titan wireless pir detector

titan wireless pir detector
1. Do not position the detector facing direct sunlight.
2. Do not position the detector directly above or facing any source of heat, eg: fires,
radiators, boiler etc.
3. Where possible, mount the detector so that the logical path of an intruder would
cut across the fan pattern rather than directly towards the detector.(FIGURE 1b)
4. The PIR Detector can be used with all TRS receivers providing they are all
coded with the same code.
TITAN WIRELESS PIR DETECTOR
LOADING THE BATTERY
1. Using a Phillips screwdrivers to detach the rear cover. (FIGURE 2a)
2. Insert 2 AAA-size 1.5V batteries to the battery compartment, ensuring correct
polarity. (FIGURE 2b)
3. Refit the rear cover. (FIGURE 2c) when any settings are completed and the unit
has been fixed in place.
j Front Cover
k PIR Motion Sensor
l Time-off Knob
m Battery
n Rear Cover
o Tamper Switch
The PIR Detector is designed to detect movement in a protected area by detecting
moving heat sources, for example, when a person moves within or across the
devices field of vision. When movement is detected a radio signal will be emitted to
the Receiver(s).
The recommended position for mounting the PIR Detector is approximately 1.8 to
2m from the floor. At this height, the detector will detect movement up to 8-12m
depending on adjustment. (FIGURE 1a). Before selecting a position for a PIR
Detector the following points should be noted:
FIGURE 2a
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3
0
3
6
9
2.0
3
6
9
FIGURE 1a
FIGURE 2c
SETTING
1. The units ID code is fixed ex-factory and cannot be adjusted.
2. Emitting the ID code
Step 1: After inserting the batteries to the PIR Detector, it will have a 60-second
warm up period before emitting the ID code.
Step 2: Set the Receiver to code learning mode. (refer to Receiver’s instruction
manual).
Step 3: Pressing the tamper switch for more than 3 seconds will emit the ID
code to the Receiver.
Step 4: If the Receiver responds with a long bleep, the code learning is
successful. If not, please repeat Step 2.
Step 5: If consecutive short bleeps have been heard from the Receiver, the
code learning has failed.
Step 6: Start again from Step 1 to re-try.
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0
FIGURE 2b
12
FIGURE 1b
1
OPERATION
TAMPER
1. When removing the rear cover, the tamper switch will be triggered. The trigger
command signal will be sent to the Receiver immediately.
5. An LED is mounted inside of the PIR Detector. The indication of LED represents
the following status:
1
2. If coded TITAN Chime / Alarm Receivers will sound in alarm mode for
approximately 30 seconds be silent for approximately 10 seconds, then sound
again for approximately 30 seconds. This will repeat until cancelled on the
receiver or for 10 cycles of 30 seconds.
2
Status
PIR Detector is emitting radio
signal
Low battery
LED indication
Illuminating steadily
Flashing every 30 seconds
INSTALLATION
As soon as the code learning procedure is completed, hold the rear cover in position
and mark the two mounting holes. Drill the holes, insert the plastic wall plugs and
screw the rear cover to the wall using the screws supplied. Offer the Detector up to
the rear cover using screws as originally supplied. (FIGURE 5)
FIGURE 3
NORMAL ACTIVATION
3. When the PIR Detector is triggered by moving heat source a radio signal is
transmitted to the Receiver to activate the receivers coded to it.
FIGURE 5
NB: After removing the batteries, wait for 1 minute before refitting new batteries.
NB: After replacing the batteries wait 10 seconds for the detector to become stable.
4. The time control knob is designed to control the length of time that the receiver
should is turned on. It is set from 5 seconds to 12 minutes. “T” means 5
seconds, while “+” is 12 minutes. (FIGURE 4)
TROUBLESHOOTING
Symptom
Possible Cause
Recommendation
PIR Detector not working
Flat battery
Replace with new battery
Check if mounting location of
Adjust mounting location
detector is correct
Radio interference
Remove interference source or
change mounting location
SPECIFICATIONS
Frequency Range
Battery
Communication Range
FIGURE 4
Specifications subject to change without notice
2
433MHz
1.5V AAA x 2
70 m (in an open space)
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