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UNI EN 54-2 : 2007

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FIRE DETECTION AND FIRE ALARM SYSTEMS - PART 2: CONTROL AND INDICATING EQUIPMENT

Published date

22-03-2007

Foreword
Introduction
1 Scope
2 Normative references
3 Definitions and abbreviations
   3.1 Definitions
   3.2 Abbreviations
4 General requirements
5 General requirements for indications
   5.1 Display of functional conditions
   5.2 Display of indications
   5.3 Indications on alphanumeric displays
   5.4 Indication of the supply of power
   5.5 Audible indications
6 The quiescent condition
7 The fire alarm condition
   7.1 Reception and processing of fire signals
         (see also annex C)
   7.2 Indication of the fire alarm condition
   7.3 Indication of the zones in alarm (see also annex D)
   7.4 Audible indication
   7.5 Other indications during the fire alarm condition
   7.6 Reset from the fire alarm condition
   7.7 Output of the fire alarm condition
   7.8 Output to fire alarm devices (option with
         requirements - see also 8.2.5a and 9.4.2a)
   7.9 Output to fire alarm routing equipment (option
         with requirements - see also 8.2.5b and 9.4.2b)
   7.10 Output to fire protection equipment (option with
         requirements - see also 8.2.4f and 9.4.1b)
   7.11 Delays to outputs (option with requirements -
         see also 9.4.2c and annex E)
   7.12 Coincidence detection (option with requirements)
   7.13 Alarm counter (option with requirements)
8 Fault warning condition (see also annex F)
   8.1 Reception and processing of fault signals
   8.2 Indication of faults in specified functions
   8.3 Fault signals from points (option with
         requirements)
   8.4 Total loss of the power supply (option with
         requirements)
   8.5 System fault
   8.6 Audible indication
   8.7 Reset of fault indications
   8.8 Fault output
   8.9 Output to fault warning routing equipment (option
         with requirements - see also 9.4.1c)
9 Disabled condition
   9.1 General requirements
   9.2 Indication of the disabled condition
   9.3 Indication of specific disablements
   9.4 Disablements and their indication
   9.5 Disablement of addressable points (option with
         requirements)
10 Test condition (option with requirements)
   10.1 General requirements
   10.2 Indication of the test condition
   10.3 Indication of zones in the test state
11 Standardized input/output interface (option with
   requirements - see also annex G)
12 Design requirements
   12.1 General requirements and manufacturer's
         declarations
   12.2 Documentation
   12.3 Mechanical design requirements
   12.4 Electrical and other design requirements
   12.5 Integrity of transmission paths (see also
         annex H)
   12.6 Accessibility of indications and controls
         (see also annex A)
   12.7 Indications by means of light emitting indicators
   12.8 Indications on alphanumeric displays
   12.9 Colours of indications
   12.10 Audible indications
   12.11 Testing of indicators
13 Additional design requirements for software controlled
   control and indicating equipments
   13.1 General requirements and manufacturer's
         declarations
   13.2 Software documentation
   13.3 Software design
   13.4 Program monitoring (see also annex J)
   13.5 The storage of programs and data (see also
         annex J)
   13.6 The monitoring of memory contents
   13.7 Operation of the c.i.e. in the event of a
         system fault
14 Marking
15 Tests
   15.1 General
   15.2 Functional test
   15.3 Environmental tests
   15.4 Cold (operational)
   15.5 Damp heat, steady state (operational)
   15.6 Impact (operational)
   15.7 Vibration, sinusoidal (operational)
   15.8 Electrostatic discharges (operational)
   15.9 Radiated electromagnetic interference
         (operational)
   15.10 Voltage transients - fast transients
   15.11 Voltage transients - slow high energy transients
         (operational)
   15.12 Mains voltage dips and interruptions
         (operational)
   15.13 Supply voltage variation (operational)
   15.14 Damp heat, steady state (endurance)
   15.15 Vibration, sinusoidal (endurance)
Annexes
A (informative) Explanation of access levels
B (informative) Optional functions with requirements
   and alternatives
C (informative) Processing of signals from fire detectors
D (informative) Processing of signals from fire detectors
E (informative) Delays to outputs
F (informative) Fault recognition and indication
G (informative) Standardized input/output interface
   for the connection of ancillary equipment
   (e.g. a fire brigade panel)
H (informative) Integrity of transmission paths
J (informative) Design requirements for software
   controlled control and indicating equipments

Defines requirements, test procedures and performance criteria for control and indicating equipment to be used in fire detecting and fire alarm systems installed in buildings.

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NEW CHILD EC 1 IS ADDED
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NEW CHILD EC 1 IS ADDED
PublisherName
Ente Nazionale Italiano di Unificazione (UNI)
Status
Current

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