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FireSeeker
Fire Alarm Control Panel
Model FS-250
Programming Manual
P/N 315-049403-1
Siemens Building Technologies
Fire Safety

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    FireSeeker Fire Alarm Control Panel Model FS-250 Programming Manual P/N 315-049403-1 Siemens Building Technologies Fire Safety...

  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Table Of Contents Introduction .......................1 The Access levels ....................1 User Level .......................1 Maintenance Level ...................2 Technician Level ....................2 The Operator Interface..................3 Interface for User and Maintenance Levels............3 Interface for the Technician Level..............4 Entering Alphanumeric Characters ..............5 QUICK START ....................6 Automatic programming of a new system............6 Manual programming of a system..............7 Programming Concepts..................9 Program Memory....................9...

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    Setting the Date Format ..................19 Clearing the history..................20 Printing the history..................20 Printing the sensor levels ................20 Editing the system label ..................20 Editing the device labels .................20 Starting Quick Test..................20 Configuring NAC sound time for Quick Test .............21 Configuring the printer during Quick Test ............21 Programming a device ..................21 Technician Level....................22 Editing a device configuration................22...

  • Page 5: Introduction

    M A N U A L Introduction The FS-250 Fire Alarm Control Panels are completely field programmable. Although programming requires no special software skills, a thorough working knowledge of Fire Alarm Control Panels and devices is assumed. There are two ways to program an FS-250 fire alarm system control unit: 1.

  • Page 6: Maintenance Level

    F S - 2 5 0 P R O G R A M M I N G M A N U A L Maintenance Level The Maintenance level is accessed via the User Menu and the correct password. The functions accessible in the maintenance level are: •...

  • Page 7: The Operator Interface

    The Operator Interface Interface for User and Maintenance Levels The operator interface for configuring and programming the FS-250 uses the 4 line by 20 character LCD display, the M1 through M4 buttons on the left and right of the display and sixteen push buttons at the bottom of the interface. User Level and Maintenance Level utilize the LCD display and the four buttons (two on each side of the display) to navigate and alter the basic operation of the panel.

  • Page 8: Interface For The Technician Level

    F S - 2 5 0 P R O G R A M M I N G M A N U A L Interface for the Technician Level When the Technician Level is accessed using the password, the LCD display and the keypad are used to program the panel, and to view the programming if desired.

  • Page 9: Entering Alphanumeric Characters

    F S - 2 5 0 P R O G R A M M I N G M A N U A L Entering Alphanumeric Characters Entry of alphanumeric data using keypad is as follows: • Each character is entered using a two-keystroke sequence on the keypad. •...

  • Page 10: User Level

    F S - 2 5 0 P R O G R A M M I N G M A N U A L User Level Pressing the menu button displays the User level functions. The user menu allows the operator to activate General Alarm, Alert, Drill, Recall or Lamp Test. It also allows for viewing the Event History.

  • Page 11: Activating A Recall

    F S - 2 5 0 P R O G R A M M I N G M A N U A L Activating a Recall It is possible to sound a Recall from the keypad using the following steps Press “Menu”...

  • Page 12: Maintenance Level

    F S - 2 5 0 P R O G R A M M I N G M A N U A L Maintenance Level Following are the details of the Maintenance level functions Enabling/Disabling Devices The disable / enable screens allow the operator to disable or enable devices and components of the system.

  • Page 13: Enabling/disabling Nacs

    F S - 2 5 0 P R O G R A M M I N G M A N U A L Enabling/Disabling NACs The Notification Appliance Circuits may be disabled/enabled as follows: Press Press “Outputs” Press “NACs” Enter the number of Use the “Disable/Enable”...

  • Page 14: Changing The Maintenance Password

    Enabling Daylight Savings Time adjustment The FS-250 can adjust for daylight savings automatically. Follow the steps below to enable or disable the automatic daylight savings adjustment feature Press “More” Press “Time” Press “DST...

  • Page 15: Clearing The History

    F S - 2 5 0 P R O G R A M M I N G M A N U A L Clearing the history The panel can store the last 2000 events in the event history. The information displayed includes the date and time, the type of event (TRB, ALM, SUP etc.), the device reporting the event and the event reported.

  • Page 16: Starting Quick Test

    F S - 2 5 0 P R O G R A M M I N G M A N U A L Starting Quick Test The Quick Test mode allows quick and easy testing of the installation. It will allow the devices to be activated and the NACs to sound for a short period of time.

  • Page 17: Appendix A: Glossary

    F S - 2 5 0 P R O G R A M M I N G M A N U A L APPENDIX A: GLOSSARY Alarm Signal. A signal indicating an emergency requiring immediate action, such as an alarm for fire from a manual station, a waterflow alarm, an automatic smoke detector, etc.

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    Initiating Device Circuit (IDC). A circuit to which initiating devices are connected. Also called a detection loop. The FS-250 detection loop may contain up to 252 detectors or devices, all of which may have outputs. Each detection loop will be driven by a FSDLC (Fire Seeker Device Loop card).

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    F S - 2 5 0 P R O G R A M M I N G M A N U A L Output Zone. There may be 255 output zones. Normally used to specify an area of the building for signaling. The output devices such as notification appliances, audible bases, relay bases, FS-SAUs and FS-RUs are connected to these output zones so that when the output zones become active these devices will be activated.

  • Page 20: Appendix B: References

    P R O G R A M M I N G M A N U A L APPENDIX B: REFERENCES • NFPA 72: National Fire Alarm Code (National Fire Protection Association) • NFPA 70: National Electrical Code (Delmar Publishers) • FireSeeker Owners Manual Model FS-250 P/N 315-049353-1...

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