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Honeywell System 800 Operator's Manual

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by Honeywell
Operator's Manual & Log book
System 800
Fire Alarm Panel

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  • Page 1 Honeywell Operator’s Manual & Log book System 800 Fire Alarm Panel...
  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    Table of Contents Scope General description User responsibility Daily Weekly Quarterly Battery replacement Controls and indicators Navigation Access levels To enter access level 2 To return to access level 1 Normal Condition To conduct a display test Fire condition To verify fire To cancel buzzer To silence alarms To reset the system...
  • Page 3: I2__04/07

    Loop map Auxiliary relay Fire routing output Fault routing output Maintenance reminder Appendix Glossary of terms Description of Controls and Indicators36 Controls at the system 800 panel Indicators at the system 800 panel Menu Controls and indicators 796689 (4188-658) i2__04/07...
  • Page 4 Scope This second issue of the Operator’s manual covers the operating instructions for the 24-zone system 800 fire alarm panel. The manual shows how to operate controls and interpret light indications and messages. It includes information on user responsibility and emergency conditions with step by step instructions on how to operate controls.
  • Page 5: General Description

    The system 800 fire alarm panel is designed General description to meet the requirements of EN54 Parts 2 and 4. It is suitable for installation in small to medium size buildings in accordance with the recommendations of BS5839:Part 1, to provide an automatic fire detection and alarm.
  • Page 6: User Responsibility

    It is recommended that the persons User responsible for the fire alarm system should responsibility become familiar with: How to operate the controls How to interpret visual indications given. Daily BS 5839:Part 1, states that the system should be inspected daily to ensure that a normal indication is given at the control and indicating equipment and: any previously indicated fault and...
  • Page 7: Quarterly

    Servicing organisation, see log book. Battery replacement Every four years the batteries installed in the system 800 panel must be replaced. CAUTION: RISK OF EXPLOSION IF BATTERY IS REPLACED BY AN INCORRECT TYPE. DISPOSE OF USED BATTERIES ACCORDING TO THE INSTRUCTIONS.
  • Page 8: Controls And Indicators

    While reading the instructions it may help to Controls and open out the back page of this manual to indicators view the location of controls and indicators on the panel. For description of controls and indicators see User controls and indicators section.
  • Page 9: Access Levels

    The instructions in this manual are for Access levels access to menu options and push button controls available at access levels 1 and 2. (A1) Access level 1 Access level 1 is for the general public and requires no coded entry, and at this level the light indications of the panel are visible, along with menu options to view logs and gain coded entry to level 2.
  • Page 10: To Return To Access Level 1

    To return to access To exit access level 2 and return to access level 1. level 1 Press the Esc button to exit to level 1. Press Enter to accept a return to level 1 and the display will respond with the access level changed message.
  • Page 11: Normal Condition

    Normal Condition The green LED is normally lit giving a steady Power to indicate that mains and battery supply to the panel are healthy. To conduct a display The panel lights and display can be tested to test check that they are working. The Display Test is factory set to operate at access level 2.
  • Page 12: Fire Condition

    Fire event(s) from detectors or manual call Fire condition points in zone(s) are indicated and logged at the panel. The red Fire light is lit. Fire Number of First fire: Device or location label zones in fire Zone number Number of Latest fire First fire: active fires...
  • Page 13: To Verify Fire

    If delay mode is ON, that is if the Delay light is To verify fire lit, the alarm sounders are inactive for a 30 seconds (factory set) duration. During this time the alarm delay can be extended by a Delay pre-configured time (up to 10 minutes maximum) by operating the Verify button.
  • Page 14: Manual Control Of Fire Alarms

    Manual control of fire alarms To sound alarms To manually sound alarms in the system at anytime or resound the alarms after they have been silenced: Enter access level 2. Sound Alarms Press the Sound Alarms button. Note the alarms are sounding! To silence alarms To stop the alarms from sounding: Enter access level 2.
  • Page 15: To Operate Delay Mode

    The Delay Mode (also called Day mode) To operate facility allows the panel to delay the fire delay mode alarms from sounding in the event of a fire. With the Delay mode active there is an initial 30 seconds (factory set) delay before alarms are made active in the event of a fire.
  • Page 16: Fire Test

    The system 800 panel has a fire test facility, Fire Test which puts all the zones into test mode and recommends which manual call point is to be fire tested next. In Test State all normal fire detection functions are disabled.
  • Page 17: To Exit Fire Test Mode

    After the fire test on manual call point is To exit Fire test complete the panel must be taken out of the mode test mode and returned to normal operating condition. In Test State all normal fire detection functions are disabled. Enter access level 2.
  • Page 18: Fault Condition

    A fault condition is an automatic detection of Fault condition faults in the system requiring attention. A fault detected in the fire alarm system is given at the panel in the form of light indication(s) and text message(s) on the display, accompanied with an audible sound from the local buzzer.
  • Page 19 typical Light indication message(s) Meaning Mains supply The mains or back Fault failed up battery supply to the panel has failed. Power Fault Battery disconnected. Master alarm 1 There is an open or Fault / 2 open / short circuit fault on short the master alarm sounder circuit 1 or...
  • Page 20: Disablement Condition

    A disablement condition is usually a Disablement manual action using the controls at the condition panel to disable parts of the system for service and maintenance work. A disablement in the fire alarm system is given at the panel in the form of light indications and text messages on the display.
  • Page 21: System Information

    System information The fire log shows all current fires detected To view active fire in the system, which can be viewed at any events time during the fire condition. Press Enter to display the top-level menu. From the Logs menu select Active fire option and press Enter to accept the selection.
  • Page 22: To View Active Disablement

    The disablement log shows all current To view active disablements in the system, which can be disablement viewed at any time during disablement condition. Press Enter to display the top-level menu. From the Logs menu select Disablement option and press Enter to accept the selection.
  • Page 23: System Set Up

    System set up Only a trained person must attempt any changes to the Hardware link hardware link. When making changes to the panel set up the modified data must be saved to the EEPROM. To save the data to the EEPROM a hardware link located on the electronic module inside the panel must be configured.
  • Page 24: To Enable Or Disable A Zone

    A zone is a collection of installed devices in To enable or disable a sub division of the protected building. The a zone detection devices in a zone can be disabled, for example during maintenance work on the system. On completion of maintenance work the zone must be re-enabled.
  • Page 25: To Edit A Zone Label

    Each zone can have an individual 32 - To edit a zone label character label. A zone label is used to describe the sub division of the protected building where there is an event detected. In the event of a fire the zone label is displayed on the screen.
  • Page 26: To Put A Zone In And Out Of Test Mode

    To put a zone in and Any zone can be put into test mode to allow the devices in the zone to be tested. In test out of test mode mode, the panel will not detect fires from devices within the zone in test. An active manual call point or detector in the zone will cause master alarms to sound for a short duration and the device is reset thereafter.
  • Page 27: To View Devices In A Zone

    The devices assigned to any zone can be To view devices in a viewed for confirmation. The list will show all zone the devices in the selected zone. Enter access level 2 (A2) and use the navigation buttons to highlight and select options: Previous Next...
  • Page 28: To Enable Or Disable A Device

    A device such as a detector or manual call To enable or disable point can be disabled or enabled. This may be a device necessary during maintenance work on the system. On completion of maintenance work the device must be re-enabled. Enter access level 2 (A2) and use the navigation buttons to highlight and select options:...
  • Page 29: To Edit A Device Label

    A device label is used to describe the To edit a device location of the device in the protected label premises. Each device on the loop can have an individual 32 -character label. In the event of a fire the device label is displayed on the screen.
  • Page 30: To Enable Or Disable Alarm Sounders

    The alarm sounders of the system can be To enable or disable manually disabled, for example when doing alarm sounders maintenance work on the sounder circuit. On completion of maintenance work the alarms must be re-enabled. Enter access level 2 (A2) and use the navigation buttons to highlight and select options: Previous...
  • Page 31: To Set Up Weekly Reminder Of Fire Test

    The weekly Fire test reminder message To set up weekly appears automatically on the specified day reminder of fire test as a reminder to the operator that a fire test is due. The reminder message can be configured to suit and it can be switched On / Off.
  • Page 32: To Set Up The Initial And Verify Delay

    To set up the Initial The delay mode facility (also called Day mode) provides a delay before sounding and Verify delay alarms in the event of a fire. alarm sounders in the system can be delayed on a fire condition. Initial delay can be configured up to 9 minutes 59 seconds (factory set to 30 seconds).
  • Page 33: Other Controls

    The following functions they are used during Other controls commissioning of the system and are documented here for reference. The loop status function shows the status Loop status of the loop circuit, for example if it is running or has stopped. A running loop implies the loop is operating correctly and requires no intervention, however a stopped loop must be started, using the start detection function.
  • Page 34: Auxiliary Relay

    The auxiliary relay function configures a Auxiliary relay relay in the panel, which provides changeover contacts for external use. The relay can be configured to operate with fire event (factory default setting), fault event or disablement, or its function can be internally disconnected.
  • Page 35: Appendix

    Appendix Glossary of terms The definitions of terms given here are in relation to the description of the system 800 Fire alarm panel. Zone – A zone consist of a maximum of 32 devices such as detectors and manual call points in a sub-division of a building, monitored by the system 800 panel.
  • Page 36 Description of Controls and Indicators A - Flap B - Instructions P r e v i o u s N e x t F i r e E s c F a u l t P o w er A B C S ou n d A l arm s D E F R es et...
  • Page 37: Controls At The System 800 Panel

    Controls at the system 800 panel Access Control Level Function The button starts the alarm sounders Sound Alarms in the system, see page 14. The button stops the alarm sounders Silence Alarms from sounding in the system, see pages 13, 14.
  • Page 38: Indicators At The System 800 Panel

    These buttons are used to scroll Previous through active event list, form fields and menu options. Next These buttons are used for entering alphanumeric data. Indicators at the system 800 panel label light operation and meaning Fire STEADY – There is one or more (red) fire(s) in the system OFF –...
  • Page 39 label light operation and meaning Fire Protection STEADY – The fire protection Activated output (fixed extinguishing) is (red) active. OFF – The fire protection output is not active. Pre Alarm STEADY – There is at least one (red) coincidence zone / device in pre- alarm.
  • Page 40 label light operation and meaning Power fault STEADY – There is either a mains (yellow) or battery supply fault. OFF – There is no power fault. FRE Fault STEADY – There is a fire routing (yellow) equipment fault. OFF – There is no FRE fault. Sounder Fault STEADY –...
  • Page 41 Notes 796689 (4188-658) i2__04/07...
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  • Page 43 Notes 796689 (4188-658) i2__04/07...
  • Page 44 Gent by Honeywell 140 Waterside Road, Hamilton Industrial Park, Leicester LE5 1TN Tel 0116 246 2000 796689 (4188-658)_i2_04/07...

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