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EST3, 3X + SIGNATURE SERIES

Mid-Range 3X

Mid-Range 3X
Benefits
R&D based on VOC inputs
Competitiveness
Application & Installation
Business Efficiency
Product Overview
Main Panels
Networking
Audio Evacuation
Diagnostics & Programming

Addressing Customer VOC

Phasing out EST2


EST2 simply out of horsepower,
Many end of life components, no synchronization

Replacing bigger QuickStart versions


End of Life requirements

Competitiveness

Competitiveness

New features provide specification


advantage

New features provide specification


advantage

User Interface
Rotary control
Simple user controls & indicators
Big screen provides greater amount of
information

TCP/IP enabled CPU


10Mb upload/downloads
Future services easy to integrate
Builds a core for the future
Cost effective expansion capabilities
1 to 6 loops
Networkable

Competitiveness

Application/Installation

Patented Battery Voltage Boost

Minimum NAC Terminal voltage 22.5V even @ low battery


(20.4V).
Smaller (AWG) cables needed for equivalent distances.
Longer cable runs on equivalent cables

Wide variety of configurations


Standalone panel supports up to 30 remote
annunciators as standard
Small Network, single building or campus
Networkable to EST3
Releasing, Smoke control, MNEC Listings

1.5 Amps
2 Amps
3 Amps

16 AWG 3.4 Vdrop


16 AWG 6.5Vdrop
14 AWG 3.4 Vdrop
14 AWG 6.5 Vdrop
12 AWG 3.4 Vdrop
12 AWG 6.5 Vdrop
0

200

400

600

800

Maximum Wire Run (Feet)

1000

1200

1400

Application/Installation
Installation Advantages
VS style diagnostics for Power & Signature Devices
EST3 programming - Same rules
Synchronization & NACs provide onboard
loops/NACs synchronization

3X Product Overview
Features
Red or Bronze colors
Multi-message LCD
Rotary control operation
1 Loop std, expandable to 2
loops
10 amp power supply
4 on board NACs

Business Efficiency
Training
Updated Hardware self study course
3x incorporated into EST3 programming
courses
Bridge course for EST3 trained
Existing Parts
Option cards are EST3
Programming
SDU expanded, one for all
Service
Same techs for EST3 now service 3X
Ethernet provides remote access

3X Product Overview
Features
3 option card slots
3 optional LED/Switch
Optional integrated digital audio
Up to 6 loops, 1500 devices
Up to 30 R-series annunciators

3X Product Overview

3X Product Overview
System Capabilities

Network expansion

4 built in NACs

Remote
Annunciation up to 30
SLC, #2 opt & 3
optional rail cards

SLC, 1
std, 250
points

User Interface
Extra large backlit LCD
8 concurrent messages
3 option slots for LED/Switch
Controls
Ample labeling on switch/led
strips
EST3 message routing
4 Queue operation

Central monitoring
Ethernet
Programming &
diagnostics

MNEC

3X System Components
Major System Hardware:
> 3X-SFSIB CPU, 10A Power Supply, One loop
controller, Bronze Cabinet
> 3X-SFSIR CPU, 10A Power Supply, One loop
controller, Red Cabinet
> 3X-NET8 Network Card for 3X Panels Only
> 3X-FIB8 Same as above for fiberoptic cable
> 3X-NET RS485, Class B for 3X & EST3 network
> 3X-ETH1 10/100 Ethernet Adapter
> 3X-PMI Paging Microphone Interface, 8channel
> CLA-PS10 4 x NACs Class A Adapter Card
> 3-SDC1 Two-loop expander card at base panel
> Other LRMs of EST3 can be use used with 3X
> New range of LED/Switch strips

4X-24R
4X-12SR
4X-12/S1GY or 4x-12/S1RY
4X-6/3S1G2Y OR 4X-6/3S1GYR
4X-4/3SGYWR

3X System Components
Main System Controller

new TCP/IP enabled uP

1 Loop std, 2nd optional, Class A or B

connections

3 on board relays

pluggable terminals

3X System Components

Main System Controller


RS485 for R-series annunciators, up to
30 per panel (window or mimic type)
3 optional EST3 rail cards
Optional Ethernet connection
1 amp aux power
Network connections w/optional network
card

3X System Components
Power Supply
10 amp total 24V DC switching power
supply
4 on board NACs, 3 amp each
Integrated Genesis synchronization
Aux power selection per NAC
Aux control for doors

3X System Components
Power Supply
65 AH battery charger
Features voltage boost, NACs/Aux
never below 22.5vdc
Universal AC input 90-264 VAC
Viewable currents & voltages in SDU

Networking
Small Networked System, 3X-NET8
Up to eight 3X panels
Up to 4000 Intelligent devices
Up to 1500 Intelligent devices per
panel
Class B or Class A network
configuration

Networking
Large System
Integrates to EST3 networks for up to
64 nodes
Full support of digital audio network
Optional cards include support for
3-ZA20 & 3-ZA40 amplifiers, Modcom,
3-IDC8/4
Security events displayed, 3-SAC not
supported
Media - RS485, Fiber, Short Haul or
combinations

Remote Annunciation
Local Annunciators
Up to 30 R-series LCD, LED or Driver interface
per node
R-series do not require download
GCI & GCIX provide cost effective graphic solutions
Inputs/Outputs/LEDs programmable through rules &
Labels
Network annunciators
Supports EST3 network annunciators

Audio
Integrated Audio
Full digital audio for 3X networks
8 channels of audio
2 minutes of onboard programmable message storage
High quality paging microphone
Remote microphone options
Aux inputs for MNEC applications
Uses rail mounted amplifiers ie ZA20 & ZA40 series

Networking
Small Networked System
Cost effective remote annunciators
on each node
RS485, Fiber network media
EST3 functionality for smaller network
applications
Short haul modems

3-SDU Diagnostics

3-SDU Diagnostics

Power Supply
Currents available for each NAC showing min, max,
actual, averages
Total Supply current, standby and alarm
Currents allow validation
of alarm and standby calculations plus NAC ckt loading

Power Supply
Provides graph of AC line
behavior
2 battery graphs, voltage
and charging current
min, max, average, actual
stored for battery charging
current
Saved graphs can be used
to determine battery health

Signature Series II

3-SDU Diagnostics
Signature
Device status screen shows information in a simple
format
Counters now show device communication health
Graphical view of compensation

10/21/2014

EST Life Safety and Communications

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Signature Series II
What is Signature Series II
Features and Benefits of Series II
Understanding CO
CO Legislation
Relevant CO Definitions, Codes and Regulation

What is Signature Series II


New Series II Devices
SIGA2-COS (CO only)
SIGA2-HCOS (Heat & CO)
SIGA2-PCOS (Photo & CO)
SIGA2-PHCOS (Photo\Heat & CO)
2-SCRPL1 & 2-SCRPL2 replacement smoke chamber
2-CORPL CO replacement module
New Modules and Sounder Bases
SIGA-TCDR Temporal Coder
SIGA-AB4GT Audible Base for CO coding by zone

Features & Benefits


Key Features - Sensors
New shape with a lower profile

What is Signature Series II


Innovative enhancements to proven device
technology
New shape, lower profile
Field replaceable photo chamber
Intelligent replaceable CO module
Compatible with Signature series bases

What is Signature Series II


Innovative enhancements to proven intelligent device technology

What is Signature Series II

Separation of sensors, two


sensor event types per device

3 thermistor sensors provide


symmetrical thermal response
Polarized design for improved
installation

What is Signature Series II

New Sensor Models Replace Current Signature Series


SIGA2-PS (Photo only)
SIGA2-PHS (Photo/Heat)
SIGA2-HRS(Heat Rate of Rise)
SIGA2-HFS (Heat Fixed Temperature)
Existing Signature Series Models
SIGA-IS (Ionization only)
SIGA-IPHS (Ionization/Photo/Heat

Replacement Smoke Chamber; 2-SCRPL1 & 2SCRPL2


The optic chamber can be removed to be cleaned or
replaced due to contamination
The SIGA-CORPL life safety CO module - 2-CORPL
CO alarm, CO supervisory, CO monitoring
Six year lifespan
EOL (end of life) signaling and reporting
No calibration needed

Features & Benefits


Key Features - Sensors
Modular design
Replaceable CO Sensor
Replaceable Photoelectric
Sensor
New report for CO end of life
Quick CO Testing

Features & Benefits


Key Features - Sensors
New split sensor
programming
Sensors can change on
the fly
New Alternate Sense
function
Different Sensitivities
Different Alarm
Verification
Different Device Type

Features & Benefits


Lowest installed cost
Existing wiring, auto download electric addressing, 250 device
loop capacity, EMI immunity and electronic device mapping
Superior diagnostics
Ground fault detection by module, each head stores: serial
number, device type, hours of operation, analog value of each
sensor from last alarm (signature), 32 diagnostic codes
False alarm immunity
Multiple sensor technology, 2 levels of environmental
compensation, day/night sensitivity, 2 levels of dirty detector
warning , 20 pre-alarm settings, 5 sensitivity settings

Features & Benefits


Key Features Devices
Temporal Coder Module SIGA-TCDR
Sounder Base for Coding SIGA-AB4GT
TC4 NFPA 720 CO 0.1 s on, 0.1 s off, 0.1 s on, 0.1 s off, 0.1 s on, 0.1 s off, 0.1 s on, 5.1 s off
5.8 sec

TC3 NFPA 72 Fire 0.5 s on, 0.5 s off, 0.5 s on, 0.5 s off, 0.5 s on, 1.5 s off
4 sec

Features & Benefits


Intelligent Detection
Microprocessor based decision made at the head, distributed
processing, broadcast polling, fast response/ low
communication speed, fast accurate detection
Broad range of Devices
Detectors: Optical, Thermal, CO, Optical/Thermal,
Optical/CO, Thermal/CO; Optical/Thermal/CO
Modules: Single input, Dual input, Single input/output,
Relay, Single Notification, Dual riser select, Universal
Versatility
Choose the right device for wall box or Rack Mounting

Features & Benefits


EST3 for all Signature Series II functionality (EST3X)
New split sensor programming
New report for CO end of life
New Alternate Sense function
Different Sensitivities
Different Alarm Verification
Different Device Type
Quick CO Testing

What is CO?
CO is the chemical abbreviation for Carbon Monoxide.
CO is the #1 cause of poisoning in the US.
Common sources are home heaters, fire places, gas
appliances, engine powered tools and lawnmowers,
grills, and car exhaust.
CO is colorless, tasteless, odorless gas and cannot be
noticed by humans or pets.
That is why its called The Silent Killer

QuickStart, EST2, FCC and IRC3 functionality


Support only SIGA2-PS, -HRS and HFS
Support SIGA2-PHS in combination mode only
Currently no CO support.

CO Codes and Standards


UL 2034, Standard for Single and Multiple Station Carbon Monoxide
Alarms
UL2075, Standard for Safety Gas and Vapor Detectors and Sensors
NFPA 72, National Fire Alarm and Signaling Code
Treats CO sensors as part of a combination system, which is not
fire alarm and may be identified as a Supervisory event
NFPA 720 Standard for the Installation of Carbon Monoxide (CO)
Detection and Warning Equipment
OSHA Commercial and Industrial Standards (air quality)

CO Alarm Versus Co Detector


Regulatory authorities use the
alarm and detector
nomenclature to differentiate
applications,
CO Detectors are Listed to UL
2075 & are connected to burg. &
fire control panels.
CO Alarms are single station
stand alone models Listed to UL
2034.

EST Model 250-CO and SIGA2COS CO Detector (listed to UL


2075)

CO Codes and Standards

CO Codes and Standards

Highlight of NFPA 720 Standard for the Installation of


Carbon Monoxide (CO) Detection and Warning
Equipment - 2009 Edition
Introduces concept of a CO detection systems (NFPA
720 3.3.19)
Carbon Monoxide Detection System
Combination Carbon Monoxide Detection System
(non-fire)
Combination System (NFPA 72)
Fire Alarm System (NFPA 72)
House Hold Carbon Monoxide Detection System

CO Codes and Standards


NFPA 720 - 3.3.19.3 Combination System
What does it Mean?
Can do both as previously detailed
Combination Fire and CO.
Device type and standby/alarm requirements the same
dependant on system designation
Supervisory when monitoring CO Alarms
*Alarm when monitoring CO Detectors
Signature II
Is considered a CO Detector (alarm activation).
Audible base is considered a notification appliance and not a
part of the detector combination. Considered a CO Alarm
(Supervisory activation).

NFPA 720 - 3.3.19.2 Combination Carbon Monoxide


Detection System (Non-Fire)

Devices need to be programmed as Alarm


CO alarm is a distinct signal
Non-CO circuitry faults cannot affect system operation
Power requirement same as CO detection system
3.3.19.1

HIGHLIGHTS OF NFPA 72 2010 CHANGES

Extended Coverage To Include All Emergencies


Device Location & Mounting
Remote LED indicators for Detectors Located in Concealed Spaces (17.4.8)
Addition of Chapter 24 Dedicated to System Using EVACS
Carbon Monoxide Detection 23.8.4.7 & 29.9
Fire Extinguisher Monitoring (17.15 & 23.8.4.11)
Video Detection (17.16.4)
Water Level & Temperature Supervision (17.16.3/4)
Class of Circuits & Pathways (no more Style 6, 7, etc.)
Circuits & Pathways Survivability (Chapter 12)
Low Frequency, 520 Hz, Sounders in Sleeping Rooms (eff. Jan 2014)
Intelligibility Testing of EVACS in ADS (as defined by AHJ) A New Design Focus for
ECS
Massive Changes Necessitates Handbook

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