pir1680 passive infrared sensor • installation instructions

PIR1680 PASSIVE INFRARED SENSOR
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INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
• Swivel bracket for ceiling or wall mounting above 12 ft. (SVL2)
SPECIFICATIONS
Coverage (l x w): 50' x 50' (15.2m x 15.2m) at 20°C (68°F),
typical. (with High Sensitivity Jumper “SEN”
installed)
30' x 35' (9.1m x 10.6m) at 20°C (68°F),
typical. (with Normal Sensitivity)
Operating Temperature: -10° to +50°C (14°F to 122°F)
Mounting: Wall or corner, 12' (3.6m) max.
Alarm Output: Normally-Closed Form-A Relay (Form C Option)
Contact Ratings: 100mA, 24VDC with internal 10 Ohm currentlimiting resistor
Trouble Output: Active Low Open Collector Transistor Drive
with 47 Ohm limiting resistor (100mA. Max.)
Output Time: Continuous for high or low temp. signaling,
Momentary (3 sec.) for self diagnostics failure
High Temperature Set Point: 90°F +/- 4°F
Low Temperature Set Point: 40°F +/- 4°
POWER-SUPPLY REQUIREMENTS
Note: This unit is intended for operation from a power source
that provides a 4 hour battery backup in the event of a power
failure.
Filtered Dc: 10.6 to 16Vdc nominal with battery backup from
control panel.
Current Drain: 28mA (idle or alarm) at 12VDC (nominal) 33mA
(idle or alarm) at 16VDC (nominal) 44mA (trouble condition) at
16VDC (nominal)
LOCATING THE DETECTOR & SELECTING A LENS
First, choose the type of coverage which will be best for the
particular area you need to protect.
Standard Wide-Angle Lens
Corner mounting with this lens is preferred as it provides the
best overall coverage. Choose a corner where the path of an
intruder will most likely cross beams, as opposed to walking
towards or away from them. This lens is intentionally made with
an 85 degree angle of view, to help prevent curtains on windows
from being in detection zones.
Sources of heat, such as radiators and space heaters, do not
usually pose a problem as long as hot air from them does not
blow directly onto the detector. One exception to this is overhead radiant heaters, these produce very high levels of infrared
energy and can heat the unit at some distance. Mount the unit
as far from these as possible. Do not mount the unit where the
sun can shine directly on it. Mount it away from the direction of
sunlight.
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PHYSICAL
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Dimensions: 3.3in x 2.5in x 1.9in (8.4cm x 6.4cm x 4.8cm) (HxWxD)
Shipping Weight: 5oz (142g)
FEATURES
• Advanced Microprocessor-based circuitry
• Utilizes Analog to Digital Signal Conversion
• Unique Passive Adaptive Algorithm optimizes detection
• Exclusive Detect & Compare Imaging Diagnostics D.C.I.D.
• True Room Temperature Measurement provides accurate sensitivity
6’
50’
LO O KD O W N
ZO N E
50’
(b ) S ID E V IE W
(a ) T O P V IE W
Standard Wide-Angle Lens (LENS109) Coverage Pattern
and Room-Temp Alert Features
• Selectable sensitivity
• 40 Element Stacked Array Lens eliminates detection hot spots
• Look Down/Creep Zones provides coverage beneath sensor
• Small Pet and Rodent Immunity (20 lbs. Max.)
• Active Self Testing, signals panel if unit fails internal diagnostics
• Dual Mode Multifunction Trouble Output (Temp Alert-Self Test)
• Low Temperature Alert for Heating System Monitoring (a Patented
Feature) signals panel if temperature drops below 40°F in the
premises
• High Temperature Alert for Cooling System Monitoring (a Patented
Feature) signals panel if temperature rises above 90°F in the
premises
• Power input filtering provides protection against transients
• Unique circuit design protects against false alarms due to radiofrequency interference
• Vertical and horizontal aiming capabilities
• Small size with ample wiring space
• Flat or Corner mountable to 12 Ft.
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Top View: Standard Wide Angle Lens
(LENS109) corner mounted
Napco Security Systems, Inc.
333 Bayview Avenue, Amityville, New York 11701
For Sales and Repairs, (800) 645-9445
For Technical Service, (800) 645-9440
WI884D 9/98
If you are protecting a typical room area which may include
small pets
Small Pet Avoidance
or rodents
(no larger
30 ft.
than 20
lbs. total
weight),
the factory
installed
7 ft.
min.
wide angle
avoid pet activity within 6 ft. of detector
lens can
be used. If
pet less than 20 lbs. only
pets will be
present
Side View: Standard Lens (LENS100) used for small pets locate the
detector as
high as possible (7 ft. minimum) and avoid placement that
would allow the pets to get within 6 ft. of the detector. It may be
necessary to mask a zone with the supplied material if a staircase is close to the detector and directly in a zone. It is also
possible to adjust beams laterally by sliding the lens and retainer horizontally within its stops.
Pet-Alley Lens (LENS817)
For larger pets use a Pet-Alley Lens (LENS817). This lens provides the same pattern and coverage as the standard WideAngle lens, but there are no lower zones. This creates an unprotected “Pet Alley” in which a larger pet can freely move
about. The
detector
Large Pet Avoidance
should be
50 ft.
mounted at
5 to 6 ft.
with the
board
mounting
5-6 ft.
height inpet undected
dex set to
6 ft.
removing the screw in the center of the board. Note: the screw
is attached to the circuit board and will not separate when
removed. Third, determine the wire entry points on the housing.
The housing provides four possible wire entry points, two for
surface wiring and two for hidden wiring. Determine which entry
is most convenient and punch out or remove the thin plastic
section. Fourth, mount the housing to the wall. There are three
mounting options to choose from depending on the desired
location: flat wall mounting, corner mounting or using the swivel
bracket (SVL2) for ceiling and wall mounting where it is advantageous to tilt or aim the unit along a wall. Note: using two units on
swivel brackets mounted side by side it is possible to cover
almost 180 degrees when mounted on a flat wall. If using the
swivel bracket refer to the instructions with the bracket. For wall
or corner mounting simply hold the case in the desired location
and using the supplied screws push through the appropriate thin
wall mounting screw holes and attach the unit with two or four
screws. Note: Do not over tighten the screws as this can distort
the case and compromise the air seal of the unit, because not all
walls are flat and all corners are square. Reinstall the circuit
board and proceed to wire the detector.
WIRING & TERMINAL DESCRIPTIONS
Refer to the wiring diagram and terminal descriptions, connect
the appropriate wire to the corresponding terminal. When you
have finished wiring the terminals seal the opening around the
wire entry hole and any other unused holes with the supplied
sealer.
Power(Terminals 1 [+] & 2 [-]): Connect 12 volts regulated or
unregulated power.
N.C. (Terminals 3 & 4) Normally closed alarm relay: Connect
to zone wiring, either detection of an intruder or loss of power will
cause relay to open.
TRBL (Terminal 5) Active low (open collector transistor) auxiliary output , can be configured to provide an activation on high
Side View: Pet-Alley Lens (LENS817) used for larger pets
Barrier
L e n s
(LENS818)
For hallways, aisles or corridors use the Barrier lens, sometimes
referred to as a curtain lens (LENS818), will provide the best
solution. This lens
stacks the elements
50 ft.
to form an efficient
and effective wall that
will detect anyone
crossing it while ignoring motion on either side of the detector. The detector has
Top View: Barrier Lens (LENS818) used for a maximum range of
50 ft. with this lens.
hallways
WIRE ENTRY
KNOCKOUT
TAMPER SWITCH
WALK TEST LED
LED
DISABLE
REMOVE JUMPER
TO DISABLE LED
HEIGHT LOCK SCREW
TEMPERATURE SENSOR
SELF-TEST HEATER
INFRARED SENSOR
MOUNTING HEIGHT SCALE
(ALIGN WITH INDEX IN CASE)
LOOK DOWN LENS
LT
HT
Long Range Lens (LENS840)
For longer range coverage the Long Range Lens (LENS840) will
provide up to 100 ft. of range with a single pair of
beams.Complete coverage pattern is included with the lens.
HT
LT
SE N
SEN
ST
ST
ENABLE TROUBLE OUTPUT
ON SELF-TEST FAILURE
ENABLE TROUBLE OUTPUT
ON HIGH TEMPERATURE
OFF FOR NORMAL SENSITIVITY
ON FOR HIGH SENSITIVITY
MOUNTING
First, use a screw driver to carefully lift the lens cover from the
housing. Second, remove the circuit board from the housing by
ENABLE TROUBLE OUTPUT
ON LOW TEMPERATURE
PIR1680 Circuit Board Detail
temperature, low temperature or self test failure. Using the
appropriate jumper settings this output can activate on any
combination of the the above items including all or none.
Tamper (Terminals 6 & 7): With lens cover in place, the
contacts are closed. When lens cover is removed, the contacts
are opened. Typically, these are wired to a 24 hour tamper
circuit.
4-Wire Connection to an EZ-Zone DoublingTM Control Panel using
One Zone for Alarm & Second Zone for Trouble
(Additional PIR1680)
T
NC C
- +
T
(Single PIR1680)
NC C
- +
(Control)
Zone +
(Alarm)
(E)
Zone +
(Trouble *)
Note: (E) & (Z) are EZ Zone Doubling
(Z)
TM
Resistors
* Program Zone for N/O operation (XP-400, XP-600, GEM-P400 & GEM-P800)
Also program 24 Hour Zone & Report on Alarm, if required.
Note: For clarity, power connections are not shown.
4-Wire Connection to EOL Control Panel using One Zone
for Alarm & Second Zone for Trouble
(Additional PIR1680)
T NC C
- +
T
(Single PIR1680)
NC C
- +
(Control)
Zone +
(Alarm)
EOL
Zone +
(Trouble *)
EOL
Zone (Trouble *)
* Program 24 Hour Zone & Report on Alarm, if required.
NOTE: Use only on panels with common negative (zone negative
common to aux. power negative).
(GEM-P3200, GEM-P9600, MA1000e, MA1008e & MA1016e)
Note: For clarity, power connections are not shown.
CONFIGURING THE PIR1680
Low Temperature Alarm for Heating System Monitoring (a
Patented Feature)
The PIR1680 has the ability to activate a Low Temperature
Output in the case of the ambient temperature falling below
40°F. This feature functions exactly the same as if you had
purchased a separate temperature switch.To enable this feature, connect a jumper across pins LT and wire the Trouble
Output (terminal 5) into the positive terminal of a zone programmed for 24 Hour protection. This output signal will remain
active for as long as the temperature remains below 40°F, when
the temperature rises several degrees above this the output will
reset .
High Temperature Alarm for Cooling System Monitoring (a
Patented Feature)
The PIR1680 has the ability to activate a High Temperature
Output in the case of the ambient temperature rises above 90°F.
This feature functions exactly the same as if you had purchased
a separate temperature switch. To enable this feature, connect
a jumper across pins HT and wire the Trouble Output (terminal
5) into the positive terminal of a zone programmed for 24 Hour
protection. This output signal will remain active for as long as the
temperature remains above 90°F,when the temperature falls
several degrees below this the output will reset .
Note: If the unit is in a high or low temperature condition, the
LED will glow dimly instead of being completely turned off , this
can be used to test the units temperature monitoring feature. If
it is desired to test the temperature monitoring feature, it will be
necessary to either trip the unit or wait several minutes for the
unit to measure the temperature, because the room temperature
is measured every 10 minutes or each time an alarm is tripped.
You will need freeze spray or a freezer to test low temperature or
to test high temperature a hairdryer will do. Heat or cool the
temperature sensor (refer to Circuit Board Detail), then trip the
unit, assuming it hasn’t done that already and let it settle and
observe the LED for a dim glow.
Self Test/Trouble Output
The PIR1680 will periodically test its circuitry to insure it is
operating in the manner for which it was designed. Self Test
failure will be indicated by the rapid blinking of the LED (do not
confuse it with the unit's warm up period, in which it will also
blink for approximately 60 seconds). To send a trouble output to
the control panel on self test failure, install a jumper connector
across pins ST and wire the Trouble Output (terminal 5) into the
positive terminal of a zone programmed for 24 Hour protection.
Note: This output is a 1 second momentary activation. This
makes it it possible to differentiate a temperature condition from
a self test failure on the same zone. A temperature signal will not
immediately be followed by a restore signal (the temperature
must rise several degrees first). However, because the selftest
failure activation is momentary the zone will report an open
followed by a restoral. Appropriate panel programming is required.
LED Disable Jumper
To prevent the walk test LED from turning on, remove the
jumper from the pins labeled LED DISABLE. Removing this
jumper will not affect the flashing of the LED on self test failure
or the dim glow during a high/low temperature condition.
Sensitivity Setting (SEN Jumper)
The unit is shipped with no jumper in this position. This is the
normal sensitivity mode and is recommended for most installations whose coverage area does not exceed 30’ x 35’. Coverage
out to 50’ x 50’ is possible in this mode, but the intruder will have
to cover a larger distance before detection. To have faster catch
performance this jumper must be installed. Note: Advanced
signal processing will be defeated in this high sensitivity mode.
DO NOT INSTALL THIS JUMPER IF PETS OR RODENTS ARE
PRESENT. If LENS818 (Barrier Lens) or LENS840 (Long Range
Lens) is used, it is recommended that the SEN jumper be
installed.
Vertical Aiming (refer to lens coverage pattern)
The height scale that is on the board is intended to make vertical
aiming quick and easy. If the board is set to the same number as
the height the unit is mounted at, the unit will be aimed for
maximum coverage. However, if the unit is used for less then the
maximum range, move the board up (towards 12 ft.) and walk
test the unit.
Note: If the wall upon which the unit is mounted is not vertical,
move the board up or down and walk test the unit. If using the
Long range or Barrier Lens, set the board to 12 feet on the
height scale as a starting point as aiming accuracy for long
range lenses can greatly affect performance.
Horizontal Aiming (refer to lens coverage pattern)
The lens may be moved left to right within its holder to help avoid
problem areas. However, the most effective solution for a possible problem area is to block the zone, by applying a piece
of lens foil (supplied) to the inside segment of the lens representing that zone.
Installations with Pets
The PIR1680 will provide good immunity to small pets in most
applications. The pet or pets should be small (less than 20 lbs.).
Several small cats are acceptable. If you have three or more
large ones, we recommend that the NAPCO C200AP dual
technology sensor be used. Mount the unit as high as possible.
If the unit is above a chair or other piece of furniture that the pet
may climb onto, mask the look down beam. Make certain the
sensitivity (SEN) jumper is off (normal sensitivity). If a stair case
is in the field of view and closer than 20 ft. from the unit, it may
be necessary to mask that beam.
REPLACING THE LENS
The lens is mounted behind a Lens Support insert that fits inside
the front cover. To install one of the accessory lenses, proceed
as follows:
1. Carefully lift the lens cover
from the housing.
2. While pushing the lens in at
the top, with fingers straddling
the LED jewel, press down at
the top of the Lens Support as
shown until the support clears
the three top retainers. Be careful not to dislodge the look
down-lens window.
2. Push the Lens Support up until it clears the three bottom
retainers and remove the assembly.
3. Slide out the lens.
4. Install the replacement lens with the grooved side in and the
with the lens not in the up side down position. All lenses are
marked with with the word top stamped on the border, this may
be difficult to see, so as a rule put the taller lens segments up.
5. Install the retainer assembly into the front cover. Slip the Lens
Support behind the lower retainers, then push in at the top until
the Lens Support snaps into place.
COMPLETING THE INSTALLATION
Allow at least three minutes for the unit to stabilize after applying power, during this time the unit will perform its own self diagnostics and set a baseline detection level. The LED will flash
rapidly for approximately 1 minute and not function until the unit
is ready. If the unit was installed after being kept in a hot or cold
vehicle allow the unit to operate with its cover in place for about
15 minutes. This will insure that the unit has measured the
proper room temperature. Walk test the unit to insure the desired coverage, making any board height adjustments that may
be necessary. Note: One common cause of short range is having the lens in up side down, always check this! During walk
test, the unit will go into a zone finding mode for 15 seconds
after each trip. This will cause the LED to light each time a
beam is entered. To view the normal detection pattern remain
motionless for at least 15 seconds between walk tests.
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