Model 5650 Passive Infrared Motion Detector/Transmitter

Model 5650 Passive Infrared Motion Detector/Transmitter
6ERERAL INFORMATION:
The No. 5659 Passive
Infrared
Motion Detector/Transmitter
is intended for use
as part of an Alert II 5600 Series Wireless Alarm System.
The No. 5650 provides
17 zones of wide-angle
coverage with a detection
range of up to 25 feet (7.6m)
and has the following
important
features:
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computer-designed
parabolic
optical
system.
High precision,
Dual element pyro-electrjc
sensor.
Precision
die-cast
optical
head for maximum RF1 protection
and accurate
optical
alignment.
Pre-declined
zones for fast and easy installation.
Separate
pan and tilt
control
for convenient
pattern adjustment to
achieve desired coverage or avoid hazards.
Zone direction
not observable when cover is in place.
Hall/corner
mounting plate for fast and easy installation.
LED walk-test
capability.
(LED will
not be active
when cover is
in place).
Integral
RF transmitter
with prograrmnable identification
codes.
The No. 565tl is designed for wireless
applications
batteries
(carbon zinc chloride
or alkaline
type).
are required.
IKIPLE
and is powered
No external wiring
by two 9V
connections
OF OPERATIQW:
The optical
system divides the area into a series of protective
zones.
A special
sensor measures the level of far infrared
energy in each zone.
When an intruder
crosses
or enters any zone, the, resulting
change in infrared
energy is detected
and an alarm condition
will exist.
Radio messages sent by the unit's
integral
radio transmitter
to the system's
receiver
identify
the detector
and also contain appropriate
alarm,
supervisory
or low battery
information.
Normally
(with
the unit's
cover in place),
no
more than one transmission will occur in any 3 minute period,
in order to conserve
battery
strength.
The PIR sensor does not
temperature of the room.
respond
to visible
light
or changes in the background
Because a passive
infrared
device
does not employ transmission
purposes, more than one No. 5650 may be used in the same area.
Far infrared
energy does not penetrate
most building
ylass),
so the unit
responds only to movement inside
area.
for
detection
materials
(even window
the room or protected
PRELIMINARY COVERAGEAW LDCATION CONSIDERATIORS:
Coverage:
The pattern
of protection
provided
by the h'o. 5650 includes nine main zones
which span an angle of 75"; five intermediate
zones aligned
in direction
with
alternate
main zones but angled somewhat downward from the main zones; and
three downward zones.
See Diagrams 1 anQ48.
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The entire
pattern
may be panned left
or right
up to 20” either
way.
The optical system has been designed to give proper coverage based upon a typical
mounting
height of 7.0' (2.2m),
However, the unit may be mounted at any height
between 4.5' (1.4m) and 9.5' (2.9m) to achieve
the proper
25' (7.6m) pattern
of coverage.
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Combinations
of mounting
height
and "tilt"
of the optical
head can be used
to obtain coverages as shown in Diagram 2. To adjust
the tilt
of the optical
head, grasp the metal casting
firmly
between thumb and index finger at both
sides (where a ridge is provided);
pull
gently
forward
until
the assembly
is
free,
then set the tabs on the casting into the desired notches on the bracket
and release.
See Diagram 3. IHPORTANT: Do not touch the reflector
or sensor
surfaces.
Location:
See the Preliminary
Location
Considerations
section of the 5600 Series System
Installation
Instructions
for information
relative
to the system's
No. 5620
Receiver/Control
or No. 5631 or 5632 Receiver.
Passive I.R. units
following
additional
are remarkably
resistant
to false
recommendations should be observed.
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Avoid locating
a unit where central
live
fires
other
radiant)
heaters,
be within a protective
zone.
.
Avoid locating
a unit
sources of heat.
.
Avoid locating
a unit
in
direct
on an unstable
alarm
hazards
but
the
heating
radiators,
quartz (or
or ventilating
registers
could
sunlight
or directly
above strong
surface.
Because the No. 5650 responds to changes in energy which occur when an intruder
moves into or out of a' zone, best coverage
will
be obtained if the mounting
site is selected such that the likely
direction
of intruder
motion is ACROSS
the pattern.
It is important
block the pattern
%ansmlsslon
that no obstructions
be placed in front
of the,detector
to
of coverage, particularly
when a low mounting height is used.
Path:
path between the No. 5650 and the system's
permanent installation
is performed.
A good transmission
be established
before
1.
ave
2.
Set the coding switches located on the circuit
board within
Diagram 4) for the assigned
"House I.D."
and "Transmitter
as described in the receiver's
instructions.
3.
Remove the
tbe
loosening
4.
Insert
Ib.
5650's
battery
its
cover
by loosening
compartment
cover
its
retaining
plate
receiver
must
screw.
the unit (see
1.D." numbers
from the rear of the unit
by
two screws.
two fresh
g volt
Altaline
or Carbon flnc
Chlorlde
type batterler
(see GENERAL SPECIFICATIONS herein).
5.
Rtiplrct
the
battery
compartment
,n
Cover plate,
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but leave
the unit‘s
front
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cover off.
The detector's
walk test
transmit
while motion is being detected.
6.
0
LED will
light-and
the
unit
will
Perform the ‘Preliminary
Prograaning/Location
Test” as described in detail
in the receiver's
installation
instructions,
to determine
the 'suitability
of the transmission
path from the proposed location
for the No. 5650.
Normal Nountinq:
1.
Mount the wall plate
to a firm and vertical
surface (flat
on wall or in
corner) at the selected location.
Orient the plate so that its unit mounting
(shorter)
hooks are at the bottom.
2.
Attach
the No, 5650 to the wall plate as follows:
Engage the lower hooks
on the wall plate into the case bottom and secure the unit to the wall
provided
on the upper projection
of the wall
plate
using the set screw
plate.
The head of the set screw permits tightening
by either a screwdriver
or a dime.
Hold the upper edge of the detector
base iifirmly
Important:
against the hackplate
and tighten
the set screw so that it "bites
into
the upper surface of the plastic
base.
For recessed mounting, the No. 650MK Flush Mounting
able.
Follow the instructions
accompanyinq it.
Note:
3.
Leave the detector’s
front
cover off,
AND TEST described
in the next section.
Inverted
pending
completion
of
is evailALIGNMENT
Mounti nq :
If small pets have access to the area protected
by the detector
is .armed in the "AWAY" mode, this section pertains.
The detector may be installed
approximately
or other objects do not obscure the pattern
The detector
wiT1 be above
A 3" wide x
rubher pad is
3' from the floor,
of protection.
when the system
provided
furniture
and wall plate
must be mounted inverted
(the transmitter
section
the sensor section)
with the wall plate tilted
forward (downward).
l/Z"
high x l/4"
thick
(7.6 cm x 1.3 cm x 0.6 cm) self-adhesive
supplied to aid in tilting
the urall plate.
It must be noted
small animals will
that although
this
procedure
adjusts
the PIR tones so that
not be detected,
a crawling
intruder
will
ALSO go undetected.
1.
Affix
the rubber
pad to the rear of the wall plate as follows:
Hold the
plate
inverted,
so that its unit mounting (shorter)
hooks are at the top.
Affix
the pad to the rear of the plate
so that its upper (long)
edge is
just touching the lower edge of the pair of then-uppermost
mounting holes.
2.
Follow
“Normal Mounting’
the wall plate so tha t its
ALIWlENT
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Kit
Steps 1, 2 and 3 as described above, but orient
unit mounting (shorter)
hooks are at the top.
AND TEST:
IMPORTANT:
Be careful
during
installation
or adjustment
NOT TO TOUCH THE
REFLECTOROR SENSORSURFACES. 'nlHEN POSITTONING THE HEAD ASSEMBLY, GRIP THE
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1.
Aim the optical
assembly
for desired
coverage.
Adjust it left or right
(loosen the knurled head panning screw below the optical
assembly
while
adjusting.)
or adjust
it up or down (via the vertical
adjustment
described
earlier).
Rote:
If Inverted lbunting
has been used, MINIMUM TILT position
must always be used.
2.
Walk-test
unit with cover removed.
Test operation
by walking
through
the protective
zones and observing
the walk-test
LED. If necessary,
to
obtain desired coverage, readjust
the optical
assembly accordingly.
3.
When used wfth
Control :
a.
b.
c.
d.
4.
Test
(if
required,
1.
Remove the detector’s
2.
Connect a DC voltmeter
2
5:
for
analyzing
a No. 5631 or 5632 receiver,
follow
with which the' receiver
is installed.
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problem areas):
:
cover.
(or multimeter).
20K otws per volt
as follows:
Set the meter to its 10 V.DC range.
Temporarily
disconnect
the optical
asssembly’s
UHITE lead from its
pin on the circuit
board (See Diagram 4).
To disconnect
the lead,
to grip the top of the lead's insulated
tip.
use a long nose pliers
Connect the meter’s positive
(+) test lead to the WHITE lead.
Clip the meter’s
negative
(0) test
lead to the soldered surface at
the front right edge of the circuit
board (ground).
Mask the detector’s
placing the optics'
provide
sufficient
front of the mirror
The meter
fluctuation
4,
a No, 5620 Receiver/
Place the wireless
alarm system into the TEST mode by entering
the
programned access code at the No. 5621 Security
Console,
followed
imnediately
by depression of the TEST function
key.
Walk into the protected
area:
The No. 5621 will
beep twice each
time the No. 5650 senses motion or will
beep once every 30 seconds
when no motion is being detected.
Replace the No. 5650’s cover.
The unit's
walk test LED will be disabled
and the transmitter
hold-off
circuit
will
be active
(only one alarm
may be transmitted
during
any 3 mi'nute period).
Again, walk into
the protected
area and listen
for the No. 5621 to beep twice
as an
"alarm" signal is received.
the programmed access
Remove the system fFon the TEST mode by entering
code at the No. 5621 followed
immediately
by depression
of the fiFF
function
key.
When used with a system utilizing
the testing
procedures of the control
ikter
3.
II system utilizing
a Mo. 5600 Alert
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optics
so that motion cannot
protective
shipping
foam over
Use of a handkerchief
masking.
is suggested!.
should indicate
approximately
of less than O.lV).
be detected.
(Note:
the mirror
will
not
or sheet of paper in
2.25V (wit% a permissible
normal
remain motionless
and allow time
Remove the mask covering
the optics,
Motion into any of the detector's
zones will
for the meter to settle.
cause the meter to deflect
above or below the nominal
level.
A meter
variation
of + 0.5 volt will trip the unit,
causing its LED to illuminate.
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MAINTAINING PROPER,OPERATIONAND COVERAGE:
In order to maintain
the detector
in proper
that the following
be observed by the user.
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working
condition,
it
is importar
1.
The two g volt batteries
should
Power should be provided
at all times.
Uhen low
supply enough power for one year of operation
in normal usage.
battery
indication
is indicated
at the receiving
system, BOTH !IHPDRTAHT,
BOTH), batteries
should be replaced.
2.
Units should never be re-aimed
of the alarm service company.
3.
The physical
surroundings
of the protected
area should not be changed.
If furniture is moved, or air-conditioning
or additional
heating is installed,
the system may have to be re-adjusted
by the alarm service company.
4.
Walk-tests
should be conducted
frequently
(at least monthly) to confirm
This is done by selecting
continued proper coverage by each detector.
the TEST mode at the No. 5621 or other receiver/control
system and noting
Because the No. 5650 has a 3 minute (approx.)
the alarm indication
thereon.
hold-off
feature to extend the battery
life,
only one alarm can be transmitted
in a three minute period
(unless
the No. 5550's cover is removed whi1.e
walk-testing).
or relocated
without
the advice
or assistance
TROUBLESHOOTIR6:
Trouble
1:
UNIT 6DES INTO AIARM INTERMITTENTLY FOR ND APPAREUTREASON.”
CAUSE
RE)IEDY
A.
‘Rapid’change in IR level in one of
Check for electric
or
the zones.
gas heaters, open flames, electric
arcs, or any objects which may be
partially
in a zone and can change
temperature
rapidly.
Identify
source of IR or mature
Re-position
optics
so
change.
that source of problem is no.longer
in a zone.
B.
Drafts are creating
or overhead lighting
Locate source of -ion.
motion
or aim zones
source,
if necessary.
unit After
adjustment
coverage.
c.
Birds or other
entering
area.
Trouble
2:
small
motion in drapes
fixtures.
animals
are
Check for and eliminate
all possible
entry
points
for. birds,
cats,
dogs, rodents,
etc.
Contact exterminator if necessary.
AREA DF COVERAGECHANGES.
CAUSE
A.
Eliminate
away from
Walk-test
to confirm
Customer has repositioned
in premises.
REUEDY
furniture
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Caution
customer
that
changes
in layout
can affect
coverage.
Re-aim or relocate the unit according
to installation
instructions.
Re certain
that
unit has not been
tampered with.
B.
&wnting
surface is unstable,
A
few degrees vertical
shift
can
change range substantially.
Trouble
3:
Huunt on secure
UNIT DOES NOT APPEAR TO BE WERATIffi.
CAUSE
A.
Unit
surface.
RElIfDY
is not receiving
Power.
Check
for
voltage.
appropriate
battery
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IMPORTART:
Before any equipment
is returned
to Ademco for service,
a Return Authorization
Number should
first
be obtained
from the nearest Ademco Distribution
Center.
If it becomes necessary
to return
a unit for repair,
the
optical
head and reflector
assembly within
the unit
should
be cushioned
by surrounding
it.with
soft packing material
foam or plastic
bubbles)
to
(such as tissue,
newspaper,
protect
it from undue stress
during
shipment.
Take care
not to touch the reflector
or sensor surfaces.
lERAL SPECIFICATIOK:
Wdth:
He1ght :
Depth:
4 l/16"
5 11/16"
(14.5~~1)
2 7/R" (?.3cm)
Protectqon
nectrical
(10.3qm)
Pattern:
span),
5 intermediate
9 main zones (75’
downward zones, coverage up to 25 feet (7&a).
zones,
3
:
Voltage:
9V from two Alkaline
or Carbon Zinc Chloride
Ademco No.74,
Eveready 522 or 1222VP, Duracell
'0069-h or equivalent.
Type Batteries;
MN16D!, Panasonic
Change batteries
at'least
annually
or within
30 days after a
low BATTERY message indication
(7 days, if the transmitter
sees
frequent daily activation),
whichever occurs sooner.
Transmission
Range: lOOft
(nominal),
indoor.
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Diagram 1: No. 5650 PROTECTION ZONES
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Diagram
2: RANOcd
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IMPORTANT!
DO NOT TOUCH, REFLECTOR
OR SENSOR SURFACES.
GRIP QNLY DIE CAST BODY OF
.UNIT. AS SHOWN.
ILT AND SET TAB
MAXIMUM TILT
MID TILT
MINIMUM TILT I
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Diagram 3: TILT POSITIONS
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Caution: Make
tab is placed
same slot on
sides of unit.
sure
in*
both
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CHANGE
SETTING)
CODING /
SWITCHES
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No. 5650’s CIRCUIT
BOARD
SWITCHES 15 ARE ON ALl TRANSMITTERS AND ARE USED FOR SEkO
HOUSE I.D. NUMBERS 191 (TO SET “O”, POStlION AU 5 SWITCHES “OFF’).
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NO. 6666
SWITCHES 810 ARE ON BURQIARY TRANSMllTER
AND ARE USED FOR SElTlNG TRANSMIHER I.D. NUMBERS l-26 (l-26 IF RRE
NOT USED).
HOUSE I.D.
TRANSMllTER
I.D.
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SHdWN SEI FOR HOUSE I.D.: 31
TRANSMITIER
I.D.: 5
Diagram
4:
CIRCUIT BOARD AND CODING SWITCHES
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