Addressing & Polling

How do I find out what the address of a device is?

You will need to fix the device to the TCH-B200 hand-held programmer and then press the left grey button. Status messages will display on screen. The address of the device will then be displayed. The default address is 127.

How do I program a new address into a device?

Fix the device to the TCH-B200 hand-held programmer and then press the left grey button. Status messages will display on screen.

 

The address of the device will then be displayed. Pressing the left button increases the address by 10. Pressing the right button increase the address by 1. Press the blue button to store the new address.

Can I address mini-modules and call points?

Yes, but you will need a PL3 lead (available to order).

 

Plug one end into the TCH-B200 and the other end into the call point or mini-module. You can then program as before.

How do I change the polling mode of a device?

There are 3 modes available; Polling (flashing LEDs), non-polling (no flashing LEDs), and standard (default). To change the mode of a device you will need to use a TCH-B200 hand-held programmer.

 

Ensure there is not a device fixed to the TCH-B200. Press and hold the right grey button and the blue button together. Press and hold the left grey button until dots appear on screen. Release left grey button after a few seconds. A menu will appear. Release right grey button and blue button. Use the left grey button to change the mode. Use the blue button to store your selection.

How do I read a devices analogue value?

Fix the device to the TCH-B200 hand-held programmer. Switch it on using the left grey button. Wait for the address to be displayed. Press the blue button to display the analogue reading.

 

Over time a device may become contaminated; it is therefore important to check that the analogue value still falls within the normal operating range. The normal operating range is printed on the underside of the device.

Testing & Maintenance

How do I remove the device casing for cleaning?

Removal tool 3 is compatible with the ALN-EN, ATJ-EN and the ACC-EN.

 

Line up the arrow on the removal tool, with the arrow on the underside of the device, push it in and the device casing will release. To put the case back on, line up the arrow on the underside of the case with the line on the side of the device.

Can I use Solo to test an aspirating system?

No. You must use special dry smoke pellets, not a compressed aerosol.

Other

Where can I find product specifications, installation instructions and product certificates?

Please contact the Hochiki Asia Pacific office with any specific requirements.

Who can I contact for further technical support?

Our technical support team can be contacted by phone on +65 6841 9728 or emailed at sales@hochikiasiapacific.com

Who can I contact regarding my order?

If you have any queries regarding your order please contact customer services on +65 6841 9728.

How do I return a product?

We acknowledge that there may be times when you need to return items. To learn more about our returns process please contact us on +65 6841 9728 or email us on sales@hochikiasiapacific.com.

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