Quik Bridge® Two- Channel Receiver

Quik Bridge® Two- Channel Receiver
Quik Bridge® TwoChannel Receiver
Quik Bridge ® Two-Channel Receiver
Document Number: 466-1547 Rev. C
September 1999
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60-760
INSTALLATION
INSTRUCTIONS
Product Summary
The Quik Bridge® Two-Channel Receiver allows two
zones of a hardwired panel to use wireless devices. This
allows you to add up to four wireless sensors and /or
Keychain Touchpads to the hardwired system. You may
assign the wireless devices to the two receiver zones in
any combination (4 on zone 1 and 0 on zone 2, 3 on zone
1 and 1 on zone 2, etc.). See the diagrams below for some
suggested uses for this receiver. The letters by each Keychain Touchpad represent the button modes (seeTabl e3)
you must enter into the receiver. The receiver recognizes
each button mode as a separate device.
1)
Expanding zones by adding
sensors
2)
Expanding zones, and remote
level-sensitive keyswitch arming
L
3)
Expanding zones, and controlling one garage door opener
L
H
H
H
ZONE
ZONE
ZONE
ZONE
ZONE
ZONE
1
2
1
2
1
2
HARDWIRE
ZONE
HARDWIRE
ZONE
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HARDWIRE
ZONE
ZONE FOR
KEYSWITCH
ARMING
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GARAGE
DOOR
HARDWIRE
ZONE
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4)
Controlling one garage door
opener,
and
level-sensitive
remote keyswitch arming*
5)
Controlling two garage door
openers, each using a separate
touchpad
D+H
D+H
ZONE
1
2
ZONE FOR
KEYSWITCH
ARMING
GARAGE
DOOR
Edge-sensitive
switch arming
Q or W
L
H
ZONE
6)
ZONE
ZONE
1
2
Q or W
Q or W
ZONE
ZONE
1
2
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*
7)
In this example, each touchpad
counts as two devices, because
the receiver recognizes each button mode as a separate device.
Controlling two garage door
openers, each using any touchpad
Q or W
Q or W
Q or W
8)
Controlling one garage door
using any touchpad, while
allowing limited access to a second garage door
Q
Q
L
ZONE
ZONE
ZONE
ZONE
1
2
1
2
GARAGE
DOOR
#1
GARAGE
DOOR
#2
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9)
Expanding zones, and edge-sensitive keyswitch arming
L
GARAGE
DOOR
#1
GARAGE
DOOR
#2
(ONLY ACCESSIBLE
USING SOME
TOUCHPADS)
(ACCESSIBLE
USING ALL
TOUCHPADS)
L
L
ZONE
ZONE
1
2
HARDWIRE
ZONE
ZONE FOR
KEYSWITCH
ARMING
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key-
ZONES FOR
KEYSWITCH ARMING
GARAGE
DOOR
#2
GARAGE
DOOR
#1
remote
Quik Bridge ® Two-Channel Receiver
Sensor andTouchpad Compatibility
The following current ITI Learn Mode™ wireless
devices are compatible with this receiver:
■ Two- and Four-Button Keychain Touchpads
■ PIR motion sensors
■ Smoke sensors
■ Panic sensors (60-578 only)
■ Door/window sensors (see note below)
Note:
Only the internal reed switches of a door/window sensor can be used. The receiver does not
support the use of door/window sensors with
external devices connected to the sensor terminal block.
Control Panel Compatibility
The receiver will work with any conventional hardwired control panel. To operate efficiently, however,
some specific features on some panels may requir
unique receiver programming. The following procedures will enable you to adapt the receiver to several
common control panels. If you have a question or concern about a panel or feature not described here, please
call our help line for additional instructions.
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Overview of Receiver Operation
LED Indicator
The receiver has one LED. Table 1 lists the possible
states of the LED and what they mean.
PROGRAMMING
BUTTON
LED INDICATOR
Table 1. What the states of the LED mean
Power LED
Means
On and flickering
irregularly
Receiver has power and is functioning normally.
Off
Receiver has no power.
Flashing regularly
Receiver is ready to learn a wireless device.
Tools and Acces sories Needed
ZONE 2 N/O
ZONE 2 COMMON
ZONE 2 N/C
ZONE 1 N/O
ZONE 1 COMMON
ZONE 1 N/C
+11–15 VDC
GROUND
TERMINAL STRIP
Included with Receiver
■
■
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Figure 1. Parts of the Receiver
Programming Button
Use the programming button (see Figu re1) when
doing the following procedures:
■ Deleting All Wireless Devices (see pa ge8)
■ Adding Wireless Devices (see pa ge8)
Zone Outputs
The receiver has eight terminals. Terminals 1 and 2 are
for power, 3–5 are for wiring zone 1, and 6–8 are for
wiring zone 2. Each zone can be configured to be normally closed (N/C) or normally open (N/O) (see
“Connecting the Receiver to a Control Panel” on
page 10).
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Four 1½'' screws
Wall anchors
Not Included with Receiver
■
■
■
■
■
Drill with assorted bits
EOL resistors (usually supplied with the panel)
Phillips screwdriver
Voltmeter
Wire stripper
Quik Bridge ® Two-Channel Receiver
Installation Guidelines
Installation
Observe the following guidelines when installing the
receiver:
■ Leave ten inches above the receiver for the
antenna.
■ Avoid areas that are likely to expose the receiver
to moisture.
■ Avoid areas with excessive metal or electrical wiring, including furnace and utility rooms.
■ Avoid mounting the recevier on a metal surface.
When mounting on metal is unavoidable, mount
the receiver so that the antenna extends above the
metal surface (see Figur e2).
This section explains how to install the Quik Bridge
Two-Channel Receiver.
METAL
METAL
Mounting the Receiver
You can mount the receiver on a sheetrock wall, but
you may need to use additional mounting hardware.
CAUTION: You must be free of static electricity
before handling circuit boards.
Touch a bare metal surface or use a
grounding strap to discharge yourself.
To mount the receiver on a wall:
1)
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Figure 2.
Choose a location for the receiver.
Note:
When mounting on metal is unavoidable
2)
The Quik Bridge Two-Channel Receiver is a
super regenerative receiver. To ensure consistent operation of the receiver, mount it at least
three feet away from other super regenerative
receivers (such as the receiver in most garage
door openers).
Remove the cover by pressing down on the center
of the top edge of the cover (see Figur e3).
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Figure 3.
3)
Removing the cover
Hold the receiver against the wall at the desired
height and location, leaving at least ten inches
above the base for the antenna. While holding the
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receiver against the wall, mark the location of the
top-left and lower-right mounting holes.
Powering the Receiver
SCREW MOUNTING HOLES
CAUTION: You must be free of all static electricity when handling sensors. Touch
a grounded metal object before handling the circuit board.
You must connect the receiver to the 11 –15 VDC
power outputs on the panel, or to a separate power
supply (such as 12-volt DC adapter). To find the DC
power terminals on the panel, see the panel installation instructions.
To power the receiver:
1)
2)
Shut off or remove power from the panel.
Using Figur e5 as a guide, connect the receiver to
the panel or other equivalent power supply.
RECEIVER POWER TERMINALS
5)
6)
Remove the base from the wall and install the
appropriate mounting hardware at the two locations you just marked.
Secure the receiver to the wall using two 1½'' Phillips screws (included).
Secure the antenna to the wall using tape or staples.
GROUND
4)
+11–15 VDC
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1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
PANEL AUXILIARY
POWER TERMINALS
OR 11–15 VDC
POWER SUPPLY
+11–15 VDC
GROUND
Figure 4. Connecting power to the receiver
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Zone Planning
This section explains the capabilities, limitations, and
suggested uses of the Quik Bridge Two-Channel
Receiver.
Possible Combinations of Wireless
Devices
Table 2. Each row shows a possible combination of
wireless devices that you can program into the receiver.
Zone 1
Zone 2
sensors
sensors
sensors
Table 2 shows the combinations of wireless devices
that you can program into the receiver. See Table 3 to
find out what the Keychain Touchpad buttons do. The
receiver can learn a combination of sensors and Keychain Touchpads, but a zone can’t be controlled by
both a sensor and a Keychain Touchpad. Also, the
receiver recognizes each button mode as a separate
device.
What the Wireless Devices Can Do
sensors
Table 3 explains all the ways to control the system
using a Two- or Four-Button Keychain Touchpad, and
it lists s ome suggested uses. Table 4 explains how
some common ITI wireless sensors work with the
receiver. Use the information from Table 3, Table 4,
Table 5, and the panel installation instructions to plan
the installation of the wireless devices.
Choosing Momentary or Maintained
Switching
Some Keychain Touchpad buttons are used for
momentary switching of the zone output when used
with the receiver. Other buttons are used for maintained switching. Below is a brief explanation of both
types of switching.
■ Momentary switching is used for controlling most
garage door openers. A button that performs
momentary switching acts as a push button
switch. Pressing the button activates the relay for
either 0.5 or 3 seconds, depending upon which
button mode is used.
■ Maintained switching is normally used for arming
and disarming the panel or controlling lights with
X-10 Lamp Modules. When using buttons that
perform maintained switching, the first button
acts as an “ON switch,” and the second button
acts as an “OFF switch.” Pressing the first button
activates the zone’s relay (arms the panel/turns
lights on), and pressing the second button deactivates the relay (disarms the panel/turns lights
off).
* The receiver can learn a total of four
devices.
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Planning the installation
Before you begin programming, it’s a good idea to
write down how you plan to use the wireless devices
with each zone. Use Table 5 as a worksheet.
Table 5. Zone assignments for wireless devices
Receiver
Zone
1
2
Panel
Zone
Devices/button modes
Functions
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Programming
The memory is cleared, and you can begin adding
wireless devices.
This section explains how to add and delete wireless
devices from the memory of the Quik Bridge TwoChannel Receiver.
Adding Wireless Devices
Deleting All Wireless Devices
Delete all wireless devices from the memory of the
receiver before you begin adding any new ones. This
clears the memory of the receiver and prepares the
receiver for new wireless devices.
Note:
See Table s 3 and 4 on page 7 for information on compatible ITI wireless devices. If you plan to use an
encrypted Keychain Touchpad, see “Transmitting
Encryption Codes” before adding this device to the
receiver memory.
To add a wireless device to zone 1:
1)
It is not possible to delete devices one at a
time, or to clear only one zone.
2)
To delete all wireless devices from the receiver:
1)
2)
Press and hold the programming button. In about
three seconds, y ou will hear and feel a “doubleclick” from the receiver. Continue holding the programming button, and you will hear a second
double-click from the receiver (3 seconds). Continue holding the programming button until you
hear two more consecutive double-clicks from the
receiver (3 seconds).
Release the programming button.
3)
4)
Press and hold the programming button until you
hear and feel a “double-click” from the receiver
(about 3 seconds), then release the programming
button.
Wait three seconds. The LED will begin flashing,
indicating the receiver is ready to learn a new
wireless device.
Trip the device while holding it at arms length
from the receiver:
For sensors with tamper switches, activate the
tamper switch by removing the cover
For sensors without tamper switches, put the sensor
in alarm.
For Keychain Touchpads, press the desired pair of
buttons (see Tabl e3).
After about three seconds, the receiver will double-click from one to four times. The number of
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5)
6)
double-clicks indicates the number of wireless
devices now added to the receiver.
To add another wireless device into zone 1, go
back to step 1 .
If necessary, complete the installation of the
device by adding it to the control panel (see the
panel installation instructions).
click from the receiver, which indicates that the
receiver has successfully “learned” the key code.
Using X-10 Devices to Control
Light
To add a wireless device to zone 2:
1)
2)
3)
4)
Setting up Light Control
To set up light control:
1)
2)
3)
4)
5)
Program button mode A (for zon e1) or D(for
zone 2) into the receiver (seeTabl e3 for details).
Set the UNIT CODE and HOUSE CODE dials on
the Powerflash Interface Module to match those
on the Lamp Module(s).
Set the Powerflash Interface Module INPUT
switch to B and the MODE switch to 3.
Using Figure 6 as a guide, connect the Powerflash
Interface Module to the appropriate receiver zone
output.
Plug in the Powerflash Interface Module and all
Lamp Modules.
2
3
4
RECEIVER ZONE
OUTPUT TERMINALS
ZONE 1 N/O
ZONE 1 COMMON
1
+11–15 VDC
GROUND
6)
By using an X-10 Powerflash Interface Module (13058) and X-10 Lamp Modules (13-204), you can use the
Lock and Unlock buttons on a Two- or Four-Button
Keychain Touchpad to turn lights on and of .
ZONE 1 N/C
5)
Press and hold the programming button. In about
three seconds you will hear and feel a “doubleclick” from the receiver. Continue holding the
programming button until you hear a second
double-click from the receiver (3 s econds), then
release the programming button.
Wait three seconds. The LED will begin flashing,
indicating the receiver is ready to learn a new
wireless device.
Trip the device while holding it at arms length
from the receiver:
For sensors with tamper switches, activate the
tamper switch by removing the cover
For sensors without tamper switches, put the sensor
in alarm.
For Keychain Touchpads, press the desired pair of
buttons (see Tabl e3).
After about three seconds, the receiver will double-click from one to four times. The number of
double-clicks indicates the number of wireless
devices now added to the receiver.
To add another wireless device into zon e2, go
back to step 1 .
If necessary, complete the installation of the
device by adding it to the control panel (see the
panel installation instructions).
ZONE 2
Transmitting Key Codes
5
6
7
8
Before you can add an encrypted touchpad to a
receiver zone, you must use the following procedure
to transmit the enrypted key code for that touchpad
into the receiver memory.
1)
2)
3)
4)
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Use steps 1-3 of the “Adding Wireless Devices”
procedure to prepare the receiver
Press and release the unlock button twice, then
press and hold. The touchpad LED will begin a
slow, steady series of flashes. Continue holding
until the touchpad LED flashes three times, then
release.
Press and release the unlock button once, then
press and hold until the touchpad LED flashes
twice, then release.
Press and hold the unlock button until the touchpad LED flashes once. You will hear a double
POWERFLASH
INTERFACE
MODULE
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Figure 5. Wiring a receiver zone output to the
Powerflash Interface Module
Quik Bridge ® Two-Channel Receiver
Setting up Garage Door Opener
Control
ZONE 1 COMMON
ZONE 1 N/O
1
+11–15 VDC
GROUND
The Quik Bridge Two-Channel Receiver is a
super regenerative receiver. To ensure consistent operation of the receiver, mount it at least
three feet away from other super regenerative
receivers (such as the receiver in most garage
door openers).
ZONE 1 N/C
Note:
RECEIVER ZONE
OUTPUT TERMINALS
2
3
4
5
ZONE 2
6
7
8
To set up garage door opener control:
1)
2)
Program button mode H (for zon e1) o rL (for
zone 2) into the desired zone of the receiver (see
Table 3).
Using Figure 7 as a guide, connect the garage door
opener wires to the appropriate receiver zone output.
7
RETURN
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Figure 7.
ZONE #
4
ZONE 2
+11–15 VDC
3
GROUND
ZONE 1 COMMON
2
RECEIVER ZONE
OUTPUT TERMINALS
ZONE 1 N/O
+11–15 VDC
ZONE 1 N/C
GROUND
1
PANEL
ZONE INPUTS
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Wiring a receiver zone to be N/C
RECEIVER ZONE
OUTPUT TERMINALS
8
ZONE 1 N/C
2
3 4
ZONE 1 N/O
+11–15 VDC
ZONE 1 COMMON
GROUND
1
ZONE 2
GARAGE
DOOR OPENER
TERMINALS
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5
6
7
8
Figure 6. Wiring a receiver zone output to the
terminals of a garage door opener
Connecting the Receiver to a Control Panel
RETURN
ZONE #
Figure 8.
+11–15 VDC
GROUND
Using Figures 7 and 8 as guides, connect the receiver
zone output terminals to the panel zone input terminals. Each zone may be configured to be N/C (Normally Closed) or N/O (Normally Open).
PANEL
ZONE INPUTS
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Wiring a receiver zone to be N/O
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Testing
Specifications
This section explains how to test the operation of the
wireless devices that you programmed into the Quik
Bridge Two-Channel Receiver.
Dimensions: 2.5 × 2.6 × 0.9'' (64 × 66 × 23 cm)
General procedure for testing the Quik Bridge TwoChannel Receiver:
Maximum current draw (both relays on): 70 m A
Operating temperature range: 40 to 120°F (4 to 49°C)
Power requirements: 11 to 15 VDC
Receiver frequency: 319.5MHz
CAUTION: To avoid sending false alarms to the
police or fire department when testing monitored systems, always call
and notify the central station before
activating alarms.
1)
2)
3)
4)
5)
6)
7)
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For monitored systems, call the central station or
other monitoring service to let them know you
will be testing the system.
From the panel, exit programming mode.
Arm the panel.
Trip a wireless sensor or other device that you
added to the receiver.
Restore the sensor to a non-alarm state, and disarm the system. Repeat steps 4 and 5 for each
wireless device.
Test each button mode on each Keychain Touchpad you added to the receiver.
If necessary, call the central station and let them
know you finished testing the system.
Receiver range: 250 feet (76 meters) minimum in open
air
Receiver type: Super regenerative
Relay contact rating:
Current: 7A maximum
Voltage: 250VAC maximum
Contact: Dry contact Form C
Weight: 2.5 oz., including antenna
Notices
This device complies with FCC Rules Part 15. Operation is subject to the following two
conditions:
1) This may not cause harmful interference.
2) This device must accept any interference that may be received, including interference
that may cause undesired operation.
Changes or modifications not expressly approved by Interactive Technologies, Inc. can
void the user’s authority to operate the equipment.
6 5 1 / 7 7 7 - 2 6 9 0
6 5 1 / 7 7 9 - 4 8 9 0
ITI is a registered trademark of Interactive Technologies, Inc. Quik Bridge is a trademark
of Interactive Technologies, Inc.
Quik Bridge ® Two-Channel Receiver
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