Product Summary Testing

Product Summary Testing
ITI Part No. 60-452
Learn Mode™
Pendant Panic
Document Number: 46-546 Rev. D
November 1999
Installation Instructions
Product Summary
The Learn Mode™ Pendant Panic Sensor is a supervised,
wireless device designed to be used throughout the installation site. The sensor can be worn around the neck with a
removable cord (included) or on the user’s belt with an
optional leather belt holster.
The following steps describe the general guidelines for performing a dealer sensor test. Refer to the specific panel
installation instructions or manual for complete testing
How It Works
The sensor contains a transmitter and a “PUSH” activation
button. No switches or external wiring is required. An alarm
is activated by pressing the “PUSH” button, located on the
end of the sensor.
The sensor transmits a supervisory signal every 64 minutes.
When the sensor battery voltage is low, a low battery (trouble) report is sent to the panel. The sensor has an estimated
battery life of one year.
Use the panel touchpad to enter the dealer sensor test
Press the “PUSH” button on the sensor to activate it.
Listen for the appropriate siren response as described in
the panel installation instructions.
Test the sensor from several locations within the premises to check for consistent response.
All ITI Learn Mode Panels and
Programming and Installation
Power Source:
One 3.6 VDC (Saft LS3)
Lithium Battery
Temperature Range:
10 to 120 °F
Try to keep sensors within 100 feet of the panel. The
100 foot distance recommendation is given as a starting
guide line. The actual sensor range is determined during testing.
Do not expose the sensor to excessive moisture or high
To allow users to take the sensor off-site without the
panel reporting a supervisory or failure condition, program the sensor into an unsupervised sensor group.
3.75” x 1.50” x 1.00”
(L x W x D)
This device complies with FCC Rules Parts 15 and 68. Operation is subject to the following two conditions:
This device may not cause harmful interference.
This device must accept any interference that may be received, including interference that may cause undesired operation.
The following steps describe the general guidelines for programming (learning) the sensor into panel memory. Refer to
the specific panel installation instructions or reference manual for complete programming details.
Set the panel to program mode.
Proceed to LEARN SENSORS menu.
Select the appropriate sensor group number (00
through 07).
Select sensor number assignment.
When prompted by the panel to trip the sensor activate
the sensor by pressing the “PUSH” button on the pendant.
Exit program mode.
Changes or modifications not expressly approved by Interactive Technologies, Inc. can void the user’s authority to operate the equipment.
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ITI is a registered trademark of Interactive Technologies, Inc.
Learn Mode is a trademark of Interactive Technologies, Inc.
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