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Fire Alarm System

Salwico CS4000
Users Guide

Consilium

The contents of this document are subject to revision without notice due to continued progress in
methodology, design and manufacturing. Consilium assumes no legal responsibility for any error
or damage resulting from the usage of this document.
Edition 3, 08 1 E, May 2008.
Document no. S-4-010.965
Part no: 465006
2005-2008, Consilium Fire & Gas AB

Consilium Marine AB
P.O. Box 8763
SE-402 76 GTEBORG
SWEDEN
Tel: +46-31-710 77 00, Fax: +46-31-710 78 00
E-mail: cmab.got@consilium.se
Internet: www.consilium.se

User Guide
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Contents

Contents
About this manual .................................................................................................................... 3
Chapter 1: General description .............................................................................................. 4
Control panel MX4000........................................................................................................... 4
Description of keys and indicators ..................................................................................... 4
Repeater panel MN4000......................................................................................................... 8
Description of keys and indicators ..................................................................................... 8
Guide to the menu system .................................................................................................... 10
Choosing menu alternatives ............................................................................................. 10
Menu tree CS4000............................................................................................................ 11
Explanation of the different menu alternatives ................................................................ 13
Definition of terms ............................................................................................................... 19
CS4000 System data............................................................................................................. 20
CS4000 System : EN54 functions........................................................................................ 21
Optional functions with requirements .............................................................................. 21
Functions relating to other parts of the EN54 standard.................................................... 21
Ancillary functions not required by EN54 ....................................................................... 21
Chapter 2: Operations ........................................................................................................... 22
Access levels ........................................................................................................................ 22
Description of the access levels ....................................................................................... 23
Login .................................................................................................................................... 23
Pre-alarm .............................................................................................................................. 23
Fire alarm ............................................................................................................................. 24
When Fire is flashing.................................................................................................... 24
Information displayed ...................................................................................................... 24
Mute ................................................................................................................................. 24
Reset ................................................................................................................................. 25
Several alarms .................................................................................................................. 25
Type of fire alarms from conventional zones................................................................... 25
Fault indications ................................................................................................................... 26
When Fault is flashing .................................................................................................. 26
Information displayed ...................................................................................................... 26
Mute ................................................................................................................................. 26
Reset ................................................................................................................................. 27
Fault messages...................................................................................................................... 27
Disconnections ..................................................................................................................... 28
Disconnections available.................................................................................................. 28
Acknowledgement of a new disconnection...................................................................... 29
Disconnecting zones......................................................................................................... 29
Disconnecting addressable detectors................................................................................ 30
Disconnecting alarm devices (bells etc)........................................................................... 30
Alarm delay ...................................................................................................................... 31
Disconnecting external outputs (for example fans, fire doors etc) .................................. 31
Disconnection of alarm transfer output ............................................................................ 31
Reconnection of disconnected items .................................................................................... 31
Service menu (access level 4) .............................................................................................. 32

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Chapter 3: Installation........................................................................................................... 33
Electrical connection ............................................................................................................ 33
Description of CS4000 PCBs.......................................................................................... 33
Connection ....................................................................................................................... 34
Testing.................................................................................................................................. 35
Test a fire-detecting zone ................................................................................................. 35
Reset test mode................................................................................................................. 35
Test the control unit display ............................................................................................. 35
Appendix A: Fault codes & Fuses......................................................................................... 36
Fault list................................................................................................................................ 36
Fuses..................................................................................................................................... 39
Fuse list ............................................................................................................................ 39
Fuse locations on base board, BB. ................................................................................... 39
Fuse locations on rectifier board, RB............................................................................... 39
Appendix B: Quick guide* .................................................................................................... 40
Fire alarm ......................................................................................................................... 40
Fault alarm........................................................................................................................ 40
Disconnections ................................................................................................................. 40
General operation ............................................................................................................. 40
Appendix C: Display analogue values of a loop unit........................................................... 41

User Guide
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About this manual

About this manual


This manual gives general information about the CS4000 fire alarm
system and its control panel in chapter 1 General description.
In chapter 2 Operation it is described how to operate the CS4000 fire
alarm system.
It also gives a brief instruction how to connect and test the CS4000 fire
alarm system in chapter 3 Installation. For more detailed information,
see the separate CS4000 Installation manual.
In appendix A you will find detailed information about the fault codes
that can appear and where the fuses are located.
If nothing else, please read Guide to the menu system in chapter 1
and Appendix B Quick guide to get a basic understanding how to
operate the system.
In Appendix C you will find information about the analogue value that
can be read out from each loop unit.

This manual is valid for Base Board program versions from 1.0.32.

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Chapter 1: General description


The CS4000 is a state of the art analogue addressable fire detection
system designed to meet all major marine and industrial requirements.
Special care has been taken to ergonomics and user friendliness with its
logical self-instructing operator panel guiding the user to the various
functions available.
The CS4000 can be delivered with either analogue addressable or
conventional detectors or a combination of both in the same system.

Control panel MX4000


The control panel is used to monitor and control all functions of the
CS4000 fire alarm system. The CS4000 is a menu-operated system and
instructions are given in the text display making it very easy to use.

Description of keys and indicators


1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13

FAULT

Menu

Home

Disc.

3
DEF

21

Power
Test
Alarm Transfer

' '

ABC

Alarm Device
Alarm Delay

GHI

JKL

MNO

Zone/Unit
System Fault
Warning

PQRS

TUV

WXYZ

OK

22

Pre-Alarm

23
F1

OK

24

F2
F3

14
15
16
17

FIRE

DISC.

18
19
20

Mute

Next

Reset

25

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1. Fire alarm indicator


The fire alarm indication is flashing with red light to indicate that there
is an un-muted fire alarm in the system. It turns into steady light when
all fire alarms are muted.
2. Disconnection indicator
This is a general indicator showing that there is at least one
disconnected function in the system, for example a zone, detector,
external control or alarm device.
3. Fault indicator
The fault indication is flashing with yellow light to indicate that there is
an un-muted fault in the system. It turns into steady light when all fault
alarms are muted.
4. Power indicator
Indicates with green steady light that the power supply to the control
panel is OK.
5. Test indicator
Indicates with yellow steady light that there is at least one zone in test
mode.
6. Alarm transfer indicator (only industrial application)
Indicates with yellow steady light that the output controlling the
transmission of fire alarms to the fire brigade has been activated. The
indication starts flashing if there is a fault detected on the alarm transfer
output.
7. Alarm device indicator
Indicates with yellow steady light that an alarm device output (bells
etc) is disconnected. Flashing light indicates that there is a fault on an
alarm device output.
8. Alarm delay indicator
Marine application: Indicates with yellow steady light that the alarm
delay function is disconnected.
Industrial application: Indicates with yellow steady light that the alarm
transfer output is delayed.
9. Zone/Unit indicator
Indicates with yellow steady light that a fire detector or zone is
disconnected. Flashing yellow indicates that at least one fire detector or
zone is in fault condition. Fault indication has priority over
disconnection indication.

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10. System fault indicator


Flashes with yellow light to indicate an internal fault in the control
panel or when there is a fault on the system communication of type no
poll. See appendix A Fault codes for more information.
11. Warning indicator
Warnings are indicated with yellow steady light.
12. Pre-alarm indicator
The pre-alarm indication flashes with yellow light to indicate that there
is an un-muted pre-alarm in the system. It turns into steady light when
all pre-alarms are muted.
13. Custom keys and indicators
The three custom keys with yellow indicators are programmable to
activate customer-specific functions or show customer specific menus.
The functions of these buttons and indicators are programmed via the
definition program.
14. Fields for custom text
The function of each custom key can be described in these text fields
using user-defined inserts in the panel slots.
15. Mute button
This button is used to mute (acknowledge) and silence alarms.
16. More alarms
Flashes with red light if there is more than one fire alarm in the system.
17. Next button
Press Next button to scroll through the different alarms. The list always
returns to the first fire alarm after 30 seconds if no buttons are pressed.
18. Menu shortcut button
This button gives direct access to the main menu, where all the
functions of the CS4000 system can be accessed.
19. Home shortcut button
This button gives direct access to the initial view.
20. Disconnections shortcut button
This button gives direct access to the disconnections menu.
21. Alphanumerical display
The blue alphanumerical display has a capacity of 14x40 characters.

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22. Numerical keypad


The numerical keypad is used to enter information into the system.
The
button erases one character at the time.
23 OK buttons
The OK buttons are used to select a menu alternative or to accept a
function. The OK buttons is also used to show details for a selected list
entry. Both buttons have the same function.
24. Arrow keys
The arrow keys are used to navigate in the menus and select different
menu alternatives.

Shows the previous item in the list. If the first item


is displayed it will go to the last item.

Go to previous menu

OK

Select the chosen menu alternative.


(or press OK)

Shows next item in the list. If the last item is


displayed it will go to the first item.

25. Reset button


This button is used to reset different alarms in the system.

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Repeater panel MN4000


The repeater panel is used to monitor functions in the CS4000 fire
alarm system. It is possible to view and list fire alarm, faults and
disconnections.

Description of keys and indicators

FIRE

2
3
4

Power

10

Fault

Scroll

Disconnection

Test

Fire

Fault

Disc.

Mute

11

5
6
7
8

1. Fire alarm indicator


The fire alarm indication is flashing with red light to indicate that there
is an un-muted fire alarm in the system. It turns into steady light when
all fire alarms are muted from the main control panel.
2. Power indicator
Indicates with green steady light that the power supply to the repeater
panel is OK.
3. Fault indicator
The fault indication is flashing with yellow light to indicate that there is
an un-muted fault in the system. It turns into steady light when all fault
alarms are muted from the main control panel.

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4. Disconnection indicator
This is a general indicator showing that there is at least one
disconnected function in the system, for example a zone, detector,
external control or alarm device.
5. Test button
Test of all indications and each segment in the alphanumerical display
on the repeater panel.
6. Fire button
Gives direct access to the fire alarm list.
7. Fault button
Gives direct access to the fault list.
8. Disc. button
Gives direct access to the disconnection list.
9. Alphanumerical display
The blue alphanumerical display has a capacity of 14x40 characters.
10. Scroll buttons
Used to scroll up and down in the different lists.
11. Mute buttons
Mutes the local buzzer.

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Guide to the menu system


The CS4000 is a menu-operated system. All functions in the system
can be reached from the different menus.

Choosing menu alternatives


Press Menu to enter the menu system. Navigate in the menu
alternatives with the up and down arrows. Choose a menu alternative
with the right arrow and go to previous menu with the left arrow.
It is also possible to choose a menu alternative by entering the menu
number (0 = menu 10).
In the lower part of the alphanumerical display the different options
available for each individual menu are shown.
The numerical keypad is used to entering information, for example
zone and detector number.
The

button erases the last alphanumeric entry.

Show the previous item in the list. If


the first item is displayed it will go to
the last item.

Go to previous menu.

OK

Selects the chosen menu


alternative.

Show next item in the list. If the


last item is displayed it will go to
the first item.

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Menu tree CS4000


Home
1 Fault Alarms
1 Fault List*
1 Mute
2 Reset
2 Warning List *
3 Reset All Faults

2 Fire Alarms
1 Fire List*
1 Mute
2 Reset
2 Pre-Alarm List*
3 Resound (restart bells)
4 Reset All Fire Alarms

3 Disconnections
1 New disconnection (access level 2B)
1 Zones
2 Detectors & Manual Call Points
3 External Controls
1 External Controls
1 General
2 Doors
3 Fire
4Fault
5 Ventilation
6 Indication
2 Alarm Transfer
4 Alarm Device (Bells etc.)
5 Alarm Delay
1 Disconnection (5 minutes)
2 Timer disconnection
3 Clock disconnection
4 Periodic disconnection
6 Test Mode
2 Disconnection list*
1 Reconnect
3 Periodic Disconnection list*
4 Old Disconnections
5 Remove all disconnections

4 Login
5 Settings
1 Set Dimmer
2 Set Time
3 Set Date
4 Test display
5 Alarm delay times (access level 3)
1 Alarm delay time 1 (mute)
2 Alarm delay time 2 (reset)
6 Keyboard beep
7 Cause Effect in test mode
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6 Service menu (access level 4)


1 System Details
2 System Boards*
0 Disconnect system board
2 System board inputs
3 System board outputs
3 Display Units*
0 Disconnect panel board
2 Panel board inputs
3 Panel board outputs
4 Zones*
2 Loop units
0 Disconnect loop unit
2 Simulate fire alarm
3 Remove loop unit
4 Change supplementary text
5 Loops*
0 Disconnect logical loop
2 Loop units
0 Disconnect loop unit
2 Simulate fire alarm
3 Remove loop unit
3 Add logical loops
4 Scan for loops
6 Reload Configuration
1 Load entire configuration
2 Load supplementary texts only
7 Load config from Memory Stick
8 Upload config to Memory Stick
9 Save changes to configuration
10 Upload syslog to Memory Stick

7 History
1 Fire History List*
2 Fault History List*
3 Disconnection History List*
4 Common History List*

8 Maintenance
1 Lightly Contaminated Detectors
2 Heavily Contaminated Detectors

* All lists can be printed by pressing 1 the on the numerical keypad. It is also possible
to monitor details about the list objects by pressing the OK button.

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Explanation of the different menu alternatives

Home
Top-level start display showing CS4000 FIRE ALARM SYSTEM
and the name of the installation (if defined).
1 Fault Alarms
The menu from which fault- and warning messages are listed and
handled.
1.1 Fault List
Shows all present fault messages.
1.1.1 Mute
Mute the fault alarm by pressing the Mute button on the control panel
MN4000.
1.1.2 Reset
Reset the fault alarm by pressing the Reset button on the control panel
MN4000.
1.2 Warning List
Shows all present warning messages, for instance a dirty detector or an
open door on a central unit.
1.3 Reset All Faults
Reset all present faults in the fault list (1.1).
2 Fire Alarms
The menu from which fire- and pre-alarms are listed and handled. Also
possibility to re-activate alarm devices that have been muted (re-sound).
2.1 Fire List
Shows all present fire alarms.
2.1.1 Mute
Mute the fire alarm by pressing the Mute button on the control panel
MN4000.
2.1.2 Reset
Reset the fire alarm by pressing the Reset button on the control panel
MN4000.
2.2 Pre-Alarm List
Shows all present pre-alarms.

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2.3 Resound (restart bells)


If the alarm devices have been silenced by pressing Mute, this function
will restart them if the fire alarm has not been reset.
2.4 Reset All Fire Alarms
Resets all fire alarms in the fire list (2.1)
3 Disconnections
The menu, from which disconnections of parts of the fire alarm system
are added, removed or listed.
3.1 New disconnection (access level 2B)
Adds new disconnections.
3.1.1 Zones
Possibility to disconnect entire zones for a specified time period or
permanent.
3.1.2 Detectors & Manual Call Points
Possibility to disconnect individual detectors or manual call points for a
specified time period or permanent.
3.1.3 External Controls
Possibility to de-activate External Controls or Alarm Transfer.
3.1.3.1 External Controls
Disconnects outputs (all or individual categories) to external controls.
This means that an alarm condition will not cause activation of the
selected category.
3.1.3.1.1 General
Category including all external controls (doors, fire, fault, ventilation
and indication)
3.1.3.1.2 Doors
Category for external controls, Doors
3.1.3.1.3 Fire
Category for external controls, Fire
3.1.3.1.4 Fault
Category for external controls, Fault
3.1.3.1.5 Ventilation
Category for external controls, Ventilation
3.1.3.1.6 Indication
Category for external controls, Indication

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3.1.3.2 Alarm Transfer


Disconnects the supervised output for alarm transfer, normally used in
on-shore installations to alert the fire brigade in case of a fire alarm.
3.1.4 External Device (Bells etc.)
Disconnects outputs for alarm devices, such as audible- (bells etc) and
optical alarm devices.
3.1.5 Alarm Delay
Disconnects the alarm delay function. Alarm delay is normally
activated.
Alarm delay is a programmable delay time between a fire is detected
until the alarm device outputs are activated.
See chapter 2: Disconnections under Alarm delay for more
information.
3.1.6 Test Mode
Possibility to set a zone into test mode. See chapter 3 Installation under
testing for more details.
3.2 Disconnection list
Shows all active disconnections in the system. A periodic disconnection
(3.3) that is not active will not be shown in this list. Reconnection of a
disconnected unit is made from this list. See chapter 2 Operations under
reconnection of disconnected items for more details.
3.2.1 Reconnect
Reconnect the disconnection by pressing the Reset button on the control
panel MN4000.
3.3 Periodic Disconnection list
Shows all periodic disconnections in the system. Removal of periodic
disconnections is made from this list.
3.4 Old Disconnections
A list showing the 150 latest, previously removed, disconnections. This
list also gives the possibility to re-activate an old disconnection again.
This function is very useful if the same disconnection is frequently
needed during irregular time periods. Just mark the appropriate old
disconnection in the list and press 0 to re-activate it.
3.5 Remove all disconnections
Removes all active disconnections shown in the disconnection list (3.2).
Does not remove periodic disconnections (3.3) permanently, just the
active period of the periodic disconnection.
4 Login
Login is made from this menu. Enter the personal access code. For
further details see chapter 2 Operations under login.

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5 Settings
Use this menu to adjust parameters in the system such as dimmer level
on control panel, date and time and alarm delay time. It is also possible
to make a lamp test for the control panel under test display (5.4).
5.1 Set Dimmer
Use this menu to adjust the contrast level on the control panel display
between 1-9.
5.2 Set Time
Use this menu to set the system time.
It is possible synchronize the CS4000 clock with the ship central time.
5.3 Set Date
Use this menu to set the system date.
5.4 Test display
From this menu it is possible to activate a lamp test to verify the correct
function of the alphanumerical display and for all indications on the
control panel.
5.5 Alarm delay time (access level 3)
Use this menu to adjust the programmable alarm delay time between 1
to 10 minutes.
5.6 Keyboard beep
Use this menu to turn the keyboard beep ON or OFF.
5.7 Cause Effect in test mode
Use this menu to turn the Cause/Effect program ON or OFF during test
mode. If set to ON, the outputs will be activated as normal during test
mode.
6 Service menu (access level 4)
Use this menu to list and view information about the system and its
components. It is also possible to make disconnections of the listed
units. The service menu is described in more detail in the separate
manual CS4000 service manual.
6.1 System Details
This menu gives information about the installed system such as name
and reference number (if defined). It also lists when the system was last
configured and by which program.
6.2 System Boards
Use this menu to list and view information about the installed system
PCBs. It is possible to view all details about the boards such as
installed detector loops, program versions installed, status of inputs and
outputs and to print the listed information.

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6.3 Display Units


Use this menu to list information about the installed control and
repeater panels and how they are configured.
6.4 Zones
This menu shows a list of all zones configured in the system. It is
possible to list all loop units in a zone if it consists of addressable loop
units. It is also possible to make disconnections of zones or loop units
and to set a single fire detector in alarm condition.
6.5 Loops
This menu shows a list of all the physical loops installed in the system.
A loop can consist of conventional or addressable fire alarm detectors
or other loop units. It is also possible to make disconnections of entire
loops.
6.6 Reload Configuration
Use this command when a new updated configuration file or
supplementary text file has been downloaded to the CS4000 system.
6.6.1 Load entire configuration
If a new configuration file is downloaded, the system will re-start and
then use the new configuration file.
6.6.2 Load supplementary texts only
The system will update the supplementary text files (no re-start needed).
6.7 Load config from Memory Stick
Download a new configuration file from the Salwico Memory StickI.
6.8 Upload config to Memory Stick
Copy the existing CS4000 configuration file to the Salwico Memory
StickI.
6.9 Save changes to configuration
Use this command to save all changes made to the system configuration
from the control panel.
Note: The changes are not permanently saved in the configuration file
until this command is performed.
6.10 Upload syslog to Memory Stick
Upload a system log with service information to the Salwico Memory
StickI.
This service log can then be sent to Consilium for further technical
assistance.
7 History
Use this menu to view previous events in the fire alarm system.

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7.1 Fire History List


Shows a list of the 200 latest fire alarms in chronological order.
7.2 Fault History List
Shows a list of the 200 latest fault alarms in chronological order.
7.3 Disconnection History List
Shows a list of the 200 latest disconnections in chronological order.
7.4 Common History List
Shows a common list of the 1000 latest pre alarms, fire alarms, fault
alarms, disconnections, warnings and I/O:s in chronological order.
8 Maintenance
Use this menu for monitoring detectors in need of maintenance.
8.1 Lightly Contaminated Detectors
Shows a list of lightly contaminated detectors in the entire system.
8.2 Heavily Contaminated Detectors
Shows a list of heavily contaminated detectors in the entire system.

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Definition of terms
External controls
Alarm device
Disconnection
Panel board, PB
Alarm delay
Alarm transfer output
Zone board, ZB
Loop board, LB3
Base board, BB
Relay board, RB
Power board, PB
Warning
Fault condition
Loop
Zone
Loop unit
MCP
Pre-alarm
Cause/Effect

An output to activate external actions, for example release fire


doors or stop ventilation.
Alarm devices are outputs activated in case of fire, for
example audible or optical alarms such as bells, sirens and
flashlights.
A disconnection of a system component such as a zone or a
detector. Prevents fire alarms, fault alarms or control actions
from that unit.
This is the control panel with alphanumerical display.
A delay before activating alarm device outputs when a fire is
detected. Normally set to 2 minutes (the delay is
programmable).
Supervised output indicating that there is at least one fire
alarm in system. Normally used to alert the fire brigade in
onshore installations.
Zone board for connection of max 16 conventional detector
loops This board can also be used as 16 input/outputs.
Loop board for connection of 3 addressable detector loops.
Base board is the centre of the central with basic in and
outputs. It controls the system communication etc.
Optional board with 8 programmable relay contacts.
Power supply board.
A disturbance in the system not as dangerous as a fault
condition. This can for instance be a dirty detector or an open
door to a central.
A signal that is given by the control panel in the event of a
fault in the system or on one of its components.
A common name for the cable, detectors and manual call
points that are connected with the fire alarm central.
A group of addressable loop units or an entire conventional
zone.
Units located on the detector loop such as detectors, manual
call points or short circuit isolators.
Manual call point. An external fire alarm button. Creates a fire
alarm when activated.
A condition in which the detector senses a certain amount of
danger, but the level of the detected state is not enough to
cause a fire alarm.
The Cause/Effect program defines how the in- and outputs of
the system should react.

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CS4000 System data


Supply voltage (other supply voltage is optional)

230 VAC

Internal system voltage

27 VDC

Number of detectors on one central

Max 512 (max according


to EN54 regulations)

Number of detectors in one addressable detector loop

Max 254

No. of detectors on a conventional loop.

Max 50

No. of addressable detector loops on loop board, LB3.

No. of conventional detector sections per zone board, ZB

16

No. of Loop/ Zone Boards in one central

Max 3

No. of output boards in one central

Max 4

No. of control panels MX4000 / repeaters MN4000 in one central

Max 4

No. of mini-repeaters MN3000 in one central

Max 15
Incl. MX4000 / MN4000

No. of zones in a system

1-65535

Cable length of a detection circuit. See further cable


requirements in CS4000 installation manual.

Max 2 000m unshielded


cable

Min. loop cable requirements

2 x 0,3 mm2 unshielded

Communication parameters for the external system channel

RS485, 19200 Baud,


Odd parity, 8 data bits

Communication parameters for the detector loops

FSK keying

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CS4000 System : EN54 functions


Optional functions with requirements
The following optional functions with requirements are available in
the CS4000 system:
Paragraph
7.8
7.9
7.10
7.11
7.12
8.3
9.5
10

Function description
Output to alarm devices (Item C)
Output to fire alarm routing equipment (Item E)
Output to fire protection equipment (Item G)
Delays to outputs (Item C+E)
Co-incidence detection (Item C+E+G)
Fault signals from points
Disablement of addressable points
Test condition
The paragraphs above refer to EN54:2:1997/AC:1999.

Functions relating to other parts of the EN54 standard


The system includes an integrated power supply that fulfils all
mandatory functions of EN54:4.

Ancillary functions not required by EN54

Earth failure
CS4000 has capability to indicate earth failure individually per fire
detection loop and power supply.
Control panel, CU
It is possible to mount the control unit separately from the central
panel.
See block diagram in CS4000 Installation manual, chapter 1.

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Chapter 2: Operations
Access levels
To prevent un-authorized operation of the system there are access
levels to protect the different functions of the CS4000. The user has to
login to the system or unlock the lock (mainly industrial applications)
before any vital operations can be performed. Without access to an
authorization code or a key the user can only view fire and fault alarms
and mute the local buzzer.
In industrial applications, access level 1 is the basic level. Open the
lock to go to access level 2. The system automatically returns to access
level 1when the lock is locked or after 30 minutes of inactivity.
In marine applications, access level 2 is the basic level. These
applications do not have a lock. The system automatically returns to
access level 2 after 30 minutes of inactivity.
There are five different access levels:
Access level
1
2
2B
3
4

Procedure to enter level


None, door is closed or lock is
locked.
Open door or unlock the lock.
Open door and enter access code
for level 2B via menu/login.
Open door and enter access code
for level 3 via menu/login.
Open door and enter access code
for level 4 via menu/login.

Description of user
General public, safety personnel
(not available for marine applications)
Personnel trained and authorized to operate
the system in case of fire or maintenance.
Disconnections not possible.
Personnel trained and authorized to operate
the system in case of fire or maintenance.
Personnel trained and authorized to make
changes to the configured system.
Only authorized service personnel trained by
Consilium.

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Description of the access levels


Access level 1
Only viewing of fire or fault alarms. Fire alarms have priority over
fault alarms. Possibility to mute local buzzer.
Access level 2
As level 1 + access to the menu system. List status. Reset and muting
of alarms.
Access level 2B
As level 2 + make disconnections.
Access level 3
As level 2B + possibility to make changes to the configured system.
Access level 4
All functions available, including advanced service options.

Login
Press Menu from level 1 or go to Menu/ 4 login/ 1 login and enter the
four-digit access code for the desired access level. The system will
acknowledge if the correct code is entered.
Entering the system with the key gives direct access to level 2.
The default access codes are:
Level 2B
2222
Level 3
3333

Pre-alarm
The CS4000 is equipped with the function Pre-alarm that will give an
early alarm to a slow raise of the fire condition, for example a
smouldering fire. The Pre-alarm level is lower than the ordinary fire
alarm level.
A pre-alarm will activate the local buzzer and the indication Prealarm will be lit on the control unit. The pre-alarm will also be added
to the pre-alarm list found under:
Menu/ 2 Fire Alarms/ 2 Pre-Alarm List.
It is only possible to mute a pre-alarm, not reset. It will remain in the
pre-alarm list until the fire condition is under or over (fire alarm) the
level for pre-alarm.
The pre-alarm will normally not activate any alarm devices or external
outputs.

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Fire alarm
When Fire is flashing

FAULT

FIRE

DISC.

Power
Test

FIRE ALARM 1(2)

Menu

15.53

Alarm Transfer

1 FIRE ZONE 2 MCP 23

Alarm Device
Alarm Delay

Home

Disc.

' '

ABC

DEF

JKL

MNO

GHI

Galley deck 4
2 FIRE ZONE 1 SMOKE 206
Caf Panorama deck 14

Zone/Unit
System Fault
Warning

PQRS

TUV

WXYZ

OK

Pre-Alarm

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RESET=Reset item, MUTE=Mute, OK=Details
0=Disconnect 1=Print item 2=Print all

F1

OK
F2
F3

Mute

Next

Reset

A fire alarm is detected in the system.

Information displayed
The following information is displayed in the Control Panel:
Number of alarm(s)
Zone in alarm
Type of unit in alarm
Address number of unit in alarm (only for addressable loop)
Supplementary text 1 (if defined)
Press OK to view more details:
Time of alarm
Date of alarm
Supplementary text 2 about location of detector (if defined)

Mute
The MUTE button has different function depending on the current
access level.
Access level 1
Pressing MUTE causes the internal buzzer to silence.
Access level 2 or higher

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Pressing MUTE causes the internal buzzer and all external alarms to
silence and mutes the fire alarm indication.
When the alarm is muted the fire indication stops flashing and turn
over to steady light.
Press OK for more details.

Reset
Press RESET to reset the fire alarm.
Alarms cannot be reset if the fire condition remains.

Several alarms
If there is more than one fire alarm in the system, the red LED
indicators above the NEXT button are activated.
The first and last fire alarms are always displayed in the control panel.
Scroll through the different fire alarms with the NEXT button or
UP/DOWN arrows.
Reset and mute as above.

Type of fire alarms from conventional zones


The CS4000 will display whether a detector or a manual call point
generates the fire alarm. If two or more detectors are activated in the
same zone, the fire alarm will be presented as:
manual call point/multiple detectors.

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Fault indications
When Fault is flashing

FAULT

FIRE

DISC.

Power
Test
Alarm Transfer

Menu

FAULT ALARM 1(1)


18.53
_______________________________________________

1 LOOP ANALOGUE 3 CABLE BREAK


POSITIVE XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXf
Loop 3 on LB3 2XXXXXXXXXXXXM

Alarm Device
Alarm Delay

Zone/Unit
System Fault
Warning

Home

Disc.

' '

ABC

DEF

GHI

JKL

MNO

PQRS

TUV

WXYZ

OK

Pre-Alarm

_______________________________________________
RESET=Reset current entry, MUTE=Mute all
OK D il 1 P i i
2 P i ll

F1

OK
F2
F3

Mute

Next

Reset

A fault is detected in the system.

Information displayed
The following information is displayed in the control unit:
Number of fault(s) (i.e. how many faults are detected)
Type of fault
Identification of the faulty unit
Supplementary text for the faulty unit (if defined)
Press OK for more details:
Time when fault occurred
Date when fault occurred
Supplementary text about location of fault (if defined)

Mute
Press MUTE to silence internal buzzer and mute all faults in list.
Press OK for more details.

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Reset
All faults in the system are shown in the fault list.
Reset a fault:
1. Go to the fault list under: Menu/ 1 Fault Alarms/ 1 Fault List
2. Choose the fault in the fault list and then press RESET to reset
the fault alarm.
If the cause of the fault alarm remains the alarm cannot be reset.
Check the problem and deal with it. Then try to reset the fault again.

Reset all faults:


1. Go to: Menu/ 1 Fault Alarms/ 3 Reset All Faults
2. Press OK

Fault messages
If a fault occurs in the system it will be displayed at the control panel
with information about which part of the system that is faulty and also
a short description of the fault.
See Appendix A: Fault codes & Fuses for a list of all fault messages.

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Disconnections
It is possible to disconnect different parts of the system, such as:
zones, detectors, manual call points, section units, alarm devices,
external control devices and loops. All disconnections are placed in a
disconnection list. The yellow indication DISC. is lit on the control
unit when the first disconnection is defined in the system and remains
lit until all disconnections are reconnected.
To be able to make a disconnection you must enter access level 2B or
higher.
WARNING! When a fire detector or zone is disconnected the fire
alarm system will not be able to detect any occurring fire in that area.
It is therefore important that disconnections are minimized in terms of
quantity of disconnected units and duration of time.
For example if dual detectors heat/smoke are installed it is possible to
disconnect only the smoke detection part of the detector and keep the
heat detecting part active or vice versa.

Disconnections available
There are four different disconnections available:
Permanent disconnection
The disconnection is permanent until it is manually reconnected.
Note: It is possible to limit the disconnection time by defining a
maximal disconnection time in the configuration program.
Timer disconnection
Disconnection is instant and lasts for the time period entered (hh:mm).
Maximum disconnection time is 23h 59m.
Clock disconnection
Enter reconnection time. Disconnection is instant and the reconnection
will take place next time the entered time occurs. Maximum
disconnection time is 23h 59m.
Periodic disconnection
A disconnection for a certain time period during certain days of the
week. Example: Disconnect zone 1 each Tuesday and Friday
between 7.00 17.00.

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Acknowledgement of a new disconnection


After entering a new disconnection correctly, an acknowledgement is
presented on the control panel. The new disconnection is also added in
the disconnection list under:
Menu/ 3 Disconnections/ 2 Disconnection list

Disconnecting zones
(access level 2B or higher)
Disconnections are made under: Menu/ 3 Disconnections/ 1 New
disconnection

Step 1
Choose Zone
Zone number

Step 1
Choose Zone
Zone number

To disconnect a conventional zone, follow the basic system


below:
Step 2
Step 3
Choose disconnection type
Enter time
Permanent
Timer
X
Clock
X
To disconnect an addressable zone, follow the basic system
below:
Step 2
Step 3
Step 4
Choose detector type
Choose disconnection type Enter time
Smoke
Permanent
All
Timer
X
Heat
Clock
X
Flame
Periodic
X
Manual Call Points
Example:
You want to disconnect zone 3 each Monday and Tuesday between
06.00-18.30.
1. Enter the disconnections menu either by pressing the shortcut
button Disc. or press Menu and choose 3 Disconnections by
pressing 3 and then press OK.
(Be sure to have access level 2B or higher)
2. Choose 1 New disconnection
3. Choose 1 Disconnect Zone
4. Enter the zone number 3, then press OK
5. For addressable loops: Choose 2 All Detectors (manual call
points will remain active), then press OK
6. Choose 4 Periodic disconnection

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7. Enter disconnection time 06001830, then press OK.


8. Disable all weekdays except Monday and Tuesday by pressing
the number for each weekday (i.e. 34567), then press OK
Note: Periodic disconnection is only for addressable zones.

Disconnecting addressable detectors


(access level 2B or higher)
Disconnecting individual detectors is only possible on addressable
loops.
Disconnections of detectors are made under*:
Menu/ 3 Disconnections/ 1 New disconnection/ 2 Detectors & Manual
Call Points

Step 1
Choose
zone
Zone
number

To disconnect an addressable detector, follow the basic system


below:
Step 2
Step 3
Step 4
Step 5
Choose
Choose
Choose
Enter time
detector type detector address (or
disconnection type
interval)
Smoke
Address number(s)
Permanent
All
Heat
Flame
Manual Call
Point

Timer
Clock
Periodic

X
X
X

*It is also possible to disconnect detectors from the Fire List.

Disconnecting alarm devices (bells etc)


(Access level 2B or higher)
Disconnections of alarm devices is done under:
Menu/ 3 Disconnections/ 1 New disconn./ 4 External Alarm/ 1 Alarm
Device (Bells etc.)

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Alarm delay
(Access level 2B or higher)
Alarm delay function is normally activated, and will delay the
activation of alarm devices in case of an alarm. The delay time is
programmable and normally set to two minutes.
The alarm delay function may be disconnected under:
Menu/ 3 Disconnections/ 1 New disconn./ 5 Alarm Delay
Setting delay time is done under:
Menu/ 5 Settings/ 5 Alarm Delay Times/ 1 Alarm Delay Time 1 (mute)

Disconnecting external outputs (for example fans, fire


doors etc)
(Access level 2B or higher)
1. Select: Menu/ 3 Disconnections/ 1 New disconn./ 3 External
Controls/ 1 External Controls
2. Select an output category to be disconnected
(general = all categories).
3. Press OK.

Disconnection of alarm transfer output


(Access level 2B or higher)
Disconnection of the alarm transfer (fire brigade) output is done
under:
Menu/ 3 Disconnections/ 1 New disconn./ 3 External Controls/ 2
Alarm Transfer

Reconnection of disconnected items


All disconnections in the system are shown in the disconnection list.
Any reconnection is made from this list.
1. Go to Menu/ 3 Disconnections/ 2 Disconnection list.
2. Choose the disconnection you want to reconnect.
3. Press Reset button

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Service menu (access level 4)


The Service menu is used for configuration of the system in the
commissioning phase, as well as for troubleshooting and small updates when
the system is in operation. The menu has functions for downloading and
uploading information from/to the Salwico Memory Stick.
The service menu screen displays a list of the 10 service menu alternatives,
described on the following pages. The alternatives are reached by pressing
the corresponding number on the numerical keypad, or by selecting the
desired alternative with the arrow buttons and pressing the OK button.

SERVICE

1 System Details
2 System Boards
3 Display Units
4 Zones
5 Loops
6 Reload Configuration
7 Load config from Memory Stick
8 Upload config from Memory Stick
9 Save changes to configuration
10 Upload syslog to Memory Stick

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>
>
>
>
>
>
>
>
>
>

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Select a menu with 0-9 (or arrows + OK)

Service menu screen


Please see separate manual CS4000 Service manual for detailed
information about the service menu.

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Chapter 3: Installation
Electrical connection
This chapter will give some brief information about installation. For
more information, please refer to CS4000 installation manual.

Description of CS4000 PCBs


The CS4000 system is based on the following standard PCBs:
Panel Board, PB
This board, together with an alphanumerical display, forms the control
panel.
Base Board, BB
Base board with the basic in and outputs, system communication etc.
Loop Board, LB3
Connection board for up to 3 addressable analogue detector loops
Zone board, ZB
Connection board for up to 16 conventional detector zones.
This board can also be used as 16 input/outputs.
Output Board, OB
Optional board with 8 programmable relay contacts.
Rectifier Board, RB
Power supply board.
USB expansion board
Optional board (piggyback on base board) with USB and serial
communication possibilities.
Ethernet board
Optional board (piggyback on base board) with Ethernet
communication possibilities.
IPLC board
Optional connection board for 1 addressable detector loop via
Ethernet interface.

See datasheet for respectively board for full information.

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Connection
Since all CS4000 systems are customer designed no standard exists for
how the different PCBs are to be connected in the system. However,
in the figure below you will find an example with one board of each
type showing the connection terminals.

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Testing
After installation of the fire alarm system the different parts of the
system shall be tested to assure correct function. The CS4000 has a
special test mode, which makes the testing easier.
When a zone is in test mode it will:
Not activate any external alarm devices or controls in case of a
fire (this function can be turned off).
The alarm level is lowered to give quick response to test gas.
Detectors and manual call points in the zone will blink.
Each tested detector and manual call point will indicate
activation with a red LED.
The units in alarm are automatically reset when the heat or
smoke concentration is under the alarm level or if the manual
call point is reset.
Fire alarms from zones not in test mode will be handled normally by
the system.
Note: The tested zone will automatically return to normal operation
after two hours.

Test a fire-detecting zone


Put the zone into test mode under: Menu/3 Disconnections/1 New
disconn./ 5 Test Mode
Enter the zone number and confirm with OK button
The indications DISC., Test and Zone/Unit will be lit to confirm the
test mode.
It is now safe to test each detector, manual call point etc in this fire
zone during two hours. Use suitable testing equipment.
All alarms will be listed under: Menu/7 History/1 Fire History List

Reset test mode


After testing it is important to return the tested zone into normal
condition again. Make sure that there is no detectors or manual call
points still in alarm before leaving test mode.
The zones in test mode are listed in the disconnection list, found under:
Menu/3 Disconnections /2 Disconnection list.
Choose the zone in the disconnection list and then press RESET.

Test the control unit display


It is possible to test the alphanumerical display, all indications on the
control panel and the local buzzer with the function Test display,
found under: Menu/5 Settings/4 Test display.

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Appendix A: Fault codes & Fuses


Fault list
Listed below are all fault codes, their causes and how an operator with some
knowledge of the system can solve the problem.

128

Fault code

Cause

Remedy

NO ANSWER

Wrong type of loop unit


Two loop units have the
same address
Hardware fault
A fuse is blown (a
secondary fault appears)
Cable break in a detector or
system loop (a secondary
fault appears)
The detector has a faulty
sensor element.
The smoke detector is
exposed to wind
The detector has a dirty
sensor element

Exchange to the correct loop unit


Check the units

Lost communication. The


system has recognized a unit
but lost contact with it due to
some interference.

129

SENSOR FAULT

130

DIRTY SENSOR

131

TOO FEW FOUND

132

TOO MANY FOUND

133

IN1 CABLE BREAK

134

IN2 CABLE BREAK

135

EXT 24V FAIL

136

FEEDBACK FAULT

137

POSITION FAULT

138

LOOP CABLE SHORT

139

LOOP CABLE A SHORT

140

LOOP CABLE B SHORT

141

CABLE BREAK POSITIVE

Fewer loop units found than


configured
Loop units not correctly
installed
Missing answer from a unit
More loop units found than
configured
There is a cable break on
input 1
There is a cable break on
input 2
External 24V power source
missing.
External load is missing.
A supervised unit (for
example a door or damper)
is in the wrong position.
A short circuit in the
detector loop cable.
Short circuit on the A-side
of a detector loop.
Short circuit on the B-side
of a detector loop
A cable break on the
positive conductor has been
detected.

Exchange the unit


Exchange the fuse
Mend the cable
Exchange unit
Take care of wind problem
Try to clean the detector with a vacuum
cleaner or by blowing high-pressure air on
it. If this does not help, exchange the
detector.
Ion smoke detector: Exchange the detector
Check the specification and re-define the
system
Connect the unit correctly
Check address (possible double address).
Otherwise exchange the unit.
Check the specification and re-define the
system
Mend the cable break
Mend the cable break
The local power supply is defect.
Check the cable and the external load.
Check for obstructions.
Locate the short circuit and fix it.
Locate the short circuit and fix it.
Locate the short circuit and fix it.
Locate the cable break and mend it.

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CABLE BREAK NEGATIVE

143

COMMUNICATION ERROR
The communication with a unit
is deficient.

144

WRONG TYPE OF UNIT

145

UNKNOWN TYPE OF UNIT


The type of unit specified is
unknown to the system.

146

TIMER STUCK

148

DOUBLE ADDRESS

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A cable break on the


negative conductor has been
detected.
Two units have the same
address.
Loop unit faulty.
Interference
The type of unit specified is
different from the type
found or configured.
Unit faulty
Wrong type of detector has
been installed

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Locate the cable break and mend it.


Check the loop unit addresses
Exchange the unit.
Locate interference and deal with it.
Check the specification and change
definition or the unit.
Exchange the unit
Install the correct type and restart the loop.
Check the unit.

CABLE SHORT

The timer has been activated


too long.
Two units sharing the same
address
Short circuit on cable.

150

VALVE CLOSED

The valve is closed.

Open the valve

151

153

CONFIGURED NOT
PRESENT
PRESENT NOT
CONFIGURED
HIGH CURRENT ON LOOP

Unit is configured but not


present.
Unit is present but not
configured.
There is high current in the
loop cable.

154

LOOP POWER LOSS

The loop voltage is missing.

Add the unit or change the system


configuration.
Remove the unit or change the system
configuration.
Check if there is to many units connected to
the loop. Compare with the loop
limitations.
Exchange the loop board.

155

EARTH FAULT POSITIVE

Locate the earth fault and fix it.

156

EARTH FAULT NEGATIVE

157

FUSE FAULT

Too low impedance on


positive conductor.
Too low impedance on
negative conductor.
A fuse is defective.

158

BATTERY FUSE FAULT

Replace fuse or mend the cable.

159

CABLE BREAK

160

CABLE OVERLOAD

161

POWER FAULT

162
163

EMERGENCY POWER
FAULT
BATTERY FAULT

A battery fuse has blown or


a cable break.
A cable break has been
detected.
Too high current on an
output.
The main power supply is
lost.
Emergency power is lost.
A bad battery is detected.

164

CHARGING LOSS

Charge the battery. If the fault remains then


replace the battery.
Replace the battery charger.

165

EXTERNAL FAULT

166

EARTH DETECTION
FAULT
CHECKSUM EEP

152

167

The battery charger is


unable to charge the battery.
External equipment has
indicated fault.
Unable to detect earth fault.
Incorrect EPROM
checksum.

Change one of the addresses.


Locate the short circuit and fix it.

Locate the earth fault and fix it.


Replace the fuse.

Mend the cable.


Check external loads.
Check the main power supply.
Check the emergency power supply.

Check the external equipment.


Replace the earth fault circuit.
Contact our service department.

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168

RESTARTED

Something has restarted.

169

TOO LONG BOOT

170

EXTERNAL LOAD ON LINE

171
172

EXTERNAL SOURCE ON
LINE
LOW POWER SUPPLY IN1

173

LOW POWER SUPPLY IN2

174

LOW POWER SUPPLY


LOCAL

175

LOW POWER SUPPLY

176

SYSTEM CONF FAULT

177

LOW PRESSURE

178

ACTUATOR 1

179

ACTUATOR 2

180

MAINS POWER

181
209

INTERNAL FAULT
WRONG TYPE OF UNIT
DEFINED

210

ERROR IN
CAUSE&EFFECT
DEFINITIONS
ILLEGAL

Exceeded the maximal


allowed boot time.
There is a too high external
load on a conventional zone.
Feeding voltage detected on
a conventional zone.
Low voltage on the primary
24VDC power supply to the
internal PCBS.
Low voltage on the
secondary 24VDC power
supply to the internal
PCBS.
Too low voltage on the
3.3V/5V feeding to the
internal circuit boards.
Too low incoming 24VDC
supply to the internal circuit
boards.
The configuration file is
corrupt.
An error has occurred
during downloading of the
configuration file.
External equipment
indicates low pressure.
Missing feedback from
actuator 1
Missing feedback from
actuator 2.
The main power supply is
lost
Internal system fault
The type of unit found is
different from the type
configured.
Fault detected in the
configuration.

255

Internal system error.

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If it happens repeatedly, contact our service


department.
If it happens repeatedly, contact our service
department.
Locate the load and deal with it.
Locate the source and remove it.
Check the power supply.
Check the power supply.

Contact our service department.


Check the power supply
Check the configuration file and reconfigure the system.
Re-configure the system. If the fault
remains, contact our service dept.
Check the pressure on the supervised unit.
Check cables to actuator 1. If the cables are
OK, change the actuator.
Check cables to actuator 2. If the cables are
OK, change the actuator.
Check the main power supply
Contact our service department
Change the unit or the system
configuration.
Check the configuration.
Contact our service department.

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Fuses
If a fuse is defective in the system a fault will be displayed at the control units.
Locate and replace the fuse with the information below.

Fuse list
Location

Fuse

Fuse rating

Base board
Base board
Base board
Base board
Rectifier board
Rectifier board
Rectifier board
Rectifier board
Rectifier board
Rectifier board
Rectifier board
Rectifier board

F1: Alarm bell output


F2: Alarm bell output
F3: Alarm bell output
F4: Alarm bell output
F3: To transformer
F4: To transformer
F5: To external 230VAC
F6: To external 230VAC
F8: Battery
F9: Battery
F10: From transformer
F11: From transformer

1 AT
1 AT
1 AT
1 AT
3.15 AF
3.15 AF
3.15 AF
3.15 AF
4 AF
4 AF
6.3 AF
6.3 AF

Fuse type: 5x20 mm

Fuse locations on base board, BB.

Fuse locations on rectifier board, RB.

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Appendix B: Quick guide*

Appendix B: Quick guide*


FAULT

FIRE

DISC.

Menu

Power
Test
Alarm Transfer

Home

' '

ABC

Disc.

3
DEF

Alarm Device
Alarm Delay

GHI

JKL

MNO

Zone/Unit
System Fault
Warning

PQRS

TUV

WXYZ

OK

Pre-Alarm

F1

OK
F2
F3

Mute

Next

Reset

Fire alarm
Accept a fire alarm & silence buzzer:

Press

Mute

Reset a fire alarm:

Press

Reset

Accept a fault alarm & silence buzzer:

Press

Mute

Reset a fault:

1. Press Menu
2. Select: Fault alarmsFault list
3. Select actual fault and press Reset

Fault alarm

Disconnections
Disconnect a zone

1. Press Disc.
2. Select: New disconnection (access level 2B)
3. Select zone. Press OK to confirm.
4. Select type of detector. Press OK to confirm.
5. Select type of disconnection. Press OK to confirm.
The Disc. indication is illuminated.

Disconnect detector/manual call point

1. Press Disc.
2. Select: New disconnection (access level 2B)
3. Select: Detectors & manual call points
4. Enter type, zone and address of detector(s)
5. Choose disconnection type. Press OK to confirm.
The Disc. indication is illuminated.

Reconnect item

1. Press Disc.
2. Select: Disconnection list
3. Select disconnection and press

Reset

General operation
The arrow keys are used to navigate in the menus and select different menu alternatives.
Shows the previous item in the list. If the
first item is displayed it will go to the last

Go to previous
i

OK

Select the chosen menu


alternative.

Shows next item in the list. If the last


item is displayed it will go to the first

*A copy of this page may be placed at the fire alarm control panel

Local service contact:


Company:
Tel:
E-mail:

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Appendix C: Display analogue values of a loop unit

Appendix C: Display analogue values of a loop unit


The analogue value of a loop unit can be displayed on the panel board.
This information can be useful to see the condition of a loop unit.
To get a list of loop units go to: Menu/ 6 Service menu/ 4 Zones
Choose a zone and confirm with 2 Loop unit. Choose a loop unit and
confirm with OK button.
The analogue values of a selected loop unit are now read and shown on
the display.
The analogue values depend on the type of loop unit and the status of the detector. Use the
table below to determine the status of each unit.
Analogue values for detectors and manual call points
Loop Unit

Analogue values

Name

ID

No

Type

Normal *

Alarm

Fault

NS-AOS
NS-AOS-IS

226

Smoke

60-100

>(Normal + 60)

Heat

<5 or not
responding to
test

194 (CS3000
type) else 234

Smoke

60-100

Heat

90-100
(21-23C)

> (Normal +
60),
temp. dependent

<5 or not
responding to
test

225

Smoke

50-100

> (Normal +75)

<5 or not
responding to
test

NS-AIHS

195 (CS3000
type) else 233

Smoke

50-100

> (Normal +
75),
temp. dependent

<5 or not
responding to
test

NS-AUV

194 (CS3000
type) else 232

UV

5-23

131

<3

NS-AH/CS

230

Heat

90-100
(21-23C)

222 (87C)

<5

NS-AH/A1S

228

Heat

90-100
(21-23C)

179 (56C)

<5

Smoke

20-87

165

Heat

90 5%
at 25C

178

NS-AOHS
NS-AOHS-IS

NS-AIS

IA-130

Channel

The normal value depends on the environment. The system indicates on the display when there is a
fault on a detector.

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NS-ACP,
NS-ACWP

227

Callp.

36 5%
at 25C

180

LK-2/-2K

64

Callp.

127 5%
at 25C

150

OA-120

15

Smoke

20-100

170

Sub.L

>15

Smoke

20-100

170

Heat

178

Sub.L

90 5%
at 25C

OA-130

16

>15
RDJ-2

Smoke

21 - 45

96

RDJ-2T

10

Smoke

21 - 45

96

Heat

90 5%
at 25C

178

RDO-2

14

Smoke

40 10

102

SID-38

Smoke

10 - 41

85

SID-38T

0
1

Smoke
Heat

10 - 41
90 5%
at 25C

85
178

6
6

TDT-2

18

Heat

90 5%
at 25C

178

TDT-2/RoR

19

Heat

90 5%
at 25C

(223)

TDT-2K

20

Heat

90 5%
at 25C

178

TDT-2K/RoR

21

Heat

90 5%
at 25C

(223)

TDT-2/80

26

Heat

90 5% at
25C

213

TDT-2/RoR,57

27

Heat

90 5% at
25C

(178)

TDT-2K/80

28

Heat

90 5% at
25C

213

TDT2K/RoR,57

29

Heat

90 5% at
25C

(178)

If you want to connect a unit that you can not find in this table, please contact our service
department.
NB!
The value within brackets indicates the maximum alarm
level for rate of rise detectors. The detector may generate a fire alarm
before it reaches the maximum alarm level if the temperature rise is to fast.
The fire alarm condition is generated by signal processed data.

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Address units type AE

Address units make conventional digital detectors and other digital


signals addressable and compatible with the CS4000 system. The
type of connected device is set with the ID switch, see table below.
Analogue values for address unit type AE
Address unit

Channel

Analogue values

Name

ID

No.

Normal

Alarm

Fault

Heat detector

127

15 - 32

-/84

Intrinsically safe detectors,


using AE-2K/I and ES-2K
in combination

99

15 - 32

-/84

Sprinkler, carbon dioxide

125

15 - 32

-/84

Sprinkler, foam

121

15 - 32

-/84

Sprinkler, halon

107

15 - 32

-/84

Sprinkler, water

126

15 - 32

-/84

UV flame detector

119

15 - 32

-/84

Optical smoke detector

111

15 - 32

84

Fire alarm from central

114

15 - 32

84

Manual call point

116

15 - 32

84

Heat detector , constant


voltage on sub-loop

118

Door indicating unit

117

IR flame detector

123

15 - 32

84

Analogue values for address unit type NS-AIN


Address unit
Name

Type of

Analogue values

ID

NS-AIN

Normal

Alarm

Fault

Sprinkler

AIN2

32 - 96

> 96

0 - 32

Intrinsically safe unit

AIN1

32 - 96

> 96

0 - 32

Detector

AIN1

32 - 96

> 96

0 - 32

Conventional detectors

AIN2

32 - 96

> 96

0 - 32

Intrinsically safe unit


(industry)

AIN1

32 - 96

> 96

0 - 32

Detector (industry)

AIN1

32 - 96

> 96

0 - 32

Sprinkler & valve

AIN2

32 - 96

> 96

0 - 32

Indication

AIN2

32 - 96

> 96

0 - 32

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Analogue values for other loop units


Loop Unit

Channel

Analogue values

Name

ID

No

Function

Normal

Activated

KS-2/-2K

240

Short circuit

26

UR-2K

233

Timer

85

UR-2KN

232

0
1

Timer
Key

0
0

85
85