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BNIC Installation and Programming Manual, BNIC Overview The BNIC isolates the FACP from the external or building network but allows an authorized user. with the proper security clearance to access the FACP through the Network Authorization is. provided transparently through service tools such as the ES Programmer. A service tool connected to the FACP through the BNIC will behave as if it were directly. connected to the Panel,Package This package includes. One 4100 6047 BNIC,Hardware to secure the BNIC in the Expansion Bay. Two 5ft 1 5 m Ethernet cables 746 186, FACP The FACP must meet the following requirements for the card to function properly. Requirements It must use the 4100ES Master Controller Card. It must use ES FACP System Firmware version 1 01 or later. BNIC Installation and Programming Manual,Card Specifications and Layout.
Specifications Table 1 Card Specifications, Card Size 4 x 11 inches 102 x 286 mm Dual Block Module. Earth Fault Detection Port A only 10 K Ohm Max direct current connection to earth. Operating Conditions,Operating Temperature Range 32oF 120oF 0oC 49oC. Operating Humidity Range Up to 93 relative humidity at 90oF 32oC. Power Requirements,Operating Voltage Nominal 24 VDC from PDI. Maximum Current over Operating Range 291 mA maximum over range. Connections to Connection to Connection to, BNIC Ethernet Port Label External Networks NXP Panel Download. CPU Card Port,EXTERNAL NETWORK PANEL CONNECTION,EARTH BUILDING CPU DISPLAY.
Port A Port B Port C Port D,Placed over the RJ 45 jacks. Port status LEDs,Status LEDs,eSlave Address,Switch SW1. Communication,Earth Fault,LED Auto Forward,MAC Address. Future Expansion,PDI Connector,bottom side,Serial Number. MAC address,Chip Socket,Figure 2 BNIC Layout,BNIC Installation and Programming Manual.
Configuration, Setting DIP Dual Inline Package DIP Switch SW1 is used to set the BNIC eSlave address as identified in the. Switch SW1 ES Panel Programmer job The address is set with the card in its normal orientation connectors. up as shown in the mounting instructions see Figure 5. Table 2 BNIC DIP Switch functions,Switch Position Function Figure. ON Sets the card to online and allows, the card to operate normally DIP Switches SW1 2 through SW1 8. OFF Sets the card offline which stops all set the Card Address. communication to the FACP,ON Set the BNIC eSlave address Refer. OFF to Table 3 for a complete list of switch,SW1 2 settings for all possible card.
through addresses Position 1 of SW1 is the online offline. SW1 8 setting of the card and must be set to ON,Figure 3 BNIC DIP Switch. Table 3 BNIC DIP Switch Addresses, Address SW 1 2 SW 1 3 SW 1 4 SW 1 5 SW 1 6 SW 1 7 SW 1 8 Address SW 1 2 SW 1 3 SW 1 4 SW 1 5 SW 1 6 SW 1 7 SW 1 8. 1 ON ON ON ON ON ON OFF 61 ON OFF OFF OFF OFF ON OFF. 2 ON ON ON ON ON OFF ON 62 ON OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF ON. 3 ON ON ON ON ON OFF OFF 63 ON OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF. 4 ON ON ON ON OFF ON ON 64 OFF ON ON ON ON ON ON, 5 ON ON ON ON OFF ON OFF 65 OFF ON ON ON ON ON OFF. 6 ON ON ON ON OFF OFF ON 66 OFF ON ON ON ON OFF ON. 7 ON ON ON ON OFF OFF OFF 67 OFF ON ON ON ON OFF OFF. 8 ON ON ON OFF ON ON ON 68 OFF ON ON ON OFF ON ON, 9 ON ON ON OFF ON ON OFF 69 OFF ON ON ON OFF ON OFF. 10 ON ON ON OFF ON OFF ON 70 OFF ON ON ON OFF OFF ON. 11 ON ON ON OFF ON OFF OFF 71 OFF ON ON ON OFF OFF OFF. 12 ON ON ON OFF OFF ON ON 72 OFF ON ON OFF ON ON ON. 13 ON ON ON OFF OFF ON OFF 73 OFF ON ON OFF ON ON OFF. 14 ON ON ON OFF OFF OFF ON 74 OFF ON ON OFF ON OFF ON. 15 ON ON ON OFF OFF OFF OFF 75 OFF ON ON OFF ON OFF OFF. 16 ON ON OFF ON ON ON ON 76 OFF ON ON OFF OFF ON ON. 17 ON ON OFF ON ON ON OFF 77 OFF ON ON OFF OFF ON OFF. 18 ON ON OFF ON ON OFF ON 78 OFF ON ON OFF OFF OFF ON. 19 ON ON OFF ON ON OFF OFF 79 OFF ON ON OFF OFF OFF OFF. 20 ON ON OFF ON OFF ON ON 80 OFF ON OFF ON ON ON ON. 21 ON ON OFF ON OFF ON OFF 81 OFF ON OFF ON ON ON OFF. 22 ON ON OFF ON OFF OFF ON 82 OFF ON OFF ON ON OFF ON. 23 ON ON OFF ON OFF OFF OFF 83 OFF ON OFF ON ON OFF OFF. 24 ON ON OFF OFF ON ON ON 84 OFF ON OFF ON OFF ON ON. 25 ON ON OFF OFF ON ON OFF 85 OFF ON OFF ON OFF ON OFF. 26 ON ON OFF OFF ON OFF ON 86 OFF ON OFF ON OFF OFF ON. 27 ON ON OFF OFF ON OFF OFF 87 OFF ON OFF ON OFF OFF OFF. 28 ON ON OFF OFF OFF ON ON 88 OFF ON OFF OFF ON ON ON. 29 ON ON OFF OFF OFF ON OFF 89 OFF ON OFF OFF ON ON OFF. 30 ON ON OFF OFF OFF OFF ON 90 OFF ON OFF OFF ON OFF ON. 31 ON ON OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF 91 OFF ON OFF OFF ON OFF OFF. 32 ON OFF ON ON ON ON ON 92 OFF ON OFF OFF OFF ON ON. 33 ON OFF ON ON ON ON OFF 93 OFF ON OFF OFF OFF ON OFF. 34 ON OFF ON ON ON OFF ON 94 OFF ON OFF OFF OFF OFF ON. 35 ON OFF ON ON ON OFF OFF 95 OFF ON OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF. 36 ON OFF ON ON OFF ON ON 96 OFF OFF ON ON ON ON ON. 37 ON OFF ON ON OFF ON OFF 97 OFF OFF ON ON ON ON OFF. 38 ON OFF ON ON OFF OFF ON 98 OFF OFF ON ON ON OFF ON. 39 ON OFF ON ON OFF OFF OFF 99 OFF OFF ON ON ON OFF OFF. 40 ON OFF ON OFF ON ON ON 100 OFF OFF ON ON OFF ON ON. 41 ON OFF ON OFF ON ON OFF 101 OFF OFF ON ON OFF ON OFF. 42 ON OFF ON OFF ON OFF ON 102 OFF OFF ON ON OFF OFF ON. 43 ON OFF ON OFF ON OFF OFF 103 OFF OFF ON ON OFF OFF OFF. 44 ON OFF ON OFF OFF ON ON 104 OFF OFF ON OFF ON ON ON. 45 ON OFF ON OFF OFF ON OFF 105 OFF OFF ON OFF ON ON OFF. 46 ON OFF ON OFF OFF OFF ON 106 OFF OFF ON OFF ON OFF ON. 47 ON OFF ON OFF OFF OFF OFF 107 OFF OFF ON OFF ON OFF OFF. 48 ON OFF OFF ON ON ON ON 108 OFF OFF ON OFF OFF ON ON. 49 ON OFF OFF ON ON ON OFF 109 OFF OFF ON OFF OFF ON OFF. 50 ON OFF OFF ON ON OFF ON 110 OFF OFF ON OFF OFF OFF ON. 51 ON OFF OFF ON ON OFF OFF 111 OFF OFF ON OFF OFF OFF OFF. 52 ON OFF OFF ON OFF ON ON 112 OFF OFF OFF ON ON ON ON. 53 ON OFF OFF ON OFF ON OFF 113 OFF OFF OFF ON ON ON OFF. 54 ON OFF OFF ON OFF OFF ON 114 OFF OFF OFF ON ON OFF ON. 55 ON OFF OFF ON OFF OFF OFF 115 OFF OFF OFF ON ON OFF OFF. 56 ON OFF OFF OFF ON ON ON 116 OFF OFF OFF ON OFF ON ON. 57 ON OFF OFF OFF ON ON OFF 117 OFF OFF OFF ON OFF ON OFF. 58 ON OFF OFF OFF ON OFF ON 118 OFF OFF OFF ON OFF OFF ON. 59 ON OFF OFF OFF ON OFF OFF 119 OFF OFF OFF ON OFF OFF OFF. 60 ON OFF OFF OFF OFF ON ON,BNIC Installation and Programming Manual.
Configuration continued, Jumpers Jumper P1 sets the Autoforward mode to determine how data traffic is handled before the BNIC. CPU is online,Setting 1 2, This is the recommended default setting In this mode the BNIC does not allow traffic to be. routed through the switch until the BNIC CPU is online and running. LED Indicators Table 4 lists the different LED indicators found on the BNIC that are troubleshooting aids. Table 4 BNIC LED Descriptions,LED Description Signification. Port A LED 9,Port B LED 6 OFF No Connection,Port Status LED ON Steady Non active connection. Port C LED 2 ON Blinking Active connection,Port D LED 1.
Used for manufacturing and development only not,Y LED 4 Card Status LED. used for installed BNIC, Offline LED 7 ON Offline not communicating with 4100ES. Offline Indication Master Controller Card,OFF Normal Operation. Reset LED 10 Reset Indication ON BNIC is in reset,see Figure 2 for Off Normal Operation. positioning, Earth Fault LED 8 Earth Fault Indication ON Earth Fault detected on Port A.
on Port A OFF No Earth Fault detected,Port A Port B Port C Port D. Port A Port B Port C Port D,Earth Fault Port A,Figure 4 LED positioning. BNIC Installation and Programming Manual,Mounting the Card. Mounting the The BNIC must be mounted in the master controller cabinet and can be placed in any open. BNIC expansion bay slot, Use the following steps as well as Figure 5 to properly install the BNIC. Note The card must be installed with the ports facing up. 1 Insert the Power Distribution Interface PDI connector on the back of the card into one of the. bottom PDI connectors on the expansion bay, 2 Secure the card in place using the provided hardware.
Install with,the ports at,SCREW RETAINERS,Figure 5 Mounting the BNIC into the Expansion Bay. BNIC Installation and Programming Manual,Wiring and Cable Requirements. Wiring All Ethernet ports on the BNIC are auto crossover crossover cables are not required and. compatible with 802 3u 100Base TX type standard RJ45 type connections. WARNING Miswiring the BNIC can result in limited Network Connectivity for users. attempting to log into the Network,Cable requirements. Category 5 CAT5 cable or greater is required for 100Mbit operation Using lower grade. i e Category 3 cables can result in slower link speeds or shorter distances which may affect. the performance of your connection, The maximum distance from the BNIC to the next Ethernet termination router switch etc. is 328 ft 100 m with CAT5 cable, Cables are to be in conformance with TIA EIA 568 B standard.
Not supported, Style 7 connection Only one path through the building network should exist. Note Multiple connections to separate networks are permissible i e dedicated. network and building network,Power over Ethernet PoE. External Connections, 1 Port A provides Earth Detection for optional External Network connection needs see. Important Notes in the Figure 6 BNIC Wiring Diagram. 2 Port B connects to the Building Network,Panel Connections. 3 Port C connects to the CPU Master Controller Card Ethernet connection. Note This connection is required to enable communication between the BNIC and the CPU. 4 Port D connects to the Display assembly at the Ethernet connection board 566 848. Important Port A is a special application connection that provides Earth Detection. by placing a low DC voltage signal on the port It is NOT COMPATIBLE. with PoE Power over Ethernet connections and should NEVER be. connected to a PoE port,Top View of the,NXP Master Card Ethernet Connection.
Controller 566 848,SERVICE PORT,This connects the,BNIC to the Display. Building Network,Connection to,Port A Port B Port C Port D Display Assembly. Optional Port Port D,Connection to NXP,Important CPU Card Port C. Before disconnecting Ethernet BNIC Connection to the. cables from BNIC identify Building Network,and label the function of each Port B. cable to ensure connection to,the correct Port,Figure 6 BNIC Wiring Diagram.
BNIC Installation and Programming Manual,Programming the BNIC. Software In order to properly program the BNIC the computer must use FACP System Firmware version. Requirements 1 01 or later Consult the ES Panel Programmer s Manual 574 849 for more information. Adding the BNIC Follow these steps to add the BNIC to the programmer. 1 Start the programmer software,Programmer, 2 Open an existing job or create a new one If you create a new job you must change the box size. to a 2 or 3 bay box,3 Select the Hardware tab,4 Click the Box icon. 5 Right click the appropriate Bay and select Add a Card See Figure 7. Figure 7 Adding a card, 6 Select INTERFACE from the Category drop down menu. 7 Select 4100 6047 Building Interface Network Card from the Type drop down menu. 8 Click OK,Figure 8 Select the BNIC,BNIC Installation and Programming Manual.
Programming the BNIC continued,Adding the BNIC The BNIC appears in the Tree View. Figure 9 Adding the BNIC, Configuring the Follow these steps to configure the BNIC. BNIC 1 Right click on the BNIC icon in the Hardware Tree View. Figure 10 Accessing the card properties, 2 Select and open the Properties option This will open the BNIC window. 3 Configure the Card Properties tab by setting,The Card Address. The Card Custom Label,The Card Alternate Custom Label.
The Location, Note For additional information on card properties consult the ES Programmer Manual. Figure 11 Card Properties tab,Continued on next page. BNIC Installation and Programming Manual,Programming the BNIC continued. Configuring the 4 Select the BNIC IP Settings tab, BNIC 5 Configure the BNIC IP Settings tab by setting. The IP Address, Use the Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol DHCP option to have the Building.
Network automatically assign an IP address to the card. Select the Use the following address option if you want to set the IP address manually. and enter a Static IP address,For Static IP Addresses. If you are using a Customer LAN refer to the worksheet information on Page 12 for customer. provided addresses, If you are using a Proprietary Fire Alarm LAN the Recommended Convention for the. Subnet is 255 255 0 0, Important To avoid network conflicts do not use 192 168 100 1 for an IP. Address when assigning BNICs, The mDNS works within the same broadcast domain Typically all. devices on a single subnet are on the same broadcast domain and. are reachable via IP broadcast The facility MIS IT department will. provide guidance on use of mDNS,The Domain Name Server DNS.
By default the Obtain DNS server address automatically option is selected It is. recommended to leave this setting selected, A domain server name can be entered manually in the Use the following DNS server. address box,Figure 12 BNIC IP Settings tab,BNIC Installation and Programming Manual. Programming the BNIC continued,Configuring the Multicast Domain Name Server mDNS. BNIC The mDNS works within the same broadcast domain Typically all devices on a single. subnet are on the same broadcast domain and are reachable via IP broadcast The facility. depend upon proper installation DO NOT INSTALL ANY SIMPLEX IMPORTANT To use the BNIC you must have a 4100ES Master Controller Card 566 719 installed in your system If you are using an older 4100U CPU Card upgrade using the 4100 7158 upgrade kit 4100ES Fire Alarm Control Panel Authorized Service PC Facility LAN Ethernet Ethernet 4100 6047 BNIC Topic Page Overview 2 Card

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