2. Description 3. About wireless interconnection alarms 1. Welcome

2. Description 3. About wireless interconnection alarms 1. Welcome
1. Welcome
2. Description
Thank you for purchasing this X-Series Wireless module.
Antenna
3. About wireless interconnection alarms
Interconnecting smoke, heat and Carbon Monoxide alarms is
essential to provide the earliest possible warning of a danger
in a building. The sooner occupants are alerted to a fire or the
presenceofCarbonMonoxide,thelowertheriskofdeathorinjury.
Furthermore,thepotentialforpropertydamageisreduced.Hard
wiredinterconnectionisexpensive,timeconsuminganddisruptive
and a hard wired system is difficult and expensive to reconfigure
when circumstances (or standards) change.
WirelessModuleButton
Thesymbolsabovemeanthatthewirelessmoduleissuitablefor
useindomesticpremises(includingstaticcaravanholidayhomes),
caravans, motor caravans and boats.
This manual contains important safety information about the
installationandoperationofthewirelessmodule.Readthemanual
carefully and keep it in a safe place for future reference.
All Honeywell X-Series alarms can be wirelessly interconnected
using the XW100 plug-in module.This means that if one X-Series
Carbon Monoxide or smoke or heat alarm triggers an alarm, all
interconnected units will give an audible alarm as well. This is
especially useful, when living in a large or multi-story dwelling
wherethealarmmaybetriggeredinanotherpartofthebuilding.
The device includes a wireless module button which is used to
configure and operate the module, a blue Wireless Module LED
which signifies various statuses and an antenna.
WirelessModuleLED
Wireless
Module LED
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Operating and
Installation Instructions
WirelessmoduleXW100providesasolutionfortheinterconnection
of Honeywell’s X-Series alarms. Using XW100 module’s wireless
capabilities,youcaneasilyinstallyouralarmnetworkwithoutthe
need for drilling, disturbing pipes or decor. The smoke alarms,
heat alarms and Carbon Monoxide alarms are interconnected
by wireless signals rather than cabling all the X-Series alarms,
creating a safety system that is simpler, more convenient, and
easiertochangeorextendasandwhenrequired.XW100allowsall
thealarmsinthenetworktoseeeachother,allowingforastronger
and more responsive network.
As there is no wiring required, it allows a quicker, simpler and
more cost effective solution to interconnected residential alarm
installations.
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4. Installation
ForinstallationofyoursmokeorCarbonMonoxidealarm,referto
the alarm’s manual.
3. Place the wireless module in the cavity on the rear of the alarm,
ensuring the antenna is on the side with the exposed connectors
1.Useascrewdrivertoreleasethealarmfromitsmountingplate
Wireless module
secures in place
with header pins
Awaiting new
BSI logo
‘Switch off’
operation
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BS EN 50291-1
0333
DOP-RSA001
EN 14604: 2008
Kitemark applies when used in
conjunction with X-series
Carbon Monoxide Alarms
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4. Fold the antenna between the alarm outer rim and the module
casing, ensuring it sits beneath the alarm’s outer rim
Antenna beneath the
alarm’s outer rim
2. Turn the alarm over to gain access to the reverse of the alarm
X-Series Smoke Alarm
Please Note:
While every effort has been made to ensure
accuracyinthispublication,noresponsibility
can be accepted for errors or omissions. Data
may change, as well as legislation, and you
are strongly advised to obtain copies of the
most recently issued regulations, standards,
andguidelines.Thispublicationisnotintended
to form the basis of a contract. Please retain
product documentation for the lifetime of
the product.
Wireless module
cavity
5. Once the wireless module has been configured, clip the alarm
back onto its mounting plate to reactivate it
X-Series Carbon Monoxide Alarm
Locking / release
XW100 Wireless Module
Wireless module
cavity
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Caution:Donotrepeatedlyinsertthewirelessmoduleintothehost
alarm as that will weaken the module connectors.
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5. XW100 wireless module operation
The XW100 wireless module allows a smoke or heat alarm or
CarbonMonoxidealarmthatsensesahazardousconditiontoalertall
otheralarmsonitsnetwork,makingoccupantsawareofanalarmin
anotherpartofthebuildingandallowingthemtimetoevacuate.
Configuration
Before operation, please follow these preliminary steps:
1.Insertthewirelessmoduleinthealarmunit,thiswillactivatethe
module. Follow the instructions in ‘Installation’ section
2. Briefly press the wireless module button
The blue LED will emit either:
-ashortflashthemodulemustbeconfiguredtojoinanetwork
(see below), or
- a sequence of flashes (see note 1 on page 10)  it is already
configuredtoworkinanetwork,thisindicatesthemoduleisactive.
Caution:ThebluewirelessmoduleLEDisvisibleonthefrontcoverof
the alarm, so should not be confused with an alarm LED.
IfyourXW100wirelessmodulemustbeconfigured;removethehost
alarm rear cover (if fitted) to access the module.
Creating a new network
Tocreateanewnetwork,pressthebuttononthefrontofeachalarm
twice(whenthewirelessmoduleisnotinaconfiguredstate).The
bluewirelessmoduleLEDonthefrontofthealarmwillblink,referto
Section 2 ‘Description’ for LED location.
During the network creation, the blue LED on the front of each
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alarmwillflasheverythreesecondstoindicatehowmanymodules
are present in the network (see note 1).The XC100D LCD display,
provided that the alarm has been activated, will also display the
antenna icon and the number of paired modules in the network.
Pleasenotethemaximumnumberofdevicesthatcanjoinanetwork
is32.Whenthenumberofflashesoneachunitindicatesthecorrect
numberofmodulespresentinthenetwork,theconfigurationsession
can be completed. To complete the process, either:
a. Press the wireless module button for three seconds or
b.Pressthealarmbutton(providedthatthealarmhasbeenturned
on for more than 30 seconds, see also note 2)
Iftheconfigurationsessionisnotstoppedbytheuser,theunitswill
automaticallystopthesessionafteronehourfromthebeginningof
the process.
Endofaconfigurationsessionisconfirmedbythewirelessmodule
LED blinking rapidly for one second. When a wireless module is
configured,andturnedon,itautomaticallyentersnormaloperating
mode.
Be aware that, in case a wireless module is turned off during the
networkcreation(e.g.byremovingitfromthealarm),thepairing
sessionmustberestartedfortherelevantdevice.Pressthewireless
module button for three seconds to restart the procedure.
Note 1: Every long (half second) flash corresponds to 5
modules. Every short flash corresponds to 1 module.
Note 2: For CO alarms with Software 1.5 you may need to wait
up to 10 minutes before performing this test (Software version
is printed on the back of the alarm housing).
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Should any module receive messages from another network, it
is sufficient to rebuild the network again, as described in section
‘Rebuilding a network’.
Should any module receive messages from another network, it
issufficienttorebuildthenetworkagain,asdescribedinsection
‘Rebuilding a network’.
Expanding an existing network
IfyouareexpandinganetworkwithanewXW100module,press
thewirelessmodulebuttonthreetimesonboththenewXW100
module and a module already in the network.
If you are adding a XW100 module that has previously been in
a network, ensure all configuration data from that network is
removedfromthemodule.Refertosection‘Removingamodule
fromthenetwork’forhowtoremoveconfigurationdata.Oncethe
configuration data is erased, press the wireless module button
threetimesonboththenewXW100moduleandamodulealready
in the network.
Whenthenumberofflashesoneachconfiguredalarmindicates
the correct number of modules present in the network, the
configuration session can be completed as above.
Operation
Brieflypressthewirelessmodulebuttontoseehowmanywireless
modulesarepresentinthenetwork.TheLEDwillemitasequence
offlashesindicatingthenumberofmodulespresentinthenetwork
(see note 1). This confirms the wireless module is in normal
operating mode.
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6. XW100 Precaution during use
9. Specification
11. Troubleshooting and getting assistance
Your alarm is a life saving device and should be tested regularly.
To test your alarm, refer to the product’s manual. To test the
XW100, follow the instructions in the ‘Testing your wireless
module’ section.
• Radio frequency 868 MHz band
• Non replaceable Lithium Battery
• Operating temperature range: -10°C to 55°C
• Humidity: 25% to 95% non-condensing
• Up to 32 units
• Flooding network (each node acts as a transmitter and a receiver, each node tries to forward every message to every one of its neighbors)
• Blue LED visible through main alarm frontal interface
• Button for network configuration and test free space
• Lifetime and warranty: 10 years
• Output power: 14 dBm (nom)
• Range: 200 m in free air (min)
• Alarm Transmit Interval: 10 s
• Weight: 30 g
If after you have carefully read all instructions and your wireless
modulestillfailstowork,contactthenearestcustomerservicecentre
listedinthe“ContactUs”sectionathttp://homesafety.honeywell.com.
Customer service advisors may be able to resolve your problem
quickly. Alternatively contact your local supplier.
7. Testing your wireless module
TotestyourXW100wirelessmodule,pressthetest/hushbutton
of the alarm in which the wireless module is situated for 18
seconds. Once the alarm has completed its alarm test cycles,
it enters a Remote Test state comprising 1 red LED flash with
a chirp every 6 seconds. This is repeated by all interconnected
alarms, enabling each connected alarm to be checked at the
sametime. Pressingthesametest/hushbuttonagainreturnsall
the alarms back to normal operating mode. Alternatively, if the
test/hushbuttonisn’tpressed,unitsreturntoanormaloperating
mode after 10 minutes.
8. Conformance
The wireless module conforms to the Restriction of
Hazardous Substances (RoHS) Directive; Electromagnetic
Compatibility(EMC);Registration,Evaluation,Authorisationand
Restriction of Chemicals (REACh) regulation; and Radio and
Telecommunications Terminal Equipment (R&TTE) directive.
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10. Recyclable packaging
The Green Dot logo signifies that we are a member
of an organisation which collects and recycles
packaging.Ourpackagingiswidelyrecycledusing
local facilities.
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Iftheproductneedstobereturnedforrepairorreplacement,ensureitis
sentinapaddedboxwithaletterdescribingthefaultandpostagepaid.
Aproofofpurchasemustberequiredtoclaimarepairunderwarranty.
12. End of life
The low battery fault, signaling the end of the wireless modules
life, will be given by three chirps every minute on the host alarm.
Please refer to the user manual of the host alarm.
When the unit has come to the end of its life, dispose of it in
accordance with local regulations. It is classified as electronic
waste and contains a battery; and therefore should be disposed
of separately from household waste.
13. Disclaimer
This Wireless Module is designed to act within a network to
alert you to a potentially dangerous fire or build-up of Carbon
Monoxidegas(dependingonthehostalarm).Itisnotdesigned
to remedy a fire or Carbon Monoxide problem nor to locate a
specificsourceoffireorCarbonMonoxide.Honeywellshallnot
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Duringnormaloperation,ifthewirelessmodulebuttonispressed
on one of the wireless modules, all the modules within the
network emit a sequence of LED flashes indicating the number
of paired modules. This indicates that all wireless modules are
communicating successfully with each other in the network. If
the alarm button is pressed (see note 2) on the smoke or Carbon
Monoxidealarm,thewirelessmoduleLEDwillflashindicatingthat
it is communicating with its host alarm.
Removing a module from the network
Ifyouneedtoremoveamodulefromanetwork,orreconfigureit,press
thewirelessmodulebuttonforfiveseconds,providedthemoduleisin
normal operating mode.
The LED on the wireless module will blink rapidly for five seconds
and inform all modules in the network it has left the network. This
is confirmed by each modules blue LED’s flashing for about 30
seconds.”.
OncetheLEDhasstoppedflashing,themodulecanbeaddedtoanew
network, as described in section‘Expaning the existing network’.
Rebuilding a network
IfafaultyXW100moduleleavesanetwork,thenetworkmightstill
recognise it as active. If it does, the network will need to be rebuilt.
Pressthewirelessmodulebuttonfortensecondsonanymodulein
thenetwork,providedthemoduleisinnormaloperatingmode.The
wirelessmodulewillthensendarebuildcommandtoothermodules
inthenetwork.ThisisconfirmedbyeachmodulesLED’sflashingfor
tenseconds.Anewnetworkcreationwillthenstartautomaticallyand
willneedtobecompletedoncethecorrectnumberofalarmsinthe
networkhasbeenrecognisedbyeachalarm’sLEDflashes.Referto
section‘Creatinganewnetwork’forhowtocompletetheprocess.
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be liable to pay for any fire or Carbon Monoxide investigation
or service call carried out or arranged in response to an alarm.
Please note that alarm designs may change from time to time
and the images in this manual should only be used as a guide.
14. Warranty
Honeywell warrants your new XW100 wireless module for ten
years from the date of purchase by the end user or until the expiry
date printed on the unit, whichever occurs first, according to the
specifications as set out in this instruction manual.
We will, at our discretion, repair or replace, with same or similar
product, any part of the wireless module which is found to be
defectiveineithermaterialsorworkmanshipwithinthewarranty
period.
We shall be under no obligation to repair or replace wireless
modules which are found to be defective in any way due to
unreasonableuseorneglect,improperstorage,usedormaintained
notinaccordancewiththeusermanualoriftheproducthasbeen
tampered with or found to have been dismantled.
This warranty is instead of and excludes all warranties implied
by law, and to the extent permitted by law, our liability under the
warranty is capped at the price of the product. In no event are we
liablefor(a)anydirect,indirect,incidental,consequentialloss;(b)
any loss arising from business interruption; (c) loss of profits; (d)
loss of revenue; (e) loss of use of any property or capital; (f) loss of
anticipated savings or loss of data.
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