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  1. MXL/MXL-IQ to FireFinder XLS Total Migration Solution – Technical Overview

  2. Intro • Siemens is in the process of developing a MXL to FireFinder XLS total migration solution

  3. Features of the MXL to XLS migration solution • MXL Line Card (MLC) that allows XLS to communicate to existing ALD devices • Enclosure adapters that allow XLS components to fit into existing MXL and MXL-IQ backboxes MSE-2, MSE-2R, MME-3, MME-3R, MBR-2, MLE-6, MLE-6R, MSE-3M, MSE-3MR, MSE-3L, MSE-3LR • Enclosure adapters that allow SSD to fit into remote annunciator backboxes RCC-1, RCC-3, RCC-3R, RCC-1F, RCC-3F, RCC-3FR • Ability to import MXL device custom message database into XLS programming tool which reduces programming time

  4. Advantages • Competitive cost advantage for replacement of installed MXL systems due to ability to keep existing field devices and wiring • Less downtime for fire alarm system during migration • Ability to use existing backbox which eliminates an additional cut-out in the wall • Reduced programming time, reduces labor costs • Gets the customer’s solution accomplished faster than any competitor’s approach • Advanced system with improved response time that is easier to maintain

  5. MXL Configurations to Target • Single node MXL • MXL-IQs without high levelVESDA interface • Single node MXL with transponders • Single node MXLV Voicewith transponders • Networked MXLs • MXL to XLS interpanel logic is not supported (Proper Planning is required)

  6. MXL with XLDs • XLD Loops are required to be replaced with DLCs and H series devices • Please consult Florham Park to ensure DLC and MLC circuits can be run in the same conduit • DLC could cause noise on the MLC circuit with distances over 2000 ft when Unshielded, Untwisted wire is used!

  7. MXL Configurations to Not Target at this time • MXL-IQs with high level VESDA interface • Networked MXLVs with RCMs • MXLVs with more than 4 prerecorded digital messages or spoken zone coding • MXL(V)s connected to Apogee Insight • MXLs connected to NCC-WAN via the HUB-4/CMI-300 • MXL installations requiring FM or US Coast Guard approval

  8. MLC (MXL Line Card for FireFinder XLS) • Optional card for the FireFinder XLS panel utilizing the ALD Model "I" Series; Model "ID" Series; Model "IL" Series or Model "FP" Series type intelligent devices • Each card supplies 2 circuits • Each circuit supports 60 intelligent (addressable) devices • Each MLC supports 120 devices • Fits in XLS CC-5 or CC-2 card cage • Allows FireFinder XLS headend to use existing field devices and wiring • Consult XLS Wiring Compatibility Guide P/N 315-034786-3 (released October 2010)

  9. Adapter for MSE-2 Small Enclosures Includes Adapter Plate, Inner Door and Outer Door Required CAB-MP sold separately Space for up to BTX-1 31 AH Batteries Space for one PTB Keep the same backbox. Keep the same field wiring. Keep the same field devices. CAB-MP Adapter Plate

  10. Adapter for MME-3/MBR-2 Medium Enclosures Keep the same backbox. Keep the same field wiring. Keep the same field devices. • Includes Adapter Plate, Inner Door and Outer Door • Required CAB-MP(s) sold separately • Space for up to BTX-1 31 AH Batteries • Space for one PTB CAB-MP CAB-MP Adapter Plate

  11. Adapter for MLE-6 Large Enclosures Keep the same backbox. Keep the same field wiring. Keep the same field devices. • Includes Adapter Plate, Inner Door and Outer Door • Space for up to BTX-1 31 AH Batteries • Required CAB-MP(s) sold separately • Space for two PTBs

  12. Enclosure Adapter for MXL-IQ MSE-3M and MSE-3L Backbox Keep the same backbox. Keep the same field wiring. Keep the same field devices. • Includes Adapter Plate, Inner Door, Outer Door and Lens Plate • Space for up to 18 AH Batteries (Ensure batteries can take 5A charge!) Werker brand P/N WKA12-18NB

  13. Remote Annunciator Enclosure Adapter for Flush Mount RCC-1F and RCC-3F Keep the same backbox. Keep the same field wiring. • Includes Adapter Plate and Outer Door

  14. Remote Annunciator Enclosure Adapter for Surface Mount RCC-1 Keep the same backbox. Keep the same field wiring. • Includes Adapter Plate and Door Plate

  15. Database Import Capability • Import MXL CSGM device custom messages and properties into FireFinder XLS Zeus Windows based programming tool • Greatly reduces programming time

  16. Estimation of MXL to FireFinder XLS Migration

  17. Basic MXL System Conversion • MLC has List Price (TradeNet) of $1358 • CC-5 cardcage required • PMI-INT is required if Spanish, Portuguese or French overlays are needed

  18. Fire Module Conversion • Determine required CC-5/CC-2 cardcages for cards and necessary cabinet space for modules

  19. Fire Module Conversion (cont’) • FSI connection – Consult with Florham Park.

  20. Fire Module Conversion (cont’)

  21. Estimation of MXLV to FireFinder XLSV Migration

  22. Voice Module Conversion • Determine required CC-5/CC-2 cardcages for cards and necessary cabinet space for modules

  23. Voice Module Conversion (cont’) • Determine necessary cabinet space for modules

  24. Estimating Migration for MXLV with FireFighter’s Phones • ICPs used for telephone applications are not supported. Should replace with HCP driven by DLC or use alternate design • Determine required CC-5/CC-2 cardcages for cards

  25. Estimating Migration for MXLV with FireFighter’s Phones (cont’) • Remote Wardens Telephones have to be replaced with either FTS, FTS-P, FTS-C, FTS-CL, FTS-PLC • FB-300, FB-301S Warden Station Boxes can remain. • FJ-303, FJ-304, FJ-303SS, FJ-304SS phone jacks can remain

  26. Reuse of Wire and other Considerations • Consult XLS Wiring Compatibility Guide P/N 315-034786-3 (released October 2010) to ensure existing wiring can be reused. • Shielded analog audio riser cannot be used for DNET communication between DAC-NETs. • DNET communication requires 2 pairs of wire • XLS(V) NAC End of Line (EOL) Resistor Values are different than MXL(V) • MXL nodes with over 2500 addressable points need to converted to networked XLSs

  27. Estimating the Enclosures

  28. Estimating MXL Enclosure Adaptation for FireFinder XLS • XLS-EXT-CABLE-PKG (List Price $286) is recommended for desired placement of PMI and CAN submodules. • If the battery calculations exceed 31AH then the CAB-BATT must be installed. • Each row of installed equipment also requires a CAB-MP mounting plate (sold separately). • Inner and Outer Door Plates (sold separately).

  29. Estimating MXL-IQ Enclosure Adaptation for FireFinder XLS • If the battery calculations exceed 18AH then the CAB-BATT must be installed.

  30. Estimating RCC Enclosure Adaptation for FireFinder XLS • Adapting the above enclosures assumes a SSD(-C) (sold separately) will be the replacement remote annunciator. • RCC-2 needs to be replaced with a SSD(-c) or SSD-C-REM with REMBOX2. • A Global MKB in RCC needs to be replaced with a Global PMI in a REMBOX2. • A Global PMI in a REMBOX2 may be required to satisfy a customer request in order to provide Function Keys or maintain the functionality of an existing MKB-5 multiline display. • PMI-INT is required if Spanish, Portuguese or French overlays are needed

  31. XL3 and System 3 Enclosures • There are no adapters for XL3 and System 3 Enclosures • Replace with standardXLS CAB • For example, it is recommended to converta MXLV and associated System 3 enclosure withEL-410’s into CAB3’s with ZAM-180’s and CAB-BATT’s

  32. 1 Determine if it is a MXL configuration that can be migrated 2 Determine XLS equivalent list 3 Determine Power and Battery requirements using Calculation worksheet 4 Determine if existing wiring can be reused by consulting XLS WiringCompatibility Guide P/N 315-034786-3 (released October 2010) 5 Design Review and proper planning for system migration 6 Enter information in estimating tool Estimating Is Easy

  33. System Qualification Checklist Is the current system a MXL-IQ with high level VESDA interface? no Is the current system networked MXLVs with RCMs? no Is the current system a MXLV with more than 4 prerecorded messages or spoken zone coding? no Is the current system a MXL(V) connected to Apogee Insight? no Is the current system MXL system connected to the NCC-WAN via the HUB-4/CMI-300? no Does the MXL installation require FM or US Coast Guard Approval? no Is the current MXL/MXL-IQ system a good candidate for migration? Yes

  34. System Conversion Checklist

  35. System Conversion Checklist cont’d

  36. System Conversion Checklist (cont’)

  37. System Conversion Checklist (cont’)

  38. Typical Migration Scenarios

  39. MXL Panel Migrated to XLS Panel

  40. MXL Panel with an RCC-1F Migrated to XLS Panel with SSD-C

  41. MXL Panel w/ Transponders Migrated to XLS Panel w/ Transponders

  42. MXLV Panel with Transponders Migrated to XLSV Panel with Transponders

  43. MXL Peer to Peer Fire Network Migrated to XLS Peer to Peer Fire Network

  44. Zeus Version 8.00

  45. Zeus 8.00 - MLC • Inserting MLC automatically inserts two consecutive MLC loops. • Support of past ALD devices

  46. Zeus 8.00 – Dragging ALD Devices into Functions and Geographic Groups

  47. Zeus 8.00 – Dragging ALD Devices into Dialer Groups

  48. Zeus 8.00 – Summarize Option Trouble

  49. Zeus 8.00 – Sensitivity Adjust Function • Additional sensitivity levels have been added to account for older devices

  50. Zeus 8.00 – Reused and New Node Options • Pre-Alarm • IEC • MLC Photo Alarm Verification Time • MLC Ion Alarm Verification Time • MLC Damper Trouble Delay Time