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PDF Content Summary: No.59-1547-1 High Mount Outdoor Detector INSTALLATION MANUAL High Mount Outdoor Detector HX HX -40RAM -40RAM CONTENTS INTRODUCTION By utilizing the OPTEX’s unique pyro-element, HX series achieves high reliable detection performance against false and missed alarms. HX series provides stable and accurate detection in outdoor severe environmental conditions. 1-1 BEFORE YOUR OPERATION 1-2 PARTS IDENTIFICATION 1-3 DETECTION AREA PREPARATIONS 2-1 TRANSMITTER PREPARATION 2-2 BATTERY PREPARATION INSTALLATION 1 2 2 3 4 HX-40RAM: Battery operated model with IR anti-masking feature. Installation and connection methods differ 3-1 DETERMING THE DETECTION LENGTH 5 3-2 MOUNTING THE BATTERY 5 3-3 MOUNTING THE TRANSMITTER AND THE BATTERY BOX 7 depending on the type and size of the 3-4 MOUNTING THE BRACKET 8 transmitter battery. 3-5 ADJUSTING THE VERTICAL ANGLE 9 3-6 WIRING 10 SETTING 4-1 FUNCTION 11 4-2 ANTI-MASKING 13 4-3 AREA ADJUSTMENT 14 SPECIFICATIONS 5-1 SPECIFICATIONS 15 5-2 DIMENSIONS 16 1 INTRODUCTION 1-1 BEFORE YOUR OPERATION Warning Warning Caution Do not repair or modify product Parallel 2.5 - 3.0 m (8.3 - 10 ft.) Keep the product away from the water Mount the unit securely Tilt The check ( ) mark indicates recommendation. The cross ( ) mark indicates prohibition. -1- 12345 N219 1-2 PARTS IDENTIFICATION Bracket base Base Terminals Main unit Side view (Installation height 3.0 m (10 ft.) ) (Installation height 2.5 m (8.3 ft.) ) Screw (3×10 mm) Battery box PIR sensor (Don not touch) Bracket Anti-masking infrared LED Shaft cover Screw (4×20 mm) Lock screw (M4×35 mm) Area masking seal LED indicator Lens Cover Lock screw Accessories Battery leads Dummy battery Alarm cable Velcro tapes 1-3 DETECTION AREA Top view 12 m (40 ft.) 8 m ) .tf0 1((26.7ft.) m 0 .312 m (40 ft.) ) .tf3 .8(° 58m 5 .2• vertical angle : 2.5 degrees (1 click) upward (Refer to “caution” in 3-5). 8 m (26.7ft.) 12 m (40 ft.) ° 02° 03°04° 01 -2- 0 Hood Note : How to change detection length>> Apply area masking seal to limit the detection length. Note that there are three different types of seal. 2 2133 9.0 m (30 ft.) ) .tf0 1(m 0 .35.5 m (18.3 ft.) 1 1 ) .tf0 1(2 m 0 .32 PREPARATIONS To use HX-40RAM, transmitter and battery should be prepared. First check the following flowchart. • transmitter size • battery type • battery preparation • Reference Is it possible to accommodate the transmitter in the space Yes between Base and Main unit (refer to 2-1)? It is possible to share the Yes batteries Prepare the of HX-40RAM. required batteries which are the same type as used in the transmitter. Refer to Is the battery in the transmitter CR123, CR2, or 1/2AA? “Battery Sharing Possible case” in 2-2. No Change the transmitter. It is not possible to share the No batteries of HX-40RAM. Prepare the required batteries for HX-40RAM. Refer to “Battery Sharing Impossible case” in 2-2. 2-1 TRANSMITTER PREPARATION The transmitter that HX-40RAM can accommodate are either 1 or 2 below: Note that a transmitter with greater dimensions than these is not applicable. Installation position for the transmitter and the battery box differ depending on their dimensions. Case 1) 122 × 50 × 33 mm Case 2) 80 × 50 × 22 mm 22 Battery box 140 80 Transmitter Battery box Transmitter 15 -3- 4.0 m (13.3 ft.) 3.0 m (10 ft.) 132 2-2 BATTERY PREPARATION -Battery Sharing Possible Case Power supply is available from the battery box to both HX-40RAM and the transmitter. Type CR123A CR2 1/2AA 1/2AA(*1) Voltage 3.0VDC 3.0VDC 3.6VDC 7.2VDC(*1) Number of cells to use 3 cells 3 cells 3 cells 6 cells(*1) HX-40-RAM Main unit (See P5) Transmitter HX-40RAM Battery box POWER INPUT Not used HX-40RAM Main unit Note that the battery type shall be the same as that used for the transmitter. Dummy battery *1: 3.6 VDC 1/2 AA battery in series. ALARM OUTPUT POWER -Battery Sharing Impossible Case Separate batteries for HX-40RAM and the transmitter. Type CR123A Voltage 3.0VDC Number of cells to use 3 cells POWER OUTPUT (See P6) Transmitter HX-40RAM Battery box POWER INPUT 3 INSTALLATION DETERMING THE DETECTION LENGTH MOUNTING THE BATTERY MOUNTING THE TRANSMITTER AND THE BATTERY BOX MOUNTING THE BRACKET ADJUSTING THE VERTICAL ANGLE If CR123A battery cells are unavailable, three CR2 battery cells (3.0 VDC) can be substituted. Do not use 1/2AA batteries. * Do not use the attached dummy batteries or battery lead. TROUBLE OUTPUT ALARM -Installation procedure -Battery Sharing Possible Case -Battery Sharing Impossible Case -4- 3-1 DETERMING THE DETECTION LENGTH Apply masking seal to set the detection length directly on lens. To set an length shorter than the standard 12 meters, select one of the three patterns and apply the appropriate masking seal to the lens. 9.0 m (30 ft.) ) .tf0 1(m 0 .3Warning Do not use batteries of different capacities (i.e.: mixing new and used batteries) or of different manufacturers and/or types together. Not observing the above may result in an explosion, leakage of electrolyte, emission of toxic gases or other outcomes that may be harmful to people and property.5.5 m (18.3 ft.) ) .tf0 1(m 0 .34.0 m (13.3 ft.) 1 1 ) .tf0 1(2 m 0 .33-2 MOUNTING THE BATTERY -Battery Sharing Possible Case 12 Remove the battery box from the main unit. 3 Remove the battery box cover. Mount batteries and put the cover onto PullOpen the claws (at 2 places). the right position indicated on the side of the battery box. Hook the cover firmly by the claws on the right and left sides. CR123A×3 (3.0VDC) CR2×3 (3.0VDC) Disengage the bosses (at 2 places). Lift and remove 1/2AA×3 (3.6VDC) 1/2AA×6 (7.2VDC×3) (*1) Open the claws (at 2 places) slightly. Do not contact the ends of the red and black wires to avoid short- circuit. *1: 3.6 VDC 1/2 AA battery in series. Caution>> 4 Open the transmitter cover and remove the battery. -5- 132 6 5 Place the battery lead (included in the set) and a dummy battery in the battery Connect the alarm cable to the transmitter and close the cover. case of transmitter. Transmitter CR123A CR2 1/2AA 1/2AA Dummy battery * Twist and cut off the portion that fits the applicable battery type.BATTERY LEAD(red) BATTERY LEAD(black) Dummy battery Open the claws (at 2 places). Open the claws (at 2 places) slightly. Put the alarm wire outside through the wiring hole Alarm cable -Battery Sharing Impossible Case Arrange 3 cells each of CR-123A (recommended) or CR2. Warning Do not use batteries of different capacities (i.e.: mixing new and used batteries) or of different manufacturers and/or types together. Not observing the above may result in an explosion, leakage of electrolyte, emission of toxic gases or other outcomes that may be harmful to people and property.1Remove unit. the battery box from the main CR123A CR2 2Remove the battery box cover. 3 After installing the batteries, check the guide on the side and install the cover. PullHook the cover firmly by the claws on the right and left sides. Disengage the bosses (at 2 places). Lift and remove Caution>> Do not contact the ends of the red and black wires to avoid short- circuit. 4 Connect the alarm cable to the transmitter and close the cover. Transmitter Alarm cable Put the alarm wire outside through the wiring hole -6- 3-3 MOUNTING THE TRANSMITTER AND THE BATTERY BOX 123 Using a Velcro tape (included in the set), fix the transmitter to the main unit. Example of Case 1 Example of Case 2 Connect the alarm cable to the terminal block of the main unit. Install the battery box into the main unit and connect the necessary wires to the terminal block. (refer to “3-6 Wiring”) Example of Case 1 Example of Case 2 Insert and secure here. (See 2-1) (See 2-1) Velcro tape Velcro tape Place the main unit Put the cover on 3 Engage 3 the claws (at 2 places). 2Tighten the locking screws. Engage 1 the bosses (at 2 places) Caution>>Fix the battery leads and alarm cable through the grooves as shown in the diagram. Cut off the excessive portion of wiring to the necessary length. Protruding wires, if any, may be caught by the base. Engage the claws (at 2 places). Insert and 2secure here. 1 Engage the bosses (at 2 places) Caution>> If the main unit does not easily fit on to the base, the transmitter may be in contact or the wiring may have become caught. -7- 45 1 2 3 Fix the base to the wall surface. Mount the main unit and the lens onto the base. 3-4 MOUNTING THE BRACKET Using the bracket makes it possible to adjust the unit horizontally by ± 90 degrees. In cases where the ground is uneven and therefore not parallel with the base of the unit, it is possible to adjust the unit vertically by ± 20 degree (refer to 3-5)Caution>> Do not change the detection length with bracket. Use the masking seal to adjust the detection length. 90° 90° -Bracket installation 1Remove the up-down lock screw. 4 Fasten the bracket to the wall. Change the bracket direction according to whether the Main unit is to face left or right. 2Push the shaft cover clip outwards to remove the shaft cover. Shaft cover 5Open the up-down lock screw knockout for bracket. Press with suitable tool. e.g. small screwdriver 3 Loosen the adjustment screw two turns. Adjustment screw Caution>> Do not loosen the screw too much. The screw separates from the unit. -8- 20° 20° 6 Install the base on the bracket. 7Adjustment screw 8Caution>> 9Do not tighten the up-down lock screw. 1011 3-5 ADJUSTING THE VERTICAL ANGLE To have the right performance, set the vertical angle parallel to a ground. Decide the wanted detection length at first. If you choose 9.0m/5.5m/4.0m, mask the unwanted lens with masking seals. Refer to the 3-1 for the details. Carry out the walk test to check if the vertical angle is perpendicular or not. If you see the detection only If you see the detection outside inside the designated distance, the designated distance, change change the vertical angle upward. If you see the the vertical angle downward. detection at the designated distance, no adjustment is needed. * This is the case to have 12 meters detection length. Caution>> If the base of the unit is already parallel to the ground, • Do not change the detection distance by tilting the unit up or down. Detection area and length should be adjusted with masking tapes. Refer to 1-3 and 3-1 for the details. • Walk test the unit to ensure that the desired detection distance is achieved. 0°5° (2 clicks) 0° is the right setting for 3m (10 ft.) 10° (4 clicks) height installation. Adjust 1 click (2.5° upward) for 2.5m (8.3 ft.) height installation to maintain the 12m (40 ft.) detection range. NOTE: This setting is available only for the HX is installed vertically to the ground. -9- Decide the horizontal angle, and tighten the adjustment screw clockwise. Install the Main unit and cover on the base. Complete the 3-5 “ADJUSTING THE VERTICAL ANGLE”. Remove the cover and the Main unit to tighten the up-down lock screw, and install the Main unit and cover on the base again. Fit the shaft cover into the place. 12 m (40 ft.) 3.0 m (10 ft.) 3-6 WIRING STAMPERCOM NC TROUBLE NC NO SP ALARMNO COM NC POWER - OUT + POWER - + IN 1 *) .O.N(T UPTUO1 *) MOC(T UPTUOR EPMATR EPMAT1 *) .C.N(T UPTUOR EPMATT UPTUOE LBUORTT UPTUOE LBUORT) .O.N(T UPTUOE RAPM RALA) MOC(T UPTUO) .C.N(T UPTUOM RALAM RALA) –(T UPTUO) +(T UPTUO) –(T UPNI) +(T UPNINO R EWOPR EWOPR EWOPR EWOPNO *1: TAMPER terminals to be connected to a 24 hour supervisory loop. -Battery Sharing Possible Case Transmitter HX-40RAM Battery box Dummy battery POWER INPUT -Battery Sharing Impossible Case • Use a transmitter with 2 inputs or low battery terminal and connect to TROUBLE OUTPUT. • Use 2 small transmitter units and connect one unit to the alarm wiring and the other to the trouble wiring (the size of such transmitters should be small enough to be accommodated in the HX-40RAM internal spaces (A/B)). • To output LOW BATTERY SIGNAL to ALARM OUTPUT terminal, set DIP-SW 5 (see p12) “Trouble output” to “ Trouble output + Alarm”. TAMPER NO COM NC TROUBLE OUT (T.O.) SP ALARM NO COM NC POWER - OUT + POWER - + IN HX-40RAM Main unit ALARM OUTPUT POWER HX-40RAM Main unit Transmitter HX-40RAM Battery box Not used TROUBLE OUTPUT ALARM OUTPUT POWER POWER INPUT -10- TAMPER COM NC TROUBLE OUT (T.O.) SP ALARM NO COM NC POWER - OUT + POWER - + IN TAMPER NO COM NC TROUBLE OUT (T.O.) SP ALARM NO COM NC POWER - OUT + POWER - + IN SETTING 4 4-1 FUNCTION Dip SW 1 WALK TEST MODE 2 BATTERY SAVING TIMER 3 IMMUNITY 4 TROUBLE OUTPUT TYPE 5 TROUBLE OUTPUT TERMINAL 6 LED ON/OFF PIR SENSITIVITY (p13) ANTI-MASKING SENSITIVITY Do not touch -WALK TEST MODE NORM. TEST Caution>> After completing a walk test, always set the unit to NORM position for operation. Using the unit in TEST mode will shorten the battery life. -BATTERY SAVING TIMER STD (factory default) (p13) POSITION FUNCTION NORM. •LED will lights at the time of detection regardless DIP-SW 6. TEST (Lights up irrespective of the LED ON/OFF (DIP- (factory default) SW 6, see p13) setting) •Alarm will be generated at the time of detection regardless DIP-SW 2. •Normal operation. (Battery saving mode.) •LED is off. (When LED ON/OFF is OFF.) NOTE: For the walk test, move more than 1m(3.3ft.) away from the detector. Even if there are continuous alarm events, the alarm is generated only once in the timer period to save the battery life. POSITION FUNCTION 120s 5s (factory 120s default) 120 seconds 5s 5 seconds. -IMMUNITY SWITCH Dip switch 3 POSITION FUNCTION IMMUNITY Normal sensitivity. Sensitivity will be relaxed under the hostile STD IMMUNITY environment. -11- Dip switch 2 Dip switch 1 Dip -TROUBLE OUTPUT TYPE switch 4 N.C. N.O. Select the contact point output form with the TROUBLE OUTPUT TERMINAL. POSITION FUNCTION N.C. (factory default) N.O. * This setting is valid only when the “TROUBLE OUTPUT TERMINAL (factory default)” is selected at Dip switch 5. TROUBLE OUTPUT TERMINAL (factory default) N.C. signal is output to the TROUBLE OUTPUT TERMINAL. N.O. signal is output to the TROUBLE OUTPUT TERMINAL. Trouble signal output >> Trouble signal at regular intervals is output after trouble condition continues for a certain period. • ANTI MASKING OUTPUT When an object is placed close to the lens surface, for a period of more than 180 seconds, the IR Anti-Masking circuit will activate and generate a trouble signal. Anti-Masking output will be automatically reset within about one minute after a masking object is removed. • LOW BATTERY OUTPUT When the battery capacity becomes low, the unit automatically outputs fixed time transmission to call attention. When LOW BATTERY signal is output, Anti-Masking function will be canceled in order to extend the battery life. When LOW BATTERY signal is output, replace all the batteries with new ones. Warning Do not use batteries of different capacities (i.e.: mixing new and used batteries) or of different manufacturers and/or types together. Not observing the above may result in an explosion, leakage of electrolyte, emission of toxic gases or other outcomes that may be harmful to people and property.-TROUBLE OUTPUT (T.O.) TERMINAL Dip switch 5 POSITION FUNCTION TROUBLE OUTPUT +ALARM TERMINAL Trouble signal is output from the TROUBLE OUTPUT TERMINAL. TROUBLE TROUBLE OUTPUT OUTPUT +ALARM Trouble signal is output from the TROUBLE OUTPUT TERMINAL and the ALARM TERMINAL. -12- Dip -LED ON/OFF switch 6 POSITION FUNCTION OFF The LED does not light even at the time of (factory default) detection. ON The LED lights when someone is detected. OFF ON -PIR SENSITIVITY PIR SENSITIVITY POSITION HIGH MIDDLE (factory default) LOW Low sensitivity POSITION HIGH STD (factory default) OFF FUNCTION High sensitivity Middle sensitivity HIGH MIDDLE LOW 4-2 ANTI-MASKING -ANTI-MASKING SENSITIVITY FUNCTION HIGH High sensitivity STD Standard sensitivity OFF Disabled Caution >> When turning on the power, do not leave any object with 1 meter from the unit. -13- -LED INDICATION Red OFF Light Blink STATUS Alarm Warm-up period Trouble output LED Indication Red lights Red blinks Anti-Masking booting (Anti-Masking start up) Red blinks 2 times and goes off for 5 sec. This movement is repeated. Anti-Masking Red blinks 3 times and goes off for 3 sec. This movement is repeated. Low Battery Output Red blinks 4 times rapidly and goes off for 3 sec. This movement is repeated. NOTE: To distinguish a trouble output caused by low battery power, the low battery power LED display will light up when the cover is opened even if the LED ON/OFF (DIP-SW 6, see p13) is set to OFF. 4-3 AREA ADJUSTMENT -DETECTION LENGTH ADJUSTMENT To limit the detection length, apply the appropriate masking seal. Note that there are three different types of seal. 9.0 m (30 ft.) ) .tf0 1(m 0 .3Pasting on example for masking No. 5 and No. 6 Area masking seal 5.5 m (18.3 ft.) ) .tf0 1(m 0 .34.0 m (13.3 ft.) 1 1 ) .tf0 1(2 m 0 .3-AREA MASKING 123450 6789 -14- 19 28 37 4 65 56 132

SPECIFICATIONS 5 5-1 SPECIFICATIONS Model HX-40RAM Detection method Passive infrared PIR Coverage 12 m (40 ft.) 85° wide / 94 zones Distance limit 4 m, 5.5 m, 9 m, 12 m (13 ft, 18 ft, 30 ft, 40 ft.) Detectable speed 0.3 – 1.5 m/s (1 – 5 ft/s) Sensitivity 2.0°C (3.6°F) at 0.6 m/s Power input 3 – 7.2VDC Lithium Battery (CR123A×3, CR2×3, 1/2AA×3, 1/2AA×6) Operating Voltage 2.5 – 9VDC Current draw 30μA(standby) / 4 mA (max) at 3VDC Alarm period 2.0 ± 1 sec Warm-up period Approx. 90 sec(LED blinks) Alarm output Form C -Solid State Switch- 10VDC 0.01A max Trouble output N.C./N.O. Selectable -Solid State Switch- 10VDC 0.01A max Tamper output Form C. 28V DC, 0.1A max. changes when cover removed. Disable: During normal operation. LED indicator Enable: During WALK TEST or LED SW on. Red: Warm-up, Alarm, Trouble, Low battery RF Interference No alarm 10 V/m Operating temperature -20 – +60°C (-4 – +140°F) Environment humidity 95% max Weatherproof IP55 Mounting Wall (Outdoor, Indoor) Mounting height 2.5 - 3.0 m (8.3 - 10 ft.) Bracket adjust angle Vertical: ± 20° Horizon: ± 95° Weight 600 g (21.2 oz) Accessories Bracket, Hood, Area masking seal, Screw kit (3×10-2, 4×20-4) Velcro tape×2, Alarm cable, Battery lead×2, Dummy battery kit

* Specifications and design are subject to change without prior notice. -15- 5-2 DIMENSIONS Using bracket and hood Without bracket and hood 266(10.5) 148(5.8) 92(3.6) 99(3.9) ) 1.8(502) 8.7(5.791Unit:mm (inch) Unit:mm (inch) The HX-40 series is only a part of a complete system, we cannot accept complete responsibility for any damages or other consequences resulting from an intrusion. Due to our policy of continuous improvement Optex reserves the right to change specification without prior notice. As a rough indication of battery change timing, enter the battery type and the date it was first used. Battery type Date (Year/Month) OPTEX (ISO (ISO 9001 14001 Certified) CO., Certified) LTD. (JAPAN) OPTEX TEL:+1-909-993-5770 Tech:(800)966-7839 URL:http://www.optexamerica.com INCORPORATED (USA) OPTEX OPTEX KOREA CO., LTD. (KOREA) TEL:+82-2-719-5971 URL:http://www.optexkorea.com SECURITY Sp.z o.o. (POLAND) TEL:+48-22-598-06-55 URL:http://www.optex.com.pl 5-8-12 Ogoto Otsu Shiga 520-0101 OPTEX (EUROPE) LTD. (UK) JAPAN TEL:+81-77-579-8670 TEL:+44-1628-631000 URL:http://www.optexeurope.com FAX:+81-77-579-8190 URL:http://www.optex.co.jp/e/ OPTEX TEL:+33-437-55-50-50 SECURITY SAS (FRANCE) OPTEX SHENZHEN (DONGGUAN) OFFICE CO., (CHINA) LTD. URL:http://www.optex-security.com TEL:+86-755-33302950 URL:http://www.optexchina.com -16-


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