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Kfp-cf series 2/4/8 -zone conventional fire alarm control panel
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GE
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Kilsen KFP-CF Series Installation
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P/N 501-415103-1-10 • REV 1.0 • ISS 03MAY09

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  • Page 1 Security Kilsen KFP-CF Series Installation Manual P/N 501-415103-1-10 • REV 1.0 • ISS 03MAY09...
  • Page 2 Trademarks and patents GE and the GE monogram are trademarks of General Electric Company. CleanMe and the Kilsen KFP-CF Series name and logo are trademarks of GE Security. Other trade names used in this document may be trademarks or registered trademarks of the manufacturers or vendors of the respective products.
  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Content Important information ii Chapter 1 Introduction 1 Product range 2 Product compatibility 2 Operating modes 2 Chapter 2 Installation 3 Cabinet layout 4 Cabinet installation 6 Connections 8 Chapter 3 Configuration and commissioning 15 The user interface 16 Access levels and passwords 18 Configuration overview 20 Basic configuration 24 Advanced configuration 31...
  • Page 4: Important Information

    GE Security shall not under any circumstances be liable for any incidental or consequential damages arising from loss of property or other damages or losses owing to the failure of GE Security products beyond the cost of repair or replacement of any defective products. GE Security reserves the right to make product improvements and change product specifications at any time.
  • Page 5: Introduction

    Chapter 1 Introduction Summary This chapter provides an introduction to your control panel and the available operating modes. Content Product range 2 Product compatibility 2 Operating modes 2 Kilsen KFP-CF Series Installation Manual...
  • Page 6: Product Range

    Chapter 1: Introduction Product range The KFP-CF series includes the models shown below. Model Description KFP-CF2 Two-zone conventional fire alarm control panel KFP-CF4 Four-zone conventional fire alarm control panel with fire routing KFP-CF8 Eight-zone conventional fire alarm control panel with fire routing All models have been designed in accordance with EN 54-2, EN 54-4, BS 5839-1, NBN S21-100, and NEN 2535 standards.
  • Page 7: Installation

    Chapter 2 Installation Summary This chapter explains how to install your control panel, and how to connect zones, fire system devices, and the power supply. WARNING: This product must be installed and maintained by qualified personnel adhering to the CEN/TS 54-14 standard (or the corresponding national standard) and any other applicable regulations.
  • Page 8: Cabinet Layout

    Chapter 2: Installation Cabinet layout Cabinet layout for two- and four-zone control panels Figure 1: Cabinet layout for two- and four-zone control panels 8. Power supply unit 1. Seven-segment display 9. Power supply connector 2. Zone and fire system connectors 10.
  • Page 9: Cabinet Layout For Eight-Zone Control Panels

    Chapter 2: Installation Cabinet layout for eight-zone control panels Figure 2: Cabinet layout for eight-zone control panels 8. Alarm counter connector 1. Seven-segment display 9. Fuse terminal block 2. Zone and system connectors 10. Power supply connector 3. Cable knockouts 11.
  • Page 10: Cabinet Installation

    Chapter 2: Installation Cabinet installation Before you begin • Remove the front cover • Remove cable knockouts from the top, bottom, and rear of the cabinet as required Where to install the cabinet Make sure the installation location is free from construction dust and debris, and immune to extreme temperature ranges and humidity (see “Chapter 5 Technical specifications”...
  • Page 11 Chapter 2: Installation Fixing the cabinet to the wall The requirements for nylon wall plugs and screws are shown in the following table. Model Screws Wall plugs Two- and four-zone control 4 x M4, 30 mm 4 x Ø 6 mm panels Eight-zone control panel 5 x M4, 30 mm...
  • Page 12: Connections

    Chapter 2: Installation Connections WARNING: Do not make any control panel or system connections while the control panel is connected to the mains power supply. Cabling requirements Recommended cable Recommended cables for your fire system are shown in the table below. WARNING: Failure to use the recommended cable may impact system performance.
  • Page 13: Overview Of Fire System Connections

    Chapter 2: Installation Overview of fire system connections Figure 4: Overview of fire system connections Connecting zones and zone devices Connecting zones Connect zone wires as shown in Figure 4 above. Line resistance is shown in the table below. Zone type Line resistance Mixed (automatic and manual) Max.
  • Page 14: Connecting Inputs

    Chapter 2: Installation Connecting detectors Connect detectors as shown in Figure 4 on page 9. Each zone circuit can support up to 20 detectors. Connecting manual call points Connect manual call points in parallel, as shown in Figure 4 on page 9. Each zone circuit can support up to 32 manual call points.
  • Page 15: Connecting Outputs

    Chapter 2: Installation Connecting outputs Output functionality Control panels have the following outputs: • Two-zone control panels have two outputs, marked OUT1 and OUT2. • Four- and eight-zone control panels have four outputs, marked OUT1, OUT2, OUT3, and OUT4. The function of each output is defined by the panel operating mode. See Table 4 below.
  • Page 16: Connecting The Mains Power Supply

    Chapter 2: Installation Connecting fire routing equipment Connect fire routing equipment as shown in the table below. Operating mode Fire routing (automatic) Fire routing (manual) EN 54-2 OUT4 OUT4 EN 54-2 Scandinavia NEN 2535 OUT3 OUT4 The fire routing outputs are supervised for short circuit and open circuit. Note: Fire routing in EN 54-2 operating modes makes no distinction between automatic and manual alarms.
  • Page 17: Selecting 115 Or 230 Vac Operation

    Chapter 2: Installation Selecting 115 or 230 VAC operation WARNING: An incorrect power setting can destroy the power supply. Power switching for 115 or 230 VAC operation is automatic for two- and four-zone control panels and no configuration is required. For eight-zone control panels, the default power setting is 230 VAC.
  • Page 18: Connecting The Batteries

    Chapter 2: Installation Connecting the batteries The control panel requires two 12 V, 7.2 or 12 Ah rechargeable, sealed, lead-acid batteries (see “Compatible batteries” on page 47). Batteries must be installed in series, at the base of the control panel cabinet. Use the battery lead and bridge provided and connect batteries to the BATT connector on the control panel PCB, as shown below.
  • Page 19: Configuration And Commissioning

    Chapter 3 Configuration and commissioning Summary This chapter includes information on how to configure and commission the control panel. Configuration is divided in basic configuration and advanced configuration options. Content The user interface 16 Sounder operation during a zone User interface for two- and four-zone test 32 control panels 16 Sounder re-sound 33...
  • Page 20: The User Interface

    Chapter 3: Configuration and commissioning The user interface User interface for two- and four-zone control panels Figure 8: User interface for two- and four-zone control panels 1. Zone buttons and LEDs (Z1, Z2, etc.) 12. Configuration controls 2. Supply LED 13.
  • Page 21: User Interface For Eight-Zone Control Panels

    Chapter 3: Configuration and commissioning User interface for eight-zone control panels Figure 9: User interface for eight-zone control panels 1. Zone buttons and LEDs (Z1, Z2, etc.) 12. Configuration controls 2. Supply LED 13. Reset button and LED 3. General Fault LED 14.
  • Page 22: Access Levels And Passwords

    Chapter 3: Configuration and commissioning Access levels and passwords In accordance with EN 54-2, operation and configuration of this product is restricted by access level. Configuration tasks described in this chapter can only be performed at access level 3 basic or advanced. Passwords and indications for each access level are described in “Access level passwords and indications”...
  • Page 23 Chapter 3: Configuration and commissioning Access level passwords and indications The default access level passwords and the corresponding LED and seven-segment display indications are shown in the table below. The seven-segment display is only visible when the control panel cover is removed. See Figure 1 on page 4 and Figure 2 on page 5.
  • Page 24: Configuration Overview

    Chapter 3: Configuration and commissioning Configuration overview To facilitate rapid configuration of the most common tasks, configuration is divided into basic and advanced configuration levels. For basic configuration options, see “Basic configuration” on page 24. For advanced configuration options see “Advanced configuration” on page 31. Configuration controls The control panel is configured using the front panel configuration controls and the seven-segment display.
  • Page 25 Chapter 3: Configuration and commissioning The seven-segment display The seven-segment display is only visible when the control panel cover is removed (see Figure 1 on page 4 and Figure 2 on page 5). Figure 11: The seven-segment display 1. Mode LED 2.
  • Page 26: Common Configuration Tasks

    Chapter 3: Configuration and commissioning Common configuration tasks To enter configuration mode: 1. Remove the control panel cover so that the seven-segment display is visible. 2. Enter a valid access level 3 password (3333 for basic configuration or 4444 for advanced configuration).
  • Page 27 Chapter 3: Configuration and commissioning To exit configuration mode without saving your changes: 1. Press Reset — or — 1. Set the display as shown below, and then press Enter. The control panel will exit configuration mode after five minutes if no button is pressed.
  • Page 28: Basic Configuration

    Chapter 3: Configuration and commissioning Basic configuration The default password for basic configuration is 3333. After entering the password, the first displayed menu will be Basic default configuration (indicating level 3 basic access) or Operating mode. For more information see “Access level passwords and indications”...
  • Page 29: Basic Default Configuration

    Chapter 3: Configuration and commissioning Basic default configuration Use this menu to select common operating mode configuration presets. The default setting is 01 (EN 54-2, passive end-of-line). To select an operating mode configuration preset: 1. Set the display as shown below, and then press Enter. 2.
  • Page 30: Operating Mode

    Chapter 3: Configuration and commissioning Operating mode Use this read-only menu to view the operating mode of the control panel. To view the operating mode: 1. Set the display as shown below, and then press Enter. Display indications for each operating mode are shown below. Display Operating mode EN 54-2...
  • Page 31: Sounder Delay

    Chapter 3: Configuration and commissioning Sounder delay Use this menu to configure a sounder delay of up to 10 minutes in operating modes where the feature is available. To configure a delay: 1. Set the display as shown below, and then press Enter. The Sounder Delay LED flashes quickly to indicate that the sounder delay configuration menu is active.
  • Page 32: Fire Routing Delay

    Chapter 3: Configuration and commissioning • The zone delay configuration is set to allow delays in the zone reporting the fire alarm. (This is the default configuration.) If any of the above are not true, then the control panel overrides the configured delay and activates the sounders immediately.
  • Page 33: Extended Fire Routing Delay

    Chapter 3: Configuration and commissioning Delay application logic Depending on your fire alarm system configuration and the alarm activation device, a configured delay may be overridden. Delays will only be applied when: • The configured delay has been enabled. • The device reporting the fire alarm is a detector installed in a mixed or automatic zone OR a detector or manual call point installed in an automatic zone.
  • Page 34: Add An Expansion Module

    Chapter 3: Configuration and commissioning Default delays The default extended fire routing delay for each operating mode is shown below. Operating mode Default delay in minutes EN 54-2 Scandinavia NEN 2535 EN 54-2 This feature is not available in these operating modes. EN 54-2 Evacuation BS 5839-1 NBN S21-100...
  • Page 35: Advanced Configuration

    Chapter 3: Configuration and commissioning Advanced configuration The default password for advanced configuration is 4444. After entering the password, the first displayed menu is Advanced default configuration (indicating level 3 advanced access) or Operating mode. For more information see “Access level passwords and indications”...
  • Page 36: Sounder Operation During A Zone Test

    Chapter 3: Configuration and commissioning Display Menu Values Operating mode Zone type Mixed Automatic Manual Access level 2 password 0 to 4444 Access level 3 basic password 0 to 4444 Access level 3 advanced 0 to 4444 password Control panel PCB serial number Read only Auxiliary 24 V reset ON/OFF...
  • Page 37: Sounder Re-Sound

    Chapter 3: Configuration and commissioning Sounder re-sound Use this menu to configure the sounder re-sound, on or off. This determines sounder operation in a fire alarm event when sounders have been silenced by pressing the Sounder Start/Stop button and a new alarm event is reported. The default setting is To configure the sounder re-sound: 1.
  • Page 38: Zone Configuration

    Chapter 3: Configuration and commissioning The available settings for this feature are shown below. Display Description The sounders are synchronized. The sounders are not synchronized. Zone configuration Use this menu to configure zone settings for each zone in your fire alarm system. The default setting for each operating mode is included in Appendix A “Configuration presets”...
  • Page 39: Zone Delay

    Chapter 3: Configuration and commissioning Zone delay Use this menu to configure zone delays, on or off, for each zone in your fire alarm system. The default setting is ON. To configure the zone delay: 1. Set the display as shown below, and then press Enter. 2.
  • Page 40: Zone Type

    Chapter 3: Configuration and commissioning Zone type Use this menu to configure the zone type for each zone in your fire alarm system. The default setting for each operating mode is included in Appendix A “Configuration presets” on page 59. To configure the zone type: 1.
  • Page 41: Changing Access Level Passwords

    Chapter 3: Configuration and commissioning Changing access level passwords Use the corresponding menu option (shown below) to change the default access level passwords. Access level 2 password Access level 3 basic password Access level 3 advanced password To change the first two digits of an access level password: 1.
  • Page 42: Auxiliary 24 V Reset

    Chapter 3: Configuration and commissioning Auxiliary 24 V reset Use this menu to configure the auxiliary 24 V reset setting, on or off. The default setting is OFF. To configure the zone delay: 1. Set the display as shown below, and then press Enter. 2.
  • Page 43: Expansion Module Configuration

    Chapter 3: Configuration and commissioning Expansion module configuration Add an expansion module Use this menu, available from the basic or advanced configuration menus, to configure the number of installed expansion modules. The default value is 00. To add an expansion module: 1.
  • Page 44 Chapter 3: Configuration and commissioning Expansion module function and delay configuration Once an expansion module is installed and added to the control panel configuration, the following additional configuration options appear on the basic and advanced configuration menus. Note: These configuration options are repeated for each of the installed expansion modules (A, B, C, and D).
  • Page 45 Chapter 3: Configuration and commissioning Expansion module output delay Use this menu to configure an expansion module output delay of up to 10 minutes, where the feature is available. To configure an expansion module output delay: 1. For output 1 on expansion module A, set the display as shown below, and then press Enter.
  • Page 46: Commissioning

    Chapter 3: Configuration and commissioning Commissioning Before commissioning the control panel Before commissioning the control panel, check the following: • That the control panel has been correctly installed • That the mains power is 110 VAC or 240 VAC, is connected correctly, and complies with all requirements described in “Connecting the mains power supply”...
  • Page 47 Chapter 3: Configuration and commissioning Fault start-up In accordance with EN 54-2, the control panel has a special start-up sequence used after an internal fault has been detected by the control panel. This is indicated as follows: • The general Fault LED flashes quickly •...
  • Page 48: Functional Tests

    Chapter 3: Configuration and commissioning Functional tests Create a short and open circuit in the zone to test fault reporting for each. Activate a manual call point to test manual alarm reporting. The control panel should override any configured delays and activate alarm notification devices and fire routing (where applicable) immediately.
  • Page 49: Maintenance

    Chapter 4 Maintenance Summary This chapter includes information on fire alarm system maintenance and battery maintenance. Content Fire alarm system maintenance 46 Daily maintenance 46 Weekly maintenance 46 Quarterly maintenance 46 Annual maintenance 46 Cleaning the control panel 46 Battery maintenance 47 Kilsen KFP-CF Series Installation Manual...
  • Page 50: Fire Alarm System Maintenance

    Chapter 4: Maintenance Fire alarm system maintenance Perform the following maintenance tasks to ensure that the fire alarm system works correctly and complies with all required European regulations. Caution: Before performing any tests, ensure that fire routing (if configured) is disabled or that the fire brigade has been notified.
  • Page 51: Battery Maintenance

    Fiamm FG20721/2 Yuasa NP7-12 Eight-zone control panel 12V, 7.2 Ah or 12V, 12 Ah GE BS127N (7.2 Ah) GE BS130N (12 Ah) Fiamm FG20721/2 (7.2 Ah) Fiamm FG21201/2 (12 Ah) Yuasa NP7-12 (7 Ah) Yuasa NP12-12 (12 Ah) Low battery indication Battery supply and battery fuse faults are indicated by a flashing Supply Fault LED.
  • Page 52 Chapter 4: Maintenance Kilsen KFP-CF Series Installation Manual...
  • Page 53: Technical Specifications

    Chapter 5 Technical specifications Summary This chapter includes technical specifications for your fire alarm control panel. Content Zone circuit specifications 50 Input and output specifications 51 Power supply specifications 52 Mechanical and environmental specifications 53 Kilsen KFP-CF Series Installation Manual...
  • Page 54 Chapter 5: Technical specifications Zone circuit specifications General Zone circuit output voltage Nominal 22 VDC Maximum 24 VDC Minimum 18 VDC Maximum current consumption per zone circuit 65 mA Default zone circuit configuration EN 54 Passive end-of-line NEN 2535 Passive end-of-line NBN S21-100 Passive end-of-line BS 5839-1...
  • Page 55 Chapter 5: Technical specifications Automatic and manual zones Short circuit reference range Zone voltage < 3 V Zone impedance < 55 Ω Open circuit reference range Zone impedance > 8 kΩ ≤ 2.6 mA Zone device current consumption Input and output specifications Inputs Cable resistance ≤...
  • Page 56 Chapter 5: Technical specifications Power supply specifications Mains supply Operating voltage 110 VAC / 60 Hz or 240 VAC / 50 Hz Rated current (two- and four-zone control panels) 110 VAC 240 VAC Rated current (eight-zone control panels) 110 VAC 3.15 A 240 VAC 1.5 A...
  • Page 57 Chapter 5: Technical specifications Mechanical and environmental specifications Mechanical Cabinet dimensions (no cover) Two- and four-zone control panels 300 × 97 × 402 mm Eight-zone control panel 421 × 100 × 447 mm Weight without batteries Two- and four-zone control panels 2.8 kg Eight-zone control panel 3.9 kg...
  • Page 58 Chapter 5: Technical specifications Cabinet drawings and dimensions Figure 13: Two- and four-zone cabinet with cover Kilsen KFP-CF Series Installation Manual...
  • Page 59 Chapter 5: Technical specifications Figure 14: Two- and four-zone cabinet without cover Kilsen KFP-CF Series Installation Manual...
  • Page 60 Chapter 5: Technical specifications Figure 15: Eight-zone cabinet with cover Kilsen KFP-CF Series Installation Manual...
  • Page 61 Chapter 5: Technical specifications Figure 16: Eight-zone cabinet without cover Kilsen KFP-CF Series Installation Manual...
  • Page 62 Chapter 5: Technical specifications Kilsen KFP-CF Series Installation Manual...
  • Page 63: Appendix A Configuration Presets

    Appendix A Configuration presets Summary This appendix includes detailed information on operating mode and expansion module configuration presets. Content Operating mode presets 60 EN 54-2 60 EN 54-2 Evacuation 61 EN 54-2 Scandinavia 62 BS 5839-1 63 NBN S21-100 64 NEN 2535 65 Expansion module presets 66 Expansion module zone configuration 66...
  • Page 64: Operating Mode Presets

    Appendix A: Configuration presets Operating mode presets EN 54-2 Configuration presets for EN 54-2 are as follows. Two-zone control panels Code Zone EOL Sounder outputs Zone type Passive Mixed Passive, CleanMe Mixed enabled Note: CleanMe is not currently available for Kilsen detectors. Four- and eight-zone control panels Code Zone EOL...
  • Page 65: En 54-2 Evacuation

    Appendix A: Configuration presets EN 54-2 Evacuation Configuration presets for EN 54-2 Evacuation are as follows. Two-zone control panels Code Zone EOL Sounder outputs Zone type Passive Mixed Passive, CleanMe Mixed enabled Note: CleanMe is not currently available for Kilsen detectors. Four- and eight-zone control panels Code Zone EOL...
  • Page 66: En 54-2 Scandinavia

    Appendix A: Configuration presets EN 54-2 Scandinavia Configuration presets for EN 54-2 Scandinavia are as follows. Two-zone control panels Code Zone EOL Sounder outputs Zone type Passive Mixed Passive, CleanMe Mixed enabled Note: Note: CleanMe is not currently available for Kilsen detectors. Four- and eight-zone control panels Code Zone EOL...
  • Page 67 Appendix A: Configuration presets BS 5839-1 Configuration presets for BS 5839-1 are as follows. Two-zone control panels Code Zone EOL Sounder outputs Zone type Active 2 (first phase Mixed evacuation mode) Active, CleanMe 2 (first phase Mixed enabled evacuation mode) Active 2 (second phase Mixed...
  • Page 68: Nbn S21-100

    Appendix A: Configuration presets NBN S21-100 Configuration presets for NBN S21-100 are as follows. Four- and eight-zone control panels Code Zone EOL Warning sounder Evacuation sounder Zone type outputs outputs Passive Automatic Passive, CleanMe Automatic enabled Note: Alarm relay follows evacuation sounders. CleanMe is not currently available for Kilsen detectors. Additional configuration characteristics are shown below.
  • Page 69: Nen 2535

    Appendix A: Configuration presets NEN 2535 Configuration presets for NEN 2535 are as follows. Four- and eight-zone control panels Code Zone EOL Sounder outputs Fire routing outputs Zone type Passive Odd zones: Automatic Even zones: Manual Passive, CleanMe Odd zones: enabled Automatic Even zones:...
  • Page 70: Expansion Module Presets

    Appendix A: Configuration presets Expansion module presets The following tables include the display settings for relay and supervised output expansion module configuration presets. Expansion module zone configuration Relay expansion module Supervised output expansion module Display Zone Relay Delay Display Zone Output Delay 1 or 2...
  • Page 71 Appendix A: Configuration presets Relay expansion module Supervised output expansion module Display Zone Relay Delay Display Zone Output Delay 1 and 2 1 and 2 3 and 4 3 and 4 5 and 6 5 and 6 7 and 8 7 and 8 1, 2, 3, or 4 1 1, 2, 3, or 4 1...
  • Page 72: Expansion Module Event Configuration

    Appendix A: Configuration presets Expansion module event configuration Relay expansion module Supervised output expansion module Display Events Relay Delay Display Events Output Delay Alarm Alarm Fault Fault Alarm Alarm Fault Fault Alarm Alarm Fault Fault Buzzer on Buzzer on Reset Reset Alarm Alarm...
  • Page 73: Appendix B Product Compliance

    Appendix B Product compliance European standards for fire control and indicating equipment These control panels have been designed in accordance with European EN 54-2, EN 54-4, BS 5839-1, NBN S21-100, and NEN 2535 standards. In addition, all models comply with the following EN 54-2 optional requirements. Option Description Output to fire alarm devices...
  • Page 74 Appendix B: Product compliance Kilsen KFP-CF Series Installation Manual...
  • Page 75 Appendix B: Product compliance Kilsen KFP-CF Series Installation Manual...
  • Page 76 Appendix B: Product compliance Kilsen KFP-CF Series Installation Manual...

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