Ceiling Mount PIR Intrusion Detector 1 Overview 2 Installation

Ceiling Mount PIR Intrusion Detector 1 Overview 2 Installation
NOTICE!
Ceiling Mount PIR Intrusion Detector
The PIR detector will react to objects rapidly
changing temperature within its field-of-view.
DS939
For optimum detection, select a location likely to intercept an
intruder moving across the coverage pattern. Refer to Figure 2.1
Location Selection.
en Installation Guide
Figure 2.1: Location Selection
3 Mounting
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1 Overview
The DS939 is a ceiling mount motion detector with 360°, 70 ft
diameter coverage. The PIR subsystem incorporates three pyro sensors and lenses. The additional sensors provide improved signal-tonoise ratios over single pyro designs.
Recommended mounting height range is 3.7 to 7.6 m (12 to 25
ft). A coverage area of 12.2 - 21.3 m (40 to 70 ft) is available
when mounted between 2.4 to 3.7 m (8 to 12 ft).
The surface should be solid and vibration-free (i.e. drop tiles
should be secured if the area above the tiles is used as an air
return for HVAC systems).
To open the detector, locate the arrow on the cover of the
detector. Refer to Figure 3.1 Opening Detector callout (1). Turn a
screwdriver in the recess between the cover and the base. Refer
to Figure 3.1 Opening Detector callout (2). One side of the cover
remains attached to the base of the detector.
2 Installation Considerations
Never install the detector in an environment that causes an alarm
condition. Good installations start with the LED OFF when there is
no target motion. It should never be left to operate with the LED in
a constant or intermittent alarm (blue) condition.
Avoid installations where rotating machines (e.g. ceiling 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.
Figure 3.1: Opening Detector
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If necessary, you may remove the base from the cover by pressing the two cover release tabs inward while lifting the base
away from the cover. Refer to Figure 3.2 Cover Release Tabs.
Figure 3.2: Cover Release Tabs
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Route wiring as necessary to the rear of the base and through
the center hole.
NOTICE!
Be sure all wiring is de-energized before routing.
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Firmly mount the base. Depending on local regulations, the
base may be directly surface mounted using anchors, mollies, or
wing-nuts. It may also be mounted to standard 3.5 in. octagonal
electrical box. The detector may also be connected directly to
short lengths (short enough to avoid movement of the detector)
of 1.27 cm (½ in) EMT.
4 Wiring
CAUTION!
Only apply power after all connections have been
made and inspected. Do not coil excess wiring inside detector. Use no smaller than #22 AWG (0.8
mm) wire in the terminal strip.
NOTICE!
Input power must use only a Listed Limited Power
Source. Some countries require that the Alarm and
Tamper Contacts be connected to a SELV (Safety
Extra-Low Voltage) circuit only.
POWER ALARM TAMPER
NOTICE!
Mounting to removable ceiling tiles is not recommended unless a sandwich is made of the base,
ceiling tile and a back plate behind the tile.
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+
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+
NO
C
NC
T
T
M
Figure 4.1: Terminal Wiring
4.1 Terminals 1 (-) & 2 (+):
Power. Use no smaller than 0.8 mm (#22 AWG) wire pair between the unit and the power source.
4.2 Terminals 3 (NO), 4 (C), & 5 (NC):
Use terminals 4 & 5 for Normally Closed circuits. Do not use with
capacitive or inductive loads.
4.3 Terminals 6 (T) & 7 (T):
Normally Closed tamper contacts rated at 28 VDC, 125 mA.
Figure 3.3: Mounting Base
Callout
Description
1
Wire entrance and/or EMT mounting
2
Mounting holes
3
Tamper post
4
Wire entrance for surface mounting
5
Holes for cable ties
4.4 Terminal 8 (M):
The memory mode requires a supply voltage on Terminal 8 to be
activated. Refer to Section 7.1 for operation and wiring information.
5 Feature Selection
HIGH
ON
LOW
OFF
NOTICE!
Using the curved mounting slots allows the detector
to be rotated up to 60° to obtain the desired coverage. Refer to Figure 3.3 Mounting Base callout (2).
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If ceiling tamper is desired, loosen the tamper post by cutting
the 3 tabs (6) and mount the post to the ceiling using a #8
screw (7). Refer to Figure 3.4 Ceiling Tamper.
PIR Signal
Gain
Figure 5.1: Feature Selection
5.1 PIR Sensitivity Selection Pins
Refer to Figure 5.1. For selection, place the plug across the
appropriate pins (1). No jumper across the “HIGH/LOW” pins puts
the detector in a “High” setting.
Low Sensitivity (LO): The recommended setting for most
installations. This setting tolerates environment extremes. The
detector is shipped in Low Sensitivity mode.
High Sensitivity (HI): Use in locations where adequate catch
performance is not achieved in the Low Sensitivity mode. This
setting tolerates only minor environmental changes.
NOTICE!
Figure 3.4: Ceiling Tamper
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For UL Listed Requirements, set the PIR sensitivity
to HIGH when installing the detector at heights of
3.7 m (12 ft) or higher.
For EN50131 applications, set the PIR sensitivity to
HIGH.
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6 LED Operation
The detector uses a blue LED to indicate a current or stored
alarm condition.
6.1 LED On/Off Pins
Refer to Figure 5.1. The ON position allows operation of the LED
(2). If LED indication is not desired after setup and walk tests are
completed, place in the OFF position. No jumper across the “ON/
OFF” pins disables the LED.
Walk test the unit from all directions to determine all the detection
pattern boundaries.
NOTICE!
Wait at least 2 min after power up before walk
testing.
7 Other Information
7.1 Memory, Day Mode, Night Mode and Remote Walk Test
Night Mode: The Night Mode enables the alarm memory and
disables the LED operation.
Remote Walk Test: This feature allows the LED operation to be
remotely enabled via Terminal M for walk testing. This feature
is used when the LED operation is disabled by having the LED
jumper in the OFF position.
Desired Action
Control Voltage
(Terminal M)
LED
Jumper
Turn ON Night Mode
ON (for more than 20 sec)
ON
Turn OFF Night Mode/ OFF (from Night Mode)
Display Stored Alarm
ON
To RESET Stored
Alarm
ON (for more than 5 sec or
enter Night Mode)
ON
Turn ON Remote Walk
Test (if OFF)
ON (for more than 5 sec but
less than 20 sec)
OFF
Turn OFF Remote
Walk Test (if ON)
ON (for more than 1 sec but
less than 20 sec)
OFF
Table 7.1: Control Voltage
NOTICE!
Memory, Night Mode and Remote Walk Test require
a supply voltage on Terminal 8 to activate these features. This supply voltage must be between 6 and
18 VDC. You may use a switch as shown below:
Or use an external power supply as shown below:
7.2 Anti-Vandal Screw
After the cover has been closed, the entire assembly can be
secured together using the supplied anti-vandal screw. Refer to
Figure 7.1 Anti Vandal Screw callout (1).
Figure 7.1: Anti Vandal Screw
7.3 Maintenance
At least once a year, the range and coverage should be verified. To
ensure continual daily operation, the end user should be instructed
to walk through the far end of the coverage pattern. This ensures
an alarm output prior to arming the system.
8 Coverage Pattern
11 m
36 ft
33 ft
36 ft
10 m
33 ft
8m
26 ft
6m
20 ft
4m
13 ft
2m
7 ft
0m
0 ft
2m
7 ft
4m
13 ft
6m
20 ft
8m
26 ft
10 m
33 ft
11 m
36 ft
36 ft
33 ft
NOTICE!
Control voltage:
+6 to +18 VDC = ON (Switch Closed)
0 VDC = OFF (Switch Open)
Day Mode: The Day Mode disables the alarm memory and allows
the LED (if activated) to operate normally.
Memory: When the DS939 is in the Night Mode the memory is
activated. This allows the detector to store an alarm for display
at a later time.
NOTICE!
Memory mode requires that the LED jumper be in
the ON position.
26 ft
20 ft
13 ft
7 ft
0 ft
7 ft
13 ft
26 ft
≤7.6 m
≤25 ft
3.7 m
12 ft
≥2.4 m
≥8 ft
0m
10 m
11 m
8m
6m
4m
2m
0m
2m
4m
Figure 8.1: 3.7 m (12 ft) mounting height
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20 ft
6m
8m
0 ft
10 m
11 m
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9 Coverage Pattern Masking
The DS939 is provided with a set of masks to allow masking
undesired areas. The masking kit contains two 120° and two
90° masks. The masks are designed to go on the outside of the
detector. Do not attempt to open the detector to place the masks
on the inside.
With the supplied masks, you can mask 90°, 120°, 180°, 210°
240° or 330°. Some examples are shown below.
120° Mask
The PIR zones of the DS939 are divided into three groups. Each of
these 3 groups can be independently adjusted vertically to provide
the best coverage within a room. Only two coverage patterns are
shown for clarity. Refer to Figure 10.1.
Refer to Table 10.1 to adjust the optical modules based on the
mounting height of the detector. The range shown is the distance
from the detector to the outside edge of the coverage pattern.
Mounting
Height
90° Mask
Masking 120°
Masking 180°
Maximum Range Meters (Feet)
M (Ft)
3 (10)
4.6 (15)
6.1 (20)
2.4 (8)
C
G
I
7.6 (25)
9.1 (30)
10.7 (35)
3 (10)
A
D
G
I
3.7 (12)
A
D
F
H
I
4.3 (14)
A
B
E
F
G
4.6 (15)
A
D
E
G
4.9 (16)
A
C
E
F
5.5 (18)
A
C
E
6.1 (20)
A
B
C
A
B
6.7 (22)
Coverage with 180° masked
Coverage with 120° masked
7.3 (24)
A
7.6 (25)
A
Table 10.1: Optical Module Adjustment Recommendations
In installations where a targeted coverage is required for part of
the area, the optical modules must be adjusted for the correct
coverage. Figure 10.2 shows the detector mounted 3.7 m (12 ft)
above the floor. The distance to one wall is 6.1 m (20 ft) and 10.7
m (35 ft) to the opposite wall. Referencing Table 10.1, the optical
module for the 6.1 m (20 ft) range was set to “D” and the optical
module for the 10.7 m (35 ft) was set to “I”.
6.1 m
(20 ft)
Coverage with 240° masked Coverage with 90° masked Coverage with 210° masked
10.7 m
(35 ft)
Figure 9.1: Coverage Pattern Masking
10 Optical Module Adjustment
3.7 m
(12 ft)
Figure 10.2: Coverage Pattern Adjustments
11 Walk Test
1.
2.
3.
4.
Ensure that the LED jumper is ON. Refer to Section 6.1 LED
On/Off Pins.
Wait at least 2 min after power-up before starting the Walk
Test. The blue LED flashes until the detector stabilizes.
Watch the LED as you walk toward the edge of the detector’s
coverage pattern. The LED lights when you reach the outside
edge of the coverage pattern. The blue LED indicates an
alarm.
Repeat Step 3 from different directions until you have
adequately verified the coverage pattern.
Figure 10.1: PIR coverage patterns and vertical adjustment knobs (1)
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NOTICE!
If you cannot obtain the required coverage by performing Steps 1-3 in Section 11 Walk Test, set the PIR
sensitivity to HIGH to obtain maximum range. Refer
to Section 5.1. Adjust the optical module accordingly, as described in Section 10. Repeat Steps 2-4 to
ensure proper coverage.
13 Specifications
Dimensions
(HxDia)
8.9 cm x 17.8 cm (3.5 in x 7 in)
Coverage
360° by 21 m (70 ft) diameter coverage when
mounted on 3.7 to 7.6 m (12 to 25 ft) high
ceilings. A coverage area of 12 m (40 ft) is
available when mounted at 2.4 m (8 ft) and
a coverage of 15 m (50 ft) is available when
mounted at 3 m (10 ft). The pattern consists
of 69 zones grouped into 21 barriers. Each
barrier is 10.7 m (35 ft) long and 1.5 m (5
ft) wide at 10.7 m (35 ft). The barriers are
divided into 3 groups of 7 barriers, each of
which has a vertical adjustment for custom
coverage.
Input Power
9.0 to 15.0 VDC; 12 mA standby, 20 mA in
alarm with LEDs enabled. Use only a Listed
Limited Power Source.
12 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, and
(2) this device must accept any interference received, including
interference that may cause undesirable operation.
Changes or modifications not expressly approved by Bosch
Security Systems can void the user’s authority to operate the
equipment.
NOTE: 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:
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Standby Power There is no internal standby battery. 12 mAh
is required for each hour of standby time
needed. For UL Listed Requirements, four
hours of standby current (48 mAh) is required. Standby power must be provided by a
Listed Limited Power Source.
Sensitivity
Low/High settings.
Alarm Relay
Silent-operating Form “C” relay. Contacts
rated <100 mA, 25 VDC, 2.5 watts maximum,
<20 Ohm closed for DC resistive loads. The
contacts transfer on alarm for a period of 4
sec. Some countries require the relay to be
connected to a SELV (Safety Extra-Low Voltage) circuit only. Do not use with capacitive
or inductive loads.
Tamper
Normally Closed (with cover in place) tamper switch. A wall (base) tamper is included.
Contacts rated at 28 VDC, 125 mA, 3 watts
maximum, <1 Ohm closed. Some countries
require the switch to be connected to a SELV
(Safety Extra-Low Voltage) circuit only. Connect tamper circuit to a 24-hour protection
circuit.
N663
Temperature
Range
EN50130-5 Environmental Class II
EN50131-2-2 grade 2
The storage and operating range is -40° to
+49°c
(-40° to +120°F). For UL Listed Requirements,
the range is 0° to +49°C (+32° to +120°F).
Humidity
0 - 95% Relative Humidity
(0 - 85% UL/C-UL Installations)
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.
Certification
c-UL-us
Incert
B-5090015
Certificat NF A2P XXXXXXXXXX-XX
2 boucliers NF324 - H58
Autosurveillance à l’ouverture
Immunité champ magnétique
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