IXIO-DT1

IXIO-DT1
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IXIO-DT1
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User’s Guide for product version 0300 and higher
See product label for serial number
DESCRIPTION
6
1
2
7
3
4
8
5
9
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
LCD
radar antenna (narrow field)
radar antenna (wide field)
AIR-curtain width adjustment
AIR-lenses
6.
7.
8.
9.
ACCESSORIES
BA: Bracket Accessory
CA: Ceiling Accessory
RA: Rain Accessory
cover
main connector
main adjustment knob
AIR-curtain angle adjustment knob
1
MOUNTING & WIRING
GREEN
12-24 V
AC-DC
BROWN
WHITE
**
GREY
RED
BLUE
SAFETY INPUT
TEST
OUTPUT
* Output status when sensor is operational
** For compliance with EN 16005 and DIN 18650,
connection to door controller test output is required.
TIP!
Fixation and wiring are compatible with the ACTIV8.
RADAR OPENING IMPULSE FIELD
field size: 9
immunity: 2
ANGLE
2
OPENING INPUT
PINK
SENSOR
*
5 cm
max.
POWER SUPPLY
YELLOW
*
field size: 9
immunity: 2
2.2 m
2.2 m
-15° to 15°
15° to 45°
WIDTH
field size: 9
immunity: 2
2.2 m
4 m x 2 m (wide)
field size: 9
immunity: 2
2.2 m
2 m x 2.5 m (narrow)
The size of the detection field varies according to the mounting height of the sensor.
2
INFRARED SAFETY FIELD
ANGLE
3
door
CLOSER
PUSH
2X
max.
9 cm**
AWAY
OR
If necessary, adjust the AIR-curtain
angle (from -7° to 4°).
Activate the visible spots.*
WIDTH
* Visibility depends on external conditions. When spots are not visible, use the Spotfinder to locate the curtains.
** The distance between the inner curtain of the inside door sensor and the inner curtain of the outside door sensor should
always be smaller than 20 cm. The distance to the door leaf depends therefore on the thickness of the door leaf.
TIP!
Additional
adjustments
are possible by
LCD or remote
control
(see p. 5)
Part of the emitted field can be masked to reduce the detection field.
The arrow position determines the width of the detection field.
Mounting
height
Detection
width
2.00 m
2.20 m
2.50 m
3.00 m
3.50 m
2.00 m
2.20 m
2.50 m
d max
d max
DIN 18650
BS 7036
d max = 2.5
2,5 m
4
3.50
3,50 m
m
EN 16005
3,50 m
3.50
33 m
m
3m
2.50
2,50 m
m
2,50 m
2.50
22 m
m
2m
Always verify the actual detection field width
with a piece of paper and not the Spotfinder,
which detects the whole emitted field.
The size of the detection field varies according to the
mounting height and the settings of the sensor.
The full door width must be covered.
d max = 3 m
SETTINGS
Adjust the sensor by LCD or remote control (see p. 4 and 5)
or choose one of the presettings:
OR
standarD: inside installations
critical environment: critical or outside installations
shopping street: installations in narrow streets with pedestrian traffic
5
SETUP
IMPORTANT!
Step out of the detection field before launching a setup.
setup 1 (quick) =
setup 2 (ASSISTED) =
+
OPEN+CLOSE
OR
LONG PUSH (2 s)
IMPORTANT!
OR
LONG PUSH (4 s)
Test the good functioning of the installation before leaving the premises.
3
HOW TO USE THE LCD?
Display during normal functioning
Opening
impulse
To adjust contrast, push and turn
the grey button simultaneously.
Negative display = active output
Safety
During normal function only.
FACTORY VALUE VS. SAVED VALUE
displayed value = saved value
displayed value = factory value
NAVIGATING IN MENUS
Select your language before entering
the first LCD-menu.
Push to enter
the LCD-menu
Scroll menu items
During the first 30 seconds after power-on of
the sensor or later in the diagnostics menu.
Select More to go to next level:
- basic settings
- advanced settings
- diagnostics
Select Back to return
to previous menu or
display.
CHANGING A VALUE
1
1
current value is
displayed
scroll
menu
up-down
PUSH
TO SELECT
PARAMETER
more values are
displayed
scroll
VALUES
up-down
VALUE CHECK WITH REMOTE CONTROL
Pressing a parameter symbol on your
remote control, displays the saved
value directly on the LCD-screen.
4
new value is
displayed
PUSH
TO SAVE
NEW VALUE
OVERVIEW OF SETTINGS
0
1
2
3
4
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BASIC
Rad: Fieldsize
small
AIR: Immunity
>
low
AIR: Freq
A
>
>
6
7
>
>
>
>
< 2.8 m
> 2.8 m
normal high higher highest normal high
B
8
9
factory values
increased immunities + 1 curtain
increased immunities + redirection = motion and presence
shopping
standard critical street
env.
PresettingS
5
Sensors mounted close to each other should
have a different frequency.
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For conformity to EN 16005 or DIN 18650 at a
mounting height of 2.8 or more, use values 6 and 7.
For conformity to BS 7036 at a mounting height
of 2.2 m or more, use values 6 and 7.
excludes conformity to EN 16005 / DIN 18650 / BS 7036 of the door system
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low
ADVANCED
Rad: Immunity
Rad: Direction
radar
off
bi
uni
Rad: Holdtime
0.5 s
1s
NO
NC
Rad: Output
>
>
>
>
uni
uni
uni
auto
auto
6s
7s
PRM
AWAY
bi
auto
2s
3s
4s
5s
NC
NO
NC
NC
NO
NO
>
PRM
>
high
PRM: for persons with reduced mobility
AWAY: unidirectional motion away from sensor
auto: automatic adaptation of field size (small shops)
8s
9s
NO: normally open
NC: normally closed
AIR: Width
Always additionally adjust
the arrow position on the
sensor with a screwdriver.
+
service mode = no IR detection during 15 minutes (maintenance).
This value excludes conformity of the door system to EN 16005 and DIN 18650.
AIR: Number
service
mode
1
2
AIR: Prestime
motion
15 s
30 s
1 min
2 min
NO
NC
NC
NO
NC
NC
NO
NO
AIR: Output
motion
or
presence
motion
and
presence
Redirection
motion
Factoryrst
restore to factory values
DOOR BELL
off
1s
2s
5 min
10 min
min. value for DIN18650: 1 min
20 min 60 min infinite min. value for EN16005: 30 s
NO: normally open
NC: normally closed
opening output is active in case of: 0 motion detection
1 motion or presence detection
2 motion and presence detection
3s
4s
5s
6s
7s
8s
9s
see application note DOOR
BELL for more information
DIAGNOSTICS
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Zip
ID #
Error Log
AIR: spotview
AIR: C1 Energ
AIR: C2 Energ
all parameter settings in zipped format
unique ID-number
the last 10 errors
view of spot(s) that trigger detection
signal amplitude received on curtain 1
signal amplitude received on curtain 2
PowerSupply
OperatingTime
RESET LOG
RC Password
Language
Admin
supply voltage at power connector
power duration since first startup
delete all saved errors
password for remotre control login
language of LCD-menu
enter code to access admin mode
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TROUBLESHOOTING
E1
E2
E4
E5
E8
1
The ORANGE LED
flashes 1 x.
The sensor signals
an internal fault.
1
2
Cut and restore power supply.
If orange LED flashes again, replace sensor.
2
The ORANGE LED
flashes 2 x.
The power supply is too
low or too high.
1
2
Check power supply (in the diagnostics menu of the LCD).
Check wiring.
4
The ORANGE LED
flashes 4 x.
The sensor receives
not enough AIR-energy.
1
2
Check the angle of the AIR-curtains.
Increase the AIR-immunity filter (values >2.8 m).
5
The ORANGE LED
flashes 5 x.
The sensor receives
too much AIR-energy.
1
2
Check the angle of the AIR-curtains.
Decrease the AIR-immunity filter (values 1-3 <2.8 m).
The ORANGE LED
flashes 8 x.
The AIR power emitter is
faulty.
1 Replace sensor.
8
The ORANGE LED
is on.
The sensor encounters
a memory problem.
1
2
Cut and restore power supply.
If orange LED lights up again, replace sensor.
The RED LED flashes
quickly after an
assisted setup.
The sensor sees the door
during the assisted setup.
1
2
Check the angle of the AIR-curtains.
Launch a new assisted setup.
The RED LED
lights up
sporadically.
The sensor vibrates.
Check if the sensor is fastened firmly.
Check position of cable and cover.
The sensor sees the door.
1
2
1
The sensor is disturbed
by external conditions.
1
2
Increase the AIR-immunity filter to value 3.
Select presetting 2 or 3.
The sensor is disturbed by
rain and/or leaves.
1
2
Select presetting 2 or 3.
Increase radar-immunity filter.
Ghosting created by door
movement.
1
Change radar field angle.
The sensor vibrates.
1
2
Check if the sensor and door cover is fastened firmly.
Check position of cable and cover.
The sensor sees the door
or other moving objects.
1
2
Remove the objects if possible.
Change radar field size or angle.
The LED and the
LCD-display are off.
1
2
Cut and restore power supply.
Check wiring.
The reaction of
the door does not
correspond to the
LED-signal.
1
2
Check output configuration setting.
Check wiring.
The GREEN LED
lights up
sporadically.
Motion
detection
6
Presence
detection
Attention: Do not stand in the detection field!
Launch an assisted setup and adjust the AIR angle.
LED flashes
LED flashes
quickly
LED is off
INSTALLATION
The sensor should be
fixed firmly to avoid
extreme vibrations.
Do not cover the sensor.
Avoid moving objects
and light sources in
the detection field.
Avoid highly
reflective objects in
the infrared field.
MAINTENANCE
It is recommended to clean
the optical parts at least once
a year or more if required due
to environmental conditions.
Do not use aggressive
products to clean
the optical parts.
SAFETY
The door control unit
and the door cover
profile must be correctly
earthed.
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•
•
Only trained and
qualified personnel
may install and setup
the sensor.
Always test the good
functioning of the
installation before
leaving the premises.
The warranty is invalid if
unauthorized repairs are
made or attempted by
unauthorized personnel.
The device cannot be used for purposes other than its intended use. All other uses cannot be
guaranteed by the manufacturer of the sensor.
The manufacturer of the door system is responsible for carrying out a risk assessment and installing the
sensor and the door system in compliance with applicable national and international regulations and
standards on door safety.
The manufacturer of the sensor cannot be held responsible for incorrect installations or inappropriate
adjustments of the sensor.
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TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
Please keep for further use - Designed for colour printing
Supply voltage:
Power consumption:
Mounting height:
Temperature range:
Degree of protection:
Noise:
Expected lifetime:
Applicable directives:
12 V - 24 V AC +/-10% ; 12 V - 30 V DC +/-10% (to be operated from SELV compatible power supplies only)
< 2.5 W
2 m to 3.5 m (local regulations may have an impact on the acceptable mounting height)
-25°C to +55°C; 0-95% relative humidity, non condensing
IP54
< 70 dB
20 years
R&TTE 1999/5/EC; MD 2006/42/EC; LVD 2006/95/EC; ROHS 2 2011/65/EU
Detection mode:
Motion
Min. detection speed: 5 cm/s
Presence
Typical response time: < 200 ms (max. 500 ms)
Technology:
Microwave doppler radar
Transmitter frequency: 24.150 GHz
Transmitter radiated power: < 20 dBm EIRP
Transmitter power density: < 5 mW/cm2
Active infrared with background analysis
Spot: 5 cm x 5 cm (typ)
Number of spots: max. 24 per curtain
Number of curtains: 2
Output:
Solid-state-relay
(potential and polarity free)
Max. contact current: 100 mA
Max. contact voltage: 42 V AC/DC
Solid-state-relay
(potential and polarity free)
Max. contact current: 100 mA
Max. contact voltage: 42 V AC/DC
Holdtime: 0.3 to 1 s
Test input:
Sensitivity: Low: < 1 V; High: > 10 V (max. 30 V)
Response time on test request: typical: < 5 ms
Norm conformity:
EN 12978
EN ISO 13849-1:2008 PL «c» CAT. 2
(under the condition that the door control system
monitors the sensor at least once per door cycle)
©BEA | Original instructions | 42.7880 / V1 - 06.13
Specifications are subject to changes without prior notice.
All values measured in specific conditions.
IEC 61496-1:2012 ESPE Type 2
EN 16005:2012 Chapter 4.6.8;
DIN 18650-1:2010 Chapter 5.7.4
BS 7036-1:1996 Chapter 8.1
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BEA hereby declares that the IXIO-DT1 is in conformity with the basic requirements and the other relevant provisions of the directives
1999/5/EC, 2004/108/EC and 2006/42/EC.
Notified Body for EC-type inspection: 0044 - TÜV NORD CERT GmbH, Langemarckstr. 20, D-45141 Essen
EC-type examination certificate number: 44 205 12 405836-001
Angleur, June 2013
Pierre Gardier, authorized representative and responsible for technical documentation
The complete declaration of conformity is available on our website: www.bea-pedestrian.be
Only for EC countries: According to the European Guideline 2002/96/EC for Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE)
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