Conventional Fire Alarm Control Panel with 4 Zones
Key Specifications/Special Features
- Sixteen Style B (Class B) Initiating Device Circuits (IDCs).
- All zones accept two-wire smoke detectors and any normally-open contact devices.
- One built-in, Style Y (Class B) Notification Appliance (Signal) Circuits (NACs).
- Alarm, Trouble and Supervisory, relays standard.
- 24-volt operation.
- Resettable four-wire smoke detector power @ 500 mA.
- Non-resettable power @ 500 mA.
- One-man walk-test programmable for silent or audible test.
- Disable/Enable control per IDC.
- Reverse polarity protection.
The information provided in this manual covers the fire+ 1-16 fire alarm
control panel. The fire range is designed to meet the requirements of EN54
Parts 2 & 4.
This product should be installed, commissioned and maintained by suitably
qualified service personnel with reference to IEE regulations and any
The fire+ 1-16 range of fire alarm control panels are microprocessor
controlled and are available with 1 to 16 sense zones (detector zones)
dependent on the model. The panels have 2 alarm zones (bell zones),
zone disable facility, one man test, a class change input, non-latching facility,
a permanent 28V fused supply, a 28V supply energised on fire, one set of
volt free changeover contacts which operate on fault, and two sets of volt
free changeover contacts which operate on fire.
Before proceeding with the installation, please read the section Panel
Installation of the panel should be carried out by qualified personnel.
Using the metal box as a template, mark the position of the fixing holes on
the wall. Drill and plug the wall, then screw the panel to the wall. Ensure
the panel is free from knockout discs, swarf and other debris.
Do not remove any end of line resistors from the panel until after the
following test is performed.
With all end of line resistors fitted inside the panel, connect the panel mains
supply to an exclusive 240V AC fused supply. Switch the mains supply on.
The internal buzzer will sound. Connect two sealed lead acid batteries to
the panel - they should be connected in series providing a 24V DC supply.