CN210442673U - Fire-fighting power supply monitoring system - Google Patents

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CN210442673U
CN210442673U CN201921649178.3U CN201921649178U CN210442673U CN 210442673 U CN210442673 U CN 210442673U CN 201921649178 U CN201921649178 U CN 201921649178U CN 210442673 U CN210442673 U CN 210442673U
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The utility model is suitable for a fire control field provides a fire power monitoring system, and it includes watch-dog, auxiliary power supply and host computer, the power output interface of watch-dog and auxiliary power supply's power input interface electric connection, and the watch-dog passes through RS-485 bus interface to be connected with auxiliary power supply and host computer communication respectively, and auxiliary power supply is equipped with two-wire system fire control bus interface and is connected with the host computer communication through two-wire system fire control bus interface. The utility model discloses increased two-wire system fire control bus interface on fire control power monitored control system, come communication connection host computer and auxiliary power supply through two-wire system fire control bus interface, the required connecting wire of two-wire system fire control bus interface is less to can set up two-wire system fire control bus interface in the design host computer, the connecting wire sharing of auxiliary power supply and host computer and watch-dog need not independent wiring, maneuverability is stronger, the cost is lower, the practicality is stronger.

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Fire-fighting power supply monitoring system
Technical Field
The utility model belongs to the technical field of the fire control power supply control, especially, relate to a fire control power supply monitored control system.
Background
With the rapid development of society, large-volume buildings, public places and high-rise buildings in cities are more and more, such as shopping malls, movie theaters, office buildings and the like, and the fire control centers of the buildings control the operation of a plurality of fire safety systems/devices such as automatic alarm systems, automatic spraying systems, emergency lighting systems and the like, which is the key of the fire safety of the buildings.
Whether the fire control center and the fire fighting equipment related to the fire control center can work normally depends on the working state of the auxiliary power supply of the fire fighting equipment, and the fire fighting equipment fails due to the fact that the auxiliary power supply of the fire fighting equipment is out of control, so that fire spreading accidents are rare. Therefore, whether the auxiliary power supply of the fire fighting equipment is normal or not is a decisive factor for ensuring whether the fire fighting equipment can normally work or not, and the fire fighting power supply monitoring system can effectively monitor whether the auxiliary power supply of the fire fighting equipment normally works or not and feed back the monitoring result to related personnel in time, so that the safety of the auxiliary power supply is improved, and the fire fighting equipment is more and more widely applied.
The monitor of the conventional fire-fighting power supply monitoring system mainly adopts the communication connection between the RS-485 bus interface and other structures of the fire-fighting power supply monitoring system, and when the RS-485 bus interface is arranged, wires need to be independently arranged in the monitor, so that the monitor has the advantages of poor operability, higher cost and poorer practicability.
SUMMERY OF THE UTILITY MODEL
The utility model provides a fire control power supply monitored control system aims at solving current fire control power supply monitored control system's watch-dog and need singly lay wire, maneuverability is poor, the cost is higher, the relatively poor problem of practicality when setting up RS-485 bus interface.
The utility model discloses a realize like this, a fire control power monitoring system, it includes watch-dog, auxiliary power supply and host computer, the power input interface of watch-dog with auxiliary power supply's power output interface electric connection, the watch-dog pass through RS-485 bus interface respectively with auxiliary power supply with the host computer communication is connected, auxiliary power supply is equipped with two-wire system fire control bus interface and passes through two-wire system fire control bus interface with the host computer communication is connected.
Furthermore, the monitoring system further comprises a voltage and current signal sensor, a current signal sensor and a voltage signal sensor which are arranged on the auxiliary power supply, and the voltage and current signal sensor, the current signal sensor and the voltage signal sensor are used for collecting relevant data of the auxiliary power supply.
Furthermore, the power output interface of the monitor is electrically connected with the power input interfaces of the voltage and current signal sensor, the voltage signal sensor and the current signal sensor respectively, and the monitor is also in communication connection with the voltage and current signal sensor, the voltage signal sensor and the current sensor respectively through an RS-485 bus interface.
Furthermore, the monitor is provided with an indicator light assembly, a key assembly, a display and an alarm, wherein the indicator light assembly comprises a main power running indicator light, a standby power running indicator light, a power failure indicator light, an equipment running indicator light, an equipment failure indicator light, a monitoring alarm indicator light and a host communication indicator light, the key assembly comprises a self-checking key, a silencing key and a first resetting key, and the display is arranged.
Furthermore, a first operation indicator light, a main power failure indicator light, a standby power failure indicator light, an overcurrent alarm indicator light and a second reset key are arranged on the voltage signal sensor and the current signal sensor, and the second operation indicator light, the alarm indicator light, the communication indicator light and the third reset key are arranged on the voltage signal sensor and the current signal sensor.
Furthermore, the monitoring system further comprises fire fighting equipment, a power output interface of the monitor is electrically connected with a power input interface of the fire fighting equipment, and the monitor is also in communication connection with the fire fighting equipment through an RS-485 bus interface.
Furthermore, an RS-485 bus interface is also arranged on the auxiliary power supply.
Furthermore, the host is a single chip microcomputer.
The utility model discloses the beneficial effect who reaches is, owing to increased two-wire system fire control bus interface at fire power monitoring system, so auxiliary power supply accessible two-wire system fire control bus interface is connected with the host computer communication, and the required connecting wire of two-wire system bus is less, can set up two-wire system fire control bus interface in design host computer 30, and auxiliary power supply 20 and host computer 30 and watch-dog 10's connecting wire sharing need not the independent wiring, and maneuverability is stronger, the cost is lower, the practicality is stronger.
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Fig. 1 is a schematic perspective view of a monitor provided in an embodiment of the present invention;
fig. 2 is a schematic structural diagram of a fire power monitoring system provided by an embodiment of the present invention;
fig. 3 is a schematic connection diagram of a fire power monitoring system according to an embodiment of the present invention;
fig. 4 is a schematic structural diagram of a fire-fighting power supply monitoring system provided by an embodiment of the present invention;
fig. 5 is a schematic diagram of a monitor provided by an embodiment of the present invention;
fig. 6 is a schematic view of an indicator light assembly provided by an embodiment of the present invention;
fig. 7 is a schematic diagram of a key assembly according to an embodiment of the present invention;
fig. 8 is a schematic diagram of a voltage-current signal sensor according to an embodiment of the present invention.
Detailed Description
In order to make the objects, technical solutions and advantages of the present invention more clearly understood, the present invention is further described in detail below with reference to the accompanying drawings and embodiments. It should be understood that the specific embodiments described herein are merely illustrative of the invention and are not intended to limit the invention.
The monitor of the conventional fire-fighting power supply monitoring system mainly adopts the communication connection between the RS-485 bus interface and other structures of the fire-fighting power supply monitoring system, and when the RS-485 bus interface is arranged, wires need to be independently arranged in the monitor, so that the monitor has the advantages of poor operability, higher cost and poorer practicability.
The utility model discloses increased two-wire system fire control bus interface at fire control power monitored control system, come the communication through two-wire system fire control bus interface and connect auxiliary power supply and host computer, the required connecting wire of two-wire system fire control bus interface is less, can set up two-wire system fire control bus interface in the design host computer, and fire control power supply and the connecting wire sharing of host computer and watch-dog need not independent wiring, and maneuverability is stronger, the cost is lower, the practicality is stronger.
Example one
Referring to fig. 1 to 3, a fire-fighting power supply monitoring system 100 according to an embodiment of the present invention includes a monitor 10, an auxiliary power supply 20 and a host 30, a power input interface of the monitor 10 is electrically connected to a power output interface of the auxiliary power supply 20, the monitor 10 is respectively in communication connection with the auxiliary power supply 20 and the host 30 through an RS-485 bus interface, and the auxiliary power supply 20 is provided with a two-wire fire-fighting bus interface and is in communication connection with the host 30 through the two-wire fire-fighting bus interface.
In one embodiment, the two-wire fire bus interface may be of the type: QA 840159.
Specifically, the auxiliary power supply 20 includes a main power supply 22 (e.g., 220v of utility power) and a backup power supply 24 (e.g., a battery). The fire-fighting power supply monitoring system 100 can detect the main power supply 22 and the backup power supply 24 in real time, so as to judge whether the main power supply 22 and/or the backup power supply 24 have faults such as overvoltage, undervoltage, overcurrent, open circuit, short circuit and phase failure, and when the main power supply 22 and/or the backup power supply 24 has faults, alarm information is sent out timely to prompt relevant personnel, so that the situation that the main power supply 22 and/or the backup power supply 24 have faults due to dangerous situations in relevant places is avoided, the fire-fighting equipment 40 cannot be controlled timely to handle the dangerous situations to cause loss, and the safety of the relevant places is improved.
The embodiment of the utility model discloses an embodiment has increased two-wire system fire control bus interface at fire power supply monitored control system 100 (auxiliary power supply 20), is connected with the communication of host computer 30 through this two-wire system fire control bus interface, and the required connecting wire of two-wire system fire control bus interface is less, can set up two-wire system fire control bus interface in design host computer 30, and auxiliary power supply 20 and host computer 30 and watch-dog 10's connecting wire sharing need not independent wiring, and maneuverability is stronger, the cost is lower, and the practicality is stronger.
In one embodiment, referring to fig. 3, the host 30 represents a master control circuit of the host 30, which is provided with an RS-485 interface, an auxiliary power interface, a notification device interface, and a two-wire fire protection bus interface to control related devices (such as the auxiliary power 20, the notification device, etc.) connected to the host 30, and the supply voltage of the backup power supply 24 may be 24V. The auxiliary power supply 30 represents a power circuit having a main power interface and a backup power interface to control the main power supply 22 and the backup power supply 24. The host 30 (main control circuit) and the auxiliary power supply 20 (power supply circuit) are electrically connected with the status indicator lamp, and the status indicator lamp can display the working conditions of the host 30 and the auxiliary power supply 20 in real time. The main power interface is also connected with the input end of the standby power charging and protecting circuit, the output end of the standby power charging and protecting circuit is connected with the standby power interface, when the standby power 24 needs to be charged due to the fact that the main power 22 is possibly insufficient in electric quantity (such as power failure/outage), the main power 22 feeds back to the standby power charging and protecting circuit, the charging process of the standby power 24 is protected through the standby power and protecting circuit, and the charging safety of the standby power 24 is protected.
The host 30 is in communication connection with a notification device through a notification device interface, the notification device includes a display, a speaker, a buzzer, an alarm lamp, an indicator lamp, and the like, when it is detected that the auxiliary power supply 20 does not work normally, the host 30 sends an instruction to the notification device, and the notification device sends out a corresponding alarm signal, such as a specific sound, a specific light, and the like, to notify relevant persons of the working state of the auxiliary power supply 20.
Example two
Further, referring to fig. 4, the monitoring system 100 further includes a voltage/current signal sensor 50, a current signal sensor 60 and a voltage signal sensor 70 disposed on the auxiliary power supply 20, wherein the voltage/current signal sensor 50, the current signal sensor 60 and the voltage signal sensor 70 are used for acquiring related data of the auxiliary power supply 20.
Specifically, in one embodiment, the voltage current signal sensor 50 may be a hall voltage current sensor. The Hall voltage and current sensor has excellent electrical property, can isolate electrical detection elements of a main circuit and a control circuit so as to ensure accurate detection of voltage and current, realize fault protection and feedback regulation in a power electronic system, and meet the requirements of safety, stability and accuracy of the power electronic system. The current signal sensor 60 can sense the current information of the auxiliary power supply 20, and can convert the sensed information into an electric signal meeting certain standards or output information in other required forms according to certain rules, so as to meet the requirements of information transmission, processing, storage, display, recording, control and the like. The voltage signal sensor 70 can detect the voltage of the auxiliary power supply 20 and convert the voltage into a usable output signal, the voltage signal sensor 70 can track and collect alternating current and direct current voltage signals changing at a high speed, perform frequency spectrum analysis on more complex voltage waveforms, and collect voltage signals which cannot be directly measured or are not matched, so as to obtain standardized and electrically isolated voltage signals.
The voltage and current signal sensor 50, the current signal sensor 60 and the voltage signal sensor 70 are combined and arranged on the auxiliary power supply 20, so that accurate detection of voltage and current signals can be improved, voltage and current data of the auxiliary power supply 20 can be safely, stably and accurately acquired, and safety of relevant places is improved.
EXAMPLE III
Further, referring to fig. 4, the power output interface of the monitor 10 is electrically connected to the power input interfaces of the voltage/current signal sensor 50, the current signal sensor 60 and the voltage signal sensor 70, respectively, and the monitor 10 is also communicatively connected to the voltage/current signal sensor 50, the current signal sensor 60 and the voltage signal sensor 70 through the RS-485 bus interface, respectively.
The monitor 10 can receive the voltage and the current of the auxiliary power supply 20 detected by the voltage and current signal sensor 50, the current signal of the auxiliary power supply 20 detected by the current signal sensor 60, and the voltage signal of the auxiliary power supply 20 detected by the voltage signal sensor 70 in real time through the RS-485 bus interface, and when the voltage and/or the current of the auxiliary power supply 20 are abnormal, related alarm signals, feedback information, and the like are timely sent out, so that the normal operation of the auxiliary power supply 20 is ensured, and the safety of related places is further ensured.
Example four
Further, referring to fig. 5 to 7, the monitor 10 is provided with an indicator light assembly 12, a key assembly 14, a display 16 and an alarm 18, the indicator light assembly 12 includes a main power running indicator light 121, a standby power running indicator light 122, a power failure indicator light 123, an equipment running indicator light 124, an equipment failure indicator light 125, a monitoring alarm indicator light 126 and a host communication indicator light 127, and the key assembly 14 includes a self-test key 141, a mute key 142 and a first reset key 143.
Specifically, when the auxiliary power supply 20 fails, the fault information can be rapidly displayed on the display 16 of the monitor 10, and the monitor 10 can also record the position, type and time of the fault and send out an alarm signal through the alarm 18, thereby effectively ensuring the reliability of the fire-fighting linkage system when a fire occurs. The alarm can be an acousto-optic alarm, a buzzer, a horn and the like.
In the embodiment of the present invention, when the monitor 10 is connected to the main power supply 22, the main power running indicator 121 is on, and the monitor 10 operates in the commercial power state; when the main power supply 22 is disconnected or undervoltage, the standby power running indicator lamp 122 is on, and the monitor 10 works in the standby power supply 24 state; when the main power supply 22 is under-voltage or open-circuit or the standby power supply 24 is short-circuit or open-circuit, the power failure indicator lamp 123 is on; when the monitor 10 is working normally, the device operation indicator light 124 flashes; upon detecting a failure of the voltage/current signal sensor 60, the device failure indicator light 125 lights; when monitoring that the voltage/current signal sensor 60 generates alarm information, the monitoring alarm indicator lamp 126 is turned on; when communicating with the host 30, the host communication indicator light 127 is illuminated.
The key assembly 14 includes a self-test key 141, a mute key 142 and a first reset key 143. The self-checking key 141 is provided with a self-checking mark, when the self-checking is pressed, the password is correct, the self-checking state is entered, the indicator lights of the indicator light assembly 12 sequentially flash, the alarm 18 rings, the picture of the display 16 is switched, and the page where the password is located before the self-checking is returned after the self-checking is completed; the silencing key 142 is provided with a silencing mark, when a fault or an alarm sound occurs, the alarm sound is eliminated by pressing silencing until a new alarm signal is generated; the first reset key 143 is provided with a "reset" flag, and when the alarm state is released, the "reset" flag is pressed, and when the input password is correct, the monitoring system 100 is reset.
EXAMPLE five
Further, referring to fig. 8, the voltage/current signal sensor 50 is provided with a first operation indicator lamp 51, a main power failure indicator lamp 52, a standby power failure indicator lamp 53, an overcurrent alarm indicator lamp 54, and a second reset key 55, and the current signal sensor 60 and the voltage signal sensor 70 are provided with a second operation indicator lamp, an alarm indicator lamp, a communication indicator lamp, and a third reset key.
The voltage and current signal sensor 50 is provided with a first operation indicator lamp 51, a main power failure indicator lamp 52, a standby power failure indicator lamp 53, an overcurrent alarm indicator lamp 54 and a second reset key 55. When the power is turned on, the first operation indicator lamp 51 is turned on, which indicates that the auxiliary power supply 20 is operating normally; when the main power supply 22 has faults such as overpressure, undervoltage and the like, the main power failure indicator lamp 52 is turned on; when the standby power supply 24 has faults such as overvoltage, undervoltage and the like, the standby power fault indicator lamp 53 is turned on; when the current of the monitored line is overlarge, the overcurrent alarm indicator lamp 54 is turned on; when the alarm state is released, the second reset key 55 is pressed to restore the normal working state of the monitoring system 100, otherwise, the alarm signal is reestablished.
The current signal sensor 60 and the voltage signal sensor 70 are each provided with a second operation indicator lamp, an alarm indicator lamp, a communication indicator lamp, and a third reset key. When the power supply is turned on, the second operation indicator lamp is turned on to indicate that the auxiliary power supply 20 is normally operated; when the auxiliary power supply 20 fails, the alarm indicator lamp is turned on; when the current signal sensor 60 and the voltage signal sensor 70 communicate with the monitor 10, the communication indicator lights blink; and when the alarm state is released, pressing a third reset key to restore the normal working state of the monitoring system 100, otherwise, reestablishing the alarm signal.
EXAMPLE six
Referring to fig. 4, in addition, the fire fighting power supply monitoring system 100 further includes a fire fighting device 40, the power output interface of the monitor 10 is electrically connected to the power input interface of the fire fighting device 40, and the monitor 10 is further communicatively connected to the fire fighting device 40 through an RS-485 bus interface.
The fire fighting equipment 40, such as a smoke detector, a thermal detector, an acousto-optic alarm, etc., can timely feed back the abnormal information to the monitor 10 when the fire fighting equipment 40 detects the abnormal conditions of smoke, heat, fire, etc. in the relevant places, so that the monitor 10 can timely send out alarm information to prompt relevant personnel to timely handle the abnormal conditions, and ensure the personal and property safety of the relevant places.
EXAMPLE seven
Furthermore, an RS-485 bus interface is also provided on the auxiliary power supply 20.
The embodiment of the utility model provides an in, auxiliary power supply 20 still is equipped with RS-485 bus interface, has kept original RS-485 bus interface promptly at auxiliary power supply 20 to satisfy the user and to auxiliary power supply 20's different connection demand, improve the adaptability of experiencing and auxiliary power supply 20, enlarge auxiliary power supply 20's range of application.
Example eight
Further, the host 30 is a single chip microcomputer.
In the embodiment of the present invention, the model of the single chip microcomputer may be LPC1765 FBD. In other embodiments, the single chip microcomputer may be of other types, and is not limited herein.
The utility model discloses fire power supply monitored control system 100 has increased two-wire system fire control bus interface on auxiliary power supply 20, and auxiliary power supply 20 accessible two-wire system fire control bus interface is connected with the communication of host computer 30, and the required connecting wire of two-wire system bus is less, can set up two-wire system fire control bus interface in design host computer 30, auxiliary power supply 20 and host computer 30 and watch-dog 10's connecting wire sharing, need not independent wiring, maneuverability is stronger, the cost is lower, the practicality is stronger.
The monitoring system 100 can detect the main power source 22 and the backup power source 24 in real time, so as to determine whether the auxiliary power source 20 (the main power source 22 and the backup power source 24) has faults such as overvoltage, undervoltage, overcurrent, open circuit, short circuit, phase failure and the like. When a fault occurs, the fault can be rapidly displayed on the display 16 in real time, the position, type and time of the fault are recorded, prompt signals such as audible and visual alarm signals are sent out, and related personnel can timely and effectively process the fault according to the prompt signals, so that the reliability of the fire-fighting linkage system and the safety of related places when the disaster occurs are effectively ensured.
The above description is only exemplary of the present invention and should not be taken as limiting the scope of the present invention, as any modifications, equivalents, improvements and the like made within the spirit and principles of the present invention are intended to be included within the scope of the present invention.

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1. The utility model provides a fire control power monitored control system, its characterized in that includes watch-dog, auxiliary power source and host computer, the power input interface of watch-dog with auxiliary power source's power output interface electric connection, the watch-dog pass through RS-485 bus interface respectively with auxiliary power source with the host computer communication is connected, auxiliary power source is equipped with two-wire system fire control bus interface and passes through two-wire system fire control bus interface with the host computer communication is connected.
2. The monitoring system of claim 1, further comprising a voltage current signal sensor, a current signal sensor and a voltage signal sensor disposed on the auxiliary power supply, wherein the voltage current signal sensor, the current signal sensor and the voltage signal sensor are configured to collect data related to the auxiliary power supply.
3. The monitoring system of claim 2, wherein the power output interface of the monitor is electrically connected to the power input interfaces of the voltage current signal sensor, the voltage signal sensor and the current signal sensor, respectively, and the monitor is further communicatively connected to the voltage current signal sensor, the voltage signal sensor and the current sensor, respectively, via an RS-485 bus interface.
4. The monitoring system of claim 1, wherein the monitor is provided with an indicator light assembly, a key assembly, a display and an alarm, the indicator light assembly comprises a main power running indicator light, a standby power running indicator light, a power failure indicator light, a device running indicator light, a device failure indicator light, a monitoring alarm indicator light and a host communication indicator light, the key assembly comprises a self-checking key, a silencing key and a first reset key, and the display is provided.
5. The monitoring system according to claim 3, wherein the voltage-current signal sensor is provided with a first operation indicator light, a main power failure indicator light, a standby power failure indicator light, an overcurrent alarm indicator light and a second reset key, and the voltage signal sensor and the current signal sensor are provided with a second operation indicator light, an alarm indicator light, a communication indicator light and a third reset key.
6. The monitoring system of claim 1, further comprising a fire fighting device, wherein the monitor has a power output interface electrically connected to a power input interface of the fire fighting device, and wherein the monitor is further communicatively connected to the fire fighting device via an RS-485 bus interface.
7. The monitoring system of claim 1, wherein the auxiliary power supply further comprises an RS-485 bus interface.
8. The monitoring system of claim 1, wherein the host is a single-chip microcomputer.
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