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Applicability of production version, software version
and execution variants
The following documentation is applicable to ADW 511A starting with the following production version,
software version and execution variants:
Production version from 300611 with SW version 03.01.02 (the SW-Version is evident on the
EPROM in the ADW 511A)
Execution variant ADW 511A Standard version
Execution variant ADW 511A-1 with SCI 82 (SecuriLine addressable loop)
Execution variant ADW 511A-2 with BX-OI3 (SecuriLine / Integral addressable loop)
Execution variant ADW 511A Rail Standard version with Rail approval


Contents Page

Document History T 139 420 E ................................................................. 5
1 General ................................................................................................. 7
1.1 Purpose .......................................................................................................................... 7
1.2 Danger symbols ............................................................................................................ 7
1.3 Potential applications ................................................................................................... 8
1.4 Abbreviations, symbols and terms used ..................................................................... 8
1.5 Product identification ................................................................................................... 9
1.6 Hardware / Software .................................................................................................... 10
2 Function .............................................................................................. 11
2.1 General operating principle ........................................................................................ 11
2.2 Pneumatic operating principle ................................................................................... 11
2.3 Electric operating principle ........................................................................................ 11
2.3.1 Power supply ......................................................................................................................... 11
2.3.2 Computer ............................................................................................................................... 11
2.3.3 Watchdog ............................................................................................................................... 12
2.3.4 Programming / Operation ..................................................................................................... 12
2.3.5 Outputs / Inputs / Interface ................................................................................................... 12
2.3.6 Displays .................................................................................................................................. 13
2.3.7 Differential response behaviour .......................................................................................... 13
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2.3.8 Maximum response behaviour ............................................................................................. 13
2.3.9 Debugging procedure ........................................................................................................... 13
2.3.10 Alarm types ............................................................................................................................ 14
2.3.10.1 Differential alarm .............................................................................................................................. 14
2.3.10.2 Maximum alarm ................................................................................................................................ 14
2.3.10.3 Differential / Maximum pre-alarm ..................................................................................................... 14
2.3.10.4 Temperature sensor alarm ............................................................................................................... 14
2.3.11 Types of fault ......................................................................................................................... 15
2.3.11.1 Fault: Leak ....................................................................................................................................... 15
2.3.11.2 Fault: Constriction ............................................................................................................................ 15
2.3.11.3 Fault: Pneumatic .............................................................................................................................. 15
2.3.11.4 Fault: Program selector .................................................................................................................... 15
2.3.11.5 Fault: Watchdog reset (Fatal Error) ................................................................................................. 15
2.3.12 Event memory ........................................................................................................................ 16
2.3.13 Types of reset ........................................................................................................................ 16
2.3.13.1 Hardware reset (Rckstellung) ......................................................................................................... 16
2.3.13.2 Initial reset ........................................................................................................................................ 17
2.3.13.3 Watchdog reset ................................................................................................................................ 17
3 Design ................................................................................................ 18
3.1 Mechanical ................................................................................................................... 18
3.2 Electrical ...................................................................................................................... 19
3.3 Hardware / Software ................................................................................................... 20
3.4 List of materials / Components .................................................................................. 21
3.5 Packaging .................................................................................................................... 21
4 Planning ............................................................................................. 22
4.1 General aspects of planning ...................................................................................... 22
4.1.1 Standards, regulations, guidelines, approvals ................................................................... 22
4.2 Application ................................................................................................................... 22
4.3 Field of use .................................................................................................................. 22
4.4 Area monitor ................................................................................................................ 23
4.4.1 Tunnels ................................................................................................................................... 23
4.4.2 Indoor car parks, vehicle decks on ships ........................................................................... 23
4.4.3 Others ..................................................................................................................................... 24
4.5 Settings ........................................................................................................................ 24
4.6 Electrical installation .................................................................................................. 27
4.6.1 Requirements for the installation cables ............................................................................ 27
4.6.2 Determination of the line cross-section .............................................................................. 28
4.7 Restrictions ................................................................................................................. 30
4.8 Environmental influences ........................................................................................... 30
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5 Mounting ............................................................................................ 32
5.1 Installation guidelines ................................................................................................. 32
5.2 Dimensioned drawing / Drilling plan ......................................................................... 32
5.3 Methods of installation ............................................................................................... 32
5.3.1 Evaluation unit ....................................................................................................................... 33
5.3.2 Sensor tube ............................................................................................................................ 33
5.3.2.1 Sensor tube ascent and mounting ....................................................................................................34
5.3.2.2 Debugging of the sensor tube ..........................................................................................................36
6 Installation .......................................................................................... 37
6.1 Regulations .................................................................................................................. 37
6.2 Cable entry ................................................................................................................... 37
6.3 Electrical connection .................................................................................................. 37
6.3.1 Terminal allocation ................................................................................................................ 37
6.4 Connection variants .................................................................................................... 38
6.4.1 Power supply ......................................................................................................................... 38
6.4.2 Reset input ............................................................................................................................. 38
6.4.3 Control .................................................................................................................................... 39
6.4.3.1 Control via auxiliary relay ..................................................................................................................39
6.4.3.2 Control via the Reset external input ...............................................................................................40
6.4.4 Wiring the FACP line ............................................................................................................. 40
6.4.4.1 Wiring for zone detection ..................................................................................................................40
6.4.4.2 Wiring for single detection or addressable loop ...............................................................................41
6.4.4.3 Wiring for SecuriPro via MDI 82 .......................................................................................................41
6.4.4.4 Wiring the ADW 511A-1 for SecuriLine (via SCI 82) ........................................................................42
6.4.4.4.1 Subsequent installation of the SCI 82 in an ADW 511A ................................................................43
6.4.4.5 Wiring the ADW 511A-2 for SecuriLine / Integral addressable loop (via BX-OI3) ............................44
6.4.5 Open collector outputs ......................................................................................................... 45
7 Commissioning .................................................................................. 46
7.1 General ......................................................................................................................... 46
7.2 Programming ............................................................................................................... 46
7.3 Software ....................................................................................................................... 47
7.4 Start-up ........................................................................................................................ 47
7.5 Measurements ............................................................................................................. 49
7.6 Testing, checking and monitoring ............................................................................. 49
7.6.1 Trigger spiral for checking the system ............................................................................... 50
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8 Operation ........................................................................................... 51
8.1 Controls and indicators .............................................................................................. 51
8.2 Test functions .............................................................................................................. 51
8.3 Basic settings for normal operation .......................................................................... 52
8.4 Resetting ...................................................................................................................... 52
8.5 Displays ....................................................................................................................... 53
9 Service and maintenance .................................................................. 54
9.1 General ......................................................................................................................... 54
9.2 Cleaning ....................................................................................................................... 54
9.3 Function tests .............................................................................................................. 54
9.4 Disposal ....................................................................................................................... 54
10 Faults .................................................................................................. 55
10.1 General ......................................................................................................................... 55
10.2 Rights under the guarantee ........................................................................................ 55
10.3 Troubleshooting and rectification ............................................................................. 55
10.3.1 Fault conditions ..................................................................................................................... 55
10.3.1.1 Fault without indication ..................................................................................................................... 55
10.3.1.2 Fault: General .................................................................................................................................. 55
10.3.1.3 Fault: Leak ....................................................................................................................................... 56
10.3.1.4 Fault: Constriction ............................................................................................................................ 56
10.3.1.5 Fault: Incorrect commissioning ........................................................................................................ 56
10.3.2 Alarm statuses ....................................................................................................................... 56
10.3.2.1 Alarm without indication ................................................................................................................... 56
10.3.2.2 Alarm diff .......................................................................................................................................... 56
10.3.2.3 Alarm max ........................................................................................................................................ 56
10.4 Measuring and test points .......................................................................................... 57
11 Options ............................................................................................... 58
11.1 Sensor tube ................................................................................................................. 58
11.2 Use in explosion zones ............................................................................................... 58
12 Article numbers and spare parts ...................................................... 59
13 Technical data ADW 511A ................................................................. 60
14 Further documents ............................................................................ 61
15 List of figures ..................................................................................... 61

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Document History T 139 420 E
First issue Date 10.09.04

Index a Date 29.04.05
The most important changes compared with the first issue:
Section New (n) / changed (c) / deleted (d) What / Reason
c Validity reference New execution variants
ADW 511A-2
and ADW 511A Rail
1.1 n/c Addition ADW 511A-2 and
ADW 511A Rail
new device variants
3.1 / Fig. 3 n/c Addition ADW 511A-2 and
ADW 511A Rail
new device variants
3.2 n/c Addition ADW 511A-2 new device variant
3.4 n/c Addition ADW 511A-2 and
ADW 511A Rail
new device variants
4.1.1 / 4.8 n/c Addition approval ADW 511A Rail new device variant
4.2 n/c New application ADW 511A Rail new device variant
6.4.1 / Fig. 19
6.4.5 / Fig. 31
c In Fig. designation ADW 511A-1 de-
leted
only general type designation
6.4.4.5 n New Section for ADW 511A-2 Interconnecting example
12 n Article number supplements for
ADW 511A-2 and ADW 511A Rail
new device variants
13 c Title designation ADW 511A-1 de-
leted
only general type designation


Index b Date 02.06.05
The most important changes compared with the previous issue:
Section New (n) / changed (c) / deleted (d) What / Reason
6.4.4.5 / Fig. 29 c Reset-input and fault contact wiring
corrected
Wiring fault


Index c Date 01.12.06
The most important changes compared with the previous issue:
Section New (n) / changed (c) / deleted (d) What / Reason
Diverse c Text correction: detector box to
evaluation unit; electronic circuit
board to printed circuit board;
TRANSAFE
Terminology
3.4 / 6.2
div. Fig.
c Cable screw union M 20 instead of
PG 13,5; number from 2 to 3 in-
creases
Conversion to metric
4.6.2/ Fig. 12 c Text correction in Fig. 12 24 V-DC-
operation instead of 12 V-DC op-
eration
Text correction
6.4.3.2 / Fig. 22 c Correction terminal designation input
Reset external 19/20 to 5/6
Text correction
8.2 c Correction position B: Fault instead
of Al-Diff, Al-Max
Text correction

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Index d Date 01.08.08
The most important changes compared with the previous issue:
Section New (n) / changed (c) / deleted (d) What / Reason
1.4 n New abbreviations for stainless steel
and Teflon added
Approval expansion
1.5 c Picture of rating plate replaced Update
3.4 / 3.5 n VA and Teflon sensor tubing added
to SENSTUBE list of materials
Approval expansion
4.1.1 c Notice of limited approval A1/A2 for
Teflon sensor tube
Approval expansion
4.4.3 n Notice of limited use of Teflon sen-
sor tube at high ambient tempera-
tures
Approval expansion
4.5 / 8.3 c Sensor tube column added to table Approval expansion
4.5 / Fig. 10 c Class designation corrected, C & E
(wrong) D & E
Spelling mistake, correction
4.7 n Notice of minimal sensor tube
lengths subjected to heat
Correction
11.1 n Application areas of the sensor tube
materials
Approval expansion
12 n VA and Teflon sensor tube materials
added to list of articles
Approval expansion
13 c VA and Teflon sensor tubes (dimen-
sions and response range) added to
technical data
Approval expansion

Index e Date 01.12.10
The most important changes compared with the previous issue:
Section New (n) / changed (c) / deleted (d) What / Reason
General c Removed from SecuriPro / Se-
curiLine
Correction
1.1 / 3.1 / Fig. 3 /
3.2 / 3.4 / 6.4.4.5 /
Fig. 29 / Fig. 30 /
12
c Module BA-OI3 replaced by BX-OI3 Update, new module
1.1 / 3.1 / 6.4.4.5 /
Fig. 29
c Addition with SecuriFire Expansion, new FAS system

Index f Date 30.06.11
The most important changes compared with the previous issue:
Section New (n) / changed (c) / deleted (d) What / Reason
Cover sheet c Notice about valid software and pro-
duction version
Change
2.3.5 / 2.3.13.1
6.4.2 / 6.4.3.1
6.4.3.2 / 6.4.4.1
6.4.4.4
6.4.4.5 / 8.4
c Notice about reset delay time after
event
Correction
2.3.12 c Event memory correction, only just
event information
Correction
7.2 / 7.3 n Check position 8/9 after SW update Expansion
7.6.1 c Rotary switch position 2 or 3 (re-
place 2 4)
Correction
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1 General
1.1 Purpose
The ADW 511A is a line type heat detector with rate-of-rise and/or maximum temperature response be-
haviour. Because of its self-test and the periodic automatic debugging, the ADW 511A is particularly
suitable for use in applications where the prevailing circumstances make it impossible or difficult to carry
out the legally prescribed function and service tests.
The ADW 511A is available in the following versions:
ADW 511A, the standard version for lock-on by means of alarm/end-of-line resistor, or alarm trans-
mitter on collective and single detection lines.
ADW 511A-1, version with integrated pre-wired SCI 82 module for direct connection to the SecuriLine
addressable loop of SecuriPro FAS (additional installation by means of installation set possible).
ADW 511A-2, version with integrated pre-wired BX-OI3-module for direct connection to the Se-
curiLine / Integral addressable loop (additional installation not
ADW 511A Rail, standard version with Rail approval.
possible).

All information essential for satisfactory operation is contained in this Technical Documentation. It is clear
that country- or company-specific circumstances and special applications can be discussed only where
they are of general interest.


1.2 Danger symbols
If the product is used by properly trained and instructed persons in accordance with Technical Documen-
tation T 139 420 E and the notes on danger and safety and the general information in this Technical
Documentation are observed, there is usually no danger for people and property, provided that the sys-
tem is used properly. National and country-specific laws, regulations and guidelines must always be
noted and complied with.

The danger and safety symbols, the content of the danger and safety notes and general information in
this document appear below:

Danger information
If the danger information is not observed, the product and possibly other system parts may
constitute a danger to persons and/or property and may be damaged or may lead to mal-
functions so that there is a possible danger for persons and property.
Description of possible dangers
Measures and precautions
How dangers can be avoided
Any further safety-relevant information


Safety information
Failure to observe the safety information may result in damage to the product.
Description of possible damage
Measures and precautions
How the dangers can be avoided
Any further safety-relevant information


Information
If the information is not observed, the product may cause a malfunction.
Description of expected malfunctions
Measures and precautions
Any further safety-relevant information
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1.3 Potential applications
Thanks to the particularly good characteristics under extreme ambient conditions, the ADW 511A is used
wherever there are likely to be operational problems owing to latent disturbance variables and therefore
optimal protection can no longer be ensured with conventional point detectors. These are, for example:
Road tunnels, railway tunnels and subway tunnels
Paint spraying and coating lines, explosion zones, chemical industry, etc.
Loading ramps, tank farms, underground mining
Indoor car parks, vehicle decks on ships
The response behaviour of the ADW 511A is designed on the basis of EN 54 Part 5, class A1 to G.

With the use of alarm transmitters, line monitors, etc. specific to the control panel, the ADW 511A can be
connected practically without limit to all conventional fire alarm systems via its potential-free change-over
contacts.


1.4 Abbreviations, symbols and terms used
The following abbreviations, symbols and terms are used in the Technical Documentation T 139 420 E:
ADP 51A = Printed circuit board
ADW = Line type heat detector
CE = Communaut Europenne or (=EC and EG)
Cu = Copper
DIN = Deutsche Industrie Norm (German Industrial Standard)
EEC = European Economic Community
EEPROM = Memory module for system data and event memory
EMC = Electromagnetic compatibility
EN 54 = European standards for fire alarm systems (D =DIN, CH =SN, A =-Norm)
EPROM = Memory module for operating software
Ex zone = Zone with an explosion risk
FACP = Fire alarm control panel
FAS = Fire alarm system
Fatal Error = SW fault (watchdog circuit)
fm / sm = Flush-mounted/surface-mounted
HW = Hardware
IEC = International Electro technical Commission
Initial reset = First start-up during commissioning
J umper = Short-circuit connector
LED = Light emitting diode (display)
Manufacturer = SECURITON
mbar = Unit of pressure
PA = Polyamide
PC = Personal Computer (Laptop)
PTFE = Teflon
SENSTUBE = Sensor tube network
Serto- = Screw union for sensor tube (end or connection)
Support = Debugging device
SW = Software
Te. = Terminal
VA = Stainless steel
V-DC = Direct current voltage in volt
VdS = Verband der Schadenversicherer (D)
VKF = Vereinigung Kantonaler Feuerversicherungen (CH) (Swiss fire insurance associa-
tion)
Watchdog = Monitoring of the computer
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1.5 Product identification
The ADW 511A and its modules and SW are provided with a rating plate or designation plate for identifi-
cation.
The following product identifications are applicable:

Rating plate on the ADW 511A and identification on the packaging
Typ:
Hekatron:
Securiton:
Date:
U:
Datasheet:
ADW 511A
EN54-5, Class: P
Gxxxxxx
wwwwwww.wwww.xxyyzz
www.wwwwww
xx.yy.zz
10.5- 30V
T139419
Manufacturer
Type designation
Operating voltage
Production version (day/month/year)
Response class
Date of production
Article number (SECURITON)
Article number (HEKATRON)
Approvals, test symbols
Document number (data sheet)
Approval number


Designation on printed circuit board
ADW 511A
XXXXXXX . ttmmjj
XXXXXXXX XXXX
mmjj
Manufacturer
Type designation
Date of production (month/year)
Production version (day/month/year)
Article number


Designation on debugging device
Number of production series
with date of production
Typ: Trger ADW 511
Art.Nr.: 334.605301
Los-Nr.: XXXXXmmjj
Prfdruck: XXX
Test pressure in mbar
Type designation
Article number
Month / Year


Designation of the SW on EPROM
Check summary
Version number of software
ADW 511A V.03.XX.YY
CS : XXYY
166XXXX.ttmmjj mmjj
XXXXXXXX XXXX
Manufacturer
Type designation
Date of production (month/year)
Production version (day/month/year)
Article number



Information
The inscription plates, type designations and/or designations on devices and printed circuit
boards must not be removed, written over or otherwise rendered illegible.

Many products, such as accessories or assembly material, are provided only with a sticker bearing the
article number. These parts are identified by the manufacturer by means of an article number.
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1.6 Hardware / Software
The hardware comprises the complete evaluation unit ADW 511A and all modules belonging to ADW,
such as SENSTUBE (sensor tube network) and assembly material.
The ADW 511A contains a socket-connected EPROM with the operating software. For any subsequent
versions of the operating SW, a new, programmed EPROM can be obtained from the manufacturer and
replaced in the ADW 511A. An EEPROM is present for storing or saving any system-specific parameters
and various event measurements.
The manufacturer of ADW 511A has software for configuring system-specific set-ups by PC. The PC
software may only be used by the manufacturer or by persons instructed by the manufacturer. The PC
software does not form part of the delivery of the ADW 511A. This SW will be released only to instructed
and licensed persons in consultation with the manufacturer of the ADW 511A. The description of the PC
software does not form part of this documentation.
Both the HW and the SW must be compatible with one another. The SW version valid for the ADW 511A
is documented in the system-specific documentation.
Also see sections 3.3 and 7.3

Danger information
The ADW 511A may be operated only with the suitable original operating software from the
manufacturer. If the ADW is configured via PC, only the original programming software from
the manufacturer must be used.
Any unauthorized intervention in the software or the use of software other than the original
software may lead to malfunction and/or may damage the equipment. Furthermore, all guar-
antee and liability rights with respect to the manufacturer of the ADW 511A will be lost as a
result.

Copyright by SECURITON
All ADW 511A software is subject to the manufacturers copyright. Any unauthorized intervention in
the software, any misuse, copying of or unauthorized trade in the software constitutes an infringement
of the copyright and will be the subject of legal proceedings.


Information
A change of version or extension of the ADW 511A software does not imply a right to an up-
date or release for existing ADW 511A systems.

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2 Function
2.1 General operating principle
The mode of operation of the ADW 511A is based on the expansion of the volume of a gas as a result of
heating in a pneumatically tight system and on the associated pressure increase. If the pressure in the
SENSTUBE (sensor tube network) increases to the values defined by the ADW 511A software (time
condition / pressure limit in mbar), the system triggers an alarm.


2.2 Pneumatic operating principle
The pneumatically tight system is formed by the sensor tube, which is mounted locally in the area to be
monitored and is sealed at its end with an end screw cap. The sensor tube is connected to evaluation
unit ADW 511A, in which the pneumatic line is connected to a fully electronic pressure sensor and to the
mechanical debugging device (support). Normal ambient air is present in the total pneumatic volume.
The mechanical debugging device consists of a gear motor with a pressure pump.

Sensor tube
(length 20 to 130 m,
or corresponding air volume)
Pressure sensor
Debugging device with:
- Pressure pump
- Gear motor
Housing
Printed circuit board
ADW 511A
Reference

Fig. 1 Mechanical / pneumatic operating principle

2.3 Electric operating principle
2.3.1 Power supply
The power supply (input voltage 10.5 to 30 V-DC) is via a fuse on a switching controller. The latter pro-
vides an internal switching voltage (8 V-DC) for sensor circuit and gear motor. The internal switching
voltage (V-CC, 5 V-DC) for processor, memory modules, driver modules, relays and displays is gener-
ated from the switching controller by means of a longitudinal controller.

2.3.2 Computer
The entire program and switching sequence is controlled by a micro controller. An EPROM is available
for storing the operating SW, and an EEPROM for storing the system-specific parameters and event
measurements.
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2.3.3 Watchdog
A watchdog circuit is installed for monitoring the computer circuit. In the event of an incorrect program
sequence, the circuit responds and causes a watchdog reset. As a result of the watchdog reset, the
ADW 511A is reinitialised and a watchdog reset counter is set. If a watchdog reset occurs frequently, a
fault is triggered.


2.3.4 Programming / Operation
The ADW 511A is equipped with a 16-digit rotary switch (program selector) for operation. By means of
the program selector, it is possible to call up the permanently programmed basic settings (positions 1 to
7) or various test functions for commissioning and service (positions A to 0). The positions 8 and
9 are likewise provided with predefined basic settings. However, in contrast to the positions 1 to 7,
they can be freely configured subsequently, i.e. they serve as an access path of system-specific pro-
grams via PC (see information).
A jumper (jumper Reset) is used for triggering a hardware reset.

Information
Important: If, after system-specific reprogramming of position 8 or 9, the firmware basic
setting is to be restored, this can be done only via a PC.
During normal operation, one of the above-mentioned basic settings 1 to 7 (to 9) must
be set. If the program selector is in a test function position, the set test function will be trig-
gered on switching on or after a reset. Fire control installations, alarm transmission
The test function positions A to 0 are positions prohibited for normal operation and trigger a fault
approx. 13 min after completion of the set test function.


2.3.5 Outputs / Inputs / Interface
The ADW 511A has three relays with potential-free changeover contacts with the following allocation:
Relay
Function, event
Permanent allocation Programmable via PC
Alarm Differential alarm
Maximum alarm
None
Fault Fault Leak
Fault Constriction
Fault General
Incorrect commissioning
None
Reserve None All events
Pre alarm preferred
The External reset input is designed as a potential-free input (optocoupler). It can be actuated on both
the plus and the minus side. The input operates in the range from 10 to 30 V-DC. On application of a
continuous signal, the ADW 511A is switched to the active state (general fault after approx. 20 s).

Danger information
Before a reset of the ADW 511A, it is imperative that there is a delay time of at least 2 s
The ADW has a serial interface RS 232 for connection of a PC (logging, configuration).

between any previously occurring event in the ADW and the reset of the ADW.
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2.3.6 Displays
The events are displayed by means of three LEDs. Depending on the function, the LEDs light up indi-
vidually or in combination or flash in different patterns (also see section 8.5).


2.3.7 Differential response behaviour
The pressure sensor continuously measures the absolute pressure in the sensor tube. The sensor sig-
nals are mathematically evaluated by the microprocessor and can thus be used for computational proc-
essing and determination of the differential response behaviour. If the pressure increases in the time de-
fined by the software (mbar/s), the ADW 511A triggers a differential alarm . Disturbance variables,
e.g. slow pressure changes or pressure surges (weather-related temperature fluctuations, high traffic
density in road tunnels), are filtered as a function of time and do not trigger an alarm. The response
sensitivity can be adjusted by means of the software.


2.3.8 Maximum response behaviour
The maximum response evaluation of the ADW 511A is designed so that the pressure value which cor-
responds to a certain maximum temperature triggers an alarm. Slow, steadily increasing pressure values
over a relatively long period which are not within the detection range of the differential evaluation (e.g. T
=40 C/h; overheating of an oven) are thus evaluated as maximum alarm when a certain limit is
reached. A temperature sensor in the evaluation unit continuously measures the current ambient tem-
perature and serves to compensate the maximum evaluation. When a temperature of approx. 70 C in-
side the evaluation unit is exceeded, this temperature sensor also triggers a temperature sensor alarm
(also see section 2.3.10.4).


2.3.9 Debugging procedure

Information
The determination of the reference value during commissioning of the ADW 511A is essen-
tial for correct functioning of the leak/constriction debugging procedure by means of an ini-
tial reset (also see section 2.3.13.2).
The debugging device is automatically actuated at regular intervals and generates an exactly defined ex-
cess pressure in the sensor tube (reference value). A testing interval of 8 hours is standard in the ADW
511A. The testing interval can, if required, be changed to 1, 2 or 4 hours to meet user requirements
(manufacturer or PC).
The particular deviation from the reference value provides the following information about the sensor
tube or the pneumatic system:
No pressure increase (below reference value)
- Sensor tube is open or not connected.
- Pressure pump is defective.
- Gear motor is defective.
Pressure increase too small (below ref. value)
- Leak in sensor tube.
Pressure increase too high (above ref. value)
- Constriction in sensor tube, instantaneous
sensor tube length no longer corresponds
to the installed tube length.
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If the required reference value is not reached in the testing procedure, the ADW 511A starts a second
testing procedure after a waiting time of 30 min. It is not until a negative result according to the above-
mentioned points is obtained after the second testing procedure that a fault is triggered on the
ADW 511A. If on the other hand the reference value is reached after the first testing procedure, the
ADW 511A switches to normal operation after it has expired.
The repetition rate of the testing procedure can be programmed for 4 x up to fault by means of a PC.
The waiting time between the individual tests then corresponds in each case to the length of the test in-
terval actually set (1, 2, 4 or 8 h). This option can be programmed for applications in extreme environ-
ments with considerable disturbance variables.
If a fire occurs during a testing procedure, the ADW 511A triggers an Differential alarm only after the
end of the procedure. However, it is essential that there is still a pressure increase in the specified range
(according to section 2.3.7).The triggering of an Maximum alarm is also ensured during the testing pro-
cedure.


2.3.10 Alarm types

Information
The ADW 511A has a standard program defined by the manufacturer. This also stipulates
the allocation of the alarm types described below to the relays and displays present in the
unit. In the event of any changes of the ADW 511A parameters by means of PC, this alloca-
tion is retained.

2.3.10.1 Differential alarm
If the measured values described in section 2.3.7 and/or 2.3.10.4 are reached, the ADW 511A triggers a
differential alarm. The Alarm relay trips (contact switches from Te. 12/11 to 12/10) and the display
lights up permanently. In addition the open collector actuates alarm output. This state remains until a
reset (see under Types of reset). The relay and LED allocation of the differential alarm event is fixed
and cannot be changed.

2.3.10.2 Maximum alarm
If the measured values described in section 2.3.8 and/or 2.3.10.4 are reached, the ADW 511A triggers a
maximum alarm. The Alarm relay trips (contact switches from Te 12/11 to 12/10) and the ALARM
MAX display lights up permanently. In addition the open collector actuates Alarm output. This state
remains until a reset (see under Types of reset). The relay and LED allocation of the maximum alarm
event is fixed and cannot be changed.

2.3.10.3 Differential / Maximum pre-alarm
The ADW 511A has a pre-alarm evaluation. This is not enabled in the standard set-up. If required, the
pre-alarm evaluation can be programmed and defined by means of a PC. The range from 10 to 90 % of
the maximum alarm and/or differential alarm value can be chosen as the pre-alarm quantity (in 10 %
steps). The differential pre-alarm and/or the maximum pre-alarm actuates the Reserve relay on the
basis of a common criterion. In addition the open collector actuates Reserve output. The respective
LED ALARM DIFF and/or ALARM MAX flashes as an optical indication.

2.3.10.4 Temperature sensor alarm
When a temperature of approx. 70 C inside the evaluation unit is exceeded, the compensation tempera-
ture sensor also triggers a temperature sensor alarm . The trigger threshold is permanently defined at
approx. 70 C and cannot be changed. The alarm differential and maximum alarm criteria are both actu-
ated together (see section 2.3.10.1 and 2.3.10.2).
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2.3.11 Types of fault

Information
The ADW 511A has a standard program defined by the manufacturer. This also stipulates
the allocation of the fault types described below to the relays and displays present in the
unit. In the event of any changes of the ADW 511A parameters by means of PC, this allo-
cation is retained.
The fault relay with fixed allocation has been energized in the quiescent state Con-
tact Te. 15/13 closed, 15/14 open (ADW 511A under voltage; no fault event pre-sent).

2.3.11.1 Fault: Leak
If the required reference value is not reached in a debugging procedure (according to section 2.3.9, De-
bugging procedure), the ADW 511A triggers a fault: leak. The Fault relay trips (contact switches from
Te. 15/13 to 15/14) and the FAULT display flashes in the ratio 1:1. In addition the open collector actu-
ates fault output. This state remains until a reset (see under Types of reset). The relay and LED al-
location of the leak fault event is fixed and cannot be changed.

2.3.11.2 Fault: Constriction
If the required reference value is exceeded in a debugging procedure (according to section 2.3.9, De-
bugging procedure), the ADW 511A triggers a fault: constriction. The Fault relay trips (contact
switches from Te. 15/13 to 15/14) and the FAULT display flashes in the ratio 3:1. In addition the open
collector actuates fault output. This state remains until a reset (see under Types of reset). The relay
and LED allocation of the constriction fault event is fixed and cannot be changed.

2.3.11.3 Fault: Pneumatic
If the required reference value is not reached in a debugging procedure (according to section 2.3.9, De-
bugging procedure), the ADW 511A triggers a fault: general (Fault: Pneumatic). The Fault relay trips
(contact switches from Te. 15/13 to 15/14) and the FAULT display lights up permanently. In addition
the open collector actuates fault output. This state remains until a reset (see under Types of reset).
The relay and LED allocation of the general fault event is fixed and cannot be changed.

2.3.11.4 Fault: Program selector
If, according to section 2.3.4, the program selector is in a position impermissible for normal operation,
the ADW 511A triggers an incorrect commissioning fault (program selector fault). The Fault relay
triggers (contact switches from Te. 15/13 to 15/14) and the displays ALARM DIFF , ALARM MAX
and FAULT flash in the ratio 3:1. In addition the open collector actuates fault output. This state re-
mains until a reset (see under Types of reset). The relay and LED allocation of the incorrect commis-
sioning fault is fixed and cannot be changed.

2.3.11.5 Fault: Watchdog reset (Fatal Error)
When the watchdog reset counter according to section 2.3.3 reaches its final reading, the ADW 511A
triggers a general fault (fatal error). The Fault relay trips (contact switches from Te. 15/13 to 15/14)
and the FAULT display lights up permanently. In addition the open collector actuates fault output.
This state remains until a reset (see under Types of reset). The relay and LED allocation of the general
fault event is fixed and cannot be changed.
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2.3.12 Event memory
As soon as an event (pre-alarm, alarm or fault) is triggered, the associated event type and the system
state (Pre-alarm, Alarm Diff., Alarm Max., Fault, general settings, etc.) are saved to the EEPROM in the
event memory. The event memory has six memory locations which are occupied in succession depend-
ing on the time of occurrence of the event. If a seventh event occurs, the event which first occurred is
discarded. The event memory can be cleared only by means of an initial reset or an acknowledgement
via PC (also see section 2.3.13).
The event memory can be scanned only by means of a PC. The event memory is occupied even in the
absence of a PC.

A further possibility for recording events is via a PC. A record mode on the PC is used for recording the
pressure curve in the SENSTUBE over a relatively long period (long-term measurements).


2.3.13 Types of reset
All events triggered on the ADW 511A invariably go into self-hold. There are various possibilities for re-
setting.

2.3.13.1 Hardware reset
A hardware reset is triggered with:
a) Disconnection of the supply voltage
b) Actuation of the External reset input
c) Reset via PC
d) Short-term bridging of the Reset jumper

Information
If the program selector is in a test function position when the Reset jumper is bridged,
the test function set is triggered after the reset.
Fire control installations, alarm transmission
Data stored in the event memory are not cleared by the hardware reset.

Danger information
Before a reset of the ADW 511A, it is imperative that there is a delay time of at least 2 s


between any previously occurring event in the ADW and the reset of the ADW.
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2.3.13.2 Initial reset
An initial reset is triggered by bringing the rotary switch to the position 0 (function start after 3 s inde-
pendent). As a result of the initial reset, the basic data (e.g. connected sensor tube volume) are deter-
mined and stored in the ADW 511A. These data remain stored until a further initial reset is performed.

Information
It is essential to perform an initial reset during commissioning and after changes to the
sensor tube (length, reparations).
If the sensor tube is already connected to the evaluation unit, it must be de-aerated be-
fore the initial reset. For that purpose the sensor tubing fitting on the exterior of the
evaluation unit is opened for approx. 3 min and then firmly closed (with a fork wrench).
When carrying out an initial reset, it is necessary to be certain that there is no constriction
in the sensor tube.
The event memory is cleared by an initial reset.


2.3.13.3 Watchdog reset
A watchdog reset is automatically performed on reinitialisation after an incorrect program sequence in
the computer. If a watchdog reset occurs frequently, a Fault (fatal error) is triggered (also see section
2.3.3, Watchdog).
The operational sequence of the watchdog reset corresponds to that of the hardware reset.
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3 Design
SENSTUBE
Evaluation unit
ADW 511A
ADW 511A
Installation
material
Sensor tube
Debugging
device
Printed circuit
board
Pressure
pump
Gear
motor
EPROM
operating SW

Fig. 2 Design of ADW 511A

3.1 Mechanical
The mechanical design consists of the SENSTUBE and the evaluation unit.
The SENSTUBE contains the sensor tube and the associated installation material, such as screw un-
ions, sliding clips and hard plastic tubing. The sensor tube is connected to the Serto screw union pro-
vided for this purpose on the evaluation unit.
The evaluation unit consists of the lower housing part and housing cover. The printed circuit board
ADP 51A is fixed in the lower housing part by means of four screws. The debugging device (support) is
screwed directly onto the printed circuit board. The housing cover is equipped with four captive screws.
The cover also has three Plexiglas rods which serve as optical wave guides and thus display the LEDs
mounted on the electronic circuit board at the housing surface.
The ADW 511A is available in the following versions:
ADW 511A, the standard version for lock-on by means of alarm/end-of-line resistor, or alarm trans-
mitter on collective and single detection lines.
ADW 511A-1, version with integrated pre-wired SCI 82 for direct connection to the SecuriLine ad-
dressable loop of SecuriPro FAS (additional installation by means of installation set possible).
ADW 511A-2, version with integrated pre-wired BX-OI3-Module, for direct connection to the Se-
curiLine / Integral addressable loop (additional installation not
ADW 511A Rail, Standard version with Rail approval.
possible).

Sensor tube
connection
End screw union
Sliding clips Screw unions
Hard plastic tubing
Sensor tube
Cable entry
Plexiglas-
rods
Housing cover Lower part of housing
Debugging
device
Printed circuit
board ADP 51A
Pressure
pump
Gear
motor
Reference
closing
SENSTUBE REFERENZ
Version ADW 511A-1
with built-in SCI 82
Version ADW 511A-2
with built-in BX-OI3

Fig. 3 Mechanical design
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3.2 Electrical
The following circuit parts are mounted on the printed circuit board ADP 51A:
Power supply with fuse, switching controller, etc.
Evaluation system with micro controller and RAM, EPROM, EEPROM and driver modules, etc.
Pneumatic system with pressure sensor and gear motor
Evaluation system for temperature sensor
16-position rotary switch for basic settings and test functions
J umper for reset
J umper A / B for program selector enhancement (in progress)
3 LEDs for maximum alarm, differential alarm and fault (power)
3 relays with potential-free changeover contacts for alarm, fault and reserve
Optocoupler input for external reset
4-pin terminal block with plug able screw terminals for supply input/output
One 3-pin terminal block with plug able screw terminals per relay
2-pin terminal block with plug able screw terminals for optocoupler input external reset
3-pin terminal block with plug able screw terminals with Open-Collector outputs
9-pin D-SUB plug for serial interface RS 232
Additionally with ADW 511A-1 and ADW 511A-2:
In the ADW 511A-1 and/or ADW 511A-2 there is also a line Special Detection Connection Interface
module SCI 82 (-1), respectively BX-OI3 (-2), built in and wired (in Fig. 4 not shown).
Actuated from the contacts alarm relay, fault, and reserve of the printed circuit board ADP 51A. At-
tention: The module BX-OI3 has only two inputs. The relay contact reserve can therefore not
be used (second module externally put on necessarily).
A relay output of the SCI 82, respectively BX-OI3, actuates the reset input of the ADP 51A.

OC-
Outputs
Sensor tube
Alarm
Max
Alarm
Diff
Fault /
Mode
Alarm
Rotary
switch
Fault Reserve Reset
Input
Interface
Pneumatic system
Evaluation:
Pressure
sensor
Gear
motor
Relay
- Microcontroller
- RAM
- EPROM
- EEPROM
- Driver modules
- etc.
LED's
Power supply
ADP 51A
Reset-
J umper
J umper
A / B

Fig. 4 Design of the ADP 51A
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3.3 Hardware / Software
The hardware is considered to include a complete evaluation unit ADW 511A and all modules belonging
to the ADW, such as SENSTUBE (sensor tube network) and assembly material.
The ADW 511A contains a socket-mounted EPROM with the operating software. An EEPROM is used
for storing or saving any system-specific parameters as well as various event measurements. Both the
HW and the SW must be compatible with one another.
The SW version valid for the ADW 511A is documented in the system-specific documentation.
The manufacturer of the ADW 511A has software for configuring system-specific settings by means of a
PC. Only the manufacturer or persons instructed by the manufacturer may use the PC software. The PC
software is not part of the delivery scope of the ADW 511A. This SW shall be made available only to in-
structed and licensed persons in consultation with the manufacturer of the ADW 511A.
Also see sections 1.6 and 7.3

Danger information
The ADW 511A may only be operated with the suitable original operating software from the
manufacturer. If the ADW is configured by a PC, only the original programming software
from the manufacturer must be used.
Any unauthorized intervention in the software or the use of software other than the original
software may lead to malfunction and/or may damage the equipment. Furthermore, all guar-
antee and liability rights with respect to the manufacturer of the ADW 511A will be lost as a
result.

Copyright by SECURITON
All ADW 511A software is subject to the manufacturers copyright. Any unauthorized intervention in the
software, any misuse, copying of or unauthorized trade in the software constitutes an infringement of
the copyright and will be the subject of legal proceedings.


Information
A change of version or extension of the ADW 511A software does not imply a right to an up-
date or release for existing ADW 511A systems.

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3.4 List of materials / Components
On delivery, the ADW 511A includes the following material (also see sections 5.1 and 12):

ADW
511A
ADW
511A-1
ADW
511A-2
ADW 511A
Rail
- ADP 51A with checking device yes yes yes yes
- EPROM operating SW yes yes yes yes
- Special Detection Connection Interface SCI 82 ---- yes ---- ----
- Special Detection Connection Interface BX-OI3 ---- ---- yes ----
In all device versions an assembly set is provided with the following items:
Assembly set with: - Company plate
- 2 cable screw unions M 20
- Support sleeve for connection of hard plastic tubing
Installation material stated below is to be obtained separately from the manufacturer in the required
amounts depending on the size of the system (also see section 12):
SENSTUBE with: - Cu and VA sensor tube 5/4 mm (external / internal) also see section 11.1
- Teflon sensor tube 6/4 mm (external / internal) also see section 11.1
- Serto screw union (connection)
- Serto screw union (end)
- Sliding clip
- Hard plastic tubing (connection ADW sensor tube)
- Support tube (transition sensor tube hard plastic tubing)

Information
Only the materials supplied by the manufacturer must be used for installing the system.
Other material may only be used if written consent has been obtained from the manufac-
turer.


3.5 Packaging
The evaluation unit ADW 511A is delivered in an expedient inverted cardboard package sealed with ad-
hesive tape. This packaging can be recycled.
The assembly set and small parts in the installation material are packed in recyclable plastic bags. The
sensor tube is delivered in sections (Cu each approx. 5.5 m, VA each approx. 6 m), in wooden crates for
up to 500 m, 1000 m or 2000 m sensor tube, depending on the quantity ordered. The Teflon tubing is de-
livered in 100 m rolls. The hard plastic tubing is also delivered in the form of a roll in the length ordered.
The contents are stated on each package in accordance with section 1.5.


Safety information
Electronic components, such as spare printed circuit board and EEPROM, are delivered
additionally packed in antistatic protective packaging. These components should be re-
moved from the packaging only just before use or installation.
Only equipment with an unbroken and unopened seal (sealing adhesive tape) are con-
sidered as new. Packages should be opened only just before use.
The cardboard packaging of the evaluation unit meets the minimum requirements for
packaging and can be stacked up to 10 times its weight.
The packaging of the ADW 511A is suitable only to a limited extent for shipping by mail
or railway.
For transport in tropical zones, marine transport, etc., special packaging is available. In-
formation is available from the manufacturer of the ADW 511A.
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4 Planning
4.1 General aspects of planning
4.1.1 Standards, regulations, guidelines, approvals
Section 4 below entitled Planning is a guideline for planning the ADW 511A fire alarm system. In this
guideline, the direct application is discussed only where this is necessary for fulfilling EN 54 and for tech-
nically satisfactory operation.

Information
Planning guidelines, application examples and valid regulations and guidelines exist for
many country-, system- and application-specific uses.
These documents can be requested from the manufacturer of the ADW 511A system or
from the responsible technical bodies and authorities.


Danger information
Principally the country-specific regulations and guidelines are applicable for the use, the
planning and the application of the ADW 511A. In any case, the planning information below
is subject to the country-specific requirements.
The ADW 511A fire alarm system was tested on the basis of the requirement according to European
Standards EN 54 Parts 5, class A1 to G (with Teflon sensor tube class A1 and A2). The versions ADW
511A Rail was additionally examined according to EN 50121-3-2:2000 and EN 50155A1:2002.

4.2 Application
Thanks to the particularly good characteristics under extreme ambient conditions, the ADW 511A is used
wherever problems are likely during operation owing to latent disturbance variables, and therefore opti-
mal protection can no longer be ensured with conventional point detectors. Owing to the self-test and the
periodic automatic debugging, the ADW 511A is particularly suitable for use in applications where the le-
gally prescribed function and service checks can be carried out only with difficulty, if at all. Typical appli-
cations of the ADW 511A are:
Road tunnels, railway tunnels and subway tunnels, underground mining
Indoor car parks, vehicle decks on ships, loading ramps
Paint spray and coating lines
Explosion zones, tank farms, chemical industry
Rail-mounted vehicles (only ADW 511A Rail)
The ADW 511A can be adjusted by means of a rotary switch to the response classes stated in EN 54,
Part 5.

4.3 Field of use
In order to achieve a required system configuration, the ADW 511A can be connected via its potential-
free changeover contacts and with the use of control panel-specific alarm transmitters, line monitors, etc.
practically without limit to all conventional fire alarm systems. Which system configuration is practical and
which configuration is used will be influenced by the following factors:
Laws, regulations, guidelines
Customer requirements
System type and field of use
Building characteristics
New system, replacement of an existing system, extension
Cost/benefit ratio
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4.4 Area monitor
4.4.1 Tunnels

Information
In the portal areas of tunnels, a distance of 25 m must be maintained from the end of the
sensor tube to the entrance.

Tunnels with arched or round ceiling
2 or 3 lanes
Sensor tube always

installed in tunnel cen-
tre (lateral tolerance =0.5 m)
No
Maximum sensor tube length =130 m
lateral sensor tube installation permit-
ted


Sensor tube
Sensor tube

Fig. 5 Tunnel with arched or round ceiling
Tunnels with flat ceiling
2 or 3 lanes
Sensor tube preferably installed in tunnel
centre (lateral tolerance =0.5 m)
Lateral sensor tube installation possible,
distance a :
for 2 lanes =min. 0.5 m
for 3 lanes =min. 1 m
Maximum sensor tube length =130 m


Sensor tube Sensor tube
a

Fig. 6 Tunnel with flat ceiling
Tunnels with flat ceiling
more than 3 lanes
Min. 2 sensor tubes
Sensor tube installation at distance:
a =max. 10 m
b = a
Maximum sensor tube length =130 m

Sensor tube "A"
a
Sensor tube "B"
b b

Fig. 7 Tunnel with flat ceiling, more than 3 lanes


4.4.2 Indoor car parks, vehicle decks on ships

Information
The information below concerning the area monitored or sensor tube spacing is applicable in
accordance with the country-specific guidelines and provisions for the planning and installa-
tion of automatic fire alarm systems (e.g. VdS 2095 in Germany, VKF in Switzerland).
In indoor car parks and applications for similar use, the following principle is therefore applicable:
Maximum sensor tube length =80 m
Can be laid in a spiral
Maximum permissible distance a from sensor
tube to sensor tube =7.0 m
Maximum permissible distance from sensor
tube to wall b = a =3.5 m
Ceiling joists must be taken into account in ac-
cordance with country-specific guidelines

Sensor tube "A" a
Sensor tube "B"
b
ADW
511A
a
a
b
b
b

Fig. 8 Example of indoor car park

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4.4.3 Others
For all other applications, the areas monitored or sensor tube distances are determined in consultation
with the responsible accepting body. The permissible sensor tube length is 80 m in the standard case.
Greater lengths must be approved by the manufacturer and depend on the application. For each moni-
tored area (for multiple areas) and in object protection, a minimum sensor tube length of 7 m must be
observed (heat impingement).

Use when ambient temperature is high
For use at high ambient temperature, metal fixing clips must be used.
The evaluation unit must be mounted in an area at normal ambient temperature.
Between the ADW 511A and the high-temperature area, a hard plastic tubing feed line of
10 m is to be used.
The transition from the hard plastic tubing to the sensor tube must be outside the high-
temperature area.
The use of Teflon sensor tubing in high ambient temperature areas is not

tested in ac-
cordance with EN and may be implemented only after consulting with the manufacturer.

4.5 Settings
The ADW 511A can be set by means of rotary switches so that the triggering characteristics required in
accordance with EN 54-5:2000 are fulfilled.
Position
Nr.
EN class
Sensor tube
Sensitivity level
(A) Response threshold
(V)
Heat supply
(%)
C
u

V
A

T
e
f
l
o
n

Diff.
(mbar/min)
Max.
(mbar)
alarm
delay
(s)
1 EN 54-5, cl. A1 Normal sensitivity (middle)
18 38 4 33
2 EN 54-5, cl. A1 Highly sensitive
4 9 4 9
3 EN 54-5, cl. A2 Highly sensitive
4 11 4 9
4 EN 54-5, cl. A1 Insensitive
20 90 4 100
5 EN 54-5, cl. B and C
Normal sensitivity (middle)
15 70 4 82
6 EN 54-5, cl. D and E
Normal sensitivity (middle)
15 60 4 82
7 EN 54-5, cl. F and G
Normal sensitivity (middle)
15 50 4 82
8 Special application

Insensitive, changeable by PC
10 200 5 ~50 100
9 Special application Insensitive, changeable by PC
25 200 10 ~50 100

Safety information
!! The rotary switch positions 8 and 9 may be used only after consultation with the manufac-
turer. The stored values have not
Rotary switch positions 8 and 9:
been EN-tested. During operation in positions 8 and 9, it
must be ensured that the heat supply to the sensor tube is not restricted in the event of a fire
(e.g. by structures, room partitions, etc.)!!
The positions 8 and 9 are provided with predefined basic settings. They can be freely configured subse-
quently (system-specific programming via PC). Important: If, after system-specific reprogramming of the posi-
tion 8 or 9, the firmware basic setting is to be restored, this can only be done via PC.
Sensitivity level:
The sensitivity level highly sensitive (position 2 and 3) should be selected where, in normal operation, only
very small temperature variations are expected (no disturbance variables), e.g. closed underground car parks,
chemical industry.
The sensitivity level normal (middle) should be selected where, in normal operation, localized temperature
variations can occur, e.g. interior of road tunnels carrying little traffic, open underground car parks (position 1),
object protection with increased ambient temperature (position 5, 6 or 7).
The sensitivity level insensitive (position 4, 8 or 9) should be chosen where, in normal operation, large tem-
perature variations are expected, e.g. portal region of road tunnels, road tunnels with high level of traffic, rail-
way tunnels, object protection in heavy industry.
For further safety information, see next page
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Safety information
(continued)
Maximum response threshold:
The values of the maximum response thresholds relate to the different initial temperatures (temperature in
normal operation). To ensure correct response of the maximum alarm, it is therefore necessary to carry out the
initial reset adjustment of the ADW 511A at ambient temperatures which approximately correspond to normal
operation of the system (ambient temperature for normal operation).
Heat supply:
The applications mentioned in the preceding table result in different heat supplies to the sensor tube volume in
the event of a fire, owing to the applicable areas to be monitored (according to the national guidelines) or on
the basis of empirical values. Accordingly, the response values stated in column (A) relate to the percentage
heat supply of the total sensor tube volume, stated in column (V). If other percentages are expected depending
on the area of use or potential propagation of the heat supply generated in a fire, the setting of the response
thresholds via PC should be adapted according to Fig. 9 and Fig. 10. !! Only after consultation with the
manufacturer !!
Alarm delay:
The alarm trigger (Diff. and Max.) takes place when the alarm threshold is longer than the set alarm delay
time.

0
2
4
6
8
10
12
14
16
18
20
22
24
26
28
30
5 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100
Heating up of the sensor tube (%)
T
e
m
p
e
r
a
t
u
r
e

r
i
s
e

(

C
/
m
i
n
)
1
5
20
15
25
30
35
40
10
5
1
Gradient on the ADW (mbar/min) 20 15 25 30 35 40 10
Differential response threshold
1
4
3 2 B
7
1 = Rotary switch position B = Example of another setting
6 5

Fig. 9 Differential response threshold
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The curves of the maximum response threshold in Fig. 10 relate to the following initial or response tem-
peratures:
EN 54-5:2000, class A1 Initial temp. 25 C Response temp. 54 65 C
EN 54-5:2000, class A2 Initial temp. 25 C Response temp. 54 70 C
EN 54-5:2000, class B Initial temp. 40 C Response temp. 69 85 C
EN 54-5:2000, class C Initial temp. 55 C Response temp. 84 100 C
EN 54-5:2000, class D Initial temp. 70 C Response temp. 99 115 C
EN 54-5:2000, class E Initial temp. 85 C Response temp. 114 130 C
EN 54-5:2000, class F Initial temp. 100 C Response temp. 129 145 C
EN 54-5:2000, class G Initial temp. 115 C Response temp. 144 160 C

0
10
20
30
40
50
60
70
80
90
100
110
120
0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100
Heating up of the sensor tube (%)
M
a
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i
m
u
m

v
a
l
u
e

o
n

A
D
W

(
m
b
a
r
)
1 = Rotary switch position
2
3
4
1
5
6
7
B
B = Example of another setting
Class A2
Maximum response threshold
Class A1
Class B & C
Class D & E
Class F & G

Fig. 10 Maximum response threshold

Example of another setting
In a system-specific application, 25 % of the sensor tube volume is likely to be heated in the event of a
fire (20 m of 80 m). The ADW 511A should respond according to EN 54-5, class A1. The differential
evaluation should trigger at a temperature rise above 11 C/min. The values resulting from the graphs in
Fig. 9 and Fig. 10 for this application are:
Differential value to be set on the ADW 511A 10 mbar/min
Maximum value to be set on the ADW 511A 28 mbar
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4.6 Electrical installation
4.6.1 Requirements for the installation cables
The supply line from the FACP to evaluation unit ADW 511A is determined by the line technology or
FACP technology used. As a rule, four wires are used for the supply line (two for supply; two for line).
In principle, cables with a twisted pair should be used. In the case of 4-wire and multiwire cables, cables
with a twisted pair or twisted quad should be used.
A separate pair of wires should be used for the power supply of the ADW 511A.
The electrical installation is carried out as a rule by means of commercial installation cables. Depending
on the country of use, the responsible authorities sometimes require special fire detector cables. Inquir-
ies concerning the cable types required should therefore be addressed to the responsible country-
specific authorities from case to case.
The installation cable must have a minimum wire diameter of 0.8 mm (0.5 mm). See section 4.6.2 for an
exact determination of the maximum cable length and of the required cable cross-section.
The power supply and line may be parallel in one cable.

Danger information
For safety reasons (EN 54), individual cables should be used for the lines to and from in any
addressable loop technologies.
In addition, the manufacturers information on maximum line length, cable type, shielding,
etc. of the addressable loop technology used should be observed.
Furthermore, the country-specific guidelines and regulations are applicable for the separa-
tion of cables and the method of installation.


Danger information
Normally, the ADW 511A can be installed without shielding. Shielding of the installation is
required wherever EMC influences are to be expected. In the following environments, dis-
turbance variables are likely and accordingly the installation should be provided with shield-
ing:
In and around transmission and radio systems. In the region of high- and low-voltage
switchgear with high energy. In zones with EMC field strengths of more than 10 V/m. In ca-
ble runs and supply shafts together with high-energy cables. In areas containing high-energy
units and equipment (transformers, power stations, railway installations, X-ray systems,
etc.). Outside buildings.
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4.6.2 Determination of the line cross-section

Danger information
In contrast to its predecessor (ADW 511), the ADW 511A has a higher power con-
sumption. When replacing ADW 511 units with the ADW 511A, it is therefore absolutely
necessary that the line cross-section is checked and, if necessary, replaced.


Information
In addition to the ADW 511A current consumption, the limiting data of the lines or FACP
technology used must also be taken into account for determining the required line cross-
section.
As a rule, the line cross-section required for the ADW supply is also sufficient for the line.
Nevertheless, it is useful to carry out the calculation of the minimum line cross-section also
with the FACP-specific limiting data (current consumption/voltage drop).
To ensure satisfactory functioning of the ADW 511A, the line cross-section must be such that the maxi-
mum required current consumption is always available at the end of the electrical installation i.e. at the
ADW 511A.
The maximum possible current consumption of the ADW 511A is therefore applicable for determining
the line cross-section. The ADW 511A has its maximum current consumption when both pre-alarm and
alarm Diff/Max are triggered. In Fig. 11 below, the ADW 511A current consumption is shown as a func-
tion of the applied supply voltage.
10
12
14
16
18
20
22
24
26
28
30
5
0
5
5
6
0
6
5
7
0
7
5
8
0
8
5
9
0
9
5
1
0
0
1
0
5
1
1
0
1
1
5
1
2
0
1
2
5
1
3
0
1
3
5
1
4
0
Max. current consumption of ADW in mA
V
o
l
t
a
g
e

a
t

A
D
W


i
n

V
-
D
C

Fig. 11 Current consumption curve
If it is assumed that the maximum permissible voltage drop in the installation may be 10 V-DC in the
24 V-DC mode, the minimum ADW supply voltage is therefore 14 V-DC (24 10 =14). From Fig. 11
above, it is evident that the ADW 511A has a current consumption of 108 mA at 14 V-DC.
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The ADW 511A values applicable for the line cross-section are shown below:
Minimum wire diameter: 0.8 mm (0.5 mm)
Maximum current consumption in 24 V-DC mode (measured at 14 V-DC): 108 mA
Maximum current consumption in 12 V-DC mode (measured at 10.5 V-DC): 135 mA
Maximum permissible voltage drop in the installation in 24 V-DC mode: 10 V-DC
Maximum permissible voltage drop in the installation in 12 V-DC mode: 1.5 V-DC
I x L x 2 I = Current consumption (in A)
Calculation: A = L = Single line length (in m)
x U 2 = Factor for return line
= Conductivity of Cu (57)
U = Voltage drop (in V)
Examples:
1 ADW 511A, 0.108 x 1300 x 2
in 24 V mode A = = 0.49 mm 0.5 mm
Line length 1.3 km 57 x 10

1 ADW 511A, 0.135 x 750 x 2
in 12 V mode A = = 2.36 mm 2.5 mm
Line length 750 m 57 x 1.5

2 ADW 511A, 0.216 x 1500 x 2
in 24 V mode A = = 1.13 mm 1.5 mm
Line length 1.5 km 57 x 10

Fig. 12 below illustrates the required line cross-section as a function of the line length to be installed.
Important: the curves shown apply to only one ADW 511A. For parallel connection of multiple ADW
511A units via one
0.4
0.5
0.6
0.7
0.8
0.9
1.0
1.1
1.2
1.3
1.4
1.5
1.6
1.7
1.8
1.9
2.0
2.1
2.2
2.3
2.4
2.5
0
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0
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4
0
0
6
0
0
8
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8
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si mpl e l i ne l enght i n meters (cabl e l ength)
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i
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m

ADW 511A
i n 12 V-DC operati on
ADW 511A
i n 24 V-DC operati on
line, the required line cross-section has to be multiplied by the number of ADW 511A
units.

Fig. 12 Required line cross-section as a function of cable length
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4.7 Restrictions

Information
The following restrictions are applicable to the use of the ADW 511A:
Only the materials supplied by the manufacturer may be used for installation of the sys-
tem. Other material may be used only if the manufacturers written consent has been ob-
tained.
The length of the sensor tube stated in section 3.4 may not be less than or greater than
the range from 20 to 130 m (including ascent to ceiling). Other tube lengths require the
choice of special sensor tubes (also see section 11.1).
For each monitored area (for multiple areas) and in object protection, a minimum sensor
tube length of 7 m must be observed (heat impingement).
The evaluation unit and sensor tube must not be exposed to direct sunlight.
In applications where extreme pressure surges or extreme temperature changes may oc-
cur as a result of operating processes, the evaluation unit must be housed in an addi-
tional protective box (e.g. SOS alarm box in road tunnels). Constructional measures,
such as sealing of the SENSTUBE in sections, may also be required.
When the SENSTUBE is used in an extremely corrosive environment, appropriate resis-
tant tube materials must be provided (also see section 11.1).
In the case of applications in explosion zones, only the SENSTUBE may be led into the
danger zone. The evaluation unit ADW 511A must be installed outside the explosion
zone in a safe area.
Exception: After consultation with the manufacturer of the ADW 511A, it is possible to
install the ADW 511A in explosion zones I and II with the use of specially tested and ap-
proved ADW housings. Such fields of use and equipment versions are in some cases
subject to different country-specific tests and must therefore be discussed with the re-
sponsible authorities and approval bodies (also see section 11.1).
The environmental influences mentioned in section 4.8 must be taken into account.

Danger information
The ADW 511A must not be deployed as an autonomous unit (i.e. without FACP) in the
maritime sector (ship applications).


4.8 Environmental influences

Danger information
On the basis of the tests performed, the ADW 511A may be used in an environmental range
which is within the certified type tests. Furthermore, the ambient conditions according to the
data in section 13 must be maintained. Failure to maintain these conditions may impair the
operation of the ADW 511A.


Information
For special applications, for example in an arctic or tropical climate, on ships, in an environ-
ment with high EMC, under high shocks, etc., empirical values or specific application guide-
lines may be requested from the manufacturer of the ADW 511A.

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The ADW 511A fulfils the following environmental tests:

EN 54:
Individual test Reference
General requirements DIN EN 54-5 Paragraph 4
Power supply DIN EN 54-5 Paragraph 5.7
Vibration DIN EN 54-5 Paragraph 5.16, 5.17
Humidity DIN EN 54-5 Paragraph 5.11, 5.12
Shock DIN EN 54-5 Paragraph 5.14
Impact DIN EN 54-5 Paragraph 5.15
Corrosion DIN EN 54-5 Paragraph 5.13
Thermal shock and low ambient temperature DIN EN 54-5 Paragraph 5.9
High ambient temperature DIN EN 54-5 Paragraph 5.6


CE Guidelines 89/336/EEC (EMC):
Emission test Reference
Line-conducted noise voltage at
mains supply
EN 55022/55011 Class B
Freq.: 150 kHz 30 MHz
Stray radiation EN 55022/55011 Class B
Freq.: 30 1000 MHz
Immunity test

Static discharge EN 50130-4 / IEC 801-2
Air discharge: 2, 4 and 8 kV
Contact discharge: 2, 4 and 6 kV
Electromagnetic fields EN 50130-4 / IEC 801-3
Freq.: 1 MHz 1 GHz, field strength: 10 V/m
Pulse mod.: Sinusoidal 80 % / 1 kHz, Pulse duty factor: 0.5
Rapid electric transients burst EN 50130-4 / IEC 801-4
Power line: 2 kV, signal line: 1 kV
High-energy pulses EN 50130-4 / IEC 801-5
Power line: Diff. mode 0.5, 1, 2 kV; Com. mode 0.5, 1, 2, 4 kV
Signal line: Com. mode 0.5, 1, 2 kV
Coupled-in HF on line EN 50130-4 / IEC 801-6
Freq.: 150 kHz 80 MHz, hardness level: 10 V EMF
Amplitude mod.: 80 % / 1 kHz, Pulse mod.: 1 Hz


Rail:
Individual test EMC Reference
Emission and Immunity EN 50121-3-2:2000 (Part 3-2: Rolling stock Apparatus)
EN 50155
Individual test Shock

Shock and Vibration EN 50155A1:2002


Further tests and guidelines: Request current state from manufacturer
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5 Mounting
5.1 Installation guidelines

Information
Material and products: Only the following materials supplied by the manufacturer may be
used for installing the system:
Evaluation unit, sensor tube, screw unions, sliding clips, hard plastic tubing.
Other material may be used only if the manufacturers written consent has been obtained.
Installation material, such as cables, intermediate distributors and fixing material, will gener-
ally be supplied by the customer. Stainless steel screws (V4A) are to be provided for fixing
the system parts.


5.2 Dimensioned drawing / Drilling plan
44
25
93
50 45
46
160
a
p
p
r
o
x
.

2
5
1
6
0
a
p
p
r
o
x
.

2
0
110
6,5
1
4
0
30
SENSTUBE REFERENZ
P
O
W
E
R
/ F
A
U
L
T
A
L
A
R
M
M
A
X
A
L
A
R
M
D
IF
F

Fig. 13 Dimensioned drawing, drilling plan for evaluation unit ADW 511A


5.3 Methods of installation

Information
The methods of installation described in section 5.3 are authoritative decisive for the correct
operation of the ADW 511A. It is therefore essential to note and comply with the information.
Deviations may only be made if the manufacturers written consent has been obtained.

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5.3.1 Evaluation unit
The evaluation unit can be installed in the X, Y or Z axis. An easily accessible place should be chosen as
the location so that work on the evaluation unit can be carried out without aids (ladder, scaffolding).
On the sensor tube entry side, a minimum distance of 10 cm from structural parts (protective boxes,
crevices, etc.) should be maintained.
In applications such as in tunnels, or when the evaluation unit has to be mounted in the open air, the
evaluation unit must be installed in an additional protective box (e.g. SOS alarm box in road tunnels).
The evaluation unit must always be housed in an area where the conditions applicable according to sec-
tion 13 for the evaluation units prevail (also applies for use at high ambient temperature).


5.3.2 Sensor tube
Only one sensor tube can be connected to an ADW 511A evaluation unit. The arrangement or mount-
ing of the sensor tube must be in accordance with the following basic rules:
The sensor tube must be laid in such a way that the lateral vision angle is not impaired, Fig. 14. Ex-
ception: When used in an environment with high ambient temperatures, use fastening straps made of
metal.
The sensor tube should not be laid next to, below or above strip lighting. A minimum distance of
0.5 m should be maintained.
In tunnel applications, the sensor tube should in principle be arranged in the middle of the tunnel (lat-
eral tolerance 0.5 m) (for exceptions, see section 4.4.1).
It is possible to deviate from the above basic rules in order to circumvent obstacles (openings in the
ceiling, ceiling joists, etc.) in the ceiling structure. In tunnels, it should be ensured that the changes in
direction from the normal tube main axis which are necessary for circumventing obstacles are made
at an angle of max. 45. If a change in direction or a traverse at the 90 angle is unavoidable, these
tube sections should be protected mechanically.
The sensor tube is mounted directly on the ceiling by means of plastic sliding clips. In tunnels, it may
also be mounted on the lower surface of cable ducts if the ducts are not more than 0.5 m away from
the ceiling. Metal fixing clips should be used for applications at high ambient temperature.
In the entrance regions of tunnels, a distance of 25 m must be maintained from the sensor tube end
to the entrance.
The maximum sensor tube lengths stated in sections 4.4.1 to 4.4.3 must be complied with (including
ascent to ceiling). Other tube lengths necessitate the choice of special sensor tubes (also see section
11.1).

Cable channel
Sensor
tube
Angle of vision
1m 1m
Bracket/
cable channel
Restricted
angle of vision
Sensor
tube
1m
1m
Right
Wrong !!

Fig. 14 Example of sensor tube arrangement in tunnels, taking into account the angle of vision
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5.3.2.1 Sensor tube ascent and mounting
The evaluation unit is generally connected to the sensor tube by the hard plastic tubing (tunnel applica-
tions). The sensor tube can also be connected directly to the evaluation unit (e.g. industrial applications).
Two possibilities for the sensor tube ascent in tunnels are shown below.
Sensor tube
Sensor tube
Serto screw union
in protected area
SOS alcove
Evaluation unit
Hard plastic tubing in protective
pipe (flush- or surface-mounted)
Hard plastic tubing in protective pipe
behind wall lining
Socket with
cover
Hard plastic tubing behind
protective profile
Serto screw union
A B

Fig. 15 Example of ascent of the sensor tube in tunnels
A The traverse from the middle of the tunnel to the side wall is by means of the sensor tube. There, the
sensor tube is connected to the hard plastic tubing by means of a Serto screw union. The hard plastic
tubing is led behind a protective profile to the evaluation unit in the SOS alcove. Important: The
transition from tunnel ceiling to side wall or from sensor tube to hard plastic tubing should take place if
possible in the protected area (cover).
or:
B The traverse is by means of hard plastic tubing, which is drawn into a flush-mounted or surface-
mounted protective pipe. The hard plastic tubing is led in the protective pipe behind the tunnel wall lin-
ing to the evaluation unit in the SOS alcove.
The sensor tube ascent may also consist of combinations of A and B.

Information
For mounting the sensor tube, the following points should be noted and complied with:
The special plastic sliding clips should be used for fixing the sensor tube. Exception: When used in an
environment with high ambient temperatures, use fastening straps made of metal.
The clip spacing is 0.8 m.
Only stainless steel screws should be used for fixing.
To allow the sensor tube to slide in the clips in the event of an increase in length due to temperature
fluctuations, it should be ensured that the clips or the tube are laid in a straight line (guideline).
The tube sections are connected to one another by means of Serto screw unions. It should be en-
sured that the tube ends are cut off at right angles and that there are no projecting metal splinters
(burrs), Fig. 16.
A Serto screw union with an end plug is used at the sensor tube end, Fig. 16. However, this should
only be mounted after the sensor tube has been blown out.
The distance from one end piece to the end piece of the adjacent sensor tube should not exceed
0.5 m.
In the case of the Serto screw unions where the sensor tube is connected to the hard plastic tubing,
the special support sleeve must always be inserted, Fig. 16.
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A safety margin of at least 20 cm (increase in length of the sensor tube) must be maintained from
clips to Serto screw unions (connections and end screw unions).
The ascent to the tunnel ceiling should be by means of hard plastic tubing as far as possible.
In the sensor tube and in the hard plastic tubing, a minimum radius of curvature of 5 cm should not be
exceeded (danger of constriction). In the case of the hard plastic tubing, it should also be ensured
that an existing bend cannot be subsequently constricted (fix mechanically before and after the bend).
The fixing clips before and after the bends must be mounted at a distance of at least 20 cm from the
bends (increase in length of the sensor tube).
Before the end screw union is mounted, the entire sensor tube, including ascent, must be blown
through with nitrogen (1 bar) for 20 s in the direction of the end piece (see section 5.3.2.2).

Safety information
The evaluation unit must on no account already be connected at this point.
After this cleaning step, the end screw union is mounted and a check for leaks is carried out at the
same time (see section 5.3.2.2).
If it is not yet possible to connect the sensor tube to the evaluation unit after the tube has been blown
through, the relevant end should be closed off by suitable means so that dust and moisture cannot
enter.

Information
The sensor tube has to be connected to the connection marked by SENSTUBE. The
connection marked by REFERENZ is used to the adjustment of the pressure sensor on
the local conditions, Fig. 3 and Fig. 13.


Information
A Serto screw union can be used only once!
The screw union may be tightened only until the thread is no longer visible.
Serto screw union
Hard plastic tubing
Hard plastic tubing/sensor tube connection
Sensor tube
Support sleeve
Serto screw union
Sensor tube B
Serto end screw union
Sensor tube A
Sensor tube
Sensor tube with end screw union
Sensor tube connection
(End plug)
Wrong
Wrong
Wrong
Wrong
Right
Cutting the sensor tubes

Fig. 16 Sensor tube connections
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5.3.2.2 Debugging of the sensor tube
After the sensor tube has been mounted, the entire sensor tube must be freed from dust and moisture
residues. A leak test must also be carried out.

Safety information
The evaluation unit must on no account be connected during the leak test.
For cleaning and leak testing, moisture-free air, preferably nitrogen, is used. The manufacturer of the
ADW 511A can provide a debugging set Nitrogen fittings for this purpose.

Test procedure
The test is carried out at the beginning of the sensor tube, where the evaluation unit will finally be
connected, Fig. 17.
Sensor tube
Plastic tubing
Evaluation unit
1
2
3 5
4
6
1 Nitrogen cylinder
2 Main valve
3 Primary manometer
4 Adjusting valve
5 Secondary manometer
6 Shut-off valve
End screw union

Fig. 17 Connection of nitrogen fittings
Cleaning: carry out in the sequence points 1) to 6) and 11).
Leak test: carry out in the sequence points 8); 2) to 5) and 9) to 11).
1) The end screw union is not yet mounted on the sensor tube.
2) Open main valve on the fittings.
3) Check whether the initial manometer indicates pressure.
4) Open the adjusting valve until the secondary manometer indicates a pressure of 1 bar.
5) Connect the nitrogen cylinder to the sensor tube and open the shut-off valve .
6) Blow out the sensor tube for approx. 20 s. Close the shut-off valve .
7) If necessary, carry out the procedure in point 4. to build up the pressure again.
8) Mount end screw union on sensor tube and tighten.
9) Open shut-off valve the pressure in the tube builds up. Wait until the pressure on the
secondary manometer has settled at 1 bar.
10) Close adjusting valve and check for a possible pressure drop on the secondary manometer
for 60 s. No pressure drop must be detectable!!
11) The test should be recorded.

If the test pressure falls, possible causes are the following:
Leaking screw unions due to improper treatment.
Hairline cracks in the sensor tube which are scarcely visible with the naked eye (manufacturing de-
fect).
Mechanical damage to the sensor tube.
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6 Installation
6.1 Regulations

Danger information
The electrical installation must be carried out according to the valid country-specific regula-
tions, standards and guidelines. The additional local provisions must also be observed.


Information
In addition to the country-specific regulations and guidelines, the information on the re-
quirements for installation cables and line cross-section according to section 4.6 should be
noted and complied with.

6.2 Cable entry
The evaluation unit is equipped with a cable screw union M 20 by the manufacturer. If necessary, two
further cable screw unions M 20 can be inserted into two reserve holes (dummy plug) (supplied in instal-
lation set).

6.3 Electrical connection
The electrical connection is via plug able screw terminals. Individual terminal blocks for power supply, re-
lay contacts, reset input and Open-Collector outputs are installed.
The serial interface is equipped with a D-SUB plug.

Information
In the interior of the evaluation unit, the lines should be led by the shortest route to the ter-
minals. Reserve lines via the printed circuit board should be avoided (EMC).

6.3.1 Terminal allocation
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
+10,5 V-DC to +30 V-DC
0 V
+10,5 V-DC to +30 V-DC
0 V
Reset +
Al
St
Reserve
A
R
U
A
R
U
A
R
U
_
Open-Collector
outputs
Alarm
Fault
Reserve
Supply to electronics
red blue
Motor
Plug
The fault relay is energized in
the quiescent state >contact
of terminal 15/13 closed, 15/14
open (ADW 511A undervoltage;
no fault present)
Information
Installation ADW 511A
Optocoupler
input
Reset
T
Z
V
X
Y
U
Data
Data
GND
GND
IN4
IN3
GND
IN2
IN1
GND
COM2
NO2
COM1
NO1
S
C
I

8
2
ADP 51A
ADW 511A
ADW 511A-1

Fig. 18 Terminal allocation
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6.4 Connection variants

Information
The connection variants are determined by the line or FACP technology used. Further infor-
mation on the connection of any alarm transmitters, line monitors, etc., are obtainable from
the supplier of the FACP.
The ADW 511A must always have an emergency power supply.


Danger information
The ADW 511A may not be used as an autonomous device (without FACP) in the maritime
sector (applications on ships).


6.4.1 Power supply
The ADW 511A must in all cases have an
emergency power supply; it is fed from the
fire detection control unit stub- or ring-
shaped to the ADW 511A.
The ADW power supply may be provided in-
dividually or group-wise, Fig. 19.

To determine the required power supply and
cable cross-section, it is essential to perform
the calculations described in section 4.6.2.









6.4.2 Reset input
The optocoupler input External reset can
be actuated on both the Plus side and the
Minus side.
The input responds to a pulse-shaped signal.
It operates in the range from +10 to +30 V-
DC and in a pulse bandwidth of 0.5 to 5 s.
When a continuous signal is applied, the
ADW 511A is switched to the inactive state.
For safety reasons, a fault is triggered after
approx. 20 s (incorrect commissioning).



Danger information
Before a reset of the ADW 511A, it is imperative that there is a delay time of at least 2 s


between any previously occurring event in the ADW and the reset of the ADW.
ADW 511A
1
/
2
3
/
4
ADW 511A
1
/
2
3
/
4
ADW 511A
1
/
2
3
/
4
ADW 511A
1
/
2
3
/
4
ADW 511A
1
/
2
3
/
4
ADW 511A
1
/
2
3
/
4
ADW 511A
1
/
2
3
/
4
ADW 511A
1
/
2
3
/
4
ADW 511A
1
/
2
3
/
4
ADW 511A
1
/
2
3
/
4
ADW 511A
1
/
2
3
/
4
ADW 511A
1
/
2
3
/
4
Stub supply
Ring supply
Local supply, individual
~\= ~\= ~\=
Local supply, by zone

Fig. 19 Power supply methods
ADW 511A
1
2
3
4
5
6
Reset
External
ADW 511A
1
2
3
4
5
6
Reset
External
Supply from potential " A"
ADW 511A
1
2
3
4
5
6
Reset
External
Reset pulse,
connected to plus
from potential " A"
Reset pulse,
connected to minus
from potential " A"
Reset pulse,
connected to plus or
minus from potential " B"

Fig. 20 Reset input
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6.4.3 Control
The ADW 511A units connected to FACP are controlled according to the detection zone mapping using
the FACP states Zone On/Off and Reset. Two possibilities are available:
Control via auxiliary relays in the ADW power supply line.
Control via the Reset external input.

6.4.3.1 Control via auxiliary relay
Depending on the location of the ADW supply, the
auxiliary relay may be placed in FACP or directly on
the ADW 511A Fig. 21.
The auxiliary relay can be actuated in the following
ways:
a) from the line plus or minus
b) from the SW output of the FACP (output card)
c) from the SW output, or function of a control mod-
ule
The function types listed above are determined by the
FACP technology in use. Therefore, contact the
manufacturer and/or the supplier of the FACP before
implementing.

Danger Information
Before a reset, there must be a delay time
of at least 2 s
The EMC protective elements at the input
of the ADW electronics briefly cause a cur-
rent peak (5 A/1 ms). When using auxiliary
relays with a max. contact load of 1 A, this
may lead to the relay contact sticking.
Therefore auxiliary relays with a contact
load of over 1 A should always be used
e.g. PMR 81 semiconductors (see
between the event in the
ADW and the reset of the ADW.
Fig. 21).
The ADW supply path via the auxiliary re-
lay contact must

be short-circuit-proof or
conducted through a fuse component (cir-
cuit-breaker card).

Information
To guarantee comprehensive emergency
running properties, the wiring must in all
cases
When using a PMR 81 semiconductor, it is
necessary to invert the actuation signal
(PMR has only normally open contact func-
tion).
be done in such a way that if there is
a computer failure of the FACP the ADW
supply is ensured (type of contact circuitry
opener/closer of the auxiliary relay).

Line-specific
Alarm/end-of-line
resistor or
alarmtransmitter
- or +
+or -
FACP
- or +
+or -
FACP
FACP
FACP
CO Output
CO Output
FACP
PMR 81
FACP
PMR 81
a) from line plus/minus, relay in the FACP
a) from l ine plus/minus, relay at ADW
b) from SW output of FACP, relay in the FACP
b) from SW output of FACP, relay at ADW
c) from SW function of control module, supply from FACP
c) from SW function of control module, local suppl y
ADW 511A
Al
St
Res.
ADW 511A
Al
St
Res.
ADW 511A
Al
St
Res.
ADW 511A
Al
St
Res.
ADW 511A
Al
St
Res.
ADW 511A
Al
St
Res.
Line-specific
Alarm/end-of-line
resistor or
alarmtransmitter
Line-specific
Alarm/end-of-line
resistor or
alarmtransmitter
Line-specific
Alarm/end-of-line
resistor or
alarmtransmitter

Fig. 21 Control with auxiliary relay
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6.4.3.2 Control via the Reset external input
Provided the ADW supply switch-off for FACP
state Zone Off is not absolutely necessary, the
control and/or event reset (alarm/fault) of the
ADW 511A can also use the Reset external in-
put, Fig. 22 (also see section 6.4.2 and Fig. 20).
Control via reset input offers advantages when in-
telligent line evaluation, such as addressable
loops, are in use. A control unit is built into the
ADW 511A that is has the SW functions Zone
On/Off and Reset via the FACP line. Via the
open collector output of the control module the
reset input of the ADW 511A can thus be actu-
ated without the addition of an auxiliary relay.






Danger information
Before a reset of the ADW 511A, it is imperative that there is a delay time of at least 2 s


between any previously occurring event in the ADW and the reset of the ADW.

Safety information
Important: When control is via the Reset external input, the ADW 511A is supplied with
voltage even if the zone (FACP) is switched off. Maintenance work.


6.4.4 Wiring the FACP line
6.4.4.1 Wiring for zone detection
With circuitry for zone detection lines, actuation
of the auxiliary relay is, as a rule, from the line
plus. The condition, however, is that the line
plus also switches for Zone On/Off and Re-
set. Actuation from the SW output in accor-
dance with section 6.4.3.1 b) is also possible.

Information
Be sure to observe the information
concerning reset delay time and aux-
iliary relay in Section 6.4.3.1.

24V-DC
_
~/=
+
FACP
Local
supply
Alarm
transmitter
_
+
Ring
+
_
Control
module
Output Inputs
+
2
4

V
-
D
C
24
V-DC
_
~/=
+
FACP
_
+
Ring
+
_
11 12 10
Al
13 14 15
St
16 17 18
Res.
ADW 511A
1 2 5 6
R
e
s
e
t
E
x
t
e
r
n
a
l
from SW function of control module, supply from FACP
from SW function of control module, local supply
11 12 10
Al
13 14 15
St
16 17 18
Res.
ADW 511A
1 2 5 6
R
e
s
e
t
E
x
t
e
r
n
a
l
Control
module
Output
Alarm
transmitter
Inputs

Fig. 22 Control via reset input
E A A 3)
A =Alarm resistance
E =End-of-line resistor
(only in last ADW)
Relay or
PMR 81
24V-DC
_
~/=
+
_
+
FACP
Addi ti onal
power supply
+
_
Line
Relay or
PMR 81
E A
_
~/=
+
_
+
A
FACP
+
_
24 V-DC Line
_
0

V
-
D
C
2)
2) from circuit-breaker card, if not short-circuit-proof
Line plus switches off with "zone off" and "reset"
1)
1)
1)
ADW 511A
1 2 11 12 10
Al
13 14 15
St
16 17 18
V-Al
(Res.)
3)
3)
3) optional: prealarm can also be wired on
its own line or input
ADW 511A
1 2 11 12 10
Al
13 14 15
St
16 17 18
V-Al
(Res.)
3)

Fig. 23 Circuitry for zone detection
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6.4.4.2 Wiring for single detection or addressable loop
For line technologies such as single detection
lines and addressable loops, actuation of the
auxiliary relay is to be implemented from a soft-
ware-controlled output (output card or control
module). The output is programmed via the
FACP software with the Zone Off and Reset
functions.

Information
Be sure to observe the information
concerning reset delay time and auxil-
iary relay in Section 6.4.3.1.









6.4.4.3 Wiring for SecuriPro via MDI 82
When the circuitry for SecuriPro is done via MDI
82, actuation of the auxiliary relay is imple-
mented from the line plus of the MDI 82.
It is preferable to use a PMR 81 as auxiliary re-
lay.

Information
Be sure to observe the information
concerning reset delay time and aux-
iliary relay in Section 6.4.3.1.
The software of the facility is to be programmed
so that the MDI 82 line plus is not supplied with
voltage for the Zone Off and Reset functions
(according to specifications of the manufac-
turer).

Relay or
PMR 81
24V-DC
_
~/=
+
_
+
FACP
Addi ti onal
power supply
+
_
Line
Relay or
PMR 81
_
~/=
+
_
+
FACP
+
_
24 V-DC Line
_
O
u
t
p
u
t
Alarm
transmitter
_
O
u
t
p
u
t
+
2
4

V
-
D
C
Inputs
2) fromcircuit-breaker card if not short-circuit-proof
Output switches with "zone off" and "reset"
When using a PMR 81: invert output (relay wired in)
1)
1)
2)
1)
ADW 511A
1 2 11 12 10
Al
13 14 15
St
16 17 18
V-Al
(Res.)
3)
3) optional - prealarmcan be wired on own zone or input
ADW 511A
1 2 11 12 10
Al
13 14 15
St
16 17 18
V-Al
(Res.)
3)
Alarm
transmitter
Inputs

Fig. 24 Wiring for single detection
A =Alarm resistance
E =End-of-line resistor
(only in last ADW)
24 V-DC
_
~/=
+
_
+
A
d
d
i
t
i
o
n
a
l
p
o
w
e
r

s
u
p
p
l
y
_
+
_
+
MCU
24 V-DC Line
_
2)
2) fused
Line plus switches off with "zone off" and "reset"
1)
1)
1)
MDI
82
MCB
02
14 13
+
_
1 2 3 4
PMR 81
(
+
)
(
L
O
A
D
)
MCU
Line
MDI
82
MCB
02
13
(GND) +
_
1 2 3 4
PMR 81
(
+
)
(
L
O
A
D
)
2)
E A A 3)
E A A
ADW 511A
1 2 11 12 10
Al
13 14 15
St
16 17 18
V-Al
(Res.)
3)
3)
3) optional - prealarm can also be wired on
own line or input
ADW 511A
1 2 11 12 10
Al
13 14 15
St
16 17 18
V-Al
(Res.)
3)

Fig. 25 Wiring for SecuriPro via MDI 82
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6.4.4.4 Wiring the ADW 511A-1 for SecuriLine (via SCI 82)
For connecting SecuriPro FAS, the ADW
511A-1 version with built-in SCI 82 is used.
This permits the SecuriLine addressable loop
to be directly fed into the ADW and connected.
The internal wiring between ADW and SCI 82
is already implemented by the manufacturer.
The sequence and arrangement of the inputs
IN1 to IN3 are permanently pre-specified in
accordance with Fig. 26 and are to be main-
tained if the SCI 82 is subsequently installed in
an ADW 511A (IN4 remains free).

Information
When wiring SecuriPro via
SCI 82, the ADW 511A is con-
trolled exclusively through the
Reset external input. The power
supply on the system is continu-
ous.
Before a reset, there must be a
delay time of at least 2 s
For each SecuriLine a maximum
of 20 ADW 511A-1 units (with
SCI 82) can be connected.
be-
tween the event in the ADW and
the reset of the ADW.
No auxiliary relay is necessary. Control of the
ADW is through the relay contact of the
SCI 82.
Programming the FACP software is accom-
plished by selecting the appropriate SW mod-
ule for the ADW 511A-1. This defines and
programs all necessary functions for the con-
trol (Zone On/Off and Reset) and status scan-
ning (Al/St) of the ADW.


Safety information
Important: When wiring in accor-
dance with Fig. 26, the ADW is
supplied with voltage even if the
zone (FACP) is switched off. Main-
tenance work.


Information
Feeding in the and connecting the connecting cable
By loosening the two lower ADP 51A retaining screws, the SCI 82 can be removed from the
ADW. This makes the cable entries and lower terminals accessible. The connection wires of
the SecuriLine are fed through the space between the ADW housing and SCI support. See
also Fig. 27.

_
MCU
24V
SCB 01 MCB 02
ADW 511A-1
Al St
V-Al
(Res.)
Screening, if necessary, according to T 137 820E
I
N
1
I
N
2
I
N
3
I
N
4
G
N
D
G
N
D
D
a
t
a
D
a
t
a
SCI 82
optional
~/=
Local
supply
MCU
SCB 01
ADW 511A-1
Al St
V-Al
(Res.)
I
N
1
I
N
2
I
N
3
I
N
4
G
N
D
G
N
D
D
a
t
a
D
a
t
a
SCI 82

Fig. 26 ADW 511A-1 circuitry for SecuriLine
12 1011 9 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 15 1314 18 1617
RESET 1
0
.5
-3
0
V
G
N
D
1
0
.5
-3
0
V
G
N
D+_
Alarm Stoerung Reserve
A
B
O
C
A
L
O
C
S
T
O
C
R
e
SCI 82
ADW 511A-1 (with bui lt-in SCI 82)
Loosen
retaining screw
Support
Opening for cable feed
for SCI 82 (SecuriLine)
Loosen
retaining screw

Fig. 27 SCI 82 in the ADW 511A-1
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6.4.4.4.1 Subsequent installation of the SCI 82 in an ADW 511A
When adding to or upgrading existing facilities, it may be necessary to install an SCI 82 into an existing
ADW 511A. The SCI 82 is provided as a single component with an installation set. The installation set
includes a support and 2 rubber washers.
The first step is to join the SCI 82 to the support as shown in Fig. 28. The two lower retaining screws of
the ADP 51A are used (near terminals).
Wiring between the ADW 511A and SCI 82 as shown in Fig. 26 must be done before finally installing the
SCI in the ADW.
Lastly, the SCI 82 fastened to the support can be screwed into the free mounting holes of the ADP 51A.
SCI 82
RESET
12 1011 9 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 15 1314 18 1617
RESET 1
0
.5
-3
0
V
G
N
D
1
0
.5
-3
0
V
G
N
D+_
Alarm Stoerung Reserve
Programm
A
B
O
C
A
L
O
C
S
T
O
C
R
e
2 retaining
screws
Support
Opening for cable feed
for SCI 82 (SecuriLine)
SCI 82
2 M6 retaining
screws from
ADW
2 installation set
rubber washers
Support from
installation set

Fig. 28 Installation of the SCI 82 in the ADW 511A
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6.4.4.5 Wiring the ADW 511A-2 for SecuriLine / Integral addressable loop (via BX-OI3)
For connecting Schrack-FAS the version ADW
511A-2 with built-in BX-OI3 is used. This permits
the SecuriLine / Integral addressable loop to be
directly fed into the ADW and connected. The in-
ternal wiring between ADW and BX-OI3 is al-
ready implemented by the manufacturer. The se-
quence and arrangement of the inputs IN1 to IN3
are permanently pre-specified accordance with
Fig. 29.

Information
Important: When using the Re-
serve relay, use a second BX-OI3
module. In this case the standard
ADW 511A is to be used, whereby
both
When connecting to SecuriLine / In-
tegral via BX-OI3, the ADW 511A is
controlled exclusively through the
Reset external input. The power
supply on the system is continuous.
BX-OI3 modules are arranged
externally.
Before a reset, there must be a de-
lay time of at least 2 s
To determine the maximum number
of BX-OI3 modules in the loop, a
calculation must be performed
(LengthCheckAssistant).
between the
event in the ADW and the reset of
the ADW.
No auxiliary relay is necessary. Control of the
ADW is through the rely contact of the BX-OI3.
Programming the FACP software is accom-
plished by selecting the appropriate SW-
module for the ADW 511A-2.


Safety information
Important: When wiring in accor-
dance with Fig. 29 the ADW is sup-
plied with voltage even if the zone
(FACP) is switched off. Maintenance
work.


Information
Feeding in the and connecting the connecting cable
By loosening the two lower ADP 51A retaining screws, the BX-OI3 can be removed from the
ADW. This makes the cable entries and lower terminals accessible. See also Fig. 30.

SecuriFire / Integral
B5-DXI 2 B5-PSU
ADW 511A-2
5 6 11 12 10
Al
13 14 15
St
16 17 18
(Res.)
1 2 4 3
Reset
I
N
1
-
I
N
1
+
N
O
C
O
M
N
C
Rel
X2/1
G2C2 L2 G1C1L1
G
N
D
G
N
D
BX-OI3
L
1
S
H
L
D
S
H
L
D
L
2
V
E
x
t
5
G
n
d
E
x
t
5
X5 X2 / Loop1
X3/1
X
1
/
1
I
N
2
-
I
N
2
+
I
N
3
-
I
N
3
+
V
e
x
t+
180R 180R
1
8
0
R
1
8
0
R
E
x
t
e
r
n
a
l
P
o
w
e
r

s
u
p
p
ly

Fig. 29 Wiring ADW 511A-2 with SecuriLine / In-
tegral
12 1011 9 1 2 3 4 5 6 15 1314 1617
RESET 1
0
.5
-3
0
V
G
N
D
1
0
.5
-3
0
V
G
N
D+_
Alarm Stoerung Reserve
A
B
O
C
A
L
BX-OI3
ADW 511A-2 (wi th built-in BX-OI3)
Loosen
retaining screw
Support
Loosen
retaining screw

Fig. 30 BX-OI3 in ADW 511A-2
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6.4.5 Open collector outputs
The ADW criteria Alarm, Fault, and Re-
serve are available as open collector out-
puts. Parallel and feedback indicators and
other consumers (e.g. relays) can be con-
nected to the open collector outputs.




Danger Information
When connecting inductive consumers (e.g. relays), a freewheel diode is to be installed di-
rectly at the consumer Fig. 31.


Information
The outputs are 0-Volt switched and have a loading capacity of max. 100 mA per output.
The outputs are not short-circuit-proof and not
ADW
511A
7
8
9
Alarm (-)
Fault (-)
Reserve (-)
Al St Res.
max. 100 m
ADW +3
or:
potential-free. Connection to the outputs af-
fects the overall power consumption of the ADW 511A.

Fig. 31 Wiring the open collector outputs
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7 Commissioning
7.1 General


Safety information
The following points should be observed for commissioning the ADW 511A:
The ADW 511A may only be commissioned by instructed persons.
Before commissioning, it is necessary to ensure that the entire sensor tube is blown out
with nitrogen after installation. A leak test must also have been carried out (also see sec-
tion 5.3.2.2).
Before commissioning, it is necessary to adapt the pressure sensor to the local condi-
tions. This is achieved by briefly opening the screw connection marked with REFER-
ENZ on the evaluation unit.
Before commissioning, the assembly and installation should be checked to ensure that
the ADW 511A cannot be damaged when the power supply is switched on.
Before switching on the ADW power supply, it should be ensured that any fire control in-
stallations and alarm transmissions from the ADW 511A are blocked or switched off.


7.2 Programming
The ADW 511A generally requires no programming during commissioning. Most applications can be
covered by choosing one of the basic set-ups with fixed parameters.
The automatic debugging interval (debugging procedure) is programmed for 8 hours as standard.
The fixed basic settings (position 1 to 7) can be called up using the program selector switch. The po-
sitions 8 and 9 are likewise provided with predefined basic settings. However, in contrast to the posi-
tions 1 to 7, they can be freely configured subsequently, i.e. they serve as an access path of system-
specific programs via a PC.
If, after system-specific reprogramming of the position 8 or 9, the firmware basic setting is to be re-
stored, this can only be done via a PC.
For system-specific programming, one of the fixed basic settings can be read in on the PC from the
ADW 511A (rotary switch positions 1 to 9). By means of the PC software, the loaded basic setting can
be changed within wide limits and can then be input again in the ADW 511A as a system file or user
file on one of the overwritable rotary switch positions (position 8 or 9).
After an update of the operating software (firmware), the system-specific settings of position(s) 8 and/or
9 must be checked and re-adjusted if necessary.
The basic set-ups 1 to 7 cannot be changed. Reloading from PC to the rotary switch positions 1 to
7 is not possible.
A configured system file can be used several times, i.e. can be loaded on several ADW 511A.
Any adaptations of or modifications to the ADW 511A via PC may be carried out only by the manufac-
turer or by persons instructed and trained by the manufacturer.
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7.3 Software
The operating software is loaded on delivery of the ADW 511A (socket-mounted EPROM). For any sub-
sequent versions of the operating SW, a new programmed EPROM can be obtained from the manufac-
turer and the old EPROM in the ADW 511A can be replaced with the new one. If system-specific settings
are present on positions 8 and/or 9, they must be subsequently checked and adjusted accordingly if
necessary. An EEPROM is available for storing or saving any system-specific parameters and various
event measurements.
The manufacturer of the ADW 511A has software for configuration of system-specific settings by means
of PC. The PC software may only be used by the manufacturer or by persons instructed by the manufac-
turer. The PC software does not form part of the delivery scope of the ADW 511A. This SW shall only be
provided to instructed and licensed persons in consultation with the manufacturer of the ADW 511A.
Also see sections 1.6 and 3.3


7.4 Start-up
The information about operating elements and indicators which is required for the start-up appears in
section 8.1.
When starting up the ADW 511A proceed as follows:

Information
The switch position set in each case is automatically activated or started after 3 s.
If there are long waiting times between the individual start-up points, the ADW 511A triggers
a program selector fault in some cases after approx. 13 min (incorrect commissioning,
also see section 2.3.11.4). The fault is displayed by the flashing of all three LEDs in the ratio
3:1.
It is therefore advisable to initiate the next start-up procedure as quickly as possible after the
end of a completed procedure.

Action Effect
1) Perform initial reset:
Before the initial reset the sensor
tube must be de-aerated. For that
purpose the sensor tubing fitting on
the exterior of the evaluation unit is
opened for approx. 3 min and then
firmly closed (with a fork wrench).
Open briefly the REFERENZ screw
connection and close it after that
(with fork wrench)
Bring rotary switch to pos. 0.
Switch on ADW power supply (group/
line On on FACP).
ADW performs a sensor tube measurement:
Motor starts, all three LEDs light up permanently. The mo-
tor runs partly stepwise or stops for a short time
After approx. 2 min the motor finally stops and the LEDs
Al-Diff, Al-Max and Fault go out.
Important. The process is complete only after the three
LEDs Al-Diff, Al-Max and Fault go out go immediately
to 2).
2) Perform basic setup:
Bring rotary switch to pos. 1, 2,
3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 or 9.
ADW 511A activates after 3 s the selected basic setup:
All LEDs flash briefly once again.
The procedure is complete go to point 3).

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Continued
Action Effect
3) Carry out debugging sensor tube:
Bring rotary switch to pos. D.
ADW 511A starts after 3 s debugging:
The motor starts, all three LEDs flash in the ratio 1:1. The
motor runs partly stepwise or stops for a short time
An intact sensor tube is indicated if all three LEDs go out
and the motor finally stops after approx. 90 s go immedi-
ately to 4).
A damaged sensor tube is indicated if all three LEDs flash
for longer than 90 s (approx. 3 min) and the Fault LED then
flashes (1:1 or 3:1) or remains permanently lit up.
The ADW triggers a fault; Termination of start-up, fault
rectification according sections 10.3.1.2 and 10.3.1.4).
4) Carry out alarm test:
Bring rotary switch to pos. A.
ADW 511A triggers alarm after 3 s:
The LEDs Al-Diff and Al-Max light up permanently.
The alarm relay triggers.
The procedure is complete go immediately to point 5).
5) Carry out fault test:
Bring rotary switch to pos. B.
ADW 511A triggers fault after 3 s:
The alarm state of point 4. will be reset.
The fault LED lights up permanently.
The fault relay triggers.
The procedure is complete go immediately to point 6).
6) Perform basic set-up:
Bring rotary switch to pos. 1, 2,
3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 or 9.
ADW 511A makes after 3 s a reset and activates the se-
lected basic set-up:
The Fault LED goes out.
Fault relay goes to the quiescent position.
The start-up is complete Record rotary switch position.

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7.5 Measurements
The ADW power supply at terminals 1 and 2 should be checked. If the power supply to the FACP has
been correctly set (not emergency power mode), the voltage must be in the following range (depending
on the line length):
ADW 511A in 24 V-DC mode: Range 14 to 30 V-DC
ADW 511A in 12 V-DC mode: Range 10.5 to 14 V-DC
With the line cross-section determined and installed according to section 4.6.2, this voltage range must
in any case still be available at the end of the electrical installation i.e. at the ADW 511A so that satis-
factory operation of the ADW 511A is ensured (see section 4.6.2).


Information
If the measured value is outside the above-mentioned ranges, it may lead to malfunctions or
even to damage (above 30 V-DC) to the ADW 511A.
Incorrect voltage values may be the result of line cross-sections of insufficient dimensions or
incorrectly set voltage of the FACP.


7.6 Testing, checking and monitoring
The points mentioned under sections 7.1 and 7.4 should be implemented as tests and checks and for
monitoring purposes.
For every ADW 511A, it is necessary to carry out precise adjustment under operating conditions. In tun-
nels, it is therefore advisable to run through the entire ventilation program after the initial set-up to ensure
that ventilation-dependent temperature fluctuations cannot trigger alarms.
If long-term measurements have to be carried out on the ADW 511A in commissioning phases, it must
be done via a PC (after consultation with the manufacturer of the ADW 511A).
Testing with the effective heat fire phenomenon is generally not necessary. If required, it is possible to
generate the necessary heat by means of test devices in order to simulate an ADW 511A response simi-
lar to an effective fire (see section 7.6.1).

Danger information
If real fire tests are to be carried out, they should be performed only after consultation with
the responsible local authorities (fire brigade) and by professionally instructed persons
(manufacturer).
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7.6.1 Trigger spiral for checking the system
If needed, a trigger spiral can be built into the sensor tube and heated with an industrial dryer to test the
ADW 511A.
When using a trigger spiral, note the following:
End screw union
Sliding clip
Union
Hard plastic tubing
for ascent
Sensor tube
a
p
p
r
o
x
.

1
5
0
SENSTUBE REFERENZ
A
L
A
R
M
M
A
X
A
L
A
R
M
D
IF
F
Trigger spiral
a
p
p
r
o
x
.


7
5
approx. 130
P
O
W
E
R
/ F
A
U
L
T

Fig. 32 Using a trigger spiral
The trigger spiral has its own volume which
corresponds to approx. 6 m of sensor tubing.
These 6 m are to be included in the calcula-
tion of the total length of the sensor tubing. If a
trigger spiral is required, it must therefore be
taken into account when planning the facility in
the project phase.

The trigger spiral is always to be positioned at
the ADW 511A evaluation unit.



The trigger spiral must not be exposed
to direct sunlight.



Local influences such as temperature
fluctuations can trigger false alarms on
the trigger spiral.

It may be necessary to install the trigger spiral
in a lockable box (protection against vandal-
ism).

Depending on the total length of the sensor
tubing and the required system settings for
normal operation (according to section 4.5), it
may be that the volume of the trigger spiral is
insufficient to put the system into an alarm
state. In such cases, a highly sensitive setting
should be selected temporarily during the
trigger test (rotary switch position 2 or 3).



Important: When the trigger test is
completed, make sure to reset the
original rotary switch setting back to
normal operation!!! (Rotary switch po-
sition 1 ... 9).


For other options for testing the system based on a specific facility please contact the manufacturer.
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8 Operation
8.1 Controls and indicators

RESET
12 1011 9 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 15 1314 18 1617
RESET 1
0
.5
-3
0
V
G
N
D
1
0
.5
-3
0
V
G
N
D+_
Alarm Stoerung Reserve
Programm
Program selector
Short circuit plug
"Reset" jumper
LED
"Al-Max"
(D2)
LED
"Al-Diff"
(D1)
LED
"Fault"
(D3)
Sensor tube connection Reference-closing
A
B
O
C
A
L
O
C
S
T
O
C
R
e

Fig. 33 View of the controls and indicators

The ADW 511A is equipped with a 16-digit rotary switch (program) for operation.
The rotary switch can be used for calling up the permanently programmed basic set-ups or for setting
various test functions for commissioning and maintenance. The switch position set in each case is auto-
matically activated or started after 3 s.
A Reset jumper is used for triggering a hardware reset.


8.2 Test functions

Information
Fire control installations, alarm transmission!
Some of the test functions trigger external functions (alarm/fault). All fire control installations
and alarm transmissions should therefore be blocked or switched off beforehand (FACP).
The test function settings are not permitted for normal operation and trigger a program se-
lector fault approx. 13 min after completion of the set test function.

Triggering a test function resets a previously triggered test function.
Position Function, purpose Effect
0
Initial reset during commissioning, after
modification on sensor tube
Motor turns, all LEDs light up permanently
Measurement of sensor tube.
A Alarm test
Al-Diff and Al-Max LEDs light up permanently,
alarm relay triggers.
B Fault test
Fault LEDs light up permanently,
Fault relay triggers.
C Reserve test Reserve relay triggers.
D Debugging test Motor turns, all LEDs flash 1:1.
E Ext. watchdog test Only for manufacturing tests.
F Service Only for manufacturing tests.
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8.3 Basic settings for normal operation

Information
In normal operation, one of the predetermined basic settings must always be set.
If the program selector is in the test function position, the set test function is triggered on
switching on or after reset and a program selector fault is triggered after 13 min Fire
control installations!

Position Function
sensor tube
Purpose
C
u

V
A

T
e
f
l
o
n

1 EN 54-5, cl. A1 Normal sensitivity (middle)

See Safety information
in section 4.5:
Rotary switch positions
8 and 9 and
Sensitivity level
2 EN 54-5, cl. A1 Highly sensitive
3 EN 54-5, cl. A2 Highly sensitive
4 EN 54-5, cl. A1 Insensitive
5 EN 54-5, cl. B and C Normal sensitivity (middle)
6 EN 54-5, cl. D and E Normal sensitivity (middle)
7 EN 54-5, cl. F and G Normal sensitivity (middle)
8 Special application Insensitive
9 Special application Insensitive


8.4 Resetting
Resetting after an event is carried out by switching off the ADW supply voltage or by actuating the Reset
external input. Bridging the Reset jumper also cause a reset of the ADW 511A (hardware reset).

Danger information
Before a reset of the ADW 511A, it is imperative that there is a delay time of at least 2 s


between any previously occurring event in the ADW and the reset of the ADW.

Information
Important: Fire control installations, alarm transmission!!
A hardware reset with Reset jumper triggers the alarm relay for a short time (approx.
0.5 s). During maintenance or repair work on the ADW 511A, it is therefore essential to
switch off or block fire control installations and fire alarms on the superior system (FACP)
beforehand.

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8.5 Displays
The ADW has three LEDs for displaying the triggered events. Depending on the function, the LEDs light
up individually, in combination or in different flashing ratios.
The Fault LED has two colours and a dual function. Yellow indicates the fault state; green indicates
the operating state of the ADW 511A.
Function
LED Al-Diff
red (D1)
LED Al-Max
red (D2)
LED Fault / Mode (D3)
Fault yellow Mode green
System Off (no power supply) Off Off Off Off
System inactive (reset input) flashes 3:1 flashes 3:1 flashes 3:1 flashes 1:3
Quiescent state Off Off Off On
Differential pre-alarm flashes 1:1 Off Off On
Maximum pre-alarm Off flashes 1:1 Off On
Differential alarm On Off Off On
Maximum alarm Off On Off On
Fault: general Off Off On Off
Fault: leak Off Off flashes 1:1 flashes 1:1
Fault: constriction Off Off flashes 3:1 flashes 1:3
Manual test flashes 1:1 flashes 1:1 flashes 1:1 flashes 1:1
Initial reset On On On Off
Incorrect commissioning flashes 3:1 flashes 3:1 flashes 3:1 flashes 1:3
If programmed using PC
As long as the test runs (switch position D).
As long as test motor runs (switch position 0).
If at the same time an LED lights up permanently, the ADW has additionally triggered an alarm or a
fault.
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9 Service and maintenance
9.1 General


Safety information
Service and maintenance work on fire alarm systems are in some cases subject to country-
specific laws and regulations.
Service and maintenance work must always be carried out only by persons trained by the
manufacturer of the ADW 511A and authorized to perform the work.


9.2 Cleaning
The evaluation unit is cleaned with a non-corrosive cleaning agent, for example soap solution, etc.
The sensor tube needs no cleaning in order for it to function properly.

Safety information
Corrosive cleaning agents, such as solvents, pure petrol or other alcohol-containing agents,
should not be used for cleaning.


9.3 Function tests
Owing to the automatic leak test and the self-monitoring of the ADW circuit, periodic function tests are
unnecessary. In the case of ADW 511A, only the legally prescribed, national guidelines (VdS, VKF) relat-
ing to the maintenance of fire alarm systems need be followed.
Any service, maintenance or inspection work on the ADW 511A may be required after an event (fire,
fault).
If a defect makes it necessary to replace an evaluation unit or parts of the sensor tube, the procedure for
commissioning a new unit, according to section 7, should be followed for the new ADW 511A (initial re-
set required). With the replacement of the ADW 511A, all customer-specific settings must be repro-
grammed by means of a PC.


9.4 Disposal
The ADW 511A, including its packaging, consists of recyclable material and can be disposed of with ma-
terial intended for recycling.
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10 Faults
10.1 General
During rectification of a fault, no interventions in the printed circuit board ADP 51A must be made on site.
This applies in particular to the replacement of soldered-in components. Defective circuit boards must be
completely replaced and must be sent to the manufacturer for repair, together with a repair note and
statement of the cause of the fault.
A defective fuse can be replaced at any time, provided that it is ensured that an original spare fuse is
available (value, size).
The replacement of the printed circuit board and EPROM may be carried out only by instructed and au-
thorized personnel.


10.2 Rights under the guarantee
Failure to observe the above procedures will result in a loss of the rights under the guarantee and liability
of the manufacturer of the ADW 511A.


Danger information
Repairs to the unit or to individual parts thereof may only be carried out by instructed and au-
thorized personnel of the manufacturer. Failure to observe this rule will result in loss of the
rights under the guarantee and liability of the manufacturer of the ADW 511A.
All repairs performed and faults rectified must be documented.
After a repair or rectification of a fault, the ADW 511A must be subjected to a function test.


10.3 Troubleshooting and rectification
10.3.1 Fault conditions
The following fault conditions are possible:

10.3.1.1 Fault without indication
Indication: Check: Condition: Possible causes:
No indication on ADW,
FACP in fault mode
Measurement of voltage
at Te. 1/2
No voltage
Error on FACP
Open circuit in the supply line
Voltage OK
Fuse on ADW defective
ADP 51A in ADW defective

10.3.1.2 Fault: General
Indication: Check: Possible causes and rectification:
Fault LED lights up
permanently
Check the tubing in the evaluation unit Internal tubing not connected or constricted
Check the debugging device
Motor wiring disconnected
Motor defective
Gear defective
Leak in pressure pump
Check the supply line to the sensor
tube
Connection to ADW defective
Leak or constriction in sensor tube ascent
(hard plastic tubing)
All above points OK
Fault Fatal error
Error on ADP 51A or in SW
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10.3.1.3 Fault: Leak
Indication: Check: Possible causes and rectification:
Fault LED flashes in
ratio 1:1
Check the tubing in the evaluation unit
Small leak in internal tubing
Check the debugging device
Small leak in pressure pump
Leak test of entire sensor tube according
to section 5.3.2.2
Small leak in sensor tube (hairline
cracks, leakage in tubing)


The evaluation unit must be isolated.

10.3.1.4 Fault: Constriction
Indication: Check: Possible causes and rectification:
Fault LED flashes in
ratio 3:1
Visual inspection of entire sensor tube
Constriction in sensor tube at the ceil-
ing (in detection zone)
After rectification, the entire sensor
tube must be subjected to a leak test
according to section 5.3.2.2


The evaluation unit must be iso-
lated.

10.3.1.5 Fault: Incorrect commissioning
Indication: Check: Possible causes and rectification:
All three LEDs flash in
ratio 3:1
Check the setting of the program selector
in the evaluation unit
Incorrect switch position
Set appropriate pos. 1 to 9
Check the reset input
Input is permanently actuated


10.3.2 Alarm statuses
With rapid temperature changes, caused by operating processes, or environmental disturbance vari-
ables, or as a result of the effect of other external influences on the FAS, the following alarm statuses
may occur in extreme cases:

10.3.2.1 Alarm without indication
Indication: Check: Possible causes:
No indication on ADW,
FACP in alarm
(no fire)
Check for correct functioning of ADW 511A
acc. to section 7.4 (alarm test)
ADP 51A in ADW defective
Error on ADP 51A or in SW
Check functioning of FACP
Error in wiring
Error on FACP

10.3.2.2 Alarm diff
Indication: Check: Possible causes and rectification:
Al-Diff LED lights up
permanently
(no fire)
Check whether program selector is at cor-
rect basic setting for present application
Incorrect setting (sensitivity)
Adjust/optimise setting (possibly via
PC, by long-term tests)
Check for correct functioning of
ADW 511A acc. to section 7.4 (alarm test)
ADP 51A in ADW defective
Error on ADP 51A or in SW

10.3.2.3 Alarm max
Indication: Check: Possible causes and rectification:
Al-Max LED lights up
permanently
(no fire)
Check whether program selector is at cor-
rect basic setting for present application
Incorrect setting (sensitivity)
Adjust/optimise setting (possibly via
PC, by long-term tests)
Check for correct functioning of
ADW 511A acc. to section 7.4 (alarm test)
ADP 51A in ADW defective
Error on ADP 51A or in SW
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10.4 Measuring and test points


Danger information
The measuring points present on the printed circuit board ADP 51A are used for test pur-
poses in the manufacturer of the ADW 511A.
Connection of measuring instruments to these measuring points may only be carried out by
the manufacturers instructed and authorized personnel.

If long-term measurements have to be carried out on the ADW 511A in the commissioning phase, it
must be done via a serial interface and PC. Long-term measurements and any adaptations or modifica-
tions to the ADW 511A via PC may only be carried out by the manufacturer or by persons instructed by
the manufacturer.
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11 Options
11.1 Sensor tube
When the sensor tube is used in an extremely corrosive environment, appropriate resistant tube materi-
als must be used. The following is a list of the available sensor tube materials and their applications:
Material: Application:
Copper (Cu) Standard sensor tube for applications with normal ambient temperatures.
Stainless steel (VA) Sensor tube for applications in corrosive environments, especially in the food indus-
try for hygienic reasons.
Teflon (PTFE) Sensor tube for applications in very corrosive and aggressive environments.

If the detection zone to be protected is outside the specified minimum or maximum sensor tube length of
20 to 130 m (including ascent to ceiling), sensor tubes of dimensions other than those mentioned in sec-
tion 3.4 and section 12 should be used. Information concerning other sensor tube dimensions is obtain-
able from the manufacturer of the ADW 511A.

Danger information
Sensor tubes other than those mentioned in section 3.4 and 12 may only be used after con-
sultation and with the written consent of the manufacturer of the ADW 511A.
Only sensor tubes (material, supplier, dimension) which have been tested and approved by
the manufacturer of the ADW 511A may be used.


11.2 Use in explosion zones
For monitoring explosion zones with the ADW 511A in its standard version, only the SENSTUBE may
be led into the hazard zone. The evaluation unit ADW 511A must be installed outside the explosion
zone, in a safe area.
Exception: After consultation with the manufacturer of the ADW 511A, it is possible to use the
ADW 511A in explosion zones I and II, provided that specially tested and approved ADW housings are
used. Such fields of use or equipment designs are in some cases subject to different country-specific
tests and must therefore be discussed with the responsible authorities and approval bodies.

Danger information
The manufacturer must be consulted before the complete ADW 511A is used in explosion
zones I and II as described above (including evaluation unit).
All required consultations with the country-specific approval and testing bodies must be con-
ducted by the manufacturer of the ADW 511A.
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12 Article numbers and spare parts
Description Art. no. HEKATRON Art. no. SECURITON
Evaluation unit ADW 511A 5100159-0X01 006.221 465
Evaluation unit ADW 511A-1 (with SCI 82) 5100159-0X02 006.221 473
Evaluation unit ADW 511A-2 (with BX-OI3) 5100159-0X03 ---
Evaluation unit ADW 511A Rail 5100159-0X04 ---
Printed circuit board ADW 511A (incl. test motor) 4100026 028.611 611
Special detection Connection Interface SCI 82 4300788 115.221 201
Installation set for SCI 82 4300789 028.222 348
Testing device Support mounted 4100010 334.605 301
Fuse 0.315 ATL 2110015 238.102 652
Serto lead-through housing for sensor tubing --- 428.093 645
Cu sensor tube (in rods of approx. 5.5 to 6 m) 0200119 527.076 465
Hard plastic tubing PA 0800207 437.100 056
Serto screw union for Cu sensor tube 3920075 428.014 834
Serto end screw union for Cu sensor tube 3920078 428.100 048
Support sleeve for hard plastic tubing for Cu sensor tube 3920086 428.093 653
Plastic sliding clip 3110283 411.014 486
Trigger spiral 0200120 340.218 022
Metal clip acc. to the manufacturers information
Material for stainless steel sensor tube:
VA sensor tube (in rods approx. 6 m) acc. to the manufacturers information
Serto screw union for VA sensor tube acc. to the manufacturers information
Serto end journals for VA sensor tube acc. to the manufacturers information
Support sleeve for hard plastic hose for VA sensor tube acc. to the manufacturers information
Material for Teflon sensor tube:
PTFE sensor tube (in 100 m rolls) acc. to the manufacturers information
Serto screw union for PTFE sensor tube acc. to the manufacturers information
Reduced Serto screw union for PTFE sensor tube acc. to the manufacturers information
Serto end journals for PTFE sensor tube acc. to the manufacturers information
Support sleeve for PTFE sensor tube acc. to the manufacturers information
X =Customer variants: 1 =Securiton
2 =Hekatron
5 =Schrack
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13 Technical data ADW 511A

Danger information
In contrast to its predecessor (ADW 511), the ADW 511A has a higher power con-
sumption. When replacing ADW 511 units with the ADW 511A, it is therefore absolutely
necessary that the line cross-section is checked and, if necessary, replaced.

Supply voltage range 10.5 to 30 V-DC
Current consumption max.
in 12 V-DC mode
(measured at 10.5 V-DC)
in 24 V-DC mode
(measured at 14 V-DC)

Quiescent
Alarm Diff / Max
Pre-alarm (Res.) +Alarm Diff. / Max.
Fault
Debugging
approx. 114
approx. 124
approx. 135
approx. 103
approx. 127
approx. 90
approx. 99
approx. 108
approx. 81
approx. 102
mA
mA
mA
mA
mA
Max. permitted voltage drop - in 24 V-DC mode
of the electrical installation - in 12 V-DC mode
10
1.5
V-DC
V-DC
Sensor tube length (incl. ascent to ceiling) tunnel applications 20130 m
for other applications 2080 m
Sensor tube Cu and Va (external / internal) 5 / 4 mm
Sensor tube Teflon (external / internal) 6 / 4 mm
Response range with Cu and VA sensor tube based on EN 54-5, cl. A1G
Response range with Teflon sensor tube based on EN 54-5, cl. A1 / A2
Debugging interval (alterable via PC) 8 h
Temperature range evaluation unit -20 +50 C
sensor tube
-40 +160
C
Ambient humidity evaluation unit (continuous, IP 65) 95 % rel. h
sensor tube (continuous) 100 % rel. h
Housing protection type IP 65
Max. load capacity of alarm relay contact 50 / 1 V-DC / A
Plug able terminals 1.5 mm
Cable entry clamping range 612 mm
Serial interface RS 232 9-pin D-SUB plug
Housing material Glass fibre-reinforced polyester
colour 7000 RAL
Approvals VdS
UL
EN 54
CE-tested according to EMC guideline 89/336/EEC
Dimensions of evaluation unit (W x H x D, see Fig. 13) 160 x 205 x 93 mm
Weight 1700 g
The stated current values are maximum values, measured after the max. permissible voltage drop
on the electrical installation.
Maximum current consumption, applicable for calculating the line cross-section.
After consultation with the manufacturer, lower or higher temperature ranges are also possible.
Metal clips should be used when the sensor tube is employed at above 120 C (manufacturer).
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14 Further documents
Art. no. HEKATRON Art. no. SECURITON
Data sheet ADW 511A 7002102 T 139 419 E



15 List of figures
Page

Fig. 1 Mechanical / pneumatic operating principle ................................................................................... 11
Fig. 2 Design of ADW 511A ..................................................................................................................... 18
Fig. 3 Mechanical design ......................................................................................................................... 18
Fig. 4 Design of the ADP 51A .................................................................................................................. 19
Fig. 5 Tunnel with arched or round ceiling ............................................................................................... 23
Fig. 6 Tunnel with flat ceiling .................................................................................................................... 23
Fig. 7 Tunnel with flat ceiling, more than 3 lanes ..................................................................................... 23
Fig. 8 Example of indoor car park ............................................................................................................ 23
Fig. 9 Differential response threshold ...................................................................................................... 25
Fig. 10 Maximum response threshold ...................................................................................................... 26
Fig. 11 Current consumption curve .......................................................................................................... 28
Fig. 12 Required line cross-section as a function of cable length ............................................................ 29
Fig. 13 Dimensioned drawing, drilling plan for evaluation unit ADW 511A .............................................. 32
Fig. 14 Example of sensor tube arrangement in tunnels, taking into account the angle of vision ........... 33
Fig. 15 Example of ascent of the sensor tube in tunnels ......................................................................... 34
Fig. 16 Sensor tube connections ............................................................................................................. 35
Fig. 17 Connection of nitrogen fittings ..................................................................................................... 36
Fig. 18 Terminal allocation ....................................................................................................................... 37
Fig. 19 Power supply methods ................................................................................................................. 38
Fig. 20 Reset input ................................................................................................................................... 38
Fig. 21 Control with auxiliary relay ........................................................................................................... 39
Fig. 22 Control via reset input .................................................................................................................. 40
Fig. 23 Circuitry for zone detection .......................................................................................................... 40
Fig. 24 Wiring for single detection ........................................................................................................... 41
Fig. 25 Wiring for SecuriPro via MDI 82 .................................................................................................. 41
Fig. 26 ADW 511A-1 circuitry for SecuriLine ........................................................................................... 42
Fig. 27 SCI 82 in the ADW 511A-1 .......................................................................................................... 42
Fig. 28 Installation of the SCI 82 in the ADW 511A ................................................................................. 43
Fig. 29 Wiring ADW 511A-2 with SecuriLine / Integral ............................................................................ 44
Fig. 30 BX-OI3 in ADW 511A-2 ............................................................................................................... 44
Fig. 31 Wiring the open collector outputs ................................................................................................ 45
Fig. 32 Using a trigger spiral .................................................................................................................... 50
Fig. 33 View of the controls and indicators .............................................................................................. 51