ITI Indoor and Outdoor Long-Life PIR Motion Sensors Document Number: 466-1543 Rev.D

ITI Indoor and Outdoor Long-Life PIR Motion Sensors Document Number: 466-1543 Rev.D
ITI Indoor and Outdoor
Long-Life PIR Motion
Sensors
Document Number: 466-1543 Rev.D
November 1998
ITI Indoor and Outdoor Motion Sensor
Note:
Do not use outdoor motion sensors for intrusion
protection.
Note:
Be careful to avoid dropping motion sensors
since severe shocks can adversely affect the
sensor’s stability.
These wireless motion sensors include the following features:
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35 feet by 40 feet coverage area for standard and
optional animal alley lenses
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Masking kit provided to block portions of coverage
area
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Three minute transmitter lockout time after an alarm
that helps extend battery life
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Cover-activated tamper (optional wall-activated
tamper is included)
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Supervisory signal transmitted every 64 minutes to
the control panel
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Sensor low battery reports (trouble) to the control
panel
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Field-selectable sensitivity options (indoor PIRs)
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Compatible with all ITI Learn Mode™ Control
Panels.
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Installation
Instructions for:
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60-700-95R
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60-700-95R-OD
319.5 MHz SAW Outdoor PIR
(Not investigated by UL)
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60-703-95
319.5 MHz SAW PIR
319.5 MHz Crystal PIR
Product Summary
These models of ITI passive infrared (PIR) motion sensors utilize the latest in technical improvements to provide superior battery life (see “Specifications”) and
improved motion detection in harsh environments. The
60-700-95R SAW PIR uses two AA alkaline batteries
and the 60-703-95 Crystal PIR uses one or two (to further increase battery life) AA lithium batteries.
These PIRs detect movement within a specific area by
sensing the infrared energy emitted from a body as it
moves across the sensor’s field of view, causing a temperature change in the sensor’s zones. When this motion
is detected, the sensor transmits an alarm signal to the
control panel.
The indoor motion sensor can be used to protect locations where door/window sensors are impractical or not
needed. For example, use a motion sensor to protect
large areas or open floor plans. Motion sensors also provide backup protection for door/window sensors.
Use the outdoor motion sensor to identify motion in an
outdoor area. Detected motion in this protected area can
sound chimes or turn on outside lights.
Indoor Motion Sensor
Installation Guidelines
Use the following guidelines for installing indoor motion
sensors.
1.
2.
If possible, locate sensors within 100 feet of the
panel. While a transmitter may have a range of 500
feet or more out in the open, the environment at the
installation site can have a significant effect on
transmitter range. Sometimes a change in sensor
location can help overcome adverse wireless conditions.
The recommended mounting height is 7 1/2 feet,
but the sensor can be mounted from 5 to 8 feet
high in the corner of the area you want to protect.
See the animal alley lens guidelines for mounting
the optional animal alley lens. Higher mounting provides better range (up to 35 feet), and lower mounting provides better protection close to the motion
sensor (see Figures 2 and 3). The optional swivel
mount (ITI #60-737) can be used for difficult
mounting locations.
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3.
Position the sensor to protect an area where an
intruder would be most likely to walk across the
detection pattern (see Figure 1).
4. Mount the motion sensor on an insulated, outside
wall facing in.
5. Mount the motion sensor on a rigid surface which
is free from vibrations.
6. Position the sensor so it faces a solid reference
point, like a wall.
7. Do not aim the sensor at windows, fireplaces, air
conditioners, area heaters, forced air heating vents,
or place it in direct sunlight. Sudden changes in
temperature may trigger a false alarm from these
devices.
8. Do not mount the sensor near duct work or other
large metallic surfaces which may affect the RF
signals (see RF Testing). Actual acceptable transmitter range should be verified for each installation.
9. Mount the sensor permanently on a flat wall or in a
corner. Do not set it on a shelf.
10. Windows should be closed in any area which has
an armed motion sensor.
11. A pet will trigger a motion sensor. See animal alley
lens guidelines to use a motion sensor when pets
are present.
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Figure 1. Overhead (Bird’s Eye View) Detection
Path
TOP VIEW
0m
20 ft
11 m
6m
10 ft
3m
Outdoor Motion Sensor
Installation Guidelines
0 ft
0m
Use the following guidelines for installing outdoor
motion sensors.
20 ft
3m
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
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Person walking across detection path
Always select the outdoor motion sensor with the
weather-resistant case and the extended operating
temperature range (10 to 120° F) for outdoor applications.
Do not use outdoor motion sensors for intrusion
protection since any human, pet, or heated mechanical motion such as an automobile can activate the
sensor.
Follow the indoor motion sensor installation guidelines except for items numbered 4, 6, 10, and 11.
Do not aim the sensor at objects that may be
heated excessively by the sun, such as black top or
dark colored objects.
Do not aim the sensor at foliage or shrubbery
which has a dark background.
The housing is water-resistant but not water-proof.
Mount the sensor underneath eaves or porch coverings to prevent over exposure to rain, ice, and
direct sunlight.
The sensor’s coverage area is shown in Figures 2
and 4.
20 ft
0 ft
5
10
15
20
25
30
6m
35 ft
Figure 2. This graph shows the top view of the
lens coverage area, for the indoor motion sensor’s
standard and animal alley lens and the outdoor
motion sensor’s lens.
Figure 3. Side view show the differences in the
coverage area when using the indoor motion
sensor’s standard lens mounted at different
heights.
ITI Indoor and Outdoor Motion Sensor
0m
8 ft
SIDE VIEWS (Indoor Motion Sensor Standard Lens)
11 m
7 1/2 FOOT MOUNTING HEIGHT
2.4 m
4 ft
FLUSH MOUNT
INCLINED MOUNT
1.2 m
0 ft
0 ft
5
10
15
20
25
30
11 m
2.4 m
5 FOOT MOUNTING HEIGHT
0m
8 ft
0m
35 ft
CORNER MOUNT
MOTION SENSOR MOUNTED USING SWIVEL MOUNT
1.2 m
4 ft
0 ft
0 ft
5
10
15
20
25
30
0m
35 ft
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SIDE VIEW iNDOOR MOTION SENSOR ANIMAL ALLEY LENS
FLUSH MOUNT
11 m
0m
2.4 m
8 ft
1.2 m
4 ft
0 ft
5
10
15
20
25
30
0m
35 ft
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Figure 4. Shows the side view of the indoor motion
sensor’s animal alley lens when the flush-mount
position is used. The outdoor motion sensor’s lens
also has this side view, however, its swivel mount
makes the viewing angle adjustable.
Mounting the Indoor Motion Sensor
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Figure 5. Wall Mount Options: use the inclined
position for surface or corner mounting with the
standard lens. Use the flush position for surface or
corner mounting with the animal alley lens. The
optional swivel mount installation is also shown.
Use the following procedure to mount the sensor.
1.
2.
The sensor can be flush-mounted, incline-mounted, or
corner-mounted depending on the lens used (see Figure
5). Also, the optional swivel mount (ITI #60-737) can be
used for difficult mounting locations.
3.
Remove the mounting plate by depressing the button on the top of the sensor body. With the opposite
hand pull the mounting plate away from the body
of the sensor.
Punch out the mounting holes that best fit your
application. See Figure 5 for wall mount options.
See also Figure 6 to determine which knockouts to
use when mounting the motion sensor. Use the
lower-side holes for corner mounting, or the lowerback holes for surface mounting with the standard
lens.
For applications with pets, use the upper mounting
holes and the optional animal alley lens.
If you desire wall-tamper functionality, remove the
wall-tamper knockout (see Figure 6).
Note:
The wall-tamper switch cannot be used when the
sensor is swivel or corner mounted. Corner
mounting cannot be used in commercial installations.
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5.
6.
USE
WITH
ANIMAL ALLEY LENS
Indoor Motion Sensor
Animal Alley Lens Guidelines
The optional animal alley lens (ITI #60-709) provides
protection in installations where pets move about freely.
See figures 2 and 4 for coverage.
WALL
TAMPER
KNOCKOUT
USE WITH
STANDARD LENS
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Allowed mounting height is between 3 and 5 feet.
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Be sure to use the flush-mount position or the corner mount position with the back of the PIR parallel to the walls. Do not use the inclined mount
position since this would tilt the PIR’s field of view
downward.
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Position the sensor to have a clear line of sight
across the protected room.
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For best results, install the sensor higher than the
highest point that the pet might reach in the detection area.
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If the detection area contains furniture or other
objects upon which the pet could climb or jump,
either remove these objects, mount the PIR a safe
distance above these objects, or mask these areas.
Figure 6. PIR Mounting Plate Knockouts
4.
5.
6.
Mark the location of the required holes on the
mounting surface.
Use wall anchors and screws to secure into place.
Attach the sensor to the mounting plate.
When testing is completed the PIR can be securely
attached to its mounting plate by screwing the
smallest enclosed screw into the hole at the top of
the mounting plate.
Mounting the Outdoor Motion Sensor
1.
2.
3.
4.
Determine the desired mounting location for the
sensor leaving at least four inches of room above
the wall mount plate to attach the sensor.
Attach the wall mount plate with the opening for
the swivel mount facing downward using the screws
and anchors supplied.
Attach the sensor assembly to the wall mount plate
by screwing the sensor assembly up into the opening in the wall mount plate.
To remove the sensor for testing or battery replacement, slide the front cover of the sensor upward
until the sensor can be removed.
Indoor Motion Sensor Lens Replacement:
1.
2.
3.
4.
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Install the new lens with the smooth side facing out
and the grooved side facing in.
Replace the cover and then replace the sensor in its
mounting plate.
To change the lens, first remove the sensor from its
mounting plate by depressing the button on the top
of the sensor.
Remove the cover by depressing the two tabs on
the top and the one tab on the bottom of the sensor
body and sliding the cover off (see Figure 8).
Remove the installed lens by gently placing pressure on the lens from the outside of the lens.
Replace with the appropriate lens by aligning its
notches with the appropriate tabs in the cover.
Setting the Sensitivity on the Indoor
Motion Sensor
The PIR is set to standard sensitivity at the factory. This
sensitivity is preferred for most applications and provides the best immunity to false alarms.
CAUTION: High sensitivity should only be used
in extremely quiet environments
where thermal transients are not
expected.
1.
Locate the sensitivity pins by first removing the
mounting plate and the sensor cover as described in
steps 1 and 2 of Lens Replacement process.
ITI Indoor and Outdoor Motion Sensor
Note:
When the walk test mode has ended, an alarm
can be transmitted only after 3 minutes have
passed since the previous alarm. This 3 minute
lockout time reduces unnecessary RF transmissions in high traffic areas thereby extending battery life.
Environment Testing
Indoor Motion Sensors:
STANDARD
HIGH
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Turn on all heating or air conditioning sources which
would normally be active during the protection period.
Stand away from the sensor and outside the coverage
pattern and watch for alarms.
Figure 7. Sensitivity Pins Locations
Outdoor Motion Sensors:
2.
3.
Locate the sensitivity pins under the battery on the
right side of the PIR when looking at the front of
the PIR.
To change to high sensitivity move the shorting
jumper to the pair of pins that are closer to the top
of the PIR (see Figure 7).
Verify that the sensor’s coverage area does not extend
into undesired areas that might cause unwanted activations. These areas may include undesired human, pet, or
automobile motion.
Coverage Masking
Note:
4.
If the shorting jumper is not used or placed incorrectly, the sensor defaults to standard sensitivity.
Walk test the PIR to verify the sensitivity.
Walk Testing for the Indoor and Outdoor Motion Sensors
After walk testing and environment testing are completed, masking labels can be applied to the sensor’s lens
to block detection of problem areas. The masking labels
provided are cut to match the corresponding lens segments.
1.
2.
Walk testing should be done to determine the sensor’s
actual coverage area. The edge of the coverage pattern is
determined by the first flash of the LED. This may
change slightly depending upon the sensitivity setting.
Walk test the unit from both directions to determine the
pattern boundaries.
1.
2.
Remove the sensor body from the mounted mounting plate, activate the tamper switch, and then
remount the body to activate the 60 second walk
test mode.
Walk across the coverage pattern to determine the
coverage area, indicated by LED activation. Each
activation extends the walk test mode for an additional 60 seconds.
Outdoor Motion Sensor Filter Installation:
A 1 inch by 1 inch piece of lens material has been
included with the outdoor motion sensor. This filter
reduces the sensors sensitivity to white light sources
(sunlight and head lights) and infrared sources. Install
this filter when experiencing unwanted sensor activations
due to these sources.
1.
After 60 seconds without motion the walk test mode and
the LED will no longer activate when motion is
detected.
2.
Note:
3.
Excessive use of the walk test mode may reduce
battery life. Use only for initial setup and maintenance testing.
Determine which detection zone/lens segment needs
a masking label.
Peel the desired mask label from its backing and
apply to the inside of the lens segment to be
blocked.
Remove the sensor from its water resistant enclosure by sliding the front cover upward until the sensor can be removed.
Remove the mounting plate of the sensor by
depressing the button on top of the sensor.
Remove the front cover of the sensor by depressing
the two tabs on the top and the one tab on the bottom of the sensor body and sliding the cover off
(see figure 8).
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4.
5.
6.
Place the sensor on its back and drop the filter into
the lens chamber covering the sensor’s detector.
Replace the cover making sure the filter remains in
the lens chamber and does not interfere with the
attachment of the cover.
Replace the sensor’s mounting plate and install the
sensor in its water resistant enclosure.
PIR
COVER
PWB
COVER
LENS
Programming
TABS
For complete programming instructions, refer to the
appropriate control panel installation instructions. General guidelines for programming this sensor are:
1.
2.
3.
4.
Set the control panel to the program mode.
Trip the PIR by removing the PIR from its mounting plate and activating the tamper switch.
Exit the program mode after all appropriate assignments have been made.
Return the PIR to its mounting plate.
SENSOR
BODY
TAMPER
SWITCH
MOUNTING
PLATE
Figure 8. PIR Components, Battery Locations, &
Tamper Switch
Maintenance
Final Testing
Test the unit weekly to verify proper range and coverage. The end user should be instructed to put the sensor
in walk test mode and walk through the far end of the
coverage pattern to verify proper detection.
Final testing should always be done to verify radio signal integrity and confirm control panel programming and
response. Guidelines for the testing are as follows:
1.
2.
Replacing Batteries
When battery replacement is necessary, observe proper
polarity (as shown in the battery compartment), or the
sensor may be damaged. The 60-700-95R and 60-70095R-OD SAW PIRs require two AA alkaline batteries
and the 60-703-95 Crystal PIR requires only one AA
lithium battery which can be placed in either battery
compartment. Remove the mounting plate and cover to
reveal the battery compartments shown in Figure 8. Be
sure to note that as you look at the battery compartment,
on the left side the positive side is down and on the
right side the positive end is up. When the batteries are
replaced, wait at least 3 minutes after installing the batteries before activating the walk test mode.
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3.
4.
5.
Place the control panel in sensor test mode.
Remove the motion sensor from its mounting plate
to activate the tamper switch and the sensor’s walk
test mode.
Replace the sensor in its mounting plate.
Walk across the sensor’s detection pattern until the
sensor’s LED turns on. STOP your motion.
Listen for the appropriate system response. If the
system does not respond and the control panel is an
UltraGard or CareTaker Plus, test the PIR by activating its tamper switch and listening for the appropriate system response. If you are using a different
control panel that does not respond properly proceed to the “Troubleshooting” section below.
ITI Indoor and Outdoor Motion Sensor
Troubleshooting
Specifications
Use the following guidelines if the system does not
respond correctly when the sensor is activated.
60-700-95R and 60-700-95R-OD SAW PIRs:
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Check programming and re-program sensor into
panel if necessary.
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Move the sensor to another location and test for
correct response.
To relocate a sensor:
1.
Test the sensor a few inches from the original position.
Increase the distance from the original position and
retest until an acceptable location is found.
Mount the sensor in the new location.
If no location is acceptable, test the sensor as
described below:
2.
3.
4.
1. Test a known good sensor at the same location.
2. If the system does not respond, avoid mounting
a sensor at that location.
3. If the replacement sensor functions, return the
problem sensor for repair or replacement.
Power source: 2 AA alkaline batteries; ITI Part #
60-600 (six batteries per package)
Typical battery life: 4-6 years at 68° F (not verified
by U.L.)
Operating temperature range:
32° to 120° F (Indoor Motion Sensor)
10° to 120° F (Outdoor Motion Sensor)
FCC ID# B4Z-692-PIR
Dimensions: L = 2.875” X W = 2.375” X H =
1.875”
60-703-95 Crystal PIR:
Power source: 1 or 2 AA lithium batteries; ITI Part
# 60-619 (six batteries per package)
Typical battery life:
8-10 years at 68° F (with one battery - not verified by U.L.)
14-18 years at 68° F (with two batteries - not
verified by U.L.)
Operating temperature range:
32° to 120° F
FCC ID# B4Z-693-PIR
Dimensions: L = 2.875” X W = 2.375” X H =
1.875”
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Notices
These devices comply with part 15 of the FCC rules. Operation is
subject to the following two conditions:
1. These devices may not cause harmful interference.
2. These devices must accept any interference received, including
interference that may cause undesired operation.
Changes or modifications not expressly approved by Interactive
Technologies, Inc. can void the users’ authority to operate the
equipment.
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