The S81-HS/1-10R model is designed for medium to large applications. The modular unit to install up to eleven 19” 3-unit high anodized aluminum racks. The racks are installed a steel cabinet with revolving rack and acrylic glass door.

The first rack includes the base system with one or two CPUs, the operator interface display and the keyboard. Additional racks are composed by one rack controller and 13 slots for installation of I/O cards.

The configuration is arranged by type and number according to the requirements of the system to be protected. Each card in the rack is connected to field devices by prewired connectors connected to electromechanical terminal blocks.

This solution supports the F7011-UL Safety Bus Control Card, allowing support of applications with large geographical areas.

Base Cards and Software

  • CPU Cards: S81-U1002-1

    The U1002 card is the system’s central unit and contains the controller, flash memory, a buffered static RAM, a watchdog circuit and an Ethernet controller with an RJ 45 Ethernet output connector. The CPU card can be used in either single or redundant configuration with two CPU’s operating in parallel. Both CPU’s process information, but only one is the primary. Once the primary CPU stops operating, the other immediately takes over without disrupting ongoing operations or losing captured events.

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  • Display: S81-U1006-1

    The U1006 display is the interface between the panel and the operator. It is composed of a liquid crystal, LED back-lit, graphic type, with thirty 52-characters lines, twenty-three keys, and a buzzer.

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  • Default Input and Output Management Card: S81-T8004

    The S81-T8004 card mounted on a DIN rail and normally installed on the panel back plate. This card manages 10 digital inputs, 16 open collector outputs and one monitored output for fire alarm siren control. Additionally it monitors the ground leakage of the supply voltage. It can be connected to a S81-T8001 termination card or to an S81-T8007 relay board, to have respectively, 16 open collector or 16 SPDT contact relay outputs.

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  • Rack Control Card: S81-E2002-1

    The E2002 card manages the communications among the rack’s cards and the CPU’s. Receiving and sending data from the CPU and the 13 cards in the rack through 2 different communication channels. Only one card E2002 for each rack is necessary and it has to be placed in the 14th available slot.

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  • S81-E2003 Back-Plane for Panel Base Rack

    • Interface between CPUs and the cards of the system
    • Backplane of basic rack of S81 panel HS version
    • Prop up connectors for electric supply
    • Connector for display
    • Connectors for printer and PC serial link
    • Completely passive
    • RJ45 type BUS connectors, which connect the CPUs and the racks
  • S81-E2001-1 Flat Cable Wiring Back-Plane for Card Racks

    • Allows the connection between the controller card S81-E2002 and the cards of the rack
    • Allows the connection between the cards and the field through flat cable and termination cards
    • RJ45 BUS connectors
  • S81-E2001-2 Back-Plane for Plug Cable Connection

    • Allows the connection between the controller card and the cards in the rack in safety-related applications and with heavy current loads
    • The connection between the cards and the field is carried out via pre-wired cable plugs directly on marshaling terminal box
    • RJ45 BUS connectors.
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  • Software: IRIDE

    IRIDE is a supervision program that allows event management through animation and graphic pages. Sites can consist of one or several panels.  It can be installed on one or more computers that will connect to the fire alarm panel with a LAN Ethernet or serial line.

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  • Addressable Loop Cards

  • S81-F7007 Analog Addressable Loop Control - SSP protocol

    Control card for SSP (Scame Sistemi Protocol) protocol addressable devices. It can manage up to 127 analogue/digital input addressable modules and control modules. This card must not be used with fire detection systems.

    The card communicates, through the SSP protocol, with all the devices on a loop, periodically polling them or receiving calls (interrupts) from the devices that have detected a status variation. The analogue input modules can be polled, to show device value reading, either by the operator (from the panel) or by a supervisory program.

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  • S81 – F7009 Analog Addressable Loop Control - Apollo protocol

    Control card for addressable devices that require APOLLO DISCOVERY and XP95 protocols. With these protocols a wide range of fire detectors, push buttons, optic-acoustic signaling and input/command modules are available.

    Through two connection and feeder cables, the card communicates with all devices connected on the loop, periodically polling them or receiving calls (interrupt) from the devices that have detected a status variation.

    Alarming occurs after the information has been processed, through specific algorithms for the devices; e.g. smoke detectors can provide dynamic alarm thresholds that adjust themselves to compensate for optic sensing element contamination.

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  • S81 – F7010 Analog Addressable Device Control Card – System Sensor Protocol

    Smoke, temperature, combined detectors, push buttons, command modules, and managing modules are available with this protocol.

    Through two connection and feeder cables, the card communicates with all devices connected on the loop, periodically polling them or receiving calls (interrupt) from the devices that have detected a status variation.

    Alarming occurs after the information has been processed, through specific algorithms for the devices; e.g. smoke detectors can provide dynamic alarm thresholds that adjust themselves to compensate for optic sensing element contamination.

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  • S81 – F7012 Analog Addressable Device Control Card – System Sensor Protocol – UL Listed

    The S81-F7012 card controls one SLC loop with System Sensor devices, such as smoke detectors, heat detectors, multi-criteria detectors, control modules, monitor modules, and pull stations. Each loop operates in the CLIP polling protocol and is capable of supporting 99 addressable modules and 99 addressable detectors (any combination of modules and detectors) for a total of 198 points per loop.

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  • S81 – F7001 Card, Control of Addressable & Analog Devices, DCP Protocol

    The card communicates, through the DCP protocol of HOCKIKI America, with all the devices on a loop, periodically polling them or receiving calls (interrupts) from the devices that have detected a status variation.

    Alarming occurs after the information has been processed, through specific algorithms for the devices; e.g. smoke detectors can provide dynamic alarm thresholds that adjust themselves to compensate for optic sensing element contamination.

  • S81 – F7002 Analog Addressable Device Control Card - ESP Protocol

    The Control card for devices that are addressable through the HOCHIKI ESP protocol. SMOKE, TEMPERATURE

    and COMBINED fire detectors, as well as PUSHBUTTONS and CONTROL MODULES, with monitored and non-monitored lines, are available with the ESP protocol.

    Its periodically polling the devices or receiving calls (interrupts) from the devices that have detected a status variation. Alarming occurs after the information has been processed, through specific algorithms for the devices.

  • Digital and Analog Input Cards

  • S81 – F3002 8 Channels-Input Card for Conventional Detection

    Eight Inputs for conventional sensors for safety related functions. All channels can be reset singularly and are reset during operation every 30 seconds. This card is suitable to manage detection systems with conventional devices; it is suitable for use in systems with already existing detection lines, to command automatic extinguishing systems with double consent logics or intrinsic safety systems. Additionally, it is used to control all typical devices of extinguishing systems (pressure gauges, discharge keys, etc).

  • S81 – F4001 1 Channel-Analog Input Device Control Card (4-20mA)

    A Safety related 4-20mA analog input with two threshold settings. The following transducer types can be connected: Explosive Sensors, Toxicity Sensors, Oxygen Sensors, Temperature Sensors, General 4-20mA sensors. The channel is tested during operation every 30 seconds. The card is equipped with a 4-20mA Output that supplies the current value measured at the Input. The analog value can be transferred to a DCS using a RTU Modbus module, part number S81-F7006-1.

  • S81 – F4002 2 Channels-Analog Input Device Control Card (4-20mA)

    A Safety related 4-20mA analog input with two (2) inputs, each having two threshold settings. The following transducer types can be connected: Explosive Sensors, Toxicity Sensors, Oxygen Sensors, Temperature Sensors, General 4-20mA sensors. The channel is tested during operation every 30 seconds. The card is equipped with a 4-20mA Output that supplies the current value measured at the Input. The analog value can be transferred to a DCS using a RTU Modbus module, part number S81-F7006-1.

  • S81 – F4003 8 Channels-Analog Input Device Control Card (4-20mA)

    A Safety related 4-20mA analog input with eight (8) inputs, each having two threshold settings. The following transducer types can be connected: Explosive Sensors, Toxicity Sensors, Oxygen Sensors, Temperature Sensors, General 4-20mA sensors. The channel is tested during operation every 30 seconds. The card is equipped with a 4-20mA Output that supplies the current value measured at the Input. The analog value can be transferred to a DCS using a RTU Modbus module, part number S81-F7006-1.

  • Command Cards

  • S81 – F5001 8 Channels -500 mA Line Monitored Outputs

    Card with eight (8) controlled Output channels of 500mA for the command of solenoids with safety related functions. It performs testing every 2 seconds on the channels cyclically, in case of discrepancy between the set signal and the read signal, the unit promptly warns about the failure condition. The Output is tested for the following: line opening, short circuit towards positive pole, short circuit towards negative pole, failure of piloting DMOS device, over-temperature of piloting DMOS device, power voltage outside the limits allowed. To increase output current, channels can be connected in parallel.

  • S81 – F5002 16 Channels - Control Card with Open Collector Outputs

    Card with sixteen (16) open collector, non controlled Output channels of 250mA and mainly used to pilot the 16-relay card S81-T8007-1.

    This card effects status and functionality checks, but does not monitor the control channels.

  • S81 – F5003 8 Channels - Polarity Reversal-monitored Outputs

    Card with eight (8) controlled output channels of 250mA for the command of sirens in a steady and intermittent mode. The line is monitored through the inversion of polarities. The card is suitable for use in systems that include devices conforming to the NFPA standards, where it can activate the alarm sounders.

  • S81 – F5004 4 Channels - Monitored Line Control Outputs

    The four 2A output lines of the card are mainly utilized to control solenoids and heavy loads. The

    card is particularly suitable to manage automatic fire fighting systems, where it can be used to operate

    extinguishing agent release solenoid valves, or visual-audible evacuation and alarm devices.

    S81 – F6001  Fire extinguishing control (EDC), certified to EN12094-1.

  • Extnguishing and Special Logic Cards

  • S81 – F6001 Fire Extinguishing control (EDC), certified to EN12094-1

    This card gathers and deploys the signals and logic associations relating to fire extinguishing control. Using the inputs and outputs managed by the other cards of the H-S81-HS panel, it enables system compliance with the EN 12094-1 standard. It does not have physical I/O, but uses inputs and commands managed by other cards of the H-S81-HS system.

  • S81 – F6002 Special Logic Control (flip/flop, toggle, timer)

    This card is designed to produce and manage functional logics through flip/flop, toggle and timer devices. Timers can be configured to operate in two modes (A and B).

    The card deploys the virtual inputs constituted by the output variables from the other panel cards to produce virtual outputs, which are obtained through software elaboration by internal logic devices.

    The virtual outputs thus generated are input variables to other cards and are used to create particular functional logics.

  • Communication Cards

  • S81 – F7006 Modbus Protocol Serial Communications Card (CommunicationModbus RTU)

    Communication card with RTU Master/slave Modbus protocol. Its Output supplies two independent connections, a RS485 Half Duplex and a RS232.

    It manages the following Modbus variables: 512 Input variables, 512 Output variables, 1024 16-bit analogue variables.
    The values on to 4-20mA analogue cards S81-F4001, S81-F4002, S81-F4003 can be transmitted to the DCS system.

  • S81 – F7008 Scale Control Cylinder weighting Card (Modbus RS485)

    This card, used together with S81-MOD-BIL cylinder weighing modules, allows to monitor cylinder load status and to signal even the slightest extinguishing gas leakage without delay.