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DS924iPET (ITI # 60-511-02-95)
Learn Mode (LM) Wireless PIR Motion Sensor
Installation Instructions
AVOID
1.0 Overview
Hot or cold air
directed onto
sensor
The DS924iPET is a Passive Infrared (PIR) Motion Sensor designed to
detect movement in the interior of a structure by sensing the Infrared
energy emitted from the human body as it moves across the Sensor’s field
of view. When motion is detected the unit sends an alarm signal to the
Control Panel. The DS924iPET is a high performance PIR Motion Sensor
which uses advanced signal processing to provide outstanding catch
performance and unsurpassed false alarm immunity. The DS924iPET is
designed to ignore a dog up to 40 pounds, two cats and small rodents.
Direct or
reflected
sunlight
Figure 1
2.0 Specifications
4.0 Mounting Procedure
General
• Power is supplied by 3.6 VDC Lithium Battery. Saft LS14250
(0.85 AH, 1/2AA battery).
• Typical current draw is 12 micro-amps with LED disabled.
• Typical battery life is 5 years.
• Operating temperature range of +32°F to +120°F (0°C to +49°C).
PIR Motion Sensor
• Coverage area 35 ft. by 35 ft.
• Internal coverage pointability +2° to -10° Vertical and ±10° Horizontal.
• Field selectable sensitivity options of Standard, Intermediate, or High.
• Three minute transmitter lockout time after alarm extends battery life.
• Timed Walk Test Mode automatically disables LED after setup to extend
battery life.
• Cover activated Tamper indication. Optional wall activated Tamper is
included.
RF Transmitter
• Integral RF transmitter capable of transmitting at least 500 feet open air.
(Actual acceptable transmitter range should be verified for each
installation).
• Transmits low battery report (trouble) to the Control Panel.
• Transmits supervisory signal to the Control Panel every 64 minutes.
• Intended for use with listed compatible ITI Learn Mode control panels.
4.1
3.0 Installation Guidelines
Do
• Keep all sensors within 100 feet of the Control Panel. The 100 foot
distance recommendation is given as a starting guideline. The LM PIR
Transmitter has an open air range of at least 500 feet, but the installation
environment may influence this range.
• Mount the sensor so there is a reference point (such as a wall) at the
end of its detection pattern.
• Mount the sensor so that an intruder will most likely walk across the
detection pattern.
• Mount the sensor 6.5 feet above the floor.
• Mount on an insulated outside wall facing in.
• Mount on a surface which is rigid and free from vibration.
Don’t
• Mount in direct sunlight.
• Aim at air conditioners, heat vents, wood stoves, fireplaces, intermittent
heat sources, etc.
• Aim at solar heated walls or uninsulated metal walls.
• Aim at normally moving objects (ceiling fans, pets over 40 pounds, etc.).
• Mount the sensor where it can be exposed to moisture.
• Mount in locations where the temperature may be outside the sensor’s
operating limits of +32°F to +120°F (0°C to +49°C).
• Mount in areas with large metallic surfaces (e.g. heating ducts) or electrical
wiring which may inhibit the sensor’s RF signals from reaching the
Control Panel.
• Mount in areas where the coverage may be blocked by any temporary
items such as boxes or freight.
Surface or Corner Mounting
For Pet Applications, surface or corner mount the
detector. Do not use the optional swivel bracket.
IMPORTANT
Don't
point
at
stairs
Don't
point
where
pets
can
climb
6.5 Ft
(2 M)
NO
NO
Mount the detector 6 1/2 feet
(2 meters) above the floor
Figure 2
• Remove the sensor’s cover by gently inserting a screwdriver into the
COVER
notch at the bottom of the cover.
HINGES
• Completely loosen the mounting
base locking screw.
• Remove the mounting plate from
the enclosure by prying it up
LENS
LENS
and out from the bottom.
FRAME
• Punch out 2 appropriate holes
WALK TEST LED
in the mounting plate (for
surface or corner applications).
SENSITIVITY PINS
10 5 0 5 10
Note: The wall tamper cannot
be used when corner
mounting.
0
4
8
WALK TEST
SWITCH
WALL TAMPER
BYPASS
JUMPER
S
I
H
TEST
VERTICAL ADJUST
SCREW
TAMPER
SWITCH
COVER
LATCH
MOUNTING BASE
LOCKING
SCREW
FRONT VIEW OF ENCLOSURE WITH COVER OFF
• If the wall tamper function is
Figure 3
required,
remove
the
rectangular knockout. Locate the small spring in the hardware kit. Hold
the PIR base so the battery is visible. Place the spring on the black plastic
shaft of the wall tamper switch just below the battery.
• Remove the wall tamper bypass jumper located next to the walk test
switch.
• Using the mounting plate as a template, mark the location of the required
holes on the mounting surface.
• For installation on drywall or plaster, drill a 1/8" pilot hole to determine if a
wall anchor is required.
• Secure the mounting plate to the wall with the #6 x 1" wood screws
provided.
HINGE
CORNER
SURFACE
SURFACE
CORNER
CORNER
KNOCKOUT
FOR
WALL TAMPER
FLUSH
MOUNT
TAB
MOUNTING
Figure 4
CORNER
MOUNT
4.2
Attaching the Enclosure
• Attach the PIR base to the mounting plate and tighten the mounting plate
locking screw.
• Replace the cover, engaging the top first then securing the bottom latch.
• For added security, the cover may be locked to the base latch using the
small screw provided. The screw hole in the bottom of the cover must
be knocked out prior to replacing the cover.
5.0 Programming
General Guidelines
• Put the Control Panel in program mode.
• Trip the sensor’s tamper switch by removing its cover.
• Restore the tamper by replacing the sensor’s cover.
Refer to the appropriate Control Panel installation manual for specific
instructions on programming this device.
Note: When the Walk Test Mode has ended, an alarm can be
transmitted only after three (3) minutes have passed since
the previous alarm. This 3 minute lockout time reduces
unnecessary RF transmissions in high traffic areas thereby
extending battery life.
6.5
Maintenance
At least once a year, the range and coverage should be verified for proper
operation. To assure daily operation, the end user should be instructed to
walk through the far end of the coverage pattern to verify an alarm output
prior to arming the system.
6.6
Battery Installation
6.0 Walk Testing
The sensor is normally shipped with its battery installed. If battery
replacement is necessary observe proper polarity when installing a new
battery or the sensor may be damaged. When the battery is replaced, wait
at least 5 minutes after installing battery before activating the Walk Test
Mode.
6.1 Setup
Loosen the vertical adjust screw and set the vertical adjustment to -4°.
7.0 RF Testing
0
4
8
0
4
8
S
I
H
TEST
VERTICAL ADJUST
SCREW
-4°
Figure 5
6.2 Sensitivity Selection
• Locate the sensitivity pins. Move the shorting jumper to the appropriate
pair of pins.
• If the shorting jumper is not used or placed incorrectly, the sensor defaults
to Intermediate sensitivity.
S
I
H
S
I
H
S
I
H
Standard sensitivity is required for Pet Applications. This
setting is the most tolerant of environmental extremes.
Intermediate sensitivity should be used for any location where an
intruder is expected to cover only a small portion of the protected
area. This setting tolerates normal environments. Do not use this
setting for Pet Applications.
High sensitivity should only be used in quiet environments where
thermal and illumination transients are not anticipated. This setting
has the fastest response to intruder signals. Do not use this
setting for Pet Applications.
The actual RF transmitter range can be determined by performing a Dealer
Sensor Test as follows:
• Remove the sensor’s cover and press the Walk Test Switch. Refer to
Figure 3 for the switch location.
• Replace the sensor’s cover.
• Using the appropriate touchpad for the Control Panel, enter the Dealer
Sensor Test Code.
• Move across the detection pattern until the sensor’s LED turns on. STOP
your motion.
• Note the number of siren beeps indicating how many RF packets the
control panel received from the sensor. You should hear 7-8 beeps. If
you hear 6 or fewer beeps, relocate the sensor and retest.
8.0 FCC Notice
This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to
the following two conditions:
1. This device may not cause harmful interference.
2. This device must accept any interference, including interference that
may cause undesired operation.
9.0 Coverage Patterns
0
6.5
Walk Testing should be done across the coverage pattern. The edge of the
coverage pattern is determined by the first flash of the LED. This may
change slightly depending upon the sensitivity setting. Walk Test the unit
from both directions to determine the pattern boundaries.
Note: Excessive use of the Walk Test Mode may reduce battery
life. Use only for initial setup and maintenance testing.
B
C
L
Pattern Testing
Pressing the Walk Test Switch will start a 90 second Walk Test Mode.
During this Test Mode, any activity in the sensor’s coverage pattern will
cause a transmitted alarm and LED activation. Each alarm will also extend
the Test Mode for an additional 90 seconds.
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Meters
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11
10
3
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11
Meters
20
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P L T MQ V R N U O S
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20
6.5
0
Feet
DS924iPET Lens
35
Figure 6
Changes or modifications not expressly approved by Interactive
Technologies, Inc. can void the user’s authority to operate the equipment.
The detection pattern may be shifted ±10 degrees horizontally by rotating
the lens left or right to the appropriate marks on the lens frame.
6.4
Final Testing
Turn on all heating and air conditioning sources which would normally be
active during the protection period. Stand away from the sensor and outside
the coverage pattern and watch for alarms.
After setup and tests are completed, and there has been no activity in the
sensor’s coverage pattern for approximately 90 seconds, the LED will
flash to indicate that the Walk Test mode is ending.
© 2009 Bosch Security Systems, Inc.
130 Perinton Parkway, Fairport, New York, USA 14450-9199
(800) 289-0096
®
Interactive Technologies, Inc.
2266 North Second Street
North Saint Paul, MN 55109
1-800-777-1415
06/09
DS924iPET Installation Instructions
P/N: F01U070392-04 Page 2
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