Motion Detector Alarm

Motion Detector Alarm
User Guide
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MAS-AMD120
Motion Detector Alarm
Please keep these instructions in a safe place for future reference.
Kit Contents:
1 Motion Detector Alarm Unit
2 Keychain Remote Controls with [ CR2032 alkaline ] batteries
Tools and Equipment Required:
Philips Screwdriver, Drill, Drill Bit
(3) x AA alkaline batteries for Motion Detector Alarm Unit
Safety:
Always follow the manufacturers advice when using power tools; steps, ladders etc. and wear
suitable protective equipment (e.g. safety goggles) when drilling holes etc. Before drilling
holes in walls, check for hidden cables and pipes, the use of a cable/pipe locater may be
advisable if in doubt. The use of ear protection is advisable when working in close proximity
to the Siren due to the high sound level produced by this device. All components are suitable
for mounting in dry interior locations only.
Introduction:
The Remote Control is used to ARM and DISARM the system. The Remote Control operates
using Infrared so it must be pointing directly at the Motion Detector Alarm Unit to function.
The Motion Detector uses Passive Infrared (PIR) technology designed to detect movement in
an area by detecting changes in infrared radiation levels caused for example when a person/
animal moves within the devices field of vision.
The system has 2 operating modes: ALARM and CHIME. Chime Mode is a low security feature
that will produce a door-chime sound when the alarm is triggered. In Alarm Mode the device
will produce a constant high volume alarm sound when triggered.
Positioning the Motion Detector Alarm Unit:
The recommended position for a PIR type motion detector is in the corner of a room
mounted at a height of approximately 6.5 feet. At this height, the detector will have a range
of up to 20 feet with a 120° field of view. When considering and deciding upon the mounting
position for the detector the following points should be considered:
• Where possible, mount the detector in the corner of the room where the logical path of an
intruder would be across the device. PIR detectors respond more effectively to movement
across the device than to movement directly towards it.
• Do not position the unit facing a window or where it is in direct sunlight. PIR Detectors are
not suitable for use in conservatories.
• Do not position the unit where it is exposed to a draft.
• Do not position the unit directly above a strong heat source.
• Do not position the unit where it is subject to excessive vibration.
Installation:
Configuring the Remote Control:
1.Slide off the battery cover.
2.Select a random ON/OFF combination for the 4 DIP switches located in the battery
compartment. This is the House Code that enables the Remote Control and Motion
Detector Alarm Unit to communicate.
3.Set operating mode switch to ALARM or CHIME according to the required operating
mode.
4.If fitted, carefully remove the battery isolation tab from between the batteries. If the
batteries are dislodged replace them noting the correct polarity shown inside the battery
compartment.
5.Replace the battery compartment cover.
Configuring the Motion Detector Alarm Unit:
1.Undo the battery cover fixing screw and remove the cover.
2.Insert (3) x AA alkaline batteries noting the correct polarity shown inside the battery
compartment.
3.To program the house code on the Motion Detector Alarm Unit press the LEARN button
located in the battery compartment. The LED indicator on the front will start flashing.
4.Point the Remote Control at the Motion Detector Alarm Unit and press the ARM button
for 1 second. The Unit will beep and the LED will stop flashing when the signal is received.
5.Replace the battery cover and fixing screw.
System Operation:
1. Operating in the Chime Mode
To activate CHIME mode the mode selector switch in the Remote Control battery
compartment must be set in the CHIME position. Point the Remote Control at the Motion
Detector Alarm Unit and press the ARM button. The alarm will produce a door-chime sound
each time the Motion Detector senses movement.
2. Operating in the Alarm Mode:
To activate ALARM mode the mode selector switch in the Remote Control battery
compartment must be set in the ALARM position. Point the Remote Control at the Motion
Detector Alarm Unit and press the ARM button. The alarm will beep and the LED indicator
will start flashing. The LED will continue flashing until the 45s exit-delay expires, at which
point the Alarm will be armed. The exit-delay allows time for you to leave the protected area
without triggering the alarm.
3. Triggering the Alarm in Alarm Mode:
If the PIR movement is detected while the system is armed then the alarm will beep and the
LED indicator will start flashing. This continues until the 30s entry-delay expires at which
point the siren will activate. The entry-delay allows time for you to DISARM the alarm before
the siren activates. To stop the Alarm, point the Remote Control at the Motion Detector Alarm
Unit and press the DISARM button.
Disarming the Alarm /Exiting Chime Mode:
Point the Remote Control at the Motion Detector Alarm Unit and press the DISARM button.
The alarm will beep and the LED will flash.
Panic Feature:
In the event of threat or danger an alarm can be immediately initiated at any time by pointing
the Remote Control at the Motion Detector Alarm Unit and pressing and holding both the
ARM and DISARM buttons on the Remote Control together for 2 seconds. To stop the Alarm,
point the Remote Control at the Motion Detector Alarm Unit and press the DISARM button.
Low Battery Warning
Motion Detector Alarm Unit:
The LED on the front of the alarm flashes continuously every 1.5 seconds to indicate a low
battery. (Except during Entry/ Exit delay)
Keychain Remote Control:
If the LED does not light up or is dim, this indicates the battery is low and needs replacing.
Testing:
• It is recommended that the system is tested immediately after installation and at regular
intervals not exceeding 1 month.
• To test the system, ARM the alarm and then trigger the Motion Detector detector
(by walking in front of it) and then stop the alarm.
• Remember to allow the exit-delay to expire before triggering the detectors.
Note:
A cloth can be used to cover the siren and reduce the sound output of the alarm during testing.
WARNING—Risk of Personal Injury Prolonged exposure to alarm siren may cause permanent hearing damage or loss.
FCC COMPLIANCE
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. (2) This device must accept any interference received including interference that may cause undesired operation.
* Federal Communications Commission (FCC) Statement
WARNING: 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.
* You are cautioned that changes or modifications not expressly approved by the party responsible for compliance could void your authority to operate the equipment.
12-MONTH WARRANTY
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