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TSA-1000X

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LEGAL NOTICE
Note
i Fire alarm systems are composed and assembled of different devices and
subsystems, such as control panels, annunciators, smoke detectors, heat
detectors, manual call points, extinguishing activation devices, and
annunciating devices intended to alert to fire / smoke.
Using this system does not ensure protection from or prevention of fire and/or
smoke damages, but proper use of the system may reduce fire and smoke
damages.
Proper system configuration design, including all of its components
and infrastructure, as well as proper installation according to the
manufacturers' instructions and the applicable standards – are a
conditioned precedent for the proper and efficient function of the
system.
The designer and installer should have the appropriate skills and
qualifications for performing said installation and all damages or losses
resulting from improper design and/or installation lie with the designer and/or
installer alone.
All loss or damage caused by improper action shall lie with the
originator of said improper action.
The manufacturer shall not be liable for any fire and/or fire damages caused
by fire in location where fire systems are installed and or results of direct or
indirect fire damage that may be caused to any persons and/or property
and/or third parties as a result of using the product and/or resulting from its
inaction.
TSA-1000X
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Record of Changes
No. Date Revision Details Author
1 17.10.10 1.0 Initial Release I. Reshef
2 20.10.10 1.1 Correct the date of the Initial Release. I. Reshef
Change explanation of zone 4 PB so when configured as
member of the extinguishing group it operates in the same
way and with the same delay as the Manual Activation
panel mounted switch.
3 25.01.2012 1.12 Remove different colors, correct spelling mistakes I. Reshef
Add "Suitability of use" and "Means to limit the
consequence of faults"
Move the above from "Installation" to "Important Notes"
Move level 1 header to top of page
Update Additional System Documentation
Update Routine Testing
Delete list of changes above
Add "Instructions for immediate action" from a separate file

Note
i The terms "Control Panel" as used in NFPA 72 guideline and UL 864
standard, and "Control and Indicating Equipment" (CIE), as used in EN 54
standards, are used interchangeably throughout this manual.

Note
i The terms “Trouble” as used in NFPA 72 guideline and UL 864 standard and
“Fault” as used in EN 54 standards are used interchangeably throughout this
manual

Note
i All maintenance and repair work performed on the TSA-200 shall be
performed by qualified and authorized personnel ONLY

Note
i Do not install, operate, or maintain this product before fully reading and
thoroughly understanding this manual.

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Table of Contents
1 INTRODUCTION ............................................................................................1
2 FUNCTIONS AND OPTIONS.........................................................................2
2.1 EN 12094-1 – COMPULSORY FUNCTIONS ....................................................... 2
2.2 EN 54-2 – OPTIONS WITH REQUIREMENTS ...................................................... 2
2.3 EN 12094-1 – OPTIONS WITH REQUIREMENTS ................................................ 3
2.4 ADDITIONAL FUNCTIONS ................................................................................. 3
2.5 SUPPORT FUNCTIONS .................................................................................... 3

3 IMPORTANT NOTES .....................................................................................4


3.1 MANUAL TRIGGERING DEVICES ....................................................................... 4
3.2 MANUAL TRIGGERING AND ZONE 4 .................................................................. 4
3.3 TWO ZONES COINCIDENCE ............................................................................. 5
3.4 DEPENDENCY ON MORE THAN ONE ALARM SIGNAL .......................................... 5
3.5 NOTE REGARDING DEFAULT CONFIGURATION .................................................. 6
3.6 MAXIMUM NUMBER OF DETECTORS ................................................................. 6
3.7 SUITABILITY OF USE IN VARIOUS ENVIRONMENTS .............................................. 6
3.8 LIMITING THE CONSEQUENCES OF FAULTS....................................................... 7

4 TERMS, DEFINITIONS AND ABBREVIATIONS ...........................................9


4.1 ABBREVIATIONS ............................................................................................. 9
4.2 TERMS AND DEFINITIONS ................................................................................ 9

5 SAFETY .......................................................................................................10
5.1 GROUNDING AND MAINS SUPPLY CONNECTION .............................................. 10
5.2 BATTERIES HANDLING AND SAFETY ............................................................... 11

6 ACCESS LEVELS........................................................................................12
7 TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS ..................................................................13
7.1 MAIN ELEMENTS .......................................................................................... 13
7.2 NUMBERING OF INPUTS AND OUTPUTS .......................................................... 13
7.3 TABLE OF TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS, TSA-1000X...................................... 14
7.4 DEFAULT PORTS ALLOCATION AND ECD CONFIGURATION .............................. 19

8 TSA-1000X CONTROL PANEL ASSEMBLY ..............................................21


8.1 THE ENCLOSURE AND MAJOR SUBASSEMBLIES .............................................. 21
8.2 POWER SUPPLY, CHARGER AND BATTERIES .................................................. 21
8.3 FRONT PANEL .............................................................................................. 22

9 INSTALLATION ...........................................................................................23

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9.1 PRE-INSTALLATION PLANNING....................................................................... 23


9.2 MOUNTING................................................................................................... 24
9.3 CONNECTING THE INPUTS AND OUTPUTS ....................................................... 25
9.4 INSTALLATION OF DETECTORS AND MANUAL CALL POINTS.............................. 27
9.5 CONNECTING THE INTERFACES TO THE ECD.................................................. 28
9.6 CONNECTING THE MAINS POWER, BATTERIES, AND GROUNDING .................... 29

10 CONNECTING EXTINGUISHING EQUIPMENT ..........................................31


10.1 EXTINGUISHING ADAPTERS ........................................................................... 31
10.2 NUMBER OF EXTINGUISHING ADAPTERS ........................................................ 31
10.3 FIKE FIRERASER ....................................................................................... 32
10.4 FIKE GCA.................................................................................................... 32
10.5 GREENEX AEROSOL CONTAINERS ................................................................ 33
10.6 FIREPRO AEROSOL CONTAINERS .................................................................. 33
10.7 SAFE SOLENOID ACTIVATED GAS CONTAINERS ............................................ 34

11 USER INTERFACE-DISPLAY AND KEYBOARD .......................................35


11.1 THE GENERAL LEDS DISPLAY AREA IS SHOWN BELOW.................................... 36
11.2 STATUS DISPLAY.......................................................................................... 37
11.3 KEYBOARD .................................................................................................. 38
11.4 ZONE INDICATORS ........................................................................................ 38
11.5 EXTINGUISHING ZONE DISPLAY ..................................................................... 39

12 CONTROL PANEL OPERATION ................................................................40


12.1 CONTROL PANEL CONDITIONS AND FUNCTIONS .............................................. 40
12.2 CONTROL PANEL INTERFACES AND CAPABILITIES ........................................... 40
12.3 CONTROL, STATUS AND EVENTS FLOW ......................................................... 42

13 OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS ....................................................................49


13.1 DEFAULT OPERATION ................................................................................... 49
13.2 MANUAL ONLY ............................................................................................. 49
13.3 MANUAL ACTIVATION .................................................................................... 49
13.4 ABORT ........................................................................................................ 49
13.5 HOLD .......................................................................................................... 50
13.6 FLOW SWITCH ............................................................................................. 50
13.7 PRESSURE SWITCH ...................................................................................... 50
13.8 TERMINATE SWITCH ..................................................................................... 50
13.9 RESET ......................................................................................................... 51
13.10 SILENCING ................................................................................................... 51
13.11 DISABLEMENT .............................................................................................. 52

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13.12 FAULT ......................................................................................................... 52


13.13 SUPERVISORY.............................................................................................. 52
13.14 AUXILIARY ................................................................................................... 53
13.15 INTERNAL BUZZER ........................................................................................ 53
13.16 ALARM VERIFICATION ................................................................................... 53
13.17 EVACUATION ................................................................................................ 53
13.18 FIELD TEST AND TEST STATE ........................................................................ 53

14 CONTROL PANEL CONFIGURATION AND PROGRAMMING ..................54


14.2 MENU STRUCTURE ....................................................................................... 55
14.3 ENTERING THE PROGRAMMING MODE ........................................................... 55
14.4 KEY FUNCTIONS DURING PROGRAMMING ...................................................... 55
14.5 DISPLAY DURING PROGRAMMING .................................................................. 56
14.6 PROGRAMMING SEQUENCE........................................................................... 57
14.7 NON PROGRAMMABLE OUTPUT FUNCTIONS ................................................... 58
14.8 RELAY PROGRAMMING ................................................................................. 58
14.9 INPUT PROGRAMMING .................................................................................. 59
14.10 OUTPUT PROGRAMMING ............................................................................... 61
14.11 EXTINGUISHING PULSE DELAY PROGRAMMING............................................... 62
14.12 EXTINGUISHING PULSE DURATION PROGRAMMING ......................................... 62
14.13 RESET INHIBIT PERIOD PROGRAMMING.......................................................... 62
14.14 MANUAL ACTIVATION DELAY PROGRAMMING ................................................. 63
14.15 SAVING DATA AND EXITING THE PROGRAMMING MODE ................................... 63

15 SUPPORT FUNCTIONS PROGRAMMING .................................................64


15.1 EVACUATION (EVC) ..................................................................................... 64
15.2 DISABLING OR ENABLING A ZONE OR AN OUTPUT (OFF)................................. 64
15.3 FIELD TEST (FT) ........................................................................................... 65
15.4 EVENT LOG (LOG) ....................................................................................... 65
15.5 ALARM COUNTER (ALC) ............................................................................... 65
15.6 CONFIGURATION COUNTER ........................................................................... 66
15.7 CHANGING PASSWORD (PAS)....................................................................... 66
15.8 SETTING TIME AND DATE (T+D) ..................................................................... 66
15.9 LAMP TEST (LT)............................................................................................ 66
15.10 ADDITIONAL INFORMATION (INF).................................................................... 66
15.11 RESTORING DEFAULT CONFIGURATION (DEF)................................................ 66

16 COMMISSIONING........................................................................................68
17 MAINTENANCE ...........................................................................................69

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18 ROUTINE TESTING .....................................................................................70


18.1 WEEKLY INSPECTION – TO BE PERFORMED BY SITE PERSONNEL ................... 70

19 TROUBLESHOOTING .................................................................................71
19.1 MAINTENANCE ALERT ................................................................................... 71
19.2 SYSTEM STATUS DISPLAY INDICATIONS ......................................................... 71
19.3 SYSTEM FAULTS .......................................................................................... 71
19.4 PROGRAMMING FAULTS ................................................................................ 73

20 CERTIFICATION ..........................................................................................75
20.1 CE LABEL .................................................................................................... 75

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Tables of Figures
Figure 1 TSA-1000X System Symbolic Functional Diagram 8
Figure 2 Chassis Mounting Holes 25
Figure 3 Routing cables in the TSA-1000X Enclosure 26
Figure 4 Connecting Two Detectors and a TPB-10R Break-Glass MCP 28
Figure 5 Main Board Connectors 28
Figure 6 Expansion Module Connectors 29
Figure 7 Connecting the grounding wire to the Chassis 30
Figure 8 Connecting a FIRERASER Cylinder for Automatic Extinguishing 32
Figure 9 Connecting a GCA-Activated Extinguishing Cylinder 32
Figure 10 Connecting a GreenEX Aerosol Extinguishing Container 33
Figure 11 Connecting FirePro Aerosol Generators 34
Figure 12 Connecting SAFE Solenoid Activated gas containers 34
Figure 13 Front Panel-Display and Keyboard 35
Figure 14 General LEDs Display Area 36
Figure 15 Status Display 37
Figure 16 Keyboard 38
Figure 17 Zone Indicators 38
Figure 18 Extinguishing Zone Indicators 39
Figure 19 Menu Structure 55
Figure 20 The status display representation of digits and letters 57
Figure 21 Device selection 58
Figure 22 Display during relay programming 59
Figure 23 Relay Contacts, Normal Operations and Upon Activation 59
Figure 24 Display during input programming 60
Figure 25 Display during output programming 61
Figure 26 TSA-1000X CE label 75

List of Tables
Table 1 Technical Specifications 18
Table 2 IDC cable selection 23
Table 3 Wiring Characteristics’ influence on System Performance 26
Table 4 TSA-1000X Table of States 46

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1 Introduction
The TSA-1000X Electrical Automatic Control and Delay Device (CDE) is designed in
accordance with EN 54-2; EN 54-4; and EN 12094-1 Standards.
The TSA-1000X is a combined conventional (i.e. Non Addressable) Fire Alarm Control
Panel (Control and Indication Equipment, CIE) and an Extinguishing Control and Delay
Device (CDE).
It supports one flooding zone and four inputs, of which three are detector zones inputs
and one input is a programmable Detector/MCP/Auxiliary/Manual Activation input. All
four inputs can contribute to the extinguishing decision group (referred to in this manual
also as the decision matrix).
The TSA-1000X has an internal and integral Power Supply/Charger, the PS_40W,
designed and certified to EN 54-4.
In addition to being a Gas Extinguishing system, the TSA-1000X, due to its flexibility and
the additional options it supports, can also control other extinguishing systems, such as
water and aerosol systems.
Using Telefire's proprietary adapters, the extinguisher output can drive different
extinguishing devices, such as solenoids, GCA, Detonators, etc.
Most inputs and outputs of the TSA-1000X are pre-assigned and fixed function, and it is
shipped with a default configuration and parameters. However, Input No. 4 of the Main
Board, output 4 of the Main Board and relay 6 of the EM083 expansion board can be
programmed, and the Control Panel can be configured to adapt to different extinguisher
systems and sites' requirements (Using Telefire's proprietary extinguishing adapters).

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2 Functions and Options


2.1 EN 12094-1 – Compulsory Functions
The TSA-1000X supports the EN 12094-1, paragraph 4.3.2, compulsory functions, as
follows:
• 4.3.2 a). Reception and processing of input triggering signals –This requirement is
met by providing 4 inputs, 3 of which are detection zones inputs and one input is
programmable as a detector zone input, an MCP (Manual Call Point) or as a
supervisory input.
Manual triggering is provided by a dedicated panel mounted push button arranged
for manual, double action, and positive activation. Remote device activation is also
provided.
• 4.3.2 b). Transmission of the extinguishing signal – This requirement is met by
providing a dedicated, monitored, change polarity Extinguishing output.
• 4.3.2 c). Activation of alarm devices – This requirement is met by providing an
extinguishing sounder strobe. This sounder/strobe flashes in the activated state, and
is constantly ON when the extinguisher is activated
• 4.3.2 d). Indication of condition- The TSA100x has a multitude of LEDs to indicate
its condition. In addition' it supports a three digit 7 segment display so additional
information is displayed
• 4.3.2 e). Transmission of the incorrect status of components -The requirement is
met by providing a Pressure Switch Input, by incorporating a Fault Warning relay,
and by providing a connection for a Fault Dialer (FWRE-Fault Warning Routing
Equipment)
• 4.3.2 f). Transmission of the information of the Released condition – A dedicated
Open Collector output is provided to meet this requirement
In addition to complying with the mandatory requirements of the EN 54-2; EN 54-4 and
EN 12094-1 standards, the TSA-1000X also supports the following options with
requirements:

2.2 EN 54-2 – Options with Requirements


• Output to fire alarm devices – EN 54-2 Section 7.8 option with requirements
• Output to fire alarm routing equipment – EN 54-2 Section 7.9 option with
requirements
• Output to fire protection equipment – EN 54-2 Section 7.10 option with requirements
• Delays of the actioning of outputs to fire alarm devices and Fire Alarm Routing
Equipment– EN 54-2 Section 7.11 option with requirements
• Coincidence detection– EN 54-2 Section 7.12 option with requirements
(Provided as a two zones coincidence and as a single/Dual zone AVF- Alarm
Verification Function)
• Alarm Counter – EN 54-2 Section 7.13 option with requirements
• Total loss of power supply – EN 54-2 Section 8.4 option with requirements
• Output to fault warning routing equipment – EN 54-2 Section 8.9 option with
requirements
• Test condition – EN 54-2 Section 10 option with requirements

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2.3 EN 12094-1 – Options with Requirements


• Delay of extinguishing signal – EN 12094-1-2 Section 4.17 option with requirements;
a programmable, 0-50 seconds delay is provided
• Signal representing the flow of extinguishing agent – EN 12094-1 Section 4.18
option with requirements
• Monitoring the status of components – EN 12094-1 Section 4.19 option with
requirements. A pressure switch input is provided
• Emergency hold device – EN 12094-1 Section 4.20 option with requirements
• Control of flooding time – EN 12094-1 Section 4.21 option with requirements. The
flooding time, or Extinguishing Pulse Duration, is programmable between 20-495
seconds, in 5 seconds steps.
• Manual Only mode – EN 12094-1 Section 4.23 option with requirements. A panel
mounted switch is provided to select this function
• Triggering signals to equipment within the system – EN 12094-1 Section 4.24 option
with requirements. An output to an "Extinguisher Activated" sign is provided
• Triggering signals to equipment outside the system – EN 12094-1 Section 4.26
option with requirements. Two dedicated (1st stage and 2nd stage relays) and one
programmable relay (relay 6) are provided
• Emergency abort device – EN 12094-1 Section 4.27 option with requirements
• Activation of alarm devices with different signals – EN 12094-1 Section 4.30 option
with requirements, The Extinguishing Sounder Strobe flashes in the Activated state,
and is continuously ON in the Released state

2.4 Additional Functions


In addition to the EN 54-2 and EN 12094-1 requirements and options with requirements
detailed above, the TSA-1000X also provides the following additional functions
• Supervisory and Auxiliary signals and indications.
• Detectors maintenance alert (For Telefire detectors ONLY)
• Manual activation of the Extinguishing Sounder Strobe (Evacuation function and
signal)
• Terminate switch (as per 12094-1, 4.21.5)
• Time and Date Clock (TOD)
• History File: Event Log, including time stamp (can be viewed by a PC only, through
an optional communication plug in board)
These functions and their programming, where applicable, will be explained later.

2.5 Support Functions


The TSA-1000X also provides the following support functions:
Setting the Time and date
Changing the password
Lights (LEDs) Test
(Display) Additional Information
Restoring Default Configuration

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3 Important Notes
3.1 Manual Triggering Devices
An integral Manual Triggering device (Push Button) is installed on the front panel of the
ECD.
This is a double action, positive activation device.
It is designed to prevent accidental activation, but it can be easily activated if the
operator deliberately chooses to operate it.

Note
i The Manual triggering device mounted on the front panel of the TSA-1000X
ECD is not in accordance to EN 12094-3.

Note
i If a remote (non panel mounted) extinguishing manual triggering device is
used, then USE ONLY an approved and certified Extinguishing Triggering
Device of the correct color as per EN 12094-3.

3.2 Manual Triggering and Zone 4


The EN 12094-1 standard, (para. 4.4,)requires the ECD to start the extinguishing when
triggered from a single source (zone) or from a Manual triggering device.
The standard also states that some countries require triggering from two independent
sources for starting the extinguishing process.
The TSA-1000X ECD default configuration is to enter the Activated state on trigger from
Zone1 AND Zone 2 (i.e. two zones coincidence). Zone 3 and 4 are fire alarm detectors
zone, and do not contribute to the extinguishing decision.
Zone 4 can be configured as a detector zone (default), a MCP input, a supervisory input,
or as a Push Button input.
If configured as "Push Button" (PB) input, and the zone is NOT configured as a member
of the extinguishing decision group, the input becomes a Manual Call Point (MCP) i.e. a
Fire Alarm input.
If zone 4 IS CONFIGURED AS A PB AND IS ALSO PROGRAMMED AS A MEMBER
OF THE EXTINGUISHING DECISION GROUP, the input becomes A MANUAL
TRIGGERING DEVICE (EXTINGUISHING!).
In this configuration, operating the PB will trigger the extinguisher after the same delay
as that of the integral triggering device programmed delay.

Note
i If a remote (non panel mounted) extinguishing manual triggering device is
used, then USE ONLY an approved and certified Extinguishing Triggering
Device of the correct color as per EN 12094-3.

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Note
i If a remote (non panel mounted) Manual Call Point is used, then USE ONLY
an approved and certified Device of the correct color as per EN 12094-3 and
EN 54-2.

If two zones coincidence is not required by your national regulations, you may change
the configuration so the ECD activates on any single zone which is configured as a
member of the Extinguishing Decision Group.

Note
i Trigger on coincidence of more than two independent sources does not
comply with the 12094-1 standard.

3.3 Two Zones Coincidence


The detailed explanation of the operation of the ECD is provided in CONTROL PANEL
OPERATION, page 40.
Two zones coincidence, required n some countries, is explained below,
When the ECD is configured for two zones coincidence, then a trigger from one of the
zones which are members of the extinguishing decision group will change the state of
the ECD to "Fire Alarm", and to the "Preactivated state". Trigger from a second zone,
which is a member of the extinguishing decision group, will cause the ECD to enter the
"Activated" state. If a Non-Zero Delay is programmed, the ECD will enter the "Pre
Discharge Warning Tim". If Delay is zero, or the warning time (delay) expires, the
extinguisher is triggered.
The default configuration of the TSA-1000X is activation on two zones coincidence of
zone 1 and zone 2.

Note
i If zones which are not members of the extinguishing decision group are
triggered, the ECD changes state to "Fire Alarm", BUT DOES NOT ENTER
THE PREACTIVATED/ACTIVATED states, and the extinguisher is NOT
ACTIVATED even if two such zones are triggered.

In the default Configuration, zone 3 and zone 4 are NOT MEMBERS of the extinguishing
decision group.

3.4 Dependency on More Than One Alarm Signal


The TSA-200X supports the "Dependency on more than one alarm signal" function, also
termed (By UL) "Alarm Verification Function" (AVF), as detailed in EN-54-2,
paragraph 7.12.
The alarm Delay and Confirmation (verification) feature allows the control panel to ignore
false, short and transient alarm events, which may cause a nuisance and unnecessary
extinguishing.
This feature is based on an Alarm Delay Period, and an Alarm Confirmation Period.
The alarm delay can be programmed, PER ZONE, to OFF (No Delay, No Alarm
Verification) or to ON. Each detection zone can be programmed independently.

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If the zone Alarm Delay is programmed ON, there is a 30 seconds alarm Delay. During
the delay period alarms are ignored. This is followed by a 180 seconds confirmation
period.
When a zone programmed for alarm verification is first triggered, the control panel resets
the zone in alarm, waits for 30 seconds (if Delay is ON) and enters a 180 seconds (3
minutes) confirmation period. During the 30 seconds delay period, alarms are ignored.
During the 180 seconds confirmation period, the control panel enters the alarm state
immediately if a trigger from the same zone or from another zone is received, even if the
other zone is programmed for alarm delay and confirmation).
If, during the alarm confirmation period, no alarm is received, the ECD reestablishes the
quiescent condition.
Each detectors zone can be independently programmed for Alarm Delay and
Confirmation, (Alarm Verification).
The dependencies supported, as per EN 54-2, paragraph 7.12 are type A or type B,
depending on the configuration of the TSA-200X.

3.5 Note Regarding Default Configuration

Note
i By default, the TSA-1000X is programmed for Two Zones Coincidence, and
NO Alarm Delay (No Alarm Verification).
To modify these and additional settings, the TSA-1000X must be
programmed accordingly.

3.6 Maximum Number of Detectors


EN 54-2 specifies a limit of 32 detectors per zone, which is the limit of each zone of the
TSA-1000X, hence the TSA-1000X is limited to 192 detectors.

3.7 Suitability of use in various environments


See Mounting, page 24
3.7.1 Environmental Limits and Protection Level
The TSA-200/TSA-200XT environmental limits are specified in EN-54-02:1998 para. 12.
The TSA-200 / TSA-200XT is specified for -5°C to +40°C, RH max 95% temperature
range, and IP30 protection level.

Note
i See Routing cables into the ECD and maintaining the protection level,
page 25, for information about maintaining the protection level.

Note
i Do not operate the ECD outside the specified limits.

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3.7.2 Suitable Environment


The TSA-200/TSA-200XT environmental limits are stated above. It is to be installed in
an indoors location, well ventilated location, protected from the elements.
Avoid locating the CP in direct sunlight or near sources of heat.
It is recommended to install the CP in an electrically quiet location (i.e. away from high
power cables, motors, etc).

3.8 Limiting the Consequences of Faults


See POWER SUPPLY, CHARGER AND BATTERIES, page 21 for explanation of
PS/Charger limiting/protection devices.
The Main Board, which contains the charging circuitry and the battery protective
resettable PTC, also has a common electronic limiter for most output ports (It does not
protect the contacts of relays!)), which are monitored by the CPU
If there is an overload on an output (or outputs), the common limiter shuts off, the buzzer
sounds and the visual fault indication and the Fault relay are switches ON. The CPU
switches OFF all the controlled outputs. It then switches ON the separate outputs in
sequence, until the faulty output is isolated. All "good" outputs are then switched ON,
except for the faulty outputs.
The controlled outputs (i.e. not relays' contacts or OC outputs) are continuously
monitored.
Recovery from faults is detected by the CPU and all relevant recovered outputs are
reactivated, if necessary.
Open Collector outputs are current limited by design, by series connected high value
resistors.
NOTE! The control panel shall be powered by a dedicated mains circuit with its own
circuit breaker.

Note
i Relays' contacts are neither monitored nor limited.
Connect external protective circuitry to the relays' contacts circuitry.

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Figure 1 TSA-1000X System Symbolic Functional Diagram

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4 Terms, Definitions and Abbreviations


4.1 Abbreviations
Abbreviation Meaning Remarks
CP Control Panel
ECD Electrical Automatic Control and Delay Device
TB Terminal Block
MCP Manual Call Point
PB Push Button
PC Personal Computer
PS Power Supply
PW Password
M Minute
# (Number)
FWRE Fault Warning Routing Equipment Fault Dialer
FARE Fire alarm Routing Equipment Alarm Dialer
AC Alternating Current
AH Ampere Hours
RH Relative Humidity
PTC Positive Temperature Coefficient (FUSE)
CIE Control and Indication Equipment

4.2 Terms and Definitions

TERM MEANING
Event A change which is detectable by the ECD and causes a response

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5 Safety

Note
i Do not install commission, operate, or maintain this product before fully
reading this manual.

Note
i Whenever possible, disconnect all power sources (Line AND Battery) from
the product before performing any work on the ECD.

5.1 Grounding and Mains Supply Connection

Note
i All installation, maintenance work and connecting/Disconnecting of the ECD
to power sources shall be performed according to applicable international,
national, regional and local codes and regulations, and the specific
instructions by the manufacturer.

Note
i All maintenance work should only be performed by trained, qualified and
certified personnel only.
Personnel that work on this equipment must fully read and comprehend this
manual.

Note
i Connection/Disconnection of the control panel to the mains should be
performed by QUALIFIED AND AUTHORIZED personnel ONLY

Note
i Disconnect all mains power wires (Line AND Neutral) to the circuit to which
you intent to connect the control panel, before actually connecting the mains
input power cable to the ECD.
Verify that the ECD enclosure is properly grounded before applying power.

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5.2 Batteries Handling and Safety

Note
i Batteries require special care and safety precautions.
Refer to the batteries’ manufacturer literature for full information.

The following information supplements and highlights manufacturer’s information.


WHEN HANDLING BATTERIES, OBSERVE THE MANUFACTURER’S
RECOMMENDATIONS REGARDING CLOTHING AND PROTECTIVE GEAR
Use two 12V 5 AH sealed Lead Acid batteries, such as Yuasa NP5-12 or equivalent,
connected in series.
Use the supplied wires to connect to the batteries, and to connect two batteries in series.
Since the batteries used are maintenance free, and the ECD automatically controls the
battery charging, discharge and test, no SPECIAL maintenance is required.

OBSERVE THE FOLLOWING:


Connect the battery to the ECD main board battery terminal block using the supplied
wires. Observe polarity.
Keep the batteries clean and dry
Keep the area well ventilated
Smoking, fire or sparks ARE NOT ALLOWED near batteries.
When working on batteries, DISCONNECT THE BATTERIES AND ALL OTHER
POWER SOURCES

Note
i If batteries show any signs of swelling, rupture, fluid leakage, emission of
gases or fluids, heating or discoloration, or accumulation of corrosion
products near the terminals, OR YOU HEAR A HISSING SOUND, disconnect
the batteries and replace with a new pair of the appropriate type.

Follow the manufacturer’s instructions for cleaning the batteries and the enclosure, if
necessary
Dispose of batteries properly
Do not short-circuit, puncture, crush, or dispose of batteries in fire.
Do not connect batteries to makeshift chargers or power supply.
Do not expose the batteries or its terminals to mechanical stress
Handling of materials that leak from the batteries should be done by qualified personnel
using the appropriate protective gear, materials, and procedures.
If the ECD indicates a battery fault, check the wiring.
If necessary, replace the batteries

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6 Access Levels
The control panel provides protection from unauthorized access of certain functions by
various access levels.
The TSA-1000X includes electronic and mechanical mechanisms that enact 4 access
levels, as per EN 12094-1 Annex A:
• Access level 1 – not limited, immediate access by operator
• Access level 2 (operator) – protected by an operator password. Provides all of
access level 1 functions and allows access to additional functions that are
performed on a regular basis by the system’s operator.

Note
i To avoid multiple PW key punching, there is a 3 minutes period after the
operator's PW has been entered, when the PW remains valid and effective,
which enables the operator to perform several tasks continuously without
entering the PW separately for each action.
(Since. In the password delay, the reentering of level 2 PW is not required,
level 2 access appears to be level 1 access, and level 3 appears to be level 2
access).

• Access level 3 (programmer & installer) – protected by a programmer password


(different from the operator's password!) or a mechanical key. Provides all of
access to level 1 and 2 functions and allows access to additional functions such as
programming, and access for functions performed during installation.

Note
i Access levels 2 and 3 have different passwords. This is not correlated to the
number of times the password has to be keyed in to access a certain menu.
Some sub-menus which are accessible at level 3, require that the level 3
(programmer) password be entered in a single menu, while others (for
additional safety) require the level 3 password to be entered in to different
menus.

• Access level 4 (manufacturer) – Only accessible using a dedicated PC SW tool or a


mechanical key.
The mechanically controlled access elements are detailed below.
The ECD enclosure has a door/front-panel with a mechanical lock. A detachable key is
required to open the lock, which requires a positive and deliberate action and prevents
accidental and non authorized access. Hence the access level to the batteries and AC
power lines and the field wiring connections is 3/4.
(SEE EN 12094-1 5.3.2)
Two switches are located on the front panel. A Manual &Automatic/Manual Only key-
switch and a Manual Activation Push Button switch.

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7 Technical Specifications
7.1 Main Elements
The TSA-1000X comprises the following major elements:
• A metal enclosure with a hinged and mechanically lockable door. The door also
serves as the front panel
• PS40W Power Supply / Charger
• TSA-1000X Main Board (1 change polarity output, 5 level activation outputs, 4
inputs, 3 relays)
• TSA-1000XE8 expansion board (8 inputs)
• TSA-1000XEM083 expansion board (8 Open Collector outputs, 3 relays)
• TSA-1000XD Display board
• Flat Cable for connecting the Main Board to the Display board
• Two 12V 5AH batteries (Connected in series).
• Link wire for connecting the two batteries in series
• Two (single) wires for connecting the batteries to the PS "BATTERY" TBs.
• Flat Cable for connecting the PS to the main Board
• Two 4 wire cables for connecting the MB to the TSA-1000E8 card.
• Clamp On ferrite on AC input cable
• Clamp On ferrite on flat cable from MB to the display board.

7.2 Numbering of Inputs and Outputs


Inputs: the Main board has four inputs numbered 1-4. The E8 expansion board has 8
inputs, MARKED and locally numbered 1-8.
However, in programming and operation, the status display of the e.c.d (7 segments, 3
digits) display refers to the 8 inputs such that they are numbered consecutively with the
main board- i.e. the 1-8 ports are displayed as 5-12.
Outputs; The MB has 6 outputs. Outputs 1-4 are displayed as is .Output 5, the Alarm
Dialer output, and output 6, the Fire alarm sounder (NOT THE EXTINGUISHING
SOUNDER!) are referred to in the programming mode display as d (dialer), H (Horn).
The EM083 expansion board has 8 Open Collector outputs, displayed as outputs 5-12
(number continues from output port 4, skipping the MB local ports 5, 6 as explained
above).
Relays; The MB has three relays numbered 1-3. The EM083 expansion card has three
relays, locally numbered 1-3, but referred to in the display as relays 4-6.

Note
i The ports numbers appearing in the silkscreen layer of the PCB are the local
numbers.

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7.3 Table of Technical Specifications, TSA-1000X

ITEM RATING REMARKS COMMUNICATION


PARAMETERS
MECHANICAL
Dimensions (W / H / D) 370 / 290 / 90 mm
Weight (excluding batteries) 3,600 gr.
ENVIRONMENTAL
Operating Temperature range -5°C ÷ +40°C, Max RH 95% Non condensing
IP rating 30 ! See note on maintaining level
Environmental class A

POWER RATINGS
Mains Supply 230VAC+10% -15%, 50Hz, 0.6A TB line connection
Mains Supply Fuse 3.15A 250VAC 5x20mm glass Fast Blow Bussman S500-3.15-R or equiv.
Power Supply output rating, 27.5V±0.3V, 8 pin header
Total output current 1.5A electronic current limit (including charge current),
5V output rating 5V, ±0.2V 0.5A electronic current limit
Max Ripple Voltage 28V & Charger out: 320mV, 5V out: 80 mV
Battery Type Two 12V 5AH connected in series Yuasa NP 12-5 or equivalent
Battery Charge Voltage 27.3V±0.2V Modulated DC
Battery Charge Current 0.3A max.

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PARAMETERS
Battery Fuse PTC, 3A
Current consumption from battery 150mA Quiescent condition, buzzer ON Panel Only
Current consumption, 280mA, two zones in alarm Panel Only
Max Current from Batteries 3A Protected by a PTC
Battery voltage range 20.4V DC min to 27.5V DC max
Max (single)battery size to 9.5 (W) by 7 (D) by 12.5 (H) cm each

MB INTERFACES

Fire Alarm Relay (1) contacts rating 48V DC, 1.5A, not monitored Dry contact SPDT
Fire Alarm Relay (2) contacts rating 48V DC, 1.5A, not monitored Dry contact SPDT
Fault Relay (3) contacts rating 48V DC, 1.5A, not monitored Dry contact SPDT NC when unpowered
OUTPUTS MB outputs are monitored
Outputs EOL 3.9 K ±5% Only required for MB outputs
MB output 1, Extinguisher Change Polarity, 1.4A electronic current limit OFF-6V. ON +24V, Change Polarity DC
Extinguisher release delay Programmable, 0-50 seconds, ±10% 5 seconds steps
Extinguisher release duration Programmable, 20-495 Seconds ±10% 5 seconds steps
Reset Inhibit period Programmable, 1-15 minutes 1 minute steps
MB out 2, Extinguishing Level Activation 24V DC, 0.8A electronic Flashes in Activated state. ON Modulated DC
Sounder /Strobe current limit in Released state,

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PARAMETERS
MB out 3, "Ext. Activated" sign Level Act. 24V DC, 0.8A electronic current
limit
MB out 4, programmable output Level Act. 24V DC, 0.8A electronic current
(default-alarm) limit
MB output Fire Alarm Dialer Level Act. 24V DC, 0.6A electronic current
limit
MB output Fire Alarm Sounder Level Act. 24V DC, 0.8A electronic current Silenceable.
limit
+24V output 24 Nominal 1.4A electronic current limit Not affected by reset
Reset able +24V output 24 Nominal 1.4A electronic current limit Not powered during Reset Switched DC
INPUTS NB inputs are monitored
Input alarm resistance range 70-630 Ω ±5%, Nominal alarm resistor 200 Ω
Input Normal Range 700 Ω – 6.5kΩ ±5%
Nominal EOL 3.9KΩ ±5%
Input Short Threshold 0-40 Ω±5%,
Input Open threshold 7.5kΩ to ∞
Inputs 1-3 See above for inputs characteristics Detectors
Input 4 See above for inputs characteristics Detector/MCP/Triggering
device, (Programmable)

E8 (inputs) Expansion card See above for inputs characteristics E8 card Inputs are monitored
Inputs 5 (Local 1) Abort

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PARAMETERS
Input 6 (2) Hold
Input 7(3) Flow Switch
Input 8 (4) Pressure Switch
Input 9 (5) Manual Only
Input 10 (6) Manual Activation
Input 11 (7) Terminate Switch For Test purposes ONLY.
Remove after test.
Input 12 (Local 8) Fault Dialer OUTPUT current 50mA Max. USED AS OUTPUT

EM083 (outputs) expansion card


EM083 OPEN COLLECTOR OC outputs are not monitored
OUTPUTS
OC 5 (Local 1) Abort 24V Nominal, 50mA
OC 6 (2) Hold 24V Nominal, 50mA
OC 7 (3) Released 24V Nominal, 50mA
OC 8 (4) Pressure Switch 24V Nominal, 50mA
OC 9 (5) Manual Only 24V Nominal, 50mA
OC 10 (6) 24V Nominal, 50mA Related to Zone 1
OC 11 (7) 24V Nominal, 50mA Related to Zone 2
OC 12 (Local 8) 24V Nominal, 50mA Related to Zone 3
EM083 RELAYS Relays contacts not monitored

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PARAMETERS
Relay 4 1st stage relay contacts 48V DC, 1.5A Dry contact SPDT
rating
Relay 5 2nd stage relay contacts 48V DC, 1.5A Dry contact SPDT
rating
Relay 6 Programmable relay 48V DC, 1.5A Dry contact SPDT
contacts rating (Default-alarm)

GENERAL
Input nominal quiescent voltage, 18.5v, 5.0mA Current Limit
current
Terminal block wire capacity 12-18 AWG
Max number of detectors per zone 32
Number of detection zones 3/4 Depends on input 4
programming
Total number of detectors 96/128, Depends on input 4
programming
CABLING SEE "INSTALLATION"
Table 1 Technical Specifications

Note
i Specifications are subject to change without prior notice.

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7.4 Default Ports Allocation and ECD Configuration


See Numbering of ports
Main Board
Output 1........................................................................ Extinguisher, not silenceable
Extinguishing Delay ............................................... 30 seconds
Extinguisher Pulse Duration................................... 20 seconds
Reset Inhibit Period................................................ 1 minute
Output 2........................................................................ Extinguishing Strobe/Sounder,
not silenceable
Output 3........................................................................ Extinguisher activated sign, not
silenceable
Output 4........................................................................ General Alarm, not delayed, not
silenceable (Programmable)
Alarm Dialer ................................................................. Alarm Output, not delayed, not
silenceable
Fire Alarm sounder, ..................................................... Silenceable
Relays 1 and 2.............................................................. General Alarm Relay
Relay 3 ......................................................................... General Fault Relay
Inputs 1, 2, 3................................................................. Detector zone, unverified
Input 4........................................................................... Detector Zone/MCP,
Programmable
EM8- 8 inputs expansion board
Input 5........................................................................... Abort switch
Input 6........................................................................... Hold switch
Input 7........................................................................... Flow switch
Input 8........................................................................... Pressure switch
Input 9........................................................................... Manual only (key switch on the
front panel)
Input 10......................................................................... Manual Activation (Mechanically
Protected pushbutton switch,
located on the front panel)
Input 11......................................................................... Terminate Switch (for test
purposes ONLY)
Input 12......................................................................... Fault Warning Routing
Equipment (Used as an Output)
EM083- 8 outputs, three relays expansion board
Output 5 (Open Collector 1) .......................................... Transmit the information of the
Abort activation
Output 6 (Open Collector 2) .......................................... Transmit the information of the
Hold activation
Output 7 (Open Collector 3) .......................................... Transmit the information of the
Released activation
Output 8 (Open Collector 4) .......................................... Transmit the information of the
Pressure switch activation
Output 9 (Open Collector 5) .......................................... Transmit the information of
Manual Only state

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Output 10 (Open Collector 6) ........................................ Related to Input 1


Output 11 (Open Collector 7) ........................................ Related to Input 2
Output 12 (Open Collector 8) ........................................ Related to Input 3
Relay 4(1) .................................................................... 1st stage (Preactivated) relay
Relay 5 (2) ................................................................... 2nd stage relay (Activated)
Relay 6 (3) .................................................................... Alarm relay (Programmable)

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8 TSA-1000X Control Panel Assembly


8.1 The Enclosure and Major Subassemblies
See Fig. 2, Routing TSA_1000X cables in its enclosure, for the location of major
components
THE TSA-1000X is housed within a metal enclosure, which has a lockable door, hinged
to the right,
The door also functions as the front panel, which is comprised of a display/ keyboard
unit and two manual switches
The TSA-1000X has an internal Power Supply/Charger, the PS_40W, located at the top
left corner of the box, the TSA-1000MB main board, which has four inputs and 6 outputs,
the TSA-1000E8 eight input module, and the TSA-1000E083 output module which has
eight open collector outputs and three output relays.

Note
i For proper operation of extinguishing equipment proprietary and dedicated
adapters are required, as explained before.

Wiring openings knockouts allow for a bottom or top mains cable entry to the Control
Panel box, and a bottom, top, or back, low-voltage cables entry.
Two 12V, 5Ah sealed Lead Acid batteries are positioned at the bottom of the box.

8.2 Power Supply, Charger and Batteries


The TSA-1000X is powered by the PS40_W Power Supply/Charger, which is located at
the top left corner of the enclosure/.
The PS40_W requires 230VAC, +10%, -15%, 50/60Hz.
It is protected by a 5x20 mm, 3.15A glass Fast-Blow fuse, located at the bottom left
corner of the PS_40W (F2).

Note
i Replace ONLY with a fuse of the same type, size and rating.

The PS40_W provides 27.5±0.3 V (referred to as the 24V supply rail) for powering the
ECD and for charging the battery, and has a +5V 0.5A output for powering the ECD MB
logic.
Max "24V" supply load current is 1.5A (including the 0.3A charging current)
The maximum battery charging current is 0.3A, electronically limited. The max allowed
load on the battery (when the mains power is disconnected or OFF) is 3A, limited by a
PTC.
Type and rating of batteries;
The ECD requires two 12V, 5AH sealed Lead Acid batteries, connected in series.
(Yuasa NP 5-12 or equivalent)

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8.3 Front Panel


• The front panel, which is component of the door of the ECD box, has several
visually and functionally distinctive areas, as follows:
• A 7 keys keyboard,
• A Status display, comprised of a three digit 7 segment alphanumeric display, and
four vertically arranged LEDs to its right
• A general LEDs area, comprising two columns of nine LEDs each, where the
right columns is mostly used for indicating the ECD states, and the left column is
mostly used for indicating faults.
• Detection Zones Indications.
• Extinguishing zone indications.
• A two position rotary Key Switch, to select “Manual Only & Automatic/Manual”
operation.
• A Positive Action push-button, located under a hinged, tie wrapped lid, for
Manual Activation of extinguishant release.

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9 Installation
9.1 Pre-Installation Planning
Planning of quantity and location of detectors, push buttons, notification appliances and
extinguishing devices shall be done according to the local codes and regulations and in
accordance to the planning consultant's requirements.
9.1.1 Capacity Planning
Ensure that the total number of input initiating devices does not exceed local regulations
of the number of initiating devices per zone, area or other limitations. Ensure that the
number of zones satisfy the requirements of the consulting planner,
You can connect up to 5 sounders, beacons, or sounders-beacons to programmable
output 4 and the horn output.
Note
i Do not connect devices that should be supervised to the TSA-1000-EM083.

9.1.2 Calculating Current Requirement and Battery Capacity


For every control panel, calculate the total current consumption of all devices such as
sounder, beacons, extinguishing cylinders actuators, Ext. Activated sign, automatic
dialer etc. Ensure that the total current draw does not exceed 1.5A.
The batteries are rechargeable, sealed lead acid batteries, in total voltage of (Nominal)
24 volts (two 12 volt batteries in series) and capacity of 4.5 or 5 AH.
9.1.3 Cabling Planning – Input lines
Use a 2-wire cable, 12 – 18 AWG (0.8 to 3.3 mm2) for IDC (zone) connections.
Wire Type Cross-Section (mm2) Maximum IDC Length
18 AWG 0.82 mm 1,200 m 3,940 ft
16 AWG 1.31 mm 1,900 m 6,230 ft
14 AWG 2.08 mm 3,000 m 9,840 ft
12 AWG 3.31 mm 4,800 m 15,750 ft
Table 2 IDC cable selection

9.1.4 Cabling Planning – Output Lines and 24VDC Out


Use a 2-wire cable, 12 – 18 AWG (0.8 to 3.3 mm2) for Output Lines and 24VDC Out
connections.
The length of output lines and 24VDC out cabling depends on the required current and
cable size. Ensure that the maximum voltage drop to the end of the line at full load does
not exceed 3V and will leave the last device the minimal operating voltage as per the
manufacturer's specification.
9.1.5 Cabling Planning – Shielded Cables
It is highly recommended to avoid outdoor wiring due to the increased susceptibility to
lightning strikes. Overhead cables running between buildings or on roofs should be
shielded. The shield should be connected to the ground by using the Master Ground
Terminal in the control panel. Grounding should not be connected to any other points.
Ensure continuous grounding by soldering.

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Note
i When installing a system at a site adjacent to high power cables, heavy
industrial machinery, or any kind of high electromagnetic fields, shielded
cables should be used and an EPI-3000 module should be connected to each
TSA-1000X.

9.1.6 Activation Matrix Planning


Plan the activation logic according to the requirements of the consultant and in
accordance to local standards and regulations.
9.1.7 Extinguishing Device Planning
Size and quantity of extinguishing cylinders shall be calculated by authorized personnel
in accordance to the requirements of the consultant and local regulations.

9.2 Mounting
9.2.1 Environmental Limits
The TSA-1000X is a class A (-5°C to +40°C, RH max 95%) temperature range device.
Its environmental protective level is IP30.

Note
i See "installation instructions" for information about maintaining the protection
level.

Note
i Do not operate the ECD outside the specified limits.

9.2.2 Mounting Recommendations and Instructions


The control panel should be installed in an indoor location, meeting the specified
environmental limits, where it is protected from the elements. Select a location which is
free of smoke, dust or high humidity, and which is distant from sources of electrical
noise, such as high power motors, relays, etc.
Mount the TSA-1000X to a solid wall so it will have comfortable access to connecting the
cables from the input and output devices, and easy access for maintenance personnel
for ongoing operations and in a location where it is possible to supervise and clearly see
the display and indicators.
The back of the chassis has 2 sliding slots on the top half and the bottom has a hole for
securing the chassis to the wall.
Drill the hole for mounting referring to the chassis mounting holes drawing below.

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Figure 2 Chassis Mounting Holes

9.3 Connecting the Inputs and Outputs


9.3.1 Routing Cables into the ECD and Maintaining the Protection
Level
In order to route power and field wiring into the ECD, the appropriate, partially punched
knockouts must be removed.
Use a hammer and a chisel to open and remove the knockout.
Do not remove unnecessary knockouts
Remove burrs and sharp edges, if necessary
To maintain the IP30 protection level, use appropriately sized cable glands such as
CABLE GLAND NEMA 4X PG-7 BLACK manufacture by BUD, or equivalent.
Insert the cables through the glands before connecting them to the ECD.
Tighten the cover nut to securely clamp the cable or group of field wires.
This serves as a strain relief and as means to meet the IP30 requirements.
If unused knockouts opening remain, they must be plugged with an appropriate, secure
cover/plug to maintain the required protection level
9.3.2 Wiring Information
The TSA-1000X is supplied in working condition, fully assembled, and with all internal
modules pre-wired. Wiring instructions apply only for connecting the system to AC input,
inputs, outputs, and relays.
Cable type selection and wiring shall be done according to local regulations.
System connections shall ONLY be done when power sources are disconnected.
Changing/installing electric activation modules shall be done after the system is in
quiescence state. (All push buttons and detectors are in non activated state).

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Characteristic Inputs Outputs


Electric Resistance Minimal Very High
Capacitance No Influence No Influence
Inductance Minimal Minimal
Mechanical Strength High High
Table 3 Wiring Characteristics’ influence on System Performance

Warning
! Disconnect all power supplies, main and batteries before connecting or
disconnecting cables to the control panel.

9.3.3 Inputs Wiring


Inputs wiring for detectors and push buttons shall be with a two-wire cable according to
the applicable regulations.
In industrial installations which have machines which produce high power
electromagnetic fields, use shielded cables.
Detector and input wiring shall be in a separate conduit from mains conduit.
The wiring cables and input and system output shall be separate from mains AC input –
see below

Figure 3 Routing cables in the TSA-1000X Enclosure

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9.3.4 24VDC Powered Devices


To ensure operation of alarm or initiating device that requires relatively high current from
a 24 VDC source, use appropriate cables.
Wire specifications should be between 12 and 18 AWG and the cable resistance running
between the 24 VDC source to the I/O module and from the I/O module to the device
should be calculated. Ensure that no device receives a voltage below its specified
minimum operating value and that the total voltage drop will not exceed 3 volts.
Calculate the total current drawn by the system and system devices at normal operation
and alarm modes. Ensure that the total load on the power supply does not exceed its
limit of 1.5 Ampere.
9.3.5 Output Wiring
Activation circuit cabling between the 24VDC source to the output device such as
sounders, extinguishing devices, strobes, etc., shall be calculated to a maximum voltage
drop of 3V or a voltage drop that will leave the device with the lowest operating voltage
specified by the manufacturer – the lowest voltage drop of the two.

Note
i Input and output lines must be wired as a single radial circuit, without stubs or
T- junctions.

Warning
! Disconnect all power supplies, (main and batteries) before connecting
or disconnecting cables to the control panel.
Verify that the system operates normally and that there are no zones in
alarm prior to connecting or replacing extinguishing devices.

9.3.6 End of Line Device (EOL)


Remove EOL resistors from the terminal block. Install the End of Line resistors (E.O.L.)
to the last device of the Input or output.

9.4 Installation of Detectors and Manual Call Points


Install all detectors and manual call points at their locations according to the applicable
regulations.

Note
i Input and output lines must be wired as a single radial circuit, without stubs or
T-junctions.

Test all wiring and fix all faults before connecting the devices to the ECD.

Note
i Telefire's detectors can be activated for testing the system by bringing a
magnet close to a defined area of the detectors, simplifying testing.

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Figure 4 Connecting Two Detectors and a TPB-10R Break-Glass MCP

9.5 Connecting the Interfaces to the ECD


Connect the inputs, 24 volt output and control panel outputs (dialer, horn, programmable
outputs and relays) to the control panel.

Note
i Work on the ECD shall be performed when all power to the control power is
disconnected (AC and batteries disconnected).

Warning
! Do not connect the extinguishing activation circuits at this time. Use a
dummy load.

Figure 5 Main Board Connectors

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Figure 6 Expansion Module Connectors

9.6 Connecting the Mains Power, Batteries, and Grounding


SEE SAFETY, page 10.
SEE Routing cables into the ECD and maintaining the protection level, page 25
Connect the control panel’s AC input line directly to a dedicated circuit breaker that is not
shared by other appliances or equipment. It is recommended that the circuit breaker
shall be labeled “FIRE ALARM”.
Use a three wire cable (Line, Neutral and Ground wires) of the appropriate gauge
Verify that all power sources to the ECD are disconnected.
Disconnect the ECD AC cable from the mains, so that the ECD ends of the wires can be
handled safely.
Insert the AC input power cable to the control panel enclosure through either the top left
or bottom left knockout opening and keep it separated and distant from the field wiring
and the control panel circuits.
Use appropriate bushing/grommet that fits the knockout openings, to ascertain that there
are no sharp edges, to prevent damage or abrasion to the cable during assembly and
use.
Connect the GND (yellow/green) wire to the grounding screw located below the PS,
using the appropriate hardware as shown in Fig. 7 below, Connecting the grounding wire
to the Chassis

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CONNECT THE GROUND WIRE OF THE AC INPUT CABLE DIRECTLY THE


PANEL'S CHASSIS GROUND SCREW, USING SERRATED WASHERS AS SHOWN.

Figure 7 Connecting the grounding wire to the Chassis


Then connect the Line and Neutral wires to the proper terminal. Tighten the terminal
block screws.
VERIFY THAT THE ECD IS PROPERLY GROUNDED BEFORE CONNECTING AC
POWER TO THE ECD.
Connecting the batteries: Connect the supplied link wire between the batteries, and then
connect the long Red wire o the + terminal of one battery and to the +bat terminal block,
and the long black wire to the –terminal of the battery and the –bat terminal block
Observe Batteries polarity. Wrong connection can cause damage to the ECD.
Connect AC input power
Verify that the ECD is working properly; the alphanumeric display scrolls the character 8
from left to right and only the Power led is ON.

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10 Connecting Extinguishing Equipment


10.1 Extinguishing Adapters
In order to connect the ECD extinguishing output to different actuators, it is necessary to
connect adapters between the ECD output and the extinguishing equipment input,
Telefire offers several adapters.
Shown below are the type of equipment and the relevant adapter:
Fike FIRERASER cylinders-use TLA-130 adapter
Fike GCA cylinder-use TLA-22 adapter
Greenex Aerosol Containers-use TLA-33 adapter
FirePro Aerosol Containers-use TLA-44 adapter
SAFE Solenoid Activated gas containers-use TLA- 110 adapter

Note
i When extinguishing adapters are installed, addition of EOL resistors is not
required!

Note
i Please consult the manufacturer for solutions regarding activation of
additional extinguishing devices.

10.2 Number of Extinguishing Adapters

Extinguishing Device Maximal number of extinguishing adapters


SAFE solenoid gas A single TLA-110 adaptor connected to the extinguishing
cylinders output
FIKE solenoid gas A single TLA-130 adaptor connected to the extinguishing
cylinders (FIRERASER) output
FIKE GCA gas cylinders A single TLA-22 adaptor connected to the extinguishing
output
FirePro aerosol generators A single TLA-44/1 or TLA-44/4 adaptor connected to the
extinguishing output
GreenEX aerosol A single TLA-33 adaptor connected to the extinguishing
generators output

Note
i Connect a single extinguishing adaptor to the extinguishing activation output.
This adaptor will activate a single extinguishing device, except for the TLA-
44/4 that can activate up to 4 FirePro aerosol extinguishers.
Please consult the manufacturer for solutions regarding activations of
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10.3 Fike FIRERASER


Fike's FIRERASER cylinders are suitable with work for all of Telefire's control panels.
For additional detail, refer to Fike’s technical manual.

Figure 8 Connecting a FIRERASER Cylinder for Automatic Extinguishing

10.4 Fike GCA

Figure 9 Connecting a GCA-Activated Extinguishing Cylinder

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10.5 GreenEX Aerosol Containers

Figure 10 Connecting a GreenEX Aerosol Extinguishing Container

Note
i When connecting a TLA-3K module to programmable output 1 in a
TSA-1000X, verify that jumpers JP5 and JP6 are shorted.
When connecting a TLA-3K module to programmable all other outputs in a
TSA-1000X verify that jumpers JP1 and JP2 are shorted and jumpers JP4
and JP5 are shorted.
See above.

10.6 FirePro Aerosol Containers


Aerosol releasing devices made by different manufacturers differ from each other in their
power requirements and therefore require different interface modules.
The TLA-44 module is intended to work with FirePro aerosol units. It is available in two
configurations that allow for connecting either a single module or up to four modules.
• TLA-44/1 – allows activation of a single module
• TLA-44/4 – allows activation of up to four modules
Activation is simultaneous to all aerosol devices connected to the TLA-44. The module's
output lines to the aerosol devices are supervised for open circuit.
The TLA-44 is intended to be installed in the same protected space as the aerosol
devices.
The TLA-44 may be connected to outputs with level activation or reversed polarity
activation.

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Figure 11 Connecting FirePro Aerosol Generators

10.7 SAFE Solenoid Activated Gas Containers

Figure 12 Connecting SAFE Solenoid Activated gas containers

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11 User Interface-Display and Keyboard


.‫ידי עריכת קודי שדה‬-‫שגיאה! אין אפשרות ליצור אובייקטים על‬
Figure 13 Front Panel-Display and Keyboard

11.1 The General LEDs display area is shown below.


The function of each LED is described in the table below.

Figure 14 General LEDs Display Area

Note
i The term "outputs" in the following table refers to any or all outputs, including
Horn output, Fire Dialer output, FWRE output, programmable outputs, or
relays.

LED Its Color and meaning during normal operation


Fire Alarm • Red, Flashes to indicate a Fire Alarm condition
AVF • Yellow, Flashes during Alarm Verification
Supervisory • Yellow, Flashes to indicate a Supervisory event
Disabled • Yellow, Steady ON Indicates a Disabled relays, inputs, or
outputs.
Telecom Red/Yellow LED.
• RED ON when the Alarm Dialer was activated
• Flashes in yellow to indicate an Alarm Dialer fault
Sounders • Red/Yellow LED.
• RED ON when the horn was activated
• Flashes in yellow to indicate an Horn or Output 4 (silenced)
fault
• Yellow ON when the Horn is disabled

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LED Its Color and meaning during normal operation


Silenced • Yellow LED, Flashes during alarm after alarm devices
silencing.
Test • Yellow, On during Field Test.
Power Green LED.
• On when ECD is powered by Mains and Battery.
• Flashes when there is no AC mains power or the battery is
disconnected.
Fault • Yellow, Flashes to Indicate a fault event
System Fault • Yellow, On when the processor fails to run correctly
PS Fault • Yellow, Flashes when there is a power supply/battery fault
GND Fault • Yellow, Flashes indicates a ground fault.
FWRE Fault • Yellow, Flashes during a fault in the FWRE output
Auxiliary Fault • Yellow Flashes if fault in Output 4 which is configured as not
silenced.
Exting. Fault • Yellow, Flashes upon a fault in the extinguishing subsystem
A • Reserved for future use
Delay • Yellow, ON during the Pre Discharge Warning Time

11.2 Status Display


The status display is comprised of three 7-segments alphanumeric characters and four
separate LEDs, aligned vertically to its right. These LEDs indicate the type of information
provided in the alphanumeric part of the display.
The status display is used to provide details of the ECD conditions and events, and
during programming.
The bottom LED of this group, the More Events LED, indicates that there is more data
than that shown currently by the display, which is accessible by pressing the Up/Down
keyboard keys.
In the quiescent condition, the status alphanumeric display scrolls the character 8 from
left to right.

Figure 15 Status Display

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11.3 Keyboard
The keyboard has 7 keys. The table below details their functions.

Figure 16 Keyboard

Key Function during normal operation


Menu Selects the Menu
Arrows Paging through memory
Buzzer Off / • Silences the internal alarm/fault buzzer
Ack / Prog
Silence / • Silences the alarm sound devices.
Resound • Resounds silenced devices when pressed longer
Reset • Resets the control panel
• Is used for exiting the menu

11.4 Zone Indicators


Each detection zone has 2 LEDs in the zone indication area. The top RED LED indicate
an alarm in the zone ,and the lower, YELLOW LED indicates a fault, supervisory,
disabled or test event in that zone.

Figure 17 Zone Indicators

LED Its Color and meaning during normal operation


Alarm • Red, Flashes when the zone is in alarm

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LED Its Color and meaning during normal operation


Fault / • Yellow, Flashes to indicate a fault or supervisory event in zone,
Supervisory / Steady ON to Indicate a, disablement or test event in the zone.
Disabled / Test

11.5 Extinguishing Zone Display

Figure 18 Extinguishing Zone Indicators

LED Its Color and meaning during normal operation


Disabled • Yellow, ON when at least one of the inputs or outputs
associated with extinguishing is disabled.
Pre / Activated Red LED.
• Flashes when the ECD is in the Pre-activated state.
• Steadily ON when the ECD is in the Activated state.
Manual Only • Yellow, ON when the Key Switch in the "Manual Only" mode
Released • Red ON when extinguishing or FS triggered
Abort • Yellow, ON when the Abort input was activated
Flow Switch • Yellow, ON when the Flow Switch was activated
Hold • Yellow, ON when Hold is activated.
Pressure • Yellow, ON if pressure in the Extinguishant container is low
Switch

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12 Control Panel Operation


12.1 Control Panel conditions and functions
As detailed in EN 12094-1, paragraph 3.1.3, the TSA-1000X ECD can be in the following
conditions:
Quiescent condition, Pre-activated condition, Activated condition, Fault warning
condition, Disabled condition, Released condition
The TSA-1000X inherently supports, by being basically an EN 54-2 fire alarm control
panel, a Fire Alarm condition.
It also supports a Test condition (per EN 54-2, section10), and Auxiliary and Supervisory
indications, explained later.
The ECD also supports an Alarm Verification function, and the Evacuation function.

12.2 Control Panel Interfaces and Capabilities


12.2.1 Inputs
The TSA-1000X has four detection Inputs. Inputs 1-3 are preconfigured as detection
zones, Input 4 can be programmed as a detection zone or as a fire alarm manual call
point (MCP), a remote manual (extinguisher) activation input, or as a supervisory input.
The ECD supports the following additional inputs:
Hold input, to delay the extinguisher release and enable people to evacuate the
protected premises before extinguishing starts.
Abort input, to abort the extinguishing process.
Flow switch, to monitor the flow of extinguishing agent.
Pressure switch, to monitor low pressure in the Extinguishant container
There are two manual switches on the front panel:
A positive action “Activate Extinguisher” push-button, and
a key-switch to select either a “Manual Only” operation (i.e. only the manual
“Extinguisher Activate” PB switch is enabled, detection zones do not affect
extinguishing-they activate only the alarm devices), or a “Manual and Automatic”
position, where extinguisher operation can be triggered by either the “Extinguisher
Activate” PB switch, or by detection zones.

Note
i As described in EN 12094-1, Para. 4.21.5, FOR TEST PURPOSES ONLY, a
“Terminate” switch Input is provided, enabling the termination the
extinguishing pulse.

Note
i DISCONNECT AND REMOVE THE "TERMINATE" SWITCH AND WIRES
AT THE END OF THE TEST

12.2.2 Outputs and Output Devices


The TSA-1000X has the following outputs:
• An extinguisher (reverse polarity) output.

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It has the following level activation outputs:


• A Fire Alarm Sounder device, usually a Horn or a Bell,
• A general purpose (default-alarm) output (4), (Programmable)
• An Alarm Dialer output,
• An Extinguishing Sounder/Strobe (Note! The Fire Alarm Sounder and the
Extinguishing Sounder must have different sounds),
• An “Extinguisher Activated” sign output,
The ECD also has 8 Open Collector outputs to indicate abort, hold, “Manual Only” input
activation, ,an output indicating the activation of a pressure switch an output indicating
the “Released” condition, And an output indicating an alarm per zone for zones 1-3.
12.2.3 Relays
The TSA-1000X has two alarms relays, one fault relay, one 1st stage relay, one 2nd stage
relay, and a programmable relay..
Relays 1 and 2 activate on any alarm from any of the four zones, FS or the "Activate"
Push Button.
Relay 3 (fault) will activate at any fault event.
Relay 4 (1st stage). It will activate when the ECD enters the Pre-Activated state.
Relay 5 (2nf Stage), will activate when the ECD enters the Activated state.
Relay 6, a programmable relay. (default- alarm)
12.2.4 Interfaces Monitoring
All the Inputs and the MB output lines are monitored for the following faults:
Open, Short and ground Faults.
The EM083 card Open Collector outputs and the relays contacts are NOT monitored.
12.2.5 Extinguishing Decision Group (Matrix)
To enable the ECD to activate the extinguisher by alarms triggered by the inputs, a
decision group (or matrix) must be defined from the four inputs. When the matrix is
asserted (i.e. the extinguishing conditions are fulfilled) the extinguishing process can
start.
The TSA-1000X supported matrix can include a single zone, any two zones of selected
group of zones, or all member zones of the group.
12.2.6 History File
All events are saved to a History, or Log File, which can be printed or be accessed by a
PC with proprietary Software installed.
12.2.7 Alarm Counter
The Alarms are counted in a special register (ALC, Alarm Counter), which can be
displayed in the status display
12.2.8 Configuration Counter
The number of times the configuration has been changed is logged and can be
displayed in the status display
12.2.9 Concise Default Configuration
The major default configuration details are as follows;
Inputs 1-4 are detection zones inputs
The extinguishing decision group (matrix) includes zones one AND two

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The extinguishing Pre Discharge Warning time (Delay) is 30 seconds


Extinguishing pulse duration is 20 seconds
Reset Inhibit period is one minute
Manual Activation Delay is zero (i.e. immediate activation)
12.2.10 Extinguishing Zone Members
The Extinguishing zone members are all those inputs, outputs, relays and indicators that
are part of the extinguishing process, beyond elements which are involved in a regular
fire alarm.
The group includes the following
Inputs: Abort, Hold, Flow Switch, Pressure switch, Manual Only, Manual Activation,
Outputs: Extinguisher, Extinguishing Strobe/Sounder, Extinguisher Activated sign,
Open Collector outputs: Abort, Hold, Released, Pressure switch, Manual Only.
Relays; 1st stage (Relay 4), 2nd stage (Relay 5)
LEDs: All the LEDs in the front panel Extinguishing Zone area.

12.3 Control, Status and Events Flow


The flow of events and ECD conditions and states is detailed in the table below and then
explained in more details RELATING TO THE DEFAULT PORTS ALLOCATION AND
CONFIGURATION.
12.3.1 Table of States
Key: Bold type signifies change from previous state
Red type indicates important status,
Yellow highlight: Important or User Interruption
STATE Activated/Changed Remarks

Quiescent (Idle)
Power LED ON
Fig.8. scrolls right

Alarm Reset enabled


Alarm Sounder Output (Horn)ON Disablement possible (4.4.2)
Alarm Dialer ON Silencing of Horn possible
Programmable Output (4) ON
Alarm Relay 1 ON
Alarm Relay 2 ON
Programmable Relay (6) ON

General Fire Alarm LED (F)


Telecom LED ON
Sounders LED ON

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STATE Activated/Changed Remarks

Status Fire Alarm LED (F)


Status Disp: Zone # As appropriate
More events LED As appropriate
Zone Alarm LED (F) As appropriate
Zone Output (1-3) As appropriate

Buzzer- Alarm (ON Steady)

Preactivated (1st stage)


Pre/(Activated) LED Flash
1st stage relay ON

Zone Alarm LED (F) As appropriate


Zone Output (1-3) As appropriate
Status disp. Zone # As appropriate
More events LED As appropriate

Buzzer- Alarm (ON Steady)

Activated (INHIBIT RESET) (2nd stage)


2nd stage Relay ON Disablement inhibit (4.4.2)
Ext. Stb/Sndr(2) Flash(1/1 sec)** ** IF DELAY
Reset inhibited (4.12.2)
(Pre)/Activated LED ON Steady Silencing inhibited (4.6.2)
(Except Horn)

Zone Alarm LED (F) As appropriate


Zone Output (1-3) As appropriate
Status disp. Zone #/Initial Delay As paged
More events LED As appropriate

Buzzer- Alarm (ON Steady)

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STATE Activated/Changed Remarks

Pre-discharge warning (Ext. Stb/Sdr continues flash 1/1) RESET, DISABLE STILL
time INHIBITED
Delay LED ON
Status display: Count Down HOLD,ABORT effective

Buzzer Ticks. See Remark BUZZ. NOT SILENCEABLE

Hold asserted (Pressed) BUZZ. IS SILENCEABLE


Hold output ON
Ext. Stb/Sdr flash 1/4

Hold LED ON
Status display Initial Delay time

Buzzer flash 1/4 (Fault)

Hold Disasserted Restart Pre Discharge…time


Hold output OFF
Ext. Stb/Sndr(2) Flash(1/1 sec)

Hold LED OFF


Status display: Count Down

Buzzer Ticks

Exting. Pulse Duration (INHIBIT ABORT, HOLD) ABORT, HOLD INHIBITED


Extinguisher ON RESET STILL INHIBITED
Ext. Stb/Sndr ON STEADY also disable, ext sndr silencing
Ext. Activated Sign ON “Terminate” Switch Enabled
Released output ON

Released LED ON
Status display: EEE
Delay LED OFF

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STATE Activated/Changed Remarks

Buzzer (Alarm, ON steady) BUZZER IS SILENCEABLE

Reset Inhibit Period


EXTINGUISHER OFF RESET STILL INHIBITED
Status display E‫כ‬u (Ext. act, Terminate Switch still enabled
Reset (‫ )כ‬Unavailable)

(Buzzer still in Alarm, ON Steady)

Reset Enabled (ENABLE RESET) reset, silencing enabled


Fault Relay(3) ON FAULT INDICATIONS ON
ALARM IND. REMAIN
LED Gen. Fault (F)
LED Ext. Zone Fault (F)
Terminate: No effect
Status disp.E1.A/Zones in alarm As paged
Status LED as appropriate As paged
(More Events LED still ON) As appropriate

Buzzer Fault!!!!( 1-4) Changed (from Alarm)

Reset Performed (Fault Relay, LEDs, buzzer remain IF events removed, then Alarm
ON)
ALL alarm indications OFF Outputs & Indications cleared
All Outputs and relays OFF* Fault LEDS, relay ON

Status display: E1.A(changed) Cannot be paged


Status LED Fault (F)(unpaged) Fault indication, unpaged
More Events LED OFF

Buzzer remains in Fault!!!! (1-4) Not changed by Reset

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STATE Activated/Changed Remarks


Operator: Remove Alarm and faults
Replace /replenish Extinguisher

Return to Quiescent (Enter programming mode, exit and


state perform Reset)
Select menu>PG, Enter>PW>Reset PG-Program, PW-Password
Quiescent condition
Power LED ON
Fig.8. scrolls right
Table 4 TSA-1000X Table of States

12.3.2 Quiescent Condition


If there are no active events, the ECD is in the Quiescent (or Idle) condition.
12.3.3 Fire Alarm Condition
If an alarm event trigger received, the ECD enters the “Alarm” condition.
In this condition the following outputs are activated:
The relevant Alarm LEDs, Fire Alarm Sounder (Horn), General Purpose output (4),
Alarm relays (1 and 2, ) and the programmable relay (6) and the (if relevant) appropriate
Zone alarm output.
12.3.4 Pre-Activated Condition (1st Stage)
If the (single) trigger source is in the Extinguishing decision group (Zone 1 OR Zone 2 in
the default configuration), the ECD enters the Pre-activated condition

Note
i This is the 1st stage of the automatic-release process.

In this condition the following outputs are activated:


The Pre/Activated LED flashes, 1st stage relay is ON
12.3.5 Activated Condition (2nd Stage)
If an additional alarm occurs in another of the decision group member zones (Zone 1 or
2), the extinguishing matrix is asserted, and the ECD enters the Activated state and
RESET IS INHIBITED.

Note
i This is the 2nd stage of the automatic release process,

In this condition the following outputs are activated:


The Pre/Activated LED is ON, 2nd stage relay is ON, the Sounder/Strobe output flashes.

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12.3.6 Pre Discharge Warning Time (Extinguishing Pulse Delay Time)


The ECD now enters the Pre-Discharge warning time, (extinguishing pulse delay time),
which is, in the default case, 30 seconds. Note, if the Delay is programmed to Zero, the
ECD triggers the extinguisher immediately, skipping the Pre-Discharge warning time.
During the Pre-Discharge warning time, the Extinguishing Strobe/Sounder flashes at 1
second ON, one seconds OFF, and the buzzer ticks at a 1 second interval. If Hold is
activated, the Extinguishing Strobe/Sounder flashes at 1 second ON, 4 seconds OFF,
and so does the buzzer (Fault sound).
The delay is programmable between 0-50 seconds in 5 seconds steps.
In this condition the following outputs are activated:
The Delay LED is ON, the Internal Buzzer ticks at 1 second intervals, the status display
indicates the countdown time to extinguishing.
Add explanation of Hold
12.3.7 Extinguishing pulse duration and the Released Condition
When the delay elapses, if Hold or Abort are not asserted, and if there is no fault in the
Hold Or abort inputs, The ECD triggers the extinguisher and starts the extinguishing
pulse duration period, and enters the Released condition.
In extinguishing pulse period, he extinguisher output is ON for (default) 20 seconds.
The extinguisher pulse duration is programmable between 20-495 seconds, in 5
seconds steps
In this condition the following outputs are activated:
The Extinguisher output and the Extinguisher Activated sign outputs are ON, the
Sounder/Strobe output is ON ,the Released out is ON. The status display shows EEE.
When the extinguishing pulse ends, the extinguisher output is switched OFF.
12.3.8 Reset Inhibit Period
The ECD then enters the Reset Inhibit Period, where reset is inhibited for an additional
period after the extinguishing pulse has ended. In the default case, it is 1 minute.
The Reset Inhibit Period is programmable between 1 -15m.
In this condition status display shows E‫כ‬.u (Extinguisher activated, Reset Unavailable)
12.3.9 Reset Enable
After the Reset inhibit period ends, Reset is re-enabled.
In this state, the General fault Led, the Extinguishing Zone fault LED and the Fault relay
are activated. Also, the zones in Alarm and Extinguisher Fault are indicated by the
Status display, (which can be scrolled for details). This is done in order to verify that the
operator is aware that the extinguisher has been activated, it is now empty (i.e. in a Fault
condition), and needs attention and corrective action.
12.3.10 Reset Performed
After Reset is performed, ALL alarm indications, outputs and relays are OFF.
The General fault Led, the Extinguishing Zone fault LED and the Fault relay are ON
Also the Status display indicates E1.A and the Fault Status LED is ON, (Indicating an
Extinguisher Fault.)
12.3.11 Reestablishment of the Quiescent (Idle) Condition
After ALL the issues are resolved and the Extinguisher is replenished brought to working
order,
The ECD can be set to the Quiescent (idle) state.

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To do this, using the ECD keyboard, select the menu>PG, press Enter. Type password>
and then perform RESET.
The ECD will then return to the quiescent state.

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13 Operating Instructions
13.1 Default Operation
If the ECD is in the quiescent state, the Manual/Automatic switch is in the Automatic&
manual mode, then alarms in fire decision detection zones/Call points, or manual
activation, will start the extinguishing process according to the programmed
configuration and timing parameters. If the process was not interrupted by other inputs
or faults (i.e. Hold, Abort), the Extinguishant is released.

13.2 Manual Only


It is sometimes necessary to inhibit the extinguishing process from being triggered by
the detection zones or manual (Alarm) call points. (For example, when welding is being
performed in the detection zone)
In such a case, turn the "Automatic/Manual" switch to the "Manual Only" position.
In The Manual Only position, ONLY Manual activation (or Flow Switch activation!) will
cause the ECD to enter the Activated state and proceed to extinguishing (i.e. alarms in
zones will not cause the ECD to enter the Activated state).
This state is indicated by the "Manual Only" LED in the Extinguishing zone display and
by the "Manual Only" output being switched ON.
DO NOT FORGET TO SWITCH BACK TO Automatic& Manual position when the
Manual Only mode is not required.

13.3 Manual Activation


Pressing the Manual Activation Panel Mounted push button switch will cause the ECD to
enter the Activated condition, with all its indications and outputs activated. In the default
case, the Manual Activation Delay is zero, and this will cause an immediate activation of
the extinguisher and the ECD enters the extinguishing pulse period. If the programmed
delay is not zero, the ECD enters the Pre Discharge Warning Time, at the end of which,
if not halted (by Hold, Abort, or a fault in the abort or hold circuits), the extinguisher is
triggered, and the ECD starts the extinguishing pulse period.
This switch does NOT activate any zone LED indicator.

Note
i The pushbutton cover is yellow and is labeled “Extinguishant Release”

To activate the manual Extinguisher Release, forcibly pull the yellow hinged lid up to tear
the securing nylon tie wrap, and then press the Push Button.
This input is latched.

13.4 Abort
The operator can abort the extinguishing process (as long as the extinguisher is not
triggered yet), by asserting the "abort" input.
Asserting the Abort input (pressing the Abort switch), switches the Abort LED and the
Abort output ON, aborts the Extinguishing process, and prevents the ECD from entering
the Released state.
All active "Alarm" outputs and indications remain ON.

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When "Abort" is pressed, most of the Extinguishing Group Members are inhibited: The
Extinguishing strobe/sounder, the extinguisher output, "Extinguisher Activated" sign, and
the Released output are OFF until the Abort state is removed.

Note
i The 1st and 2nd stage relays are not affected.

In this state, the buzzer sounds the Fault signal


This input has no effect after extinguishing has started.
The Abort state is removed only after the Abort switch is released, and the ECD is reset.

13.5 Hold
Sometimes, when the alarm is triggered and the extinguishing imminent, some additional
delay is required before release. This can be achieved by pressing Hold.
Activating the hold input (pressing its PB) switches the Hold LED and Output ON, stops
the Delay Count down, and the Pre Discharge Warning Time and its display are
reinitialized to 30 seconds. In the default case,
The countdown starts again when the Hold is deactivated, i.e. when the switch is
released.
During the Pre Discharge Warning time, the extinguishing strobe sounder pulses one
second ON and one second OFF.
If Hold is activated during that time, the buzzer sounds the Fault signal (1 second ON, 4
seconds OFF), and so does the Extinguishing Sounder/Strobe.
This is done so people are informed audibly that Hold was activated.
This input has no effect after Extinguishant release has started.

13.6 Flow Switch


The flow switch is triggered by Extinguishant flow. Triggering of the Flow Switch causes
an immediate activation of al the Released-state outputs and indications, except for the
extinguisher output, which, obviously, has been already triggered.
The Released LED and Release output are ON if the extinguisher output was triggered
by the ECD or if the Flow Switch was activated.

13.7 Pressure Switch


A pressure switch input and indication are provided, as per "Monitoring the status of
components – EN 12094-1 Section 4.19 option with requirements"
This is intended to monitor low pressure of Extinguishant, in systems that have such a
switch.

13.8 Terminate Switch


Operating this switch terminates the extinguishing pulse and/or the Reset Inhibit period
and enables reset.

Note
i This is to be connected and used for TEST PURPOSES ONLY!

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Note
i Disconnect and remove at the end of the test.
Terminate pulse as quickly as possible, to avoid depleting the Extinguishant.

Note
i This input is tested by the ECD for correct logic transition only, AND IS NOT
MONITORED OTHERWISE

13.9 Reset
Pressing the Reset key resets the ECD if it is in the Quiescent, Alarm and Preactivated
states. From the start of the Activated state to the end of the Reset Inhibit period, reset is
not possible.
If all events and problems are cleared and resolved, reset (when enabled) reestablishes
the quiescent state, with one exception.
After the reset inhibit period has elapsed, reset will change the state of the ECD as
described earlier and only after entering and exiting the programming mode, and then
pressing the reset key again(if all issues are resolved. i.e. no events) will the Quiescent
state be established.

13.10 Silencing
The Control Panel (ECD) has a FIRE ALARM Sounder output referred to as the Horn,
which is the MB local output 6.
(See remark about numbering of ports)
This output operates on ANY alarm signal, even if the trigger source does not belong to
the extinguishing decision group. (i.e. will not cause the Preactivated or activated state,
and will not cause the extinguisher to operate)
Silencing of the FIRE ALARM sounder Main Board (MB) local output 6, typically a Horn,
is possible at access level 2, as it requires the Operator's password.
However, the EN 12094-1 Alarm Device (4.3.2 c), which is referred to in this Technical
Manual as the Extinguishing Sounder/Strobe, MB local output No. 2, operates when the
ECD enters the Activated state. The Extinguishing Sounder Strobe flashes in the Pre
Discharge Warning Time, and is continuously ON in the Released state.
It cannot be silenced from the start of the Activated state until the end of the Reset
Inhibit period, at ANY access level, as required by this standard! If the Fire Alarm Horn
(Output 6) is ON, it can be silenced by pressing the Silence key of the keyboard. Also, all
outputs programmed as silenceable are switched OFF. The internal buzzer is silenced,
too
Any Alarm event will re-sound the Horn.
The silenced devices can resound again if the Silence key is pressed again for a longer
period.
The Silenced condition is indicated by a dedicated LED in the General Display area.
The Extinguishing strobe/sounder cannot be silenced.
Silencing is possible when Reset is enabled, and is inhibited when reset is inhibited

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13.11 Disablement
It is sometimes necessary to disable certain functions or interfaces of the ECD. (For
example, if some welding is done near detectors, the ECD might be activated, and it is
required to disable the affected zones, and rely on Manual Activation for protection
against fire)
The control panel will ignore alarms from disabled zones and will not activate disabled
outputs or relays.
Programming the Disablement is possible only when Reset is enabled.

Note
i Disabling the Extinguisher also disables the outputs and relays associated
with it, (i.e. the Fire Extinguishing Group).

Flow Switch Actuation: Even if the Extinguisher is disabled, If the FS is actuated, all
the appropriate alarm, outputs, relays, and released state outputs and indications are
ON. (Except the extinguisher output)

13.12 Fault
The ECD monitors most of its inputs and outputs for faults.
When a fault is detected, the following occurs:
Flashing fault LEDs: general fault LED, zone fault LED (if applicable), Ext, Zone LED (if
applicable)
Also, the specific fault LED in the general area left column is ON, the Fault status
Led is On, the status displays the zone # where the fault occurred and the fault details.
The buzzer sounds the Fault signal (1-4 ON-OFF ratio)
Fault relays are activated (default RL3)
Correct and repair faults when they are discovered.
13.12.1 FWRE (Fault Dialer) Output
This is an INPUT PORT, USED AS AN OUTPUT. It is used as a FWRE (Fault Warning
Routing Equipment, or fault dialer) connection as specified in EN 54-2.
During normal operation, the output is powered. When a fault occurs in the ECD, the
power to this output is OFF.

13.13 Supervisory
An Input programmed as “Supervisory” will switch ON the "Supervisory" LED when
triggered.
This is used to indicate that an event has occurred, which is neither an alarm nor a fault,
but which needs some action to be resolved.
Supervisory events do not latch – at the end of the event; the system returns to the
previous state without intervention.
In the TSA-1000X, only input 4 can be programmed as Supervisory.
Also, output 4 can be configured as "Supervisory" which will switch ON when a
Supervisory input is triggered.

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13.14 Auxiliary
When a fault occurs in an output which was configured as "General, Not Silenceable",
the Auxiliary Fault LED is switched ON.
In the TSA-1000X, this refers, in the default configuration, to output 4 only.

13.15 Internal Buzzer


When an alarm event is triggered, the buzzer sounds continuously.
When a fault event occurs, the Fault signal is sounded, i.e. 1 second ON, 4 seconds
OFF. The alarm signal has precedence over the fault signal
The buzzer can be silenced by pressing the Buzzer OFF key (Left key of the keyboard).
Any event will re-sound the buzzer.

13.16 Alarm Verification


The alarm verification feature allows the control alarm to ignore false and transient alarm
events, which may cause a nuisance.
When a zone programmed for alarm verification is first triggered, the control panel resets
the zone in alarm, waits for 0 to 55 seconds (programmable) and rechecks whether the
zone is still in alarm. During that time, the control panel will enter the (verified!) alarm
state if an alarm from the same or another zone is received.
During alarm verification timeout period, the control panel will enter alarm state
immediately in case that there is another zone alarm indication, even if that other zone is
programmed for alarm verification.
If, during the alarm verification period, no additional alarm occurs, the alarm and
verification clock will be reset and the control panel will reestablish the quiescent
condition.

13.17 Evacuation
If it is necessary to activate the Fire Alarm Sounder (Horn) output ONLY, without
activating other outputs and/or relays (For example, for Evacuation drill), the Evacuation
function, which switches ON (only) the General alarm output (out 4), The Alarm Dialer
and the Fire Alarm Sounder (Horn), can be activated at access level 2 (i.e. a password is
required) using the keyboard.

Note
i No Other output, and NO relay are activated.

13.18 Field test and Test State


Field test is used for testing of the system by a single person. Field test can be selected
for a single zone or a group of zones.
During field test, activation of a device in the selected zones will light the device's alarm
LED, indicate the zone on the control panel by the zone number and alarm LED in the
status display section. The test will not activate output devices. The system will reset
the activated zone about 15 seconds after activation. An alarm from a zone that was not
selected for testing will immediately activate the fire alarm condition at the panel.
This state is indicated by "– – –" in the status display.
See Field Test (ft), page 65.

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14 Control Panel Configuration and Programming


14.1.1 Configuring the Control Panel
The ECD is delivered in a default configuration Modify only if necessary, by
programming the ECD, as explained below
The time and date must be updated; the passwords have to be modified, etc.
Please see Support Functions Programming, page 64.
The TSA-1000X's operating parameters can be easily configured and modified in the
field by programming the required parameters, to allow for the specific requirements of
each site.
System parameters modifications are limited to access level 3 (programmer).
After entering programming mode you can modify the general settings (relay activation
conditions); zone configuration, and output activation conditions.

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14.2 Menu Structure

Figure 19 Menu Structure

14.3 Entering the Programming Mode


Press Menu to enter the main menu. Press the ▲ or ▼ keys until the display shows PG
(programming mode). Press Enter to enter programming mode. The display will flash
PAS (password) and the TSA-1000X will wait for the password (default 2222).

14.4 Key Functions During Programming


The keyboard has different functions in programming mode.
Key Function in Programming Mode
Menu (1) Moves the "cursor" between programmable fields that vary according
to the device and type selected

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Key Function in Programming Mode


▲ (2) Navigates between options available in the selected field
▼ (3) Navigates between options available in the selected field
Enter (4) Selects, marks or removes a zone from the matrix
Ack/Prog (5) Saves the temporary programming data to the non-volatile memory
Reset Exits programming mode without saving. The display shows nSv (not
Saved) and will return to programming mode after a few seconds.
Pressing the Reset key a second time will exit without saving.

14.5 Display during Programming


During programming the 3-digit 7 segment display represents:
• Leftmost digit – device type
• Middle digit – device (input, output, or relay) number
• Right digit – mode of operation
Event type field (the top three LEDs to the right of the Status display) will indicate the
event type (alarm, fault or supervisory)
Delay field – represented by the nine left and one bottom right LEDs of the general
display area indicate delay time in steps of 5 seconds up to 50 seconds.
The AVF LED indicates alarm verification for inputs and Silenced LED indicates silence
for outputs.
The zone indicators represent input zones for output matrix programming. During matrix
programming when the alarm zone LED is lit, it means that activating this zone will
cause an alarm condition. During matrix programming when the supervisory zone LED
is lit, it means that activating this zone will indicate a supervisory fault...
Selected fields blink when selected.

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Figure 20 The status display representation of digits and letters

14.6 Programming Sequence


14.6.1 Programming Steps
There are five steps to programming the control panel:
• Enter programming mode
• Program the control panel's general parameters
• Program relays
• Program inputs
• Program outputs and matrices
• Save to non-volatile memory
Note
i When in programming mode, the buzzer resounds after 30 minutes without
use of the keyboard to remind you not to leave the control panel in
programming mode.

14.6.2 Programming Sequence for Each Parameter


For each control parameter the programming sequence is as follows:
• Select the device type (left digit)
• Press the Menu key to move the cursor to the middle digit and select the device
number
• Press the Menu key to move the cursor to the right digit and select the device mode

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• Press the Menu key to move the cursor to select the event type with the LEDs to the
right of the Status display
• Press the Menu key to move the cursor to select the delay. Each LED in this field
represents a delay of 5 seconds
• Press the Menu key to move the cursor to select verification for input devices or
silenced for output devices
• Press the Menu key to move the cursor to select the input zones for the matrix
(alarm LED of the in the zone display area)

Figure 21 Device selection

14.7 Non Programmable Output Functions


Dialer, Alarm Sounder, Expansion card, Annunciator and Panel number are fixed
functions and cannot be modified. Their status can only be displayed.

14.8 Relay Programming


Relays 1-5 are fixed function and their assignment cannot be changed.
14.8.1 Relay 6 (Programmable Relay)
Relay 6 is a programmable relay and can be configured as alarm, fault, or supervisory
relay.
When the operating mode of relay 6 is defined as General, A or b, the relay can be
programmed as an Alarm relay or Supervisory relay using the LEDs to the right of the
Status display.
When selecting alarm or supervisory mode, relay 6 has additional fields to define, the
delay field, "silenced" field (only when programmed to Alarm mode), and the matrix field.

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During relay programming the left digit will be r (relay). The center digit represents the
relay number. The rightmost digit represents the relay's operating mode (G – General; A
– logical "And" of selected inputs, b – logical "Or" of selected inputs).

Figure 22 Display during relay programming


Refer to section 14.6 on page 57 for a detailed explanation of these fields.
Note
i A relay that is defined as a Fault relay will be energized (with its contacts
OPEN) when the system is powered and in normal state (see diagram
below).

Figure 23 Relay Contacts, Normal Operations and Upon Activation

14.9 Input Programming


The main board contains 4 inputs, numbered 1 – 4 from left to right. Inputs of the
expansion module are indicated by a LED near to the input's contacts on the expansion
card that is lit when selected
In zone programming mode the leftmost digit will display i (input), the center digit
represents the zone number (zones 10 are represented by the letter A respectively), and
the right digit represents the mode of operation as follows:

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• d – Represents a standard initiating device zone (detectors, etc.) or supervisory


input. Additional fields can set the verification delay time and verification enabling.
Refer to section 14.6 on page 57 for a detailed explanation of these fields.
• P – Represents manual alarm call points (push Button) zone
Note
i A push-button input (P) has a higher priority than inputs defined as h (type 1
hold) or H (type 2 hold).
Activating a call-point connected to a type P input will result in release
of extinguishing release even when hold extinguishing (h or H) is
activated.
• Ξ – Represents a pressure switch input
• A – Represents an Abort switch input
• F – Represents a flow switch input
• H – Represents a Hold switch (per EN-12094-1, para. 4.20.3 b))
• ┌┘ – Represents the Manual Only mode of operation. Extinguishing activation by
detectors and fire alarm manual call points is disabled.

Note
i Some of the input types may have additional fields such as verification and
delay. Refer to the appropriate sections for details.

Figure 24 Display during input programming

14.9.1 Zones
Zones 1, 2, and 3 can only be configured for delay (0 – 50 seconds) and for verification

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Input 4 can be configured as a detector zone (d), manual alarm call point (P). It can be
configured as a supervisory or alarm input, and can be configured for delay (0 – 50
seconds) and for verification
14.9.2 Fixed Function Inputs

Note
i Abort, Hold, Flow Switch, Pressure Switch, Manuel/Automatic and Manual
Only Mode Key Switch, Extinguishant Release Push Button are Fixed-
function inputs, and cannot be modified.

14.10 Output Programming


The main board contains 4 outputs, numbered 1 – 4 from left to right. Outputs on the
expansion modules are indicated by a LED next to the output's contacts on the
expansion card that is lit when selected.
During output programming the left digit will be o (output). The center digit represents
the output number (1. – First output, 2. – second output, etc). The rightmost digit
represents the output's operating mode (G – General; A – logical "And" of selected
inputs, b – logical "Or" of selected inputs; E – Extinguishing output).

Figure 25 Display during output programming

14.10.1 Additional Parameters for General Outputs


An output that is defined as a General output (Output 4 only) can be programmed as an
Alarm output or a Supervisory output using the LEDs to the right of the Status display.
When selecting an alarm output there are additional fields to define, the delay field,
"silenced" field, and the matrix field.
• General Alarm outputs can be programmed with a delay, and defined as "silenced"
or "not silenced".
• General Supervisory outputs can be programmed with a delay.

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14.10.2 Additional Parameters for Logical "And" Outputs


An output that is defined as a Logical "And" output (Output 4 Only) can be programmed
as an Alarm or Supervisory output using the LEDs to the right of the Status display.
• Logical "And" Alarm outputs can be programmed with a delay, defined as "silenced"
or "not silenced", and the zones that belong to the logical operation.
• Logical "And" Supervisory outputs can be programmed with a delay, and the zones
that belong to the logical operation.
14.10.3 Additional Parameters for Logical "Or" Outputs
An output that is defined as a Logical "Or" output (Output 4 Only) can be programmed as
an Alarm or Supervisory output using the LEDs to the right of the Status display.
• Logical "Or" Alarm outputs can be programmed with a delay, defined as "silenced"
or "not silenced", and the zones that belong to the logical operation.
• Logical "Or" Supervisory outputs can be programmed with a delay, and the zones
that belong to the logical operation.
14.10.4 Extinguishing Output (Output 1)
Fixed function output. Can be configured for extinguishing delay ("countdown") and
inclusion of zones 1 – 4 in the activation matrix
o1.E. – all zones in the matrix will activate extinguishing
o1.E – any two zones in the matrix will activate extinguishing
Refer to section 14.6 on page 57 for a detailed explanation of these fields.
14.10.5 Programmable Out 4
Output 4 is a Programmable output. (Default-Alarm)

14.11 Extinguishing Pulse Delay Programming


This option allows setting variable delay from activation to triggering the extinguisher...
The middle and right digit show the delay in 5 second steps (i.e., 4 equals 20 seconds, 5
equals 25 seconds, etc.)
Valid inputs ........................... u04 (20 seconds) to u99 (495 seconds)
Default .................................. u04 (20 seconds)

14.12 Extinguishing Pulse Duration Programming


This option allows setting variable extinguishing pulse duration. The middle and right
digit show the pulse duration in 5 second steps (i.e., 4 equals 20 seconds, 5 equals 25
seconds, etc.)
Valid inputs ........................... u04 (20 seconds) to u99 (495 seconds)
Default .................................. u04 (20 seconds)

14.13 Reset Inhibit Period Programming


This menu option allows modification of the time from the end of the extinguishing pulse
until it is possible to reset the control panel. The middle and right digit show the time in
minutes.
Valid inputs ........................... ‫כ‬01 (1 minute) to ‫כ‬15 (15 minutes)
Default .................................. ‫כ‬01 (1 minute)

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14.14 Manual Activation Delay Programming


This menu option allows setting the extinguishing release delay when extinguishing is
activated from the Activate switch on the panel. F01 (default) means that extinguishing
delay from manual activation switch on the front panel will be the same as that set for
output 1 (extinguishing output). "F01." means that when the CDE is triggered by the
panel mounted manual activation switch, Extinguishing is immediate (No delay).
Valid inputs ........................... F01 (same delay as when activated from zones) or
F01. (No delay, immediate release
Default .................................. F01. (No delay)

14.15 Saving Data and exiting the Programming Mode


In order to store the parameters at the end of the programming all system configurations
press the Ack/Prog key for a few seconds until the display will show PPP and a long
beep will sound. If the programming process is successful the system will return to
normal display (the Status display moves the figure 8 from left to right).
The system checks automatically the validity and integrity of the settings and will display
an error message E## (Error ##). Please refer to section 19.4 on page 73.
When trying to exit programming mode without saving by pressing the Reset key, the
system will display nSv (not Saved). This message will be displayed only when
performing changes. Pressing the Reset key a second time will exit the system
programming without any changes. When reviewing the programming without changes,
the exit is without any warnings.
The system stores configuration programming permanently, even when both primary
and secondary power sources are disconnected.

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15 Support Functions Programming


15.1 Evacuation (EVC)
Press the Menu key to enter the main menu. Press the ▲ or ▼ keys until the display
shows EVC. Press the Enter key and then the password to activate all general outputs.
To quit, press Reset.

15.2 Disabling or Enabling a Zone or an Output (OFF)


Press the Menu key to enter the main menu. Press the ▲ or ▼ keys until the display
shows OFF. Press the Enter key to move the cursor to the device field. Select the
device by pressing the ▲ or ▼ keys. Press the Enter key to toggle the device between
normal and disabled. A disabled device will show u in the right digit.
Press the Ack/Prog key for a few seconds until the display will show PPP and a long
beep will sound. The system will indicate the disabled zone or output on the Status
display (x#u), the Disabled LED in the general display area, and the disabled zone's
Disabled LED in the zone display area,
Input or Output Can it be Disabled?
d (Dialer) 
H (Horn) 
R1 (Relay 1 – Alarm) 
R2 (Relay 2 – Alarm) 
R3 (Relay 3 –Fault) 
R4 (Relay 4 – Pre-Activated, 1st Stage) 
nd
R5 (Relay 5 – Activated, 2 Stage) 
R6 (Relay 6) 
R# (Relay #, where # indicates relay number 
1 – 6)
i1 (In 1 – Zone 1) 
i2 (In 2 – Zone 2) 
i3 (In 3 – Zone 3) 
i4 (In 4 – in 4) 
i5 (In 5 – Abort) 
i6 (In 6 – Hold) 
i7 (In 7 – Flow) 
i8 (In 8 – Pressure switch) 
i9 (In 9 – Manual Only Switch) 
iA (In 10 – Activate) 
ib (In 11 – Kill Switch) 
iC (In 12 – FWRE) 

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Input or Output Can it be Disabled?


1. (Out 1 – Extinguisher) 
2. (Out 2 – Extinguishing Sounder/Strobe) 
3. (Out 3 – Extinguishing Activated Sign) 
4. (Out 4 – Programmable) 
5. (Open Collector 1 – Abort) 
6. (Open Collector 2 – Hold) 
7. (Open Collector 3 – Released) 
8. (Open Collector 4 – Pressure Switch) 
9. (Open Collector 5 – Manual Only) 
10. (Open Collector 6 – Zone 1) 
11. (Open Collector 7 – Zone 2) 
12. (Open Collector 8 – Zone 3) 

15.3 Field Test (ft)


Press the Menu key to enter the main menu. Press the ▲ or ▼ keys until the display
shows Ft. Press the Enter key. Select the zones for testing by using the ▲ or ▼ keys.
Press Enter to select the appropriate zone – the rightmost digit will show t. Press the
Ack/Prog key to start the field test. The system will indicate Field Test mode by
displaying the Test LED in the general display area, the private Test LED in the zone
display area, and – – – on the status display.
During the test the zone number and the alarm LED will light for 15 seconds. In case of
an alarm or fault events that occur during field test the Status display will indicate them
with a higher priority.
To quit field test and return to normal operation repeat the procedure listed above until
all inputs do not have a t (test) displayed in the rightmost digit.

15.4 Event Log (LOG)


The event log (LOG) menu is used to display or print the alarm and fault event log and
system configuration.
Page through the menus until the display shows LOG. Press Enter. The system will
request the password (PAS). Enter the password (default 2222) and use the
Menu/Select key to page between the fields.
Left Digit Center Digit Right Digit
Record type Selects language Action (press the
• t – fault event log • E – English Buzzer/Ack/Prog key to
print or clear the log)
• A – alarm event log • S – Secondary
language • P – Printing
• C – system
configuration • c – clear log

15.5 Alarm Counter (ALC)


The alarm counter displays the total number of alarms accumulated in the system.

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Page through the menus until the display shows ALC. Press Enter. The system will
request the password (PAS). Enter the password (default 2222) and press Enter. The
display will show the alarm count.

15.6 Configuration Counter


The configuration counter (or Programming Counter) displays the total number of times
the configuration has been changed. To see this data, page through the menus until the
display shows "inf". Press Enter. Select P (Programming Counter) to display it.

15.7 Changing Password (PAS)


This menu is used to change the Operator (access level 2) and Programmer (access
level 3) passwords.
Page through the menus until the display shows PAS. Press Enter. The system will
request the password by blinking PAS. Enter the programmer's password (default 2222)
and press Enter.
The leftmost character will indicate which password is viewed or modified –
Programmer's (P) or Operator's (O) password. The center character represents the digit
number (1 – 4), and the rightmost character shows the value of that digit (1 – 6).
Navigate between the fields by pressing Menu. Change the field's value by using the ▲
and ▼ keys.

15.8 Setting Time and Date (t+d)


Page through the menus until the display shows "t+d" (time + date). Press Enter. The
system will request the password (PAS). Enter the password (default 2222) and press
Enter. The leftmost field indicates the hour (h), minute (m), day (d), month (M), and
year (Y). The middle and right digits represent the value of the left field.
To store the modified time and date press the Ack/Prog key for a few seconds until the
display will show PPP and a long beep will sound. The system will return to normal
display (the Status display moves the figure 8 from left to right).
To exit without modifying the time and date press the Reset key, the system will display
nSv (not Saved). This message will be displayed only when performing changes.
Pressing the Reset key a second time will exit without any changes.

15.9 Lamp Test (lt)


Page through the menus until the display shows lt.
Lamp test turns on all LEDs on the panel's keyboard / display and the Status display
shows 8.8.8. The internal buzzer will also sound. The two dual color LEDs (Telecom
and Sounders) in the general display area will be yellow and then red.

15.10 Additional Information (inF)


The additional information menu shows the system's software version, and total number
of times the system was programmed.

15.11 Restoring Default Configuration (dEF)


This option allows the return to factory default (dEF).
The system requests you to enter the password twice in order to safeguard against
accidental reconfiguration.

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Warning
! When reestablishing the default configuration, all existing system
configuration and programming (including passwords, activation
conditions and matrices) are reset to the factory default values.
Disconnect all extinguishing devices and other critical activation
outputs before reestablishing the factory default configuration.
Reconfigure the panel for the site's specific requirements and verify
that the ECD is in the quiescent state and properly configured before
reconnecting any extinguishers or other critical outputs.

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16 Commissioning
• Verify that ALL POWER SOURCES are disconnected
• Verify that THE EXTINGUISHER IS DISCONNECTED (both wires), connect
DUMMY extinguisher load
• Verify that all required interfaces are connected. Verify correct wiring
• Verify presence of required EOL resistors
• Connect mains and battery
• Fix all faults
• When ALL faults are fixed and ECD is in the quiescent state, configure and program
the ECD as required.
• Update site specific data and date and time
• Change the level 2 and 3 passwords
• Verify that the POWER LED lit and that the character 8 scrolls form left to right in
the alphanumeric display.
• Perform a full Field Test,
• Perform an activation test
• Test and verify correct operation from detectors and from manual activation
• Verify that the ECD lock and switch keys are available and accessible to operators
• Attach the required documentation to or near the Control Panel
• Disconnect ALL power, Remove dummy load, connect the extinguisher output
• Connect power
• Verify that the ECD is in the quiescent state
16.1.1 Additional System Documentation
In different countries and according to some CP installation regulations, it is sometimes
required to place a document containing condensed system information and operating
instructions on, or near the CP.
It is recommended to attach the condensed document to the system’s front panel, or
frame it and place it in a prominent, highly visible position nearby:
It is recommended that the document shall at least contain the following;
• Actions to be taken upon events of alarm or fault by the operators
• A list of areas/zones as installed in the protected premises, and blank spaces for
their details and description
• Text referring to The name, address and phone number of the service
representative, and blank spaces to fill in the details after installation
• Text referring to the name, address and phone number of the Installing
representative, and blank spaces to fill in the details after installation.
• Document issue number and date
• If the document is not attached to the CP front panel, a note at the bottom stating
that it shall be framed and placed near the CP for ready reference
A sample form is attached at the end of this manual.

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17 Maintenance
No specific maintenance is required for the TSA100X.
Keep the TSA100X clean and dry. If necessary, clean the outside of the enclosure with a
slightly damp cloth.
The batteries should be tested and replaced according to the instructions of the battery's
manufacturer.
If the batteries show any signs of swelling, leakage or corrosion, or the ECD indicates a
battery fault, replace with a new set.
Maintenance routine:
Verify that the field wires are fully inserted into the TB, and no wires are broken.
Tighten the TBs, if necessary
Verify ECD is in the quiescent condition

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18 Routine Testing
The TSA-100X shall be tested weekly as specified in the next paragraph.
The system should be fully tested at least twice a year, or as required by national and/or
local fire codes. All devices, system wiring and component functions should be tested
and maintained. These inspections should be performed in addition to the routine
maintenance activities such as cleaning the detectors (which should be performed in
accordance with Telefire’s instructions).
Perform a Field Test of each zone.
Maintenance and test actions shall be conducted by a company or service technician
authorized by Telefire.
Records of all inspection and maintenance activities should be kept.
Note
i Testing shall be performed by authorized service personnel that are
employed by authorized companies.

18.1 Weekly Inspection – To Be Performed By Site Personnel


The site's delegated person should inspect the control panel weekly and verify that the
ECD is in the quiescent state, as detailed below:
• The green Power LED is On steadily
• None of the yellow or red LEDs are on or blinking
• The control panel's fault buzzer does not sound
• The Status display moves the figure 8 from left to right
Perform a Light Test to verify that all the LEDs are functioning.
Call your service company if any of these conditions is not met

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19 Troubleshooting

Note
i The # symbol in sections to represent the number of the input, output' relay'
expansion module, etc.

19.1 Maintenance Alert


Photoelectric and multi-sensor smoke detects manufactured by Telefire have unique
physical characteristics that allow them to operate for very long period under normal
operating conditions.
The detectors perform drift compensation automatically as dust residue collects in the
detector until such time that the detector can no longer compensate for the drift. At this
time the detector will indicate the need to clean it by increasing the led flashing
frequency from once every four and a half seconds to twice a second.
The TSA-1000X indicats the zone with detector and maintenance fault by indicating the
number of the zone in the left and center digits in the Status display and by alternating
the top and bottom lines in the right digit.

19.2 System Status Display Indications

– – – Field Test
V # Zone # verification
9 ┌┘ Manual–only switch was activated
5 A Abort switch was activated
6 H Hold (H) was activated
u
# # Input ## disabled
u
# #. Output ## disabled
U
r # Relay # is disabled
E E E Extinguishing active
E 1. A Extinguishing Activated – replace extinguishant

19.3 System Faults

A C No input power – AC LED


d – Open wire on Dialer output
u
d Dialer disabled
d ‫י‬ Short wire on Dialer output

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H – Open wire on Horn output


u
H Horn output disabled
H ‫י‬ Short wire on Horn output
V d 24VDC fault
V r 24VDC (resettable) fault
# # ' Short wire on input #
# # – Open wire on input #
8 Ξ A pressure switch input (Ξ) input was activated
# #. ' Short wire on output #
# #. – Open wire on output #
# #. | Over-current on output ##
2 4 i Faulty 24V supply from the power supply
A # ' Annunciator # is disconnected
A # A Annunciator # is connected, but is not configured
b t – Disconnected battery
b t L Low battery voltage
C # – Expansion Module # is not connected
C # c Expansion module # – configuration error
C # E Expansion Module # is connected, but is not configured
C h – Charger fault (disconnected)
C H L Low charge
C h ‫י‬ Charger fault (short)
C o d Checksum error – return the TSA–1000 to the manufacturer for
repair
C P r Hardware reset (CP 10 version only)
d A t Checksum error on site–specific data. Return the control panel
to the factory default configuration (see section 7.3 on page 66).
Reconfigure the control panel, including input, outputs, and
activation matrices.
d t ' FWRE output is shorted
d t – FWRE output is open
E #. A Extinguishing output # activated.
This display remains even after control panel reset to
ensure replacement of extinguishing agent. To clear this
status enter programming mode and return to normal after
a few seconds.

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E E P EPROM failure – return to manufacturer for repair


G F – Ground fault – negative wire leakage
G F ┤ Ground fault – positive wire leakage

Note
i Ground leakage faults may affect output fault display. Resolve the ground
fault issues first.

19.4 Programming Faults

# E Extra Device – a control panel exists in the network but is not


defined as a Sub Panel
E r r Wrong password
E 0 1 Expansion module configuration error
E 0 2 The expansion module that is installed is not the type that was
configured
E 2 0 Zone definition error
E 2 1 Non-consecutive zone number (e.g., an expansion module was
configured as zones 6 – 13 instead of 5 – 12)
E 4 0 An output was defined as neither an alarm nor a supervisory
output
E 4 1 The extinguishing output was defined as a supervisory output
E 4 2 A supervisory output is defined without supervisory inputs
E 4 3 Output configuration error
E 4 4 Non-consecutive output number (e.g., an expansion module
was configured as outputs 6 – 13 instead of 5 – 12)
E 4 5 A supervisory matrix configuration error:
• A supervisory output matrix includes alarm or fault inputs
• A supervisory output has no supervisory inputs
• An "And" (A) supervisory output has less than 2 inputs
• An Or (b) supervisory output does not include any inputs
E 4 6 An alarm or extinguishing matrix configuration error:
• An alarm output matrix includes supervisory or fault inputs
• The extinguishing output matrix includes fault inputs
• An alarm or extinguishing output has no alarm inputs
• An "And" (A) alarm output has less than 2 inputs
• An Or (b) alarm output does not include any alarm inputs
E 6 0 A relay was defined without defining output type

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E 6 1 Non-consecutive relay number (e.g., an expansion module was


configured as relays 5 – 7 instead of 4 – 6)
E 6 2 A relay was defined as a supervisory output, but no supervisory
input was defined
E 6 3 Wrong definition of alarm relay
E 6 4 A supervisory relay is defined without supervisory inputs
E 6 5 A relay matrix is defined without inputs
n S v Not Saved – the programming modification was not saved to
permanent memory

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20 Certification
Telefire’s TSA-1000X has the following certification and approvals:
• EN 54-2 and EN 54-4 Certified
• SI 1220 part two Certified
• EN 12094-1 Certified
• CE Marked
• GOST Compliant

20.1 CE Label

Figure 26 TSA-1000X CE label

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TSA-1000X Instructions for Immediate Action

Normal "Power" LED is ON and the digital display scrolls a figure 8 from
left to right.
Alarm Condition "Alarm" LEDs, internal buzzer and the Alarm Sounder are ON.
Action Take appropriate actions in accordance with the pertinent
instructions at your site, and notify the relevant entities.
Silencing
To silence the Alarm Sounder press "Silence/Resound" key.
Return to After taking the actions detailed above, restore the system to
Normal Operation normal operation by pressing the "Reset" key.
from Alarm
Automatic Extinguishing is performed automatically, without human
Extinguishing intervention (Except for triggering by Manual Release).
After the extinguishing pulse ends, the TSA-1000 enters the
"Extinguishing Fault" state.
Call the service representative listed below if the extinguishers
were activated, to replenish the extinguishant, restore extinguishing
capability and return to normal operation.
Fault Condition The General and specific "Fault" LEDs turns on, and the internal
buzzer sounds.
Action Take appropriate actions in accordance with the pertinent
instructions at your site.
Resolving the fault will automatically restore the system to normal
operating conditions.
Silencing To silence the internal buzzer press the "Buzzer Off" key.
Please refer to the TSA-1000X Technical Manual for further details.
Zone Description
1
2
3
4

Service Representative
Name:______________ ____________________________________________
Address:_____ ___________________________________________________
Phone:__________________________________________________________

Installing Representative:
Name:______________ __________________________________________________________________
Address:_________ ____________________________________________________________________
Phone:__________ _____________________________________________________________________
This document shall be framed, details filled, and placed adjacent to the control unit

TSA-1000X Instructions for Immediate Use Version 1.01 December 2011