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T1000MARINE CONTROLLERUser Manual

11th September 2000

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T1000 MARINE FIRE DETECTION CONTROLLER 1. 1.1 1.2 2. 2.1 2.1.1 2.1.2 2.1.3 2.1.4 2.2 2.2.1 2.3 3. INTRODUCTION SCOPE OF THE MANUAL OVERVIEW INDICATIONS AND CONTROLS DISPLAY CONDITION AREA ZONE AREA OUTPUT LED INDICATORS STANDARD CONTROLS DISPLAY SCREEN FORMATS AND ASSOCIATED FUNCTION PUSHBUTTONS OTHER PUSHBUTTON FUNCTIONS OPERATION QUIESCENT (NORMAL) CONDITION CONTROLLER SECURITY ACCESS LEVELS CONTROLLER SOUNDER OPERATION ZONE PRIORITIES FIRE ALARM MANUAL ALARM EVACUATE TECHNICAL ALARMS LAMP TEST FIRE ALARM/FAULT DIAGNOSIS FLOWCHART ZONE FAULTS OUTPUT FAULTS SYSTEM FAULTS FAULT AREA TABLE ERROR CODE TABLE ACCESS LEVEL-3 FUNCTIONS CURRENT TIME AND DATE USER TEXT MESSAGES 1 1 1 2 2 2 2 2 3 4 4 7 8 8 8 8 9 9 9 10 10 11 11 13 14 15 15 18 18 19 21 21 22 23 25 27

3.1 3.2 3.3 3.4 3.5 3.6 3.7 3.8 3.9 3.9.1 3.9.2 3.9.3 3.9.4 3.9.5 3.10 3.10.1 3.10.2 4. 4.1 4.2 4.3 4.4 4.5

SITE INFORMATION NT CONTROLLER SITE DETAILS NT CONTROLLER SITE AND VISIT DETAILS CAUSE AND EFFECT DEFAULT CONFIGURATION CUSTOMISED C AND E CONFIGURATION DETAILS - RECORD USER TEXT CONFIGURATION DETAILS

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T1000 MARINE FIRE DETECTION CONTROLLER 5. 5.1 5.1.1 5.1.2 5.2 5.2.1 5.2.2 5.3 5.3.1 5.3.2 5.3.3 6. ROUTINE MAINTENANCE AND TESTING USER MAINTENANCE GENERAL CLEANING ROUTINE TESTING DAILY WEEKLY SERVICE MAINTENANCE QUARTERLY ANNUALLY EVERY 4 YEARS FIRE CONTROLLER AREA DESCRIPTOR TABLE 28 28 28 28 28 28 28 28 28 29 29 30

ANNEX A - REPEATER OPERATION1. 2. 2.1 2.2 2.3 2.4 2.4.1 2.4.2 INTRODUCTION FAULT REPORTING ZONE FAULTS OUTPUT FAULTS SYSTEM FAULTS COMMUNICATION FAULTS REPEATER FAILS TO RECEIVE AN ACKNOWLEDGEMENT FROM THE MASTER PANEL MASTER FAILS TO RECEIVE AN ACKNOWLEDGEMENT FROM A REPEATER PANEL 31 32 32 32 32 32 32 32

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T1000 MARINE FIRE DETECTION CONTROLLER

1.1.1

INTRODUCTIONSCOPE OF THE MANUAL

This manual contains the necessary information to enable trained personnel to use and maintain the T1000 Marine Fire Detection Controller.1.2 OVERVIEW

The T1000 Marine Series of Fire Detection System of Controllers are available in 8 Zone and 16 Zone versions. Each version provides the user with versatile Fire Detection Annunciation Features. The controllers User Interface is provided in the form of a pushbutton keypad, a 2-line LCD display and LED indicators. The Controller monitors and reports its current status via its front panel and visual/audible enunciators. The manner in which the controller responds to Fire Alarm and Fault conditions is a function of the built in Cause and Effect Firmware. Up to 3 repeater panels may be connected to a T1000 Marine Controller, refer to Annex A for repeater operation.

DISPLAY

FUNCTION PUSHBUTTONS

LED INDICATORS FUNCTION PUSHBUTTONS

Fig. 1.2

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T1000 MARINE FIRE DETECTION CONTROLLER

2.2.1

INDICATIONS AND CONTROLSDISPLAY

Detailed information about the controller status is presented on a 2 x 40 character Liquid Crystal Display (LCD) in the form of eight discrete screens.

The display is divided into three areas:

2.1.1

CONDITION ZONE OUTPUT

CONDITION AREA

The Condition area displays one of eight condition screens:

2.1.2

QUIESCENT EVACUATE FIRE ALARM TECHNICAL ALARM FAULT WARNING SYSTEM FAULT DISABLEMENT TEST MODE

ZONE AREA

The Zone area displays which zone(s) has been effected.

2.1.3

OUTPUT

The Output area shows which outputs have been operated. Outputs 1 - 4 are relay outputs and outputs 5 - 8 are supervised sounder outputs.2 of 42 120-415-377 Issue 4

T1000 MARINE FIRE DETECTION CONTROLLER2.1.4 LED INDICATORS

The controller status is indicated by ten Light Emitting Diodes (LEDs).

FIRE ALARM - 2 Red LEDs, lit when a Fire Alarm is detected or an evacuate is initiated.

TECHNICAL ALARM - Yellow LED, lit when a Technical Alarm is detected.

FAULT WARNING - Yellow LED, lit when a Fault is detected.

SYSTEM FAULT - Yellow LED, lit when a System Fault is detected.

DISABLE - Yellow LED, lit when a Fire Zone or Supervised Output has been disabled at the controller.

TEST MODE - Yellow LED, lit when the One-man Walk Test Feature has been selected for a particular Fire Zone.

DAY/NIGHT - Yellow LED, lit when day mode is selected.

POWER - 2 LEDs, the left-hand Yellow LED indicates a total supply failure (only if the internal PP3 battery is fitted to the display PCB) and the right-hand Green LED indicates the supply is healthy.

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T1000 MARINE FIRE DETECTION CONTROLLER2.2 STANDARD CONTROLS

The T1000 Marine controller provides a pushbutton keypad to access the various control functions and settings of the controller. The pushbuttons are multi-functional and there use is dependent upon the selected function as detailed in the following sub-sections.

2.2.1

DISPLAY SCREEN FORMATS AND ASSOCIATED FUNCTION PUSHBUTTONS

Due to display screen limitations only the highest priority information is displayed at any one instance unless a user overrides the priority system by operation of the front panel pushbuttons. The priority is as follows: 1) Access level-1 display priority: a) Operator control requests - The T1000 Marine Controller obeys instructions and the front panel displays the requested information; the information is displayed permanently as long as no higher priority information currently exists, or for 20 seconds if higher priority information exists, or momentarily if a monitored event occurs. b) Unacknowledged (not Accepted) fire alarms. c) Unacknowledged (not Accepted) technical alarms. d) Unacknowledged (not Accepted) fault warnings. e) Unacknowledged (not Accepted) system faults. f) g) h) i) j) k) Acknowledged (Accepted) fire alarms. Acknowledged (Accepted) technical alarms. Acknowledged (Accepted) fault warnings. Acknowledged (Accepted) system faults. Disablement information. Test mode information.

2) At access level-2 the display obeys operator instructions and only reverts to level 1 20 seconds after the last pushbutton operation irrespective of any other events.

Note: It is recommended that the operator requests a return to level 1 by operating the SYSTEM ACCESS pushbutton twice rather than leaving the system at access level-2.

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T1000 MARINE FIRE DETECTION CONTROLLER There are eight display screen formats as follows: 1) The QUIESCENT screen displays a configured healthy message when there are no events in the system.

2) Pressing the EVACUATE pushbutton at access level-2 displays the following screen:

EVACUATE

FIRE ALARM

3) Pressing the FIRE ALARM pushbutton displays the configured message associated with the latest alarm and also displays all zones in alarm, together with an indication of first ( F ) and last ( L ) zones to alarm. The Fire Alarm screen also displays indication of all outputs driven, together with indication of the outputs that are disabled (D) and outputs that are faulty (F). It should be noted that each of the outputs maybe disabled but only the supervised outputs (5 to 8) report fault status. When entering access codes or page numbers the pushbutton is used to enter a 3.

TECHNICAL ALARM

4) Pressing the TECHNICAL ALARM pushbutton displays the configured message associated with the latest alarm and also displays all zones in alarm, together with an indication of first ( F ) and last ( L ) zones to alarm. The Technical Alarm screen also displays indication of all outputs driven, together with indication of the outputs that are disabled (D) and outputs that are faulty (F). It should be noted that each of the outputs maybe disabled but only the supervised outputs (5 to 8) report fault status. When entering access codes or page numbers the pushbutton is used to enter a 4.

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T1000 MARINE FIRE DETECTION CONTROLLER 5) Pressing the FAULT WARNING pushbutton displays a general fault warning screen message and places a marker(s) to indicate the zone(s) that generated the fault. Zones can be interrogated by moving the cursor to the fault zone marker and then entering access level-2 and holding the CURSOR SELECT pushbutton which provides a real time monitoring facility for the selected zone. When entering access codes or page numbers the pushbutton is used to enter a 5.

FAULT WARNING

6) Pressing the SYSTEM FAULT pushbutton displays a system fault warning screen message and places a marker(s) to indicate the relevant system fault message(s). System faults can be interrogated by moving the cursor to the system fault marker and then entering access level-2 and holding the CURSOR SELECT pushbutton which provides a real time monitoring facility for the selected zone. When entering access codes or page numbers the pushbutton is used to enter a 6.SYSTEM FAULT

7) Pressing the DISABLE pushbutton displays a disable warning screen message and places a marker(s) to indicate the zone(s) and/or output(s) if a disablement has been set. Disablement of a zone or output can only be set at Access level-2. When entering access codes or page numbers the pushbutton is used to enter a 7.DISABLE

8) Pressing the TEST MODE pushbutton displays a test mode warning screen message and places a marker(s) to indicate the zone(s) and/or output(s) if a test mode has been set. Test mode of a zone or output can only be set at Access level-2. When entering access codes or page numbers the pushbutton is used t

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