Bosch ISW-BIT1-HAX WLSN INSTALLATION

wireless Local SecurityNetwork
Reference Guide
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wLSN
wLSN | Reference Guide | Trademarks
Trademarks
Pet Friendly® is a registered trademark of Bosch Security Systems
in the United States.
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wLSN| Reference Guide | Contents
Contents
1.0
Using this Document ..........................................................7
2.0
2.1
2.2
2.3
2.4
2.5
2.6
General Installation............................................................9
Installation Considerations........................................................ 9
General Specifications .............................................................. 9
Installation Procedure ............................................................. 10
Site Testing (RFSS Mode) ...................................................... 11
Defaulting a wLSN Device (Undiscovered State) .................... 18
Battery Requirements ............................................................. 19
3.0
wLSN Installation Tool ...........................................21
4.0
4.1
4.2
wLSN Hub ...........................................................23
wLSN Hub Switches ............................................................... 24
wLSN Hub LED....................................................................... 25
5.0
5.1
5.2
wLSN PIR and Dual Motion Detectors ..............26
Sensitivity Settings.................................................................. 26
Walk Testing........................................................................... 28
6.0
6.1
wLSN Door-Window Contact ...................................30
Supported Wiring Configurations ............................................ 31
7.0
wLSN Recessed Door-Window Contact ..............33
8.0
wLSN Mini Door-Window Contact...........................35
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9.0
9.1
9.2
wLSN Inertia Detector .............................................36
Sensitivity Settings.................................................................. 37
Test Mode............................................................................... 38
10.0
10.1
10.2
wLSN Key Fob........................................................39
Key Fob Buttons ..................................................................... 40
LED......................................................................................... 40
11.0
wLSN Relay Module...............................................41
12.0
wLSN Siren (Indoor) ...............................................42
13.0
13.1
13.2
13.3
13.4
13.5
13.6
13.7
wLSN Smoke Detector ......................................43
Battery Replacement .............................................................. 44
Smoke Test............................................................................. 44
Sensitivity Test........................................................................ 45
Test/Silence Button................................................................. 45
LED......................................................................................... 46
Cleaning the Detector and Replacing the Optical Chamber .... 46
Returning the Smoke Detector to an Undiscovered State ....... 48
14.0
14.1
14.2
14.3
14.4
14.5
wLSN Glassbreak Detector..................................50
Installation Considerations ...................................................... 52
Sensitivity Settings.................................................................. 53
Testing.................................................................................... 54
Low Battery Indication............................................................. 57
Wall Tamper Tab .................................................................... 57
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Figures
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Device Tamper Switches.................................................. 13
wLSN Installation Tool...................................................... 22
Switches........................................................................... 24
wLSN Hub LED ................................................................ 25
Decreasing and Increasing Microwave Range ................. 27
Walk Test ......................................................................... 28
Single 1 kΩ, 2.2 kΩ, or 3.65 kΩ EOL Resistor Option ...... 31
1.5 kΩ or 2.2 kΩ EOL Resistor and Tamper Option ......... 32
Zone-Doubled 1 kΩ or 2.2 kΩ EOL Resistor Option ......... 32
Recessed Door-Window Contact Tamper Switch ............. 34
Mini Door-Window Contact Tamper Switch ...................... 35
Sensor Adjustment ........................................................... 37
Wiring Route .................................................................... 37
Key Fob Buttons and LEDs .............................................. 39
wLSN Smoke Detector ..................................................... 44
Remove the Detector Cap ................................................ 46
Remove the Detector Cap ................................................ 47
Returning the Smoke Detector to Undiscovered Mode..... 49
Glassbreak Front Layout .................................................. 51
Glassbreak Sensitivity Switches ....................................... 53
13-332 Sound Sensor Tester ........................................... 54
Wall and Cover Tamper Switches .................................... 57
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wLSN | Reference Guide | Tables
Tables
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wLSN Products and Instructions......................................... 8
General Specifications........................................................ 9
LED Flash Patterns in RFSS Mode .................................. 13
Interpreting Mode 2 Display.............................................. 16
Battery Requirements....................................................... 20
Installation Tool Specifications ......................................... 21
wLSN Installation Tool LED Status ................................... 21
wLSN Hub Specifications ................................................. 23
wLSN Hub LED Displays .................................................. 25
wLSN PIR and Dual Motion Detectors Specifications ....... 26
Walk Test LED Indications................................................ 29
wLSN Door-Window Contact Specifications ..................... 30
Recessed DW Contact Specifications and Required Tools33
wLSN Mini DW Contact Specifications ............................. 35
Inertia Detector Specifications .......................................... 36
wLSN Key Fob Specifications........................................... 40
Relay Module Specifications............................................. 41
Siren Specifications .......................................................... 42
Smoke Detector Specifications......................................... 43
Smoke Detector Sensitivity Conditions ............................. 45
LED Status ....................................................................... 46
Glassbreak Detector Specifications .................................. 50
Glassbreak Sensitivity Settings ........................................ 53
Icons and Symbols ........................................................... 59
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wLSN | Reference Guide | 1.0 Using this Document
1.0 Using this Document
This document contains the basic information that a trained
installer needs to install the wireless Local SecurityNetwork
(wLSN). It supplements the documents listed in Table 1 on page 8.
This reference guide contains:
• A description of the wLSN general installation procedure
(Section 2.0 General Installation on page 9).
• Device-specific installation procedures (Sections 3.0 through
14.0 starting on page 21).
• A description of the icons used in the wLSN documentation
(Appendix on page 59).
Use this document along with the control panel’s documentation
and each device’s installation instructions to complete the
installation process.
When you see the following logo in the wLSN installation
instructions listed in Table 1 on page 8, refer to the
appropriate section in this document.
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Table 1:
wLSN Products and Instructions
Product
Document
Part Number
ISW-BIT1-HAX
ISW-BIT1-HBX
ISW-BIT1-HCX
ISW-BHB1-WXA
ISW-BHB1-WXB
ISW-BHB1-WXC
ISW-BPR1-W13PX
wLSN Installation Tool Installation
Instructions
F01U008748
wLSN Hub Installation Instructions
F01U500915
wLSN PIR Motion Detector
Installation Instructions
wLSN Dual Motion Detector
Installation Instructions
F01U500908
wLSN Door-Window Contact
Installation Instructions
wLSN Recessed Door-Window
Contact Installation Instructions
wLSN Mini Door-Window Contact
Installation Instructions
wLSN Inertia Detector Installation
Instructions
wLSN Key Fob Installation
Instructions
wLSN Relay Module Installation
Instructions
wLSN Siren Installation
Instructions
wLSN Smoke Detector Installation
Instructions
wLSN Glassbreak Installation
Instructions
Easy Series Installer Guide
F01U500909
ISW-BDL1-W11PGX
ISW-BDL1-W11PHX
ISW-BDL1-W11PKX
ISW-BMC1-S135X
ISW-BMC1-R135X
ISW-BMC1-M82X
ISW-BIN1-S135X
ISW-BKF1-H5X
ISW-BRL1-WX
ISW-BSR1-WX
ISW-BSM1-SX
ISW-BGB1-SAX
ICP-EZM2
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F01U500901
F01U011878
F01U011876
F01U011980
F01U001565
F01U009264
F01U009265
F01U012075
F01U027173
F01U025147
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wLSN | Reference Guide | 2.0 General Installation
2.0 General Installation
2.1
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Installation Considerations
wLSN devices are intended only for indoor, dry applications.
Mount wLSN devices on flat, rigid surfaces. Some devices can
be optionally corner mounted as indicated in the installation
instructions.
Avoid mounting wLSN devices in areas with large metallic
objects, electrical panels (for example: control panel or fuse
box) or electric motors. They might reduce the radio-frequency
(RF) range of a wLSN device.
Avoid installing the devices where excessive humidity or
moisture, or temperatures outside of the acceptable operating
range exist.
Wire all devices according to their specifications.
wLSN devices use batteries of varying types. When installing
batteries, observe safety and polarity recommendations as
indicated in the documentation for those products. Refer also
to Section 2.6 Battery Requirements on page 19.
2.2
General Specifications
Table 2:
General Specifications
Humidity range
Frequency band
0% to 95%
868 to 869 MHz European Security Band
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2.3
Installation Procedure
When installing a wLSN Network, you must plan your installation
based on the control panel and wLSN specifications, and the
radio-frequency signal strength (RFSS) between remote devices
and the wLSN Hub.
The wLSN installation procedure consists of two parts:
1. Site testing for radio-frequency signal strength (RFSS)
between remote devices and the wLSN Hub.
2. Mounting all wLSN devices.
Refer to the control panel’s documentation for detailed
instructions on wLSN programming and device set up.
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2.4
Site Testing (RFSS Mode)
Before permanently installing any wLSN device, verify that
the radio-frequency signal strength (RFSS) between the
planned device location and the planned wLSN Hub
location is acceptable.
CAUTION: If you have wireless devices that you will not
immediately install, reinsert the battery tabs or remove the
batteries to prevent battery depletion.
There are two ways to verify that devices can communicate with
the wLSN Hub:
• Use the wLSN Hub with the remote device operating in RFSS
mode
• Use the wLSN Hub with the Installation Tool
2.4.1
Preparing the wLSN Hub for Site Testing and RFSS Mode
If the hub is already part of a system, note the original
switch settings on the wLSN Hub before setting the
switches for RFSS mode.
1. Rotate the enclosure locking mechanism on the wLSN Hub to
the unlocked position and remove it from the base.
2. Set Switch S1 to 9 and Switch S2 to 2 to enable RFSS mode.
This disables normal operation.
Refer to Section 4.1 wLSN Hub Switches on page 24 for more
information on switch settings.
3. Set Switch S3 to a value of 0 to 4, based upon the RF power
level or EN50131 security grade you wish to use:
- 0= Maximum power
- 1= 3 dB lower than maximum (Security Grade 1)
- 2= 6 dB lower than maximum (Security Grade 2)
- 3= 9 dB lower than maximum (Security Grade 3)
- 4= 12 dB lower than maximum (Security Grade 4)
Refer to individual device’s specification for their EN50131
classification.
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You must test the devices at the same EN50131 Security
Grade at which the control panel discovers the devices.
4. Find a suitable location for the hub base and apply power by
either connecting it to the control panel (refer to the control
panel’s installation instructions), or temporarily connecting a
9 VDC to 12 VDC battery.
5. Insert the wLSN Hub back into the base. Rotate the
enclosure locking mechanism to the locked position.
6. Proceed to the appropriate procedure:
- Section 2.4.2 RFSS Testing Between wLSN Hub and
Device
- Section 2.4.3 RFSS Testing Between wLSN Hub and
Installation Tool on page 14
You must use the Installation Tool with the wLSN Smoke
Detector. You cannot determine RFSS with the detector
itself.
2.4.2 RFSS Testing Between wLSN Hub and Device
1. Take the device being tested to its planned mounting
location.
2. Remove and re-insert the batteries of the device, then
quickly press and release the tamper switch button (refer to
Figure 1 on page 13) four times to enter RFSS mode.
You must enter RFSS mode within 10 sec of re-inserting
the batteries.
When RFSS mode is enabled, the LED lights steadily for 5 sec,
then flashes.
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Figure 1:
Device Tamper Switches
2
1
1- Button style tamper switch
2- Lever style tamper switch
3. Hold the device at the planned mounting location.
4. Determine if the RF signal strength is acceptable by
observing the device’s LED flash pattern (Table 3). The flash
pattern appears for 10 min.
Table 3:
LED Flash Patterns in RFSS Mode
LED Flash Pattern
Flashes at 1 sec intervals
Flashes rapidly (0.2 sec interval)
Signal Strength
No packets received or unacceptable
signal strength condition.
Acceptable signal strength
If the RFSS is unacceptable, reposition the device until an
acceptable location is found. If necessary, reposition the
wLSN Hub.
5. Repeat this procedure for each device you are testing. When
you finish testing the devices, return the wLSN Hub’s
switches to their original position.
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Reset the wLSN Hub’s DIP switches to their original
settings to exit RFSS mode. Refer to Section 2.4.1
Preparing the wLSN Hub for Site Testing and RFSS Mode
on page 11.
To cause a device to exit RFSS mode, remove the
device's batteries and re-insert them. Devices
automatically exit RFSS mode after 10 min of inactivity.
2.4.3
RFSS Testing Between wLSN Hub and Installation Tool
You must test the devices at the same EN50131 Security
Grade at which the control panel discovers the devices.
The LCD Display is 2 lines by 16 characters. The LCD display
flashes and beeps the sounder every 4 sec with each information
update.
1. Take the Installation Tool to the device’s planned mounting
location.
2. Press any key on the Installation Tool to awaken it.
W L
S N
V
.
x
x
I
N S
T
A
L
T
O O L
x
3. Press and hold the [*] and [#] key together to enter RFSS
mode. The LCD display shows:
To select a mode, press its numerical key, for example, press
[2] for Mode 2.
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4. Hold the Installation Tool at the device’s planned mounting
location.
Use Mode 1 to determine if the signal strength is acceptable
or not. Modes 2 and 3 help you determine how acceptable
the signal strength is. Use Modes 2 and 3 to place the wLSN
Hub and device in the best signal strength locations.
Refer to Mode 1, Mode 2 (page 16), and Mode 3 (page 17) for
more information on acceptable signal strength levels.
If the RFSS is unacceptable, reposition either the wLSN
Hub or the Installation Tool until an acceptable location is
found.
5. Repeat this procedure for each device’s location you are
testing. When you finish testing locations, return the wLSN
Hub’s switches to their original position.
The Installation Tool automatically exits RFSS Mode 30
min after the last key press. You can also press and hold
the [*] and [#] keys together to exit RFSS Mode. The
Installation Tool powers down from the main menu 30 sec
after the last key press.
Mode 1
Select Mode 1 by pressing [1]. If the RFSS is acceptable the LCD
shows:
If the RFSS is unacceptable the LCD shows:
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Mode 2
Select Mode 2 by pressing [2].
The Mode 2 display shows power bars on the left and PACKETS =
X on the right. The bars indicate the signal strength. More solid
bars indicate a stronger signal. The Installation Tool shows the
number of packets received: 1, 2, or 3. The best location for
placing the device is the one that shows the highest number of
solid bars with the highest number of packets. Five bars and
PACKETS = 3 indicates the strongest signal, which identifies the
best location.
Table 4:
Interpreting Mode 2 Display
Power Bars
0
1
Signal to Noise Ratio
< 9 dB
9 dB
Packets
≤2
≥2
2
3
4
5
13 dB
16 dB
20 dB
22 dB
≥2
≥2
≥2
≥2
16
Signal Strength
Unacceptable
Marginal
(not recommended)
Acceptable
Good
Very good
Excellent
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Mode 3
Select Mode 3 by pressing [3].
M
O
D
E
S
N
R
y
3
y
:
S
x
x
x
d
B
m
N
x
x
x
d
B
m
The Mode 3 display shows the signal to noise ratio (SNR) at the
location you are testing. Signal refers to the signal strength of the
incoming message from the wLSN Hub to the Installation Tool.
Noise refers to the ambient noise level that exists at the location.
The signal must be greater than the noise (S>N). The higher the
SNR is, the stronger the location’s signal is at that location. Refer
to Table 4.
In the Mode 3 display “SNR yy” refers to the signal to
noise ratio in dB and “x” is the RFSS value in dBm.
Dashes, appearing on both the S and N lines, indicate
unacceptable signal strength.
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2.5
Defaulting a wLSN Device (Undiscovered State)
Discovery is the process through which the wLSN Hub identifies
and includes new devices into a system. Only undiscovered
devices can be placed in RFSS mode. To ensure a device is
undiscovered:
1. Remove the batteries.
2. Press and hold the tamper switch button.
Refer to Figure 1 on page 13.
3. Reinsert the batteries while holding the tamper switch
button.
The device’s LED turns on.
4. Release the tamper switch button within five sec after the
device’s LED turns on.
The device’s LED briefly turns off and then on, indicating that
the device was returned to an undiscovered state.
This process does not work for the wLSN Smoke Detector.
Refer to Section 13.7 Returning the Smoke Detector to an
Undiscovered State on page 48.
If the wall tamper tab is removed on the Glassbreak
Detector, refer to Section 14.5.2 Returning the Glassbreak
Detector to an Undiscovered State on page 58 to enter
RFSS Mode or return the Glassbreak Detector to an
undiscovered state.
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2.6
Battery Requirements
Dispose of used batteries according to manufacturer’s
instructions.
When you insert batteries into a wireless device, the LED turns on
for approximately five sec to indicate that battery strength is
sufficient. If the LED does not turn on, replace the batteries.
On the Recessed Door-Window Contact (ISW-BMC1R135X), the LED is on the internal printed circuit board.
Refer to Figure 10 on page 34 for the location of this LED.
On the Inertia Detector (ISW-BIN1-S135X), the LED turns
on for 0.5 sec to indicate sufficient battery strength.
On the Glassbreak Detector (ISW-BGB1-SAX), the Alarm
and Event LEDs turn on for approximately 0.5 sec. The
RFSS Mode LED turns on for approximately 5 sec. Refer
to Figure 19 on page 51 for the location of these LEDs.
For the wLSN Smoke Detector, refer to Section 13.1 Battery
Replacement on page 44 for more information.
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Refer to Table 5 for the battery requirements for each wLSN
device.
Table 5:
Battery Requirements
1.2 V
Quantity
(Cells)
3
Alkaline
1.5 V
4
AA
Alkaline
1.5 V
6
AA
Alkaline
1.5 V
2
CR2
Lithium
3V
1
CR2
Lithium
3V
1
AA
CR 2032 (coin cell)
AA
AA
CR123
Alkaline
Lithium
Alkaline
Alkaline
Lithium
1.5 V
3V
1.5 V
1.5 V
3V
2
2
4
4
2
AA
Alkaline
1.5 V
2
wLSN Device
Installation
Tool
Battery Size
AAA
Hub
PIR Motion
Detector
Dual Motion
Detector
Door-Window
Contact
Recessed
Door-Window
Contact
Mini DoorWindow
Contact
Inertia Detector
Key Fob
Relay Module
Siren
Smoke
Detector
Glass Break
Detector
None
AA
20
Battery Type
NiMHRechargeable
Cell
Voltage
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wLSN | Reference Guide | 3.0 wLSN Installation Tool
3.0
wLSN Installation Tool
(ISW-BIT1-HAX, ISW-BIT1-HBX, ISW-BIT1-HCX)
Use the wLSN Installation Tool to determine the best locations for
wLSN device installation. Features include:
• The ability to communicate signal strength levels, noise levels,
signal-to-noise ratios, and packet success rates through an
LCD display.
• Two types of docking stations for charging the device:
- One can be placed on a table (cradle).
- The other can be mounted permanently on the wall.
Table 6:
Installation Tool Specifications
Power
Docked
EN50131-1
12 VDC nominal, 6 VDC to 14 VDC
(12 VDC plug-in power pack supplied)
Batteries
3 AAA NiMH rechargeable batteries that require
an initial charge of at least 7 hours of charging.
Operating Life: Up to 50 hours of continuous use
on a single charge.
Environmental Class II
The crescent-shaped LED indicates charging status when placed in
a docking station (Table 7).
Table 7:
wLSN Installation Tool LED Status
LED (Figure 2 on page 22)
On
Off
Flashing
Flashing power indicator
Status
Batteries fully charged
Installation Tool operation on battery only.
Batteries charging
Low battery (Figure 2 on page 22)
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Figure 2:
wLSN Installation Tool
1
BOSCH
2
1- Power Indicator
2- Charging Status LED
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4.0
wLSN Hub
(ISW-BHB1-WXA, ISW-BHB1-WXB, ISW-BHB1-WXC)
The wLSN Hub monitors and coordinates two-way communications
between the control panel and the detectors. Features include:
• Three switches, S1, S2 and S3, for configuring device
operation and enabling special diagnostic or installation modes
• An LED for visual device status
Table 8:
wLSN Hub Specifications
Wire Gauge
Power/Voltage
Wire Length
Current Draw
Wall and Cover
Tamper Switch
EN50131-1
0.14 (24 AWG) to 1.5 mm (18 AWG).
12 VDC nominal, 7 to 14 VDC
≤300 m (1000 ft)
maximum 60 mA
Transmits a tamper signal when the detector is
removed from its base or pulled away from the wall.
Security Grade 2, Environmental Class II
For more information on wire distance and the number of
devices, refer to the control panel’s documentation.
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4.1
wLSN Hub Switches
Use Switches S1, S2, and S3 located on the wLSN Hub’s inner
cover to configure the device’s operation or to enable special
diagnostic or installation modes.
Figure 3:
Switches
S1
S2
S3
5
5
5
0
0
0
Assign a different address to each option bus device.
wLSN Hub choices are S1=1 and S1=2.
Switch one (S1) configures the wLSN Hub’s address on the option
bus. To configure the switches for normal operation set S1 to 1 or
2. For programming information at the control panel, refer to the
control panel’s documentation. Set Switch 2 (S2) and Switch 3
(S3) to 0 (zero).
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4.2
wLSN Hub LED
The green LED shows the device’s status during power up, self
test, network configuration, and normal operation (Table 9).
Figure 4:
wLSN Hub LED
1
1 - LED
Table 9:
wLSN Hub LED Displays
Operation
Self Test and Hardware Failure
Standard Operation
Configuring Network
RFSS Mode (Refer to Section 2.4
Site Testing (RFSS Mode) on page
11 for more details)
LED (Device Status)
LED flashes twice per sec. This
indicates failure. The wLSN Hub
does not operate.
LED on
LED flashes once every 2 sec.
LED flashes once every 4 sec.
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wLSN | Reference Guide | 5.0 wLSN PIR and Dual Motion Detectors
5.0
wLSN PIR and Dual Motion
Detectors
(ISW-BPR1-W13PX, ISW-BDL1-W11PGX, ISW-BDL1-W11PHX,
ISW-BDL1-W11PKX)
The wLSN Passive Infrared (PIR) and Dual Motion Detectors
almost instantly respond to human targets. The PIR Motion
Detector uses an infrared sensor. The Dual Motion Detector uses
both PIR and microwave technology. Features include:
• Advanced signal processing
• Pet Friendly®
• Optional look-down zone
• A multipurpose LED for Walk Test, RFSS, and Discovery Modes
Table 10: wLSN PIR and Dual Motion Detectors Specifications
PIR Motion Detector
Power/Voltage
Dual Motion Detector
Power/Voltage
PIR and Dual Motion
Detectors Wall and
Cover Tamper Switch
EN50131-1
5.1
Four AA 1.5 V alkaline batteries
Six AA 1.5 V alkaline batteries
Transmits a tamper signal when the detector is
removed from its base or pulled away from the
wall.
Security Grade 2, Environmental Class II
Sensitivity Settings
Sensitivity settings are set at the control panel. Refer to the
control panel’s documentation for detailed information.
5.1.1
Standard Sensitivity
Use this setting when pets are present in the area to be
monitored. Standard sensitivity provides excellent detection
performance and is the least sensitive to false alarms.
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5.1.2
Intermediate Sensitivity
Only use this setting in non-pet installations where environmental
disturbances are minimal. Intermediate sensitivity provides the
highest level of detection performance.
5.1.3
Setting the Dual Motion Detector’s Microwave Range
Adjustment
The Dual Motion Detector’s microwave motion sensor is
factory adjusted to sense motion to at least 11 m (35 ft).
1. If the microwave coverage needs adjustment (red or yellow
LED does not light), increase or decrease the microwave
range as needed (Figure 5).
2. Repeat the Walk Test (Section 5.2 Walk Testing on page 28).
3. Repeat Steps 1 and 2 until the required coverage is met.
Figure 5:
Decreasing and Increasing Microwave Range
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+
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5.2
Walk Testing
To maximize battery life, the LED elements do not activate
unless the unit is in the Walk Test mode.
Perform a Walk Test to determine the boundaries of the coverage
area. Walk Test mode can be started from the:
• Control Panel: Enter the appropriate command sequence at
the control panel to start the Walk Test mode (refer to the
control panel’s documentation).
• Detector: Slide open and then close the detector cover to start
a 90-sec Walk Test mode. Walk Test mode is now active.
Motion detected within the detector’s coverage area activates the
red LED, sends a signal to the control panel, and restarts a 90-sec
timer. If there is no motion for 80 sec, the red LED flashes for the
last 10 sec to indicate Walk Test mode is ending. Motion detected
during the last 10 sec restarts Walk Test mode.
1. Start at the pattern’s expected boundary and walk across the
pattern moving closer to the detector at each pass while
observing the LED (Figure 6). Refer to Table 11 on page 29
for LED indications.
Figure 6:
Walk Test
During Walk Test mode for the wLSN Dual Motion
Detector, a motion alarm signal is sent to the control panel
only when the red LED flashes (Table 11). It is normal to
see a brief green or yellow flash before a red alarm
indication when walk testing the Dual Motion Detector.
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Table 11: Walk Test LED Indications
Detector
PIR
Dual
LED Color
Red – fast flash
Red – lights for 4 sec
Flashes Green to Yellow
to Red
Green – lights for 3 sec
Yellow – lights for 3 sec
Red – lights for 4 sec
Function
Power-up (Walk Test disabled)
Alarm, motion detected
Power-up (Walk Test disabled)
Motion detected by PIR
Motion detected by microwave (refer
to Section 5.1.3 Setting the Dual
Motion Detector’s Microwave Range
Adjustment for more detail)
Alarm, motion detected by both PIR
and microwave
2. Walk test from the opposite direction to determine the
coverage pattern boundaries from both sides.
3. When walk testing is complete:
- From the control panel, enter the appropriate
command sequence at the control panel to turn off
Walk Test mode.
- At the detector, the detector returns to normal
operation after 90 sec of inactivity.
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wLSN | Reference Guide | 6.0 wLSN Door-Window Contact
6.0
wLSN Door-Window Contact
(ISW-BMC1-S135X)
The wLSN Door-Window Contact is a magnetic reed switch and
wireless transceiver used for monitoring doors, windows, and
other dry contact devices. Features include:
• An internal reed switch for use with an external magnet
assembly
• A cover and wall tamper switch
• A supervised point for monitoring external devices
• An LED for RFSS and Discovery Modes
Table 12: wLSN Door-Window Contact Specifications
Maximum Distance
Between Sensor and
Magnet
Cover and Wall
Tamper Switch
Wire Gauge
Power/Voltage
Terminal Block
EN50131-1
30
≤12,7 mm (1/2 in.), the magnet can be placed on
either side. The base is marked to indicate the
magnet position.
Transmits a tamper signal when the cover is
removed from its base or the unit is pulled away from
the wall.
0.14 mm (22 AWG) to 1.5 mm (16 AWG)
Two AA batteries, 1.5 V alkaline
For connecting other dry contact devices such as
another magnetic reed switch.
Security Grade 2, Environmental Class II
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6.1
Supported Wiring Configurations
For all wiring options, refer to your control panel’s
documentation to identify the compatible end-of-line (EOL)
resistor options.
6.1.1
Single 1 kΩ, 2.2 kΩ, or 3.65 kΩ EOL Resistor Option
Refer to Figure 7. Use any number of normally-closed (NC)
contacts in series with the loop. Use any number of normally-open
(NO) contacts across the loop. This loop style can be used without
an EOL resistor to give a two-state loop when line supervision is
not required.
Figure 7:
Single 1 kΩ, 2.2 kΩ, or 3.65 kΩ EOL Resistor Option
1
2
1 - NO
2 - NC
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6.1.2
1.5 kΩ or 2.2 kΩ EOL Resistor and Tamper Option
Refer to Figure 8. Place up to five normally-closed contacts in
series with the 2.2 kΩ EOL resistor. Each contact has either a
1.5 kΩ or 2.2 kΩ resistor across it. No contacts can be used across
the loop. The zone recognizes that one or more of the contacts is
opened, but not which ones or how many.
Figure 8:
1.5 kΩ or 2.2 kΩ EOL Resistor and Tamper Option
1
2
3
4
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6.1.3
1.5 kΩ, or 2.2 kΩ
1.5 kΩ or 2.2 kΩ (optional, up to 4)
2.2 kΩ
NC tamper switch (optional)
Zone-Doubled 1 kΩ or 2.2 kΩ EOL Resistor and Tamper
Option
Refer to Figure 9. Only two normally-closed contacts can be used
in series with the 1 kΩ resistor across it. The other contact has a
2.2 kΩ resistor across it. The zone recognizes if one, both, or
neither contact(s) opened.
Figure 9:
Zone-Doubled 1 kΩ or 2.2 kΩ EOL Resistor Option
1
2
3
4
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32
1 kΩ, first zone
2.2 kΩ, second zone
1 kΩ
NC tamper switch (optional)
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7.0
wLSN Recessed Door-Window
Contact
(ISW-BMC1-R135X)
The wLSN Recessed Door-Window (DW) Contact is a wireless
transceiver used for monitoring doors and windows. Features
include:
• Recessed mounting
• An internal reed switch for use with an external magnet
assembly
• A cover tamper switch
• RFSS Mode and Discovery Mode LED
Table 13: Recessed DW Contact Specifications and Required Tools
Power/Voltage
Maximum Distance Between
Reed Switch and Magnet
Cover Tamper Switch
Drill Tools
Circuit Board Removal
EN50131-1
One CR2 lithium battery, 3 VDC
≤12,7 mm (1/2 in.)
Transmits a tamper signal when the cover is
removed.
Requires the use of a 19 mm (3/4 in.) drill bit
and 22 mm (7/8 in.) spade bit
Needle nose pliers are recommended
Security Grade 2, Environmental Class II
Mounting the wLSN Recessed DW Contact in a metal
door or window frame could degrade the RF signal
strength.
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Refer to Figure 10 for the location of the device’s tamper switch
and LED.
Figure 10: Recessed Door-Window Contact Tamper Switch
1
2
1 - Tamper switch
2 - RFSS Mode and Discovery Mode LED
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8.0
wLSN Mini Door-Window
Contact
(ISW-BMC1-M82X)
Similar to the wLSN Door-Window (DW) Contact, the wLSN Mini
Door-Window Contact is a wireless transceiver device used for
monitoring doors and windows.
Features include:
• Small size
• An internal reed switch for use with an external magnet
assembly
• A cover and wall tamper switch
• An LED for RFSS and Discovery Modes
Table 14: wLSN Mini DW Contact Specifications
Power/Voltage
Maximum Distance Between
Reed Switch and Magnet
Wall and Cover Tamper
Switch
EN50131-1
One CR2 lithium battery, 3 VDC
≤12,7 mm (1/2 in.)
The magnet can be placed on either side of
the detector.
Transmits a tamper signal when the contact
is removed from its base or pulled away from
the wall.
Security Grade 2, Environmental Class II
Refer to Figure 11 for the location of the device’s tamper switch.
Figure 11: Mini Door-Window Contact Tamper Switch
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wLSN | Reference Guide | 9.0 wLSN Inertia Detector
9.0
wLSN Inertia Detector
(ISW-BIN1-S135X)
The wLSN Inertia Detector is a vibration detector combined with a
wireless transceiver used for monitoring doors or windows.
Features include:
• An internal reed switch for use with an external magnet
assembly
• An inertia element for detecting shock
• A cover and wall tamper switch
• A multipurpose LED for Test, RFSS, and Discovery Modes
Table 15: Inertia Detector Specifications
Maximum Distance
Between Detector
and Magnet
Power/Voltage
Sensor Adjustment
Cover and Wall
Tamper Switch
EN50131-1
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≤12,7 mm (1/2 in.)
The magnet can be placed on either side of the
detector.
2 AA batteries, 1.5 V alkaline
Adjust the position of the sensor element, so the arrow
always points up by removing and replacing the
element to accommodate the possible placement
positions (Figure 12 on page 37).
Route the wiring from the sensor element so it does
not make contact with the tamper spring (Figure 13 on
page 37).
Transmits a tamper signal when the cover is removed
from its base or the unit is pulled away from the wall.
Security Grade 2, Environmental Class II
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Figure 12: Sensor Adjustment
Proper sensor element orientation is critical to the
operation of the device. The arrow, embossed on the body
of this sensor, must always point up.
Figure 13: Wiring Route
9.1
Sensitivity Settings
All sensitivity settings are programmed at the control panel (refer
to your control panel’s documentation for more information). The
sensor element has two settings:
• Gross Attack
• Minor Attack
Gross Attack is always enabled. The Minor Attack setting is very
sensitive and can be disabled.
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9.1.1
Gross Attack Sensitivity
The Gross Attack setting measures vibration activity for a specified
length of time. There are four settings:
• Low
• Low to Medium
• Medium to high
• High
The settings determine the length of time vibration activity is
measured.
9.1.2
Minor Attack
Programming at the control panel determines how many repetitive
taps (single vibrations) detected by the sensor indicate a minor
attack. The Minor Attack setting is either enabled or disabled. If it
is enabled, there are two settings:
• Four Taps
• Eight Taps
When a tap occurs, a 90-sec timer starts. If the tap count exceeds
the four or eight count threshold within 90 sec, an alarm is
transmitted.
A single tap such as a branch in the wind lightly brushing a
window can start the minor attack timer and tap count. To
avoid false alarms, do not use the Minor Attack setting
where there is potential for stray vibrations.
9.2
Test Mode
The unit is automatically in Test mode for the first 10 minutes after
power up.
The green LED flashes:
• Once to indicate initialization is complete and the unit is in
Test mode
• Twice to indicate a Minor Attack test
• Three times to indicate a Gross Attack test
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10.0
wLSN Key Fob
(ISW-BKF1-H5X)
The wLSN Key Fob is a two-way personal transmitter carried by
the user. Use it to remotely arm or disarm a security area. Features
include:
• Five buttons: Two buttons are for arming and disarming. Two
buttons can be programmed at the control panel to control
lights, garage doors, and so on. To operate the programmable
buttons, press and hold either button for at least one sec. The
fifth button operates a high intensity blue LED, suitable for use
as a flashlight.
• Two LEDs: One LED indicates status and the other is suitable
for use as a flashlight.
Figure 14: Key Fob Buttons and LEDs
2
1
3
4
5
12345-
High intensity LED
Status LED
Disarm button
Arm button
Programmable buttons
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Table 16: wLSN Key Fob Specifications
Power/Voltage
Gaskets
EN50131-1
Two CR2032 lithium batteries, 3 VDC
Interchangeable; for multiple users, different colors
available
Security Grade 2, Environmental Class II
10.1 Key Fob Buttons
Refer to your control panel’s documentation to program the
functions of the programmable buttons.
Pressing either the arm or disarm button causes the LED to flash
alternately red and green for about 15 sec. This indicates that
commands were sent to the control panel.
Pressing and holding both the arm and disarm buttons together
for 1 sec transmits a panic signal to the control panel.
10.2 LED
A flashing red LED during key fob inactivity is an indication to
replace the batteries.
For specific information regarding the various LED states, refer to
your control panel’s documentation.
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11.0
wLSN Relay Module
(ISW-BRL1-WX)
The wLSN Relay Module allows the control panel to switch outputs
of devices wirelessly. Features include:
• The ability to control external devices wirelessly through a
Form C relay
• The ability to synchronize the output of multiple wLSN devices
such as sirens
• A supervised point for monitoring external devices (refer to
Section 6.1 Supported Wiring Configurations on page 31)
• Secondary external power source option
• An LED for RFSS and Discovery Modes
Table 17: Relay Module Specifications
Wire Gauge
Power
External Power
Source (optional)
Terminal Blocks
0.14 mm (22 AWG) to 1.5 mm (14 AWG)
Four AA batteries, 1.5 V alkaline
12 VDC nominal, 6 VDC to 14 VDC
DC+ and DC –
PT + and PT –
(input)
NO, C, NC (output)
Relay Output
Cover and Wall
Tamper Switch
EN50131-1
External power source, 12 VDC
nominal, 6 VDC to 14 VDC
Input, supervised sensor loop
Relay output for control of
external devices.
2A at 30 VDC (resistive load)
Transmits a tamper signal when the cover is removed
from its base or the unit is pulled away from the wall.
Security Grade 2, Environmental Class II
The external power option is intended to be used as a
supplemental (secondary) source of power only. Do not
operate the Relay Module without the batteries.
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12.0
wLSN Siren (Indoor)
(ISW-BSR1-WX)
The wLSN Siren is a wireless sounding device. Features include:
• Ability for synchronous operation with all other wireless
outputs in the wLSN system
• An LED for RFSS and Discovery Modes
• Secondary external power source option
Table 18: Siren Specifications
Wire Gauge
Power
External Power
Source (optional)
Terminal Blocks
0.14 mm (22 AWG) to 1.5 mm (14 AWG).
Four AA batteries, 1.5 V alkaline
12 VDC nominal, 6 VDC to 14 VDC
Sounder
Cover and Wall
Tamper Switch
EN50131-1
85 dB at 3 m (10 ft)
Transmits a tamper signal when the siren is removed
from its base or the unit is pulled away from the wall.
Security Grade 2, Environmental Class II
DC+ and DC – (input)
External power source,
12 VDC nominal, 6 VDC
to 14 VDC
The external power option is intended to be used as a
supplemental (secondary) source of power only. Do not
operate the siren without the batteries.
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wLSN | Reference Guide | 13.0 wLSN Smoke Detector
13.0
wLSN Smoke Detector
(ISW-BSM1-SX)
The wLSN Smoke Detector features include:
• A visual status LED
• A built-in sounder for alarm alerts
Under normal conditions, the red LED flashes once every 8 sec
while the sensor monitors the surrounding environment. When the
sensor detects smoke, the LED changes from flashing to steady on
and the sounder produces a loud continuous tone. Refer to Table
21 on page 46.
Table 19: Smoke Detector Specifications
Replaceable optical
chamber
Power/Voltage
Sensitivity
Cover and Wall Tamper
Switch
Drift Compensation
Adjustment
Average Alarm Current
Sounder
Self-diagnostics Feature
For easy maintenance
Two lithium batteries; 3 VDC
0.14 ± 0.04 dB/m
Transmits a tamper signal when the detector is
removed from its base or the unit is pulled
away from the wall.
1.64%/m (0.5%/ft) maximum
70 mA
85 dBA at 3 m
Monitors detector sensitivity and operational
status.
EN14604
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Figure 15: wLSN Smoke Detector
1
12-
2
High intensity LED
Test/Silence Button
13.1 Battery Replacement
The LED normally flashes every 8 sec. Replace batteries when the
LED stops flashing and the sensor chirps every 45 sec.
The low battery trouble chirps can be silenced for 24 hours by
pushing the Test/Silence Button. Refer to Figure 15 on page 44 for
the location of the Test/Silence Button.
13.2 Smoke Test
Test smoke detectors annually using a listed aerosol smoke tester
to simulate an alarm. Follow the instructions on the can.
The LED should remain on while the detector provides a
continuous tone. The detector automatically resets when smoke is
no longer present. A detector that fails to activate with the Smoke
test might require cleaning or replacement.
To avoid a fire department dispatch, contact the central
monitoring station or put the system into Test mode before
activating the detector using this method.
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13.3 Sensitivity Test
Test mode is seen by the control panel as a test. It does
not send an alarm.
The detector includes a Sensitivity Level Test mode for
determining the detector’s sensitivity:
1. Press and hold the Test/Silence button for 4 sec. The LED
flashes 1 to 9 times.
2. Count the number of LED flashes and use Table 20 to
determine the status of the detector’s sensitivity and the
action to take.
Table 20: Smoke Detector Sensitivity Conditions
Flashes
1
2 to 3
4 to 7
8 to 9
Action Recommended
Self-diagnostics failure. Return device for service or replacement.
Device is becoming insensitive. Clean the detector and re-test. If
error persists, replace the detector.
Detector is within normal sensitivity range.
Device is becoming too sensitive. Confirm that the smoke
chamber is snapped down securely. Clean the sensor and re-test.
13.4 Test/Silence Button
Refer to Figure 15 on page 44.
• Testing: Press the Test/Silence button for 4 sec. The detector
performs a Sounder test and a Sensitivity test.
• Silence alarm: Press to silence the sounder during an alarm.
After a few minutes, the sounder and alarm resume if smoke is
still present.
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13.5 LED
Table 21: LED Status
LED
Flashing
On
Off
Status
Flashes every 8 sec under normal operation.
Detects smoke, sending an alarm
Malfunction, replace the batteries, clean the detector, or
replace the optical chamber as required.
13.6 Cleaning the Detector and Replacing the Optical
Chamber
Clean the detector cover with a dry or damp cloth as needed to
keep it free from dust and dirt. Clean the detector interior at least
yearly and replace the optical chamber as needed. Use only Bosch
ISW-BSM1-CHAMBR optical chambers for replacement.
To clean the detector:
1. Remove the detector from the mounting base.
2. Remove the batteries.
3. Slide a flat head screwdriver in the slot on the detector cap
and gently push down to pry the cap off (Figure 16).
Figure 16: Remove the Detector Cap
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4. Squeeze the optical chamber where indicated and pull it up
and away from the detector and discard (Figure 17).
Figure 17: Remove the Detector Cap
1
2
3
4
1234-
Smoke Chamber Base
Optical Chamber
Alignment Arrows
Detector Cap
5. Use compressed air or a soft-bristled brush to remove dust
and dirt from the smoke chamber base.
6. Align the new optical chamber with the base and snap down
into place.
7. To attach the detector cap line the cap up with the detector,
press the cap onto the detector, and turn clockwise to snap
it firmly into place.
8. Observing the proper polarity, install the batteries and the
battery cover. The detector does not fit onto the mounting
base properly if the batteries are not installed.
9. Mount the detector onto the mounting base.
10. Test the detector’s sensitivity.
Refer to Section 13.3 Sensitivity Test on page 45.
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13.7 Returning the Smoke Detector to an
Undiscovered State
To return the Smoke Detector to undiscovered mode
(Figure 18 on page 49):
1. Remove the detector from the mounting base.
2. Remove the batteries.
3. Remove the housing cover by inserting a flat head
screwdriver between the housing cover and the housing base
while separating the cover and base.
4. Turn the housing base over and locate the transmitter PCB
(printed circuit board).
5. Remove the jumper from the transmitter PCB and reinsert it
over both pins.
6. Reinsert the batteries. Do not close the housing base. The
product is now undiscovered.
7. Remove the jumper and return it to its original position.
8. Place the housing cover back on the housing base. Align the
sounder with the notch on the housing cover and push firmly
until the cover and base snap into place.
9. Close the battery case and mount the detector onto its
mounting base.
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Figure 18: Returning the Smoke Detector to Undiscovered
Mode
1
3
2
4
6
5
7
12345-
Detector
Base
Notch
Sounder
Battery Case
8
9
10
6 - Transmitter PCB
7 - Housing Cover
8 - Housing Base
9 - Jumper in normal operating position
10 - Jumper in Undiscovered mode reset
position
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wLSN | Reference Guide | 14.0 wLSN Glassbreak Detector
14.0
wLSN Glassbreak Detector
(ISW-BGB1-SAX)
The wLSN Glassbreak Detector is a wireless transmitter used for
detecting breaking glass. Features include:
• Monitored battery status
• Four sensitivity settings
Table 22: Glassbreak Detector Specifications
Power/Voltage
Cover and Wall
Tamper Switch
Accoustic
Capabilities
50
2 AA batteries, 1.5 V alkaline
Transmits a tamper signal when the detector is removed
from its base or the unit is pulled away from the wall.
Type
Thickness
Glass types and
thicknesses
0,24 cm to 0,95 cm
Plate
(0.1 in. to 0.4 in.)
0,32 cm to 0,95 cm
Tempered
(0.1 in. to 0.4 in.)
0,32 cm to 1,43 cm
Laminated*
(0.1 in. to 0.6 in.)
Wired
0,64 cm (0.25 in.)
* Protected only if both panes of
glass are broken.
28 cm x 28 cm
Minimum pane
size for all types
(11 in. x 11 in.)
of glass
Range
Maximum 7.6 m (25 ft)
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Figure 19: Glassbreak Front Layout
10
9
8
7
1
EVENT
2
6
3
5
12345678910 -
4
Service door tamper switch
AA batteries
Service door
SW4 Test Mode pads
SWS sensitivity DIP switches
Event LED
Alarm LED
LED enable switch (off position)
Housing screw
RFSS Mode LED (remove housing screw and cover piece)
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14.1 Installation Considerations
For the best detector performance, select a mounting location that
is:
• within 7.6 m (25 ft) of the protected glass.
• within clear view of the protected glass (there is no minimum
range).
• at least 2 m (6.5 ft) from the floor.
• at least 1 m (3 ft) from forced-air ducts.
• at least 1 m (3 ft) from sirens or bells greater than 5 cm (2 in.)
in diameter.
• on a window frame if any heavy window covering is present.
Avoid mounting the detector:
• in a corner.
• on the same wall as the protected glass.
• on free-standing posts or pillars.
• in rooms with noisy equipment such as air compressors, bells,
and power tools.
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14.2 Sensitivity Settings
1. If the front housing is attached, carefully open the service
door (Item 3, Figure 19).
2. Enable the LEDs for test purposes by sliding the LED
ENABLE switch (Item 8, Figure 19) in the direction the arrow
points (above the switch). An orange flag protrudes from the
side of the detector.
Figure 20: Glassbreak Sensitivity Switches
1
2
EVENT
12-
Test pads
Sensitivity switches
3. Determine the sensitivity setting for your application from
Table 23.
Table 23: Glassbreak Sensitivity Settings
Sensitivity
Maximum
Medium
Low
Lowest
SENS1
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
SENS2
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
Approximate Range
7,6 m (25 ft)
4,6 m (15 ft)
3 m (10 ft)
1,5 m (5 ft)
4. Use a small screwdriver to move the sensitivity switches. Use
the settings determined in Step 3.
5. Turn on any sources of noise (such as machinery, office, or
audio equipment) in the area.
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6. Observe the green event LED (Item 6, Figure 19 on page 51)
for approximately 1 min. If the green LED flashes, relocate
the unit or reduce the sensitivity by adjusting the sensitivity
switch.
7. Repeat Steps 3 through 6 until you achieve the best
sensitivity level.
8. After setting the sensitivity, slide the LED enable switch
(Item 8, Figure 19 on page 51) to the OFF position.
14.3 Testing
Test the detector at least once each year. Test the detector with
the 13-332 Sound Sensor Tester.
Figure 21: 13-332 Sound Sensor Tester
ACTIVATE
TEST
1
FLEX
2
MAN
3
13-332
123-
54
Activate/Test switch
Start button
Flex/Man switch
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14.3.1 Entering Test Mode
Place the detector in Test Mode. In Test Mode, the detector’s LED
disable switch (Item 8, Figure 19 on page 51) is overridden. You
can enter the Test Mode locally or remotely.
To enter the Test Mode locally:
1. Carefully open the service door of the detector.
2. Insert a screwdriver into the slot next to the sensitivity
switches that contains the test pads (Item 1, Figure 20 on
page 53).
3. Touch both test pads at the same time with the tip of the
screwdriver.
The Event LED (green) (Item 6, Figure 19 on page 51) flashes
once per sec. If the green LED does not flash, repeat Steps 2
and 3.
The 13-332 Sound Sensor Tester produces extremely
loud sounds and can be hazardous to hearing when used
at close range. Do not point the 13-332 towards
someone’s head.
To enter the Test Mode remotely:
1. Stand within 3 m (10 ft) of the detector.
2. Move the switches on top of the 13-332 Tester to ACTIVATE
and to MAN modes (Items 1 and 3, Figure 21 on page 54).
3. Point the front of the tester towards the detector and press
the red Start button on top (Item 2, Figure 21 on page 54).
The tester buzzes and the green LED on the detector flashes once
per sec. If the green LED does not flash, move closer to the
detector and repeat the procedure.
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14.3.2 Testing the Detector (Flex and Audio Signals)
1. Set the 13-332 Tester switches to the TEST and FLEX
positions (Items 1 and 3, Figure 21 on page 54).
2. Press the red Start button (Item 2, Figure 21 on page 54).
The tester activates and starts an eight-sec armed period.
3. If window coverings are present, close them fully.
4. Hold the 13-332 Tester near the point on the glass farthest
from the detector. If window coverings are present, hold the
tester between the glass and window coverings.
5. Carefully strike the glass with a cushioned tool. The 13-332
Tester responds by producing a burst of glass break audio.
If the detector receives both the flex and audio signals properly,
its red Alarm LED lights for 3 sec.
If the red LED does not light, return to Section 2.4 Site Testing
(RFSS Mode) on page 11 to reposition the detector.
14.3.3 Exiting Test Mode
To exit the Test Mode locally:
1. Carefully open the service door of the detector.
2. Insert a screwdriver into the slot next to the sensitivity
switches that contains the test pads (Item 1, Figure 20 on
page 53).
3. Touch both test pads at the same time with the tip of the
screwdriver.
When the detector exits Test Mode, the green Event LED
(Item 6, Figure 19 on page 51) stops flashing. If the Event LED
continues to flash, repeat Steps 2 and 3.
To exit the Test Mode remotely:
1. Stand within 3 m (10 ft) of the detector.
2. Move the switches on top of the 13-332 Tester to ACTIVATE
and to MAN modes (Items 1 and 3, Figure 21 on page 54).
3. Point the front of the tester towards the detector and press
the red Start button on top (Item 2, Figure 21 on page 54).
The tester buzzes.
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14.4 Low Battery Indication
The detector indicates a low battery condition in two ways:
• If the LEDs are enabled, both flash simultaneously every sec.
• A battery status indication is sent to the control panel.
The LED flashing and a low battery indication at the control panel
are independent of each other and do not necessarily occur at the
same time. Receiving either condition indicates a low battery.
14.5 Wall Tamper Tab
14.5.1 Entering RFSS Mode
To enter RFSS Mode if the wall tamper tab is removed:
1. Take the detector to its planned mounting location.
2. Remove and reinsert the batteries.
3. Press and hold the wall tamper switch. Refer to Figure 22.
4. Quickly press and release the cover tamper switch four times
within 10 sec of reinserting the batteries. Refer to Figure 22.
The detector enters RFSS Mode.
Figure 22: Wall and Cover Tamper Switches
1
ID:000000000
RF1100E
+
12-
2
-
Wall tamper switch (back of detector)
Cover tamper switch (inside of detector)
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14.5.2 Returning the Glassbreak Detector to an Undiscovered
State
If the wall tamper tab is removed and you must return the detector
to an undiscovered state:
1. Remove the batteries from the detector.
2. Place the detector on a flat surface to depress the wall
tamper switch. Refer to Figure 22 on page 57.
3. Press and hold the cover tamper switch.
Refer to Figure 22 on page 57.
4. While both tamper switches are depressed, reinsert the
batteries.
The RFSS Mode LED turns on.
Refer to Figure 19 on page 51 for the location of the RFSS
Mode LED.
5. Release the cover tamper switch within five sec after the
RFSS Mode LED turns on.
The detector returns to an undiscovered state.
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Appendix: Icons and Symbols
Table 24: Icons and Symbols
Icon or Symbol
Meaning
Not Pet Friendly®
Pet Friendly (appropriate weights below graphic)
≥45 kg (100 lb)
Point away from rotating machines.
Point away from objects that rapidly change temperature.
Do not mount in sunlight.
Do not point toward window.
Do not mount outside.
Device has a wall or cover tamper.
Not pet friendly when lookdown zone is enabled.
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