1605 SK698 Instructions En Press.pdf 1 3/26/13 12:21 PM KIT INCLUDES: • 1 Smart Alert wireless receiver with alarm/ chime option WIRELESS SAFETY ALERT WITH MOTION SENSORS • 1 DC Adapter for the wireless receiver • 2 Wireless motion sensors, factory linked to the receiver • 2 field of detection shields for the wireless motion sensors • 2 9V batteries for the wireless motion sensors • 2 Wireless remote control units, factory linked to the receiver WITH REMOTES • 2 Coin cell batteries for the Wireless remote control units IMPORTANT TIPS INSTRUCTIONS www.idealinc.com SK698 e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org • Tel.: 800-361-2236 The receiver unit is not a siren; it is an ALERT, to inform or warn of some type of incident that a sensor has detected . The receiver has six zones, each zone has a unique sound, each associated with a different sensor or contact. The 2 motion sensors in this bundle will take up 2 of the zones. The 2 remotes will also take 2 of the zones for panic button functions. The included sensors and the remotes are factory linked to the receiver for ease of set up and use. The 2 remaining zones can be used for 2 other IDEAL SECURITY sensors or detectors such as SK621 or SK625 DOOR & WINDOW CONTACTS, or SK616 WATER DETECTOR or additional SK615 MOTION SENSORS. Additional sensors will have to be linked to the receiver before use. Please see USING THE “LEARN” FUNCTION or visit www.idealalert.ca for more information. 1. Do not install the receiver where it will be exposed to direct sunlight or rain ( for indoor use only) 2. The receiver sounds are very loud, never put the system close to your ear. 3. The system should be installed away from heat sources such as radiators, heating ducts and stoves. If the Receiver sounds randomly, it is possible that it is too close to a heat source. Changing the location or direction of the receiver or sensors may correct the problem. NOTE: This kit can provide additional protection for your home and property if utilized properly. However, its use cannot guarantee complete protection against burglary or robbery. Ideal Security cannot assume any responsibility for any loss or damages as a result of installing this kit. Operation With Included Motion Sensors WIRELESS RECEIVER Description of Components 1. Sound ON/OFF switch 2. DC jack port 3. Power ON/OFF switch 4. Sensor battery low indicator/trigger indication LED 5. “READY” indication LED 6. Receiver battery low indicator/trigger indication LED 7. Speaker 8. “Learn ID code” button (for LINKING to sensors) 9. Receiver battery cover 45 6 1 7 SOUND ON OFF POWER ON OFF 2 3 8 LEARN 9 Features • Up to 6 “IDEAL” wireless sensors can be linked to the receiver (including remote controls) • Receives signals from sensors and sounds alerts. • Six different alert tones, indicate which sensor was triggered The alert sounds are: 1. Bi-Bi 2. Di-Di-Di 3. Ding-Dong 4. Di Du 5. WuWu 6. DiDiDiDuDuDu • Wireless RF transmission distance between sensors and receiver of up to 50 meters (160 feet). • A/C adapter included. (3 C batteries, not included may be used as a power failure backup or to make unit portable) • Battery low LED indicators on receiver for both the receiver and linked sensors: When the receiver battery is low or no batteries are installed the right LED will flash once every 4 seconds. When the receiver detects a sensor battery is low the left LED will flash once every 3 seconds (The battery low indicator LED on the affected sensor will blink once every second) 1. The included Motion Sensors are factory linked to trigger alert sounds 1. (Bi-Bi) and 2. (Di-Di-Di) 2. Place the receiver within 50 meters (160 feet) of all sensors 3. Turn the power and sound switches to ON, the receiver will beep and the two outer LED lights will flash once indicating that the unit is in ready mode. The middle LED light will start to flash indicating unit is on and ready to receive signals. When a sensor is triggered it will send a wireless signal to the receiver. The two outer LED lights on the receiver will flash and you will hear an alert for 10 seconds. As long as motion is detected the outer lights will continue to flash and the alert will continue to sound with short pauses between alerts. When motion is no longer detected the receiver will return to ready mode. 4. Sound ON/OFF switch: In the ON position, when a sensor is triggered and the receiver is in the ON position the alert will sound and the two outer LED lights will flash. With the sound in the OFF position when a sensor is triggered no alert will sound, only the two outer LED lights will flash. 5. Using the receiver with a REMOTE CONTROL / PANIC BUTTON: With the POWER and SOUND switches in the ON position you may arm or disarm the receiver with a remote control. The panic button will work either in arm or disarm mode. When pressed It will cause the receiver to sound for one 10 second cycle. (see “REMOTE CONTROL” section for more detail) 6. To REMOVE a sensor If you want to unlink a sensor (remove it), all the learned sensor codes must be deleted from the receiver. To do this press and hold the LEARN button at the back of the receiver for 12 seconds.(Fig. 7 ) You will hear two long beeps confirming that all codes have been deleted. The receiver will not respond to signals from any sensors. You must now relink all the sensors to the receiver (see “USING THE “LEARN” FUNCTION for more details). Installation 1. Plug included DC adapter into the wall and to the DC jack on the receiver unit. Receiver must be within 50 meters (160 feet) of linked sensors 2. You can install 3 C batteries (not included) as a backup in case of power failure or to make the unit fully portable. Remove the screw from back of the receiver cover and slide open the battery cover door. (Fig.1) WIRELESS MOTION DETECTOR Description of Components 1. Mounting bracket 2. Motion sensor window 3. Battery low LED 4. Battery compartment Description of Components 1. Panic button 2. Disarm Button 3. Arm button 4. Battery compartment 2 3 1 4 Installation 1 2 3 4 Instructions 1. Remove the screws from the battery compartment cover. 2. Install 9V battery. 3. Replace the battery cover and screws. (Fig. 2) (Fig. 2) ATTENTION: DO NOT DRILL ANY HOLES BEFORE TESTING THE CONNECTION TO THE RECEIVER 4. Choose a suitable location, 1.5 - 2.0 meters (5 - 6 feet) above floor level. Test the sensor transmitting range before mounting it permanently. Make sure the receiver is ON, then wave your hand in front of the sensor lens, the receiver will sound for 10 seconds and the LED's will flash. If no signal is received a change of location is required. Test the sensor detection area: the alert will sound until you walk beyond the sensor detection area. Adjust the sensor direction, or the installation location to get the desired detection area. The Motion sensor range is up to 8 meters (26 feet) with up to 110° angle of detection. (FIG. 4) 5. Mount the motion sensor: Use the swivel wall mount bracket to mark the mounting location, drill holes and install anchors and attach the bracket with the provided screws. Slide the main unit onto the bracket until it clicks into place (fig 3). Adjust the bracket to obtain the best coverage of the intended protected area.(Fig 4) NOTE: The angle of detection can be reduced by using the detection shield supplied. (Fig 5) (Fig. 1) USING THE “LEARN” FUNCTION REMOTE CONTROL 1. Remove the battery compartment cover by lifting it in the direction of the arrow. 2. Install batteries. Make sure the polarity (+ or -) of the batteries match the polarity marks inside (Fig. 6) the unit. (Fig. 6) 3. Replace battery cover. 4. To use the remote control functions the power switch on the receiver unit must be in the ON position. 5. To arm the system press and hold the"ARM" (lock) button for 1 second, the receiver unit will sound a beep and the two outer LED’s will flash once to confirm it is now armed. The center LED will flash at 4 second intervals 6. To disarm the system press and hold the"DISARM" (unlock) button for 1 second. The receiver unit will sound 2 beeps and the the two outer LED’s will flash twice to confirm it is now disarmed. The center LED will stop flashing. When disarmed the receiver unit will not respond to sensor signals. 7. If you press and hold the “PANIC” (siren) button for 1 second the portable receiver unit will sound for 10 seconds with the alert sound associated to that remote. The panic button will work even if the the system is disarmed (the receiver must be ON & the SOUND switch must be ON). NOTE: The normal operating range of the remote control unit is up to 20 meters (65 feet). When the batteries in the remote control become weak the range will shorten. When this happens replace the batteries. USING THE DETECTION SHIELD (Fig. 3) USING THE “LEARN” FUNCTION N AR LE 1.5~2m (5’~6’) 110° 5~8m (16~26’) NOTE: (Fig. 4) (Fig. 5 ) Place black side of shield inwards towards the lens LEARN BUTTON (Fig. 7 ) LINK ADDITIONAL WIRELESS SENSORS OR REMOTE CONTROLS TO THE RECEIVER. You may link 2 additional Ideal sensors to the receiver using the “LEARN” function. A total of 6 sensors can be linked to this unit. Each additional sensor or remote must be linked to the receiver individually using the following steps: 1. Set the power switch to ON and the sound switch to ON, 2. Press and release the “LEARN” button (Fig. 7) on the back of the receiver you will hear one of the alert sounds listed below. Continuing to press and release the “LEARN” button will cycle through the sounds that are not linked to another sensor. 3. Press and hold the learn button again for a single confirming beep. You are now ready to send a signal from a sensor. 4. Trigger the sensor. If you hear a long beep then the sensor is successfully linked to the receiver. If you hear 4 short beeps linking was unsuccessful, please try (re-learn) again. Each additional sensor (up to 6) is linked the same way. Each time you link a sensor the sound associated with that sensor will become unavailable until all six alert sounds have been used. Listed below are the six different sounds in order. ALERT SOUNDS: 1. Bi-Bi 2. Di-Di-Di 3. Ding-Dong 4. Di Du 5. WuWu 6. DiDiDiDuDuDu NOTE: Alerts will sound for 10 seconds per cycle with the exception of the “Ding-Dong” alert which sounds only once per cycle. TIP: How to trigger sensors or remote controls that you are trying to link with a receiver: • Wireless motion detector SK615, by moving hand in front of sensor will trigger and send signal. (please see tip below) • Wireless door/window sensor SK621 & SK625, separating the magnetic contacts will trigger and send signal. • Wireless water alarm sensor SK616, put sensor in water will trigger and send signal. • Wireless temperature sensor SK627, pressing the test button will trigger and send signal. • Remote control SK629, pressing any key will trigger and send signal. TIP: if you have learned a motion detector to your receiver, cover the motion sensor before learning other items as the motion sensor will send a signal to the receiver every time you move.
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