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PC-PIR15-D Wireless Detector

Article ID: 13
Last updated: 21 Jun, 2013
Revision: 5

Transmitter (Sensor) Specifications

Detection Method

Passive Infrared

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Detection Area

50’ Long / 17’ Fan

Angle Adjustment

± 45⁰ Vertically & ± 5⁰ Horizontally

or

± 5⁰ Vertically & ± 45⁰ Horizontally

Transmit Range

2000’ Line of Sight

Power Source

9v Alkaline Battery

Battery Life

≈ 2 years (250x per day at 70⁰F)

Frequency

418 MHz

Operating Temp

15⁰F to 120⁰F (indoor/outdoor)

Weight

6.3 oz

Dimensions

4.50” x 3.22” x 4.12”

 

Receiver (Chime) Specifications

Chime Tone

3 Tones & Continuous Zone

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Volume

Adjustable 0 to 80dB (5 levels)

Status Indicator

Power Indicator: Green

and

Zone Indicator: Red x 3

Output Timer

Selectable Off/1/5/30/60s/utility

Power Source

9v DC (Exclusive AC Adapter)

Frequency

418 MHz

Operating Temp

15⁰F to 105⁰F (indoor)

Weight

6.0 oz

Dimensions

3.5”x 1.1” x 7.4”

 

Wiring

White Wire (Depicted in Grey)

 

N.O. (SS-RC10)     

IN (PC-Display)

 

 

 

 

Black Wires

 

COM (SS-RC10)      

- (PC-Display)

 

- (Power Supply)

- (PC-Display)

 

 

 

 

Red Wire

 

+ (Power Supply)

+ (PC-Display)

 

Caution

·         Do not use sensor outdoors under severe conditions (outside temperature range, rapid temperature change, high humidity, steam, or smog.

·         Use at least 3’ away from electronics (TVs, radios, computers, microwaves, and other devices with electric motors).

·         Direct light or moving objects can cause false alarms

·         Harsh cleaners (paint removers or benzene) may ruin the surface. Use a soft, wet cloth and mild soap.

·         Do not use any other AC adapter except what is included.

·         Transmission range may decrease if installed on metal surface, if steel or reinforce concrete obstructs line of sight.

 

Sensor (Transmitter) Setup

Overview

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Detection Area

Fan Pattern (Default Setting)

Long Range

Height

Area

Width x Length

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8ft

7ft x 1ft

10ft

8ft x 1.3ft

13ft

11ft x 1.6ft

17ft

14ft x 2ft

 

Selecting Detection Area

1.       Use a screwdriver to carefully open the sensor casing.

2.       Choose the detection area pattern by pointing the arrow to either F (Fan) or L (Long).

3.       Turn the mask (clockwise or counter-clockwise) to the optimal position for detection.

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Fan Pattern: Over a Doorway

Fan Pattern: Counter-Mounted, Looking Across a Doorway

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Fan Pattern: Wall-Mounted, Looking Across a Doorway

Long Range: Straight-Ahead or Short Range Coverage

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Long Range: Right or Left Side Covering

Long Range: Counter-Mounted, Looking Across a Doorway

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Installation

1.       Use a screwdriver to open the casing

2.       Attach the battery to the connector

3.       Fasten the battery with the battery clamp hook.

4.       Remove the knockouts of the rear cover and fix the rear cover in place using screws

5.       Close the casing.

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Verify Working Condition

1.       Walk and make sure that the detection area covers the intended space.

2.       Verify that the status indicator agrees with the chosen detection pattern.

3.       Verify that the movement direction and detection direction area are the same.

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Chime (Receiver) Setup

Overview

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Installation

Wall Mounting

Use the mounting screw on a wall. Leave some length of the screw out.

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Table Top

Pull out the stand on the back of the receiver/chime and place it on any flat surface.

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Terminal Connection

Any device with a zero voltage input terminal can be connected to this terminal. This may include electronic locks, emergency sounding devices, and automatic reporting equipment.

1.       Remove the connection terminal cover.

2.       Use the terminal marked COM-N.O. for N.O. devices and COM-N.C. for N.C. devices.

3.       Remove knockouts according to wiring needs.

4.       Close the connection terminal cover.

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Teach Transmitter Codes

Each transmitter has a unique transmitter code, which can be automatically learned by the receiver. The receiver’s zones must be taught to respond to the appropriate transmitter. (No transmitter is taught on default setting.)

1.       The receiver automatically starts in “Learn Mode” if no transmitter code has been programmed. Alternately, press and hold switch 1 until the power indicator starts to flash.

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2.       Activate the transmitter by waving your hand in front of the sensor lens to trigger it.

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3.       Verify that the receiver has learned successfully by observing the zone indicators of the receiver.

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·         Each zone can learn a maximum of 3 transmitters

·         Zone indicator shows the activated transmitter by the number of flashes. (e.g., if learned second transmitter in zone 1 is activated, zone 1 indicator flashes twice.)

·         A single transmiter cannot be learned by multiple zones

·         The receiver learned code will keep memorized even if turning off the power.

 

Erasing Codes from memory

1.       Hold down switch 1 until the power indicator starts to flash.

2.       Press switch 2 until the appropriate zone indicator is lit.

3.       Press switch 1 to erase. The zone indicator will start to flash.

4.       Press switch 2 a few times until the power indicator stops flashing and remains lit.

5.       To erase all programming, and return to factory default, turn on power while holding switch 1.

Volume Adjustment

This adjustment is applicable for zones 1 to 3 as a group and zone 4 independently. There are volume settings from level 0 to 4. The default setting for zones 1 through 3 is level 3, for zone 4, the default is level 4.

·         Press switch 2 once to activate Volume Adjustment Mode for zones 1 through 3, or hold switch 2 for 5 seconds for zone 4. The power indicator goes off and zone indicators display the current setting.

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Note: The receiver will automatically return to normal operation status after 5 seconds without any operation. The zone indicators will turn off and the power indicator will remain lit.

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Terminal Output Duration Adjustment

There are two modes that can be set according to the application.

 

Regular Mode

Utility Output Mode

Zone 1

Chime Tone 1

Terminal Output

(Time duration according to setting)

Zone 1

Chime Tone 1

No Terminal Output

Zone 2

Chime Tone 2

Zone 2

Chime Tone 2

Zone 3

Chime Tone 3

Zone 3

No Chime

Terminal output for only 5 seconds

Zone 4

Continuous tone and terminal output

(Latches until switch 2 is pressed to deactivate)

Zone 4

Continuous tone and terminal output

(Latches until switch 2 is pressed to deactivate)

Note: Time of chime will not change according to terminal output duration adjustment.

 

Press switch 1 twice within 2 seconds to activate Terminal Output Duration Mode. The zone indicators will display the current setting.

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Note: The receiver will automatically return to normal operation status after 5 seconds without any operation. The Zone indicators will turn off and the power indicator will remain lit.

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Low Battery Indicator (Receiver & Transmitter)

Transmitter Indicator

When the power is low, the status indicator will flash. There is no need to readjust the transmitter after battery replacement.

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Receiver Indicator

When the transmitter battery is low, the zone indicator will flash and chime, followed by 2 beeps. Receiver operation will halt until the batteries are replaced or switch 2 is pressed. There is no need to relearn the transmitter after battery replacement.

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Display

The PC-Display’s counts are reset to zero by using the SenSource Magnetic Tool and holding it over the RESET sticker above the wire connections. (If the Magnetic Tool is lost, any magnet will work.)


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