BA-BS2-WT Temperature Installation

BA-BS2-WT Temperature Installation
Installation and Operating Instructions
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The BAPI Wireless Temperature Transmitter measures the room temperature and transmits the data through 418MHz or
433 MHz RF to a receiver. The transmitter is mounted in a BAPI-Stat 2 style enclosure and has an open-air range of 100
feet.
The transmit rate is approximately once every 10 seconds with an estimated battery life of 5 to 8 years using two highcapacity 3.6V lithium batteries. Each transmitter has a unique address with built in error detection. Each variable sent by
the transmitter is picked up by the receiver and converted by a BAPI Analog Output Module to a voltage, current or
resistance signal which is sent to the controller. The unit can be set up to trigger an alarm on the controller when the
batteries need replacing.
Battery Polarity
Important
Transmitter
Training Button
Wireless Temperature Transmitter
#2 Philips Screwdriver, 1/8" Screwdriver with 1/16" Allen wrench (BA/116W), Drill
1. Place the base plate against the wall where you want to mount the sensor.
2. Using a pencil mark out the two mounting holes.
3. Drill two 3/16" holes in the center of each marked mounting hole. Insert a
drywall anchor into each hole.
4. Secure the base to the drywall anchors using the #6 x 1 inch mounting
screws provided.
5. Attach cover by latching it to the top of the base, rotating the cover down
and snapping it into place.
6. Secure the cover by backing out the lock-down screws using a 1/16" Allen
wrench until they are flush with the bottom of the cover.
Drywall Mounting
Specifications subject to change without notice.
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Building Automation Products Inc., 750 North Royal Avenue, Gays Mills WI 54631 USA
Tel. +1-608-735-4800 Fax +1-608-735-4804 E-mail:sales@bapihvac.com Web:www.bapihvac.com
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Installation and Operating Instructions
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1. Apply power to the receiver and output modules.
2. The power LED on the Receiver should light and remain lit. The powered analog output module's LED should
flash and go out. (The flash is very quick.)
5. Remove the cover of the transmitter and install the batteries, observe polarity. The small LED at the bottom right,
next to the Transmitter Training Button in Figure 1, should flash approximately once every 10 seconds. (The flash
is very quick.)
6. Pick a transmitter and an analog output module you want to train to recognize one another. Press and hold the
plastic service button on the top of the Output Module, at the same time press for one second and release the
button on the transmitter. When the LED on the output module lights, release its button (The LED will go out
when you release the button). The output module will now report the environmental conditions from the
transmitter trained to it. The output module's LED will quickly flash whenever it receives an update from the
transmitter.
7. Mount the transmitter at the desired location. If needed, remove the batteries to do so. The units will remain
trained to one another through power failures and battery replacement.
8. Replace the transmitter's cover and back out the security screws.
Temperature is reading its low limit
Temperature reading is coming out
the wrong output module
Temperature is reading incorrectly
Check wire from output modules to controller for proper connections and polarities.
Check to see if the controller's software is configured properly.
Check transmitter to see if its LED flashes about every 10 seconds. If not replace
the batteries.
Check power to the receiver and output module.
Check output modules LED, if it is blinking fast
Check the associated transmitter's batteries
Retrain the modules
Retrain the modules.
Check wire from output modules to controller for proper connections and polarities.
Check to see if the controller's software is configured properly.
Check to see if the correct output module is connected to the right controller.
Supply Power: BA/LI3620. Two 3.6V Lithium batteries, 5
to 8 year battery life at 10 second transmit rate
Inputs: Built in thermistor
Accuracy: ±0.2 °C
Transmitted Range: -40° to 85°C
Environmental Operation Range:
Temp: 0° to 60°C
Humidity: 5% to 95% RH non-condensing
Material: ABS Plastic
Material Rating: UL94 V-0
Radio Frequency: 418 MHz or 433MHz
Transmitter Interval: ~10 seconds
Antenna: Built inside the enclosure
FCC Approval: FCC ID# T4F16963N16964 (418MHz only)
Specifications subject to change without notice.
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Building Automation Products Inc., 750 North Royal Avenue, Gays Mills WI 54631 USA
Tel. +1-608-735-4800 Fax +1-608-735-4804 E-mail:sales@bapihvac.com Web:www.bapihvac.com
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