29703K DS860 Series Installation Instructions.pmd

29703K DS860 Series Installation Instructions.pmd
(1) this device may not cause harmful interference, and
(2) this device must accept any interference received,
including interference that may cause undesirable
operation.
Changes or modifications not expressly approved by Bosch
Security Systems can void the user’s authority to operate the
equipment.
Installation Instructions
for the DS860 Series
TriTech Microwave/PIR Intrusion Detectors
1.0
Specifications
•
Dimensions (HxWxD): 5 in. x 2.8 in. x 2.2 in.
(12.7 cm x 7.1 cm x 5.6 cm)
•
Input Power:
9 to 15 VDC, 16 mA DC nominal
(up to 48 mA DC during walk testing or
trouble conditions). Useonly an
Approved Limited Power Source.
•
Standby Power:
No internal standby battery.
Standby power must be provided by
an Approved Limited Power Source.
Sixteen mAh required for each hour of
standby time needed. For UL Listed
Requirements, four hours (64 mAh)
minimum are required.
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•
•
•
Alarm Relay:
Temperature Range:
Silent operating Normally Closed
reed relay. Contacts rated 3 watts,
125 mA, 28 VDC maximum for DC
resistive loads; and protected by a
4.7 ohm, 0.5 watt resistor in the
common "C" leg of the relay. To be
connected to a SELV (Safety Extra-Low
Voltage) circuit only. Do not use with
capacitive or inductive loads.
The DS860 is not recommended for installations
containing pets or small animals. Use the DS820 or
DS835 for such installations.
•
Never install the detector in an environment that causes an
alarm condition in one technology. Good installations start with
the LED OFF when there is no target motion. It should never be
left to operate with the tri-color LED in a constant or intermittent
green, yellow, or red condition.
•
Point the unit away from outside traffic (roads/alleys).
NOTE:
•
Microwave energy will pass through glass and most
common non-metallic construction walls.
Avoid installations where rotating machines (e.g. ceiling fans)
are normally in operation within the coverage pattern. Point the
unit away from glass exposed to the outdoors and objects that
may change temperature rapidly.
NOTE:
•
The PIR detector will react to objects rapidly changing
temperature within its field-of-view.
Eliminate interference from nearby outside sources.
•
Select a location likely to intercept an intruder moving across
the coverage pattern. The surface should be solid and
vibration-free. Mounting height range is 6 to 8 ft. (1.8 to
2.4 m). Recommended mounting height is 7.5 ft. (2.3 m).
DS860:
10.525 GHz (UL Listed)
•
DS860A:
10.687 GHz (Export only, not UL
Listed)
Remove the cover. Insert a flathead screwdriver into the locking
tab hole at the bottom front of the detector. Pull the cover up
and forward.
DS860B:
9.9 GHz (Export only, not UL Listed))
Microwave Frequency:
Coverage:
Broad (standard):
60 ft. by 60 ft. (18 m by 18 m)
Long Range (optional): 100 ft. by 10 ft. (30 m by 3 m)
+2° to –10° Vertical, ±10° Horizontal.
•
Tamper:
Normally Closed (with cover on).
Contacts rated at 28 VDC, 125 mA
max. To be connected to a SELV
(Safety Extra-Low Voltage) circuit
only. Connect tamper circuit to 24-hour
protection circuit.
Options:
NOTE:
•
NOTE:
3.0
Internal Pointability:
•
Installation Considerations
-40°F to +120°F (-40°C to +49°C).
For UL Listed Requirements, the
temperature range is +32°F to +120°F
(0°C to +49°C).
•
•
2.0
Wire
Entrances
Corner Mount
Knockout (4)
Bracket Mount
Knockout
U.S. Patent Numbers: Protected under one or more of the
following U.S. Patent Numbers: #4,660,024, #4,764,755,
#5,077,548, #5,208,567, #5,262,783, and #5,450,062. Other
patents pending.
Compliance: This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC
Rules and with RSS-210 of Industry and Science Canada.
Operation is subject to the following two conditions:
Terminal
Strip
PIR
Sensitivity
Selection Pins
Tri-color
LED
Vertical Adjust
Screw Mount
Surface Mount
Knockout (2)
B328 Gimbal Mount Bracket, B335
Low Profile Swivel Mount Bracket,
B338 Ceiling Mount Bracket, OLR92
Long Range Barrier Lens
Use of a bracket may reduce range and increase dead
zone areas.
Mounting
LED
On/Off
Pins
On
Look Down Lens
Off
0°
- 4°
- 8°
MIN
Wire
Entrances
Cover Tab and
Locking Screw Hole
Vertical Adjust
Scale
Face of Lens
(masking area)
MAX
MW
Vertical
Adjust
Screw
Microwave
Range Adjust
•
Remove the circuit board from the base. Loosen the Vertical
Adjust Screw and slide the circuit board down, then out.
•
Break away the appropriate thin-wall wire entrance and
mounting hole coverings in the base.
•
Using the base as a template and aligning it so that the
detector will be mounted with the terminal block at the top and
the PIR lens at the bottom, mark the location of the mounting
holes on the mounting surface. Pre-start the mounting screws.
•
Route wiring as necessary. Route to the rear of the base and
through the wire entrance. Make sure all wiring is unpowered
before routing.
•
Securely attach the base to the mounting surface.
•
Return the circuit board to the base and tighten the Vertical
Adjust Screw.
4.0
Only apply power after all connections have been
made and inspected. Do not coil excess wiring
inside detector.
NOTE:
Input power must use only an Approved Limited Power
Source. Alarm and Tamper Contacts to be connected to a
SELV (Safety Extra-Low Voltage) circuit only.
Alarm
1
–
2
+
9-15 VDC
Input
3
4
6
NC C SP T
Alarm
Relay
7
8
T SP
Tamper
Terminals 1 (–) & 2 (+): Voltage limits are 9 to 15 VDC. Use no
smaller than #22 AWG (0.8 mm) wire pair between the detector
and the power source.
•
Terminals 3 & 4: Alarm relay (reed) contacts rated 3 watts,
125 mA, 28 VDC maximum for DC resistive loads and
protected by a 4.7 ohm, 0.5 watt resistor.
NOTE:
INT
STD
•
Standard Sensitivity: The recommended setting for maximum
false alarm immunity. Tolerates environmental extremes on
this setting.
•
Intermediate Sensitivity: The recommended setting for any
location where an intruder is expected to cover only a small
portion of the protected area. Tolerates normal environments
on this setting. This setting will improve your intruder catch
performance.
7.0
Set-up and Walk Tests
Select the vertical starting angle from this chart:
Tamper
5
PIR Sensitivity Selection Pins
For selection, place the plug across the pins
marked STD for Standard or INT for
Intermediate mode.
Wiring
CAUTION
•
6.2
To adjust the
vertical starting
angle for the
desired
mounting height
and range,
loosen the
vertical adjust
screw and slide
the board up, to
point the angle down.
•
Broad
Long Range
60 ft.
(18 m)
100 ft.
(30 m)
6.5 ft. (2 m)
-4°
-2°
7.5 ft. (2.3 m)
-5°
-3°
8.0 ft. (2.4 m)
-6°
-3°
Mounting
Height
Note the settings on the vertical adjust scale.
Place the LED plug in the ON position and replace the cover.
7.1
Do not use with capacitive or inductive loads.
DS860
Establishing PIR Pattern Coverage
•
Terminals 5 and 8: Spare.
•
Turn the Microwave range adjust to minimum.
•
Terminals 6 & 7: Tamper contacts rated at 28 VDC, 125 mA.
•
Replace the cover and snap it into place. This will close the
tamper switch.
•
Wait two minutes minimum after applying power to start walk
tests.
NOTE:
5.0
Plug the wire entrance hole with the foam plug provided
after all wiring connections have been made.
LED Operation
The detector uses a tri-color LED to indicate the various alarm and
supervision trouble conditions that may exist. See chart below.
LED
Cause
Steady red
Unit alarm
Steady yellow
Microwave activation
(walk test)
Steady green
PIR activation (walk test)
Flashing red
Warm-up period
after power-up
Flashing red (4 pulse sequence)
Replace Unit
If the detector experiences a Microwave or PIR
self-test failure, it is in need of replacement.
NOTE:
Feature Selection
6.1
LED On/Off Pins
Walk test across the pattern at its farthest edge, then several
times closer to the detector. Start walking from outside of the
intended protection area, and observe the tri-color LED. The
edge of the pattern is determined by the first green, PIR
activation of the LED (or the first red activation if the yellow
microwave LED activates first).
•
Walk test from the opposite direction to determine both
boundaries. The center of the pattern should be pointed
toward the center of the intended protection area.
•
On
During the warm-up period, the tri-color LED will flash red
until the unit has stabilized (approximately 1 to 2 minutes)
and has seen no movement for two seconds. When the
tri-color LED stops flashing, the detector is ready to be
tested. With no motion in the protection area, the tri-color
LED should be OFF. If the LED is on, re-check the
protection area for disturbances affecting the microwave
or PIR technologies.
•
NOTE:
During walk testing, the LED will light for the first
technology (microwave or PIR) and then light red to
indicate a detector alarm. The LED will not indicate
activation of the second technology by lighting its color.
6.0
NOTE:
The pattern may be moved ±10° horizontally by rotating the
lens window left or right.
Slowly bring your arm up and into the pattern to mark the lower
boundary on PIR alarm. Perform this task at 10 to 20 ft. (3 to 6
m) from the unit. Repeat from above for the upper boundary.
The center of the pattern should not be tilted upward.
Off
The ON position allows operation of the tri-color LED. If LED
indication is not desired after setup and walk tests are completed,
place in the OFF position. The OFF position does not prevent the
LED from indicating supervision trouble conditions.
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DS860 Series Installation Instructions
NOTE: If desired coverage cannot be achieved, try angling the
coverage pattern up or down to assure the pattern is not
aimed too high or low. The angle of the PIR pattern may be
vertically positioned between -10° and +2° by loosening
the Vertical Adjust screw and sliding the circuit board up or
down. Moving the board up will angle the pattern
downward.
9.0
•
The DS860 has a standard broad coverage pattern or an optional
long-range coverage pattern. The protected coverage area is where
the microwave and PIR patterns overlap.
Tighten the screw snug when positioning is completed.
7.2
Establishing Microwave Coverage
NOTE:
It is important to wait one minute after removing/replacing
the cover so the microwave portion of the detector can
settle, and to wait at least ten seconds between the
following walk testing procedures.
•
The tri-color LED should be OFF before walk testing.
•
Walk test across the pattern at the intended coverage’s
farthest end. Start walking from outside the intended
protection area and observe the tri-color LED. The edge of the
microwave pattern is determined by the first yellow, microwave
activation of the LED (or the first red activation if the green PIR
LED activates first).
•
If adequate range can not be reached, increase the Microwave
Range Adjust slightly. Continue walk testing (waiting one
minute after removing/replacing the cover) and adjusting the
range until the farthest edge of desired coverage has been
accurately placed.
NOTE:
•
7.3
Do not adjust the microwave range higher than required.
Doing so will enable the detector to catch movement
outside of the intended coverage pattern.
Walk test the unit from all directions to determine all the
Microwave pattern boundaries. Wait at least ten seconds
between walk tests.
Establishing Detector Coverage
The tri-color LED should be OFF before walk testing.
•
Walk test the unit from all directions to determine the detection
boundaries. A detector alarm is signaled by the first red
activation of the tri-color LED after an initial green or yellow
activation.
•
10.0 Coverage Patterns
An optional Look Down lens is located under the detector. This
lens must be unmasked before it is operational. Use caution to
remove the black mask only. Do not attempt to remove the white
lens assembly. The Look Down lens is not recommended for
installations containing pets or small animals. The Look Down
zone is shown in black on the Coverage Pattern drawings.
Standard Broad Coverage
0 Meters 3
6
9
12
15
18
30
9
B
A
TOP VIEW
20
N
10
Q
R
0 Feet
K
O
L
M
0 Feet
10
3
E
0Meters
3
G
6
H
I
30
D
F
P
10
6
C
J
9
20
30
40
50
60
6
9
12
15
18
SIDE VIEW
Supervision Features
10 ft.
7.5 ft.
The supervision features function as follows:
•
At least once a year, the range and coverage should be verified. To
ensure continual daily operation, the end user should be instructed
to walk through the far end of the coverage pattern. This ensures
an alarm output prior to arming the system.
20
•
8.0
Maintenance
PIR/Microwave: The complete circuit operation of these
subsystems is checked approximately every 24 hours. If the
PIR or MW subsystem fails, the tri-color LED will flash red 4
times per cycle and the unit should be replaced.
0 Meters 3
3 Meters
2.3 m
A-I
0 ft.
Look-Down 0 Feet
Q, R
10
N-P
20
J-M
30
40
50
-5°
60
Default: If the microwave subsystem fails, the detector will
default to PIR technology protection. The PIR signal sensitivity
will automatically change from INT to STD.
DS860 Series Installation Instructions
© 2004 Bosch Security Systems
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Long Range Barrier Coverage
TOP VIEW
Meters
3
0
6
9
12
15
18
21
24
27
30
1.5
0
5
D
0
A
B
C
1.5
5
10
0
Feet
20
30
40
6
9
12
50
60
70
80
90
100
21
24
27
30
SIDE VIEW
Meters
3
0
15
18
10
7.5
D
0
10
Look-Down 0
Feet
B
C
20
A
30
40
50
60
70
80
90
3 Meters
2.3
-3°
100
10.1 Pattern Masking
The PIR coverage pattern may be masked using masking tape or
electrical tape on the inside (grooved side) of the lens to cover the
appropriate pattern areas as shown in the following illustrations.
Always walk test for the desired coverage after masking.
A B CD E F G H I
N J Q K O L R M P
A
B
C
DS860 Standard Lens
Optional Long Range
Barrier Lens
D
NOTE:
Masking only eliminates the PIR portion of the coverage
and has no effect on the microwave pattern.
© 2004 Bosch Security Systems
130 Perinton Parkway, Fairport, New York, USA 14450-9199
Customer Service: (800) 289-0096; Technical Support: (888) 886-6189
02/04
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