DT AM Grade 3 - Home Controls

DT AM Grade 3 - Home Controls

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General Description

The

Industrial LuNAR DT AM Grade 3

is a dual technology ceiling detector with a mounting height of up to 8.6m (28ft) that incorporates RISCO Group’s Anti-Cloak™ Technology (ACT™). The detector has an

Intelligent Digital Signal Processing method that automatically adjusts the alarm threshold and pulse count verification according to actual intruder crossing speed and environmental factors, providing superior detection and false alarm immunity.

The

Industrial LuNAR DT AM Grade 3

can operate as a regular relay detector connected to any control panel, or as an addressable BUS detector when connected to RISCO Group’s ProSYS control panel via the RS485 BUS.

Industrial LuNAR DT AM Grade 3 Features

PD6662, EN50131-1, TS50131-2-4 Grade 3

Addressable Dual Technology detector with Anti-Cloak™ Technology

Up to 8.6 m (28ft) mounting height

360

0

by 18m (60ft) diameter coverage pattern

3 independent PIR channels for customized coverage

Intelligent Digital Signal Processing – alarm verification and decision thresholds adjusted according to actual intruder crossing speed

Built-in Triple EOL resistors, jumper selectable

Active IR for Anti-Masking meeting TS50131 requirements

Ceiling and cover tampers

"Green Line" setting – for disabling the MW when the premises are occupied

Opto–relays for low current consumption and long life

Remote and Local Self Test

Remote SET input

Remote RC control input

PIR coverage optimization by sliding the lenses

Microwave Range Adjustment manually (analog trimmer) and remotely (digital setting)

Trouble Indication (by LEDs or via communication)

3 Triple color LEDs for easy walk testing

Advanced Remote control and diagnostics

Reduced Power Consumption when connected to RISCO Group’s ProSYS

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Remote Control and Diagnostic Features

*

Remote microwave adjustment enables one-man walk test.

Diagnostic tools include detector input voltage reading and status of each PIR channel and

MW channel (signal voltage and noise levels), AM channel (signal voltage), SW version verification.

Remote display and control of detector settings: MW adjustment, ACT on/off, LEDs on/off.

Remote trouble indication (Pass/Fail) for the PIR, MW and power supply input

Control of MW bypass (during MW trouble) and MW disable during Disarm ("Green Line") when connected to ProSYS.

*Via the optional Bi-Directional Infrared Remote Control, or the ProSYS

Software and Keypad.

Upload/Download

Detection Method

The Industrial LuNAR DT AM Grade 3 detection is based on:

PIR

(Passive Infra-Red) - which responds to changes in the IR radiation caused when an intruder crosses the protected area.

MW

(Microwave) - which transmits signals and analyzes the frequency changes of the reflected echo from an intruder using Doppler Effect.

ALARM

is initiated only when both technologies trigger simultaneously (except for certain situations in the ACT mode-see page 4 – “How ACT™ Works”), thus greatly reducing the possibility of false alarms.

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How ACT™ Works

Anti-Cloak™ Technology (ACT™) provides the benefits of DT (Dual Technology) while avoiding its drawbacks. This patent pending innovation has created a new standard for detectors.

Dual Technology, a combination of PIR +MW, was an important development for the security industry...but, it has 2 major weaknesses:

IR emission blocking cloaks employed by intruders enable avoidance of detection.

PIR sensitivity is reduced when the protected area’s ambient temperature approaches body temperature.

Responding to requests from its customer base to solve these pressing problems, RISCO Group developed ACT™ -a revolutionary anti-cloak solution.

ACT™ prevents the alarm system from being bypassed, by neutralizing attempts to camouflage IR radiation. Using unique pattern recognition algorithms, ACT™ distinguishes between the weak IR signal of a moving intruder and the background noise and thermal interferences that may cause false alarms.

Temperature

Once the presence of an intruder is recognized, ACT™ switches the system automatically from dual channel PIR/MW mode to single channel MW mode for a predetermined period of time, in order to trigger an alarm utilizing the MW channel, and then returns to dual channel mode.

In the second case, when the ambient temperature approaches body temperature, the ACT™ switches to microwave-only detection.

Offering significantly higher detection capabilities as well as immunity from false alarms, ACT™ thwarts even the most sophisticated burglars.

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Industrial LuNAR DT AM Grade 3 Configuration Options

The

Industrial LuNAR DT AM Grade 3

can be configured and/or diagnosed remotely via one of the options:

ACT Mode

LEDs

MW Sensitivity

Diagnostics

Status/Trouble/Info Reports

AM Diagnostics

MW Bypass

MW Disable on Disarm

("Green Line") configuration

9

Manual

(

9

9 by trimmer)

-

-

Remote

Control

Device

9

9

9

9

9

ProSYS Bus

Control

- -

- -

- -

9

9

9

9

9

LED Display

The three Tri color LEDs in the

Industrial LuNAR DT AM Grade 3

, operate as herein described:

LED

Red

Steady

STATE

Flashing with low frequency

Flashing with high frequency

MEANING

Detector alarm (simultaneous PIR and MW detection)

Indicates malfunctioned communication with ProSYS

AM detection

Green

Flashing Trouble in the MW channel

Orange

All LEDs

Flashing

Flashing with change of color

Trouble in the PIR channel

Upon power up

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INSTALLATION

Preliminary steps:

Before installation, study the space to be protected carefully in order to choose the exact location of the unit for the best possible coverage.

Never install the LuNAR in an environment that causes an alarm condition in one technology.

Avoid installations where rotating machines (e.g. fans) are normally in operation within the coverage pattern. Point the unit away from glass exposed to the outdoors and objects that may change temperature rapidly.

Do not mount the detector in direct sunlight or near any heat sources. Detection sectors should be pointed either towards a wall, floor but not towards windows or curtains. The installation surface should be solid, smooth and vibration free

Eliminate interference from nearby outside sources.

For optimum detection, select a location likely to intercept an intruder moving across the coverage pattern.

Recommended mounting heights that allow 18m (60ft) detection, are from 3.7m to 8.6m.

The detector must be mounted on the ceiling, preferably in the center of the room.

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Typical Industrial LuNAR detection coverage and installation height, are illustrated below: m

8

7

6

5

2

1

4

3

Side View

8.6m/28ft Installation height Top View

30 26 20 13 7 0 7 13 20

9

30

8

26

6

20

4

13

2

7

0

0

2

7

4

13

6

20

8 9 m

26 30 ft

26 30 ft

9 8 6 4 2 0

18m/60"

2 4 6 8 9 m

NOTE:

When installing the Industrial LuNAR DT AM Grade 3 detector in a room occupied with high volume interfering elements, MW detection may be affected.

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Installation Process:

To open the detector

(Figure 1)

, remove the cover by inserting a screwdriver (1) in the recess between the detector’s protection cap and the cover. The cover will remain attached to the base of the detector.

Using a Philips screwdriver, release the upper cover screw (2) and gently pull upward the detector’s upper cover.

2

1

FIGURE 1

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Release the PCB holding screw

(Figure 2)

located on the right hand side of the PCB (1), pull gently the two release clips (2) outward and remove the PCB.

FIGURE 2

Do not touch the PIR sensors!

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If required, open

(Figure 3)

the wiring channels knockout using a cutter (1, 2) and knockout holes in the rear cover (3, 4) using a screwdriver.

FIGURE 3

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Insert the cable via the cable opening

(Figure 4)

and connect the desired wires as described in

“Step 4- Wiring”.

FIGURE 4

Mount the rear cover in its final location

(Figure 5)

using the 3 mounting screws and seal the remaining open holes with sealant.

NOTE:

When a single gang box is used, use 2 additional screws to mount the base to the single gang box.

The back tamper cannot be used in this case!

FIGURE -5

Back

Tamper

Hole

Return the PCB to its previous location and verify that it is well secured by the holding clips and the screw.

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Perform lens adjustment and DIP switch settings as described in “

Lens Adjustment

” on page 12 and on page 15.

Mount the top cover on the detector’s base.

Tighten the top cover’s central screw.

Replace the detector’s protection cap.

NOTE:

If ceiling tamper is desired, break and open the ceiling tamper hole at the detector’s base!

Lens Adjustment:

The Lunar has three - Fresnel lenses attached to the cover, located in sensor protective sleeves.

Adjust the position of the lenses based on the ceiling mounting height as follows:

Press the 2 clips attaching the sleeve

(Figure 6)

to the detector’s cover, and gently pull out the sleeve.

FIGURE 6

Remove the lens from the sleeve

(Figure 7)

by gently lifting it from the holding pins that secure it to the sides of the sleeve.

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FIGURE 7

Place the two pins, which are located on both sides of the sleeve into the matching slots on the lens.

Use the following table to select the desired lens position.

Return the protective sleeve back into place on the detector front cover.

Repeat steps 1 to 5 for the remaining 2 lenses.

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NOTES:

Below 3.7m mounting height, the coverage diameter starts decreasing, and at 2.7m height coverage diameter is 15m (50ft).

For customized coverage, it is possible to set the position of each lens to a different height, according to the installation conditions.

DO NOT TOUCH PIR

SENSORS

Relay Mode

Configuration

DIPswitch Settings

ACT LED

Green

Line

Self

Test

AM

RELAY

MODE

REMOTE

CONTROL

N/A N/A

1 2 3 4

BUS ADDRESS

5 6 7

BUS

MODE

N/A

8 9

TAMPER

BUS Mode

Configuration

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9

TAMPER EOL

1K

ALARM

EOL

ON

2.2K

4.7K

5.6K

6.8K

1

J3 J3

2 3 4

AM EOL

5 6 7 8 9

MW

Potentiometer

MIN MAX

RC/SET INPUT

0V

12V

PIR

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Selectors and Jumpers

RC/SET

INPUT

Used to determine the polarity of the external inputs.

12V: 12v has to be connected in order activate the function.

GND or N.C. has no influence on the RC/SET status.

(see Relay mode DIP switches configuration)

0V: The GND has to be connected in order to activate the function.

12v or N.C. has no influence on the RC/SET status.

(see Relay mode DIP switches configuration)

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EOL

RESISTORS

JUMPERS

FAULT/AM EOL

JUMPERS

No

12K

Resistor

(Default)

The jumpers are used when connecting the detector to a DEOL or TEOL Zone. The jumpers allow the selection of TAMPER, ALARM E.O.L resistors (1K, 2.2K, 4.7K, 5.6K or 6.8K), according to the control panel settings. An additional double jumper allows the connection of 12K FAULT/AM

E.O.L resistor (see EOL Resistors Schematic).

Follow the terminal block connection diagram when connecting the detector to a Double/Triple

End Of Line (DEOL/TEOL) Zone.

Schematic of EOL Resistors

DIP Switch Settings

The

Industrial LuNAR DT AM Grade 3

has a 9 position DIP switch that changes functionality for use in

Relay

mode or in

BUS

operation mode. Set the DIP switch according to the tables below:

ON

Factory Default Settings:

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9

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Relay Mode Configuration (DIP switch 6=OFF)

:

DIP switch

Number

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8-9

Description

Used to determine the operation of the ACT

DIP switch ON

: ACT is enabled

DIP switch OFF

: ACT is disabled (default factory)

Used to determine the operation of the detector’s LEDs

Dip switch ON

: LEDs are enabled (default factory)

DIP switch OFF

: LEDs are disabled

Used to determine the operation of the "Green Line" (See Note below)

DIP switch ON

: "Green Line" is enabled

DIP switch OFF

: "Green Line" is disabled (default factory)

Used to determine the type of Self Test (See Note below)

DIP switch ON

: Local Self Test:

In case the local self test fails, the FAULT/AM Relay is activated for a period of 2.5 secs.

DIP switch OFF

: Remote Self Test (default factory):

In case the remote self test passes, the Alarm Relays are activated for a period of 5 secs.

In case the test fails, FAULT/AM Relay is activated for a period of 2.5 seconds.

Used to determine whether Active IR Anti-Masking is active. (See Note below)

DIP switch ON

: Enable

DIP switch OFF

: Disable (default factory)

IMPORTANT:

If the AM is enabled via DIP Switch 5, the cover must be fitted within 1 minute from applying the power. If the detector is already powered up and DIP Switch 5 is turned on, the unit must be down powered to reset the AM calibration.

Used to determine the detector’s connection mode

DIP switch OFF

: Relay mode

Used to determine if the Remote Control communication is enabled or disabled.

DIP switch ON

: RC communication is always enabled.

DIP switch OFF

: RC communication depends on the voltage applied to the terminal block

“RC”

(default factory)

When an activation signal is applied to the RC input of the terminal block, RC is enabled.

IMPORTANT:

Turn dipswitch 7 “OFF” after installation and when leaving the site for security reasons. This will prevent unauthorized use of a remote control unit that may be used to disable the detector.

DIP switches OFF

NOTE:

See Set Terminal Blocks for activation details.

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BUS Mode Configuration (DIP switch 6=ON):

ON

BUS ADDRESS

BUS

MODE

N/A

TAMPER

1 2 3 4 5 6 7

8 9

DIP switch

Number

Description

1-5

6

7

8-9

ID

01

02

03

04

05

06

07

08

09

10

11

12

13

14

15

16

Used to set the detector ID number. (See Table 1)

Set the ID number in the same way as for any other ProSYS accessory.

Used to determine the detector’s connection mode.

DIP switch ON

: ProSYS connection – BUS configuration

NOTE:

Upon power up or normal operation, the LuNAR waits 10 seconds for ProSYS communication.

Communication problem may occur due to bad wiring, wrong address, or ProSYS not configured properly; RED LEDs will continuously flash until the problem is solved.

Not applicable (RC communication

is automatically enabled when entering Walk Test mode in the ProSYS and disabled otherwise).

DIP Switch ON

: in order to enable the detector to report the tamper status to ProSYS.

Table 1: ID Settings for BUS connection

1 2 3 4 5

OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF

ID

17

ON OFF OFF OFF OFF

OFF ON OFF OFF OFF

18

19

ON ON OFF OFF OFF

OFF OFF ON OFF OFF

ON OFF ON OFF OFF

OFF

ON

ON

ON

ON OFF OFF

ON OFF OFF

OFF OFF OFF ON OFF

ON OFF OFF ON OFF

20

21

22

23

24

25

26

1

OFF OFF OFF OFF ON

ON OFF OFF OFF ON

OFF

ON

OFF

ON

2

ON

ON

3 4

OFF OFF OFF ON

5

ON OFF OFF ON

ON OFF OFF ON

OFF OFF ON OFF ON

ON OFF ON OFF ON

ON OFF ON

ON OFF ON

ON OFF OFF ON

ON

ON

OFF

ON

ON OFF ON OFF

ON OFF ON OFF

OFF OFF ON

ON OFF ON

OFF

ON

ON

ON

ON

ON

ON OFF

ON OFF

ON OFF

ON OFF

27

28

29

30

31

32

OFF

ON

ON OFF ON

ON OFF ON

OFF OFF ON

ON OFF ON

OFF

ON

ON

ON

ON

ON

ON

ON

ON

ON

ON

ON

ON

ON

ON

ON

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Terminal Blocks

TERMINAL BLOCK 1 DESCRIPTION

+12V (RED)

- (BLK)

BUS (GRN)

BUS (YEL)

Power supply positive (+) input voltage

Common to control panel power supply

Used for data communication with the

ProSYS

Used for data communication with the

ProSYS

SET

Used to remotely SET/UNSET the detector.

When an activation signal (see RC/SET Activation jumper for settings) is applied to the

SET input of the terminal block:

Œ

AM will be disabled

(if the AM DIP switch 5 was previously ON)

Œ

MW module is enabled

(if the Green Line DIP switch 3 was previously ON).

Removing an activation signal will cause a Self Test (if the Remote Self Test DIP switch

4 was previously OFF).

RC

(REMOTE

CONTROL)

Used to enable/disable the remote control communication, only when DIP switch 7 is

“OFF”.

IMPORTANT:

When an activation signal (see RC/SET input jumper for settings) is applied to the RC input of the terminal block,

Remote Control will be enabled

.

Note:

DIP switch 7 “ON” constantly enables RC communication.

Turn DIP switch 7 “OFF” after installation and when leaving the site for security reasons. This will prevent unauthorized use of a remote control unit that may be used to disable the detector.

Not relevant in BUS mode

TERMINAL BLOCK 2

AM/FAULT

DESCRIPTION

TAMPER

ALARM

Normally closed output

The AM/FAULT output opens in the following events:

Detector is masked (ALARM also opens in this case)

Self Test failed

Input voltage is low (6VDC-8VDC)

Normally closed output

Normally closed output

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Walk Test

NOTE:

To perform the walk test, first enable the LEDs.

Two minutes after applying power (warm-up period), walk test the detector over the entire protected area to verify proper operation of the detector and observe the Tri - color LED. The edge of the microwave pattern is determined by the first red LED activation (both PIR and MW LEDs are triggered).

NOTE:

If the PIR/MW LEDs do not TURN ON, probably it means that there is a problem with either the lens (PIR) position, or MW adjustment!

Adjust the microwave sensitivity by turning the PCB potentiometer (using a screwdriver), or by using the Remote Control device. Walk test the unit from all directions to determine all the detection pattern boundaries.

NOTE:

Adjust the MW to the lowest possible setting that will still provide enough coverage for the entire protected area!

When using the Remote Control device, it is recommended to perform the LuNAR Self Test; for further instructions refer to the Remote Control Instructions.

Upon completion of installation and testing stages, ensure that all switches are in their desired positions.

IMPORTANT:

Turn DIP switch 7 “OFF” after installation and when leaving the site for security reasons. This will prevent unauthorized use of a remote control unit, that may be used to disable the detector.

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Troubleshooting

This section describes possible system problems and their solutions:

Always perform the following preliminary checks before referring to the troubleshooting table:

Perform a complete visual inspection of the LuNAR, for signs of mechanical damage, loose connections or torn wires.

Check the connections of the incoming AC power source.

Trouble

ProSYS Configuration of detectors fails/not accepted by the system

Tamper indication while working in the BUS mode

Tamper indication in the Relay or BUS mode

Walk test cannot be initiated via the ProSYS keypad during Walk test - MW channel does not function

Green LED doesn’t operate

Meaning

ID configuration problem

Response

Disconnect all power sources, configure the desired IDs and reconnect power again

Verify that both DIP 8 and 9 are in

ON position

Tamper connection malfunction

Tamper probably not closed

Wrong code

Visually verify that ceiling tamper and spring are correctly installed

Insert the appropriate code

Industrial LuNAR is configured (via the ProSYS) to the “MW disable on DISARM” during ProSYS’s

DISARM mode

Industrial LuNAR operating in

Bypass mode due to “Bypass

MW channel mode”

Normal behavior

Reset the detector.

If MW channel trouble reoccurs, replace the detector with a new one

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Specifications

Coverage

Variable Mounting Height

RFI immunity

Operating voltage

Current consumption

Alarm and AM contacts

Tamper contacts

Alarm Time

Warm-up time

Optical Filtering for white light protection

Operating temperature

Storage temperature

Dimensions (Height x Diameter)

Coverage pattern consists of 192 fingers (96 Fresnel facets) divided into 3 lens sections.

Each lens section has 4 adjustable vertical positions for variable mounting height and customized coverage.

360° by 18m (60ft) diameter. When mounting the detector under 3.7m, the coverage diameter starts to decrease up to

15m (50ft).

From 2.7m to 8.6m (9’ to 28’), 4 lens positions according to installation height

40 V/m from 10MHz to 1GHz

9 to 16VDC

20mA at 12VDC, 30mA at 16 VDC, Maximum 40mA with all LEDs on.

Opto-relay NC, 100mA, 24 VDC

NC, 500mA, 24 VDC

2.2 seconds

2 minutes

Pigmented Fresnel lens

-20° C to 55° C (-4° F to 131° F)

-20° C to 60° C (-4° F to 140° F)

99mm x 194mm (3.9’’x 7.6’’)

The

Industrial LuNAR DT AM Grade 3

detector is suitable for use in installations complying with

PD6662, EN50131-1 and TS50131-2-4 Grade 3, Class II.

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Ordering Information

Part Number Description

RK200DTG300A

RK200DTG3UKA

RK200DTG3FRA

RK200DTG3DEA

Industrial LuNAR DT AM Grade 3 Detector, 10.525GHz

Industrial LuNAR DT AM Grade 3 Detector, 10.687GHz

Industrial LuNAR DT AM Grade 3 Detector, 9.9GHz

Industrial LuNAR DT AM Grade 3 Detector, 9.35GHz

RK200RC0000A Industrial LuNAR Remote Control

RTTE Compliance Statement

Hereby, RISCO Group declares that this detector (RK200DTG300A) is in compliance with the essential requirements and other relevant provisions of Directive 1999/5/EC.

Table for P/N: RK200DTG300A

Part No: RK200DTG3FRA - can only be used in: AT, CZ, EE, FI, FR, PT

Part No: RK200DTG3UKA - can only be used in the UK

Part No: RK200DTG3DEA - can only be used in DE

NOTES

FCC NOTE:

FCC ID: JE4RK200DT

Refers to P/N: RK200DTG3xxA

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 on and off, 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 the receiver.

Connect the equipment into an outlet on to a different circuit from that to which the receiver is connected.

Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.

Changes or modifications to this equipment which are not expressly approved by the party responsible for compliance RISCO Group could void the user's authority to operate the equipment.

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 24 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 intruder, 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 intruder, 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

Contacting RISCO Group

RISCO Group is committed to customer service and product support. You can contact us through our website (www.riscogroup.com) or at the following telephone and fax numbers:

United Kingdom USA

Tel:+44-161-655-5500 Tel:+305-592-3820 [email protected] [email protected]

Italy

Tel: +39-02-66590054 [email protected] [email protected]

Spain

[email protected] support @riscogroupusa.com

Brazil

Tel:+55-11-3661-8767 [email protected] [email protected]

China

Tel:+34-91-490-2133 [email protected] [email protected]

France

Tel: +33-164-73-28-50 [email protected] [email protected]

Belgium

Tel: +86-21-52-39-0066 [email protected] [email protected]

Poland

Tel: +48-22-500-28-40

Fax: +48-22-500-28-41

[email protected]

Israel

Tel: +32-2522 7622 [email protected] [email protected]

Tel: +972-3963-7777 [email protected] [email protected]

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