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detectortesterstesting technology from No ClimbMUTI-STIMULUS DETECTOR TESTERtestifire MULTI-STIMULUS DETECTOR TESTERUser DETECTOR TESTERtestifire MULTI-STIMULUS DETECTOR TESTERUser ManualThis manual provides information for the correct use of the testifire 1000 and 2000series of detector testers including: Testifire1000 Head Unit Testifire1001 Testing Kit Testifire6001 Testing Kit Testifire9001 Testing Kit Testifire2000 Head Unit Testifire2001 Testing Kit Testifire6201 Testing Kit Testifire9201 Testing KitReplacement CapsulesTS3 Smoke CapsuleTC3 CO CapsuleAdditional ItemsTMSolo 760 Battery Baton TMSolo 726 Universal Fast Battery ChargerTMSolo 100 Telescope PoleTMSolo 101 Extension PoleTMSolo 200 Universal Detector Removal ToolTMSolo 610 Protective Carrying / Storage Bag Testifire25 Infrared Remote Control Testifire100 RFID BluetoothModule* A complete Product Selector of the Testifire components and kits is shown on page 36 of this User any additional information or technical support, please contact your local distributor, or visit the Testifire web site at: * Future optionTestifire 2000 illustrateddetectortesterstesting technology from No TestApparatus as to Verification of Detector FunctionalOperation Only77TLImportant Information Read this User Manual completely before using your Testifire. Save this User Manual - Save all safety and operational instructions for future reference. Take note of the Warnings - Read carefully and follow all warning labels on the product and those described in this User Manual. Water and Moisture - This product is designed for indoor use only and should not be subject to, or used in, a wet environment. Servicing - To make sure that your Testifire unit continues to perform as intended, it will require a regular service. A standard period for service is every 12 months. In extreme use, a service could be required sooner. Testifire has a built-in service interval timer and it will warn you when a service is due or overdue. (See section for more information). Testifire is a precision electronic instrument and care should be taken when handling and storing. Dropping on to a hard surface could damage it. Please look after it, treat it with care and it will last for many years. To protect the high-precision technology contained in Testifire, never leave Testifire in the places listed below, whether if in use or in storage: Places where temperatures and/or humidity are high or go through extreme changes. Direct sunlight, or near other heat sources (stoves, radiators, etc.) Always observe the operating and storage environment restrictions detailed in the Technical Specifications (see Section 9) In sandy or dusty environments. In places prone to strong vibration. Near to sources of static or radio waves. Wet or moist environments. Testifire is designed for indoor use only. Stop using Testifire immediately if you notice any unusual odours; liquids or noise coming from it. Switch off immediately and consult technical support (section ). If your Testifire unit becomes damaged do not use it. Switch off immediately and consult technical support (section ). Testifire is not designed for use in hazardous areas (those containing explosive vapour or dust). Use only approved accessories that are recommended by the manufacturer for your Testifire model. The Battery Baton should be removed when Testifire is not in use. This will prevent the gradual discharge of the battery and prevent possible accidental operation of the head unit. Do not use your Testifire if it is not operating properly. Consult the Troubleshooting section (section ) of this manual and if required seek technical advice. If the equipment is used in a manner not specified by the manufacturer, the protection provided by the equipment may be impaired. Use only approved accessories that are recommended by the manufacturer for your Testifire model. (see Section )MULTI-STIMULUS DETECTOR TESTERtestifire symbol on the product indicates that there is a safety symbol on the product indicates that you should read and understand this User Manual before using this symbol on the product warns you of hot surfaces or heat by symbol on the product indicates that this part of the device is susceptible to static crossed-out refuse container symbol on this product or literature indicates that it should not be disposed with other business waste at the end of its working life. To help ensure that valuable resources are reused and recycled, and to prevent possible harm to the environment or human health from uncontrolled waste disposal, please separate this from any other types of must read the appropriate sections of the User Manual to understand the nature and severity of all the potential hazards present and the action you must of Symbols and TermsThe following symbols are used throughout this User DETECTOR TESTERtestifire product emits small amounts of carbon monoxide (CO) gas which is a harmful, odour-less gas. directly from the duct during a CO test or within 5 minutes of DO NOT INHALEconducting a CO : Under normal operating conditions, this emission will present no harm to the user. For additional information please refer to the separate safety information product contains hot surfaces and hot air is also emitted from the duct outlet. the tip of the CO capsule when it has been removed if the unit has been DO NOT TOUCHin operation within the previous 5 minutes. It will be very hot immediately after use and may burn if touched. insert fingers into the aperture from where the CO capsule has been removed. DO NOTThere are very hot surfaces which may burn if touched. Avoid placing hands near the duct outlet during heat testing or within 5 minutes of conducting heat testing. Hot air is emitted from the duct and the top of the duct will get hot to the product is intended to be used at great care and always wear appropriate PPE (personal protective equipment) when operating above head height in order to avoid the risk of Keep proper footing and balance at all times. Proper footing and DO NOT OVER REACHbalance enables better control of the equipment in unexpected particular attention to avoid contact with overhead items such as light fittings, overhead power cables/busbars and any other objects that could be accidentally dislodged which might cause danger to the operator or anyone else in the Safety InformationMULTI-STIMULUS DETECTOR TESTERtestifire of ContentsMULTI-STIMULUS DETECTOR TESTERtestifire Page 4General Instructions Warranty 4 Acknowledgement 4 Recycling 42. 5Introduction3. 6Parts Identification4. 7Preparation For Use Charging the Battery 7 Using the Battery 8 Removal and Replacement of the Smoke and Carbon Monoxide (CO) Capsules 9 Turning the Unit On 10 Using the Menus 11 Adjusting the Head Unit Angle 11 Testing High Profile Detectors 125. 13Using Your Testifire Sounder Option 14 Testing a Detector 14 Smoke Testing 15 Heat Testing 15 Carbon Monoxide (CO) Testing 17 Clearing the Detector 17 Capsule Fuel Level 1 8 Simultaneous Testing 19 Sequential Testing 19 Combined Simultaneous and Sequential Testing 2 0 Infrared Remote Control 20 RFID Auto Tests* 21 Indicating LED Reference Chart 226. 23Troubleshooting Errors 23 System Reset 23 Error Messages and Indicating LED Reference Chart 247. 25Support Technical Support 25 Future Updates 2 5 System Information 25 Maintenance 25 Servicing 26 Service Reminders 27 Testifire Flash Loader Software Instructions 288. 34Technical Specifications Field Replaceable Parts 359. 36Product Selector10. 37Agreement for Supply of Products and Associated Software* Future option1. General WarrantyIn addition to any other express warranty given in writing by the Company in relation to the Goods, the Company warrants that the Goods supplied under these terms and conditions will be in accordance with the specification (if any) contained in the Purchase Order, and will be free from defects in workmanship and material for a period of 18 months from the date of delivery to the Buyer or for a period of 12 months after the date of sale by the Buyer to the final customer whichever period is the shorter. AcknowledgementTestifire , Solo and BatteryBaton are registered marks of No Climb Products Ltd. All other brand names mentioned are trademarks or registered marks of their respective holders, and are hereby acknowledged. 2010 No Climb Products Rights RecyclingThe packaging can be easily separated into the following materials: Cardboard (outerbox) Cardboard (inner buffers, boxes) Polyethylene (Capsulebags) Plastic (Capsulecaps)Please dispose in line with local environmental (Waste Electrical & Electronic Equipment) Regulations 2006Testifire and Testifire capsules are suitably marked to be recycled in accordance with your local environmental requirements. Alternatively these items may be returned to the manufacturer via your reseller for disposal in compliance with WEEE (Waste Electrical & Electronic Equipment) Regulations DeclarationWe declare that this product and its associated components are designed and manufactured to be fully compliant with the requirements of the Directive 2002/95/EC Restrictions of use of certain Hazardous Substances in Electrical and Electronic Equipment (The RoHS Directive).EULA (End User Licence Agreement)See Section DETECTOR TESTERtestifire Back to Contents Page2. Introductionpage 5Testifire 1000 SeriesHead UnitTestifire 2000 SeriesHead UnitThank you for purchasing Testifire Multi-Stimulus Detector manual is designed to assist you to get the best and most efficient use of the Testifire 1000 and 2000 model range, and provides all the information required to perform routine service and maintenance tasks with includes an array of advanced and intelligent technologies that change traditional approaches to functional testing in the field. Simply by being able to test all fire detectors with one unit is faster and more productive. In addition the Testifire range brings health, safety, environmental and technological benefits to field servicing of fire detectors as never seen is a technologically advanced, fully field portable device for functional testing of fire detectors. The unit is suitable for testing optical/photoelectric and ionisation smoke sensors, thermal sensors (fixed temperature or rate-of-rise), and carbon monoxide (CO) fire sensors, be they conventional, addressable or analogue addressable. Testifire is also the first functional tester that enables testing of multi-sensors or multi-criteria detectors from a single test creates stimuli that the sensors are designed to detect. Depending on the model purchased, Testifire can create smoke, heat and CO stimuli on demand from a single unit. Testifire creates stimuli without using pressurised aerosol cans or hazardous media. Stimuli (Smoke, Heat, and CO) are generated at the time of test using safe and patented processes fuelled by replaceable can also execute programmed testing: Simultaneously (any combination of Smoke, Heat and CO), Sequentially ( Smoke, followed by Heat and then CO) or Combined Simultaneous and Sequentially ( Smoke and Heat together followed by CO). In addition it also incorporates a clearing mode that enables the stimuli to be blown out of the detector immediately after a test, enabling more rapid resets at the panel. Testifire is also capable of reading from, and writing data to electronic RFID tags which may be installed on detectors. This permits a level of automation in testing and logging of service and maintenance activities. The facility for an optional RFID and Bluetooth module is covered in detail in the RFID you require additional information or assistance in the use of Testifire, please visit the support area of our web site, or contact our technical support department as detailed on the Support page of this User DETECTOR TESTERtestifire to Contents PageMain Duct for Heat, Smoke and CO*Testifire 100 RFID Bluetooth Module**BellowsRFID Antenna*** Depending on model specification** Future optionPlatformTestifire 2000 IllustratedInnerClearCupInfrared Beam3. Parts Identificationpage 6Battery BatonAdjustableHandleUser InterfaceDisplay (LCD) Status LED Test Type LEDCO CapsuleAccess Cover*Smoke CapsuleAccess CoverUSB Port(on rear of unit)Replacement CapsulesSmoke CapsuleTS3CO CapsuleTC3*Testifire Smoke Capsule TS3Testifire CO Capsule TC3*Status KeyMenu KeyEscape KeyON/OFF KeyEnter KeyMenuNavigationKeysUser Interface KeypadClearCupMULTI-STIMULUS DETECTOR TESTERtestifire Infrared RemoteControl to Contents Page4. Preparation For Usepage 7MULTI-STIMULUS DETECTOR TESTERtestifire Charging the Battery Solo NiMH Battery Batons are used to power Testifire and enable it to be fitted to Solo Access Poles. The Solo760 Battery Baton must be charged before using Testifire. To obtain maximum duration of testing, it should be fully charged for each use. The Solo726 charger should be used for charging Solo760 Battery Batons (Fig. 1). Connect charger to power outlet / vehicle accessory socket using power cable supplied / umbilical DC connecting lead respectively. LED will not illuminate permanently (Fig. 4). Connect the Battery Baton to the charger via the seven pin polarised connector and turn the locking ring (Fig. 2 & 3). LED will flash red/green initially, then illuminate red only to indicate fast charging. LED illuminates green only when battery fully charged. Charging times will depend on the discharge state of the Battery Baton. Charge times can be 75-90 minutes when charging a fully discharged Battery Baton. If LED flashes red, there is a battery : If Battery Baton is not to be used for some time ( within the next day), it is advisable to unplug the charger from the power supply. As with all rechargeable batteries, after a few hundred cycles of normal use your Battery Baton will eventually reach the end of its useable life and will hold less charge or not charge properly. At this point it is recommended that replacement Battery Batons are purchased. To ensure the longest possible battery life, discharge the Battery Baton fully before charging whenever possible and avoid leaving the Battery Baton in a discharged state for long periods of time. WARNINGDo not attempt to use or charge the battery if either the unit or the battery connection point are connect AC and DC power at the same 1Fig. 4Fig. 2Fig. 3Locking to Contents PageFig. 5Fig. 6CAUTIONEnsure correct orientation when inserting Battery Baton into tool and do not use undueforce to Battery Baton from Testifire when not in 8MULTI-STIMULUS DETECTOR TESTERtestifire to Contents PageCAUTIONStore charger in a dry place (indoor use only when connected to AC mains). Danger of fire and electric shock! Do not fast-charge a hot battery, allow the Battery Baton to cool down naturally before starting a charge cycle. Allow the charger to cool down for at least 15 minutes after one fast charge. Stop charging if the Battery Baton becomes too hot duringcharging (>55-60 C). Do not leave unattended whilst charging. Only clean with a dry cloth. Do not attempt to open the charger. Repair permitted only by authorised Batons must be stored and charged in accordance with stated environmental conditions. Environment: Operating temperature:5 C to 45 C / 40 F to 115 F Storage temperature: - 10 C to 50 C / 15 F to 120 F Humidity:0 -90% RH non-condensingATTENTIONThis charger is designed for charging fast rechargeable NiMH Battery Batons (Solo 760) only. Do not connect other types of batteries. Danger of Batons must be disposed of at a recognised recycling centre. Local authorities can provide advice on the best Using the Battery To insert the Battery Baton into Testifire, hold the Testifire head unit by the handle and depress the upper spring button on the Battery Baton. Align the button with the location hole in the handle and push the Battery Baton into the handle until the button springs up through the location hole (Fig. 5). : Slight rotation of the Battery Baton may assist alignment when Insert the other end of the Battery Batonintothe Solo access pole and depress the lower spring button. Align it with the location hole and push the Battery Baton further into the pole until the button springs up through the hole (Fig. 6).page 9Fig. 7Spring ClipsSpring ClipProtectorCAUTIONDO NOT TOUCH the black carbon tape of the CO capsule or surrounding area. The tip and surrounding area may be hot after insert fingers or other objects into the aperture from where the CO capsule has DO NOTbeen removed. There are very hot surfaces which may burn or become damaged if symbol on the product indicates that this part of the device is susceptible to static damage. the contacts on the PCB on the capsule. Static electricity may damage DO NOT TOUCHthem and contamination of the contacts must be 8CBMULTI-STIMULUS DETECTOR TESTERtestifire to Contents Removal and Replacement of the Smoke and Carbon Monoxide (CO) CapsulesSmoke and CO capsules are non-refillable. Only replace with genuine Testifire TS3 (Smoke) and TC3 (CO) : Manufacturer s warranty is conditional on the use of only genuine Testifire replacement parts which must be replaced in accordance with the instructions observe the local regulations regarding the disposal of packaging materials, exhausted batteries and old electronic capsules may be returned to the manufacturer for environmentally-friendly disposal via the reseller to comply with WEEE (Waste Electrical & Electronic Equipment) Regulations use gentle pressure when inserting the Capsule Removal Instructions (Testifire 1000 and 2000 series) Release the upper access cover (Fig. 7)on the body of theTestifire A unit by opening it from the right hand side. Note: Testifire 1000 series units only have one access cover. Squeeze the two clips (Fig. 7) on each sideof the used capsuleandB gently pull the capsule Capsule Replacement Instructions Remove the capsule from its outer carton and anti-static bag. Remove the spring clipprotector cap (Fig. 8) from the new Holding the capsule by the spring clips (Fig. 8) with the label on theB underside, carefully insert the new capsule into the capsule port. Push it into position, ensuring that the clips spring out positively on both sides of the capsule to engage correctly with the port. Close the Smokeaccess cover (Fig. 7) Turning the Unit On To turn the unit on, press and hold thered ON-OFF keyfor 2 seconds (Fig. 11). The Status LED will flash slowly green to indicate that the unit is in STANDBY mode. The first time the unit is powered-on (or after a System Reset see Section ), you will be prompted to select the Testifire operating language for your region. Use the UP and DOWN keys to navigate and ENTER key to select your required operating language (Fig. 12). This will display a confirmation screen (Fig. 13). Press the MENU key to select or the STATUS key to cancel. Once the language has been selected the MAIN menu will be displayed. The chosen language can be changed at any time by pressing the MENU key. Use the UP and DOWN keys to navigate the menu and use the ENTER key to select Language (Fig. 14). Pressing the ESCAPE key goes back to the STANDBY screen. After long periods of non-use or when a Smoke Capsule has been replaced, the unit will self-prime at power-on, prior to displaying the MAIN menu. Testifire will show the Preparing for use Please wait message for a short period while it is priming the circuits ready for use (Fig. 15). If the unit is left in Standby mode for more than 5 minutes, it will power off to conserve the 9page 10Spring ClipsTip ProtectorEDFig. 10FFEMULTI-STIMULUS DETECTOR TESTERtestifire to Contents PageFig. 11Fig. 13Fig. 12EnglishDeutschEspa olFran ais Preparing for use Please waitFig. 15Fig. 14 EnglishSelect CancelSystem ResetCO Capsule Removal Instructions (Testifire 2000 series only) Only replace the COcapsule when it is empty. Testifire should be turned off for five minutes to allow the CO capsule to cool down before removing it. Release the lower access cover (Fig. 9) on the body of theTestifire D unit by opening it from the right hand side. Squeeze the spring clips (Fig. 9)on each side and gently pull the E capsule out. Do not touch the tip of the CO capsule as it may be Capsule Replacement Instructions Remove the capsule from its outer carton and anti-static bag. Remove the tip protector from the tip of the capsule (Fig. 10).F Holding the capsule by the spring clips (Fig. 10) with the label E uppermost, carefully insert the new capsule into the capsule port. Push it into position, ensuring that the spring clips spring out positively on both sides of the capsule and engage with the port properly. Close the CO access cover (Fig. 9) Using the Menus Before turning Testifire on for the first time, it is recommended that you become familiar with system menus. Testifire smenu systemis simple to navigate. Using the UP and DOWN menu navigation keys , you can move the cursor through the MAIN menu (Fig. 16). Press the ENTER key to select stimuli from the MAIN menu or to display sub menus. Pressing the ESCAPE key goes back to the MAIN menu or, when a test sequence has been programmed and the MAIN menu is displayed, the ESCAPE key will cancel the programmed test sequence. A DOWN arrow on the bottom right of the MAIN menu indicates options are available below. Use the DOWN key on the keypad to move down through the menu. (Fig. 17). The UP arrow on the MAIN menu indicates options available above. Use the UP key on the keypad to move up through the menu (Fig 18). Press the LEFT key on the keypad to go back one menu level. : For a single test, use the UP and DOWN TIP keys to highlight Smoke , Heat or CO as required on the MAIN menu. You do not need to press the ENTER key on the keypad to select, just leave the required test stimuli highlighted (Fig. 19).page 11Fig. 21Fig. 20Fig. 22MULTI-STIMULUS DETECTOR TESTERtestifire to Contents Adjusting the Head Unit Angle Correct head angle adjustment is important to make sure that the detector to be tested is correctly positioned in the inner clear cup and the user is in a safe and appropriate position to carry out the test. The detector should touch the base of the Testifire inner clear cup and should be level with the base of the detector (Fig. 20). Adjust the head unit for the correct angleto access the detectorto be tested. Hold the body of Testifire and, pulling gently against the spring, angle the head unit away from the Battery Baton (Fig. 21). The head unit will be free to rotate to the desired position and, on release, it will lock and remain locked for use (Fig. 22).KeypadFig. 18Fig. 17 Smoke Heat CO Menu StatusFig. 19Fig. 16 Smoke Heat CO Menu Status Heat CO Clear Menu StatusStatus KeyMenu KeyEscape KeyON/OFF KeyEnter KeyMenuNavigationKeysFig. 24page 12Fig. 23MULTI-STIMULUS DETECTOR TESTERtestifire to Contents Testing High Profile Detectors When testing high profile detectors, it may be necessary to remove the inner clear cup to enable the detector to sit in the correct position for a successful test. The inner clear cup has a semi-circular cut-out on the side nearest to the user interface. Place your finger in the cut-out and carefully lift out the cup (Fig. 23). This will allow for correct positioning of the high profile detector within the cup (Fig. 24). : To prevent Testifire going straight into a test mode, both the inner and outer clear cups should cleaned TIP regularly with a damp non-abrasive cloth to remove any deposits or finger DETECTOR TESTERtestifire 5. Using Your TestifireWARNINGThis product emits small amounts of carbon monoxide (CO) gas which is a harmful, odour-less gas. directly from the duct during a CO test or within 5 minutes of DO NOT INHALEconducting a CO : Under normal operating conditions, this emission will present no harm to the user. For additional information please refer to the separate safety information product contains hot surfaces and hot air is also emitted from the duct outlet. the tip of the CO capsule when it has been removed if the unit has DO NOT TOUCHbeen in operation within the previous 5 minutes. It will be very hot immediately after use and may burn if touched. insert fingers into the aperture from where the CO capsule has been removed. DO NOTThere are very hot surfaces which may burn if touched. Avoid placing hands near the duct outlet during heat testing or within 5 minutes of conducting heat testing. Hot air is emitted from the duct and the top of the duct will get hot to the product is intended to be used at great care and always wear appropriate PPE (personal protective equipment) when operating above head height in order to avoid the risk of Keep proper footing and balance at all times. Proper footing and DO NOT OVER REACHbalance enables better control of the equipment in unexpected should always be taken when using Testifire at height. Pay particular attention to avoid contact with overhead items such as light fittings, overhead power cables/busbars and any other objects that could be accidentally dislodged which might cause danger to the operator or anyone else in the vicinity. After you have completed the preparation procedures, Testifire will be ready for use. To carry out a simple, single stimulus test, use the UP and DOWN keys on the keypad (as described in section of this manual) to highlight the stimulus required (Fig. 25). Although you can select the required stimulus by pressing the ENTER key , all that is required for a single stimulus test is to highlight the required stimulus (complex sequences of single-stimulus tests, or a simultaneous multi-stimulus test are covered in Sections , and ).Fig. 25 Smoke Heat CO Menu Statuspage to Contents Testing a Detector Raise Testifire up to the detector to be tested and place it centrally over the detector. As the detector enters the clear cup and interrupts the built-in infrared sensor in the head of Testifire, the selected tests or sequence of tests, begin. NOTE: It is very important that the detector under test is in the correct position within the clear cup for a successful test to take place. The detector should sit on the platform and the top of the inner clear cup should be parallel to the detector base. Ideally, the bellows should seal against the ceiling surface (Fig 28). When testing high profile detectors, it may be necessary to remove the inner clear cup to enable the detector to sit in the correct position for a successful test. The inner clear cup has a semi-circular cut-out on the side nearest to the user interface. Place your finger in the cut-out and carefully lift out the inner clear cup (Fig. 29). : Ideally, the detector LED should be visible through the inner cup of the head TIP unit. In some instances this is not possible. To improve visibility of the detector LED, lower Testifire briefly, (2 seconds maximum), raising it again to continue the test. For single-stimulus tests, the Test Type LED will remain illuminated in one colour only, and for a sequence of single-stimulus tests it will show the colour relating to the current test. For a multi-stimulus simultaneous test, it will show all the colours relating to the stimuli in the test, alternating its colour repeatedly between them. If after 2 minutes the test has not completed, Testifire will time out. When the detector is activated, remove Testifireby lowering it gently. Testifirewill return to STANDBY mode as the Infrared beam is re-established and the Status LED will flash slowly may be used in a variety of modes for detector testing. Multiple stimuli (Smoke, Heat, CO) may be tested either simultaneously (all at once) and/or sequentially (in various combinations). The stimuli and their method of operation are described in the following Sounder Option Two different beeps are emitted from Testifire. A short beep when pressing the Power-On button and for a key press ( Keypad ), and a longer 2-second beep for errors ( Warning ). In some environments the sound may not be desirable. Testifire has an option that allows both types of beep to be disabled. Once disabled, the sound stays disabled until it is manually enabled again or a SYSTEM RESET takes place. (see Section ). To disable the sound, press the MENU key and using the UP and DOWN keys on the keypad, navigate to Sounder (Fig. 26) and select using the ENTER key . Use the ENTER key also to select ON or OFF for the Keypad and Warning sounds (Fig. 27). Once the stimulus has been selected, the Test Type LED will change colour to indicate the following: Red = Heat Test Blue = Smoke Test Green = Carbon Monoxide Test Clear = Clearing The Status LED provides feedback on the modes of operation and alerts you to errors or when a smoke or CO capsule is empty or incorrectly fitted. The Indicating LED Reference Chart details all of the variations (see Section ). page 14Fig. 26 Sounder Keypad Off Warning Off Fig. 27MULTI-STIMULUS DETECTOR TESTERtestifire Fig. to Contents PageSystem Heat Testing To select a heat test on the MAIN menu, move the cursor to Heat using the UP and DOWN keys on the keypad (Fig. 31). The test will begin automatically when the head unit is placed over the detector and the infrared beam is broken. The Test Type LED on Testifire will confirm that heat is being generated by illuminating red. Heat is blown from the duct immediately the test begins. The temperature ofthe air emerging from the duct is such that it can heat the thermal sensor in the detector. The heat is produced in a narrow stream and is not intended to heat up the whole inner clear cup area of Testifire. Instead, only the area immediately around thethermal sensor in the detector will be heated in order to preserve battery Smoke Testing To select a smoke test on the MAIN menu, move the cursor to Smoke using the UP and DOWN keys on the keypad (Fig. 30). The test will begin automatically when the head unit is placed over the detector and the infrared beam is broken. The Test Type LED on Testifire will confirm that smoke is being generated by illuminating blue. Smoke is generated and blown into the detector within a few seconds of the test beginning. Not all of the smoke is visible to the naked eye and it must not be assumed that there is a problem when smoke is not immediately seen emerging from the unit. The amount of smoke produced may vary throughout the test. During a smoke test, a slight popping noise may be heard during the smoke generation. This is normal and part of the test 15 Smoke Heat CO Menu StatusFig. 30CAUTIONAvoid placing hands near the duct outlet during heat testing or within 5 minutes of conducting heat testing. Hot air is emitted from the duct and the top of the duct will get hot to the touch. Smoke Heat CO Menu StatusFig. 31MULTI-STIMULUS DETECTOR TESTERtestifire NOTE: Lowering Testifire during a test will do the following: For less than 2 seconds: Nothing. The test will continue as soon as the detector re-enters the cup. For more than 2 seconds: During a Sequential Test, Testifire will advance to the next test that is programmed. For more than 10 seconds: During a Sequential or Simultaneous Test, Testifire will reset and return to the first test of the programmed test sequence. to Contents Page A Hi Heat setting for fixed temperature detectors which operate at more than 90 C (194 F) is available. It is recommended that for most teststhe Heat (normal heat) setting is used as this will conserve battery power. To select a Hi Heat test, use the UP and DOWN keys on the keypad to highlight Heat . Press the STATUS key on the keypad (Fig 32), and then move the cursor to Hi Heat (Fig 33) using the UP and DOWN keys on the keypad. Press the ENTER key to select Hi-Heat . After selecting Hi Heat , Testifire will revert to the Heat setting when the unit is switched off and on Notes for Heat Detectors Heat detectors have a thermal sensor (normally a thermistor) that detects heat. This is usually mounted centrally within the detector which allows for easy alignment of Testifire. For heat detectors with either dual or offset thermistors, the main duct of the Testifire head unit should be aligned with the thermal sensor. Incorrect alignment could result in a failed test. If after 2 minutes the test has not completed, Testifire will timeout. When Testifire is lowered (re-establishing the Infrared beam) it will switch to STANDBY mode, ready to carry out the next test. The Status LED will flash slowly alternating between green and red for 3 seconds before reverting to slowly flashing green indicating STANDBY mode. For tests started with the Infrared Remote Control, Testifire's timeout mode is different. The red-green flashing led timeout mode will only last for 10 seconds after which the test sequence will be cancelled and the unit will revert back to standby mode. When using the Heat setting, care should also be taken not to leave the Testifire head unit in position over a detector for too long. The plastics used in some detectors with thermal sensing elements that respond to rate- of-rise, or reasonably low absolute temperatures, may soften if exposed to heat for long periods of time. Extra care should be taken not to overheat a detector when using the Heat setting combined with Smoke and/or CO (two or more at the same time) as there may be a delay in response from the slowest sensor. This may mean that the heat has been applied for longer than necessary for the element of the detector to activate. page 16NFPA 72 - Heat Detector TestingTo enable compliance with NFPA 72, a 60 second heat timer option is available. Selecting this option stops the heat test at 60 seconds as required by the standard. A Timer option is available for Heat and Hi-Heat select the Timer option, highlight Heat or Hi Heat on the MAIN menu. Press the STATUS key (Fig. 34), and move the cursor by using the UP and DOWN keys on the keypad to highlight Timer on the menu (Fig. 35). Press the ENTER key on the keypad to select. A countdown icon will appear on the MAIN menu alongside Heat or Hi Heat (Fig. 36).Once the Timer option has been selected it will stay on until it is turned off manually or a SYSTEM RESET takes place (see Section ).Fig. 36 Smoke Hi Heat CO Menu StatusFig. 35 Heat Status Hi Heat On Timer Off Fig. 34Fig. 32Fig. 33 Heat Status Hi Heat On Timer On MULTI-STIMULUS DETECTOR TESTERtestifire to Contents Pagepage Carbon Monoxide (CO) Testing To select a CO test on the MAIN menu, move the cursor to CO using the UP and DOWN keys on the keypad (Fig. 37). The test will begin automatically when the head unit is placed over the detector and the infrared beam is broken. CO is invisible and it will not be apparent that the gas ispresentduring a Test Type LED on Testifire will confirm that CO is being generated by illuminating is generated and gently blown into the detector. When used as directed, Testifireis safe for testingCO Fire Detectors. It is not suitable for testing most Life Safety CO Detectors which typically require exposure to far higher level of carbon monoxide to activate. After carrying out a CO test (singularly or as part of a programme). Testifire cools the CO heater element. The right hand Status LED will flash Green and Red with longer gaps between the flashes. Once the CO heater element temperature has been reduced, the Status LED will indicate STANDBY mode, by flashing Green slowly. The next CO test can then be carried Clearing the DetectorThis operation blows air into the detector to clear it of smoke. It does not clean the internal components of the select theclearing function on the main menu, move the cursor to Clear using () the UP and DOWN keyson the keypadFig. 38. The clearing operation will begin automatically when the head unit is placed over the detector and the infrared beam is broken. The Status LED will flash fast in green or fast in red if the battery is low. The Test Type LED will not be illuminated at all during a clearing operation. : Set Clear as part of a sequential test with Smoke Smoke is 1 and Clear TIP is set to 2 (Fig. 39). This will speed up the testing of smoke detectors as the clearing process will remove the possibility of the detector reactivating. See Section for details of how to set up a sequential product emits small amounts of carbon monoxide (CO) gas which is a harmful, odourless gas. directly from the duct during a CO test or within 5 minutes of DO NOT INHALEconducting a CO : Under normal operating conditions, this emission will present no harm to the user. For additional information please refer to the separate safety information provided. Smoke Heat CO Menu StatusFig. 37Fig. 38 Smoke Heat CO Menu Status Smoke Heat Clear Menu StatusMULTI-STIMULUS DETECTOR TESTERtestifire to Contents PageFig. 39 Smoke 1 Heat Clear 2 Menu StatusFig. 41Fig. 40Fig. 42Fig. 43 Smoke StatusCapsule Level Smoke Heat CO Menu Capsule Fuel Level The remaining level of Smoke and CO fuel available in the capsules can be displayed on the screen by highlighting Smoke or CO in the MAIN menu by using the UP and DOWN keys on the keypad (Fig. 40) and then pressing the STATUS key (Fig. 41) to display the capsule level (Fig. 42). Attempting to carry out a test with an empty capsule will result in an error. The Status LED will illuminate red and Capsule Empty will be displayed on the screen. If an X is displayed beside Smoke or CO on the MAIN menu it indicates that there is a problem with the capsule (Fig. 43). Either it is not installed, or it is installed incorrectly. If an ! is displayed beside Smoke or CO it indicates that the capsule is nearly empty (Fig. 44). Make sure you have replacements available. If an is displayed beside Smoke or CO it indicates that the capsule is empty (Fig. 45) and requires replacement. Smoke Heat CO Menu Statuspage 18MULTI-STIMULUS DETECTOR TESTERtestifire Fig. 44 Smoke ! Heat CO Menu to Contents PageFig. 45 Smoke Heat CO Menu Sequential TestingUsing Testifire to carry out a Sequential Test means that a number of operations (Smoke, Heat, CO and Clearing) can be pre-programmed into the unit before it is raised up to the detector. This saves time, reduces handling and enables the testing of certain multi-sensor detectors if they are so enabled. Any or all of the above test modes (Smoke, Heat, CO, Clearing or a Simultaneous Combination) can be programmed into a short test sequence of up to four elements. Sequences are programmed by moving the cursor to the desired test using the UP and DOWN keys on the keypad, and then pressing the ENTER key to select that test (Fig 48). The first stimulus added in this way will appear with the number 1 designation beside it on the LCD. Then, the next test stimulus in the sequence is chosen in the same way, and it will show 2 beside it, and so on if required. To cycle between the different tests in a Sequential Test, Testifire needs to be lowered slightly for at least 2 seconds, but not more than 10 seconds (re-establishing the infrared beam) so that it can advance to the next test (see Fig. 47[]). Example: For testing Smoke followed by Heat and then CO , Testifire is raised over the 3 detector, the detector interrupts the infrared beam and the Smoke test begins. The test is successful (or fails after Testifire times out). Lower the head unit for 2 seconds so that the detector is clear of the clear cup and bellows, and then raise it again to start the Heat test. Repeat this procedure for the CO test. During a Sequential Test, the detector needs to be removed from the cup for more than 2 seconds to enable Testifire to advance to the next test in the programmed sequence. If the detector does not re-enter the cup within 10 seconds, the test sequence will reset and return to the first test of the programmed Simultaneous TestingUsing Testifire to carry out a Simultaneous Test means that a number of operations (Smoke, Heat and CO) can bepre-programmed into the unit before it is raised up to the detector. This saves time, reduces handling and enables the testing of certain multi-sensor detectors if they are so : Depending on the detection system being tested, there may be no individual indication of the activation of the separate sensors in the detector. The system may activate on one sensor only. A stimulus for a Simultaneous Test is programmed by moving the cursor to the desired test using the UP and DOWN keys on the keypad, and then pressing the ENTER key to select that test (Fig. 46). It will appear with a number designation beside it on the LCD. After the first one (which will be designated 1 ) choose the second stimulus in the same manner and then press the ENTER key a second time and its number designation will also change to 1 . Add the third stimulus in the same way if required, ensuring that the ENTER key is pressed again until it displays 1 adjacent to that stimulus. When complete, all the required stimuli should have the designation 1 next to them. The Test Type LED will show alternating colours according to the stimuli chosen (for details of these colours, see Section of this manual). Fig. 47 illustrates the procedure for a Simultaneous Test (in this example for Smoke and Heat at the same time). To delete a simultaneous test setup, use the ESCAPE key . Smoke1 Heat 1 CO Menu StatusFig. 46page 19 Smoke 1 Heat 1 CO Menu Status1. Programme the tests: Smoke 1 Heat 1 2. Raise Testifire over the detector: Smoke and Heat are tested at the same time in a Simultaneous Lower Testifire from the detector: The test is completed and Testifire is ready to test another detector in the same 47Fig. 48 Smoke 1 Heat 2 CO 3 Menu StatusMULTI-STIMULUS DETECTOR TESTERtestifire to Contents Page To delete a test sequence, use the ESCAPE key . Combined Simultaneous and Sequential TestingIf required, a combination of Simultaneous and Sequential Testing is possible with Testifire. Using the above methods it is possible to programme a number of combinations into the unit. In the example below, Heat and Smoke are combined as the first operation, followed by a CO test. (Note: you will still need to lower the head unit for 2 seconds after the Smoke and Heat test is completed and raise it again to initiate the CO test). Fig. 50 illustrates the procedure for a Combined Simultaneous and Sequential Test (in this example for Smoke and Heat at the same time followed by a CO ). Another identical test sequence will automatically be ready to begin at this point, and there is no need to re- select the test on the keypad. Fig. 49 illustrates the procedure for a Sequential Test (in this example for Smoke followed by Heat and then CO ). Smoke 1 Heat 2 CO 3 Menu StatusFig. 491. Programme the tests: Smoke 1 Heat 2 CO 32. Raise Testifire over the detector: The Smoke test Lower Testifire from the detector for 2-10 seconds: Testifire selects the next test in the sequence; in this case Heat .4. Raise Testifire over the detector: Heat is tested as the second test in the Lower Testifire from the detector for 2-10 seconds: Testifier selects the next test in the sequence; in this case CO .6. Raise Testifire over the detector: CO is tested as the third test in the Lower Testifire from the detector: The tests are completed and Testifire is ready to test another detector in the same 20 Smoke 1 Heat 1 CO 2 Menu StatusFig. 501. Programme the tests: Smoke 1 Heat 1 CO 22. Raise Testifire over the detector: Smoke and Heat are tested at the same time as the first test in the Lower Testifire from the detector for 2-10 seconds: Testifire selects the next test in the sequence; in this case CO .4. Raise Testifire over the detector: CO is tested as the second test in the sequence in the same Lower Testifire from the detector: The tests are completed and Testifire is ready to test another detector in the same DETECTOR TESTERtestifire to Contents RFID Auto Tests (Testifire 100) A Testifire 100 communication module (which includes RFID and Bluetooth ) will be available as a future option. Amongst other reporting functions, a detector can be identified via an RFID tag which may be fixed to the back of the fire detector. This enables communication between Testifire and the tag and thereby allows Testifire to identify the detector and perform the correct test/s automatically without an open protocol Bluetooth link, Testifire also offers the ability to communicate with any supporting third party software application. This allows data to be exchanged between the RFID tag (label) and a PDA including, for example, the identity of test personnel, the maintenance company, time and date of test and test be able to use this feature, each detector must be fitted with a Testifire compatible RFID tag and the type of test that is required to be performed automatically will need to be programmed into the the Testifire communication module is available details will be available from our website: . Infrared Remote Control (Testifire 25)Some types of detector may not automatically initiate a test as they enter the clear cup of Testifire. The Infrared Remote Control can be used to manually start a test, and/or move on to the next test in the sequence. Aim the infrared beam LED at the Testifire head unit when it is at height and use the operation button on the Infrared Control Unit to start/stop a Infrared Control Unit is powered by two AAA batteries which can be replaced by opening the panel located on the back of the 100 RFID & Bluetooth ModuleRFID AntennaMULTI-STIMULUS DETECTOR TESTERtestifire to Contents PageControl buttonOperationindicator LEDInfrared beam LEDInfrared beam receiverson Testifire user interface(Series 2 Testifire) Smoke 1 Heat 1 CO 1 Menu Status Test Type LED Status LEDBlue SolidSmoke Test in progressRed SolidHeat Test in progressGreen SolidCO Test in progressNot IlluminatedClearing mode inoperationRed Flashing (slow red flashing in STANDBY mode or fast red flashing in operation) Battery needs charging -Testifire still operational(see Section )Red SolidError - see message on display(see Section )Alternating Red/GreenFlashing TIME OUT Indication (after 2 minutesof continuous testing on one stimulusor combination of stimuli)Green Slow Flashing STANDBY Mode Smoke Heat CO Menu Status Smoke Heat CO Menu Status Smoke Heat CO Menu Statuspage 22Green Fast Flashing OPERATIONAL Mode(test in progress) Heat CO Clear Menu Indicating LED Reference ChartRed/Blue/GreenAlternatingSmoke, Heat & CO test inprogress at the same time(Simultaneous Testing)Blue Solid/ then Red/Green Alternating Test in progress portionof Smoke, then Heat & CO combined testing(Sequential Testing) Smoke 1 Heat 2 CO 2 Menu StatusMULTI-STIMULUS DETECTOR TESTERtestifire to Contents PageAlternating Green flashes"CO Cooling phase" - Indication after a CO test has been carried out. Further CO test cannot be carried out until Status LED shows "STANDBY" you experience any type of problem with your Testifire, turnthe power off, wait for a few seconds and then turn the power back on. This may clear the fault. If the fault continues, the following information may help you solve the problem. If you are unable to identify the cause of the problem, please contact your regional support Errors When an error occurs, the Status LED will remain on in red and the Test Type LED will not be illuminated. This can be clearly seen without access to the LCD screen when the unit is at height. The unit will emit a 2 second warning beep (if the beep sound is enabled) and cease to function further. The LCD screen will display the error message (see Section ). In some cases the error message may be cleared from the LCD by pressing the ESCAPE key on the keypad. This may enable the unit to continue operating, although if the error has not been corrected the error message may reappear immediately on the LCD. You will need to correct the error in order to proceed. For example, if the battery is Low, the LCD will display the message Replace Battery . In this case, no further testing can be carried out until the Battery Baton has been recharged or replaced. A complete listing of the screen error messages and indicating LED colours is detailed in Section For RFID error messages see the RFID Manual at: . System Reset When you have followed the above steps and you still have a problem, carry out a System Reset to restore your Testifire unit back to the factory defaults. A System Reset will remove all user customisable settings including: Clear all programmed test sequences Turn off the Timer option Turn Warning and Keypad Sound beeps on Revert to Heat if Hi-Heat has been selected Remove the selected language To carry out a System Reset , press the MENU key on the keypad (Fig. 51) and use the UP and DOWN keys to navigate to the System Reset (Fig. 52). Press the ENTER key to select the System Reset . This will display a System Reset confirmation screen (Fig. 53). Select Ok by pressing the MENU key to execute the System Reset or select Cancel by pressing the Status key to cancel a System Reset . Following a System Reset , the Testifire logo will appear on the start up screen, followed by the Select System Language option (see Section ).6. Troubleshootingpage 23MULTI-STIMULUS DETECTOR TESTERtestifire to Contents PageFig. 52 System Reset Ok CancelFig. 53Status KeyMenu KeyFig. 51LanguageSounderServiceSystem Resetpage Error Messages and Indicating LED Reference ChartIf the Status LED is flashing you need to recharge or replace the Battery Baton the Status LED is solid red, you must recharge or replace the Battery Baton 24 Replace BatteryA problem has occurred with the Smoke the error continues, contact your regional service centre to arrange for repair of the fault. SYSTEM FAULT Smoke FanA problem has occurred with theHeat the error continues, contact your regional service centre to arrange for repair of the fault. SYSTEM FAULT Heat FanA problem has occurred with the CO the error continues, contact your regional service centre to arrange for repair of the fault. SYSTEM FAULT CO FanA problem has occurred with the Clearing the error continues, contact your regional service centre to arrange for repair of the fault. SYSTEM FAULT Clearing FanA problem has occurred with the Chassis the error continues, contact your regional service centre to arrange for repair of the fault. SYSTEM FAULT Chassis FanThe CO element is too off and leave too cool for5 minutes. Power on and try thesame test the same message is displayed, contact your regional service centre to repair the fault. SYSTEM FAULT CO Element Too HotA problem has occurred with the CO your regional service centre to arrange for repair ofthe fault. SYSTEM FAULT CO Module Capsule not installed. Reseat capsule (if installed) or install a new capsule. CO Capsule Not Detected Note: If a problem occurs with your Testifire unit, the Status LED will flash or remain on in red and the Test Type LED will not be illuminated. The error message will be displayed on the DETECTOR TESTERtestifire CO Capsule Empty Smoke Capsule Data Invalid Smoke Capsule Read Error Capsule Error Messages(Smoke and CO):Capsule damaged or not seated capsule. If the error persists, replace a new damaged or not seated capsule. If the error persists, replace to Contents PageA problem has occurred with the Heat your regional service centre to arrange for repair ofthe fault. SYSTEM FAULT Heat Module page 257. Technical SupportMULTI-STIMULUS DETECTOR TESTERtestifire to Contents Maintenance TheTestifireunit contains no userserviceable parts. Do not disassemble. Do not block air vents. Use only capsules and batteries specifiedby the manufacturer. In the case of a build-up of dust or dirt onthe surface of the product, wipe with a slightly damp lint-free cloth. Do not use detergents, cleaning materials or solvents to clean the product. DO NOT BLOCK AIR VENTS. NO USER SERVICEABLE support, service and further information, please contact: No Climb Products Ltd Edison House, 163 Dixons Hill Road, Welham Green, Herts, AL9 7JE United Kingdom Tel: +44 (0) 1707 282760 Fax: +44 (0) 1707 282777 Email: help available at Firmware Updates All Testifire head units have a built-in Mini B USB port on the side of the casing (Fig. 54 ). Using the supplied A-Standard to B-Mini 5 pin flat USB A cable (), Testifire can be connected to a computer to allow software B updates to be uploaded (). C Testifire should only be connected to personal computing equipment which complies with relevant safety and EMC standards. Only the Testifire-supplied USB cable should be used to connect Testifire to a USB-enabled personal computer (PC). Firmware updates (available at: ) can be download to your Testifireunit by using the Testifire Flash Loader application (see Section for the Testifire Flash Loader Instructions). The Testifire Flash Loader End User Licence Agreement (EULA) can be found in Section System Information To display the System Information , turn the unit on using the ON-OFF key . Press the MENU key to display the menu and use the UP and DOWN keys to navigate to the System Info. (Fig. 55). Press the ENTER key to access the system information menu (Fig. 56). Press the ESCAPE key to return to the MAIN menu. Testifire 175306S/W 56Fig. 55System Servicing To ensure that your Testifire unit continues to perform as intended, it is recommended that the unit is returned annually for a service. In some countries, Testifire will require an annual, traceable service in accordance with national or international standards for testing equipment. detectorThe service that testers, No Climb Products Ltd. carries out uses equipment that is traceable in accordance with ISO9001. Testifire has a built-in service interval timer that will alert you when a service is due (Fig. 57) or overdue (Fig. 58). When Testifire is used extensively, a service may be required prior to 12 months. Testifire will notify you when a service is due or overdue. Please retain your original Testifire packaging and box, if you intend to return your Testifire for tasks are carried out as part of the Service, Calibration and Conformity Check (SCCC)?With the release of the Mk2 Testifire, Service, Claibration and Conformity Check is carried out via exchange units. You will return your Testifire and an exchange replacement unit will be sent back to by return. Your new Testifire will be supplied with a Calibration and Conformity Certificate and 3 months Service, Calibration and Conformity Certificate will be provided auditing proof that all measurements were made using calibrated instruments and are traceable back to UKAS, National Standards or International Standards, except where none exist. The instrument was calibrated in accordance with the general requirements of ISO 10012:2003 and the Company Quality Management System to ISO 9001:2000 BRE Certification. Certificate No accordance with requests from certain sectors of the world market, Testifire models 1000 and 2000 (from firmware version ) now allows the user to turn off the Service notification screens. Anyone that is using an earlier firmware version and wishes to enable this option will need to carry out a Testifire firmware upgrade. Please see for further information on Testifire firmware should I send back for Service, Calibration and Conformity Check?Please return your Testifire (battery batons and charger are not covered by the Testifire service. Please make sure you include the Testifire inner send you Testifire and the above parts to your reseller. Service DueRefer to Manual Press any keyFig. 57 Service OverdueRefer to Manual Press any keyFig. 58page 26MULTI-STIMULUS DETECTOR TESTERtestifire to Contents Pagepage 27MULTI-STIMULUS DETECTOR TESTERtestifire to Contents Service RemindersBy default Testifire will notify the user when a Service is due or over due. If required the Service reminders can be turned off (Firmware version or later).To disable service reminders, press the 'MENU' key on the keypad and use the 'DOWN' key to navigate to 'Service' (Fig 61). Press the 'ENTER' key to select 'Service'. This will display the Service reminder control screen. (Fig 62). Press 'ENTER' key to turn off the Service Note: The ability to turn off the Service Reminder Screens was added from firmware version (issued Nov 2009).Fig. 61Fig. 62 Service Reminder Off System Info Language Sounder Service Testifire Flash Loader Software InstructionsFor Testifire 1000 & 2000 Models Welcome to the Testifire Flash Loader Software Before connecting Testifire to the computer, first install the Flash Loader software. Introduction Testifire Flash Loader is a free Windows based application that allows you to update your Testifire firmware on your Testifire without the need to return it for service. The Flash Loader allows the user to upgrade Testifire to the latest firmware version via the computers USB port. Before you can use the Testifire Flash Loader to update the firmware on your Testifire unit, you must first install the application and Testifire USB drivers. See the Installation instructions below. The Testifire Flash Loader is intended to be used on a PC that is connected to the internet. It can be used without an Internet Connection as long as you have previously downloaded the appropriate Firmware binary file (this for advanced users). See PLEASE READ THE INSTRUCTIONS BEFORE STARTING THE INSTALLATION. What is Firmware? Firmware is a computer program that is embedded in a hardware device, in this case Testifire. Why are updates required? A Testifire Firmware update could provide either additional functionality and/or enhancements to existing features. Requirements Testifire Flash Loader Software Testifire USB Cable (A to mini B) -Part No: EA36176 Fully charged battery Internet Connection * Supported Windows 2000 Professional Windows XP x32 Windows Vista x32 USB and USB * The Testifire Flash Loader has an automatic feature that allows it to connect to the Internet and download the latest Testifire firmware version. To enable it to this you must have a working internet connection. Advanced users may manually download a Testifire firmware binary file and manually apply without having access to the internet. Windows Vista -Testifire Device Driver Installation Step 1 Run the Flash Loader software and when prompted connect Testifire to the computer using the supplied USB cable. The "Found New Hardware" wizard will launch. Step 2 Select "Locate and install driver software". If the User Account control window appears, "Windows need your permission to continue", select continue. page 28MULTI-STIMULUS DETECTOR TESTERtestifire to Contents PageStep 6 This driver may not yet be digitally signed, however it Windows will now install the Testifire USB drivers. was obtained from either or the disc Click "Close" to exit the wizard which was supplied with your Testifire then it is safe to use on your computer. Select "Install this driver software anyway". Step 7Windows will now install the Testifire USB drivers. Click "Close" to exit the wizard. Step 3 Select "I don't have the disc. Show me other options." Step 4 Select "Browse my computer for driver software". Step 5 The USB drivers are located in the install directory of the Testifire Flash Loader application. This would usually be C:\Program Files\Testifire\Testifire Flash Loader\USB Drivers Use the "Browse" button to select the directory where the drivers are located then click "Next". page 29MULTI-STIMULUS DETECTOR TESTERtestifire to Contents Pagepage 30MULTI-STIMULUS DETECTOR TESTERtestifire to Contents PageStep 1 Run the Flash Loader software and when prompted Select "Install from a list or specified location" and connect Testifire to the computer using the supplied then click "Next" to continue. USB cable. The "Found New Hardware" wizard will launch. Step 2 Windows will now install the Testifire USB drivers. Click "Close" to exit the wizard. Step 3 Select "Install from a list or specified location" and then click "Next" to continue. Step 4 Select "Search for the best driver in these locations" and "Include this location in the search". The USB drivers are located in the install directory of the Testifire Flash Loader application. This would usually be C:\Program Files\Testifire\Testifire Flash Loader\USB Drivers Use the "Browse" button to select the directory where the drivers are located then click "Next".Step 5 This driver may not yet be tested by Windows Logo testing, however if it was obtained from either or the disc which was supplied with your Testifire then it is safe to use on your computer. Click "Continue Anyway". Step 6 Windows will now install the Testifire USB drivers. Click "Finish" to exit the XP -Testifire Device Driver Installation Step 1 Run the Flash Loader software and when prompted connect Testifire to the computer using the supplied USB cable. The "Found New Hardware" wizard will launch. Step 2 Click "Next" to 3 Select "Search for a suitable driver for my device" then click "Next" to 4 Select "Specify a location" then click "Next" to continue. page 31MULTI-STIMULUS DETECTOR TESTERtestifire to Contents PageStep 5 The USB drivers are located in the install directory of the Testifire Flash Loader application. This would usually be C:\Program Files\Testifire\Testifire Flash Loader\USB Drivers. Use the "Browse" button to select the directory where the drivers are located then click "OK". Step 6 The Testifire driver should be identified. Click "Next" to 7 The Testifire driver should be identified. Click "Next" to install. Windows 2000 - Testifire Device Driver Installation Before connecting Testifire to the computer, first install the Flash Loader software. Step 1 After installing the Testifire Flash Loader software, start the application from either the program menu or desk top icon. Step 2 Insert a fully charged battery into Testifire and then switch the unit 3 Connect the USB cable to Testifire and then to the computer. If the Testifire device drivers have not been previously installed the computer will launch the Found New Hardware Wizard. Please refer to the instructions in the Testifire Driver Installation Guide (link here) before installing the drivers. The drivers must be installed correctly before 32MULTI-STIMULUS DETECTOR TESTERtestifire to Contents PageStep 4 The application will now scan the computers USB ports to detect the devices connected. This process should be instant and the screen below will be the Testifire is not detected instantly, the scanning process will continues until either the Testifire is detected or the user clicks on Back or Cancel buttons. Failure to detect the Testifire may be due to: The unit is not switched USB cable is not connected Testifire USB device drivers may not be installed USB port on the computer may not be than one Testifire is connected to the computer at the same time. Updating Your Testifire FirmwareStep 5 The next stage is to load the Testifire firmware file into the application. Use the Open button to select a file stored on the computers hard disk or use the Download button to automatically download the latest firmware version from the Testifire website. Once the file has been selected it is checked and the version number 6 Now start the programming process by pressing the Program button. Testifire is switched into Boot Loader Mode automatically and the new firmware is loaded. Do not interrupt programming or disconnect the USB cable. The progress bar is shown. page 33MULTI-STIMULUS DETECTOR TESTERtestifire to Contents PageWhen programming is completed successfully the following screen is shown. Click on the Next button. In the unlikely event that the programming process fails or programming is aborted by the user, Testifire remains in Boot Loader mode. Click on Cancel to exit the program. Then disconnect the USB cable and Battery Baton from Testifire. The programming process can then be repeated from Step 1. Testifire will remain in Boot Loader mode until programmed successfully and can not be permanently damaged by this process. When Testifire is powered up in Boot Loader mode, the screen remains blank and a double beep is sounded. This indicates the Testifire is working and can be programmed as normal from Step 1. Step 7 Exit the application by pressing Finish. Technical SupportContact usIf you experience any problems using the Testifire Flash Loader, do not hesitate to email us at In order for us to give you a quick and accurate solution please include:- Description of problem, and how it can be replicated (if applicable). - Your Operating system (Vista, XP or 2000) and localisation. - Any other information you think may be helpful. We will do our best to reply to you within two working additional information, visit the Testifire Support: 8. Technical SpecificationsBattery Baton: nominal NiMH rechargeable battery pack with internal overcurrent protection connects directly to Testifire with no leads or be charged by Solo 726 Battery Charger (using 100-230VAC or 12VDC input).Power sourceDependent on mode of use: Smoke testing: < rms Heat testing: 4-6A rms CO testing: 2-5A rms RFID/Bluetooth : <150mA Power consumption refers only to the duration of the actual test and may vary considerably due to internal control consumptionSmoke: a simulated smoke generated internally using a miniature heat exchanger and a harmless liquid from the smoke Heat: to test rate-of-rise and fixed temperature heat detectors up to 90 C (194 F).Hi Heat: to test rate-of-rise and fixed temperature heat detectors up to 100 C (212 F).Carbon Monoxide (CO): CO is generated internally and blown into the detector at a concentration of approximately 100ppm (not calibrated).CARBON MONOXIDE (CO) IS A HARMFUL, ODOURLESS GAS AND CARE SHOULD BE TAKEN NOT TO INHALE DIRECTLY FROM THE DUCT DURING A CO : clean air is blown to remove previously applied Smoke or Testing: Smoke, Heat and CO (if appropriate) in any combination as programmed by the user are all carried out in one Testing: Tests are performed according to the order that they have been programmed by the Auto Mode: Automatic testing using an RFID module fitted to Testifire and an appropriately programmed RFID label attached to the modesBattery over-current 2 minutes maximum test duration power off after 10 minutes of generated on demand (no gas stored).Safety FeaturesColour coded LED user infrared sensing of the multi-position fully-automatic configuration (RFID Auto mode).Operating FeaturesOptical / photoelectric and ionisation smoke sensors (fixed temperature or rate-of-rise).Carbon Monoxide (CO) fire or multi-criteria , addressable or analogue addressable detectors of any of the above Detector Typespage 34Battery Charge TimeApprox. 90 mins. (if completely discharged).MULTI-STIMULUS DETECTOR TESTERtestifire Operating temperature range: +5 C to +45 C (41 F to 113 F).Operating humidity range: 0 to 85% RH temperature range: -10 C to +50 C (14 F to 122 F).Storage humidity range: 0 to 90% RH non-condensing (up to +35 C / 95 F).EnvironmentRated according to IEC60529 to to Contents PageTestifire 1000: 990g (including Battery Baton)Testifire 2000: (including Battery Baton)Solo 760 Battery Baton: PatentsTestifire is protected by the following patents and has patents applied for:Patents: EP(FR,GB)091055B, , , US6423962, EP(FR,GB)1290661B, , , US6640608, HK1065150, EP(FR,GB)1390927B, , , GB2385179B, Applied for: US10/503745, EP1794728A, WO 2007/015045, WO 2007/060447, GB2432703A Testifire 1000: Bellows width: 153mm max. Head Unit height: 224mm max. (397mm including handle)Testifire 2000: Bellows width: 153mm max. Head Unit height: 273mm max. (397mm including handle)Dimensionspage 35MULTI-STIMULUS DETECTOR TESTERtestifire Note: Product specifications may be subject to change without prior notice or obligation on the part of the to Contents Field Replaceable PartsUse only approved accessories that are recommended by the manufacturer for your Testifire model. (see Section )Testifire does not contain any field serviceable parts. The following spare and consumable parts are available to order from your distributor: TS3 Smoke Capsule 3 pack - TS3-3PACK-001 TS3 Smoke Capsule 6 pack - TS3-6PACK-001 TC3 CO Capsule 3 pack - TC3-3PACK-001 TC3 CO Capsule 6 pack - TC3-6PACK-001 Membrane - SPARE-1049-001 Inner Cup - SPARE-1048-001 USB Cable - SPARE-1047-001 Battery Baton - Solo 760-001 Charger - Solo 726-001 page 369. Product SelectorMULTI-STIMULUS DETECTOR TESTERtestifire to Contents Page Universal Protective Access Access Smoke Heat CO Smoke/Heat Smoke/Heat/ ASD Battery Fast Removal Carrying Height Height Testing Testing Testing Testing CO Testing Testing Baton Charger Tool Bag up to 6m up to 9m testifire1001 testifire2001 testifire9201 ApplicationAccessoriesAccesstestifire100 0 testifire2000 (x 2)(x 2)(x 2)(x 2)(Solo 100 x 1) (Solo 100 +Solo 101 x 3)testifire TS3 testifire TC3 Solo Poles Access Height100100+101 (1)100+101 (2)100+101 (3)6m (20ft)7m (23ft)8m ( )9m (30ft)Access Height(approx. max.) Solo Model 200 (Solo 100 +Solo 101 x 3)Solo 101(Solo 100 x 1)Solo 100Solo 726Solo 760AccessoriesProductstestifire6001 testifire6201 testifire9001 (x 2)(x 2) (Solo 100 +Solo 101 x 3)(Solo 100 x 1)Infrared Universal Protective Access Access Remote Battery Fast Removal Carrying Height Height Control Baton Charger Tool Bag up to 6m up to 9m Solo 610Testifire 25 IMPORTANT NOTICE: PLEASE READ CAREFULLY BEFORE EITHER:(A) DOWNLOADING ANY SOFTWARE FROM THIS WEBSITE, OR (B)OPENING THE PACKAGING, OR (C) INSTALLING THE SOFTWARE:This Agreement for Supply of Products and Software (Agreement) is a legal agreement between you (Licensee or you) and No Climb Products Limited (Licensor or we) for (i) the Licensor's Product and (ii) all related software and all future upgrades thereto (Software). This Agreement also applies to any data supplied with the Software, associated media, printed materials and related documentation.(Documentation).BY PROCEEDING TO DOWNLOAD ANY SOFTWARE FROM THIS WEBSITE OR INSTALLING THIS SOFTWARE OR CLICKING ON THE "ACCEPT" BUTTON OR OPENING THE PACKAGING YOU AGREE TO THE TERMS OF THIS AGREEMENT WHICH WILL BIND YOU AND YOUR 's Products are products that are supplied on commercial terms by the Licensor and with which the Software interacts; Website refers to the website from which Licensor makes the Software or upgrades to the software available for download to you;1. GRANT AND SCOPE OF In consideration of you agreeing to abide by the terms of this Agreement, the Licensor hereby grants to you a non-exclusive, non-transferable Agreement to use the Software and the Documentation solely in conjunction with the Licensor's Products on the terms of this You may:(a) download, install and use the Software for your private OR internal business purposes only, in relation to the Licensor's Products;(b) make copies of the Software where this is necessary for the activities permitted under condition (a);SRH/SM/ (c) receive and use any free supplementary software code or update of the Software incorporating "patches" and corrections of errors in non-source code format as may be provided by the Licensor from time to time;(d) receive and use any free supplementary software code or update of the Software incorporating "patches" and corrections of errors in source code format as may be provided by the Licensor from time to time. Where software is received in source code format, clauses (d), (e), , , shall not apply.(e) use any Documentation in support of the use permitted under condition and make copies of the Documentation as are reasonably necessary for its lawful use2. LICENSEE'S Except as expressly set out in this Agreement or as permitted by any local law, you undertake:(a) not to copy the Software or Documentation except where such copying is incidental to normal use of the Software, or where it is necessary for the purpose of back-up or operational security;(b) not to rent, lease, sub-license or loan, the Software or Documentation;(c) not to translate, merge, adapt, vary or modify the Software or Documentation;(d) not to make alterations to, or modifications of, the whole or any part of theSoftware, nor permit the Software or any part of it to be combined with, or become incorporated in, any other programs;(e) not to disassemble, decompile, reverse engineer or create derivative works based on, the whole or any part of the Software nor attempt to do any such things except to the extent that (by virtue of section 296A of the Copyright, Designs and Patents Act 1988) such actions cannot be prohibited because they are essential for the purpose of achieving inter-operability of the Software with another software program, and provided that the information obtained by you during such activities:(i) is used only for the purpose of achieving inter-operability of the Software with another software program; and(ii) is not unnecessarily disclosed or communicated without the Licensor's prior written consent to any third party; and(iii) is not used to create any software which is substantially similar to the Software; SRH/SM/ (f) to keep all copies of the Software secure and to maintain accurate and up-to-date records of the number and locations of all copies of the Software;(g) to supervise and control use of the Software and ensure that the Software is used by your employees and representatives in accordance with the terms of this Agreement;(h) to replace the current version of the Software with any updated or upgraded version or new release provided by the Licensor under the terms of this Agreement immediately on receipt where the Licensor specifically recommends that you do so;(i) to include the copyright notice of the Licensor on all entire and partial copies you make of the Software on any medium;(j) not to provide or otherwise make available the Software in whole or in part (including but not limited to program listings, object and source program listings, object code and source code), in any form to any person [other than your employees] without prior written consent from the Licensor; You must permit the Licensor and his representatives, at all reasonable times and on reasonable advance notice, to inspect and have access to any premises at which the Software or the Documentation is being kept or used, to the computer equipment located there, and to any records kept pursuant to this Agreement, for the purpose of ensuring that you are complying with the terms of this INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY You acknowledge that all intellectual property rights in the Software and the Licensor's Products and the Documentation anywhere in the world belong to the Licensor, that rights in the Software are licensed (not sold) to you, and that you have no rights in, or to, the Software or the Documentation other than the right to use them in accordance with the terms of this You acknowledge that you have no right to have access to the Software in source code form or in unlocked coding or with The integrity of this Software, or any future upgrade of this software, may at any time be protected by technical protection measures (TPM) so that the intellectual property rights, including copyright, in the Software of the Licensor are not misappropriated. You must not attempt in any way to remove or circumvent any such TPM, nor apply or manufacture for sale or hire, import, distribute, sell or let for hire, SRH/SM/ offer or expose for sale or hire, advertise for sale or hire or have in your possession for private or commercial purposes any means the sole intended purpose of which is to facilitate the unauthorised removal or circumvention of such 37MULTI-STIMULUS DETECTOR TESTERtestifire to Contents Page10. Agreement for Supply of Products and Associated Softwarepage 38MULTI-STIMULUS DETECTOR TESTERtestifire to Contents Page3. INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY You acknowledge that all intellectual property rights in the Software and the Licensor's Products and the Documentation anywhere in the world belong to the Licensor, that rights in the Software are licensed (not sold) to you, and that you have no rights in, or to, the Software or the Documentation other than the right to use them in accordance with the terms of this You acknowledge that you have no right to have access to the Software in source code form or in unlocked coding or with The integrity of this Software, or any future upgrade of this software, may at any time be protected by technical protection measures (TPM) so that the intellectual property rights, including copyright, in the Software of the Licensor are not misappropriated. You must not attempt in any way to remove or circumvent any such TPM, nor apply or manufacture for sale or hire, import, distribute, sell or let for hire, SRH/SM/ offer or expose for sale or hire, advertise for sale or hire or have in your possession for private or commercial purposes any means the sole intended purpose of which is to facilitate the unauthorised removal or circumvention of such The Licensor warrants that:For a period of 90 days from the date of purchase, installation or download as the case may be (Warranty Period) the Licensor's Products and Software will, when properly used, perform substantially in accordance with the functions described in the Documentation; You acknowledge that the Software has not been developed to meet your individual requirements, and that it is therefore your responsibility to ensure that the facilities and functions of the Software as described in the Documentation meet your You acknowledge that the Software may not be free of bugs or errors, and agree that the existence of minor errors shall not constitute a breach of this If, within the Warranty Period, you notify the Licensor in writing of any defect or fault in the Software in consequence of which it fails to perform substantially in accordance with the Documentation, and such defect or fault does not result from you having amended the Software or used it in contravention of the terms of this Agreement, the Licensor will, at its sole option, either repair or replace the Software, provided that you make available all the information that may be necessary to help the Licensor to remedy the defect or fault, including sufficient information to enable the Licensor to recreate the defect or LICENSOR'S Nothing in this Agreement shall exclude or in any way limit the Licensor's liability for fraud, or for death or personal injury caused by its negligence, or any other liability to the extent that it may not be excluded or limited as a matter of Subject to condition the Licensor shall not be liable under, or in connection with, this Agreement or any collateral contract for:(a) loss of income;SRH/SM/ (b) loss of business profits or contracts;(c) business interruption;(d) loss of the use of money or anticipated savings;(e) loss of information;(f) loss of opportunity, goodwill or reputation;(g) loss of, damage to or corruption of data; or(h) any indirect or consequential loss or damage of any kind howsoever arising and whether caused by tort (including negligence), breach of contract or otherwise; provided that this condition shall not prevent claims for loss of or damage to your tangible property that fall within the terms of condition 4 or any other claims for direct financial loss that are not excluded by any of categories (a) to (h) inclusive of this condition Subject to condition and condition , the Licensor's maximum aggregate liability under or in connection with this Agreement, or any collateral contract, whether in contract, tort (including negligence) or otherwise, shall be limited to a sum equal to 100% of the price of the related Licensor's Products and Software giving rise to Subject to condition , condition and condition , the Licensor's liability for infringement of third-party intellectual property rights shall be limited to breaches of rights subsisting in the This Agreement sets out the full extent of the Licensor's obligations and liabilities in respect of the supply of the Licensor's Products, Software and Documentation. In particular, there are no conditions, warranties, representations or other terms, express or implied, that are binding on the Licensor except as specifically stated in this Agreement. Any condition, warranty, representation or other term concerning the supply of the Licensor's Products, Software and Documentation which might otherwise be implied into, or incorporated in, this Agreement, or any collateral contract, whether by statute, common law or otherwise, is hereby excluded to the fullest extent permitted by The Licensor may terminate this Agreement immediately by written notice to you if:(a) You commit a material or persistent breach of this Agreement which you fail to remedy (if remediable) within 14 days after the service of written notice requiring you to do so; or(b) a petition for a bankruptcy order to be made against you has been presented to the court; or(c) the Licensee (where it is a company) becomes insolvent or unable to pay its debts (within the meaning of section 123 of the Insolvency Act 1986), enters into liquidation, whether voluntary or compulsory (other than for reasons of bona fide amalgamation or reconstruction), passes a resolution for its winding-up, has a receiver or administrator manager, trustee, liquidator or similar officer appointed over the whole or any part of its assets, makes any composition or arrangement with its creditors or takes or suffers any similar action in consequence of its debt, unable to pay your debts (within the meaning of section 123 of the Insolvency Act 1986). Upon termination for any reason:(a) all rights granted to you under this Agreement shall cease;(b) you must cease all activities authorised by this Agreement;(c) you must immediately pay to the Licensor any sums due to the Licensor under this Agreement; and(d) you must immediately delete or remove the Software from all computer equipment in your possession, and immediately destroy or return to the Licensor (at the Licensor's option) all copies of the Software then in your possession, custody or control and, in the case of destruction, certify to the Licensor that you have done TRANSFER OF RIGHTS AND This Agreement is binding on you and us, and on our respective successors and You may transfer, assign, charge or otherwise dispose of this Agreement, or any of your rights or obligations arising under it, without our prior written consent provided that the beneficiary of any such any transfer, assignment, charge or disposal must have agreed to abide by the terms of this Agreement prior to or at the time of any such transfer, assignment, charge or disposal. The transfer, assignment, charge or disposal must include all copies of all versions (including but not limited to the most recent version) of the Software as well as all copies of the Documentation and all accompanying instances of the Licensor's We may transfer, assign, charge, sub-contract or otherwise dispose of this Agreement, or any of our rights or obligations arising under it, at any time during the term of the NOTICESAll notices given by you to us must be given to No Climb Products Limited at Edison House, 163 Dixons Hill Road, Welham Green, Hertfordshire, AL9 7JE. We may give notice to you at either the e-mail or postal address you provided to us OR our representative when purchasing the Software. Notice will be deemed received and properly served immediately when posted on our website, 24 hours after an e-mail is sent, or three days after the date of posting of any letter. In proving the service of any notice, it will be sufficient to prove, in the case of a letter, that such letter was properly addressed, stamped and placed in the post and, in the case of an e-mail, that such e-mail was sent to the specified e-mail address of the EVENTS OUTSIDE OUR We will not be liable or responsible for any failure to perform, or delay in performance of, any of our obligations under this Agreement that is caused by events outside our reasonable control (Force Majeure Event). A Force Majeure Event includes any act, event, non-happening, omission or accident beyond our reasonable control and includes in particular (without limitation) the following:(a) strikes, lock-outs or other industrial action;(b) civil commotion, riot, invasion, terrorist attack or threat of terrorist attack, war (whether declared or not) or threat or preparation for war;SRH/SM/ (c) fire, explosion, storm, flood, earthquake, subsidence, epidemic or other natural disaster;(d) impossibility of the use of railways, shipping, aircraft, motor transport or other means of public or private transport;(e) impossibility of the use of public or private telecommunications networks;(f) the acts, decrees, legislation, regulations or restrictions of any government. Our performance under this Agreement is deemed to be suspended for the period that the Force Majeure Event continues, and we will have an extension of time for performance for the duration of that period. We will use our reasonable endeavours to bring the Force Majeure Event to a close or to find a solution by which our obligations under this Agreement may be performed despite the Force Majeure If we fail, at any time during the term of this Agreement, to insist upon strict performance of any of your obligations under this Agreement, or if we fail to exercise any of the rights or remedies to which we are entitled under this Agreement, this shall not constitute a waiver of such rights or remedies and shall not relieve you from compliance with such A waiver by us of any default shall not constitute a waiver of any subsequent No waiver by us of any of these terms and conditions shall be effective unless it is expressly stated to be a waiver and is communicated to you in SEVERABILITYIf any of the terms of this Agreement are determined by any competent authority to be invalid, unlawful or unenforceable to any extent, such term, condition or provision will to that extent be severed from the remaining terms, conditions and provisions which will continue to be valid to the fullest extent permitted by ENTIRE This Agreement and any document expressly referred to in it represents the entire agreement between us in relation to the licensing of the Software and Documentation and supersedes any prior agreement, understanding or arrangement between us, whether oral or in We each acknowledge that, in entering into this Agreement, neither of us has relied on any representation, undertaking or promise given by the other or be implied from anything said or written in negotiations between us prior to entering into this Agreement except as expressly stated in this Neither of us shall have any remedy in respect of any untrue statement made by the other, whether orally or in writing, prior to the date we entered into this Agreement (unless such untrue statement was made fraudulently) and the other party's only remedy shall be for breach of contract as provided in these terms and LAW AND JURISDICTIONThis Agreement is governed by English law. Any dispute arising from, or related to, any term of this Agreement shall be subject to the exclusive jurisdiction of the courts of England and 39MULTI-STIMULUS DETECTOR TESTERtestifire to Contents PageAs our policy is one of continuous improvement, details of products described within this publication are subject to change without notice. All information provided here is believed to be correct at the time of going to press. Every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy of information which is provided in good faith but nothing contained herein is intended to incorporate any representation or warranty, either express or implied or to form the basis of any legal relations between the parties hereto, additional to or in lieu of such as may be applicable to a contract of sale or Notice: All Rights Reserved. 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