DC418 Magnetic Contact Operation and Installation Manual

DC418 Magnetic Contact Operation and Installation Manual
DC418 Magnetic Contact Operation and
Installation Manual
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DC418
Intrusion
Tampering / Removal Protection
External Field / Fault
BK
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WH
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GN
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Burglary Alarm System
Intrusion zone
Tamper zone
Intrusion internal zone
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DC418
Intrusion
Tampering / Removal Protection
External Field / Fault
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Burglary Alarm System
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RD
Termination Resistor
Rx
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12-24 V DC
Intrusion zone
Command input
Tamper zone
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Item
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Description
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Description
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Magnetic detector AMK 100
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Magnet AMK 100
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Detector Cover
Thanks to its certification according to EN 50131-2-6:2008
grade 4 and VdS 2120 class C, the magnetic detector DC418
allows for contact-free opening monitoring of doors and
windows in accordance with the highest security requirement
specifications.
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Magnet Cover
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Spacer Disk
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Spacer Disk (Large)
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Spacer Disk (Magnet)
Compared to other high-security magnetic detectors, this
product also has enhanced external field monitoring, which can
be used to detect an abnormally large difference between the
code that was applied and the code that was taught in.
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Mounting Bracket
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Countersunk Screw M4x12
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Countersunk Sheet-Metal Screw 3,5x19
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Dome Head Screw M3x18
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Dome Head Screw M3x8
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Dome Head Screw M3x4
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Dome Head Sheet-Metal Screw 2,9x19
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Dome Head Sheet-Metal Screw 2,9x13
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Double Sticker VdS
The ability to teach-in this detector to one of eight different
magnet variants at the installation location provides for a
higher level of security and allows the system to remain
relatively flexible with respect to tolerances. The code is
assigned at the installation location and is not already defined
for the detector at the factory. If a magnetic component is lost
or damaged, you can simply replace it with a new one and then
teach-in the detector to the new component.
According to the EN (but not to VdS) the connection wires are
suitable for the connection of an alarm wire loop. The
maximum number of detectors that can be connected in series
for the evaluation is based on the maximum permitted values
of the relevant alarm system.
Positioning
For positioning, take note of Figure 5 and the following
instructions. The orientation from the magnetic housing to the
detector housing is predefined and must conform to the
illustration.
The electronic switches, are potential-free relating to direct
current from the rest of the circuit, and are closed when not in
use.
Install the detector and magnet by screwing them in at the
installation location. Each of the components is provided with
two drill holes on the side of the housing for this purpose.
The following table provides an overview of the behaviour of
the out- puts under various conditions.
When mounting on ferromagnetic materials, the detector and
magnet must be mounted on the side of the frame towards
which it is opened.
Table 1: Generation of signals
Note: A minimum clearance of 2 mm to ferromagnetic
materials has to be ensured by means of the provided spacers.
Signals
Intrusion
Magnetic field is too weak
Tamper
Fault
1
Magnetic field is within the
tolerance based on its
orientation and intensity
Magnetic field is too strong
1
1
Magnetic field is within the
tolerance based on its intensity,
but outside of the tolerance
based on its orientation
1
1
Detector is removed from the
installation surface
Voltage is below the minimum
voltage level
Command mode is active
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Legend: 1 – Alarm was triggered
If none of the conditions is true, no alarm signal will be generated.
Installation
Scope of delivery
All of the components that are included in the scope of delivery
are shown in Figure 2. Please check whether you have all
components and tools before you begin with the installation.
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To ensure reliable detection of tampering, an installation gap of
between 5 and 15 mm must be maintained between the
magnet and the detector. Also be sure not to exceed the
maximum installation offset of 1.5 mm on the sides.
This refers to the offset on all sides in the entire level, parallel
to the opposite surfaces. You can use the included spacers to
compensate for differing installation levels of the detector and
magnet.
After the detector has been taught-in to the magnet, the
relative position of these two components (with respect to one
another) must not be changed by more than 1.5 mm
(tolerance). Possible reasons for such a difference include
strong temperature dependencies or readjustment. If this value
is exceeded, the detector must be retaught to the magnets.
When you do this, make sure that the required installation
offsets are still maintained.
If the offset is within 1.5 mm after you have taught-in the
detector, the maximum gap that is created between the two
components may exceed the original installation gap.
Finishing the installation
Figure 7 provides a detailed view of which elements of the
detector are relevant for finishing installation.
If the cable is to be routed out of the side of the housing, the
thinner housing section on the inside must be disengaged and
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the cable must be moved accordingly, before you screw in the
detector. Do not place the housing cover on the detector until
you have finished the teach-in procedure (see "Configuration"
section); otherwise, the LEDs that are needed for the teach-in
procedure will no longer be visible.
After you put the housing cover on, seal both detector
components with the supplied VdS stickers.
When connecting the wires, make sure that the command
wires are either insulated or connected to a fixed potential, to
prevent undesired execution of commands. Also make sure
that solely the installation contractor has access to the
command wire. Thus it must not be laid to the alarm control
unit.
Note: VdS Systems allow just 1 detector per indication group.
Note: You can only learn-in the detector to the environment
when it is in the “Detector Reset” state. To reset the detector,
proceed as described in the “Resetting the detector” section.
To learn-in the unit to the installation environment:
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Contact the command wire to ground to activate the learnin procedure for the environment.
2.
The LED lights up red for several seconds to indicate that
the “Learn-in Environment” command was selected.
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The LED then starts to flash red for several seconds.
Contact the command wire to ground again to confirm the
command. If you do not want to execute the command, let
the confirmation time elapse.
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If you confirm the command in time, the LED stops
flashing. The detector switches to the “Environment
Learnt-In” state, in which you can learn-in the unit to the
magnet.
The detector is encapsulated so that it meets protection class
IP 67, in accordance with IEC 529. The switch for removal
protection also has the same protection class.
Learning-in the unit to the magnet
Configuration
Note: To configure the detector, it has to be connected to a
power supply.
Basics – command types
The grade 4 magnetic detector has three different commands:
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Learn-in the unit to the environment
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Learn -in the unit to the magnet
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Reset all values
You can only learn-in the detector to the magnet when it is in
the “Environment Learnt-In” state. To learn-in the detector to
the environment, proceed as described in the “Learning-in the
unit to the environment” section.
If an error occurred during the learn-in process of the unit to
the environment, the detector can be reset without having to
first learn-in the unit to the magnet.
This can be achieved by a brief disconnection of the powersupply. Afterwards, proceed according to the “Learning-in the
unit to the installation environment” section.
All commands are triggered by a brief connection of the
command wire to the zero potential (“contact ground”).
Figure 11: Overview of learning phases
Detector Reset
Default State: LED off
Note: The magnet must already be correctly installed at this
time. To improve visibility of the LED while selecting this
command, you can hold the magnet outside of its closed
position (open window/ door). In this case, be ready to
immediately return the magnet to its closed position when
required to do so.
To learn-in the unit to the magnet:
Learn-In Environment
Indication: Red
Temporarily disconnect
Power Supply
LED off
Environment Learnt-In
Reset Detector
LED off
Indication: Orange
Learn-In Magnet
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Contact the command wire to ground to activate the learnin procedure for the magnet.
2.
The LED lights up green for several seconds to indicate
that the “Learn-In Magnet” command was selected.
3.
The LED then starts to flash green for several seconds.
Contact the command wire to ground again to confirm the
command. If you do not want to execute the command, let
the confirmation time elapse.
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If you confirm the command in time, the LED flashes more
quickly. Now return the magnet to its closed position (if it is
not already in that position). If the requirements are met,
the detector switches to the “Magnet Learnt-In” state, in
which the monitoring of the mag- net position and the
signal outputs are activated.
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A red lamp indicates that the magnet was incorrectly
positioned or that the magnetic field is too small due to
other reasons. In this case, the detector remains in the
“Environment Learnt-In” state, and the unit must be learntin to the magnet again.
Indication: Green
Magnet Learnt-In
Detection Active: LED off
Standard learn-in procedure
Both learn-in commands must be executed to learn-in the
detector.
Learning-in the unit to the installation environment
Before learning the unit to the environment, make sure that
there are no devices or objects in the immediate vicinity of the
magnetic switch which could create a strong magnetic field and
disturb the detector in performing its functions. The magnet
that belongs to the detector may also not be located within the
immediate vicinity when you learn-in the detector to the
environment.
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Resetting the detector
A detector reset is required when you need to update the
previously learnt-in data or adjust the detector to a new magnet
or installation situation.
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Note: Once you reset the detector, all changes you made are
lost.
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Contact the command wire to ground to activate the reset
procedure.
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The LED lights up orange for several seconds to indicate
that the “Reset Detector” command was selected.
3.
The LED then starts to flash orange for several seconds.
Contact the command wire to ground again to confirm the
command. If you do not want to execute the command, let
the confirmation time elapse.
4.
If you confirm the command in time, the LED stops
flashing. The detector discards all changes and switches
to the “Detector Reset” state, in which you can learn-in the
unit to the environment.
Specifications
Operating voltage
12 to 24 V DC
Power consumption (monitoring mode)
Approx. 5 mA (typical)
Power consumption (learn-in mode,
LED)
max. 13 mA
Permitted installation gap between
magnet and detector
5 to 12 mm
Installation offset on the sides (revolving) max. 1.5 mm
Clearance from metal components
min. 2 mm
Permitted tolerance after learn-in (radial)
max. 1.5 mm
Signal output
Electronic switch
Transfer resistance (closed)
approx. 7 Ω (typical)
Transfer resistance (open)
≥10 MΩ
Wiring configuration for EN version
Electrical isolation between input and
output
min. 30 V
Wire(s)
Type
Assignment
Permitted output current
max. 50 mA
Red
Supply
Supply voltage (+)
Permitted output voltage
max. 30 V
Blue
Supply
Ground (-)
Measurement speed
approx. 100 ms
Connection cable
LIYY 9 x 0.14 mm² copper
tin−plated
Pink
Input
Command input
Black, brown
Output
Intrusion
Yellow, green
Output
Tampering (removal protection)
White, grey
Output
Fault (external field)
Wiring configuration for VdS version
Wire(s)
Type
Assignment
Red
Supply
Supply voltage
Blue
Supply
Neutral
Pink
Input
Command input
Yellow (4x)*
Output
Intrusion, tampering (removal
protection)
White (2x)
Output
Fault (external field)
Note: To ease the determination of the matching pairs, first finish the
mounting of the detector. Afterwards you can measure about 4 Ω at
the tamper output and 10 MΩ at the alarm output.
Distances
Mounted on non ferromagnetic material
Approach distance
15 mm ± 3 mm
Break distance
18 mm ± 3 mm
Fault trigger distance
−3 mm ± 1 mm
Mounted on ferromagnetic material
Cable conductors
See Table 1
Cable diameter
Ø 5.8 mm
Cable length
Up to 10 m
Temperature range
-40°C to +70°C
Regulatory information
Manufacturer
UTC Fire & Security Americas Corporation, Inc.
1275 Red Fox Rd., Arden Hills, MN 55112-6943, USA
Authorized EU manufacturing representative:
UTC Fire & Security B.V.
Kelvinstraat 7, 6003 DH Weert, Netherlands
Protection
class
IP67 EN III/A
Certification
EN
Grade 4, EN-ST-000222
2012/19/EU (WEEE directive): Products marked with
this symbol cannot be disposed of as unsorted
municipal waste in the European Union. For proper
recycling, return this product to your local supplier
upon the purchase of equivalent new equipment, or
dispose of it at designated collection points. For more
information see: www.recyclethis.info.
Contact information
Approach distance
30 mm ±20%
Break distance
27 mm ±30%
www.utcfireandsecurity.com or www.interlogix.com.
Fault trigger distance
29 mm ±30%
For customer support, see www.utcfssecurityproducts.eu
See Figure 8.
The values refer to the Y-distance relative to the learning position.
Values along the Z-axis may differ. If required they are to be
determined separately.
The distances may vary depending on the installation situation, the
magnetic code and the learning distance. Before the device is brought
into service, they are to be verified.
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