Addressable Fire Alarm Systems
The latest addressable fire alarm systems catalogue from Zeta Alarm Systems.
Addressable Fire Alarm Systems Contents 2 Introduction 3-7 Addressable Weatherproof Manual Call Point 24 Premier AL 1-4 Loop Analogue Addressable Fire Alarm Panel 8-9 Zeta Addressable Explosion Proof Break Glass Unit 25 Premier AL 5-8 Loop Analogue Addressable Fire Alarm Panel 10 Zeta Addressable Securetone 2 Sounder 26 Premier AL: Addressable System Network 11 Zeta Addressable Securetone 2 Combined Sounder & Flasher 27 Premier AL: Alarm Manager Graphics System 12 Zeta Addressable Securetone 2 Addressable Flasher 28 Simplicity Plus Analogue Addressable Fire Alarm Panel 13 Maxitone Addressable Sounder & Sounder Flasher 29 Zeta TCP/IP Communicator 14 Zeta Common Addressable Input Unit 30 Premier Addressable Repeater Panel 14 Zeta Addressable Input Output Units 31 Simplicity Micro Analogue Addressable Fire Alarm Panel 15 Zeta Addressable Sounder Circuit Controller 32 Fyreye Extra Analogue Addressable Combined Smoke & Heat Detector 16 Zeta Addressable Zone Monitoring Units 33 Fyreye Extra Analogue Addressable Optical Smoke Detector 17 Zeta GSM Communicator 34 Fyreye Extra Analogue Addressable Heat Detectors 18 Loop Powered Door Magnet 35 Addressable Remote Indicator LED 19 Zeta Common Sounder Base & Zeta Common Combined Sounder & Flasher Base 20 Fyreye Common & Isolator Bases 21 Future Products Product Compatibility Chart 38 Device Current Consumption 39 Cable Comparison 39 Notes Fyreye Addressable Reflective Beam Smoke Detector 22 Addressable Manual Call Point 23 36-37 40-42 Introduction Zeta Alarm Systems, a trading name of GLT Exports Ltd, was founded in 1985 and is a privately held UK manufacturer of Fire Alarm, Gas Detection and Emergency Systems. Our brand name is well known throughout the industry and is acclaimed in over forty countries worldwide. We are currently represented in the UK, Europe, Africa, the Middle East, Southern Asia & South America and this list continues to grow. Complete System Supplier Research & Development To meet the requirements of our ever-changing market, we pride ourselves on being a complete system supplier. This means our customers can rely on us for their entire system requirements. As with all electronic equipment there is an ever present drive to manufacture products that are increasingly effective whilst becoming more cost sensitive. To meet this objective we spend a significant percentage of our profits on the continued development of products, whether it be introducing new items, or improving existing ones. We have a team of engineers & designers all of whom have vast industry knowledge & experience. One of the main advantages of using a complete system supplier, compared with a component supplier, is that system wide compatibility is assured and there is one point of contact. Marketing our products as systems has played a vital role in our worldwide success. The Future Our continued inward investment and constant endeavour to offer the very best products is recognised by our increased turnover and profit margin year-onyear. Our mission is to support our existing & future customers by providing them with the highest quality products, at the most competitive prices. Customer Support & Product Warranty As a manufacturer we always follow the market needs closely to evaluate how we should adapt our product range. This, combined with welcomed customer feedback, has proved to be a successful formula for meeting the current and future industry needs. Statement Of Quality Policy We maintain a Quality System, which conforms to BS EN ISO9001:2008. We are committed, where applicable, to manufacture in compliance with all appropriate legislation & regulatory requirements. We value our customers greatly and to ensure they have the best experience we have a dedicated support team who are able to assist with sales, technical or logistical queries. Our products carry a full 24 month manufacturersâ€™ guarantee from the date of purchase. Our network of authorised agents is fully trained on the use of our products and will provide a helpful & friendly service. 3 Introduction To Addressable Fire Alarm Systems Fire Detection & Alarm Systems BS5839 Addressable fire alarm systems have traditionally been associated with the larger, more complicated applications. However, with downward price trends, they have become feasible for smaller systems that would have historically been designed with conventional fire alarm equipment. Risk Assessment Protocol Statement In the event of a fire in a building without a written ‘Fire Risk Assessment’, those responsible may face fines and imprisonment, and/or private litigation. Zeta Protocol is unique to Zeta Alarm Systems. All Zeta addressable devices can only be installed on Zeta control panels. No mixing with any other manufacturers’ products or control panels is permitted and warranty will be void. What are the advantages of an addressable system over a conventional alternative? Each device communicates directly with the control panel, so it knows the exact location of any fire or fault reported. Each device can be assigned a courtesy label to help identify the device (for instance “Reception”). Each detector reports a smoke value and the panel then decides whether this is an alarm. This allows some panels to make detectors more or less sensitive according to current conditions or time of day. All devices (detectors, manual call points, sounders & interfaces) are all connected on the same loop of wires. Detectors are assigned to zones by the panel, which allows for easier zone changes if the building layout is altered at a future date. Addressable panels typically have an event history which logs past system events. Some addressable panels allow for complicated cause & effect programming, where outputs are only triggered by certain detectors. 4 The ‘Fire precautions (Workplace) Regulations’ require any business employing five or more persons to hold a written ‘Fire Risk Assessment’ and ‘Emergency Plan’. This must be periodically reviewed. The local fire brigade can enforce compliance, and close any building that does not meet this act. What the law requires you to do: Complete a fire risk assessment for your work place (considering all employees, the public, disabled people and people with special needs). Identify and record any significant findings or persons at risk. Provide and maintain fire precautions. Provide information, instruction and training. Nominate persons responsible to implement your emergency plan. Consult employees about the above nominations and your proposals to improve fire precautions. Inform other employees who may have work places in the building about any significant risks which may affect their safety and co-operate with them to reduce/control these risks. If you are not an employer, but control premises which contain more than one workplace, you are responsible for complying with fire regulations. You must establish a suitable means of contacting the emergency services. Your employees must co-operate to ensure the workplace is safe from fire and its effects. System Zoning Information In order to aid identification of the source of a possible fire, the protected building should be divided into ‘zones’. When deciding on a suitable zoning scheme for a building, consideration should be given to the size, any existing fire routines, escape routes, zone accessibility, and structural fire compartmentation. The following guide lines should be observed: If the total floor area of the building is less than 300m2 then the building needs only one zone, regardless of the number of storeys. Manual Call Points A ‘Manual Call Point’ is a device which enables personnel to raise an alarm in the event of a fire incident by pressing a frangible element to activate the alarm system. Manual Call Points should be installed at a height of 1.2m above floor level at easily accessible, conspicuous positions, on exit routes, at the entry floor landings of staircases and at all exits to the open air. If the total floor area is greater than 300m2: The maximum area for a zone is 2000m2 If a stairwell (or similar) extends beyond one floor it should be a separate zone. If a zone covers more than one fire compartment then the zone boundaries should follow the compartment boundaries. The search distance within the zone in order to ascertain the position of the fire should not exceed 60m. Remember that the use of Remote Indicator lamps may help to reduce the distance travelled. 1.2m - 1.4m Manual Call Points should be spaced so that one may always be found within a maximum distance of 45m apart or 25m for disabled person. 45m Max. or 25m Max. for disabled person 60m Max. If a building is divided between occupiers, zones must not be shared between them. 5 Detector Information Automatic Detectors When deciding on the type of detector to be used in any area it is important to remember that the detector has to discriminate between a genuine fire and the normal conditions existing therein. Smoke Detectors Heat Detectors General In open spaces under flat horizontal ceilings, every point should lie within 7.5m of a smoke detector. In open spaces under flat horizontal ceilings, every point should lie within 5.3m of a heat detector. 10.6m 7.5m 112m² (10.6m x 10.6m) 56.3m² (7.5m x 7.5m) Room boundary 7.5m 5.3m 5.3m Smoke detection should be generally avoided in the following areas to avoid unwanted alarms. They should be protected by means of other detectors such as heat detectors. Contamination in dusty areas may cause unwanted alarms and reduce the life of the detector. Damp or humid conditions such as showers, bathrooms and external areas should be avoided as the water vapour may cause unwanted alarms and reduce the life of the detector. Detectors should not be mounted where gases, vapours or fumes are present. Detectors should never be used at low temperature where ice or condensation can affect detector sensitivity. Kitchens, garages, welding shops and boiler houses should generally be avoided. 6 Room boundary 3.8m Heat detectors are designed to either detect a rapid rise in temperature or to operate at a fixed temperature. Although they provide a slower response time than smoke detectors they do provide a method of protection for areas where smoke detectors cannot be used. Heat detectors should not be used for the protection of life or where extensive property loss may be expected. ‘Rate of Rise’ Heat Detectors ‘Rate of Rise’ heat detectors respond to both rapid increases of temperature and to fixed top temperature. ‘Fixed Temperature’ Heat Detectors Fixed temperature heat detectors are available with different temperature settings, and are normally installed in kitchens, boiler rooms, etc. Detection In Apex Roofs Fire Alarm Sounders If the ceiling is pitched or sloping, smoke will tend to rise towards the highest point (apex) of the roof, therefore detection should be placed in the apex. As the slope tends to reduce the delay before smoke or heat reaches the detectors, it is permissible to use a greater spacing between the detectors mounted there. Fire Alarm Sounders should be installed throughout the building with an even distribution, to generally provide a minimum sound level of 65dB(A) or 5dB(A) above any background noise which is likely to persist for more than 30 seconds. Limits of Ceiling Height 65dB(A) @ 500Hz - 1000Hz +5dB(A) @ 500Hz - 1000Hz Background noise Heat Detector Smoke Detector Heat Detector Smoke Detector Apex <150mm Apex <600mm Apex >150mm Apex >600mm Small Apex = Standard Spacing Large Apex = Extended Spacing Cabling Where the alarm may have to arouse sleeping persons e.g. Hotel bedrooms, nursing homes, etc, a minimum sound level of 75dB(A) is required, at the bed head with all the doors shut. The operation of a Fire Alarm and Detection System’ depends on the cabling and connections between the components. It is essential that connection between Manual Call Points and Detectors function correctly when they are operated. Cables within the system are required to function correctly for significant periods after being attacked by fire. These include the power supply cables to the control panel, the detection circuits and the fire alarm sounder circuits. Thus the cables chosen must be correctly rated to withstand these conditions. 75dB(A) All fire alarm sounders in a building should produce the same sound, distinct from any other audible warning devices in the building. Where fire alarm sounders are required in extremely noisy areas e.g. Machine shops, it may be necessary to install additional ‘Visual Indication Beacons’. 7 Addressable Fire Alarm Systems / Premier AL 1-4 Loop Analogue Addressable Fire Alarm Panel (PR-AL/1, PR-AL/2, PR-AL/3, PR-AL/4) The Premier AL analogue addressable panels are a powerful yet user-friendly series of control panels. They are designed to a high standard with LPCB approval to EN54, parts 2 & 4. Each panel in this modular series has considerable processing ability but is easy to install, programme and operate. This is supported by comprehensive support documentation. Panels are housed in steel enclosures and are finished in hardwearing epoxy paint. This panel is ideally suited to installations which require very complex sounder and control/shutdown functions. The panels are programmable to meet individual site requirements by means of a cause & effect matrix. This is downloaded from a PC, using the Cause & Effect Edit Programme. Text may be edited via a keyboard or downloaded from a PC. Features 1-4 loop addressable fire alarm panel (each with a 126 device capacity) LPCB Approved to EN54 parts 2 & 4 Devices can be grouped into 32 zones Network up to 15 panels (giving a total of 60 loops) Extensive mode change options by day/night and special group allocation Windows based, full upload/download PC software package 500mA output per loop with highly stable voltage platform, even under mains-failed conditions Powerful processing and extensive panel and loop I/O capability User-friendly controls (enabled by key switch) and a clear, unambiguous screen (4 x 20 character LCD display) Membrane facia with tactile switches Complies with EMC and LVD Directives 8 The Premier AL has a 4 line x 20 character backlit LCD display, showing the first and most recent event. Other events may be reviewed using the More Messages facility. User controls are accessed by means of keyswitch-enabled membrane controls, with password protection for engineer purposes. Each panel has a high level of processing power and each loop has its own processor. The panel allows up to 126 addresses per loop. All addresses on a loop may be used for output functions, with 3 independently programmable output bits per address. Up to 248 user-definable panel inputs and relay/ programmable alarm outputs can be provided via expansions boards. Many useful testing and service functions are also provided. All events may be recorded on the optional printer and zonal indications are included as standard. There is a complete range of compatible accessories available to support the Premier AL panels to meet most customer requirements. The addition of a network card to the panel will allow monitoring, indication and control of the functions of a networked installation, allowing signals to be distributed around a large site. Addressable Fire Alarm Systems / Premier AL 1-4 Loop Analogue Addressable Fire Alarm Panel (PR-AL/1, PR-AL/2, PR-AL/3, PR-AL/4) Optional extras Panel Printer: Add to panel to have a permanent record of all events printed. Part No. Model Description 37-201P PR-AL/1P Premier AL 1 Loop Addressable FACP, c/w Printer 37-202P PR-AL/2P Premier AL 2 Loop Addressable FACP, c/w Printer 37-203P PR-AL/3P Premier AL 3 Loop Addressable FACP, c/w Printer 37-204P PR-AL/4P Premier AL 4 Loop Addressable FACP, c/w Printer Repeater interface card: Fit to panel to allow repeater panels to be added (supplied with repeater). Network interface card: Fit to panel to allow up to 15 panels to be networked and to add Global Network Repeater Panels. The Premier AL 1-4 loop panel can use the Standard Repeater (for a stand alone panel) or a Global Network Repeater (for a networked system). Part no. Model Description 37-250P REP-AL/P Premier AL Repeater Panel 37-255 REP-AL/G Premier AL Global Network Repeater Technical Specification Model PR-AL/1 PR-AL/2 PR-AL/3 PR-AL/4 Part No. 37-201 37-202 37-203 37-204 Detection Loops 1 2 3 4 Repeater Model Premier AL Repeater (REP-AL) Repeater Part No. 37-220 Mains Voltage 230V AC + 10% / -6% @ 50/60 Hz System Voltage 28V DC (nominal) Loop Voltage 24V DC + 9V AC Signal (nominal) Sounder Alarm Output 2 x 1 A Common @ 24V DC (nominal) Fault Relay 1 x Relay SELV @ 1A maximum Fire Relay 2 x Relay SELV @ 1A maximum Zone Capacity 32 programmable zones Sounder EOL 3K9 (Orange, White, Red, Gold) Charge Voltage 27.1 Volt (with battery disconnected) Charger Size 3 Amp Aux Supply 500mA max Batteries (Min. Size) 2 x 12V, 12AH SLA Batteries Ingress Protection IP43 Enclosure 410 W x 480 H x 144 D (mm) Weight 15kg (Excluding Batteries) 9 Addressable Fire Alarm Systems / Premier AL 5-8 Loop Analogue Addressable Fire Alarm Panel (PR-AL/5, PR-AL/6, PR-AL/7, PR-AL/8) Features 5-8 loop addressable fire alarm panel (each loop with a 126 device capacity) Complies fully to EN54 parts 2 & 4 Consists of 2 PR-AL/4 panels networked together (where each offers the same functionality) Model PR-AL/5 PR-AL/6 PR-AL/7 PR-AL/8 Part No. 37-211 37-212 37-213 37-214 Supply Voltage 230V AC +/- 10% System Voltage 28V DC (Nominal) The Premier AL 5-8 loop analogue addressable fire alarm control panel has been designed to meet the demand for larger centralised panels, rather than smaller panels distributed on a network. Addressable Loops 5 7 8 Loop Voltage 24V + 9 V Data Loop Capacity 500mA Sounder Output 4 x 1A @ 24V DC Sounder EOL 3K9 (Orange, White, Red, Gold) The panel consists of a large enclosure that houses two 4 loop panels (PR-AL/4) that are networked together and run off a single power supply. The second panel has its screen facing inwards behind the blank door (due to this configuration it is recommended to use the network repeater with this control panel). Sounder Delay 0 to 9 Minutes Fire Relay 4 x Relay, SELV @ 1A Fault Relay 2 x Relay, SELV @ 1A (Normally Energised) Aux Supply 2 x 500mA (Monitored) This panel will occupy 2 network addresses. When viewing the loop contents, loop 1 to 4 can be viewed from the main screen and loops 5 to 8 must be viewed using the internal display. Other Connections Class Change Input, Remote Fault Input, Remote Evacuate Input, Remote Reset Input, Remote Silence Input Operating Temperature -0째C to +50째C Enclosure Size 960 x 480 x 144mm Weight 28 KG (Excluding Batteries) 1 POWER SUPPLY ON FIRE DELAY ON GENERAL DISABLEMENT SYSTEM FAULT BUZZER SILENCED GENERAL FAULT 1 OVERRIDE DELAY EVACUATE 2 SCROLL MESSAGES 3 TEST ALARMS 4 TEST DISPLAY 5 ACCESS MENU MENU UP SILENCE BUZZER POWER SUPPLY ON SILENCE / RESOUND ALARMS FIRE MAINTENANCE ALERT 6 SYSTEM FAULT < 6 ENTER MENU DOWN BUZZER SILENCED GENERAL FAULT TEST ALARM FAULT/ MORE DISABLEMENT MESSAGES GENERAL DISABLEMENT ALERT ESCAPE DELAY ON MAINTENANCE RESET > SCROLL MESSAGES 3 TEST ALARMS 4 TEST DISPLAY 5 ACCESS MENU MENU UP 6 MENU DOWN ALARM FAULT/ MORE DISABLEMENT MESSAGES RESET ESCAPE < ENTER > I ACCESS CONTROLS ACCESS CONTROLS O O 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 ZONAL FIRE AND FAULT INDICATION 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 Display to view contents of loops 1 to 4 10 SILENCE BUZZER SILENCE / RESOUND ALARMS TEST I 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 OVERRIDE DELAY EVACUATE 2 ZONAL FIRE AND FAULT INDICATION 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 Display to view contents of loops 5 to 8 Addressable Fire Alarm Systems / Premier AL: Addressable System Network The addressable system network has the facility to monitor, indicate and control the functions of a fire alarm installation, thus allowing signals to be distributed around a large site. The network operates as a global communication system and does not require a master panel or computer. This approach reduces cost and no single panel/equipment failure will disable the entire system. Each item of equipment connected to the network is referred to as a node. Each node can be either active or passive. Up to 15 active nodes plus an additional 17 passive nodes may be connected. Each node is programmed independently to listen, respond to, or ignore any or all of the messages sent by the other nodes on the network. The network uses RS 485 data communication. Up to a total network cable length of 5km is possible. All panels will continue to function in stand-alone mode, even if the network fails. The use of a networking system will allow individual parts of the site to be installed and commissioned prior to connection to the network. The operation of the network is such that each node has total stand alone capability in that its local operation is not directly affected by its connection to or disconnection from the network. The ability of a local control panel to observe events means that it can be programmed to respond to events elsewhere on the network. The effect of this capability is that any control panel is able to respond to any sensor device connected anywhere on the network. This provides a possible effective 60 loop control panel distributed around a single site as a number of smaller units. Network repeater panels provide the ability to observe and control elements of the network via a compact unit which may be conveniently mounted at manned control points and still provide all essential display and control facilities. Features All talk - selective listen Peer-to-Peer network wide communication No master panel or PC required and thus no single device of failure Network together:Premier AL panels Network repeaters Alarm manager graphics systems Up to 15 active panels or 60 loops may be networked together plus an additional 17 passive nodes Premier AL panels, network repeaters and alarm manager graphics systems may be configured as active or passive Network communication takes place over a single pair of wires providing a link to all nodes. The overall concept can be described as â€˜all talk selective listenâ€™, which means that every event that occurs on any node is transmitted into the network. Each node then decides (via programming) whether or not it is required to take any action. During quiescent conditions all active nodes signify their presence on the network by generating default messages. 11 Addressable Fire Alarm Systems / Premier AL: Alarm Manager Graphics System The Alarm Manager system is designed as a user-friendly tool to view a potentially complex fire situation. Once the system has been set up on-site by a qualified engineer, the keyboard is no longer required, as all event maps and user buttons will appear on the screen as necessary to manage the particular event taking place. The end user, who may not be technically-minded, will still be able to operate the system on a daily basis. All the systemâ€™s management functions are protected via up to 7 different password levels. Features For use with all Premier AL protocol analogue addressable control panels End-user friendly Technical Specifications Up to 5 map pages per sensor The full Alarm Manager package includes; Up to 32 devices or groups of devices per map page Up to 999 maps 2,000 event historic log All functions protected via up to 7 different password levels Identifies each user separately Up to 3 networks may communicate with the Alarm Manager 12 When an event occurs, the first map will appear along with the relevant user controls. There are up to 5 different maps for each sensor showing the device location in different degrees of accuracy and also a procedure page which is allocated to each type of event as prioritised within the configuration menu. There is also an instantly available current event log. PC 17â€ł TFT monitor Network interface for 1 network Installed Alarm Manager software Addressable Fire Alarm Systems / Simplicity Plus Analogue Addressable Fire Alarm Panel (SP-64, SP-126) The Simplicity Plus is the ideal introduction to the world of addressable fire alarm panels. As its name suggests, it has been designed with ease of use in mind, using pre-programmed values for its programming options. The installer simply needs to configure the loop and enter text labels via the built in keypad (optional). The Simplicity Plus is available in 64 or 126 device versions and has user definable zones, option for zonal or common alarm operation, options for I/O operation, alarm verification and user selectable languages. Features Single loop addressable fire alarm panel (with either 64 or 126 device capacity) It can be connected to an RS232 desktop printer for real time event log printing (Epson LQ300+ recommended) and it can also drive a serial repeater model AD-REP (Part No. 37-156). Complies fully to EN54 parts 2 & 4 Zonal Addressing User definable zones All devices are assigned to a specific zone based on their address. This removes a programming step and helps to streamline the commissioning process. The following table outlines which addresses fall in which zones. Option for zonal or common alarm operation Options for I/O operation Alarm verification (help prevent false alarms) User selectable languages Set of changeover relay contacts for fault condition Loop & Address SP-126 SP-64 1: Address 1-16 Zone 1 Zone 1 1: Address 17-32 Zone 2 Zone 2 1: Address 33-48 Zone 3 Zone 3 Set of changeover relay contacts for fire condition 1: Address 49-64 Zone 4 Zone 4 2,048 event log (fire & fault) 1: Address 65-80 Zone 5 - 1: Address 81-96 Zone 6 - Zone or device disablement 1: Address 97-112 Zone 7 - 1: Address 113-126 Zone 8 - Model SP-64 SP-126 Fully integrated QWERTY keypad Part No. 37-160 37-165 All associated devices are loop powered Supply Voltage 230V AC +/- 10% 230V AC +/- 10% Flame retardant ABS plastic System Voltage 24V DC (Nominal) Number of Loops 1 Loop Capacity 64 Devices 126 Devices Number of Zones 4 8 Sounder Output Addressable Sounders Only Fault Output 28 V Repeat Output to Drive Relay (Normally Energised) Fire Output 28 V Repeat Output to Drive Relay Operating Temperature -0°C to 50°C Enclosure Size 355 x 275 x 100mm Weight 3.5 Kg One man test mode Plug & play, no need for any special tools or laptop for commissioning Alarm Verification To help prevent false alarms causing a full evacuation, any smoke detector can be set to alarm verification mode with a time delay of between 30 seconds and 4 minutes. Should any of these detectors go into alarm then only the detector’s LEDs and sounder/flasher base (if connected) will activate. Should the alarm not be cleared with this time delay then a common alarm will occur. 13 Addressable Fire Alarm Systems / Zeta TCP/IP Communicator Premier Addressable Repeater Panel (AD-REP) The Zeta TCP/IP Communicator connects to the serial port of a Simplicity Plus panel (SP126 or SP-64) to allow the panel to broadcast alarm or fault information to a monitoring PC set on any TCP/IP network. The Premier addressable repeater Panel is a serial repeater panel for use with the Premier AD and Simplicity Plus analogue addressable fire alarm panels. The Simplicity panel can transmit the following information; Device alarm (including loop & address information) Device fault (including loop & address information) Panel reset Loop reconfigured Loop wiring fault Power supply fault Earth fault It is a display only repeater (no controls) which indicates power, general fault and general fire via LEDs. Information about the device in fault or alarm is displayed on the LCD screen. It also has an internal buzzer to indicate that it requires attention. Compatible Panels NPAD - Premier AD Analogue Addressable Fire Alarm Panel SP-64 - Simplicity Plus Analogue Addressable Fire Alarm Panel SP-126 - Simplicity Plus Analogue Addressable Fire Alarm Panel Clock reset Evacuate started Using the Zeta Alarm Watch software, multiple panels can be monitored from a central PC. The panels can be grouped by company to give a structured display on the PC. Future development of this product will see other panels being able to interface with the TCP/IP communicator, starting with the Premier Quatro panel in early 2010. 14 Features Addressable repeater panel (display only, no controls) Complies fully to EN54 parts 2 & 4 Model AD-REP Part No. 37-156 Supply Voltage 20 – 30 V DC System Voltage 29V DC (Nominal) Connections Supply + ,Supply –, Data +, Data - Operating Temperature -0°C to 50°C Enclosure Size 355 x 275 x 70mm Weight 1 KG Addressable Fire Alarm Systems / Simplicity Micro Analogue Addressable Fire Alarm Panel (SP-M) The Simplicity Micro is a unique concept that provides the best possible entry level solution for addressable fire alarm systems. It is directed primarily towards small installations, where traditionally the use of addressable systems would have been considered cost prohibitive. The Micro is based upon the successful Simplicity 64 & 126 fire alarm panels and incorporates many of the larger systems features. These include single loop connection, minimal commissioning & configuration, 20 character label for each connected device and a 2,048 history event log. Alarm Verification Features Complies fully to EN54 parts 2 & 4 CE marked User definable zones Option for zonal or common alarm operation Set of changeover relay output in fire condition Each detector can have a sounder or combined sounder & flasher base 2,048 event log (fire & fault) To help prevent false alarms causing a full evacuation, any smoke detector can be set to alarm verification mode with a time delay of between 30 seconds and 4 minutes. Should any of these detectors go into alarm then only the detector’s LEDs and sounder/flasher base (if connected) will activate. Should the alarm not be cleared with this time delay then a common alarm will occur. Model SP-M Zone or device disablement Supply Voltage 230V AC +/- 10% System Voltage 24V DC (nominal) One man test mode Number of Loops 1 Loop Capacity 32 devices Number of Zones 4 Slimline enclosure Plug & play, no need for any special tools or laptop for commissioning Sounder Output Addressable sounder only Flame retardant ABS plastic Fully integrated keypad Fault Output 28 V repeat output to drive relay (normally energised) Fire Output 28 V repeat output to drive relay Set of changeover relay output in fault condition All associated devices are loop powered Operating Temperature -0°C to 50°C Enclosure Size (mm) 355 x 275 x 70mm Weight 2.8 Kg Options for I/O operation Alarm verification (help prevent false alarms) User selectable languages Compatible with conventional detectors to save money Securetone Micro Addressable Sounder Base SM-ASB Simplicity Micro SP-M Range of input/output modules Range of standalone addressable detectors Securetone Micro Addressable Sounder & Flasher Base SM-ASFIB Addressable Maxitone Sounder & Flasher ZAMTF/R Addressable Optical Detector FEAOE2000 Addressable Maxitone Sounder available in Red ZAMT/R or White ZAMT/W Addressable Opto-Heat Detector FEAOH2000 Addressable Securetone 2 Sounder Flasher c/w Isolator available in Red ZAS2/RFI or White ZAS2/WFI Addressable Rate of Rise Heat Detector FEAHE2000 Addressable Securetone 2 Sounder available in Red ZAS2/R or White ZAS2/W Addressable Fixed Heat Detector FEAHHE2000 Addressable Manual Call Point ZT-CP2/AD 15 Addressable Fire Alarm Systems / Fyreye Extra Analogue Addressable Combined Smoke & Heat Detector (FEAOH2000) The Fyreye Extra analogue addressable combined smoke & heat detector works with the Zeta Addressable Protocol and is compatible with all current Zeta analogue addressable control panels. The FEAOH2000 is a dual type detector, which reacts to both smoke & heat independently. It is suitable for use in places where traditionally an ionisation type detector may have been chosen. It comes supplied with a locking grub screw to prevent unauthorised head removal. 100mm 50mm Features Addressable combined smoke & heat detector DIFT approved Complies fully to EN54 parts 5 & 7 Twin LEDs to improve alarm indication Includes locking grub screw to prevent unauthorised head removal 16 Model FEAOH2000 Part No. 80-140 Detector Class Optical Smoke, Rate of Rise & Fixed Heat Design Standard EN54 Part 5 & Part 7 Approval DIFT Operating Voltage 17-28V DC (Plus Protocol Signal) Quiescent Current 520µA Alarm Current 2.3mA Operating Temperature -10°C to +50°C Minimum Continuous Temperature 0°C Maximum Humidity 95% RH Non Condensing Return Value of 55 (Nominal Alarm Level) 2.4% Obscuration per metre Return value of 75 Rate of Rise Trigger Return value of 95 Fixed heat trigger Coverage 100m² IP Protection Rating IP43 Start-up Time 30 Seconds Size, Diameter x Height (with base) 100 x 48 mm (101 x 64 mm) Weight (with base) 100g (158g) Addressable Fire Alarm Systems / Fyreye Extra Analogue Addressable Optical Smoke Detector (FEAOE2000) The Fyreye Extra analogue addressable optical smoke detector is particularly suitable for detecting optically dense smoke, involving materials such as soft furnishings, PVC, plastic, foam and all similar materials which produce small visible particles (0.5 to 10 μm). The FEAOE2000 works with the Zeta Addressable Protocol and is compatible with all current Zeta analogue addressable control panels. It also comes supplied with a locking grub screw to prevent unauthorised head removal. 100mm 37mm Features Addressable optical smoke detector DIFT approved Complies fully to EN54 parts 5 & 7 Twin LEDs to improve alarm indication Includes locking grub screw to prevent unauthorised head removal Model FEAOE2000 Part No. 80-125 Detector Class Optical Smoke Design Standard EN54 Pt 7 Approval DIFT Operating Voltage 17 – 28V DC (Plus Protocol) Quiescent Current 480μA Alarm Current 2.3mA Operating Temperature -10°C to +50°C Minimum Continuous Temperature 0°C Maximum Humidity 95% RH Non Condensing Return Value of 55 (Nominal Alarm Level) 2.4% Obscuration per metre Coverage 100m2 IP Protection Rating IP43 Start-up Time 10 Seconds Size, Diameter x Height (with base) 100 x 37 mm (101 x 53 mm) Weight (with base) 95 g (153g) 17 Addressable Fire Alarm Systems / Fyreye Extra Analogue Addressable Heat Detectors (FEAHE2000 & FEAHHE2000) FEAHE2000 The FEAHE2000 is an analogue addressable rate of rise heat detector. It will respond with a value of 75 if the detector is triggered by a rate of rise alarm (that is a fast increase in temperature over a set period of time). The detector also responds to a fixed temperature of 57°C and will return a value of 95 if the detector is triggered by this condition. FEAHHE2000 The FEAHHE2000 is an analogue addressable fixed heat detector. It will respond with a value of 95 if the detector is triggered through a fixed heat alarm of 90°C. 100mm 48mm Features DIFT approved Complies fully to EN54 parts 5 & 7 Twin LEDs to improve alarm indication Includes locking grub screw to prevent unauthorised head removal 18 Model FEAHE2000 FEAHHE2000 Part No. 80-135 80-136 Detector Class Rate of Rise & Fixed Heat Fixed Heat Only Design Standard EN54 part 5 Approval DIFT Operating Voltage 17 to 28V DC (Plus Protocol) Quiescent Current 440 μA Alarm Current @ 24V DC 2.4mA Operating Temperature -10°C to 50°C Minimum Continuous Temperature 0°C Maximum Humidity 95% RH non condensing Alarm Condition Rate of Rise or Fixed Heat trigger @ 57°C Compatible Bases FE-CB Common Base, FE-IB Isolator Base, FEA-RB Addressable Relay Base, FEA-SB Addressable Sounder Base, FEA-SFB Addressable Sounder Flasher Base Coverage 50m2 IP Protection Rating IP43 Start-up Time 30 seconds Size, Diameter x Height (with base) 100 x 48 mm (101 x 64 mm) Weight (with base) 100g (158g) - Fixed Heat trigger @ 90°C Addressable Fire Alarm Systems / Addressable Remote Indicator LED (ZTA-LE2, ZTA-LE2/10 & ZTA-LE3) ZTA-LE2 & ZTA-LE2/10 The ZTA-LE2 remote LED indicator has been designed so that it is loop powered and can be installed anywhere on the loop (it can either be connected as part of the loop, or as a spur from the detector it is indicating). This minimises the amount of wiring from a detector to its remote indicator. It has the same address as the detector it is indicating and will light whenever the panel tells the detector to do so. There is also a version that will listen to a number of consecutive addresses, designed for when there are more than one detector out of sight. ON 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 ZTA-LE2 & ZTA-LE2/10 + + L2 IO IO IO -R UT L2 IN L1 L1 -R UT IN L1 L1 L2 L1 -R UT IN L1 ON Loop out to next detector or return to panel. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Loop in from Fire alarm panel + + L2 IO IO IO Loop in from Fire alarm panel Loop out to next detector or return to panel. Remote Indicator +VE LED -VE ZTA-LE3 -R UT L2 IN L1 L1 -R UT L2 IN L1 Remote Indicator L1 -R L1 L1 UT IN ZTA-LE3 Remote Indicator R IN L1 Remote LEDs are used in installations where a detector going into alarm is likely to occur out of sight (for instance behind a locked door or in a ceiling void). The indicator will then show the location of the alarm. The ZTA-LE3 is designed to work with addressable Fyreye detectors on the Premier AL panel only. They will need to be programmed to operate and can be triggered from either a single detector or a group of detectors. Model ZTA/LE2 ZTA/LE2-10 ZTA-LE3 Part No. 48-020 48-020A 48-021 Input Voltage 17 - 33V DC Quiescent Current 1.5 mA Alarm Current 10mA Addresses Repeated 1 Colour White Plastic, Red LEDs Operation Colour Red Operating Temperature -0째C to 50째C 0 mA 1-10 1 Maximum Humidity 95% RH N/C T OU I L1 Loop in from fire alarm panel The ZTA-LE3 is a low cost alternative to the fully addressable remote LED indicator ZTALE2. L2 Loop out to next detector or return to panel IP Rating IP 43 Size (WxHxD mm) 86 x 86 x 23 Weight 40 g 19 Addressable Fire Alarm Systems / Zeta Common Sounder Base & Zeta Common Combined Sounder & Flasher Base (ZTA-CSB, ZTA-CSFIB) ZTA-CSFIB ZTA-CSB The Zeta addressable common sounder base is essentially an addressable sounder which does not take an address. Instead it listens to address 126 and responds to commands sent to this address. The combined sounder & flasher version also includes a loop short circuit isolator, which minimises the number of devices that would be inoperative in the case of a short circuit on the loop. There is no volume adjustment potentiometer, instead the sounder is supplied set to itâ€™s maximum volume. Features Complies fully to EN-54 part 3 Allows use of addressable detectors Low current consumption (5.5 mA for combined sounder & flasher base) Loop isolation option Compatible with all Zeta addressable panels No address to set All sounder will start at the same time Although the sounder does not communicate with the control panel, it must be used in conjunction with an addressable detector. For monitoring purposes, the sounder is treated as a conventional sounder and monitored as part of the loop. 20 Model ZTA-CSB ZTA-CSFIB Part No. 42-510 42-515 Sound Output 85 dB @ 1 metre Alarm Tone 800-970Hz (0.5s each) Flasher Colour N/A Red Flasher Rate N/A 0.3Hz Operating Voltage 17-30V DC Quiescent Current 0.4 mA 0.7 mA Current Consumption During Alarm 4.0 mA 5.5 mA Size, Diameter x Height 100 x 36 mm Weight 155g Addressable Fire Alarm Systems / Fyreye Common & Isolator Bases (FE-CB, FE-CB/S, FE-CB/D, FE-IB) FE-CB FE-CB/S FE-IB FE-CB/D Features Common base which is compatible with all detectors Available in 3 different sizes (standard, shallow & deep) Loop + In Loop + Out Earth L2 Earth L2 - + + - In Out L1 Out L1 Out FE-CB FE-CB/S FE-CB/D FE_IB RR- L1 In L1 In Loop - In Loop - Out Loop - In Loop - Out Loop + In Loop + Out Model FE-CB FE-CB/S FE-CB/D FE-IB Part No. 80-050 80-050S 80-050D 80-090 Supply Voltage 17-33V DC Average Quiescent Current At 24V 0μA Alarm Current At 24V 0mA Isolated Current At 24V - Operating Temperature -20°C to +90°C (non condensing or icing) Max. Wind Speed Not affected Connections L1in, L1out (not used), L2, -R (not used), Earth Base Size (Diameter x Depth) 100mm x 15mm Weights 48g 35μA - - 5.4mA 100mm x 8mm 100m x 25mm 100mm x 15mm 42g 61g 50.2g 21 Addressable Fire Alarm Systems / Fyreye Addressable Reflective Beam Smoke Detector (ZT-50RA, ZT-100RA) The Fyreye addressable reflective beam smoke detector comprises of a single unit incorporating an infrared transmitter and receiver. The signal is reflected by a prism and analysed for smoke presence. Should a predetermined level be reached, the detector will signal an alarm. The system is designed to be mounted so that the beam will project between 0.3 and 0.6 metres below the ceiling and parallel to it. Lateral detection may be up to 7.5 metres either side of the beam. Typical Applications Beam detectors are generally used for two purposes; either to cover a wide-open space and/or in places where several regular smoke detectors would be aesthetically unacceptable. Such places include; 70mm 120mm 140mm 210mm 126mm 100mm 100mm 9.5mm Model ZT-50RA ZT-100RA Part No. 47-055 47-056 Supply Voltage 17-33VDC Range 22 5-50 metres Shopping centres Open Plan offices Heritage sites Warehouses Churches or mosques Factories Museums Power stations Leisure centres and more Features 50 or 100 metre addressable reflective beam smoke detector Vds approved Complies fully to; BS 5839 part 5 EN54 part 12 50-100 metres Single compact housing Quiescent Current 5mA Horizontal or vertical mounting Operating Temp. -20째C to +55째C Max. Humidity 95%RH N/C 12-24V DC operation Max. Wind Speed Not affected Alarm Current 9 mA Fire Output Analogue value to panel Reflector targeting mode to ease set-up Fault Output Analogue value to panel Microprocessor controlled Construction Flame Retardant ABS (Grey / Black). IP50 Automatic contamination compensation Detector Size 210 x 117 x 120 mm Weight 0.7 kg Low current consumption Latching or non latching alarm Selectable sensitivity Robust construction Addressable Fire Alarm Systems / Addressable Manual Call Point (ZT-CP1/AD, ZT-CP2/AD) The ZT-CP2/AD is an addressable manual call point which has been engineered to comply with EN54 part 11. It is a resettable call point that signals an alarm with a yellow flag entering the window area and a red alarm LED illuminating. The modern housing is supplied with a back box which has plenty of room for fitting the cables and also includes 2 x 20mm knockouts for glanded cable entry. There are 2 versions available; ZT-CP1/AD - Which does not have the Perspex protective cover. Features Addressable manual call point Complies fully to EN54 part 11 Available with or without Perspex protective cover ZT-CP2/AD - Which has the protective Perspex cover in addition to a “snaplatch” catch that must to be broken off before the call point cover can be lifted (this acts as a deterrent to malicious activations and allows double action activation). Model ZT-CP2/AD ZT-CP1/AD Part No. 43-305 43-306 Input Voltage 17-33V DC Element Type Resettable Quiescent Current 1.5 mA Alarm Current 18 mA Break Snaplatch Alarm Activation Lift Perspex Press Element Press Element Operating Temperature -20°C to 50°C Maximum Humidity 95% RH N/C IP Rating IP 43 Size (WxHxD mm) 111 x 100 x 67 105 x 100 x 58 Weight 198 g 175 g 23 Addressable Fire Alarm Systems / Addressable Weatherproof Manual Call Point (ZT-CP2/AD/WP) The Zeta addressable weatherproof call point (ZT-CP2/AD/WP) is used to manually initiate an alarm on a Zeta addressable fire alarm system. As the unit is weatherproof (IP rating 65), it is suitable for external use, or areas which may have a high build up of moisture. The unit has a back box that can be oriented to have either 2 cable entries, or a single central cable entry at either the top or the bottom of the unit for the addressable loop wiring. Model ZT-CP2/AD/WP ZT-CP2/AD/WP/W Part No. 43-360 43-362 Addressable manual call point Element Type Resettable Weatherproof (IP rating 65) Alarm Indication Yellow Flag & Red LED Complies fully to EN54 part 11 Operating Voltage 17 - 33V DC Quiescent Current 1mA Alarm Current 2.9mA Operating Temperature -20ÂşC to 50Â°C Features Available in red and white Maximum Humidity 95% RH Non Condensing 24 IP Rating IP65 Size (Width x Height x Depth) 87 x 87 x 70mm Weight 276g Addressable Fire Alarm Systems / Zeta Addressable Explosion Proof Break Glass Unit (ZTA-BGU/WP) This explosion proof addressable break glass unit is manufactured from aluminium in order to withstand harsh environments. It has a built in push button activator to signal an alarm activation. The address of the unit is set via an internal address module. Valid addresses are 1 to 126. The unit will return an analogue value of 16 for normal conditions and a value of 64 during an alarm condition. Model ZTA-BGU/WP Part No. 43-410 Element Type Glass Alarm Activation Break Glass With Hammer Type of Protection Flame proof Area Classification Zone 1 & 2 Gas Groups Group I, II A, II B Apparatus Standard IS – 2148 / 81 CMRI Certification Number CMRS / TC / H167 Approvals CCE Material Aluminium LM6 Finish Anti corrosive epoxy powder coated Cable Entry 2 x ¾” ET Gasket Neoprene Hardware Stainless steel (SS-304) OF Contact Element INC SS The unit is finished in red anti-corrosive epoxy powder coating, with 2 x 20mm cable entries. The unit is supplied with a hammer for operation. Rating Voltage 500 V, 50Hz AC Terminals 4 x 2.5mm² Earthing External: 2 Nos – M6 Internal: No – M5 Operating Voltage 17-33V DC Quiescent Current 1.5 mA Alarm Current 3 mA Operating Temperature -20°C to 50°C Maximum Humidity 95% RH Non Condensing IP Rating IP 65 Cable Entry TL - Terminals 4Nos. 2.5Sq.mm. NP - Name & Warning Plate (SS) 105 100 115 NP TL 185 Hammer BR E C AS E FIRE AK GL A IN 215 Chain Size (Width x Height x Depth) 105 x 215 x 115mm Weight 1.5 kg 25 Addressable Fire Alarm Systems / Zeta Addressable Securetone 2 Sounder (ZAS2/R, ZAS2/W) The Securetone 2 addressable sounder has a low profile design which makes it ideal for locations where sounders are required to be unobtrusive. It is designed to work with the complete range of Zeta addressable control panels. ZAS2/R The sounder is supplied configured to it’s maximum volume. However there is a potentiometer which may be used to adjust the sound level if required. ZAS2/W Features Complies fully to EN-54 part 3 85 dB @ 1 metre Low current consumption Loop isolation option Compatible with all Zeta addressable panels An 8 way DIL switch is used to set the address, where switch 8 is the shadow operative switch. When in the position ON, the sounder will behave normally. When in the OFF position, the sounder will listen to commands without answering to the panel. This allows multiple sounders to be configured at the same address to allow for synchronised sounder operation. Model ZAS2/R ZAS2/W Part No. 42-520 42-521 Sound Output 85 dB @ 1 metre Alarm Tone Intermittent Tone - 800-970Hz (0.5s each) Pulsed Tone – 970Hz (0.5s on, 0.5s off) Maximum Sounders 64 Per Loop DIP switch address setting Short Circuit Isolator No Option to function as shadow sounder Operating Voltage 17-30V DC Quiescent Current 0.9 mA Alarm Current 5.5 mA Maximum Cable Size 2.5mm² Operating Temperature 0ºC to 40ºC Maximum Humidity 95% RH Non Condensing 26 IP Protection Rating IP43 Material Red ABS Plastic Size, Diameter x Height 100mm x 37.5mm Weight 120g White ABS Plastic Addressable Fire Alarm Systems / Zeta Addressable Securetone 2 Combined Sounder & Flasher (ZAS2/RFI, ZAS2/WFI) The Zeta addressable Securetone 2 combined sounder & flasher has a low profile design which makes it ideal for locations where sounders are required to be unobtrusive. ZAS2/RFI It is designed to work with the complete range of Zeta addressable control panels. It also includes a short circuit isolator which minimises the number of devices which would be inoperative in the case of a short circuit on the loop. ZAS2/WFI The sounder is supplied configured to it’s maximum volume. However there is a potentiometer which may be used to adjust the sound level if required. An 8 way DIL switch is used to set the address, where switch 8 is the shadow operative switch. When in the position ON, the sounder will behave normally. When in the OFF position, the sounder will listen to commands without answering to the panel. This allows multiple sounders to be configured at the same address to allow for synchronised sounder operation. Features Complies fully to EN-54 part 3 85 dB @ 1 metre Includes short circuit isolator Low current consumption Loop isolation option Model ZAS2/RFI ZAS2/WFI Part No. 42-525 42-526 Sound Output 85 dB @ 1 metre Alarm Tone Intermittent Tone - 800-970Hz (0.5s each) Pulsed Tone – 970Hz (0.5s on, 0.5s off) Maximum Sounders 64 Per Loop Compatible with all Zeta addressable panels Short Circuit Isolator Yes DIP switch address setting Operating Voltage 17-30V DC Shadow sounder option Quiescent Current 0.9 mA Alarm Current 5.5 mA Maximum Cable Size 2.5mm ² Operating Temperature 0ºC to 40ºC Maximum Humidity 95% RH Non Condensing IP Protection Rating IP43 Material Red ABS Plastic Size, Diameter x Height 100mm x 37.5mm Weight 120g White ABS Plastic 27 Addressable Fire Alarm Systems / Zeta Addressable Securetone 2 Addressable Flasher (ZASF/RI) The Zeta addressable Securetone 2 flasher has a low profile design which makes it ideal for locations where flashers are required to be unobtrusive. It is designed to work with the complete range of Zeta addressable control panels. It also includes a short circuit isolator which minimises the number of devices which would be inoperative in the case of a short circuit on the loop. Model ZASF/RI Part No. 42-530 Complies fully to EN-54 part 3 Maximum Flashers Per Loop 64 Includes short circuit isolator Short Circuit Isolator Yes Low current consumption Operating Voltage 17-30V DC Quiescent Current 0.9 mA Alarm Current 2.5 mA Maximum Cable Size 2.5mm² Operating Temperature 0ºC to 40ºC Maximum Humidity 95% RH Non Condensing IP Protection Rating IP43 Material Red ABS Plastic Size, Diameter x Height 100mm x 37.5mm Weight 120g Features Loop isolation option Compatible with all Zeta addressable panels DIP switch address setting 28 Addressable Fire Alarm Systems / Maxitone Addressable Sounder & Sounder Flasher (ZAMT/R, ZAMT/W, ZAMTF/R) 120mm 126mm The Maxitone addressable sounder is a large horn sounder suitable for many applications. It can be used on any panel using the Zeta Addressable Protocol. It is available as a sounder only in red or white, or as a combined sounder flasher in transparent red. It is suitable for indoor & outdoor use It has a large back-box with knockout cable entries, which has plenty of room for fitting the cables. It has an internal 8 way dip switch for setting the device address, and a sound output of 94 dBA @ 1m. 107mm Both units have a built in short circuit isolator to provide system integrity in the event of cable damage. Model ZAMT/R ZAMT/W ZAMTF/R Part No. 42-007 42-007A 42- Colour Red White Red Supply Voltage 17-33V Standby Current 0.6mA 0.6mA 0.6mA Active Current 12mA 12mA 15mA Sound Output 94dB 94dB 94dB Number of Tones 2 (Controlled by FACP) Flasher N/A N/A Red LED – 2Hz Operating Temp. 0°C to 50°C Max. Humidity 95% RH N/C IP Rating IP 65 Size 124 x 129 x 100 mm Weight 200g 29 Addressable Fire Alarm Systems / Zeta Common Addressable Input Unit (ZIU) The Zeta addressable input unit (ZIU) is used to interface external equipment which has a volt free normally open relay output to any Zeta addressable fire alarm system. The input is monitored with a 47K end of line resistor. The unit has a built in loop short circuit isolator to help keep the unit operational in the event of a problem on the addressable loop wiring. The unit has internal LED indications for loop isolator active, fault on input and alarm (panel controlled). During the system set-up, the led can be removed from this box to allow these LEDs to be viewed. Fault Current 2.8mA Isolating Current 7.3mA Input End Of Line 47K Resistor Device Normal Resistance (Return Value 16) 10K to 75K Device Open CCT Fault Resistance (Return Value 4) 85K to open circuit Device Alarm Resistance (Return Value 64) 0K to 5K Operating Temperature 0ºC to 50ºC Maximum Humidity 95% RH Non Condensing IP Rating IP 43 Size, Width x Height x Depth 127 x 88 x 57mm Weight 220g + - + In Out Serial No 2.9mA - ZIU Pt No: 48-100 ZIOU Pt No: 48-105 ZSCC Pt No: 48-110 Hundreds Tens Units 901 901 901 Address 78 Alarm Current Loop - 78 900uA 78 Quiescent Current Interface Unit 456 17 – 33V DC 456 Operating Voltage 456 48-100 23 Part No. 23 ZIU 23 30 Model Addressable Fire Alarm Systems / Zeta Addressable Input Output Units (ZIOU, ZIOU/230) The Zeta addressable input output units (ZIOU & ZIOU/230) are used to interface external equipment to any Zeta addressable fire alarm system. It has a switch monitoring input with a 47K end of line resistor and a volt free SELV relay output. There are two versions available, one for switching low voltage (ZIOU) and the other for switching mains (ZIOU/230). As with all addressable interfaces, the outputs are controlled by the panel to which they are connected. Consequently the interfaces will behave differently on different panels, i.e. some may allow the outputs to be programmed whilst others will have a default “preprogrammed” operation. ZIOU ZIOU/230 Part No. 48-105 48-106 Operating Voltage 17 – 33V DC Quiescent Current 900uA Alarm Current 10.6mA www.gltexports.com - MADE IN THE UK Loop + IN + OUT 147k EOL MON I/P - Power Link Isolate Section Alarm Fault Interface Unit ZIOUH PT NO.40-06 Fault Current 2.8mA Isolating Current 7.3mA Input End Of Line 47K Device Normal Resistance (Return Value 16) 10K to 75K Device Open CCT Fault Resistance (Return Value 4) 85K to open circuit Device Alarm Resistance (Return Value 64) 0K to 5K Relay Rating 1 Amp SELV Only Operating Temperature 0ºC to 50ºC Maximum Humidity 95% RH Non Condensing IP Rating IP43 Size, Width x Height x Depth 127 x 88 x 59mm Weight 220g Isolator Compatible with Zeta Addressable Fire Alarm System Panels Only AUX 1240VAC 5A NC 901 CM 456 NO 78 901 78 901 456 78 Units 23 Tens 23 Hundreds 23 456 5 Amp 230V AC Resistive Serial No Model Address Settings The unit has a built in loop short circuit isolator to help keep the unit operational in the event of a problem on the addressable loop wiring. It has 3 indication LEDs on the front of the unit. One for alarm, one for local fault and one for addressable loop fault (isolator active). 31 Addressable Fire Alarm Systems / Zeta Addressable Sounder Circuit Controller (ZSCC, ZSCC/4) The Zeta addressable sounder circuit controllers (ZSCC & ZSCC/4) are used to connect any conventional alarm warning devices (for instance sounders, flashers or bells) to any Zeta addressable fire alarm system. It needs external power to be supplied from a suitable 24V power supply. ZSCC ZSCC/4 The unit has a built in loop short circuit isolator to help keep the unit operational in the event of a problem on the loop wiring. It has 3 indication LEDs on the front of the unit, one for alarm, one for local fault and one for addressable loop fault (isolator active). 4 Operating Voltage 17 – 33V DC Quiescent Current 900uA (6.8 mA from ext PSU) Alarm Current 10.6mA (10mA + sounder load from PSU) Fault Current 2.8mA (10mA from PSU) Isolating Current 7.3mA (6.8 mA from ext PSU) Sounder End of Line 47K Line Monitoring Conditions Open & Short Circuit Sounder Output 1 Amp (If Ext PSU Allows) Operating Temperature 0°C to 50°C Interface Unit 42.4mA (10mA per circuit + sounder load from PSU) ZIU Pt No: 48-100 ZIOU Pt No: 48-105 ZSCC Pt No: 48-110 Snd Supply Tens Units 901 901 901 78 Hundreds 456 Address Quad Sounder Unit Line Isolated 220g 400g 901 456 Address 23 Units 901 23 Tens 901 23 Hundreds 78 Weight Snd 2 O/P Snd 3 O/P Snd 4 O/P Snd Snd Active Fault Snd Snd Active Fault Snd Snd Active Fault Snd Snd Active Fault Serial No 78 195 x 143 x 79mm 78 127 x 88 x 59mm 456 IP 43 Size 456 IP Rating Snd 1 O/P Loop In/Out Maximum Humidity 95% RH Non Condensing 32 Serial No 1 78 Number of Sounder Circuits 78 48-111 456 48-110 456 Part No. 23 ZSCC/4 23 ZSCC 23 Model Snd Supply Addressable Fire Alarm Systems / Zeta Addressable Zone Monitoring Units (ZTZM/1, ZTZM/4) Zone monitors are used to connect conventional detectors to an addressable loop. This may be for economic reasons (due to conventional detectors being less expensive compared with addressable ones), or for technical reasons (the required detector may not be available in an addressable form (for instance flame detectors). The Zeta addressable zone monitoring units have either 1 (ZTZM) or 4 (ZTZM/4) detection circuits and both require external power to be supplied from a suitable 24V PSU. The unit has a built in loop short circuit isolator to help maintain operation in the event of a problem on the addressable loop wiring. It has internal indication LEDs for zone alarm (red) and zone fault (yellow) for each of the detector circuits. It also has one for addressable loop fault (isolator active). 1.09mA (37mA from ext PSU) 1.09mA (105mA from ext PSU) Fault Current (Max.) 1.09mA (55mA from ext PSU) 1.09mA (175mA from ext PSU) Isolating Current 7.2mA (22mA from ext PSU) 7.2mA (50mA from ext PSU) Sounder End Of Line 2K2 Line Monitored Conditions Open & Short Circuit & Alarm Alarm Condition Zone current >14mA Operating Temperature 0°C to 50°C Zone 1 Loop In/Out Line Isolated Zone Alarm Zone Fault Serial No Hundreds Tens Units 901 901 901 78 Alarm Current (Max.) 78 1.08mA (40mA from ext PSU) 78 Quiescent Current 1.08mA (22mA from ext PSU) Quad Sounder Monitoring Unit 456 17 – 33V DC Zone Supply 23 Operating Voltage 456 ZTZM/4 23 ZTZM/1 23 Model 456 Address Quad Sounder Monitoring Unit Zone 1 Zone 2 Zone 3 Zone 4 Maximum Humidity 95% RH Non Condensing Zone Fault Zone Alarm Zone Fault Zone Alarm Zone Fault Zone Alarm Zone Fault Serial No 901 Zone Supply 23 Units 901 23 Tens 901 23 Hundreds 78 220g 78 Weight Zone Alarm 78 127 x 88 x 59 mm 456 Size Loop In/Out Line Isolated 456 IP43 456 IP Rating Address 33 Addressable Fire Alarm Systems / Zeta GSM Communicator (GSM-COM) Zeta GSM communicator is an interface that allows a fire alarm panel to send a SMS text message in the event of an alarm or a fault. The communicator accepts a standard Mobile Phone SIM card, and is then programmed with the alarm information & phone numbers via a PC. The unit can run on any power supply between 9 & 24V DC. The unit has 4 inputs & 2 user definable outputs. The outputs can be manually operated by dialling the GSM communicator then entering a password. A B C D E F PC Rs232 G I K H J 9-24V DC 34 A Antenna B Metal House C Antenna Cable Adaptor D Main PCB E Antenna Connection F SIM card Case G GSM Module H Power Supply Terminals 9-24V DC I RS232 Connector for Programming J Connectors • GSM LINE • PSTN LINE • In1/2/3 (User Programmable) • In4 (DIRECT GSM Function) • COM Common Point IN1...IN4 • OUT1/2 (User Programmable) • OUT3 failure of GSM line • OUT4 failure of wired line K Push button Model GSM-COM Part No. 48-900 Supply Voltage 9-24V DC Standby Current 200mA Active Current 500mA Transmission Frequency GSM 900/1800 MHz Inputs (Type) 4 x N/O switch monitor Input Quantity (3 user definable, 1 reserved) Outputs (Type) 4 x Open Collector – 100mA Max Output Quantity (2 user definable, 2 reserved for line faults) Operating Temperature 0°C to 60°C Size (PCB Only) 150 x 101 x 27mm Weight (PCB Only) 70g Size (ex antenna) 234 x 165 x 80mm Weight 200g Addressable Fire Alarm Systems / Loop Powered Door Magnet (ZTA-DH) The loop powered door magnet is the latest innovation from Zeta Alarm Systems. The ZTA-DH is an addressable loop powered & loop controlled door holder. It takes all it’s power from the loop, so there is no need for a separate power supply or battery. The unit consists of a controller unit, which connects directly to the loop, and a permanent magnet door holder. The door holder controller can then be programmed to operate in a similar manner to an Input/ Output unit. The current consumption allows the use of up to 20 units per loop. It has a manual door release button to allow the magnet to release the door at any time. The interface also has a built in loop short circuit isolator, to help maintain system integrity in the event of a fault condition. Loop In Loop Out 4 Cores Model ZTA-DH Part No. 83-005 Supply Voltage 17-33V DC Standby Current 1mA Typ (Max 13.5mA) Active Current 4mA Typ (Max 16.6mA) Inputs Manual door release button Output Release signal to magnet Operating Temp. 0°C to 60°C Holding Force 200 N Magnet Release Pwr 3W Size (interface) 127 x 88 x 59 mm Weight (interface) 220g Size (magnet) 85 x 110 x 38 mm Weight (magnet) 400g Size (keeper) 55 x 55 x 50 mm Weight (keeper) 150g 35 Future Products A showcase of forthcoming products in development: Quatro 4 Loop Addressable Fire Alarm Panel Network capacity of 64 panels (254 loops) Build-in European languages Cutting edge cause & effect software 4 x 40 character display EN54 Switched-Mode Power Supplies Complies with the latest requirements of EN54 part 4 1.0 Amp output up to 12.0 Ah 5.0 Amp output up to 17.0 Ah Xtratone Sounder and Combined Sounder & Flasher High dB output sounder Low current consumption 36 Fyreye MKII Detectors Built-in short circuit isolators 8 LEDs offering combination of flashing modes Introducing new protocol (backwards compatible) Special portable tool to check sensitivity via built-in IR sensor Detector Sounder Module Plug and play sounder which fits onto Fyreye Common Bases Easily retrofitted to current installations Up to 125 sounder modules can be supported on a single loop EN54 Certified Interface Modules Fully compliant & certified to EN54 Built-in isolators 37 Product Compatibility Chart Premier AL 1-4 x Max Per Loop: - - Premier AL 5-8 x x Max Per Loop: - - P - - - - - - - - 32 32 32 16 10 32 16 8 16 4 32 32 8 - - - 64 48 - - - P - - - - - - - - 64 48 64 32 25 64 16 8 16 8 32 32 16 - - - 64 48 - - - P - - - - - - - - 64 48 64 32 25 64 16 8 16 8 32 32 16 - - - 64 48 - - - P - - - - - - - - 64 48 64 32 25 64 16 8 16 8 32 32 16 - - - 64 48 - - - P - - - - - - - - - - 64 48 64 32 25 64 16 8 16 8 32 32 16 - - - 64 48 - - - P - - - - - - - - - - 64 Key 48 64 32 25 64 16 8 16 8 32 32 16 - - - 64 48 - - About Compatible, and can be connected directly to the panel 38 ZTA-LE3 - ZTA-LE2-10 - - ZTA-LE2 - Max Per Loop: Remote Led ZTA-CSFIB x ZTA-CSB x FEA-RB x Premier AD FEA-IB - FE-CB - - ZTA-DH - Max Per Loop: Detector Bases ZTZM/4 x ZTZM x ZSCC/4 x Simplicity 126 ZSCC - ZIOU/230 - - ZIOU - Max Per Loop: Addressable Interface ZIU x ZAMTF/R x ZAMT/R x Simplicity 64 ZASF/RI - ZAS2/R(W)FI - ZAS2/R(W) - ZT-100RA - Addressable Sounder ZT-50RA Max Per loop: WP-MCP/AD x ZT-CP2/AD x FEAOH2000 Alarm Manager x FEAHHE2000 REP-AL/G x FEAHE2000 REP-AL Simplicity Micro Addressable Detectors FEAOE2000 REP-AD Repeater Panels x Not compatible with the panel P Compatible, but requires some extra setup programming This chart is aimed to assist identifying which devices or repeaters will work with each control panel. If you have any questions or doubts, contact your local representative, or contact our technical support team via email on email@example.com. - Device Current Consumption (in Micro-Amps) Cable Comparison Type Voltage drop (mV/A/m) FDC 1.0 44 FDC 1.5 29 FDC 2.5 18 Device Quiescent Alarm FEAOE2000 480 2300 FEAHE2000 440 2400 FEAHHE2000 440 2400 FEAOH2000 520 2300 ZT-CP2/AD 1500 18000 WP-MCP/AD 1000 2900 ZT-50RA 5000 9000 ZT-100RA 5000 9000 ZAS2/R(W) 900 4000 ZAS2/R(W)FI 900 5500 ZASF/RI 900 2500 ZAMT/R 600 12000 ZAMTF/R 600 16000 ZIU 900 2900 ZIOU 900 10600 ZSCC 900 10600 ZSCC/4 900 42400 ZTZM 800 780 ZTZM/4 800 780 Load 100m 250m 500m 750m 1000m 1250m 1500m 1750m 2000m FE-CB 0 0 100mA 26.56 25.9 24.8 23.7 22.6 21.5 20.4 19.3 18.2 FEA-IB 43 6400 200mA 26.12 24.8 22.6 20.4 18.2 16 13.8 11.6 9.4 300mA 25.68 23.7 20.4 17.1 13.8 10.5 7.2 3.9 0.6 400mA 25.24 22.6 18.2 13.8 9.4 5 0.6 N/A N/A 500mA 24.8 21.5 16 10.5 5 N/A N/A N/A N/A FEA-RB 0 15000 Voltage Drop Considerations On an addressable system, loop voltage drop has to be taken into consideration. Due to variations in load distribution along the cable length, it is not always practical to try to calculate the exact voltage drop. The addressable devices are rated down to 17V, so every point on the loop must be at least 17V at all times. So when considering the question “how long can my loop be ?”, the actual question to be answered is “how long can my loop be with my maximum alarm load, and chosen cable thickness, before the loop voltage drops below 17 V DC?”. There is always the option to use a thicker cable gauge. The below tables give a rough indication of “worst case voltage drop” for different loads and cable lengths for the 3 main fireproof cable sizes. Cable Length (1.0mm cable) ZTA-CSB 400 4000 ZTA-CSFIB 700 5500 ZTA-LE2 1500 10000 ZTA-LE2-10 1500 10000 Load 100m 250m 500m 750m 1000m 1250m 1500m 1750m 2000m ZTA-LE3 0 10000 100mA 26.71 26.28 25.55 24.83 24.1 23.38 22.65 21.93 21.2 200mA 26.42 25.55 24.1 22.65 21.2 19.75 18.3 16.85 15.4 300mA 26.13 24.83 22.65 20.48 18.3 16.13 13.95 11.78 9.6 400mA 25.84 24.1 21.2 18.3 15.4 12.5 9.6 6.7 3.8 500mA 25.55 23.38 19.75 16.13 12.5 8.88 5.25 1.63 N/A Cable Length (1.5mm cable) Cable Length (2.5mm cable) Load 100m 250m 500m 750m 1000m 1250m 1500m 1750m 2000m 100mA 26.82 26.55 26.1 25.65 25.2 24.75 24.3 23.85 23.4 200mA 26.64 26.1 25.2 24.3 23.4 22.5 21.6 20.7 19.8 300mA 26.46 25.65 24.3 22.95 21.6 20.25 18.9 17.55 16.2 400mA 26.28 25.2 23.4 21.6 19.8 18 16.2 14.4 12.6 500mA 26.1 24.75 22.5 20.25 18 15.75 13.5 11.25 9 39 Notes 40 41 42 Available now from: Tel: +44 (0) 1792 455 175 Fax: +44 (0) 1792 455 176 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Web: www.zetaalarmsystems.com Detection House 72-78 Morfa Road Swansea SA1 2EN United Kingdom