Goal and purpose

This document contains all information on the 'Sinteso Test' app.

You can use 'Sinteso Test' to perform the following work steps in the FS20 fire detection system:

  • Simplified commissioning of the peripheral devices using the 'One-step commissioning' function
  • Testing peripheral devices and recording the test date
  • Exporting the test data as an STR report for further processing in Excel
  • Comparing the data stored in the detection tree with the device information for installed peripheral devices
  • Simplified operation of the detector exchanger and tester FDUD292 via the FDUD remote screen of 'Sinteso Test'


The information in this document applies as of app version 4.0.0 and market package MP8.

Target groups

The information in this document is intended for the following target groups:

Target group



System owner

  • According to EN 50110-1, 'nominated person with the overall responsibility to ensure the safe operation of the electrical installation by setting rules and organisation or framework.'
  • 'This person can be the owner, employer, proprietor or a delegated person.'
  • 'Some of these duties can be delegated to others as required. For large or complex electrical installations or networks, the duties can be delegated for parts of the installations or the network'

Commissioning personnel

  • Configures the product at the place of installation according to customer-specific requirements.
  • Checks the product operability and releases the product for use by the operator.
  • Searches for and corrects malfunctions.
  • Has obtained suitable specialist training for the function and for the products.
  • Has attended the training courses for commissioning personnel.

Maintenance personnel

  • Carries out all maintenance work.
  • Checks that the products are in perfect working order.
  • Searches for and corrects malfunctions.
  • Has obtained suitable specialist training for the function and for the products.

Source language and reference document

  • The source/original language of this document is German (de).
  • The reference version of this document is the international version in English. The international version is not localized.

Document identification

The document ID is structured as follows:





ID code 1



STEP-ID generated by the STEP system




Language abbreviation in accordance with ISO 639-1


Country abbreviation in accordance with ISO-3166-1


Multilingual or international


Document version, single or double digit: a, b, …z; aa, ab, …az; ba, bb, …bz; etc.


Some documents have different ID codes that are generated by an earlier system. There are also documents with up-to-date ID codes along with additional features in the designation.

ID code


-- = multilingual or international


Date format

The date format in the document corresponds to the recommendation of international standard ISO 8601 (format YYYY-MM-DD).

Presentation conventions

Text markups

Special text markups are used as follows in this document:

Prerequisite for an instruction telling you what to do

Instruction with at least two steps

Instruction with one step


Variant, option, or detailed information on an instruction


Interim result of an instruction

Final result of an instruction



[➙ X]

Reference to a page number


Quote, exact match


Identification of buttons


Indicates a link and identifies steps in a sequence, e.g., 'Menu bar' > 'Help' > 'Help topics'

↑ Text

Identifies a glossary entry

Additional information and tips

The 'i' symbol identifies additional information and tips to simplify the procedure.

Open-source software (OSS) licenses

You will find the license texts for the open-source software embedded in the product in document A6V10432127. See chapter 'Applicable documents'.