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FS720 Fire detection system

Market package 3.0

Control panel family with 3 station types

Cerberus PRO

Microprocessor-controlled fire detection system Compact fire control panels for 252 to 504 addresses PC-based operation (Cerberus-Remote) via Fast-Ethernet Free control logic Phased evacuation Network cluster (C-WEB/SAFEDLINK) Redundant network nodes Failsafe loop topology Up to 16000 addresses and 32 stations (control panels, operating panels) Fast data transfer up to 312 kbps (can be adjusted to line quality) Hierarchical networks via Ethernet backbone (C-WEB/LAN) Multi-cluster network interconnected via Industrial Ethernet (fiber-optic) EN 54-compliant network System-wide redundancy Up to 14 clusters (with up to 16 stations per cluster) Up to 64 stations in entire network

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High-performance peripherals

From bus-powered sounders, floor repeater displays and floor repeater terminals All Cerberus PRO FD720 devices are supported Time-saving functions for installation, startup and service Ergonomic Cerberus-Engineering-Tool with familiar Windows mechanisms Auto configuration (self-addressing) Zones and customer texts can be assigned without reading in the hardware Remote transfer of diagnostic data (e.g. firmware versions)

General functional principle The FD720 devices register signals, compare and evaluate them on the basis of stored patterns. If a fire is detected, the data is transferred to the fire control panel, and released fire controls. The processor in this device triggers centralized and decentralized control functions via input and output modules. It does not matter whether the network has a ring structure and is therefore failsafe, is Ethernet or a combination of the two. In case of malfunctions, the degrade function guarantees operation of the system components that are impaired by the malfunction. All signals are automatically displayed on the operating panel based on their origin, or can be handle using operating functions. In any event, the messages together with a timestamp are entered in the event memory so that the locations where fire started can be ascertained subsequently.

System overview FS720 The FS720 fire detection system is the new global generation of Cerberus PRO fire control panels. It combines the highest safety standards with international product innovations and cutting-edge technology. The fire control panels, fire terminals and the shared C-WEB network are designed in accordance with EN 54-2, EN 54-4 and other national supplementary requirements. They represent the heart of the FS720 fire detection system. The highest levels of detection reliability and optimum adaptability to customers' existing systems are achieved in conjunction with intelligent FD720 peripheral devices (C-NET).
FC722 fire control panels The size of this fire control panel makes it ideal for smaller applications (e.g. workshops and hotels). It is possible to connect a total of 2 (4) loops or 4 (8) stub lines with up to 252 addresses. Its strength lies above all in its compactness that permits quick and efficient installation.

FC724 fire control panels The FC724 fire control panel can have 4 (8) loops or 8 (16) stub lines with up to 504 addresses. This means they offer sufficient capacity for medium-sized fire detection installations (e.g. regional banks and office complexes).

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FC726 fire control panel The FC726 is a modular fire control panel with integrated user interface and processes signals from Cerberus PRO FD720. A built in card cage with 5 plug-in position enables the application of: C-NET line cards FCL2001-A1 (for additional lines) I/O-card FCI2008-A1 (with 12 programmable in-/outputs) The FC726 supports up to 1512 addresses

FT724 fire terminal All fire control panels have an integrated user interface. However, the FT724 fire terminal is available for remote operating panels. The view shown on this compact person machine interface can be freely allocated between fire control panels. Max. 5 fire terminals with system wide view programmable. Floor repeater terminals and floor repeater display Messages from relatively small monitoring areas (e.g. hospital wards) can be detected by FT2011 floor repeater displays and operator intervention is even possible as well using FT2010 floor repeater terminals. These devices are C-NET participant.

National supplements Fire brigade person machine interfaces Evacuation person machine interfaces

Germany France Netherlands

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FS720 Networks Interfaces C-NET Cluster (C-WEB/SAFEDLINK) Backbone (C-WEB/Ethernet) Ethernet Network for connecting Cerberus PRO FD720 devices Network for creating a cluster of up to 32 stations (without connection to a Danger Management System) Network for connecting multiple clusters via a fiber-optic Industrial Ethernet (max. 64 stations) Connection to Siemens Danger Management System

Cluster (C-WEB/SAFEDLINK) Up to 32 fire control panels und fire control terminals can be connected in a single cluster (C-WEB/SAFEDLINK) or up to 16 stations when the cluster is connected to a danger management system. The innovative redundant network nodes not only set new standards in terms of failsafe characteristics but also for high-speed data transfer. It is also possible to extend the distance between panels by the use of a repeater.

Backbone (C-WEB/LAN ) Using a fiber-optic Backbone (C-WEB/LAN) up to 14 of the above mentioned clusters (with up to 16 stations each) can be networked. This topology enables the construction of an EN 54-compliant network with up to 64 panels and fire terminals.

Management station A danger management station can be connected directly to any network type: standalone panel, cluster (C-WEB/SAFEDLINK) or hierarchical network (C-WEB/LAN). When such connections should be made via a customer network, then a Security module shall be used to provide Firewall protection (and a VPN connection if the management station is not within the customer network itself).

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C-NET overview


Optimum use of customers' resources Integration of intranet. Operation of individual control panels or a network from the customer's PC using the Cerberus-Remote Software. Replacement of redundant cabling by redundant network nodes Operation of floor repeater displays and terminals on the field data bus (C-NET) High availability
Remote control via Internet Efficient troubleshooting via remote diagnostic data transfer Highest levels of reliability and secure detection Primary site protection through auto configuration

Simple handling
Straightforward and time-saving operation by user-friendly, self-explanatory menu

Prefabricated control panels for efficient installation Remote access to all stations in the system via one network station Topology upload (periphery and installation) into the tool Little training required because of a consistent operating and hardware concept with

one engineering tool (Cerberus-Engineering-Tool) for the entire system

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High speed Rapid data transfer at 312 kbps in the failsafe network and 100 Mbit/s in the Ethernet network Short download and upload times Preparation of logical configuration data before installation of the system

Station types in the C-WEB

Housing with integrated operating unit FC722 FC722 FC724 FC726 FT724

Housing type Dimensions (W x H x D) mm Number of loops (with loop extension) or number of stub lines Plug in positions (C-NET and I/O cards) Max. number of addresses Outputs for alarm
Monitored control output Potential-free changeover contact

Standard 430 x 398 x 160 2 (4) 4 (8) 252 1 1 1 1 1 (4) 8 2 x 12 V, 12 Ah

Comfort 430 x 796 x 160

Comfort 430 x 796 x 160 4 (8) 8 (16) 504 1 1 1 1 2 (8) 12

Modular 430 x 796 x 260

4 (8) 8 (16) 5 1512

Eco 430 x 398 x 80

Outputs for fault

Monitored control output Potential-free changeover contact

Outputs for conventional horn lines, monitored (with sounder module) Free programmable inputs/outputs 24 V Free programmable inputs/outputs with a max. of 5 additional I/O cards Battery capacity (internal) Ethernet connection Degrade mode and degrade supply Emergency power supply Organizational logic Time functions Event memory Ground fault monitoring

12 60 2 x 12 V, 45 Ah

2 x 12 V, 7 Ah (optional)

2 x 12 V, 26 Ah

2 x 12 V, 26 Ah

Standby operating time up to 72 h (depending on configuration) The Alarm Verification Concept (AVC) permits the control panel organization to be freely adapted to the customer's requirements. During system tests or when detector groups are switched off, timeout functions make sure that these detector groups are reactivated. Up to 2000 events can be called up for each station according to various criteria. All outgoing detector lines from the control panel are monitored for ground faults.

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Hardware expansion Stations Network module (SAFEDLINK) Redundancy module for networking Repeater (SAFEDLINK) Loop extension (C-NET) Line cards (C-NET) I/O cards (programmable) Sounder module RS232 module (isolated) RS485 module (isolated) Fire brigade periphery module (DE) Event printer Operating add-on FC722




Refer to the following product data sheets for details about C-WEB stations: FC722-xx A6V10206525 FC724-xx A6V10207176 FC726-xx A6V1263277 FT724-xx A6V10207898 Refer to the following data sheets for details about C-NET floor repeater terminals, floor repeater displays, mimic display driver, conventional fire control unit FC10 and extinguishing control unit XC10: FT2010-A1, FT2011-A1 009393 FT2001-A1 A6V10082691 FC10 A6V10277145, A6V10277147 XC10 008496 Refer to the corresponding product data sheets for details about the other peripheral devices.

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Peripheral devices in the C-NET OP, OH, HI, FDF, FDL, FDM
Latest generation devices with evaluation algorithms. Signal processing with detection algorithms and ASAtechnology. Automatic address allocation during commissioning.

Instead of complicated additional cabling, FD720 technology permits the

operation of sounder bases, alarm sounders and/or alarm sounder beacons on the detector bus, i.e. supply and communication are via the C-NET.

LaserFocus VLF-250/-500
The aspiration smoke detector is a very early warning smoke detector (As-

pirating Smoke Detector ASD) designed to protect small, business-critical environments. The detector works by continually drawing air into sample holes in a pipe network. The air is filtered and passed into a detection chamber where light scattering technology detects the presence of very small amounts of smoke. FDCW, SMF
Wireless fire detection system can be fully integrated into the C-NET. Wireless transmission replaces complex or visible cable installation and is

therefore particularly interesting for museums, churches etc. The system also offers the additional advantage that installation is possible without system interruption. The wireless gateway FDCW221 communicates with up to 30 wireless detectors (smoke detectors and manual call points).

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Statuses can be monitored using the input module. (e.g. door monitoring,

ventilation checks or for sprinkler alarm triggering.) The input/output modules are used for decentralized activation of fire doors, ventilation systems, etc., the input can be used for acknowledgement or also for status monitoring purposes, or else for activating the standard interfaces extinguishing (SST) according to VdS. The transponder has 2 inputs/outputs and can parameterized for connection of collective fire detectors Siemens or Synova 300/600 (GMT/conventional line, GMT/conventional line with shunt-Zener-diode barrier (SB3) for explosion-hazard areas) for monitored controls of alarm devices FDCL221, FDCL221-M
Line separators can be connected in between to ensure that several stub

lines will not fail if there is a short circuit.

The line separator is used where several stubs are connected to the

C-NET at one point if there is no other FD720 device between the branches. FT2011-A1, FT2010-A1
Smaller areas of the fire detection system can be operated or displayed

using the FT2010 floor repeater terminals and FT2011 floor repeater displays operated in the C-NET. The personnel responsible at the customer's premises (e.g. ward sisters) have access to a clearly structured user interface for customer-specific plain texts to enable events to be localized unambiguously. The display type corresponds to the FT724 fire terminal. FT2001-A1
The mimic display driver operated in the C-NET has 2x24 outputs for LED

activation for mimic display panels.

2 control outputs for 'Local buzzer' and 'LED operation' 2 inputs for 'Switch-off buzzer' and 'Lamp test' Connection to LED via flat cable F50F410 (50-wire, 24 red LEDs, cable

length 1 m FC10, XC10

The conventional fire control panel FC10 and the extinguishing control

panel XC10 can integrated as autonomous control panels into the C-NET (via in-/output module FDCIO). Relevant events are transferred to the connected fire control panel. Each line can be individually configured to AlgoRex collective or Synova conventional. This allows to connection to AlgoRex DS11collective, Synova conventional detectors as well as special detectors like DF1191, FDF2x1-9 flame, DLO1191, FDL241-9 linear detectors.

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Siemens Switzerland Ltd Industry Sector Building Technologies Division International Headquarters Fire Safety & Security Products Gubelstrasse 22 CH-6301 Zug Tel. +41 41 724 24 24 Document Nr. Edition A6V10227649_b_en_-07.2010

2010 Copyright by Siemens Switzerland Ltd Data and design subject to change without notice. Supply subject to availability. Manual FS720 Register 1