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Syncro Multi-loop Analogue Addressable Fire Control Panel

344.25

The Syncro is an analogue addressable fire detection and alarm control panel capable of covering a maximum of 96 zones with 2 or 4 detection loops and 126 devices per loop for Apollo protocol, 127 devices per loop for Hochiki protocol or 240 device per loop for Argus Vega protocol. Syncro also supports loop-powered sounders.

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Description

The Syncro is an analogue addressable fire detection and alarm control panel capable of covering a maximum of 96 zones with 2 or 4 detection loops and 126 devices per loop for Apollo protocol, 127 devices per loop for Hochiki protocol or 240 device per loop for Argus Vega protocol. Syncro also supports loop-powered sounders.

Any number of devices can be allocated to any zone ensuring that any system configuration can be easily accommodated.
To ensure that the system is installed and commissioned with the minimum of trouble, it should be carefully planned before the installation is begun.
This involves allocating an address to each device and allocating a message of up to 40 characters (including spaces) to each address to assist in the location of the devices.

Devices should then be grouped into zones in accordance with the appropriate fire detection systems design standard and building plans.
The control panel can be configured using the switches on the front as described in the menu descriptions at the back of this manual or more comprehensively, using the Loop Explorer PC configuration utility and download lead which is available as a separate item.
A fire alarm call point should be located near the panel.

The Syncro control panel offers an extensive list of features and options for the control and monitoring of plant, equipment and sounders, which can be, configured via a PC configuration programme or the front panel controls.
In addition to the EN54-2 options with requirements below, the panel also supports facilities such as Day/Night sensitivity changes, programmable Function buttons and programmable auxiliary indications on the front of the panel.

The range of compatible devices includes optical and ionisation smoke sensors, heat sensors, multi-sensors, switch monitors and relay or bell controllers. Interfaces to conventional detection systems can also be catered for using zone-monitoring devices.
Each loop offers an addressing range from 1 to 127 (Hochiki), 1 – 126 (Apollo) or 1 – 240 (Argus Vega). However, devices such as the switch monitors and bell controllers have “Sub-addresses” in addition to their main address. Each panel can be configured to recognise up to 800 sub-addresses. These can be all on one loop or spread across 4 loops as required.

Therefore a switch monitor for example, may have a main address of 123, input 1 sub-address 123.1 and input 2 sub-address 123.2. (three addresses from 800 available). The sub-addresses can be treated as if they were individual addresses i.e. each can be allocated to any zone, given an individual address message and be operated on by different cause and effect tables.

Important: This control panel should be used only with compatible fire system components. i.e. Apollo Series 90/XP95 or Discovery Protocol, Hochiki ESP Protocol or Argus Vega protocol.
The control panel has the following options with requirements as defined in BS EN54-2 : 1997.

  • Fault signals from points (clause 8.3)
  • Delay of the actioning of inputs and outputs (clause 7.11)
  • Disablement of each address point (clause 9.5)
  • Test condition (clause 10.1 to 10.3)
  • Control of Fire alarm devices (clause 7.8)
  • Co-incidence detection (clause 7.12)
  • Output to Fire Alarm Routing Equipment (clause 7.9)
  • Output to Fire Protection Equipment (clause 7.10)

Additional information

Weight

100kg

Size

72x52cm

Warehouse Location

Houston, TX

Color

Black