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MX RANGE OF ADDRESSABLE FIRE CONTROLLERS


INSTALLATION AND COMMISSIONING INSTRUCTIONS
LIST OF CONTENTS
1. GENERAL INFORMATION 3 2.4.4 INSTALLATION OF ANCILLARIES INTO
1.1 INTRODUCTION 3 MX2 EXPANSION HOUSING 34
1.2 SITING THE EQUIPMENT 3 2.5 AUXILIARY DISPLAY DEVICES 34
1.3 MOUNTING REQUIREMENTS 3 2.5.1 GENERAL 34
1.4 CABLING 19 2.5.2 LOCAL PRINTER 34
1.4.1 CABLE REQUIREMENTS 19 2.5.3 CONFIGURATION PC/MODEM 34
1.4.2 CABLE TYPES 19 2.5.4 REMOTE PRINTERS 34
1.4.3 EARTHING MX1000/4000 19 2.5.5 REPEATERS 35
1.4.4 EARTHING T2000 20 2.6 SYSTEM CONFIGURATION 37
1.4.5 ADDRESSABLE CIRCUIT CABLES 20 2.6.1 GENERAL 37
1.5 MAINS SUPPLY 20 2.6.2 CENTRAL PROCESSOR UNIT 37
1.6 INSTALLATION PROCEDURE 21 2.6.3 MPM800 MULTI-PURPOSE
1.6.1 PREPARING THE MX/T2000 HOUSING 21 I/F MODULES 37
1.6.2 PREPARING THE MX2 HOUSING 21 2.6.4 XIOM800 EXPANSION INPUT/OUTPUT
1.6.3 PREPARING THE MX2 EXPANSION MODULES 38
BOX HOUSING 22 2.6.5 XIOM CONFIGURATION 39
1.6.4 PREPARING THE MX BLACK 2.6.6 IOB800 STANDARD 8IN/8OUT
BOX PANEL 22 EXPANSION BOARD 40
1.6.5 MOUNTING THE HOUSINGS 2.6.7 IOB800 CONFIGURATION 42
(EXCEPT T2000 AND MX BLACK 2.7 SYSTEM COMMISSIONING 42
BOX PANEL) 22 2.7.1 GENERAL 42
1.6.6 MOUNTING T2000 HOUSING 23 2.7.2 MODULE (DEVICE) CONNECTION 42
1.6.7 MOUNTING THE MX BLACK 2.7.3 ADDRESS SETTING 42
BOX PANEL 23 2.7.4 LOOP, ZONE AND ADDRESS
1.6.8 MOUNTING THE ANC-8 ANCILLARY IDENTIFICATION FOR DEVICES 42
HOUSING 18 2.8 COMMISSIONING COMPLETION 44
1.6.9 MOUNTING THE MX2 EXPANSION 2.8.1 MX/T2000CONTROLLER
BOX HOUSING 24 COMMISSIONING 44
1.6.10 MOUNTING OTHER EQUIPMENT 25 2.8.2 MX 4-LOOP CONTROLLER WITH
1.6.11 CABLING 25 PSB800K POWER EXPANSION KIT 44
1.7 INSULATION AND CIRCUIT TESTS 25 2.8.3 MX2 WITH LOOP POWER
1.7.1 INSULATION TESTS 25 EXPANSION KIT 45
1.7.2 CIRCUIT TESTS 25 2.8.4 MX2 CONTROLLER COMMISSIONING 46
1.8 FINISHING OFF 26 2.8.5 DOWNLOADING CONFIGURATION
DATA 46
2.8.6 AUTOCONFIGURATION 47
2. COMMISSIONING 27 2.8.7 PRINTER COMMISSIONING 47
2.1 GENERAL INFORMATION 27 2.9 DEVICE COMMISSIONING 47
2.1.1 WARNINGS AND CAUTIONS 27 2.9.1 INTRODUCTION 47
2.1.2 MAINS ISOLATORS 27 2.9.2 ENTERING ACCESS CODES 47
2.2 EQUIPMENT REQUIRED 27 2.9.3 COMMISSIONING PROCEDURE 47
2.3 COMMISSIONING PROCEDURE 27 2.10 COMPLETION AND HANDOVER TO
2.4 PREPARATION FOR COMMISSIONING 28 CUSTOMER 52
2.4.1 HOUSINGS 28 2.10.1 DATE/TIME SETTING 52
2.4.2 CIRCUIT WIRING 32 2.10.2 TESTING THE SYSTEM 52
2.4.3 INSTALLATION OF ANCILLARIES 2.10.3 TESTING ALARMS 52
INTO ANC-8 HOUSING 33

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2.10.4 TESTING FAULTS 52


2.10.5 HANDOVER PROCEDURE 52

3. ORDERING INFORMATION 53

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1. GENERAL INFORMATION 1.2 SITING THE EQUIPMENT

1.1 INTRODUCTION All equipment must be sited and installed as detailed in the
specification and/or drawings for the system. To ensure
This document describes the procedures for installing and reliability and integrity, good installation practice such as
commissioning an ‘MX’ Addressable Fire Control system. that laid down in the I.E.E. ‘Regulations for Electrical
Installations’ should be followed.
The ‘MX/MX2/T2000’ addressable fire controllers and
ancillaries form a fire detection system, where applicable,
the installation should conform to either:
1.3 MOUNTING REQUIREMENTS
• British Standard BS 5839 Part 1 (1988)
The MX/MX2/T2000 controllers are supplied as complete
‘Fire Detection and Alarm Systems in
Buildings - Code of Practice for System items. Circuit boards and modules for MX1000/MX4000
Design, Installation and Servicing’. are fitted to a chassis plate which is mounted in the
controller housing. Circuit boards and modules for the
or: T2000 are fitted to the backbox.
• S.O.L.A.S. and Marine Classification Rules The MX/T2000 controllers consist of two housings,
and Regulations for a T2000 controller. according to system requirements, which are normally
mounted one above the other.

The majority of the instructions given in this document are The MX2 consists of a single housing.
common to all the controllers in the range, any differences Only the housings for the controllers and battery boxes are
being outlined as appropriate. fitted at this stage, with the other items being fitted into the
Installation of an ‘MX/MX2/T2000’ fire controller system housings during commissioning.
comprises the following: Ensure that the position in which the controller is to be fitted
• Preparing the controller/battery/repeater allows adequate clearance for cables and for opening the
front cover assembly (which is hinged on the right and
housings for mounting, (unpacking and
removal of electronic assemblies). opens to 90o for MX/ T2000 and 180o for MX2). Conduit
knockouts are provided on the general purpose ‘MX/MX2’
• Mounting the controller/battery/repeater controller and battery boxes. Gland plates are provided on
housings. the T2000 and marine battery box.
• Installation and fixing of cables. Figures 1 to 13 give housing and mounting equipment
• Cable continuity and insulation checks.
dimensions.

• Cable resistance, inductance and


The mains supply to the panel must be segregated away
from other field wiring. The mains supply must enter
capacitance checks.
through a separate knock-out, refer to section 1.5.
Normally the battery housing where used, should be
Note:
mounted directly underneath the Controller housing with no
1) The controllers are not suitable for exterior gap.
mounting or direct connection to a mains
If there must be a gap between them, then steel conduit and
supply without appropriate branch circuit
bushes must be used.
protection of no more than 20 amperes.
Side-by-side arrangement of the controller and battery
2) The connection of electrical cables to internal
housings is not recommended. If no other arrangement is
equipment is NOT a part of installation and
possible, then interconnection between the two housings
must not be carried out at this stage.
should be made with 25mm steel conduit, bushes and
Instructions for cable connection are given in
inspection bends.
the appropriate commissioning Section.
3) It is recommended that on receipt of the
controller and ancillary components, the units
be checked visually. Return damaged or
defective items for exchange.
4) The mains supply must be in accordance with
Clause 16.2 of BS5839 Pt1 (1988), where
applicable and provide for a suitable
disconnect or isolator device.

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Fig. 1 MX Controller (Shallow Surface/Flush Housing) - Overall and Fixing Dimensions

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Fig. 2 MX Controller (Deep Surface/Flush Housing) - Overall and Fixing Dimensions

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Fig. 3 17Ah Battery Box (Shallow Surface/Flush Housing) - Overall and Fixing Dimensions

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Fig. 4 38Ah Battery Box (Deep Surface/Flush Housing) - Overall and Fixing Dimensions

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Fig. 5 T2000 C.I.E/Repeater - Overall and Fixing Dimensions

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Fig. 6 T2000 Battery Box - Overall and Fixing Dimensions

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520

480
20

NOTE: THE TWO OUTER HOUSING


SECURING HOLES ARE FOR
USE WITH THE BATTERY BOX
205 170

17.5

14 HOLES 5.6 4 HOLES


COUNTERSUNK 11.0
16.0 x 6.0 DEEP (BULKHEAD MOUNTINGBRACKET
(BULKHESD MOUNTING BRACKET
(BULKHEAD MOUNTING BRACKET TO BULKHEAD)
TO BULKHEAD)
TO T2000 ENCLOSURES)

Fig. 7 Bulkhead Mounting Bracket - Overall and Fixing Dimensions

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Fig. 8 Marine Rack Mounting Brackets - Overall and Fixing Dimensions

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Fig. 9 ANC800 Ancillary Housing - Overall and Fixing Dimensions

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No. of
Depth U V W X Y Z
Modules
3 Deep 152.4 192 177.8 482.6 588 558.8
5 Deep 152.4 192 177.8 749.3 854 825.5

Fig. 10 Rack Mounting Box - Fixing and Overall Dimensions

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441

USE FOR INTERNAL


118.2

ANCILLARY MODULES
A
117.6

USE FOR INCOMING


MAINS SUPPLY

A = 20
B = 25
557.6
390

B
50

150 150
220.5 220.5

USE FOR COUPLING


TO EXPANSION BOX
B

Fig. 11 MX2 Controller (Shallow Housing - Overall and Fixing Dimensions)

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441

USE FOR INTERNAL


ANCILLARY MODULES
198.2 A

USE FOR INCOMING


MAINS SUPPLY
A = 20
B = 25
117.6

A
557.6
390

B
50

150 150
220.5 220.5

USE FOR COUPLING


TO EXPANSION BOX
B

Fig. 12 MX2 Controller (Deep Housing) - Overall and Fixing Dimensions

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DOTTED LINES INDICATE DEEP HOUSING


198.2

A
118.2

TOP AND BOTTOM USE FOR COUPLING


TO MAIN HOUSING
B
31.2
334.6

270

B
33.4

150 150
441

Fig. 13 MX2 Expansion Box Housings - Overall and Fixing Dimensions

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220
215 440

69.5
640

FRONT COVER
FIXING HOLES

CABLE ENTRY CABLE ENTRY

USE THIS FOR INCOMING


MAINS SUPPLY
55

100 240

Fig. 14 MX Blck Box Panel - Overall and Fixing Dimensions

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MX-GRAPH DET - ADDRESSABLE DETECTOR


FIELD SUPPLY 24V DET* - CONVENTIONAL DETECTOR
MX-Net or IB - ISOLATOR BASE
RESETTABLE 24V FILNet CP - CALLPOINT
TLI800 FILNET
SERIAL DIM - DETECTOR INPUT MODULE
ALARM RELAY PORT 3 RIM - RELAY INTERFACE MODULE
PRINTER REPEATER MIMIC CIM - CONTACT INPUT MODULE
FAULT RELAY LI800 - LINE ISOLATOR
SUPERVISED REMOTE + MPM
TLI800 - NETWORK INTERFACE MODULE
MPM MPM
INPUT BUS -

SERIAL SERIAL
PORT 1 PRINTER

PLANT

Typical System Layout


SOUNDER CIRCUIT 1

SOUNDER CIRCUIT 2
AR+
DET DET IB CP DIM RIM
CONTROLLER AR-
100/255 Va.c. WITH
DET LI800
SERIAL CONFIGURATION DET*
+ PORT 2
24V CONTACT
BATTERY ADDRESSABLE
CIRCUIT A EOL DET*

Fig. 15
EOL
- (NOTE 1)
CIM

DAY/NIGHT
UNSUPERVISED I/P
CHANGEOVER

AL-

AL+

* CONVENTIONAL DETECTORS

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1. EACH CIRCUIT MAY BE FITTED WITH UP TO 250 ADDRESSABLE DEVICES.


2. ONLY ONE ADDRESSABLE DEVICE LOOP IS SHOWN FOR CLARITY.
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1.4 CABLING
1.4.1 CABLE REQUIREMENTS
All cables should be specified and installed to meet the requirements of BS5839 Part 1 Subsection 17 or local equivalent
standard.
For the Loop circuit wiring, refer to Publication 17A-02-LOOP - MX Digital Loop - Loading Calculation.
The addressable circuit cable screens must be joined within each device on the loop to form a continuous cable screen.
All other cables must be of a sufficient size not to cause an excessive voltage drop (max. 1 volt for a 24 volt circuit) for the
current required.
A schematic diagram for a typical system layout is shown in Fig. 15.

Note: It is an I.E.E. Regulation that fire alarm cables be segregated from all other (non-fire alarm) cables.

1.4.2 CABLE TYPES


The following cable types should be used to comply with EU EMC directive (89/336EEC):
Addressable loops: Refer to Publication 17A-02-LOOP for recommended cabling and loop loading.
Mains: Normal mains cable, MICC, SWA (using a suitable termination
gland) or any ‘foil and drain wire type’ fire resistant cable (terminated
with an SHV or CXT type gland). A ferrite bead must be fitted as shown.

Remote Bus: MICC, SWA (using a suitable termination gland) or any ‘foil and drain
wire type’ fire resistant cable (terminated with an SHV or CXT type gland).
Network: MICC, SWA (using a suitable termination gland) or any ‘foil and drain
wire type’ fire resistant cable (terminated with an SHV or CXT type gland).
CABLE PARAMETERS BETWEEN TLI800s (Max length - 1200m)
38,400 Max resistance 75 ohms per conductor
Max capacitance 0.3µF between conductors
19,200 Max resistance 75 ohms per conductor
Max capacitance 0.6µF between conductors
<19,200 Max resistance 75 ohms per conductor
Max capacitance 1.2µF between conductors

The maximum distance, using shielded twisted pair cable with characteristics within
the parameters above, terminated with an SHV or CXT type gland, is 3000 metres.
Examples are Belden 9460 or 9574.

Serial outputs: Local printer (conduit/MICC).


The following ‘foil and drain wire type’ fire resistant 1.4.3 EARTHING MX1000/4000/MX4000M/MX2
cables are suitable:
All exposed metalwork and cabling conduits must be returned
DAETWYLER Lifeline to earth via a suitable copper conductor back to the controller.
DELTA Firetuff System 0V MUST NOT be connected to earth. The earthing
FABRICA CAVICEL Firecell stud in the top left hand corner of the controller MUST BE
connected to earth.
HUBER & SUHNER Radox FR
PIRELLI FP range The earth conductor of the mains supply to the controller shall
be the protective earth of the system.
DRAKA CALFLEX Calflam
THE PROTECTIVE EARTH TERMINAL AT THE PANEL
RAYDEX FG950
MUST BE WIRED IN AT LEAST 4MM 2 INSULATED
GEC AEI Firetec CABLE EITHER TO THE MAIN PROTECTIVE EARTH AT
TRATOS CAVI Firesafe THE MAINS DISTRIBUTION PANEL OR TO A LOCAL
PROTECTIVE EARTH SPIKE. THE COLOUR OF THE
ALCATEL pyrolyon INSULATION SHOULD BE GREEN/YELLOW.

Note: Earthing should be to I.E.E. Regulations.

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1.4.4 EARTHING T2000 The isolating device:


All exposed metalwork and cabling conduits must be • Must be as close to the incoming supply as
returned to earth via a suitable copper conductor. All cable is practically possible.
screens are to be terminated with a crimp tag and must be
long enough to connect to the gland plate earthing stud.
• Should be secure from unauthorised
operation.
System 0V MUST NOT be connected to earth. The earthing
stud in the top left hand corner of the T2000 controller
MUST BE connected to ship’s earth. WARNING:
The earth conductor of the mains supply shall be the FOR A SITE WHERE THE NEUTRAL OF
protective earth of the system.
THE MAINS SUPPLY CANNOT BE
THE PROTECTIVE EARTH TERMINAL AT THE IDENTIFIED A TWO-POLE ISOLATING
PANEL MUST BE WIRED IN AT LEAST 4MM 2 DEVICE MUST BE USED WHICH
INSULATED CABLE EITHER TO THE PRIMARY DISCONNECTS BOTH POLES
PROTECTIVE EARTH AT THE MAINS DISTRIBUTION SIMULTANEOUSLY.
PANEL OR TO A LOCAL PROTECTIVE EARTH. THE
COLOUR OF THE INSULATION SHOULD BE GREEN/ WHERE THE NEUTRAL OF THE MAINS
YELLOW. CAN BE IDENTIFIED, A SINGLE POLE
ISOLATING DEVICE MAY BE USED WHICH
DISCONNECTS THE PHASE CONDUCTOR.
Note: Earthing should be to SOLAS Regulations.

1.4.5 ADDRESSABLE CIRCUIT CABLES For MX, remove 20mm knock-out in top left hand corner of
controller housing and terminate mains supply to two part
Refer to Publication 17A-02-LOOP - MX Digital Loop - mains disconnect inside controller housing.
Loading Calculation.
In the case of T2000, ensure that the mains supply is to the
far left of the gland plate. Cut a hole in the gland plate so
1.4.5.1 CABLE ROUTING that there is a minimum of 25mm between the edge of this
It is important to ensure the correct routing of cables in order hole and other cable entry holes.
to minimise coupling effects. In particular, power and MX/ In the case of MX2 (see Figs 11 and 12), remove 20mm
T signal cables should NOT be grouped together in the same knock-out at right of housing top face. Terminate mains
conduit or trunking. supply to two part mains disconnect inside controller
housing.

1.4.5.2 REMOTE BUS CABLES Protective earth must be connected using a 4mm blue/
yellow ring terminal to the protective earth stud. Do not
The remote bus is an RS485 differential wire pair remove the existing internal protective bonding cables from
communications bus. The cable used must therefore not the protective earth stud. The top nut and shakeproof
cause loss or attenuation of the signal. Shielded twisted pair washer and plain washer should be removed leaving a nut
should be used. covering the protective bonding cables. The incoming
protective earth should be placed onto the stud next to the
The maximum length of the cable is 1200m.
nut followed by the plain washer, then the shakeproof
The RBUS must be terminated with a 150Ω resistor at the washer and nut. Ensure that the nut is securely tightened.
FIM and a 120Ω resistor at the last device on the RBUS. In the top left hand corner of the housing, above the
PSB800 power supply, the protective earth terminal has a
1.5 MAINS SUPPLY 4mm ISO thread, the size of the nut is 7mm across flats. The
primary protective earth cable should be installed on the
The controller must not be connected to an ‘IT’ mains terminal first and any secondary earth cables added on
circuit as defined in IEC950 and/or the latest version of top. In the case of MX2, the protective earth terminal is
I.E.E. wiring regulations. The mains supply must include a next to the mains disconnect.
termination of the protective earth from the controller.
THE CONTROLLER IS REGARDED AS A FIXED
APPLIANCE AND MUST BE WIRED TO THE MAINS
S U P P LY V I A A S W I T C H E D A N D F U S E D
CONNECTION UNIT RESERVED SOLELY FOR THE
PURPOSE. THE SWITCH SHOULD BE LABELLED
"FIRE ALARM, DO NOT SWITCH OFF".

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1.6 INSTALLATION PROCEDURE 8) Not applicable to T2000. Remove the


transit screw. Loosen the chassis plate
1.6.1 PREPARING THE MX/T2000 fixing screw (see Fig. 17), (DO NOT
HOUSING REMOVE). Using PSB cover, move entire
To prepare the pre-assembled MX Controller, proceed as chassis plate slightly upwards and lift away
follows: from housing - store safely in original
carton.
1) Remove complete assembly from package
by lifting handles on inner sleeve. Lay
inner sleeve on a flat surface with the
handles to the right.
2) Open inner sleeve to reveal either a control
unit and loop label envelope or repeater unit.
3) Place loop label envelope (where
applicable) along with one key fob in empty
carton.
4) Using hexagonal key (part of key fob), undo
the front cover fixing screws - note screws
are captivated - place key fob in carton.

Fig. 17 Chassis Plate Fixing

1.6.2 PREPARING THE MX2 HOUSING


To prepare the MX2 housing:
1) Remove complete assembly from
packaging.
2) Using hexagonal key (on key fob), loosen
the front cover fixing screws. Screws are
captivated and should not be removed from
Fig. 16 Front Cover Removal front cover.

CAUTION:
OBSERVE CORRECT ANTI-STATIC
CAUTION: PRECAUTIONS WHEN HANDLING
OBSERVE CORRECT ANTI-STATIC ELECTRONIC ASSEMBLIES.
PRECAUTIONS WHEN HANDLING
ELECTRONIC ASSEMBLIES.

3) Remove earth lead (Fig. 18) connected to


inside of door by removing and retaining
5) Open front cover and disconnect the ribbon door nut and washer. Remove ribbon cable
cable from the Operator Control Module connection to the DCM PCB on the inside of
(OCM, Fig. 16) to the FIM at plug P5 on the the door.
OCM.
4) Remove the door from the housing by
6) Disconnect the earth cables from the front sliding upwards whilst in the open position,
cover (Fig. 16). disengaging lift-off hinges. Store safely
7) Slide front cover upwards and lift away inside packaging.
from the back box (see Fig. 16), store safely 5) Remove earth lead connecting to chassis
by placing front cover assembly on to the plate by removing and retaining chassis
inner sleeve. Place inner sleeve envelope plate nut and washers. Unclip ribbon cable
and key fobs in carton. from housing side next to PSU. Loosen
chassis plate fixing nut. Move entire chassis
plate upward and lift away from housing.
Store safely inside packing carton.

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EARTH RIBBON
• Earth connector from the inside of the
LEAD CABLE front cover.
• Ribbon cable from the IOB800 Input/
Output Expansion Card to the LED PCB
on the front cover.

ALARM-LEDs

FAULT-LEDs

POWER LED

CHASSIS PLATE
RETAINING NUT

Fig. 18 MX2 Internal View COVER SECURING SCREWS

1.6.3 PREPARING THE MX2 EXPANSION


BOX HOUSING
To prepare the MX2 Expansion Box housing, proceed as
follows:
1) Remove complete assembly from
packaging.
2) Using hexagonal key (on key fob), loosen Fig. 19 MX Black Box Panel
front cover fixing screws. Screws are
captivated and should not be removed from
front cover. 4) Lift the front cover from the backbox and
place in the carton.
3) Remove earth lead connecting to inside of
door by removing and retaining door nut 5) Disconnect the earth cable from the
and washers. Remove door from housing by backbox, disconnect the mains plug and
sliding upwards whilst in opened position, unscrew the transit screw.
disengaging lift-off hinges. Store safely 6) Loosen the chassis plate fixing screw for
inside packing carton. one turn. Push the chassis plate upwards,
4) Remove earth lead connecting to chassis turning the FIM side slightly then the
plate by removing and retaining chassis PSB800 side. Lift the chassis plate from
plate nut and washers. Loosen chassis plate the backbox and place in the carton.
fixing nut. Move entire chassis plate
upward and lift away from housing. Store
safely inside packing carton. 1.6.5 MOUNTING THE HOUSINGS
(EXCEPT T2000 AND MX BLACK
BOX PANEL)
1.6.4 PREPARING THE MX BLACK BOX
To mount the MX Housing proceed as follows:
PANEL
1) Prepare the housing, (refer to para 1.6.1 and
To prepare the MX Black Box Panel, proceed as follows: 1.6.2).
1) Lift the panel and installation kit from the 2) Remove appropriate knockouts.
carton.
2) Using the Allen key from the installation Note: If grommets or bushings are used to secure
kit, release the four securing screws on the the cabling, they must have a flammability
front panel. rating of Class HB or better.
3) Cant the front cover outwards and
disconnect the following:

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3) Ensure that the position in which the 1.6.6.2 RACK/CONSOLE MOUNTING


controller housing is to be fitted allows
adequate clearance for cables and for Proceed as follows:
opening the front cover assembly (which is 1) Remove gland plates and drill as required,
hinged on the right and opens to 90o, 180o before replacing the plate ensure that the
for MX2). gasket is fitted.
4) Determine position for controller housing 2) Fit the two rack mounting brackets to the
on the wall, ensuring that the two bottom housing as shown in Fig. 8, using the 4 screws
fixing holes are horizontal, drill and plug the supplied (the side mounting screws must be
keyhole and bottom fixing hole positions. counter-sunk).
5) Using suitable fixing screws for the 3) Fit the housing to the specified position in the
mounting location, put a screw in the centre rack/console and secure with the four bolts
keyhole position, suspend the panel from supplied.
the keyhole screw and secure the bottom
fixing hole positions.
6) Once mounted ensure that the housing is 1.6.7 MOUNTING MX BLACK BOX PANEL
physically secure. 1) Determine a suitable mounting place on the
7) Remove debris from housing. wall for the backbox.
8) Terminate cables as necessary leaving 2) Using the drilling template, mark out the three
adequate free end tails. These tails should mounting holes (see Fig. 3).
be brought forward and up to allow access 3) Drill the holes and fit the rawl plugs.
for chassis plate assembly.
4) Fit the top screw and screw in approximately
9) Assemble chassis plate into the housing, 5mm.
reversing procedure detailed Para 1.6.1(8)
and 1.6.2 (3). 5) Hang the backbox from the top screw and fit the
remaining screws ensuring that the backbox is
level. Tighten all the screws.
1.6.6 MOUNTING T2000 HOUSING
T h e T 2 0 0 0 c o n t r o ll e r i s su p p l ied a s a c o m p let e 1.6.8 MOUNTING THE ANC-8
assembly. The Housing for T2000 may be mounted in one ANCILLARY HOUSING
of two ways:
To mount the ANC-8 Ancillary Housing, proceed as follows:
• By the use of the ‘H’ frame bulkhead
mounting bracket. 1) Using the Hexagonal key (taped to the rear of
the box) undo the front fixing screws and lift
• To a standard 19" rack/console by two rack- cover away, disconnect earth lead from housing
mounting brackets. stud.

1.6.6.1 BULKHEAD MOUNTING


Proceed as follows:
1) Remove gland plates and drill as required,
before replacing the gland plate ensure that
the gasket is fitted.
2) Either use the ‘H’ frame as a template or
refer to Fig. 7 for the layout dimensions of
the fixing holes.
3) Mount each housing to its ‘H’ frame, using
the 10 screws supplied.
4) Mount the ‘H’ frame and housing to its
fixing holes using the nuts/bolts supplied.
Fig. 20 Chassis Plate Detail

2) Locate transit and fixing screws in chassis

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plate, see Fig. 20. Remove and discard the discarded. If only one module is fitted then
transit s c r e w. Loosen fixing spacing washers must be retained on the
screw. Disconnect chassis plate earth from blanking plate fixing.
housing stud. Move chassis plate slightly
upwards and lift away from housing. 6) When chosen modules/blanking plates are
positioned, module clamp is refitted and
3) Mount the ancillary housing using the secured using shakeproof washer, plain
procedure described in para 1.6.2. washer and nut on each stud.
4) Assemble chassis plate into housing
reversing the procedure detailed in para
1.6.1 (8).
MODULE CLAMP

1.6.9 MOUNTING THE MX2 EXPANSION


BOX HOUSING MODULE/
BLANKING PLATE
1.6.9.1 SURFACE MOUNTED ASSEMBLIES
To mount the MX2 Expansion Box Housing proceed as
follows:
1) Determine position for expansion box on the MODULE/
wall. Insert the top centre fixing into the BLANKING PLATE

wall. If in brick wall a No. 8 x 1½ screw and


raw plug is recommended. Drill hole using a
No. 10 masonry drill.
2) Remove appropriate cable entry knockouts
and hang housing on top centre fixing Fig. 21 Module Clamp Location
(keyhole slot). Where ribbon cables are to be
brought in from an associated MX2 Fire
Controller then the larger 25mm knockout
STUD
should be used. M4 NUT
M4 PLAIN WASHER
3) Align with a spirit level and drill bottom M4 SHAKEPROOF WASHER
fixings. These fixing holes have enough RETAINING
BRACKET
clearance to allow a raw plug to suit a No. 8
screw to be inserted without removal of the 2 OFF M4
housing from the wall. Securely mount the PLAIN
BLANKING PLATE SPACING
housing to the wall. Remove debris from the DOOR SECTION WASHERS
housing.
4) Terminate cables into housing, leaving Fig. 22 Blanking Plate Mounting
adequate free end tails. These tails should be
brought forward and up to allow access for
the chassis plate assembly.
STUD
M4 NUT
M4 PLAIN WASHER
M4 SHAKEPROOF WASHER
RETAINING
CAUTION: BRACKET
OBSERVE CORRECT ANTI-STATIC
PRECAUTIONS WHEN HANDLING
ELECTRONIC ASSEMBLIES. MODULE
DOOR SECTION

Fig. 23 Module Mounting


5) To fit optional door module(s), remove door
module clamp (Fig. 21) by removing and
retaining nuts and washers (Fig. 22). Two
spacing washers are fitted per mounting stud
for each blanking plate fixing. Spacing
washers are NOT required for module
fixings (Fig. 23). Where a blanking plate is
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1.6.9.2 FLUSH MOUNTED ASSEMBLIES 1.7 INSULATION AND CIRCUIT TESTS


To mount the MX2 Expansion Box Housing proceed as 1.7.1 INSULATION TESTS
follows:
1) Fit Expansion box flush mount bezel WARNING:
(557.200.210) to housing per ‘Installation BEFORE USING A HIGH-VOLTAGE
Guide for MX2 Flush Mount Bezels’ INSULATION TESTER, SUCH AS A
(included with the Bezel). MEGGER, ENSURE THAT NO DEVICES OR
ISOLATOR BASES ARE FITTED TO THE
2) Mounting arrangements will then need to be CIRCUIT UNDER TEST.
determined on site according to installation
conditions.
For each cable installed, carry out high-voltage insulation
and resistance checks as described below. Firstly between
1.6.10 MOUNTING OTHER EQUIPMENT each pair of conductors and secondly between each
conductor and earth. A 500V insulation tester should be
Refer to the individual Installation/Commissioning
documents inserted at the end of this Manual. used.
a) Check that the insulation resistance exceeds
1M ohm, (It is recommended that the
1.6.11 CABLING reading obtained should be 30M ohm or
greater for MICC. The MX will operate
1.6.11.1 GENERAL with a cable insulation resistance of 1M
It is recommended that a terminal block be provided for ohm, but if a reading of less than 30M ohm
each device or SA6/900 detector shorting adaptors for MUB is obtained then re-check the cable for
bases (not for 800IB Isolating Bases). These blocks fit deterioration or damage).
freely inside the device housings and maintain loop b) Reverse the polarity of the tester and repeat
continuity. the check.
All field wiring entering the housing should be routed to c) Locate and rectify any faults found. If
terminate at the terminal blocks by the shortest distance and necessary, renew any low-insulation cable.
be routed as far away as possible from the incoming mains
supply. d) Record the final readings obtained and leave
a copy of the records inside the controller
The procedure for cabling a system is as follows: housing.
a) Run the cables as required.
b) At the system housings, feed cables through 1.7.2 CIRCUIT TESTS
knockouts or gland plates, as applicable, In order for the system to function correctly, the values of
leaving cable tail lengths of 600mm. Fit the resistance of the addressable circuits MUST not exceed
and connect earthing cable at each housing. resistance specified by the manufacturer of the cable for the
i) Draw cables through knockouts. length of cable used. Table 1 shows the maximum lengths
of cable that can be used.
ii) Gland off as required.
iii) Strip outer insulation back to 150mm.
iv) Strip individual core insulation back to Cable
25mm. Cable type
length
v) Connect the four loop cores to the terminal MICC 2L1.5, 2L2.5, 1H1,5, 2H2.5 1.8 km
block as shown.
Steel Wire Armour (SWA) 1.8 km
Fire resistant ‘foil and drain wire’,
Note: It is ESSENTIAL that continuity of each 2 km
addressable circuit be maintained at all eg, FP200, Lifeline, Firetuff
times. DO NOT cut or disconnect the wire BS6883 marine cable 2 km
loops or make any other connections at this Table. 1
stage.
The resistance of all other circuits must be sufficiently low
Due to the multiplexed nature of the installation, any faults
to limit the voltage drop to 1 volt at the maximum
on the addressable circuits are difficult to locate. The anticipated current consumption.
circuits MUST be checked and found to be free from earth
faults, leakages, etc. using the procedure described in
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To check each circuit, proceed as follows:


a) Short circuit each conductor pair in turn at one
end of the circuit.
b) Measure the loop resistance. A measured loop
resistance of less than equal to that specified
manufacturer is acceptable.
c) If any faults are found or unacceptable
readings obtained, check the wiring and
repair as necessary.
d) Repeat steps (a) to (c) as necessary until the
installation has been proved satisfactory and
all faults have been eliminated.
e) Remove the shorting wires fitted for the above
checks.
f) Leave a copy of the readings obtained in the
controller housing.

1.8 FINISHING OFF


a) At the controller housing(s) and at all
ancillary components, ensure that metal
chippings, cable snippets, etc., are cleared
away.
b) At each device or sensor, refit the cover plate
with the screws provided (where applicable).
c) Ensure that copies of the cable routing
diagrams and copies of ALL circuit and
insulation tests are left in the controller
housing.

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2. COMMISSIONING 2.1.2 MAINS ISOLATORS


2.1 GENERAL INFORMATION
2.1.1 WARNINGS AND CAUTIONS WARNING:

A MAINS ISOLATOR LABEL IS TO BE


WARNING: AFFIXED ADJACENT THE CONTROLLER
GIVING THE LOCATION OF THE
PERSONNEL MUST BE FAMILIAR WITH, CONTROLLER ISOLATING DEVICE IF IT IS
AND COMPLY WITH, INSTRUCTIONS NOT READILY ACCESSIBLE.
GIVEN IN PUBLICATION NO. 05A-03-S1
BEFORE ATTEMPTING TO COMMISSION
THIS EQUIPMENT.
WARNING:

WHERE ANY OF THE FOLLOWING


EQUIPMENTS ARE USED TO SWITCH MAINS
WARNING: CIRCUITS, A MAINS ISOLATOR LABEL IS TO
BE AFFIXED TO THE EQUIPMENT, OR, WHERE
In order to prevent TERMINAL DAMAGE THIS IS IMPRACTICAL, ADJACENT THE
to the MX Controller the following rules EQUIPMENT. THE TABLE MUST BE
MUST be strictly followed: COMPLETED BY THE COMMISSIONING
ENGINEER.
1) ENSURE THAT THERE IS NO FAULT IN
RIM800 RELAY INTERFACE MODULE
THE ADDRESSABLE LOOP BEFORE IT IS
HVR800 HIGH VOLTAGE RELAY INTERFACE
CONNECTED TO THE MX
CONTROLLER.
2.2 EQUIPMENT REQUIRED
2) NEVER CONNECT THE ADDRESSABLE In order to successfully carry out the commissioning
LOOP WIRING TO THE MX CONTROLLER procedure, it is recommended that the following equipment
WITHOUT EITHER DISABLING THE is required:
ADDRESSABLE CIRCUIT OR POWERING • A suitable microcomputer with ‘MX
DOWN THE MX CONTROLLER BY USING CONSYS’ software and configuration data.
THE LOOP SHUTDOWN COMMAND.
• A power supply capable of providing 30 -
40V dc with a 100mA current limit.
3) NEVER MAKE ANY CHANGES TO THE
ADDRESSABLE LOOP WIRING WITHOUT
• M3/M4 nut spinners.
EITHER DISABLING THE ADDRESSABLE • Pozidrive  screwdriver.
CIRCUIT OR POWERING DOWN THE MX
CONTROLLER BY USING THE LOOP
• A wide bladed screwdriver.

SHUTDOWN COMMAND. • 800RT detector removal tool.


• 801AP service tool.

CAUTION: • CO field test kit.


ONLY 800 SERIES AND S271+ DETECTORS
CAN BE USED DIRECTLY WITH MX FIRE
• Aerosol Smoke Detector Tester Can.
CONTROL SYSTEMS. CONVENTIONAL • Solo 451 cordless heat detector.
DETECTORS MUST BE INTERFACED VIA A
DIM800 CONVENTIONAL INPUT MODULE. 2.3 COMMISSIONING PROCEDURE
The following steps must be carried out in order to
commission the system:
CAUTION: • Assemble the controller/repeater hardware
BEFORE STARTING THE COMMISSIONING and connect the addressable loop/remote bus
PROCEDURE, ENSURE THAT THE
ADDRESSABLE LOOP IS NOT
• Fit any printers
CONNECTED TO THE SYSTEM. • Fit and connect the devices on the
addressable loop

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• Verify loop wiring with Isolator Bases


connected. CAUTION:
• Program the address into each device on the THE PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARDS
addressable loop(s) using the 801AP Service CONTAIN STATIC-SENSITIVE
Tool. DEVICES. ALWAYS OBSERVE ANTI-
• Download the ‘MX CONSYS’ STATIC PRECAUTIONS WHEN HANDLING.
configuration data from the microcomputer
to the controller.
• Test the above devices. 2.4.1.1 MX/T2000 CONTROLLER
• Final commissioning tests. Proceed as follows:
a) Fit the Front Panel Assembly to the right-
Each of the above steps are fully described in the following hand edge of the back box by its hinge
paragraphs. brackets into slots.
b) Make the connection between the FIM
2.4 PREPARATION FOR (PL13) and the OCM (P5) with the ribbon
COMMISSIONING cable provided.
2.4.1 HOUSINGS c) Connect the mains input wiring to the
mains socket on the side.
The MX controller kit consists of the following circuit
boards, fitting parts, and assemblies: d) Perform a visual check to ensure that all
connections have been made correctly.
• General Purpose Housing.
• Chassis plate containing the Central Fit ferrite bead (28.5mm long, 16mm O.D) to the battery
Processor Unit (CPU), Field Interface cables at the PSB800 and secure with the cable ties
Module (FIM), Power Supply Module and (supplied). Fit the Thermistor lead if required.
XLM800 (MX4000 only).
The PSB has 2 x 24V dc outputs (1 is resettable), if these
• Front Panel Assembly consisting of: outputs are used, it is recommended that the supply is
• Operator Display Module (MX/T2000) distributed via an FB800 Fuse Board. If these outputs are
used with a T2000, two ferrites (13mm long 22mm OD)
• Operator Control Module (MX/T2000)
must be fitted to the 24V output from the fuseboard with
• DCM and optional ANN (MX2) the cable looped once through the torroids and fixed to the
housing using cable ties and tie basses as shown in Fig. 24.
• Battery Box which may have the following
option (not applicable to MX2)s:
2.4.1.2 BATTERY BOX
Front Cover (2 bays)
• Blank covers CAUTION:
• 40-way Alarm/Fault LED display TAKE CARE WHEN HANDLING THE
• 80-way Alarm Led Display BATTERIES. DO NOT CONNECT
BATTERIES THE WRONG WAY ROUND.
• 20-way Status Command module WHEN THE BATTERIES ARE NOT
Back Box CONNECTED, COVER WITH INSULATING
TAPE TO PREVENT ACCIDENTAL SHORT
• Batteries only CIRCUIT.
• Chassis plate with I/O boards
• Chassis plate with Power supply module

• MX2 Expansion Box


• 2 blanking plates
• Chassis plate for I/O modules

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Fig. 24

FIXING HOLES
BRACKET
STUD
RETAINING

STUD RETAINING BRACKET

BATTERY CLAMP STUD 17Ah

BATTERY RETAINING BRACKET 17Ah

BATTERY CLAMP STUD 38Ah

BATTERY RETAINING BRACKET 38Ah

NOTE: NOT TO SCALE

Fig. 25 17Ah and 38Ah Battery Retaining Kits

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Fig. 26 T2000 Battery Retaining Kit


MX/PSB800K T2000
Proceed as follows (refer to Fig. 25): Proceed as follows (refer to Fig. 26):
a) Fit any modules to the chassis plate (if a) Fit any modules to the chassis plate (if
required). required).
b) Fit the chassis plate to the backbox and b) Fit the chassis plate to the backbox and
secure. secure.
b) Where specified, fit battery retaining c) Fit the two side brackets.
clamps as follows else fit the batteries:
d) Fit the two back spacer plates.
c) Fit the stud retaining bracket to the back of
the box. e) Fit the batteries and secure with the
d) Fit the batteries and secure with the battery retaining clamps.
retaining clamps.
2.4.1.3 MX2 CONTROLLER
Note: As standard the batteries do not need to be
restrained. If it is a specific customer Proceed as follows:
requirement a battery retaining kit is available.
a) Fit Front Door assembly to the right hand
edge of the backbox by its lift off hinges.
e) Fit the temperature sensor thermistor, b) Make the connection between the FIM
ensuring that the thermistor is in contact (PL13) and the DCM (CON3).
with the top of the battery (use double sided c) Connect the mains input wiring to the mains
tape to secure the thermistor terminal block socket on the housing base.
to the battery).
d) Fit batteries in space at the bottom of the
Note: If temperature compensation is not required, housing.
then a 2k7 resistor must be fitted at the PSB e) Where specified, fit ancillary module(s) to
Temp terminals (TB3/1 and 2). chassis plate studs above the power supply
(three studs) provided to take M3 stacking
spacers.
f) Attach thermistor end of the lead from the
power supply to the top of a battery using
double sided tape.
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Fig. 27 3 and 5 Tier Modular Housings

2.4.1.4 3 AND 5 TIER MODULAR HOUSINGS the ribbon cable (2) from the FIM to the
OCM.
Proceed as follows (refer to Fig. 27 and Fig. 28):
f) Fit the temperature sensor thermistor,
a) Fit any modules to the chassis plate (if
ensuring that the thermistor is in contact
required).
with the top of the battery (use double
b) Fit the chassis plate to the backbox and sided tape to secure the thermistor terminal
secure. block to the battery).
c) Fit the batteries and secure with the battery
retaining clamps. Note: If temperature compensation is not required,
then a 2k7 resistor must be fitted at the PSB
d) Fit the front door to the backbox. Temp terminals (TB3/1 and 2).
e) Connect the earth cables (1) and (4), connect

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Fig. 28 Modular Housing Battery Retaining Kit

2.4.2 CIRCUIT WIRING The Line Isolator base contains electronics that may be
damaged if continuity testing is performed with a Megger
Proceed as follows: type insulation and continuity tester which generates
a) Fit the 2k7 Sounder EOLs, 10k Supervised voltages greater than 50 volts.
Input EOL.
Note: Continuity checks should not be carried out
Note: with a multimeter on circuits with a Line
Isolator Base connected as this will give an
1) When Local Sounders are not used in the open circuit reading.
system then EOL resistors MUST be fitted
to sounder A & B outputs or they must be The following method should be used:
disabled in MX CONSYS. The Line Isolator Base is not designed to work with line
2) DO NOT make connections to the Alarm voltages above the specified maximum, (see above). This
and Fault relays or the 24V dc supply at this means that continuity testing of the loop wiring shall be
stage. done using a voltage between 20-40V dc. As this voltage
is too high for conventional voltmeters, the following
method may be employed.
2.4.2.1 VERIFYING LOOP CIRCUIT WIRING Connect all 801IB Isolator Bases into the loop circuit.
WITH ISOLATOR BASES FITTED
Connect a power supply capable of providing 30 - 40V dc
with a 100mA current limit to one end of the loop (in
WARNING: correct polarity). A voltmeter shall be connected to the
other end of the loop or any base along the loop to verify
DO NOT MEGGER LOOP WIRING WITH the wiring up to that point.
LINE ISOLATOR BASES CONNECTED.
If there is no voltage out at any measured point, this may be
due to:

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1) Loop Open Circuit - wiring incomplete to


part of the loop. SOUNDER OPERATION
NORMAL CLASS A
2) Incorrect Polarity - Line Isolator bases will
appear as a short circuit if they are wired JP6 Not fitted Fitted
with incorrect polarity. JP5 Fitted Not fitted
JP4 Fitted Not fitted
3) Loop Short Circuit - If this occurs between
JP3 Not fitted Fitted
two Line Isolator bases, it will isolate that
section of line, which will then appear as an JP2 Not fitted Fitted
open circuit.
JP8: Only fitted for Class A to double output
If this occurs between the supply and the current
first Line Isolator Base, the supply output JP9: Only fitted for Class A to double output
will go low due to the internal current limit. current
Class A no EOLs fitted.
CONNECTORS AND HEADERS
SDR1 +ve return connected to SDR2 +ve.
The following list details the connectors and headers on the
FIM: SDR1 -ve return connected to SDR2 -ve.
PL2: Power In the event of a single open circuit, SDR2 only is active and
PL3: Network power drives both SDR1 +ve output and SDR2 +ve output. The
output current is doubled when header links H18 and H20
PL4: Expansion I/O are fitted.
PL6: COM1 Serial connector
PL8: COM2 Serial connector
PL9: Loop Expansion 2.4.3 INSTALLATION OF ANCILLARIES
INTO ANC-8 HOUSING
PL10: COM3 Serial connector
PL11: Factory test The MX ANC-8 Ancillary Housing can accommodate up to
PL12: Factory test 8 ancillary modules (up to 16 using an STK800 stacking
kit).
PL13: OCM800
PL14: CPU interface To install 800 modules into an ANC-8 Housing proceed as
follows:
PL15: OCM800 (normally used in rack mounting)
H1: Loop A a) Assemble required ancillary PCBs onto
chassis plate as required, fixing as shown in
H2: Loop B Fig. 29.
H3: Sounder1 and Sounder 2 outputs
H4: Supervised input
H5: Unsupervised input
H6: Emergency alarm input
H7: Fault relay
H8: Alarm relay
H9: Remote Bus
H10: Factory test
H11: Factory test
Fig. 29 ANC-8 Housing - PCB Fixing Detail
Headers b) Assemble chassis plate into housing and
JP1: OFF - Ground Fault link OFF secure using fixing screw, see Fig. 30.
ON - Ground Fault link ON
JP7: OFF - Emergency Alarm has no effect on
sounders
ON - Emergency Alarm will turn on
sounders
JP11: Factory test
JP12: Factory test
JP10: Factory test

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• COM820
• ANN840

See Section 1.6.9 for fixing details.

2.5 AUXILIARY DISPLAY DEVICES


2.5.1 GENERAL
Auxiliary display devices which may be connected to the
MX/T2000 range of fire controllers are as follows:
• Local Printers.
• Configuration terminal/modem.

Fig. 30 ANC-8 Housing - Chassis Plate


• Remote printers.
• Repeaters.

c) Connect chassis plate earth lead to housing, • XOM800 Mimics.


see Fig. 30. • XIOM800.
• ANN840/880 refer to Publication
2.4.4 INSTALLATION OF ANCILLARIES 17A-03-ANN.
INTO MX2 EXPANSION HOUSING • COM820 refer to Publication
17A-03-COM.
The MX2 expansion housing is designed to accommodate
the following ancillaries: • IOB800 refer to Publication
• XIOM 17A-03-IOB.

• MPM800
2.5.2 LOCAL PRINTER
• IOB800
The FIM allows for a serial printer to be attached locally
to the controller. Connect the printer to COM1 (PL6).
CHASSIS PLATE RETAINING SCREW
2.5.3 CONFIGURATION PC/MODEM
The configuration PC/ modem is connected to the FIM
COM2 port (PL8).

2.5.4 REMOTE PRINTERS


If it is required to connect a printer at a remote location,
then an MPM800 and a PSM800 must be used. The
MPM800 is set to personality ‘PIB’, its remote bus
address is set as described in para 2.6.3 and the boards
fitted in the standard housing.

IOB800
This MPM800 will then allow for a serial or parallel
XIOM printer to be fitted at the remote location. This printer will
MPM800 operate in conjunction with any local printer.

Fig. 31 MX2 Expansion Box - Chassis Plate Note: IC U2 UART must be fitted which must be
ordered separately.

Connection of the MPM800 is shown in Fig. 32.


The MX2 expansion housing door is deigned to take up to
two modules form:
• MX2 Printer

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c) Fit the stud retaining bracket to the back


of the box.
d) Fit the batteries and secure with the
battery retaining clamps.
e) Fit APM800 power supply monitor
module if required (refer to Publication
17A-03-APM800 or Installation Sheet
120-415-506).

Note: Later AC Repeaters have APM800


pre-installed.
Fig. 32 Connection at an MPM800 for Remote
Printers
2.5.5.2 CONNECTION OF THE REPEATER
Controller 24V Supply
2.5.5 REPEATERS
Refer to Fig. 34, proceed as follows:
Repeaters may be powered from the MX controller or by a
local PSM800 power supply unit (for MX2 repeaters local a) Connect the remote bus and 24V supply
power supply only). from the controller to the repeater
connector plate terminals ensuring correct
A repeater consists of the following boards and assemblies: polarity.
• Chassis plate containing: b) Connect the cable from the repeater
• Repeater connector plate connector plate to the ‘Remote Bus IN’
connector on the OCM800.
• PSM800 Power Supply Unit (Remote local
supply only, may be fitted with an c) Connect the earth lead on the front cover
APM800 Power Supply Monitor to the earth stud on the back box.
module. Not fitted if powered from
controller supply) Local AC Supply
• MX/T2000 front cover consisting of: Refer to Fig. 34, then proceed as follows:
• OCM800 Operator Control Module a) Connect the remote bus from the
• ODM800 Operator Display Module controller to the repeater connector plate
terminals ensuring correct polarity.
b) Connect 24V and 0V from the PSM800
• MX2 front cover consisting of:
24V supply (Fig. 35) to the repeater
• DCM800 (optional ANN881) connector plate terminals, ensuring
correct polarity (prewired in MX2).
In addition, back-up batteries may be fitted.
c) Connect the mains earth lead to the mains
The fitting kit for the repeater (not MX2) comprises a battery earth stud, ensuring that the earth lead is
fitting kit and various connecting cables. 3cm longer the mains leads.
d) Connect the mains leads to the mains
2.5.5.1 FITTING REPEATER ELECTRONICS terminal block on the housing.

All of the items, with exception of the Front Panel Assembly, e) Connect the cable from the repeater
are fitted into a similar housing to the controller. The Front connector plate to the ‘Remote Bus IN’
Panel Assembly is attached to the front of the housing by two connector on the OCM800 (or DCM
hinges (three for MX2). Con7 ‘Power/Remote In’ for MX2).

Referring to Fig. 33, proceed as follows:


a) Fit the chassis plate and secure with the
screws provided.
b) Where specified (not MX2), fit battery
retaining clamps as follows else fit the
batteries:

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Fig. 33 MX Repeater - Internal View Showing Location of Components


Note: Dotted lines indicate local power supply option.

Fig. 34 MX Repeater - Interconnections

f) Ensure that the braided earth strap (EMC, not


required for MX2) and protective earth lead
from the front cover are connected to the
earthing stud on the right hand side of the
housing.
g) Ensure that either the thermistor lead
assembly or a 2k7 resistor is fitted to the
Temp Sensor input on the PSM (prewired in
MX2).

CAUTION:

DO NOT APPLY MAINS POWER OR


CONNECT THE BATTERIES YET.

Fig. 35 PSM800 Connectors

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2.5.5.3 ADDRESS SETTING 2.6.3 MPM800 MULTI-PURPOSE I/F


MODULES
Set the address of the repeater on SW2 on the OCM800
(DCM800 for MX2)as shown in Table. 2. Set the ‘Personalities’ and addresses of any MPM800s
. fitted to the Remote Bus as follows:
SWITCH ADDRESS VALUE
SW2-1 1
SW2-2 2 2.6.3.1 PERSONALITY
SW2-3 4
SW2-4 8 MNEMONIC SW2/5 SW2/6 SW2/7
Table. 2 SW2 - Set address according to site plan OIB OFF OFF OFF
XBB ON OFF OFF
2.5.5.4 BAUD RATE SETTING PIB ON ON ON
Table. 4 MPM800 ‘Personality’
Set the Baud Rate of the Remote Bus on SW2 on the
OCM800 (DCM800 for MX2) as shown in Table 3.
.
2.6.3.2 ADDRESS
Baud Rate SW2/5 SW2/6
.
Auto Baud Not Used SWITCH ADDRESS VALUE
4800 ON OFF
SW2-1 1
9600 OFF ON
SW2-2 2
19200 ON ON
SW2-3 4
Table. 3 SW2 - Baud Rate
SW2-4 8
Table. 5 SW2 - Set address according to site plan
2.5.5.5 PROCESSOR FAULT SENSING
If the Processor Fault Sensing option is required, set SW2/
8 to ON.

2.6 SYSTEM CONFIGURATION


2.6.1 GENERAL
Make a visual check to ensure that all connections to the
controller have been made correctly.
Fit EOL resistors to the following terminals:
1) Sounder1 and sounder 2 (2k7).
2) Supervised Input (10k with 2k resistor
connected to one terminal).

2.6.2 CENTRAL PROCESSOR UNIT


Ensure that no header links are fitted to the CPU.
Header configurations are as follows (see Fig. 41):
H1, H2 and H3 not fitted: Boots firmware on power
up or MX CONSYS
download
H2 only fitted: Boots firmware default
configuration on power up.
Clears battery backup RAM
H3 only fitted: To download MX firmware

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2.6.4 XIOM800 EXPANSION INPUT/OUTPUT MODULES


XIOMs are connected as shown in Fig. 36.

Fig. 36 XIOM Connection

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2.6.5 XIOM CONFIGURATION


Configurations for XIOMs are shown in Fig. 37.

Fig. 37 XIOM Configuration

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2.6.6 IOB800 STANDARD 8IN/8OUT EXPANSION BOARD


2.6.6.1 CONNECTION TO EXPANSION BUS
IOB800s are connected as shown in Fig. 38.

Configuration First Position S2/1 S2/2 Last Position S2/1 S2/2


1 IOB800 OFF ON - OFF OFF

Table. 6 FIM Configuration

Fig. 38 IOB800 to XBus Connections

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2.6.6.2 CONNECTED TO FIM


IOB800s are connected as shown in Fig. 39. IOBs must be mounted to the chassis plate, not the PSB/PSM800.

Configuration First Position S2/1 S2/2 Last Position S2/1 S2/2

1 IOB800 OFF ON -

2 IOB800 OFF ON IOB800 ON ON

3 ANY OTHER LOCAL I/O OFF ON IOB800 OFF ON


BOARD

Table. 7 XBus Configuration

Fig. 39 IOB800 to FIM Connections

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2.6.7 IOB800 CONFIGURATION


IOB800s are configured as shown in Fig. 40.

Fig. 40 IOB800 Configuration

2.7 SYSTEM COMMISSIONING a) Set the correct address on the module.


2.7.1 GENERAL b) Wire the module onto the addressable loop
by disconnecting the pre-wired terminal
The commissioning procedure utilises in-built controller block and connecting the ‘Loop In’ and
functions. It is therefore possible for most commissioning ‘Loop Out’ cables to the correct terminals.
to be carried out by one engineer. Two engineers will be
required only for the final commissioning procedures. c) Proceed to the next module on the circuit.
It is recommended that the commissioning be carried out in
the following order: 2.7.3 ADDRESS SETTING
• Fitting of all addressable devices. Detailed instructions for setting device addresses are given
• Commissioning of auxiliary display in its Installation/Commissioning document at the back of
devices. this document.
• Testing of all addressable devices.
• Additional checks. 2.7.4 LOOP, ZONE AND ADDRESS
IDENTIFICATION FOR DEVICES
• Final Commissioning.
In order to easily identify to which loop, zone and address
a particular device is assigned, self-adhesive coloured
2.7.2 MODULE (DEVICE) CONNECTION labels of the form shown in Fig. 41 are used. These labels
are attached to the devices in the following positions:
2.7.2.1 GENERAL
The detailed procedures for each of the modules is given in
its Installation/Commissioning documentation at the back
of this document. The following procedure is for general
guidance:

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Fig. 41 Circuit/Address/Zone Labels

• MUB Detector Bases.


• CP8xx Callpoints.
• M800 Ancillary Devices - see Fig. 42.

The number on the label indicates the device’s address, whilst


a separate self-adhesive label may be attached on the bottom
of this label to indicate the device’s zone number.

Note: Plain, un-numbered, labels of the same colours


are provided for fixing to SB520 Sounder
Booster modules in order to identify the loop to
which they are connected.

In a MINERVA MX fire controller system, the zoning


arrangements are completely user-definable, ie, ANY point
may be assigned to ANY zone, as required. However, it is
recommended that points are allocated in a logical sequence
wherever possible.

Fig. 42 Loop/Address/Zone Label - Location

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Fig. 43 PSB800K Loop Power Expansion Kit


2.8 COMMISSIONING COMPLETION f) Press the SILENCE BUZZER switch to
silence the internal sounder.
Once all devices have been fitted on the addressable loop,
the next stage of commissioning may be performed. g) On a T2000 controller, connect the 9V
battery cable to P7 on the OCM PCB.
2.8.1 MX/T2000 CONTROLLER
COMMISSIONING 2.8.2 MX 4-LOOP CONTROLLER WITH
Proceed as follows: PSB800K POWER EXPANSION KIT
a) Connect the mains plug from the PSB800 to Proceed as follows:
the fixed mains socket on the side of the a) Connect the mains plug from the PSB800 to
housing. the fixed mains socket on the side of the
b) Connect the mains input cable to the mains housing.
socket, securing the cable with the cable clip b) Connect the mains input cable to the mains
supplied. socket, securing the cable with the cable
c) Connect batteries as follows. clip supplied.
Remove fuse from inter battery cable b) Connect the cables (supplied) as shown in
assembly. Fig. 43.
Connect battery cables to +ve terminal of
battery one and -ve terminal of battery two. b) Connect each PSB800 to its own battery
Connect +ve terminal of battery one to outputs.
PSB800 TB4/1 and battery -ve terminal to b) Connect the APM800 to the loop wiring.
TB4/2.
c) Switch on the mains supply.
d) Switch on the mains supply.
d) Connect the inter battery fused cable.
e) Fit fuse in battery interconnecting lead.

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2.8.3 MX2 WITH LOOP POWER 5) Connect the mains lead from each PSB820
EXPANSION KIT to the 1 to 2 mains connector.
To fit the MX2 loop power expansion kit (Fig. 44 refers), 6) Fit the APM800 to the second PSB820 as
proceed as follows: shown, using the screws supplied.
1) Remove the cover from the fixed part of 7) Connect APM800 J1 to second PSU820
the mains connector (fixed to the housing CON1.
base) and retain. 8) Connect the XLM800 loop power cable to
2) Using the screws supplied, fix the mains 1 P1 on the XLM, connect the two RED
to 2 connector to the housing base using leads the APM AUX+ and th e two
the self-clinch nuts provided. BLACK leads to AUX- on the APM.
3) Remove one of the PSB820 chassis plate 9) Connect BATT+ and BATT- on the second
fixing screws and replace with a 55mm PSU to BATT+ and BAT_ on the first
spacer, repeat for each fixing screw (x PSU.
4). Fit the four 20mm spacers to the 10) Connect the lead between the two PSU
55mm spacers. Synch terminals.
4) Fit the second PSB820 to the 20mm
spacers and secure using the four fixing
screws.

AL+ AL- AR+ AR- BL+ BL- BR+ BR-

H1 H2

BR- BR+ BL- BL+


L14
AR- AR+ AL- AL+ L13

APM800
RL1 RL2 RL3 RL4

PL1

PL2

EXPANSION
LOOP
IN PL16 OUT PL9
JP2

JP1
LOOPB
A W/DOG
LOOP
W/DOG
JP3

ADDRESS
H22 H24 BASE

Fig. 44 MX2 Loop Power Expansion Kit

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Fig. 44 MX2 Loop Power E

Fig. 45 CPU Headers

2.8.4 MX2 CONTROLLER b) Connect the download lead (S/C No.


COMMISSIONING 557.200.118) to the computer serial port and
COM2 on the FIM.
Proceed as follows:
c) Fit Header H3 on the CPU, then press S1
a) Connect the mains plug from the PSB820 to ‘Reset’ until LED (D5) flashes.
the fixed mains socket on the back of the
housing. d) Run ‘MX CONSYS’ (refer to Publication
17A-06-X1), set Comm Port baud rate to
b) Switch on the mains supply. 115,200, select the ‘Transfer’ option from
c) Press ‘SILENCE BUZZER’ switch to the menu bar, then select ‘Firmware’, select
silence the internal sounder. the .DWN file then select ‘Open’, the
firmware will then be downloaded.
d) Connect the batteries as follows:
e) The LCD will display the message
Connect battery cables to +ve terminal of ‘RS-485 COMMS ERROR’ whilst the
battery one and to -ve terminal of battery download is taking place, the internal
two. buzzer will sound and cannot be silenced.
Connect +ve terminal of battery one to
PSB820 Con3 +BT and -ve terminal of f) Once the download is complete, remove
battery two to PSB820 Con3 -BT header H3.

Note: If the controller displays the following


2.8.5 DOWNLOADING CONFIGURATION symptoms, ‘SYSTEM FAULT LED’ on, the LCD
DATA displays ‘RS-485 COMMS ERROR’ and no
keys are operative, the controller may have
2.8.5.1 FIRMWARE entered a safe state. To clear this condition, it
If downloading new firmware (refer to Fig. 45), proceed as is necessary to clear the ‘non-volatile RAM’.
follows: This is achieved as follows:

a) Connect mains power to the controller, the Fit header link H2 to the CPU, press switch S1
Watchdog LED (D5) on the CPU should ‘Reset’ until LED (D5) flashes, wait 15 seconds
light continuously. Press S8 (RESET) on then remove H2 and press S1 again until D5
the OCM800 or SW3 (System Fault Reset) flashes. If the fault persists replace the CPU.
on DCM800 for MX2 to silence the internal
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2.8.5.2 CONFIGURATION DATA Once the self-test has proved the correct operation of the
printer, proceed as follows:
To download configuration data, proceed as follows:
f) Switch the printer OFF.
a) Power up controllers and repeaters.
g) Position the paper perforations at the
b) Connect and power up any repeaters required top-of-form position.
connected to the controller.
h) Switch the printer ON.
c) Remove header H3 if fitted.
d) Load the configuration file, then select the 2.9 DEVICE COMMISSIONING
‘Transfer’ option from the menu bar, then
select ‘Configuration’. 2.9.1 INTRODUCTION
e) On a new system, select the ‘All’ option or The function of module commissioning is to check that
if downloading ‘MX CONSYS’ each device responds correctly to an alarm condition. By
modifications, select ‘Mods’. the use of the controller’s built-in functions, this procedure
may be carried out by one engineer.
f) When the download is complete, select
‘Reset’ to reset the controller.
2.9.2 ENTERING PASSCODES
Note: If problems occur during configuration
download, fit header H2, press S1 ‘Reset’ and The controller’s built-in functions may be accessed by
try downloading again. entering an appropriate Access Code. In order to avoid
unnecessary repetition, the general procedure for entering a
Passcode is given below:
g) Remove header H2 and press S1 ‘Reset’.
h) Press SILENCE BUZZER switch to silence a) Press ‘F3 - Passcode’, enter your ID then
press ‘F5 - Enter’. If the ID is two digits,
internal buzzer.
then the cursor will move automatically to
i) Rectify all displayed faults. the Passcode entry.
b) Enter the 6-digit passcode, the screen will
display the menu options.
2.8.6 AUTOCONFIGURATION
The MX controller has a loop auto-configuration option, 2.9.3 COMMISSIONING PROCEDURE
which, when a loop or spur circuit(s) is working correctly
allows a loop(s) the controller to learn what devices are 2.9.3.1 PRINT POINTS
connected to the loop.
Before testing each device, it is strongly advised to obtain
This auto-configuration contains basic information which a printout of all the addressable points on each circuit, as
may be uploaded into MX CONSYS. this enables a check of all the correct analogue values and
statuses. (If no printer is available, this step may be
ignored). An example of a printout is given in Fig. 46.
2.8.7 PRINTER COMMISSIONING
For each printer connected on the system, check that: Note: A computer may be used instead of a printer
a) The DIP switch settings are correct, baud using the Windows™ Hyper Terminal function.
rate 4800, (9600, 19200, 38400, 57600 as
selected in MX CONSYS), 8 data, 1 stop
and no parity bit. Proceed as follows:
b) The correct connections have been made a) Enter your passcode.
(FIM COM1). b) Select menu option 6.
c) The printer is connected to the mains.
c) The display will show:
d) It has a ribbon fitted.
1 - Pts Isolated
e) It has paper loaded. 2 - Pts Unt./Fld.
Power up the printer in ‘self-test’ mode as described in the 3 - Point Values
printer manual. 4 - View Faults
5 - Loop Point Ctrs

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Panel : 1 ------------------------------------------ Time: 14:37:22 11-May-00 --


Loop A Point Analogue Values
NoseX Address Dev. Real Mode Sens. %Dirt/LTA
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Zone 001 A001 801 PH 801 PH 4 1 --3 (028)
0.0 %/m 028 19 oC 066 ---
Zone 002 A002 801 H 801 H 1 0 ---
--- 19 oC 066 ---
Zone 002 A003 801 I 801 I 0 1 15 (142)
0-0 (Y) 144 003 ---
Zone 003 A004 MIM800 MIM800 0 0 ---
100 --- ---
Zone 004 A005 CP 820 CP 820 0 0 ---
001 --- ---
Zone 004 A006 CIM800 CIM800 0 0 ---
090 --- ---
Zone 004 A009 S271f+ S271f+ 0 0 ---
69 0 ---

Fig. 46 Print Points Output

Where:
‘Address’ - gives zone. loop & point number
‘Dev’ - is the device type
‘Real’ - is the device type read from the device
‘Mode’ - is the mode of operation of a detector
‘Sens.’ - is the sensitivity setting on the detector
‘%Dirt/LTA’ - is the dirtiness/ long term average of a detector

d) Select option 3, then select a device on a loop. Press F5 ‘Enter’,


The device selected will be displayed.
e) Press F5 ‘Enter’ twice to print out the loop information.

Tables 8 and 9 give the detector and ancillary modes and sensitivity levels.

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DETECTOR MODEL/
DETECTOR TYPE ID SENSITIVITY
MODE MODE No.
LEVELS
LAND MARINE
801H 811H A2S 0
20 21 A1R 1 NONE
CR 2
801PH 811PH OPTICAL 0 3 (0 - 2)
10 11 HP0 1 3 (0 - 2)
A2S 2 NONE
A1R 3 NONE
OPTICAL + A2S 4 3 (0 - 2)
HPO + A2S 5 3 (0 - 2)
801CH CO ONLY 0 3 (0 - 2)
30 COMPENSATED CO 1 3 (0 - 2)
-
A2S 2 NONE
A1R 3 NONE
- 811CH
COMPENSATED CO + A1R 0 2 (0 - 1)
31
801I
- IONISATION 0 3 (0 - 2)
40
S271f+/S271i+
FLAME 0
60
Table. 8
DETECTOR VALUES
Heat: -10°C - +100°C
CO: 0ppm - 100ppm
Optical: 0.0% - 6%
Ion: Y = 0.0 - 1.2
A value different to zero may be indicated even if the detector is not dirty. This is because the
value may be influenced by temperature, humidity or air pressure

% dirtiness: 0% - 100% (optical and ion only)


Value indicates how far long term average value has drifted away from its original value
0% = original value = clean detector
100% = dirty detector ie fault message is generated

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ANCILLARY/
MODE ABREVIATION MODE No. SENSITIVITY
ANCILLARY TYPE ID
MIM800 STYLE B, N.O. B,no 0
128 STYLE C, N.O. C,no 1 NONE
STYLE C, N.C. C,nc 2
CIM800 STYLE B, N.O. B,no 0
145 STYLE C, N.O. C,no 1
STYLE C, N.C. C,nc 2
NONE
STYLE D, N.O. D,no 3
STYLE E, N.O. E,no 4
STYLE E, N.C. E,nc 5
DIM800 STYLE B B 0 RESET &
146 STYLE C C 1 VERIFICATION
STYLE D D 2 TIME
STYLE E E 3
DIM800 STYLE B B 0
146 STYLE C C 1
NONE
(INT) STYLE D D 2
STYLE E E 3
RIM800
- - - NONE
161
SNM800 DC SOUNDERS - 0
NONE
177 AC SPEAKERS 1
APM800
162
CP820
129
CP830
130
CP820M
131
CP830M
132
Table. 9

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2.9.3.2 TESTING DEVICES d) Repeat the procedure from a) until all


isolator bases have been checked.
The controller has a built-in function (Walk Test) which
allows the response of devices to an alarm condition to be
tested without actioning a full alarm at the controller. 2.9.3.4 SOUNDER COMMISSIONING
Proceed as follows: Proceed as follows:
a) Enter your password. a) Remove the temporary EOL resistors fitted
b) Select menu option 7. in para 2.4.2, wire the common sounder
circuits (H3) to the FIM ensuring correct
c) Select option 1 (Walk Test). polarity.
d) Select the type of Walk Test to be carried b) Enter the passcode, then select menu option
out, then select the Sector or Zone to be 7, option 1, the LCD will display:
tested.
1 - Point I/P only
e) Press F5 (Enter) then F5 (Start), information
2 - Zone I/P only
will be displayed about the Sector/Zone
selected and the following Walk Test 3 - Zone Detectors
information: 4 - Zone Callpoints
5 - Zone Sounders (not yet implemented)
Covered :
6 - All Inputs
Excluded :
7 - All Detectors
Been Activ. :
8 - All Callpoints
Been Clear :
9 - All Sounders (not yet implemented)
Successfully:
Cur. Active :
c) Select option 9, then press F5
(Start). Check that all sounders are
2.9.3.3 801IB ISOLATOR BASE functioning as required.
COMMISSIONING
Short out the addressable loop between two isolator bases,
after approximately 60 seconds the Controller should Note: Steps b) and c) are not yet implemented, test
respond as follows (using the ‘Fast Fault’ option 4, from the sounders either by forcing the points or by
diagnostics menu will reduce the response time to using the ‘Evacuate’ switch.
approximately 6 seconds):
i) The ‘FAULT’ LED will light. 2.9.3.5 COMPLETION OF CABLING
ii) The fault message:
Wire up the following connections as required:
ADDR LOOP OPEN CCT
H8 Alarm relay N/O, C, N/C, 100nF EOL
will be displayed on the LCD and capacitor for dc loads
NO RESPONSE H7 Fault relay N/O, C, N/C, 100nF EOL
capacitor for dc loads
Messages from devices between the two
isolator bases will be accessible by H6 Emergency alarm I/P 100Ω or less to
scrolling through the log. The number of activate
faults will also be displayed on the Fault H5 Unsupervised I/P any value EOL up to 10kΩ
Counter.
H4 Supervised I/P 6mA maximum @
24V dc nominal. 10kΩ
iii) The internal buzzer will bee.p EOL
Contact 2kΩ in parallel

b) Press the ‘Silence Buzzer’ pushbutton, the 2.9.3.6 BATTERIES


internal buzzer should silence but the Label the batteries with the date of commissioning.
‘FAULT’ LED should remain lit.
c) Remove the short and ensure that after
approximately 45 seconds all fault messages
have cleared and the ‘FAULT’ LED has
gone out.

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2.10 COMPLETION AND HANDOVER TO Proceed as follows:


CUSTOMER a) Test each loop in turn by setting a device
into fault as follows:
2.10.1 DATE/TIME SETTING
i) for an MUB base, remove the detector;
When initially powered-up or after a complete power loss,
the clock will start running from Wed 01-Jan-92 00:00. In ii) for an ancillary device, disconnect the
order to set the date and time correctly, proceed as follows: EOL resistor or associated circuit.
a) Enter your password.
b) Select option 4, then option 1, the LCD will 2.10.5 HANDOVER PROCEDURE
Display: When the system has been commissioned, hand over the
Date : 01 -Jan-92 installation to the customer in accordance with standard
Time : 00:00:00 Company instructions. In particular, ensure that the
customer is familiar with the operation of the system and is
aware of the implications of the relevant standards.
c) The time can be changed by entering a Ensure that NO documentation is left in the Controller
number or using the ‘+’ and ‘-’ keys. The housing or any other associated housing.
‘>>’ key is used to move the cursor.
d) The Month can be set by entering numbers 1
to 9 equivalent to Jan to Sep.
e) When the date and time are correct, press F5
(Save), the new date and time will
automatically be displayed.

2.10.2 TESTING THE SYSTEM


Test all configured options on the system to ensure that the
system is working correctly.

2.10.3 TESTING ALARMS


Note: In order to prevent excessive travelling
between the controller and devices, it is
recommended that the following procedure be
carried out by two engineers equipped with 2-
way communication devices.

Proceed as follows:
a) Test each loop in turn by setting a callpoint
or other Alert I/P configured device into
alarm as follows:
i) For a Callpoint, insert the test key into the
bottom of the unit.
ii) For a detector, gas it in the approved
manner.

2.10.4 TESTING FAULTS


Note: In order to prevent excessive travelling
between the controller and devices, it is
recommended that the following procedure be
carried out by two engineers equipped with 2-
way communication devices.

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3. ORDERING INFORMATION MX2-FB Panel/Repeater Flush


Mount Bezel: 557.200.209
C.I.E.s MX2-FBX Expansion Box Flush
MX1000 1-loop C.I.E.: 557.200.001 Mounting Bezel: 557.200.210
MX4000 2 to 4-loop C.I.E. - Shallow: 557.200.003 Ancillary Housing 8: 557.180.096
MX4000 2 to 4-loop C.I.E.- Deep: 557.200.004 Ancillaries Stacking Kit: 557.180.095
MX4000 2 to 4-loop C.I.E. Shallow -
Flush: 557.200.009 C.I.E. MODULES
MX4000M 2 to 4 loop C.I.E. FIM801 1-Loop Field I/F Module: 557.202.000
3 Tier with Window: 557.200.100 FIM802 2-Loop I/F Module: 557.202.001
MX4000M 2 to 4 loop C.I.E. XLM800-MX 2-Loop Expansion Card: 557.202.007
5 Tier with Window: 557.200.101
CPU800 Central Processor Unit: 557.202.002
T2000 2 to 4-loop Marine C.I.E.: 557.200.600
PSM800 Standard Power Supply
MX2-100 1-Loop Shallow Housing: 557.200.200 Module: 557.202.003
MX2-110 1-Loop Shallow Housing PSM800M Marine Standard Power
c/w ANN Annunciator: 557.200.202 Supply Module: 557.202.403
MX2-200 2-Loop Shallow Housing: 557.200.201 PSB800 Power Supply with
MX2-210 2-Loop Shallow Housing Loop Booster: 557.202.005
c/W ANN Annunciator: 557.200.203 PSB800M Marine Power Supply with
MX2-201 2-Loop Deep Housing: 557.200.204 Loop Booster: 557.202.405
MX2-211 2-Loop Deep Housing PSB820 MX2 Power Supply with
c/w ANN Annunciator: 557.200.205 Loop Booster: 557.202.202
MX4000 Black Box 2-4 Loop PSM820 MX2 Standard Power Supply
Network Panel: 557.200.027 Module: 557.202.203
IOB800 8in/8out Expansion Board
with Cable: 557.202.006
Options
MPM800 Multi-Purpose
17Ah Battery & Expansion Box: 557.200.005 Interface Module: 557.202.012
17Ah Battery & Expansion Box - Flush: 557.200.019 OCM800 Operator Control Module
38Ah Battery & Expansion Box: 557.200.006 c/w Blank: 557.202.013
38Ah Battery & Expansion Box - Deep: 557.200.016 DCM800 Display Control Module: 557.202.200
MX Repeater 24V dc: 557.200.012 ODM800 Operator Display Module
c/w Cable: 557.202.019
MX Repeater C/W PSU: 557.200.013
ANN840 40-way Alarm/Fault
MX Repeater 24V dc - Flush: 557.200.017 LED Module: 557.202.021
MX Repeater C/W PSU - Flush: 557.200.018 ANN880 80-way Alarm LED Module: 557.202.022
MXAPSU 17Ah Addressable PSU: 557.200.014 ANN881 MX2 80-Way Zonal
5A PSU 38Ah Addressable PSU: 557.200.015 Alarm Annunciator: 557.202.201
PSB800K Power Expansion Kit: 557.202.040 COM800 20-Way Status/Command
T2000 Marine Repeater: 557.200.601 Module: 557.202.020
T2000 Battery Box: 557.200.602 TLI800 ThornNet Interface and Cable: 557.202.026
T2000 Battery Box c/w Mimics 557.200.603 APM800 Addressable PSU
Monitor Module: 557.202.027
‘H’ Mounting Bracket: 557.180.454
XIOM 16-way I/O Expansion
19” Mounting Kit: 557.180.452 Board with Cable: 557.180.016
T2000 Spare Front Door: 557.200.607 TLI800-G MX-Net/MX Graph I/F
MX2-R Repeater Shallow Housing: 557.200.206 and 240V PSU: 557.200.038
MX2-XBO Expansion Box Shallow: 557.200.207 MX Remote Diagnostic Modem: 557.202.036
MX2-XB1 Expansion Box Deep: 557.200.208 LX-300 9 Pin Dot Matrix Printer: 557.202.037
FB800 15-Way Fuseboard: 557.202.100

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ANCILLARIES 801RB Relay Base: 516.800.905


MIM800 Mini Input Module: 555.800.001 801SB Sounder Base: 516.800.907
CIM800 Contact Input Module: 555.800.002 802SB Sounder Base: 516.800.910
CIM800 Contact Input Module 901SB Sounder Base: 516.800.911
& Cover: 555.800.032 801RIL Remote LED Indicator: 516.800.908
RIM800 Relay Interface Module: 568.800.003 801HL Remote LED Indicator: 516.800.909
RIM800 Relay Interface Module MP69 Duct Probe Unit: 517.025.036
& Cover: 568.800.033 SMP69 Stainless Steel Duct Probe Unit: 517.025.035
HVR800 High Voltage relay Interface: 568.800.004 800SA Detector Shorting Adaptor: 517.050.002.A/T
HVR800 High Voltage relay Interface 800F Detector Address Flags
Housed: 568.800.034 (Pack 100): 516.800.915
SNM Sounder Notification Module: 577.800.005 Address Flag Labels - Loop A
SNM Sounder Notification Module (White) 516.800.931
& Cover: 577.800.035 Address Flag Labels - Loop B
SB520 Sounder Booster: 577.001.023 (Yellow) 516.800.932
SB520 Sounder Booster: 577.001.033 Address Flag Labels - Loop C
LPS800 Loop Power Sounder Module: 577.800.011 (Purple) 516.800.933
LPS800 Loop Power Sounder Module Address Flag Labels - Loop D
& Cover: 577.800.041 (Green) 516.800.934
DIM800 Detector Input Module: 555.800.012 800RT Detector removal Tool: 516.800.917
DIM800 Detector Input Module 801AP Service Tool: 516.800.918
& Cover: 555.800.042 DHM69 Deckhead Mounting Unit: 517.001.231
LI800 Line Isolator Module: 545.800.001 800EM Euro Mounting Kit: 516.800.921
LI800 Line Isolator Module & Cover: 545.800.031 Spare Ancillary Programming Lead: 516.800.922
APM800 Power Supply Monitor Module: 557.202.028
RSM800 Repeater DC/DC Converter: 557.202.026 CP820 Indoor Callpoint (T/A/Y): 514.800.503
PRN800 Printer Kit: 557-202-024 CP830 Outdoor callpoint (T/A/Y): 514.800.504
BDM800 Beam Detector Module CP820M Marine Indoor Callpoint: 514.800.505.T
c/w Cover: 555.800.066 CP830M Marine Outdoor Callpoint: 514.800.506.T
BTM800 Beam Terminal Module
c/w Cover: 555.800.067
CABLES AND SPARES

DETECTORS/CALLPOINTS FIM Modem Lead: 557.202.116


FIM/MPM Printer Lead: 557.202.117
801PH Optical Smoke + Heat
Detector (T/A/W/Y): 516.800.500 MX CONSYS Download Lead: 557.202.118
801CH CO + Heat Detector (T/A/W/Y): 516.800.501 Blank Half Module - Grey Overlay: 557.201.300
801H Heat Detector (T/A/W/Y): 516.800.502 Standard MX Backbox: 557.201.301
801I Ionisation Detector (T/A/W/Y): 516.800.515 Deep MX Backbox: 557.201.302
811PH Optical Smoke + Heat MX Door c/w Hinge and Bracket: 557.201.305
Detector: 516.800.507 Standard MX Expansion Backbox: 557.201.306
811CH CO + Heat Detector: 516.800.508 Deep MX Expansion Backbox: 557.201.310
811H Heat Detector: 516.800.509 MX Programmer Lead - Spare Pins: 516.800.924
S271f+ MX Digital Addressable MX Service UK - Accessory Kit: 516.800.923
Triple IR Flame Detector: 516.041.003
MX Service Password Management Kit: 516.800.926
S271i+ MX Digital Addressable
100nF EOL Capacitor for
Triple IR Flame Detector: 516.041.004
Alarm/Fault Relays: 125.804.026
Minerva Universal Base: 517.050.001
801IB Isolator Base: 516.800.903

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PUBLICATION:
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ISSUE No. & DATE:
3 8/03

SOFTWARE
MX CONSYS Dongle & Licence: 557.203.001
MX Remote Dongle & Licence: 557.203.002
MX Graph S/W Licence A - 1 Node: 508.020.201
MX Graph S/W Licence B - 2 to 5 Node: 508.020.202
MX Graph S/W Licence C - Unlimited: 508.020.203
MX Graph - S/W D Extra Workstation: 508.020.204

JM/jm
14th August 2003

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