This feature gives the installer time to walk-test the unit as explained below. Dep't of Justice, 1999 This notebook contains over 200 applications for installing magnetic contacts, motion detectors, glassbreak detectors and other security equipment. Note: The distances in the illustrations represent the maximum detection distances under ideal circumstances. Match the wires to the terminals on the thermostat and secure it to the wall. When a Temperature Compensation failure occurs, the sensor defaults to room temperature sensitivity and continues to operate normally while signalling trouble.
The sensor can be corner, wall, or bracket mounted see Accessories section. Observetothe properas shown using wire size 0. Side View A wall tamper switch is also provided. Before mounting the sensor, install a tamper screw in the wall so it protrudes 6. Additionally, the sensor should be installed on a surface where the temperature is similar to that of the area being protected and not pointed at direct or reflected sunlight. Note: Pulse count 2 setting is not recommended for long range devices. Temperature Compensation failure: The sensor checks Temperature once every 100 ms.
However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If the power terminals are wired correctly, and the sensor does not operate when power is applied, replace the sensor. Take note of the terminals that the wires are attached to. While there are different models of Honeywell thermostats, the basic installation procedure remains the same, and overall, installing the thermostat is a fairly easy task which should only take a homeowner a couple of hours. Each sensor is shipped with the cover tamper operational. The tamper screw will depress the back tamper lever as shown.
If an alarm occurs while armed, an alarm is triggered, and the sensor stores the event in memory. No password or user name is required to review these manuals. This will create a wildcard search. To clear the alarm event from memory, the sensor should be re-armed briefly 0. Corrective Action: Check to make sure the Power terminals are wired correctly. Test to ensure it works properly. If using a mounting bracket see the Accessories section, and follow the installation instructions supplied with the bracket.
Please call or email us for questions or for prices on equipment shown in the Notebook but not on the website. Or use the Find-A-Solution button from the home page. All other trademarks are the properties of their respective owners. To install a Honeywell thermostat, remove the old thermostat, label the wires, and install the new thermostat by matching the wires up to the device. A walk-test is required after mounting to ensure proper detection.
This will locate the exact phrase which contains all of the words referenced. Operation is subject to the following two conditions: 1 This device may not cause harmful interference, and 2 this device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation. Corrective Action: Replace the sensor. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. .
If an additional wire needs to be installed, the homeowner should retain the services of a professional. Set the sensitivity appropriate for the application see options below , replace the front cover, and apply power to the sensor. It is the most widely used application reference source in the security industry today. Be aware that if the thermostat has five wires, rather than the usual four, it may be necessary to install an extra wire. Honeywell Test and Measurement products include transducers, load cells, accelerometers, displacement transducers, instrumentation and amplifiers in a wide variety of models and ranges. Wire Knockouts Select the mounting location. .
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