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    Fire alarm system plays an important part of the fire and life safety of building and its occupants. Fire alarm system main function is to detect a fire at a sufficiently early stage so that the people who are at risk can made safely either by escaping as fast as possible or extinguishing the fire that can also reduce or prevent the property damage. Therefore, a reliability and functionality of fire alarm system as a whole is very important. 

    The following are the different types of the Fire Alarm System:

    1. Conventional fire alarm system

    a. Conventional fire alarm system uses physical cabling to connect several detectors and call points. Conventional fire alarm system has no way to identify immediately the exact location of the fire, but can be arranged in “Zones” to easily identify the location of the cause of the alarm. Its devices are cheaper but will consume more cable wires compare to addressable, since each device will be connected to the control panel by its own cable wire. This system are mainly used specially in smaller property.
    conventional fire alarm system Wiring diagram 

    2. Addressable fire alarm system

    a. Addressable fire alarm system has the same detection principle, except that each detector can be given a set address that can help to identify the exact location of the detector that initiated the alarm, that can be seen in the fire alarm control panel. Addressable fire alarm system saves a lot of wire compare to conventional system, since the devices can share one cable wires up to the last device. Both ends of the wire is loop connected to the fire alarm control panel. This system are very suitable for large and high buildings, since they are able to pinpoint exactly which devices are triggering the alarm.
    addressable fire alarm system Wiring diagram

    3. Wireless fire alarm system

    a. Wireless fire alarm system, is hassle-free to install compare to conventional and addressable since it does not use any conduit and cable wires. However, even though you saved a lot of money in material and labor cost, the hardware and programming are higher than the wired systems. The devices are battery powered and can be placed anywhere and can be easily relocate if needed.
    wireless fire alarm system

    Fire Alarm System Components 

    The main component of fire alarm system are the following:
    1. Fire Alarm Control Panel
    Fire Alarm Control Panel is the brain or central hub of a fire alarm system. It displays the location and status of the alarm devices, and it gives precise location of the device that cause the alarm.
    fire alarm control panel
    2. Fire Alarm Initiating Devices
    Fire Alarm Initiating Devices are the devices that detects signs of fire and triggers the alarm. They are connected to the fire alarm system control panel. Initiating devices includes smoke detectors, heat detectors, flame detectors, manual pull station and fire sprinkler water flow switch.
    Fire Alarm Initiating Devices
    3. Fire Notification Devices
    Fire Notification Devices are the audible and visual devices in fire alarm system, it includes fire alarm horn, speaker and bell. Its main function is to alert people at risk in the event of a fire, that is why it is considered as the most important components of fire alarm system.
    Fire Notification Devices
    4. Primary Power Supply
    Primary power supply is typically supplied by the local utility, and also from generators that are located in remote areas wherein the electrical grid is not available. 
    5. Backup Power Supply
    Backup power supply commonly supplied by batteries and stored internally or adjacent to main fire alarm control panel or can be also from generator. It must also provide a 24 hours of power supply to control panel in case of power shortage.

    How Fire Alarm System Works? 

    In an event of a fire emergency, the fire alarm system main role is to detect fire and to alert people at risk inside the building and emergency response team to control the situation as fast as possible. Fire alarm system key functions is to detect (by the use of smoke detectors, heat detectors, flame detectors, etc.) , alert (by the use alarm horn, speaker, and bell), and monitor (control panel). 

    Fire Alarm System Maintenance 

    A functioning and well-maintained fire alarm devices can help reduce injuries, save lives and properties. The fire safety systems inspection, routine maintenance, and testing will help one in keeping in compliance with the local/state fire inspectors and also their insurance carrier. To keep the best condition of the fire alarm devices, it is advisable to keep a scheduled maintenance and check the following: 
    1. Checking of physical appearance of the fire alarm devices
    2. Smoke Detectors should be cleaned & tested for sensitivity levels (addressable type)
    3. Fire alarm control panel should be tested for all alarm, trouble, supervisory, reset & silence function
    4. Checking of the devices power supply
    5. Checking/ replacement of batteries
    6. Checking/ removal of any obstruction on the devices that may cause false alarm or malfunctioning
    7. Checking if the alarm is audible
    8. Devices must be replaced when exceeded 10 years from the manufactured date

     

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4 Zone Fire Alarm Control Panel AW-CFP2166-4-8
The AW-CFP2166 series conventional fire alarm panel is designed based on EN54 part 2&4 standard. And it is the central part of conventional fire alarm system, designed for applications requiring smoke...
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    The AW-CFP2166 series conventional fire alarm panel is designed based on EN54 part 2&4 standard.
    4 Zone Fire Alarm Control Panel
    And it is the central part of conventional fire alarm system, designed for applications requiring smoke detector, bell, manual pull stations, and sprinkler supervision. Each zone can be disabled by a button. The basic unit offers 1 to 8 zones of initiation, up to 16 zones for larger applications.

    Main indication on main board
     
    1.1Fire alarm indication
    At the top area of the panel is the main display. When enter to fire alarm, the red FIRE LED lights. If the outputs:
    Sounder/ Fire protection/ Fire routing did not disabled or have any faults, red ACTIVE LED light.
    1.2Fault display on main board
    Any fault occurs, General Fault indicator lights.
    On the panel, main display area has 4 outputs: Sounder/ Fire protection/ Fire routing/ Fault routing, if all being wet mode and did not disabled, any fault indicates on the panel. Faults fall into short and open.
    On the left, other faults include mains fault/ battery fault/ earth fault/ fuse fault/ system fault.
    Mains fault: there is no mains power comes to panel. Pull mains plug up, check if wires connect hard. Or fuse is break on the EMI board. Of course, premise your lamp is lighting.
    Battery fault: there is no power comes from batteries. Check the battery switch on, if wires connected well. Of course, premise you have got 2 batteries inside. If all these above are ok, batteries are too old to supply power, change them.
    Earth fault: there are some points on PCBs contact to enclosure. Insure wires connected clearness.
    Fuse fault: the fuse on power board broken. Get it out and put another one inside.
    System fault: open the door, check if every zonal board has a green LED flashing organized. Or if your 4 bits DIP switches are dialed correctly.
    1.3Disablement indication
    The 4 outputs, if anyone disabled, corresponding “disable” lights and “General Disable” lights.
    1.4Indication of operation
    Except 4 outputs, we have another 4 buttons: Test/ Reset/ Evacuate/ Silence, when touch off, the LED belongs to lights and trigger corresponding outputs.
  • 4 Zone Fire Alarm Control Panel Specification
    1. It is modularized design, the panel can expend from 1 zone to 32 zones easily.
    2. It has 2 level control mode by a lock
    3. It has 24VDC and 5VDC power supply output.
    4. It has FIRE and FAULT signal output.
    5. It has 2 general sounders output.
    6. Each zone has 1 circuit detectors input
    7. Each zone can be disable by a button.
    8. It has RESET button to reset the panel.
    9. It has SILENCE button to stop BUZZER and SOUNDERS.
    10. It has EVACUATE button to start a manual fire alarm immediately.
    11. It has battery low protection function, when battery voltage lower than 21VDC
    battery will be cut off automatically until the mains power is on.
    12. It has an optional GSM module for fire alarm by SMS
     

  • AC INPUT
     
    220VAC 50HZ
    +10%
        -15%
    DC OUTPUT 24VDC typical
    Voltage for MCU 5V for power board MCU, 3.3V for others
    Current at 24VDC from PSE 450mA standby current
    Maximum current from PSE 2A except batteries charge
    Batteries current 1.85A maximum, current limited
     
    Auxiliary output
    24VDC +/- 10%, 100 mA max,
    current limited, monitored
     
    Batteries
    2*12V/ 2.3Ah sealed lead acid gel,
    self-regulated
      2*12V/ 7Ah if needed
    Battery replace Resistance 2Ω±10% if needed
    Battery low-voltage protection 22.2V
    Detectors connection allowed each zone 20 (except MCPs)
    Zone alarm current 6mA minimum/ 27mA maximum
    Sounder output 2*0.75A maximum
    Fire protection 100mA maximum
    Fire routing 100mA maximum
    Fault routing 100mA maximum
    Communication protocol 2 wires RS485 bus system
    Relay contacts rating Dry contacts (NO/NC) 1A @24VDC
    EOL resistor for zone 6.8K 1W
    EOL resistor for outputs 6.8K 1W
    Fuse on power board 3A/ 250V glass tube fuse 20mm
    Fuse on EMI board 1A/ 250V glass tube fuse 20mm
     
    Environmental
    Class A temperature range: -5 to 40°C (23~104°F)
    Humidity: 5 to 95% RH, non-condensing
     
    Terminal blocks rating
    All terminals rated for 12 to18 AWG
    (0.75 to 2.5 mm2)