Notifier NFS2-3030 User Manual
Notifier Control panel
This sheet must be framed and mounted adjacent to the control panel.
Document 52547 Rev B ECN 08-364 8/18/2008
Section 1 Operating Information
Normal Standby Operation.
1. Green P
indicator lit steadily.
2. Red F
3. Yellow T
1. Red F
2. Alarm signaling devices activated.
3. Option module (remote station or supplementary alarm relay) activated.
4. Alarm information visible on LCD (liquid crystal display).
After locating and correcting the alarm condition, reset
the control panel by pressing the S
Activation of trouble signal under normal
operation indicates a condition that requires immediate attention. Contact
your local service representative. Silence the audible signal by pressing the
switch. The trouble indicator will remain illuminated.
Section 2 NFS2-3030 Switch Functions
This silences the piezo sounder and changes all flashing
conditions to steady. It sends an acknowledge message to the printer and
history file. A
also automatically sends a special command to
silence piezo sounders on ACS Annunciators. If more than one event exists,
it advances the display to the next item and displays it until the
switch is pressed again. Only one press is necessary for
non-fire, trouble, or supervisory signals.
turns off all silenceable circuits and
illuminates the S
indicator. It also sends a S
message to the LCD, printer, and history file. A subsequent alarm
will then resound the system.
1. This system is programmed to inhibit signal silence for ____seconds.
2. This system is programmed to automatically silence alarm signal after
The NFS2-3030 waits for the D
switch to be pressed for 2 seconds,
then turns on all silenceable circuits (all control modules/panel circuits that are
programmed silenceable for fire alarms), and turns off the S
LED. This event shows on the LCD, printer, and History file.
Note: This switch is only available on NFS2-3030 with keypad/display.
Resets the control panel in standalone applications.
Resets panel when enabled in network applications.
Press and hold the switch to lamp-test the LEDs.
Section 3 LED Indicators
Green LED which illuminates when the NFS2-3030
assumes control of the network primary display.
Green LED which illuminates when primary power is applied to
the control panel.
Red LED that flashes when one or more alarms occur.
Illuminates steadily after alarms are acknowledged, and turns off when
is pressed after alarm clears.
Red LED that flashes when a pre-alarm threshold is reached.
Blue LED that illuminates for a security alarm. LED turns off
after the alarm clears and S
Yellow LED that flashes when a Supervisory or Tamper
condition occurs, such as a sprinkler valve tamper condition. The LED
illuminates steady after conditions are acknowledged, and turns off when the
conditions are cleared. The Tamper indication will latch until S
Yellow LED that flashes when one or more troubles
occur. Goes on steadily when A
is pressed, and turns off when
all trouble conditions are cleared.
Yellow LED flashes when a process monitor, hazard alert
or weather alert occurs. Goes on steadily when A
and turns off when the condition is cleared.
Yellow LED that illuminates after S
has been pressed. Turns off when D
Yellow LED that illuminates when one or more points
are disabled. The LCD will indicate which points have been disabled. Turns
off when points are re-enabled.
Yellow LED that illuminates if the microprocessor fails.
Section 4 NFS2-3030 Audible Sounder
A continuous sounding tone.
Trouble, Disable, Prealarm.
Two beeps per second.
Four beeps per second.
Eight beeps per second.
Section 5 Periodic Testing and Maintenance
To ensure proper and reliable operation, system inspection and testing should
be scheduled monthly, or as required by NFPA 72 or local fire codes. A
qualified Service Representative should perform testing.
Notify fire department and/or central alarm receiving
station if alarm condition is transmitted. Notify facility personnel of the test
so alarm sounding devices are ignored during the test period. Physically
disconnect releasing devices.
Remote Connection Feature:
ULC requires that devices such as
UDACT and TM-4 be disconnected during annual testing to prevent
transmission of false alarms.
UDACT: Disable by turning the internal AKS-1 keyswitch.
TM-4: Slide SW4 Disable All Output switch from “Enable” to “Disable.”
Verify that remote-connection devices are turned back
on. Notify all fire, central station, and/or building personnel when testing is
complete. Re-connect releasing devices.
Section 6 Local Service Representative:
TELEPHONE NUMBER: ________________________________
NFS2-3030 OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS