SAW Sensor Installation Instructions

SAW Sensor Installation Instructions
Booklet of
Installation Instructions
for SAW Sensors
Document No. 466-1622
Revision D, January 2000
Installation instructions for the SAW sensors listed in the following table are included in this document.
The SAW sensor installation instructions in this booklet are to be used with the panel installation instructions for the Simon® Panel. These instructions will not be packaged with the sensor hardware.
Table of Contents
Sensor
Description
Document Number
60-639-95R
60-639-95R-OD
Indoor and Outdoor PIR Motion
Sensors
466-1534 (Rev. B)
60-659-95R
KeyChain Touchpad
466-1560 (Rev. A)
60-670-95R
Door/Window Sensor
466-1559 (Rev. A)
60-671-95R
Remote Handheld Touchpad
466-1561 (Rev. A)
60-742
Freeze Sensor
466-1541 (Rev. C)
60-744
Water Sensor
466-1539 (Rev. C)
60-788
Touchtalk 2-Way RF Touchpad
466-1595 (Rev. C)
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PIR Motion Sensors
Document Number: 466-1534 Rev. B
December 1998
8362G12A.DS4
1061G37A.DS4
60-639-95R and 60-639-95R-OD
Installation
Instructions
Product Summary
A motion sensor (passive-infrared or PIR) detects
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.
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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
„
Field-selectable sensitivity options
Indoor Motion Sensor
Installation Guidelines
Use the following guidelines for installing indoor
motion sensors.
1.
2.
Use the indoor motion sensor 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 a protected outdoor area. Detected motion in
this protected area can sound chimes or turn on
outside lights.
Do not use outdoor motion sensors for intrusion
protection.
The wireless motion sensor includes the following
features:
„
35 feet by 40 feet coverage area for standard
and optional animal alley lenses
„
Masking kit provided to block portions of coverage area
„
Three minute transmitter lockout time after an
alarm that helps extend battery life
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
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 (part
#60-737) can be used for difficult mounting
locations.
Position the sensor to protect an area where an
intruder would be most likely to walk across
the detection pattern (see Figure 1).
Mount the motion sensor on an insulated, outside wall facing in.
Mount the motion sensor on a rigid surface
which is free from vibrations.
Position the sensor so it faces a solid reference
point, like a wall.
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.
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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.
Person walking across detection path
Outdoor Motion Sensor Installation Guidelines
Use the following guidelines for installing outdoor
motion sensors.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
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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 waterproof. 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.
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Figure 1. Overhead (Bird’s Eye View) Detection
Path
0m
20 ft
TOP VIEW
11 m
6m
10 ft
3m
0 ft
0m
20 ft
3m
20 ft
0 ft
6m
35 ft
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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.
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0m
8 ft
SIDE VIEWS (Indoor Motion Sensor Standard Lens)
11 ft
7 1/2 FOOT MOUNTING HEIGHT
2.4 m
4 ft
FLUSH MOUNT
INCLINED MOUNT
1.2 m
0m
35 ft
0 ft
0 ft
0m
8 ft
5 FOOT MOUNTING HEIGHT
11 ft
2.4 m
1.2 m
4 ft
0 ft
0 ft
CORNER MOUNT
MOTION SENSOR MOUNTED USING SWIVEL MOUNT
0m
35 ft
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Figure 3. Side view show the differences in the
coverage area when using the indoor motion
sensor’s standard lens mounted at different
heights.
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SIDE VIEW iNDOOR MOTION SENSOR ANIMAL ALLEY LENS
FLUSH MOUNT
11 ft
0m
2.4 m
8 ft
4 ft
0 ft
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.
1.2 m
0m
35 ft
Use the following procedure to mount the sensor.
1.
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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.
2.
Mounting the Indoor Motion Sensor
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 #60737) can be used for difficult mounting locations.
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 lower-back holes for surface mounting with
the standard lens.
For applications with pets, use the upper
mounting holes and the optional animal alley
lens.
3.
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.
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2.
USE
WITH
ANIMAL ALLEY LENS
3.
4.
WALL
TAMPER
KNOCKOUT
5.
USE WITH
STANDARD LENS
6.
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Figure 6. PIR Mounting Plate Knockouts
4.
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.
Indoor Motion Sensor
Animal Alley Lens Guidelines
The optional animal alley lens (part #60-709) provides protection in installations where pets move
about freely. See figures 2 and 4 for coverage.
„
Allowed mounting height is between 3 and 5
feet.
„
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.
Mounting the Outdoor Motion Sensor
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Position the sensor to have a clear line of
sight across the protected room.
1.
„
For best results, install the sensor higher than
the highest point that the pet might reach in
the detection area.
„
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.
5.
6.
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.
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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.
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.
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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.
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.
After 60 seconds without motion the walk test
mode and the LED will no longer activate when
motion is detected.
Note:
Excessive use of the walk test mode may reduce
battery life. Use only for initial setup and maintenance testing.
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
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).
Note:
4.
Outdoor Motion Sensors:
Verify that the sensor’s coverage area doe not
extend into undesired areas that might cause
unwanted activations. These areas may include
undesired human, pet, or automobile motion.
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 the Indoor and Outdoor
Motion Sensors
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.
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Coverage Masking
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.
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.
Programming
Follow these instructions to program the sensor:
1. Open the Control Panel.
2. Enter Utility Access Code 1 or 2 using the
red-numbered buttons.
3. Press Add from the Start Menu.
4. Press the Sensor/Remote button from the Main
menu until you hear the location you wish to
use with the sensor.
The order of names the Control Panel uses
are: keychain remote, touchpad remote, front
door, back door, garage door, bedroom, guest
room, child’s room, utility room, living room,
dining room, bathroom, laundry room, kitchen,
office, den, garage, special chime, basement,
upstairs, downstairs, hallway, medicine cabinet,
closet, attic. Each name may be used more
than once.
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.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
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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)
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.
Note: When adding sensors, if you wish to use a more
descriptive location you may press the option button to
use the compass directions (north, north east, east,
south east, south, south west, west, north west).
5.
6.
Press DONE.
Enter the sensor type number (17 (intrusion),
25 (chime)) with the red numbered keys.
Note: If you wish to use a sensor number other than
the next available, enter a 2 digit sensor number with
the red numbered keys immediately after entering the
sensor type.
7.
8.
9.
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.
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Maintenance
Final Testing
At least once a year, the range and coverage
should be verified for proper operation. 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 be done to verify radio signal
integrity and confirm control panel programming
and response. The actual transmitter range can be
determined by performing a sensor test as follows:
1.
Replacing Batteries
When battery replacement is necessary, observe
proper polarity (as shown in the battery compartment) when installing the new battery, or the sensor may be damaged. 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 battery is replaced,
wait at least 3 minutes after installing the battery
before activating the walk test mode. See Figure 8 for
battery locations.
2.
3.
4.
After the sensor has been mounted, remove it
from its mounting plate and activate the
tamper switch to start the walk test mode.
Replace the sensor in its mounting plate.
Place the control panel in test mode. Move
across the detection pattern until the sensor’s
LED turns on. STOP your motion.
Listen for the appropriate system response. If
the system does not respond, proceed to the
“Troubleshooting “section.
Troubleshooting
Use the following guidelines if the system does not
respond correctly when the sensor is activated.
PIR
COVER
PWB
COVER
„
Check programming and re-program sensor
into panel if necessary.
„
Move the sensor to another location and test
for correct response.
To relocate a sensor:
LENS
1.
TABS
2.
3.
4.
SENSOR
BODY
TAMPER
SWITCH
MOUNTING
PLATE
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Figure 8. PIR Components, Battery Locations, &
Tamper Switch
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:
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.
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Specifications
Power source: 2 AA alkaline batteries
Typical battery life: 2-4 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)
Dimensions: L = 2.875” X W = 2.375” X H =
1.875”
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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ITI SAW KeyChain
Touchpad
Document Number: 466-1560 Rev. A
October 1998
SAW KeyChain Touchpad
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Disarm the system
Trigger Panic alarms
Turn system controlled lights on or off
Open the garage door or turn outside lights on
(if programmed)
Installation Guidelines
8348G03A.DS4
Use the following guidelines when adding Keychain Touchpads to the system:
• KeyChain Touchpads are learned into the Control Panel as sensors or touchpads.
• KeyChain Touchpads when programmed as
sensors are programmed as a non-supervised
sensor.
• Each learned KeyChain Touchpad uses one of
the available sensor numbers.
• KeyChain Touchpads can be programmed with
no entry delay.
60-659-95R
Installation
Instructions
Product Summary
The KeyChain Touchpad enables the user to turn
the system on and off after exiting or before entering the home or to turn on the siren and to call
the central monitoring station if there is an emergency. If lamp modules have been installed, the
KeyChain Touchpad can be used to turn all lights
using the lamp modules on or off.
Control Panel Compatibility: SIMON ™, Concord™
Programming
Follow these instructions to program the touchpad:
1. Open the control panel cover.
2. Enter Utility Access Code 1 or 2 using the
red-numbered buttons.
3. Press Add from the Start Menu.
4. Press the Sensor/Remote button from the Main
menu and you will hear keychain remote.
Note: When adding sensors, if you wish to use a more
descriptive location you may press the option button to
use the compass directions (north, north east, east,
south east, south, south west, west, north west).
5.
6.
Press DONE.
Enter the sensor type number (01, 03, 06, or
07) with the red numbered keys.
Installation Overview
Note: If you wish to use a sensor number other than the
next available, enter a 2 digit sensor number with the
red numbered keys immediately after entering the sensor type.
General Information
7.
Press the lock and unlock buttons simultaneously until the transmitter LED is lit.
The KeyChain Touchpad is an alkaline batterypowered, wireless touchpad designed to fit on a
keychain, in a pocket or purse. It provides users a
convenient option for the following system operations:
• Arm the system (doors, windows, and motion
sensors)
• Arm the system with no entry delay (if programmed)
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SAW KeyChain Touchpad
Testing KeyChain Touchpads
Used with the SIMON ™ Control
Panel
Specifications
Power Source: 12 V 33 mAh alkaline battery
Typical battery life: 5 - 8 years
Operating temperature range: 10° to 120° F
Dimensions: L = 2.30” x W = 1.45” x H =.48”
Perform Sensor Test
FCC NOTICE
The following steps describe the guidelines for testing sensors.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Open the Control Panel cover.
Enter the Utility Access Code 1 or 2 using the
red-numbered buttons.
Press the Test button once.
Press DONE.
Trip the sensor by pressing the Lock and
Unlock buttons simultaneously until the LED
is lit.
Note the number of siren beeps indicating how
many RF packets the Control Panel received
from the sensor. You should hear 7-8 beeps.
Test the KeyChain Touchpad by pressing the buttons as described below:
1. Disarm or Unlock Button -The Control Panel
is disarmed. Doors, Windows, and Motion
Sensors are disarmed.
2. Lock Button - The Control Panel may be programmed with no delay from KeyChain on or
off. The following keypresses will be dependent on programming option 28.
• if pressed once, the Control Panel arms doors
and windows.
• if pressed twice, the Control Panel arms
motion sensors.
• if pressed three times, the Control Panel activates the latchkey feature when this option is
off.
3. Light Button toggles system controlled lights
on/off.
4. Star Button - If used with the X-10 Universal
Module, the Control Panel will cause the
garage door to open or close.
5. Lock and Unlock Buttons - If learned in as
sensor type: Intrusion, Silent Alarm, or Emergency, when pressed simultaneously, will activate alarm reports to the central station. These
2 buttons are also used to test the sensor.
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This device complies with FCC Rules Part 15. operation is subject to the following two
conditions:
1) This may not cause harmful interference.
2) This device must accept any interference that may be received, including interference that may cause undesired operation.
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 SAW Door/Window
Sensor
SAW Door/Window Sensors
Document Number: 466-1559 Rev. A
October 1998
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Make sure the alignment arrow on the magnet
points to the alignment mark on the sensor.
Place sensors at least 5 inches above the floor
to avoid damaging them.
Avoid mounting sensors in areas where they
will be exposed to moisture or where the operating temperature (10°-120°F) will be
exceeded.
Use spacers (not included) to keep sensors and
magnets away from metal or metallic surfaces
such as foil wallpaper.
Installation
Instructions
Materials Needed
Product Summary
The following illustrations and procedure describe
how to install the Door/Window sensor.
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#6 flathead screws
Screwdriver or brad driver
Sensor
General Information
Magnet
Door/Window Sensors can be installed on doors,
windows, or many other objects that open and close.
The sensors transmit signals to the Control Panel
when a magnet mounted near the sensor is moved
away from or closer to the sensor.
Control Panel Compatibility: SIMON ™
Figure 1. Sensor and Magnet Positions
Installation Guidelines
Doorframe
Align Arrow
and Mark
Use the following guidelines for installing Door/
Window sensors.
•
•
Mount the sensor on the door frame and the
magnet on the door. If the sensor is to be used
on double doors, mount the sensor on the
least-used door and the magnet on the other
door.
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.
2 - AAA Batteries
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Figure 2. Aligning the Door/Window Sensor
and Magnet
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To install Door/Window sensors:
Installation Guidelines
1.
1.
2.
3.
Remove the sensor cover by pressing the button on the narrow end.
Remove the batteries to access the mounting
holes.
Mount the sensor base with two #6 flathead
screws at the locations shown in Figure 3. If you
need to connect external switches, they should be
installed at this point. Use the procedure for connecting external switches.
2.
3.
4.
5.
MOUNTING HOLES
6.
Install the magnet on the opening edge of the
door or movable part of a window.
Position the switch on the door or window
frame within one inch of the magnet.
Remove the cover from the Door/Window
Sensor.
Pass the wires on the external switch through
the rear opening at the bottom of the Door/
Window Sensor.
Attach each wire to one side of the screw terminal (#31-255). Press the screw terminal over
the wire posts.
Mount the sensor.
Programming
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Figure 3. Mounting Hole Locations (Bottom
View)
4.
5.
6.
Remove the magnet from its base. Line up the
arrow on the magnet with the mark on the
sensor.
Mount the magnet base no more than 3/8-inch
away from the sensor base. Replace the magnet cover.
Re-install the batteries and circuit board; and
attach the sensor cover to the sensor base.
Follow these instructions to program the touchpad:
1. Open the control panel cover.
2. Enter Utility Access Code 1 or 2 using the
red-numbered buttons.
3. Press Add from the Start Menu.
4. Press the Sensor/Remote button from the Main
menu until you hear the location you wish to
use with the sensor.
The order of names the Control Panel uses are:
keychain remote, touchpad remote, front door,
back door, garage door, bedroom, guest room,
child’s room, utility room, living room, dining
room, bathroom, laundry room, kitchen, office,
den, garage, special chime, basement, upstairs,
downstairs, hallway, medicine cabinet, closet,
attic. Each name may be used more than once.
Note: When window or door construction does not allow the transmitter to be installed next to the magnet,
use an external switch to install the Door/Window Sensor.
Connecting External Switches
External switches used with Door/Window Sensors
allow you to protect doors and windows when there
is inadequate room for directly mounting the sensor
or when you want to locate the Door/Window Sensor in an adjacent but less visible place.
Note: When adding sensors, if you wish to use a more
descriptive location you may press the option button to
use the compass directions (north, north east, east,
south east, south, south west, west, north west).
5.
6.
Materials and Tools Needed
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Hermetically sealed external switches (sealed
reed switch) that supply a minimum 250-millisecond open or closure on alarm (only normally closed circuits can be used on the
Simon panel)
Stranded 22-gauge wire
Small wire cutters
Sensor and magnet spacers (optional)
Press DONE.
Enter the sensor type number (10 for exterior
door, 14 for interior door, and 13 for window)
with the red numbered keys.
Note: If you wish to use a sensor number other than
the next available, enter a 2 digit sensor number with
the red numbered keys immediately after entering the
sensor type.
7.
Press the button on the top of the sensor
(cover removed).
SAW Door/Window Sensors
Testing Door/Window Sensors
used with the Simon Control Panel
To relocate a sensor:
1.
2.
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, replace the sensor.
The following steps describe the guidelines for testing sensors.
3.
4.
1.
2.
To replace a sensor:
3.
4.
5.
6.
Open the Control Panel cover.
Enter the Utility Access Code 1 or 2 using the
red-numbered buttons.
Press the Test button once.
Press DONE.
Trip the sensor (move the magnet away from
the sensor) and do not replace the magnet until
the Control Panel indicates the number of RF
packets received.
Note the number of siren beeps indicating how
many RF packets the Control Panel received
from the sensor. You should hear 7-8 beeps.
We recommend that you test the sensors after all
programming is completed and whenever a sensorrelated problem occurs.
Note: While the sensor test is a valuable installation
and service tool, it only tests sensor operation for
the current conditions. You should perform a
sensor test after any change in environment,
equipment, or programming.
If a Sensor Fails the Sensor Test
If sirens do not beep when a sensor is tripped, use
an ITI RF Sniffer (60-401) test tool to verify that
the sensor is transmitting. Constant beeps from the
RF Sniffer indicate a runaway (faulty) sensor. Replace the sensor.
1.
2.
3.
Test a known good sensor at the same location.
If the transmission beeps remain below the
minimum level, avoid mounting a sensor at
that location.
If the replacement sensor functions, contact ITI
for repair or replacement of the problem sensor.
Specifications
Power source: 2 AAA Alkaline batteries
Typical battery life: 4-6 years (Not verified by UL)
Operating temperature range: 10° to 120° F
Dimensions: L = 4.5” X W = 1.2” H = .94”
FCC NOTICE
This device complies with FCC Rules Part 15. operation is subject to the following two
conditions:
1) This may not cause harmful interference.
2) This device must accept any interference that may be received, including interference
that may cause undesired operation.
Changes or modifications not expressly approved by Interactive Technologies, Inc. can
void the user’s authority to operate the equipment.
To improve sensor communication, you
can:
•
•
•
reposition the sensor
relocate the sensor
if necessary, replace the sensor
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To reposition a sensor:
1.
2.
Rotate the sensor and test for improved sensor
communication at 90 and 180 degrees from the
original position.
If poor communication persists, relocate the
sensor as described as follows.
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SAW Door/Window Sensors
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ITI SAW Remote
Handheld Touchpad
SAW Remote Handheld Touchpad
Document Number: 466-1561 Rev. A
October 1998
users a convenient option for the following system
operations:
•
SYSTEM
STATUS
•
•
•
•
•
•
ARM
Doors &
Windows
ARM
Motion
Sensors
DISARM
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
Arm the system (doors, windows, and motion
sensors)
Arm the system with no entry delay
Disarm the system
Panic alarm
Access System Status
Turn system controlled lights on or off
Open the garage door or turn outside lights on
Installation Guidelines
On
Use the following guidelines when adding Remote
Handheld Touchpads to the system:
Off
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•
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Installation
Instructions
Remote Handheld Touchpads are learned into
the Control Panel as sensors.
They are generally programmed as non-supervised sensors using sensor type 01, 03, 06 or
07, but may be programmed into a supervised
type.
Each learned Touchpad uses one of the 24
available sensor numbers.
Programming
Product Summary
Follow these instructions to program the touchpad:
The Remote Handheld Touchpad enables you to
turn the SIMON ™ security system on and off
while in the home, turn lights controlled by the system on and off (all or individual lights), or turn on
a system siren and call the central monitoring station if there is a non-medical emergency.
Control Panel Compatibility: SIMON ™
Installation Overview
1.
2.
3.
4.
Note: When adding sensors, if you wish to use a more
descriptive location you may press the option button to
use the compass directions (north, north east, east,
south east, south, south west, west, north west).
5.
6.
General Information
Open the control panel cover.
Enter Utility Access Code 1 or 2 using the
red-numbered buttons.
Press Add from the Start Menu.
Press the Sensor/Remote button from the Main
menu until you hear touchpad remote.
Press DONE.
Enter the sensor type number (01, 03, 06, or
07) , with the red-numbered buttons.
The Remote Handheld Touchpad is an alkaline battery-powered, wireless touchpad designed to provide
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SAWRemote Handheld Touchpads
Note: If you wish to use a sensor number other than
the next available, enter a 2 digit sensor number with
the red numbered keys immediately after entering the
sensor type.
7.
Press and hold the 2 emergency buttons to trip
the sensor.
Testing Remote Handheld
Touchpads
6.
7.
Off Lights Button - Pressing this button twice
quickly turns off all lights controlled by the
system. Or when pressed once and used with
the Numeric Buttons can turn specific lights
off.
Emergency Buttons - If learned in as sensor
type 01-Intrusion, 03-Silent, 06 or 07-Emergency, when pressed simultaneously, will activate alarm reports to the central station.
Specifications
Power source: 2 AAA Alkaline batteries
Perform Sensor Test
Typical battery life: 1 year
Operating temperature range: 10° to 120° F
The following steps describe the guidelines for testing sensors.
Dimensions: L = 4.88” x W = 2.25” x H =.88”
1.
2.
FCC NOTICE
3.
4.
5.
6.
Open the Control Panel cover.
Enter the Utility Access Code 1 or 2 using the
red-numbered buttons.
Press the Test button once.
Press DONE.
Trip the sensor by pressing the 2 emergency
buttons until the Control Panel indicates the
number of RF packets received.
Note the number of siren beeps indicating how
many RF packets the Control Panel received
from the sensor. You should hear 7-8 beeps.
This device complies with FCC Rules Part 15. operation is subject to the following two
conditions:
1) This may not cause harmful interference.
2) This device must accept any interference that may be received, including interference that may cause undesired operation.
Changes or modifications not expressly approved by Interactive Technologies, Inc. can
void the user’s authority to operate the equipment.
Test Touchpad operation by pressing the buttons as
described below:
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1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
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Numeric Buttons (0 - 9) - Used to enter an
access code or turn individual lights on or off.
Disarm Button -The Control Panel is disarmed
to level 1. Doors, Windows, and Motion Sensors are disarmed. Disarm also requires the
access code to be entered.
ARM Doors & Windows Button - The Control
Panel is armed to level 2.
ARM Motion Sensors Button - The Control
Panel is armed to level 3. If the ARM Doors
& Windows button was previously pressed, the
Control Panel is armed to level 4 (Doors/Windows and Motion Sensors armed).
On Lights Button - Pressing this button twice
quickly activates all lights controlled by the
system. Or when pressed once and used with
the Numeric Buttons can turn specific lights
on.
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Document Number: 466-1541 Rev. C
November 1999
Installation Instructions
Product Summary
Programming
The ITI Learn Mode™ Freeze Sensor detects a furnace failure in a home or business. The Freeze Sensor contains a
bimetallic switch wired to a transmitter. It activates the
switch when the surrounding temperature drops to about
41°F. After the sensor is tripped, the Freeze Sensor will
send a restore signal to the panel when the temperature rises
to 50°F.
Follow these instructions to program the freeze sensor:
Tools and Equipment Needed
❑
❑
❑
❑
1.
Open the control panel cover.
2.
Enter Utility Access Code 1 or 2 using the red-numbered buttons.
3.
Press Add from the Start Menu.
4.
Press the Sensor/Remote button from the Main menu
until you hear the location you wish to use with the sensor.
Slotted screwdriver, if using screws instead of the
included double-faced tape
The panel installation instructions, for more detailed
instructions on programming sensors
Ice cube
Plastic bag
The order of names the Control Panel uses are: keychain remote, touchpad remote, front door, back door,
garage door, bedroom, guest room, child’s room, utility room, living room, dining room, bathroom, laundry
room, kitchen, office, den, garage, special chime,
basement, upstairs, downstairs, hallway, medicine
cabinet, closet, attic. Each name may be used more
than once.
Installation Guidelines
Note
When adding sensors, if you wish to use a more
descriptive location you may press the option button to
use the compass directions (north, north east, east,
south east, south, south west, west, north west).
Do
❑
❑
❑
❑
Keep the transmitter within 100 feet of the panel. In
open air, the transmitter has a range of 500 feet, but the
indoor range will be shorter.
Locate the sensor in an area that is likely to get cold
first.
Locate the sensor on an interior wall where there is free
movement of air.
Program and test the Freeze Sensor before you permanently attach it to anything.
Do not
❑ Locate the sensor in the same room as a furnace, water
heater, or any other heat source that may stay warm
after the furnace fails.
❑ Locate the sensor on an outside wall or near the basement floor.
❑ Place in areas with excessive metal or electrical wiring;
these may keep the sensor’s signals from reaching the
panel.
❑ Place sensor in an area where it will be exposed to
moisture.
❑ Place sensor in a location where the temperature will
exceed the sensor’s operating limits of 10° to 120°F.
5.
Press DONE.
6.
Enter the sensor type number (29) with the red numbered keys.
Note
If you wish to use a sensor number other than the next
available, enter a 2 digit sensor number with the red
numbered keys immediately after entering the sensor
type.
7.
Press the button on the top of the sensor (cover
removed) until the control panel confirms the programming. If the button is not held down long enough, SYSTEM STATUS will report the sensor is open.
Testing
Perform Sensor Test
The following steps describe the guidelines for testing sensors.
Learn Mode Freeze Sensor
1
Installation
1.
Open the Control Panel cover.
5.
Location of screw mounting holes
2.
Enter the Utility Access Code 1 or 2 using the red-numbered buttons.
6.
Replace the batteries.
7.
Replace the sensor’s outer cover.
3.
Press the Test button once.
4.
Press DONE.
Specifications
5.
Trip the sensor by pressing the button on the top of the
sensor (cover removed) until the control panel indicates
the number of RF packets received. If the button is not
held down long enough, SYSTEM STATUS will report
the sensor is open.
Battery:
two 1.5 VDC alkaline AAA batteries
Battery life:
4 to 5 years
Compatibility:
Simon™, Generic Loop Receiver
Dimensions:
4.5'' × 1.13'' × 0.88'' (L × W × D)
6.
Note the number of siren beeps indicating how many
RF packets the Control Panel received from the sensor.
You should hear 7-8 beeps.
To test sensor operation:
1.
Make sure the Freeze Sensor is in its secure (nonalarm) state.
2.
From the panel, begin a sensor test, as explained above.
3.
To trip the Freeze Sensor, use a piece of ice in a plastic
bag to cool the bimetallic switch. When the bimetallic
switch reaches approximately 41°F, the sensor sends an
RF signal to the panel.
4.
Note the number of beeps, which indicates the device’s
signal strength.
5.
The Freeze Sensor will reset when the surrounding
temperature reaches 50°F.
Installation
Temperature range: 10° to 120°F
Supervisory signal
transmission:
Every 64 minutes
Transmitter range:
500 feet in open air
Transmitter type:
SAW (Surface Acoustical Wave),
319.5 MHz radio frequency
FCC NOTICE
This gdevice complies with FCC Rules Part 15. operation is subject to the following two conditions:
1) This may not cause harmful interference.
In case there are problems with the Freeze Sensor, permanently install it only after programming and testing it.
CAUTION
2) This device must accept any interference that may be received, including interference that may
cause undesired operation.
Changes or modifications not expressly approved by Interactive Technologies, Inc. can void the
user’s authority to operate the equipment..
You must be free of all static electricity when handling
sensors. Touch a grounded metal object before
handling the circuit board.
1.
Secure the sensor base to the clean, dry, nonporous
mounting surface using the double-faced tape.
Or—Follow steps 2 through 7 to secure the sensor base to
the mounting surface using the screws (included).
2.
Remove the Freeze Sensor’s outer cover by pressing
the round button on the end of the sensor.
3.
Remove the batteries from the sensor to access the
screw mounting holes underneath it.
4.
Use the included #6 pan head screws to secure the sensor base to the mounting surface. If mounting on plaster, use the appropriate fasteners. Use the slotted
mounting hole for alignment (see Figure 5).
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ITI Part No. 60-744
Document Number: 466-1539 Rev. C
January 2000
Installation Instructions
Product Summary
Note
The ITI SAW Learn Mode™ Water Sensor detects a water
leak in a home or business. The detector is connected to the
sensor by an 8-foot (2.4-meter) cable. Water that reaches
both detector contact points activates the sensor, causing it
to transmit an alarm signal.
The SAW 319.5 MHz transmitter has an operating range of
at least 500 feet in open air (depending on panel type and
installation environment). The sensor has an estimated battery life of 3 to 5 years.
Tools and Equipment Needed
❑
❑
❑
❑
Double-sided tape (included) for mounting the detector
and sensor
1.5-inch wire (used for programming the sensor)
#6 pan head screws (included) if mounting sensor without double-sided tape is preferred
Slotted screwdriver (not included) if mounting sensor
with screws
Installation Guidelines
This section describes the detector and sensor (transmitter)
mounting requirements.
The contact points on the detector may corrode if
exposed to water for more than 24 hours. Instruct your
customer to temporarily remove the detector from the
water, if possible, during a flood to avoid damaging the
detector.
Sensor Mounting:
❑
❑
❑
Programming
This section describes how to add (learn) the sensor into the
memory of compatible panels.
Simon® Panels
1.
Open the control panel cover.
2.
Enter Utility Access Code 1 or 2 using the red-numbered buttons.
3.
Press Add from the Start Menu.
4.
Press the Sensor/Remote button from the Main menu
until you hear the location name you wish to use with
the sensor. The panel announces the names in the following order:
Detector Mounting:
❑
Program and test the sensor before mounting.
Install the sensor where it is easily accessible and not
exposed to moisture or extreme temperatures.
Locate the sensor within 100 feet of the panel whenever possible. Although the sensor has an open-air
range of at least 500 feet, the indoor range may be less.
Install the detector on the floor for low water-level
detection or on the bottom of a wall, just above the
floor for higher water-level detection.
keychain remote, touchpad remote, front door, back
door, garage door, bedroom, guest room, child’s room,
utility room, living room, dining room, bathroom, laundry room, kitchen, office, den, garage, special chime,
basement, upstairs, downstairs, hallway, medicine cabinet, closet, attic.
Transmitter
Transmitter
Each name may be used more than once.
Note
Detector mounted
for high level water
(on wall)
Detector mounted
for low level water
(on floor)
Figure 1. Detector Mounting Options
SAW Learn Mode Water Sensor
When adding sensors, if you wish to use a more
descriptive location you may press the option button to
use the compass directions (north, north east, east,
south east, south, south west, west, north west).
5.
Press DONE.
6.
Enter the sensor type number (29) with the red numbered keys.
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Testing the Water Sensor
Note
If you wish to use a sensor number other than the next
available, enter a 2-digit sensor number with the red
numbered keys immediately after entering the sensor
type.
7.
Remove the sensor outer cover by pressing the cover
release button on the end of the transmitter (see Figure
2).
10. Press and hold the “PRESS TO PROGRAM” plastic
tab on the sensor for at least one full second. The
touchpad display should advance to the next available
sensor number, indicating the panel learned the Water
Sensor.
11. Press ‚ repeatedly until the display shows SYSTEM
PROGRAMMING.
12. Press A or B until the display shows EXIT PROGRAMMING, then press ƒ.
13. Remove the wire from the detector.
Cover release button
Figure 2. Transmitter Cover Release Button
8.
Press and hold the “PRESS TO PROGRAM” plastic
tab on the sensor until the control panel confirms the
programming.
Quik Bridge® Loop Receivers
The sensor must be in the alarm state for loop receivers to
learn the sensor correctly.
1.
Remove the sensor outer cover by pressing the cover
release button on the end of the transmitter (see Figure
2).
2.
Short across the detector by wrapping the wire around
the two contact points (see Figure 3).
3.
Enter program mode by sliding the DIP switch up. The
low battery and supervisory LEDs blink back and forth.
Zone LEDs turn on if sensors are already learned into
those zones.
4.
Press and release the ADV switch until the desired
zone LED turns on. (Pressing and holding the ADV
switch advances to the next zone and causes the zone
LED to flicker.)
5.
Press and release the SEL switch once to select this
zone for learning sensors. The zone LED remains on
and the low battery and supervisory LEDs stop flashing.
6.
Trip the sensor by pressing and holding the “PRESS
TO PROGRAM” plastic tab on the sensor for at least
one full second. Each time the receiver learns a sensor,
the selected zone LED blinks once.
7.
Exit program mode by sliding the DIP switch back
down.
8.
Remove the wire from the detector.
Concord™ and Concord Express™ Panels
The sensor must be in the alarm state for Concord family
panels to learn the sensor correctly.
1.
2.
Remove the sensor outer cover by pressing the cover
release button on the end of the transmitter (see Figure
2).
Short across the detector by wrapping the wire around
the two contact points (see Figure 3).
Contact Points
Adhesive Tape
Figure 3. Detector Components (Shown Upside-Down)
3.
Using an alphanumeric touchpad, enter program mode
by pressing 8 + 4 3 2 1 + 0 + 0. The display
shows SYSTEM PROGRAMMING.
4.
Press ƒ and the display shows SECURITY.
5.
Press A or B repeatedly until the display shows SENSORS.
6.
7.
9.
2
Perform Sensor Test
Press ƒ and the display shows LEARN SENSORS.
For panels with partitions, press ƒ and the display
shows SENSOR PTN 1.
Press ƒ to select partition 1 or press 2 + ƒ to select
partition 2.
8.
Testing the Water Sensor
The display should now show SENSOR GROUP 00.
Press 2 + 9 to select sensor group 29, then press ƒ.
The display shows TRIP SENSOR nn, where nn is the
next available sensor number. To change the displayed
sensor number, select the desired 2-digit sensor number
and press ƒ.
The following steps describe the general guidelines for testing the sensor. Refer to the specific panel installation
instructions or reference manual for complete testing
details.
1.
Place the control panel into dealer sensor test mode.
2.
Trip the sensor by pressing the “PRESS TO PROGRAM” plastic tab on the sensor (cover removed) until
the panel indicates the number of RF packets received.
3.
Listen for the appropriate siren response as described in
the panel installation instructions.
SAW Learn Mode Water Sensor
Installation
4.
Exit from dealer sensor test mode.
Test Sensor Operation
1.
Make sure the Water Sensor is in the secure (nonalarm, dry) state.
2.
Place the control panel into sensor test mode.
3.
Trip the sensor by shorting across the detector by wrapping the wire around the two contact points (see Figure
3).
4.
Listen for the appropriate siren response as described in
the panel installation instructions.
5.
Remove the wire from the two detector contact points
to send a restore signal to the panel.
6.
Exit from sensor test mode.
To install the Water Sensor using screws:
1.
Prepare a clean, dry mounting surface for the detector.
2.
Secure the detector to the mounting surface using the
double-faced tape (included).
3.
Remove the Water Sensor transmitter outer cover by
pressing the round button on the end of the transmitter
(see Figure 2).
4.
Remove the batteries from the transmitter to access the
screw mounting hole underneath them.
5.
Use the included #6 pan head screws to secure the
transmitter to the mounting surface. If mounting on
plaster, use the appropriate fasteners. Use the slotted
mounting hole for alignment (see Figure 5).
Installation
Permanently install the Water Sensor only after programming and testing it.
Note
Once the sensor has been installed it is recommended that you test the sensor range.
To install the Water Sensor without using screws:
1.
Prepare a clean, dry mounting surface for the detector
and transmitter.
2.
Secure the detector to the mounting surface using the
double-faced tape (included).
3.
Secure the Water Sensor transmitter to the mounting
surface using the double-faced tape.
Figure 5. Installing the Water Sensor with Screws
6.
Replace the batteries.
7.
Replace the transmitter outer cover.
Figure 4. Installing the Water Sensor without Screws
SAW Learn Mode Water Sensor
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Specifications
Specifications
Compatibility:
Simon, Concord, Concord Express,
Quik Bridge Loop Receiver
Power Source:
Two 1.5 V Alkaline AAA batteries
Temperature Range:
10° to 120° F
Dimensions:
Detector
1.80” x 0.94” x 0.50” (L x W x D)
Transmitter
4.5” x 1.13” x 0.94” (L x W x D)
Notices
This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. 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.
Changes or modifications not expressly approved by Interactive Technologies, Inc. can void the user’s authority to operate the equipment.
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Technologies Inc.
Learn Mode, Concord, and Concord Express are trademarks of Interactive
Technologies Inc.
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SAW Learn Mode Water Sensor
Touchtalk 2-Way RF
Touchpad
Document Number: 466-1595 Rev. C
March 1999
Touchtalk 2-Way RF Touchpad
Installation Overview
General Information
The Touchtalk 2-Way RF Touchpad is an alkaline battery-powered, wireless touchpad designed to provide
users a convenient option for the following system operations:
•
•
•
•
•
•
60-788
60-788
Installation Instructions
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Arm the system (doors, windows, and motion
sensors)
Arm the system with no entry delay
Disarm the system
Panic alarm
Access System Status
Turn system controlled lights on or off (all or
individual)
Open the garage door or turn outside lights on
Note:
Product Summary
The wall-mounted wireless Touchtalk 2-Way RF
Touchpad combines a conventional ITI Learn Mode™
touchpad with an RF receiver, speech chip, and voice
amplification circuit. The Touchtalk 2-Way RF Touchpad enables you to turn the SIMON® security system
on and off while in the home, turn lights controlled by
the system on and off (all or individual lights), or turn
on a system siren and call the central monitoring station if there is a non-medical emergency. It enables the
user to hear the same voice feedback as would be heard
at the Simon Control Panel.
The voice feedback is heard only at the touchpad that
is in use. If the touchpad is talking, the panel is silent;
when the panel is talking, the touchpad is silent. The
touchpad is not a siren and will not make any alarm
sounds or status beeps. This feature extends battery life
to the touchpad and gives feedback only to the user
who needs it.
The voice feedback is heard only at the touchpad that is in use. If the touchpad is talking,
the panel is silent; when the panel is talking,
the touchpad is silent. The touchpad is not a
siren and will not make any alarm sounds or
status beeps. This feature extends battery life
to the touchpad and gives feedback only to
the user who needs it.
Installation Guidelines
Use the following guidelines when adding this touchpad to the system:
•
•
•
•
Touchtalk 2-Way RF Touchpads are learned into
the Control Panel as sensors.
They are programmed as non-supervised sensors
using sensor type 01, 03, 06 or 07.
Each learned Touchpad uses one of the available
sensor numbers (24 total sensors/zones can be
used with this security panel).
The Touchtalk 2-Way RF Touchpad is mounted
on the wall.
The Touchtalk 2-Way RF Touchpad is not supervised
and has no tamper detection. A low battery condition is
automatically detected by the touchpad and communicated to the control panel.
Control Panel Compatibility: SIMON® (Only Version
2 and later [# 60-776])
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Touchtalk 2-Way RF Touchpad
Programming
For complete programming instructions, refer to the
SIMON® installation instructions. General guidelines
for programming this sensor are:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Open the control panel cover.
Enter Utility Access Code 1 or 2 using the rednumbered buttons.
Press Add from the Start Menu.
Press the Sensor/Remote button from the Main
menu until you hear “touchpad remote.”
Testing Touchtalk 2-Way RF
Touchpads
Perform Sensor Test
The touchpad is sensitive to its orientation to the Control Panel. For that reason, it is recommended that you
test the touchpad prior to mounting it on a wall.
The following steps describe the guidelines for testing
sensors.
The order of names the Control Panel uses are:
keychain remote, touchpad remote, front door,
back door, garage door, bedroom, guest room,
child’s room, utility room, living room, dining
room, bathroom, laundry room, kitchen, office,
den, garage, special chime, basement, upstairs,
downstairs, hallway, medicine cabinet, closet,
attic. Each name may be used more than once.
1.
2.
Press DONE.
Enter the sensor type number (01, 03, 06, or 07)
with the red- numbered buttons.
6.
3.
4.
5.
Open the Control Panel cover.
Enter the Utility Access Code 1 or 2 using the
red-numbered buttons.
Press the Test button once.
Press DONE.
Trip the touchpad by pressing and holding the 2
emergency buttons until the Control Panel indicates the number of RF packets received.
Note the number of siren beeps indicating how
many RF packets the Control Panel received from
the sensor. You should hear 7-8 beeps.
Note: If you wish to use a sensor number other than
the next available, enter a 2 digit sensor number with
the red numbered keys immediately after entering the
sensor type.
We recommend that you test the touchpad after all programming is completed and whenever a touchpad-related problem occurs.
7.
If a Touchpad Fails the Sensor Test
Press and hold the 2 emergency buttons to trip the
sensor.
If sirens do not beep when a touchpad is tripped, use
an ITI RF Sniffer (60-401) test tool to verify that the
touchpad is transmitting. Constant beeps from the RF
Sniffer indicate a runaway (faulty) touchpad. Replace
the touchpad.
To improve sensor communication, you
can:
•
•
•
reposition the touchpad
relocate the touchpad
if necessary, replace the touchpad
To reposition a touchpad:
1.
2.
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Rotate the touchpad and test for improved communication at 90 and 180 degrees from the original position.
If poor communication persists, relocate the
touchpad as described as follows.
Touchtalk 2-Way RF Touchpad
To relocate a touchpad:
1.
2.
3.
4.
Test the touchpad a few inches from the original
position.
Increase the distance from the original position
and retest until an acceptable location is found.
Mount the touchpad in the new location.
If no location is acceptable, replace the touchpad.
To replace a touchpad:
1.
2.
3.
Test a known good touchpad at the same location.
If the transmission beeps remain below the minimum level, avoid mounting a touchpad at that
location.
If the replacement touchpad functions, contact
ITI for repair or replacement of the problem
touchpad.
Mounting the Touchtalk 2-Way
RF Touchpad
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
ARM Doors & Windows Button - The Control
Panel is armed to level 2.
ARM Motion Sensors Button - The Control Panel
is armed to level 3. If the ARM Doors & Windows button was previously pressed, the Control
Panel is armed to level 4 (Doors/Windows and
Motion Sensors armed).
Lights On Button - Pressing this button twice
quickly, activates all lights controlled by the system.
Lights Off Button - Pressing this button twice
quickly, turns off all lights controlled by the system.
Emergency Buttons - If learned in as sensor type
01-Intrusion, 03-Silent, 06 or 07-Emergency,
when pressed simultaneously, will activate alarm
reports to the central station.
Specifications
Power source: 3 AAA Alkaline batteries
To mount the touchpad on a wall, do the following:
1.
2.
3.
4.
Open the door of the touchpad.
Gently pull down on the tab at the bottom of the
touchpad to separate the touchpad body from the
touchpad mounting plate.
Use the two screws included with the touchpad to
attach the touchpad to the wall.
Reattach the touchpad to the mounting plate.
Perform Sensor Test After Mounting
the Touchpad
Typical battery life: 3 year
Operating temperature range: 0° to 120° F
Dimensions: H = 5.25” x W = 3.5” x Depth =1”
FCC NOTICE
This device complies with FCC Rules Part 15. operation is subject to the following two
conditions:
1) This may not cause harmful interference.
2) This device must accept any interference that may be received, including interference
that may cause undesired operation.
Changes or modifications not expressly approved by Interactive Technologies, Inc. can
void the user’s authority to operate the equipment.
Repeat the steps listed in the perform sensor test paragraph on the previous page.
Note: While the sensor test is a valuable installation
and service tool, it only tests sensor operation for
the current conditions. You should perform a
sensor test after any change in environment,
equipment, or programming.
6 5 1 - 7 7 7 - 2 6 9 0
6 5 1 - 7 7 9 - 4 8 9 0
Test Touchpad operation by pressing the buttons as described below:
1.
2.
Numeric Buttons (0 - 9) - Used to enter an access
code or turn individual lights on or off.
Disarm Button -The Control Panel is disarmed to
level 1. Doors, Windows, and Motion Sensors are
disarmed. Disarm also requires the access code to
be entered.
Changes or modifications not expressly approved by Interactive Technologies,
Inc. can void the users’ authority to operate the equipment.
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