JP2021176087A - Disaster prevention system - Google Patents

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JP2021176087A
JP2021176087A JP2021096320A JP2021096320A JP2021176087A JP 2021176087 A JP2021176087 A JP 2021176087A JP 2021096320 A JP2021096320 A JP 2021096320A JP 2021096320 A JP2021096320 A JP 2021096320A JP 2021176087 A JP2021176087 A JP 2021176087A
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みのり 羽鳥
Minori Hatori
滋良 中尾
Shigeyoshi Nakao
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To make it possible to easily grasp disconnection failure, current value abnormality, a sign of current value abnormality, etc. in addition to fire and take necessary measures by a facility configuration equipped with a current monitoring function of a signal line.SOLUTION: In a disaster prevention receiving board 10 which is a portion of a disaster prevention system, a control unit 40 executes: a fire alarm display based on a predetermined signal related to a fire; an alarm display of a signal line failure when the signal line failure is detected; an alarm display of a current value abnormality when the current value abnormality is determined, which is an abnormality of the current value flowing in the signal line; and furthermore, an alarm display of a sign of current value abnormality when determining the sign of current value abnormality indicating a state in which occurrence of the current value abnormality is predicted. When the control unit also determines a current value abnormality or a sign of a current value abnormality, the control unit also displays detailed information regarding the determination.SELECTED DRAWING: Figure 6

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本発明は、防災監視エリアに設置した通報装置や検知器等の端末機器を防災受信盤に接続して防災監視エリアの異常を監視する防災システムに関する。 The present invention relates to a disaster prevention system that monitors an abnormality in a disaster prevention monitoring area by connecting a terminal device such as a notification device or a detector installed in the disaster prevention monitoring area to a disaster prevention receiving panel.

従来、防災監視エリアとして、例えば自動車専用道路等のトンネルには、トンネル内で発生する火災事故から人身及び車両を守るため、非常用施設が設置されている。 Conventionally, emergency facilities have been installed in tunnels such as automobile-only roads as disaster prevention monitoring areas in order to protect people and vehicles from fire accidents that occur in the tunnels.

このような非常用施設としては、火災の監視と通報のため火災検知器、手動通報装置、非常電話が設けられ、また火災の消火や延焼防止のために消火栓装置が設けられ、更にトンネル躯体やダクト内を火災から防護するために水噴霧ヘッドから消火用水を散水させる水噴霧などが設置され、これらの非常用施設の端末機器を監視制御する防災受信盤を設けることで、トンネル防災システムを構築している。 Such emergency facilities include a fire detector, a manual notification device, and an emergency telephone for fire monitoring and notification, a fire hydrant device for extinguishing a fire and preventing the spread of fire, and a tunnel frame. In order to protect the inside of the duct from fire, water spray that sprinkles fire extinguishing water from the water spray head is installed, and a disaster prevention receiver is installed to monitor and control the terminal equipment of these emergency facilities to build a tunnel disaster prevention system. doing.

防災受信盤と端末機器で構成するトンネル防災システムは、R型伝送方式とP型直送方式に大別される。R型伝送方式は、伝送回線にアドレスを設定した火災検知器等の端末機器を接続し、伝送制御により端末機器単位に検知と制御を行う個別管理を可能とする。P型直送方式は、端末機器の種別に応じて所定の区画単位に分け、区画単位に引き出した信号回線に同一区画に属する複数の端末機器を接続し、信号回線単位に検知と制御を行う。 The tunnel disaster prevention system consisting of the disaster prevention receiver and the terminal equipment is roughly classified into the R type transmission system and the P type direct delivery system. The R-type transmission method connects a terminal device such as a fire detector whose address is set to a transmission line, and enables individual management in which detection and control are performed for each terminal device by transmission control. In the P-type direct delivery method, a plurality of terminal devices belonging to the same section are connected to a signal line drawn out in a predetermined section unit according to the type of the terminal device, and detection and control are performed for each signal line.

ところで、P型直送方式のトンネル防災システムにあっては、手動通報装置、消火栓起動装置、ダクト温度検知器等の端末機器は、操作又は検知による信号出力部を無電圧a接点スイッチとして構成し、防災受信盤から引き出された信号回線に無電圧a接点スイッチ接続している。無電圧a接点スイッチは通常監視状態でオフしており、操作や検知動作によりオンして無電圧接点信号を出力する。 By the way, in the P-type direct delivery type tunnel disaster prevention system, terminal devices such as a manual notification device, a fire hydrant starter, and a duct temperature detector have a signal output unit for operation or detection configured as a non-voltage a contact switch. A non-voltage a contact switch is connected to the signal line drawn from the disaster prevention receiver. The non-voltage a-contact switch is normally turned off in the monitoring state, and is turned on by an operation or detection operation to output a non-voltage contact signal.

具体的には、防災受信盤側から信号回線の一方にプルアップ抵抗を介して電源電圧を印加しており、無電圧a接点スイッチがオフした定常監視状態では、信号回線に消費電流は殆ど流れず、防災受信盤から見た信号回線間の電源電圧は略電源電圧に保たれている。無電圧a接点スイッチがオンすると信号回線に電流が流れ、防災受信盤から見た信号回線間の電圧は略零ボルトに低下し、防災受信盤は信号回線の消費電流の増加又は信号回線間の電圧低下を検出して端末機器の操作又は検知を示す受信信号を制御部に出力する。 Specifically, the power supply voltage is applied to one of the signal lines from the disaster prevention receiver side via a pull-up resistor, and in the steady monitoring state when the non-voltage a contact switch is turned off, most of the current consumption flows through the signal line. However, the power supply voltage between the signal lines seen from the disaster prevention receiver is kept at approximately the power supply voltage. When the non-voltage a contact switch is turned on, a current flows through the signal line, the voltage between the signal lines seen from the disaster prevention receiver drops to almost zero volts, and the disaster prevention receiver increases the current consumption of the signal line or between the signal lines. Detects a voltage drop and outputs a received signal indicating the operation or detection of the terminal device to the control unit.

例えば手動通報装置からの火災通報信号であれば、防災受信盤は、火災表示、端末側の応答ランプの点灯制御、手動通報区画表示、消火ポンプ起動信号の出力といった制御動作を行うと共に、遠方監視制御設備、テレビ監視設備、可変式道路情報板設備、トンネル換気設備、照明設備等の外部設備に火災通報信号を送信して所定の対処制御を行わせるようにしている。 For example, in the case of a fire report signal from a manual report device, the disaster prevention receiver performs control operations such as fire display, lighting control of the response lamp on the terminal side, manual report section display, and output of the fire extinguishing pump start signal, and also performs remote monitoring. A fire alarm signal is transmitted to external equipment such as control equipment, TV monitoring equipment, variable road information board equipment, tunnel ventilation equipment, and lighting equipment so that predetermined countermeasure control can be performed.

特開2002−246962号公報Japanese Unexamined Patent Publication No. 2002-246962 特開平11−128381号公報Japanese Unexamined Patent Publication No. 11-128381

このような従来のP型直送方式のトンネル防災システムにあっては、端末機器を接続している信号回線(外線ケーブル)の経年劣化等により絶縁低下が進み、端末機器を接続している信号回線に通常監視状態で想定される以上の電流が流れ、防災受信盤は端末機器の操作又は検知動作による信号受信と判断して警報動作を行うと共に、遠方監視制御設備、テレビ監視設備、可変式道路情報板設備、トンネル換気設備、照明設備等の他設備を連動し、トンネルを通行止めにすることが度々生じている。 In such a conventional P-type direct delivery type tunnel disaster prevention system, the insulation deteriorates due to aged deterioration of the signal line (outside line cable) connecting the terminal equipment, and the signal line connecting the terminal equipment. More current than expected in the normal monitoring state flows, and the disaster prevention receiver determines that the signal is received by the operation or detection operation of the terminal equipment and performs an alarm operation, as well as remote monitoring control equipment, TV monitoring equipment, and variable road. Information board equipment, tunnel ventilation equipment, lighting equipment, and other other equipment are often linked to block traffic in tunnels.

この問題を解決するため、防災受信盤とは別の筐体に電流監視装置を設け、無電圧a接点スイッチを設けた端末機器を接続した信号回線に流れる電流を、例えば1日1回というように定周期で測定して記録し、更に、測定した電流が所定の閾値範囲を外れた場合に信号回線の電流値異常を判定して警報するようにしている。 In order to solve this problem, a current monitoring device is provided in a housing separate from the disaster prevention receiver, and the current flowing through the signal line connected to the terminal device provided with the non-voltage a contact switch is, for example, once a day. It is measured and recorded at regular intervals, and when the measured current deviates from a predetermined threshold range, an abnormality in the current value of the signal line is determined and an alarm is given.

ところで、防災受信盤で火災通報信号を受信して火災警報が出力された場合や、信号回線の障害が検出されて障害警報が出力された場合には、その後の調査作業の段階で、火災信号が受信された火災回線や障害が検出された障害回線について、電流監視装置で測定された測定履歴を表示させ、火災回線や障害回線がどのような状態にあったかを調べる場合がある。 By the way, if the disaster prevention receiver receives a fire alarm signal and outputs a fire alarm, or if a signal line failure is detected and a failure alarm is output, the fire signal will be displayed at the stage of subsequent investigation work. The measurement history measured by the current monitoring device may be displayed for the fire line in which the fire line is received or the failure line in which the failure is detected, and the state of the fire line or the failure line may be investigated.

しかしながら、従来は防災受信盤に対し電流監視装置を別の筐体に設けているため、防災受信盤から火災情報や障害情報等を電流測定装置に送って測定履歴と共に記憶させる伝送機能と処理機能が必要となり、設備構成と処理が複雑になる問題もある。 However, since the current monitoring device is conventionally provided in a separate housing from the disaster prevention receiver, the transmission function and processing function that send fire information, failure information, etc. from the disaster prevention receiver to the current measurement device and store it together with the measurement history. There is also a problem that the equipment configuration and processing become complicated.

また、従来の防災受信盤にあっては、筐体前面に配置されたグラフィックパネルに、トンネル系統図を配置し、系統図の中に、手動通報装置及び消火栓起動装置に分けて回線表示灯を配列しており、手動通報装置から火災通報信号を受信して火災警報を出力した場合に、手動通報装置に対応した回線表示灯を点灯して火災発生区画を表示させており、また、消火栓起動装置からポンプ起動信号を受信した場合に、消火栓起動装置に対応した回線表示灯を点灯して消火栓が起動された区画を表示させている。 In addition, in the conventional disaster prevention receiver, a tunnel system diagram is placed on the graphic panel arranged on the front of the housing, and the line indicator lights are divided into the manual notification device and the fire hydrant activation device in the system diagram. They are arranged, and when a fire notification signal is received from the manual notification device and a fire alarm is output, the line indicator lamp corresponding to the manual notification device is turned on to display the fire hydrant section, and the fire hydrant is activated. When a pump start signal is received from the device, the line indicator light corresponding to the fire hydrant starter is turned on to display the section where the fire hydrant is started.

また、防災受信盤は信号回線による火災監視以外に信号回線の断線監視を行っており、筐体の前面パネルで断線障害の代表表示を行うようにしている。 In addition to the fire monitoring by the signal line, the disaster prevention receiver also monitors the disconnection of the signal line, and the front panel of the housing is used to display the representative of the disconnection failure.

しかしながら、断線障害が起きている信号回線を調べるには手間と時間がかかり、どの区画の信号回線にトラブルが起きているかを簡単に確認できない問題がある。 However, it takes time and effort to check the signal line in which the disconnection failure occurs, and there is a problem that it is not possible to easily confirm which section of the signal line has the trouble.

本発明は、信号回線の電流監視機能を備える設備構成にて、火災以外に断線障害、電流値異常、及び電流値異常の予兆等を容易に把握して必要な対処を可能とする防災システムを提供することを目的とする。 The present invention provides a disaster prevention system that enables necessary countermeasures by easily grasping signs of disconnection failure, current value abnormality, current value abnormality, etc. in addition to fire in an equipment configuration equipped with a signal line current monitoring function. The purpose is to provide.

(防災システム)
本発明は、
防災監視エリアに対応して配置され、信号回線によって防災受信盤と接続され、当該信号回線を介して防災受信盤へ火災に関する所定の信号を出力する端末機器を備えた防災システムであって、
信号回線に流れる電流値の異常である電流値異常を判定し、少なくとも当該電流値異常と判定した信号回線の判定に関する詳細情報と電流値異常の警報表示を表示部に表示させる制御部を備えたことを特徴とする。
(Disaster prevention system)
The present invention
It is a disaster prevention system equipped with a terminal device that is arranged corresponding to the disaster prevention monitoring area, is connected to the disaster prevention receiving board by a signal line, and outputs a predetermined signal related to a fire to the disaster prevention receiving board via the signal line.
It is equipped with a control unit that determines a current value abnormality that is an abnormality of the current value flowing through the signal line, and at least displays detailed information regarding the determination of the signal line determined to be the current value abnormality and an alarm display of the current value abnormality on the display unit. It is characterized by that.

(電流値異常の予兆判定)
制御部は、更に、電流値異常の発生が予測される状態を示す電流値異常の予兆を判定し、当該電流値異常の予兆と判定した信号回線の判定に関する詳細情報と電流値異常の予兆の警報表示を防災受信盤に表示させる。
(Determination of signs of abnormal current value)
The control unit further determines the sign of the current value abnormality indicating the state in which the occurrence of the current value abnormality is predicted, and the detailed information regarding the determination of the signal line determined to be the sign of the current value abnormality and the sign of the current value abnormality. Display the alarm display on the disaster prevention receiver.

(信号回線の障害検出)
制御部は、更に、信号回線の障害を検出し、信号回線の障害の警報表示を表示部に表示させる。
(Signal line failure detection)
The control unit further detects a failure of the signal line and displays an alarm display of the failure of the signal line on the display unit.

(表示部の構成)
表示部は、
警報表示の各々を表示する第1の表示部と、
詳細情報の各々を表示する第2の表示部と、
で構成される。
(Configuration of display)
The display is
A first display unit that displays each of the alarm displays,
A second display unit that displays each of the detailed information,
Consists of.

(防災受信盤における表示部の配置1)
防災受信盤は、第1の表示部と第2の表示部とを備え、
第2の表示部は、第1の表示部と同時に視認されない位置に配置される。
(Arrangement of display unit on disaster prevention receiver 1)
The disaster prevention receiver has a first display unit and a second display unit.
The second display unit is arranged at a position that is not visible at the same time as the first display unit.

(防災受信盤における表示部の配置2)
防災受信盤は、第1の表示部と第2の表示部とを備え、
第2の表示部は、第1の表示部が視認されない位置からも視認可能に配置される。
(Arrangement of display unit on disaster prevention receiver 2)
The disaster prevention receiver has a first display unit and a second display unit.
The second display unit is arranged so as to be visible even from a position where the first display unit is not visible.

(防災受信盤における表示部の配置3)
防災受信盤の筐体に、当該筐体の前方回りに回動することにより開閉可能な扉を設け、
第1の表示部は、扉の閉鎖時に筐体の前方から視認されるように配置され、
第2の表示部は、扉の閉鎖時において扉の裏面側である筐体内部に、扉の開放時に第1の表示部が視認されない位置から視認されるように配置される。
(Arrangement of display unit on disaster prevention receiver 3)
The housing of the disaster prevention receiver is provided with a door that can be opened and closed by rotating around the front of the housing.
The first display is arranged so that it can be seen from the front of the housing when the door is closed.
The second display unit is arranged inside the housing on the back surface side of the door when the door is closed so that the first display unit can be visually recognized from a position where the first display unit cannot be visually recognized when the door is opened.

(詳細情報)
詳細情報は、少なくとも電流値異常又は電流値以上の予兆と判定したときの電流値を含む。
(Detailed information)
The detailed information includes at least the current value when it is determined that the current value is abnormal or a sign of the current value or more.

(基本的な効果)
本発明は、防災監視エリアに対応して配置され、信号回線によって防災受信盤と接続され、当該信号回線を介して防災受信盤へ火災に関する所定の信号を出力する端末機器を備えた防災システムであって、信号回線に流れる電流値の異常である電流値異常の判定、電流値異常の発生が予測される状態を示す電流値異常の予兆の判定、信号回線の障害を検出する制御部を備えたため、防災受信盤から火災警報、障害警報、電流値異常警報又は電流値異常の予兆警報が出された場合に、当該警報に関する警報表示に加えて、電流値異常や電流値異常の予兆と判定された信号回線の判定に関する詳細情報が表示部に表示され、火災に加え、断線障害、電流値異常又は電流値異常の予兆の何れが起きているかを容易に把握することができ、必要な対処を適切に行うことを可能とする。
(Basic effect)
The present invention is a disaster prevention system provided with a terminal device that is arranged corresponding to a disaster prevention monitoring area, is connected to a disaster prevention receiver by a signal line, and outputs a predetermined signal related to a fire to the disaster prevention receiver via the signal line. It is equipped with a control unit that determines the current value abnormality, which is an abnormality of the current value flowing in the signal line, determines the sign of the current value abnormality indicating the state in which the occurrence of the current value abnormality is predicted, and detects the failure of the signal line. Therefore, when a fire alarm, a failure alarm, a current value abnormality alarm, or a current value abnormality sign alarm is issued from the disaster prevention receiver, it is judged as a sign of current value abnormality or current value abnormality in addition to the alarm display related to the alarm. Detailed information regarding the determination of the signal line is displayed on the display unit, and in addition to the fire, it is possible to easily grasp whether a disconnection failure, a current value abnormality, or a sign of a current value abnormality has occurred, and necessary measures are taken. It is possible to do it properly.

(表示部の構成による効果)
また、表示部は、警報表示の各々を表示する第1の表示部と、詳細情報の各々を表示する第2の表示部と、で構成されるため、表示する内容によって表示される表示部を分けられており、表示される内容を確認しやすい。また従来の防災受信盤が備えるグラフィックパネル等の表示部についてはそのまま流用することができ、設計変更の工数と費用が削減できる。
(Effect of display configuration)
Further, since the display unit is composed of a first display unit that displays each of the alarm displays and a second display unit that displays each of the detailed information, the display unit that is displayed according to the content to be displayed is displayed. It is divided and it is easy to check the displayed contents. In addition, the display unit such as the graphic panel provided in the conventional disaster prevention receiver can be used as it is, and the man-hours and costs for design change can be reduced.

(詳細情報による効果)
また、詳細情報は、少なくとも電流値異常又は電流値以上の予兆と判定したときの電流値を含むようにしたため、電流値異常や電流値異常の予兆が起きている信号回線の状況を詳細に知ることができる。
(Effect of detailed information)
In addition, since the detailed information includes at least the current value when it is determined that the current value is abnormal or is a sign of the current value or more, the status of the signal line in which the current value abnormality or the sign of the current value abnormality is occurring is known in detail. be able to.

トンネル防災システムの概要を示した説明図Explanatory diagram showing the outline of the tunnel disaster prevention system 防災受信盤の外観を示した説明図Explanatory drawing showing the appearance of the disaster prevention receiver 防災受信盤のパネル扉を開いてモニタ装置が見える状態を示した説明図Explanatory drawing showing the state where the panel door of the disaster prevention receiver is opened and the monitor device can be seen. 図2のグラフィックパネルを取り出して示した説明図Explanatory drawing showing by taking out the graphic panel of FIG. 図2の表示パネルを取り出して示した説明図Explanatory drawing showing by taking out the display panel of FIG. トンネル防災システムの機能構成の概略を示したブロック図Block diagram showing the outline of the functional configuration of the tunnel disaster prevention system 予兆閾値範囲の設定による電流値異常の予兆判定を示したグラフ図Graph diagram showing the sign judgment of current value abnormality by setting the sign threshold range 平均電流との差による電流値異常の予兆判定を示したグラフ図Graph diagram showing the predictive judgment of current value abnormality due to the difference from the average current 前回測定の電流値との差による電流値異常の予兆判定を示したグラフ図Graph diagram showing the predictive judgment of current value abnormality due to the difference from the current value of the previous measurement 警報種別に応じて点滅又は明滅の周波数を変える回線表示灯の動作状態を示したタイムチャートA time chart showing the operating status of the line indicator that changes the blinking or blinking frequency according to the alarm type. 警報種別に応じて点滅又は明滅のパターンを変える回線表示灯の動作状態を示したタイムチャートA time chart showing the operating status of the line indicator that changes the blinking or blinking pattern according to the alarm type. 定周期測定による測定履歴を表示したモニタ装置の測定記録画面を示した説明図Explanatory diagram showing the measurement recording screen of the monitor device displaying the measurement history by regular cycle measurement 絞込み条件の設定により抽出された測定履歴が表示されるモニタ装置の測定記録絞込み画面を示した説明図Explanatory drawing showing the measurement record narrowing down screen of the monitor device which displays the measurement history extracted by setting the narrowing down condition.

[トンネル防災システムの概要]
図1はトンネル防災システムの概要を示した説明図である。図1に示すように、自動車専用道路のトンネルとして、上り線トンネル1aと下り線トンネル1bが構築され、上り線トンネル1aと下り線トンネル1bは避難連絡坑2でつながっている。
[Overview of tunnel disaster prevention system]
FIG. 1 is an explanatory diagram showing an outline of a tunnel disaster prevention system. As shown in FIG. 1, an up line tunnel 1a and a down line tunnel 1b are constructed as a tunnel for a motorway, and the up line tunnel 1a and the down line tunnel 1b are connected by an evacuation connecting pit 2.

上り線トンネル1aと下り線トンネル1bの内部には、トンネル長手方向の監視員通路の壁面に沿って例えば50メートル間隔で消火栓装置18が設置されている。 Inside the up line tunnel 1a and the down line tunnel 1b, fire hydrant devices 18 are installed along the wall surface of the observer passage in the longitudinal direction of the tunnel, for example, at intervals of 50 meters.

消火栓装置18は消火栓扉内にノズル付きホースを収納しており、火災時には消火栓扉を開いてノズル付きホースを引き出し、消火栓弁開閉レバーを開操作すると消火用水が放水され、また、消火栓弁開閉検出スイッチ14がオンして消火ポンプを起動させる。 The fire hydrant device 18 houses a hose with a nozzle inside the fire hydrant door. In the event of a fire, the fire hydrant door is opened to pull out the hose with a nozzle, and when the fire hydrant valve open / close lever is opened, fire hydrant water is discharged and the fire hydrant valve open / close detection is detected. The switch 14 is turned on to start the fire extinguishing pump.

また、消火栓装置18には通報装置扉を設けており、通報装置扉には手動通報装置(発信機)16が設けられている。このように消火栓装置18には、消火栓弁開閉検出スイッチ14、及び手動通報装置16が端末機器として設けられており、それぞれ接点手段として機能する無電圧a接点スイッチのオンにより、消火栓起動信号及び火災通報信号が出力される。 Further, the fire hydrant device 18 is provided with a notification device door, and the notification device door is provided with a manual notification device (transmitter) 16. As described above, the fire hydrant device 18 is provided with the fire hydrant valve open / close detection switch 14 and the manual notification device 16 as terminal devices, and when the non-voltage a contact switch functioning as the contact means is turned on, the fire hydrant start signal and the fire are generated. A notification signal is output.

なお、消火栓装置18には消防隊が使用するポンプ起動スイッチが設けられているが、消火栓弁開閉検出スイッチ14と同じポンプ起動信号を出力するシステム的には同一のスイッチであることから、以下、消火栓弁開閉検出スイッチ(ポンプ起動スイッチを含む)14として説明する。また、手動通報装置16は、消火栓装置18以外に、非常電話ボックス内にも設置しているが、以下の説明では、消火栓装置18に設けた手動通報装置を代表として説明する。 The fire hydrant device 18 is provided with a pump start switch used by the fire brigade, but since it is the same switch in terms of the system that outputs the same pump start signal as the fire hydrant valve open / close detection switch 14, the following This will be described as a fire hydrant valve open / close detection switch (including a pump start switch) 14. Further, the manual notification device 16 is installed in the emergency telephone box in addition to the fire hydrant device 18, but in the following description, the manual notification device provided in the fire hydrant device 18 will be described as a representative.

トンネル非常設備として、消火栓装置18以外に、火災検知器、自動弁装置、ダクト内温度検知器等が設けられているが、図示を省略している。 In addition to the fire hydrant device 18, a fire detector, an automatic valve device, a temperature detector in a duct, and the like are provided as tunnel emergency equipment, but they are not shown.

火災検知器はトンネル長手方向の壁面に沿って例えば25メートル又は50メートル間隔で設置され、左右25メートル又は50メートルとなる両側に監視エリアを設定し、火災による炎を検出して火災発報する。 Fire detectors are installed along the wall surface in the longitudinal direction of the tunnel, for example, at intervals of 25 meters or 50 meters, and monitoring areas are set on both sides, which are 25 meters or 50 meters on the left and right, to detect the flame caused by the fire and notify the fire. ..

自動弁装置は水噴霧設備を構成しており、作動用電動弁の遠隔開制御により主弁を開駆動し、トンネル壁面の上部の長手方向に設置した複数の水噴霧ヘッドから消火用水を放水してトンネル躯体を火災から防護する。 The automatic valve device constitutes a water spray facility, and the main valve is opened and driven by remote opening control of the motorized valve for operation, and fire extinguishing water is discharged from multiple water spray heads installed in the longitudinal direction at the top of the tunnel wall surface. Protect the tunnel frame from fire.

ダクト内温度検知器は、トンネル長手方向の監視員通路の内部の配管やケーブルを敷設したダクトに配置されており、ケーブル火災等によるダクト内の温度上昇を検出し、接点手段として機能する無電圧a接点スイッチのオンにより温度検知信号を出力する。 The temperature detector in the duct is placed in the duct where the pipes and cables are laid inside the observer passage in the longitudinal direction of the tunnel, and detects the temperature rise in the duct due to a cable fire or the like, and functions as a contact means. A temperature detection signal is output when the a-contact switch is turned on.

上り線トンネル1a及び下り線トンネル1bの監視センター等には防災受信盤10が設置されている。防災受信盤10には、上り線トンネル1a及び下り線トンネル1bの防災監視機能に加え、端末機器を接続したP型の信号回線の電流を監視する電流監視機能が設けられている。 Disaster prevention receivers 10 are installed in the monitoring centers of the up line tunnel 1a and the down line tunnel 1b. In addition to the disaster prevention monitoring function of the up line tunnel 1a and the down line tunnel 1b, the disaster prevention receiving board 10 is provided with a current monitoring function for monitoring the current of the P-type signal line to which the terminal device is connected.

防災受信盤10からは上り線トンネル1aと下り線トンネル1bの内に、トンネル長手方向に分割した所定の区画毎にP型の信号回線12−11〜12−16,12−21〜12−26が引き出され、例えば4台の消火栓装置18で1区画を形成し、区画単位に設けられた複数の消火栓弁開閉検出スイッチ14及び手動通報装置16が接続されている。 From the disaster prevention receiver 10, P-type signal lines 12-11 to 12-16, 12-21 to 12-26 are divided into predetermined sections in the up line tunnel 1a and down line tunnel 1b in the longitudinal direction of the tunnel. Is pulled out, for example, one section is formed by four fire hydrant devices 18, and a plurality of fire hydrant valve open / close detection switches 14 and a manual notification device 16 provided in each section are connected.

なお、ダクト内に設置されたダクト内温度検出器に対しても、同様にP型の信号回線が区画単位に引き出され、区画単位に設けられた複数のダクト内温度検知器が接続されているが、図示を省略している。また、信号回線12−11〜12−26は、区別する必要がない場合は、信号回線12という場合がある。 Similarly, for the in-duct temperature detector installed in the duct, a P-type signal line is pulled out in each section, and a plurality of in-duct temperature detectors provided in each section are connected. However, the illustration is omitted. Further, the signal lines 12-11 to 12-26 may be referred to as a signal line 12 when it is not necessary to distinguish them.

P型の信号回線12は信号線とコモン線で構成され、消火栓装置18の消火栓弁開閉検出スイッチ14、手動通報装置16及びダクト内温度検知器の各々に設けた無電圧a接点スイッチを接続した場合は、それぞれの操作又は検知動作により無電圧a接点スイッチをオンして回線電流を流すことで、消火栓起動信号、火災通報信号、温度検知信号を防災受信盤10に送るようにしている。 The P-type signal line 12 is composed of a signal line and a common line, and is connected to a non-voltage a contact switch provided in each of the fire extinguisher valve open / close detection switch 14, the manual notification device 16, and the temperature detector in the duct of the fire extinguisher device 18. In this case, the non-voltage a contact switch is turned on by each operation or detection operation to allow the line current to flow, so that the fire extinguishing plug start signal, fire notification signal, and temperature detection signal are sent to the disaster prevention receiver 10.

またトンネルの非常用施設としては、消火栓装置18、火災検知器及び自動弁装置以外に、消火ポンプ設備20、ダクト用の冷却ポンプ設備22、IG子局設備24、換気設備28、警報表示板設備30、ラジオ再放送設備32、テレビ監視設備34及び照明設備36等が設けられており、IG子局設備24をデータ伝送回線で接続する点を除き、それ以外の設備はP型信号回線により防災受信盤10に個別に接続されている。ここで、IG子局設備24は、防災受信盤10と外部に設けた上位設備である遠方監視制御設備26とをネットワーク25を経由して結ぶ通信設備である。 In addition to the fire extinguishing plug device 18, fire detector and automatic valve device, the emergency facilities for the tunnel include fire extinguishing pump equipment 20, cooling pump equipment for ducts 22, IG slave station equipment 24, ventilation equipment 28, and alarm display board equipment. 30, radio rebroadcasting equipment 32, TV monitoring equipment 34, lighting equipment 36, etc. are provided, and except that the IG slave station equipment 24 is connected by a data transmission line, the other equipment is disaster-prevented by a P-type signal line. It is individually connected to the receiving panel 10. Here, the IG slave station equipment 24 is a communication equipment that connects the disaster prevention receiving panel 10 and the remote monitoring and control equipment 26, which is a higher-level equipment provided outside, via the network 25.

換気設備28は、トンネル内の天井側に設置しているジェットファンの運転による高い吹き出し風速によってトンネル内の空気にエネルギーを与えて、トンネル長手方向に空気の流れを起こす設備である。 The ventilation equipment 28 is equipment that gives energy to the air in the tunnel by the high blowing wind speed operated by the jet fan installed on the ceiling side in the tunnel to cause an air flow in the longitudinal direction of the tunnel.

また、警報表示板設備30は、トンネル内の利用者に対して、トンネル内の異常を、電光表示板に表示して知らせる設備である。ラジオ再放送設備32は、トンネル内で運転者等が道路管理者からの情報を受信できるようにするための設備である。テレビ監視設備34は、火災の規模や位置を確認したり、水噴霧設備の作動、避難誘導を行う場合のトンネル内の状況を把握するための設備である。照明設備36はトンネル内の照明機器を駆動して管理する設備である。 Further, the alarm display board equipment 30 is equipment for displaying an abnormality in the tunnel on an electric display board to notify the user in the tunnel. The radio rebroadcasting facility 32 is a facility for allowing a driver or the like to receive information from a road administrator in a tunnel. The TV monitoring equipment 34 is equipment for confirming the scale and position of a fire, operating a water spraying equipment, and grasping the situation in a tunnel when evacuation guidance is performed. The lighting equipment 36 is equipment for driving and managing the lighting equipment in the tunnel.

[防災受信盤]
図2は防災受信盤の外観を示した説明図であり、図2(A)に正面を示し、図2(B)に側面を示す。図3は防災受信盤のパネル扉を開いてモニタ装置が見える状態を示した説明図である。
[Disaster prevention receiver]
FIG. 2 is an explanatory view showing the appearance of the disaster prevention receiver, FIG. 2 (A) shows the front surface, and FIG. 2 (B) shows the side surface. FIG. 3 is an explanatory view showing a state in which the panel door of the disaster prevention receiver is opened so that the monitor device can be seen.

(前面パネルと筐体内のモニタ装置)
図2に示すように、防災受信盤10は、前後に開放された箱形の筐体61の前面に、ハンドル操作により開閉自在なパネル扉62が設けられ、また、筐体61の裏面にも、バンドル操作により開閉自在な裏扉63が設けられている。
(Front panel and monitoring device in the housing)
As shown in FIG. 2, the disaster prevention receiver 10 is provided with a panel door 62 that can be opened and closed by operating a handle on the front surface of the box-shaped housing 61 opened in the front-rear direction, and also on the back surface of the housing 61. , A back door 63 that can be opened and closed by a bundle operation is provided.

パネル扉62の表側には、トンネル系統図に回線表示灯が配置されたグラフィックパネル44、複数の代表灯が配列された表示パネル50、及び各種の操作スイッチと電話機が配置された操作パネル52からなる操作表示部64が設けられる。 On the front side of the panel door 62, from the graphic panel 44 in which the line indicator lights are arranged in the tunnel system diagram, the display panel 50 in which a plurality of representative lights are arranged, and the operation panel 52 in which various operation switches and telephones are arranged. The operation display unit 64 is provided.

筐体61の内部には、タッチパネル付きの液晶ディスプレイを用いたモニタ装置46が配置されている。図3に示すように、防災受信盤10のパネル扉62を開くと、筐体61内に支持枠68に配置されているモニタ装置46が現れ、モニタ装置46の画面に信号回線の電流値測定結果や判定結果を含む電流値の測定履歴を表示させることができる。 Inside the housing 61, a monitor device 46 using a liquid crystal display with a touch panel is arranged. As shown in FIG. 3, when the panel door 62 of the disaster prevention receiver 10 is opened, the monitor device 46 arranged on the support frame 68 appears in the housing 61, and the current value of the signal line is measured on the screen of the monitor device 46. It is possible to display the measurement history of the current value including the result and the judgment result.

(グラフィックパネル)
図4は図2のグラフィックパネルを取り出して示した説明図である。図4に示すように、グラフィックパネル44の中央上部には火災代表灯100が設けられ、その下のトンネル名に続いて、トンネル系統図として、上り線トンネル系統図102aと下り線トンネル系統図102bが描かれている。
(Graphic panel)
FIG. 4 is an explanatory diagram showing the graphic panel of FIG. 2 taken out. As shown in FIG. 4, a fire representative light 100 is provided in the upper center of the graphic panel 44, and following the tunnel name below it, as a tunnel system diagram, an up line tunnel system diagram 102a and a down line tunnel system diagram 102b Is drawn.

上り線トンネル系統図102aは、消火栓配置部104、手動通報装置配置部106及び消火栓起動装置配置部108の3段に分けられている。消火栓配置部104には、トンネル長手方向に50メートル間隔で配置された例えば消火栓装置を示す矩形のシンボルが配列されている。 The up line tunnel system diagram 102a is divided into three stages: a fire hydrant arrangement unit 104, a manual notification device arrangement unit 106, and a fire hydrant starter arrangement unit 108. In the fire hydrant arrangement unit 104, rectangular symbols indicating, for example, fire hydrant devices arranged at intervals of 50 meters in the longitudinal direction of the tunnel are arranged.

手動通報装置配置部106は、P型の信号回線に対応して6区画に分けられており、各区画には「1〜6」の区画番号(回線番号に対応)が表記され、また、各区画に回線表示灯110が設けられている。消火栓起動装置配置部108も同様に、P型の信号回線に対応して6区画に分けられており、各区画には「1〜6」の区画番号が表記され、また、各区画に回線表示灯112が設けられている。なお、消火栓配置部104、手動通報装置配置部106及び消火栓起動装置配置部108は下り線トンネル系統図102bについても同様になる。 The manual notification device arrangement unit 106 is divided into 6 sections corresponding to the P-type signal line, and each section is indicated with a section number of "1 to 6" (corresponding to the line number), and each section is also represented. A line indicator light 110 is provided in the section. Similarly, the fire hydrant activation device arrangement unit 108 is also divided into 6 sections corresponding to the P-type signal line, and each section is indicated with a section number of "1 to 6", and the line is displayed in each section. A light 112 is provided. The fire hydrant arrangement unit 104, the manual notification device arrangement unit 106, and the fire hydrant starter arrangement unit 108 are the same for the down line tunnel system diagram 102b.

グラフィックパネル44に設けられた回線表示灯110,112は、対応する信号回線の火災、断線障害、電流値異常、又は、電流値異常の予兆が判定された場合に、判定内容が分かるように、異なった表示状態で表示される。 The line indicator lights 110 and 112 provided on the graphic panel 44 are provided so that the determination contents can be understood when a fire, a disconnection failure, a current value abnormality, or a sign of a current value abnormality is determined for the corresponding signal line. It is displayed in a different display state.

(表示パネル)
図5は図2の表示パネルを取り出して示した説明図である。図5に示すように、表示パネル50には、防災監視に必要な各種の表示灯が配列されており、防災受信盤10に設けられた断線監視機能に対応して手動通報回線断線灯120と消火栓回線断線点灯124が設けられる。また、防災受信盤10に設けられた電流監視機能に対応して、電流監視装置測定中灯124、電流監視装置故障灯126、手動通報電流値異常灯128、手動通報電流値異常予兆灯130、消火栓電流値異常灯132及び消火栓電流値異常予兆灯134が設けられる。これらの表示灯はそれぞれの事象が判定された場合に、所定の表示色により点灯又は点滅される。
(Display panel)
FIG. 5 is an explanatory view showing the display panel of FIG. 2 taken out. As shown in FIG. 5, various indicator lights necessary for disaster prevention monitoring are arranged on the display panel 50, and the manual notification line disconnection light 120 corresponds to the disconnection monitoring function provided in the disaster prevention receiver panel 10. A fire hydrant line disconnection lighting 124 is provided. Further, corresponding to the current monitoring function provided in the disaster prevention receiving panel 10, the current monitoring device measuring medium light 124, the current monitoring device failure light 126, the manual notification current value abnormality light 128, the manual notification current value abnormality sign light 130, A fire extinguishing plug current value abnormality lamp 132 and a fire extinguishing plug current value abnormality sign lamp 134 are provided. When each event is determined, these indicator lights are turned on or blinked according to a predetermined display color.

[防災受信盤の構成]
図6はトンネル防災システムの機能構成の概略を示したブロック図である。図6に示すように、防災受信盤10は制御部40を備え、制御部40は例えばプログラムの実行により実現される機能であり、ハードウェアとしてはCPU、メモリ、AD変換ポートを含む各種の入出力ポート等を備えたコンピュータ回路等を使用する。
[Disaster prevention receiver panel configuration]
FIG. 6 is a block diagram showing an outline of the functional configuration of the tunnel disaster prevention system. As shown in FIG. 6, the disaster prevention receiver 10 includes a control unit 40, and the control unit 40 is a function realized by executing a program, for example, and the hardware includes various inputs including a CPU, a memory, and an AD conversion port. Use a computer circuit or the like equipped with an output port or the like.

制御部40に対しては、トンネル内に設置した各種の端末機器をP型の信号回線12により接続したP型伝送部42が設けられ、また、制御部40に対し、グラフィックパネル44、モニタ装置46、スピーカ、ブザー、警報表示灯等を備えた警報部48、各種表示灯を備えた表示パネル50、各種スイッチを備えた操作パネル52を設け、更に、IG子局設備24、換気設備28、警報表示板設備30、ラジオ再放送設備32、テレビ監視設備34、照明設備36、消火ポンプ設備20及び冷却ポンプ設備22をP型の信号回線により個別に接続したP型伝送部54が設けられている。 The control unit 40 is provided with a P-type transmission unit 42 in which various terminal devices installed in the tunnel are connected by a P-type signal line 12, and the control unit 40 is provided with a graphic panel 44 and a monitoring device. 46, an alarm unit 48 equipped with a speaker, a buzzer, an alarm indicator light, etc., a display panel 50 equipped with various indicator lights, an operation panel 52 equipped with various switches, and further, an IG slave station equipment 24, a ventilation equipment 28, A P-type transmission unit 54 is provided in which the alarm display board equipment 30, radio rebroadcast equipment 32, television monitoring equipment 34, lighting equipment 36, fire extinguishing pump equipment 20, and cooling pump equipment 22 are individually connected by a P-type signal line. There is.

制御部40にはプログラムの実行により実現される機能として、監視制御部56、電流監視部58及び警報表示制御部60の機能が設けられている。 The control unit 40 is provided with the functions of the monitoring control unit 56, the current monitoring unit 58, and the alarm display control unit 60 as functions realized by executing the program.

(監視制御部)
監視制御部56はトンネル内に設置した消火栓装置18に設けられた消火栓弁開閉検出スイッチ14と手動通報装置16、火災検知器、ダクト内温度検知器、及び自動弁装置等の端末機器からの検知信号や操作信号に基づき、所定の監視制御を行う。
(Monitoring and control unit)
The monitoring control unit 56 detects from terminal devices such as a fire hydrant valve open / close detection switch 14 and a manual notification device 16, a fire detector, a temperature detector in a duct, and an automatic valve device provided in the fire hydrant device 18 installed in the tunnel. Performs predetermined monitoring and control based on signals and operation signals.

また、監視制御部56は、例えば消火栓装置18に設けた手動通報装置16の操作による火災通報信号(火災信号)を受信した場合、警報部48により主音響鳴動を行うと共に図4に示したグラフィックパネル44の火災代表灯100を点滅して火災代表表示を行い、また、火災通報信号を受信した信号回線に対応した手動通報装置配置部106の回線表示灯110を点灯して手動通報区画表示を行い、また消火栓装置18に応答信号を送信して応答ランプを点灯させる制御を行う。 Further, when the monitoring control unit 56 receives, for example, a fire notification signal (fire signal) operated by the manual notification device 16 provided in the fire hydrant device 18, the alarm unit 48 sounds the main sound and the graphic shown in FIG. The fire representative light 100 on the panel 44 is blinked to display the fire representative, and the line indicator light 110 of the manual notification device arrangement unit 106 corresponding to the signal line receiving the fire notification signal is turned on to display the manual notification area. In addition, a response signal is transmitted to the fire hydrant device 18 to control the response lamp to be turned on.

また、監視制御部56は、火災通報信号の受信に続いて、消火栓装置に設けられた消火栓弁開閉レバーの操作に伴う消火栓弁開閉検出スイッチ14のオンによる消火栓起動信号を受信した場合、図4に示したグラフィックパネル44の消火栓起動信号を受信した信号回線に対応した消火栓起動装置配置部108の回線表示灯112を点灯して消火栓起動区画表示を行う。 Further, when the monitoring control unit 56 receives the fire hydrant start signal by turning on the fire hydrant valve open / close detection switch 14 accompanying the operation of the fire hydrant valve open / close lever provided in the fire hydrant device, following the reception of the fire notification signal, FIG. The line indicator 112 of the fire hydrant starter arrangement unit 108 corresponding to the signal line that received the fire hydrant start signal of the graphic panel 44 shown in the above is turned on to display the fire hydrant start section.

また、監視制御部56は、消火栓装置18に設けられた消火栓弁開閉レバーの開操作により消火栓弁開閉検出スイッチ14のオンで出力された消火栓起動信号を受信した場合、消火ポンプ設備20にポンプ起動信号を送信して起動させる制御を行う。 Further, when the monitoring control unit 56 receives the fire hydrant start signal output by turning on the fire hydrant valve open / close detection switch 14 by opening the fire hydrant valve open / close lever provided in the fire hydrant device 18, the monitoring control unit 56 starts the pump to the fire hydrant pump equipment 20. Controls to send a signal and activate it.

更に、監視制御部56は、火災通報信号の受信に基づく他設備に対する制御として、IG子局設備24を介して遠方監視制御設備26に火災通報信号を送信して警報させる制御、テレビ監視設備34により手動通報区画を表示する制御、警報表示板設備30により手動通報区画の火災通報を表示する制御、換気設備28により手動通報区画を換気する制御、照明設備36により手動通報区画を照明する制御等を行う。 Further, the monitoring control unit 56 transmits a fire notification signal to the distant monitoring control equipment 26 via the IG slave station equipment 24 to give an alarm as a control for other equipment based on the reception of the fire notification signal, the TV monitoring equipment 34. Control to display the manual report section by, control to display the fire report of the manual report section by the alarm display board equipment 30, control to ventilate the manual report section by the ventilation equipment 28, control to illuminate the manual report section by the lighting equipment 36, etc. I do.

また、監視制御部56は、ダクト内温度が上昇してダクト内温度検知器から温度検知信号を受信した場合、冷却ポンプ設備22にポンプ起動信号を出力し、ダクト内に設置したヘッドから散水してダクト内を冷却する制御を行う。 Further, when the temperature inside the duct rises and the temperature detection signal is received from the temperature detector inside the duct, the monitoring control unit 56 outputs a pump start signal to the cooling pump equipment 22 and sprinkles water from the head installed in the duct. Controls to cool the inside of the duct.

また、監視制御部56は、信号回線12の断線障害を監視しており、手動通報装置16に対する信号回線12−21〜12−26の断線障害を検出すると、警報部48により障害音響鳴動を行うと共に図5に示した表示パネル50の手動通報回線断線灯120を例えば黄色点灯し、また、消火栓弁開閉検出スイッチ14に対する信号回線12−11〜12−16の断線障害を検出すると、警報部48により障害音響鳴動を行うと共に図5に示した表示パネル50の消火栓回線断線灯122を例えば黄色点灯する制御を行う。 Further, the monitoring control unit 56 monitors the disconnection failure of the signal line 12, and when it detects the disconnection failure of the signal lines 12-21 to 12-26 with respect to the manual notification device 16, the alarm unit 48 sounds the fault sound. When the manual notification line disconnection lamp 120 of the display panel 50 shown in FIG. 5 is lit in yellow, for example, and the disconnection failure of the signal lines 12-11 to 12-16 with respect to the fire hydrant valve open / close detection switch 14 is detected, the alarm unit 48 The fault sound is sounded and the fire hydrant line disconnection lamp 122 of the display panel 50 shown in FIG. 5 is controlled to be lit in yellow, for example.

監視制御部56による信号回線12の断線障害の監視は、信号回線12の終端に終端抵抗を接続して断線監視電流を流しており、断線監視電流が断たれた場合に断線障害を検出する。 The monitoring control unit 56 monitors the disconnection failure of the signal line 12 by connecting a terminating resistor to the end of the signal line 12 to allow a disconnection monitoring current to flow, and detects the disconnection failure when the disconnection monitoring current is interrupted.

(電流監視部)
電流監視部58は、消火栓弁開閉検出スイッチ14及び手動通報装置16を含む無電圧a接点スイッチを備えた端末機器を接続した信号回線12の電流値を測定し、測定した電流値が所定の上限値と下限値で決まる閾値範囲を外れた場合に電流値異常を判定し、測定結果を測定履歴として着脱自在なメモリカードを用いたメモリに記憶する制御を行う。
(Current monitoring unit)
The current monitoring unit 58 measures the current value of the signal line 12 connected to the terminal device provided with the non-voltage a contact switch including the fire extinguisher valve open / close detection switch 14 and the manual notification device 16, and the measured current value is a predetermined upper limit. When the value and the lower limit value deviate from the threshold range, the current value abnormality is determined, and the measurement result is stored as a measurement history in a memory using a detachable memory card.

電流監視部58による信号回線12の電流値の測定は、例えば、信号回線12に挿入した電流検出抵抗の検出電圧をAD変換して読み込み、ノイズの影響を除去するため、所定時間測定した電流値の平均値を求める。 The current value of the signal line 12 is measured by the current monitoring unit 58, for example, the current value measured for a predetermined time is measured for a predetermined time in order to remove the influence of noise by AD-converting and reading the detection voltage of the current detection resistor inserted in the signal line 12. Calculate the average value of.

ここで、電流監視部58による電流値測定には、定周期測定、自動測定、手動測定がある。電流監視部58の定周期測定は、所定周期毎、例えば1日1回の周期で全ての信号回線12の電流値を順次測定し、測定した電流値が所定の閾値範囲を外れた場合に電流値異常を判定し、測定結果を測定履歴としてメモリに記憶させる制御を行う。 Here, the current value measurement by the current monitoring unit 58 includes a fixed cycle measurement, an automatic measurement, and a manual measurement. In the constant cycle measurement of the current monitoring unit 58, the current values of all the signal lines 12 are sequentially measured at predetermined cycles, for example, once a day, and when the measured current values deviate from the predetermined threshold range, the current is measured. Control is performed to determine a value abnormality and store the measurement result in the memory as a measurement history.

電流監視部58による電流値の自動測定は、モニタ装置46による自動測定操作を検出した場合に、全ての信号回線12に流れる電流値を順次測定し、測定した電流値が所定の閾値範囲を外れた場合に電流値異常を判定し、測定結果をモニタ装置46に画面表示させる制御を行う。 In the automatic measurement of the current value by the current monitoring unit 58, when the automatic measurement operation by the monitoring device 46 is detected, the current values flowing through all the signal lines 12 are sequentially measured, and the measured current value is out of the predetermined threshold range. In that case, the abnormality of the current value is determined, and the measurement result is controlled to be displayed on the screen on the monitor device 46.

電流監視部58による電流値の手動測定は、モニタ装置46による信号回線の選択を含む手動測定操作を検出した場合に、選択された信号回線に流れる電流値を測定し、測定した電流値が所定の閾値範囲を外れた場合に電流値異常を判定し、測定結果をモニタ装置46に画面表示させる制御を行う。 In the manual measurement of the current value by the current monitoring unit 58, when a manual measurement operation including selection of a signal line by the monitoring device 46 is detected, the current value flowing through the selected signal line is measured, and the measured current value is predetermined. When the current value is out of the threshold range of, the current value abnormality is determined, and the measurement result is controlled to be displayed on the screen on the monitor device 46.

また、電流監視部58は、モニタ装置46による測定履歴表示操作を検出した場合、メモリに記憶されている電流値の測定履歴をモニタ装置46に画面表示させる制御を行う。 Further, when the current monitoring unit 58 detects the measurement history display operation by the monitoring device 46, the current monitoring unit 58 controls the monitoring device 46 to display the measurement history of the current value stored in the memory on the screen.

電流監視部58は、定周期測定、自動測定又は手動測定の測定中は、図5に示した表示パネル50の中の電流監視装置測定中灯124を緑色点灯し、また、定周期測定、自動測定又は手動測定により電流値異常が判定された場合、図5に示した表示パネル50の中の手動通報電流値異常灯128又は消火栓電流値異常灯132を黄色点灯させて代表表示させる制御を行う。 During the measurement of the constant cycle measurement, the automatic measurement, or the manual measurement, the current monitoring unit 58 lights the current monitoring device measuring lamp 124 in the display panel 50 shown in FIG. 5 in green, and also performs the constant cycle measurement, the automatic measurement. When a current value abnormality is determined by measurement or manual measurement, the manual notification current value abnormality lamp 128 or the fire extinguisher current value abnormality lamp 132 in the display panel 50 shown in FIG. 5 is controlled to be lit in yellow and displayed as a representative. ..

また、電流監視部58は、モニタ装置46による異常履歴表示操作を検出した場合、メモリに記憶されている電流値の測定履歴から電流値異常が判定されている測定履歴を抽出してモニタ装置46に時系列的に画面表示させる制御を行う。 Further, when the current monitoring unit 58 detects the abnormality history display operation by the monitoring device 46, the current monitoring unit 58 extracts the measurement history in which the current value abnormality is determined from the measurement history of the current value stored in the memory and monitors the monitoring device 46. Controls the screen display in chronological order.

[電流監視部による電流値異常の予兆警報]
防災受信盤10の制御部40に設けられ電流監視部58は、測定された電流値が電流値異常を判定する所定の閾値範囲内で所定の予兆閾値を超えた場合に、電流値異常の予兆を判定して予兆警報を出力させる制御を行う。
[Predictive warning of current value abnormality by current monitoring unit]
The current monitoring unit 58 provided in the control unit 40 of the disaster prevention receiving panel 10 predicts a current value abnormality when the measured current value exceeds a predetermined predictive threshold within a predetermined threshold value range for determining the current value abnormality. Is determined and control is performed to output a sign alarm.

電流監視部58による電流値異常の予兆警報は、グラフィックパネル44の画面に電流値異常の予兆警報を代表表示させると共にモニタ装置46の画面に電流値異常の予兆警報の詳細情報として、測定結果と共に上り線トンネルか下り線トンネルかを示す系統、予兆警報に対象となった消火栓や手動通報装置等の装置名を表示させる。 The current value abnormality sign alarm by the current monitoring unit 58 displays the current value abnormality sign alarm on the screen of the graphic panel 44 as a representative, and also displays the measurement result as detailed information of the current value abnormality sign alarm on the screen of the monitor device 46. Display the system indicating whether it is an up line tunnel or a down line tunnel, and the device name such as a fire hydrant or a manual notification device that is the target of a sign alarm.

ここで、電流監視部58による電流値異常の予兆判定は例えば
(1)予兆閾値範囲の設定による電流値異常の予兆判定、
(2)平均電流との差による電流値異常の予兆判定、
(3)前回測定の電流値との差による電流値異常の予兆判定、
があり、何れか1つ又は複数の組み合わせにより電流異常値の予兆を判定して予兆警報を出力させる。
Here, the predictive determination of the current value abnormality by the current monitoring unit 58 is, for example, (1) the predictive determination of the current value abnormality by setting the predictive threshold range.
(2) Judgment of a sign of current value abnormality due to the difference from the average current,
(3) Judgment of a sign of current value abnormality due to the difference from the current value measured last time,
There is, and the sign of the current abnormal value is determined by any one or a combination of two or more, and the sign alarm is output.

(予兆閾値範囲の設定による電流値異常の予兆判定)
図7は予兆閾値範囲の設定による電流値異常の予兆判定を示したグラフ図である。図7は例えば現在日(1日)からそれ以前の18日前までの定周期測定で得られた測定履歴の電流値の日変化を示している。このような電流値の測定履歴に対し、電流値異常を判定するための下限値Ith1と上限値Ith4が設定され、また、電流値異常を判定する閾値範囲Ith1〜Ith4の範囲内に、電流値異常の予兆を判定するための予兆下限値Ith2と予兆上限値Ith3が設定されている。
(Predictive judgment of current value abnormality by setting the predictive threshold range)
FIG. 7 is a graph showing a sign determination of a current value abnormality by setting a sign threshold range. FIG. 7 shows, for example, the diurnal change of the current value of the measurement history obtained by the fixed cycle measurement from the current day (1 day) to 18 days before that. The lower limit value Is1 and the upper limit value Is4 for determining the current value abnormality are set for such a current value measurement history, and the current value is within the range of the threshold range Is1 to Is4 for determining the current value abnormality. A sign lower limit value Is2 and a sign upper limit value Is3 for determining a sign of abnormality are set.

電流監視部58は、図7に示すように、電流値異常を判定する閾値範囲Ith1〜Ith4内に、それより狭い予兆閾値範囲Ith2〜Ith3を設定し、測定された電流値Iiが予兆閾値範囲Ith2〜Ith3を外れた場合、即ち、
Ith2≧Ii>Ith1又はIth4>Ii≧Ith3
となった場合に、電流値異常の予兆を判定して予兆警報を出力させる制御を行う。
As shown in FIG. 7, the current monitoring unit 58 sets a narrower predictive threshold range Is2 to Is3 within the threshold range Is1 to Is4 for determining the current value abnormality, and the measured current value Ii is the predictive threshold range. When it deviates from Is2 to Is3, that is,
Is2 ≧ Ii> Is1 or Is4> Ii ≧ Is3
When becomes, the control is performed to determine the sign of the current value abnormality and output the sign alarm.

図7にあっては、現在日(1日目)の定周期測定により測定された電流値Iiは予兆上限Ith3に達しており、このため電流監視部58は測定された電流値について、電流値異常の予兆を判定して予兆警報を出力させる。 In FIG. 7, the current value Ii measured by the fixed-period measurement of the current day (first day) has reached the upper limit of the sign Is3. Therefore, the current monitoring unit 58 has the current value of the measured current value. The sign of abnormality is judged and a sign alarm is output.

また、電流監視部58は、定周期測定、自動測定又は手動測定において電流値異常の予兆が判定された場合、図5に示した表示パネル50の中の手動通報電流値異常予兆灯130又は消火栓電流値異常予兆灯134を黄色点灯させて代表表示させる制御を行う。 Further, when the current value monitoring unit 58 determines a sign of a current value abnormality in the constant cycle measurement, automatic measurement, or manual measurement, the manual notification current value abnormality sign lamp 130 or the fire hydrant in the display panel 50 shown in FIG. 5 shows. Control is performed so that the current value abnormality sign lamp 134 is lit in yellow to display a representative display.

(平均電流との差による電流値異常の予兆判定)
図8は平均電流との差による電流値異常の予兆判定を示したグラフ図である。図8に示すように、電流監視部58は、測定履歴から過去の平均電流値Iaを求め、現在日(1日目)の定周期測定により測定された電流値Iiが電流値異常を判定する閾値範囲Ith1〜Ith4の範囲内にあることを条件に、測定された電流値Iiと平均電流値Iaとの差ΔIが所定の予兆閾値ΔIthを超えた場合に、電流値異常の予兆を判定して予兆警報を出力させる制御を行う。
(Determining the sign of current value abnormality based on the difference from the average current)
FIG. 8 is a graph showing a sign determination of a current value abnormality due to a difference from the average current. As shown in FIG. 8, the current monitoring unit 58 obtains the past average current value Ia from the measurement history, and the current value Ii measured by the constant cycle measurement of the current day (first day) determines the current value abnormality. When the difference ΔI between the measured current value Ii and the average current value Ia exceeds a predetermined predictive threshold ΔIth on condition that the current value is within the threshold range Is1 to Is4, the sign of the current value abnormality is determined. Controls to output a sign alarm.

図8にあっては、現在日(1日目)の定周期測定により測定された電流値Iiと平均電流値Iaとの差ΔIが予兆閾値ΔIth以上となっており、このため電流監視部58は測定された電流値について、電流値異常の予兆を判定して予兆警報を出力させる。 In FIG. 8, the difference ΔI between the current value Ii and the average current value Ia measured by the fixed-period measurement of the current day (first day) is equal to or greater than the predictive threshold ΔIth. Therefore, the current monitoring unit 58 Determines the sign of abnormal current value for the measured current value and outputs a sign alarm.

(前回測定の電流値との差による電流値異常の予兆判定)
図9は前回測定の電流値との差による電流値異常の予兆判定を示したグラフ図である。図9に示すように、電流監視部58は、現在日(1日目)の定周期測定により測定された電流値Iiが電流値異常を判定する閾値範囲Ith1〜Ith4の範囲内にあることを条件に、前回測定された電流値Ii−1との差ΔIが所定の予兆閾値ΔIthを超えた場合に、電流値異常の予兆を判定して予兆警報を出力させる制御を行う。ここで、電流監視部58により求める今回測定された電流値Iiと前回測定された電流値Ii−1との差ΔIは、電流値の変化率を示しており、これは電流値の変化率が所定の閾値以上となった場合に電流値以上の予兆を判定して警報することを意味する。
(Determination of a sign of current value abnormality due to the difference from the current value measured last time)
FIG. 9 is a graph showing a sign determination of a current value abnormality due to a difference from the current value measured in the previous measurement. As shown in FIG. 9, the current monitoring unit 58 indicates that the current value Ii measured by the constant cycle measurement of the current day (first day) is within the threshold range Is1 to Is4 for determining the current value abnormality. As a condition, when the difference ΔI from the previously measured current value Ii-1 exceeds a predetermined predictive threshold value ΔIth, the sign of the current value abnormality is determined and the sign alarm is output. Here, the difference ΔI between the current value Ii measured this time and the current value Ii-1 measured last time, which is obtained by the current monitoring unit 58, indicates the rate of change of the current value, which is the rate of change of the current value. It means that when the value exceeds a predetermined threshold value, a sign of a current value or more is determined and an alarm is given.

(警報表示制御部)
図6の防災受信盤10の制御部40に設けられた警報表示制御部60は、図4のグラフィックパネル44に設けられた回線表示灯110,112を、監視制御部56による火災警報と断線障害警報、及び電流監視部58による電流値異常警報と電流値異常の予兆警報に応じて異なる表示状態で作動させる制御を行う。
(Alarm display control unit)
The alarm display control unit 60 provided in the control unit 40 of the disaster prevention receiving panel 10 of FIG. 6 displays the line indicators 110 and 112 provided in the graphic panel 44 of FIG. 4 with a fire alarm and a disconnection failure by the monitoring control unit 56. Control is performed to operate in different display states according to the alarm and the current value abnormality alarm and the current value abnormality sign alarm by the current monitoring unit 58.

警報表示制御部60による回線表示灯の制御は、
(1)点滅又は明滅の周波数による警報識別表示
(2)表示色による警報識別表示、
(3)点滅又は明滅のパターンによる警報識別表示
の何れかとする。
The alarm display control unit 60 controls the line indicator light.
(1) Alarm identification display by blinking or blinking frequency (2) Alarm identification display by display color,
(3) Either the alarm identification display by the blinking or blinking pattern.

(点滅又は明滅の周波数による警報識別表示)
図10は警報種別に応じて点滅又は明滅の周波数を変える回線表示灯の動作状態を示したタイムチャートである。
(Alarm identification display by blinking or blinking frequency)
FIG. 10 is a time chart showing an operating state of a line indicator light that changes the blinking or blinking frequency according to the alarm type.

図10(A)は火災警報に対する回線表示灯の作動であり、火災通報信号の受信に基づき、回線表示灯を常時点灯としている。 FIG. 10A shows the operation of the line indicator light in response to the fire alarm, and the line indicator light is always lit based on the reception of the fire notification signal.

図10(B)は断線障害警報に対応した回線表示灯の作動であり、1秒に1回となる1Hzの周波数で点滅又は明滅させる。 FIG. 10B shows the operation of the line indicator light corresponding to the disconnection failure alarm, and blinks or blinks at a frequency of 1 Hz, which is once per second.

図10(C)は電流値異常警報に対応した回線表示灯の作動であり、1秒に2回となる2Hzの周波数で点滅又は明滅させる。 FIG. 10C shows the operation of the line indicator light corresponding to the current value abnormality alarm, and blinks or blinks at a frequency of 2 Hz, which is twice a second.

図10(D)は電流値異常の予兆警報に対応した回線表示灯の作動であり、1秒に3回となる3Hzの周波数で点滅又は明滅させる。なお、点滅又は明滅の周波数は一例であり、必要に応じて適宜の識別可能に周波数の組み合わせとしても良い。 FIG. 10 (D) shows the operation of the line indicator light corresponding to the warning of the sign of the current value abnormality, and blinks or blinks at a frequency of 3 Hz, which is three times a second. The blinking or blinking frequency is an example, and may be a combination of frequencies that can be appropriately identified as needed.

(表示色による識別表示)
警報表示制御部60は、回線表示灯を、火災警報で赤色、障害警報で黄色、電流値異常警報で橙及び電流値異常の予兆警報で紫というように、警報の種別に応じて異なる表示色で作動させる制御を行う。なお、表示色の組み合わせは、これ以外に適宜に定めることができる。
(Identification display by display color)
The alarm display control unit 60 has different display colors depending on the type of alarm, such as red for a fire alarm, yellow for a failure alarm, orange for a current value abnormality alarm, and purple for a current value abnormality sign alarm. Control to operate with. In addition, the combination of display colors can be appropriately determined.

(点滅又は明滅のパターンによる警報識別表示)
図11は警報種別に応じて点滅又は明滅のパターンを変える回線表示灯の動作状態を示したタイムチャートである。
(Alarm identification display by blinking or blinking pattern)
FIG. 11 is a time chart showing an operating state of a line indicator light that changes the blinking or blinking pattern according to the alarm type.

図11(A)は火災警報に対する回線表示灯の作動であり、回線表示灯を長点灯1回と短点灯3回のパターンを繰り返している。 FIG. 11A shows the operation of the line indicator lamp in response to the fire alarm, and the pattern of the line indicator lamp being lit once for a long time and three times for a short time is repeated.

図11(B)は断線障害警報に対応した回線表示灯の作動であり、回線表示灯を点灯1回と短点灯1回のパターンを繰り返している。 FIG. 11B shows the operation of the line indicator light corresponding to the disconnection failure alarm, and the pattern of turning on the line indicator light once and turning it on briefly once is repeated.

図11(C)は電流値異常警報に対応した回線表示灯の作動であり、回線表示灯を短点灯3回を休止期間を介して繰り返すパターンとしている。 FIG. 11C shows the operation of the line indicator light corresponding to the current value abnormality alarm, and the line indicator light is lit three times for a short time in a pattern of repeating the pause period.

図11(D)は電流値異常の予兆警報に対応した回線表示灯の作動であり、回線表示灯を
短点灯1回と短点灯2回を休止期間を介して繰り返すパターンとしている。
FIG. 11D shows the operation of the line indicator light corresponding to the sign alarm of the current value abnormality, and the line indicator light has a pattern in which one short lighting and two short lighting are repeated through a pause period.

なお、これらのパターンは一例であり、必要に応じて適宜の異なる点滅パターン又は明滅パターンの組み合わせとしても良い。 It should be noted that these patterns are examples, and may be a combination of different blinking patterns or blinking patterns as needed.

(モニタ装置による測定記録画面の表示)
図12は定周期測定による測定履歴を表示したモニタ装置の測定記録画面を示した説明図であり、電流監視部58により電流値異常の予兆が判定されて予兆警報が出力された場合を例にとって示している。
(Display of measurement recording screen by monitoring device)
FIG. 12 is an explanatory diagram showing a measurement recording screen of the monitor device that displays the measurement history by the constant cycle measurement, and is an example of a case where the current monitoring unit 58 determines a sign of a current value abnormality and outputs a sign alarm. Shown.

図12に示すように、図5の表示パネル50で例えば手動通報電流値異常灯128及び手動通報電流値異常予兆点灯130が黄色点灯して電流値異常及びその予兆警報の代表表示が行われた場合、図3に示したように、パネル扉62を開いてモニタ装置46のモニタ画面70で所定の画面操作を行うと、定周期測定により測定して記憶された測定履歴の読み出しにより測定記録画面72が表示される。 As shown in FIG. 12, for example, the manual notification current value abnormality lamp 128 and the manual notification current value abnormality sign lighting 130 are lit in yellow on the display panel 50 of FIG. 5, and a representative display of the current value abnormality and its sign alarm is performed. In this case, as shown in FIG. 3, when the panel door 62 is opened and a predetermined screen operation is performed on the monitor screen 70 of the monitor device 46, the measurement recording screen is read by reading the measurement history measured and stored by the fixed cycle measurement. 72 is displayed.

測定記録画面72の右側には、ページ表示73、ページ切替ボタン74,75、ファイル保存ボタン76及びメモリ取出ボタン77が配置される。 On the right side of the measurement recording screen 72, a page display 73, page switching buttons 74 and 75, a file save button 76, and a memory eject button 77 are arranged.

ページ切替ボタン74,75を操作することで測定履歴詳細情報79のページ切替えを可能としている。ファイル保存ボタン76は測定結果のメモリ格納を指示する。メモリ取出ボタン77は防災受信盤10から電流値測定情報を記憶したメモリを取り出す場合に操作する。 By operating the page switching buttons 74 and 75, it is possible to switch the page of the measurement history detailed information 79. The file save button 76 instructs the memory storage of the measurement result. The memory eject button 77 is operated when ejecting the memory storing the current value measurement information from the disaster prevention receiving panel 10.

測定記録画面72の画面中央に表示された測定履歴詳細情報79は、前記(1)の予兆閾値範囲の設定による電流値異常の予兆判定を例にとっている。ここで、回線番号002にあっては、測定値が0.75mAであり、予兆上限値0.75mAに達していることから、予兆判定には「NG」の表示により電流値異常の予兆が示されている。 The measurement history detailed information 79 displayed in the center of the measurement recording screen 72 takes as an example the predictive determination of the current value abnormality by setting the predictive threshold range in (1). Here, in the line number 002, the measured value is 0.75 mA, and the upper limit of the sign has reached 0.75 mA. Therefore, the sign of the current value abnormality is indicated by the display of "NG" in the sign determination. Has been done.

また、回線番号004にあっては、測定値が1.25mAであり、異常上限値1.00mAを超えていることから、異常判定には「NG」の表示により電流値異常が示されている。この場合、測定値1.25mAは予兆上限値0.75mAも超えていることから、当然に、予兆判定には「NG」の表示により予兆が示されている。 Further, in the line number 004, the measured value is 1.25 mA, which exceeds the abnormal upper limit value of 1.00 mA. Therefore, in the abnormality determination, the current value abnormality is indicated by the display of "NG". .. In this case, since the measured value of 1.25 mA also exceeds the upper limit of the sign of 0.75 mA, the sign is naturally indicated by the display of “NG” in the sign determination.

測定記録画面72の下側には、回線選択ボタン78が配置され、回線選択ボタン78を操作すると、図13に示す測定記録絞込み画面80の表示に切り替えられる。 A line selection button 78 is arranged below the measurement recording screen 72, and when the line selection button 78 is operated, the display can be switched to the measurement record narrowing down screen 80 shown in FIG.

図13の測定記録絞込み画面80には、系統選択部81、装置選択部82、区画選択部83、確定ボタン84、解除ボタン85、ページ表示86、ページ切替ボタン87,88、及び閉鎖ボタン89が設けられている。 The measurement record narrowing screen 80 of FIG. 13 includes a system selection unit 81, a device selection unit 82, a division selection unit 83, a confirmation button 84, a release button 85, a page display 86, page switching buttons 87 and 88, and a closing button 89. It is provided.

系統選択部81は上り線と下り線から選択する。装置選択部82は、手動通報、消火栓、ダクトから選択する。区画選択部83は区画番号を入力する。 The system selection unit 81 selects from an up line and a down line. The device selection unit 82 selects from manual notification, fire hydrant, and duct. The section selection unit 83 inputs a section number.

測定記録絞込み画面80において、例えば「上り線の手動通報装置における区画01」の測定記録に絞込みたい場合には、図示のように、系統選択部81に「上り線」、装置選択部82に「手動通報」、区画選択部83に「01」を設定し、確定ボタン84を操作すると、対応する絞込み測定記録90が表示される。 On the measurement record narrowing screen 80, for example, when it is desired to narrow down to the measurement record of "section 01 in the manual notification device for the up line", as shown in the figure, the system selection unit 81 has an "up line" and the device selection unit 82 has a "up line". When "manual notification" and "01" are set in the section selection unit 83 and the confirmation button 84 is operated, the corresponding narrowing measurement record 90 is displayed.

この状態で解除ボタン85を操作すると、絞込み条件及び絞込み測定記録90がクリアされる。また、閉鎖ボタン89を操作すると、図12の測定記録画面72に戻る。 When the release button 85 is operated in this state, the narrowing condition and the narrowing measurement record 90 are cleared. Further, when the closing button 89 is operated, the screen returns to the measurement recording screen 72 of FIG.

このような測定記録絞込み画面80の機能を利用することで、記憶されている膨大な測定記録の中から、系統、装置、区画の組み合わせた絞込み条件の設定により測定記録を絞り込んで表示させることができ、例えば、電流値異常を起こした適宜の装置の回線劣化状況等の判断を効率良く行うことを可能とする。 By using the function of the measurement record narrowing screen 80, it is possible to narrow down and display the measurement record by setting the narrowing conditions in combination with the system, the device, and the section from the huge number of stored measurement records. This makes it possible to efficiently determine, for example, the line deterioration status of an appropriate device that has caused an abnormality in the current value.

なお、測定記録の絞込み条件としては、系統、装置、区画に加え、期間を選択できるようにしても良い。 As the conditions for narrowing down the measurement records, a period may be selected in addition to the system, device, and section.

[本発明の変形例]
上記の実施形態では、火災警報、障害警報、電流値異常警報、電流値異常の予兆警報を行っているが、その内の少なくともいずれか三つを識別できればよい。
[Modification of the present invention]
In the above embodiment, a fire alarm, a failure alarm, a current value abnormality alarm, and a current value abnormality sign alarm are performed, but at least any three of them may be identified.

また、本発明は、その目的と利点を損なわない適宜の変形を含み、更に上記の実施形態に示した数値による限定は受けない。 In addition, the present invention includes appropriate modifications that do not impair its purpose and advantages, and is not further limited by the numerical values shown in the above embodiments.

1a:上り線トンネル
1b:下り線トンネル
10:防災受信盤
12,12−11〜12−16,12−21〜12−26:信号回線
14:消火栓弁開閉検出スイッチ
16:手動通報装置
18:消火栓装置
20:消火ポンプ設備
22:冷却ポンプ設備
24:IG子局設備
26:遠方監視制御設備
28:換気設備
30:警報表示板設備
32:ラジオ再放送設備
34:テレビ監視設備
36:照明設備
40:制御部
42,54:P型伝送部
44:グラフィックパネル
46:モニタ装置
48:警報部
50:表示パネル
52:操作パネル
56:監視制御部
58:電流監視部
60:警報表示制御部
61:筐体
62:パネル扉
70:モニタ画面
72:測定記録画面
80:測定記録絞込み画面
100:火災代表灯
102a:上り線トンネル系統図
102b:下り線トンネル系統図
104:消火栓配置部
106:手動通報装置配置部
108:消火栓起動装置配置部
110,112:回線表示灯
120:手動通報回線断線灯
122:消火栓回線断線灯
124:電流監視装置測定中灯
126:電流監視装置故障灯
128:手動通報電流値異常灯
130:手動通報電流値異常予兆灯
132:消火栓電流値異常灯
134:消火栓電流値異常予兆灯
1a: Up line tunnel 1b: Down line tunnel 10: Disaster prevention receiver 12, 12-11 to 12-16, 12-21 to 12-26: Signal line 14: Fire hydrant valve open / close detection switch 16: Manual notification device 18: Fire hydrant Equipment 20: Fire extinguishing pump equipment 22: Cooling pump equipment 24: IG slave station equipment 26: Remote monitoring and control equipment 28: Ventilation equipment 30: Alarm display board equipment 32: Radio rebroadcasting equipment 34: TV monitoring equipment 36: Lighting equipment 40: Control units 42, 54: P-type transmission unit 44: Graphic panel 46: Monitor device 48: Alarm unit 50: Display panel 52: Operation panel 56: Monitoring control unit 58: Current monitoring unit 60: Alarm display control unit 61: Housing 62: Panel door 70: Monitor screen 72: Measurement record screen 80: Measurement record narrowing screen 100: Fire representative light 102a: Up line tunnel system diagram 102b: Down line tunnel system diagram 104: Fire hydrant arrangement unit 106: Manual notification device arrangement unit 108: Fire hydrant starter arrangement unit 110, 112: Line indicator 120: Manual notification line disconnection light 122: Fire hydrant line disconnection light 124: Current monitoring device measuring light 126: Current monitoring device failure light 128: Manual notification current value abnormality light 130: Manual notification current value abnormality sign light 132: Fire hydrant current value abnormality light 134: Fire hydrant current value abnormality sign light

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防災監視エリアに対応して配置され、信号回線によって防災受信盤と接続され、当該信号回線を介して前記防災受信盤へ火災に関する所定の信号を出力する端末機器を備えた防災システムであって、
前記信号回線に流れる電流値の異常である電流値異常を判定し、少なくとも当該電流値異常と判定した信号回線の判定に関する詳細情報と前記電流値異常の警報表示を表示部に表示させる制御部を備えたことを特徴とする防災システム。
It is a disaster prevention system equipped with a terminal device that is arranged corresponding to the disaster prevention monitoring area, is connected to the disaster prevention receiving board by a signal line, and outputs a predetermined signal related to a fire to the disaster prevention receiving board via the signal line.
A control unit that determines a current value abnormality that is an abnormality of the current value flowing through the signal line, and at least displays detailed information regarding the determination of the signal line determined to be the current value abnormality and an alarm display of the current value abnormality on the display unit. A disaster prevention system characterized by being equipped.
請求項1記載の防災システムであって、
前記制御部は、更に、前記電流値異常の発生が予測される状態を示す電流値異常の予兆を判定し、当該電流値異常の予兆と判定した信号回線の判定に関する詳細情報と前記電流値異常の予兆の警報表示を前記表示部に表示させることを特徴とする防災システム。
The disaster prevention system according to claim 1.
The control unit further determines a sign of a current value abnormality indicating a state in which the occurrence of the current value abnormality is predicted, and detailed information regarding determination of a signal line determined to be a sign of the current value abnormality and the current value abnormality. A disaster prevention system characterized in that an alarm display of a sign of is displayed on the display unit.
請求項1又は2記載の防災システムであって、
前記制御部は、更に、前記信号回線の障害を検出し、前記信号回線の障害の警報表示を前記表示部に表示させることを特徴とする防災システム。
The disaster prevention system according to claim 1 or 2.
The control unit further detects a failure of the signal line, and displays an alarm display of the failure of the signal line on the display unit.
請求項1乃至3何れかに記載の防災システムであって、
前記表示部は、
前記警報表示の各々を表示する第1の表示部と、
前記詳細情報の各々を表示する第2の表示部と、
で構成されることを特徴とする防災システム。
The disaster prevention system according to any one of claims 1 to 3.
The display unit
A first display unit that displays each of the alarm displays, and
A second display unit that displays each of the detailed information, and
A disaster prevention system characterized by being composed of.
請求項4記載の防災システムであって、
前記防災受信盤は、前記第1の表示部と前記第2の表示部とを備え、
前記第2の表示部は、前記第1の表示部と同時に視認されない位置に配置されたことを特徴とする防災システム。
The disaster prevention system according to claim 4.
The disaster prevention receiving board includes the first display unit and the second display unit.
The second display unit is a disaster prevention system characterized in that the second display unit is arranged at a position that cannot be visually recognized at the same time as the first display unit.
請求項4記載の防災システムであって、
前記防災受信盤は、前記第1の表示部と前記第2の表示部とを備え、
前記第2の表示部は、前記第1の表示部が視認されない位置からも視認可能に配置されたことを特徴とする防災システム。
The disaster prevention system according to claim 4.
The disaster prevention receiving board includes the first display unit and the second display unit.
The second display unit is a disaster prevention system characterized in that the first display unit is arranged so as to be visible even from a position where the first display unit is not visible.
請求項5又は6記載の防災システムであって、
前記防災受信盤の筐体に、当該筐体の前方回りに回動することにより開閉可能な扉を設け、
前記第1の表示部は、前記扉の閉鎖時に前記筐体の前方から視認されるように配置され、
前記第2の表示部は、前記扉の閉鎖時において前記扉の裏面側である前記筐体内部に、前記扉の開放時に前記第1の表示部が視認されない位置から視認されるように配置される
ことを特徴とする防災システム。
The disaster prevention system according to claim 5 or 6.
The housing of the disaster prevention receiver is provided with a door that can be opened and closed by rotating around the front of the housing.
The first display unit is arranged so as to be visible from the front of the housing when the door is closed.
The second display unit is arranged inside the housing, which is the back surface side of the door when the door is closed, so that the first display unit can be visually recognized from a position where the first display unit is not visible when the door is opened. A disaster prevention system characterized by the fact that.
請求項1乃至7何れかに記載の防災システムであって、
前記詳細情報は、少なくとも前記電流値異常又は電流値以上の予兆と判定したときの前記電流値を含むことを特徴とする防災システム。
The disaster prevention system according to any one of claims 1 to 7.
The disaster prevention system, characterized in that the detailed information includes at least the current value when it is determined that the current value is abnormal or a sign of the current value or more.
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