SMA Edit Break Glass Manual (, 55 kB)

SMA Edit Break Glass Manual (, 55 kB)
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GBD-II
SHOCK & BREAKAGE
GLASS BREAK DETECTOR
The GBD-II is the ultimate answer for all those
tired of false alarms. It listens for sounds of
breaking glass, which produce two sequential
signals of different frequencies. The unique
phased frequency detection circuitry of this
detector allows detection of both shock signal
and the strong signal of glass breakage creating
a “false alarm free” glass break detector.
The detector does not need to be attached to
the window, providing volume protection, and
allowing you to protect several windows with one
detector.
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FIG. 1 - MOUNTING
FEATURES
INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
P/N 7101108
• Phased Frequency Detection system,
detects low frequency impact sound as well
as the glass breakage sound thereby
eliminating false alarms.
• Separate sound & shock adjustment.
• Memory function.
• Volume protection.
• Ceiling or wall mounting.
The detector offers flexible installation. It can be
either ceiling mounted or wall mounted as
shown in the figure above.
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Ver. D A.Y.
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MOUNTING LOCATION ( See FIG. 1 )
• If heavy blinds or curtains cover the glass,
you must locate the detector behind the
blinds on the window frame or above it,
otherwise the blinds may block the sound.
Make sure to test the unit thoroughly for
proper detection.
• Install the detector in a direct line of sight
with the protected glass.
• Do not mount the unit in front of air ducts, or
close to bells (measuring 0.5m (or larger) in
diameter).
• For a few protected glass panes in one
room, locate the detector at an optimal
distance from them to achieve the best
detection.
Note: for symmetrical cover of the detection
area, it is recommended to place the
detector on the ceiling.
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FIG. 3 - TERMINAL BLOCK
TERMINAL BLOCK CONNECTIONS
Terminal 1 - Marked - ( -12V )
Connect to the negative Voltage output or
ground of the control panel.
Terminal 2 - Marked + ( +12V )
Connect to the positive Voltage output of a 9-16
Vdc source (usually from the alarm control unit)
Terminals 3 & 4 - Marked TAMPER
If a Tamper function is required, connect these
terminals to a 24hour normally closed protective
zone in the control unit. If the front cover of the
detector is opened, an immediate alarm signal will
be sent to the control unit.
Terminals 5 & 6 - Marked RELAY
These are the output relay contacts of the detector.
Connect to the control at zone input.
MOUNTING THE DETECTOR ( FIG. 2 )
1. Use a small screwdriver to push the prong
on top of the case and open the case.
2. There is no need to remove the PCB
(Printed Circuit Board) from the case.
3. Insert the wires through the wiring hole (B).
4. Use the mounting holes (A) to mount the
detector.
5. Connect the wires to the terminal.(See
Terminal Connections)
6. Close the case.
FIG. 2 - THE BACK COVER
A
B
JUMPERS ( FIG. 4 )
• JP1 - Shock / Glass selector for detection
calibration.
• JP2 - Reduces the sensitivity of sound
detection by 50%.
• JP3 - Latch. See The Memory Function.
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THE CALIBRATION TOOL
TESTING THE DETECTOR
The Simulator/Tester & Calibration tool is
especially designed to check phased frequency
glass break detectors.
Since the detector will react to the high
frequency breakage sound only when it comes
sequentially after a low frequency SHOCK
sound, this device is necessary to check for
proper operation of the GBD-II without actually
breaking the glass.
First use the Simulator in manual mode to
simulate the noise of glass breaking. Check that
the yellow LED comes ON. If it does not light,
the sensitivity calibration is necessary (See
Sound Calibration).
Now use your hand or a padded object to
carefully strike the glass. If the green LED does
not light, adjust as necessary (See Shock
Calibration).
Now use the Simulator in automatic mode and
check that the red LED lights. If the red LED is
ON, your detector is working properly.
Otherwise try adjusting the sound and shock
setting until the red LED lights.
Manual mode:
In this mode, the Simulator will emit the high
frequency sound of breaking glass for "Glass"
adjustment.
Automatic mode:
In order to simulate breaking glass, place the
Simulator on the surface of the protected glass,
and gently hit it with your hand. The Simulator
will then emit the sound of breaking glass. Be
careful not to break the glass while testing the
detector.
∗ It is recommended to use the simulator
Avolution P/N: 05125
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GLASS BREAK ADJUSTMENT
SHOCK ADJUSTMENT
SENSITIVITY SETTING
To adjust the glass break setting
(increase/decrease sensitivity) place the jumper
JP1 below the ‘GLASS’ marking (connecting
the middle pin with the left pin) - (See Fig. 4)
Green LED is constantly ON.
Now you can adjust the sensitivity by rotating
the right potentiometer (marked as GLASS
CALIB. - see Fig. 4).
Operate the Sound Break Simulator and rotate
the potentiometer clock-wise to increase
sensitivity, and counter-clock-wise to decrease
sensitivity until the Yellow and Red LED’s are
illuminating for each glass break sound.
Remember that rotating the potentiometer will
have no effect upon the settings if the middle
pin of JP1 is not connected to the left pin.
To adjust the shock setting (increase/decrease
sensitivity) place the jumper JP1 below the
‘SHOCK’ marking (connecting the middle pin
with the right pin) - (See Fig. 4) Yellow LED is
constantly ON.
Now you can adjust the sensitivity by rotating
the left potentiometer (marked as SHOCK
CALIB. - see Fig. 4).
Hit gently on the protected glass and rotate the
potentiometer clock-wise to increase sensitivity,
and counter-clock-wise to decrease sensitivity
until the Green and Red LED’s are illuminating
for each hit.
Remember that rotating the potentiometer will
have no effect upon the settings if the middle
pin of JP1 is not connected to the right pin.
For some installations you may find that GBD-II
is too sensitive. Use JUMPER JP2 to decrease
sensitivity to 50%.
Note
• When the jumper is set for GLASS
adjustment, only the high frequency sound of
breaking glass is detected.
Note
• When the jumper is set for SHOCK
adjustment, only the low frequency of the
shock signal prior to glass breakage is
detected.
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THE MEMORY FUNCTION
FINAL TESTING
•
Make sure to disconnect the jumper at JP1.
When the jumper is disconnected, the
detector will detect both shock and sound
frequencies.
• To ensure maximum protection against
false alarms, activate any device in the area
which might automatically cycle pumps,
generators, heating/air conditioning units,
etc. If the cycling devices trigger an alarm,
mount the unit in a different location.
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WIRE SIZE REQUIREMENTS
FIG. 4 - PCB Layout
Use #22 AWG (0.5mm) or wires with a larger
diameter. Use the following table to determine
required wire gauge (diameter) and length of
wire between the detector and the control panel.
MICROPHONE
JUMPER JP1
In case of an alarm, the red LED will stay ON
until until memory function is reset.
To reset the memory function, switch off (disconnect)
SHOCK
ADJ.
GAIN
A 50%
GLASS
CALIB.
SOUND
ADJ.
SHOCK
CALIB.
the voltage wire (+12V) from the TERMINAL
BLOCK (See Fig. 4) for minimum 15 seconds
then switch on (reconnect) voltage wire (+12V).
(The control panel ON/OFF may be used for
this application if it controls the voltage (+12V)
input to the detector.
JP2 CONNECTED - 50% sensitivity
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The alarm memory function allows the identification
of an alerting detector when multiple detectors are
connected to one (or the same) zone of the control
panel.
To enable this function, Set on jumper JP3
(connected on both pins - See Fig. 4)
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JP2 OPEN - 100% sensitivity
JUMPER
JP2
JP2
LATCH
JP1
JP3
Wire Length
m 200 300 400 800
Wire Diameter mm .5
.75
1.0 1.5
Wire Length
ft 800 1200 2000 3400
Wire Gauge
#
22
20
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16
JUMPER
JP3
RED LED
ALARM
RELAY
-
+
TAMP
RELAY
12Vdc
GREEN LED
SHOCK
YELLOW LED
GLASS
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TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
Power Input
Current Consumption
9 - 16 Vdc
Standby: 22mA at 12Vdc
Active: 25mA at 12Vdc
Detection Range
10m (33ft), Adjustable
Dimensions
93mm x 55mm x 24mm
Mounting
Ceiling or Wall
Alarm Output Relay
N.C 50mA/24Vdc with
10 Ohm in line resistor
Tamper Switch
N.C 50mA 24Vdc with
10 Ohm in line resistor
Operating Temperature -20°C to 50°C
Range
(-4°F to 122°F)
Operating Humidity
95% max relative humidity
Range
non condensing
Storage Temperature
-30°C to 70°C
Range
(-22°F to 158°F)
Electro condenser
microphone
RFI Protection
30V/m 10 -1000MHz
EMI Protection
50,000V electrical
interference from lightning
CROW reserves the rights to change specifications
without prior notice
SMA Edit Break Glass Manual.doc
TERMINAL
BLOCK
TAMPER
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