Edwards Signaling FireShield Single-Zone Panel User Manual

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FireShield Single-Zone Panel

Installation and Operating Instructions

Product description

The FireShield single-zone panel has one initiating device circuit (IDC) and one notification appliance circuit (NAC). The panel is configured for Class B operation only.

Specifications

IDC zones: 1 Class B NAC zones: 1 Class B

NAC voltage rating: 24 Vfwr NAC max current: 1.0 A

Auxilliary power: 24 Vdc at 0.1 A auxiliary power with reset option

Primary power: 120 Vac 60 Hz, 0.36 A

Alarm contact: Form C 30 Vdc at 1 A (resistive load) Trouble contact: Form C 30 Vdc at 1 A (resistive load) Standby batteries: 4.5 Ah max.

Operating environment

Temperature: 32 to 120 °F (0 to 49 °C) Humidity: 93% RH, noncondensing

Controls and indicators

POWER

ALARM

TROUBLE

 

BATTERY

SIGNAL

GROUND

ALARM

LEDs

RELAY

 

TROUBLE

SILENCED

FAULT

DISABLE

 

 

SIGNAL

PANEL

ALARM RELAY

 

RESET

SILENCE

SILENCE

DISABLE

Control

 

DRILL

 

 

buttons

 

LAMP TEST

 

 

 

 

LEDs

Power: On when the panel has AC power.

Alarm: On steady (latched) when there is an active alarm event on the IDC.

Trouble: On when there is a fault with a monitored circuit or system component, or when a circuit is disabled.

Battery Trouble: Flashes for charger or low battery trouble. Steady means placement trouble. Also places the panel in the trouble state.

Signal Silenced: On steady indicates that the NAC circuit is turned off (silenced) but the panel is still in alarm.

Ground Fault: On steady during an active ground fault. (Also places the panel in the trouble state.)

Alarm Relay Disable: On when there is a disabled circuit. (Also places the panel in the trouble state.)

Control buttons

Reset: Resets the panel.

Signal Silence and Drill

Alarm mode: Silences active notification appliances. Pressing Signal Silence a second time unsilences the NAC. The Signal Silenced LED indicates when the panel is in alarm and operating with notification appliances silenced. Visible appliances may or may not turn off when Signal Silence is pressed depending on JP1/JP2 settings.

Normal mode: Activates the drill function. Turns notification appliances on according to JP1/JP2 settings but does not place the panel in alarm or activate the alarm relay. Pressing Drill a second time turns off the drill function.

Panel Silence: Silences the panel sounder during an active trouble or alarm event.

Alarm Relay Disable: Deactivates the alarm relay and prevents it from activating in a future alarm event. Pressing Alarm Relay Disable places the panel in the trouble state.

Lamp test

Panel Silence and Alarm Relay Disable: Press the Panel Silence and Alarm Relay Disable buttons simultaneously to do a panel lamp test. This lets you verify proper operation of the LEDs.

Installation checklist

Prepare the site: Make sure the installation location is free from construction dust and debris and extreme temperature ranges and humidity.

Unpack the equipment

Install the cabinet: See “Installing the cabinet.”

Remove the metal terminal shield: Remove and save the four screws that hold the terminal shield in place.

Set the panel jumpers: See "Jumper setup."

Review wire routing: See "Wire routing."

Connect the field wiring: See "Wiring diagrams" or the panel label. Meter for opens, grounds, and shorts before connecting.

Connect AC power and ground: See "Wiring diagrams" or the panel label. The panel can not be started on batteries only.

WARNING: Make sure that the AC power circuit breaker is off before connecting wires to the terminal block.

Connect batteries: See "Wiring diagrams" or the panel label.

Install the metal terminal shield: Be careful to align the terminal shield correctly over the LEDs and buttons. Use the four screws that you removed earlier.

Test for proper operation: See "Operating the panel."

Installation Sheet

04MAR03

P/N: 3100589 REV: 1.0

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Installing the cabinet

Cabinets can be surfaced mounted. See the figure and table below for framing and mounting dimensions.

To surface mount the cabinet:

1.Position the cabinet on the finished wall surface.

2.Fasten the cabinet to the wall surface where indicated.

 

D1

D2

D3

D4

D5

 

13.0 in

3.0 in

6.0 in

7.0 in

11.0 in

 

(33.0 cm)

(7.6 cm)

(15.2 cm)

(17.8 cm)

(28.0 cm)

 

 

 

 

 

 

D2

D1 holesmounting flush-Semi

D3

Surface mounting holes

D4

D5

Jumper setup

 

JP4

JP3

 

 

JP2

JP1

 

YES

1

1

YES

GEN

1

1

CONT

2

2

2

2

NO

NO

GEN/SIL

TEMP

3

3

3

3

 

 

 

 

Jumper layout as seen on the circuit board

JP1 and JP2: NAC output type

Description: Controls the output of the NAC.

Default: Genesis (with horn silence), with no jumper installed.

Options (choose one)

Continuous

1

1

Genesis

2

2

Temporal

Genesis (with horn silence)

3

3

 

 

Continuous: For strobes and notification appliances that selfgenerate a temporal pattern or where temporal pattern is not required.

Temporal: Universal 3-3-3 pattern required for evacuation signals by NFPA 72. Used when notification appliances are not capable of self-generating a temporal pattern.

Genesis: Used with Genesis and Enhanced Integrity horns and strobes. Genesis and Enhanced Integrity appliances maintain

strobe synchronization per UL 1971. Both horns and strobes will silence when alarm silence is activated.

Genesis (with horn silence): Used with Genesis and Enhanced Integrity horns and strobes. Genesis and Enhanced Integrity appliances maintain synchronization per UL 1971. For Genesis devices, this allows connected horns to be silenced while strobes on the same 2-wire circuit continue to flash until the panel is reset. For Enhanced Integrity devices, both horns and strobes will remain activated until the panel is reset.

JP3: Aux power reset

Description: Causes a temporary interruption of aux power when Reset is pressed. This is so that four-wire smoke detectors can be reset. If this is not set, pressing Reset has no effect on the aux power output.

Default: No aux reset, with no jumper installed.

Options

1Yes (aux reset)

2

3No (no aux reset)

Aux reset: Resettable 24 Vdc on AUX PWR terminals.

No aux reset: Continuous 24 Vdc on AUX PWR terminals.

JP4: IDC type

Description: Selects the type and functionality of the IDC.

Default: No alarm verification, with no jumper installed.

Options

1Yes (verify alarm)

2

3No (no alarm verification)

Verify alarm: For circuits with smoke detectors and contact devices. 2-wire smoke detector activations are verified (delayed and confirmed) before activating an alarm. 4-wire smoke detectors and contact devices are not verified and immediately considered as alarms. A circuit can not be restored until devices are restored to normal and the panel is reset. See the FireShield Single Zone ULI and ULC compatibility lists (P/N 3100592) for restrictions.

No alarm verification: For circuits with smoke detectors and contact devices. All activations are immediately considered as alarms. A circuit cannot be restored until devices are restored to normal and the panel is reset.

P/N: 3100589 REV: 1.0

04MAR03

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Wire routing

All wiring is power-limited except for AC power and battery wiring. All wiring is supervised unless noted otherwise.

Keep power-limited wiring in the shaded area and nonpower-limited wiring in the unshaded area at all times.

Wiring diagrams

The following diagrams show field wiring, AC power and battery wiring, and RTU wiring.

Field wiring

AC power and battery wiring

 

EarthGND

Neutral

Note: Make sure to

Line

reattach the AC

terminal cover when

 

 

 

 

 

 

power wiring is

 

 

 

complete.

 

 

 

EGND

Main supply circuit 120 V, 60 Hz, 0.36 A from dedicated branch supply

 

24 Vac

 

 

IN

 

 

Red

Black

Rechargeable battery circuit

12 Vdc

12 Vdc

Voltage: 24 Vdc

Amp-hour capacity: 4.5 Ah max.

Battery

Battery

sealed lead acid batteries only

 

 

RTU wiring

 

 

NOTIFICATION APPLIANCE CIRCUITS [2] [3] [4] [8]

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Class B (Style Y)

 

 

 

 

 

 

Operating voltage: 24 Vfwr

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Operating current: 1.0 A

 

 

 

 

Circuit impedance: 13 Ω , 50.0µ F, max

 

 

 

 

EOLR: 4.7 kΩ

, 1/2 W (P/N EOL4.7)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

EOLR

 

EOLR

INITIATING DEVICE CIRCUITS [2] [3] [6] [8]

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Class B (Style B)

 

+

 

Operating voltage: 16.7 to 26.4 Vdc

+

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Operating current: 3.0 mA

 

 

 

 

Circuit impedance: 13 Ω , 50.0µ F, max

 

 

 

 

 

EOLR: 4.7 kΩ

, 1/2 W (P/N EOL4.7)

+

+

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

AUX PWR +

AUX PWR –

IDC+

IDC–

NAC–

NAC+

Common alarm relay

1 A @ 30 Vdc, resistive Nonsupervised [7][9]

Common trouble relay

1 A @ 30 Vdc, resistive Nonsupervised [7][9]

AUX PWR output

24 Vdc, nominal @ 0.1 A

 

 

 

 

 

[9]

TB1

+ NC NO +

RTU

Jumper wire

NO

NC

 

NO

NC

 

+ –

 

 

 

 

ALARM

 

TROUBLE

 

AUX PWR

 

Notes

The following notes match the wiring label notes inside the panel, and are not numbered sequentially.

[2]Class B wiring only

[3]Listed EOLRs must be installed as shown for proper supervision

[4]Marking indicates output signal polarity when the circuit is active. Polarity reverses when the circuit is not active. Wire notification appliances accordingly. Notification appliance polarity shown in active state.

[6]When the IDC is programmed for alarm verification, both automatic and manually activated alarm initiating devices can be connected simultaneously. Manually initiated devices will not be verified (delayed).

 

[7] Relay circuits can only be connected to power-limited sources

 

[8] Installation limits under jurisdiction of local authority

 

[9] Contacts shown in normal condition

 

Installation Sheet

04MAR03

P/N: 3100589 REV: 1.0

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