Motion Sensor el-2650 OLD

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Motion Sensor el-2650 OLD


     EL-2650 The EL-2650 is a PIR sensor that is able to recognize the direction from which the protected area has been entered. This allows the occupants free movement within the premises, while preventing undetected entrance via doors or windows. The transmission guard feature initiates a four-minute delay after each transmission that serves to lengthen the battery life.

    Pyro Delay Location of Detector Sensor Jumper Consider the following before 32mounting the sensor: Test 1DELAY? Select a location from which the Jumper Battery pattern of the sensor is most TESTHolder likely to be crossed by a burglar, Tamper should there be a break in. Switch LED? Avoid a location that comes in LED direct contact with radiators, Jumper heating/ cooling ducts or air LED conditioners. Indicator PCB +1-20? Do not place bulky objects in +2-1 Screw front of the sensor. Horizontal Adjustment IMPORTANT: Do not install the sensor above beds, sofas, desks or in any area that people are likely to spend Scale Figure 1: EL-2650 (Cover Off) continued periods of time. If the occupant does not move within the delay time, an alarm will be generated when moving away from the protected area.

    Installation Instructions

    1. To open the housing, remove the cover screw and, using a flathead o45screwdriver, press the locking tab at the side of the unit. 2. Remove the PCB by loosening the PCB screw. Note: Do not touch the face of the PYRO sensor. 3. Apply battery power by removing the isolator that separates the battery from the contacts on the battery holder. 4. Place the Test jumper over pins 1 & 2 (Radio Mode); the LED flashes. Note: Install the Mode jumper only after applying battery power. 5. Set the receiver to Registration mode and wait for the receiver to indicate that the transmitter has been registered successfully. Alternatively, the EL-2650 can be registered to the receiver by manually entering the transmitter's serial number. Note: The receiver allocates a transmitter number to each registered unit. Write this number and the number of Figure 2: Wall Mounting the zone on the sticker provided. Affix the sticker inside the front cover for future reference. 6. Remove the jumper and place it over one pin for storage - see Test Jumper Safeguard. 7. Knock out the mounting holes and test the transmitter from the exact mounting position before permanently mounting the unit. 8. Attach the base to the wall at the recommended height of 2.2-2.6m. The EL-2650 can be wall or ceiling mounted. Wall Mounting: Install at a downward angle (45º recommended) with the housing screw facing away from the wall. The lens mask should appear as an arrow pointing to the floor. Ceiling Mounting: Install above the protected entrance, as close as possible to the wall, and remove the lens mask. 9. Mount the PCB at the required setting using the horizontal adjustment scale (see Table 1) and Figure 3: Ceiling Mounting tighten the PCB screw.

    10. Attach the front cover and replace the cover screw. Installation Horizontal Position Short (up to 6m) -1 Long (up to 12m) Between -1 and -2 Ceiling -0.5

    Table 1

Warm-up Time: After applying power, allow the sensor to warm up for 90 seconds. Lens Lens Mask: To position the lens mask, open the plastic housing and remove the Frame lens frame from inside the front cover using a small screwdriver. Position the lens Lens mask as shown in Figure 4 for wall mounting or remove the lens mask for ceiling Mask Operation and Adjustment mounting. Snap the lens frame back into place and replace the sensor’s front cover. Walk Test: After installation, perform a walk test to determine the effectiveness of the installation. To set the sensor to Figure 4: Lens Mask Walk Test mode, place the Test jumper over pins 2 & 3. In Walk Test mode, the alarm delay and transmission guard are cancelled allowing the test to be performed more efficiently. Ideally, the sensor should be tested by entering the room via the protected entrances. If this is not possible, stand about 40cm away from the wall, wait for 10 seconds and walk towards the wall. Confirm that the LED activates and deactivates accordingly. If the LED is not activated at all, slightly move the PCB towards the -2 position and perform the test again. Note: After completing the walk test, remember to remove the Test jumper and place it over one pin for storage.

     3m 1m80cm60cm 40cm40cm 0m

    12m9m6m3m0m Figure 5: Typical Installations, ? Wall Mounted (top view) ? Ceiling Mounted (side view) LED Disable: To disable the LED, remove the LED jumper located next to the LED indicator. Note: The LED should only be disabled after successfully walk testing the detector. Alarm Delay: The re-triggerable alarm delay is designed to allow Delay Jumper Position the occupant to enter the protected area without generating an 1 minute Removed alarm when moving away from the wall. The duration of the alarm 4 minutes Installed delay is selected using the Alarm Delay jumper see Table 2. Table 2 Test Jumper Safeguard: During normal operation, the Test jumper should be placed over one pin for storage. When the Test jumper is placed over two pins, the sensor is either in Registration or Walk Test Mode. As a precaution, these modes are limited to four minutes. After the four minutes have expired, the sensor switches back to normal operation. If this happens, you can reset a mode by removing and replacing the Test jumper.

    Wall Mounted Technical Specifications 0m5m10m12mAntenna: Built-in Internal Whip Frequency: 433.92MHz, 418MHz or 868.35MHz FM Power: 3.6V ? AA Lithium Battery 2.4mCaution: Fire, explosion and severe burn hazard! Do not recharge, disassemble or heat above 100C. Battery Life: 5 years (regular usage) Current Consumption: 30mA (transmission) 6?A (standby) Ceiling Mounted Pyroelectric Sensor: Dual Element Maximum Range: 12m 2.6mOperating Temperature: -10º to 60ºC LED indicator: Jumper Selectable RFI Immunity: 30V/m Adaptive Temperature Compensation 4m2m4m0m2mFire Protection: ABS Plastic Housing Dimensions: 90 x 50 x 40mm Figure 6: Lens Diagrams

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