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Table Of Contents

1. Introduction
1.1 About the Handbook
1.2 The Reader
1.3 Reference Documentation
1.4 Components
2. The Operator Panel - Overview
2.1 Introduction
2.2 Indication Devices
2.2.1 Upper Section
2.2.2 The Operator Section (lower)
2.3 The Menu Display
2.4 Operating Buttons
2.4.1 Overview
2.4.2 Front Push Buttons
2.4.3 Alphanumeric Keyboard
2.4.4 Utility Buttons
2.5 Internal Buzzer
3. Operation Mode
3.1 Introduction
3.2 Conditions in Operation Mode
3.3 Alarm Levels
3.4 Access Levels
3.5 How Events are Presented in the Display
3.6 How to View Points In Alarm
3.7 How to View Detailed Zonal Information
3.8 Action Digits in Operation Mode
3.9 Resounding the Internal Buzzer
3.10 Resounding Fire Alarm Devices
3.11 Resetting the System
3.12 Alarm Disablement (AlarmDisable)
3.13 Suppressed Information
3.14 Disablement Sources
3.14.1 Overview
3.14.2 Point Disablements
3.14.3 Other Unit Disablements
3.15 Alarm Handling - A Typical Situation
3.16 Different Types of Detection Zones
3.16.1 Introduction
3.16.2 Immediate Action Detection Zones
3.16.3 Coincidence Action Detection Zones
3.16.4 Delayed Action Detection Zones
3.16.5 Delayed Coincidence Detection Zones
3.16.6 Solas Detection Zones
4. About «In the Event of….»
5. In the Event of a Fire Alarm
5.1 Indications in the Event of a Fire Alarm
5.2 Actions to be Taken in the Event of a Fire Alarm
6. In the Event of a Fire Alarm - with Alarm Delay
6.1 Indications - Fire Alarm with Alarm Delay
6.2 Actions to be Taken - Fire Alarm with Alarm Delay
7. In the Event of a Fire Warning
7.1 Indications in the Event of a Fire Warning
7.2 Actions to be Taken in the Event of a Fire Warning
8. In the Event of Faults
8.1 Indications in the Event of Faults
8.2 Actions to be Taken in the Event of Faults
9. Menu Mode
9.1 How to Enter Menu Mode
9.2 The Menu Mode Display
9.3 Buttons Used to Operate the Menu
9.4 Action Digits in Menu Mode
9.4.1 Introduction
9.4.2 Action Digits Table
9.5 How to Operate in Menu Mode
9.6 Example - How to Disable Detection Zones
9.6.1 Using the Keyboard to Enter Text into the Input Field
9.6.2 Using the Up/Down Arrows in the Selection Field
10. Show Status
10.1 Introduction
10.2 Show Status Menu
10.3 Show Status - Fire Alarms
10.4 Show Status - Prealarms
10.5 Show Status - Faults
10.6 Show Status - Disablements
10.7 Show Status - Detection Zones in Test
10.8 Show Status – Activated Outputs
11. Disabling
11.1 General
11.2 Disable Menu
11.3 Indications on the Operator Panel
11.4 Disabling Activated / Deactivated Components
11.5 Disabling Detection Zones
11.6 Disabling Points
11.7 Disabling Fire Alarm Devices
11.8 Disabling Fire Alarm Routing Equipment
11.9 Disabling Fire Protection Equipment Outputs
11.10 Disabling Fault Warning Routing Equipment
11.11 Disabling Immediate Output Actioning
11.12 How to Execute Commands from the Disable Menu
12.1 General
12.2 Enable Menu
12.3 Enabling Activated / Deactivated Components
12.4 Enabling Detection Zones
12.5 Enabling Points
12.6 Enabling Fire Alarm Devices
12.7 Enabling Fire Alarm Routing Equipment
12.8 Enabling Fire Protection Equipment Outputs
12.9 Enabling Fault Warning Routing Equipment
12.10 Enabling Immediate Output Actioning
12.11 How to Execute Commands from the Enable Menu
13. System Menu
13.1 Introduction
13.2 System Menu
13.3 How to Set / Change Date and Time
13.4 How to View Current Program Version
13.5 How to Enter Access Level 3 / Set Password
13.5.1 Introduction
13.5.2 Enter Access Level 3
13.5.3 Leave Access Level 3
13.5.4 Set (or Change) Password
13.6 How to Turn Printer On / Off and Feed Paper
13.7 How to Change Language
13.8 How to Initialize the Fire Alarm System
13.9 Day / Night Timers
14. Service Commands
14.1 Introduction
14.2 Service Menu
14.3 Clear Topology
14.4 Testing
14.4.1 Test Menu
14.4.2 Indications on the Operator Panel
14.4.3 SelfVerify Point
14.4.4 Entering Test Mode
14.4.5 Leaving Test Mode
14.4.6 Manual Test ON
14.4.7 Manual Test ON- Fire Alarm Devices (FAD)
14.4.8 Manual Test ON - Fire Protection Equipment (FPE)
14.4.9 Manual Test OFF
14.4.10 Manual Test OFF- Fire Alarm Devices (FAD)
14.6.1 Example Applicable for Logging Events 1 to 6
14.6.2 Logging All Events
14.6.3 The Log Setup Menu
14.7 How to Disable Loops
14.8 How to Enable Loops
15. Output Control Menu
15.1 Introduction
15.2 Output Control Menu
15.3 Outputs
15.3.1 Door Control Unit
15.3.2 Low Location Light Unit
15.3.3 Standard Control Unit
15.4 How to Activate a Unit
15.5 How to Deactivate a Unit
15.6 How to Activate All Units
15.7 How to Deactivate All Units
15.8 How to turn Automatic Control ON
15.9 How to turn Automatic Control OFF
16.2.2 Detection Zone
16.2.3 Alarm Zone
16.2.4 Operation Zone
16.2.5 Configuration Example
16.3 Action Digits Table - Operation Mode
16.4 Menu Structure
17. Index
18. Figure List
19. Reader’s Comments
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