MW-2200 Dual Technology Microwave/PIR Motion Detector

MW-2200 Dual Technology Microwave/PIR Motion Detector
MW-2200 Dual Technology Microwave/PIR Motion Detector
Installation Manual
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INTRODUCTION
EXPLODED VIEW
The MW-2200 (MW/PIR) is
(1) COVER
state-of-the-art, microcomputer
controlled dual technology intrusion
(3) LENS
detectors. The PIR and MW
technologies, when combined in a
single detector, complement each
other to assure the most reliable
detection and immunity to false
alarms. The superiority of the
MW-2200 series over other dual
(5) BEZEL PIN
detectors has been achieved by the
(4) BEZEL
advent of the True Motion
(6) BEZEL PIN
Detection Technology algorithm.
(7)ELECTRICAL CONNECTORS
This advanced motion analysis
(8) PCB SCREW
method provides the MW-2200 with
the ability to distinguish between the
(9) MW SENSITIVITY ADJUST
true motion of a human body and
any other disturbances which
(10) MW MODULE
RED AND GREEN LED
invariably cause false alarms.
Another unique feature of the
(12) PCB
(11)ANTI TAMPER SWITCH
MW-2200 is the MW Motion
(13) DIP SWITCH
Simulator circuit, that simulates the
effect created by a human body
moving in the MW field. The
(14) BACK
simulation routine is carried out
periodically for self-testing,
supervision and assurance that the
MW detector operates properly. In
(2) COVER PIN
addition, the pyroelectric sensor and
its circuitry are tested at regular
intervals by application of a short-duration heat pulse. If they do not react properly, a trouble alert is initiated.
INSTALLATION
1. Location
Installation locations should be carefully selected to avoid proximity to any of the following: reflective surfaces,
direct air flow from vents, fans and windows, sources of steam/oil vapor, objects
Fig-2
causing temperature changes such as heaters, refrigerators and ovens, and infrared
BACK – TOP
light sources.
VIEW
Microwave radiation can pass through glass and non-metallic walls. Be sure to adjust
the MW range so that it does not exceed the room limits, or else a rotating ceiling fan in
the next room, or moving traffic along the outer side of the wall will cause the MW
detector to alarm. Large reflecting objects (especially metals) within the coverage area
can distort the microwave detector's coverage pattern. Although the MW-2200 is
extremely immune to false alarms, it is recommended to avoid installation in a room
with very strong air turbulence or close to high-power electrical cables. If two MW-2200
units are installed in the same room or on opposite sides of a shared wall, they should
not face each other and must be mounted at least 2 meters apart. For best performance
at high ambient temperatures, aim the unit towards the coolest place in the protected
area.
Always mount the unit on a firm and stable surface at a height that renders optimum
coverage of the protected area. Increasing the vertical angle at a certain height will
increase the coverage range.
2. Mounting
Select the detector installation site, based on the required coverage and recommended height of 2.1m (7 ft.)
The detector comes equipped with the “no dead zone” standard lens. If another lens pattern is required,
choose the desired lens and:
a) remove front cover of the detector (1) by gently pushing pin (2) in with a screwdriver.
b) pull out the bezel (4) by lightly pressing on bezel pins (5) and (6).
c) Remove the lens and replace it with the alternate lens. (Note that when the new lens is properly installed,
the grooves should be inside the bezel.)
d) replace the bezel by lightly pressing it in place. Make sure that the lens is centered.
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The unit can be installed directly on the wall or in a corner using the mounting knockouts. Optional swivel
brackets permit greater flexibility when adjusting the coverage area.
After selecting the detector’s location, drill holes for the screws as per figure #2. Holes A, B, C and D are to
be used for corner mounts. For a corner mount, the PCB can be carefully removed by loosening the PCB
screw. In the case of flat surface installation, utilize holes E and F. Run the wires through entry holes G and
connect them according to the marking on the PCB or FIG-3, FIG-4 and FIG-5.
12VDC
Source
EOL
Resistor
In 24-hour
Trouble Zone
Fig-3
24-Hour
Tamper zone
Trouble Tamper
Output
Power
For EOL
Resistor
Burglar
Zone
Alarm
Output
Fig-4. Terminal Block Wiring
3. Wiring
Connect wires to the terminal block in the following order (Fig. 3-5):
12 V (+) and (–)
Connect to a power source within the range of 9 to 16 VDC. Take care not to reverse the polarity.
N.C.
Alarm Output, Connect to normally closed burglar protection zones of the control panel.
TAMP
Tamper Switch, Connect to a normally closed 24-hour tamper zone of the control panel.
TRB
Trouble Output, Connect to a 24-hour trouble zone, parallel to an E.O.L. resistor (see Figure 4).
The TRB open collector output will be grounded upon detector malfunction, causing disturbance in
the trouble zone of the associated alarm system. Alternatively a buzzer or an interface relay may
be connected across the TRB output and the 12 VDC (+) terminals.
Note: Upon completion of installation, all openings in the detector should be sealed with silicone to prevent
drafts or insets from entering the detector.
4. COVERAGE ADJUSTMENT
Using the lens at the recommended installation height of 2.1m (7 ft) +10%, the MW-2200 will provide full
coverage from 1.2m (4 ft) to 12m (40 ft), without any dead zones. Please ensure that the PCB is fixed at the
2.1m (7 ft) mark. (A small vertical adjustment of the PCB (+ 0.5mm) may be required.)
Your unit is equipped with “automatic temperature compensation”, which adjusts amplifier gain to maintain
coverage levels across a wide range of temperatures.
For any of the other lenses, please refer to pattern drawings for each lens. If another installation height is
called for, move the PCB to the proper installation height indicated on the left side of the PCB. A small
adjustment may be required, depending on the protected area.
To create a pet “alley” using the pet alley lens, the recommended installation height is slightly above the
maximum area occupied by the pet. The PCB should be set at the 2.1m (7 ft) mark, regardless of the
installation height for this lens.
Any PCB adjustment should be followed by a walk-test of the protected area. Walk-testing verifies that the
required coverage is in place, as per the lens pattern being used. With standard lens, there should be no
dead zones in the protected area. When walk-testing, always move across the path of detection, not toward
the detector.
5. Power on
After connecting the power source, the MW-2200 starts a 60-second warm-up period, indicated by alternate
flashing of both red and green LEDs. If the alternate flashing of the LEDs do not stop within 60 seconds, a
failure has been detected by the self-test circuit.
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INDICATION AND SETTING
1. LED Indications
The two LEDs (Fig. 1) are used to signal various alarm and trouble messages as shown in Table 1 below:
Table 1. LED Indications
Meaning
Status of LEDs
GREEN RED
Off
Off
No detection
On
Off
MW walk-test detection
Flashes Off
PIR walk-test detection
Off
On
Alarm: MW+PIR detection
Flashes Flashes
Trouble is being detected by the self
test circuitry, or initial warm-up self
test (stops 60 seconds after power
up)
Notes: 1. During walk testing, the first LED to respond is the green one. It illuminates steadily (MW detection)
or flashes (PIR detection), depending on which one of the two detectors discovered the motion first.
Upon subsequent discovery of the motion by the other detector, the green LED will go off and the
red LED will illuminate (alarm).
2. If the green and red LEDs continue to flash beyond the warm-up period, a malfunction or masking
has been diagnosed. Replace the unit without delay.
2. Mode Setting
The mode setting DIP Switch is mounted on the detector’s PCB board (see Fig. 1). It controls four functions
as demonstrated in Fig. 6 and as detailed in Table 2.
Table 2. Mode Setting DIP Switch
Switch
SW-1
Setting
ON
SW-2
ON
Function
Two PIR pulse count triggers the
detector(false alarm prevention)
One PIR pulse count triggers the
detector(high sensitivity)
Alarm walk test LED is enabled*
SW-3
OFF
ON
Alarm walk test LED is disable
MW/PIR walk test LED is enabled
OFF
ON
MW/PIR walk test LED is disable
SW-4
OFF
Output relay opens upon alarm
OFF
Output relay opens upon alarm
And/or when trouble is detected
Default Setting
ON
PIR
Detector
Motion
Pulse
Counter
Output
Relay
Mode
ON
ON
OFF
Red LED
(Alarm Walk Test)
Green LED
(MW/PIR Walk Test)
Fig-6. DIP Switch Mode Selector
*Setting SW-2 and SW-3 to OFF does not disable the trouble indication (flash/flash)
ADJUSTMENT AND TEST
1. Setting the PIR Pulse Count
If you wish to set the PIR detector for maximum false alarm immunity, shift DIP switch 1 (SW-1) to ON. In
this position, two consecutive motion pulses are required to trigger the PIR detection. For faster catch
performance, shift SW-1 to OFF. In this position, only one motion pulse is required to trigger the PIR
detection.
2. PIR Walk Test
A. Rotate the MW sensitivity adjust all the way towards minimum (turn the adjust anti-clockwise).
B. Verify that DIP switch SW-3 is set to ON (the green walk-test LED is enabled).
C. Mount the front cover in place.
D. Walk into the detector's field of view at the expected far edge of the coverage area. The green LED
should flash for up to 5 seconds each time your motion is detected.
Note: If the green LED illuminates steadily, your motion has been detected by the MW detector.
E. If PIR detection is not obtained at the far end of the coverage area, remove the front cover and
re-adjust the vertical angle. Replace the cover and retest.
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3. MW Walk Test
A. Remove the front cover.
B. Verify that the MW sensitivity adjust is set to minimum (turn the adjust anti-clockwise) and DIP switch
SW-3 is set to ON (the green walk-test LED is enabled).
C. Start by moving into the coverage area at the far edge. The green LED should light steadily for up to 5
seconds each time your motion is detected.
D. If your motion was not detected at the far edge of the coverage area, advance the MW adjust slightly
toward maximum(clockwise) and try again until your motion is detected reliably at the far edge.
Caution! The MW detection range must not exceed the far edge of the desired coverage area,
otherwise it will detect movement from outside the walls of the protected area and causes false alarm.
E. Walk across the coverage area at various ranges and verify that your motion is consistently detected.
Note: If PIR trips interfere with your test, disable the PIR by inserting a small piece of cardboard in front of
the sensor.
4. Alarm Walk Test
A. Set DIP switches SW-2 and SW-3 to ON (both LEDs are enabled).
B. Install the front cover in place.
C. Walk across the detector’s field of view in different directions, at various distances from the detector,
and verify proper detection throughout the detector's coverage area (the red LED will illuminate for 3
seconds).
D. When done, remove the cover and set DIP switches SW-2 and SW-3 to OFF to prevent unauthorized
people from tracing the coverage pattern.
E. Remount the cover and fasten it to the base using a small screw at the bottom. S
WARRANTY
The Seller warrants its products to be free from defects in materials and workmanship under normal use for a
period of one year. Except as specifically stated herein, all express or implied warranties whatsoever,
statutory or otherwise, including without limitation, any implied warranty of merchantability and fitness for a
particular purpose, are expressly excluded. Since the Seller does not install or connect the products and
because the products may be used in conjunction with products not manufactured by Seller. Seller cannot
guarantee the performance of the security system. Seller obligation and liability under this warranty is
expressly limited to repairing or replacing, at Seller’s option, any product not meeting the specifications. In no
event shall the Seller be liable to the buyer or any other person for any loss or damages whether direct or
indirect or consequential or incidental, including without limitation, any damages for lost profits stolen goods,
or claims by any other party, caused by defective goods or otherwise arising from the improper, incorrect or
otherwise faulty installation or use of the merchandise sold.
SPECIFICATIONS
Low noise dual-element pyroelectric sensor
Green LED flashes for up to 5 seconds
Selectable, 1 or 2 pulse count
34 beams, 90° field of view
12m x 90°
DRO-stabilized type
2.45 GHz
Adjustable from 25% to 100% (3 m to 12 m)
Green LED illuminates for up to 5 seconds
Red LED illuminates for 2-3 seconds if both PIR
and MW detection are triggered
Alarm Output
Normally closed, 0.1 A resistive / 30 VDC;
18 ohms resistor in series with contacts (Optional
N.O. output)
Alarm Duration
3 seconds (red LED lights and output relay
contacts open)
Tamper Switch
N.C., 50 mA resistive /30 VDC
Trouble Output
Open collector, 100 mA max.
Trouble Indication
LEDs flash alternately and TRB output pulls LOW
RFI Protection
>30 V/m (20 MHz to 1000 MHz)
Power Source
9 to 16 VDC
Operating Current
About 26 mA @ 12 VDC
Mounting
Surface or corner (without brackets), up to 2.4 m
high
Operating Temperature
–10°C to 50°C
Dimensions (H x W x D)
104 x 60 x 35 mm
Net Weight/Shipping Weight 110Grams/145Grams
PIR Sensor
PIR Trigger Indication
Pulse Count
Lens
Coverage
Microwave Oscillator
Microwave Frequency
Microwave Range
MW Trigger Indication
Alarm Indication
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