DIRECT SUPPORT MAINTENANCE
FIREFIGHTING, FIRE ALARM, AND FIRE SUPPRESSION SYSTEMS FOR
INLAND AND COASTAL LARGE TUG (LT)
FIRE DETECTION SYSTEM, TEST
Tools and Special Tools:
Tool Kit, General Mechanic's (Item 1, Table 2,
Two Watercraft Engineers, 88L
Set to ON the FIRE DETECTION SYSTEM. cir-
cuit breaker in 120V emergency distribution
panel No. 1.
OPEN the fire detection panel cabinet in the EOS
and have the key available.
FIRE DETECTION COMPONENT TESTING
1. Activate an ionization smoke detector or a thermal fire detector (WP 0017 00).
2. Refer to figure 1 for the fire detection system equipment location diagram while verifying that the following
indications occur after activating the detector:
a. The proper ZONE Light Emitting Diode (LED) indicator (figure 2, item 1) illuminates on the dual zone
module (figure 2, item 2).
b. On the CP-35 control panel (figure 2, item 3), ensure that the system POWER indicator (figure 2, item 4)
is illuminated while the system ALARM (figure 2, item 5), system TROUBLE (figure 2, item 6), GROUND
FAULT (figure 2, item 7), and AUDIBLE CIRCUIT (figure 2, item 8) trouble LED indicators are off.
3. Deactivate the ionization smoke detector or thermal heat detector (WP 0017 00) and ensure that the ZONE
LED indicator that illuminated in step 2 extinguishes.
4. Open the fire and smoke detection panel door (figure 2, item 9).
5. Set the RESET LAMP TEST switch (figure 3, item 1) on the CP-35 control panel (figure 3, item 2) to the
6. Ensure that all the visual indicators (figure 2, items 4, 5, 6, 7, and 8) on the CP-35 control panel (figure 2,
item 3) illuminate, and the trouble horn sounds when the RESET LAMP TEST switch (figure 3, item 1) is
moved momentarily to the RESET position.
7. Return the RESET LAMP TEST switch to the normal position and verify that the indicators and horn that were
activated in step 6 are now OFF.
8. Return the equipment to the desired readiness condition.