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Title: ID3000 2 to 8 Loop Intelligent Control Panel


1
Honeywell XLS 80e 2 to 8 Loop Intelligent
Control Panel
2
XLS80e2 to 8 Loop Intelligent Control Panel
3
XLS80eIntelligent Repeater Panel
4
XLS80e - Network
  • Peer-to-peer network
  • ArcNet based
  • Re-transmission and isolation between nodes (1 km
    btw. nodes)
  • Error checking and correctionat each node
  • Message routing
  • Up to 100 network nodes
  • Up to 158,400 devices
  • Up to 25,500 zones
  • Up to 700A PSU
  • Network alarm response less than 10 seconds

5
Master/Slave or Peer to Peer
6
Life Safety System Goals
  • Greater fire detection accuracy with elimination
    of nuisance alarms
  • Faster response
  • Greater flexibility in alarm system design and
    application
  • Lower installed cost
  • Lower operating and maintenance cost

7
Global Market Offering
  • Compliant with EN54
  • Large graphic LCD
  • Multi-lingual capability
  • Modular design
  • Site configurable
  • Application software flexibility

8
XLS80e Applications (1)
  • An advanced life safety system designed for large
    single site and multi-site applications
  • Office towers
  • Airports
  • Hospitals
  • Universities
  • Manufacturing complexes
  • Military bases
  • Government buildings

9
XLS80e Applications (2)
  • Retrofit and new construction
  • Medium to large multiple building systems
  • Standalone systems
  • Networked systems

10
ID3000 Technical Advances
  • Modular design
  • Surface mount technology
  • Fully automated test equipment
  • User friendly interface
  • Peripheral options
  • Advanced software features
  • Easy programming
  • Multiple language options

11
Traditional Fire Alarm Functions
  • Smoke and fire detection
  • Sprinkler system supervision
  • Automatic and manual system operation
  • Added Value Options
  • Advanced detection products
  • Filtrex, Multi-criteria, loop powered sounders
    and beam detectors
  • Enhanced loop interface board (E-LIB)
  • Active and passive repeaters
  • Graphic annunciator driver

12
Key Terms
  • Basic Equipment Kit
  • Extension Chassis Kit
  • LIB - Loop Interface Board
  • E-LIB - Enhanced Loop I/F Board
  • DTP - Dual Transmission Path Booster I/F Kit
  • PSU - Power Supply Unit
  • Node - A system panel in a network
  • LCD - Liquid Crystal Display
  • CBE - Control by Event Matrix
  • Mimic (Graphic Annuciator) Driver Kit

13
Hardware Overview
X
14
Modular Design
Basic Configuration
Installation/Commissioning Kit
BasicEquipment Kit
Cover(s)
Extension Chassis (if required)
Backbox(es)
Optional Expansion Modules (if required)
Power Supply
15
ID3000 Key Components
Backbox Power Supply Basic
Equipment Kit Covers
Batteries Extension Chassis
16
Modular Design
  • Modular design offers
  • flexibility
  • ease of expansion
  • lower service cost

17
Basic Equipment Kit
Expansion Cards
Base Card
ProcessorPCB
Main Chassis
Display PCB
18
Basic Equipment Kit
  • Can be extended with
  • Up to 3 Standard Loop Cards (LIB)
  • Up to 3 Enhanced Loop Cards (E-LIB)
  • One RS-232 Card
  • One RS-485 Card
  • One ID-Net Card ()
  • Panel Printer

19
Basic Equipment Kit
20
BEK - Inputs Outputs
  • Outputs
  • A/B/C/D - Sounder or Relay programmable
  • Sounder - rated _at_ 1A/30V each
  • Dry contact relay - rated _at_ 1A/30V
  • Two can be programmed for German UE interface
  • Fault and Fire Relays
  • rated _at_ 1A/30V each
  • Auxiliary 26-28Vdc outputs 1 and 2
  • both rated _at_ 1A
  • Battery charger max. 8.6A (130Ah batteries)

21
BEK - Inputs Outputs
  • Inputs
  • Mains - 230Vac 15 50/60 Hz
  • Two addressable loops - 500mA
  • Tamper switch input (VF dry contact)
  • Serial Ports
  • RS232 Port 1
  • PC Programming, internal printer option
  • RS232 Port 2 (optional module)
  • RS485 Port (optional module)

22
Modular Design
Extension Chassis Options
Double Extension Chassis with 255 Zone Display
Module Kit
23
Extension Options
64/128 Zone LEDs and Panel Printer
ExtendedBackbox
255 Zone LEDs External Printer Support
24
Modular Design
Optional Expansion Modules
Printer Module Kit
ID-Net Network Card
Dual Loop Module Kit
Enhanced Dual Loop Module Kit
Isolated RS232 Module Kit
Isolated RS485 Module Kit
25
Standard LIB vs. E-LIB
  • E-LIB
  • Powerful microprocessor
  • Degrade mode
  • In case of main CPU failure the E-LIB will still
    activate sounder circuits 1-4 and the Fire Relay
    when an alarm is received from the loop
  • CPU available for other tasks
  • Full device count on the panel
  • LIB
  • Handles communication only
  • System CPU scans loops
  • In case of main CPU failure all detection is
    lost
  • CPU always busy
  • Max. 512 devices per panel

26
Serial Communication
  • RS232 Option
  • Isolated port
  • Third party interface
  • External printer
  • UniNet (NION) connection
  • Pager interface
  • VDU for terminal emulation
  • RS485 Option
  • Isolated
  • Master/Slave network
  • Multi-drop
  • Repeaters
  • Graphic annunciators

27
Expansion Modules
28
Modular Design
Power Supply Selection
Power Supply Unit Kit 2.5 Amp
Remote Battery/Charger Enclosure Kit
Universal PSU Kit 4.5A or 7.0A (External
enclosure or deep boxes only)
PSU DTP Booster Kit (4.5 or 7.0A PSU only)
29
Power Supply Options
4.5A PSU mounts into the deep (extended) back box
2.5A PSU mounts on the side of the BEK
DTP Booster mounts on the side of the BEK
7A PSU mounts into the external charger/
battery enclosure
30
PSU with Dual Transmission Path Booster Kit
  • Temperature compensated battery charger
  • DTP required by EN54-4 for external PSU
    application
  • Maintains constant loop voltage over a wide range
    of mains and battery voltages
  • Fault monitoring on the power supply, mains and
    the batteries
  • Inhibits charger in case of an alarm

31
Power Supply Options
  • 7A PSU Status Indication LEDs(for use in the
    Remote Enclosure)

32
Modular Design
Backbox Options
Flush Mounting Bezels
Standard Back Box Kit
Backbox Extension Kit (available in standard
and deep)
Double Extended Backbox Kit (available in
standard and deep)
Extended Back Box Kit (available in standard
and deep)
33
Back-box Options
Standarddepth
17Ah
17 Ah
12Ah
38Ah
38Ah
78Ah
Deep Boxes
Standard Extended Double Extended
External Box
34
Modular Design
Cover/Door Kits
Security Door Kits (available for main
extension covers)
Main Cover Kit (High Security option)
Extension Cover Blanking Plate
Extension Cover Kit (High Security option)
Double Extension Cover Kit
35
Cover Options
  • All covers are available in
  • Black/Grey (standard) - matching backbox and
    bezel
  • Red -matching backbox and bezel
  • NEXTEL Grey - matching bezel
  • Stainless Steel- matching bezel

36
19 Rack Mounting Option
37
19 Rack Mounting Option
  • 19 Rack Mounting Assembly for Basic Equipment
    Kit
  • 6U x 19 Rack Mounting Assembly for 7A PSU
  • 6U x 19 Rack Mounting Assembly
  • for 64 Zone LED Extension Chassis Printer Kit
  • 6U x 19 Rack Mounting Assembly for 256 Zone
  • LED Extension Chassis Kit
  • 6U x 19 Rack Mounting Assembly for Printer
  • 3U x 19 Rack Blank Cover with Mains Termination
    Kit
  • 6U x 19 Rack Blank Cover with Mains Termination
    Kit
  • 3U x 19 Rack Mounting Assembly for Mimic Driver
    Kit
  • 6U x 19 Rack Blank Cover
  • 3U x 19 Rack Blank Cover
  • All available in the standard black/grey colour

38
Take Your Pick!
39
User Interface
40
Main User Interface
  • Numeric Data Entry Enter/Cancel

6 Line x 40 Character Graphic LCD
  • Navigation Keypad

Main Control Switches
  • Key switchAccess Level 2

System Status Indicators
41
Main User Interface
  • Fully EN54 compliant
  • Simple tabbed menu navigation
  • Prioritised event display (Automatically
    displays highest priority event)
  • User in control/has choice of what is displayed
  • Simple lights and switches for common controls
  • Top level info displayed

42
Graphic Display
  • Large 240 x 64 pixel LCD 6 lines x40 characters
  • Short-cuts for test disablement
  • Selection by direct addressing
  • Displays
  • Time and Date
  • Active Point Count for each event
  • Event type, index and actions
  • Panel, Zone and Device descriptors

43
Graphic Display
System Information on Windows Style Tabbed Screens
44
Graphic Display
EVENT TYPES AND TAB DISPLAY PRIORITIES
Highest Priority
Lowest Priority
FIRE PRE-A FAULT DISAB TEST
EVAC AUX USER
If there is insufficient room to display all 8
tabs, then the lowest (on the right) are omitted.
45
Virtual Keyboard
Panel and Zone Text up to 32 Characters via
Keyboard ???? to Navigate and ? to Select
46
Fire Alarm Display
Example - 3 Zones in Alarm 2 Devices Alarmed in
Zone 2 1 Device Alarmed in Zone 1 1 other
zone in Alarm - Press Zones in Alarm to view
others Use Navigation keys 46 to scroll through
zones and display other devices, date/time of
event and device value, etc. Short-cut key ?
selects either device or zone disablement.
47
Pre-Alarm Display
PRE-ALM DISPLAY REQUIRED????? FROM P21 OF
OPERATING MANUAL
3 Zones are in Pre-Alarm with 4 events in the
system 2 Pre-Alarms are currently in Zone 8. Use
?? to scroll through zones ??for device
selection.
48
Fault Display
3 Zones are in FAULT with 4 events in the
system. Use ??to scroll through zones and ?? to
display device, type, value, etc.
49
Disablement Display
142 Devices Disabled in 3 input zones. 12 devices
are disabled in Zone 2 (all input devices). No
outputs are disabled. Use ??to scroll through
zone list and ?? to see device details.
50
Main Control Switches
51
System Status Indicators
Fire condition exists Fault condition
exists Pre-Alarm condition exists System/CPU
failure Sounder O/P fault or disabled Fire relay
disabled, or fire O/P disabled/in fault Fire
relay or fire O/P is active
52
System Status Indicators - 2
One or more devices disabled Test mode active
(Walk-Test, etc.) Mains or battery power OK Day
mode active (pushbutton operated) Programmed
delays enabled A Non-Fire (AUX) device
activated Spare for future features Spare for
future features
53
Navigation Numeric Keys
Text Edit Short-CutsDisable/EnableMenu Select
Up (Next) Left (Back) Down (Previous)
Right (Forward)
Numeric Data Entry
Accept/Enter
Cancel/Escape
54
Zone Status Indicators
  • FIRE and FAULT/DISABLED/TEST Indication

64 Zone LED Display Module (Single Extension
Chassis) Two Variants Zones 1 to 64 or Zones 65
to 128
255 Zone LED Display Module (Double Extension
Chassis)
55
Language Options
Easy translation/customisation using Slide-In
type text labels
56
Main Features
  • Approved to EN54 Parts 2 and 4
  • Degraded mode of operation
  • Enhanced LIB (parallel CPUs)
  • Support for
  • Advanced detection devices (VIEW, HARSH, MULTI)
  • Loop powered sounders (ABS4, IBS3, ANS4, AWS3)
  • Loop powered beam detectors (LPB-500, LPB-620)
  • Menu driven point/data access
  • Multi-level operator password control
  • Multiple language options
  • English, German, Spanish, Icelandic, Dutch/French
    ()

57
Key Functions
  • 10 sensitivity levels for Fire Pre-alarm
  • Adjustable alarm fault verification delay
  • Two-stage alarm operation
  • Alarm silence/re-sound
  • Sound general alarm (Evacuate)
  • Day and Night modes
  • Fire output(s) inhibit
  • Internal and external printer options

58
Key Functions (continued)
  • Powerful Control-by-Event (CBE)
  • Auto-Learn or PC programming
  • Duplicate address detection
  • One-man Walk Test with counter
  • Output device test
  • Daily high test
  • 2 pulse rates for outputs
  • Time of day functions

59
System CapacityStand-Alone
  • Up to 8 loops
  • 198 (9999) devices per loop
  • Up to 99 VIEW per loop
  • Up to 1584 devices
  • Up to 255 zones
  • Up to 7A PSU
  • Up to 31 repeaters
  • Graphic annunciators (Mimic)
  • Up to 512 LEDs per controller
  • 600 event history log

60
System CapacityStand-Alone (continued)
  • Four sounder circuits (NACs)
  • rated _at_ 1A each
  • Two programmable as VF relaysrated _at_ 30Vdc/1A
  • Two 24Vdc auxiliary outputs
  • rated at 1A each
  • Two programmable inputs
  • SPDT Fault and Fire relays
  • rated _at_ 30Vdc/1A
  • Two loops as standard
  • One isolated RS232 port (optional)
  • One isolated RS485 port (optional)

61
System CapacityNetworked - I
  • Master/Slave network
  • Up to 32 network nodes
  • Maximum 8 panels
  • Remainder repeaters
  • and graphic annunciators
  • Up to 64 loops
  • Up to 12,672 devices
  • Up to 2040 zones
  • Up to 56A PSU
  • Max. RS485 bus length of 3000m

62
Master/Slave Network
  • Functionality supported across the network
  • Reset
  • Silence/Re-sound
  • Mute
  • Evacuate
  • Point/Zone Isolate
  • Walk Test
  • Zone Event Broadcast
  • Control by Event (CBE)

63
System CapacityNetworked - II
  • Peer-to-peer network
  • ArcNet based
  • Re-transmission and isolation between nodes (1 km
    btw. nodes)
  • Error checking and correctionat each node
  • Message routing
  • Up to 100 network nodes
  • Up to 158,400 devices
  • Up to 25,500 zones
  • Up to 700A PSU
  • Network alarm response less than 10 seconds

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64
Off-Line Configuration Tool
  • Stand-alone and Master/Slave network
  • DOS based
  • Individual panel programming
  • Manual software authentication
  • Same format as ID1000 and ID2000
  • Minimum training required
  • No special hardware requirement
  • Windows based Loop Battery Calculator tool
  • Peer-to-peer network
  • Windows based
  • System-wide programming

65
Off-Line Configuration ToolWindows version
  • Windows 95/98/ME/NT4/2000 Operating Systems
  • Windows XP under consideration
  • Standard Windows editing features (cut, copy,
    paste, etc)
  • On-line error checking
  • Easy report printouts
  • On-Line Help menu

66
On-Site Configuration
  • Multi-level password/key-switch access
  • Level 2 Code 1/Keyswitch - Panel controls
    menus
  • Level 3 Code 2 - Level 2 Configuration menus
  • Level 3A Code 3 - Level 3 Advanced
    Configuration
  • Panel settings
  • Auto-learn facility
  • Loop/Device configuration
  • Text Editor (Virtual keyboard)
  • Control matrix editor (512 lines)
  • Network configuration

67
User Menu
68
Easy-to-use Test Mode
1 sec ON or follow me
LED ON for 5sec
Use ??to scroll through inputs currently under
walk-test. Either Tested or Not Tested is
highlighted for that device. Use ??to scroll
through device descriptions.
69
User Menu - Examples
Lamp Test checks all panel LEDs, Buzzer, L.C.D.
Contrast adjustment
70
User Menu - Examples
Lamp Test also displays Panel LIB software
versions
71
Configuration Menu
Level 3 Access
Configuration
1 Loop Device Configuration (auto-learn) 2
Zone Text Editor 3 Panel Text Editor 4
Control Matrix Configuration (512 lines) 5
Network Configuration 6 Panel Settings
72
Configuration Menu - 2
Loop Device Configuration
73
Configuration Menu - 3
74
Configuration Menu - 4
Network Configuration
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