User Manual - DAZA Opticare

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Wireless Inactivitysensor
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User Manual
General:
This wireless inactivity sensor alarms when no movement is detected during the
specified time. The sensor has a build in 3rd party transmitter which can directly
communicate with your carephone / nurse call system.
Figuur 1: Inactivity sensor
Installation and use:
Choose a strategic place in a romm where there is regular movement, for example a
living room, kitchen or bathroom. Make sure that the sensor is placed safely where it
can cause no harm to the inhabitant, for example underneath a chair or table. The
sensor has a 90 degrees field of view over a distance of approximate 5 meter. Make
sure that no objects are in front of the sensor that can block its view (figure 1). Make
sure that the sensor is switched on, using the on/off siwtch on the back.
Figuur 2: Sensor Placement
Inactivity timings:
With the following settings, you can set the maximum time that no movement is allowed in the selected room. You can
choose between 6,9,12 and 15 hours.
Example:
Switch 1 is low and switch 2 is set to high. This corresponds to 12 hours. The integrated timer will count back from 12
hours to 0. With every movement the timer will be reset back to 12 hours and starts counting again. When the timer
reaches 0, an automatic alarm will be transmitted. The sensor can be switched off with the on/off button on the back of
the sensor.
6 hours (standard setting)
9 hours
12 hours
15 hours
Factory settings
Switch 3 to 8 should NEVER be changed!!
When changes are made, correct operation of the sensor can NOT be
guaranteed.
Daza Opticare BV follows a policy of continuous improvement in the development of its products. The technical data can therefore be changed without notice.
This product is classified as an electrical and electronic device. When you decide to discard this product, please ensure that this is done accordance with the European Directive on Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment
(WEEE) and compliant with local laws relating to this directive.
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Battery empty warning:
When the Optiscan battery is almost empty the LED behind the Optiscan lens blinks red
every 5 seconds
Battery replacement:
Only replace this with a 3.6 volt lithium cell of size 2/3 AA.
Correct operation can only be guaranteed when an original battery of the brand
Saft, type LS17330 is used (Daza part number 7083).
Remove the 4 screws on the rear of the Optiscan housing. Replace the battery in
accordance with Fig. 4. Please note: Plus (+) pole on the right side. After closing the
Optiscan the sensor will require some time to calibrate. This is shown by the frequently
illumination of the green LED behind the lens.
Figuur 3: Battery placement
NEVER TOUCH THE ELEMENT IN THE SENSOR!
Daza Opticare BV follows a policy of continuous improvement in the development of its products. The technical data can therefore be changed without notice.
This product is classified as an electrical and electronic device. When you decide to discard this product, please ensure that this is done accordance with the European Directive on Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment
(WEEE) and compliant with local laws relating to this directive.
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