Alarm.com Bed Occupancy Sensor w/Qolsys 319.5 MHz Transmitter - Install Guide



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Bed Sensor System with Qolsys Transmitter
Overview
Bed sensors are commonly used to detect if someone is out of bed at an unusual hour for a long period of time and if
they are still in bed when they should already be up.
Specifications
Mat
30 in. x 11 in. x 0.3 in. (L x W x D) Dark blue, water-
resistant, antimicrobial nylon cloth RF-sealed with black,
water-resistant, slip-resistant, polyester cloth
Cable
Gray, 18in, 26 AWG, 4 conductor sheathed, terminated
with RJ9 connector
Power
2 AA batteries
Electronic Enclosure
White, 3.5 in. x 2.5 in. x 0.8 in. ABS plastic
Electronic Signaling
Battery-powered filter circuit with integrated 319.5 MHz
(crystal-controlled) Qolsys-compatible transmitter with 64
minute supervisory interval
Activation Weight
Minimum 50 lb. subject directly above mat
Sensing Interface
Filtered, normally open (i.e. when not occupied),
momentary contact switch
Material Life
Typically 2 years
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1 Programming
To program the Bed Sensor
locally:
1.
Place the IQ Panel in Auto Learn
mode.
2.
Pull the tab from the battery or open and close the battery compartment to enroll sensor.
3.
The panel will chime and display the sensor's DL code. Press
OK
to confirm.
4.
For
Sensor Type
, select
Occupancy
.
5.
For
Sensor Group
, select
25 - Local Safety Sensor
.
To program the Bed Sensor using the Partner Portal:
1.
Log into the Partner Portal.
2.
Find the customer account.
3.
Click
Equipment
.
4.
Click
Sensors
.
5.
In
Sensor Management
, click
Add a Sensor
.
6.
For
Sensor ID
, enter an unused ID.
7.
For
Sensor Type
, select
Occupancy
.
8.
For
Group
, select
25
.
9.
Name the sensor.
10.
Enter the six-digit DL code found
on the barcode label of the sensor or of the sensor box.
11.
Select the RF Type according to the frequency of the sensor.
12.
Click
Add Sensor
.
To program the Bed Sensor using the MobileTech app:
1.
Log into the MobileTech app.
2.
Find the customer account.
3.
Tap
Equipment
.
4.
Tap
Sensors
.
5.
Tap to expand
Sensor Actions
.
6.
Tap
Add a Sensor
.
7.
For
Sensor ID
, enter an unused ID.
8.
For
Sensor Type
, select
Occupancy
.
9.
For
Group
, select
25
.
10.
Name the sensor.
11.
Enter the six-digit DL code found
on the barcode label of the sensor or of the sensor box.
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2 12.
Select the RF Type according to the frequency of the sensor.
13.
Tap
Add Sensor
.
Installation
1.
Check sensor for any visible defects or damage. If any damage is visible, the sensor pad should be replaced.
2.
Verify that the pad is attached to the correct port on the white control box.
3.
Lift the mattress and place the pad (blue side up) between the boxspring and the mattress. The sensor should be
located below the hips or lower back of the patient.
4.
Release the mattress, allowing the weight of the mattress to be applied to the pad.
5.
To calibrate the sensor, press and hold the white button on the control box for five
seconds. The red light will turn
on signaling that the calibration was completed.
6.
Secure the control box to the bed by either (a) adhering it to the side of the bed or (b) tucking the control box
between the mattress and boxspring.
7.
Verify that all cables have been secured to eliminate tripping hazard.
8.
Test the bed sensor by applying weight directly above the mat. It may take 8-10 seconds for activity to register.
9.
View the Event History on the Partner Portal to confirm sensor activity.
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3 Care and use

Do not bend or roll sensor.

Do not immerse the pad in any liquid.

Wipe down with damp cloth (i.e., water and soap or mild disinfectant) and wipe dry to clean.

Carefully wipe and clean the cable, checking for any damage that may have occurred.

The sensors are intended for normal indoor use in relatively low humidity environments.

Never pull on or jerk the cable. Doing so may damage the connector or the mat.

The pad should lie flat under the mattress and should not be bent or folded over.

Replace batteries every two
years.
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