Harper Manager XL

System supervisory control panel up to 14 Loop and up to 240 devices

System with innovative functions for supervision and periodic maintenance, capable of managing emergency and signalling luminaires. Can host up to 4 loop modules and can manage up to 1920 luminaires.

The centralized supervision of the emergency lighting system is a system of diagnostics and control managed by a computerized control panel which collects and stores all the data coming from the lamps.

The HARPER MANAGER and HARPER MANAGER XL control panels allow you to carry out the following functions:

  • test the functionality of devices;
  • test and measure the battery life of devices;
  • enable and disable the emergency function;
  • switch On and Off the devices in Maintained mode;
  • maintained brightness adjustment.

The Harper Manager control panel.

The centralized supervision of the emergency lighting system is a system of diagnostics and control managed by a computerized control panel which collects and stores all the data coming from the lamps.

The HARPER MANAGER and HARPER MANAGER XL control panels allow you to carry out the following functions:

  • test the functionality of devices;
  • test and measure the battery life of devices;
  • enable and disable the emergency function;
  • switch On and Off the devices in Maintained mode;
  • maintained brightness adjustment.

Only authorized persons can access the control panel functions by means of digital password entry or insertion of a valid key. The large 7” display touchscreen and intuitive graphic interface allow fast and easy programming of all the variables and advanced management of all data.

  • Utility
    The light source of the HARPER emergency luminaires series is an optimal blend of new generation long-life LEDs rated to over 50 thousand hours, high light output, low energy consumption and, thanks to an exclusive patented optical lighting design, highly effective glare-free technology that complies with all regulations regarding photobiological safety. The durability and performance of Harper emergency luminaires is further enhanced by new LiFePO4 long-life batteries which are smaller and more environment-friendly than standard nickel-cadmium or nickel-metal hydride batteries.

  • Enrolling
    The INIM luminaires, predisposed for BUS communication, have an exclusive serial number which makes their identification by the control panel fast and trouble-free. Additionally, a layout of the system will be created automatically, this layout will allow instant recognition of any devices in fault status.

  • A fault-proof system
    The BUS that starts from the control panel can close on itself to create a LOOP, in this way a fault on the data transmission line which interrupts the LOOP will be resolved thanks to the following automatic interventions: The devices on either side of the fault open their electronic switches in order to isolate the fault and create two separate lines (the example shows devices 2 and 3).
    The same devices communicate their intervention as soon as it is completed.
    The control panel then converts the return point of the LOOP into an output and starts communications on two distinct lines.
    The control panel signals and stores the line fault specifying the exact break point thanks to the installation layout.
    While having a form of centralized control, the installed devices remain autonomous, and any cable or control panel faults do not affect automatic functioning in emergencies.

  • Control panel modularity - flexibility and system expandability
    The HARPER MANAGER and HARPER MANAGER XL control panels can already manage two LOOPS separately, each supporting a maximum of 240 devices each LOOP. Additionally, both accept expansions which can gradually increase the number of LOOPS to a maximum of 8 LOOPS on the HARPER MANAGER (1920 devices) and 14 LOOPS son HARPER MANAGER XL (3360 devices). 
    Even the Web Server can act as an expansion on the control panel. This modularity allows you to configure a control panel in accordance with the installation and user needs, thus streamlining costs whilst leaving the possibility for any future expansion.

  • System test
    In compliance with CEI EN 50172 and UNI 11222, HARPER MANAGER and HARPER MANAGER XL utilize user-customizable calendars to carry out the following two tests: 
    Functionality Test - This test checks the proper operating capacity of the emergency luminaires and consequently the activation of the light source. A negative result to this test indicates the device is not working. The identification of an emergency luminaire with a fault condition is facilitated by the switching on of a red LED located on the device. 
    Autonomy Test - For this test it is necessary to simulate a mains blackout, the emergency luminaire will switch On, powered through the batteries, and remain On until the battery power runs out. At the end of the test you will obtain the real measure of autonomy which can be compared to the nominal autonomy. A negative result indicates that the battery must be replaced. The identification of an emergency light with a battery fault condition is facilitated by the switching on of a red LED located on the device.

  • Events register
    The control panel has a non-volatile memory which stores the chronology of all events. The register stores data regarding test results, emergency intervention, inhibition actions, programming events, BUS line faults (LOOP) and control panel faults. The events register can be viewed on the display and printed out on a optional built-in printer. You can access the events register and copy the contents to a PC for successive processing by simply connecting through a local or remote PC via the intranet/internet network.

  • Connections
    HARPER MANAGER and HARPER MANAGER XL control panels are capable of supporting an on-board Web Server. This will allow connection to a control panel via PC, Tablet or Smartphone via either a local network or the Internet without any need of specific software. The Web Server allows access to all the functions via any ordinary Internet browser. It is also possible to connect to the control panel directly by USB or the RS232 serial line located on the back of the display.

Description

Product range

HARPER Manager

Product type

Supervision control panel

Technical specifications

Installation

Mounts to wall and 19” rack enclosures

Power supply

220/230Vac, 50-60Hz

Power consumption

20 VA

Battery

2 x Pb 12V 7Ah

Insulation class

I

Additional info

Manages up to 14 loops and up 240 devices each loop

Manages up to 80 logical groups

7” touchscreen display with intuitive graphic interface

Topological view of system

Ethernet protocol TCP/IP with web server

IP and RTU (485) Modbus

Brightness adjustment of devices

On and Off control of maintained emergency luminaires

Complete time scheduling programmability for tests

Non-volatile memory for registered events and performed tests

Max loop length

2000 m (with two-core twisted and shielded cable)

IP grade

IP30

Compliant to standards

UNI 11222, EN 50172

Dimensions (mm)

Width

432

Height

583

Depth

187

order codes

p/n

Description

Printer

Duration in emergency

Battery

Max Luminaires Capability

IP Grade

HPMNGXL

Harper Manager XL with a 2-LOOP module included

Not Included

3 h

2 x Pb 12V 17Ah

3360

IP30




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