1 2 3 MRX–220N DESCRIPTION MRX-220N MRX–220N FEATURES The MRX-220N is a combination of DOUBLE DUAL PIR with MIRROR optics & MW detectors, specially designed for outdoor and harsh environment applications. The Mirror DOUBLE DUAL detector MRX-220N uses varifocal mirrors that improve the focus and the level of energy received by the Pyro Sensors. This combination assures “false alarm free” operation. The detection sensitivity and range is controlled by digital rotary switch allowing 16 calibration levels, so that the effective pattern will be set for every installation environment and protection site. OUTDOOR DOUBLE DUAL MIRROR OPTICS PASSIVE INFRARED & MICROWAVE DETECTOR ELECTRONIC ENGINEERING LTD. INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS • DOUBLE DUAL PYRO sensor and full pattern mirrors for outstanding detection performance and elimination of false alarms. • MW detection based on Doppler concept. • FET based DRO with strip line antenna. • VLSI based electronics with movement speed spectrum analysis. • N.O. & N. C. Relays switched at the same time. • Height installation calibrations free from 1.5m to 3.0m (5ft to 10ft). • 16 levels of MW and PIR sensitivity adjustment. • Micro controller signal processing. • MW and PIR sensitivity adjustment. • Environmental immunity. • Temperature compensation. P/N: 7101296 REV.F A.Y. 4 5 MOUNTING THE DETECTOR 6 INSTALLING THE DETECTOR Choose a location most likely to intercept an intruder. See detection pattern in FIG.: 6. The DOUBLE DUAL high quality sensor detects motion crossing the beam; it is less sensitive detecting motion towards the detector. The MRX-220N performs best when provided with a constant and stable environment. The bracket provides MRX-220N installation on the wall and on the pole, allows changing the installation angle (vertically and horizontally) in wide range (FIG.7). AVOID THE FOLLOWING LOCATIONS ∗ Facing direct sunlight. ∗ Facing areas subject to rapid temperature changes. ∗ Areas with air ducts or substantial air flows. ∗ Facing metal doors. FIG. 1 - REMOVAL OF FRONT COVER 1. To remove the front cover, unscrew the holding screw. Insert a screwdriver between the front and the bottom and pull gently, until the front cover is disengaged. See FIG 1 2. Break out the desired holes for proper wiring as per FIG 5. 3. Insert the wire through the wire access hole, and mount the detector base to the wall with the necessary number of screws. 4. Access for wiring connections is very easy with the terminal block located on the PCB. See FIG 2. 5. Replace the cover by inserting it back in the appropriate closing, screw the holding screw. NOTE: Recommended installation height is 2.4m. 7 8 FIG. 2 - TERMINAL BLOCK CONNECTIONS NC 4 5 6 7 8 9 RELAY C NO EOL TAMPER EOL Terminal 1 - Marked “ - ” (GND) Connect to the ground of the control panel. Terminal 2 - Marked “ + ” (+12V) Connect to a positive Voltage of 8.2 -16Vdc source (usually from the alarm control unit) Terminals 3,4 & 5 - Marked “ NC C NO ” These are the output relay contacts of the detector. Connect to a normally closed or normally opened zone in the control unit. Terminals 7 & 8 - Marked “ TAMPER ” If a Tamper function is required connect these Terminals to a 24-hour normally closed protective zone in the control unit. When an intruder is detected, alarm relays (N.O. and N.C.) will switch for 1.8 sec. WIRE SIZE REQUIREMENTS Use #22 AWG or larger wires. Use the following table to determine required wire gauge and length. Wire Gauge: # 22 20 18 16 Wire Length: m 205 310 510 870 Ft. 800 1200 2000 3400 LED INDICATORS YELLOW LED - MW detection, blinking during warm up period and self testing GREEN LED - PIR detection RED LED – Alarm SENSITIVITY AND RANGE ADJUSTMENT The calibration of range and sensitivity is performed by single digital 16 position rotary switch. There are 3 groups of switch setting according to detection range. Each group is divided to levels of sensitivity according to installation environment. The value of sensitivity level is changed according to optic For WA (Wide Angle) mirror optic Group A - positions 0 – 5 – set sensitivity for 20m detection range Group B - positions 6 – A – set sensitivity for 15m detection range Group C - positions B – F – set sensitivity for 10m detection range 10 WA Low Risk Risk WA Noise Area F Very High Risk High Risk Risk Low Risk 0 1 20m 3 2 E High Risk Very High Risk D 3 Noise Area C 4 Extreme Noise Area B 5 A WA 6 9 8 7 Low Risk Risk 15m 12V 2 10m 1 9 If the front cover of the detector is opened, an immediate alarm signal will be sent to the control unit. Terminals 6 & 9 - Marked “ EOL ” End of line - options. High Risk Very High Risk Noise Area Installation Hight : 3m Bracket : Angle 0° FIG.3 - ROTARY SWITCH SETTING 11 FIG.4 - PCB LAYOUT 12 13 FIG. 5 - OPTIONAL HOLES BLOCK CONNECTOR A ANTENNA DOPPLER FIG. 6 - WA PIR + MW DETECTION PATTERN A B B B LED Mode Jumper ALARM LED ROTARY SWITCH Tamper PIR MW LED LED Double Dual Pyrosensors on opposite side A. Wire access holes B. Use for flat wall mounting or for mounting with the help of bracket 14 FIG. 7 - BRACKET MOUNTING AND ASSEMBLY 2 1 BRACKET SCREW Assembled view Install part 1 to wall using 4 screws; connect part 2 to part 1, adjust the detector to required direction and tighten the bracket screw 15 TEST PROCEDURES Wait one-minute for warm-up time after applying power. Make the test at the protected area free of moving people. LED should be in enable position. 16 TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS NOTE: Walk tests should be done at least once a year to confirm proper operation of the detector. 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There are no warranties, expressed or implied, of merchantability or fitness of the products for a particular purpose or otherwise, which extend beyond the description on the face hereof. 7101296_F TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS (CONT.) Detection Method DOUBLE DUAL element PIR & MW Operating Temperature -20°C to +50°C(-4°F to +122°F) Maximum ripple 2.4Vdc peak to peak at 12Vdc RFI Protection 30V/m 10 - 1000MHz Power Input 8.2 to 16 Vdc EMI Protection Current Draw Start-up: 28mA + 3mA Standby: 23mA + 3mA Active : 20mA + 3mA 50,000V of electrical interference from lightning or power through Visible Light Protection Temperature Compensation stable against halogen light 2.4 m (8ft ) or reflected light YES MW center frequency Alarm Period 1.8 sec Alarm Output N.C 28Vdc 0.1 A with 10 Ohm series protection resistors N.O 28Vdc 0.1 A with 10 Ohm series protection resistors X-Band: 9.9 GHz 10.525 GHz 10.687 GHz Dimensions 154mm x 114mm x 74mm (6.1” x 4.5” x 2.9”) Weight 290gr. (10.23oz) Tamper Switch N.C 28Vdc 0.1A with 10 Ohm series Protection resistor - open when cover is removed Warm Up Period 60 sec Walk test 1. Start walking slowly across the detection zone. 2. Observe that the red LED lights whenever motion is detected. 3. Allow 5 sec. between each test for the detector to stabilize. 17 CROW reserves the rights to change specifications without prior notice 19 20 CROW ELECTRONIC ENGINEERING LTD. This limited Warranty Certificate is the Purchaser's sole and exclusive remedy against Crow and Crow's sole and exclusive liability toward the Purchaser in connection with the products, including without limitation - for defects or malfunctions of the products. This Warranty Certificate replaces all other warranties and liabilities, whether oral, written, (non-mandatory) statutory, contractual, in tort or otherwise. 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