Install Sheets - Omaha Security Systems

Install Sheets - Omaha Security Systems
N8023-5EN (Part of N8023-5V1 8/99)
®
998MX
Coverage:
* If the control panel supports Serial No. programming,
you MUST configure the 998MX as a Serial No. device
(see Address/Serial No. ID section).
TOP VIEW
25 ft
(7.6m)
0
90˚
25 ft
(7.6m)
ALTERNATE COUNT POLARITY
EACH ZONE CONSIST OF 2 FIELDS
7 ft
(2.1m)
3 ft (1m)
8 ft
(2.4m)
25 ft
(7.6m)
DOWNWARD-LOOKING
BEAM 1 ft (0.3m) FROM WALL
50 ft DOWNWARD-LOOKING
BEAM
(15m)
(FRONT VIEW)
Protection Pattern, Standard Lens
Protection Pattern, No.99LR Long Range Lens
TOP VIEW
Detection Zones:
W/Standard Lens: 18 zones (9 long range,
5 intermediate, 2 short range).
W/Optional Lenses: 99PA: 12 zones
99LR: 5 zones (1 long range,
2 intermediate, 2 short range).
Detector provides one “downward looking” zone with all lenses (downward looking lens must be masked when using the
99PA).
Pulse Count:
Installer-selectable (1, 2, or 3)
Detectable
Walk Rate:
0.5–5 ft/Sec (0.15m –1.5m/Sec)
Mount Height:
7 ft nominal (2.1m)
Red LED with enable/disable link
Indicator:
Input Voltage:
8-11V peak to peak at polling
loop terminals.
Current:
1mA (LED disabled)
3mA (alarm LED enabled)
Standby:
Power source should be capable
of at least 4 hours of battery
standby.
14°F to 122°F (-10° to +50°C)
Operating Temp:
Humidity:
Up to 95% RH (max.),noncondensing.
Dimensions:
2”W x 4”H x 2”D (max protrusion)
(67mm x 111mm x 54mm).
Installation
Normal Mounting:
Mount the unit to a firm vertical surface. The wall wiring
hole should be no more than 5/16” (8mm) in diameter.
1. Remove the front cover as shown in Figure 1.
2. Refer to Figure 2. Knockout holes “A” in the
base are for normal surface mounting on a
wall (slide PC board up for access to bottom
holes, down for access to top holes). For corner mounting, see Corner Mounting section.
Also break out the desired wire entry hole at
this time (marked X1 or X2 in Fig. 2).
3. Feed wiring emerging from the wall through
the wire access hole near the top of the
detector base. Make sure wires have sufficient
slack to allow the PC board to be moved up
and down freely when the wires are connected to the terminals on the board.
4. Mount the base. Note the mounting orientation of this detector – wire entry at the top,
lens at the bottom!
5. Refer to the Wiring Connections section
before replacing the front cover.
Corner Mounting:
Knockout holes “B” in the base are used for corner
mounting on a wall (slide PC board up for access to
bottom holes, down for access to top holes). Mount in
selected corner with 4 screws (see Fig. 3).
Note the mounting orientation of this detector –
wire entry at the top, lens at the bottom! Make sure
the board is positioned so that the arrow is in line with
the appropriate setting on the graduated scale (see
Fig. 5 and Table 1).
Protection Pattern, No 99PA Pet Alley Lens
(2) REMOVE
(2)
REMOVE
COVER
COVER
IMPORTANT
NOTE THE MOUNTING
ORIENTATION OF THIS
DETECTOR. WIRE ENTRY
IS AT THE TOP, AND LENS
IS AT THE BOTTOM!
▲
▲
DOWNWARD-LOOKING
▲ (1) INSERT
▲
SCREWDRIVER
WINDOW
DOWNWARD-LOOKING
IN(1)
GROOVE
TWIST
INSERTAND
SCREWDRIVER
WINDOW
IN GROOVE AND TWIST
Figure 1. Cover Removal
X1
B
B
X2
A
A
+ –
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
KNOCKOUT HOLES
A = SURFACE
MOUNTING (4)
B=
JP1
1
2
4
8
16
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This detector is also equipped with “downward looking”
optics to cover the normally “dead” zone directly beneath
a detector.
The detector is shipped with the standard wide-angle lens
installed, but also supports the supplied pet alley lens
(99PA) and long-range lens (99LR). An optional swivel
mounting bracket (998SB) is available (purchased separately).
Optional Lens:
Standard Wide-Angle Lens
50 ft x 50 ft (15.2m x 15.2m), 90°
99PA, Pet Alley Lens
50 ft x 70 ft (15m x 21.3m), 100°
99LR, Long Range Lens
100 ft x 10 ft (30m x 3m)
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Specifications
This passive infrared motion detector is designed for use
with control panels that support polling loop devices
equipped with DIP switches or polling loop devices that
require their serial number to be “programmed*”. It is a
versatile wall-mounted unit employing Fresnel lenses and
offering efficient protection patterns for commercial and
residential applications. Best coverage will be obtained if
mounting is selected such that the likely direction of
intruder motion is across the pattern.
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General Information
Passive Infrared Detector
ON
Installation Instructions
CORNER
MOUNTING (4)
X1 =
TOP WIRE ENTRY
(SURFACE WIRING)
X2 =
REAR WIRE ENTRY
(IN-WALL WIRING)
LED
+5°
-0°
-5°
-10°
-15°
-20°
Figure 2.
Detector Base
CORNER
OF
WALL
DETECTOR
BASE
MOUNTING SCREWS (USE 4)
Figure 3. Corner Mounting
Changing lenses (if required)
1. Remove front cover.
2. Release the lens support frame located in
front cover as follows: insert the blade of a
small screwdriver between the locking tab and
the detector case in each of the four corners of
the frame, and lever each tab upward to
release. See Figure 4. When all four corners
are released, remove the lens support frame.
3. Remove the existing lens and replace with the
replacement lens. The lens must be installed
with the smooth side facing outward. Also,
the lens should be oriented with its part
number on the upper right-hand side (see
Fig. 4). Be sure to center the lens.
Note: Lens surface should be free of dirt,
foreign matter and fingerprints. Use a clean,
dry, soft cloth to wipe lens surfaces.
4. Insert the lens support frame into its original
position and then press downward on the frame
so that the lens locking tabs snap into position in
each of the four corners.
LED
ENABLE/DISABLE
SWITCHES 1–7
FOR SETTING
ADDRESS
DIP SWITCH USAGE
PULSE
COUNT
1–7: USED FOR SETTING ADDRESS (FOR USE
WITH CONTROLS THAT DO NOT SUPPORT
“LEARNING” DEVICES). SEE “POINT ID
PROGRAMMING CHART.”
ON
MPX
BUS
+
–
MARKER
VERTICAL
ADJUSTMENT
SCALE. SLIDE
BOARD UP OR
DOWN TO
APPROPRIATE
SETTING (SEE
TABLE 1).
FOR SERIAL #:
1. SET ALL ADDRESS
SWITCHES TO “OFF”
2. CUT JUMPER JP1
+5°
-0°
-5°
-10°
-15°
-20°
8: LED ENABLE/DISABLE:
UP (ON) DISABLES LED;
DOWN (OFF) ENABLES LED.
JP1
1
2
4
8
16
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ADDRESS
ON – UP
OFF– DOWN
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
SWITCH SETTINGS
1 PC: 9 UP, 10 DN
2 PC: 9 DN, 10 UP
3 PC: 9 DN, 10 DN
LED DISABLE: 8 UP
LED
DET
DIP
SWITCHES
SHOWN
IN “ON” (UP)
POSITIONS.
SEE “DIP
SWITCH
USAGE”
BELOW.
Figure 5. Wiring Connections
Figure 4. Changing Lenses
5. Refer to Vertical Pattern Adjustment and
Table 1 for recommended detector pattern
setting for various mounting heights and
protection ranges.
6. Replace front cover.
Horizontal Adjustment of Lens
The protection pattern can be moved to the left
or right by horizontal adjustment as follows:
1. Remove front cover.
2. Grasp the lens firmly on both sides (front and
back) and slide the lens to the left or right, as
needed. The lens may be moved as much as
4° (from center) in either direction.
3. Replace front cover.
After adjustment, conduct a walk test to ensure
proper coverage of the area to be protected
(see Test Procedures).
Vertical Pattern Adjustment
The protection pattern can be raised or lowered by
re-positioning the PC board in the detector. A graduated scale to the right of the board (see Fig. 5) indicates the approximate number of degrees by which
the pattern can be raised (max +5°) or lowered
(max -20°). To make this adjustment, loosen the
screw holding the PC board. Slide the board upward
or downward by the number of degrees required,
then tighten the holding screw again. Table 1 indicates the recommended setting at various mounting heights and protection ranges for each of the
available lenses.
After any adjustment, conduct a Walk-Test to ensure
proper coverage of the area to be protected; see
Test Procedures.
Lens Masking
The supplied masking strips can be used to produce a protection pattern that suits the particular
requirements of the protected area, or eliminate
coverage from areas where you anticipate environmental disturbances that might reduce the PIR’s
stability (a heater or other heat-producing object, for
example). Simply peel off the appropriate pressuresensitive adhesive strip(s) and apply over the
desired lens segment(s). Be sure to affix the masking strips to the inside of the lens (not the outer,
smooth side). Each lens segment that is masked
results in the elimination of one zone of protection
from the coverage pattern.
The standard lens can be used to provide a pet
alley. To do so, mask the bottom two rows (see
Fig. 4) and mount as though the optional pet alley
lens were installed.
IMPORTANT: If using the Pet Alley lens or if you
have masked the standard lens to emulate a pet
alley lens, you must also mask the look-down
window.
9/10: PULSE COUNT SELECTION:
FOR PC 1: 9 UP (ON), 10 DOWN (OFF).
FOR PC 2: 9 DOWN (OFF), 10 UP (ON).
FOR PC 3: 9 DOWN (OFF), 10 DOWN (OFF).
Wiring Connections
Bring polling loop wires in through the wire access slot
at the top of the detector base (near the terminal block)
and connect to the screw terminals (see fig. 5). Seal any
opening in the base with foam or RTV (not supplied) to
prevent drafts or insects from entering the unit. Apply
power only after the wiring connections have been
made and are inspected.
Address/Serial No. ID
The 998MX can be configured as either a serial number polling loop device or a DIP switch polling loop
device (for controls that do not support serial number
devices).
IMPORTANT: You must use the serial number configuration if using this PIR with a control that supports
Serial No. devices.
Use the DIP switches only if using this PIR with a control that does not support Serial No. devices.
Selectable 1-, 2-, or 3-event pulse count is provided by
setting DIP switches 9 and 10 as shown in Figure 5.
When programmed for 2- or 3- event pulse count, the
detector will signal an alarm within 3 to 4 steps, since
the processing logic requires more complex motion
than just a momentary event. When the detector verifies an intrusion, the LED lights for approximately 1 to
3 seconds.
LED Enable/Disable Option
The Alarm LED is disabled when the LED enable/disable DIP switch (#8) is in the up position. To enable the
LED, set the #8 DIP switch to the down position. See
Figure 5.
Note: The LED is viewed through the front cover lens.
Tamper Switch
Removal of the cover causes a tamper switch to open.
The control panel is automatically notified via the polling
loop when this event occurs.
For DIP switch configuration, set DIP switches 1–7
according to the Zone Number Programming Chart on
the next page.
For serial number configuration, cut jumper JP1 off
at the base, and set DIP switches 1–7 to the OFF positions (DOWN).
If the PIR is to be used with a control that supports
serial number devices, this PIR’s serial number can be
entered by one of the following methods:
1. Downloading (Zone Definition screen of Compass
Downloading software). Recommended for large
installations and installations where foot traffic
cannot be controlled.
2. Entered in manually at the "learn" prompt during
manual zone programming (see Important note
below). This PIR’s unique factory-assigned serial
number can be found on the bar code label on the
left side of the PC board cover.
3. Entered by faulting the detector twice while at the
"learn" prompt during manual zone programming.
IMPORTANT: If you are programming manually, be
sure that other polling loop sensors are not activated
so that they cannot send a signal to the control while
this PIR is being programmed (mask PIRs, don't
open/close doors, etc.).
Test Procedures
3.
Test the downward-looking zone by walking along
the wall directly beneath the detector (this does
not apply to the Pet Alley lens or the standard
lens masked to act as a Pet Alley lens, which
should have the downward-looking window on
the detector masked).
To enter the serial number at the control, refer to
the control's programming instructions, noting the
following:
Input Type = 6 (SL: Serial Number Polling Loop Device)
Loop Number = 1
To fault the PIR when prompted, simply move your
hand in front of the detector. The keypad will beep to
confirm the signal. Wait 3–6 seconds before faulting
the second time.
4.
If pulse count is to be used, set the pulse count
jumper to desired setting and repeat the walk test
procedure. With pulse count on, the LED serves
as an alarm indicator.
Pulse Count Option
This detector includes Pulse Count circuitry that provides stability in adverse environments to minimize
false alarms.
2
IMPORTANT: Two-minute warm-up time is required
after applying power. Testing should be conducted
with the protected area cleared of all people. Disarm
the protective system’s control during the test procedure to prevent reporting of unwanted alarms.
1.
Remove front cover and set the Pulse Count
switches for "PC1" switch #9 up, switch #10
down). This will provide instant response.
Set the LED enable/disable switch #8 to the down
position to enable the LED.
2.
Replace front cover and walk through protective
zones, observing that the detector’s LED lights
whenever motion is detected. (The LED serves as
a Walk-Test Indicator during this procedure.
Note: In the Instant mode, the LED stays lit for
approximately 1–3 seconds after detecting
motion.
The absolute range of all PIR units is subject to variation
because of different types of clothing, backgrounds and
ambient temperature. For this reason, ensure that the
most likely intruder routes are well within the PIR’s protective zones and that Walk-Testing is carried out along
these routes.
After the Walk-Test is complete, the LED may be disabled (switch #8 in the down position).
998MX Point ID Programming Chart
If using DIP Switches: For zone numbers 1–128, do not cut jumper JP1; for zone numbers [129]–[254], cut JP1.
IMPORTANT: If the control panel supports Serial No. programming, you MUST configure the 998MX as a Serial No. device (not a DIP
Switch device). When programming Serial numbers, cut JP1 and set all DIP switches to the OFF position.
Position
Value
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TABLE 1. INSTALLATION GUIDE FOR LENSES
PET ALLEY LENS– 998-PA
STANDARD LENSES
Mounting Height: 3 ft –3.5 ft (0.9–1m)
Vertical Pattern Setting (for all ranges): +4°
Important: Be sure to affix the provided masking
label over the look-down window.
PROTECTION RANGE
Mtg
Height
8.5Ft
(2.6m)
8Ft
(2.4m)
7Ft
(21m)
6Ft
(1.8m)
15'
20'
30'
40'
50'
(4.6m) (6m) (9m) (12m) (15m)
-20°
-16° -11° -8°
-7°
-20°
-15°
-10°
-8°
-6°
-16°
-12°
-8°
-6°
-5°
-13°
-10°
-6°
-5°
-4°
TO THE INSTALLER
–––– Vertical Pattern Setting –––––
LONG RANGE - 998-LR
PROTECTION RANGE
Mtg
Height
8.5Ft
(2.6m)
8Ft
(2.4m)
7Ft
(21m)
6Ft
(1.8m)
20'
(6m)
-15°
40'
60'
80'
(12m) (18m) (24m)
-9°
-6°
-5°
100'
(30.4m)
-5°
-14°
-8°
-6°
-5°
-4°
-11°
-6°
-5°
-4°
-4°
-8°
-5°
-4°
-3°
-3°
Vertical Pattern Setting
* Important: When using the Long Range lens, set the
PIR for Instant response (Pulse Count 1).
TROUBLESHOOTING
PROBLEM
Intermittent
Alarm
CAUSE
REMEDY
Rapid temperLocate source and
ature change.
reposition detector.
Check for electric
or gas heaters,
open flames, electric arcs, etc.
Drafts causing
drapes, light
fixtures, display
material to move.
Eliminate source of
motion.
PIR does
not appear
to be
operating
Polling loop voltage supplied to
detector is
inadequate,
intermittent or
polarity reversed.
Assure that proper
polarity is supplied and
that wiring is intact (no
opens or shorts) and
connection secure.
Check for presence of
8–11V PP at terminals
of unit. If too low, polling loop run to control
may be excessive for
the wire gauge used, or
polling loop current
drain may be excessive. Increase wire
gauge or add Polling
loop extender module
to location in the loop
where voltage boost is
necessary and connect
it to a power source.
Alternatively, the detector can be tested using
a 9-volt source (such
as a 9-volt battery or a
9-volt power supply).
LED
inoperative.
LED disable
jumper is on
Set LED disable DIP
switch to OFF.
LED malfunction. Check for
broken or
shorted leads.
Return unit for
service.
Repositioned furniture or equipment in the
protected area.
Caution customer
about layout changes.
Reposition detector.
Mounting surface
is unstable. A few
degrees of
vertical shift can
change range
substantially.
Mount on
secure surface.
Detection
Area
Changes
Trouble
Code
Improper ID code, Set DIP swiitches1–7
or PIR serial No.
to proper code, or
not entered.
enter PIR serial No.
Regular maintenance and inspection (at least
annually) by the installer and frequent testing by
the user are vital to continuous satisfactory operation of any alarm system.
The installer should assume the responsibility of
developing and offering a regular maintenance
program to the user, as well as acquainting the
user with the proper operation and limitations of
the alarm system and its component parts.
Recommendations must be included for a specific
program of frequent testing (at least weekly) to
ensure the system’s operation at all times.
THE LIMITATIONS OF YOUR PASSIVE
INFRARED MOTION DETECTOR
While the Intrusion Detector is a highly reliable
intrusion detection device, it does not offer guaranteed protection against burglary. Any Intrusion
Detection device is subject to compromise or failure
to warn for a variety of reasons:
• Passive Infrared Motion Detectors can only
detect intrusion within the designed ranges as
diagrammed in this installation manual.
• Passive Infrared Motion Detectors do not provide volumetric area protection. They do create
multiple beams of protection, and intrusion can
only be detected in unobstructed areas covered
by those beams.
• Passive Infrared Detectors cannot detect motion
or intrusion that takes place behind walls, ceilings, floors, closed doors, glass partitions, glass
doors, or windows.
• Mechanical tampering, masking, painting or
spraying of any material on the lenses, windows
or any part of the optical system can reduce the
detection ability of the Passive Infrared Motion
Detector.
• Passive Infrared Detectors sense changes in
temperature; however, as the ambient temperature of the protected area approaches the temperature range of 90° to 105°F (32° to 40°C), the
detection performance can decrease.
• This Passive Infrared Detector will not operate
without appropriate DC power connected to it, or
if the DC power is improperly connected (i.e.,
reversed polarity connections).
• Passive Infrared Detectors, like other electrical
devices, are subject to component failure. Even
though this equipment is designed to last as long
as 10 years, the electronic components in it
could fail at any time.
We have cited some of the most common reasons
that a Passive Infrared Motion Detector can fail to
catch intrusion. However, this does not imply that
these are the only reasons, and therefore it is recommended that weekly testing of this type of unit,
in conjunction with weekly testing of the entire
alarm system, be performed to ensure that the
detectors are working properly.
Installing an alarm system may make the owner eligible for a lower insurance rate, but an alarm system is not a substitute for insurance. Homeowners,
property owners and renters should continue to act
prudently in protecting themselves and continue to
insure their lives and property.
We continue to develop new and improved protection devices. Users of alarm systems owe it to
themselves and their loved ones to learn about
these developments.
ADEMCO
SIX-YEAR LIMITED WARRANTY
Alarm Device Manufacturing Company, a
Division of Pittway Corporation, and its divisions,
subsidiaries and affiliates ("Seller"), 165 Eileen
Way, Syosset, New York 11791, warrants this
detector to be in conformance with its own plans
and specifications and to be free from defects in
materials and workmanship under normal use
and service for 72 months from the date stamp
control on the product. Seller's obligation shall
be limited to replacing, at its option, free of
charge for materials or labor, a detector which is
proved not in compliance with Seller's specifications or proves defective in materials or workmanship under normal use and service. Seller
shall have no obligation under this Limited
Warranty or otherwise if the detector is altered or
improperly repaired or serviced by anyone other
than Ademco factory service. In case of defect,
return the detector to ADI or an authorized distributor for an immediate replacement.
THERE ARE NO WARRANTIES, EXPRESS OR
IMPLIED, OF MERCHANTABILITY, OR FITNESS
FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE OR OTHERWISE,
WHICH EXTEND BEYOND THE DESCRIPTION
ON THE FACE HEREOF. IN NO CASE SHALL
SELLER BE LIABLE TO ANYONE FOR ANY CONSEQUENTIAL OR INCIDENTAL DAMAGES FOR
BREACH OF THIS OR ANY OTHER WARRANTY,
EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, OR UPON ANY OTHER
BASIS OF LIABILITY WHATSOEVER, EVEN IF
THE LOSS OR DAMAGE IS CAUSED BY THE
SELLER'S OWN NEGLIGENCE OR FAULT.
Seller does not represent that its detector may
not be compromised or circumvented; that the
detector will prevent any personal injury or property loss by burglary, robbery, fire or otherwise;
or that the detector will in all cases provide adequate warning or protection. Buyer understands
that a properly installed and maintained alarm
may only reduce the risk of a burglary, robbery,
fire or other events occurring without providing
an alarm, but it is not insurance or a guarantee
that such will not occur or that there will be no
personal injury or property loss as a result.
CONSEQUENTLY, SELLER SHALL HAVE NO
LIABILITY FOR ANY PERSONAL INJURY,
PROPERTY DAMAGE OR OTHER LOSS BASED
ON A CLAIM THE DETECTOR FAILED TO GIVE
WARNING. HOWEVER, IF SELLER IS HELD LIABLE, WHETHER DIRECTLY OR INDIRECTLY,
FOR ANY LOSS OR DAMAGE ARISING UNDER
THIS LIMITED WARRANTY OR OTHERWISE,
REGARDLESS OF CAUSE OR ORIGIN,
SELLER'S MAXIMUM LIABILITY SHALL NOT IN
ANY CASE EXCEED THE PURCHASE PRICE
OF THE DETECTOR, WHICH SHALL BE THE
COMPLETE
AND
EXCLUSIVE
REMEDY
AGAINST SELLER. This warranty replaces any
previous warranties and is the only warranty
made by Seller on this detector. No increase or
alteration, written or verbal, of the obligations of
this Limited Warranty is authorized.
165 Eileen Way, Syosset, N.Y. 11791
Copyright © 1997 PITTWAY CORPORATION
ÊN8023-5V1zŠ
N8023-5EN (Part of N8023-5V1 8/99)
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