Gardscan `M` Series of PIRs Installation Instructions

Gardscan `M` Series of PIRs Installation Instructions
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GARDINER TECHNOLOGY
Gardscan ‘M’ Series of PIRs
Installation Instructions
Introduction
The Gardscan ‘M’ Series Infra-Red detectors are high quality
PIRs incorporating the latest SMT (surface mount technology) production techniques to give you the ultimate PIR
detector that is efficient, reliable and compact.
The Gardscan ‘M’ Series offers pulse count options of 1, 2 or
3 pulses to accommodate any environmental problems that
may occur. An additional LED disable feature is provided.
The following models are covered by this leaflet:Part No.
Name
05-110
Gardscan ‘M’
05-111
Gardscan ‘MX’
(With Lookdown & Sealed Optics)
7)
Whilst feeding the cable through the cable entry
offer the base to the wall then screw the base to
the wall using the screws provided.
8)
After wiring and adjusting the PCB (see relevant
sections). replace the cover and tighten the
cover retaining screw.
Fig 1. Gardscan Base
C
C
C
Range adjustment of the unit is achieved via one retaining
screw and five preset notches on the PCB giving simple but
accurate and repeatable range adjustment. All units are supplied with a standard volumetric lens giving a maximum
range of 12 metres and a 110° field of view. The Gardscan
‘M’ Series are suitable for corner or wall mounting and an
optional ceiling mount bracket is also available.The cover is
held in position by a single retaining screw that has been
angled outward to ease the process of refitting the cover.
A= Knockouts for flat wall
mounting.
C
C
B A
B
E
E
B= Knockouts for corner
mounting.
C= Knockouts for cable
entry.
D
B
B
C
C A
C
C
C
D= PCB retaining screw
pillar.
E= PCB adjustment
locating lugs.
Mounting Location
The surface that the PIR is to be mounted to should be of
firm construction and free from vibration.
Do not mount the unit in a position where direct or reflected
sunlight can fall on the lens.
Do not mount the unit in draughty locations.
Do not mount the unit over or facing heat sources.
Fig 2. Gardscan Wiring
Control
Panel
Control
Aux
Panel
Supply
Alarm
Circuit 0V 12V
COUNT
Control
Panel
Tamper
Circuit
Mounting
To mount the PIR to the wall proceed as follows:-
COUNT
LED
2
1
3
Slacken (but do not remove) the cover fixing
screw and remove the cover.
2)
Unscrew the PCB retaining screw.
3)
Remove the PCB and store in a safe place.
4)
Referring to Fig 1. remove the desired cable
entry and fixing blanks (only remove necessary
blanks).
5)
6)
Using the PIR base as a template mark the wall
(under no circumstances drill through the base).
Using a suitable drill bit, drill the wall and fit the
rawl plugs (supplied).
2
1
3
(MAX) 1
2
3
4
E
(MIN) 5
Do not run cabling to the unit parallel to mains wiring.
1)
LED
Adjust final
position as required
(MAX) 1
2
3
4
(MIN) 5
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ALARM
0V
12V TAMPER
Wiring
Wiring to the PIR should be six core 7/02 security cable.
This cable should be fitted in accordance with good wiring
practice. Connection details are given in Fig 2.
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Coverage
The coverage pattern of the Gardscan ‘M’ Series is shown in
Fig 3. & Fig 4.
Fig 6 Left Hand Group (LED)
Fig 3. Coverage Pattern (plan view)
LED Enabled
LED Disabled
Adjustment
The Gardscan ‘M’ range may be adjusted by loosening the
PCB retaining screw and moving the PCB into one of the
five preset notches. With the unit mounted at the recommended 2.3 metres and counting the top notch as No.1 the
following ranges may be achieved.
Long Range (Top Layer)
Mid Range (Centre Layer)
Short Range (Bottom Layer)
Look Down (Look Down versions only)
Note:
Fig 4 Coverage Pattern (side view)
2.3m
n
dow
Look
5.3
12m
7.5
0.22m 0.77
The above illustration assumes a mounting height of 2.3m with the PCB in the lowest position
The Lookdown segment refers only to Lookdown versions of the Gardscan 'M'
Link Options
Two groups of links are available on the PCB. The right
hand group controls the pulse count whilst the left hand
group controls the LED. The options are as follows.
Fig 5 Right Hand Group (Pulse Count)
Pulse Count 1
Pulse Count 2
Position
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Pulse Count 3
Down Angle
5°
10°
15°
20°
25°
Range
12m+
12m
6m
4.5m
3m
The PCB retaining screw may be omitted for
the ‘MX’ version. The PCB will be held in
position by the sealed optics.
Specification
‘M’
‘MX’
Voltage Range 9.5-16V d.c
✓
✓
Current Consumption 13mA
✓
✓
Max Ripple 4V Pk to Pk
✓
✓
N/C Alarm Output
✓
✓
2 Second Alarm Period (typical)
✓
✓
N/C Tamper Output (0.5A @24V)
✓
✓
-10°C to +50°C Operating Temp
✓
✓
12 metres Nominal Range
✓
✓
110°Coverage Angle
✓
✓
21 Main Lens Segments
✓
✓
>20V/m to 1000MHz RFI Protection
✓
✓
Dual Element Pyro
✓
✓
1, 2, 3 Pulse Count
✓
✓
Corner, Flat Wall or Ceiling (via
optional bracket).
✓
✓
✓
Sealed Optics
✓
Look Down Optics
White Light Filter
✓
✓
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Queensway, Rochdale, OL11 1TQ. United Kingdom
Tel: 01706 510000 Fax: 01706 510100
International Tel: + 44 1706 510000 Fax: + 44 1706 510100
Internet: http://www.gardiner-technology.com e-mail: sales@gardiner-technology.com
Technical Support Tel: 01706 510200 Fax:01706 510010
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LED Configuration Switches
Fig.6 PCB Position v Range @ 2.9m (Ground strike)
Position
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Down Angle
5°
10°
15°
20°
25°
Range
15m+
15m
8m
6m
4m
ON
2
3
4
5
6
1
2
3
4
5
6
Gard LED
OFF
Pre Alarm
OFF
Pulse Count
OFF
Full Alarm
OFF
1
2
3
4
5
6
Gard LED
OFF
Pre Alarm
OFF
Pulse Count
Yellow LED
Full Alarm
Red LED
Pre Alarm
OFF
Pulse Count
Red LED
Full Alarm
Red LED
ON
ON
ON
1
2
3
4
5
2
3
5
4
6
SAS Enable
SAS Disable
With SAS Enabled the unit will provide greater stability in areas with
increased thermal noise, improved signal to noise ratio and greater
discrimination against small targets. Note there will be a reduction in
range when SAS is enabled.
DIL Switches 2&3 Pulse Count
ON
ON
1
2
3
4
5
6
2
3
4
5
6
1
2
3
4
5
6
Gard LED
ON
Pre Alarm
OFF
Pulse Count
Red LED
Full Alarm
Red LED
1
2
3
4
5
6
Gard LED
ON
Pre Alarm
OFF
Pulse Count
OFF
Full Alarm
OFF
1
2
3
4
5
6
Gard LED
ON if SET
Pre Alarm
OFF
Pulse Count
Yellow LED
Full Alarm
Red LED
1
2
3
4
5
6
Gard LED
ON if SET
Pre Alarm
OFF
Pulse Count
Red LED
Full Alarm
Red LED
ON
1
6
1
Gard LED
OFF
ON
DIL Switch 1 Shadow Algorithm System (SAS) Disable
1
2
3
4
5
6
1
2
3
4
5
6
1
2
3
4
5
6
DIL Switches 4, 5 & 6
These switches control the display modes of the Yellow and Red
LEDs. If the DIS(able) terminal is to be used for external control of
the LEDS, switches 4, 5, & 6 should be in the OFF position.
The following terminology is used for the LEDS.
Gard LED
A state when the Yellow LED flashes once every 2
seconds (typical)
Pre Alarm
A 2 second (typical) flash of the Yellow LED when
Warning System a signal not great enough to count as a pulse or
alarm has been processed.
Pulse Count
A brief pulse of the relevant LED as a Pulse Count
is processed.
Full Alarm
A 2 second (typical) illumination of the Red LED
and the activation of the alarm relay when a Full
Alarm is processed.
ON if SET
When +12V applied to Latch Terminal
1 2 3 4 5 6
1
OFF
1 2 3 4 5 6
1
OFF
Switch No.1
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ON
ON
Pulse Count1 Pulse Count2 Pulse Count3 Pulse Count4
Fig 7. DIL Switch Location
(on rear of PCB)
ON
ON
ON
Full Alarm
Red LED
1
ON
DIL Switch Functions
Control of the unit is through a bank of six DIL switches situated on
the rear of the PCB. The switches are marked 1-6 (see Fig 7).
LED Displays
Pre Alarm
Pulse Count
ON
Red LED
Gard LED
OFF
LED Displays with Latch
When the latch terminal is used, the Red LED indicates if a detector
was triggered whilst the system was set. A Red LED flashes on the
first detector to be triggered in a group with subsequent detectors in
that group having the Red LED permanently lit*. Any Latched LEDs
will be reset when the system is next Set/Unset. All displays are
inhibited whilst the system is set.
*Not on Any to Alarm.
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The
Gardscan MX+ & QX+
Microprocessor
Controlled PIR
Installation
Instructions
MX+ QX+
Specification
Voltage Range 9.5-16V d.c
✓
✓
Current Consumption 13mA
✓
✓
Max Ripple 4V Pk to Pk
✓
✓
N/C Alarm Output
✓
✓
2 Second Alarm Period (typical)
✓
✓
N/C Tamper Output (0.5A @24V)
✓
✓
-10°C to +50°C Operating Temp
✓
✓
15 metres Nominal Range
✓
✓
110°Coverage Angle
✓
✓
20V/m to 1000MHz RFI Protection
✓
✓
1, 2, 3, 4 Pulse Count
✓
✓
✓
Optical Light Pipe
Advanced Temperature Compensation (ATC)
✓
✓
Pre-Alarm Warning System (PAWS)
✓
✓
Intelligent Detection Algorithms (IDA)
✓
✓
Shadow Algorithm System (SAS)
✓
✓
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Gardiner Technology Ltd
Queensway, Rochdale, OL11 1TQ.
United Kingdom
Tel: 01706 510000 Fax: 01706 510100
Int Tel: +44 1706 510000 Fax: 44 1706 510100
Internet: http://www.gardiner-technology.com
e-mail: sales@gardiner-technology.com
Technical Support Tel:01706 510200
Technical Support Fax: 01706 510010
(Mon - Fri 09:00-17:30)
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Introduction
The Gardscan MX+ & QX+ Infra-Red detectors are high quality
latching PIRs incorporating the latest SMT (surface mount
technology) production techniques. Microprocessor based Intelligent
Detection Algorithms and Advanced Temperature Compensation
give you the ultimate PIR detector that is efficient, reliable and
compact.
Control of the advanced Microprocessor features that are available is
achieved through a bank of six DIL switches situated on the rear of
the PCB.
The unit offers a 110° field of view and is supplied with volumetric
lens giving a maximum range of 15 metres. Incorporated into the
moulding is a look down lens that utilises mirrored optics to give
detection directly beneath the detector. The QX+ also offers the
benefit of an optical light pipe for the main LED giving a wider angle
of view than the standard LED configuration.
Range adjustment of the unit is achieved via five preset notches on
the PCB and a sensitivity pot giving simple but accurate range
adjustment. The units are suitable for corner or wall mounting and an
optional ceiling mount bracket is also available.
c)
Remove the PCB and store in a safe place.
d)
Referring to Fig 2. remove the desired cable entry and fixing
blanks (only remove necessary blanks).
e)
Using the PIR base as a template mark the wall (do not drill
through the base under any circumstances ).
f)
Using a suitable drill bit, drill the wall and fit the rawl plugs
(supplied).
g)
Whilst feeding the cable through the cable entry offer the base
to the wall then screw the base to the wall using the screws
provided.
h)
After wiring and adjusting the PCB (see relevant sections)
replace the cover and tighten the cover retaining screw.
DIS (Disable) Terminal
This terminal acts in conjunction with the DIL switches. Provided the
correct mode of operation is selected through the DIL switches, the
LEDs may be disabled by a remote signal from the control equipment
that provides 12V+ to this terminal.
Coverage
The coverage pattern of the Gardscan MX+ & QX+ is shown in Fig
4. & Fig 5.
Fig 4. Coverage Pattern (plan view)
Fig 2. Gardscan QX+ & MX+ Base
A=
C
C
C
C
C
B A
B
E
E
D
15m Volumetric Lens
Knockouts for corner
mounting.
C=
Knockouts for cable
entry.
D=
PCB retaining screw
pillar.
E=
PCB adjustment
locating lugs.
B
B
C A
C
C
C
C
Knockouts for flat wall
mounting.
B=
Fig1. Gardscan QX
LED Light Pipe
(QX+ Only)
Latch Terminal
Wiring to the latch terminal should be from the control panel SW+
terminal for any to alarm indication. For first / other to alarm indication
the 47k resistor (supplied) should be placed in series with the SW+
wire. Only one resistor should be used for each group of PIRs using
the first to alarm feature.
Long Range (Top Layer)
Mid Range (Centre Layer)
Look Down Lens
Short Range (Bottom Layer)
Fig 3. Gardscan QX+ & MX+ Wiring
Cover Fixing Screw
Control
Panel
Alarm
Circuit
Control
Panel Aux
Supply
+
Look Down (Look Down versions only)
DIS
Control
Panel
Tamper
Circuit
(MIN) 5
a)
Slacken (but do not remove) the cover fixing screw and remove
the cover.
b)
Unscrew the PCB retaining screw.
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DIS
Latch Signal
Remote Disable
(MAX) 1
2
3
4
(MIN) 5
LED3
LED2
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Adjust final
position as required
Sensitivity adjustment pot should be
adjusted to minimum required (anticlockwise) and verified by walktesting
with front cover in position.
Note: LED positions will vary dependant
on model
Wiring
Wiring to the PIR should be six core 7/02 security cable. This cable
should be fitted in accordance with good wiring practice. Connection
details are given in Fig 3.
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n
dow
Mounting
To mount the PIR to the wall proceed as shown in the steps below:-
LATCH
2.9m
E
Look
Mounting Location
The surface that the PIR is to be mounted to should be of firm
construction and free from vibration.
Do not
Mount the unit in a position where direct or reflected
sunlight can fall on the lens.
Do not
Mount the unit in draughty locations.
Do not
Mount the unit over or facing heat sources.
Do not
Run cabling to the unit parallel to mains wiring.
LED1
Fig 5. Coverage Pattern (side view)
(MAX) 1
2
3
4
5.3
15m
7.5
0.22m 0.77
The above illustration assumes a mounting height of 2.9m with the PCB in the lowest position
Range Adjustment
The Gardscan MX+ & QX+ range may be adjusted by moving the
PCB into one of the five preset notches. With the unit mounted at the
recommended 2.9 metres and counting the top notch as No.1 the
ranges shown in Fig.6 may be achieved. If necessary use the PCB
screw to hold the PCB in position. Final adjustment is via the
sensitivity adjustment pot to minimum required (see Fig 3) for details.
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