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Control & Indications - Honeywell GENT Xenex Operating Instructions And Log Book

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Fire Panels
Zones
red
FIRE
Fault
System
yellow
Power
Earth
Sounder
Disabled
Other Fault
indications
CONTROLS - are only available
when an access code is entered.
The numeric keypad allows the
entry of numeric data.
q Shift key. The Shift/Function
key gives access to the main
functions of the panel.
q Display test key. Pressing the
Display Test key after entry of
an access code#. This will
initiate a sequence which
illuminates all the indicators for
checking.
# Coded entry is only
required if Cancel Buzzer and
Display Test functions are
configured for operation at
Access level 2.
q Cancel Buzzer. Pressing the
Cancel Buzzer button after
entry of an access code# will
stop the internal buzzer sound.
q System Reset. The system
reset key when pressed after
entry of an access code will
return the system to its normal
operating state. If there are
uncleared fires or faults then
these conditions will re-occur.
q Sound Alarms. Pressing the
Sound Alarms button after entry
of an access code will sound all
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Controls and indicators
ZONE Fire, Fault or Disablement indications
yellow
1
2
3
4
Cancel
System
Buzzer
Reset
Sound
Silence
Display
Alarms
Alarms
Essential controls
of the system alarms. The
button should only be pressed
in an emergency or at other
agreed times, ie for sounder
tests etc. Pressing the sound
alarms button does not action
the auxiliary relay.
q Silence Alarms. Pressing the
Silence Alarms button after
entry of an access code will
silence the system alarms.
Should only be pressed when
the emergency is over.
Indicators
q Fire. When lit indicates that the
system has detected a fire.
q Fault. When lit or flashing
indicates that there is a fault
condition on the system which
requires rectification.
q Zone Fire/Fault/Disablement.
Red indicator illuminates when
there is a zone fire, it can be a
steady or flashing indication.
For a zone fault the yellow
indicator is flashing. A lit zone
yellow indicator along with the
Disabled indicator is used to
show a disabled zone.
q System Fault. This indicator
when lit indicates that there is a
fault in the panel's processor.
5
6
7
2
3
1
4
5
6
8
9
7
v
0
Shift
Numeric
keypad
Display test
Shift or Function
key
key
4
yellow
8
Test
Normally lit
green
to indicate
Power supply
Power
healthy
Delay
yellow
yellow
Access /
Function
The light is lit when
the Function key is pressed
or there is an entry to controls
with coded access
q Power Fault. When lit or
flashing indicates that there is a
power supply fault present.
q Earth Fault. This indicator
when lit or flashing indicates
that there is an Earth Fault on
the system.
q Sounder Fault. When flashing
in conjunction with a flashing
fault indicator indicates a
sounder fault. When lit in
conjunction with the disabled
indicator indicates that the
sounders are disabled.
q Disabled. Illuminates along with
the sounder or the zone
indicators to show a disabled
condition.
q Test. When lit indicates that the
panel is in Test mode.
q Power. When lit indicates that
the panel is powered up.
q Delay. When lit it indicates that
a delay will be effective after
detection of a fire before
activation of system alarms.
q Access/Function. The
Access/Function lamp will flash
when the shift key is pressed
and will be lit when the coded
functions are accessed.

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