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Table of contents
1
Introduction
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1.1
About documentation
5
1.2
Bosch Security Systems, Inc. product manufacturing dates
5
2
General installation
6
2.1
Installation workflow
6
2.2
Unpacking information
7
2.3
Wall tamper switch installation
7
2.4
Magnet cover installation
7
2.5
Complete installation
7
2.6
Maintenance
8
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3.1
Certifications and approvals
9
3.2
UL product requirements
10
3.3
B810 installation
13
3.3.1
B810 configuration
13
3.3.2
Base mounting installation
14
3.3.3
Wiring considerations
15
3.3.4
Programming wireless points in the control panel
15
3.3.5
Enroll point RF ID for wireless points (Auto-learn mode)
17
3.3.6
Walk test (for motion detectors)
18
3.3.7
Signal level and margin
18
3.3.8
Complete the installation
19
3.3.9
B810 system test
19
3.4
External LED states
20
3.4.1
LEDs
21
3.5
Specifications (B810)
22
3.5.1
Battery requirements
22
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RADION repeater
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4.1
Installation considerations
24
4.2
Wiring considerations
24
4.3
Specifications
25
4.4
LEDs
25
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RADION glassbreak
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5.1
Installation considerations
27
5.2
Testing
28
5.3
Low battery
29
5.4
Wall Tamper Tab
30
5.5
Maintenance
30
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RADION TriTech
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6.1
Mounting height and range adjustment
31
6.2
Sensitivity settings
32
6.3
Walk testing
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RADION PIR
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7.1
Walk testing
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RADION PIR C
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8.1
Walk testing
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RADION smoke
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9.1
Battery replacement
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9.2
Smoke test
39
9.3
Sensitivity test
39
9.4
Test/Silence button
40
9.5
LED
40
9.6
Clean the detector and replace the optical chamber
40
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RADION contact SM
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10.1
Installation considerations
42
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RADION contact RM
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11.1
Installation considerations
44
12
RADION specialty
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12.1
Applications for this product
47
12.2
Installation consideration
47
13
RADION universal transmitter
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13.1
Installation considerations
49
13.2
Reed switch settings
50
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RADION keyfob
51
14.1
RADION keyfob FB
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14.2
RADION keyfob TB
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RADION panic
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Appendices
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Introduction
This document contains the basic information that a trained installer needs to install the
RADION system. It supplements the documents listed inside the packaging (graphical
installation guides).
This reference guide contains:
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A description of the general installation procedure.
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Device-specific installation procedures.
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Specification information.
How to use this document
The information contained in this document is constructed in a manner that is systematic and
sequential for the installer on a “point of need” basis. The following represents a basic outline
of that information;
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Chapter 1 (this chapter) – introductory information and how to use this document.
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Chapter 2 – basic RADION system-wide general installation information and workflow
check list.
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Chapter 3 – RADION receiver-specific installation information.
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Remaining chapters – RADION device-specific installation information.
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Appendix – description of various icons and symbols used within the RADION
documentation.
Icons and symbols
When you see the following logo in the RADION graphical installation guides listed in Table
3.1, refer to the appropriate section in this document.
Additional icons and symbols, which appear in the RADION graphical installation guides, are
explained in the appendix section of this guide. Refer to the Appendices, page 56 for more
information.
1.1
About documentation
Copyright
This document is the intellectual property of Bosch Security Systems, Inc. and is protected by
copyright. All rights reserved.
Trademarks
All hardware and software product names used in this document are likely to be registered
trademarks and must be treated accordingly.
1.2
Bosch Security Systems, Inc. product manufacturing dates
Use the serial number located on the product label and refer to the Bosch Security Systems,
Inc. website at http://www.boschsecurity.com/datecodes/.
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Phases of installation
The installation of the RADION system is achieved by following the sequential process as
defined in this chapter. Overall, there are four main phases;
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Planning
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Physical installation of the devices
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System enrollment/configuration
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System testing (walk test, pattern test)
It is essential that these steps or phases are adhered to in the order mentioned above for
proper functionality and operation.
When installing a RADION system, you must plan your installation based on the control panel
and RADION device specifications, and the radio-frequency signal strength (RFSS) between
devices, receivers, and control panels.
Installation considerations
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RADION devices are intended only for indoor, dry applications.
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Mount RADION devices on flat, rigid surfaces. Some devices can be optionally corner
mounted as indicated in the installation instructions.
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Avoid mounting RADION devices in areas with large, metallic objects, electrical panels, or
electric motors. They might reduce the radio-frequency (RF) range of a RADION device.
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Avoid installing the devices where excessive humidity, moisture, or temperatures outside
of the acceptable operating range exist.
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Wire all objects according to their specifications.
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RADION devices use batteries of varying types. When installing batteries, observe safety
and polarity recommendations as indicated in the documentation for those products.
2.1
Installation workflow
To install, configure, and test the system, use the workflow below and follow in sequential
order, from top to bottom, checking each box as you complete a step.
Notice!
Always power down the control panel when connecting modules, or other wiring. Power
down the control panel by unplugging the transformer and disconnecting the battery
Plan the installation of the RADION system
Install the RADION components (refer to the graphical installation guides and this system
reference guide for details)
Program wireless points in the control panel
Enroll point RF ID for wireless points
Verify LED responses on devices
Perform a local walk test for installed detectors
Review signal strength and margin of each point
Complete the installation
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Unpacking information
When unpacking the receiver, repeater, or bill trap device, it is important to remove the
cardboard insert as illustrated below;
Figure 2.1: Insert for the receiver and repeater
Figure 2.2: Insert for the bill trap
2.3
Wall tamper switch installation
RADION transmitter devices contain a feature that activates the wall tamper switch located on
the base of the device. In order to properly install the device, you must consider the following:
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To properly install a device with active wall tamper functionality, insert a screw in the
designated screw slot location.
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Failure to insert a screw into the wall tamper slot prevents the wall tamper feature from
generating a tamper signal when the transmitter is pulled away from a wall.
2.4
Magnet cover installation
During the installation of the plastic magnet cover, the cover is not designed to be separated
from the base after the base and cover are snapped together. Damage to the plastics may
occur if separated.
2.5
Complete installation
Testing the entire RADION system can only be achieved by performing an area wide test
through the control panel and corresponding keypad(s). This is achieved by performing an
overall service walk test. Refer to your control panel documentation for system-walk, or other
system-wide testing procedures.
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To ensure proper operation of the RADION devices, test the basic functionality of the device
locally. Depending on the RADION device to be tested, perform the following procedures for
functionality:
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When testing the receiver, power up the compatible control panel in which the receiver is
connected to and observe the LED behavior on the receiver.
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Local walk testing can be performed on the motion detectors as defined in the tritech
and PIR chapters of this guide.
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Magnet testing can be performed by opening or closing the door/window in which the
magnet is installed on.
2.6
Maintenance
It is recommended to check the battery of each device annually. This will ensure proper
operation and functionality of the devices.
Battery Life Extension feature (PIR and TriTech)
In the normal operating mode, an alarm can be transmitted only after three (3) minutes have
passed since the previous alarm restoral. This 3 minute lockout time reduces unnecessary RF
transmissions in high traffic areas, thereby extending battery life.
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The B810 is a wireless receiver that connects RADION wireless peripherals to supported
Bosch control panels via the SDI2 bus connection. A compatible control panel powers the
receiver through the wiring connection. Features include:
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Easy addressing via a rotary switch
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Cover and wall tamper protection
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RFID and configuration data are contained in persistent memory
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External LED
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Detection and reporting radio frequency interference
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Supports supervision of wireless points (504), keyfobs (1000), and repeaters (8)
Use this reference guide along with the control panel’s documentation and each device’s
installation instructions to complete the installation process.
3.1
Certifications and approvals
Listings and approvals
UL
The B810 is UL listed for Commercial/Residential Burglar Alarm Systems, and Household Fire
Warning System Units.
Products evaluated by UL
The following products have been evaluated by UL:
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B810 wireless receiver
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RFRP-A repeater
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RFBT-A specialty (billtrap)
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RFDW-SM-A standard door/window contact
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RFDW-RM-A recessed door/window contact
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RFDL-11-A motion detector
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RFPR-12-A PIR motion detector
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RFPR-C12-A PIR motion detector (curtain)
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RFUN-A universal transmitter
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RFSM-A smoke detector
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RFKF-TB-A keyfob
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RFKF-FB-A keyfob
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RFPB—TB-A panic
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RFPB-SB-A panic
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RFKF-FBS-A keyfob
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RFKF-TBS-A keyfob
Products not evaluated by UL
The following products have not been evaluated by UL:
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RFGB-A glassbreak
UL battery requirements
UL recommends to check the battery of each device annually. This will ensure proper
operation and functionality of the devices.
For the RFBT-A bill trap, UL requires the battery to be replaced annually to ensure optimal
performance.
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Battery testing
To ensure proper functionality of each RADION device, it is recommended to test your
batteries annually via your supported control panels wireless diagnostics routine. For specific
information related to system diagnostics and battery testing, refer to your supported control
panel documentation.
Federal Communications Commission (FCC) Rules
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, and (2) this device must
accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation.
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital
device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable
protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates,
uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with
the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is
no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does
cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by
turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by
one or more of the following:
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Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
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Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
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Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the
receiver is connected.
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Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
INDUSTRY CANADA (IC) Rules
This device complies with Industry Canada licence-exempt RSS standard(s). Operation is
subject to the following two conditions: (1) this device may not cause interference, and (2)
this device must accept any interference, including interference that may cause undesired
operation of the device.
Le présent appareil est conforme aux CNR d'Industrie Canada applicables aux appareils radio
exempts de licence. L'exploitation est autorisée aux deux conditions suivantes : (1) l'appareil
ne doit pas produire de brouillage, et (2) l'utilisateur de l'appareil doit accepter tout brouillage
radioélectrique subi, même si le brouillage est susceptible d'en compromettre le
fonctionnement.
Under Industry Canada regulations, this radio transmitter may only operate using an antenna
of a type and maximum (or lesser) gain approved for the transmitter by Industry Canada.
To reduce potential radio interference to other users, the antenna type and its gain should be
so chosen that the equivalent isotropically radiated power (e.i.r.p.) is not more than that
necessary for successful communication.
Conformément à la réglementation d'Industrie Canada, le présent émetteur radio peut
fonctionner avec une antenne d'un type et d'un gain maximal (ou inférieur) approuvé pour
l'émetteur par Industrie Canada.
Dans le but de réduire les risques de brouillage radioélectrique à l'intention des autres
utilisateurs, il faut choisir le type d'antenne et son gain de sorte que la puissance isotrope
rayonnée équivalente (p.i.r.e.) ne dépasse pas l'intensité nécessaire à l'établissement d'une
communication satisfaisante.
3.2
UL product requirements
For product-specific UL requirements, refer to desired product title below for more
information.
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RADION Repeater
When selecting a suitable 16.5VAC Class 2 plug in transformer, the following transformers are
suggested:
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MG Electronics (MGT-1640)
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Codex SEP-1640
The transformers mentioned above are Primary Rated 120VAC, 60 Hz, 0.48 Amps, Secondary
16.5VAC, 40VA.
When selecting a suitable 18VAC Class 2 plug-in transformer, the following transformers are
suggested:
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TDC Part No DA-22-18, Primary Rated 120VAC, 60 Hz, 30VA, Secondary Rated 18VAC, 1.3
Amps, 22VA.
Notice!
For UL installations when transformer is used, restraining tab is to be connected.
Notice!
For UL installations when a repeater is installed, a minimum of two repeaters must be
installed for proper signal routing.
Information related to the internal standby battery is as follows:
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Power/voltage (Standby Battery): Rated 3.7 VDC, 3050mAH, EVE ENERGY CO Part No
P0046-LF (Not user replaceable)
Notice!
For standby battery to be operative, the tamper switch is required to be engaged.
Standby battery is capable of providing 72 hours of standby power to the RF repeater for a UL
Burglar Alarm Installation (Bank Safe and Vault).
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24 Hours for Household Fire Warning Systems
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8 Hours for HOLD UP Burglar Alarms
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4 Hours for Burglar Alarm Mercantile Installations
RADION glassbreak
Notice!
The RFGB-A has not been investigated by UL, and not part of a UL Listed system.
RADION TriTech
Notice!
Pet Immunity has not been evaluated by UL.
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Notice!
Draft and Insect Immunity has not been evaluated by UL.
RADION smoke
For UL installations THIS UNIT INCLUDES AN ALARM VERIFICATION FEATURE THAT WILL
RESULT IN A DELAY OF THE SYSTEM ALARM SIGNAL FROM THE INDICATED CIRCUITS. THE
TOTAL DELAY (CONTROL UNIT PLUS SMOKE DETECTORS) SHALL NOT EXCEED 60
SECONDS. NO OTHER SMOKE DETECTOR SHALL BE CONNECTED TO THESE CIRCUITS
UNLESS APPROVED BY THE LOCAL AUTHORITY HAVING JURISDICTION.
RADION contact SM
During the installation of the device, UL installations primary securement means shall be
screws.
RADION contact RM
During the installation of the device, UL installations primary securement means shall be
screws.
RADION specialty
When programming the bill trap, special programming for a hold up device is required.
Program the point as follows:
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P## Type = 2 (Point is constantly armed regardless of the status of the system).
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ᅳP## Invisible Point = Yes (Keypads do not display alarm activity from this point).
For UL installations, the RFBT-A shall be permanently mounted using the 3M VHB 4956 double
sided adhesive tape. The suitable surfaces are:
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Aluminum
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Galvanized steel
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Stainless steel
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Enameled steel
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Nickel Coated ABS
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Glass (with or without Silane Coating
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PVC
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Glass/Epoxy
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PBT
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Polycarbonate
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Acrylic/Polyurethane paint
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Polyester paint
RADION universal transmitter
During the installation of the device, the following items are required by UL:
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For UL installations, an UL Listed burglar alarm dry contact device shall be connected if
the external terminal is used.
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When external contact is configured for UL hold up installations, a hold up device such as
potter electric model HUB is to be connected to the external contact. For programming,
refer to the appropriate control panel manual “Special programming required for a hold
up device.” Point shall be programmed as stated below:
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P## Type = 1 Instant on open or short (Point is constantly armed regardless of the
status of the system).
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ᅳP## Invisible Point/Silent Bell = Yes (Keypads do not display alarm activity from this
point).
Furthermore for UL hold up installations the internal reed switch is to be disabled. The door
window contact magnet will not be operative. The transmitter if used for hold up installations
shall be dedicated to a holdup installation only. Hold up alarm requires a UL Listed
Automation System at the Central Station to show distinction between a Hold Up Alarm and a
regular Burglar Alarm.
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For UL installations, a 2.2 K ohm shall be installed.
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For UL installations, primary securement means shall be screws.
RADION keyfobs
To comply with UL 1023, RADION keyfobs shall be programmed with Forced Arm Bypass Max
set to 0.
3.3
B810 installation
Use the provided anchors and screws to mount the receiver in locations accessible for future
maintenance. Mount the receiver onto a wall.
For best receiver reception results, place the receiver in a central location among the
transmitters. For optimal communication results in situations where there is a long distance
between the transmitting device and the system receiver, it might be necessary to install
repeaters.
Notice!
Mount the receiver in a location away from metal objects. Metal objects (duct work, wire
mesh screens, boxes) reduce RF range.
3.3.1
B810 configuration
RADION Wireless System operates on a radio frequency of 433.42 MHz.
Configuring the address switch
The address switch determines the receivers numeric address value which the receiver will
use to report receiver status information to the control panel. Set the address to the receiver
prior to installation. Address 1 through 4 are valid address settings for the receiver. Use a
slotted screwdriver to set the address switch.
Address settings
The receiver address switches provide a single-digit setting for the receiver’s address. The
receiver uses addresses 1 through 4. Addresses 0 and 5 are invalid and will cause the receiver
to enter into an SDI2 communication error state. This causes the receiver to be unrecognized
by the control panel. The receiver uses Address 9 to reset itself when the keyfob becomes
inoperable. Refer to the Notice below and procedure regarding the synchronization of the
keyfob with the receiver.
Refer to your control panel documentation for information on the valid addresses for that
control panel. The figure below shows the address switch setting for address 1.
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Figure 3.1: Address switch set to 1
Notice!
Inoperable RADION keyfob
If the RADION keyfob no longer operates as originally programmed, try resetting the receiver.
RF IDs remain active if previously enrolled, and will not have to be re-enrolled when resetting
the receiver.
Failure conditions
The following conditions describe the state of the keyfob when it no longer arms/disarms the
security system:
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The keyfob is correctly programmed in the control panel, and
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The receiver LED flashes when the keyfob is activated, but
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The expected action (arm/disarm) does not occur at the control panel.
Synchronizing the keyfob with the receiver
Perform the following steps to reset the receiver and restore arming/disarming functionality
for the keyfob.
Resetting the receiver:
1.
Power off the receiver (or remove the receiver from its base).
2.
Set the receiver address switch to 9.
3.
Power on the receiver (or re-attach the receiver to its base).
4.
LED indicates the firmware version. The LED turns on steady for a short time to reset the
5.
Power off the receiver (or remove the receiver from its base).
6.
Set the receiver address switch back to the original address setting.
7.
Power on the receiver (or re-attach the receiver to its base).
8.
Your system is ready for normal operation.
receiver, and then turns off. Replace the receiver if the LED continues to flash.
3.3.2
Base mounting installation
Some consideration and planning are required when locating a position to mount the base of
the receiver onto the desired surface. The base must be mounted in such a way that provides
plenty of accessible space to insert a flat-headed screwdriver, and remove the receiver cover
when maintenance and troubleshooting scenarios occur.
Because of the location of the opening mechanism on the side of the device, you will need
approximately 254 mm (10 in) of clearance on one side of the base to provide easy access to
the opening mechanism, and approximately 15 mm (0.6 in) of clearance on the opposite side
to compensate for the physical dimensions of the device cover. This should allow for adequate
space in which the device cover can be opened, and the cover removed, should the need
arise.
Other mounting considerations include;
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Minimum clearance above the location to compensate for the vertical sliding movement
to attach or remove the device from the base is: >30 mm (1.2 in).
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Minimum clearance below the location where the base is mounted: >23 mm (0.9 in).
Wiring considerations
3.3.3
Notice!
Do not install long cable runs next to high-current power feeds. Keep cable lengths as short
as possible to minimize noise pickup.
Ensure that the wiring used meets the following specifications:
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Four-conductor unshielded 0.65 mm (22 AWG) to 2.0 mm (18 AWG) maximum.
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Wire length must not exceed 243 m (800 ft) from the control panel
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2
4
1
s before servicing.
SDI2
RED
POWER +
36
YELLOW DATA BUS A
35
GREEN
DATA BUS B
34
BLACK
COMMON
33
R
Y
G
B
SDI2 Connector
SDI Connector
POWER +
32
YELLOW DATA BUS A
31
SDI
RED
GREEN
DATA BUS B
Figure 3.2: Wiring the receiver to an SDI2 compatible control panel
1 ᅳ SDI2 compatible control panel
2 ᅳ Terminal wiring
3 ᅳ RADION receiver SD mounting base
4 ᅳ Module terminal block
3.3.4
Programming wireless points in the control panel
After completing the physical installation of the RADION system, you must configure the
RADION points in order to establish communication between the RADION system and the
supported control panel. This can be accomplished by using one of two methods:
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Using Remote Programming Software (RPS) on a supported laptop computer, or
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Compatible keypad devices to enable your points
A “point” can be a detection device, or a group of devices connected to your security system.
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The first step to enable communication is to verify that the RADION transmitter is
programmed into the supporting control panel. This is achieved by configuring a point source
index as wireless.
RFID programming from a supported keypad is achieved by two methods;
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Through the point source/RFID menu options, or
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Enroll point RFID for wireless points – which uses the “Auto-Learn” methodology.
The preferred method of entering in the RFID number would be to enter it in manually via the
keypad – point source/RFID, or RPS. Doing so gives you greater control and security, while
reducing the risk of incomplete RFID programming.
Not every scenario can be documented regarding various supporting panels and keypads. The
workflow listed below is a generic representation of the programming/enablement process.
Refer to the Points Menu Parameters section inside the Keypad Installer Menu chapter of the
B5512/B4512 and/or D9412GV4/D7412GV4 v2.xx Series Installation and System Reference
Guides, or Points – Point Assignments in RPS Help File for more information.
Point source/RFID programming
A point’s source gives a description as to the physical location of the point for installation and
service personnel. Perform the following to program a source:
1.
Using either RPS, or a supported keypad, access the Program Menu, and select the
Points menu option.
2.
Select the Source menu option
3.
Select the point source of the device you are programming.
4.
Change the point source to the “wireless” option.
5.
Save changes.
6.
Select the RFID menu option to edit the RFID of each RADION device.
7.
Manually enter in the unique RFID as it appears on the RFID sticker in the illustration
below. ID’s beginning with a zero may not display in the keypad UI, or RPS
8.
Save changes and exit the menu.
The control panel is now enabled to receive wireless communication information from the
RADION transmitter.
Figure 3.3: RFID sticker example (RFDW-SM-A shown)
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Point indexes
Point indexes determine how points operate/respond to circumstances within a system.
Perform the following to program a point:
1.
Using either RPS, or a supported keypad, access the Program Menu, and select the
Points menu option.
2.
Select the point source of the device you are programming and select the wireless device
type. Ensure that it matches that of the physical device you are enrolling.
3.
Assign the desired attributes of the point index (how the device will respond to various
circumstances).
4.
Save changes and exit the menu.
Signal strength test (for repeaters)
Use the following procedure to test the frequency strength and range of the RADION system.
1.
From the keypad, access the Wireless Menu, and select the Diagnostics menu option.
2.
Select the RF Repeaters menu option.
3.
Select the Signal menu option and choose the desired repeater. Various sub-categories
display including:
4.
3.3.5
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Signal Strength
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Level
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Margin
When finished, exit the menu.
Enroll point RF ID for wireless points (Auto-learn mode)
A second option exists whereby new devices are discovered on the system. This option is
referred to as the “Auto Learn Mode” option. Auto Learn Mode is the process through which
the control panel identifies and enrolls new device RF ID’s that appear within the system. This
is achieved by the following:
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Keyfobs – when the keyfob buttons are pressed, then released.
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Motion detectors – when the battery is inserted, or if coverage pattern is disturbed by
someone walking through the coverage pattern field.
Notice!
The Auto Learn mode option is not recommended as the preferred method of entering in the
RF ID’s due to the potential of the RADION system picking up the first available RF ID it
detects. For optimal results, manually enter in the RF ID’s through the supported keypad, or
via RPS.
Enrolling a wireless point RF ID
Using a supported keypad, enroll the RF ID through the Wireless menu option. Use the
Wireless menu to add, replace, remove, and diagnose points and repeaters.
Perform the following to enroll in the RF ID:
1.
From the keypad, access the Wireless Menu, and select the Points menu option. If
adding a repeater, select the Repeater menu option.
2.
Select the option for enrolling a point RFID.
3.
When asked, select the point source you are enrolling).
4.
Initiate activity for the desired device (walk through the coverage pattern if enrolling a
motion detector, or press the button on the keyfob if enrolling a keyfob, open the door or
window if enrolling a contact). By doing so, the control panel recognizes the first RFID it
comes in contact with.
5.
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Verify the RFID displayed on the keypad matches the RFID sticker that appears on the
activated device.
3.3.6
Walk test (for motion detectors)
Use the following pattern testing procedure to test the detector range and functionality.
Notice!
Also see Control Panels (D9412GV4/D7412GV4 v2.00) SIA CP-01 Quick Reference Guide P/N: F.
01U.265.466, and/or Control Panels (B5512/B4512) SIA CP-01 Quick Reference Guide P/N: F.
01U.265.464.
Motion walk test
Remove and replace cover to activate a 90-sec 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-sec. 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. Although generally not
required, if masking is desired, the lens diagram shows the appropriate areas to be masked.
Use an opaque material (such as, electrical tape) to mask the desired areas.
Final test
While the detector is in the Walk Test Mode, 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-sec, the LED
will flash to indicate that the Walk Test mode is ending.
Maintenance
At least once a year, a walk test should be performed to verify the range and coverage for
proper operation.
Magnet walk test
Perform a magnet test to ensure proper functionality of the door and window contacts.
Magnet testing can be performed by opening or closing the door/window in which the magnet
is installed. In this test, you are verifying the distances of which the magnet engages and
disengages the transmitter.
3.3.7
Signal level and margin
The signal level and margin (ambient signal) of the RADION system is dependant on the
location in which the B810 receiver and transmitters communicating with it are installed.
Installing the receiver in an environment that has a lot of radio transmitter communication or
other exterior disturbances, may reduce the receiver signal strength and margin signal of the
B810 receiver.
Signal Level is a measure of how loudly a RADION receiver is hearing a message from a
RADION transmitter; this value is displayed as a percentage with a range of 0% - 99%.
Signal Margin is a measure of how well a RADION receiver is hearing a message from a
RADION transmitter given the current ambient noise levels, or ‘white noise’ at the receiver.
This value is displayed as a percentage with a range of 0% - 99%.
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The concept of signal margin can be related to two people conversing in a room; when the
room is quiet they hear each other clearly and the “signal margin” would be very high. In a
noisy room they would not be able to hear each other as clearly and the “signal margin” would
be much lower. When the signal margin is low enough conversation is no longer possible.
The RADION receiver will continually monitor the signal level of every system transmitter and
report an interference trouble (sometimes called Jamming) if the signal margin of a
transmitter is reduced to the point where communications may be lost.
To ensure reliable system communications, the signal level and margin of every transmitter,
including repeaters, should be tested and verified to be reporting “good” at the time of
installation and in the unlikely event of a interference trouble report.
Signal strength test (for Points and Receiver)
Use the following procedure to test the frequency strength and range of the RADION system.
1.
From the keypad, access the Wireless Menu, and select the Diagnostics menu option
2.
Select the RF Points menu option.
3.
Select the Signal menu option and choose the desired option. Various sub-categories
display including:
4.
–
Signal strength
–
Level
–
Margin
When finished, exit the menu.
Signal strength test (for Repeaters)
Use the following procedure to test the frequency strength and range of the RADION system.
1.
From the keypad, access the Wireless Menu, and select the Diagnostics menu option
2.
Select the RF Repeaters menu option.
3.
Select the Signal menu option and choose the desired repeater. Various sub-categories
display including:
4.
–
Signal strength
–
Level
–
Margin
When finished, exit the menu.
Notice!
For UL installations, the signal shall be checked to display “good.“
3.3.8
Complete the installation
Depending on the results of testing the RADION system from a system-wide approach (walk
test, signal strength and margin tests), make the appropriate modifications/adjustments to
complete the install process.
3.3.9
B810 system test
Overall system test
It is recommended by UL to test the entire system at least once every year, including the B810
receiver by an installer to ensure proper functionality of the RADION system.
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External LED states
The receiver utilizes the External LED to show various states of the receiver. These states fall
into the following three categories:
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Normal State
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Communication Error State
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Trouble State
–
Maintenance state
–
Off state
Normal state:
The receiver enters a normal state when it has passed all power self-tests and has established
a communication link with the control panel . The receiver remains in this state as long as the
communication link is present, and no other issues are present that would prevent the
receiver from operating in a normal condition.
LED condition
State description
On (Normal)
Indicates the receiver is functioning normally.
Continuous slow flash: 1 sec On, 1 sec Off
Indicates the receiver is being programmed
with the zone and transmitter ID’s from the
compatible control panel.
Turns Off momentarily
Indicates the receiver obtained a valid
transmission from a RADION transmitter.
Flash 3 times
Indicates the receiver has obtained a new
device ID while in “Learn Mode.”
Communication error state:
The receiver enters a communication error state when, during power up, it does not establish
a link with the control panel, or has been in an idle state for more than 30 sec without
communication. Another cause for a communication error state is an invalid address switch
setting (0, or 9).
LED condition
State description
3-pulse flash: A 3-pulse signal, followed by a
Indicates the receiver has experienced a
short delay at the end of the 3rd pulse
communication failure. This error could be a
(Communication error)
result of either:
–
A communication failure between the
control panel and receiver, or
–
An invalid address switch setting
Trouble state:
The receiver enters a trouble state when an internal self-test detects a failure. Another cause
for the receiver entering into a trouble state would be if the receiver detects radio frequency
interference failure.
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State description
Continuous fast flash: A continuous pulse
–
between On and Off states (Trouble state)
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Indicates the receiver is in a trouble
state, experiencing a radio frequency
interference failure
–
A communication failure with internal
hardware components within the
receiver
Maintenance state
The receiver enters a maintenance state when the address switch settings are set between
switch 5 – switch 8.
LED condition
State description
Continuous Flash: A continuous pattern of
Indicates the receiver is in Maintenance
short off time, followed by long on time.
Mode.
Off state
Indicates there is a power failure to the receiver. Check the wire connections for proper
wiring.
3.4.1
LEDs
The receiver utilizes an external LED indicator to status the operation of the receiver. Refer to
the table below for LED descriptions.
LED condition
Pattern description
On (Normal)
Indicates the receiver is functioning normally.
Off
Indicates there is a power failure to the receiver, or that the
receiver is not wired correctly.
Continuous Flash: 1 sec
Indicates the receiver is being programmed with the zone and
On, 1 sec Off
transmitter ID’s from the compatible control panel.
Turns Off momentarily
Indicates the receiver obtained a valid transmission from a
RADION transmitter.
Continuous Flash: A 3-
Indicates the receiver has experienced a communication error
pulse signal, followed by
and/or a self-test failure. This error could be a result of either:
a short delay at the end
–
of the 3rd pulse
A communication failure between the control panel and
receiver, or
(Communication error)
–
An invalid address switch setting.
Continuous Flash: A
–
Indicates the receiver is in a trouble state, experiencing a
continuous pulse
between On and Off
states (Trouble state)
Flash 3 times:
radio frequency interference failure.
–
A communication failure with internal hardware components
within the receiver
Indicates the receiver has obtained a new radio frequency ID
while in “Learn Mode”.
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Specifications (B810)
Housing dimensions (H x L x D)
209.60 mm x 139.70 mm x 31.80 mm
(8.25 in x 5.50 in x 1.25 in)
Power/voltage
10 -14 VDC, 12 VDC nominal
Maximum current draw
70 mA
Device testing
To ensure proper functionality, the device
must be tested at least once every year by an
installer.
Operating environment
0゚C to +49゚C (+32゚F to +120゚F)
Relative humidity
Up to 93% non-condensing
Frequency
433.42 MHz
Wiring distance
Maximum distance of 243 m (800 ft) from the
control panel
Wiring gauge
0.65 mm (22 AWG) to 2.0 mm (18 AWG)
maximum
Compatible SDI2 control panels
GV4 Series v2.00 and above (D9412GV4,
D7412GV4)
B5512
B4512
B3512
Wall and cover tamper switch
Transmits a tamper signal when someone
removes the device from its base or pulls it
away from the wall.
Table 3.1: Specifications
3.5.1
Battery requirements
Use sealed lithium or alkaline batteries for supported RADION wireless system peripherals.
Replace the batteries annually to ensure optimal performance.
Notice!
Dispose of used batteries according to manufacturer’s instructions.
Warning!
The batteries used in the RADION transmitters might present a risk of fire or chemical burn if
!
mistreated. Do not recharge, disassemble, heat above 100゚C (212゚F), or incinerate. Replace
battery with battery manufacturer’s name or end product manufacturer’s name and part
number only. Use of another battery might present a risk of fire or explosion.
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Battery requirements
RADION Device
Battery Size
Battery Type
B810 receiver
RFPR-12-A PIR
Cell Voltage
Quantity (Cells)
None
CR123A
Lithium
3 VDC
1
CR123A
Lithium
3 VDC
1
Non-
Lithium polymer
3.7 VDC nominal
1
CR123A
Lithium
3 VDC
2
CR123A
Lithium
3 VDC
1
AAA
Lithium
1.5 VDC
1
AA
Alkaline
1.5 VDC
4
AAA
Lithium
1.5 VDC
1
AAA
Lithium
1.5 VDC
1
RFGB-A glass break
CR123A
Lithium
3 VDC
1
RFKF-TBS-A key fob
CR2032 (coin
Lithium
RFKF-FBS-A key fob
cell)
motion detector
RFPR-C12-A PIR
motion detector
RFRP-A repeater
replaceable
RFSM-A smoke
detector
RFUN-A universal
transmitter
RFBT-A bill trap
RFDL-11-A TriTech
detector
RFDW-RM-A recessed
door/window contact
RFDW-SM-A standard
door/window contact
RFKF-TB-A key fob
CR2032 (coin
RFKF-FB-A key fob
cell)
RFPB-SB-A panic
CR2032 (coin
button
3 VDC
1
Lithium
3 VDC
1
Lithium
3 VDC
1
cell)
RFPB-TB-A panic
button
Table 3.2: Battery requirements
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The RFRP-A is a combined receiver and transmission device that improves the overall
transmission, communication, and reliability capabilities of its assigned compatible receiver.
An LED on the front provides device status.
Features include:
–
LED Display
–
Cover and Wall Tamper protection
Notice!
Use a supported transformer as defined in the specification table for the repeater. Do not
connect power supply to a receptacle controlled by a switch.
4.1
Installation considerations
Use the provided anchors and screws to mount the repeater in locations accessible for future
maintenance. Mount the repeater onto a wall.
Notice!
Mount the repeater in a location removed from metal. Metal objects (duct work, wire mesh
screens, boxes) reduce RF range
4.2
Wiring considerations
Notice!
Do not install long cable runs next to high-current power feeds. Keep cable lengths as short
as possible to minimize noise pickup.
Ensure that the wiring used meets the following specifications:
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Two-conductor unshielded wire.
–
The minimal requirement for wire length is 1.83 m (6 ft) from the repeater
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Specifications
Dimensions
139.70 mm x 209.60 mm x 31.80 mm
(5.50 in x 8.25 in x 1.25 in)
Compatible plug-in transformers for use with the RFRP-A repeater within US installations:
These transformers are approved by UL:
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BOSCH CX4010 Plug-in Transformer – F.01U.020.504 (110 VAC primary voltage input,
18 VAC, 22 VA)
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BOSCH D1640 Plug-in Transformer – 4.998.125.832 (16 VAC, 40 VA)
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MG Electronic (MGT-1640), primary rated 120 VAC, 60 Hz, 0.48 Amps, secondary rated
16.5 VAC, 40 VA
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Codex (SEP-1640), primary rated 120 VAC, 60 Hz, 0.48 Amps, secondary rated 16.5
VAC, 40 VA
–
TDC Part No (DA-22-18), primary rated 120 VAC, 60 Hz, secondary rated 18 VAC, 1.22
Amps, 22 VA
For installations other than the U.S., transformers must meet the country-specific
requirements.
Power/voltage
16.5 V(~) to 18 V(~), 40 VA
Standby battery
Rated 3.7 VDC, 3050mAH EVE ENERGY CO Part No P0046-LF
(Not user replaceable). For standby battery to be operative, the
tamper switch is required to be engaged
Typical current draw
60 mA
Wire gauge
0.65 mm (22 AWG) to 2.0 mm (18 AWG)
Temperature (operating) 0゚C to +49゚C (+32゚F to+120゚F)
Relative humidity
0% to 93% (non-condensing)
Device testing
To ensure proper functionality, the device must be tested at least
once every year by an installer.
Wall and cover tamper
Transmits a tamper signal when someone removes the device
switch
from its base or pulls it away from the wall.
Frequency
433.42 MHz
Table 4.1: Specifications
4.4
LEDs
The repeater utilizes an external LED indicator to status the operation of the repeater. Refer to
the table below for LED descriptions.
LED Condition
Pattern Description
On (Normal)
–
Indicates the repeater is functioning normally.
Off
–
Indicates there is a power failure to the repeater, or that the
receiver is not wired correctly.
Continuous Flash: 1 sec
rate for 5 sec
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Indicates the repeater is being powered up, and conduction
manufacturing test initializations.
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LED Condition
Pattern Description
Continuous Flash: A 3-
–
pulse signal, followed by
Indicates the repeater has experienced a low battery
condition.
a short delay after the 3
rd
pulse
Continuous Flash: A 2
–
Indicates an AC power failure is detected.
flash pattern continuous
–
A communication failure within internal hardware
pulse between On and
components inside the receiver
Off states with a short
delay after the 2nd pulse
Table 4.2: LED descriptions
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RADION glassbreak
The RFGB-A is a wireless transmitter used for detecting breaking glass. Throughout this
document, the term “glassbreak” refers to glass break.
Features include:
–
Monitored battery status
Dimension
101.42 mm x 112.90 mm x 35.00 mm
(3.99 in x 4.44 in x 1.38 in)
Power/Voltage
Battery/CR123A, 3 VDC (
)
Battery replacement
Duracell DL123A, Lithium, Panasonic CR123A Lithium, or Sanyo
CR123A Lithium. Check your battery yearly to ensure proper
functionality.
Battery life
Up to 5 years
Device testing
To ensure proper functionality, the device must be tested at least
once every year.
Accoustic Capabilities Glass types and
thickness
Type
Thickness
Plate
2.4 mm to 6.4 mm
(3/32 in to 1/4 in)
Tempered
3.2 mm to 6.4 mm
(1/8 in to 1/4 in)
Laminated
3.2 mm to 6.4 mm
(1/8 in to 1/4 in)
Wired
6.4 mm (1/4 in)
Minimum pane size for all 1.2 m (4 ft)
types of glass
Microphone
Omni-directional 360゚ electret
Operating
Functional range: -10°C to +49°C (+14°F to +120°F)
Temperature
UL only: 0゚C to +49゚C (+32゚F to+120゚F)
Relative Humidity
0% to 93% (non-condensing)
Wall and Cover
Transmits a tamper signal when someone removes the device from
Tamper Switch
its base or pulls it away from the wall.
Frequency
433.42 MHz
Table 5.1: Specifications
5.1
Installation considerations
For the best detector performance, select a mounting location that is:
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Mounted on the ceiling within a maximum range of 20 ft (6 m)
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For armor-coated glass installations, mount the sensor no more than 12 ft (3.65 m) from
the glass
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On an opposite, or adjoining wall, within a range of 20 ft (6 m) for plate, tempered,
laminated, and wired glass
–
In a suitable environment: temperature between -18 and 50゚C (0 and 120゚F); and
humidity between 10 and 90% non-condensing
Avoid mounting the detector in:
–
Glass airlocks and glass vestibule areas
–
Humid rooms
–
Small utility rooms
–
Rooms with noisy equipment (white noise) such as air compressors, bells, and power
tools
–
Rooms smaller than 10 ft x 10 ft (3 m x 3 m)
–
Rooms with lined, insulating, or sound supressing drapes
–
A corner of a room
Avoid locations that expose the detector to possible false-alarm sources such as:
–
Glass airlocks and vestibule areas;
–
Kitchens;
–
Corner mounting;
–
Residential car garages;
–
Stairwells
–
Bathrooms; and
–
Small acoustically live rooms
Notice!
Glassbreak detectors are intended only as a component of a perimeter protection system.
Use glassbreak detectors in conjunction with motion detectors.
5.2
Testing
Test the detector at least once yearly. Use the Sentrol 5709C hand-held tester to enter the
sensor into test mode and to test the alarm.
Test the sensor alarm
To test the sensor functionality, enter the detector into test mode. In normal mode, the sensor
does not generate an alarm on sound signals from the tester unless the tester is held next to
the sensor.
Each time the sensor alarms, it also goes into test mode for one minute.
Initiating test mode with the Sentrol 5709C hand-held tester:
1.
Set the tester for tempered or laminated glass, unless the protected glass is plate glass.
2.
Hold the tester on top of the detector.
3.
Activate the tester. The detector alarms and goes into test mode for one minute. During
test mode, the LED blinks continuously. To extend test time, activate the tester within the
range of the sensor at least once each minute.
Performing the alarm test with Sentrol 5709C hand-held tester:
1.
Hold the tester near the surface of the glass to be protected and aim the speaker at the
sensor. Be sure the tester is at the point on the glass farthest from the detector.
Notice!
If blinds or drapes are present, test the area by holding the hand-held tester behind the
closed blinds or drapes.
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Press the test button on the tester. The LED on the detector stays on for 4 seconds to
indicate the glass is within detection range of the sensor. If the LED does not stay in a
solid state momentarily, but continues to blink, adjust the positioning of the detector so
that it is closer to the window, and re-test. Check the battery strength of the hand-held
testing device before the test.
Figure 5.1: Testing behind curtains
The detector switches from test mode to normal mode after at least 1 minute of silence from
the hand-held tester.
Notice!
When the detector is in normal mode, the LED is off unless a loud sound is detected.
Room acoustics can artificially extend the range of a glassbreak sensor. The specified sensor
range is for worst-case conditions. While the sensor likely functions at a greater range, it might
not detect a low volume breaking sound, or room acoustics might change at a later point in
time. Do not exceed the rated range of the sensor, regardless of what the tester shows.
Test the sensor operability
When the detector is in normal mode, the LED is off unless a loud sound is detected.
Therefore, to ensure the glassbreak has power and that the microphone is functional, perform
a simple hand clap test.
To perform a hand clap test, simply clap your hard loudly under the sensor. Verify the LED
blinks twice.
5.3
Low battery
When a low battery state is detected, the detector measures the battery, and sends a report
to the receiver/control panel.
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Wall Tamper Tab
Use the wall tamper tab to activate an alarm when the glass break has been removed from the
wall.
5.5
Maintenance
Clean the cover with a damp (water) cloth as needed to keep it free of dust and dirt. Always
test the sensor after cleaning it.
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RADION TriTech
The RFDL-11-A is a motion detector which uses artificial intelligence to detect motion and
provide immunity to false alarms. An integral RF transmitter reports low battery and tamper
status, and sends a supervisory signal to the control panel. Features include:
–
11m x 11m (35 ft by 35 ft) coverage
–
Flexible mounting height
–
Compatible with Bosch RADION wireless systems
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Draft and Insect immune
–
Cover activated tamper indication. Optional wall-activated tamper is included
Dimension
138.00 mm x 72.00 mm x 64.00 mm
(5.43 in x 2.83 in x 2.52 in)
Relative humidity
0% to 93%, (non-condensing)
Temperature (operating)
Functional range: -10°C to +49°C (+14°F to +120°F)
UL only: 0゚C to +49゚C (+32゚F to+120゚F)
Internal coverage directionality
Vertical: -4゚ to -10゚
Sensitivity selection
Field selectable for standard or intermediate sensitivity
Power/voltage
Four AA Alkaline batteries, 1.5 VDC (
). 1.5 VDC
x 4 = 6 VDC total.
Battery replacement
Duracell MN1500, Panasonic AM-3PIX. Check your
battery yearly to ensure proper functionality.
Battery life
Up to 5 years
Device testing
To ensure proper functionality, the device must be
tested at least once every year by an installer.
Wall and cover tamper switch
Transmits a tamper signal when someone removes the
device from its base or pulls it away from the wall.
Frequency
433.42 MHz
Table 6.1: Specifications
6.1
Mounting height and range adjustment
Loosen the vertical adjustment screw. Adjust the board to the desired angle. Choose mounting
height and desired range, and set the vertical angle. Reference the table below for proper
height and adjustment values.
Mounting height
Range
6.1 m (20 ft)
10.7 m (35 ft)
-7゚
-5゚
2 m (6.5 ft)
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-9゚
-6゚
2.4 m (8.0 ft)
-10゚
-7゚
Table 6.2: Mounting height
Notice!
The mounting height must be 2 m (6.5 ft) and the vertical angle must be set at -5゚ for
installations containing pets.
The vertical adjusting screw must be securely tightened after setting the angle.
6.2
Sensitivity settings
Standard sensitivity
Use this setting when pets are present in the monitored area. Standard sensitivity provides
excellent detection performance and is the least sensitive to false alarms.
Intermediate sensitivity
Only use this setting in non-pet installations with minimal environmental disturbances.
Intermediate sensitivity provides the highest level of detection performance.
6.3
Walk testing
Notice!
To maximize battery life, the LED elements do not activate unless the unit is in the Walk Test
mode.
Perform a walk test to determine the boundaries of the coverage area. Perform this test at the
time of installation and monthly thereafter. To ensure continual daily operation, instruct the
end user to walk through the far end of the coverage pattern. This ensures an alarm output
prior to arming the system.
Start Walk Test mode from the detector. Insert a slotted screwdriver to open the detector
cover and then close the detector cover to start a 90-sec Walk Test mode.
Notice!
In the normal operating mode, an alarm can be transmitted only after three (3) minutes have
passed since the previous alarm restoral. This 3 minute lockout time reduces unnecessary RF
transmissions in high traffic areas, thereby extending battery life.
During this test mode, motion detected within the detector’s coverage area causes a
transmitted alarm and LED activation. Each alarm will also extend the Test Mode. Watch for
the green LED to indicate the edges of the Microwave pattern. Adjust as necessary.
Please reference the LED table below for LED descriptions.
LED Condition
Cause
Steady LED
PIR activation (Walk Test)
Steady green
Microwave activation
Steady blue
Alarm signal
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Cause
Flashing blue
Warm-up period after power-up
No LED upon initial power up
PIR failure. Replace unit.
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Table 6.3: LED description
Walking Testing the system
1.
Start at the pattern’s expected boundary and walk across the pattern moving closer to
the detector. Set the adjustment as low as possible for proper catch performance.
2.
Adjust the Microwave Range Adjustment Potentiometer to as low a setting as possible for
proper catch performance.
Figure 6.1: Sensitivity settings
1 ᅳ Alarm LED (blue, green, or red)
2 ᅳ Microwave Range Adjustment Potentiometer
3.
At each pass, observe the color on the Alarm LED (refer to the Sensitivity settings figure
above).
4.
Walk test from the opposite direction to determine the coverage pattern boundaries from
both sides.
5.
When walk test is completed, the detector returns to normal operation after 90 sec of
inactivity.
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RADION PIR
The RFPR-12-A is a high performance PIR motion detector that uses advanced signal
processing. An integrated wireless transmitter sends a battery report with each transmission,
and transmits a supervisory signal to the control panel. Features include:
–
12 m x 12 m (40 ft x 40 ft) coverage
–
Flexible Mounting Height
Dimensions
111.00 mm x 60.00 mm x 43.00 mm
(4.40 in x 2.40 in x 1.70 in)
Relative humidity
0% to 93%, non-condensing
Temperature (operating)
Functional range: -10°C to +49°C (+14°F to +120°F)
UL only: 0゚C to +49゚C (+32゚F to+120゚F)
Power/voltage
One CR123A Lithium battery, 3 VDC (
)
Battery replacement
Duracell DL123A , Panasonic CR123A, or Sanyo
CR123A. Check your battery yearly to ensure proper
functionality.
Battery life
Up to 5 years
Device testing
To ensure proper functionality, the device must be
tested at least once every year by an installer.
Wall and cover tamper switch
Transmits a tamper signal when someone removes the
device from its base or pulls it away from the wall.
Frequency
433.42 MHz
Table 7.1: Specifications
7.1
Walk testing
Perform a walk test to determine the boundaries of the coverage area.
Insert a slotted screwdriver into the designated hole to open the cover and then close the
detector cover to start a 90-sec Walk Test mode.
During this test mode, motion detected within the detector’s coverage area causes a
transmitted alarm and LED activation. Each alarm will also extend the Test Mode. Adjust as
necessary.
Notice!
Excessive use of the Walk Test Mode may reduce battery life. Use only for initial setup and
maintenance testing.
Notice!
In the normal operating mode, an alarm can be transmitted only after three (3) minutes have
passed since the previous alarm restoral. This 3 minute lockout time reduces unnecessary RF
transmissions in high traffic areas, thereby extending battery life.
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Refer to the LED table below for LED descriptions.
LED condition
Cause
Steady blue
PIR activation (Walk Test)
Flashing blue
Warm-up period after power-up
Flashing blue (four-pulse sequence)
PIR failure. Replace unit.
Table 7.2: LED description
Figure 7.1: Walk test
1.
Start at the pattern’s expected boundary and walk across the pattern moving closer to
the detector (refer to the Walk test figure above).
2.
While the detector is in the Walk Test Mode, turn ON all heating and air conditioning
sources which would normally be active during the protection period. Stay away from the
sensor and outside the coverage pattern and watch for alarms.
3.
The LED flashes at the completion of a 90-sec span of time, indicating that the Walk Test
mode is ending. This occurs when there is no activity in the sensor’s coverage pattern
during the 90-sec interval.
4.
When walk testing is completed. the detector returns to normal operation after 90
seconds of inactivity.
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RADION PIR C
The RFPR-C12-A is a high performance curtain PIR motion detector that uses advanced signal
processing to provide outstanding catch performance and unsurpassed false alarm immunity.
The detector contains an integrated RF transmitter. The transmitter sends a battery report
with each transmission, and transmits a supervisory signal to the control panel. Features
include:
–
12 m x 1.5 m (40 ft x 5 ft) curtain coverage
–
Flexible Mounting Height
Dimensions
111.00 mm x 60.00 mm x 43.00 mm
(4.40 in x 2.40 in x 1.70 in)
Relative humidity
0% to 93%, non-condensing
Temperature (operating)
Functional range: -10°C to +49°C (+14°F to +120°F)
UL only: 0゚C to +49゚C (+32゚F to+120゚F)
Power/voltage
One CR123A Lithium batteries, 3 VDC (
)
Battery replacement
Duracell DL123A, Panasonic CR123A, or Sanyo CR123A.
Check your battery yearly to ensure proper functionality.
Battery life
Up to 5 years
Device testing
To ensure proper functionality, the device must be tested
at least once every year by an installer.
Wall and cover tamper switch
Transmits a tamper signal when someone removes the
device from its base or pulls it away from the wall.
Frequency
433.42 MHz
Table 8.1: Specifications
8.1
Walk testing
Perform a walk test to determine the boundaries of the coverage area.
Insert a slotted screwdriver into the designated hole to open the cover and then close the
detector cover to start a 90-sec Walk Test mode.
During this test mode, motion detected within the detector’s coverage area causes a
transmitted alarm and LED activation. Each alarm will also extend the Test Mode. Adjust as
necessary.
Notice!
Excessive use of the Walk Test Mode may reduce battery life. Use only for initial setup and
maintenance testing.
Notice!
In the normal operating mode, an alarm can be transmitted only after three (3) minutes have
passed since the previous alarm restoral. This 3 minute lockout time reduces unnecessary RF
transmissions in high traffic areas, thereby extending battery life.
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Refer to the LED table below for LED descriptions.
LED condition
Cause
Steady blue
PIR activation (Walk Test)
Flashing blue
Warm-up period after power-up
Flashing blue (four-pulse sequence)
PIR failure. Replace unit.
Table 8.2: LED description
Figure 8.1: Walk test
1.
Start at the pattern’s expected boundary and walk across the pattern moving closer to
the detector (refer to the Walk test figure above).
2.
While the detector is in the Walk Test Mode, turn ON all heating and air conditioning
sources which would normally be active during the protection period. Stay away from the
sensor and outside the coverage pattern and watch for alarms.
3.
The LED flashes at the completion of a 90-sec span of time, indicating that the Walk Test
mode is ending. This occurs when there is no activity in the sensor’s coverage pattern
during the 90-sec interval.
4.
When walk testing is completed. the detector returns to normal operation after 90
seconds of inactivity.
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RADION smoke
The RFSM-A is a non-latching wireless smoke detector that sends an alarm signal to the
receiver.
The following features include:
–
A visual status LED
–
A built-in sounder for alarm alerts
–
Under normal conditions, the red LED flashes once every 8 sec while the sensor monitors
the surrounding environment. When the sensor detects smoke, the LED changes from
flashing to steady ON and the sounder produces a loud, continuous tone. Refer to the
LED table for more information.
Replaceable optical chamber
For easy maintenance
Power/voltage
Two CR123A Lithium batteries, 3 VDC (
Current draw
Standby: 45 uA
)
Alarm: 70 mA
Battery replacement
Duracell DL123A, Panasonic CR123A, or Sanyo CR123A.
Check your batteries yearly to ensure proper
functionality.
Battery life
Minimum of 5 years or greater
Device testing
To ensure proper functionality, the device must be tested
at least once every year.
Sensitivity
0.14+/- 0.04 bM/m (0.97 – 2.99%/ft obscuration – RFSMA only)
Temperature (operating)
Functional range: -10゚C to +49゚(+14゚F to +120゚F
UL only: 0゚C to +49゚C (+32゚F to +120゚F)
Relative humidity
0% to 93% (non-condensing)
Cover and wall tamper switch
Transmits a tamper switch signal when the detector is
removed from its base, or the unit is pulled away from
the wall.
Drift compensation adjustment
-1.64%/m (0.5%/ft) maximum
Sounder
85 dBA at 3 m
Self-diagnostics feature
Monitors detector sensitivity and operational status.
Frequency
433.42 MHz
Table 9.1: Specifications
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Figure 9.1: Smoke detector
1 ᅳ High intensity LED
2 ᅳ Test/Silence button
9.1
Battery replacement
Under normal conditions, the LED normally flashes every 8 sec to indicate normal operating
conditions. Replace the battery when the LED stops flashing, and the sensor chirps every 45
sec.
Silence the low battery trouble chirps for 24 hr by pushing the Test/Silence button. Refer to
the Smoke detector illustration for locating the Test/Silence button.
9.2
Smoke test
Test smoke detectors annually by using a listed aerosol smoke tester to simulate an alarm.
Follow the instructions on the can.
The LED should remain ON while the detector provides a continuous tone. The detector
automatically resets when smoke is no longer present. A detector that fails to activate with
the smoke test might require cleaning or replacement.
Notice!
To avoid a fire department dispatch, contact central monitoring station, or put the system
into Test mode before activating the detector using this method.
9.3
Sensitivity test
Notice!
The control panel recognizes Test Mode as a test. It does not send an alarm.
The detector includes a Sensitivity Level Test mode for determining the detector’s sensitivity:
1.
2.
Press and hold the Test/Silence button for 4 sec. The LED flashes 1 to 9 times.
Count the number of LED flashes and use the Smoke detector sensitivity conditions table
to determine the status of the detector’s sensitivity and the recommended action.
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Flashes
Action Recommended
1
Self-diagnostics failure. Return detector for service or
replacement.
2 to 3
Detector is becoming insensitive. Clean detector and re-test. If
error persists, replace the detector.
4 to 7
Detector is within normal sensitivity settings.
8 to 9
Detector is becoming too sensitive. Confirm that the smoke
chamber is snapped down securely. Clean the sensor and retest.
Table 9.2: Smoke detector sensitivity conditions
9.4
Test/Silence button
Refer to the RADION smoke detector illustration for location of the Test/Silence button.
–
Testing. Press the Test/Silence button for 4 sec. The detector performs a Sounder test
and a Sensitivity test.
–
Silence alarm. Press to silence the sounder during an alarm. After a few minutes, the
sounder and alarm resume if smoke is still present.
9.5
LED
LED
Status
Flashing
Flashes every 8 sec under normal operation.
ON
Detects smoke, sending an alarm.
OFF
Malfunction, replace the batteries, clean the detector, or replace
the optical chamber as required.
Table 9.3: LED
9.6
Clean the detector and replace the optical chamber
Clean the detector cover with a dry or damp cloth as needed to keep it free from dust and
dirt. Clean the detector interior at least yearly.
Cleaning the detector:
1.
Remove the detector from the mounting base.
2.
Remove the batteries.
3.
Slide a slotted screwdriver into the slot on the detector cap and gently push down to pry
off the cap.
Figure 9.2: Remove the detector cap
4.
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2
3
Figure 9.3: Remove the detector cap
1 ᅳ Optical base
2 ᅳ Optical chamber
3 ᅳ Alarm cap
5.
Use compressed air or a soft-bristled brush to remove dust and dirt from the smoke
chamber base.
6.
Align the optical chamber with the base and snap down into place.
7.
To attach the detector cap, line the cap up with the detector, press the cap onto the
detector, and turn clockwise to snap it firmly into place.
8.
Observing the proper polarity, install the batteries and the battery cover. If the batteries
are not installed properly, the detector will not fit onto the mounting base. Ensure that
the batteries are properly installed.
9.
Mount the detector onto the mounting base.
10. Test the detector’s sensitivity.
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RADION contact SM
The RFDW-SM-A is a standard surface-mount wireless transmitter device used for monitoring
doors and windows.
Features include:
–
An internal reed switch
–
A cover and wall tamper switch
Power/voltage
One AAA Lithium battery, 1.5 VDC (
)
Battery replacement
Energizer L92. Check your battery yearly to ensure
proper functionality.
Battery life
Up to 5 years
Device testing
To ensure proper functionality, the device must be tested
at least once every year by an installer.
Dimensions (transmitter)
19.50 mm x 82.55 mm x 12.80 mm
(0.76 in x 3.25 in x 0.50 in)
Dimensions (magnet)
24.5 mm x 18.5 mm x 12.5 mm
(0.97 in x 0.72 in x 0.49 in)
Temperature (operating)
Functional range: -10°C to +49°C (+14°F to +120°F)
UL only: 0゚C to +49゚C (+32゚F to+120゚F)
Relative humidity
0% to 93% (non-condensing)
Wall and Cover Tamper Switch
Transmits a tamper signal when someone removes the
device from its base or pulls it away from the wall.
Frequency
433.42 MHz
Table 10.1: Specifications
10.1
Installation considerations
You have a variety of installation options to consider when installing the device. You must
acknowledge the unique installation approach prior to installation. Some installation
considerations include:
–
Suitable surfaces for installation include wood, steel, and aluminum.
–
The location of the magnet and transmitter in relationship to the door/window frame
dimensions. Verify you have proper clearance with the latch of the window or door you
are installing the device onto. Failure to do so will make it extremely difficult to access
and open the device for maintenance purposes.
–
In some cases, you might need an additional spacer when installing the transmitter and
magnet in the corner of a recessed door or window frame to close the gap in height
between the magnet and transmitter.
–
For additional security, you can use an adhesive with the screws to secure the
transmitters and magnets during installation.
–
When installing the magnet, verify that the notches in the magnet base, line up with the
notches in the transmitter base, otherwise the magnet and transmitter do not function
effectively.
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When installing the magnet base, install the face of the magnet base flush to the surface
edge of the installation location. This prevents damage to the magnet plastic base
whenever a window or door is opened.
–
Adhere to the distances prescribed in the graphical table found in the graphical
Installation and Operation Guide when installing the magnet adjacent to the transmitter.
How to read the Graphical Magnet Distances table
Contained in the RADION contact SM Installation Guide is a graphical table along with the X ᅳ Y
ᅳ Z coordinates graphic. Use the table in conjunction with the graphic to determine desired
distances between the magnet and the transmitter based on the type of installation (wood or
metal).
Notice!
The content in the Installation Guide table applies to EN installations.
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RADION contact RM
The RFDW-RM-A is a recessed-mounted wireless transmitter device used for monitoring doors
and windows. Features include:
–
Self-contained transmitter with magnetic reed switch
–
Tamper protection
–
Recessed mounting on doors or windows
Power/voltage
One AAA Lithium battery, 1.5 VDC (
)
Battery replacement
Energizer L92. Check your battery yearly to ensure proper
functionality.
Battery life
Up to 5 years
Device testing
To ensure proper functionality, the device must be tested at
least once every year by an installer.
Dimensions (transmitter)
19.00 mm x 104.80 mm
(0.75 in x 4.12 in)
Dimensions (magnet)
22 mm x 28 mm x 15 mm
(0.87 in x 1.10 in x 0.59 in)
Relative humidity
0% to 93%, non-condensing
Temperature (operating)
Functional range: -10°C to +49°C (+14°F to +120°F)
UL only: 0゚C to +49゚C (+32゚F to+120゚F)
Frequency
433.42 MHz
Table 11.1: Specifications
11.1
Installation considerations
You have a variety of installation options to consider when installing the device. You must
acknowledge the unique installation approach prior to installation. Some installation
considerations include:
–
The installation of this device is suitable for wood surfaces. This device is not suitable for
steel surfaces.
–
The transmitter housing was designed to be open with a coin. Using a screwdriver may
cause damage to the plastic top.
–
When reinserting the PCB (battery and antenna assembly), verify that the PCB assembly
fits into the grooves of the transmitter housing.
–
When reinserting the plastic top, verify that the top fits into the designed grooves of the
transmitter housing.
–
When installing the transmitter in an overhead location, be mindful that the PCB
assembly may fall out of the transmitter housing.
–
The removal of the plastic flaps is optional, depending on your installation needs.
–
For added security, you can use an adhesive with the screws to secure the transmitters
and magnets.
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How to read the Graphical Magnet Distances table
Contained in the recessed door/window contact Installation Guide is a graphical table along
with the X ᅳ Y coordinates graphic. Use the table in conjunction with the graphic to determine
desired distances between the magnet and the transmitter based on the type of installation.
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RADION specialty
RFBT-A is a designed transmitter (bill trap) specifically used in financial or retail environments.
It transmits a silent, wireless alarm signal without local notification (no LED activation) when a
bill, or any other form of paper currency is removed from the transmitter – typically, the last
bill in the bottom of a cash drawer.
Features include:
–
Brief illumination of LED to signify armed and operational status
–
Wall tamper alarm when removed from the cash drawer.
Dimensions
48.80 mm x 154.10 mm x 23.60 mm
(1.92 in x 6.06 in x 0.93 in)
Power/voltage
1.5 VDC, Lithium (
)
Battery replacement
Energizer L92. Replace your battery yearly to ensure proper
functionality.
Battery life
Up to 5 years
Device testing
To ensure proper functionality, the device must be tested at
least once every year.
Relative humidity
Up to 93%, non-condensing
Temperature (operating)
Functional range: -10°C to +49°C (+14°F to +120°F)
UL only: 0゚C to +49゚C (+32゚F to+120゚F)
Frequency
433.42 MHz
Table 12.1: Specifications
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Applications for this product
Usage of this product is to provide concealed protection against theft in a financial institution
such as a bank, or in other commercial environments such as retail businesses and shops. In
some cases, the cash drawer is removed from the teller or cashier station, and stored inside a
bank vault at the close of each business day. In this scenario, the bank vault system is always
armed, and the bill trap remains in a non-faulted condition. It is recommended to use the 3M
double sided tape when inserting into the cash drawer.
In other occasions, the bill trap itself may be removed from the cash drawer at the end of a
workers shift. In this situation, the bill trap unit will generate a tamper condition upon
removal. In this type of application, it is important that the system must be configured such
that the tamper does not generate a silent alarm. For this occasion, the hook and loop may be
a more suitable mounting technique.
Installation consideration
12.2
During the installation process, use the self-adhesive Velcro strips located on the bottom of
the bill trap base, to secure and stabilize the bill trap in the cash drawer. This is achieved by
performing the following:
1.
Separate the Velcro strips from one another.
2.
Peel off the protective backing of the Velcro strips.
3.
Press the two bottom sections of the Velcro onto the bottom of the cash drawer, in the
desired location.
4.
Line up and press down on the bill trap so that the Velcro on the bottom of the bill trap is
aligned with the Velcro strips inside the cash drawer.
Warning!
!
It is important to check the Velcro strips on a weekly basis for wear and replace when
appropriate in order to prevent potential false alarms.
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RADION universal transmitter
The RFUN-A is a wireless transmitter used for monitoring doors, windows, and other dry
contact devices.
Features include:
–
A cover and wall tamper switch
–
Single input with magnetic contact
–
Ability to connect to an external detector
Dimensions (transmitter)
82.55 mm x 33.02 mm x 19.50 mm
(3.25 in x 1.30 in x 0.76 in)
Dimensions (magnet)
24.50 mm x 18.50 mm x 12.50 mm
(0.97 in x 0.72 in x 0.49 in)
Wire gauge
0.65 mm (22 AWG) to 1.5 mm (16 AWG)
Wiring distance
Maximum distance of 7.62 m (25 ft)
Power/voltage
Lithium battery, 3 VDC (
Battery replacement
One Duracell DL123A, or Panasonic CR123A, or Sanyo
)
CR123A. Check your battery yearly to ensure proper
functionality.
Battery life
Up to 5 years
Device testing
To ensure proper functionality, the device must be tested
at least once every year by an installer.
Temperature (operating)
Functional range: -10°C to +49°C (+14°F to +120°F)
UL only: 0゚C to +49゚C (+32゚F to+120゚F)
Relative Humidity
0% to 93% (non-condensing)
Terminal block
For connecting other dry contact devices such as another
magnetic reed switch.
Wall and cover tamper switch
Transmits a tamper signal when someone removes the
device from its base or pulls it away from the wall.
Frequency
433.42 MHz
Table 13.1: Specifications
Single EOL Resistor Option
Use a 2.2 kᅳΩ EOL resistor. Refer to the diagram below.
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1
3
Figure 13.1: Single EOL resistor option
1 ᅳ Normally-open (NO)
2 ᅳ Normally-closed (NC)
3 ᅳ Input disabled – no contact
13.1
Installation considerations
You have a variety of installation options to consider when installing the device. You must
acknowledge the unique installation approach prior to installation. Some installation
considerations include:
–
The location of the magnet and transmitter in relationship to the door/window frame
dimensions. Verify you have proper clearance with the latch of the window or door you
are installing the device onto. Failure to do so will make it extremely difficult to access
and open the device for maintenance purposes.
–
In some cases, you might need an additional spacer when installing the transmitter and
magnet in the corner of a recessed door or window frame to close the gap in height
between the magnet and transmitter.
–
On surface areas that are not conducive to mounting via the screws, you can secure
transmitters and magnets using an industrial strength adhesive.
–
When installing the magnet, verify that the notches in the magnet base, line up with the
notches in the transmitter base, otherwise the magnet and transmitter do not function
effectively.
–
When installing the magnet base, install the face of the magnet base flush to the surface
edge of the installation location. This prevents damage to the magnet plastic base
whenever a window or door is opened.
–
Adhere to the distances prescribed in the graphical table found in the graphical
Installation and Operation Guide when installing the magnet adjacent to the transmitter.
How to read the Graphical Magnet Distances table
Contained in the universal transmitter Installation and Operation Guide is a graphical table
along with the X ᅳ Y ᅳ Z coordinates graphic. Use the table in conjunction with the graphic to
determine desired distances between the magnet and the transmitter based on the type of
installation (wood or metal).
Notice!
The content in the graphical table applies to EN installations.
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Reed switch settings
Set the detector to enable or disable the reed switch.
Notice!
Please note, insert the jumper onto the pin prior to installing the battery. Failure to do so may
result in unexpected operation of the device.
Figure 13.2: Reed switch
Callout ᅳ Description
1 ᅳ No jumper disables the internal reed switch
2 ᅳ Jumper on enables the internal reed switch
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RADION keyfob
RADION keyfobs (two button and four button) are personal transmitters carried by the user
that allow the user to remotely arm or disarm a security area.
Encrypted keyfobs
Non-encrypted keyfobs
RFKF-FBS-A (P/N: F.01U.313.183)
RFKF-FB-A (P/N: F.01U.263.964)
RFKF-TBS-A (P/N: F.01U.313.186)
RFKF-TB-A (P/N: F.01U.263.976)
Dimensions
63.70 mm x 35.50 mm x 13.00 mm
(2.51 in x 1.40 in x 0.51 in)
Power/voltage
One Lithium battery (CR2032)
3 VDC
Battery replacement
Panasonic CR2032, Duracell DL2032. Check
your Battery yearly to ensure proper
functionality
Battery life
Up to 5 years
Temperature (operating)
Functional range: -10°C to +49°C (+14°F to
+120°F)
UL only: 0゚C to +49゚C (+32゚F to+120゚F)
Relative humidity
0% to 93% (non-condensing)
Frequency
433.42 MHz
Table 14.1: Specifications
Notice!
Please note, the battery does not come installed. Refer to the specification table for the
correct battery type when replacing an old battery.
Keyfob buttons
Refer to your control panel’s documentation to program the functions of the programmable
buttons.
Pressing either the arm or disarm button causes the LED to flash for about 2 sec., indicating
the keyfob sent commands to the control panel.
Notice!
Pressing the Arm and Disarm buttons in unison for 1 sec transmits a panic alarm.
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14.1
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RADION keyfob FB
The RFKF-FB-A/RFKF-FBS-A four button keyfobs are designed for arming (lock icon) and
disarming (unlock icon) the system remotely. You can configure the programmable buttons at
the control panel for additional control functionality. To operate the programmable buttons,
simply press and hold either button for at least one sec in order for the desired feature to
work.
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Uniquely coded arm and disarm buttons
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Panic alarm
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LED indicator
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Programmable option buttons
The RFKF-FBS-A/RFKF-FB-A keyfob includes synchronized encryption and is compatible only
with B810 receivers having firmware v2.01 or higher.
Figure 14.1: Keyfob buttons and LED
1 ᅳ Arm button
2 ᅳ LED
3 ᅳ Disarm button
4 ᅳ Programmable button
5 ᅳ Programmable button
14.2
RADION keyfob TB
The RFKF-TB-A/RFKF-TBS-A two button keyfobs are designed for arming (lock icon) and
disarming (unlock icon) the system remotely. To operate these buttons, simply press and hold
either button for at least one sec in order for the desired feature to work.
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Uniquely coded arm and disarm buttons
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Panic alarm
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LED indicator
The RFKF-TBS-A/RFKF-TB-A keyfob includes synchronized encryption and is compatible only
with B810 receivers having firmware v2.01 or higher.
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Figure 14.2: Keyfob buttons and LED
1 ᅳ Arm button
2 ᅳ LED
3 ᅳ Disarm button
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RADION panic
The RFPB-SB-A/RFPB-TB-A is a transmitter that sends a panic alarm signal to the security
system when one (single button panic), or both panic buttons (2-button panic) are pressed for
1 sec. The single-button, or two-button panic transmitter can be used in a variety of options
such as a pendant, wrist strap, belt clip, depending on the desired accessory. The RADION
panic offers the following features:
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Each transmitter has a unique code
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Panic alarm signal
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One or two button versions
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LED indicator
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Optional accessories
1
1
2
2
Figure 15.1: Panic Buttons
1 ᅳ Panic buttons
2 ᅳ LED
Relative humidity
0% to 93% (non-condensing)
Temperature (operating)
Functional range: -10°C to +49°C (+14°F to +120°F)
UL only: 0゚C to +49゚C (+32゚F to+120゚F)
Dimensions
63.70 mm x 35.50 mm x 13.00 mm
(2.51 in x 1.40 in x 0.51 in)
Power/voltage
One CR2032 Lithium battery, 3 VDC
Battery replacement
Panasonic CR2032, Duracell DL2032. Check your Battery
yearly to ensure proper functionality
Battery life
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Red
Frequency
433.42 MHz
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Table 15.1: Specifications
Notice!
Please note, the battery does not come installed. Verify that the correct battery as defined in
the specification table is installed in the proper polarity.
Optional Accessories
Pendant
Pendant transmitters provide single or two-button activation confirmed by
emitting LED flashes with all transmissions to clearly show users when the unit
is operating. Users can wear the pendants on a neck cord. The pendants are
ideal to meet the needs of patrolling guards, bank employees, and retail store
employees.
Belt Clip
Belt Clip transmitters provide single or two-button activation confirmed by
emitting LED flashes with all transmissions to clearly show users when the unit
is operating. The single‑button design is ideal for assisted living installations
whereas the two‑button design reduces accidental activation.
Wrist Strap Wrist Strap transmitters provide single or two-button activation confirmed by
emitting LED flashes with all transmissions to clearly show users when the unit
is operating.
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Appendices
Icons and symbols
Use the table below for descriptions of the icons and symbols used in the reference guide.
Description
Icon/symbol
Not pet friendly.
Signifies that the item is the correct
choice, selection, or location.
Pet friendly (appropriate height and
weights below graphic.
Point away from rotating machines.
Point away from objects that rapidly
change temperature
Do not mount the device that has direct
exposure to sunlight.
Do not point toward window.
Intended for indoor use only.
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Electrostatic discharge symbol
Symbol against disposing batteries into
the garbage
Humidity range
Temperature range
Frequency range
Duration of time
Questions are answered in the reference
guide.
Universal sign for connecting or
disconnecting power.
Universal sign for connecting to a power
source.
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Battery-related information.
Perform a walk test
Walk test has concluded
Device has wall tamper detection.
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12000 Portland Avenue South
Burnsville MN 55337
USA
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85630 Grasbrunn
Germany
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