The JA-85P mini-size wireless motion detector

The JA-85P mini-size wireless motion detector
The JA-85P mini-size wireless motion detector
and the ignition key is turned off then detector triggering is indicated by a
short flash of the LED.
The JA-85P is a component of Jablotron’s Oasis 80 alarm system. The minisize motion detector uses a PIR sensor and it is designed for indoor use in
buildings or in cars. The battery-powered detector communicates via OASIS
radio protocol.
Battery replacement
The detector battery is regularly checked. If the battery has expired, then the
user or installer is informed. The detector continues to work and each
movement in front of the detector is shown by a brief LED flash. The battery
should be replaced within two weeks by a qualified technician.
After battery replacement the detector needs two minutes to stabilise during
which the LED is permanently lit. After battery replacement test the
functioning of the detector. An expired battery should not be thrown into the
garbage, but disposed of according to local regulations.
DIP switches
- see table
AA 3,6V
Detection characteristics
The detector can react to movements within a distance of up to 5 meters,
see the following diagram.
r = 3m
open here
r = 5m
Installation shall only be undertaken by technicians holding a certificate
issued by an authorized distributor. The detector can be installed on a wall or
on a ceiling. In a car it can be installed high on the interior vertical surface
between the front and rear doors. Within the detection range of the PIR
sensor avoid the presence of objects rapidly changing in temperature, such as
electrical heaters, gas appliances etc. Moving objects with a temperature
close to that of humans such as curtains moving above a radiator, and pets
should also be avoided. Detectors should not be near fast-moving air e.g.
near ventilation fans or open windows or doors. There should also be no
obstacles blocking the detector’s “view” of the protected area. Keep the
detector away from metal objects which could interfere with radio
Warning: The most frequent cause of false alarms is bad detectorpositioning.
Do not set (arm) this detector if there are any people or pets moving within
the protected area.
1. Release the detector installation bracket (by turning it clockwise).
2. Attach the bracket to a desired place and reinstall the detector onto the
3. Open the detector cover by pressing the tab.
4. Remove the internal PIR module held by an internal tab.
5. Set the detector DIP switches (see the “DIP switches” section below).
6. Return the PIR module into the plastic cover.
7. Leave the battery disconnected and the detector open and then follow
the receiver (or control panel or car alarm) manual. The detector enrolls
by connecting up its battery while the receiver is in enrollment mode.
8. After detector enrollment, close its cover, wait until its indicator turns off
and then test its functionality.
To enroll a detector after having already connected a battery, first disconnect
the battery, wait 30 seconds and reconnect it. Allow two minutes to
stabilise during which the LED is permanently lit.
The detector can also be installed without the rear holder. In this case
remove the magnet from the holder (push it out using a thin tool) and push it
into a prefabricated hole in the detector’s rear plastic cover.
Car alarm co-operation
Several types of Jablotron’s car alarms allow for wireless detector
enrollment. A JA-85P detector, if enrolled, should be placed in the upper part
of car’s interior – e.g. fixed to the plastic part of the ceiling light, to side posts
or to the ceiling upholstery (this does not require the bottom handle to be
used). Always take the detection characteristic into consideration when
positioning the detector. Keep in mind that the spots behind mechanical
obstacles (seats, props) are invisible to the detector. Multiple detectors can be
used simultaneously – a detector has no effect to other detectors function.
The detector should not be exposed to direct sunlight. When arming a
car with a JA-85P enrolled all windows must be closed to prevent false
alarm caused by strong hot air blasts or by passing-by persons. However, this
rule can be omitted when partial arming is used and the detector belongs to
the INT group.
DIP switches No. 1 and 3 must be OFF.
Technical specifications
Lithium battery type LS(T)14500 (3.6V AA)
Calculated battery lifetime
approx. 3 years (sleep time 5 min.)
Communication band:
868 MHz, Oasis protocol
Communication range:
approx. 100m (open area)
PIR sensor detection angle/detection range:
360° / 5 m
Operational environment according to EN 50131-1
II. internal space
Operational temperature range
-10 to +55 °C
88 x 46 x 27mm
EN 50131-1, CLC/TS 50131-2-2, EN 50131-5-3 classification:
grade 2
Complies with ETSI EN 300220, ETS 300683, EN 60950
Can be operated according to ERC REC 70-03
Jablotron Ltd. hereby declares that the JA-85P is in compliance
with the essential requirements and other relevant provisions of
Directive 1999/5/EC and 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 undesired operation.
CAUTION: Changes or modifications no expressly approved by
Jablotron could void the user´s authority to operate the
The original of the conformity assessment can be found on the
web site, Technical Support section.
DIP switches
Increased immunity with a
slower reaction (car use)
Delayed natural reaction
Radio supervision off
5 minute sleep time
Normal immunity to false
alarms (indoor use)
Instant natural reaction
Radio supervision on
1 minute sleep time
This DIP switch has an effect if the detector is used with a CA car alarm or with
an Oasis control panel which has a natural reaction assigned to the JA-85P’s
address. It also has no effect when used with a UC-8x or AC-8x receiver.
** Radio communication supervision should be switched off if a detector installed
in a car is enrolled to an Oasis control panel in a house (to avoid lost detector
indication when the car drives away).
*** To save battery energy, the detector switches to battery-save mode 15 minutes
after the cover is closed. During battery-save mode the PIR sensor still always
watches out for movement. The first movement detected is then transmitted
instantly, and for the next 5 minutes or 1 minute the PIR sensor ignores any
further movement. After this period, the PIR sensor then returns to watching out
for movement until re-triggered.
Note: Dispose of batteries
safely depending on battery
type and local regulations.
Although this product does
not contain any harmful
materials we suggest you
return the product to the
dealer or directly to the
manufacturer after use.
Testing the detector
15 minutes after closing the detector cover, the LED shows detector
triggering. The strength and quality of detector signals can be measured by an
Oasis control panel in Service mode. If the detector is enrolled to a car alarm
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