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Fire Alarm Control Panels
MS-5UD Series
MS-10UD Series
Manual
C2
Document 52626
1/24/2012
Rev:
P/N 52626:C2
ECN 12-056

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  • Page 1 Fire Alarm Control Panels MS-5UD Series MS-10UD Series Manual Document 52626 1/24/2012 Rev: P/N 52626:C2 ECN 12-056...
  • Page 2 Fire Alarm System Limitations While a fire alarm system may lower insurance rates, it is not a substitute for fire insurance! An automatic fire alarm system—typically made up of Heat detectors do not sense particles of combustion and smoke detectors, heat detectors, manual pull stations, audible alarm only when heat on their sensors increases at a predeter- warning devices, and a fire alarm control panel with remote mined rate or reaches a predetermined level.
  • Page 3 LiteSpeed™ is a trademark; and FireLite® Alarms is a registered trademark of Honeywell International Inc. Microsoft® and Windows® are registered trademarks of the Microsoft Corporation.
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  • Page 5: Table Of Contents

    Table of Contents Section 1: Product Description ..................... 13 1.1: Product Features ............................14 1.2: Specifications...............................15 1.3: Controls and Indicators..........................20 1.4: Digital Alarm Communicator/Transmitter ....................21 1.5: Components ..............................21 1.6: Optional Modules and Accessories ......................21 1.7: Telephone Requirements and Warnings.......................23 1.7.1: Telephone Circuitry...........................23 1.7.2: Digital Communicator ........................23 1.7.3: Telephone Company Rights and Warnings ..................24 1.7.4: For Canadian Applications ........................24...
  • Page 6 Table of Contents Mounting/Installation ...........................54 ANN-LED Board Layout and Connection to FACP ................54 2.8.7: ANN-RLY Relay Module........................54 Specifications............................54 Mounting/Installation ...........................55 ANN-RLY Board Layout and Connection to FACP................56 2.9: ANN-BUS Audio Panel ..........................56 Section 3: Programming ......................58 3.1: User Programming ............................58 3.2: Initial Power-up............................59 3.3: Programming Screens Description ......................60 3.4: Programming and Passwords........................60...
  • Page 7 Table of Contents 4.7: Process Monitor Operation ........................115 4.8: Hazard/Tornado Condition Operation .......................116 4.9: Medical Alert Condition Operation ......................116 4.10: Disable/Enable Operation ........................117 4.11: Waterflow Circuits Operation ........................117 4.12: Detector Functions...........................117 4.13: Time Functions: Real-Time Clock......................117 4.14: Coded Operation ............................117 4.15: Presignal ..............................118 4.16: Positive Alarm Sequence .........................118 4.17: Special System Timers..........................118...
  • Page 8 Table of Contents Appendix C: FACP with Keltron ..................152 Appendix D: Wire Requirements..................153 D.1: MS-5UD-3(E) & MS-10UD-3(E) NAC Wiring ..................154 D.2: MS-5UD-7(C/E) & MS-10UD-7(C/E) NAC Wiring................154 Appendix E: Default Programming ..................155 Appendix F: Canadian Application ..................156 F.1: ANN-LED Annunciator Installation for Canadian Applications...............156 Index ............................
  • Page 9 It is imperative that the installer understand the requirements of the Authority Having Jurisdiction (AHJ) and be familiar with the standards set forth by the following regulatory agencies: • Underwriters Laboratories Standards • NFPA 72 National Fire Alarm Code • CAN/ULC - S527-99 Standard for Control Units for Fire Alarm Systems Before proceeding, the installer should be familiar with the following documents.
  • Page 10 MS-5UD Series Main Circuit Board ms-5udlayout.wmf MS-5UD & MS-10UD Series Manual — P/N 52626:C2 1/24/2012...
  • Page 11 MS-10UD Series Main Circuit Board ms-10udlayout.wmf MS-5UD & MS-10UD Series Manual — P/N 52626:C2 1/24/2012...
  • Page 12 ANN-S/PG ANN-I/O Printer Driver ANN-80(C) LED Driver Doc. #151417 LCD Text Annunciator/Indicator Doc. #151416 Doc. #52749 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Alarm NAC 1 NAC2 NAC 3 NAC 4 Silenced Fault Fault Fault Fault Earth Battery Charger Disabled Fault Fault...
  • Page 13: Section 1: Product Description

    Section 1: Product Description The MS-5UD is a five zone FACP (Fire Alarm Control Panel) and the MS-10UD is a ten zone FACP. The information in this manual refers to both the MS-5UD and MS-10UD unless otherwise specified. The combination control and digital communicator panels provide reliable fire signaling protection for small to medium sized commercial, industrial and institutional buildings.
  • Page 14: Product Features

    Product Description Product Features The following versions of the MS-5UD and MS-10UD are available: FACP Version Description MS-5UD-3 Five Zone Panel: 120 VAC with FLPS-3 power supply providing 3.0 amps total 24 VDC output current MS-5UD-7 Five Zone Panel: 120 VAC with FLPS-7 power supply providing 7.0 amps total 24 VDC output current MS-5UD-7C Five Zone Panel: 120 VAC with FLPS-7 power supply providing 7.0 amps...
  • Page 15: Specifications

    Specifications Product Description ANN-RLY Relay Module  ANN-LED Annunciator Module  • 80-character LCD display (backlit) • Real-time clock/calendar with daylight savings time control • History log with 256 event storage • Control Buttons ACK (Acknowledge)  Alarm Silence  System Reset/Lamp Test ...
  • Page 16 Product Description Specifications MS-5UD-3E (FLPS-3 Power Supply): 240 VAC, 50 HZ, 0.54 amps MS-5UD-7E (FLPS-7 Power Supply): 240 VAC, 50 HZ, 2.20 amps MS-10UD-3E (FLPS-3 Power Supply): 240 VAC, 50 HZ, 0.54 amps MS-10UD-7E (FLPS-7 Power Supply): 240 VAC, 50 HZ, 2.20 amps Wire size: minimum #14 AWG (2.0 mm ) with 600V insulation Supervised, nonpower-limited...
  • Page 17 Specifications Product Description Special Application Resettable or Nonresettable Power - TB9 Operating Voltage: Nominal 24 VDC Maximum Available Current: 500 mA Power-limited Circuitry Jumper selectable by JP31 for resettable or nonresettable power: Jumper pins 1 & 2 on JP31 for nonresettable power ...
  • Page 18 Product Description Specifications The following figure illustrates the maximum current that is possible for each major panel output circuit and the total current available from the FACP with the FLPS-3 power supply. This applies to the MS-5UD-3, MS-10UD-3, MS-5UD-3E, and MS-10UD-3E. Special Application 0.5 amp max Nonresettable or...
  • Page 19 Specifications Product Description The following figure illustrates the maximum current that is possible for each major panel output circuit and the total current available from the FACP with the FLPS-7 power supply. This applies to the MS-5UD-7, MS-5UD-7C, MS-10UD-7, MS-10UD-7C, MS-5UD-7E, and MS-10UD-7E. Special Application Nonresettable or 0.5 amp max...
  • Page 20: Controls And Indicators

    Product Description Controls and Indicators 1.3 Controls and Indicators LCD Display The FACP uses an 80-character (4 lines X 20 characters) high viewing angle SYSTEM ALL NORMAL LCD display. The display includes a long life 10:00A 012105 LED backlight that remains illuminated. If AC power is lost and the system is not in alarm, the LED backlight will turn off to conserve batteries.
  • Page 21: Digital Alarm Communicator/Transmitter

    Digital Alarm Communicator/Transmitter Product Description 1.4 Digital Alarm Communicator/Transmitter Two modular phone jacks allow easy connection to telephone lines. Modular jacks are labeled PH1 for Primary Phone Line and PH2 for Secondary Phone Line. Two telephone line active red LEDs are provided as well as a green Kissoff LED.
  • Page 22 Product Description Optional Modules and Accessories ANN-80 LCD Annunciator The ANN-80 is a remote LCD annunciator which mimics the information displayed on the FACP LCD display and provides remote RESET, SILENCE, ACKNOWLEDGE, and DRILL. ANN-80C LCD Indicator (Canadian applications) The ANN-80C is a remote LCD indicator which mimics the information displayed on the FACP LCD display but does not allow remote control of the FACP.
  • Page 23: Telephone Requirements And Warnings

    Telephone Requirements and Warnings Product Description PS-Tools Programming Utility The PS-Tools Programming Utility can be used to locally or remotely program the FACP directly ® from most IBM compatible personal computers (PC), running Windows XP (or newer). FACP program files can also be created and stored on the PC and then downloaded later to the control panel.
  • Page 24: 3: Telephone Company Rights And Warnings

    Product Description Telephone Requirements and Warnings instructions, consult the telephone company or a qualified installer about installing the RJ31X jack and alarm dialing equipment. Refer to “Digital Communicator” on page 36 for an illustration of the proper installation of this equipment. 1.7.3 Telephone Company Rights and Warnings The telephone company, under certain circumstances, may temporarily discontinue services and/or make changes in its facilities, services, equipment or procedures which may affect the operation of...
  • Page 25 Telephone Requirements and Warnings Product Description “The Ringer Equivalence Number (REN) assigned to each terminal device provides an indication of the maximum number of terminals allowed to be connected to a telephone interface. the termi- nation of an interface may consist of any combination of devices subject only to the requirement that the sum of the REN of all devices does not exceed 5.”...
  • Page 26: Section 2: Installation

    Section 2: Installation The cabinet can be surface mounted or semi-flush mounted. The door is removable during the installation period by opening and lifting it off the hinges. The cabinet mounts using two key slots at the top of the backbox and two additional securing holes located at the bottom. Carefully unpack the system and check for shipping damage.
  • Page 27 Backbox Mounting Installation Semi-Flush Mounting Do not recess box more than 3.875” into wall to avoid covering venting Hinge Slot for optional holes on top of box. Dress Panel Mounting slots for optional Trim Ring Semi- Flush mounting hole Hinge Slot for optional Dress Panel Figure 2.2 Cabinet Dimensions MS-5UD &...
  • Page 28: Operating Power

    Installation Operating Power Depth = 5.207” (13.23 cm) Depth = 5.257” Door = 16.821” (42.73 cm) (13.353 cm) Backbox = 16.65” (42.29 cm) Door = 19.26” (48.92 cm) Backbox = 19.0” (48.26) Left Side Right Side Bottom Figure 2.3 Backbox and Battery Box 2.2 Operating Power WARNING: RISK OF ELECTRICAL SHOCK AND/OR EQUIPMENT DAMAGE SEVERAL DIFFERENT SOURCES OF POWER CAN BE CONNECTED TO THIS PANEL.
  • Page 29 Operating Power Installation may be connected to this circuit. In addition, this circuit must be provided with overcurrent protec- tion and may not contain any power disconnect devices. An Earth Ground connection must be made to ensure proper panel operation and lightning and transient protection. Connect the Earth Ground wire [minimum 14 AWG (2.00 mm )] to the grounding stud in the backbox and then run the wire to TB1.
  • Page 30: Input Circuits

    Installation Input Circuits 2.3 Input Circuits The MS-5UD has five IDCs (Initiating Device Circuits) and the MS-10UD has ten IDCs. Each cir- cuit is compatible with System Sensor’s i smoke detectors which generate a maintenance signal when the detector becomes dirty and a separate supervisory ‘freeze’ signal when ambient tempera- ture falls below the detector rating of approximately 45 F.
  • Page 31 Input Circuits Installation Combination Waterflow/Supervisory Zone A combination Waterflow/Supervisory circuit allows an FACP to distinguish between an Alarm switch (waterflow device) and a Supervisory switch (tamper) installed on the same circuit. Any circuit can be programmed as a Combo Type zone. The following figure illustrates the wiring of Zone 2 as a Style B (Class B) Waterflow/Supervisory circuit.
  • Page 32: Output Circuits

    Installation Output Circuits 2.4 Output Circuits 2.4.1 Notification Appliance Circuits Total current drawn from the four Style Y (Class B) Notification Appliance Circuits as well as other DC power outputs cannot exceed 3.0 amps for the MS-5UD-3(E), MS-10UD-3(E) [2.5 amp maxi- mum per NAC] powered by the FLPS-3 power supply or 7.0 amps for the MS-5UD-7(C/E), MS- 10UD-7(C/E) [3.0 amps maximum per NAC] powered by the FLPS-7 power supply (refer to “Power Supply Calculations”...
  • Page 33: 2: Special Application Dc Power Output Connections

    Output Circuits Installation 2.4.2 Special Application DC Power Output Connections Special Application Resettable and Nonresettable 24 VDC power is available on the MS-5UD and MS-10UD control panel. Special Application 4-Wire Smoke Detector Power (500 mA) 24 VDC filtered, resettable power for 4-wire smoke detectors can be obtained from these terminals (power-limited) Special Application Resettable or Nonresettable Power (500 mA)
  • Page 34: 4: Remote Synchronization Output

    Installation Output Circuits 2.4.4 Remote Synchronization Output Synchronization is a feature that controls the activation of notification appliances in such a way that all devices will turn on and off at exactly the same time. This is particularly critical when activat- ing strobes which must be synchronized to avoid random activation and a potential hazard to indi- viduals.
  • Page 35: Power-Limited Wiring Requirements

    Power-limited Wiring Requirements Installation 2.5 Power-limited Wiring Requirements Power-limited and nonpower-limited circuit wiring must remain separated in the cabinet. All power-limited circuit wiring must remain at least 0.25” (6.35 mm) away from any nonpower-lim- ited circuit wiring. Furthermore, all power-limited and nonpower-limited circuit wiring must enter and exit the cabinet through different knockouts and/or conduits.
  • Page 36: Digital Communicator

    Installation Digital Communicator 2.6 Digital Communicator Two independent telephone lines can be connected to the control panel. Telephone line con- trol/command is made possible via double line seizure as well as usage of an RJ31X style intercon- nection. Note that it is critical that the panel's digital communicator be located as the first device on the incoming telephone circuit to properly function.
  • Page 37: Installation Of Optional Modules

    Installation of Optional Modules Installation 2.7 Installation of Optional Modules WARNING: RISK OF ELECTRICAL SHOCK REMOVE ALL POWER (AC AND DC) BEFORE INSTALLING OR REMOVING MODULES OR WIRING. 2.7.1 CAC-5X Class A Converter Module Installation The CAC-5X Module can be used to convert five Style B (Class B) Initiating Device Circuits to Style D (Class A) and the two Style Y (Class B) Notification Appliance Circuits to Style Z (Class A).
  • Page 38: Wiring Nacs And Idcs For Class A

    Installation Installation of Optional Modules Wiring NACs and IDCs for Class A Wire the Style Z (Class A) Notification Appliance Circuits using TB5 of the MS-5UD/MS-10UD and TB2 of the CAC-5X module. Wire the Style D (Class A) Initiating Device Circuits using TB4 of the MS-5UD/MS-10UD and TB1 of the CAC-5X.
  • Page 39: 2: 4Xtmf Option Module

    Installation of Optional Modules Installation 2.7.2 4XTMF Option Module The 4XTMF module can be plugged into connectors J4 and J5 on the main circuit board. The following steps must be followed when installing the 4XTMF module: Remove all power (AC and DC) from the FACP before installing the modules. Cut jumper JP30 on the main circuit board to allow the control panel to supervise the placement of the 4XTMF option module.
  • Page 40: 3: Ann-Sec Option Card

    Installation Installation of Optional Modules Local Energy Municipal Box Service (NFPA 72 Auxiliary Fire Alarm Systems): Supervisory Current: 5.0 mA Trip Current: 350 mA (subtracted from notification appliance power) Coil Voltage: 3.65 VDC Maximum Coil Resistance: 14.6 ohms Maximum allowable wire resistance between panel and trip coil: 3 ohms Municipal Box wiring can leave the building Remote Station Service (NFPA 72 Remote Station Fire Alarm Systems) - Intended for connection to a polarity reversal circuit or a Remote Station receiving unit having...
  • Page 41: Ann-Bus Devices

    ANN-BUS Devices Installation Secure the ANN-SEC to the circuit board with the supplied screw. connector to J13 on main circuit board ANN-SEC FACP Circuit Board standoff and screw Figure 2.18 Installing the ANN-SEC Option Card 2.8 ANN-BUS Devices WARNING: RISK OF ELECTRICAL SHOCK Disconnect all sources of power (AC and DC) before installing or removing any modules or wiring.
  • Page 42 Installation ANN-BUS Devices To calculate the wire gauge that must be used to connect ANN-BUS modules to the FACP, it is nec- essary to calculate the total worst case current draw for all modules on a single 4-conductor bus. The total worst case current draw is calculated by adding the individual worst case currents for each module.
  • Page 43 ANN-BUS Devices Installation Wire Gauge Ohms per 1,000 feet (Rpu) 16.2 4.02 2.54 Exception: When using the ANN-RLY module, the installer must ensure that the maximum 24VDC power line drop does not exceed 0.3 volts. This results in the following wiring limitations: Wire Gauge Maximum Wire Length 312 feet...
  • Page 44: Wiring Configuration

    Installation ANN-BUS Devices Wiring Configuration Figure 2.19 illustrates the wiring between the FACP’s Primary ANN-BUS and ANN-BUS devices. FACP Primary ANN-BUS ANN-BUS and power wiring are supervised and power-limited ANN-80 Figure 2.19 FACP wiring to ANN-BUS Device on Primary ANN-BUS illustrates the wiring between the FACP’s Secondary ANN-BUS, via the ANN-SEC option card, and ANN-BUS devices.
  • Page 45: Powering Ann-Bus Devices From Auxiliary Power Supply

    ANN-BUS Devices Installation Powering ANN-BUS Devices from Auxiliary Power Supply Figure 2.21 illustrates the powering of ANN-BUS devices from an auxiliary power supply such as the FCPS-24FS6/8, when the maximum number of ANN-BUS devices exceeds the ANN-BUS power requirements. Cut Ground Fault Detection jumper JP1 (FACP monitors for ground faults) MS-5UD/MS-10UD ANN-BUS -24 VDC...
  • Page 46: 3: Ann-80(C) Remote Fire Annunciator/Indicator

    Installation ANN-BUS Devices 2.8.3 ANN-80(C) Remote Fire Annunciator/Indicator The ANN-80(C) Annunciator/Indicator is a compact, 80 character, backlit LCD remote fire annun- ciator which mimics the FACP display. It also provides system status indicators for AC Power, Alarm, Trouble, Supervisory and Alarm Silenced conditions. The ANN-80 Annunciator provides buttons for remote Reset, Silence, Acknowledge, and Drill of the FACP.
  • Page 47: Mounting

    ANN-BUS Devices Installation Mounting The ANN-80 can be surface or semi-flush mounted to a single, double or 4” square electrical box. Select and remove the appropriate knockout(s), pull the necessary wires through the knockouts and mount the annunciator in or on the wall depending on the type of installation desired. The ANN-SB80KIT(-R/-B/-W) is an available mounting kit for the ANN-80 annunciator.
  • Page 48: 4: Ann-S/Pg Serial/Parallel Printer Interface Installation

    Installation ANN-BUS Devices Connect the wiring from the 24 VDC power source to annunciator TB1 terminals 1 (-) & 2 (+). Make certain to observe proper polarity. If appropriate, connect the power wiring going to the next device to terminals 1 (-) &...
  • Page 49: Specifications

    ANN-BUS Devices Installation Connect the ANN-S/PG to the FACP as illustrated in Figure 2.23. Primary ANN-BUS MS-5UD/MS-10UD Primary ANN-BUS ANN-S/PG Module Parallel ANN-BUS and power wiring are supervised and power-limited Cable Connectors for connection to printer Serial Figure 2.23 ANN-S/PG Connection to FACP Using the DIP switches on the back of the ANN-S/PG module, assign an ID number (address) to the module.
  • Page 50 Installation ANN-BUS Devices Setting Printer Options  Refer to the documentation supplied with the PRN-6F printer for instructions on using the printer menu controls. Set the printer options (under the menu area) as shown in the following table: Option Setting Option Setting Font...
  • Page 51: 5: Ann-I/O Led Driver Module

    ANN-BUS Devices Installation 2.8.5 ANN-I/O LED Driver Module The ANN-I/O is an LED driver module that can be used in a wide variety of applications, including as an interface with most customized graphic annunciators. The ANN-I/O can drive up to 40 LEDs.
  • Page 52: Ann-I/O Connection To Facp

    Installation ANN-BUS Devices ANN-I/O Connection to FACP The ANN-I/O connects to the FACP via the ANN-BUS as illustrated in Figure 2.25. After the ANN-I/O is connected to the panel, it must be added to the system via FACP programming. Primary ANN-BUS ANN-I/O Module MS-5UD/MS-10UD ANN-BUS and power wiring are...
  • Page 53: 6: Ann-Led Annunciator Module

    ANN-BUS Devices Installation The LEDs are wired as illustrated in Figure 2.26. Note that the illustration depicts only connectors P1 and P2. Wiring is identical for P3 (LEDs 21-30) and P4 (LEDs 31-40). Figure 2.26 ANN-I/O Board Layout 2.8.6 ANN-LED Annunciator Module The ANN-LED annunciator module provides LED annunciation of general system faults and input zones when used with a compatible FACP.
  • Page 54: Mounting/Installation

    Installation ANN-BUS Devices Mounting/Installation Install the ANN-LED Module as described in the documentation supplied with the annunciator. ANN-LED Board Layout and Connection to FACP Figure 2.27 illustrates the ANN-LED board wiring connections to the FACP. ANN-BUS (ID#) Address DIP switch ANN-LED FACP -24 VDC...
  • Page 55: Mounting/Installation

    ANN-BUS Devices Installation Mounting/Installation The ANN-RLY relay module can be mounted inside the FACP main circuit board chassis or inside the ROME Series enclosure. Refer to the ANN-RLY Installation Document #53033 for instructions on chassis mounting or to the ROME Series Installation Document #53530 for mounting in the sep- arate backbox.
  • Page 56: Ann-Rly Board Layout And Connection To Facp

    Installation ANN-BUS Audio Panel ANN-RLY Board Layout and Connection to FACP Figure 2.29 illustrates the ANN-RLY board wiring connections to the FACP. ANN-BUS (ID#) Address DIP switch ANN-RLY FACP -24 VDC +24 VDC Primary ANN-BUS Figure 2.29 ANN-RLY Board Layout and Connection to FACP 2.9 ANN-BUS Audio Panel WARNING: RISK OF ELECTRICAL SHOCK DISCONNECT ALL SOURCES OF POWER (AC AND DC) BEFORE INSTALLING OR REMOVING...
  • Page 57 ANN-BUS Audio Panel Installation message will play over the corresponding audio panel output circuit. For example, if FACP Input Zone 3 goes into alarm, the programmed message will play over the ACC-25/50ZS/T output circuit 3. If two or more input zones are active at the same time, the highest priority message will turn on. One of the FACP input zones can be programmed as an All-Call Zone.
  • Page 58: Section 3: Programming

    Section 3: Programming NOTICE TO USERS, INSTALLERS, AUTHORITIES HAVING JURISDICTION, AND OTHER INVOLVED PARTIES This product incorporates field-programmable software. In order for the product to comply with the requirements in the Standard for Control Units and Accessories for Fire Alarm Systems, UL 864, certain programming features or options must be limited to specific values or not used at all as indicated below: Program feature or Permitted in UL...
  • Page 59: Initial Power-Up

    Initial Power-up Programming Read Status mode can be entered while the panel is in any mode of operation. If an alarm or super- visory event exists at the panel, the event must be cleared before entering Programming mode. To access any of the programming or read status features, the Enter or Mode key must be pressed, which will cause the LCD to display the following: 1=READ STATUS MODE 2=PROGRAMMING MODE...
  • Page 60: Programming Screens Description

    Programming Programming Screens Description 3.3 Programming Screens Description Three options are available when the Enter key is pressed: Read Status, Programming, and Remote Download Mode. The Read Status and Programming options have multiple functions or features which may be chosen. To view all of the choices, it is necessary that the programmer scroll through a number of additional subscreens.
  • Page 61: Master Programming Level

    Master Programming Level Programming Entering the Master level password (default 00000) will cause the following screen to appear: PROGRAMMING 1=INPUT ZONES 2=NACS 3=RELAYS If the Maintenance level password (default 11111) is entered, the following screen will appear: PROGRAMMING 1=INPUT ZONES 2=HISTORY 3=WALKTEST Note that in the two preceding screens, an arrow appears to inform the programmer that additional...
  • Page 62: 1=Input Zones

    Programming Master Programming Level PROGRAMMING 1=SYSTEM SETUP 2=OPTION MODULES 3=HISTORY Programming Screen #2 PROGRAMMING 1=WALKTEST 2=CLEAR PROGRAM 3=PASSWORD CHANGE Programming Screen #3 3.5.1 Input Zones The Input Zones option allows the user to initially program or change the programming for the five input zones (circuits) on the MS-5UD or the ten input zones (circuits) on the MS-10UD.
  • Page 63 Master Programming Level Programming The following examples show the editing of Input Zone 1: INPUT ZONE 1 1=ENABLED 2=TYPE PULL STATION 3=VERIFICATION Edit Input Zone Screen #2 INPUT ZONE 1 1=PAS/PRE-SIG DELAY NO DELAY Edit Input Zone Screen #3 INPUT ZONE 1 1=FREEZE SUPV.
  • Page 64 Programming Master Programming Level Pressing the down arrow key will display additional zone types as indicated in the following table. Some of the following Zone Types are not available for Canadian applications. Refer to “Canadian Option” on page 81 for additional details. Zone Type Action When Activated Pull-Station...
  • Page 65 Master Programming Level Programming Verification INPUT ZONE Alarm verification is used to confirm that a smoke detector activation is a true alarm condition and 1=ENABLED not a false alarm. This feature is selected by pressing 3 while viewing the Edit Zone Screen #2 so 2=TYPE that the display reads Verification On.
  • Page 66 Programming Master Programming Level ACC Message Pressing 2 for ACC MSG # while viewing Edit Input Zone Screen #4 will cause the following screens to be displayed: ACC MSG NUMBER 1=NO MSG-ACTIVE INPUT ZONE # 2=NO MSG-INACTIVE 1=FREEZE SUPV. 3=MESSAGE 1 2=ACC MSG # Edit Input Zone Screen #4 ACC Message Screen #1...
  • Page 67 Master Programming Level Programming Pressing 1 while viewing the Adjective/Noun Screen will cause the following screen(s) to be dis- played. Note that the keyboard down arrow key must be pressed to see all the Adjective screens. Press the number corresponding to the adjective that is to be used as a descriptor for the location of the detector currently being programmed.
  • Page 68 Programming Master Programming Level Pressing 2 while viewing the Adjective/Noun Screen will cause the following screen(s) to be dis- 1=STANDARD ADJECTIVE played. Note that the keyboard down arrow key must be pressed to see all the Noun screens. Press 2=STANDARD NOUN the number corresponding to the noun that is to be used as a descriptor for the location of the detec- 3=CUSTOM ADJECTIVE 4=CUSTOM NOUN...
  • Page 69 Master Programming Level Programming Pressing 3 or 4 while viewing the Adjective/Noun Screen will display screens similar to the previ- ous Adjective and Noun Screens. The new screens will list custom Adjectives and Nouns which have been programmed into the control panel by the user utilizing the PK-CD programming kit. These descriptors are selected as described in the previous sections.
  • Page 70: 2: Nac (Notification Appliance Circuit)

    Programming Master Programming Level With the cursor on the last letter of the Noun field, press the zero key again to increment the room number to 305. Press the Enter key to store the information. 3.5.2 NAC (Notification Appliance Circuit) PROGRAMMING The options for the NACs on the control panel main circuit board can be configured by pressing 2 1=INPUT ZONES...
  • Page 71: Nac Coding

    Master Programming Level Programming NAC Coding The Coding feature allows the programmer to select the type of output that the main circuit board notification appliances will generate when activated. Pressing 2 while viewing NAC Screen #1 will cause the following displays to appear: CODING 1=STEADY 2=MARCH TIME...
  • Page 72 Programming Master Programming Level Two Stage Operation  Two Stage operation consists of the following: • 1st stage output - 20 ppm (pulse-per-minute) coding • 2nd stage output - Temporal coding as described above • Acknowledge button functions as the automatic alarm signal cancel button If Two Stage operation is programmed as the Coding option, the following sequence of events will occur during an alarm.
  • Page 73: Silence

    Master Programming Level Programming Silence NAC # 1=SILENCE Pressing 1 while viewing NAC Screen #2 will cause the following screen to be displayed: 2=AUTO SILENCE NO 3=SIL INHIBITED NO NAC Screen #2 SILENCEABLE 1=SILENCEABLE 2=NON SILENCEABLE 3=SYNC MUTE Silenceable Screen Pressing 1 while viewing the Silenceable Screen will program the selected NAC as a silenceable circuit.
  • Page 74: Silence Inhibited

    Programming Master Programming Level To disable the Auto Silence feature, press 1 for No while viewing Auto Silence Screen #1. To enable the Auto Silence feature, press the number corresponding to the time delay which will elapse before Auto Silence activates. This information will be stored in memory and the display will return to NAC Screen #1.
  • Page 75: 4: System Setup

    Master Programming Level Programming While viewing the selected screen, press the number corresponding to the desired relay type to pro- gram the main circuit board relay. The choice will be stored in memory and the display will return to the Relay Type Screen which will show the programmed type choice. Press the Escape key to return to the Relays Selection Screen and repeat the preceding procedure for the remaining relays.
  • Page 76: Timers

    Programming Master Programming Level Timers Timer delays for PAS, Pre-signal and waterflow activation can be programmed by pressing 1 while viewing System Setup Screen #1. The following screen will be displayed: TIMERS 1=PAS DELAY SYSTEM SETUP 2=PRE SIGNAL 1=TIMERS 3=WATERFLW DELAY 2=BANNER 3=TIME-DATE System Setup Screen #1...
  • Page 77 Master Programming Level Programming A flashing cursor is positioned in the lower left corner of the display. Enter a delay time consisting of three digits, such as 009 for nine seconds. Upon entering the third digit, the time delay will be stored in the control panel memory and the display will return to the Delay Screen which will indi- cate the new delay time.
  • Page 78: Banner

    Programming Master Programming Level Banner The top line of the display, which appears when the control panel is in normal mode, can be changed by using the Banner option. Pressing 2 while viewing System Setup Screen #1 will cause the following to be displayed: SELECT BANNER SYSTEM SETUP 1=FACTORY BANNER...
  • Page 79: Time-Date

    Master Programming Level Programming Time-Date SYSTEM SETUP 1=TIMERS The control panel time and date can be changed by pressing 3 while viewing the System Setup 2=BANNER Screen #1. The following screen will be displayed: 3=TIME-DATE System Setup Screen #1 TIME AND DATE 1=TIME 10:00 AM 2=DATE...
  • Page 80 Programming Master Programming Level digit is entered. After the last year digit is entered, the display will return to the Time-Date Screen which will show the new date entry. If an error is made while entering a digit, press the CLR key to delete the entire entry and beginning again.
  • Page 81: Trouble Reminder

    Master Programming Level Programming Trouble Reminder SYSTEM SETUP 1=TROUBLE REMIND The Trouble Reminder features causes the control panel piezo to sound a reminder ‘beep’ for 2=CANADIAN OPTION OFF alarms and troubles, after the panel has been silenced. Refer to “System Setup” on page 75, for a 3=CHARGR DISABLE detailed description of this feature.
  • Page 82: Ann-Bus

    Programming Master Programming Level ANN-BUS Pressing 1 while viewing the Option Modules screen will cause the control panel to display the fol- lowing screens. ANN-BUS 1=BUS ENABLED 2=BUS MODULES 3=AUTO CONFIGURE ANN-BUS Screen #1 ANN-BUS 1=ANN-S/PG OPTIONS 2=ANN-80 OPTIONS 3=ANN-RLY OPTIONS ANN-BUS Screen #2 ANN-BUS 1=ANN-AUDIO OPTIONS...
  • Page 83 Master Programming Level Programming Pressing the down arrow key will allow the programmer to view additional screens displaying Addresses 1 - 8. Pressing the number corresponding to the desired address will display a screen with technical information about the selected module. In the technical information screen, pressing 1 for Type will display the following screens: ANN-BUS MODULE TYPE 1=NOT INSTALLED...
  • Page 84 Programming Master Programming Level ANN-S/PG Options Screen  The Printer Option allows the user to configure the optional printer. Pressing 1 while viewing the ANN-BUS Screen #2 will display the following screens: ANN-S/PG OPTIONS 1=PORT PARALLEL 2=PRINTER SUPV 3=OFFLINE TIMER PROGRAMMING 1=ANN-S/PG OPTIONS 2=ANN-80 OPTIONS...
  • Page 85 Master Programming Level Programming ANN-I/O LED Zone Assignments  The information displayed by LEDs on every ANN-I/O module is not programmable and will therefore be as indicated in the following table. Zone (any address) AC Fault General Alarm General Supervisory General Trouble Alarm Silenced Earth Fault...
  • Page 86 Programming Master Programming Level ANN-80 Options Screen  Pressing 2 while viewing ANN-BUS screen #2 will display the following screen: ANN-80 OPTIONS 1=PIEZO ENABLE 2=LOCK ENABLE 3=ACK BTN ENABLE ANN-80 Options Screen #1 ANN-80 OPTIONS 1=SIL BTN ENABLE 2=RST BTN ENABLE 3=DRL BTN ENABLE ANN-80 Options Screen #2 The Piezo Enable option allows the programmer to select whether the piezo sounder on any...
  • Page 87: Ann-Rly Options Screen

    Master Programming Level Programming ANN-RLY Options Screen PROGRAMMING Pressing 3 for ANN-RLY Options while viewing ANN-BUS Screen #2 will cause the following 1=ANN-S/PG OPTIONS 2=ANN-80 OPTIONS screen to be displayed: 3=ANN-RLY OPTIONS ANN-BUS Screen #2 ANN-RLY OPTIONS 1=RELAY 1 IN ZONE 1 2=RELAY 2 IN ZONE 2 3=RELAY 3...
  • Page 88: Ann-Sec Enable

    Programming Master Programming Level This screen shows the Input Zone that has been assigned to be the All-Call Zone. In this example, Zone 1 is the All-Call Zone. The All-Call Zone can be changed by pressing the 1 key while view- ing the ANN-AUDIO Options Screen.
  • Page 89: Onboard Dact

    Master Programming Level Programming Onboard DACT ANN-BUS The Onboard DACT (Digital Alarm Communicator/Transmitter) provides communication to a cen- 1=ANN-AUDIO OPTIONS tral station. Pressing 2 while viewing the Option Module Screen will cause the following screens 2=ANN-SEC ENABLE to be displayed: ANN-BUS Screen #3 ON BOARD DACT 1=PRIM PHONE...
  • Page 90 Programming Master Programming Level Press 1 to select Touchtone dialing, 2 to select Rotary dialing with a make/break ratio of 67/33, or 3 to select Rotary dialing with a make/break ratio of 60/40. Central Station  Central Station programming configures the control panel DACT for contacting the central station. Pressing 3 while viewing Onboard DACT Screen 1 will cause the following screens to be dis- played: ON BOARD DACT...
  • Page 91 Master Programming Level Programming Note that the following information must be entered for both the Primary and Secondary Central Station Phone Numbers. CENTRAL STATION # 1=TEST TIME INT 2=ACCOUNT CODE 0000 3=24HR T TIME 0000 Primary/Secondary Screen #1 CENTRAL STATION 1=PHONE NUMBER Primary/Secondary Screen #2 CENTRAL STATION...
  • Page 92 Programming Master Programming Level Account Code Pressing 2 while viewing Primary/Secondary Screen #1 will cause the following screen to be dis- played: ACCOUNT CODE RANGE 0000-FFFF Account Codes Screen The Account Code, which is assigned by a Central Station, depends on the communication format being used.
  • Page 93 Master Programming Level Programming Enter the digits as you would like the number to be dialed. For example, if it’s necessary to dial 9 before dialing a number outside the building, you may wish to pause after dialing 9. Enter 9 fol- lowed by D for a three second pause, or E for a five second pause then the phone number followed by an F to indicate the end of the number.
  • Page 94 Programming Master Programming Level The following table lists the Zone Alarm Types that can be programmed for zones 1 through 10 and the corresponding Event Codes for Ademco Contact ID and SIA DCS Formats. Note that Table 3.4 on page 95, Table 3.5 on page 96, Table 3.6 on page 97 and Table 3.7 on page 99 list the default set- tings for Zone 1 through Zone 10.
  • Page 95 Master Programming Level Programming Ademco Contact ID Format - Primary Central Station Phone Number The information shown in Table 3.4 is automatically programmed for the Primary Central Station phone number Event Codes when Ademco Contact ID Format is selected. To disable event report- ing, select the desired Event Code to be disabled and press 0 or Clear and then Enter to disable it.
  • Page 96 Programming Master Programming Level Ademco Contact ID Format - Secondary Central Station Phone Number The information shown in Table 3.5 is automatically programmed for the Secondary Central Sta- tion phone number Event Codes when Ademco Contact ID Format is selected. To disable event reporting, select the desired Event Code to be disabled and press 0 or Clear and then Enter to dis- able it.
  • Page 97 Master Programming Level Programming SIA-DCS Format - Primary Central Station Phone Number The information shown in Table 3.6 is automatically programmed for the Primary Central Station phone number Event Codes when SIA-DCS Format is selected. To disable event reporting, select the desired Event Code to be disabled and press 0 or Clear and then Enter to disable it.
  • Page 98 Programming Master Programming Level Primary # Zone 6 Dirty Primary # Zone 7 Dirty Primary # Zone 8 Dirty Primary # Zone 9 Dirty Primary # Zone 10 Dirty FT10 FJ10 Primary # Earth Fault ET38 ER38 Primary # Low Battery Fault Primary # No Battery Fault Primary # Telco Primary Line Fault Primary # Telco Secondary Line Fault...
  • Page 99 Master Programming Level Programming SIA-DCS Format - Secondary Central Station Phone Number The information shown in Table 3.7 is automatically programmed for the Secondary Central Sta- tion phone number Event Codes when SIA-DCS Format is selected. To disable event reporting, select the desired Event Code to be disabled and press 0 or Clear and then Enter to disable it.
  • Page 100 Programming Master Programming Level Secondary # Zone 6 Dirty Secondary # Zone 7 Dirty Secondary # Zone 8 Dirty Secondary # Zone 9 Dirty Secondary # Zone 10 Dirty FT10 FJ10 Secondary # Earth Fault ET38 ER38 Secondary # Low Battery Fault Secondary # No Battery Fault Secondary # Telco Primary Line Fault Secondary # Telco Secondary Line Fault...
  • Page 101 Master Programming Level Programming To set the Trouble Call Limit, press 3 while viewing Central Station Screen #2. The following screen will be displayed. TROUBLE CALL LIMIT RANGE 00-99 TROUBLES Backup Reporting Screen Enter a value between 00 and 99, then press Enter to set the Call Limit to this value. NOTE: Entering a value of 00 will disable the Trouble Call Limit allowing the DACT to call the Central Station an unlimited amount of times.
  • Page 102: 6: History

    Programming Master Programming Level will return to the Service Terminal screen. Supervised Phone Line  The Supervised Phone Line feature allows the user to disable the supervision of Phone Line 2 by the DACT when using an alternate means of secondary transmission path. The factory default set- ting is Phone Line 2 supervised.
  • Page 103: Erase History

    Master Programming Level Programming While displaying the View Events screen, press 1 to view all events, 2 to view only alarms, or 3 to view other events. Use the up and down arrow keys to scroll through all of the displayed events. Erase History The Erase History option allows a user to erase all events from the history file.
  • Page 104: 8: Clear Program

    Programming Master Programming Level The user can now perform a one-person walktest by activating devices throughout the system. As each device is activated, the screen will display the information about the activated device as shown below. Note that the colon (:) in the time is replaced with an asterisk (*) to distinguish the walk- test screen from an actual alarm screen.
  • Page 105: Maintenance Programming Level

    Maintenance Programming Level Programming Press 1 to change the Master Programming Level password, 2 to change the Maintenance Level password, or 3 to change the Remote Download password. Note that the passwords will not be dis- played on annunciators. The following screen will appear when one of the change options is selected: ENTER NEW FIVE DIGIT PASSWORD Enter Password Screen...
  • Page 106: 1: Input Zones - Enable/Disable

    Programming Maintenance Programming Level When the Maintenance level password (default 11111) is entered, the following screen will appear: PROGRAMMING 1=INPUT ZONES 2=HISTORY 3=WALKTEST Note that in the preceding screens, an arrow appears to inform the programmer that additional options can be viewed by pressing the keypad down arrow key, as shown in the following screen. PROGRAMMING 1=TIME-DATE 3.6.1 Input Zones - Enable/Disable...
  • Page 107 Maintenance Programming Level Programming 3.6.2 History Pressing 2 while viewing Maintenance Screen #1 will cause the following screen to be displayed: HISTORY 1=VIEW EVENTS 2=ERASE HISTORY History Screen The History feature allows the operator to view control panel events which have been stored in a history file in memory and erase the contents of the history file Pressing 1 while viewing the History screen will cause the following screen to be displayed: HISTORY...
  • Page 108: 3=Walktest

    Programming Maintenance Programming Level 3.6.3 Walktest PROGRAMMING To perform a walktest, press 3 while viewing Maintenance Screen #1. The following screen will be 1=INPUT ZONES displayed: 2=HISTORY 3=WALKTEST Maintenance Screen #1 WALKTEST 1=SILENT 2=AUDIBLE 3=VIEW RESULT Walktest Screen The operator can press 1 to perform a silent walktest or 2 to perform an audible walktest. The dis- play will read UNIT IN WALKTEST.
  • Page 109 Maintenance Programming Level Programming To change the date, press 2 while viewing the Time and Date Screen. The following screen will be displayed: ENTER DATE **-**-**** MONTH DAY YEAR 11-15-2009 Date Screen A flashing cursor will appear on the left side of the display. Enter the two digit month, two digit day and four digit year.
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  • Page 111: Section 4: Operating Instructions

    Section 4: Operating Instructions 4.1 Panel Control Buttons 4.1.1 Acknowledge/Step The first press of the Acknowledge/Step key silences the piezo sounder, changes flashing LEDs to steady and also changes the status field on the LCD display from capital letters to small letters (TROUBL to Troubl).
  • Page 112: Normal Operation

    Operating Instructions Normal Operation Fire Alarm This red LED flashes when one or more alarms occur. It illuminates steady when the Acknowl- edge/Step or Alarm Silence key is pressed. The Fire Alarm LED turns off when the Reset key is pressed.
  • Page 113: Trouble Operation

    Trouble Operation Operating Instructions 4.4 Trouble Operation With no alarms in the system, the detection of a trouble will cause the following: • The piezo to pulse 1 second On and 1 second Off • The system Trouble LED to flash one second On and one second Off •...
  • Page 114: Alarm Operation

    Operating Instructions Alarm Operation Pressing the Acknowledge/Step or Alarm Silence key will cause the pulsing piezo to silence and the system Trouble LED to change from flashing to on steady. This block acknowledgment occurs regardless of the number of troubles, alarms and supervisory events active in the system. When the Acknowledge/Step key is pressed and at least one new alarm or trouble exists in the system, the ‘acknowledge’...
  • Page 115: Supervisory Operation

    Supervisory Operation Operating Instructions • Third line in display: Zone 10 indicates the zone programmed to this device which, in this example, is Input Zone 10. • Fourth line in display: – Time; the current time in this example is 10:00A which represents 10:00 AM –...
  • Page 116: Hazard/Tornado Condition Operation

    Operating Instructions Hazard/Tornado Condition Operation • The alarm relay is not activated • Silenced alarms are not resounded • Timers are not started • Store event in history bufferActivate appropriate LED on the ANN-LED annunciator (required for this application) Note that, like supervisories, process monitor signals latch, except when programmed for process monitor autoresettable.
  • Page 117: Disable/Enable Operation

    Disable/Enable Operation Operating Instructions 4.10 Disable/Enable Operation Input zones which are disabled do not cause an alarm or any zone activation. Disabled NACs are held in the off state. All disabled zones/NACs are treated as if they were in trouble, with the excep- tion being the status label that will be displayed is DISABL.
  • Page 118: Presignal

    Operating Instructions Presignal 4.15 Presignal Presignal option programs an initiating device to delay the activation of NACs while allowing visual verification by a person. Once a detector triggers an alarm, the onboard piezo sounds imme- diately, but the NACs are not activated for a user programmed time duration of up to three minutes. Note that the alarm relay and communicator will respond to the initial alarm immediately.
  • Page 119: 2: Autosilence Timer

    Special System Timers Operating Instructions 4.17.2 Autosilence Timer If Autosilence is selected, the notification appliances, programmed as silenceable, will automati- cally be silenced after a programmable duration of from 5 to 30 minutes. Pressing the Drill key will restart the timer. Autosilence operation requires the approval of the local Authority Having Jurisdiction.
  • Page 120: Walktest

    Operating Instructions Walktest 4.18 Walktest Walktest is a feature which allows one person to test the fire alarm system. An audible walktest will momentarily sound the Notification Appliance Circuits in the building and store the walktest information in a file at the panel. A silent walktest will not sound the NACs but will store the walk- test information in a file which can be viewed at the panel.
  • Page 121: 1=Input Zones

    Read Status Operating Instructions The following screens will be displayed: READ STATUS READ STATUS 1=INPUT ZONES 1=SYSTEM SETTINGS 2=NACS 2=TIMERS 3=RELAYS 3=DAYLIGHT SAVINGS Read Status Screen #1 Read Status Screen #2 READ STATUS READ STATUS 1=HISTORY 1=CENTRAL STATION 2=PRINTER 2=PHONE LINES 3=ANN-BUS 3=SERVICE TERMINAL Read Status Screen #3...
  • Page 122: 2: Nac

    Operating Instructions Read Status • PAS (Positive Alarm Sequence) Yes/No (for detectors only) • Pre-Signal Yes/No (for detectors only) • Input Zone Freeze Supervision • Adjective/Noun descriptor • ACC Message • Description 4.19.2 NAC Pressing 2 while viewing Read Status Screen #1 will display the following screen: NAC STATUS 1=NAC 1 3=NAC 3...
  • Page 123: 4: System Settings

    Read Status Operating Instructions 4.19.4 System Settings Pressing 1 while viewing Read Status Screen #2 will display the following screens: READ STATUS 1=SYSTEM SETTINGS 2=TIMERS SYSTEM SETTINGS 3=DAYLIGHT SAVINGS TROUBLE REMIND Read Status Screen #2 CANADIAN OPTION CHRGR DISABLE SYSTEM SETTINGS USER BANNER: XXX XXXXX XXXX XXXX The operator can view the system settings options that have been programmed into the FACP.
  • Page 124: 6: Daylight Savings

    Operating Instructions Read Status 4.19.6 Daylight Savings Pressing 3 while Read Status Screen #2 will cause the following screens to be displayed: DAYLIGHT SAVINGS ENABLED START MONTH START WEEK WK 3 DAYLIGHT SAVINGS END MONTH END WEEK WK 3 These screens allow the operator to view settings that have been programmed for Daylight Savings Time.
  • Page 125: 9: Ann-Bus

    Read Status Operating Instructions Pressing 1 while viewing the Print Screen allows the user to print the History file which will detail all of the system activities since the file was last cleared from memory. Pressing 2 while viewing the Print Screen allows the user to print the Walktest log which will detail all of the system activations during walktest since the log was last cleared.
  • Page 126: 10: Central Station

    Operating Instructions Read Status 4.19.10 Central Station Pressing 1 while viewing Read Status Screen #4 will display the following screens: CENTRAL STATION REPORTING READ STATUS REPORT STYLE BOTH 1=CENTRAL STATION 2=PHONE LINES 3=SERVICE TERMINAL Central Station Screen #1 Read Status Screen #4 CENTRAL STATION 1=PRIMARY 2=SECONDARY...
  • Page 127: 12: Service Terminal

    Read Status Operating Instructions Pressing 1 for Superv Phone Line will cause the following screen to be displayed: SUPERVISE PHONE LINE PHONE LINE 2 This screen indicates whether or not Phone Line 2 is being supervised by the DACT. The factory default setting is Phone Line 2 supervised (Yes).
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  • Page 129: Section 5: Central Station Communications

    Section 5: Central Station Communications The control panel transmits zone and system status reports to Central Stations via the public switched telephone network. Two supervised telephone line connections are made to interface the control panel to the telephone lines. Two optional 7 foot telephone cords are available for this pur- pose and can be purchased separately.
  • Page 130: Transmittal Priorities

    Central Station Communications Transmittal Priorities 5.1 Transmittal Priorities The integral communicator transmits highest priority events first. Events, in terms of priority, are listed below in descending order: Alarms (highest priority level) Pull stations  Waterflow  Smoke detector  Other alarm types ...
  • Page 131 Transmittal Priorities Central Station Communications The table below shows UL listed receivers which are compatible with the MS-5UD and MS-10UD. Format SIA-DCS-8        SIA-DCS-20        Ademco Contact ID ...
  • Page 132: Section 6: Local/Remote Site Upload/Download

    Section 6: Local/Remote Site Upload/Download The control panel may be programmed or interrogated off-site via the public switched telephone network or locally using a USB cable. Any personal computer with Windows ® XP or later, with a 2400 baud compatible modem or USB port and Upload/Download software PS-Tools on the CD ROM P/N PK-CD, may serve as a Service Terminal.
  • Page 133: Transferring A Program

    Transferring a Program Local/Remote Site Upload/Download Pressing 4 for Remote Download while viewing the main menu will cause the following screen to be displayed: REMOTE DOWNLOAD ENTER PASSWORD ***** The Remote Download password (default 00000) must be entered to access the Remote Download feature.
  • Page 134: 1: Security Features

    Local/Remote Site Upload/Download Transferring a Program While the control panel is communicating with the remote Service Terminal, one of the DACT’s red phone line active LEDs and the green Kissoff LED will remain on steady. In order to download the panel (whether initiated at the jobsite or remotely), the following must be true: The control panel must be in the Normal Mode of operation.
  • Page 135: Section 7: Power Supply Calculations

    Section 7: Power Supply Calculations 7.1 Overview This section contains instructions and tables for calculating power supply currents in alarm and standby conditions. This is a four-step process, consisting of the following: Calculating the total amount of AC branch circuit current required to operate the system Calculating the power supply load current for non-fire and fire alarm conditions and calculating the secondary (battery) load Calculating the size of batteries required to support the system if an AC power loss occurs...
  • Page 136: Calculating The System Current Draw

    Power Supply Calculations Calculating the System Current Draw 7.3 Calculating the System Current Draw 7.3.1 Overview The control panel must be able to power all internal and external devices continuously during the non-fire alarm condition. To calculate the non-fire alarm load on the system power supply when primary power is applied, use Calculation Column 1 in Table 7.3 on page 137.
  • Page 137 Calculating the System Current Draw Power Supply Calculations Table 7.3 contains three columns for calculating current draws. For maximum output current avail- ability per circuit and per panel, refer to Section 1.2, “Specifications”, on page 15. For each col- umn, calculate the current and enter the total (in amperes) in the bottom row. When finished, copy the totals from Calculation Column 2 and Calculation Column 3 to Table 7.4 on page 138.
  • Page 138: Calculating The Battery Size

    Power Supply Calculations Calculating the Battery Size 7.4 Calculating the Battery Size Use Table 7.4 to calculate the total Standby and Alarm load in ampere hours (AH). This total load determines the battery size (in AH), required to support the control panel under the loss of AC power.
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  • Page 140: Appendix A: Ademco Contact Id Format Event Code Descriptions

    Appendix A: Ademco Contact ID Format Event Code Descriptions This appendix describes the various Event Codes and their messages which are available for the Ademco Contact ID Format. A.1 Transmission Format Between DACT and Receiver The transmission string for the Ademco Contact ID Format is as follows: SSSS 18 QXYZ GG CCC where SSSS = Four digit Subscriber ID Account Code = Identifies transmission as Contact ID to the receiver at the Central Station...
  • Page 141 Ademco Contact ID Typical Printout Ademco Contact ID Format Event Code Descriptions EVENT CODE CLASSIFICATIONS ALARMS SUPERVISORY TROUBLES DISABLES/ TEST/ OPEN/CLOSE BYPASSES MISC. REMOTE ACCESS Medical Fire System Open/Close System Test Fire Sounder/Relay Remote Access Sounder/Relay Panic System Peripheral Access Control System Peripheral Burglary Communication...
  • Page 142 Ademco Contact ID Format Event Code Descriptions Ademco Contact ID Typical Printout EVENT MESSAGE 142 Polling loop short ALARM - Polling Loop Short - # 143 Expansion module failure ALARM - Exp. Module Fail - # 144 Sensor tamper ALARM - Sensor Tamper - # 145 Expansion module tamper ALARM - Exp.
  • Page 143 Ademco Contact ID Typical Printout Ademco Contact ID Format Event Code Descriptions EVENT MESSAGE System Peripheral Troubles - 330 and 340 330 System peripheral TROUBLE - Sys. Peripheral - # 331 Polling loop open TROUBLE - Polling Loop Open 332 Polling loop short TROUBLE - Polling Loop Short 333 Expansion module failure TROUBLE - Exp.
  • Page 144 Ademco Contact ID Format Event Code Descriptions Ademco Contact ID Typical Printout EVENT MESSAGE Access Control - 420 421 Access denied ACCESS - Access Denied - User # (restore not used) 422 Access report by user ACCESS - Access Gained - User # (restore not used) System Disables - 500 and 510 Sounder/Relay Disables - 520...
  • Page 145: Appendix B: Nfpa Standard-Specific Requirements

    Appendix B: NFPA Standard-Specific Requirements The MS-5UD/MS-10UD has been designed for use in commercial, industrial and institutional applications and meets the requirements for service under the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) Standards outlined in this Appendix. The minimum system components required for compliance with the appropriate NFPA standard are listed below: MS-5UD/MS-10UD Control Panel Contains the main control board, cabinet (backbox and door), main power supply and transformer.
  • Page 146 NFPA Standard-Specific Requirements The following figure illustrates an example of Central Station/Remote Station Reporting using a 411UD. The relay contacts from the MS-5UD/MS-10UD may be used to trip any dialer UL listed for Central Station/Remote Station Reporting Services. 411UD Channel1 Channel 2 Channel 3 Channel 4 (2.2K ELR)
  • Page 147 NFPA Standard-Specific Requirements 411UD FACP Alarm TB2-1 TB8-1 TB2-2 TB8-3 Trouble TB2-3 TB8-4 TB2-4 TB8-6 Supervisory TB2-5 TB8-7 TB2-6 TB8-9 Table B.1 411UD Connections to FACP Notes: Reference the 411UD Manual for additional information Program the 411UD for slave operation The MS-5UD/MS-10UD must be programmed for AC Loss Reporting Delay This prevents the immediate transmission of a trouble on the loss of AC power All connections between the control panel and the 411UD must be in conduit, less than 20 feet...
  • Page 148 NFPA Standard-Specific Requirements NFPA 72 Auxiliary Fire Alarm System All connections are power-limited and supervised. This application is not suitable for separate transmission of sprinkler supervisory or trouble conditions. Notes: 3 ohms maximum loop resistance allowed for wiring from control panel to Municipal Box. Cut JP30 on the MS-5UD/MS-10UD main circuit board to supervise placement of SK-4XTMF module and circuit.
  • Page 149 NFPA Standard-Specific Requirements NFPA 72 Remote Station Protective Signaling System Notes: Cut Jumper JP30 on the MS-5UD/MS-10UD main circuit board to supervise placement of the 4XTMF module. Refer to“4XTMF Transmitter Module Installation” on page 39 for detailed information. RS82 Remote Station Receiver UL listed. Refer to Instruction Manual for Remote Station Receiver Model RS82.
  • Page 150 NFPA Standard-Specific Requirements NFPA 72 Proprietary Protective Signaling Systems Fire Alarm Control Panel FACP Main Board Form-C Alarm contact programmed to activate on General Alarm. Form-C Trouble contact which will automatically activate on any Trouble condition. Form-C relay contact programmed to activate on Supervisory condition.
  • Page 151: B.1: Central Station/Remote Station Transmitter: Connection To Facp Dry Contacts

    Central Station/Remote Station Transmitter: Connection to FACP Dry Contacts NFPA Standard-Specific Requirements B.1 Central Station/Remote Station Transmitter: Connection to FACP Dry Contacts The dry contacts of the FACP programmable relays can be used to trip a UL-864 Listed Central Station/Remote Station Transmitter. The FACP contacts must be supervised by the Central Sta- tion/Remote Station Transmitter module using End-of-Line Resistors (ELRs) with a value deter- mined by the Transmitter manufacturer.
  • Page 152: Appendix C: Facp With Keltron

    Appendix C: FACP with Keltron The following figure illustrates the connections between the FACP and Keltron Receiver/Transmit- ter. CAUTION: POSSIBLE EQUIPMENT DAMAGE FOR REASONS OF WIRING DIAGRAM CLARITY, TERMINAL DESIGNATIONS OF KELTRON MODULES ARE NOT SHOWN IN ACTUAL ORDER. FOLLOW KELTRON MANUAL AND MODULE MARKINGS FOR EXACT TERMINAL LOCATIONS TO PREVENT SEVERE MODULE DAMAGE! IMPORTANT! All connections between the FACP and Keltron modules must be made within 20...
  • Page 153: Appendix D: Wire Requirements

    Appendix D: Wire Requirements Connecting external system accessories to the main circuits must be carefully considered to ensure proper operation. It is important to use the correct type of wire, gauge and run length for each cir- cuit. Reference the chart below to specify wire requirements and limitations for each circuit. CIRCUIT CONNECTIONS WIRE REQUIREMENTS Recommended...
  • Page 154: D.1: Ms-5Ud-3(E) & Ms-10Ud-3(E) Nac Wiring

    Wire Requirements MS-5UD-3(E) & MS-10UD-3(E) NAC Wiring D.1 MS-5UD-3(E) & MS-10UD-3(E) NAC Wiring The following table lists NAC wiring requirements for the MS-5UD-3(E) & MS-10UD-3(E) FACP which utilizes the FLPS-3 power supply. CLASS-B CLASS-A Max. Max. allowable wire pair length Max.
  • Page 155: Appendix E: Default Programming

    Appendix E: Default Programming The following table provides a list of the programming options and their factory default settings. Program Option Factory Default Program Option Factory Default Zone #1-10 Enabled ANN-80 Lock Enabled Zone #1-10 Type Pull Station ANN-80 Acknowledge Button Enabled Zone #1-10 PAS Pre-Signal Enabled No Delay ANN-80 Silence Button Enabled...
  • Page 156: Appendix F: Canadian Application

    Appendix F: Canadian Application F.1 ANN-LED Annunciator Installation for Canadian Applications • The FACP is supplied with a modified dress panel and one ANN-LED annunciator. • When installing and programming the FACP, the Canadian Option must be set to ON prior to any other panel programming (refer to “Canadian Option”...
  • Page 157 ANN-LED Annunciator Installation for Canadian Applications Canadian Application To Remote Station Receiver Relay 1 ALARM Relay 2 Relay 3 TROUBLE Relay 4 Relay 5 SUPERVISORY Relay 6 ANN-RLY Non-resettable Aux Power FACP Figure F.2 Alternate Transmission for Alarm, Trouble, and Supervisory Signals Notes: Relays 1 and 2 on the ANN-RLY must be programmed for latching alarm activation.
  • Page 158: Index

    Index Numerics Banner 75 setting 78 10 Zone Main Circuit Board 11 battery 21 24 Hour Test Time 92 precautions 29 4XTMF 149 rating 16 installation 39 battery box 22 see also Transmitter module 21 mounting 27 5 Zone Main Circuit Board 10 battery calculations 138 BB-55F see also battery box 22...
  • Page 159 Index D–L total output 32 current requirements for system 136 Hazard Condition 116 History 102 erase 103 Maintenance Level 107 DACT view events 102 onboard 89 Date setting 79 Daylight Savings Time 80 Default Programming 155 I3 detectors 30 description 13 IDC 14 detector label 69 alarm current 16...
  • Page 160 M–P Index main circuit board Operating Instructions 111 see also 10 zone main circuit board 11 Operation see also 5 Zone main circuit board 10 alarm 114 see also MS-10UD 11 disable/enable 117 maintenance 30 hazard condition 116 piezo pulse rate 20 medical alert 116 Maintenance Alert 117 normal 112...
  • Page 161 Index R–U Level 2 59 see also Class B 14 manual 58 Style D 21 Master Level 1 61 Style Y 16 Programming Levels 59 see also Class B 14 Programming Screens 60 Style Z 21 Proprietary Yes subscreen 60 see also Remote Upload 133 supervision PS-Tools 23...
  • Page 162 V–Z Index Verification zone 65 View Events 102 Walktest 103 audible 103 Maintenance Level 108 operation 120 silent 103 Waterflow Delay timer 76 Waterflow Retard Timer 119 Wire Requirements 153 wiring CAC-5X 38 Class A Converter Module 38 Class A IDC 38 Class A NAC 38 combination waterflow/supervisory 31 IDC 30...
  • Page 163 Manufacturer Warranties and Limitation of Liability Manufacturer Warranties. Subject to the limitations set forth herein, Manufacturer warrants that the Products manufactured by it in its Northford, Connecticut facility and sold by it to its authorized Distributors shall be free, under normal use and service, from defects in material and workmanship for a period of thirty six months (36) months from the date of manufacture (effective Jan.
  • Page 164 World Headquarters 1 Firelite Place Northford, CT 06472-1653 USA 203-484-7161 fax 203-484-7118 www.firelite.com...

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