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PEGAsys

August 1999 P/N 76-100016-001

Intelligent Suppression-Control and Fire-Alarm System

Installation, Operation, and Maintenance Manual

UL Listing File No. S2422 Factory Mutual Approval J.I. No. OB2A6.AY

and Maintenance Manual UL Listing File No. S2422 Factory Mutual Approval J.I. No. OB2A6.AY Fire Systems

Fire Systems

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LISTED

PEGAsys

Intelligent Suppression-Control and Fire-Alarm System

Installation, Operation, And Maintenance Manual

Document No. PEGAsys August 1999

This Manual Is To Be Used By Trained Distributors Only

FOREWORD

This manual is intended to clearly and accurately reflect the PEGAsys Fire Alarm/Suppression Control System. This publication de- scribes the operation, installation and maintenance of the PEGAsys Fire Alarm/Suppression Control System, P/Ns 76-100000-501 for Single-Loop System and 76-100000-600 for Multi-Loop System.

TERMS AND ABBREVIATIONS

ADA

Americans with Disabilities Act

NO

Normally Open

AI

Addressable Contact Input Device

NR

Not Registered

AO

Addressable Relay Output Device

NYC

New York City

BPM

Beats Per Minute

P/N

Part Number

CCM

Central Control Module

PAS

Positive Alarm Sequence

CCP

Central Control Panel

PC

Personnel Computer

EDP

Electronic Data Processing

PCS

PEGAsys Configuration Software

EOC

Event Output Control

PC Line Power/Communication Line (RX/TX Loop)

FCP

Fire Control Panel

PS

Power Supply

GUI

Graphical User Interface

RCU

Remote Control Unit

I/O

Input/Output

RTC

Real Time Clock

ID

Identification

RX/TX

Receive Transmit

IRI

Industrial Risk Insurers

UL

Underwriter Laboratories

NC

Normally Closed

VDC

Voltage Direct Current

ACCEPTANCES, APPROVALS, AND CERTIFICATIONS

PEGAsys Single-Loop System (P/N 76-100000-501)

ï UL: Underwriterís Laboratories Listing File Number S2422.

ï FM: Factory Mutual Engineering Corp. (Factory Mutual System) Approval J.I. Number 3005511

ï CSFM: Pending.

ï NYC: Pending.

PEGAsys Multi-Loop System (P/N 76-100000-600)

ï UL: Underwriterís Laboratories Listing File Number S2422.

ï FM: Factory Mutual Engineering Corp. (Factory Mutual System) Approval J.I. Number 3005511

ï CSFM: Pending.

ï NYC: Pending.

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

Forward

i

Terms and Abbreviations

i

Appendices

vi

List of Illustrations

vii

List of Tables

ix

Safety Summary

x

PARAGRAPH

TITLE

PAGE

1

GENERALINFORMATION

1-1

1-1 Introduction

1-1

1-1.1

System

Description

1-1

1-1.2

System

Components

1-1

1-2 Component Description

1-1

1-2.1

Central Control Module (CCM)

1-1

1-2.2

Display Module

1-1

1-2.3

Receiver/Transmitter Module (RX/TX)

1-2

1-2.4

Power Supply/Charger Assembly

1-2

1-2.5

Basic Motherboard

1-2

1-2.6

Multi-Loop Motherboard

1-3

1-2.7

Input/Output Modules

1-3

1-2.7.1

Signal Output Module

1-3

1-2.7.2

Relay Output Module

1-3

1-2.7.3

Agent Release Output Module

1-4

1-2.7.4

City Tie Module

1-4

1-2.8

Standby Batteries

1-4

1-2.9

Intelligent Loop Devices

1-4

1-2.9.1

SmartOne TM Ionization Detectors

1-4

1-2.9.2

SmartOne Photoelectric Detectors

1-5

1-2.9.3

SmartOne

Heat Detectors

1-5

1-2.10

SmartOne Detector Bases

1-5

1-2.11

Addressable Contact Input Devices

1-5

1-2.12

Addressable Relay Output Devices

1-5

1-2.13

Model DH-2000 Air Duct Housing

1-5

1-2.14

Loop Isolator Devices

1-6

1-3

System Specification

1-6

2

OPERATION

2-1

2-1

Introduction

2-1

2-1.1

Mode of Operation

2-1

2-2 Control and Indicators

2-1

2-2.1

LCD Display

2-1

2-2.2

Audible Device

2-2

2-2.3

Control and Indicator Description

2-2

2-3 System Security

 

2-2

2-3.1

Levels of Security

2-2

2-3.2

Default Passwords

2-2

2-3.3

Entering Passwords

2-2

2-4

System

Power-Up

2-2

2-5

System

Menus

2-4

2-5.1

Menu Structure

2-4

2-5.2

Accessing the System Menus

2-4

2-5.3

Exiting the System Menus

2-4

2-5.4

Menu Functions

2-4

2-5.4.1

Isolate Menu Function

2-4

2-5.4.2

List Menu Function

2-4

2-5.4.3

Set Menu Function

2-4

2-5.4.4

Test Menu Function

2-4

2-6 Modes of Operation

2-5

2-6.1

Normal Standby Mode

2-5

2-6.2

Active Alarm Mode

2-5

2-6.2.1

Alarm Mode Indications

2-5

2-6.2.2

Alarm Mode User Action

2-5

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TABLE OF CONTENTS (CONT.)

PARAGRAPH

TITLE

PAGE

2-6.3 Active Supervisory Trouble Mode

2-10

2-6.3.1

Supervisory Trouble Mode Indication

2-10

2-6.3.2

Supervisory Trouble Mode User Action

2-10

2-6.4 Active Trouble Mode

2-11

2-6.4.1

Trouble Mode Indications

2-11

2-6.4.2

Trouble Mode User Action

2-11

2-7

Printing

Operation

2-11

2-8

System

Programming

2-11

2-8.1 EOC Programming

2-11

2-8.1.1

Listing EOC Programming

2-12

2-8.2 RTC Programming

2-12

2-8.2.1

Listing RTC Programming

2-12

2-8.2.2

Enable/Disable RTC Program Line Numbers

2-12

2-8.3 Types of Inputs and Outputs

2-12

2-8.3.1

System Inputs

2-12

2-8.3.2

Remote Control Unit (RCU)

2-12

2-8.3.3

RX/TX Loops

2-12

2-8.3.4

System Outputs

2-13

2-8.3.5

System I/O Modules

2-13

2-8.4

Addressing I/O Modules

2-13

2-8.5

Registering I/O Module Assignments

2-13

2-8.5.1

Listing I/O Module Assignment

2-13

2-8.6

Addressing RCUís

2-13

2-8.7

Registering RCUís

2-14

2-8.7.1

Detector Registration

2-14

2-8.7.2

Addressable Contact Monitor Registration

2-14

2-8.7.3

Remote Relay Registration

2-15

2-8.7.4

Listing all Registered RCUís

2-15

2-8.7.5

Un-registering RCUís

2-15

3

FUNCTIONAL DESCRIPTION

3-1

3-1

Introduction

3-1

3-2

Overall Block Diagram Description

3-1

3-3

Functional Descriptions

3-2

3-3.1

Central Control Module

3-2

3-3.2

Receiver/Transmitter (RX/TX) Module

3-3

3-3.3

Power Supply/Charger Assembly, Revision A

3-4

3-3.4

Power Supply/Charger Assembly, Revision C

3-5

3-3.5

Multi-Loop I/O Motherboard

3-6

3-3.6

Signal Output Module

3-7

3-3.7

Relay Output Module

3-8

3-3.8

Agent Release Module

3-9

3-3.9

City Tie Module

3-10

3-3.10

Field Devices

3-11

3-3.11

SmartOne Ionization Detectors

3-11

3-3.12

SmartOne Photoelectric Detectors

3-11

3-3.13

SmartOne Heat Detectors

3-11

3-3.14

Addressable Contact Input Devices

3-11

3-3.15

Addressable Relay Output Devices

3-12

3-3.16

Model DH-2000 Air Duct Housing

3-12

3-3.17

Loop Isolator Devices

3-12

4

MAINTENANCE PROCEDURE

4-1

4-1

Introduction

4-1

4-2

Scheduled Maintenance

4-1

4-3

Maintenance Procedures

4-1

4-3.1

Lamp Test

4-1

4-3.2

Loop Device Test

4-1

4-3.3

Battery Test

4-1

4-3.4

Walk Test

4-2

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TABLE OF CONTENTS (CONT.)

PARAGRAPH

 

TITLE

PAGE

4-3.4.1

Walk Testing Detectors

4-2

4-3.4.2

Walk

Test Procedure

4-2

4-3.5 Alarm Simulation Test (AST)

4-2

4-3.5.1

AST Procedure

4-3

4-4 Disarming and Rearming Release Circuits

4-3

4-4.1

Disarming Release Circuits

 

4-3

4-4.2

Arming Release Circuits

4-3

4-5

Power-Down

System

4-3

4-5.1

Power-Down Procedure

 

4-3

4-6 Power-Up

System

4-4

4-6.1

Power-Up

Procedure

4-4

5

TROUBLESHOOTING AND CORRECTIVE MAINTENANCE

5-1

5-1

Introduction

5-1

5-2

Standard Fault Isolation Techniques

5-1

5-2.1

Visual Inspection

5-1

5-2.2

Power

Checks

5-1

5-3

Troubleshooting

 

5-1

5-4

Removal and Replacement

5-2

5-4.1

Required Tools

5-2

5-4.2

Central Control Module

5-2

5-4.3

RX/TX Module

5-2

5-4.4

Field Devices

5-3

6

PARTS LIST

6-1

6-1

Introduction

6-1

7

INSTALLATION

7-1

7-1

Introduction

7-1

7-2

Materials Required For Installation

7-1

7-3

Installation Procedure For Central Control Panel

7-1

7-4

Installation Procedure For Expansion Enclosures

7-1

7-5

Installation Procedure For I/O Motherboard

7-2

7-6

Installation Procedure For Rx/Tx Module (Multi-Loop Only)

7-2

7-7

Installation of I/O Modules

7-3

7-7.1

Signal Audible Output Module

7-3

7-7.2

Relay Output Module

7-4

7-7.3

Agent Release Module

7-4

7-7.4

City-Tie Output Module

7-4

7-7.6

Power

Supply/Charger

Assembly

7-4

7-7.7

Power Supply/Charger Assembly, Expansion Enclosure

7-4

7-7.8.

Power Supply Communication Connections

7-6

7-8

Connecting AC Power

7-6

7-9

Install And Connect DC Power

7-6

7-9.1

Battery Enclosure

7-6

7-9.2

Batteries

7-6

7-10

Field Device Connection To RX/TX Module

7-7

7-10.1

Wiring the RX/TX PC Line

7-7

7-11

Output Signal Connection

7-9

7-12

External Power Failure Indicator Connection

7-10

7-13

Detector Installation

7-10

7-14

Setting and Adjusting Smoke & Heat Detector Sensitivities

7-10

7-14.1

Setting and Adjusting Smoke and Heat Detector Sensitivity Procedure

7-10

7-15

Addressable Contact Input Device Installation

7-11

7-16

Addressable Relay Output Device Installation

7-11

7-17

Installation Checkout

7-11

7-18

Connection of Peripherals

7-11

7-18.1

Connecting a Terminal or Personal Computer

7-11

7-18.2

Connecting a Printer

7-11

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APPENDIX

APPENDICES

TITLE

PAGE

A POWER SUPPLY REQUIREMENTS

A-1

B SYSTEM EXPANSION

B-1

C RELEASING APPLICATIONS

C-1

D NOT USED

D-1

E FACTORY MUTUAL SPRINKLER REQUIREMENTS

E-1

F GLOSSARY

F-1

G DISPLAYABBREVIATIONS

G-1

H INDEX

H-1

I SYSTEM DRAWINGS

I-1

J PEGAsys NETWORK INTERFACE CARD

J-1

K ADDRESSABLE SIGNAL/SOUNDER

K-1

L REMOTE DISPLAY CONTROL MODULE AND REMOTE DISPLAY MODULE

L-1

M ADDRESSABLE ALARMLINE MODULE

M-1

N NETWORKABLE CENTRAL CONTROL MODULE (NCCM)

N-1

O CENTRAL STATION OPERATION

O-1

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LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS

FIGURE

TITLE

PAGE

1-1

PEGAsys System Overall Diagram

1-0

1-2

Central Control Module (CCM)

1-2

1-3

Display Module Assembly

1-2

1-4

Receiver/Transmitter Module (RX/TX)

1-2

1-5

Power Supply/Charger Assembly

1-2

1-6

Basic I/O Motherboard

1-3

1-7

Multi-Loop I/O Motherboard

1-3

1-8

Signal Output Module

1-3

1-9

Relay Output Module

1-4

1-10

Agent Release Output Module

1-4

1-11

City-Tie Module

1-4

1-12

Battery Enclosure

1-4

1-13

SmartOne TM Detection Device

1-4

1-14

4-inch Detector Base

1-5

1-15

6-inch Detector Base

1-5

1-16

Addressable Contact Input Device

1-5

1-17

Addressable Relay Output Device

1-5

1-18

Air Duct Housing

1-5

1-19

Loop Isolator, Stand-Alone

1-6

1-20

Loop Isolator, RX/TX Mount

1-6

1-21

Loop Isolator, 6î Detector Base Mount

1-6

2-1

System Front Panel

2-1

2-2

Level One Menu Structure

2-6

2-3

Level Two Menu Structure

2-7

3-1

Overall Block Diagram, Single-Loop System

3-1

3-2

Overall Block Diagram, Multi-Loop System

3-1

3-3

Central Control Module, Details

3-2

3-4

Receiver/Transmitter Module, Details

3-3

3-5

Obsolete Power Supply/Charger Assembly, Revision A, Details

3-4

3-6

Power Supply/Charger Assembly, Revision C, Details

3-5

3-7

Multi-Loop I/O Motherboard, Details

3-6

3-8

Signal Output Module, Details

3-7

3-9

Relay Output Module, Details

3-8

3-10

Agent Release Output Module, Details

3-9

3-11

City Tie Module, Details

3-10

3-12

Typical Detector

3-11

3-13

Addressable Contact Input Device

3-12

3-14

Addressable Relay Output Device

3-12

3-15

DH-2000 Air Duct Housing

3-12

3-16

Loop Isolator, RX/TX Mount

3-13

3-17

Loop Isolator, Stand-Alone

3-13

3-18

Loop Isolator, 6î Detector Base Mount

3-13

5-1

Installation for Single Loop

5-2

5-2

Installation for Multi-Loop

5-2

7-1

CCP Installation Drawing

7-1

7-2

Back Plate, I/O Motherboard & 4 P.S

7-2

7-3

Back Plate, 8

7-2

7-4

Back Plate, 2 I/O Motherboard

7-2

7-5

Installation for Multi-Loop

7-3

7-6

Power Supply/Charger (Rev A), Wiring Diagram

7-4

7-7

Power Supply/Charger (Rev C), Wiring Diagram

7-5

7-8

Power Supply/Charger (Rev A), Wiring Diagram for Expansion Enclosure

7-5

7-9

Power Supply/Charger (Rev C), Wiring Diagram for Expansion Enclosure

7-5

7-10

Battery Enclosure

7-7

7-11

Conduit to CCP

7-7

7-12

Shielded Wire to CCP

7-7

7-13

Style 4, RX/TX PC Line Connections

7-8

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LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS (CONT.)

FIGURE

TITLE

PAGE

7-14

Style 6, RX/TX PC Line Connections

7-8

7-15

Style 6, RX/TX PC Line Connections with Loop Isolators

7-9

7-16

Style 7, RX/TX PC Line Connection

7-9

7-17

CCM Printer Port

7-12

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LIST OF TABLES

TABLES

TITLE

PAGE

1-1

System Specification

1-6

2-1

Controls and Indicators

2-3

2-2

Isolate Menu Function

2-8

2-3

List Menu Function

2-8

2-4

Set Menu Function

2-9

2-5

Test Menu Function

2-10

3-1

Multi-Loop I/O Motherboard Connectors

3-6

3-2

Approved Release Output Devices

3-9

5-1

Troubleshooting Index

5-1

5-2

RX/TX Configuration Selection

5-3

6-1

PEGAsys System Parts List

6-1

7-1

RX/TX Configuration Selection

7-3

7-2

Aux. Power Supply Module Connections to Rev. A

7-5

7-3

Aux. Power Supply Module Connections to Rev. C

7-5

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SAFETY SUMMARY

Installation Precautions Adherence to the following will aid in problem-free installation with long-term reliability:

Warning - Several different sources of power can be connected to this fire alarm control panel. Disconnect all sources of power before servicing. Control unit and associated equipment may be damaged by removing and/or inserting cards, modules, or intercon- necting cables while the unit is energized. Do not attempt to install, service, or operate this unit until this manual is read and understood.

CAUTION - System Reacceptance Test after Software Changes: To ensure proper system operation, this product must be tested in accordance with NFPA - 1996 Chapter 7 after any programming operation or change in site-specific software. Reacceptance testing is required after any change, addition or deletion of system components, or after any modification, repair or adjustment to system hardware or wiring.

All components, circuits, system operations, or software functions known to be affected by a change must be 100% tested. In addition, to ensure that other operations are not inadvertently affected, at least 10% of initiating devices that are not directly affected by the change, up to a maximum of 50 devices, must also be tested and proper system operation verified.

This system meets NFPA requirements for operation at 0 to 49 C and at a relative humidity of 85% RH (non-condensing) @ 30 C. However, the useful life of the systemís standby batteries and the electronic components may be adversely affected by extreme tempera- ture ranges and humidity. Therefore, it is recommended that this system and its peripherals be installed in an environment with a nominal room temperature of 60-80 F.

Like all solid state electronic devices, this system may operate erratically or can be damaged when subjected to lightning induced transients. Although no system is completely immune from lightning transients and interference, proper grounding will reduce suscepti- bility. The use of overhead or outside aerial wiring is not recommended due to the increased susceptibility to nearby lightning strikes. Consult with the Applications Engineering Department if any problems are anticipated or encountered.

Disconnect AC power and batteries prior to removing or inserting circuit boards. Failure to do so can damage circuits.

Remove all electronic assemblies prior to any drilling, filing, reaming, or punching of the enclosure. When possible, make all cable entries from the sides. Before making modifications, verify that they will not interfere with battery and printed circuit board location.

Do not over tighten screw terminals, over tightening may damage threads, resulting in reduced terminal contact pressure and difficult with screw terminal removal.

This system contains static-sensitive components. Always ground yourself with a proper wrist strap before handling any circuits so that static charges are removed from the body. Use static suppressive packaging to protect electronic assemblies removed from the unit.

Follow the Instructions in the installation, operating, and programming manuals. These instructions must be followed to avoid damage to the control panel and associated equipment. PEGAsys operation and reliability depend upon proper installation.

While installing a fire alarm system may make lower insurance rates possible, it is not a substitute for fire insurance!

An automatic fire alarm system - typically made up of smoke detectors, heat detectors, manual pull stations, audible warning devices, and a fire alarm control with remote notification-capability can provide early warning of a developing fire. Such a system, however, does not assure protection against property damage or loss of life resulting from a fire.

Any fire alarm system may fail for a variety of reasons:

Smoke detectors may not sense fire where smoke cannot reach the detectors such as in chimneys, in walls, or roofs, or on the other side of closed doors. Smoke detectors also may not sense a fire on another level or floor of a building. A second floor detector, for example, may not sense a first floor or basement fire. Furthermore, all types of smoke detectors - both ionization and photoelectric types, have sensing limitations. No type of smoke detector can sense every kind of fire caused by carelessness and safety hazards like smoking in bed, violent explosions, escaping gas, improper storage of flammable materials, overloaded electrical circuits, children playing with matches, or arson.

Audible warning devices such as bells may not alert people if these devices are located on the other side of closed or partly open doors or are located on another floor of a building.

A fire alarm system will not operate without electrical power. If AC power fails, the system will operate from standby batteries only for a specified time.

Rate-of-Rise heat detectors may be subject to reduced sensitivity over time. For this reason, the rate-of-rise feature of each detector should be tested at least once per year by a qualified fire protection specialist.

Fire Alarm System Limitations

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Auxiliary Equipment used in the system may not be technically compatible with the control panel. It is essential to use only equipment listed for service with your control panel.

Telephone lines needed to transmit alarm signals from a premise to a central monitoring station may be out of service or temporarily disabled.

The most common cause of fire alarm malfunctions, however, is inadequate maintenance. All devices and system wiring should be tested and maintained by professional fire alarm installers following written procedures supplied with each device. System inspection and testing should be scheduled monthly or as required by National and/or local fire codes. Adequate written records of all inspections should be kept.

GENERAL SAFETY NOTICES The following must be observed to maintain personnel safety.

The following general safety notices supplement specific warnings and cautions appearing in the manual. The safety precautions in this section must be understood and applied during operation and maintenance. This manual is to be used by trained distributors/technicians. The entire manual should be read and fully understood prior to installation.

TEST EQUIPMENT

Make certain test equipment is in good operating condition. Do not touch live equipment or personnel working on live equipment while holding a test meter. Some types of measuring devices should not be grounded; these devices should not be held when taking measure- ments.

FIRST AID

Any injury, no matter how slight, should never go unattended. Always obtain first aid or medical attention immediately.

GENERAL PRECAUTIONS

The following general safety precautions are to be observed at all times:

1. All electrical components associated with equipment shall be installed and grounded in accordance with NEC, NFPA and local regulation requirements.

2. Special precautionary measures are essential to prevent applying power to equipment at any time maintenance work is in progress.

3. Before working on electrical equipment, use a voltmeter to ensure that system is not energized.

4. When working near electricity, do not use metal rules, flashlights, metallic pencils, or any other objects having exposed conductive material.

5. When connecting a meter to terminals for measurement, use range higher than expected voltage.

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Intelligent Suppression Control/Fire Alarm System

PEGAsys

CHAPTER 1 GENERALINFORMATION

1-1

INTRODUCTION

This manual contains the operation, maintenance, troubleshoot- ing, parts listing, and installation information necessary to sup- port the PEGAsys Intelligent Suppression Control and Fire Alarm System.

NOTE: This manual is to be used by trained distributors only. The entire manual should be read and fully understood prior to installation.

1-1.1

System Description

PEGAsys is a fire alarm/suppression control system which can be used for local, auxiliary, remote protective signaling and re- leasing device service. The system is a microprocessor based design for use with intelligent detectors and loop devices.

The system utilizes distributed intelligent field devices. These devices are typically smoke detectors, contact input devices relay outputs and signal output modules which represent a single fire alarm initiation/indicating zone. Each device contains its own data transceiver, micro controller, 4k of memory and applicable algorithms which allows each device to operate independent of the control system. These unique devices have the ability to analyze information, make decisions and store information within themselves. They communicate with the PEGAsys system us- ing the BIP protocol which utilizes a two-wire (Style 4), four wire (Style 6) or isolated (Style 7) multiplex trunk. The PEGAsys can support up to 255 device addresses per loop with a maximum of 8 loops for a total of 2040 Intelligent device points per sys- tem.

The PEGAsys is capable of controlling a wide variety of auxil- iary devices, such as relays, audible visual indicating signal devices and agent/sprinkler release systems. The system also supports the use of serial printers which provide hard copy of system status information.

1-1.2

System Components

The system is comprised of three major components as shown in Figure 1-1: the Central Control Panel (CCP) communicates with the field devices and drives output devices such as alarm signals that communicate with central stations and various types of control equipment. A display panel located on the CCP pro- vides system status LEDís, Control Switches and a 80-charac- ter LCD for alphanumeric display of system status information.

The single-loop PEGAsys Central Control Panel (P/N 76- 100000-501) consists of the Central Control Module (CCM) as- sembly, one receiver/transmitter (RX/TX) module and one power supply assembly. Optionally the system can add a motherboard assembly which allow the installation of optional output mod- ules. An auxiliary power supply module can be added which increases the base system power supply capacity to 8.0 amps at 24 VDC.

In multi-loop form the PEGAsys ML panel (P/N 76-100000-600) consists of a CCM, one power-supply assembly, one RX/TX mod- ule and one multi-loop motherboard mounted in the enclosure. The unique multi-loop motherboard provides the ability to connect up to eight RX/TX modules to the system allowing a full 2040 ad- dressable points to be connected to the PEGAsys ML system.

Auxiliary enclosures are available to allow the system to be ex- panded. The auxiliary enclosure has the same dimensions as that of the main enclosure with the absence of the window in the door. There are optional back planes which install in the expansion en- closure. This allows the number of I/O modules and system power supplies to be expanded. To allow for maximum system flexibility expansion enclosure(s) and backplane(s) can be added to the system. Refer to Appendix B for further system expansion de- tails.

1-2

COMPONENT DESCRIPTION

The following paragraphs give a brief description of each com- ponents used in the PEGAsys system. For functional descrip- tions of each component see Chapter 3 of this manual.

1-2.1

Central Control Module (CCM)

The CCM assembly is the heart of the system and is comprised of two PCB assemblies, the display module and the main pro- cessor module. The CCM controls the operation and supervi- sion of all the system modules and software within the PEGAsys system. It receives loop device data from the RX/TX module, processes the data based on pre-programmed instructions and transmits output commands to the output modules, field devices, and display module(s).

1-2.2

Display Module

The display module assembly, attached to the main processor PCB, provides the system with the operator interface for control switches, system status LEDís, system trouble/alarm buzzer, a 80-character (2 x 40) LCD display and an integral numeric key- pad. The keypad is used for entering the security password and navigating through the user menus. The system buzzer pro- vides two distinctly different signaling patterns for audible warn- ing of system alarms and troubles.

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s y s Intelligent Suppression Control/Fire Alarm System Display Reset Switch Figure 1-2. Central Control Module

Display Reset Switch

Suppression Control/Fire Alarm System Display Reset Switch Figure 1-2. Central Control Module (CCM) System Status
Suppression Control/Fire Alarm System Display Reset Switch Figure 1-2. Central Control Module (CCM) System Status

Figure 1-2. Central Control Module (CCM)

System Status POWER ON ALARM TROUBLE SUPERVISORY GROUND FAULT PREALARM CPU ERROR SILENCE ACKLDGE SILENCE
System Status POWER ON ALARM TROUBLE SUPERVISORY GROUND FAULT PREALARM CPU ERROR SILENCE ACKLDGE SILENCE
System Status
POWER ON
ALARM
TROUBLE
SUPERVISORY
GROUND FAULT
PREALARM
CPU ERROR
SILENCE
ACKLDGE
SILENCE
RESET
1
2
3
4
5
SCROLL
DRILL
DRILL
6
7890

Figure 1-3. Display Module Assembly

1-2.3

Receiver/Transmitter Module (RX/TX)

The RX/TX functions as the hardware & software interface be- tween the field devices and the CCM. The RX/TX receives con-

trol

requests from the CCM and establishes communications

with

the field devices. The RX/TX receives status changes from

the

field devices and reports these changes to the CCM. The

RX/TX shown in Figure 1-4 is capable of communicating with up to 255 intelligent devices and complies with the wiring re- quirements of NFPA Style 4, 6 & 7 (with the use of the loop isolator device). Style 4 initiation circuit wiring will permit ìTî tapping, or branch circuitry.

1-2.4

Power Supply/Charger Assembly

The power supply/charger assembly (P/N 76-100009-010) is

comprised of a printed circuit board (PCB) assembly and a AC/

DC

switching power supply unit. The switching power supply

unit

provides 4 amps of 24 VDC from the 120/240 VAC input

power. The PCB assembly is a microprocessor based unit which

provides the system with:

ï Battery charging and supervision

ï AC power supervision

ï 24 VDC supervision

ï Battery load test

ï 24 VDC ground fault detection (+/-)

ï Auxiliary 24 VDC outputs

VDC ground fault detection (+/-) ï Auxiliary 24 VDC outputs Loop Isolator for Style 7 Figure

Loop Isolator for Style 7

Figure 1-4. Receiver/Transmitter Module (RX/TX)

for Style 7 Figure 1-4. Receiver/Transmitter Module (RX/TX) Figure 1-5. Power Supply/Charger Assembly 1-2.5 Basic

Figure 1-5. Power Supply/Charger Assembly

1-2.5

Basic Motherboard

The basic I/O motherboard assembly (P/N 76-100007-001) is an assembly which can accept up to 8 I/O module circuit board assemblies. The motherboard is mounted to the back of the system enclosure and /or the auxiliary enclosures. It distributes the system 24 VDC power and I/O bus communications to the I/ O modules. The I/O bus communications are provided by a RJ- 12 (flat phone cable) style connection. The 24 VDC is provided by the system power supply via a 2-conductor wiring harness.

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The I/O motherboard mounts to standoffs on the back of the main and expansion enclosures with screws provided.

of the main and expansion enclosures with screws provided. Figure 1-6. Basic I/O Motherboard 1-2.6 Multi-Loop

Figure 1-6. Basic I/O Motherboard

1-2.6

Multi-Loop Motherboard

The multi-loop I/O motherboard assembly (P/N 76-100017-001) is an assembly which can accept up to 8 RX/TX modules and provide connections for up to 7 I/O module circuit board as- semblies. The ML motherboard is mounted to standoffs on the back of the main system enclosure. It distributes system 24 VDC power, CCM-RX/TX communications for up to 8 RX/TX modules and I/O bus communications to the I/O modules. The I/O bus communications are provided by a RJ-12 (flat phone cable) style connection. A single RJ-12 connection connects the ML motherboard to the CCM for RX/TX communications. The 24 VDC is provided by the system power supply via a 2- conductor wiring harness.

the system power supply via a 2- conductor wiring harness. Figure 1-7. Multi-Loop I/O Motherboard 1-2.7

Figure 1-7. Multi-Loop I/O Motherboard

1-2.7

Input/Output Modules

The optional input/output modules allow the PEGAsys system to interface with external auxiliary devices. These auxiliary de- vices can be audible/visual signal devices, HVAC systems, el- evator recall, power shut down, remote annunciators, agent/ sprinkler release system and any other control type input or output which may need to be interfaced to the system.

The input and output modules plug into the motherboard as- sembly located on the back plate of the system enclosure. Each I/O module occupies one slot in the motherboard assembly which has 8 slots available. The I/O modules and the CCM communi- cate over the RS-485 based I/O bus, which uses a 6-conductor phone type cable to connect the CCM to the motherboard.

The PEGAsys single-loop panel has the ability to support a maximum of 16 I/O modules, in any combination. However, no more than 8 of any one type of module can be used. If using a City-Tie module, the limit is one per system.

The PEGAsys multi-Loop panel has the ability to support a maxi- mum of 23 I/O modules, in any combination, on the system. However, no more than 8 of any one type module can be used. If using a City-Tie module, the limit is one per system.

The following paragraphs describe each available I/O module in greater detail.

1-2.7.1 SIGNAL OUTPUT MODULE

The PEGAsys panel has the capacity for a maximum of (8) Alarm Sounder/Signal Output cards, thus providing 32 possible sig- nal circuits. Each Alarm Sounder/Signal Output card, Figure 1- 8, is equipped with supervised 24 VDC outputs which can operate as Style ìYî or Style ìZî indicating circuits.

76-100003-001
76-100003-001

Figure 1-8. Signal Output Module

1-2.7.2 RELAY OUTPUT MODULE

The PEGAsys panel has the capacity for a maximum of 8 Aux- iliary Relay Output cards, allowing up to 32 relays. Each Auxil- iary Relay Output card is equipped with four (4), Form C, dry-contact relay outputs. The ability to isolate an individual relay output is provided through the system operator menu.

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s y s Intelligent Suppression Control/Fire Alarm System Figure 1-9. Relay Output Module 1-2.7.3 AGENT RELEASE

Figure 1-9. Relay Output Module

1-2.7.3 AGENT RELEASE OUTPUT MODULE

The PEGAsys panel has the capacity for a maximum of 8 agent release output modules, providing up to 8 release circuits and 24 maximum signal outputs on those modules.

circuits and 24 maximum signal outputs on those modules. Figure 1-10. Agent Release Output Module 1-2.7.4

Figure 1-10. Agent Release Output Module

1-2.7.4 CITY-TIE MODULE

The City-Tie (Notification) Module will provide connection and operation for local energy, shunt type master box and reverse polarity styles of output.

76-100002-001
76-100002-001

Figure 1-11. City Tie Module

1-2.8

Standby Batteries

Space is provided within the central control panel enclosure for up to two (2) 12-V, 17 Amp Hour, sealed lead-acid batteries used for 24, 60 or 90 hour standby operation. If additional bat- teries are required, an optional battery enclosure is available. The enclosure (Figure 1-12) is a heavy duty steel cabinet which can house up to two 40AH batteries. For installation informa- tion see Paragraph 7-9.1.

FIRE ALARM SYSTEM STANDBY BATTERIES KIDDE Figure 1-12. Battery Enclosure
FIRE ALARM SYSTEM
STANDBY BATTERIES
KIDDE
Figure 1-12. Battery Enclosure

1-2.9

Intelligent Loop Devices

The SmartOne TM Series of Intelligent Fire Alarm devices pro- vide the PEGAsys control system with smoke and heat detec- tion and necessary monitoring and control functions required by todayís advanced fire alarm systems. The following para- graphs describe each available intelligent detection device.

graphs describe each available intelligent detection device. Figure 1-13. SmartOne Detection Device 1-2.9.1 SmartOne

Figure 1-13. SmartOne Detection Device

1-2.9.1 SmartOne IONIZATION DETECTORS

The SmartOne Ionization smoke detectors provide true distrib- uted-intelligence, addressable microprocessor-based smoke detection to the PEGAsys system.

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1-2.9.2 SmartOne PHOTOELECTRIC DETECTORS

The SmartOne Photoelectric smoke detectors provide true dis- tributed-intelligence, addressable microprocessor-based smoke detection to the PEGAsys system.

1-2.9.3 SmartOne HEAT DETECTORS

The SmartOne Thermistor heat detectors provide true distrib- uted-intelligence, addressable, microprocessor-based heat de- tection to the PEGAsys system.

1-2.10

SmartOne Detector Bases

The SmartOne series of detection devices all use universal mounting bases which are available in three styles. The 4SB is a European-Style 4-inch base whose outside diameter matches that of the low profile SmartOne detectors, which when com- bined, provides a very attractive unit. The 4SB, shown in Figure 1-14, mounts to standard 3, 3.5-inch, or 100-mm electrical boxes with ease.

standard 3, 3.5-inch, or 100-mm electrical boxes with ease. Figure 1-14. Four-inch Detector Base The 6SB

Figure 1-14. Four-inch Detector Base

The 6SB model, shown above, is a traditional style detector base with an integral trim ring which provides coverage for any inconsistencies between the electrical box and ceiling material. The 6SB mounts to standard 3, 3.5 and 4 inch electrical boxes with ease.

to standard 3, 3.5 and 4 inch electrical boxes with ease. Figure 1-15. 6-inch Detector Base

Figure 1-15. 6-inch Detector Base

1-2.11

Addressable Contact Input Devices

The SmartOne Contact Monitor (P/N 70-407008-00X) allows an installer the ability to interface typical NO/NC fire alarm de- vices, such as water flow and tamper switches to the PEGAsys system. The contact monitor is also used to interface to the manual alarm, manual release and abort stations.

to the manual alarm, manual release and abort stations. Figure 1-16. Addressable Contact Input Device 1-2.12

Figure 1-16. Addressable Contact Input Device

1-2.12

Addressable Relay Output Devices

The addressable relay output device (P/N 70-408004-001) pro- vides the PEGAsys system with a Form-C dry-contact interface for remote control applications.

Figure 1-17. Addressable Relay Output Device
Figure 1-17. Addressable Relay Output Device

1-2.13

Model DH-2000 Air Duct Housing

The DH-2000 air duct housing is designed for detecting par- ticles of combustion products in air-handling systems.

par- ticles of combustion products in air-handling systems. Figure 1-18. Air Duct Housing 76-100016-001 1-5 August

Figure 1-18. Air Duct Housing

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1-2.14

Loop Isolator Devices

The SmartOne series of loop devices, shown in Figures 1-19 through 1-21, offer optional loop isolation which protects the loop from wire to wire short conditions (NFPA Style 7.0).

loop from wire to wire short conditions (NFPA Style 7.0). Figure 1-19. Loop Isolator, Stand-Alone J1
loop from wire to wire short conditions (NFPA Style 7.0). Figure 1-19. Loop Isolator, Stand-Alone J1
loop from wire to wire short conditions (NFPA Style 7.0). Figure 1-19. Loop Isolator, Stand-Alone J1

Figure 1-19. Loop Isolator, Stand-Alone

J1 DS2 DS1 Underwriters Laboratories Inc. R R LISTED REFER TO INSTALLATION MANUAL P/N 76-100016-001
J1
DS2
DS1
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P/N 76-100016-001
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LOOP ISOLATOR
RX/TX
SHORT-2SHORT-1

Figure 1-20. Loop Isolator, RX/TX Mount

SHORT-2SHORT-1 Figure 1-20. Loop Isolator, RX/TX Mount Figure 1-21. Loop Isolator, 6" Detector Base Mount 1-3

Figure 1-21. Loop Isolator, 6" Detector Base Mount

1-3

SYSTEM SPECIFICATION

System power specifications are outlined in Table 1-1.

Table 1-1. System Specifications

 

*Refer to Appendix A for total system power and AC branch circuit requirements.

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CHAPTER 2 OPERATION

2-1

INTRODUCTION

This chapter describes the PEGAsys system controls and in- dicators located on the display panel. It also describes the operating procedures and menu system.

2-2.1

Modes of Operation

There are two modes of PEGAsys system operation:

ï In the default operation the panel will be set to latch all alarm inputs on the system. The latching operation will not allow the loop input devices to generate an "alarm off" sig- nal that would possibly interrupt a discharge time delay sequence. To return the panel to normal the "RESET" but- ton will need to be pushed.

ï The second mode of operation is non-latching. This option can be enabled, using the PCS (PEGAsys Configuration Software) to define if a loop device input is to be non-latch- ing. The non-latching operation will allow the loop input devices to generate an "Alarm Off" signal to the panel. When this signal is received the panel would interrupt the dis- charge time delay sequence of operation. However, all out- puts that had been activated previous to the "Alarm Off" signal will remain on and latched until the panel is reset.

The advantage of offering a latching or non-latching operation per loop input device, allows the installer/designer to custom- ize the system. This allows the inter mixing of latching and non- latching devices to protect critical areas where both type may be specified

When an Alarm returns to a normal state (Alarm Off), the buzzer will sound in a pulsed fashion, the alarm off condition must be acknowledged to silence the buzzer. During the Trouble Off condition, the audible device provides no sound. The following summarizes the buzzer operation:

ï Alarm condition is indicated by a continuous ON signal,

ï Alarm OFF is indicated by a second ON second OFF signal,

ï Trouble condition is indicated by a 1 second ON and 1 sec- ond OFF continuous beeping,

Every individual change of status must be individually acknowl- edged by pressing the ACKLDGE (acknowledge) pushbutton to silence the Audible device.

2-2

CONTROLS AND INDICATORS

The control and indicators of the PEGAsys system are located on the display panel, shown in Figure 2-1. The display panel is mounted on top of the CCM. To gain access to the CCM, the panel door must be open. Table 2-1 lists controls and indicators for the display unit, giving name and functional description.

2-2.1

LCD Display

The display panel contains an 80-character (2X40) alphanu- meric display. This LCD display is used to present system sta- tus. In the procedure section of this chapter there will be several

System Status POWER ON ALARM GROUND FAULT PREALARM   TROUBLE   SUPERVISORY CPU ERROR SILENCE

System Status

System Status POWER ON ALARM GROUND FAULT PREALARM   TROUBLE   SUPERVISORY CPU ERROR SILENCE
System Status POWER ON ALARM GROUND FAULT PREALARM   TROUBLE   SUPERVISORY CPU ERROR SILENCE
POWER ON ALARM GROUND FAULT PREALARM
POWER ON
ALARM
GROUND FAULT
PREALARM
 

TROUBLE

 

SUPERVISORY

  TROUBLE   SUPERVISORY
CPU ERROR SILENCE

CPU ERROR

CPU ERROR SILENCE

SILENCE

CPU ERROR SILENCE
ACKLDGE SILENCE RESET SCROLL DRILL DRILL
ACKLDGE
SILENCE
RESET
SCROLL
DRILL
DRILL
1 2 3 4 5 6 7890
1
2
3
4
5
6
7890

Figure 2-1. System Front Panel

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simulated LCD display readouts. The LCD display readouts will be used to aid users in the operation of the system.

2-2.2

Audible Device

The Display Panel also contains an audible device which gen- erates two separate audible tones, one for alarms and one for troubles. This device sounds continuously when a new alarm condition is received until the condition is acknowledged. It also sounds intermittently when a trouble, supervisory, or pre-alarm condition is received until the condition is acknowledged.

2-2.3

Control and Indicator Description

Refer to Table 2-1 for complete description of controls and indi-

cators.

2-3

SYSTEM SECURITY

The PEGAsys system provides three distinct levels of program protection, as required by UL Standard 864. The user can only access the system by entering a valid password. Typical valid passwords consist of three or four characters but may be up to eight characters in length.

2-3.1

Levels of Security

The three security levels are: Level One, Level Two, and Sys- tem Manufacturer. The highest security level is reserved for the system manufacturer. System owner is level one, system in- staller is level two. Passwords consist of numeric characters (0 - 9) which allows access from the integral keypad of the CCM. Alphanumeric characters can only be used with the PCS pro- gram and if used they will lock out any possible entry using the CCM keypad to gain entrance to the menus.

If alphanumeric passwords are necessary for a particular appli- cation, it is recommended that the Level One password be nu- meric and the Level Two password be alphanumeric so as to allow the user to retrieve system information (system informa- tion lists) and also prevent a user from changing any pro- grammed system parameters.

2-3.2

Default Passwords

The PEGAsys system provides protection from unauthorized entry to the system menus by utilizing two levels of default pass- words, level one and level two. This feature provides two sepa- rate passwords which increases the security of the system. Default passwords are set when the system is shipped from Kidde. These default passwords are:

Level One = 987

Level Two = 1865

These default passwords are valid until other passwords are programmed into the system.

2-3.3

Entering Passwords

The password entry procedure is listed below:

a. Verify that the system status is displayed.

b. Press 0 (zero) key. Verify that the display reads:

PLEASE ENTER PASSWORD

c. Type in three or four digit password into keypad. Ensure a pound sign (#) appears for each key pressed.

Use the default password, if a new password has not been set.

NOTE:

d. Press the return (↵↵↵↵↵) key. Verify that the display reads:

1:ISOLATE

2:LIST

3:SET

4:TEST

2-4

SYSTEM POWER-UP

The following step-by-step procedure is for initial power-up of the CCP.

a. Perform the installation check-out procedure in Chapter 7 of this manual.

b. Set the circuit breaker for the CCP power to ON. Verify that the display reads "Main Processor Power On" and that the CPU ERROR indicator is lit. Ensure that the audible device is buzzing continuously.

c. Press the display module reset switch. Verify that the CPU ERROR indicator is extinguished and the audible device is silenced.

d. Verify that the display reads as follows:

MAIN PROCESSOR POWER ON

e. After ten seconds, verify that the display reads as follows:

RXTX NON-MONITORING TROUBLE ON

RXTX1

NOTE: For multi-loop systems only. The above and below RX/ TX messages will repeat themselves for each RX/TX module installed in the system. The above message will be displayed while the system is initializing itself. This initialization can take up to 90 seconds.

To clear the below RX/TX message use the AutoLearn function from the menu function or upload the configuration from the PCS program. If using PCS software, verify that the correct number of RX/TX loops are enabled in the Loops Topic of the configuration file prior to uploading.

RX/TX 1 NOT REGISTERED ON RX/TX LOOP 1

f. Verify that the POWER ON and TROUBLE indicators are lit.

g. Connect the backup batteries to the CCP in accordance to the procedure in Chapter 7.

h. Press the ACKLDGE pushbutton. After approximately one minute the display will momentarily read :

RXTX NON-MONITORING TROUBLE OFF

i. Verify the display reads the incorrect time and date.

j. Set time and date as follows:

(1)

Press 0 (zero) key. Verify that the display reads:

PLEASE ENTER PASSWORD

(2)

Type in the default 1 st level password (987).

(3)

Press the return () key. Verify that the display reads:

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Table 2-1.

Control and Indicators

LED

FUNCTION

POWER ON

When illuminated, indicates that the system is receiving AC input power. When off, indicates an AC input power failure has occurred (trouble condition) and the system has switched to a battery standby condition.

ALARM

When illuminated, indicates an alarm condition has been reported by an input device.

TROUBLE

When illuminated, indicates a trouble condition exists in the system.

SUPERVISORY

When illuminated, indicates a supervisory condition has been reported by a system-input device programmed for supervisory input.

GROUND FAULT

When illuminated, indicates a ground fault has been detected on the 24 VDC line by the power supply monitor. The LCD will display either + / -.

PRE-ALARM

When illuminated, indicates a smoke or heat detector has sensed a level of smoke or heat which exceeds the pre-alarm setpoint.

CPU ERROR

When illuminated, indicates CCM software has failed. The system defaults to Zone Alarm / General Signal status.

SILENCE

When illuminated, indicates the Signal/Audible outputs have been silenced.

SWITCH

FUNCTION

ACKNOWLEDGE

When pressed after an Alarm ON (Alarm OFF if input device is set for non- latching) Trouble, supervisory, or pre-alarm ON condition has occured, it silences the panel's audible buzzer. The "ALARM", "TROUBLE", "SUPERVISORY", or "PRE-ALARM" LED indicator glows steady to indicate that the condition has been acknowledged. Subsequent conditions will cause the panel to resound the above sequence.

SILENCE

When pressed after acknowledging current Alarm, it silences the system signal outputs which have been programmed as silenceable. The "SILENCE" indicator illuminates to indicate that the signal outputs have been silenced. Pressing the "SILENCE" switch does not effect the Relay Output status.

 

When pressed after all active alarms have been acknowledged and cleared, the system:

RESET

Resets auxiliary 24 VDC outputs used to power 4 wire detectors Resets all latched alarm conditions. Returns all relays to their normal state. Displays "System Reset" on the visual display. Turns the "ALARM" and "ZONE ALARM" indicators off.

SCROLL

When pressed during an active alarm, trouble, or supervisory condition, will cause the LCD to scroll through the active event buffer(s). The Alarm condition will not allow supervisory or troubles to be viewed. Supervisory condition will not allow the troubles buffer to be viewed.

DRILL

When pressed and held for five seconds, the system will activate all signal outputs which have been programmed for drill activation.

NUMERIC KEYPAD (1-0)

Use to enter password and system information into the menu system.

BACKSPACE

Use to exit the menu system and to correct wrong entries.

RETURN

Used as the Enter key when using the menu system.

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1:ISOLATE

2:LIST

3:SET

4:TEST

(4)

Type in 3111 on the keypad. Verify that the display reads:

SYSTEM TIME (AM/PM)

ENTER THE TIME

:

(HH:MM)

(5)

Type in the time (HH=hours 0-12 and then MM=minutes 0-59). Press the return key. Verify that the display reads:

SYSTEM TIME (AM/PM) 1:AM 2:PM

(6)

Type in appropriate selection (1 for AM or 2 for PM).

NOTE:

If there has been a mistake in the entered data, press the backspace key as many times as required to get to the mistake, then re-enter data from that point.

k. The power-up procedure is complete at this point. The sys- tem is now ready for loop device registration and program- ming which is covered in this chapter.

2-5

SYSTEM MENUS

PEGAsys has a built-in menu structure. This menu structure has been implemented to aid users with system operating func- tions. The following paragraphs describe the menu structure, accessing the menu, exiting the menu and menu functions. Fig- ure 2-2 shows the system's Level One menu structure. Figure 2-3 shows the system's Level Two menu structure.

2-5.1

Menu Structure

The PEGAsys menu structure consists of a main menu, and multiple sub-level menus. The sub-level menus may also con- tain multiple sub-level menus. The main menu displays after you enter a valid password. You can also access the Top Level menu from any sub-level menu at almost anytime by pressing the backspace key located on the keypad.

NOTE: The top level menu may not be available by using the backspace key while certain types of programming are being performed.

It is possible to access a previous higher level menu from a lower level menu by pressing the backspace key.

The choices of available sub menus after a valid password has been entered, correspond to the security level password that has been entered.

The main menu for the 1 st level, 2 nd level, and Manufacturer security level is:

1:ISOLATE

2:LIST

3:SET

4:TEST

Any one of the basic functions listed in a main menu can be selected by pressing the numeric key of the systemís keypad which corresponds to the desired function. (Example: To select the LIST function from the main menu, press the 2 key on the system keypad.) You also select lower level functions from sub- level menus using the numeric keys.

2-5.2

Accessing the System Menus

Perform the steps in Paragraph 2-3.3.

2-5.3

Exiting the System Menus

To exit the system's menus, perform the following steps:

a. Press the backspace key as many times necessary to reach the top level menu, shown in the top of the next column:

1:ISOLATE

2:LIST

3:SET

4:TEST

b. Press the backspace key. Verify that the system returns to standby. The display should read:

SYSTEM STATUS NORMAL HH:MM MM-DD YR 40 CHARACTER CUSTOM MESSAGE

NOTE:

2-5.4

When exiting the system menus, if the system is normal the display panel should show the time and date as shown in the above step.

Menu Functions

Tables 2-2 through 2-5 list and provide a brief description of all functions that you can perform using the PEGAsys systemís menus. In addition, the tables provide the security access level and a keystroke formula for each function. The keystroke for- mula is a sequence of numbers you enter via the systemís key- pad to access a particular function. These formulas provide the path from the main menu to the desired function. Formulas are provided for each access level. After you enter the formula, some of the functions require you to press the return key to start imple- menting the function.

Most functions will require that you enter additional data to imple- ment the function, such as a device address or desired alarm

threshold.

2-5.4.1 ISOLATE MENU FUNCTION

The isolate menu function (Table 2-2) permits the operator to isolate field devices and output modules. Isolating any device immediately places the system in a trouble condition, and ini- tiates an audible trouble alarm and a printout with the time, date, and device isolated. The feature is typically used to temporarily isolate auxiliary devices during a system test.

2-5.4.2 LIST MENU FUNCTION

The list menu function (Table 2-3) permits the operator to list

various system parameters. All lists are real time actual system conditions which are displayed and printed with the time and

date.

2-5.4.3

SET MENU FUNCTION

The set menu function permits the operator to program various system parameters within the system. A few examples are shown in Table 2-4.

2-5.4.4 TEST MENU FUNCTION

The test menu function, shown in Table 2-5, allows the operator to test individual or a group of field devices. On command, a detector or contact input device can be tested, and results will be printed and displayed at the Central Control Panel. The Test procedure in the device is activated by imposing a signal within the device that will cause an alarm output. The Control Panel verifies that an alarm output is generated and reports ìTest Result OKî for each device.

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2-6

MODES OF OPERATION

The PEGAsys system has four modes of operation. Each mode has different indications and action required. The following Para- graphs describe each mode, indications and action if required.

2-6.1

Normal Standby Mode

This is the typical mode of the system. In this mode, no alarm, trouble, or supervisory conditions exist in the system. The sys- tem display will show the time, day of the week, and date. For example:

SYSTEM STATUS NORMAL 11:06 AM_05-04-90

40_CHARACTER_CUSTOM_MESSAGE

The system provides an option which allows the System Status Normal message to be replaced with a display of battery charg- ing voltage and current for the system standby batteries. For example:

PS01_26.0

40_CHARACTER_CUSTOM_MESSAGE

_11:06 AM_05-04-90

The green AC POWER LED will be illuminated to indicate that the systemís main power source is normal.

In the Normal Standby Operation state, it is possible for the 80-character display to show data other than the time, day of date. This occurs when the system menus are being accessed either locally or remotely through one of its serial ports. This condition will be indicated by the menu selections being displayed on the display panel being illuminated.

In the Normal Standby Mode, no indicating LEDís will be illumi- nated other than the ìAC POWER.î

NOTE:

2-6.2

Active Alarm Mode

The system enters an alarm mode if a device (or devices) has detected an alarm condition, such as smoke / heat above the alarm threshold level. There are two types of alarms which can occur:

Device Alarm

An alarm in which a device has communicated the alarm status properly to the Central Control Panel, by providing the alarmed device address for indication to the operator.

Zone Alarm

An alarm condition detected by one or several devices, but which cannot be reported by a specific device due to a malfunction in communications between the system and the alarmed device(s). This is a redundant feature to increase system reliability and is called Failsoft Mode.

NOTE:

A device can signal a zone alarm to the system during some communication failures.

2-6.2.1 ALARM MODE INDICATIONS

The following indicates the system is in its alarm mode of op- eration.

a. The red ìALARMî LED will be illuminated and there will be a continuous audible signal by the system buzzer at the panel.

b. The 80-character display will cycle between all currently active alarms. Example:

will cycle between all currently active alarms. Example: NOTE: If the alarm is a zone alarm,

NOTE: If the alarm is a zone alarm, the Device Address ì1000 - 8000î will be displayed depending on which RX/TX module detects the zone alarm.

b. The outputs which have been previously programmed for activation upon alarm by the specific devices will be turned on. (Example: Signal audible signaling devices, control re- lays for HVAC shutdown or elevator recall.)

2-6.2.2

The following steps should be performed when the system is set into alarm.

a. Press the display panelís ACKLDGE pushbutton to acknowl- edge the displayed alarm condition. The 80-character dis- play will continue to cycle between any remaining alarms which have not been acknowledged. The ìACKNOWL- EDGEî switch must be operated once for each alarm re- ceived at the panel.

b. Once all current alarms have been acknowledged, the alarm indicating circuits (audible devices) can be silenced by op- erating the ìSILENCEî switch.

c. After all of the current alarms have been acknowledged, verify that the display reads: XXX ALARMS REMAIN. The ìXXXî representing the total of all active alarms. All active alarms can be viewed on the display by pressing the scroll pushbutton.

NOTE: The first 64 alarms will only be displayed. Subsequent alarms over the initial 64 will not be displayed, even when any or all of the first 64 alarms clear. However, all alarms regardless of total will be processed in the EOC. For a complete list of active alarms access the event buffer menu using the CCM keypad.

d. Any subsequent alarms will cause the alarm audible cir- cuits to resound. Each additional alarm must be acknowl- edged before the alarm indicating circuits can be silenced.

e. When a device goes out of alarm, the display will indicate the device address and an alarm off (AOF) message (non- latching mode). Example:

ALARM MODE USER ACTION

1080

40_CHARACTER_LOCATION_MESSAGE

_PHOTOELECTRIC DETECTOR

NOTE: If the alarm is a zone alarm, the address ì1000-8000î will be displayed, indicating that active device(s) in failsoft mode in the zone have gone out of alarm.

f. Each device which goes out of alarm must be acknowl- edged with the ACKLDGE pushbutton (non-latching).

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2:LIST
3:SET
4:TEST
1:LoopDevices
1:IsolatedDevices/Outputs
1:Time - Date
1:Lamp
Test
2:SignalOutputs
2:EventBuffer
2:PrinterControl
2:Loop Device(Alarm Test)
3:RelayOutputs
3:Detector Level
3:Battery Test
4:Release Outputs
4:Active Events
5:CityTieOutput
5:Programming
6:Digital I/O
6:Assignments
7:Voltages

Figure 2-2. Level One Menu Structure

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2:LIST

1:Isolated Devices/Outputs2:LIST 2:EventBuffer 3:DetectorLevel 4:Active Events 5:Programming 6:Assignments 7:Voltages

2:EventBuffer2:LIST 1:Isolated Devices/Outputs 3:DetectorLevel 4:Active Events 5:Programming 6:Assignments 7:Voltages

3:DetectorLevel2:LIST 1:Isolated Devices/Outputs 2:EventBuffer 4:Active Events 5:Programming 6:Assignments 7:Voltages

4:Active Events2:LIST 1:Isolated Devices/Outputs 2:EventBuffer 3:DetectorLevel 5:Programming 6:Assignments 7:Voltages

5:Programming2:LIST 1:Isolated Devices/Outputs 2:EventBuffer 3:DetectorLevel 4:Active Events 6:Assignments 7:Voltages

6:Assignments2:LIST 1:Isolated Devices/Outputs 2:EventBuffer 3:DetectorLevel 4:Active Events 5:Programming 7:Voltages

7:Voltages2:LIST 1:Isolated Devices/Outputs 2:EventBuffer 3:DetectorLevel 4:Active Events 5:Programming 6:Assignments

Events 5:Programming 6:Assignments 7:Voltages 3:SET     1:Time - Date   2:Printer

3:SET

 
 
 

1:Time - Date

 
 

2:Printer

 
 

3:Devices

 
 

4:Programming

 
 

5:Unused

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1:ISOLATE

1 : L o o p Devices 1:Loop Devices

2:Signal Outputs1:ISOLATE 1 : L o o p Devices 3:Relay Outputs 4:Release Outputs 5:CityTieOutput 6:GlobalI/O6:Digital I/O

3:Relay Outputs1:ISOLATE 1 : L o o p Devices 2:Signal Outputs 4:Release Outputs 5:CityTieOutput 6:GlobalI/O6:Digital I/O

4:Release Outputs1 : L o o p Devices 2:Signal Outputs 3:Relay Outputs 5:CityTieOutput 6:GlobalI/O6:Digital I/O 6:GlobalI/O7:Global

5:CityTieOutput: L o o p Devices 2:Signal Outputs 3:Relay Outputs 4:Release Outputs 6:GlobalI/O6:Digital I/O 6:GlobalI/O7:Global

6:GlobalI/O6:Digital I/O1 : L o o p Devices 2:Signal Outputs 3:Relay Outputs 4:Release Outputs 5:CityTieOutput 6:GlobalI/O7:Global

6:GlobalI/O7:Global1 : L o o p Devices 2:Signal Outputs 3:Relay Outputs 4:Release Outputs 5:CityTieOutput 6:GlobalI/O6:Digital I/O

4:TEST

 
 
 

1:Lamp Test

 
 
 

2:LoopDevice(Alarm Test)

 
 
 

3:BatteryTest

 
 
 

4:WalkTest

 
 
 

5:Alarm Simulation Test

 

Figure 2-3. Level Two Menu Structure

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Table 2-2. Isolate Menu Function

 

Access

Function

Description

Formula

Level

Isolate Loop Device

Isolate/De-isolate an RCU by address

1-1

1/2/M

Isolate I/O Module Signal Output

Isolate/De-isolate a signal module output circuit by address

1-2-1

1/2/M

Isolate I/O Module Release Signal Output

Isolate/De-isolate a release module signal output by address.

1-2-2

1/2/M

Isolate CCMSignal Output

Isolate/De-isolate ACCMsignal output

1-2-3

1/2/M

Isolate I/O Module Relay Output

Isolate/De-isolate a I/O module relay output by address

1-3-1

1/2/M

Isolate CCMRelay Output

Isolate/De-isolate CCMrelay output

1-3-2

1/2/M

Isolate I/O Module Release Output

Isolate/De-isolate an agent release output by output address

1-4-1

1/2/M

Isolate CCMAgent Release Output

Isolate/De-isolate an agent release output by CCMoutput address

1-4-2

1/2/M

Isolate City Tie Output

Isolate/De-isolate city tie module by output address

1-5

1/2/M

Isolate Digital Input/Output

Isolate/De-isolate digital input/output by I/O address

1-6

1/2/M

Global Isolate Inputs

Isolate/De-isolate all system input loop devices; I/O modules

1-7-1

2/M

Global Isolate Outputs

Isolate/De-isolate all system output I/O modules

1-7-2

2/M

NOTE:

1 = LEVEL ONE, 2 = LEVEL TWO, M = MANUFACTURER LEVEL

Table 2-3. List Menu Function

 

Access

Function

Description

Formula

Level

List Isolated Loop Devices

List all Loop Devices which are isolated

2-1-1-1

1/2/M

List Isolated I/O Modules

List all I/O modules which are isolated

2-1-2-1

1/2/M

List Isolated CCM outputs

List all CCM outputs which are isolated

2-1-2-2

1/2/M

List Event History Buffer(All Events)

Lists all recorded event history entries from buffer

2-2-1

1/2/M

List Event History Buffer(Range of Events)

Lists a user selectable range of event history entries by date

2-2-2

1/2/M

List a Single Detector

Displays a selected detector’s real time smoke / heat level

2-3-1

1/2/M

List Detector Level

Lists all system detectors pre-alarm and alarm setpoints and present level.

2-3-2

1/2/M

List Active Alarm(s)

List all active system alarm(s).

2-4-1

1/2/M

List Active Supervisory Conditions

List all active system supervisory conditions.

2-4-2

1/2/M

List Active Trouble Condition

List all active system trouble conditions

2-4-3

1/2/M

List EOC Program

List EOC program lines

2-5-1

1/2/M

List RTC Program

List RTC program lines

2-5-2

1/2/M

List Loop Device Addresses

List all loop devices registered into the system

2-6-1

1/2/M

List I/O Module Addresses

List all I/O modules registered into the system

2-6-2

1/2/M

List PC Line Voltage Levels

Lists PC line voltage levels at each specified loop device

2-7-1

1/2/M

List Loop Device 9VDC power supply level

Lists specified loop device 9 volt power supply level

2-7-2

1/2/M

NOTE:

1 = LEVEL ONE, 2 = LEVEL TWO, M = MANUFACTURER LEVEL

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Table 2-4. Set Menu Function

 

Access

Function

Description

Formula

Level

Set System Time

Allows user to set system time

3-1-1

1/2/M

Set System Date

Allows user to set system date

3-1-2

1/2/M

Set Display of Battery(V+I)

Allow user to set display of battery charging voltage and current.

3-1-3

1/2/M

Set Internal Printer

Enable port for internal printer connection

3-2-1-1

1/2/M

Disable Internal Printer

Disable port for internal printer connection

3-2-1-2

1/2/M

Set External Printer