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Ptx50 manual

Wireless passive infrared (PIR) motion detector PTX50 (EN)
The detector is designed for application in wireless alarm, security systems, access control. It features infrared detection pulse count, sophisticated power saving system allowing up to three years operation on single alkaline 9V battery, KEELOQ® hopping code highest security encrypted transmission, wide angle 90° lens with 15m detection range and optional vertical or animal curtain lenses, sensivity temperature compensation, high radio interference immunity, tamper alarm, low battery warning and blinking LED for self test indication on battery connection. Built-in 433,92 MHz radio transmitter suits the detector to operate with Elmes CB32 control panel and all Elmes receivers including most recommended multi-channel receivers CH4H, CH8H and CH20H. Modes of operation.
Normal (DIP switch 3 in OFF position). Alarm transmissions (three in random time intervals) are
triggered on movement detection in protected area after minimum of two minutes movement absence. If movement is more frequent than two minutes, the detector will switch to battery saving mode and not alarm until detection is made after any two minutes of quietness. Test (DIP switch 3 in ON position). Alarm transmission is triggered on each movement detection in
protected area without switching to battery saving mode. Low battery warning and tamper alarm.
The detector’s battery voltage is monitored. Its drop to 7V results in warning being sent to receiver with any next alarm transmission. At the receiver’s side the warning information is displayed by blinking receiver’s LED (see the receiver’s manual). It will continue so until battery is replaced. Batteries should replaced every three years even no low battery warning is signalled. The tamper alarm is triggered every two minutes on detector’s box opening and lasts for as long as Programming detector to receiver. Fig. 1
1. Set the DIP switches 3 and 4 to ON allowing test operation of the detector with LED set to ON.
2. Install 9V alkaline or lithium battery and close detector’s box. Wait approx. 1 minute till end of the self test (LED stops blinking).
3. Connect the receiver to power supply and place it within no less than 0,5 meter distance from the detector.
4. Set the receiver to learning mode (see receiver’s programming instructions and selecting required channel details).
5. Activate two alarm transmissions from the detector (e.g. moving hand over detector’s lens).
6. Blinking receiver’s LED indicates properly programmed detector to the receiver. If failed, then repeat points 4 and 5 above.
Once programmed to the receiver, the detector’s alarm transmissions will set on receiver’s output relay in the channel the detector is programmed to. Tamper alarm
of the detector will be active in the last channel output of the receiver.
Installation and testing.
Avoid installing the detector in front of any reflective surfaces such as mirrors and windows as they may reflect unwanted sunlight and cause false alarms. Keep it
away from strong airflow, ventilation holes and air ducts. Moisture and oil also affect proper operation of the detector. Do not install the detector close to heaters,
open fire premises nor within the maximum range of the transmitter. Care should also be taken not to install the detector close to radiating cables and metal
surfaces that may cause interference and obstruct radio link with the receiver. Two or more wireless detectors installed close to each other or in one room could
cause radio interference and thus be eliminated as reliable source of alarm detection. Therefore, care should be taken to avoid triggering alarm transmission from
two or more detectors at the same time. The detector should be installed 2 to 3 meters above floor level. Each location should be walk tested and the detector pulse
count individually set to required speed of setting alarm on. Setting the pulse count switches (Fig.2 table) to 1 will generate relatively fast alarm transmission thus
making the detector less immune to false alarms. Selecting 2 or 3 pulses for slower alarm speed is recommended for most standard applications of the detector.
Depending on location and detection coverage needs the detector’s vertical adjustment may be set in two ways. First, by moving the detector’s board to the desired
maximum or minimum far range coverage gauge marked on board versus the board’s screw (± 6 degrees adjustment). Second, by installing the detector on the
back side bottom part which will reduce the far range of detection by 9 degrees. Setting the detector to normal operation requires fixing of the detector’s box to
wall with the use of included installation screws, setting the walk test to OFF (sw. 3), screwing the decoder’s board and closing box with provided security screw.
It is recommended to test wireless alarm installation regularly, e.g. once a month.
Changing detector’s Fresnel lens.
While changing the detector’s lens middle edge triangle cut groove should be upwards positioned matching centering mark of the lens window inside the
detector’s housing. Inserting lens reflector two different size fixing clips should match proper holes in the detector’s housing.
Specification of the PTX50 detector. Fig. 2
- 9V alkaline battery operation with ultra low power requirement (0,015mA at standby), - dual infrared sensing element with programmable pulse count (1-2-3-5) and temperature compensation, - high quality multi-beam Fresnel lens with 90° detection angle coverage and protective sleeve, - internal and external detection range adjustment, - battery voltage monitoring and the detector sabotage protection tamper switch, - CE <5mW/433,92MHz transmitter with 20-50m operating range depending on location, - RF interference immunity better than 10V/m over 0,1 to 1 GHz range, - indoor use with operating temperatures 0 to +40 deg. Celsius. ATTENTION! Use alkaline battery type 6F22 9V only. Battery replacement can be made after opening detector’s plastic housing. Observe
battery polarity when connecting to battery clip.
IMPORTANT! Batteries may contain hazardous substances and cannot be disposed of as hausehold garbage. Deliver used batteries to
collection point or to place of purchase. Batteries supplier or seller is responsible for used batteries and cells collection.
Limited manufacturer’s warranty.
Elmes Electronic products carry manufacturer’s two year limited warranty as from date of purchase. The warranty is limited to the replacement of faulty original
parts or repair defects of improper manufacture. Damage, faulty use or improper handling by the user or installer as well as any changes in product’s hardware or
software caused by the user or any other unauthorised person violets the warranty and all due repair costs will be charged. In all cases, the customer pays costs of
delivery to and from the manufacturer of the products to be serviced. Elmes Electronic shall not bear any liability for any personal or material damage resulting
from its any product direct, indirect or partial failure to operate properly.
KEELOQ® is a registered trade mark of Microchip Technology Inc., USA.
ELMES ELECTRONIC, tel. (+4871) 7845961, fax (+4871) 7845963, e-mail: elmes@elmes.pl. www.elmes.pl

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