Jablotron JA-84P Handleiding

Jablotron JA-84P Handleiding
The JA-84P wireless motion detector with built-in camera
usually takes about 100 sec. after the batteries are connected). If the red
LED is flashing, the detector has not been enrolled yet (see point 6).
8. After the red LED turns off test the motion sensor by walking in the
covered area (detected movement is indicated by red LED flashes). Also
test the detector’s radio signal strength – see the control panel
installation manual for details. Testing is only possible within 15 minutes
of closing the detector’s cover. After this period the red LED is switched
off.
9. If the detector is not in test mode, it ignores frequent movements (see
sleep time chapter).
The JA-84P is a component of Jablotron’s Oasis 80 alarm system. It provides
human body movement detection including visual alarm verification. The
detector’s camera is equipped with a flash and infrared light to take photos in
the dark. The camera is capable of taking monochromatic pictures with a
resolution of 160x128 pixels. A sequence of 4 photos is taken when
movement is detected. It is stored in the detector’s internal memory and it is
also transmitted wirelessly to the control panel to be sent to an alarm
receiving center and/or to the owner’s mobile phone display. The batterypowered detector communicates via the OASIS radio protocol.
Detector DIP switches
1 2 3 4
release tap
ON
CR123
CR123
camera
Recommended control panel configuration
To transfer photos from the protected premises, the control panel
should be equipped with a suitable communicator (model JA-80Y =
GSM/GPRS software version XA61006 or higher or JA-80V = LAN/PSTN
software version XA64004 or higher) and with the JA-80Q data
processing module connected to the communicator’s internal bus
cable.
The communicator allows programming of an IP address to which the
photos will be transferred (see the JA-80Q installation manual). This server
allows the logging into and display of the photos free of charge. It can also
notify you by SMS message when a new photo arrives, providing a link to
view the photo on the phone display. The server can also forward the photos
to a desired e-mail address.
Multiple camera detectors can be enrolled to the control panel. If more of
the detectors take photos within a very short period of time, the detectors will
transfer the photos to the control panel in the same order as the detectors
were triggered.
PIR
motion
sensor
DIP
switches
USB plug
There are 4 DIP switches to select the desired features:
Installation and testing of the motion detector
Installation should only be undertaken by technicians holding a certificate
issued by an authorized distributor. The detector can be installed on a flat
wall or in the corner of a room. Avoid objects rapidly changing in
temperature, such as electrical heaters, gas appliances etc. being positioned
within its detection area. Moving objects with a temperature close to that of
humans such as curtains moving above a radiator, and pets should also be
avoided. Detectors should not face windows or spotlights or be near fastmoving air e.g. near ventilation fans or open windows or doors. There should
also be no obstacles blocking the detector’s “view” of the protected area.
Keep the detector away from metal objects which could interfere with radio
communication.
1
OFF = delay reaction (exit & entrance delay provided)
ON = instant reaction (no exit & entrance delay)
This switch only has an effect if the detector’s address has a
NATUR reaction programmed in the control panel
2
OFF = standard immunity for the motion sensor
ON = increased immunity for the motion sensor (slower reaction)
3
OFF = flash disabled (except for testing)
ON = flash enabled (second to fourth shots with flash)
Note: The IR light works independently of the DIP 3 setting
4
OFF = photos stored only in the camera (not transmitted)
ON = photos stored in the camera memory and also
transmitted wirelessly to the control panel
Bold = factory default setting
Motion detector coverage
The detection characteristics of the PIR detector lens does not affect the
detector‘s camera components. The PIR lens covers an angle of 50° and a
distance of 12 metres. The area is covered by three beams as shown in the
following diagram. The horizontal camera capture angle is 50° and the range
of the flash is up to 3 meters around the detector.
1. Open the detector cover by pressing the tab and disconnect the
camera’s flat cable (pulling the connector placed next to the batteries)
2. Remove the PCB which is held by an internal tab. Avoid touching the
PIR element
3. Punch screw holes through the rear plastic cover. At least one screw
should penetrate the tamper-sensitive section (be careful not to break the
tamper sensitive section out).
4. Screw the rear cover to the wall, about 2.0 – 2.5 meters above the floor
(vertically, with the tab down).
5. Replace the PCB to its original position.
6. Leave the battery disconnected and the cover open (camera
disconnected) and then follow the control panel manual to enroll the
detector. The basics of enrollment are:
a) Enter enrollment mode on the control panel by pressing “1” while in
Service mode.
b) Install batteries into the detector to activate enrollment.
If the detector’s batteries have already been connected, first
disconnect them, press and release the tamper switch and then
reconnect the batteries
c) Exit enrollment mode by pressing “#”
d) Leave the control panel in SERVICE mode.
e) The detector can be used without a control panel - see stand alone
mode.
7. Connect the camera cable and close the detector’s cover. If the red
LED is permanently lit, it means that the motion detector is warming up (it
JA-84P wireless motion detector with built-in camera
tamper
Top view
PIR
Side view
2,5
CAMERA
Side view
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5 minute / 1 minute sleep time
Stand alone mode
To save battery energy, the detector switches to battery-saving mode 15
minutes after its cover is closed. The detector still watches for movement
during battery-saving mode.
The first movement detected is instantly transmitted to the control panel,
and for the next 5 minutes the detector ignores any further movement.
After these 5 minutes, the detector then returns to watching out for
movement until it is re-triggered. The sleep time can be shortened to 1
minute by pressing the tamper switch during battery installation. Not pressing
the tamper switch gives a sleep time of 5 minutes.
In this mode the photos will only be stored locally in the detector’s internal
memory (last 61 shots). This mode starts automatically when the detector is
not enrolled to any control panel after inserting batteries.
After the end of the walk test period (15 minutes) every movement in front
of the detector will trigger taking three photos and storing them in the internal
memory. Then the 5 / 1 minute sleep period starts. The flash can be enabled
/ disabled using the DIP switch. The transmit function is disabled
automatically.
Note: No date and time stamps are applied to the photos when the device
operates in stand-alone mode.
Camera testing
Viewing photos from the detector’s internal memory
Switch the control panel to SERVICE mode and have an RC-80 key-fob
ready.
1. Open and close the detector’s cover again. Its green indicator will turn
on for 10 sec (enrollment mode to enroll the key-fob as a remote trigger
for testing the camera)
2. Enroll the key-fob by pressing any key (a green LED flash confirms
enrollment)
The detector stores the last 61 photos in its internal memory. The photos
can be viewed by a PC:
1. Switch the control panel to SERVICE mode
2. Open the detector and disconnect the camera module’s cable
3. Take the cover with the camera to the PC and use the cable (provided
with the JA-80Q data module) to connect it to the PC USB port
4. The camera module is accessible as a removable mass storage device.
Photos are stored in BMP files. Use a suitable viewer (i.e. “Windows
photo and fax viewer”) to view the photos.
5. After viewing the photos reinstall the camera module in the detector and
switch the control panel to normal operational mode.
3. Use the key-fob to take photos:
= snap without flash,
= snap
with flash
4. Camera test mode lasts for 15 minutes then the key-fob is automatically
erased from the detector. If you want another 15 minutes testing, repeat
the above procedure starting from 1. Test mode can be finished
and
simultaneously.
immediately by pressing
Battery replacement
After it has been taken the photo is transmitted to the control panel indicated by green LED flashing. Successful transmission is confirmed by a
long green flash (2 sec). Unsuccessful transmission is indicated by a series
of rapid green flashes at the end. The transmission is also indicated on the
JA-80Q data module (same logic).
After the photo is received by the control panel, the data module transfers it
to the server (via the communicator). This transfer is indicated by a red LED
flashing on the JA-80Q module. Successful transfer is confirmed by a long
red flash (2 sec). Unsuccessful transfer is indicated by a series of rapid red
flashes at the end.
The total average time to transfer the photo from the camera to the server
is about 20 sec. In the case of radio signal interference the transfer can be
longer (damaged data are repeated). Each photo also contains a date and
time stamp.
If the photo transfer was not successful, the photo will only stay in the
detector’s internal memory.
The detector monitors the voltage of its batteries and if too low, a report is
sent to the control panel to inform the installer or user. The detector
continues to function and shows each detected movement with a flash of its
red LED. Battery replacement should not be delayed by more than two
weeks. This should be done by a qualified technician with the control panel in
Service mode.
After battery replacement, the detector needs about 100 sec to stabilise
during which its red LED lights continuously. After the LED has stopped
indicating, test that the detector is functioning (it will be in test mode for 15
minutes).
Always use new batteries and replace both of them. Be careful not to mix
used and new batteries (even a nearly discharged lithium battery has 3V so it
is not simple to recognize a discharged battery).
Expired batteries should not be thrown into the garbage, but disposed of
according to local regulations.
Removing the detector from the system
Normal camera operation
If a detector is removed, the control panel reports its removal. The detector
has to be deleted from the control panel before intentional removal.
15 minutes after closing the cover, the detector changes from test mode to
normal operational mode (the test key-fob is erased and the red LED turns
off).
If the control panel is unset (disarmed), the detector ignores movements
and takes no photos.
During the exit delay the detector reports movements but takes no
photos.
During the entrance delay the detector – when triggered – not only
reports a movement but also instantly takes one photo without a flash. The
photo is then stored in memory. For the next 5 seconds from the moment of
taking the photo shot, the detector goes to sleep mode. After that the
detector returns to watching out for movement. Any further detection of
movement is reported and responded to according to whether the system is
in an entrance delay state and/or alarm condition. If an entrance delay is still
occurring, the detector will not take or store pictures any more. If an alarm
state is indicated, the detector will take photos the same way as if a
movement had been detected in an instant loop (see below). If an alarm
triggered due to an entrance delay has expired (so that no other detectors
have been triggered), then the memorized photo taken during first movement
detection is transmitted.
Instant-loop movement detection is reported to the control panel and a
series of 4 photos is taken by the camera. The first photo is taken instantly
without a flash. The following 3 pictures are taken at one second intervals,
each with a flash. After that any movement in the detection area is ignored
and the pictures are transferred to the control panel. The detector’s inactivity
period ends 5 seconds after finishing picture transmission.
Technical parameters
Voltage:
2x Lithium battery type CR123 (3.0V)
Typical battery lifetime:
approx. 2 years (one alarm / month, DEL reaction)
Communication band:
868 MHz, Oasis protocol
Communication range:
max. 300m (open area)
Recommended installation height:
2.0 to 2.5 m above floor level
PIR detection angle/detection range:
50° / 12 m (basic lens)
Resolution of the camera
160 x 128 pixels, B&W
Internal memory photo format
bit map (BMP)
Format of the photos transmitted to server
JPG
Horizontal camera capture angle
50°
Range of the flash
max. 3 meters
Typical photo transmission time to the control panel
25 sec
Typical photo transfer time from the system to server
15s/GPRS (JA-80Y)
2s /LAN (JA-80V)
EN 50131-1,CLC/TS 50131-2-2, EN 50131-5-3 classification:
grade 2
Operational environment according to EN 50131-1
II. indoor general
Operational temperature range
-10 to +40 °C
Dimensions
110 x 60 x 55 mm
Complies with ETSI EN 300220, EN 55022, EN 50130-4
FCC ID: VL6JA84P
Jablotron Ltd. hereby declares that the JA-84P is in
compliance with the essential requirements and other
relevant provisions of Directive 1999/5/EC and complies with
part 15 of the FCC rules. Operation is subject to the following
two conditions: 1. This device may not cause harmful
interference, and 2. This device must accept any interference
received, including interference that may cause undesired
operation.
CAUTION: Changes or modifications not expressly approved
by Jablotron could void the user´s authority to operate the
equipment.
The original of the conformity assessment can be found on
the web site www.jablotron.com.
Alarm verification and flash functions
The main task of the built-in camera is to verify real alarms caused by
human body movement (to recognize false alarms).
The detector’s built in flash illuminates the scene, but it also has another
important functions patented by Jablotron:
a) An unexpected flash attracts the intruder to look at the detector and
this significantly increases the probability that the next shot will show
the intruder’s face
b) A flash also clearly indicates, to the intruder that he was detected,
possibly making him run away. If not and (s)he tries to damage the
detector, a tamper alarm is triggered. The tamper alarm will verify the
intruder’s presence even faster than photo transmission does.
JA-84P wireless motion detector with built-in camera
Note: Although this product does not contain any harmful
materials we suggest you return the product to the dealer or
directly to the manufacturer after use.
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