ISW-EN5040-T Repeater Installation Manual

ISW-EN5040-T Repeater Installation Manual
ISW-EN5040-T Installation Guide
Overview
This product is designed to be installed and
maintained by professional security technicians.
This product is intended for indoor use.
High-power Repeater
2.0
Installation and Startup
2.1
Connect the Power Cables
Figure 2: Repeater Components
Test this product weekly.
ISW-EN5040-T high-power repeaters receive, decode and retransmit
signals from wireless nodes at enhanced power. They act as range
expanders for any valid wireless transmission, including signals
from other high-power repeaters. Repeaters can be layered as
necessary, allowing wireless systems to scale from small
commercial sites to complete campuses consisting of several
buildings. The high-power repeater features jam detection, as well
as case and wall tamper detection. Input power is provided by a
listed Class 2 plug-in transformer 14 VAC/120 VAC-20 VA, Ault Inc.
(P/N: T48141428V010G).
1.0
ISW-EN5040-T High-power Repeater LEDs
Figure 1: LEDs
1-
RECEIVE
2-
TRANSMIT
3-
LOW BATT (low battery fault)
4-
POWER
1-
Housing release tabs
2-
BATT (battery connector)
3-
Backup battery
4-
Tamper mounting hole
5-
Frequency Band pins
6-
RESET button
7-
TAMP (tamper button)
8-
TAMPER (tamper output)
9-
POWER – 14 VAC, 250 mA
1.
Use a small screwdriver to press the housing release tab on the
top or bottom of the high-power repeater.
2.
Separate the housing.
3.
Connect the power cabling to the Vs and GND connections
using two-conductor 20 AWG (or larger) stranded-tinned
copper with PVC insulation wires rated to 300 V at 26°C
(80°F). Wire length should not exceed 100 m (328 ft).
Refer to Figure 2.
Table 1:
LED Activity
LED
Activity
RECEIVE
Flashes when the high-power repeater receives
any recognizable RF transmission
TRANSMIT
Lit steady when the high-power repeater
transmits an RF transmission
LOW BATT
Lit steady when the high-power repeater has a
low battery
POWER
Lit steady when the high-power repeater
receives power. The LED is green while the unit
receives line power; red while it receives battery
power.
If mapped to an output and receiving power from the
backup battery, the high-power repeater sends an AC
loss message to the receiver or network coordinator.
Do not secure the Class 2 plug-in transformer
(P/N: T48141428V010G) for Canadian installations.
2.2
Register the High-power Repeater
To ensure that the repeater is supervised by the system receiver,
you must register its transmitter with your receiver, network
coordinator or control panel. Refer to the receiver, network
coordinator or control panel installation instructions for details on
registering a transmitter.
The reset bit is not sent when the repeater has a low
battery. Before registering the repeater, ensure that
the battery is fully charged.
2.3
Connect the Battery
The high-power repeater is shipped with a fully-charged backup
battery.
To connect the battery, plug the connector cable from the backup
battery into the battery connector.
Refer to Figure 2.
2.4
Select the Frequency Band
2.6
Select the appropriate frequency band for your geographic area.
1.
Place a selection jumper on the appropriate Frequency Band
pins.
The wall tamper must be enabled. To enable the wall tamper, use
the provided anchors and screws to attach the wall tamper switch
to the mounting surface.
Refer to Figure 2 on page 1.
Refer to Figure 3.
2.
Enable the Wall Tamper
If the high-power repeater is removed from the wall,
the wall tamper switch detaches from the high-power
repeater, activating a tamper alarm.
Press the RESET button.
Figure 3: Frequency Band Settings
3.0
Specifications
Dimensions
(H x W x D):
16.5 cm x 8.9 cm x 2.5 cm
(6.5 in x 3.5 in x 1 in)
Operating
Temperature:
0° to +60°C (+32° to +140°F)
Humidity:
0-90% (non-condensing)
Power Requirement:
14 VAC, 250 mA
Battery Capacity:
3.7 VDC nominal, 2.15 mAh
Typical Back-up
Battery Life:
24 hours
Operating Frequency:
915-928 MHz (Australia)
921-928 MHz (New Zealand)
902-928 MHz (USA)
1-
Australia (915 MHz to 928 MHz)
2-
New Zealand (921 MHz to 928 MHz)
Tamper:
Wall tamper
3-
North America (902 MHz to 928 MHz) (default)
Accessories:
ACC640: weatherproof plastic
enclosure for outdoor installations;
BAT850: replacement lithium-ion
battery assembly
Compatible Receivers:
ISW-EN4216R
North America is selected when the jumper is
attached to only one pin. Attach the jumper to only
one pin to prevent losing the jumper when selecting
North America.
2.5
ISW-EN4204R
Mount the High-power Repeater
ISW-EN7280 (ISW-EN4200)
Mount the high-power repeater in a location away
from metallic objects. Metal objects such as duct
work, wire mesh screens, and metal boxes reduce the
RF range.
Use the provided anchors and screws to mount the high-power
repeater in a location accessible for future maintenance.
•
In large installations, mount the high-power repeater so that
every transmitter has multiple transmission paths to the serial
receiver or network coordinator. This redundancy preserves
system integrity in the event of temporary interruptions of any
transmission path in the system.
•
For maximum efficiency, mount high-power repeaters with as
few obstacles as possible between repeaters and the receiver,
network coordinator or control panel.
•
Always perform a walk test after mounting high-power
repeater. The walk test activates each transmitter assigned to
the high-power repeater, and ensures an appropriate response.
© 2009 Bosch Security Systems, Inc.
130 Perinton Parkway, Fairport, NY 14450-9199
USA
(800) 289-0096
F01U126807-01
Installation Guide
3/09
ISW-EN5040-T
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