how the system is configured. Mark in the table below any deviation(s) from the standard factory settings Detection and zone circuit configuration Zone number Normal zone operation (factory setting) Non latching zone operation First fire to be a pulsing indication (factory setting) First fire to be a steady indication Zone short circuit to give a fault (factory...
Location of system devices Fire Panels Location of system devices Record of devices installed in the system, their locations and zone relationships for reference. Zones Location Type of system device Events Log It is recommended that a Log book is created were a record of system events and work done is kept. Record events other than false alarms and maintenance work.
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