Notifier PK-411 UD Windows – Based Off-Line Programming Utility

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K 411UD Programming Utility Manual the Fire 411UD and 411UDAC Alarm Communicator Transmitters is a Registered Trademark of Microsoft Corporation Fire Place CT 06472 203 484 7161 203 484 7118 Manuals Online 50802 Rev 50802 B ECN 98 487 1999 Precautions to the following will aid in problem free with long term reliability Several different sources of power can connected to the fire alarm control panel all sources of power before servicing unit and associated equipment may be by removing and or inserting cards mod or interconnecting cables while the unit is ener Do not attempt to install service or operate unit until this manual is read and understood System Reacceptance Test after Soft Changes To ensure proper system operation product must be tested in accordance with NFPA Chapter 7 after any programming operation or in site specific software Reacceptance test is required after any change addition or deletion system components or after any modification or adjustment to system hardware or wiring components circuits system operations or functions known to be affected by a change be 100 tested In addition to ensure that operations are not inadvertently affected at 10 of initiating devices that are not directly by the change up to a maximum of 50 must be tested and proper system operation system meets NFPA requirements for operation 0 49o C and at a relative humidity of 85 RH 30o C However the useful life the system standby batteries and the electronic may be adversely affected by extreme ranges and humidity Therefore it is that this system and its peripherals be in an environment with a nominal room of 60 80o F that wire sizes are adequate for all initiating indicating device loops Most devices cannot more than a 10 I R drop from the specified voltage all solid state electronic devices this may operate erratically or can be damaged subjected to lightning induced transients no system is completely immune from transients and interferences proper will reduce susceptibility Overhead or aerial wiring is not recommended due to increased susceptibility to nearby lightning Consult with the Technical Services if any problems are anticipated or AC power and batteries prior to or inserting circuit boards Failure to do can damage circuits all electronic assemblies prior to any filing reaming or punching of the When possible make all cable entries the sides or rear Before making modifica verify that they will not interfere with transformer and printed circuit board not tighten screw terminals more than 9 in Over tightening may damage threads in reduced terminal contact pressure and with screw terminal removal Always ground yourself with a wrist strap before handling any circuits so static charges are removed from the body static suppressive packaging protect assemblies removed from the unit and programming manuals These must be followed to avoid damage to control panel and associated equipment operation and reliability depend upon installation Alarm System Limitations W hile installing a fire alarm system may make lower insurance possible it is not a substitute for fire insurance automatic fire alarm system typically made of smoke detectors heat detectors manual pull audible warning devices and a fire alarm with remote notification capability can pro early warning of a developing fire Such a however does not assure protection against damage or loss of life resulting from a fire fire alarm system may fail for a variety of detectors may not sense fire where cannot reach the detectors such as in in walls in roofs or on the other side closed doors Smoke detectors also may not a fire on another level or floor of a building second floor detector for example may not a first floor or basement fire Furthermore types of smoke detectors both ionization and types have sensing limitations No of smoke detector can sense every kind of caused by carelessness and safety hazards smoking in bed violent explosions escaping improper storage of flammable materials electrical circuits children playing matches or arson Smoke detectors must be in the same room as the control panel in rooms used by the system for the connec of alarm transmission wiring communica signaling and or power If detectors are not located a developing fire may damage the system crippling its ability to report a fire warning devices such as bells may alert people if these devices are located on other side of closed or partly open doors or located on another floor of a building fire alarm system will not operate without electrical power If AC power fails the will operate from standby batteries for a specified time heat detectors may be subject reduced sensitivity over time For this the rate of rise feature of each detector be tested at least once per year by a fire protection specialist used in the system may not be compatible with the control panel is essential to use only equipment listed for with your control panel lines needed to transmit alarm from a premise to a central monitoring may be out of service or temporarily most common cause of alarm however is inadequate mainte All devices and system wiring should be and maintained by professional fire alarm following written procedures supplied each device System inspection and testing be scheduled monthly or as required by and or local fire codes Adequate written of all inspections should be kept Manuals Online of Contents CHAPTER 1 Product Description 6 Main Features 6 CHAPTER 2 Getting Started 8 Basic System Requirements 9 System Microprocessor 9 Memory and Drive Requirements 9 Monitor 9 Mouse 9 Microsoft Windows Environment 9 About Modems 10 Compatible Modems 10 Cable Connections 11 Inventory 11 2 1 Windows 3.1 Dialog Box 11 Loading Software

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