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    Passive Infrared Detector? 1, 2 or 3 Pulse Count? Look-Down


     Figure 1 64mm/2.5” Place for optional To open, push screw (not supplied) the snapfit with a small screwdriver Knockout Wiring Channel


     Wiring Channel

    Look-Down Zone

    Installation Instructions

    1. Remove the cover by depressing the tab situated at the bottom of the cover. (Refer to figure 1). 2. Loosen the PCB hold down screw without completely removing the circuit board. Mounting Height PCB Setting (Vertical Adjustment) Note: Do not touch the face of the PYRO sensor. (Standard Lens) 0? -5? -10? -15? 3. Knock out the wiring and mounting holes. (Refer to 2.5m/8.2ft 15 12 10.5 9 figure 1). 2.0m/6.6ft 12 9 7.5 6 4. Using table 1 to select an appropriate mounting height, mount the detector lens side down. 1.5m/4.9ft 9.5 6.5 5 3.5 5. Connect the wires according to figure 2. The distances indicated refer to the central lens segment (0?). Table 1 6. Adjust the PCB setting (vertical adjustment) using table 1. 7. Tighten the PCB hold down screw and attach the front cover.

    Operation and Adjustment

    Setting the pulse counter: The detector is supplied in the 3 pulse count mode. Place the jumper over the top two pins for 2 pulses and remove the jumper for 1 pulse. Stabilizing the detector: After applying 9-16Vdc, allow the detector to stabilize for 90 seconds. Walk testing the detector: A walk test is performed to determine whether the detector is fully functional. To do so, walk across the detection pattern of the detector (refer to the lens pattern diagrams as the pattern is determined by the lens used). Confirm that the LED activates and, after two motion free seconds, deactivates). This test should be performed weekly. Note: A walk test should be performed with the detector in the 1 pulse count mode. Setting the LED indicator: Removing the LED jumper disables the LED indicator. Note: The LED should be disabled only after successfully walk testing the detector.


    PROBLEM PROBABLE CAUSE SOLUTION Detector does not reach the Incorrect vertical adjustment. Using table 1, adjust the PCB setting required range. to the correct height. Improper DC connection. Check if the DC power supply is The LED indicator does not properly connected. function. Moving object in detection area (such Refer to the mounting as curtains). recommendations outlined above. If False detection. necessary, mask off problematic Rapid temperature change (heater zones. etc.) in detection area.

    Table 1

Figure 3 TamperSpecifications TamperInput Voltage: 9 -16 Vdc. GndRelayCurrent Consumption: 14mA (standby), 40 mA (alarm). +12VRelayAlarm Output: Dry Contact N.C. 500mA, 200Vdc. Tamper Switch: Dry Contact N.C. 3A, 200Vdc. Field of View: 110?. Coverage: 15m. Detection Zones: 4 Planes of view, Multi-level. Pulse Count Jumper: Refer to diagramPyroelectric Sensor: Dual pyroelectric element. below for required settingLED Indicator: Jumper Selectable. 123LED Jumper:Insert to enablePulse Count: Selectable (1, 2 or 3). 2LED. Remove toTemperature Compensation: Thermistor 3disable LEDReverse Polarity Protection: Diode Fire Protection: ABS Tamper SwitchWeight: 150 g.

    0Ordering Information -5Vertical-10Adjustment ScalePRESIDENT: ELPN 5100104 -15 ELPN 5100116 (No Look-Down Zone) Lens Patterns (shown at a vertical adjustment

    of 0?)Lens S - Standard Lens N - Long Range Top View Top View

     Side View Side View

     Lens C - Curtain Lens F - Pet Side View Top View

     Top View Side View

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Passive Infrared Detector? 1, 2 or 3 Pulse Count? Look-Down


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