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Blank Page Back of Front Cover,Technical Manuals Online http www tech man com. Copyrights and Trademarks, Copyright Simplex Time Recorder Co 2001 All rights reserved. Printed in the United States of America, Information in this document is subject to change without notice No part of this document may. be reproduced or transmitted in any form or by any means electronic or mechanical for any. purpose without the express written consent of Simplex Time Recorder Company. Simplex and the Simplex logo are registered trademarks of Simplex Time Recorder Co. Technical Manuals Online http www tech man com,Cautions and Warnings. 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 Simplex. ELECTRICAL HAZARD Disconnect electrical field power when making any internal. adjustments or repairs Servicing should be performed by qualified Simplex Representatives. STATIC HAZARD Static electricity can damage components Therefore handle as follows. Ground yourself before opening or installing components use the 553 484 Static Control. Prior to installation keep components wrapped in anti static material at all times. EYE SAFETY HAZARD Under certain fiber optic 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 for a Class A computing device pursuant to Subpart J of Part 15 of FCC Rules which are. designed to provide reasonable protection against such interference when operated in a. commercial environment Operation of this equipment in a residential area may cause interference. in which case the user at his own expense will be required to take whatever measures may be. required to correct the interference, SYSTEM REACCEPTANCE TEST AFTER SOFTWARE CHANGES To ensure proper.
system operation this product must be tested in accordance with NFPA72 1996 Chapter 7 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 must also be tested and proper system operation verified. Technical Manuals Online http www tech man com,Table of Contents. How to Use this Publication ix,Introduction ix,General Conventions ix. Keyboard Conventions ix,Using the Mouse x,Chapter 1 Basic Concepts and Operations 1 1. Introduction 1 1,In this Chapter 1 1,Basic System Description 1 2.
Overview 1 2,Normal Appearance of Operator Interface Panel 1 4. Description 1 4,Chapter 2 Alarm Conditions 2 1,Introduction 2 1. In this Chapter 2 1,Acknowledging an Alarm 2 2, How the 4100 Indicates that an Alarm has Occurred 2 2. Overview Acknowledging Alarms 2 2,Globally Acknowledging Alarms 2 3. Individually Acknowledging Alarms 2 3,Silencing an Alarm 2 5.
Overview 2 5,Using the Alarm Silence Key 2 5,Resetting the System 2 6. Overview 2 6,Resetting a System with Active Alarms 2 6. Performing a Hardware Reset 2 7,Disabling a Point that Remains in Alarm 2 8. Overview 2 8,Important Notes 2 8,Procedure 2 8,Chapter 3 Trouble Conditions 3 1. Introduction 3 1,In this Chapter 3 1,Overview 3 2, How the 4100 Indicates the Presence of a Trouble 3 2.
What Acknowledge Does 3 2,Global Versus Individual Acknowledge 3 2. Trouble Indications for TrueAlarm Sensors 3 3,What to Do when TrueAlarm Troubles Occur 3 3. Acknowledging Troubles 3 4,Technical Manuals Online http www tech man com. Globally Acknowledging Troubles 3 4,Individually Acknowledging Troubles 3 4. If the Trouble Doesn t Clear 3 6,Overview 3 6,System Reset Key 3 6.
Disabling a Point with a Trouble Condition 3 6,Chapter 4 Supervisory Conditions 4 1. Introduction 4 1,In this Chapter 4 1,Overview 4 2, How the 4100 Indicates the Presence of a Supervisory Condition 4 2. What Acknowledge Does 4 2,Acknowledging Supervisory Conditions 4 3. Globally Acknowledging Supervisory Conditions 4 3, Individually Acknowledging Supervisory Conditions 4 3. Chapter 5 Selecting Points for Status and Control 5 1. Introduction 5 1,In this Chapter 5 1, Selecting Points from Alarm Trouble Supervisory List 5 2.
Procedure 5 2,Selecting Points from the Menu 5 3,Procedure 5 3. Selecting Points with the Entry Keypad 5 4,Overview 5 4. Selecting Points 5 4,Chapter 6 Advanced Functions 6 1. Introduction 6 1,In this Chapter 6 1,Logging In and Out of the System 6 2. Introduction 6 2,Log In Procedure 6 2,Log Out Procedure 6 3.
Setting System Time and Date 6 5,Procedure 6 5,Procedure 6 5. Viewing the Time at which an Event Occurred 6 6,Overview 6 6. Procedure 6 6,Enabling and Disabling Points 6 7,Overview 6 7. Procedure 6 7,Technical Manuals Online http www tech man com. Forcing Points On and Off 6 8,Overview 6 8,Forcing Points ON and OFF 6 8.
Returning a Point to Automatic Operation 6 8,Displaying and Clearing Historical Logs 6 9. Overview 6 9,Displaying Clearing Historical Logs 6 9. Printing Reports 6 10,Overview 6 10,Procedure 6 10. Chapter 7 System Test Procedures 7 1,Introduction 7 1. In this Chapter 7 1,Lamp Test Tone Alert Test 7 2,Overview 7 2.
Performing a Lamp Test 7 2,Testing the Tone Alert 7 2. Walk Test Overview 7 3,Overview 7 3,Important Notes 7 3. Setting WalkTest Options 7 5,Enabling WalkTest for a Group 7 5. Setting Options 7 5,Chapter 8 Audio Operations 8 1. Introduction 8 1,In this Chapter 8 1,Single Channel Audio Operation 8 2.
Overview 8 2,Evacuate Entire Building 8 3, Evacuate Specific Floors when No Alarms are Present 8 3. Evacuate Additional Floors During an Alarm 8 3,Page Entire Building 8 4. Page Only Floors Being Evacuated 8 4,Page Additional Floors 8 4. Listen to What is Being Played Using the Local Speaker 8 4. Silencing the Audio System 8 4,Resetting the Audio System 8 4. Single Channel Audio Plus Paging 8 5,Overview 8 5,Evacuate Entire Building 8 5.
Evacuate Specific Floors when No Alarms are Present 8 5. Evacuate Additional Floors During an Alarm 8 5,Page Entire Building 8 6. Page Specific Floors 8 6,Page Additional Floors 8 6. Listen to What is Being Played Using the Local Speaker 8 6. Silencing the Audio System 8 6,Technical Manuals Online http www tech man com. Resetting the Audio System 8 6,Two Channel Audio Operation 8 7. Overview 8 7,Evacuate Entire Building 8 8, Evacuate Specific Floors when No Alarms are Present 8 8.
Evacuate Additional Floors During an Alarm 8 8,Alert Specific Floors 8 8. Evacuate Floors On Which Alert Message is Playing 8 9. Page Entire Building 8 9,Page Specific Floors 8 9,Page Additional Floors 8 9. Listen to What is Being Played on the EVAC Channel Using the Local Speaker 8 9. Listen to What is Being Played on the Alert Channel Using the Local Speaker 8 10. Silencing the Audio System 8 10,Resetting the Audio System 8 10. Three to Eight Channel Audio System Operation 8 11. Overview 8 11,Evacuate Entire Building 8 12, Evacuate Specific Floors when No Alarms are Present 8 12. Evacuate Additional Floors During an Alarm 8 12,Alert Specific Floors 8 12.
Evacuate Floors On Which Alert Message is Playing 8 13. Page Entire Building 8 13,Page Specific Floors 8 13. Page Additional Floors 8 13,Play Announcements on Specific Floors 8 14. Listen to What is Being Played on the EVAC Channel Using the Local Speaker 8 14. Listen to What is Being Played on the Alert Channel Using the Local Speaker 8 14. Silencing the Audio System 8 14,Resetting the Audio System 8 14. Technical Manuals Online http www tech man com,How to Use this Publication. Introduction Before you start using the 4100 Fire Alarm Operator s Manual it s important to understand the. typographic conventions used in this publication, General The following conventions are used in this publication to identify special names or text.
Conventions,Convention Meaning, Indicates words or characters that you type Unless it is. specifically noted you can type the text in lowercase or. Bold type uppercase characters For example cd access means that. you type the lowercase letters cd followed by a space and. the lowercase word access, Indicates information that the user must supply such as. filenames For example cd directory name means that you. Italic type type the letters cd followed by a space and a directory name. Indicates important terms or titles of publications. Indicates the title of a chapter or section of the manual such. Text in quotes,as How to Use This Publication, Provides you with information They are also used to indicate. Bulleted lists,alternatives in numbered procedural steps. 1 Numbered lists Indicates procedures that you must carry out sequentially. Keyboard The following conventions are used to describe keys and key combinations. Conventions,Convention Meaning, Key names appear in bold type and in capital letters and are.
SHIFT referred to by their names only without the word key For. example press SHIFT means press the key labeled Shift. A plus sign between two key names means that you hold. down the first key while pressing the second key For example. press SHIFT F1 means hold down the SHIFT key while. pressing the F1 key If the key sequence includes three or. CTRL ALT DEL, more key names hold down all of the keys except for the last. one and then press and release the last key For example. press CTRL ALT DELETE means hold down the CTRL and. ALT keys and then press the DELETE key, A comma between key names means that you press and. release the first key and then press and release the second. ALT F P key and so on For example press ALT F P means press. ALT and release it press F and release it then press P and. release it,Arrow keys refers to the UP ARROW DOWN ARROW. Arrow keys,LEFT ARROW and RIGHT ARROW keys,Continued on next page. Technical Manuals Online http www tech man com,How to Use this Publication Continued.
Using the Mouse The following table lists four common terms related to mouse operation that you should know. Use the left mouse button for all actions unless instructed otherwise. Note When using the mouse button to point click or drag keep the mouse steady. otherwise you may select the wrong item,Term Function. Move the mouse until the tip of the mouse pointer rests on the. screen object or area that you wish to select, Point to the item you want to select then press and. immediately release the mouse button, Point to the item you want to select then press and. Double click immediately release the mouse button twice in rapid. succession, Point to the item you want to move then press and hold down. the mouse button while you move the mouse to the desired. location Once you have moved the mouse pointer to the. position you want release the mouse button,Technical Manuals Online http www tech man com.
Basic Concepts and Operations, Introduction This chapter provides an overview of the 4100 operator interface panel and describes the normal. appearance of the operator interface panel, In this Chapter Refer to the page number listed in this table for information on a specific topic. Topic See Page,Basic System Description 1 2,Normal Appearance of Operator Interface Panel 1 4. Technical Manuals Online http www tech man com,Basic System Description. Overview The Simplex 4100 Fire Alarm Control Panel FACP has three general functions. It monitors fire alarm initiating points smoke detectors heat detectors and pull stations. It activates fire alarm notification appliances horns strobes audio evacuation messages. when an initiating point activates, It monitors and controls auxiliary building equipment fan dampers relays security devices.
Note The term point is used extensively throughout this manual It is a generic term. used to refer to an individual component of the system such as a single smoke. detector a single pull station etc, The 4100 operator interface shown in Figure 1 1 allows a system operator to control and monitor. the facility specific components connected to the 4100 FACP. Facility Specific Entry,Control Keys Keypad,Labels shown are. Figure 1 1 Operator Interface,Table 1 1 Components of the Operator Interface. 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 Simplex

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