Fp2000

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Aritech Interlogix FP2000 is a multi-area fire panel. The integration with HSYCO can be accomplished via direct control through the RS232 port on the panel. The FP2000 I/O Server in HSYCO supports the integration of more than one unit within the same HSYCO interface.

Communication

Employ an RS-232 cable to connect the panel directly to HSYCO.

RS-232 parameters:

Baud rate same as panel settings (default 9600)
Data bits 8
Stop bit 1
Parity none
Flow control RTS/CTS

HSYCO Configuration

Add a FP2000 I/O Server in the I/O Servers section of the Settings and set its parameters:

Communication

  • Comm ID: select the comm port connected to the panel.

High Availability

  • Shutdown when inactive: defaults to true.

Options

ID Default Values Description
gui true true enable support for the UI object, UISET actions and USER commands
false disable UI support
startupevents false true generate IO events also during the driver’s start-up phase
false start generating events only after HSYCO is aligned with the current status of the system
accesscode 0 0 do not request for authentication (the I/O Server will only be usable as panel emulator)
1 ... 9999 use the specified value as access code for requesting authentication
keypaddisable false true disable the emulator keypad buttons
false the emulator keypad buttons are enabled
controldisable false true disable the emulator control buttons
false the emulator control buttons are enabled
displayhlcolor 339933 000000 ... FFFFFF use the specified hexadecimal value as the highlight color for the display of the emulator

Datapoints

ID Value R/W Description
connection online R connection established
offline R HSYCO can't connect to the panel
emulation 1 R emulation is active
W activate emulation
0 R emulation is disabled
W disable emulation
led.general.fire.1

led.general.fire.2
led.general.processor
led.general.supply.fault
led.general.disabled
led.general.fault
led.general.supply
led.general.system.fault
led.brigade.delay.off
led.brigade.delay.on
led.brigade.stop
led.brigade.fault
led.brigade.signal
led.sounder.delay.on
led.sounder.silence
led.sounder.fault
led.sounder.sound
led.sounder.delay.off
led.control.test
led.control.disabled
led.control.silence.buzzer
led.all
led.panel

on R the corresponding LED is on
off R the corresponding LED is off
blink W the corresponding LED is on, blinking
status.alarm.count <num> R count of fires
status.fault.count <num> R count of faults
status.condition.count <num> R count of conditions
status.event.count <num> R count of all the events other than fire, fault or condition
clock <date_time> R the panel’s clock is set to <date_time>. The value has the format "yyyy-mm-dd hh:mm:ss" (e.g. "2012-12-30 16:59:23")
W set the data and time of the panel to <date_time>. The value has the format "yyyy-mm-dd hh:mm:ss" (e.g. "2012-12-30 16:59:23")
read W request for reading date and time set on the panel
l<n>.s<m>.name <name> R reports the name of sensor <m> on loop <n>
l<n>.s<m>.alarm.fire 1 R fire alarm active for sensor <m> on loop <n>
0 R no fire alarm active for sensor <m> on loop <n>
l<n>.s<m>.alarm.communication 1 R fault alarm active for sensor <m> on loop <n>
0 R no fault alarm active for sensor <m> on loop <n>
l<n>.s<m>.alarm.disabled 1 R disabled alarm active for sensor <m> on loop <n>
0 R no disabled alarm active for sensor <m> on loop <n>
l<n>.s<m>.alarm.type 1 R wrong type alarm active for sensor <m> on loop <n>
0 R no wrong type alarm active for sensor <m> on loop <n>
l<n>.s<m>.alarm.address 1 R double address alarm active for sensor <m> on loop <n>
0 R no double address alarm active for sensor <m> on loop <n>
l<n>.s<m>.alarm.condition 1 R pre condition alarm active for sensor <m> on loop <n>
0 R no pre condition alarm active for sensor <m> on loop <n>
l<n>.s<m>.alarm.maintenance 1 R maintenance alarm active for sensor <m> on loop <n>
0 R no maintenance alarm active for sensor <m> on loop <n>
l<n>.s<m>.alarm.notype 1 R no type alarm active for sensor <m> on loop <n>
0 R type alarm active for sensor <m> on loop <n>
l<n>.s<m>.alarm.enabled 1 R enabled alarm active for sensor <m> on loop <n>
0 R no enabled alarm active for sensor <m> on loop <n>
l<n>.s<m>.alarm.twoset 1 R two set alarm active for sensor <m> on loop <n>
0 R no two set alarm active for sensor <m> on loop <n>
l<n>.s<m>.alarm.segment 1 R 7 segment alarm active for sensor <m> on loop <n>
0 R no 7 segment alarm active for sensor <m> on loop <n>
l<n>.s<m>.alarm.led 1 R LED alarm active for sensor <m> on loop <n>
0 R no LED alarm active for sensor <m> on loop <n>
l<n>.s<m>.alarm.segment.cont 1 R 7 segment continuous alarm active for sensor <m> on loop <n>
0 R no 7 segment continuous alarm active for sensor <m> on loop <n>
l<n>.s<m>.alarm.flag 1 R flag alarm active for sensor <m> on loop <n>
0 R no flag alarm active for sensor <m> on loop <n>
l<n>.s<m>.alarm.pending 1 R alarm pending for sensor <m> on loop <n>
0 R no alarm pending for sensor <m> on loop <n>
l<n>.s<m>.alarm 1 R one of the above alarms is active for sensor <m> on loop <n>
0 R none of the above alarms is active for sensor <m> on loop <n>
l<n>.s<m>.alarm.count <num> R reports the number of alarm states been active for sensor <m> on loop <n>
z<n>.name <name> R reports the name of zone <n>
z<n>.alarm.fire 1 R MCP fire alarm active on zone <n>
0 R no MCP fire alarm active on zone <n>
z<n>.alarm.fault 1 R fault alarm active on zone <n>
0 R no fault alarm active on zone <n>
z<n>.alarm.coincidence 1 R coincidence alarm active on zone <n>
0 R no coincidence fire alarm active on zone <n>
z<n>.alarm.isolated 1 R isolated alarm active on zone <n>
0 R no isolated alarm active on zone <n>
z<n>.alarm.test 1 R test alarm active on zone <n>
0 R no test alarm active on zone <n>
z<n>.alarm.condition 1 R condition alarm active on zone <n>
0 R no condition alarm active on zone <n>
z<n>.alarm.enabled 1 R enabled alarm active on zone <n>
0 R no enabled alarm active on zone <n>
z<n>.alarm.autofire 1 R auto fire alarm active on zone <n>
0 R no auto fire alarm active on zone <n>
z<n>.alarm.action 1 R action zone alarm active on zone <n>
0 R no action zone alarm active on zone <n>
z<n>.alarm.warning 1 R pre warning alarm active on zone <n>
0 R no pre warning alarm active on zone <n>
z<n>.zone.alarm 1 R one of the above alarms is active on zone <n>
0 R none of the above alarms is active on zone <n>
z<n>.alarm.count <num> R reports the number of alarm states active on sensors of zone <n>
z<n>.fault.count <num> R reports the number of faults states active on sensors of zone <n>
z<n>.condition.count <num> R reports the number of conditions active on sensors of zone <n>
z<n>.coincidence.count <num> R reports the number of coincidence alarms active on sensors of zone <n>
z<n>.isolate.count <num> R reports the number of isolations in zone <n>
a<n>.name <name> R reports the name of area <n>
a<n>.alarm.fire 1 R MCP fire alarm active on area <n>
0 R no MCP fire alarm active on area <n>
a<n>.alarm.fault 1 R fault alarm active on area <n>
0 R no fault alarm active on area <n>
a<n>.alarm.coincidence 1 R coincidence alarm active on area <n>
0 R no coincidence alarm active on area <n>
a<n>.alarm.isolated 1 R isolated alarm active on area <n>
0 R no isolated alarm active on area <n>
a<n>.alarm.condition 1 R condition alarm active on area <n>
0 R no condition alarm active on area <n>
a<n>.alarm.enabled 1 R enabled alarm active on area <n>
0 R no enabled alarm active on area <n>
a<n>.alarm.action 1 R action alarm active on area <n>
0 R no action alarm active on area <n>
a<n>.area.alarm 1 R one of the above alarms is active on area <n>
0 R none of the above alarms is active on area <n>
a<n>.alarm.count <num> R reports the number of alarm states active on sensors of area <n>
a<n>.fault.count <num> R reports the number of faults states active on sensors of area <n>
a<n>.condition.count <num> R reports the number of conditions active on sensors of area <n>
a<n>.coincidence.count <num> R reports the number of coincidence alarms active on sensors of area <n>
a<n>.isolate.count <num> R reports the number of isolations in area <n>
o<n>.name <name> R reports the number of output <n>
o<n>.status[Note 1] 1 R output <n> is active
0 R output <n> is inactive
read W request for reading the state of output <n>
i<n>.name <name> R reports the number of input <n>
i<n>.status 1 R input <n> is active
0 R input <n> is inactive
read W request for reading the state of input <n>
event.action.text

event.fire.text
event.fault.text
event.condition.text

<text> R reports the text of the most recently logged event accordingly to its category
key[Note 2] <key_value> W send the specified emulation key command to the panel (see following table for the list of key values)

Note 1 
the status of outputs and inputs is based on the reported events on the event log, thus the panel must be set so that outputs and inputs state variations are logged. Otherwise the reading of their status must be requested via the “o<n>.status = read” and “i<n>.status = read” commands.

Note 2 
The following table shows the association between key values and relative function:
<key_value> Function
1 Scroll
2 Display Alarm
4 Print Screen
5 Alpha Numeric
6 Right Arrow
8 Left Arrow
9 Silence Buzzer
10 Down Arrow
11 Reset
12 Disable
13 Enter
14 Test
15 Sound Sounder
16 Sounder Delay
17 Sounder Disable
18 Silence Sounder
19 Fire Brigade Disable
20 Fire Brigade Delay
22 Fire Brigade Stop
26 Up Arrow
27 Exit
29 Panel
30 All
31 Fire Brigade Signal
48 Key “0”
49 Key “1”
50 Key “2”
51 Key “3”
52 Key “4”
53 Key “5”
54 Key “6”
55 Key “7”
56 Key “8”
57 Key “9”
211 Fire Protection on
212 Fire Protection Silenced
213 Fire Protection Silenced
214 Fire Protection Enabled
215 Fire Protection Disabled
216 Fire Protection Disable
217 Fire Protection Delay off
218 Fire Protection Delay on
219 Fire Protection Delay
220 Fire Protection Delay
221 Fire Protection Delay
222 Fault Routing Test
223 Fault Routing Enabled
224 Fault Routing Disabled
225 Fault Routing Disable
226 Fault Routing Delay off
227 Fault Routing Delay on
228 Fault Routing Delay
229 Fire Brigade Test
230 Fire Brigade Enabled
231 Fire Brigade Disabled
232 Fire Brigade Delay off
233 Fire Brigade Delay on
234 Sounder Test
235 Sounder Enable
236 Sounder Disable
237 Sounder Delay off
238 Sounder Delay on
239 External Reset (from Repeater)

User Interface

FP2000 Object

The user interface for the Aritech Interlogix FP2000 multi-area fire panel:

UI Object fp2000.png

The Fp2000 object is listed in the Project Editor’s new object list only when at least one Aritech Interlogix FP2000 I/O Server is defined.


Parameters

  • server id: the server ID
  • position: the object's position. Use the pixels or rows and columns coordinates format

Syntax

(fp2000 <server id>; <position>)

E.g.

(fp2000 serverid; x10y20)

UISET Actions

ID Attribute Set to
log<n> value latest security log lines (as many as specified by the 'logsize' option, with <n> = 1 ... 20)
log0 value latest line of the security log when a new entry is added, set back to blank after a short period
a<n>.name value name assigned to area <n>
z<n>.name value name assigned to zone <n>
l<n>.s<m>.name value name assigned to sensor <m> on loop <n>
i<n>.name value name assigned to input <n>
o<n>.name value name assigned to output <n>
display value text displayed by the panel in real-time
connection.label visible true when datapoint connection = online
false when datapoint connection = offline
l<n>.sM.alarm.label.1 visible true when an alarm is active for sensor <m> on loop <n>
false when an alarm is not active for sensor <m> on loop <n>
l<n>.sM.alarm.label.0 visible true when no alarm is active for sensor <m> on loop <n>
false when an alarm is active for sensor <m> on loop <n>
o<n>.status.label.1 visible true when output <n> is active
false when output <n> is not active
o<n>.status.label.0 visible true when output <n> is not active
false when output <n> is active
i<n>.status.label.1 visible true when input <n> is active
false when input <n> is not active
i<n>.status.label.0 visible true when input <n> is not active
false when input <n> is active
led.<name>.label.off visible true when the corresponding LED is off
false when the corresponding LED is on
led.<name>.label.on[Note 3] visible true when the corresponding LED is on
false when the corresponding LED is off

Note 3 
Replace <name> with one of the following strings:
general.fire.1
general.fire.2
general.fault
general.disabled
general.supply.fault
general.system.fault
general.processor
general.supply
control.silence.buzzer
control.disabled
control.test
sounder.sound
sounder.delay.on
sounder.delay.off
sounder.fault
sounder.silence
brigade.signal
brigade.delay.on
brigade.delay.off
brigade.fault
brigade.stop
panel
all

USER Commands

The FP2000 driver supports system commands to be inserted within the Web interface that replicates the functionalities of the buttons on the panel and more. Use any ordinary user button, setting the name and param fields according to the write function of the Datapoints table.

For instance, setting the name of a user button to “fp.key” and its param field to “11”, will result in having the reset button of the panel. Naming it “o1.status” and setting “read” as param will result in a button for forcing the reading of the status of output 1.

Log Files

A permanent detailed record of all the FP2000 log messages is saved in a file called security.log in the logs/YYYY directory for the current year. This file is never overwritten or deleted by HSYCO.

Other information related to the FP2000 driver are saved in the daily message.log files.

Release Notes

3.1.0

  • initial version release


Aritech Interlogix and FP2000 are registered trademarks of UTC Fire & Security.