ADEMCO 5890 INSTALLATION AND SETUP GUIDE PASSIVE INFRARED MOTION DETECTOR/TRANSMITTER

ADEMCO 5890 INSTALLATION AND SETUP GUIDE PASSIVE INFRARED MOTION DETECTOR/TRANSMITTER
N5987V3 5/04 Rev. A
ADEMCO 5890
PASSIVE INFRARED MOTION
DETECTOR/TRANSMITTER
INSTALLATION AND SETUP GUIDE
GENERAL INFORMATION
The 5890 Passive Infrared Motion Detector/
Transmitter is a battery-operated wireless device
intended for use as part of a 5800 Series wireless
alarm system.
Designed for use in commercial and residential
installations, the 5890 is a wall-mounted unit with a
standard lens that provides wide-angle protection
up to a range of 40 feet (12m). For best coverage,
mount the detector so that the likely direction of
intruder motion is across the pattern.
Two optional interchangeable lenses are available
for this detector – the 199PA Pet Alley lens, and
the 199LR Long Range lens (see PROTECTION
PATTERNS FOR OPTIONAL LENSES on last
page).
This document provides installation instructions for
the 5890, but the installer must be familiar with the
Installation Instructions for the 5800 Wireless
Alarm System with which the 5890 is intended to
be used.
FEATURES
• Wireless operation for fast installation.
• Dual-element pyro-electric sensor provides
positive protection while minimizing false
alarms.
• Alternate-polarity pulse count option offers
greater stability in adverse environments.
• Provision to turn LED on while Walk Testing
(LED is turned off after testing).
• Tampered cover – unit transmits message if
cover is removed.
• Wall or corner mounting options.
• Optional Pet Alley and Long Range lenses
available.
In this mode, it requires at least two detected
changes in infrared energy within a short period
before an alarm will be triggered.
Important Note: If the detector is to be used in the
Pulse Count mode, be sure to Walk Test the unit in
this mode.
SPECIFICATIONS
Coverage:
Standard Lens: 40 ft x 56 ft (12m x 17m).
18 zones (9 long, 5 intermediate,
4 short range).
199LR Lens: 60 ft x 6 ft (18m x 1.8m).
5 zones (1 long, 2 intermediate,
2 short range).
199PA Lens: 40 ft x 60 ft (12m x 18m).
12 zones.
Pulse Count:
Installer-selectable On/Off link.
Detectable
Walk Rate:
0.5 – 5ft/Sec (0.15 – 1.5m/Sec).
Mtg. Height:
7 ft nominal (2.1m) but may be
mounted at other heights (see
Table 1).
Walk Test
Indicator:
Red LED with Test/Normal
(disable) link.
Batteries:
Two 3-volt Lithium batteries. Use
only ADEMCO No. 466, Duracell
DL123A, Panasonic CR123A,
Sanyo CR123A, or Varta CR123A.
0perating
Temperature: 32°F – 122°F (0°C – 50°C).
Operating
Humidity:
Up to 95% RH (max.), noncondensing.
Dimensions:
2-11/16"W x 5"H x 1-7/8"D
(68mm x 127mm x 48mm).
SYSTEM DESCRIPTION
Optical System: Uses efficiently designed Fresnel
lenses.
Radio Transmitter: The built-in transmitter serves
only as the communication link to the alarm
system's Receiver/Control, and can send alarm,
tamper, supervisory, and battery status messages
to the system's receiver/control. The transmitter is
not used for detection purposes. Each detector has
a unique ID code permanently assigned at the
factory. This ID needs to be "enrolled" by the
control system at the time of installation. This
allows each detector used in the system to be
uniquely identified. The control must be
programmed to "enroll" the 5890 as an "RF" type
unit (i.e., supervised RF).
To conserve battery life during normal operation,
no more than one transmission sequence will
occur within a 3-minute period. There is no such
time restriction in "test" mode.
Alternate Polarity Pulse Count: Two jumperselectable detection response modes are provided:
Instant response (Pulse Count OFF) and Alternate
Polarity Pulse Count (Pulse Count ON). With Pulse
Count OFF, any detected change in infrared
energy will trigger an immediate alarm signal. This
mode is recommended when the detector is used
to monitor a narrow hallway where coverage is
provided by only a single zone.
Use the Pulse Count ON mode when the detector
is installed in areas where periodic changes in
infrared energy levels are normal (for example,
where forced air heating ducts are present).
Programming Note: If the detector’s ID has not
been programmed into the system (i.e., this is an
initial detector installation), refer to the
PROGRAMMING section below and perform the
ID “enrolling” procedure before mounting or
testing the detector.
TOP VIEW
90˚
90˚
SIDE VIEW
7 ft
(2m)
0
10 ft
(3m)
20 ft
(6m)
30 ft
(9m)
40 ft
(12m)
Figure 1.
Standard Wide-Angle Protection Pattern
BATTERY INSTALLATION
1.
Remove front cover by inserting a large
screwdriver blade (or small coin) in groove
between cover and base at the location shown
in Figure 2; rotate blade to override snap fit,
then lift cover off.
2. Observing correct polarity, install the two
Lithium batteries (supplied) into the battery
holders, as shown in Figure. 5. Make sure the
batteries are firmly seated.
3. Replace the cover (snap fit).
Battery Caution:
Risk of fire, explosion, and burns. Do not recharge,
disassemble, heat above 100°C, or incinerate.
Dispose of used batteries promptly. Keep away
from children.
PROGRAMMING
You must “enroll” the detector’s ID during
installation of the system. Program the 5890 as
an “RF” type unit (i.e., supervised RF).
To program the detector, place the LED jumper in
the TEST position (see Figure 5), the Pulse Count
jumper in the OFF position, batteries installed, and
cover on. Temporarily cover the lens (a cloth will
do) to prevent any activation by the detector.
When prompted for the device’s serial number, you
may either manually enter it or transmit from the
unit (remove the cloth cover and motion your hand
over the lens to activate the detector, press the
tamper switch, etc.). Refer to the control panel
installation instructions for programming details.
Return LED jumper to the NORMAL position
after it is enrolled in the control.
INSTALLATION
Installation Hints
• Do not install where the detector is exposed to
direct sunlight or directly above strong sources
of heat.
• Make sure the detection area does not have
obstructions (curtains, screens, large pieces of
furniture, plants, etc.) that may block the pattern
of coverage.
• Avoid locating a unit in areas that contain
objects likely to produce a rapid change in
temperature, such as central heating, radiators,
or ducts (or heaters of any kind), air
conditioners, open flame, etc.
• Do not mount on an unstable surface.
Radio Transmission Path Check
Verify that a strong transmission path between the
5890 and the system's Receiver/Control exists
before permanently mounting the detector. Do
this by performing the Walk Test (described later)
with the detector temporarily mounted in its
proposed location. The 5890 will transmit when
sensing motion (when you wave an arm or walk
into area). Sometimes, moving the detector only a
few inches means the difference between a strong
and weak transmission path. Experiment until you
are satisfied that the location provides the
strongest transmission path, while still being
practical for the protection pattern desired.
This test also verifies that the detector has been
correctly programmed into the system.
Normal Mounting
Mount the unit to a firm vertical surface (flat on wall
or in corner).
1. Remove front cover.
2. Temporarily loosen (do not remove) the screw
holding the PC board in the detector base (see
Figure 5 for location of this screw).
The board can then be moved up or down for
access to the knockout mounting holes in the
base.
3. Refer to Figure 3 for location of knockout holes
in the base. Break out only those holes
required.
4. Mount the detector with screws, using the
selected mounting holes.
UPPER LENS SUPPORT
LENS LOCK
INSTALL
LENS
WITH
PART #
IN THIS
POSITION
LENS
LENS LOCK
5. Before fully tightening the PC board-holding
screw, make sure the board is positioned so
that the arrow is in line with the appropriate
setting on the graduated scale on the righthand side of the PC board (see Table 1 and
Figure 5).
LOWER LENS
SUPPORT
PULSE COUNT OPTION
Each detector includes pulse count circuitry that is
designed to provide stability in adverse
environments to minimize false alarms. Pulse
count is selected by positioning a jumper across
the ON pulse count terminals (shown in Figure 5).
When set for pulse count, the detector will signal
an alarm within 2 or 3 steps, since the processing
logic requires more complex motion than just a
momentary event. When the detector verifies an
intrusion, the built-in transmitter sends an alarm
message to the control/receiver.
Figure 4. Changing Lenses
Figure 2. Cover Removal
B
A
B
C
KNOCKOUTS
"C" (2)
FOR RECESS
MOUNTING
LENS MASKING
C
B
A
KNOCKOUTS
"A" (2)
FOR SURFACE
MOUNTING
B
KNOCKOUTS
"B" (4) FOR
CORNER
MOUNTING
Figure 3. Mounting Holes in Base
CHANGING LENSES (if required)
1. Remove front cover.
2. Squeeze upper lens lock located in front cover
to release upper Fresnel lens support.
Squeeze lower lens lock to release lower
Fresnel lens support (see Figure 4).
3. Note how the lens supports are positioned,
then remove the supports.
4. Carefully remove the existing lens and replace
with an optional coverage replacement lens.
The lens must be installed with the smooth
side facing outward. Also, the lens should be
oriented with its part number on the upper
right-hand side (see Figure 4). Be sure to
center the lens.
Note: Lens surface should be free of dirt,
foreign matter, and fingerprints. Use a clean,
dry soft cloth to wipe lens surfaces, if required.
5. Replace top and bottom lens supports and
then press downward so that the lens locks
snap into position, thus securing the lens in
place.
6. Refer to Table 1 for recommended PIR
mounting height, pulse count setting, and
pattern setting for the lens in use.
7. Replace the front cover (make sure the cover
snaps tightly).
The masking strips that have been supplied are
designed for application to one or more lens
segments to produce a protection pattern that suits
the particular requirements of the protected area.
Individual masking strips have been provided for
each of the lens segments on the standard lens
supplied with the PIR. Simply peel off the
appropriate pressure-sensitive adhesive strip(s)
and apply over the desired lens segment(s). Be
sure to affix the masking strips to the inside of the
lens (not the outer, smooth side). Each lens
segment that is masked results in the elimination of
one zone of protection from the coverage pattern.
By masking segments of the lens, you can adjust
the coverage to suit the area to be protected, or
eliminate coverage from areas where you
anticipate environmental disturbances that might
reduce the PIR's stability (a heater or other heatproducing object, for example).
Important: When hallway pattern masking is
used, be sure the PIR is set for instant response.
HORIZONTAL ADJUSTMENT OF LENS
The protection pattern provided by the lens can be
moved to the left or right by horizontal adjustment
of the lens, as follows:
1. Remove front cover.
2. Press inward on the upper and lower lens locks
at the left or right side only to release the lens
supports on one side. Now slide the lens to the
left or right, as needed. The lens may be
moved as much as 8° (from center) in either
direction.
3. When the lens is in the desired position, press
the lens locks downward (on the released side)
to lock the supports in place.
4. Replace the front cover (make sure the cover
snaps tightly).
After any adjustment, you must conduct a Walk
Test to ensure proper coverage of the area to be
TEST
protected,
as
indicated
under
PROCEDURES.
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DETECTOR
SECURING
SCREW
PULSE
COUNT
ON
TEST
OFF
NORMAL
1) INSERT
SCREWDRIVER
HERE AND
TWIST
3 VOLT LITHIUM
BATTERY
2) LIFT COVER
The protection pattern provided by the lens in use
can be raised or lowered by re-positioning the PC
board in the detector. A graduated scale to the
right of the board (see Figure 5) indicates the
approximate number of degrees by which the
pattern can be raised (max. +5°) or lowered (max. 15°). The detector is normally shipped with the
board set to the 0° position. To make this
adjustment, remove the cover on the detector and
loosen the screw holding the PC board (the screw
is located at the approximate center of the board).
Slide the board upward or downward by the
number of degrees required, then tighten the
holding screw again. After any adjustment, you
must conduct a Walk Test to ensure proper
coverage of the area to be protected, as indicated
under TEST PROCEDURES.
PULSE
COUNT
ON-OFF
3 VOLT LITHIUM
BATTERY
VERTICAL PATTERN ADJUSTMENT
LED
5
0
-5
-10
-15
LED
NORMAL (OFF)
TEST (ON)
TAMPER
SWITCH
Figure 5. PC Board
OPTIONAL LENSES
Two optional lenses are available for use with the
PIR. Information about these lenses is provided in
Table 1. Refer to CHANGING LENSES in this
document if one of the optional lenses is being
installed in place of the standard lens.
TEST PROCEDURES
Important: Testing should be conducted with the
protected area cleared of all people. Place the
protective system's control in the Test mode for the
Walk Test procedure. When the PIR senses
movement, a "beep" will be heard from the
system's console to verify that the PIR's transmitter
signal has reached the control's wireless receiver.
The absolute range of all PIR units is subject to
variation because of different types of clothing,
backgrounds, and ambient temperature. For this
reason, ensure that the most likely intruder routes
are well within the PIR's protective zones and that
Walk Testing is carried out along these routes.
WALK TEST
1. Remove front cover and set the pulse count
jumper in the detector in the OFF position
initially. The LED must be enabled at this time
(jumper in the TEST position).
LED DISABLE
The detector is shipped with the LED disabled
(LED jumper in the "NORMAL" position). The
LED may be enabled (for the Walk-Test) by
positioning the LED jumper in the "TEST"
position (see Figure 5).
Note: When the jumper is in the "NORMAL"
position, the LED will not light, but the built-in
transmitter will transmit alarms when the PIR
senses motion.
2. Replace front cover and walk through
protective zones, observing that the detector's
LED lights whenever motion is detected (the
LED serves as a Walk Test indicator during
this procedure).
3.
If pulse count is going to be used in this
installation, set the pulse count jumper to the
ON setting and repeat the Walk Test
procedure.
Note: If pulse count mode is used during the
Walk Test, the LED will stay lit for
approximately 1 to 3 seconds after detecting
motion.
4. After the Walk Test is completed, the LED
jumper should be placed in the NORMAL
position (LED disabled). Failing to do so
will reduce the battery life.
MAINTAINING PROPER OPERATION
In order to maintain the detector in proper working
condition, it is important that the user observes the
following:
1. Replace both batteries within 7 days after a
"low battery" message has appeared in the
system's display.
2.
3. The physical surroundings of the protected
area should not be changed. If furniture or
stock is moved, or air conditioning or additional
heating is installed, the PIR may have to be
readjusted.
4.
Detectors should never be reaimed or
relocated without the advice or assistance of
the alarm service company.
Walk Tests should be conducted frequently (at
least weekly) to confirm continued proper
coverage.
TABLE 1. INSTALLATION GUIDE FOR FRESNEL LENSES
Lens Part
No.
Description/
Coverage
5890
WIDE ANGLE LENS
Standard
40 ft x 56 Ft
(No. 1000)
(12m x 17m)
Pulse Count
Optional
PIR Mounting
Height
6 ft (1.8m)
7 ft (2.1m)
8 ft (2.4m)
Range to Be
Covered
Pattern
Setting (Deg) †
40 ft (12m)
–1°
30 ft (9m)
–3°
15 ft (4.6m)
–11°
40 ft (12m)
–2.5°
30 ft (9m)
–5°
15 ft (4.6m)
–15°
40 ft (12m)
–4°
30 ft (9m)
–7°
15 ft (4.6m)
**
OP TI ON AL F RE S NE L L E NS E S
199PA
PET ALLEY LENS
Optional
3–4.5 ft (0.9m–1.4m)
OFF*
6 ft (1.8m)
+7°
40 ft x 60 Ft
(12m x 18m)
199LR
LONG RANGE LENS
60 ft (18m)
+1°
60 ft x 6 ft
40 ft (12m)
–1°
(18m x 1.8m)
20 ft (6m)
–6°
7 ft (2.1m)
8 ft (2.4m)
60 ft (18m)
0°
40 ft (12m)
–2.5°
20 ft (6m)
–9°
60 ft (18m)
–1°
40 ft (12m)
–4°
20 ft (6m)
–12°
† See Figure 5 for location of adjustment scale on PC board (refer also to VERTICAL PATTERN ADJUSTMENT).
* Always set pulse count OFF with the Long Range lens.
** For distances of 20 ft (6m) and less, adjust to maximum negative (board at highest position).
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Trouble 1: INTERMITTENT ALARM
Probable Causes:
A. Rapid temperature change. Check for electric or gas heaters, open
flames, electric arcs, etc.
Remedy: Locate source and reposition detector.
B. Drafts causing drapes, light fixtures, display material to move.
Remedy: Eliminate source of motion.
Trouble 2: LED INOPERATIVE DURING WALK TEST
Probable Causes:
A. LED control jumper set to NORMAL.
Remedy: Re-position jumper to TEST position.
B. LED malfunction. Check for broken/shorted leads.
Remedy: Return unit for service.
Trouble 3: DETECTION AREA CHANGES
Probable Causes:
A. Re-positioned furniture or equipment in the protected area.
Remedy: Caution customer about layout changes. Reposition
detector.
B. Mounting surface is unstable. A few degrees of vertical shift can
change range substantially.
Remedy: Mount on secure surface.
Trouble 4: UNIT DOES NOT APPEAR TO BE OPERATING
Probable Cause:
A. Unit is not receiving power.
Remedy: Check for appropriate battery voltage. Install new
batteries if necessary. Be sure to change both batteries.
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PROTECTION PATTERNS FOR OPTIONAL LENSES
LIMITED WARRANTY
No. 199PA, Pet Alley Lens
TOP VIEW
Honeywell International Inc., acting through its Security & Custom
Electronics business ("Seller") 165 Eileen Way, Syosset, New York
11791, warrants its product(s) to be in conformance with its own plans
and specifications and to be free from defects in materials and
workmanship under normal use and service for 24 months from the
date stamp control on the product(s) or, for product(s) not having a
manufacturer’s date stamp, for 12 months from date of original
purchase unless the installation instructions or catalog sets forth a
shorter period, in which case the shorter period shall apply. Seller's
obligation shall be limited to repairing or replacing, at its option, free
of charge for materials or labor, any product(s) which is proved not in
compliance with Seller's specifications or proves defective in materials
or workmanship under normal use and service. Seller shall have no
obligation under this Limited Warranty or otherwise if the product(s)
is altered or improperly repaired or serviced by anyone other than
Honeywell factory service. For warranty service, return product(s)
transportation prepaid, to Honeywell Factory Service, 165 Eileen
Way, Syosset, New York 11791.
100˚
100˚
SIDE VIEW
3 ft
(1m)
0
10 ft 20 ft 30 ft 40 ft
(3m) (6m) (9m) (12m)
No. 199LR, Long Range Lens
TOP VIEW
6 ft
(1.8m)
SIDE VIEW
7 ft
(2.1m)
0
10 ft
(3m)
20 ft
(6m)
30 ft 40 ft 50 ft 60 ft
(9m) (12m) (15m) (18m)
LIMITATIONS OF THE PIR MOTION DETECTOR
While the Intrusion Detector is a highly reliable intrusion detection device, it
does not offer guaranteed protection against burglary. Any Intrusion
Detection device is subject to compromise or failure to warn for a variety of
reasons:
• Passive Infrared Motion Detectors can only detect intrusion within the
designed ranges as diagrammed in this installation manual.
• Passive Infrared Motion Detectors do not provide volumetric area
protection. They do create multiple beams of protection, and intrusion can
only be detected in unobstructed areas covered by those beams.
• Passive Infrared Detectors cannot detect motion or intrusion that takes
place behind walls, ceilings, floors, closed doors, glass partitions, glass
doors, or windows.
• Mechanical tampering, masking, painting, or spraying of any material on
the lenses, windows, or any part of the optical system can reduce the
detection ability of the Passive Infrared Motion Detector.
• Passive Infrared Detectors sense changes in temperature; however, as
the ambient temperature of the protected area approaches the
temperature range of 90° to 105°F (32° to 40°C), the detection
performance can decrease.
• This Passive Infrared Detector will not operate without the appropriate
battery installed, or if the battery is weak or improperly connected (i.e.,
reversed polarity).
• Passive Infrared Detectors, like other electrical devices, are subject to
component failure. Even though this equipment is designed to last as long
as 10 years, the electronic components in it could fail at any time.
We have cited some of the most common reasons that a Passive Infrared
Motion Detector can fail to catch intrusion. However, this does not imply that
these are the only reasons, and therefore it is recommended that weekly
testing of this type of unit, in conjunction with weekly testing of the entire
alarm system, be performed to ensure that the detectors are working
properly.
Installing an alarm system may make the owner eligible for a lower insurance
rate, but an alarm system is not a substitute for insurance. Homeowners,
property owners, and renters should continue to act prudently in protecting
themselves and continue to insure their lives and property.
We continue to develop new and improved protection devices. Users of alarm
systems owe it to themselves and their loved ones to learn about these
developments.
THERE ARE NO WARRANTIES, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, OF
MERCHANTABILITY, OR FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR
PURPOSE OR OTHERWISE, WHICH EXTEND BEYOND THE
DESCRIPTION ON THE FACE HEREOF. IN NO CASE SHALL
SELLER BE LIABLE TO ANYONE FOR ANY CONSEQUENTIAL
OR INCIDENTAL DAMAGES FOR BREACH OF THIS OR ANY
OTHER WARRANTY, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, OR UPON ANY
OTHER BASIS OF LIABILITY WHATSOEVER, EVEN IF THE
LOSS OR DAMAGE IS CAUSED BY THE SELLER'S OWN
NEGLIGENCE OR FAULT.
Seller does not represent that the product(s) it sells may not be
compromised or circumvented; that the product(s) will prevent any
personal injury or property loss by burglary, robbery, fire or
otherwise; or that the product(s) will in all cases provide adequate
warning or protection. Customer understands that a properly
installed and maintained alarm system may only reduce the risk of a
burglary, robbery, fire, or other events occurring without providing an
alarm, but it is not insurance or a guarantee that such will not occur
or that there will be no personal injury or property loss as a result.
CONSEQUENTLY, SELLER SHALL HAVE NO LIABILITY FOR
ANY PERSONAL INJURY, PROPERTY DAMAGE OR OTHER LOSS
BASED ON A CLAIM THAT THE PRODUCT(S) FAILED TO GIVE
WARNING. HOWEVER, IF SELLER IS HELD LIABLE, WHETHER
DIRECTLY OR INDIRECTLY, FOR ANY LOSS OR DAMAGE
ARISING UNDER THIS LIMITED WARRANTY OR OTHERWISE,
REGARDLESS OF CAUSE OR ORIGIN, SELLER'S MAXIMUM
LIABILITY SHALL NOT IN ANY CASE EXCEED THE PURCHASE
PRICE OF THE PRODUCT(S), WHICH SHALL BE THE
COMPLETE AND EXCLUSIVE REMEDY AGAINST SELLER.
This warranty replaces any previous warranties and is the only
warranty made by Seller on this product(s). No increase or alteration,
written or verbal, of the obligations of this Limited Warranty is
authorized.
FCC STATEMENT
FCC ID: CFS8DL5890
CANADA: 1748K1405 5 3
This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is
subject to the following two conditions:
(1) This device may not cause harmful interference.
(2) This device must accept any interference received, including
interference that may cause undesired operation.
165 Eileen Way, Syosset, New York 11791
Copyright © 2004 Honeywell International Inc.
www.honeywell.com/security
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