LS800S Intruder Alarm System Engineering Manual

LS800S Intruder Alarm System Engineering Manual
LS800S Intruder Alarm System
Engineering Manual
Table of Contents
Section 1 – Overview of System
1.1 Kit Contents
1.2 Tools Required
1.3 System Features
Section 2 – Planning your installation
2.1 Location of components
2.2 Planning the location for the system components
Section 3 – Installation your system
3.1 Control Unit
3.2 Movement Detector/PIR
3.3 Door/Window Detector
3.4 Bellbox
3.5 Testing the system
Section 4 – Using your system
4.1 Normal Operation
4.2 Learn the first remote keys
4.3 Select entry timer
4.4 Summary of the zones in different mode
4.5 Summary of Factory Settings
4.6 Status of LED indications
Section 5 – Maintenance
Section 6 – Extending your system
Section 7 – Troubleshooting
Section 8 – Specifications
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SECTION 1 – OVERVIEW OF SYSTEM
The LS800S system is an indoor alarm system based on our patent technology to give
exceptional levels of protection and reliability. It is a fuseless system with special electronic
circuitry for short-circuit protection. It is simple to use, easy to install, no special tools or
training is required.
IMPORTANT – Please read this manual carefully, in full, before commencing Installation. You
will find installation easier if you follow these steps in the sequence shown.
1.1 Kit Contents
The system comprises of:
★ CONTROL UNIT
This main unit receives signals from detectors, accepts input from users and activates warning
devices. A rechargeable battery is also included.
★ MOVEMENT DETECTOR PASSIVE INFRA-RED (PIR) (Two units)
It senses body heat of moving person; one unit may cover entire room.
★ DOOR/WINDOW CONTACT (Four pairs)
Uses a magnetically operated switch to sense the opening of door or window.
★ BELLBOX
Gives audible and visual indication of an alarm condition to warn people who are away from
the Control Unit.
★ REMOTE KEY (Two units)
For operation commands to the Control Unit.
The alarm kit also contains:
- 50 meters of two-core flat wire and clips for wiring the detectors and bellbox to the Control unit.
N.B. This wire MUST NOT be used for mains connections.
- Screw / wall plug pack.
- 12V battery capacity 2.0Ah.
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1.2 Tools Required
The following tools are required for installation:
★ Large & small flat bladed screwdrivers and cross point screwdrivers
★ Hammer
★ Power drill
★ Wire cutters and wire stripper
★ Eye protection (recommended when using a power drill or hammer)
1.3 System Features
★ Simple and effective Eight-zone system with the new two-wire technology.
★ All system components (sensors, bellbox) are connected to the Control Unit via two-core
non-polarity flat wires. Wiring and installation of the system is extremely simple and
easy.
★ Control Unit has built-in infra-red receiver, with status LEDs and zone indicators. Low
battery and tamper attempts will be indicated by the status LEDs.
★ Maximum 8 remote keys can be accepted for full arm,. part arm., disarm, panic and learn
key functions
★ “Full arm” and “Part arm” modes are pre-programmed for user convenience.
★ The tamper zone can be indicated by both Tamper LED and Zone LED (for Zone 4 to 8).
★ All sensors, bellbox are 24 hour line-protected and fully supervised; any attempt to
interfere with the system will trigger the alarm and be identified by flashing LEDs and
zone indicator.
★ Two PIR motion detectors can be connected to one zone, therefore the system can be
expanded to have ten PIR’s plus many magnetic contacts. Also, easy connections are
provided for adding telephone dialer to the system.
★ Omit zone feature when corresponding PIR slide switch set to “0”.
★ Optional conventional bellbox connection terminals are provided.
★ Optional remote key reader is available for user convenience.
★ Optional voice dialer is available to increase the security level.
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SECTION 2 – PLANNING YOUR INSTALLATION
2.1 Location of components
Control Unit – Location
In choosing a suitable location you should bear in mind:
★ The user needs to reach the Control Unit easily within the allocated time, when entering
and leaving the premises.
★ The Control Unit should not be visible from the exterior of the protected premises.
★ All detectors and the bellbox must be wired to the Control Unit.
★ The Control Unit needs to be connected to an AC main via a CE approved plug.
Having chosen the location do not mount at this stage.
Movement/Passive Infra Red Detector (PIR) – Location
★ The detector should not be mounted near to large metal objects or on metal surfaces. It
needs to be mounted on a wall or in a corner at a height of approximately 2 to 2.5meters
for the best general coverage in an average room. The detector has been designed to avoid
false alarms, nevertheless, it is best to avoid looking directly at sources of heat such as
fires and boilers, and always try to keep away from a window. A PIR can look at a
radiator but should not be sited above one.
★ Do not site a PIR where its field of view may be obstructed (e.g. by curtains). Also note
that PIRs work best when sensing movement across rather than along their detection
beams. You need to consider the need to wire these units back to the Control Unit.
Detection Area of PIR
Having chosen the location do not mount at this stage.
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Door/Window Contact Detectors – Location
★ Door / Window Contact Detector is designed to detect a door or window
opening, so it is better mounted onto the frame with a magnet mounted next to
it on the door or window.
★ In most applications one door contact is fitted to the front door and assigned to
ZONE 1 which is the Entry/Exit Zone. When the system is set at “Full arm”
mode, Zone 1 allows a 30 second (adjustable) delay for the user to enter or
leave the house, and should be the only zone activated before reaching the
Control Unit on entering the premises. The other contact detector can be
mounted to the back door or window and assigned to Zone 2 or 3.
Having chosen the location do not mount at this stage.
Bellbox – Location
★ Choose a location for the bellbox, preferably in a prominent
position high up on an external wall, taking into account that
it must be wired back to the Control Unit. The cable should
ideally run directly from behind the bellbox through the wall
to the inside. This is to avoid any cable running along the
exterior wall which could be reached by an intruder.
Having chosen the location do not mount at this stage.
2.2 Planning the location for the system components
Example of a domestic layout
The 2 sample layouts below are intended as guides only but demonstrate two examples of
how a house can be protected with the system.
Sample 1: Two storey house
Legend
Zone
Area
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Front Door
Back Door
Spare
Living room
Dining room
Kitchen
Bedroom #1
Bedroom #2,#3
Control
Unit
Door/window
Contact
detector
PIR
Bellbox
Remote
Key
Reader
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DI NI NG ROOM
( ZONE1)
( ZONE5)
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LI VI NG ROOM
( ZONE4)
( ZONE2)
Ground Floor
( ZONE6)
BEDROOM
#2
( ZONE8)
2nd Floor
BEDROOM
#1
( ZONE7)
BEDROOM
#3
( ZONE8)
BELLBOX
The PIRs have been placed in different rooms and those placed in bedrooms are only
protected on full arm. The Door/Window Contact Detectors have been positioned to protect
the front door and back door.
Sample 2: Single storey house
Zone
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Area
Front Door
Back Door
spare
Hall
Spare
Kitchen
Bedroom#1
Bedroom#2
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The Zone 4 PIR has been placed in the Dining/Living room to protect this general area. The
Zone 7 and Zone 8 PIRs has been placed in bedrooms to protect the personal valuables there.
They are disabled when the system is set at “Part Arm” mode. The Door/Window Contact
Detectors have been positioned to protect the front door and back door.
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SECTION 3 – INSTALLING YOUR SYSTEM
3.1 Control Unit
Remove and retain two holding screws from the bottom of the front cover and carefully
hinge off the front cover of the control unit.
Mark and drill holes for the three mounting screws. Put in the wall plugs and have a
mounting screw on the top (hanging screw) inserted. Hang the Control Unit on the
hanging screw and fixed it with two screws on the bottom. (Illustration 1)
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Fix the upper part of the front cover on the bottom. (Illustration 1)
Connect the rechargeable battery on to the control unit and fix it by the battery clips.
(Illustration 2)
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Have all the sensors (magnetic contacts, PIRs) and accessories (Bellbox, remote key
reader or dialer if fitted) wired up and connected to the corresponding terminals in the
Control Unit (Illustration ). Also wire up the main power and rechargeable battery to the
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Control Unit. DO NOT plug in the power plug to the main supply until all connections
are completed and all units properly mounted and front cover of the Control Unit is
closed and secured.
WARNING: All connection to the mains should be made in accordance with all relevant
wiring regulations. The Control Unit must never be operated from the mains with the
front cover removed.
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Illustration 3
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Two Wire Bellbox
NOTE 1: For connecting two pieces magnetic contacts to any of Zone 1-3, see Illustration 10.
NOTE 2: Illustration 3 show one piece of 2-wire PIR detector is connected to each of Zone 4
to Zone 8; and therefore the PIR zone slide switches opposite the PIR zone
terminals are put in position 1. For connecting two pieces of PIR on the same zone,
you need to put the corresponding slide switch to position 2. (Illustration 7)
NOTE 3: If you need to skip the PIR zone, you need to put the corresponding slide switch to
position 0. (Factory setting)
NOTE 4: If more than one Remote Key Reader is used, they can be connected in parallel.
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3.2 Movement Detector/PIR
★ Remove and retain the screw from the bottom of the PIR and lift off the cover.
★ Carefully remove the electronic module from its retaining clips, ensuring not to touch
the pyroelectric sensor (Illustration 4).
Illustration 4
Illustration 5
★ Use mounting points “A”, if you are fitting the detector in a corner. Use mounting points
“B”, if you are fitting the detector on a flat surface. Use a small drill to create two fixing
holes at the mounting points (Illustration 5).
★ Hold the base of the PIR in the chosen position, ensuring that the front of the PIR will face
towards the center of the protected area, mark and drill two fixing holes in the wall.
Choose one of the cable entry holes “C” and make a third hole in the detector base. Put one
end of the 2-core wire through this hole “C”, then secure the PIR to the wall using two
screws and wall plugs provided.
★ Replace the electronic module into the retaining clips, ensuring that it is correctly positioned
and firmly seated.
★ If required, select the PIR LED “ON” or “OFF” option and the sensitivity (pulse count) by
setting the corresponding jumpers on the electronic module. Note that Pulse 1 option is more
sensitive than the pulse 4 option. Pulse 1 option is used when it is necessary to activate an
alarm on the first detected pulse, or in high security installations – where fast “catch”
performance is of greatest importance. Pulse 2 or 4 settings provides improved protection
against false alarms caused by all types of environmental disturbances. (Illustration 6)
Pulse Count
Connect the two
wires to these
two switch terminals
Pulse 1
Pulse 2
Pulse 4
Illustration 6
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★ Connect the 2 wires to the PIR, polarity is not important.
★ Run the cable back to the Control Unit, fixing the cable with cable clips and enter the wire
into the back of the Control Unit through any convenient cable hole.
★ Connect to zone 3 or zone 4 terminals in the Control Unit as required, connection polarity is
not important. See Illustration 3 on page 7.
★ In the Control Unit, against each of the two PIR connection terminals (zone 3 and zone 4),
there is a 3-position (0,1,2) slide switch. These switches are factory pre-set at position “0”
when no PIR is connected. When connecting one piece 2-wire PIR to the zone, you need to set
the corresponding switch to position “1”. When connecting 2 pieces 2-wire PIR to the same
zone terminals, put the corresponding switch to position “2”. The wiring to connect two
pieces 2-wire PIR to one same zone terminals are as Illustration 7.
When the two PIRs are running in the same direction:
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When the two PIRs are running in opposite directions:
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★ Replace cover on PIR and refit the retaining screw.
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3.3 Door/Window Contact Detector
★ Choose the location for each magnetic contact (remembering the need to wire them back to
the Control Unit). Each contact consists of a magnetically-operated switch (with screw
terminals at the back) and a magnet in an identical housing.
★ The switch (the part with screw terminals and cable) should be mounted on the frame. The
magnet should be mounted on the door or window itself directly opposite the switch, no more
than 8mm apart when the door or window is closed (Illustration 8). Mark two mounting holes
for the magnet on the door or window and two mounting holes for the switch on the frame.
WINDOW
FRAME
Illustration 8
★ Choose a convenient entry point for the cable on the switch housing and carefully remove part
of the plastic using a sharp knife to create a hole (Illustration 9). Connect the 2 wires to the
two screw terminals.
Illustration 9
★ Fixed the contact and magnet in position using the four mounting screws provided.
★ Run the cable back to the Control Unit.
★ Connect to zone 1, zone 2 or zone 3 terminals of the Control Unit as required. Connection
polarity is not important.
★ If two magnetic contacts need to be wired to one same zone (zone 1 or zone 2), wire them up
in serial connection as Illustration 10.
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3.4 Bellbox
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Remove the cover retaining screw from the base of the bellbox cover (Illustration 11). Take
off the cover from the bellbox baseplate.
Fixing holes
Illustration 11
Illustration 12
Use the bellbox baseplate as a template to mark and drill fixing holes (Illustration 12) on the
wall at the chosen position. For mounting the bellbox outside the house, drill a further hole
through the wall directly behind the bellbox for the 2 core cable to run through from the
Control Unit to the bellbox.
Mount and fix the bellbox with the screws and wall plugs provided.
Connect the 2-wire cable to the terminals inside the bellbox, and the other end of the cable to
the corresponding terminals in the Control Unit. (See Illustration 3).
Replace cover on the bellbox and refit retaining screws.
Put the TW bellbox jumper on the control panel to the ON position. (See Illustration 3).
3.5 Testing the system
After installation is completed, plug in the main power supply. The “Power” indicator will
illuminate showing that the system is starting to work. Wait about two minutes for the system
to get ready.
Walk tests – each detector to be checked in order to verify they are functioning correctly.
1. Open the bottom cover of the control unit.
Note that the tamper alarm appears.
2. Press the ‘DISARM’ button on the recognized remote key to stop the alarm. Tamper
LED ‘¤
¤ Tamper’ will flash to give tamper indication.
3. Press the PCB mounted push button momentarily. The system will go into walk test.
4. Upon activation of any zone, the relevant Zone LED ‘※
※’ will latch up and a ‘Zone fault’
tone is emitted.
5. Pressing the push button again at any time will clear the latched LED and walk test is
restarted.
6. On completion of walk test, close the cover of the control unit and an ‘OK’ tone is
emitted.
Alarm tests – test the strobe, siren, low and high volume sounders of the system, SET
output.
N. B. Alarm test may be activated while in walk test mode (go straight to step 3)
1. Open the bottom cover of the control unit.
Note that the tamper alarm appears.
2. Press the ‘DISARM’ button on the recognized remote key to stop the alarm. Tamper
LED ‘¤
¤ Tamper’ will flash to give tamper indication.
3. Press the PCB mounted push button for 3 seconds.
4. The tests are performed consecutively. Advance to next test automatically after 3
seconds
a) Low volume sounder
b) High volume sounder and strobe
c) External bell and strobe
d) Set + output and strobe
5. On completion of walk test, close the cover of the control unit and an ‘OK’ tone is
emitted.
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SECTION 4 – USING YOUR SYSTEM
4.1 Normal operation
The normal operation with the remote key, such as full arm, part arm, disarm, panic and learn a
new remote key function are described on the “LS800 Security System Operation Manual”
4.2 Learn the first remote keys
When all the remote keys are lost or not recognized by the LS800 system, you may need to
re-learn all remote keys into the system. The control panel will remove all registered keys
previously learned.
Ensure a wire is connected between Zone 1 and Set terminals.
ZONE
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ZONE
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ZONE
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Power up LS800S control panel.
5 rapid beeps
Learn LED is flashing.
The panel is in LEARN mode.
Only zone 1 LED is flashing indicates the first
remote keys is going to be learned.
※ Day
¤ Learn
Zone 1 2
¤ O
N.B. The learn mode will NOT expired until the
first remote key is learned.
Press PART ARM button and DISARM button
simultaneously on a new remote key.
A recognized beep and the flash LED is changed to
steady. The next numbered zone LED is flashed.
recognized beep
Zone 1 2 3
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N.B. In the LEARN mode, when a learned remote
key is pressed, the error LED will be lit and
a continuous sound is emitted from the local
sounder.
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Repeat previous step to learn other new remote key.
The LEARN mode will be exited after 10 seconds timeout
if no action is taken to learn new remote key.
Remove the wire between Zone 1 and Set terminals.
N.B. LS800S can learn up to 8 remote keys.
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4.3 Select Entry Timer
The entry timer jumper on the control panel (See Illustration 3) is set to 30 seconds (default
setting) which allow user to enter the premises and unset the system within 30 seconds.
User may put the entry timer jumper on the control panel to 15 seconds which allow user to enter
the premises and unset the system within 15 seconds.
4.4 Summary of the zones in different mode
Zone
Full Arm
Part Arm
Usage
1
(MS)
Delay
Delay
2
(MS)
Instant
Instant
3
(MS)
Instant
Instant
4
(PIR)
Delay
Delay
5
(PIR)
Delay follower
Delay follower
6
(PIR)
Instant
Instant
7
(PIR)
Instant
Omit
Exit/Entry zone
Protect door/window which are
not often used
Protect door/window which are
not often used
Protect area close to exit/entry
zone
Protect area on the path between
control unit and exit/entry zone
Protect area when part arm is
used
Protect area for full arm only
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(PIR)
Instant
Omit
Protect area for full arm only
4.5 Summary of Factory Settings
Factory Preset
Can be changed
by User to
Manual Reference
Control Unit
(1) Learn Remote Key
(2) Instant Zones
2 pre-learned
Additional 6 keys
Section 4.1
Zone 2,3,6
Zone 7,8 (Full arm)
(3) Delay Zones
Zone1,4
(4) Delay Follower Zone
Zone 5
(5) Omit Zones
Zone 7,8 (Part arm)
(6) Entry Delay time
30 sec.
15 or 30 secs
Section 4.3
(7) Exit Delay time
30 sec
(8) Siren Duration
20 minutes
(9) PIR Slide Switch Position
Position “0”
0, 1 or 2
Section 3.2
according to the number (Illustration 7)
of PIRs connected
PIR Movement Detector
(1) Test LED Jumper
“ON”
ON or OFF
(2) Pulse Count Jumper
Pulse 2
Pulse 1, 2 or 4
Section 3.2
(Illustration 6)
Section 3.2
(Illustration 6)
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4.6 Status of LED indications:
STATUS LED
“Power” LED On
“Power” LED flashing
“Day” LED illuminated
“Day” LED Off
“Part Arm” LED illuminated
“Learn” LED flashing
“Error” LED illuminated
Zone LED illuminated
“Tamper” Led illuminated
“PA” LED illuminated
INDICATIONS
A/C power in use
Back-up battery in use.
System “disarmed” (unset), ready to accept User commands
by remote key.
System armed (set).
With “Part Arm” LED Off means Full Arm and all 8 zones
are active.
System armed (set) with INSTANT Magnetic Contacts and
DELAY PIRs, and any Omit zone will be inactive (i.e.
detectors in the Omit Zone (7 and 8) will be disabled, e.g. at
night with people inside house)
System in Learn mode and ready for new remote key
register.
Unregistered remote key command is detected.
Trigger detected on the corresponding zone.
If more than one zone have been triggered, the first
triggered zone will be flashing.
Tamper detected on the system.
With Zone Indicator(s) for the tampered zone(s).
Panic signal is detected.
SECTION 5 – MAINTENANCE
Once every three months,
★ Test all detectors.
★ Check loudspeaker of control unit.
★ Test sirens and strobes of the bellbox.
Additionally, once every year,
★ Replace the batteries of the remote keys
Additionally, once every three years,
★ Replace the rechargeable battery in the Control Unit.
SECTION 6 – EXTENDING YOUR SYSTEM
A number of accessories are available to expand your system to suit your exact requirements.
★ Movement Detector/PIR – covers a large area, easy to wire.
★ Door/Window Contact Detector – small, robust and reliable.
★ Remote Key – additional remote key for family member to control the system.
★ Remote Key Reader – for convenient to access and control the system.
★ Auto Voice Dialer – will phone you when your premise is alarmed. There is a simple
wiring to the Control Unit and the dialer.
★ Impactor – a shock sensor for protection on the break-in from closed windows or glass doors.
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SECTION 7 – TROUBLESHOOTING
Control Unit
Possible causes & cures
Power Indicator and all status LEDs do not No power supply to unit. Check connections
light up – unit totally “dead”
to mains and backup battery.
Power Indicator flashing.
Main supply off, unit operating from backup
battery.
Check mains connections /AC plug.
“Error” LED flashing.
Verifiy the remote key has learned.
If all the remote keys produce error command,
you may need to re-learn all the keys.
When Arm command, unit will not arm, zone Indicated zone(s) open/triggered.
indicators are not running but illuminates Check corresponding zone(s) are cleared
steady.
(door/window closed, no movement near PIR),
and try again.
Tamper LED illuminated.
Check the wiring of the PIR zones (indicated
zone) to Control Unit. Check the PIR detector
cover is correctly fitted and securely fastened.
Check the slide switch of the PIR zone is
correctly set.
Check whether zone 1-3 have short circuit.
Check the wiring of bellbox to the control
unit. Check bellbox cover is correctly fitted
and securely fastened
PIR Detector
Possible causes & cures
Does not detect movement (PIR’s LED does Is the PIR’s LED turned off?
not light up when triggered).
PIR causes false “intruder” alarms.
Check that PIR is not pointed at heat sources
or moving object, and is not mounted above a
radiator or other heater.
PIR will not trigger alarm when the system is PIR not yet warms up.
set (armed).
Wait for a couple of minutes and trigger the
PIR again.
Magnetic Contact Detector
Possible causes & cures
Does not detect opening of door or window Check that magnet is correctly positioned.
(corresponding zone indicator does not
illuminate when door/window is opened,
whilst system is armed or during walk test).
Bellbox
Possible causes & cures
Siren does not sound during test or full alarm. Check all siren wiring and connections.
Remark: If you have any problem with the system of LS800S, take off the battery and
disconnect the mains for couple of minutes. The system will reset itself when power up again.
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SECTION 8 – SPECIFICATIONS
Control Unit
Type
Housing
Zones
Exit Delay
Entry Delay
Bellbox
Siren Duration
Siren/Strobe Outputs
Remote keys
Remote key readers
Current consumption
Set Output
Dial trigger Output
Aux Output
Charge Voltage
Rechargeable battery
Microprocessor based control unit with new two-wire technology
ABS
8 Alarm Zones (Expandable by connecting 2 PIRs to each of PIR zones
Zones 4 to 8)
30 seconds
15 or 30 seconds selectable
Two-wired bellbox or traditional six-wire bellbox.
20 minutes
12V
8 (maximum)
3 (maximum)
Standby 100mA, Alarm 550mA.
0V in Day, 12V in Arm
5V normal, 0V after trigger
13V
13.8V
12V, 1.2 or 2.0 Ah.
Remote Key
Type
Housing
Operational distance
Operational Voltage
Battery type
Battery operated infra-red signal transmitter
ABS
Up to 20m
3V
CR2016
PIR
Type
Housing
Voltage input
Adjustments
Test LED
Mounting height
Detection Range
Dual Pyroelectric element with hemispherical lens and new two-wire
technology
ABS
12V DC (non-polarity)
Pulse Count (1, 2 or 4)
Selectable (on/off)
2-2.5m
Up to 15m
Door/Window Contact Detector
Type
Magnetically - actuated switch
Housing
ABS
Two-wire Bellbox
Type
Housing
Voltage input
Backup battery
Siren Output
Strobe frequency
External siren and strobe unit
ABS
12V DC (non-polarity)
6V rechargeable battery
110dB min. at 1m
around 100 / min., 1 every 8 seconds after one hour (strobe save).
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