Simplex ® 4098-XAD-100/110

Product Guide

Date Published: August 2010
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Simplex® 4098-XAD-100/110 Product Guide

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physical damage.5 Function and Status Display 1.1 Introduction 1.Simplex® 4098-XAD-100/110 Product Guide Document Conventions The following typographic conventions are used in this document: Convention Description Bold Used to denote: emphasis Used for names of menus.1 Troubleshooting 3.7 Interface Card Components 1.4 Duct Application Accessories List 1.3 Maintenance 28 28 29 31 4 Specifications 4.3 4098-XAD-110 Duct Applications 1. or permanent corruption of configuration details. The following icons are used in this document: Convention Description Caution: This icon is used to indicate that there is a danger to equipment.2 Typical Supply Current & Fan Speed 4. Testing and Maintenance 3. Table of Contents ii 1 Description and Operation 1.11 Electrical Accessories 1 1 2 4 6 7 7 8 8 9 13 15 2 Installation and Configuration 2.2 Testing 3.9 Pipe Network Configurations 1. Warning: This icon is used to indicate that there is a danger of inhaling dangerous substances.3 Pipe Network Specification 32 32 32 33 . Warning: This icon is used to indicate that there is a danger of electric shock.3 Pipe Network Installation 2. This may lead to death or permanent injury.1 General Specification 4.4 Configuration 2.8 Fuse 1. This may lead to death or permanent injury.6 User Function Buttons 1.2 Wiring Connection 2. Used for the result of an action. menu options.1 4098-XAD-100 Installation 2.2 4098-XAD-100 Open Area Applications 1.10 Pipe Network Components 1.5 Set-up Notes 17 17 18 20 23 26 3 Troubleshooting. The danger could be loss of data. toolbar buttons Italics Used to denote: references to other parts of this document or other documents.

1 Description and Operation 1 Description and Operation 1.1 Introduction Simplex® 4098-XAD-100/110 Product Guide The 4098-XAD-100/110 series is an aspirating smoke detection system that utilizes an air-sampling pipe network to draw air towards addressable sensor in an aspirated enclosure. This system is designed to cover areas up to 1800 square feet (549 square meters). Figure 1-1: 4098-XAD-100 1 .

Simplex® 4098-XAD-100/110 Product Guide 1. Refer to table Table 1-1: 4098-XAD-100 Open Area Application Accessories List. 2 .2 1 Description and Operation 4098-XAD-100 Open Area Applications Designed for open area applications. Figure 1-2: Example of open area application Pipe network components required for open area applications are ordered separately. the 4098-XAD-100 unit comes pre-installed with analog addressable sensor and interface card for connection to Simplex® control panels.

Qty.10. = 28.= 15 45º Elbow VP-ELB-45 Diameter = 3/4".6: Capillary Tube Sampling Point E700-SP Caplillary Tube E700-TUBE Capillary Tube Connector E700-CAP-KIT FPT Pipe Tee VP-TEE-FPT Inside Diameter = 3/8" 3 . Qty. Orange CPVC Pipe CPVC Pipe VP-P-210 Diameter = 3/4". Qty.= 20 Tee VP-TEE Diameter = 3/4".= 25 Solvent Cement VP-CEMENT 1 Pint Baffle LF42216 Baffle for Simplex sensor 4098-9714 Blanking Baffle 06-0000 Air Inlet Filter 80-0020-0 Sampling Hole Label 12584 Fuse 34-1251-T3 Capillary Tube Air Sampling Components Filter element coarse FRS20 1. = 1. Qty. Qty.= 15 Coupling VP-COUP Diameter = 3/4". Qty.= 10 90º Elbow VP-ELB-90 Diameter = 3/4". Length = 15'. Qty. Orange CPVC Pipe CPVC Pipe VP-P-420 Diameter = 3/4". Qty. Length = 15'.25 A Refer to 1. Orange CPVC Pipe Union VP-UNION Diameter = 3/4". = 14.= 15 Pipe End Cap VP-EC Diameter = 3/4". Qty.1 Description and Operation Simplex® 4098-XAD-100/110 Product Guide Table 1-1: 4098-XAD-100 Open Area Application Accessories List Name Part Number Description CPVC Pipe LF42280 Diameter = 3/4". Length = 15'.

Simplex® 4098-XAD-100/110 Product Guide 1. Refer to table Table 1-2: 4098-XAD-110 Duct Application Parts List for complete list of components included with the 4098-XAD-110. The total length of the flexible tube and CPVC pipe must not exceed the specified length. CPVC pipes may also be used together with flexible tubes.3: Pipe Network Specification. Refer to 4. Although flexible tubes are typically used in duct installations.3 1 Description and Operation 4098-XAD-110 Duct Applications The 4098-XAD-110 is developed specifically for duct applications. Figure 1-3: Example of Duct Application 4 . It features the 4098-XAD-100 and a duct installation kit designed to simplify duct application installations.

1 Description and Operation Simplex® 4098-XAD-100/110 Product Guide Table 1-2: 4098-XAD-110 Duct Application Parts List Name Part Number Quantity 4098-XAD-100 4098-XAD-100 1 Duct Installation Kit LF42241 1 Male Connector for elbow of duct probe LF42202 2 Female Elbow for elbow of duct probe LF42203 2 Male Connector for inlet pipe and exhaust pipe LF42204 2 Reducer / Adaptor for XAD unit inlet port LF42205 1 Threaded 90 Elbow Reducer Adaptor for XAD unit exhaust port LF42206 1 Duct Mount Plate LF42208 2 Pipe Grommet 27-1002-00 2 90 Degree Bend (Box of 20) VP-ELB-90 3/20 Transparent Pipe (imperial for US) LF42210 1 Ball Valve LF42211 1 Tee Pipe (Box of 15) VP-TEE 1/15 Smoke Test Port Pipe LF42213 1 Smoke Test Port Rubber Plug LF42214 1 Exhaust Port Pipe (50 mm) LF42276 1 Horizontal Inlet Pipe (160 mm) LF42277 1 Vertical Water Trap Pipe (200 mm) LF42278 1 Horizontal Water Trap Pipe (100 mm) LF42279 1 5 .

Holes = 4 8" x 1/8" Exhaust Pipe LF42264 OD = 1/2".25 A. ID = 1/2" ID. Hole Dia = 1/8". Length = 8". Length = 84". Holes = 5 84" x 1/8" Sampling Probe LF42258 OD = 1/2". Length = 36". Hole Dia = 1/8". Length = 60". ID = 1/2" ID. Holes = 3 8" x 1/8" Exhaust Pipe LF42261 OD = 1/2". Hole Dia = 13/64". Holes = 5 Pipe End Cap LF42265 Duct sampling probe/exhaust pipe end cap Baffle LF42216 Baffle for Simplex sensor 4098-9714 Blanking Baffle 06-0000 Air Inlet Filter 80-0020-0 Flexible Tubes Sampling Probes for 50' flexible tube set-up Sampling Probes for 25' flexible tube set-up Exhaust Pipes for 50' flexible tube set-up Exhaust Pipes for 25' flexible tube set-up Miscelaneous CPVC Pipe and pipe fitings 6 Filter element coarse FRS20 Refer to Table 1-1: 4098-XAD-100 Open Area Application Accessories List. Hole Dia = 1/8". Hole Dia = 13/64". ID = 1/2" ID. Hole Dia = 5/32". Length = 8". Holes = 4 36" x 13/64" Sampling Probe LF42255 OD = 1/2". Length = 50' 25' Flexible Tube LF42250 OD = 5/8". Holes = 2 60" x 1/8" Sampling Probe LF42253 OD = 1/2".Simplex® 4098-XAD-100/110 Product Guide 1. ID = 1/2" ID. Holes = 4 8" x 13/64" Exhaust Pipe LF42262 OD = 1/2". Hole Dia = 5/32". Length = 25' 36" x 5/32" Sampling Probe LF42251 OD = 1/2". Holes = 4 84" x 1/8" Sampling Probe LF42254 OD = 1/2". Holes = 3 8" x 5/32" Exhaust Pipe LF42263 OD = 1/2". Hole Dia = 1/8". Hole Dia = 1/8". Hole Dia = 13/64". Anti-surge fuse . Holes = 4 60" x 1/8" Sampling Probe LF42257 OD = 1/2". Holes = 3 18" x 13/64" Sampling Probe LF42252 OD = 1/2". Hole Dia = 13/64". Holes = 5 8" x 13/64" Exhaust Pipe LF42259 OD = 1/2".4 1 Description and Operation Duct Application Accessories List The following accessories can be ordered from the supplier. Holes = 3 36" x 5/32" Sampling Probe LF42256 OD = 1/2". Length = 8". ID = 1/2" ID. Holes = 2 8" x 5/32" Exhaust Pipe LF42260 OD = 1/2". Length = 36". Sampling Hole Label 29624 Fuse 34-1251-T3 1. Length = 36". Hole Dia = 5/32". Length = 84". Length = 50' 25' Flexible Tube Pair LF42247 OD = 5/8". Length = 75' 50' Flexible Tube Pair LF42246 OD = 5/8". Length = 8". Hole Dia = 1/8". Name Part Number Description Flexible Tube Pairs 75' Flexible Tube Pair LF42245 OD = 5/8". Length = 60". Length = 18". Length = 8". Hole Dia = 5/32". Length = 8". Length = 75' 50' Flexible Tube LF42249 OD = 5/8". Length = 25' 75' Flexible Tube LF42248 OD = 5/8". ID = 1/2" ID.

the user function buttons are used to setup and configure the 4098-XAD-100.6 User Function Buttons Located at the right side of the 4098-XAD-100 sensor housing. Flow failure is reported to the central panel via dry contacts and are indicated on the display interface LEDs Figure 1-4:  Display functions 1.5 Simplex® 4098-XAD-100/110 Product Guide Function and Status Display The 4098-XAD-100 provides airflow monitoring circuitry and an aspiration system that is configurable. The airflow level is displayed on a ten element bar graph with adjustments for flow sensitivity and high/low flow thresholds. Figure 1-5: User function buttons 7 .1 Description and Operation 1.

Simplex® 4098-XAD-100/110 Product Guide 1. 1.2 Yellow LED When the yellow LED is continuously ON. it indicates ALARM or TROUBLE conditions. Specification: l Rating: 1.7. it indicates a short or open circuit fault condition on the supervised ALARM circuit. SLC communications and other installed accessories.25 A Figure 1-7: Fuse 8 . Figure 1-6: Interface card 1. l When the red LED is continuously ON.7. Red LED l The red LED flashes to indicate switched ON status.7 1 Description and Operation Interface Card Components 1.8 Fuse The Fuse (34-1251-T3) is located at the main PCB board.1 l 1.7.3 Field Wiring Connector The field wiring connector of the interface card provides a connection point for field wiring of the 4098-XAD-100 to 24 VDC power.

9.1 Description and Operation Simplex® 4098-XAD-100/110 Product Guide 1. i.9.2 Open Area Application with Dual Pipe Network For open area application with dual pipe network.9 Pipe Network Configurations 1. Figure 1-9: 9 . Figure 1-8: 1.e. the sampling probe pipes should be balanced. be of equal length and have equal size and number of holes.1 Open Area Application with Single Pipe Network Air samples are drawn into the sampling pipe and carried to the sensor by the aspirator.

The figure below shows an overall illustration of a complete installation.Simplex® 4098-XAD-100/110 Product Guide 1.3 1 Description and Operation Duct Application Pipe Network An inlet sampling probe and exhaust pipe are inserted into the duct and connected to the 4098-XAD-100 via flexible tubes. Figure 1-10: Example of duct pipe network 10 .9. with flexible tubes connecting the 4098-XAD-100 to the duct probe.

The following recommended measurements must be followed to prevent excess water overflow to the 4098-XAD-100: l Clear water trap pipe = 10 5/8" (290 mm) l Horizontal water trap pipe length = around 3 15/16” (100 mm) l Vertical water trap pipe length = around 7 7/8" (200 mm) l Horizontal inlet pipe = around 6 5/16" (160 mm) Figure 1-13: Water trap components 11 . a water trap must be used to prevent water entering the 4098-XAD-100. and the ball valve allows for water drainage. Notes: l Make sure the test port plug is fitted in the smoke test port.1 Description and Operation Simplex® 4098-XAD-100/110 Product Guide Inlet Probe/Exhaust Pipe The inlet sampling probe enables air to be drawn from the duct and the exhaust pipe enables air to be returned back into the duct. Figure 1-11: Sampling probe/exhaust pipe Smoke Test Port On duct applications. The clear water trap pipe enables visual inspection of water build-up. a smoke test port pipe must be installed at the inlet port of the 4098-XAD-100. l Make sure the rubber grommet is fitted in the junction box Figure 1-12: Smoke test port Water Trap In humid environments where water is likely to condense in the inlet pipes.

It is used to return the sampled air back into the duct. Figure 1-14: Exhaust pipe connections 12 .Simplex® 4098-XAD-100/110 Product Guide 1 Description and Operation Exhaust Pipe On duct applications. sampled air must be returned to the duct to maintain air pressure balance in the system. The exhaust pipe network connects the exhaust port to the exhaust pipe.

The end cap typically has a sampling hole drilled in its center to control airflow. Using adhesive on the inlet and outlet port connections will void the warranty of the detector. Solvent adhesive should not be used for this joint. Sampling Holes for Duct Applications The sampling probes or exhaust pipes are perforated with sampling holes and can either be pre-drilled or drilled during installation.7 mm).. In duct applications. 1.5 End Cap End Cap for Open Area Applications End cap must be fitted at end of the sampling pipe. saddle clamps or cable ties.3 Fixings The normal fixing methods are pipe clips. Note: The inlet port is tapered to allow a push fit of the sampling pipe.1 Description and Operation 1. the end cap hole usually is the same size as the sampling holes along the pipe.9 mm ) OD.9 ft(1. or socket unions (removable).10. Figure 1-16: End cap End Cap for Duct Applications For duct applications. 1/2" (12. The sample pipe is normally supplied in 15 ft (4.05 in.10. It is recommended that 5/8" (15.10 Pipe Network Components 1.4: Duct Application Accessories List. Pre-drilled sampling probe/exhaust pipes can be ordered.1 CVPC Pipes Simplex® 4098-XAD-100/110 Product Guide CPVC pipes are used in pipe network installations. sampling holes are not required for end caps 13 . For compliance.5 m) apart 1. the pipe should have a nominal outer diameter (OD) of 1.10.57 m) lengths and is cut as required and joined by solvent welded sockets (permanent). 1. the sampling holes must be oriented facing away from the airflow. The pipe should be cut squarely to ensure a good. Fixing centers are typically 4. Always blow compressed air through the pipe after drilling to clear any debris before final connection to the equipment. Figure 1-15: Sampling probe/exhaust pipe holes 1.10.10. For pipes with only few sampling holes.4 Sampling Holes Sampling Holes for Open Area Applications The sampling holes are drilled in the CPVC pipes during installation.7 mm) ID Polyethylene flexible piping is used with an adapter to enable connection into the inlet port of the detector. airtight seal.2 Flexible Tubes Flexible tubes are used in duct applications or in places where conventional CPVC pipes cannot be easily installed. (26. Care should be taken to avoid dirt and debris entering the pipe. Refer to 1.

improved environmental protection and for duct installation.10. to reduce noise. Refer to Table 1-1: 4098-XAD-100 Open Area Application Accessories List for ordering information on capillary tube air sampling components.8 Air Inlet Filter (Part Number: 80-0020-0) The sampled air passes through the air inlet filter before entering the sensor chamber. there are circumstances where it is necessary to connect exhaust pipe to the exhaust port to divert the exhaust away from the location of the unit e.10.Simplex® 4098-XAD-100/110 Product Guide 1. capillary tube air sampling can be used. Figure 1-17: Capillary tube 1.10.6 1 Description and Operation Capillary Tube For above ceiling or concealed open area applications.7 Exhaust Port In most open area installations.g. Figure 1-18: Exhaust port 1. reduce risk of interference/deliberate obstruction. the exhaust port should be left open. However. Figure 1-19: 14 .

11. remote LED and switches the XAD unit into alarm. Specification: l Nominal Current: 1.2 mA Figure 1-21: Remote alarm indicator / key switch 1. Refer to 2: Installation and Configuration for information on wiring connection.11. Specification: l Nominal Current: 1.2 mA Figure 1-20: Remote alarm indicator 1. The red LED indicator of the remote alarm indicator is ON when the XAD unit is in alarm.2 Remote Alarm Indicator / Key Switch (Model Number: 2098-9806) The remote alarm indicator is intended for installation to a standard 2" x 3" outlet box with a minimum depth of 2". The red LED indicator of the remote alarm indicator is ON when the XAD unit is in alarm.11 Simplex® 4098-XAD-100/110 Product Guide Electrical Accessories The following accessories can be ordered from the supplier.11.1 Remote Alarm Indicator (Model Number: 2098-9808) The remote alarm indicator is intended for installation to a standard 2" x 3" outlet box with a minimum depth of 2".1 Description and Operation 1. 1. Refer to 2: Installation and Configuration for information on wiring connection. Specification: l l l Current Rating: 7 amps 28 VDC / 10 amps 115 VAC Maximum wire length to PAM-SD remote relay: 500 feet Maximum wire length from PAM-SD remote relay to the device it is controlling: 3 feet Figure 1-22: Remote relay 15 .3 Remote Relay (Model Number: 4098-9843) The 4098-XAD-100 provides a supervised control circuit to drive up to 15 remote relays. The key switch activates the alarm relay.

It is used to monitoring wiring continuity at the ALARM circuit. If remote relay is fitted.4 1 Description and Operation End-of-Line Resistor (Model Number: 4081-9008) An End-of-Line (EOL) resistor is factory fitted at terminals 15 and 16 of the interface card.. 1/2 W Figure 1-23: Remote Alarm Indicator 16 .11. the EOL relay must be removed from terminal 15 and 16 and connected at the end of the ALRM circuit.Simplex® 4098-XAD-100/110 Product Guide 1. Refer to 2: Installation and Configuration for information on wiring connection. Specification: l 10 kΩ.

l Use pipe cutting shears or wheel type plastic tube cutter to cut pipes to specified length. l It is important that the correct diameter sampling hole is drilled as the diameter of the sampling hole affects the performance and efficiency of the system l The diameter of sampling holes may vary in a pipe network. Insert the specified conduit and wires. 1. 8 mounting hardware of suitable type for the given mounting surface. l The diameter of each mounting hole is 0.1 4098-XAD-100 Installation Notes: l The 4098-XAD-100 must be installed at an accessible position to facilitate maintenance and testing. Notes: l It is recommended that the installer use an ASTM No. l The sampling pipe is drilled with sampling holes. l Sampling holes must be drilled at 90 angles to the pipe. Using the special tool provided (Tool 0793A). Remove the transparent cover. l When inverting the 4098-XAD-100. Ensure that cuts are square. Refer to Table 1-1: 4098-XAD-100 Open Area Application Accessories List for the part number of the label. 3. 4. swarf or burrs entering the sampling pipe. unscrew the tamper proof fasteners (four places). Using a suitable tool. l Do not install the 4098-XAD-100 near a heat source or in direct airflow source such as airconditioners. l Make sure the the 4098-XAD-100 is secure and accessible only to authorised personnel. mark the installation point. Secure the 4098-XAD-100 to the installation point. l All connections to the main circuit board are made to the terminal block (13) that can accommodate wire sizes from 18 AWG . remove the appropriate knock-out plate. l Make sure that the exhaust pipe is free from any obstacles at all times. support the sensor base plate to prevent the sensor base plate from dropping down and damaging the wiring connections. Always blow compressed air through the pipe after drilling to clear any debris before final connection to the equipment. The holes can be drilled before or after installation.19 in (5 mm). l The sampling hole must be drilled using slow drill speed with a sharp drill bit to avoid dust. l Care should be taken to avoid debris entering the pipe.2 Installation and Configuration 2 Simplex® 4098-XAD-100/110 Product Guide Installation and Configuration Notes: l This equipment must be installed by factory trained installer in accordance with all local and national code requirements. Figure 2-1: 4098-XAD-100 installation 17 . 5. Using the screw holes (four places) of 4098-XAD-100 as a template. l Attach adhesive labels to help identify the sampling points.12 AWG. 6. 2. 2.

The interface card terminals are rated for 18 to 12 AWG conductors. Figure 2-2: Field connectors 18 .2 2 Installation and Configuration Wiring Connection Note: All connections to the sensor are made through the connector of the interface card.Simplex® 4098-XAD-100/110 Product Guide 2.

Make sure that all wiring complies with manufacturer’s instructions. and local and national fire code requirements.2 Installation and Configuration Simplex® 4098-XAD-100/110 Product Guide Note: The wiring diagram below shows a typical wiring installation. Connect the wiring connections as specified in Figure 2-3: Field wiring diagram below. Figure 2-3: Field wiring diagram 19 .

Using adhesive on the inlet and outlet port connections will void the warranty of the 4098-XAD-100. After successful completion of the test. It will be difficult to service the 4098-XAD-100 in the future if these ports are permanently bonded to the pipe. 5. Temporarily join the pipes and secure them on the mounting clips. The position of each individual sampling point should be in accordance with the rules for the positioning of sensors. configuration and mounting specification of the pipes. Check the pipe network design documents of the given application to gather the size. 2. Test the operation of the system. Refer to Table 1-1: 4098-XAD-100 Open Area Application Accessories List for the part number of the sampling hole label. 9. If specified. 1. Secure the mounting clips to the specified locations.1 Open Area Pipe Network Installation Note: Figure 2-4: Example of open area installation is shown for illustration purpose only. Insert the sampling pipe to the 4098-XAD-100. Measure and mark the spots specified for the pipe mounting clips.3. It is important to note that the concentration of smoke on an individual sample point will be diluted by the clean air from the other sample points and the end cap hole. 6. Attach the appropriate labels to the sampling holes. Note: The inlet and outlet ports are tapered to allow a push fit of the sampling pipe. 4. drill sampling hole in the end cap.Simplex® 4098-XAD-100/110 Product Guide 2. Drill the specified sampling holes in the pipe. and positions and diameter of the sampling holes. 2. Figure 2-4: Example of open area installation 20 . 3. 7.3 2 Installation and Configuration Pipe Network Installation This section provides a simple guide to pipe installation and should contain the information required for simple installations based on the standard configurations. bond the pipes together using suitable adhesive. Do not use adhesive on the inlet and outlet port connections. 8.

3. l Do not drill holes in the flexible tubes.2 Simplex® 4098-XAD-100/110 Product Guide Duct Pipe Network Installation Notes: l The sampling holes must be oriented facing out of the airflow. Figure 2-5: Duct Installation Components View 21 . l The inlet probe and outlet probe must have equal number and diameter of holes in order to have a balanced airflow in the pipe network. Refer to section : Sampling Holes for Duct Applications l There must be at least 1 hole for every 3 feet of the inlet probe.2 Installation and Configuration 2.

Tighten the pipe compression adaptor coupling until the sampling probes are secure. Tighten until the tube is secure. Temporarily join the flexible tubes/CPVC pipes and secure them on the mounting clips. Secure the mounting clips to the specified locations. configuration and mounting specification of the pipes. tighten all the flexible tube connectors until secure. Mark the location of the mounting plates. 2. duct probe mounting plate.Simplex® 4098-XAD-100/110 Product Guide 2 Installation and Configuration Inlet Probe and Exhaust Pipe Installation 1. Install the pipe compression adaptor coupling to the elbow connector. 8. Drill or cut-out 2. Insert the inlet and exhaust pipe to the 4098-XAD-100. Figure 2-6: Duct probe and flexible pipe installation 9. 6. 5. 22 . Test the operation of the system. Install the end caps to the inlet sampling probe and exhaust pipe. 6. Measure and mark the spots specified for the pipe mounting clips. 5. Dis-assemble the pipe compression adaptor coupling and insert the threaded end through the rubber grommet. Insert the flexible tube to the elbow connector. Tighten until secure. Check the pipe network design documents of the given application to gather the size. Insert the duct plate grommet to the duct probe mounting plate. Cut the flexible tubes to the correct length. 4.55 mm) holes in the duct wall. 10. If CPVC pipes are used. 7. 8. Flexible Tube/CPVC Pipe Installation 1. Assemble the pipe compression adaptor coupling.2" ( 50 mm . After successful completion of the test. bond the pipes together using suitable adhesive. secure the duct probe assembly to the duct. 3. inlet sampling probe and exhaust pipe. 2.0" in .2. 4. 3. Attach the appropriate labels to the duct wall near the sampling probe and exhaust pipe. Do not use adhesive on the inlet and outlet port connections. Using screws or rivets. 11. Refer to Table 1-1: 4098-XAD100 Open Area Application Accessories List for the part number of the sampling probe and exhaust pipe labels. 7.

configure the DIP switches as per the design specification. Make sure that each sensor is assigned a unique address which will identify it's physical location. 3. Install the front plate of the junction box.2 Installation and Configuration 2. 4.1 Sensor Address Configuration Simplex® 4098-XAD-100/110 Product Guide This section details the address configuration procedure of the 4098-XAD-100/110 detector when connected to a UL listed Simplex Fire Alarm Control Panel supplying IDNet™ or MAPNET II® communications.4. Attach the appropriate label for sensor identification and configuration record. Using a small screw driver or pen.4 Configuration 2. Figure 2-8: DIP switch 23 . Refer to the following table for detailed information on sensor address assignment. Note: The DIP switches are located at the interface card. The sensor address configuration procedure is critical part of the installation process. 5. Figure 2-7: DIP switches location Note: The DIP switch is configured to show sensor address 7.

4100ES. 4100+ or 4120 MAPNET II / IDNET address assignment 0000 1000 0100 1100 0010 1010 0110 1110 0001 1001 0101 1101 0011 1011 0111 1111 0000 0 16 32 48 64 80 96 112 128 144 160 176 192 208 224 240 1000 1 17 33 49 65 81 97 113 129 145 161 177 193 209 225 241 0100 2 18 34 50 66 82 98 114 130 146 162 178 194 210 226 242 1100 3 19 35 51 67 83 99 115 131 147 163 179 195 211 227 243 0010 4 20 36 52 68 84 100 116 132 148 164 180 196 212 228 244 1010 5 21 37 53 69 85 101 117 133 149 165 181 197 213 229 245 0110 6 22 38 54 70 86 102 118 134 150 166 182 198 214 230 246 1110 7 23 39 55 71 87 103 119 135 151 167 183 199 215 231 247 0001 8 24 40 56 72 88 104 120 136 152 168 184 200 216 232 248 1001 9 25 41 57 73 89 105 121 137 153 169 185 201 217 233 249 0101 10 26 42 58 74 90 106 122 138 154 170 186 202 218 234 250 1101 11 27 43 59 75 91 107 123 139 155 171 187 203 219 235 251 0011 12 28 44 60 76 92 108 124 140 156 172 188 204 220 236 252 1011 13 29 45 61 77 93 109 125 141 157 173 189 205 221 237 253 0111 14 30 46 62 78 94 110 126 142 158 174 190 206 222 238 254 1111 15 31 47 63 79 95 111 127 143 159 175 191 207 223 239 255 Notes: l l l l 2.4. The 4008 supports up to 200 devices on its IDNet™ channel User Functions Notes: l The relevant LED flashes continuously to indicate the function selected. 4010. Figure 2-9: 24 . The 4020 . 4020. l Pressing the SELECT key for longer than 1 second when the unit is unlocked will cause the unit to revert to normal operating mode. 4100+ and 4120 systems support up to 127 devices on each of their MAPNET II® with TrueAlarm® operation. The 4010. 4100U and 4100ES supports up to 250 devices on its IDNet™ channel. Step Through Functions Press and release SELECT key to sequentially step through functions.Simplex® 4098-XAD-100/110 Product Guide 2 Installation and Configuration Table 2-1: Simplex 4008.. Initialize Function Selection Press and hold SELECT and CHANGE keys simultaneously for 1 second to initialize function selection.2 Sensor address 0 and 251-255 are reserved for future use. Modify Settings Press and release CHANGE key to modify setting.

Example: Entering the number 5 into the system. When the number 5 LED illuminates. Table 2-2: Function Display Special Instructions Set fan speed POWER LED flashes - Set Flow Sensitivity FLOW OK flashes - Set the High Flow Threshold FLOW HIGH flashes - Set the Low Flow Threshold FLOW LOW flashes - Set FLOW DELAY time of both sensors FLOW HI and FLOW LO LEDs both flash See 2.5: Set-up Notesfor information on flow delays. 2.3 Simplex® 4098-XAD-100/110 Product Guide User Function Configuration Figure 2-10: Enable System Update 1. 2. the CODE LED flashes. Press the CHANGE key six times (pressing one time selects 0). During this operation. press the SELECT button. enter the three digit access code (510). FAN and POWER LEDs flash to indicate calibration in progress. The system will reset and revert to normal operating mode when flow calibration is completed. Calibrate Flow Sensors FAN FAULT LED flashes See : Flow Calibration Process 25 .: 1. Entering Numbers Into the System Each number is sequentially selected.4. The UNLOCK LED illuminates on successful entry Flow Calibration Process Press CHANGE key for at least 2 seconds to initiate the flow calibration process. To enable updates to the system.2 Installation and Configuration 2. Fan is temporarily stopped as part of the calibration process.

Only under extreme environmental conditions or non standard pipe configurations should decreasing the flow sensitivity be considered. 2.5.g. the default setting should be used. such as rapid changes in ambient air pressures due to air handling units.5. Table 2-3: Flow Delay Settings Bargraph LED Flow into Fault Delay (Seconds) Flow out of Fault Delay (Seconds) 0 15 2 1 30 18 2 60 18 3 90 18 4 120 18 5 150 18 6 180 18 7 210 18 8 240 18 9 270 18 Notes: l Timings are approximate. the default setting may appear to be too sensitive. 2. l The default flow delay setting is 1. prison cell applications) then it may be necessary to increase the delay between when flow limit has been exceeded and instigating a FLOW FAULT condition. doors opening/closing etc. For short pipe length applications. 2.Simplex® 4098-XAD-100/110 Product Guide 2. The default flow sensitivity value of 9 will configure the unit to declare a flow fault whenever there has been a change in volumetric airflow of ± 20% from the calibrated reading for at least the duration of the flow delay. Flow Limits and Flow Sensitivity need to be set for each installation prior to Flow Calibration and testing. For most installations. 26 . the flow delay setting should be increased to allow time for the air pressures to stabilize after the temporary event. make sure the transport time do not exceed the regulatory requirements (120 seconds). It is not possible to provide the ideal setting for all possible installations but the following guidelines should assist in the commissioning of the unit. the fan speed can be decreased to lower power consumption.5. In environments where the sampled airflow may be affected by sudden temperature or pressure changes. or if there is a risk of physical interference of the sampling point (e. This is particularly important for long pipe length installations.2 Flow Delays By default. an increase or decrease in flow beyond the FLOW HIGH and FLOW LO limits will result in a FLOW FAULT after a delay of approximately 30 seconds. When decreasing the fan speed. In certain circumstances.5 2 Installation and Configuration Set-up Notes The Fan Speed. Under these conditions. the fault condition will be cleared within 18 seconds.1 Fan Speed The fan speed should be set to level 9 to achieve the fastest transport time from the sampling point to the sensor.3 Flow Sensitivity This setting determines the units responsiveness in reporting blocked sampling points or broken pipes. Once the flow is returned to a normal level.

27 . refer to the instructions from the FACP manufacturer.2 Installation and Configuration 2. To adjust the sensitivity of the sensor.4 Simplex® 4098-XAD-100/110 Product Guide Sensor Sensitivity The sensitivity of the sensor is configured at the Fire Alarm Control Panel (FACP).5.

FLOW HI or FLOW LO light on. Ensure filters are clean.3: Pipe Network Specification. Increase fan speed and re-test.4. Ensure that recommended test method is used. Ensure flow calibration procedure has been carried out (2. 28 .4. Testing and Maintenance Simplex® 4098-XAD-100/110 Product Guide 3 Troubleshooting. Ensure the ribbon cable is fully seated into the main & display boards. Fan not running. Flow reading on bar graph unresponsive to broken/blocked pipe. Ensure that the FUSE is not blown and correctly fitted (1. Ensure the 24 VDC power supply to the interface card terminal 12 and 14 is within specification. Sensor unresponsive to smoke tests. Ensure the water trap is clear.3 Troubleshooting. Decrease Flow sensitivity setting and re-calibrate air flows (2. Ensure the sampling pipes are correctly installed.2: User Functions). Fan running OK.2: User Functions). Ensure sampling pipe installed correctly and undamaged (2. Ensure correct polarity of the power supply wiring connection.3: Pipe Network Installation). Flow reading on bar graph display moves erratically.1 Troubleshooting Figure 3-1: Problem Possible Solutions Power light flashing. Ensure that sampling holes and pipe length are within specification(Section 4.8: Fuse).4. Increase Flow sensitivity setting and re-calibrate air flows (2. and the cover is correctly fitted and fully sealed. No lights on display.2: User Functions). Testing and Maintenance 3. No lights on display. Ensure the sampling holes are not blocked.

Unplug the test port plug. Refer to 3: Troubleshooting. 29 . Testing and Maintenance. 4. Insert the rubber plug back to the test port hole to prevent airflow fault in the system.Simplex® 4098-XAD-100/110 Product Guide 3.2 3 Troubleshooting. smoke should be introduced to the furthest sampling point from the detector. functional check can be carried out with aerosol test smoke. Duct Application Testing 1. 2. perform system troubleshooting. The choice of smoke source is dependant on the installation but in all cases the smoke must be present for the duration of the test. l In cases where the control panel provides an alarm test facility.2 System Testing The installed system must be checked with the top cover securely fitted. Ensure that the system complies with manufacturer's instructions and all local and national code requirements. 3. Spray 3 to 5 seconds burst of smoke from smoke aerosol tester.1 Sensor Testing Open Area Application Testing With the unit powered up and top cover removed the sensors can be tested for functionality using methods described by the manufacturer e. 3. Testing and Maintenance Testing Notes: l Testing should only be carried out by qualified personnel. Figure 3-2: Smoke test port 3. To prevent unwanted alarms. If it is possible to get close to the sampling point then a basic.2.g. this may be used in place of the following alarm tests. Note: For open area applications. The smoke detector must ALARM within 10 seconds. Smoke Detector Aerosol Tester (553-673) (1). If the detector fails to alarm. ensure that the proper authorities have been informed and that the unit has been isolated from the fire system.2.

3 Simplex® 4098-XAD-100/110 Product Guide Magnet Testing Note: Perform the magnet test to check the functionality of 4098-XAD-100. If the detector is out of the normal operating range. the visible LED slowly flashes four times. If the detector still indicates other than normal sensitivity. Position the Magnet Tester (Part No. the detector latches into alarm if the detector is within calibration range and the visible LED stays ON. After the fourth flash. the detector latches into alarm and the visible LED staysON. once every two seconds. When in MAG TEST. the detector does NOT latch into alarm and the LED stops flashing and turns OFF 30 . The red LED flashes to indicate the condition of the sensor. twice a second. Following the sixth flash. 553-810) on either of the test area for four seconds. LESS SENSITIVE When in MAG TEST. Aerosol testing must also be performed to comply with NFPA requirements. if the detector is more sensitive than the maximum calibration.2. Refer to Table 3-1: Magnet test mode states and reactions for description of test results.3 Troubleshooting. replace the detector. Following the fourth flash. once every two seconds. the visible LED quickly flashes. NON-FUNCTIONAL If the detector is less sensitive than the minimum allowable sensitivity. the visible LED does not flash normally. the detector latches into alarm and the visible LED stays ON. it should be cleaned. if the detector is less sensitive than the minimum calibration. MORE SENSITIVE When in MAG TEST. Figure 3-3: Magnet test Table 3-1: Magnet test mode states and reactions State Normal Mode LED Flashes every 4 seconds Normal x More Sensitive x Less Sensitive x Non-Functional Mag Test Mode LED Flashes quickly 6 times in 3 seconds LED Flashes slowly 4 times in 8 seconds Latches in ALARM mode /LED stays ON x x x x x x NORMAL When in MAG TEST. Testing and Maintenance 3. the visible LED slowly flashes four times.

and it is recommended that the filter element is changed every 2 months or as necessary. Lift out the air inlet filter (80-0020-0) from the filter tube (tweezers or long nosed pliers are recommended for this operation). Remove the transparent cover. 2. Note: Maintenance should only be carried out by qualified personnel. l The system must be tested in accordance with inspection. Figure 3-4: Transparent cover removal 2.Simplex® 4098-XAD-100/110 Product Guide 3. Install the transparent cover. Ensure that the filter is not compressed during fitting and that it is positioned flush with the edge of the filter tube. To prevent unwanted alarms.1 Air Inlet Filter Replacement Procedure 3 Troubleshooting. Caution: When installing or servicing the unit. Fit a new air inlet filter. unscrew the tamper proof fasteners (four places). test and maintenance specifications as stated in NFPA 72. ensure that the proper authorities have been informed and that the unit has been isolated from the fire system. the filter element will eventually become contaminated with dust particles.3. . 3. 1. ensure that the operator is safely grounded so as to prevent electro-static discharge (ESD) damage to the unit. Figure 3-5: Air inlet filter removal Note: 31 l Detectors should be serviced in accordance with the manufacturer's recommendations.3 Maintenance 3. Testing and Maintenance With normal use. impeding airflow. Using the special tool provided (Tool 0793A). 4. The frequency of filter replacement depends on environmental conditions.

l The fan speed should be set to level 9 to achieve the fastest transport time from the sampling point to the sensor. See table below for typical Currents/Fan Speeds In-rush Current 680 mA for 30 milliseconds Operating Temperature 32ºF to 100ºF Operating Humidity 10 to 95% RH (non-condensing) Duct Air Velocities 0 . Supply Voltage 18 . 32 . including interference that may cause undesired operation 4.4000 FPM (1220 m/min) Certification This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. the fan speed can be decreased to lower power consumption. Results are based upon an 4098-XAD-100 installation with 10 m (33 ft) of standard.) aspirating pipe per sensor. Operation is subject to the following two conditions: 1.4 Specifications 4 Specifications 4.98 in. This is particularly important for long pipe length installations.1 General Specification Simplex® 4098-XAD-100/110 Product Guide Filtration Single stage dust particle filter Flow Monitoring Thermal device. When decreasing the fan speed. 10 element bar graph indication. l For short pipe length applications.30 VDC (24 VDC Nominal) Relay Contact Ratings 1 A @ 30 VDC Maximum Supply Current 350 mA @ 24 VDC with no aspirating pipe. make sure the transport time do not exceed the regulatory requirements (120 seconds). 25 mm (0. This device must accept any interference received. and 2.2 Typical Supply Current & Fan Speed Bargraph Value 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Fan Speed 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 110 120 130 150 170 190 220 235 265 300 Current (mA) Notes: l Typical current consumption figures for different fan speeds. This device may not cause harmful interference. The unit was powered from a 24 VDC power supply. high and low thresholds.

For open area applications: l All holes must be in the same space without any physical barriers.6 m) 5 1. l Low fault threshold = 4.all sampling holes must be located within the same protected space.4 50 ft (15 m) 3 1.4 50 ft (15 m) 4 1.4 25 ft (7.5 13/64" (5 mm) Holes 164 ft (50 m) 2 1 13/64" (5 mm) inlet probe/s 50 ft (15 m) 2 1. All figures are based on the following configurations: l Sensor model = 4098-9714 l Meets standard pipe configurations shown in 1. Date Published: August 2010 Part Number: 29593 Document Number: 18379 Version Number: 3 Simplex® 33 . l High fault threshold = 8 l Flexible tube ID = 12.6 m) 4 1.3 4 Specifications Pipe Network Specification The table shows the limits that should not be exceeded if the installation is to conform to the requirements.9: Pipe Network Configurations.5 25 ft (7.5 13/64" (5 mm) exhaust probe 11/64" (4 mm) inlet probe/s 11/64" (4 mm) exhaust probe 1/8" (3 mm) inlet probe/s 1/8" (3 mm) exhaust probe 13/64" (5 mm) inlet probe/s 13/64" (5 mm) exhaust probe 11/64" (4 mm) inlet probe/s 11/64" (4 mm) exhaust probe 1/8" (3 mm) inlet probe/s 1/8" (3 mm) exhaust probe Notes: l l In all installations with multiple holes in a single pipe .5 25 ft (7.7 mm (1/2 in) Table 4-1: Pipe network specifications Application Type Open Area Duct Sampling Hole Limits Maximum Pipe Length Holes per Pipe/Probe %obs/ft Sensitivity 5/16" (8 mm) End Hole 164 ft (50 m) 1 2. l The maximum protected space is 1800 square feet (549 square meters).6 m) 3 1. l Fan speed of 9 unless otherwise stated.Simplex® 4098-XAD-100/110 Product Guide 4.