NOVA IV RECEIVER - 868MHz Programmable Wireless

NOVA IV RECEIVER - 868MHz Programmable Wireless
NOVA IV RECEIVER - 868MHz
Programmable Wireless Receiver
NOVA IV - 4-Alarm outputs for 16 addressable transmitters
INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS AND OPERATION MANUAL
INTRODUCTION TO NOVA IV
The NOVA IV has been designed for quick and easy installation in either of the following two levels of installation:
The Basic level of installation - Adopted by most users
The Advanced level of installation - Provides additional facilities for locating the source of an alarm
When should I use the Basic Installation Setup?
Use this simple setup when you have the following:
One transmitter for each zone
Several transmitters for each zone but you do not have to identify the transmitters individually. Program each zone on your panel the same way as performed when
using wired sensors.
What are the advantages of the Advanced Installation Setup?
With the NOVA IV Advanced Installation, you can identify the source and the cause of any alarm from up to 16 wireless detectors and portable devices, even when
you use only 4 zones of your panel. The latch display will show you which transmitters alarmed during the previous ARM period. This is made possible because the
connection of the NOVA IV to the arm follow output of the panel allows the receiver to freeze all alarms that occurred while the system was armed.
Did you choose the Advanced Installation? If so, familiarize yourself with the Preparation of the Receiver and the layout diagram (Figure 1), and proceed to
page two (2).
For more information, contact the RISCO Group branch office nearest to you.
NOVA IV FEATURES
Processes radio signals received from up to 16 remote transmitters including PIR and smoke detectors, universal/door/window-contact transmitters, wireless
panic buttons and remote controls
Has 4 ZONE alarm outputs and a TROUBLE output that indicates low battery, tamper, malfunctioning transmitter or jamming.
Memorizes the pre-programmed identifying address of each transmitter during installation
Outputs can be connected to any control panel.
PREPARATION OF NOVA IV RECEIVER
Regardless of the chosen level of installation (basic or advanced), you should prepare your NOVA receiver as according to the following:
Remove the cover by inserting and twisting a screwdriver in the slots along the upper or lower edge of the receiver.
Mount the NOVA receiver - the height of the installation has to be at least 1.5 m (5 ft) above the floor and near to the control panel.
Mount the Receiver relatively close and central to the transmitters’ locations. Receiver should be kept away from metal objects and RF generating devices such
as TV sets and computers.
Connect the antenna to the left terminal of ANT2 (see Fig. 1).
Set all positions on DIP-switches (SW1 and SW2) to OFF (levers are pushed Downwards).
LAYOUT AND WIRING OF NOVA IV
For the basic level of installation, it is assumed that you need Normally Closed inputs to your control panel.
The schematic drawing allows you to familiarize yourself with the different elements required
for the installation.
Reserved for the antenna connection
ANT2:
ON
Micro-switch used for programming and testing options (see Table 2)
SW1:
SW1
Micro-switch used in advanced mode of installation (see Table 4)
SW2:
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
ANT2
S2:
Switch used to “step” through the LEDs during addressing
TX
ZONE
1
Tamper switch (used also to clear the transmitters’ addresses)
NOT 24 HOURS
S1:
S2
1 2 3 4
SW2
2
EXIT/ENTRY
LEDs for identification and location of transmitters’ addresses
TX:
ON
3
SUPERVISED
Determines the supervision time for advanced mode
JP1:
4
RESTORABLE
1 2 3 4
Determines the receiver’s sensitivity. The jumper must be placed on both
JP3:
8 HR
3 HR
S1
pins for maximum sensitivity and high level of communication.
JP1
LEDs for identification and location of zones connected
ZONE
+12V COM ARM TROUBLE
ZONE 1
ZONE 2
ZONE 3
ZONE 4
JP3
NOVA IV
Figure 1: Circuit Board Layout
ZONE 4
ZONE 3
ZONE 2
TO ZONE INPUTS ON
CONTROL PANEL
ZONE 1
TROUBLE
ARM
COM
+12V
TO ZONE INPUT ON
CONTROL PANEL
TO ARM FOLLOW OUTPUT
ON CONTROL PANEL
TO +12V POWER SUPPLY
Figure 2: Receiver Terminal Block to Control Panel Wiring Diagram
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BASIC LEVEL INSTALLATION & OPERATION
The following instructions describe a simple way to set up and operate the NOVA wireless system.
REGISTERING TRANSMITTER ADDRESSES IN RECEIVER
Note: Only SW1, out of the two DIP-Switches present on the PCB (SW1 and SW2), is used for the basic installation mode.
1. Ensure all DIP switches are in the OFF position
2. On the SW1, set position 7 to ON. The result is according to the following sequence:
All LEDs blink Zone 1 LED blinks and TX1 LED blinks or lights steadily (either condition is acceptable). Steady TX LED means location has no
transmitter address programmed.
3. Send WRITE transmission from a transmitter (see Table 1)
All LEDs blink and buzzer sounds. Addressing of TX1 has been completed
4. To proceed to TX2 or other transmitters, press push-button S2 until LEDs indicate desired zone and transmitter number.
The Zone LED blinks and TX LED blinks or lights steadily
5. Send WRITE transmission from another transmitter
All LEDs blink and buzzer sounds
6. Continue to step through the LEDs by pressing S2 and sending WRITE transmissions until all transmitters have been written in the receiver
(up to 4 transmitters per zone). Set SW1 position 7 to OFF
All LEDs will flash once and then extinguish
Table 1: Summary instructions for making transmitters send a WRITE transmission:
RWT92086800A-B & RWT92P86800A-B
Press both Tamper Switches for over 3 seconds.
RWT32S86800A-B & RWT33S86800A
Put the batteries and wait 10 seconds.
RWT50P86800A-B & RP128T4Z000A &
RWT54086800A
Press push button for over 3 or 5 seconds as directed by device installation instructions.
RWT72M86800A-B
Press both tamper switches for over 3 seconds.
COMMUNICATION LINK TEST
Mount transmitters in their intended locations and then test communications as detailed below. Please be noted that the strength of the transmission is measured by
the number of the lighted LEDs. Two LEDs is the minimum acceptable transmission level.
Note: Output relays do not operate in this mode.
1. Cover must be removed during the communications test.
2. Set SW1 position 7 to OFF and position 8 to ON.
The LEDs blink, indicating COMMUNICATION MODE
3. Operate each transmitter
The zone and transmitter LEDs corresponding to each transmitter will light-up and the buzzer will sound to confirm communication. The red event LEDs
will indicate the relative quality of the RF transmission link. If there is no response or if less than 2 LEDs light-up when a transmitter sends a signal, move
the transmitter or receiver to a different location and try again. Confirm reception from all transmitters before ending the communication test. Each
transmitter resets earlier transmission results.
4. Set SW1 positions 7 and 8 to OFF. Replace the cover. Please be noted that replacing the cover automatically puts the receiver in the NORMAL MODE.
BASIC LEVEL OPERATION MODE
In this mode, reception of a signal from a transmitter will cause the green LEDs (corresponding to zone and transmitter) to blink. A red event LED or LEDs will also
blink to indicate the type of transmission, i.e. Alarm, Tamper, or Low Battery. Interference or jamming on the radio frequency channel will be indicated by the two
bottom red LEDs blinking according to SW2 settings. See Trouble Output Operation.
Alarm signals will cause a zone output contact to actuate for 2 seconds. Alternatively, if the alarm comes from a Universal Transmitter, a Smoke Detector, or a
restorable type transmitter, the zone output contact will latch until a restore signal is received, indicating that the alarm situation is no longer present.
Perform a functional test of the system by causing each transmitter to alarm, and noting proper response from the receiver and control panel.
ADVANCED LEVEL INSTALLATION
Remove the cover by inserting and twisting a screwdriver in the slots along the upper or lower edge of the receiver.
Mount the NOVA receiver at the highest point close to the control panel. Connect the antenna to the left terminal of ANT2.
Set all positions on DIP-switches (SW1 and SW2) to OFF (levers are pushed Downwards).
Wire the NOVA receiver to the control panel as shown in Figure 2.
Connect the Arm Follow output of the Control Panel to the ARM terminal on the receiver.
If this output gives a low or Ground signal when the panel is armed, set position 3 of SW1 to OFF.
If the Arm Follow output gives a high or open signal when the control panel is armed, set position 3 of SW1 to ON.
If the ARM connection is not used, position 3 remains OFF.
ADVANCED LEVEL INSTALLATION & OPERATION
The DIP-Switch positions and the supervision jumper are described in Table 2 and Table 4 below.
Table 2 : Configuration DIP -switch SW1 (8 Positions)
DIP Switch
Description
Comments
MOMENTARY mode OFF: During disarm only, upon memory activation, will display last 10 events by zone and transmitter (see Event
Retrieval From Memory.
1
ON : During disarm only, will display, zone by zone, all the transmitters that were activated with an indication of the
LATCH mode
events that occurred since the last arming (see Event Retrieval From Memory).
Zone outputs polarity OFF : Zone outputs are Normally Closed.
2
ON : Zone outputs are Normally Open.
ARM input polarity
OFF : Used if ARM FOLLOW output from panel is low (ground) when panel is armed.
3
ON : Used if ARM FOLLOW output from panel is high (or open) when panel is armed.
ON : During WRITE mode (see SW1 settings) a supervision signal is sent from the transmitter to the receiver
SUPERVISION
(RWT32S86800A-B, RWT72M86800A-B, RWT92P86800A-B).
4
ARM/DISARM option
During NORMAL mode ( see SW1 settings) for zone 1 only
EXIT/ENTRY DELAY ON : During WRITE mode when ON, an alarm signal within 30 seconds of arming will be ignored. Output due to an
5
alarm signal received more than 30 seconds after arming will be delayed by 30 seconds and cancelled if
receiver is disarmed during this period.
6
NOT 24 HOURS
ON: During WRITE mode, alarm signals received when receiver is disarmed will be ignored.
SW1 SETTINGS
OPERATIONAL MODES :
NORMAL MODE:
7 OFF, 8 OFF
Normal operation
WRITE MODE:
7 ON
8 OFF
Used to register transmitter addresses in receiver.
7, 8
COMMUNICATION MODE:
7 OFF, 8 ON
Used to test communication with transmitters.
APPLICATION MODE:
7 ON , 8 ON
Used to verify configuration of each transmitter.
Note: When the receiver is armed, the display will not light-up.
2
REGISTERING TRANSMITTER ADDRESSES IN RECEIVER:
1. Set SW1 position 7 to ON and 8 to OFF.
All LEDs blink. Then Zone 1 LED blinks and TX1 LED blinks or lights steadily (either condition is acceptable). Steady TX LED means location has no
transmitter address programmed.
2. Set SW1 positions 4, 5, 6 as required for the transmitter settings. (See Table 2)
3. Send WRITE transmission from the transmitter. (See Table 1)
All LEDs blink and buzzer sounds. Then Zone 1 LED blinks and TX1 LED blinks.
4. Press push-button S2 until LEDs indicate desired zone and transmitter number.
Zone LED blinks and TX LED blinks or lights steadily.
5. Set SW1 positions 4, 5, 6 as required for another transmitter setting, then send WRITE transmission from that transmitter.
All LEDs blink and buzzer sounds. Then Zone LED blinks and TX LED blinks.
6. Continue to advance the LEDs by pressing S2. Set SW1 positions 4, 5, 6 as required, and send WRITE transmissions until all transmitters have been
written in the receiver (up to 4 transmitters on each zone).
Blinking LEDs indicate present transmitter location, and WRITE action is confirmed by all LEDs blinking and buzzer sounding.
7. Set SW1 position 7 OFF.
All LEDs blink to indicate return to NORMAL MODE.
TO VERIFY SET-UP
1. Set SW1 positions 7 and 8 to ON.
LEDs blink. Then the green LEDs display a transmitter and the red LEDs display the settings. See Table 3.
2. Press push-button S2.
The green LEDs display the next transmitter and the red LEDs display its setting.
3. Continue pressing push-button S2 until setups of all transmitters have been displayed.
4. Set SW1 positions 7 and 8 to OFF.
All LEDs blink to indicate return to NORMAL MODE.
Table 3: Settings Indications
Red LED numbered from top to bottom
1
2
3
4
Setting
NOT 24 HOURS. DIP-switch SW1 position 6 was ON during WRITE transmission.
EXIT/ENTRY DELAY. DIP-switch SW1 position 5 was ON during WRITE transmission.
SUPERVISED. DIP-switch SW1 position 4 was ON during WRITE transmission.
WRITE transmission was from a RESTORABLE NOVA transmitter.
ARM/DISARM OPTION – ZONE 1 ONLY
In this option up to four keyfobs (RWT5486800A) can arm or disarm the receiver through zone 1. Once the system is armed it will be possible to disarm it by using any
of the four transmitters. In order to activate this option in NORMAL Mode set SW1 positions 7 and 8 to OFF and position 4 to ON..
Note: If you choose not to use this option (DIP switch 4 is in OFF position) you can use Zone 1 with all types of transmitters.
TO ERASE AN ADDRESS FROM RECEIVER
While in WRITE MODE (SW1, position 7 ON), press push-button S2 as often as needed until the desired transmitter location appears on the LEDs. The chosen zone
and transmitter LEDs will blink.
Press and hold tamper switch S1, then press push-button S2 for three seconds. Release push-button and tamper switch. All LEDs blink and buzzer sounds. Then
desired zone blinks and transmitter LED lights steadily. This will indicate removal of transmitter from system's memory.
Set SW1, position 7 to OFF to return to NORMAL MODE.
TROUBLE OUTPUT OPERATION
TROUBLE OUTPUT is activated while 1 or more (up to 4) of SW2 switches are set to ON. TROUBLE signals will activate the TROUBLE relay and together will
illuminate the red event LEDs. TROUBLE outputs are not affected by the ARM/DISARM setting of the system. Table 4 below describes TROUBLE signals and the
SW2 TROUBLE output settings.
Table 4: Output DIP - switch SW2 (4 positions) determines which TROUBLE signals produce an output at the TROUBLE terminals. The TROUBLE output contacts
are Normally Closed.
Corresponding LED display on
SW2 Position
TROUBLE Output when set ON
receiver
1
Low Battery.
Low battery
2
Tamper – from transmitter (RWT32S86800A-B, RWT72M86800A-B, RWT92086800A-B) or from Nova receiver. Tamper
3
Supervision – Gives an output if no signal is received from supervised transmitter for 3 or 8 hours (time depends Status
on setting of jumper JP1).
4
Jamming – Gives an output if there is interference or jamming on channel for 30 seconds or more.
Low battery + Status
Jumper JP1: Jumper JP1 determines the supervision period. Supervised transmitters (RWT32S, RWT72, RWT92) send signals periodically. Lack of signal for a
period determined by the jumper setting will cause a STATUS alarm on the receiver.
Jumper Placement
Supervision Time
On both JP1 pins
8 hours
On one JP1 pin or removed
3 hours
NORMAL MODE
Perform a functional test of the system by causing each transmitter to alarm, and noting proper response from the receiver and control panel.
When your receiver is in NORMAL MODE:
1.
SW1 positions 7 & 8 have been set to OFF.
2.
You may ARM/DISARM the receiver by use of an appropriate transmitter and/or by arming and disarming the control panel.
3.
During ARM periods:
All LEDs will be extinguished
Alarm signals will be received from transmitters and handled appropriately.
No LED display can be seen on the receiver.
4.
During DISARM periods:
If you have chosen LATCH display:
Display will appear automatically and will continue until the next ARM.
All events will be shown continuously, zone by zone, on the appropriate LEDs.
Events occurring to transmitters defined as 24 HOURS will activate zone relay and will be added to the LATCH display.
If you have chosen MOMENTARY display:
There will be no automatic LED indications of events that took place during previous ARM period. You may view up to 10 events by entering Event Retrieval
from Memory. Messages sent from transmitters can each be viewed for 2 seconds.
Events occurring to transmitters defined as 24 HOURS will activate zone relays and will appear in MOMENTARY mode.
EVENT RETRIEVAL FROM MEMORY
Up to 10 most recent events may be retrieved and displayed while receiver is disarmed. Note that last event will be displayed first.
1. Press the MEMORY push-button.
All LEDs blink, then the most recent event is displayed by lighting the relevant zone LED, the transmitter LED and an event LED. If the event was tamper or
jamming of the receiver, only the red event LED or LEDs will light.
2. Pressing the MEMORY push-button up to 10 times will display on the LEDs the last 10 events as above.
3. After all events have been displayed, pressing MEMORY push-button once more will return the receiver to NORMAL mode.
You may return to NORMAL mode at any time by pressing push-button MEMORY for 3 seconds. Receiver will return automatically to NORMAL mode if MEMORY
button is not pressed for 1minute. The memory will be cleared after getting into the WRITE MODE.
3
APPLICATION QUESTIONS & ANSWERS
Can I have supervised transmitters & detect low battery & tamper when I use Basic Installation Setup?
Yes. Connect the TROUBLE output of the receiver to a Trouble zone on your panel. Set the required SW2 positions to ON. Set SW1 position 4 to ON when you send
a WRITE transmission from a detector you want supervised (RWT32S86800A-B, RWT72M86800A-B, RWT92086800A-B). Do not forget to return SW1 position 4 to
OFF when sending WRITE from a non-supervised portable transmitter (RWT50P86800A-B, RP128T4Z000A, RWT54086800A).
What is a Restorable Transmitter?
A restorable transmitter sends an alarm signal when an alarm occurs, and another ("restore") signal when the alarm situation ends. The ON/OFF transmitters also
have this characteristic. When NOVA IV receives an alarm signal from one of these devices, it operates the output relay and holds it until it receives a restore signal,
instead of releasing the relay after two seconds. This means that if RWT72M is used to detect an open window, the panel cannot be armed with the window open, just
as when a window switch is wired directly to the panel.
SPECIFICATIONS
Operating Voltage and Current
Receiver Type
Outputs for NOVA IV
Maximum number of transmitters for NOVA IV
Transmitter Addresses
Frequency Options
Output Contacts
Dimensions (Width / Height / Depth)
Weight
Temperature Range
10 to 15 Vdc, 70 mA. typical, outputs NO
Superheterodyne
4 Alarm relay outputs plus 1 trouble relay output
16 (maximum 4 per zone)
Over 16 million
868.65 MHz as per European Standards
0.5 A at 24 Vdc maximum
W: 145 mm (5.7 in.) / H: 90 mm (3.54 in.) / D: 42 mm (1.65 in.)
200 gr. (7 oz.)
0 to 50°C (32 to 122°F)
CAUTION NOTICE
Operation is subject to the following two conditions:
This device may cause interference.
This device must accept any interference, including interference that may cause undesired operation of the device.
Changes or modifications not expressly approved by RISCO Group may void the user’s authority to operate this equipment.
The communication quality of this unit may be affected by its surrounding environment. Nearby electrical equipment may interfere with its normal
operation. The operation of this unit must, therefore, be tested at each installation since its transmission quality may vary as a result of operational
conditions.
Simultaneous transmissions from two different units may cause message interference resulting in loss of information.
RISCO GROUP LIMITED WARRANTY
RISCO Group and its subsidiaries and affiliates ("Seller") warrants its products to be free from defects in materials and workmanship under normal use for 18 months
from the date of production. Because Seller does not install or connect the product and because the product may be used in conjunction with products not
manufactured by the Seller, Seller can not guarantee the performance of the security system which uses this product. Sellers obligation and liability under this
warranty is expressly limited to repairing and replacing, at Sellers option, within a reasonable time after the date of delivery, any product not meeting the specifications.
Seller makes no other warranty, expressed or implied, and makes no warranty of merchantability or of fitness for any particular purpose. In no case shall seller be
liable for any consequential or incidental damages for breach of this or any other warranty, expressed or implied, or upon any other basis of liability whatsoever.
Sellers obligation under this warranty shall not include any transportation charges or costs of installation or any liability for direct, indirect, or consequential damages or
delay.
Seller does not represent that its product may not be compromised or circumvented; that the product will prevent any persona; injury or property loss by burglary,
robbery, fire or otherwise; or that the product will in all cases provide adequate warning or protection. Buyer understands that a properly installed and maintained alarm
may only reduce the risk of burglary, robbery or fire without warning, but is not insurance or a guaranty 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 loss based on a claim that the product fails to give warning. However, if seller is
held liable, whether directly or indirectly, for any loss or damage arising from under this limited warranty or otherwise, regardless of cause or origin, sellers maximum
liability shall not exceed the purchase price of the product, which shall be complete and exclusive remedy against seller.
No employee or representative of Seller is authorized to change this warranty in any way or grant any other warranty.
WARNING: This product should be tested at least once a week.
• Specifications are subject to change without prior notice. Should any questions arise, please contact your supplier.
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