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Copyrights and Trademarks, 2006 2013 Tyco Australia Pty Limited All Rights Reserved. All specifications and other information shown were current as of document revision date. and are subject to change without notice, Tyco Simplex the Simplex logo MAPNET II IDNet TrueAlarm SmartSync. WALKTEST MINIPLEX and TrueAlert are trademarks of Tyco International Services. AG or its affiliates in the U S and or other countries VESDA is a trademark of Xtralis. Simplex fire alarm technology is protected by the following U S Patent Numbers. TrueAlarm analog smoke detection 5 155 468 5 173 683 and 5 543 777 IDNet and. MAPNET II addressable communications 4 796 025 TrueAlert addressable notification. 6 313 744 and 6 426 697 SmartSync horn strobe control 6 281 789. Australian Standard AS 4428 1,ActivFire Listing Number afp1682. Manufacture, The 4100ES is a Fire Indicator Panel manufactured for Tyco Fire Protection Products. Tyco Fire Protection Products,47 Gilby Road,Mt Waverley.
Phone 1300 725 688,Fax 1300 720 733,Product Site,Manufacture Date. Non Disclosure Agreement, Tyco THE COMPANY and the User of this these document s desire to share. proprietary technical information concerning electronic systems. For this reason the company is disclosing to the User information in the form of this these. document s In as much as the company considers this information to be proprietary and. desires that it be maintained in confidence it is hereby agreed by the User that such. information shall be maintained in confidence by the User for a period of TEN YEARS. after the issue date and only be used for the purpose for which it was supplied. During this period the User shall not divulge such information to any third party without. the prior written consent of the company and shall take reasonable efforts to prevent any. unauthorised disclosure by its employees However the User shall not be required to. keep such information in confidence if it was in their possession prior to its receipt from. the company if it is or becomes public knowledge without the fault of the User or the. information becomes available on an unrestricted basis from a third party having a legal. right to disclose such information, The User s receipt and retention of this information constitutes acceptance of these terms. This information is copyright and shall not be reproduced in any form whatsoever. End User Liability Disclaimer, The 4100ES Fire Alarm System provides a configuration programming facility which. may be accessed via a programming computer using a dongle Because this. programming facility allows the user to define in detail the operation of the 4100ES. System being customised changes may be made by the user that prevent this installation. from meeting statutory requirements, The Company therefore cannot accept any responsibility as to the suitability of the.
functions generated by the user using this programming facility. Model Number Firmware Revision,This manual applies to product with the following. Model number 4100ES,Firmware revision 1 02 04 and on. Document Name LT0350 4100ES Installation Maintenance Manual. Issue 1 51 17 August 2015,Amendment Log, 14 May 2004 Issue 1 0 6 Original based on 574 848 Rev G. 16 June 2005 Issue 1 0 7 Added Tyco 614 detectors to Appendix F. 30 Oct 2005 Issue 1 0 8 Added System Sensor detector 885WP B to List of. Approved Devices in Appendix F, 6 October Issue 1 0 9 References to LT0432 and 1976 181 Wiring Diagrams. 2006 added, 30 Nov 2006 Issue 1 0 10 Updated drawings 1976 181 Sheets 102 203 500.
23 Jan 2007 Issue 1 0 11 Clarification to RUI cabling limits Chapter 3. Checking wiring Appendix C T GEN connection, 9 Aug 2012 Issue 1 2 Changes for 4100ES introduction. 3 Oct 13 Issue 1 3 Changes for InfoAlarm display introduction. 29 Jan 15 Issue 1 4 Battery charger adjustment updated. 25 Feb 15 Issue 1 5 Updated drawing 1976 174 sheet 1. 17 Aug 15 Issue 1 51 Re PDF to remove xe text all the way through. Cautions Warnings and Regulatory Information, READ AND SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS Follow the instructions in this. installation manual These instructions must be followed to avoid damage to this product. and associated equipment Product operation and reliability depends upon proper. installation, DO NOT INSTALL ANY SIMPLEX PRODUCT THAT APPEARS DAMAGED. Upon unpacking your Simplex product inspect the contents of the carton for shipping. damage If damage is apparent immediately file a claim with the carrier and notify your. Simplex product supplier, SAFETY HAZARD The 4100ES CPU Card includes a lithium battery There is. danger of explosion if the battery is incorrectly replaced Replace only with the same. or equivalent type recommended by the manufacturer Dispose of used batteries. according to the manufacturer s instructions, ELECTRICAL HAZARD Disconnect electrical field power when making any internal.
adjustments or repairs All repairs should be performed by a representative or authorized. agent of your local Simplex product supplier, STATIC HAZARD Static electricity can damage components Therefore handle as. Ground yourself before opening or installing components use the 553 484 Static. Control Kit, Prior to installation keep components wrapped in anti static material at all times. EYE SAFETY HAZARD Under certain fibreoptic application conditions the optical. output of this device may exceed eye safety limits Do not use magnification such as a. microscope or other focusing equipment when viewing the output of this device. RADIO FREQUENCY ENERGY This equipment generates uses and can radiate. radio frequency energy and if not installed and used in accordance with the instruction. manual may cause interference to radio communications It has been tested and found to. comply with the limits defined in AS 4428 0 1997 and Amendment 1 2002. CLASS A PRODUCT In a domestic environment this product may cause radio. interference In which case the user may be required to take adequate measures. SYSTEM REACCEPTANCE TEST AFTER SOFTWARE CHANGES To ensure. proper system operation this product must be tested in accordance with AS 1670 after. any programming operation or change in site specific software Reacceptance testing is. required after any change addition or deletion of system components or after any. modification repair or adjustment to system hardware or wiring. All components circuits system operations or software functions known to be affected. by a change must be 100 tested In addition to ensure that other operations are not. inadvertently affected at least 10 of initiating devices that are not directly affected by. the change up to a maximum of 50 devices should also be tested and proper system. operation verified, IMPORTANT Verify 4100ES System Programmer Executive and Slave Software. compatibility when installing or replacing system components Refer to Solution Bulletin. SB11002 for compatibility information,Table of Contents. Copyrights and Trademarks iii,Approvals iii,Manufacture iii.
Product Site iii,Non Disclosure Agreement iv,End User Liability Disclaimer iv. Model Number Firmware Revision v,Document v,Amendment Log v. Cautions Warnings and Regulatory Information vi,Table of Contents vii. List of Figures xv,List of Tables xvi, Chapter 1 Introduction to the 4100ES Fire Alarm System 1. Introduction 1,In this Chapter 1,System Configurations 1.
Overview 1,Standalone Configuration 2,Overview 2,System Design 2. MINIPLEX RTU Configuration 3,Overview 3,System Design 3. RUI Communication 4,Network Configuration 5,Overview 5. Hub and Star Configurations 5,Connecting Loops 6,System Design 6. Network Communication 6,Glossary 7,Chapter 2 Installing 4100ES FIP Components 2 1.
Introduction 2 1,In this Chapter 2 1,Introduction to FIPs 4100ES 2 2. Overview 2 2,CPU Bay 2 2,Master Motherboard 2 3,CPU Card 2 4. Additional Modules 2 4,CPU Card LEDs 2 5,Operator Interface 2 6. System Power Supply SPS 2 7,System Power 2 8,The Power Distribution Interface PDI 2 8. Step 1 Mounting Cabinets 4100ES 2 9,Overview 2 9,Step 2 Mounting Card Bays to Cabinets 4100ES 2 9.
Overview 2 9,Front Mounting Bays 2 9,Rear Mounting Bays 2 10. Step 3 Configuring Cards 4100ES 2 11,Overview 2 11. Master Motherboard Configuration 2 11,CPU Card Configuration 2 11. SPS Configuration 2 11,PDI Configuration 2 12,Configuring Other Cards 2 12. Step 4 Interconnecting Modules and Bays 2 12,Overview 2 12.
Guidelines 2 12,Card Interconnections in the CPU Bay 2 13. Card Interconnections Within Expansion Bays 2 13,Basic Bay To Bay Interconnections 2 13. Connecting to Motherboards 2 14, Step 5 Installing Modules into Expansion Bays 4100ES 2 16. Overview 2 16,Placement Guidelines 2 16,Installing 4 X 5 Cards 2 19. Step 6 Installing LED Switch Modules into Expansion Bays 4100ES 2 21. Overview 2 21,The LED Switch User Interface 2 21,LED Switch Controller Card 2 21.
LED Switch Modules 2 22,Configuring the LED Switch Controller Card 2 22. Activating the Communication Loss Feature 2 22, Mounting LED Switch Modules to the Expansion Bay 2 23. Mounting the Controller Card Assembly 2 24,Changing Display Card LEDs 2 24. Interconnecting Cards 2 25,Wiring Instructions 2 26. Chapter 3 Installing 4100ES MINIPLEX RTU Components 3 1. Introduction 3 1,In this Chapter 3 1,Introduction to MINIPLEX Transponders 4100ES 3 2.
Overview 3 2,Transponder Cabinets 3 2,Transponder Interface Cards TICs 3 2. Basic TIC 3 2,Card Specifications 3 3,MINIPLEX System Guidelines 4100ES 3 4. Overview 3 4,Guidelines 3 4,Configuring Cards 4100ES 3 5. Overview 3 5,CPU Motherboard DIP Switch 3 5,TIC Configuration 3 5. Configuring Other Cards 3 5,TIC Riser Mounting 4100ES 3 6.
Overview 3 6,Mounting Instructions 3 6,TIC Motherboard Interconnections 4100ES 3 7. RUI Wiring 4100ES 3 8,Overview 3 8,Wiring Configurations 3 8. Figure 3 4 The Ferrite Bead 3 8,Chapter 4 Networking 4 1. Introduction 4 1,In this Chapter 4 1,Getting Started 4 2. Overview 4 2, Introduction to the 4100 Network Interface Card NIC 4 2.
Overview 4 2,Network Interface Card 4 3,NIC Card LED Indications 4 3. NIC Media Cards 4 4,Requirements and Limitations 4 5. Step 1 Configuring Network Cards 4 5,Motherboard Jumper Settings 4 5. NIC Card Address Setting 4 5,NIC Card Jumper Settings 4 6. Wired Media Card Jumper Settings 4 6,Step 2 Mounting Media Cards to the NIC 4 7.
Overview 4 7,Media Card Mounting 4 7,Step 3 Mounting Network Cards 4 8. Step 4 Wiring Network Cards 4 9,Overview 4 9,Wiring Guidelines 4 9. Wiring Distances 4 10,Related Documentation 4 10,Fiber Optic Wiring 4 11. Fiber Optic Connection Types 4 11,4190 9010 Coupler Requirements 4 12. Wiring with the Wired Media Card 4 13,Loop Wiring mixed Fibre and Cable 4 15.
Chapter 5 The System Power Supply Alarm Relay Card 5 1. Introduction 5 1,In this Chapter 5 1,SPS Specifications 5 2. Input Output BatterySpecifications 5 2,SPS Current Consumption 5 3. Environmental Requirements 5 4,SPS Configuration 5 4. Overview 5 4,Jumper Settings 5 4,Setting the Device Address 5 4. Adjusting Voltages 5 4,SPS LED Indications 5 5,Troubleshooting an SPS 5 6.
Overview 5 6,IDNet Power Monitor Trouble 5 6,Extra Device 5 6. Class A Trouble 5 6,Earth Fault Search 5 6,Short Circuit 5 6. Channel Fail 5 6,No Answer Bad Answer 5 6,Output Abnormal 5 6. The Alarm Relay Card 5 7,Overview 5 7,Mounting 5 7. Configuration 5 8,Warning 5 8,Specification 5 8,Chapter 6 SPS Field Wiring 4100ES 6 1.
Introduction 6 1,In this Chapter 6 1,General Field Wiring Guidelines 6 2. General Guidelines 6 2,SPS NAC Field Wiring Guidelines 6 3. Overview 6 3,Guidelines 6 3,Class A NAC Wiring 6 4. Class B NAC Wiring 6 5,Power Supply Wiring Distances 6 6. Overview 6 6,Class A NAC Wiring Table 6 6,Class B NAC Wiring Table 6 7.
Using T GEN 50 with 4100ES 6 8,Overview 6 8,Powering the T GEN 50 6 8. Controlling a T GEN 50 with a Relay Module 6 10,T GEN 50 Setting for Relay Operation 6 11. Controlling a T GEN 50 from a NAC Output 6 12,T GEN 50 Settings for NAC Operation 6 13. Fitting an EvacuationControl 6 14,SPS Auxiliary Power Wiring 6 15. Overview 6 15,Guidelines 6 15,Wiring 6 16,SPS Relay Wiring 6 17.
Overview 6 17,Aux 1 Relay 6 17,Alarm Relay Card 6 17. Relays 6 18,Chapter 7 IDNet Wiring Rules 7 1,Introduction 7 1. In this Chapter 7 1,IDNet Ports in 4100ES 7 2,Overview 7 2. IDNet Port Characteristics 7 2,Wiring to IDNet Devices 7 3. Overview 7 3,Guidelines 7 3,Class A Wiring 7 5,Class B Wiring 7 6.
Troubleshooting IDNet Faults 7 7,Overview 7 7,IDNet Power Monitor Trouble 7 7. Extra Device 7 7,Class A Trouble 7 7,Earth Fault Search 7 7. Short Circuit 7 7,Channel Fail 7 7,No Answer 7 7,Bad Answer 7 7. Output Abnormal 7 7,Chapter 8 Using Install Mode 8 1. Introduction 8 1,In this Chapter 8 1,Adding Devices to Install Mode 8 2.
Adding a Single Device to Install Mode 8 2,Adding Multiple Devices to Install Mode 8 3. Viewing Devices in Install Mode 8 5,Viewing Contents of Install Mode list 8 5. installation DO NOT INSTALL ANY SIMPLEX PRODUCT THAT APPEARS DAMAGED Upon unpacking your Simplex product inspect the contents of the carton for shipping damage If damage is apparent immediately file a claim with the carrier and notify your Simplex product supplier SAFETY HAZARD The 4100ES CPU Card includes a lithium battery There is

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