4100ES Panel

4100ES Series Fire Detection and Control Panels provide extensive installation, operator, and service features with point and module capacities suitable for a wide range of system applications. An onboard Ethernet port provides fast external system communications to expedite installation and service activity. Dedicated compact flash memory archiving provides secure on-site system information storage of electronic job configuration files.

Modular design
A wide variety of functional modules are available to meet specific system requirements. Selections allow panels to be configured for either Stand-Alone or Networked fire control operation. InfoAlarm Command Center options provide convenient expanded display content, detailed on data sheet S4100-1045.

Master Controller (top) bay:

  • Models available with Color ES Touch Screen Display , Monochrome 2 line x 40 Character Display, or Monochrome InfoAlarm Display
  • 32-Bit Master Controller with color-coded operator interface including raised switches for high-confidence feedback
  • Dual configuration program CPU, convenient service port access, and capacity for up to 3000 addressable points
  • CPU assembly includes 2 GB dedicated compact flash memory for onsite system programming and information storage
  • ES Power Supply (ES-PS) and charger with onboard alarm relay, programmable auxiliary power output and provisions for one 4 in. x 10 in. or two 4 in. x 5 in. compatible option cards such as IDNet2 addressable device interface, Conventional NAC or Addressable IDNAC SLC modules; refer to 579-1288 installation instructions for additional details
  • Upgrade kits are available for existing control panels

Network compatibility:
Compatible with Simplex ES Net or 4120 Fire Alarm Networks

Standard addressable interfaces include:

  • 250 point addressable IDNet 2 SLC channel with electrically isolated dual short circuit isolating loops that supports TrueAlarm analog sensors and IDNet communications monitoring and control devices
  • Remote annunciator module support through RUI+ (remote unit interface) communications port

Optional modules include:

  • Building Network Interface Module (BNIC) for Ethernet connectivity options, refer to data sheet S4100-0061
  • Electrically isolated output IDNet 2 (two loop) and IDNet 2+2 (four loop) modules with short circuit isolation output loops allowing use with either shielded or unshielded, twisted or untwisted single pair wiring
  • Fire Alarm Network Interfaces, DACTs, city connections, and up to five RS-232 ports for printers and terminals
  • IP communicator compatibility. Use IP Communicator Cards (IPC) for central station reporting, refer to data sheet S2080-0090
  • MAPNET II addressable device modules and MAPNET II quad isolator modules
  • IDNAC signalling line circuits (SLCs) for addressable appliance control
  • Alarm relays, auxiliary relays, additional power supplies, IDC modules, NAC expansion modules
  • Service modems, VESDA Air Aspiration Systems interface, ASHRAE BACnet Interface, TCP/IP Bridges
  • LED/switch modules and panel mount printers
  • Emergency communications systems (ECS) equipment; 8 channel digital audio or 2 channel analog audio
  • 8-point zone/relay module, each point is selectable as an IDC input or relay output. Class A IDCs require two points (one out and one return). Relays rated for 2 A @ 30 VDC (resistive) and configurable as either normally open or normally closed.
  • Compatible with Simplex remotely located 4009 IDNet NAC Extenders, up to ten for each IDNet SLC

Listings information*

  • UL 864, Fire Detection and Control (UOJZ), Smoke Control Service (UUKL), Releasing Device Service (SYZV), Emergency Communication and Relocation Equipment (UOQY)
  • UL 1076, Proprietary Alarm Units – Burglar (APOU)
  • UL 2017, Process Management Equipment (QVAX), Emergency Alarm System Control Units (FSZI)
  • UL 1730, Smoke Detector Monitor (UULH)
  • UL 2572, Mass Notification Systems (PGWM)
  • CAN/ULC-S527 Control Units for Fire Alarm Systems (UOJZ7), Releasing Device Service (SYZV7)
  • CAN/ULC-S559 Central Station Fire Alarm System Units (DAYR7)
  • ULC/ORD-C1076 Proprietary Burglar Alarm Units and Systems (APOU7)
  • ULC/ORD-C100 Smoke Control System Equipment (UUKL7)

CPU provides dual configuration programs

  • Two programs allow for optimal system protection and commissioning efficiency with one active program and one reserve
  • Downtime is reduced because the system stays running during download

PC based programmer features

  • Convenient front panel accessed Ethernet port for quick and easy download of site-specific programming
  • Modifications can be uploaded as well as downloaded for greater service flexibility
  • Firmware enhancements are made through software downloads to the on-board flash memory

Operator interface features

  • TrueAlarm individual analog sensing with front panel information and selection access
  • “Dirty” TrueAlarm sensor maintenance alerts, service and status reports including “almost dirty”
  • TrueAlarm magnet test indication appears as distinct “test abnormal” message on display when in test mode
  • TrueAlarm sensor peak value performance report
  • Install Mode allows grouping of multiple troubles for uninstalled modules and devices into a single trouble condition, typical with future phased expansion; with future equipment and devices grouped into a single trouble, operators can more clearly identify events from the commissioned and occupied areas
  • Module level ground fault searching assists installation and service by locating and isolating modules with grounded wiring
  • Recurring Trouble Filtering allows the panel to recognize, process, and log recurring intermittent troubles, such as external wiring ground faults, but only sends a single outbound system trouble to avoid nuisance communications
  • WALKTEST silent or audible system test performs an automatic self resetting test cycle

The Master Controller Bay (top) includes a standard multi-featured ES power supply, the master controller board, expansion space for optional features, and operator interface equipment.

The Expansion Bays include a Power Distribution Interface (PDI) for new 4 in. x 5 in. flat design option modules and also accommodate 4100-style modules.

The Battery Compartment (bottom) accepts two batteries, up to 50 Ah, to be mounted within the cabinet without interfering with module space.