1100X Wireless Receivers - Digital Monitoring Products

1100X Wireless Receivers - Digital Monitoring Products
Installation Guide
Description
1100X Wireless Receivers
The 1100X Wireless Receiver is compatible with all DMP wireless devices. The receiver provides two-way, supervised
communication using 900 MHz frequency hopping-spread-spectrum technology. The receiver can be mounted up to
1,000 feet from the panel enclosure. The receiver provides up to 500 wireless zones. Refer to the panel installation
guide for number of available wireless zones.
Compatibility
• XR500 Series panels using firmware Version 113 or higher
• XR100 Series panels
• XR150/XR350/XR550 Series panels
What is Included
The receiver includes the following items:
• One Model 1100X Wireless Receiver
• One 4-wire Harness
• Hardware pack
Compliance Instructions
For applications that must conform to a National Recognized Testing Laboratory certificated system, please see the
Listed Compliance Specifications section at the end of this guide for additional instructions.
Installing the Wireless Receiver
Selecting a Location
Choose an optimum location to mount the receiver. The 1100X Wireless Receiver is typically mounted at a distance
not to exceed 1000 feet away from the panel enclosure. A location should be selected that is centrally located
between the 1100 Series transmitters used in the installation. Install the receiver away from large metal objects.
Mounting the receiver on or near metal surfaces impairs performance. Do not use shielded wire between the panel
and receiver. When selecting the proper mounting location of a transmitter, refer to the LED Survey Operation
section of the specific installation guide for the transmitter being installed.
Tamper Switches
The 1100X is equipped with a case tamper and a wall tamper.
Mounting the Receiver
1. Remove the cover from the plastic housing by
squeezing both sides toward each other.
Power
Panel Receive
2. Secure the receiver to the wall in the desired
Panel Transmit
location installing the supplied shoulder
Status
RF Receive
washers and screws in the mounting hole
RF Transmit
locations as shown in Figure 1.
LEDs
3. Snap the cover back on the unit. The panel
Mounting Screw
Mounting Hole
immediately recognizes the 1100X Receiver if
Locations
Shoulder Washer
the panel is programmed with a house code.
J1
J4
1
1
Squeeze to
Remove Cover
Power
RXD
TXD
Status
RF RXD
RF TXD
U4
Squeeze to
Remove Cover
U5
U7
Tamper
Switch
J5
1
1
1
Q2
RED
1
PANEL
RED
J3
1
PROG
J4
J3 Connects
To Panel
Figure 1: Receiver PCB
J4 Not Used
Wireless Bus Connection
The 1100X easily interfaces with the XR500/XR500FC and XR100/XR100FC Series panels using the on-board DMP
Wireless Bus connection (J22).
On XR150/XR350/XR550 Series panels, the 1100X interfaces using the on-board X-Bus connection (J13).
Note: The 1100X Wireless Receiver cannot operate if connected to the Keypad Bus.
Harness Connection XR100/XR100FC/XR500/XR500FC panels
1.Install a jumper across the header pins next to the letter “X” on the XR100/XR100FC/XR500/XR500FC panel J23
header to enable on‑board DMP Wireless operation.
2.Using the supplied 4-wire harness, connect from the J3 header on the 1100X Wireless Receiver to the XR100/
XR100FC/XR500/XR500FC panel J22 LX header.
3.After power-up, briefly reset the panel using the J16 jumper to activate zone operation.
4.In System Options, program the House Code (1-50). In Zone Information, program the wireless zones.
XR100/XR100FC/XR500/XR500FC
Series Panel
J22
LX
XMT - Transmit LED
REC - Receive LED
Output 1
J10
Battery
Start
Output 2
J2
K6
J8
PROG
1
J1
1
K7
1
Power
RXD
TXD
Status
RF RXD
RF TXD
U4
J4
U8
1
U5
U7
J5
1
RS-232
Red
X
Out1 Out2
J23
Power R
LED
L
1100X
Receiver
J21
1
AC AC +B –B BELL GND RED YEL GRN BLK SMK GND Z1 GND Z2
RED
Z3 G
1
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12 13
14
RED
J3
PANEL
1
J4
PROG
15 16
Red
Yellow
Green
Black
J4 Not Used
Can be extended
up to 1000 feet
from the panel
Figure 3: XR100/XR100FC or XR500/XR500FC DMP Wireless Bus Connection
Harness Connection XR150/XR350/XR550 panels
1. Connect the J3 header on the 1100X to the XR150/XR350/XR550 panel J13 X-BUS header.
2.After power-up, briefly reset the panel using the J16 jumper to activate wireless zone operation.
3.In System Options, program the House Code (1-50). In Zone Information, program the wireless zones.
Power
LED
XR150/XR350/XR550
Series Panel
1100X
Receiver
Battery Start
1
XMT - Transmit LED
1
J1
Power
RXD
TXD
Status
RF RXD
RF TXD
REC - Receive LED
1
U4
1
J4
U8
U5
J5
1
U7
1
RED
J3
RED
PANEL
1
Red
Yellow
Green
Black
Can be extended
up to 100 feet
from the panel
using 22 AWG
or 250 feet
using 18 AWG
1
PROG
J4
J4 Not Used
Figure 4: XR150/XR350/XR550 DMP Wireless Bus Connection
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1100X Wireless Receiver Installation Guide
1100X Receiver Operation
The 1100X receiver automatically sends the panel house code to wireless transmitters when the unique transmitter serial
number is programmed into the panel. The house code identifies the panel, receiver, and transmitters to each other. The
receiver only listens for transmissions using the specified house code and/or programmed transmitter serial number.
Note: When setting up a wireless system, it is recommended to program zones and connect the receiver before
installing batteries in the transmitters.
Transmitters can be programmed for supervised operation. When programmed as supervised, the transmitter must
communicate with the receiver within the programmed number of minutes. If the transmitter fails to communicate, the
panel displays a missing condition.
Note: When a receiver is installed, powered up, or the panel is reset, the supervision time for transmitters is reset. If the
receiver has been powered down for more than one hour, wireless transmitters may take up to an additional hour to send
a supervision message unless tripped, tampered, or powered up. This operation extends battery life for transmitters. A
missing message may display on the keypad until the transmitter sends a supervision message.
When any wireless zone programming is changed in the panel, receiver zone programming is updated. At that point, all
wireless zones display as normal for approximately one minute, regardless of the actual state of the contact.
1100X LED Operation
Six LEDs display receiver operation and activity. Refer to the table below as required.
PCB LEDs
Label
Operation
POWER
Steady green to indicate there is power to the receiver.
RXD
RXD
Flashes yellow to indicate data is being received from the panel.
TXD
TXD
Flashes green to indicate data is being sent to the panel.
Status
STATUS
Steady red to indicate memory upload. Off when upload is complete.
RF RXD
RF RXD
Flashes yellow to indicate data is being received from a transmitter.
RF TXD
Flashes green to indicate data is being sent to a transmitter.
Power
RF TXD
Transmitter Survey LED Operation
DMP 1100 Series transmitters provide Two-way (transmit acknowledge) operation. This advanced data protocol allows each
transmitter to confirm that each of its messages (alarm, checkin, tamper, low battery) are received and acknowledged
by the 1100 Series receiver. The confirmation is indicated visually by use of an LED on each transmitter. This Survey LED
should be used during installation to test each transmitter for proper operation. A full definition of the Survey LED follows.
The red LED on an 1100 Series transmitter turns on when the processor wakes up to send a message. Then after a series
of communication steps are completed (successful or not), the LED turns off when the processor goes back to sleep. 99.9%
of the time the processor is asleep in normal operation. The following list summarizes various indications that can be
observed on the LED and a definition for each. Note this is for a single message. Example, pressing and holding the tamper
switch.
Single 1/16 second flash
• Processor wakes up
• Transmitter receives immediate synchronization from receiver
• Transmitter transmits
• Transmitter receives immediate acknowledgement from receiver
• Processor goes to sleep
Single Pulse greater than 1/16 second but shorter than 8 seconds
• Processor wakes up
• Transmitter receives synchronization from receiver - possibly not immediate
• Transmitter transmits
• Transmitter receives acknowledgement from receiver - possibly not immediate
• Processor goes to sleep
Steady for 8 seconds
• Processor wakes up
• Transmitter never receives synchronization from receiver, or might receive synchronization
• Transmitter transmits if synchronization was received
• Transmitter never receives any further data from receiver
• Processor times out and goes to sleep
Multiple short flashes
• Processor wakes up
• Transmitter receives synchronization from receiver
• Transmitter transmits
• Transmitter receives data from receiver, but not a valid acknowledgement
• Processor briefly goes to sleep
• Entire sequence is repeated, each short flash indicates a cycle
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Troubleshooting Using the Transmitter Survey LED
If a transmitter is unable to reliably communicate a message to the receiver, or is reported as missing, the Survey LED can
be used to help diagnose the issue. If the missing transmitter cannot be explained by obvious reasons such as a damaged
transmitter, failed battery, or changes in building construction; then the Survey LED should be used.
To use the Survey LED operation to help diagnose a field issue, complete the following steps on an 1100 Series transmitter.
Repeat the following sequence 5 times and write down the LED operation for each tamper switch action.
• Press and hold the tamper switch
• Observe the LED until it turns off for at least 5 seconds
• Release the tamper switch
• Observe the LED until it turns off for at least 5 seconds
You now have observed the LED 10 times. Based on the results you have recorded use the list below to assist in
troubleshooting.
LED turns on a single time for less than 1 second 8 to 10 times.
• System is working properly
LED turns on for more than 1 second 3 to 9 times.
• The transmitter or receiver needs to be relocated
LED turns on for more than 1 second all 10 times.
• The receiver is not turned on, or is not operating
• The transmitter is not programmed into the receiver
• The transmitter or receiver needs to be relocated
LED flashes multiple times with a single tamper press or release 3 to 10 times.
• The transmitter or receiver needs to be relocated
LED never turns on.
• The transmitter battery is dead
• The tamper switch is being pressed or released too quickly
• The tamper switch or other part of the transmitter is broken
LED stays on constantly and is dim
• The transmitter battery is almost dead
• The transmitter is broken
General Wireless Troubleshooting
If ALL wireless devices do not operate, refer to the following checklist:
• Verify the receiver is an 1100X and the panel is an XR500 Series with firmware Version 113 or higher or an XR100/
XR100FC/XR500FC, or XR150/XR350/XR550 Series panel.
or
Verify the XR100/XR100FC/XR500/XR500FC panel J23 jumper is in the “X” position and the 4-wire J3 connector from
the receiver is connected to J22 of the panel.
or
Verify the J3 connector from the receiver is connected to J13 on the XR150/XR350/XR550 panel.
• Briefly reset panel using J16 jumper to activate wireless operation and wait one minute to test wireless zone(s).
• Verify the House Code (1-50) is programmed in System Options.
• Verify appropriate zone numbers are assigned as wireless zones.
• Verify that the panel XMIT and REC LEDs alternately flash on and off at a rate of 1/4 second each. If the LEDs are On
steady or Off, the panel and receiver are not communicating properly. (See Figure 3 and 4).
• Verify the 1100X LEDs operate correctly as listed in 1100X LED Operation.
• Verify transmitters have batteries correctly inserted.
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1100X Wireless Receiver Installation Guide
Transmitter Supervision Time
For UL Listed installations, program the transmitter supervision time in panel zone programming as listed in the following
table. Refer to the panel programming guide for complete wireless programming information.
UL Listing
UL 1023 Household Burglary Alarm System Units Accessory
UL 636
UL 634
Holdup Alarm Units and Systems Accessory
Connections and Switches for use with Burglar Alarm
Systems Accessory
UL 639
Intrusion Detection Units Accessory
UL 365
Police Station Connected Burglar Accessory
UL 609
Local Burglar Alarm Units and System Accessory
UL 1076 Proprietary Burglar Alarm Units Accessory
UL 1610 Central Station Burglar Alarm Units Accessory
UL 268
Smoke-Automatic Fire Detectors
UL 521
Heat Detectors for Fire Protective Signaling Systems
UL 985
Household Fire Warning System Accessory
UL 864
Fire Protective Signaling Systems
UL 2075 Gas and Vapor Detectors and Sensors
Listed Accessories
1100R Repeater
1101/1102/1103/1106 Universal
Transmitters
1127W/1127C PIR Motion Detector
1135 Wireless Sounder
1142 Two-Button Hold-Up Transmitter
9060/9063 Wireless Keypad
1142 Two-Button Hold-Up Transmitter
1100R Repeater
1101/1102/1103/1106 Universal
Transmitters
1100R Repeater
1127W/1127C PIR Motion Detector
1100R Repeater
1103 Universal Transmitter
1100R Repeater
1103 Universal Transmitter
1100R Repeater
1103 Universal Transmitter
1100R Repeater
1103 Universal Transmitter
1135 Wireless Sounder
9060/9063 Wireless Keypad
1100R Repeater
1161/1162 Residential Smoke Detectors
1164 Wireless Synchronized Smoke
Detector
1165/1165H/1165HS Commercial Smoke
1100R Repeater
1183-135F/1183-135R Heat Detector
1100R Repeater
1135 Wireless Sounder
9060/9063 Wireless Keypad
1103 Universal Transmitter
1100R Repeater
1184 Wireless Carbon Monoxide Detector
Supervision
Time
60
60
60
60
60
60
60
60
3
3
240
3
240
FCC Information
This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions
(1) This device may not cause harmful interference, and
(2) this device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation.
Changes or modifications made by the user and not expressly approved by the party responsible for compliance could void the
user’s authority to operate the equipment.
Note: This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to part 15 of the
FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation.
This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the
instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not
occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be
determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the
following measures:
-
Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
-
Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
-
Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected.
-
Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
Note: The 1100 Series wireless system is a two-way supervised wireless design compliant with FCC rules as they pertain to 900
MHz Spread Spectrum devices. In rare instances it has been observed that certain 900 MHz cordless telephones may occasionally
experience a clicking sound on the telephone while in use. If this occurs, it may be resolved by selecting a different channel on
the cordless telephone, or replacing the cordless phone with a different brand or model of 900 MHz telephone or other cordless
telephone.
To comply with RF exposure requirements, a minimum distance of 20cm must be maintained between the antenna and all persons.
Attention! Older Cordless Telephones
Your wireless alarm system is comprised of a state-of-the-art two-way secure network created by sophisticated transmitters and
receivers. It is compliant with all FCC rules as they pertain to 900 MHz Spread Spectrum devices which require devices to share the same
frequencies. This creates a possibility of interference with other devices in your home.
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It has been reported that certain older 900 MHz cordless telephones may on rare occasions experience interference (an audible clicking
sound) while in use. (This may also occur with some 2.4 GHz and 5.8 GHz telephones as many still use 900 MHz frequencies). If this
occurs on your cordless telephone, it may be resolved by selecting a different channel on your telephone. If your telephone does not
have this selection, it can also be resolved by replacing your old cordless telephone with a DECT 6.0 cordless telephone.
What is DECT 6.0?
DECT 6.0 (Digital Enhanced Cordless Telecommunications) is the current standard for cordless telephones, and it provides several benefits
over 900 MHz, 2.4 GHz and 5.8 GHz systems.
•
No More Interference - unlike older cordless technology, DECT 6.0 telephones are virtually immune to household interference, and vice versa. If you have a wireless computer network in your home, DECT 6.0 won’t disrupt internet use.
•
Encrypted Privacy – DECT 6.0 has a layer of security that older cordless telephones just don’t have. As information and identity theft is on the rise, DECT encryption helps keep your personal communications safe.
•
Call Quality - Extra security isn’t just for safety; it gives you clearer calls without crossover traffic.
•
Battery Life - A DECT 6.0 phone will last as much as 30% longer than a 5.8 GHz phone.
More information can be found on DECT technology at www.DECT.org.
DECT 6.0 Cordless phones can be found at any major retailer including: Wal-Mart™, Target™, Best Buy™ & Radio Shack™.
Listed Compliance Specifications
Commercial Fire
Transmitters must be programmed as supervised. Refer to the Transmitter Supervision Time table for the supervision
time.
The maximum line impedance of the 4-wire bus is 16.2 Ohms for 1000 feet.
The recommended wire gauge for panel to receiver connection is 22 AWG.
After all transmitters are in position, the WLS option of the panel’s Walk Test must be operated and all transmitters
programmed for Fire (FI) or Supervisory (SV) must show that their checkin message was received. Refer to the panel
programming guide for Trip Counter for DMP Wireless check-in Test (WLS) which describes that both numbers of the
counter must match. If not and a failed wireless zone is displayed at END, decrease that transmitters range with the
receiver and perform the WLS Walk Test again.
Patents
U. S. Patent No. 7,239,236
800 - 641 - 4282
Certifications
ANSI/UL 365
Police Station Connected Burglar
ANSI/UL 609
Local Burglar Alarm Units and Systems
ANSI/UL 634
Connections and Switches for use with
Burglar Alarm Systems Accessory
ANSI/UL 636
Holdup Alarm Units and System
ANSI/UL 639
Intrusion Detection Units Accessory
ANSI/UL 1023
Household Burglar Alarm System Units
ANSI/UL 1076
Proprietary Burglar Alarm Units
ANSI/UL 1610
Central Station Burglar Alarm Units
ANSI/UL 864
Fire Protective Signaling Systems
ANSI/UL 985
Household Fire Warning System
California State Fire Marshal (CSFM)
FCC Part 15: CCK1100
New York City (FDNY COA #6167)
Industry Canada: 5251A-PC0082
Intrusion
•
fire
•
Access
•
Networks
www.dmp.com
2500 North Partnership Boulevard
Designed, Engineered and
Assembled in U.S.A.
S p r i n g fi e l d , M i s s o u r i 6 5 8 0 3 - 8 8 7 7
15255
Operating Voltage
8.0 to 14 VDC
Current Draw 46mA
RF Power Rating
27mW
Frequency Range
905-924 MHz
Dimensions
Receiver Housing 4.65” L x 3.1” W x 1.4” H
Antennas 8.6” H
Color
White
Housing Material
Flame retardant ABS
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