The D305 does not have the ability to trip the control panel or smoke head into alarm. The D305 Test Plate only toggles the alarm LED and relays of the D332A, FAD-325-R and FAD-325-V2F-R. The only way to get the control panel to display an alarm or supervisory from the Analog Hochiki DUCT Detectors is by using UL Listed canned smoke (refer to the testing procedure below). Currently the only work-around is to connect a single point module (D334A, D339A, FLM-325-IM, FLM-325-I4, FLM-325-I4-A or FLM-325-I4-AI) to one of the alarm relays of the D332A, FAD-325-R or FAD-325-V2F-R. *Note: If the customer installed the D331A, FAD-325, or FAD-325- V2F we have no way of using the D305 to trip the panel into alarm. Option 2 - Replace the DUCT Housing (D331A, D332A, FAD-325, FAD-325-R, FAD-325- V2, or FAD-325- V2-R) and Test Plates (D305) with D341P Conventional DUCT Housing with Head, D344-RT Remote Test Plate, and D339A, D334A, FLM-325-IM, FLM-325-I4, FLM-325-I4-A or FLM-325-I4-AI Analog Single Point Monitor Module. The downside is that the customer will lose the ability to read the sensitivity of the DUCT through the control panel web-browser. Testing Procedure (D331A, D332A, FAD-325, FAD-325-R, FAD-325- V2, or FAD-325- V2-R) Install the detector housing. The green Pilot LED on the housing’s front lights. Remove the head. The Pilot LED goes out to indicate head supervision. Replace the head and reset the FACP. Test the detector’s operation. Light a piece of clothesline and place it approximately 3 in. (7.6 cm) from the head. Blow across the lighted area toward the detector head. The Alarm LED lights within 1 min and the two alarm relays energize shorting Terminal 8 to 9 and Terminal 11 to 12. Reset the housing. The detector momentarily resets and returns to the alarm condition. Perform this operation several times. After 5 min, the smoke in the detector head clears and the detector remains reset. Replace the cover.
Listed in the table below you will find the old DS MUX Device part number with the new MUX Device replacement. Replacement Part Numbers Old DS MUX Devices Description FPE-7039, D7039 DS9331, DS9431R MUX Card D7050-B6 MXB2W MUX Base D7044 MX361 Single Point D7044M MX361M Mini Single Point FMM-7045 MX310 Pull Station FMM-7045D MX310D Dual Action Pull Station D7052 MX363 Dual Point Module D7053 MX46 I/O Input/Output Modules D7050 MX250 MUX Smoke Head D7050TH MX250TH MUX Smoke Head with 135 Heat Sensor .
Perform these steps to enable the D7024, FPD-7024, DS9400, DS9400I, and DS9400M for RPS programming via phone line with a compatible RPS modem: Press (0) Enter Program Mode. Enter Pin (Default is 9876). Press (6) Accounts. Press (4) Ring Count. Set Ring Count to (02) #. Press the (*) key two times or until you see PROGRAM MODES. Press (3) System. Press (7) Remote Program. Press (1) Enable. Press the (*) key five times to Exit Program Mode. You need to dial Line 1 on the panel. It is the second line down on the panel (it is NOT the line in the top right). Before connecting with RPS, perform an Auto-Learn with at least one Mux Device connected to the Mux loop, then send your RPS program to the panel. Press (0) Enter Program Mode. Enter Pin (default is 9876). Press (9) Program Mux. Press (4) Auto Program. Press (1) Yes.
The FPA-1000, FAP-1000-UL and FPA-1000-V2 all have the option to use 2 FPE-1000-SLC Loop cards. Each loop card on panel with Firmware less then 1.09 only support address 1 to 127 on each loop card, from firmware 1.10 and higher each loop card supports address 1 to 254. So it is possible to have to devices with the same address but on different loop cards. The the panel the keypad will display the following on the top line. The Event Type (Trouble, Fire, Supervisory) follow by XX-Y-AAA.A, (XX = Panel ID) (Y = Address Assignment, 0 - Web Page, 1 - SLC1, 2 - SLC2, Mainboard, or 4 - Option Bus) Followed (AAA.A The Device Address) .
Panel part numbers - FPD-7024, FPA-1000, FPA-1000-UL, and FPA-1000-V2. Network Card part numbers for the FPD-7024, DX4020, B420, and B426. Cellular option for the FPD-7024 part numbers B450 (Interface for Cellular Card) B440, B441, B442, B443, and B444.
This article discusses how to send reports to the CS (Central Monitoring Station) from the FPA-1000-V2. We can network up to 8 of the FPA-1000-V2 panels together. Each panel can report to the CS by itself, or one panel can report for all. In either configuration, each panel needs its own unique account number.
From RPS in the following panels DS9400, DS9400I, DS9400M, D7024, and FPD-7024 you have the option to set Anti-takeover Setting to one of the following. a.)Allow all local programming: All programming items may be accessed from the local keypad. b.) Lock phone/account numbers only: All programming except phone numbers and account numbers may be accessed from the local keypad. c.) Lock all local programming (except Date/Time and all user PINs): Allows only the Date and Time to be set from a local keypad.