HSM - Halton Safe control centre

Halton Safe control centre

Halton Safe works in combination with motorised (operating voltage 24 V) Halton fire dampers. It controls the shut off operation of fire dampers when a fire breaks out (by means of a thermal fuse, smoke detection, or an external alarm input). Enables time-controlled, external or manual testing of fire damper operation.  It produces also reports on the operation test.

  • The Halton Safe control centre (HSM) is used in combination with Halton fire dampers equipped with an actuator (operating voltage: 24 V).
  • It controls the shutoff operation of fire dampers when a fire breaks out (by means of a thermal fuse, smoke detection, or an external alarm input).
  • Enables time-controlled, external or manual testing of fire damper operation.
  • It produces reports on the operation test.
  • The HSM shuts off the fans during test operation and in a fire situation (optional).
  • It has outputs for remote fire and service alarm indication.
  • It also has local alarm indication for fire and service alarm conditions.
  • Easy implementation
  • The system is used with a 5.7" graphical touchscreen.
  • An Halton HSM control unit can have up to 200 fire dampers and 200 smoke detectors connected to it.

 

Product models and accessories

  • The central unit of Halton Safe control centre (HSM) can be modularly extended with Halton Safe Link control units (HSL), to which the fire dampers and smoke detectors are connected. You can connect 1–4 fire dampers and 1–4 smoke detectors to one Safe Link control unit. Optionally You can order a special version of Safe Link that can connect 1-12 smoke detectors but zero fire dampers. The unit’s internal control logic is used in their management. Fire dampers and smoke detectors can be clustered into as many as 15 groups, enabling the system to respond to a fire alarm by closing only those fire dampers that are in the affected fire compartment.
  • You can connect up to six Halton Safe Link (HSL) control units to a Halton Safe Power (HSP) 24 V unit.
  • You can add a battery pack for the power failure operational in the main control unit.
  • The system can be equipped with an optional 3G remote connection that makes all of the touchscreen’s functions available via a Web browser.
  • Smoke detectors for duct or room installation

The Halton Safe control system for 200 fire dampers and 200 smoke detectors.

The central unit for Halton Safe can be modularly extended with Halton Safe Link control units, to which the fire dampers and smoke detectors are connected. Communication protocol between the central unit and LINK units is based on the Modbus protocol. It is possible to connect 1–4 fire dampers and smoke detectors to one Halton Safe Link control unit (optionally special Link is capable of connecting 1-12 smoke detectors and zero fire dampers).

The unit’s internal control logic is used in their management. Fire dampers and smoke detectors can be clustered into as many as 15 groups, enabling the system to respond to a fire alarm by closing only those fire dampers that are in the affected fire compartment.

Each fire damper or Halton Safe Link control unit can also be set to function as an independent group. The fire dampers can be automatically tested weekly, at a time specified by the user. The system creates a report on the tests carried out, indicating the functionality of each fire damper. The system is used with a 5.7" graphical touchscreen, through which all necessary user operations can be performed. The system can be equipped with an optional 3G remote connection that makes all of the touchscreen’s functions available via a Web browser.

In the event of a power cut or a fault in the Halton Safe central unit, the Halton Safe Linkcontrol units operate independently. If a Halton Safe Link control unit loses its 24 VAC operating voltage because of a fire or a power cut, the fire dampers are closed by a spring. It is also possible to connect a backup battery to the central unit, so that the system can relay alarms even in the event of a power cut.

The damper test function shall be triggered by an automatic function at adjustable intervals, manually, or from an external system. The system shall be able to shut off the fans for the duration of the test cycle.

In the case of fire, the management system shall be able to close all of the fire dampers and shut off the ventilation fans in a common service area. The fire alarm shall be activated by a thermal fuse or a fire damper, a smoke sensor alarm, or an external alarm indication.

The unit shall be constructed in a cabinet, which shall be easy to install on site. The cabinet shall meet the requirements for protection class IP40.

Smoke detectors shall be for ductwork or room installation.

Overview

Halton Safe control centre 
 

  • The Halton Safe control centre (HSM) is used in combination with Halton fire dampers equipped with an actuator (operating voltage: 24 V).
  • It controls the shutoff operation of fire dampers when a fire breaks out (by means of a thermal fuse, smoke detection, or an external alarm input).
  • Enables time-controlled, external or manual testing of fire damper operation.
  • It produces reports on the operation test.
  • The HSM shuts off the fans during test operation and in a fire situation (optional).
  • It has outputs for remote fire and service alarm indication.
  • It also has local alarm indication for fire and service alarm conditions.
  • Easy implementation
  • The system is used with a 5.7" graphical touchscreen.
  • An Halton HSM control unit can have up to 200 fire dampers and 200 smoke detectors connected to it.

 

Product models and accessories

  • The central unit of Halton Safe control centre (HSM)  can be modularly extended with Halton Safe Link control units (HSL), to which the fire dampers and smoke detectors are connected. You can connect 1–4 fire dampers and 1–4 smoke detectors to one Safe Link control unit. Optionally You can order a special version of Safe Link that can connect 1-12 smoke detectors but zero fire dampers. The unit’s internal control logic is used in their management. Fire dampers and smoke detectors can be clustered into as many as 15 groups, enabling the system to respond to a fire alarm by closing only those fire dampers that are in the affected fire compartment.
  • You can connect up to six Halton Safe Link (HSL) control units to a Halton Safe Power (HSP) 24 V unit.
  • You can add a battery pack for the power failure operational in the main control unit.
  • The system can be equipped with an optional 3G remote connection that makes all of the touchscreen’s functions available via a Web browser.
  • Smoke detectors for duct or room installation

Dimensions

Dimensions


Halton Safe control unit


 

 

Halton Safe Power (HSP) and Link (HSL)

Material

Material


Halton Safe system 

 Part Material Finishing  Note
 Halton Safe control sentre
 (HSM)
Plastic White  IP40, Power supply 230VAC
 5,7" touchscreen
 Halton Safe Link (HSL) Plastic White

 IP55, polystyrene casing
 (UL94V-0, IEC 695-2-1)

 Halton Safe Power (HSP) Plastic White

 IP55, polystyrene casing
 (UL94V-0, IEC 695-2-1)

Accessories

Accessories


Halton Safe system

 Model /
 Accessory
Code  Description  Note
 Halton Safe,
 control centre
HSM

 A control centre to which
 you can connect up to 50
 Halton Safe Link control units.

 The operating voltage
 is 230 VAC

 Halton Safe,
 Link
HSL

 Extension of the Halton Safe
 control  centre  modularly with
 Halton Safe Link  control units,
 to which the fire dampers
 and smoke detectors are
 connected.

 You can connect
 1–4 fire dampers and 
 1–4 smoke detectors to one
 Halton Safe Link control unit.
 Halton Safe, 
 Power
HSP  System allowing you to connect
 up to six Halton Safe Link (HSL)
 control units to a transformer
 24 VAC
 Optical
 smoke 
 detector 
HSM/D  Model with connection
 to ductwork
 Calectro UG-3-O
 IP54
 Optical
 smoke
 detector
HSM/R  A model for
 room installation
 Calectro ST-P-DA
 IP54
 Aerosol HSM/S  Container for smoke test  Calectro RDP-300

 Smoke detectors for duct installation are delivered complete with installation base for round and insulated ductwork and with 600-mm Venturi tube.

 

Smoke bottle 


 

Assembly stand for a duct smoke detector

 

Smoke detector, duct installation


Smoke detector, ceiling installation


 

Function

Function


Halton Safe system

The central unit can be modularly extended with Halton Safe Linki control units, to which the fire dampers and smoke detectors are connected. You can connect 1–4 fire dampers and 1–4 smoke detectors to one SAFE LINK control unit. The unit’s internal control logic is used in their management.
Fire dampers and smoke detectors can be clustered into as many as 15 groups, enabling the system to respond to a fire alarm by closing only those fire dampers that are in the affected fire compartment. Each fire damper or SAFE LINK control unit can also be set to function as an independent group.
The fire dampers can be automatically tested weekly, at a time specified by the user. The system creates a report on the tests carried out, indicating the functionality of each fire damper. The system is used with a 5.7" graphical touchscreen, through which all necessary user operations can be performed. The system can be equipped with an optional 3G remote connection that makes all of the touchscreen’s functions available via a Web browser.

In the event of a power cut or a fault in the Halton Safe central unit, the Halton Safe Link control units operate independently. If a Halton Safe Link control unit loses its 24 VAC operating voltage because of a fire or a power cut, the fire dampers are closed by a spring. It is also possible to connect a backup battery to the central unit, so that the system can relay alarms even in the event of a power cut. The operating voltage of the Halton Safe control centre is 230 VAC.

 

Installation

Installation


Halton Safe system

The Halton Safe central unit is delivered with a main cable that is connected to an earthed socket. The mains cable also serves as the Halton Safe disconnect device. The Halton Safe control centre is usually composed of an I/O and central unit installed in the control centre cabinet.

The central unit features a 5.7" touchscreen, attached to the front panel of the control centre cabinet. The control centre can also be installed on top of the I/O unit or next to it. If necessary, it may be even further from the I/O unit – for example, in another room. The I/O unit is connected by driving screws through the flanges at its corners. After making the connections, install a white spacer plate on top of the unit by tightening screws into the four holes on its surface.

If the central unit is attached on top of the I/O unit, also the metallic spacer plate must be attached with these screws. When you are attaching the central unit directly to the wall, the space plate is attached to the wall by drilling. The central unit is secured at the bottom with two screws.

For more information about electrical connections, see the separate user and installation guide.

Servicing and alarms

Servicing and alarms


The Halton Safe control centre (HSM) and Halton Safe Link (HSL) control unit do not need any special servicing. 

The Calectro smoke detectors for duct or ceiling installation issue the following alarms:

  • Service       =   This situation occurs when the detector’s contamination passes
                            a certain threshold. The alarm does not close the fire dampers.
  • Alarm         =   This closes those fire dampers in the smoke detector’s use group.
  • Short Cut    =   This means that there is a short circuit in the smoke detector’s
                            cable. This causes the fire dampers in the smoke detector’s use
                            group to close.
  • Broken line =  This means that the cable to the smoke detector is broken.
                            The fire dampers in the relevant smoke detector’s use group
                            are closed.

The smoke detectors are cleaned according to instructions provided by Calectro. 

Commissioning

Commissioning


Halton Safe system

Commissioning instructions are available in tab "Documentation" = ‘User guide Halton Saf`' – operation and installation instructions’manual, supplied with the product.

Halton supplies its customers with support service for commissioning, in accordance with the following table. Ask for a quote from Halton Sales.  

 Name of the 
 service
 Service contents  Customer's responsibilities
 Testing

 Halton tests the system’s
 operation, inspects the fire
 dampers and smoke detectors
 on-site to verify their correct
 operation, and supplies
 a test report.

 The Client does wiring of
 the system  and assigns
 addresses for tthe fire and
 smoke dampers.  All wirings
 should be done and the system
 should be operational before testing.
 Commissioning  Commissioning includes
 programming  of the functions
 and indication of the addresses
 for the fire dampers.
 Also includes
 the Testing package
 The Client does wiring of the system
 and  assigns addresses for the fire
 and smoke detectors.
 All wirings should be done and
 the system should be operational
 before commissioning..
 System wiring
 (24V)
 Halton does wiring between
 the central system and other
 system components .
 This is additional  service to
 the Commissioning package
 (Package 2).
 The Client connects the power
 cable, attaches Halton Link
 according to the designs and
 does wiring for the system
 components
 Damper
 locations
 Halton programs fire damper
 location drawings
 (By floor/by vertical shafts)
 to the central system.
 This is additional service to
 the Commissioning package
 (Package 2).
 The Client supplies the final 
 design documents
 Repairs  Upon request, Halton rectifies
 the faults  and deficiencies
 found during the inspection.
 The Client commits in advance to
 compensating  for the extra work 
 caused by the repairs. Optionally,
 Halton provides the customer with
 an error report, with repair work
 subject to separate negotiations.
 In practice, this results in a higher
 price

Specification

Specification


The Halton Safe control system
for 200 fire dampers and 200 smoke detectors.

The central unit for Halton Safe can be modularly extended with Halton Safe Link control units, to which the fire dampers and smoke detectors are connected. Communication protocol between the central unit and LINK units is based on the Modbus protocol. It is possible to connect 1–4 fire dampers and smoke detectors to one Halton Safe Link control unit (optionally special Link is capable of connecting 1-12 smoke detectors and zero fire dampers).

The unit’s internal control logic is used in their management. Fire dampers and smoke detectors can be clustered into as many as 15 groups, enabling the system to respond to a fire alarm by closing only those fire dampers that are in the affected fire compartment.

Each fire damper or Halton Safe Link control unit can also be set to function as an independent group. The fire dampers can be automatically tested weekly, at a time specified by the user. The system creates a report on the tests carried out, indicating the functionality of each fire damper. The system is used with a 5.7" graphical touchscreen, through which all necessary user operations can be performed. The system can be equipped with an optional 3G remote connection that makes all of the touchscreen’s functions available via a Web browser.

In the event of a power cut or a fault in the Halton Safe central unit, the Halton Safe Linkcontrol units operate independently. If a Halton Safe Link control unit loses its 24 VAC operating voltage because of a fire or a power cut, the fire dampers are closed by a spring. It is also possible to connect a backup battery to the central unit, so that the system can relay alarms even in the event of a power cut.

The damper test function shall be triggered by an automatic function at adjustable intervals, manually, or from an external system. The system shall be able to shut off the fans for the duration of the test cycle.

In the case of fire, the management system shall be able to close all of the fire dampers and shut off the ventilation fans in a common service area. The fire alarm shall be activated by a thermal fuse or a fire damper, a smoke sensor alarm, or an external alarm indication.

The unit shall be constructed in a cabinet, which shall be easy to install on site. The cabinet shall meet the requirements for protection class IP40.

Smoke detectors shall be for ductwork or room installation.

Product Code

Product code


Halton Safe system (components)


HSM           Halton Control centre 
HSL            Halton Safe Link 
HSP           Halton Safe Power 
 

Product characteristics for Halton Safe

HSM/S

S   = Model
     
    C       Control centre
         D       Smoke detector, duct (Calectro UG-3-O)
         R       Smoke detector, room (Calectro ST-P-DA)
         S       Test smoke aerosol (Calectro RDP-300)

ZT = Tailored product
         N        No
 

Code example

        MSH/D, ZT=N
   

Downloads & Media

Halton Safe HSM 7-14 Installation Instructions - uk
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