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  • Page 1 ID3000/ ID2000 fire panel configuration tool manual 997-291 Version 3.05b November 2010...
  • Page 2 ID3000/ID2000 Fire Panel Configuration Tool Manual Quick Contents Reference by Section 3 Loop Devices 4 Control Matrix (CBE) 2 Panel Settings 5 Time-of-Day 1 Introduction Programs CLICK HERE 6 Networking FOR FULL CONTENTS LIST 997-291, Version 3.05 November 2010...
  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    ID3000/ID2000 Fire Panel Configuration Tool Manual Contents Page Introduction PC Specification Installation Starting the Tool 1.3.1 Authentication Option Connecting a PC to the Panel 1-4 Tool Overview and Menus 1.5.1 Tool Language Setting 1.5.2 Tool Window 1.5.3 File Menu 1.5.4 Panel Menu 1.5.5 Repeater Menu 1.5.6 View Menu 1-12...
  • Page 4 ID3000/ID2000 Fire Panel Configuration Tool Manual Panel Settings Configuration 2-1 Specification Tab Loop Setting Tab Port/Printer Options Tab Pulse Options Tab ÜE Configuration Tab 2-10 Remote Fire Outputs Tab 2-12 Tests Tab 2-14 Disablements Tab 2-15 Day/Night Mode Tab 2-18 2.10 Other Options Tab 2-20...
  • Page 5 ID3000/ID2000 Fire Panel Configuration Tool Manual 4.1.2 Input Event Statement 4.1.3 Output Event Statement 4.1.4 Extinguishing System Function 4-8 4.1.5 Logic Operations with Transfer Flags 4-12 Review/Edit Control Matrix Entries 4-16 4.2.1 Review Entries 4-16 4.2.2 Amend/Create/Delete Entry 4-16 4.2.3 Print Menu 4-17 4.2.4 Thermal Alarm Verification Delay...
  • Page 6 ID3000/ID2000 Fire Panel Configuration Tool Manual 6.2.2 Procedure net Peer-to-Peer Network 6.3.1 Introduction 6.3.2 Procedure 6-11 6.3.3 Sector Configuration 6-13 Appendix 1 Historic & Data Log Tool Appendix 2 Database Query Utility Appendix 3 Additional Logic Example 997-291, Version 3.05 November 2010...
  • Page 7: Introduction

    ID3000/ID2000 Fire Panel Configuration Tool Manual Introduction The ID3000/ID2000 Fire Panel Configuration Tool (PN: 020-558) allows the user to: a. Configure panel settings, loop devices, the Control Matrix and a network by using a PC remote from the fire panel. b.
  • Page 8: Pc Specification

    ID3000/ID2000 Fire Panel Configuration Tool Manual 1.1 PC Specification The minimum specification for the PC is: a. Pentium Class Processor. b. Windows XP with service pack 2 with 128MB memory. c. 120MB disk space available. d. CD-ROM. e. SVGA 1024 x 768 colour display. Note: To ensure that the Tool’s windows are all displayed correctly, the PC’s Control Panel/Display/Appearance tab/Scheme...
  • Page 9: Starting The Tool

    ID3000/ID2000 Fire Panel Configuration Tool Manual 1.3 Starting the Tool Do one of: a. Double-click on the Tool icon. b. Select ‘Programs/Notifier/ID Series Configuration Tool’ from the PC’s ‘Start’ menu. The Tool uses standard windows methods of opening, closing, selecting etc. 1.3.1 Authentication Option If the Tool is authenticated, upon first communi- See ‘Help’...
  • Page 10: Connecting A Pc To The Panel

    ID3000/ID2000 Fire Panel Configuration Tool Manual 1.4 Connecting a PC to the Panel Use a suitable data communications cable. The panel requires a male RS232 9-way D-type connection from the cable. To connect the PC: Caution: Direct connection of a PC to the panel’s Incorrect connections could RS232 connector P1 will cause an earth result in damage to the...
  • Page 11: Tool Overview And Menus

    ID3000/ID2000 Fire Panel Configuration Tool Manual 1.5 Tool Overview and Menus The Tool allows you to configure panel settings, loop devices, Control Matrix rules, time-of-day programs and network parameters. 1.5.1 Tool Language Setting To change the language (if more than one is available), click on the Language Setting icon or shortcut (or select ‘Start/Programs/Notifier/ National Language Setting’) and select the...
  • Page 12: File Menu

    ID3000/ID2000 Fire Panel Configuration Tool Manual 1.5.3 File Menu This menu has the following options: DEFAULT DATABASE a. Create New Database - allows a new The Tool is supplied with a database, database to be saved (via a ‘Browse’ ‘configuration.mdb’, which is used by default if window).
  • Page 13: Panel Menu

    ID3000/ID2000 Fire Panel Configuration Tool Manual 1.5.4 Panel Menu This menu has the following options: a. Add New Panel to Database - displays the Create New Panel Configuration window (see Section 2). When saved, the panel is added to the current database. Pathname of current configuration database is b.
  • Page 14 ID3000/ID2000 Fire Panel Configuration Tool Manual Panel Menu (continued) c. Edit Current Panel Options. Displays the Modify System Options window (same as the Create New Panel Configuration window but for an existing panel). d. Import Panel Configuration. Used to convert a configuration file produced by the DOS Tool into the format used by this windows Tool, for subsequent use with panel software...
  • Page 15: Repeater Menu

    ID3000/ID2000 Fire Panel Configuration Tool Manual 1.5.5 Repeater Menu This menu has a single option which allows an IDR-6a repeater to be configured with the following: a. Network address b. Panel function and zone type c. Network details (type and location text) d.
  • Page 16 ID3000/ID2000 Fire Panel Configuration Tool Manual ICONS Send repeater 2 To configure a repeater, highlight it and then select configuration to Open. The Configuration and Download window is displayed (the address and associated panel the repeater (see next page) are display-only fields). Configure the following: Save repeater The repeater name (maximum 32 characters).
  • Page 17 ID3000/ID2000 Fire Panel Configuration Tool Manual Send Repeater’s Configuration When the repeater’s configuration has been saved (see previous page), send it to the repeater as follows: Note: This procedure assumes that the repeater’s address switches (1-6) are all set to ‘0’ and that switches 7 and 8 are set as described in the repeater manual.
  • Page 18: View Menu

    ID3000/ID2000 Fire Panel Configuration Tool Manual 1.5.6 View Menu This menu has the following options: a. Toolbar - displayed or hidden b. Status Bar - displayed or hidden c. Background Colours display - either on or off (default). 1.5.7 Edit Menu This menu is only available after a panel has been configured.
  • Page 19 ID3000/ID2000 Fire Panel Configuration Tool Manual h. Sensors Coincidence Level. One or more sensors can be selected as the input(s) to a coincidence rule (note - this is not a control matrix rule). When selecting this option the current coincidence level for the sensor is shown - it is marked with a tick.
  • Page 20: Communications Menu

    ID3000/ID2000 Fire Panel Configuration Tool Manual 1.5.8 Communications Menu This menu has the following options: ‘Send to Panel’ is only available a. Set up COM Port. Displays the Connection when a panel Information Setup window. configuration is displayed in the b.
  • Page 21 ID3000/ID2000 Fire Panel Configuration Tool Manual Receive Configuration from Panel This allows you to copy the panel’s configuration into the selected database. 1 Enter the panel’s access level 3 passcode. 2 Click OK. The Receive Configuration from Panel window is displayed. For a short time it is possible to abort (via the Cancel Transaction button, which becomes greyed when the data transfer commences).
  • Page 22 ID3000/ID2000 Fire Panel Configuration Tool Manual Send Configuration to Panel This allows you to load the configuration from the PC to the panel: 1 Enter the panel’s access level 3 passcode. 2 Click OK. The Send Configuration to Panel window is displayed (but see note). If a bitmap has been selected (Section 1.5.10), check the top box to send it to the panel.
  • Page 23 ID3000/ID2000 Fire Panel Configuration Tool Manual If the configuration has mixed protocol on at least one loop and one or more VIEW devices are located within address range 76-99, a message is displayed to advise that there is a possible configuration limitation unless the correct CPU PCB is fitted (see Section 1.5.4).
  • Page 24: System Parameters Menu

    ID3000/ID2000 Fire Panel Configuration Tool Manual 1.5.9 System Parameters Menu Available if a This menu has the following options: configuration is open in the Tool a. Set Site ID. Displays the Site Setup and Customer Details window. See next page. b.
  • Page 25 ID3000/ID2000 Fire Panel Configuration Tool Manual Site Setup and Customer Details Window This window allows entry of site details (customer/contacts). These details are used by the Tool to distinguish between otherwise identical configurations. They are NOT sent to the panel. To move to the next line of the address, press the Ctrl key together with either the...
  • Page 26: Tools Menu

    ID3000/ID2000 Fire Panel Configuration Tool Manual 1.5.10 Tools Menu This menu has the following options: a. Loop Summary. Displays the Loop Summary Dialogue window (see opposite). For each loop, this window shows the total number of sensor addresses used and the total number Prints loop of module addresses used.
  • Page 27 ID3000/ID2000 Fire Panel Configuration Tool Manual Custom Logo Bitmap The bitmap must be monochrome (white areas appear green on the panel display), maximum size 240 pixels wide and 52 pixels high. If smaller it is placed in the top left of the display. If larger, an error message is displayed.
  • Page 28: External Systems Menu

    ID3000/ID2000 Fire Panel Configuration Tool Manual 1.5.11 External Systems Menu This menu has options to configure Virtual Points; these exist in an external system (e.g. a(i) a Voice Alarm Panel). Virtual Points b(i) communicate with the Fire Alarm Panel via a(ii) a(iv) a(iii)
  • Page 29: Help Menu

    ID3000/ID2000 Fire Panel Configuration Tool Manual 1.5.12 Help Menu This menu has options to display the Tool version number/authentication status and this manual. The ‘Authentication’ option is described in Section 1.3.1. 1.5.13 Toolbar Options The following icons are provided: a. New. Creates new database. b.
  • Page 30: Loop Display

    ID3000/ID2000 Fire Panel Configuration Tool Manual 1.5.14 Loop Display This pictorial representation of the panel’s loops is displayed in the blank area of the Configuration Tool window when either: a. An existing configuration file is opened, or b. When a panel has been specified (See Section 2.1) in a new configuration file.
  • Page 31: Panel Settings Configuration

    ID3000/ID2000 Fire Panel Configuration Tool Manual Panel Settings Configuration The Create New Panel Configuration window is displayed when ‘New’ is selected. The Modify System Options window is displayed instead After OK has been when ‘Edit Panel Options’ is selected. selected, the zone type set in step 8 cannot be When all edits are complete, click OK.
  • Page 32 ID3000/ID2000 Fire Panel Configuration Tool Manual 5 Select the panel function; ‘Standard’, ‘VdS’* (Germany), ‘Benelux Sprinkler Panel’ or ‘Swiss’. This selection also determines which options can be configured by the Tool. *ID3000 only. 6 Check the required network option (this selection affects subsequent network editing): a.
  • Page 33 ID3000/ID2000 Fire Panel Configuration Tool Manual 8 Select the appropriate radio button: a. Local. Uses zones local to the panel. b. Network (ID3000 only). Zone numbers are allocated across the network. After OK has been selected, the zone type set in step 8 cannot be changed.
  • Page 34: Loop Setting Tab

    ID3000/ID2000 Fire Panel Configuration Tool Manual 2.2 Loop Setting Tab Set the number of loops to that present on your panel. Edit as follows: 1 Check the Loops 3-4 fitted, Loops 5-6 fitted, and Loops 7-8 fitted boxes as appropriate to your panel.
  • Page 35 ID3000/ID2000 Fire Panel Configuration Tool Manual 2 Use the spin buttons to set the Signal Degraded Monitor Period in minutes. For each device, the system counts the number of corrupted responses within the time, and issues the ‘Signal Degraded’ fault message if the number exceeds 1600.
  • Page 36: Port/Printer Options Tab

    ID3000/ID2000 Fire Panel Configuration Tool Manual 2.3 Port/Printer Options Tab Enable CONTROLS -Do not check this box. Some 3rd party Edit as follows: signals may contravene EN54 1 If a P40 printer is installed, select which port it is connected to, otherwise select None. If P40 is set to Diagnostic, this port must be reconfigured 2 If a third party link is used to interface the...
  • Page 37 ID3000/ID2000 Fire Panel Configuration Tool Manual 8 Set the number of blank lines between printouts. The default of ‘5’ enables the last printed line of a printout from the PRN-ID or PRN2000 printer to be visible at the paper exit louvre. The panel automatically reduces this to ‘1’...
  • Page 38: Pulse Options Tab

    ID3000/ID2000 Fire Panel Configuration Tool Manual 2.4 Pulse Options Tab This setting is used in conjunction with the Module PULSE options (Section 3.2.2) to define the pulsing pattern of those modules for which SLOW PULSE is selected during the loop device configuration.
  • Page 39 ID3000/ID2000 Fire Panel Configuration Tool Manual option and where non-compatible sounders are used these must be individually excluded from any control matrix pulsing rules. 6 Select the colour of OPAL devices’ LEDs - Green (default) or red are available options. 7 Select if sounder synchronization using OPAL protocol is required across the ID network.
  • Page 40: Üe Configuration Tab

    ID3000/ID2000 Fire Panel Configuration Tool Manual 2.5 ÜE Configuration Tab Only available when VdS mode is selected on the Specification Tab. These settings allow the panel interaction with the FBF and ÜE to be configured. Edit as follows: 1 Check this box if there are fire control devices on another panel in the network.
  • Page 41 ID3000/ID2000 Fire Panel Configuration Tool Manual 6 Set to either STEADY or PULSE according to the type of signal returned by the ÜE. PULSE avoids the panel reporting a fire if the ÜE return signal appears to reset while the panel is in alarm. 7 Set normal activation pulse length (range 1 to 60 seconds, or 0 for continuous) dependent upon the type of ÜE connected.
  • Page 42: Remote Fire Outputs Tab

    ID3000/ID2000 Fire Panel Configuration Tool Manual 2.6 Remote Fire Outputs Tab These settings allow each of the four internal sounder/relay circuits and the Fire VFCO Relay to be configured in software as remote fire outputs (i.e. outputs that are subject to the Day Mode two-stage investigation time, see Section 2.9).
  • Page 43 ID3000/ID2000 Fire Panel Configuration Tool Manual 3 Required for Master/Slave network only, and dependent on panel mode: a. Standard. Check this box if there is a Remote Fire Output on another panel on the network but not on this panel. This allows Day/Night modes to be configured for this panel, and ensures the Day Mode and Fire O/P Disable pushbuttons work...
  • Page 44: Tests Tab

    ID3000/ID2000 Fire Panel Configuration Tool Manual 2.7 Tests Tab This window sets Automatic Sensor Test and Walk Test parameters. Edit as follows: 1 Set which day of the week analogue sensor tests will occur, or ‘Daily’ if every day, or select ‘Not set’...
  • Page 45: Disablements Tab

    ID3000/ID2000 Fire Panel Configuration Tool Manual 2.8 Disablements Tab This window sets various parameters associated with disablements. Edit as follows: 1 If a remote switch is connected, or the Master panel (Master/Slave Network) is required to disable zones at a Slave, or the 3rd party option is used, select what will be disabled (sensors only, sensors and input modules, or sensors, input and output modules).
  • Page 46 ID3000/ID2000 Fire Panel Configuration Tool Manual 4 Check the box if the disablement is to be controlled by a time-of-day program, then edit the times as described in Section 5.3. Does not comply with EN54 - see warning after step 5. 5 If the disablement is to end automatically after a timeout, use the spin buttons to enter the time period, range up to 1440 minutes...
  • Page 47 ID3000/ID2000 Fire Panel Configuration Tool Manual 8 Check box to disable sounders by zone or an individual device. EN54-2: 9.4.2 Disablement of sounders - requires unmaskable and individual indication. To comply with this requirement do not allow sounder disablement by zone or individual device.
  • Page 48: Day/Night Mode Tab

    ID3000/ID2000 Fire Panel Configuration Tool Manual 2.9 Day/Night Mode Tab This tab is only available if a remote fire output has been configured. For VdS, also ensure that a ÜE is configured in the panel hardware. This tab allows configuration of a two-stage investigation time which delays activation of the fire output(s)/ÜE (does not delay sounders).
  • Page 49 ID3000/ID2000 Fire Panel Configuration Tool Manual 6 If Day Mode is required to be cancelled automatically, set the end times (up to two per day) using the Time-of-day program (see Section 5). This does not comply with EN54. There are no start times; Day Mode cannot be started automatically.
  • Page 50: Other Options Tab

    ID3000/ID2000 Fire Panel Configuration Tool Manual 2.10 Other Options Tab Edit as follows: 1 Use the spin buttons to set the length of time the backlight remains on (when not in alarm and with the mains supply present) after the last operation of a panel pushbutton.
  • Page 51 ID3000/ID2000 Fire Panel Configuration Tool Manual 4 ID3000: Select the access level for the MUTE BUZZER and EXTEND DELAY pushbuttons; either access level 1 or level 2. Either complies with EN54. ID2000: affects MUTE BUZZER and ACCEPT pushbuttons. 5 Check this box if AUX inputs are recorded in the event log as separate events and the AUX tab is to be displayed at the panel when the input is active.
  • Page 52 ID3000/ID2000 Fire Panel Configuration Tool Manual 8 ID2000 only: If set the total number of devices indicating a fire is shown on the top line of the panel’s LCD, otherwise it is not shown. 9 If a device indicates an alarm and then the alarm condition is removed, then by default its LEDs pulse.
  • Page 53: Extinguishing System Tab

    ID3000/ID2000 Fire Panel Configuration Tool Manual 2.11 Extinguishing System Tab Edit as follows: 1 Set the number of seconds before the release is activated at which the PAUSE occurs in the ULI and IRI HOLD modes (see Section 4.1.4.4). 2 Set the flood duration time. This time is used if ‘Soak Timer’...
  • Page 54: Alarm Coincidence Tab

    ID3000/ID2000 Fire Panel Configuration Tool Manual 2.12 Alarm Coincidence Tab Allows multiple zone or device coincidence to be configured at the input of a Control Matrix entry. Edit as follows: 1 For each Zones level (where ‘level’ indicates the position on the panel’s Control Matrix ‘Multiple Zone Coincidence Rule’...
  • Page 55: Vds Network Options

    ID3000/ID2000 Fire Panel Configuration Tool Manual 2.13 VdS Network Options Only available when VdS mode is selected on the Specification Tab. These settings configure how the testing of the ÜE circuits, using the ÜE PRUFEN button on the FBF panel, are performed.
  • Page 56: Loop Devices Configuration

    ID3000/ID2000 Fire Panel Configuration Tool Manual Loop Devices Configuration This section describes how to add, delete and edit configured loop devices. 3.1 Select a Device a. To add a new device: on the required loop, highlight either ‘Sensor’ or (as shown above left) ‘Module’, then choose ‘Insert’...
  • Page 57 ID3000/ID2000 Fire Panel Configuration Tool Manual b. To edit a device address, in the loop display click in the first column and press ‘Enter’. Type a new loop address. c. To move a device to another loop, highlight the device and use Drag/drop (if enabled on the ‘Edit’...
  • Page 58 ID3000/ID2000 Fire Panel Configuration Tool Manual OPAL M720 multi-module Note: If, after adding an M720 or M721 module to the loop (these can only be selected as an OPAL device) and the loop protocol or first module address is changed to CLIP, note that the OPAL ‘nested’...
  • Page 59 ID3000/ID2000 Fire Panel Configuration Tool Manual Quick Edit Function Click in column and type new value Many device properties can be edited simply by clicking in the appropriate column of the device to be edited and just enter the new value.
  • Page 60: Edit Device

    ID3000/ID2000 Fire Panel Configuration Tool Manual 3.2 Edit Device Detailed information is given for sensors. For modules, most of the parameters are edited in the same manner as for sensors, therefore only the differences are described. 3.2.1 Sensors 1 Device Description. Enter the device text GAS SENSOR INTERFACES IIG1 &...
  • Page 61 ID3000/ID2000 Fire Panel Configuration Tool Manual 5 Cell Number. If required, enter a cell number for the device (optional - used in the Control Matrix and by VIEW sensors). 6 Alarm Level/Threshold. From the drop down list, select the sensitivity level. CLIP protocol: Up to 9 pre-set levels are available for each sensor [except SMART 4 and MULTI/Optiplex];...
  • Page 62 ID3000/ID2000 Fire Panel Configuration Tool Manual 7 Pre-alarm Level/Threshold. From the drop-down menu, select the sensitivity level. If Pre-alarm is not required, set to ‘0’. MULTI is different - see Section 3.2.1.1. 8 Fault Level/Threshold. This column was VERIFICATION DELAYS - SENSORS displayed with WCT versions prior to 3.05 Device Type Default...
  • Page 63 ID3000/ID2000 Fire Panel Configuration Tool Manual 10 Other Functions (Select the required device, then press the ‘F2’ or ‘Enter’ key to display the Edit Device Data window, which contains parameters applicable to the sensor). LED Operation (ID3000 only): select whether the sensor’s LEDs follow the panel setting CLIP (Section 2.10) or are set to blink or not (non-...
  • Page 64 ID3000/ID2000 Fire Panel Configuration Tool Manual that is set for Alarm. Also, for MULTI/ SMART sensors, Pre-alarm is ignored at those times when Thermal-only mode L6 10vi is in operation for Alarms as a result of a Control Matrix rule or TOD. If checked, the Pre-alarm sensitivity remains fixed at the level selected in 10vii...
  • Page 65 ID3000/ID2000 Fire Panel Configuration Tool Manual 3.2.1.1 VIEW, MULTI and SMART Sensors VIEW™ Sensors Very Intelligent Early Warning (VIEW™) sensors are able to detect very small amounts of smoke resulting from an incipient fire, such as smouldering wiring insulation. Because VIEW™...
  • Page 66 ID3000/ID2000 Fire Panel Configuration Tool Manual Co-operative Multi-sensing Co-operative sensing is carried out Co-operative Multi-sensing: example automatically between sensors in the same zone with consecutive addresses and in the Loop Address Type Zone Cell same cell, or no cell. An example of VIEW™ VIEW sensor co-operative grouping is given group...
  • Page 67 ID3000/ID2000 Fire Panel Configuration Tool Manual MULTI Sensors When configuring the Alarm and Pre-alarm Multi-criteria (MULTI) Sensor Levels sensitivity for MULTI sensors, there are only Sensitivity MULTI Sensor five sensitivity levels, as shown opposite. Levels Default Settings ‘Optiplex’ MULTI sensors (SDX-751TEM) have No Pre-alarm (ID3000) an additional Thermal-Only mode (i.e.
  • Page 68 ID3000/ID2000 Fire Panel Configuration Tool Manual SMART Sensors The system supports Self-optimising Multi- criteria Alarm Recognition Technology (SMART) sensors. SMART sensors have the following detection capabilities: SMART 2 & SMART 3 sensors - photoelectronic (optical), infra-red and thermal. Learnt as type MULT. SMART 4 sensors - Carbon monoxide and photoelectronic (optical), infra-red and thermal.
  • Page 69 ID3000/ID2000 Fire Panel Configuration Tool Manual Application Numbers for SMART Sensors To further minimise false alarms SMT4 devices with OPAL Protocol may be configured to work more effectively in different types of ‘nuisance’ environment. This is achieved using sensitivity presets called ‘application numbers’. Each application number corresponds to a different combination of sensitivity level settings of the various detection elements of the sensor,...
  • Page 70 ID3000/ID2000 Fire Panel Configuration Tool Manual For guidance, a table describing each application number and its corresponding nuisance environment is provided below. Select the desired application number. Application Possible ‘Nuisance’ Environment: Recommended Alarm Number Application Details Threshold setting NONE - Vacuum cleaning - dust causing photo sensor only alarm. Default configuration: no effect. - Hotel bedroom near shower.
  • Page 71: Modules

    ID3000/ID2000 Fire Panel Configuration Tool Manual 3.2.2 Modules 1 Device Description - edit as for sensors. AUXILIARY MODULES 2 Type - edit as for sensors. - Cannot generate an alarm of Fire. - Are not included in zone operations*. 3 Zone Number - edit as for sensors - Must be referred to individually (not by 4 Zone Description (ID3000 only) - edit as zone) in the Control Matrix.
  • Page 72 ID3000/ID2000 Fire Panel Configuration Tool Manual 8 O/C. Set the module’s open-circuit (O/C) supervision option ON or OFF. For CMX modules used as outputs and with disabled supervision (see data sheet) and for CMX-10R modules, O/C supervision must be set to off, otherwise these modules will remain in an O/C fault condition.
  • Page 73 ID3000/ID2000 Fire Panel Configuration Tool Manual rate and pulse length (Section 2.4). If this function is not selected, the default rate is used (1 second on, 1 second off). Note: If the loop is heavily loaded with devices (especially sounders), select one of the Slow Pulse options to ensure adequate 10iv synchronisation of the sounders.
  • Page 74 ID3000/ID2000 Fire Panel Configuration Tool Manual vi SST. For CMX modules of type CTRL in VdS mode only. This function disables the module when the panel’s SST AB/AN pushbutton is operated. vii Fire Control Device. For CMX modules of type CTRL in VdS mode only. If this function is selected, then the module is disabled by the Brandfallsteuerung AB pushbutton on the FBF.
  • Page 75 ID3000/ID2000 Fire Panel Configuration Tool Manual x Logged/Not Logged. For modules of type AUX only, set individually as ‘logged’ (recommended for fire-critical equipment) 11ix or ‘not-logged’ (overridden by panel ‘Log’ setting, see Section 2.10 for further information). xi Backup Alarm Monitor (MON modules on net only): If device is intended to relay alarm status from a neighbouring panel to provide backup if the ID...
  • Page 76: Define Sounder Tone Slots

    ID3000/ID2000 Fire Panel Configuration Tool Manual 3.2.3 Define Sounder Tone Slots This configuration option applies to OPAL protocol loop sounder/strobe devices only. The device sounder tone and volume setting is normally configured using the device’s DIP switches located on the base of the device. However, the panel can override the DIP switch settings by setting up a maximum of 8 sounder tone slots from the 32 available with these...
  • Page 77 ID3000/ID2000 Fire Panel Configuration Tool Manual A list of all 32 available sounder custom tones is displayed, as shown at left. Check the appropriate boxes adjacent to the listed tone. While selecting tones the maximum of 8 is exceeded a warning is displayed (see below left) and the last device selected is ignored.
  • Page 78: Control Matrix Configuration

    ID3000/ID2000 Fire Panel Configuration Tool Manual Control Matrix Configuration 4.1 Introduction The Control Matrix defines which outputs activate in response to a defined event (e.g. alarm) at specified inputs. This is also known as Control-by-Event (CBE). The Control Matrix can have up to 512 entries (Rules).
  • Page 79: Input Event Statement

    ID3000/ID2000 Fire Panel Configuration Tool Manual 4.1.2 Input Event Statement SPECIFY ALARM COINCI- A simplified diagram showing valid inputs is DEVICE, DENCE (a.), given below. More detail is given in ZONE(s), PRE-ALARM TYPE (b.) Section 4.3.1. For inputs ‘Alarm’, ‘Pre-alarm’ CELL(s) and ‘Fault’...
  • Page 80 ID3000/ID2000 Fire Panel Configuration Tool Manual f. If there is no entry of this type in the Control Matrix, the actions in walk test are those defined in the Control Matrix for the MCP that is operated. With or without a walk test Control Matrix entry, actions apply only at the local panel except in the case where there is a walk test Control Matrix entry and...
  • Page 81 ID3000/ID2000 Fire Panel Configuration Tool Manual Specific information for network Outputs are applied only at the panel which directly controls them (as stand-alone panels), but inputs may be defined as originating at a different panel. For example, to relate an output Input Device Co-incidence operation on a device supervised by Slave 1...
  • Page 82: Output Event Statement

    ID3000/ID2000 Fire Panel Configuration Tool Manual 4.1.3 Output Event Statement SPECIFY TYPE (b.), DEVICE, STEADY/PULSE A simplified diagram showing valid outputs is ZONE(s) (a.), (c.), ACTIVATE VOP*, CELL(s) given below. More detail is given in OUTPUTS DELAY (c.), OR SOUNDER Section 4.3.2.
  • Page 83 ID3000/ID2000 Fire Panel Configuration Tool Manual OUTPUT MODES: Output Modes INPUT OUTPUT Each output statement can be configured to operate in one of four modes. These give combinations of steady or pulse, immediate or delayed operation, where: a. Delay is user-programmable up to 10 minutes. b.
  • Page 84 ID3000/ID2000 Fire Panel Configuration Tool Manual OPAL Protocol Sounder Devices Tool software version 3.01, or later, supports advanced sounder devices with configurable sounder tones. Only OPAL loop protocol supports the configuration of these tones. When used on CLIP protocol loops the enhanced protocol- compatible sounders still function as described above.
  • Page 85: Extinguishing System Function

    ID3000/ID2000 Fire Panel Configuration Tool Manual 4.1.4 Extinguishing System Function CAUTION: This product is not compliant 4.1.4.1 Types of Control Matrix Entry 12094-1 12094-1 with EN 12094-1. There are three types of Extinguishing System Fire extinguishing installations in Control Matrix entry: Europe are required to be certified as compliant to this standard.
  • Page 86 ID3000/ID2000 Fire Panel Configuration Tool Manual 4.1.4.2 Minimum Configuration A minimum configuration requires: a. At least one Control Matrix alarm entry. If an AUTO/MANUAL ONLY switch is installed, at least two alarm entries will be required (one for the auto + manual case and one for the manual only case).
  • Page 87 ID3000/ID2000 Fire Panel Configuration Tool Manual 4.1.4.3 Device Selection All modules that are required to activate a Non- fire Control Matrix entry must be configured as type AUX. The Immediate release switch should be type MCP or MON. All modules of type CTRL must be set to non- Control Modules used to silenceable so that the panel’s SILENCE/ activate the direction valve...
  • Page 88 ID3000/ID2000 Fire Panel Configuration Tool Manual NYC - When HOLD is deactivated, the timer starts again from a length of time longer than its configured value. To configure this mode: 1 Set non-fire to ‘HOLD mode: RE-START or Extend Timer’. 2 Set activation delay to a period longer than the panel’s default value of 60 seconds.
  • Page 89: Logic Operations With Transfer Flags

    ID3000/ID2000 Fire Panel Configuration Tool Manual 4.1.5 Logic Operations with Transfer Flags A number of Control Matrix entries can be logically combined by using the same Transfer Flag number (range 1 to 128) in their output statement. The input statement must be Alarm, Pre-alarm, Non-fire (AUX), another Transfer Flag or TRUE.
  • Page 90 ID3000/ID2000 Fire Panel Configuration Tool Manual 4.1.5.1 Example Logic Operations Precedence: All entries which have the ‘AND’ operator together with the inverse of all entries which have ‘AND-NOT’ are AND’ed together. The result is then OR’ed with all entries which have the ‘OR’...
  • Page 91 ID3000/ID2000 Fire Panel Configuration Tool Manual Example 2 - Use of two Transfer Flags Example 2 shows how to use two Transfer flags so that ‘OR’ operations are performed INPUT STATEMENT OUTPUT STATEMENT before ‘AND’ operations. Outputs in Zone 20 Zone 1 Flag 26 [OR] are activated if any input in Zones 1, 3 or 4 is...
  • Page 92 ID3000/ID2000 Fire Panel Configuration Tool Manual Example 5 - Input priority Example 5 shows how to arrange inputs (in this case zones) in priority: INPUT STATEMENT OUTPUT STATEMENT Zone 21 Flag 1 [AND] An input from Zone 21 activates sounder circuit 3, unless Zone 22 Flag 1 [AND-NOT]...
  • Page 93: Review/Edit Control Matrix Entries

    ID3000/ID2000 Fire Panel Configuration Tool Manual 4.2 Review/Edit Control Matrix Entries IF YOU DO NOT AMEND OR DELETE THE PANEL’S DEFAULT ENTRIES Select ‘Control Matrix’ from the System (SECTION 4.1.1), THEY WILL Parameters menu. The Control Matrix Input and OVERRIDE ANY CREATED ENTRIES. Output Rules window is displayed.
  • Page 94: Print Menu

    ID3000/ID2000 Fire Panel Configuration Tool Manual 4.2.3 Print Menu The Print menu has options to print all rules, via a standard Print window, or to create a ‘.xls’ file of the Control Matrix. 4.2.4 Thermal Alarm Verification Delay If a Control Matrix Rule: INPUT: Alarm OUTPUT: Remote fire output n...
  • Page 95: Defining A Control Matrix Rule

    ID3000/ID2000 Fire Panel Configuration Tool Manual 4.3 Defining a Control Matrix Rule Note: By default, all input events are associated with the output ‘All bells, all zones’ until the output 4.3.1 Input Event event is defined. The Alarm event is described in detail, followed by brief descriptions of each other event type.
  • Page 96 ID3000/ID2000 Fire Panel Configuration Tool Manual Multiple zone coincidence: for the Control Matrix entry to be valid, the number of coincident zones must not exceed the chosen zone range. 2 Specify Zone(s) or Cell(s), dependent upon the event chosen in step 1. Also allows Zone Coincidence to be set.
  • Page 97 ID3000/ID2000 Fire Panel Configuration Tool Manual 3 Select Input Device Type. Zones only - select whether the input device is of any type or restricted. Zones and cells - select the number of devices that must be in coincident alarm (for zones, must be in the same zone.
  • Page 98 ID3000/ID2000 Fire Panel Configuration Tool Manual 4 If the input event is Alarm, Specified Individual Device, then instead of the zone or cell selections the Select Individual 4(i) Device window is displayed. (i) Choose the zone from the drop-down menu, (ii) 4(ii) highlight the required device and then (iii) click ‘OK’.
  • Page 99 ID3000/ID2000 Fire Panel Configuration Tool Manual Pre-Alarm The options are similar to those available for Alarm, however: a. Zone coincidence is not available. b. Device coincidence is only available for two devices. Fault Select the source of the fault: a. Any zone, which includes PSU, panel and system faults that are not attributable to a zone.
  • Page 100 ID3000/ID2000 Fire Panel Configuration Tool Manual Non-fire Activation Select the required input: a. Zone or cell or Any zone. b. Individual device (restricted to devices of type AUX). c. Panel input 1 or 2. On ID net configurations only, the panel can be specified. Zone and device co-incidence options are not available.
  • Page 101 ID3000/ID2000 Fire Panel Configuration Tool Manual Extinguishing System a. Select one of the 32 available systems. b. Use the ‘Activate Outputs Before Delay’ check box to select whether the output action is to occur before (box checked) or after (box unchecked) the delay configured in the Control Matrix output statement.
  • Page 102: Output Event

    ID3000/ID2000 Fire Panel Configuration Tool Manual 4.3.2 Output Event The options available depend both on the output event and on the input event to which it is a response. The Activate output event is described in detail, followed by brief descriptions of each other event type.
  • Page 103 ID3000/ID2000 Fire Panel Configuration Tool Manual ii CLIP protocol. Either Pulsing [to pulse the output at either 0.5Hz or, if the device is so-configured (Section 3.2.2), at the slower, user-defined rate (Section 2.4)] or Steady [the output is continuous]. only. OPAL protocol.
  • Page 104 ID3000/ID2000 Fire Panel Configuration Tool Manual b. Same zone as input. Input must be ‘Any Zone’ and is valid only if local zones are used. c. Specify Zone(s). Use the spin buttons to specify the zone (both boxes set to the same zone) or range of zones (max.
  • Page 105 ID3000/ID2000 Fire Panel Configuration Tool Manual f. Virtual Output Point. Select the required Point from those available in the Select Virtual Point window. Select whether the Virtual Output Point operates in mode 1 or mode 2. g. Sounder/Relay Circuit. Select the required circuit.
  • Page 106 ID3000/ID2000 Fire Panel Configuration Tool Manual Set to Thermal-Only Mode If the input is Non-Fire Activation or TRUE Input, configured Multi-criteria sensors (Section 3.2.1.1) in selected zone(s) are set to Thermal-Only mode L6 while the input is active. Not available for cells. Disable If the input is Non-Fire Activation or TRUE Input, the output or device is disabled by the...
  • Page 107 ID3000/ID2000 Fire Panel Configuration Tool Manual Transfer Flag This selection is used to transfer the output of this Control Matrix entry to the input of another entry, when both entries have a delay configured. Also allows logic combinations of Control Matrix entries. Section 4.1.5 describes restrictions on the use of transfer flags with logic operations.
  • Page 108 ID3000/ID2000 Fire Panel Configuration Tool Manual Example Sounder Delay (Extendable) Note: Any Sounder or Sounder/Relay circuits that are configured as Remote Fire INPUT OUTPUT DELAY Outputs will not be delayed; the Day Mode function (Section 2.9) must be Any Zone All Sounders Sounder Delay used to delay Remote Fire Outputs.
  • Page 109 ID3000/ID2000 Fire Panel Configuration Tool Manual Extinguishing - if input event was alarm... Select which of up to 32 Extinguishing Systems the input applies to. ii. Select the release mode for this entry (modes are listed below). Auto Release - will apply when the sensors signal an alarm (Auto/Manual/ Off set to Auto).
  • Page 110 ID3000/ID2000 Fire Panel Configuration Tool Manual Extinguishing - if input event was non- fire... Select which of up to 32 Extinguishing Systems the input applies to. ii Select the corresponding action from those listed below. ABORT Action - Aborts the release. Switch to MANUAL - Sets system to Manual Only.
  • Page 111 ID3000/ID2000 Fire Panel Configuration Tool Manual Mute Buzzer, Silence Sounders, System Reset, Night Mode, Day Mode, Extend Investigation Delay and Over-Ride Sounder/Investigation Delay These options are only available if the input is Non-Fire Activation. Time of Day and Delays If a time-of-day period is required during which the Control Matrix Rule does not take effect, select ‘Add Time of Day Program’...
  • Page 112: Time-Of-Day Configuration

    ID3000/ID2000 Fire Panel Configuration Tool Manual Time-of-day Configuration 5.1 Introduction A Time-of-day (TOD) program allows the following functions to operate in a time- dependent manner: a. Sensor sensitivity (Section 3.2.1 step 11). b. Control Matrix actions (Section 4.3.2). c. Cancelling all disablements on the panel EN54-2: 9.1.2 (non EN54-2 compliant) (Section 2.8 step 4, Disablement and...
  • Page 113: Manual Override

    ID3000/ID2000 Fire Panel Configuration Tool Manual 5.2 Manual Override If manual override is configured for the TOD To avoid confusion, program, the action of the program can be configure the Manual reversed by the operator at the panel. Override option for only one time-of-day program.
  • Page 114: Editing Procedure

    ID3000/ID2000 Fire Panel Configuration Tool Manual 5.3 Editing Procedure The Set Up Time of Day Program window allows an existing TOD program to be selected for use with the parameter (e.g. sensor sensitivity) being configured. It also allows the TOD program to be edited, or a new TOD program to be created (i.e.
  • Page 115 ID3000/ID2000 Fire Panel Configuration Tool Manual 4 Use the spin buttons to set the required start and end times for each set of days. Use the keyboard arrow keys (or click the mouse in the appropriate area) to select whether hours or minutes are affected by the spin buttons.
  • Page 116: Network Configuration

    ID3000/ID2000 Fire Panel Configuration Tool Manual Network Configuration Note: References in this Section to ID net, VdS mode and network zones apply to ID3000 only. 6.1 Introduction The Tool can be used to configure two different types of network: a. MASTER/SLAVE. This is described in Section 6.2.
  • Page 117: Master/Slave Network

    ID3000/ID2000 Fire Panel Configuration Tool Manual 6.2 Master/Slave Network 6.2.1 Introduction This network does not provide the The network consists of one Master panel, a transmission path number of Slave panels and a number of integrity required by repeaters. These are collectively known as EN54-2: 12.5.3 ‘stations’.
  • Page 118 ID3000/ID2000 Fire Panel Configuration Tool Manual Number of zones on network There are two types of zone numbering available on the Master/Slave network, available in both Standard and VdS modes: TOTAL NUMBER OF ZONES = 2040 a. Local. MASTER ZONES b.
  • Page 119 ID3000/ID2000 Fire Panel Configuration Tool Manual 6.2.2 Procedure To configure the panel for Master/Slave network Note: The special case of a Stand Alone panel operation, do the following for the Master (the (with or without repeaters) is configured Tool creates the data for Slaves automatically): solely at the Specification Tab.
  • Page 120 ID3000/ID2000 Fire Panel Configuration Tool Manual 4 To change the address of the highlighted panel or repeater, select an address from the drop-down list. The existing address is swapped with that of the panel/repeater currently using the selected address. The maximum address available depends upon the number of stations currently configured (so do step 3 first).
  • Page 121 ID3000/ID2000 Fire Panel Configuration Tool Manual 7 Select Report Fallback ‘No’ or ‘Yes’ (by default, if the Master loses communication with a Slave panel then any Control Matrix Rules for which ‘Fallback Input’ is selected [see Section 4.3.1] will be invoked when their input statement becomes true.
  • Page 122 ID3000/ID2000 Fire Panel Configuration Tool Manual Opens/closes list of Summary display of c. FAULTS/AUX EV. refers to all possible faults stations for this currently selected that can be detected by a panel, including event event and station Power Supply Fault and System Fault. This entry must also be enabled to allow the control matrix in other panels to use AUX device inputs and Pre-Alarm events.
  • Page 123 ID3000/ID2000 Fire Panel Configuration Tool Manual 6.3 ID net Peer-to-Peer Network 6.3.1 Introduction This network is fault-tolerant and provides the transmission path integrity required by EN54-2: 12.5.3. Up to 125 stations can be networked in a loop. Panels can be assigned to the first 32 station addresses in a non-filtered environment or the first 63 addresses with filtering.
  • Page 124 ID3000/ID2000 Fire Panel Configuration Tool Manual Network Event Filtering With Configuration Tool software version 2.14, or above, ID net network status message and control action filtering is available as a configurable option. This feature allows the network to be partitioned so that control panels and repeaters located in each geographical area (sector) respond only to events and control actions raised within its own sector;...
  • Page 125 ID3000/ID2000 Fire Panel Configuration Tool Manual Number of zones on network There are two types of zone numbering available on the ID net, available in both Standard and VdS modes: a. Local. b. Network. Local The maximum number of zones on a network is: 32 panels x 255 zones per panel = 8160.
  • Page 126 ID3000/ID2000 Fire Panel Configuration Tool Manual 6.3.2 Procedure To configure the panel for ID net network operation, do the following: 1 Select ‘Network Setup’ on the System Parameters menu. A graphic illustration of the network is displayed. A ‘Station’ may be a panel, a repeater, or unused - the corresponding icon is shown.
  • Page 127 ID3000/ID2000 Fire Panel Configuration Tool Manual Note: Control Matrix ‘Fallback Input’ Rules are invoked automatically when there is a communications loss with a fixed number of panels; this number is not user-configurable. 3 When all edits are complete for this station, click on ‘OK’.
  • Page 128 ID3000/ID2000 Fire Panel Configuration Tool Manual 6.3.3 Sector Configuration Once the network has been completely configured with control panels and repeaters, the network can be partitioned so that control panels and repeaters located in each geographical sub-network (sector) respond only to events and control actions arising within the same sector, while network events and control actions arising from other sectors are filtered out, i.e.
  • Page 129 ID3000/ID2000 Fire Panel Configuration Tool Manual Network View Initially, all panels and repeaters are allocated to sector 1, but this can easily be changed. 3 To add another sector right-click anywhere on the ‘Sector 1’ line and select the ‘Create New Sector’...
  • Page 130 ID3000/ID2000 Fire Panel Configuration Tool Manual 4 To add another node to the network right-click the sector icon or text box and select the ‘Add New Node to Sector’ option. The new node is added to the sector, with the default of ‘panel’. If this new node is a repeater, not a panel, change this in the ‘Type’...
  • Page 131 ID3000/ID2000 Fire Panel Configuration Tool Manual Supervisor View This window does not contain any sector information as all network nodes are allocated initially to one sector, i.e. Sector 1 and no supervisor panels have been assigned. To assign a panel as a supervior, simply select the panel and, holding down the left mouse button, drag the node across to the Supervisor View window.
  • Page 132 ID3000/ID2000 Fire Panel Configuration Tool Manual Supervisor View (Cont’d) Any supervisor panel can be configured to have visibility of network messages and control actions from panels outside of its own sector. Repeaters cannot be configured as supervisors. This is done as follows: 1 Selecting the supervisor panel with the right- mouse button choose the ‘Extend Supervisor Control...’...
  • Page 133 ID3000/ID2000 Fire Panel Configuration Tool Manual Supervisor View (Cont’d) Sector information can be removed completely by selecting the ‘Remove All Sector Information button’ located below the Supervisor View window. The warning message, at left, is displayed before this can be carried out. Select <Yes> to continue;...
  • Page 134 ID3000/ID2000 Fire Panel Configuration Tool Manual Appendix 1: Historic & Data Log Tool The Historic & Data Log Tool allows the following: a. Extraction of the panel’s historic event log. b. Initiation of a data log for a specific sensor. c.
  • Page 135 ID3000/ID2000 Fire Panel Configuration Tool Manual Historic and Data Log Window This window has the following areas: a. Menus, described on the following pages. b. Icons which provide quick access to the majority of menu options. See below. c. Status display area. This shows whether the Tool is communicating with (connected to) the panel, and what requests have been made to the panel via the Tool’s menus and...
  • Page 136 ID3000/ID2000 Fire Panel Configuration Tool Manual Icons Connect Data Data Delete Modules Maint Tool Exit (ii) Analogue/ Data Version (iii) Info (iii) (iii) Digital (vi) (vii) (iv) Save Disconnect Delete Sensors Historic Print Panel (ii) Data Analogue/ Version (iii) Log (iii) Digital (vii) (iv)
  • Page 137 ID3000/ID2000 Fire Panel Configuration Tool Manual File Menu This menu has the following options: a. New. Displays a ‘Save’ window to allow creation of a file to which log data is saved when the ‘Save’ option is used. b. Save. Saves log data to the file created in (a). c.
  • Page 138 ID3000/ID2000 Fire Panel Configuration Tool Manual Historic Log Menu This menu has one option: a. Request Data. The Request Historic Log Event window is displayed. Either: Select ‘Fetch all entries’, or ii Select each numeric field in turn and use the spin buttons or PC keyboard to enter the required values for a partial log request.
  • Page 139 ID3000/ID2000 Fire Panel Configuration Tool Manual Data Log Menu (continued) c. Available Memory and Existing Data Logs info. Displays information about currently- enabled logs (e.g. number of samples) in: The ‘Current Memory and Data Log Status’ area of the Select Log Device Data window. ii The data display area of the Historic and Data Log window.
  • Page 140 ID3000/ID2000 Fire Panel Configuration Tool Manual Analogue/Digital Values Menu This menu has the following options: a. Sensors. b. Modules. In either case the Request Analogue Values window is displayed to allow: Selection of a loop and of an individual device address or range of addresses.
  • Page 141 ID3000/ID2000 Fire Panel Configuration Tool Manual Maintenance Log Menu This menu has one option: a. Data Request, which Displays the Request Maintenance Log window. This allows the panel’s maintenance log for SMART sensors to be displayed in the Historic and Data Log window.
  • Page 142 ID3000/ID2000 Fire Panel Configuration Tool Manual Appendix 2: Database Query Utility The Database Query Utility allows the loop device configuration to be sorted by: a. Device loop address. b. Zone number. Initiation Start the Tool from the desktop icon, from the Start Menu (path shown below) or from the Configuration Tool ‘Tools’...
  • Page 143 ID3000/ID2000 Fire Panel Configuration Tool Manual OPEN Database Query QUERY FOR Select the Database, then click the ‘Select SPECIFIC Panel’ icon. On the Open Query for Specific PANEL Panel, choose the network type from the drop- WINDOW down list (none = stand-alone panels), then highlight the required panel and click ‘OK’.
  • Page 144 ID3000/ID2000 Fire Panel Configuration Tool Manual Appendix 3: Additional Logic Example Note: This example can only be configured if the panel software version is 4.35 or above (see lamp test). It may be required to configure the Control Matrix so that a rule will only operate if certain other rules have not already operated.
  • Page 145 ID3000/ID2000 Fire Panel Configuration Tool Manual Example - Lockout 1 A single unique transfer flag must be allocated to each input required to operate in the RULE INPUT STATEMENT OUTPUT STATEMENT manner described above. These flags must Zone 1 Flag 11 [AND] be local to the panel in which these rules are Zone 2 Flag 12 [AND]...
  • Page 146 ID3000/ID2000 Fire Panel Configuration Tool Manual FLAG 13 -> FLAG 13 [OR] FLAG 13 -> CONTROL MODULE 3 LATCH ZONE 3 -> FLAG 13 [AND] CONTROL ZONE 3 FLAG 13 MODULE FLAG 13 FLAG 100 FLAG 100 -> FLAG 13 [AND-NOT] FLAG 13 ->...
  • Page 147 ID3000/ID2000 Fire Panel Configuration Tool Manual To ensure that the panel does not begin processing another input BEFORE the locked out state occurs, the panel will process a number of flag-type rules in sequence, i.e. it is looking to see if a lock-out is configured. The number is pre-set, but can be adjusted if necessary on the Control Matrix Input and Output Rules window.

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