DSC BV-300 - Installation Manual



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Series
MOTION DETECTOR
FEATURES
• Multi-Level Signal Processing





• Dual element low noise sensor
• Four interchangeable lenses
• High level static protection
• High level transient protection
• High level of White Light Immunity
• Excellent RF immunity
• Temperature compensation
• Fast / slow detection jumper
• LED on / off jumper
• Vertical adjustment
• SMD construction
• Super quiet operation
• Wall / corner mounting
• Small size
• Blends with any decor
• 5 YEAR WARRANTY
INTRODUCTION
The Bravo 3 is a general purpose PIR designed to provide
reliable motion detection for larger residential and
commercial applications.
Exceptional design care and factory testing ensure years
of trouble free performance. Immunity against false alarms
from RF, static, electrical transients and white light are all
designed in features.
Multi-Level Signal Processing





, temperature
compensation and large multi-beam lens design means
the human target will not slip by unnoticed even on a hot
summer day.
Four interchangeable lenses, wall or corner mounting and
vertical adjustment provide application versatility, and
your client will appreciate the small size and elegant
simplicity of the case design.
Our Bravo 3 with its 5 year warranty is your assurance of
a trouble-free installation.
SPECIFICATIONS
Operating voltage ........................... 9.5 V
DC
to 14.5 V
DC
Supply voltage ripple ........................ 3.0 V
P-P
@ 12 V
DC
Standby current .................................................... 16 mA
Current in alarm .................................................... 20 mA
Contact rating (alarm & tamper) ....... 100 mA @ 24 V
DC
Alarm contact resistor in common ......... 10 ohm 0.25 W
Operating temperature ..... 0°C to 50°C (32°F to 122°F)
Storage temperature .... -40°C to 60°C (-40°F to 140°F)
Operating humidity ................ 5% to 95% RH non-cond.
Storage humidity .................... up to 99% RH non cond.
RF immunity .... 50 V/m over range 0.01 MHz to 1.2 GHz
Static immunity ...................................................... 25 kV
Transient immunity ........................... 2.4 kV @ 1.2 joules
White light immunity ............. 20 000 Lux at the detector
Walk detection speed .. 0.5' to 10'/s (0.15 m/s to 3 m/s)
Coverage angle (wall/wall lens) ................ 90° minimum
Vertical adjustment ........................................ +5° to -10°
Mounting heights ........................ 6' to 10' (nominal 7.5')
2 m to 3 m (nominal 2.3 m)
4' to 5' (pet alley only)
1.2 m to 1.5 m (pet alley only)
COVERAGE
Wall-to-Wall lens . (BV-L1) .... 50' l × 60' w (16 m × 18 m)
Corridor lens
........ (BV-L2) ....
120' l × 10.5' w (36.5 m × 3
m)
Curtain lens ......... (BV-L3) .... 50' l × 4.4' w (16 m × 1.3
m)
Pet Alley lens ...... (BV-L4) .... 50' l × 60' w (16 m × 18 m)
PHYSICAL
DIMENSIONS
3.5" h × 2.5" w × 1.87" d (89 mm × 64 mm × 48 mm)
COLOUR
White with light gray lens
SHIPPING WEIGHT
6 oz. (190 g)
MODELS
BV-300
Form A alarm contact
BV-301
Form A alarm contact & tamper switch
BV-302
Form C alarm contact & tamper switch
WALL-TO-WALL LENS
TOP VIEW






PATENT PENDING
CURTAIN LENS
SIDE VIEW
TOP VIEW
L2
L3
L4
0ft
0m
15 ft
4.6 m
15 ft
4.6 m
30 ft
9.1 m
30 ft
9.1 m
50 ft
15.2 m
50 ft
15.2 m
SIDE VIEW
SIDE VIEW
120 ft
36.5 m
10 ft
3m
120 ft
36.5 m
10.5 ft
3.2 m
BEAM PATTERN CHART
ILLUSTRATES THE CENTRE
LINE OF EACH BEAM PAIR
CENTRE
LINE
CORRIDOR LENS
TOP VIEW
50 ft
15.2 m
50 ft
15.2 m VERTICAL ADJUSTMENT
NOTE: Range and dead zones may vary due to settings.
Using the Mounting Height chart, set the vertical
adjustment to get the desired coverage. Ensure that the
PCB retaining screw is tightened just enough to prevent
board movement.
Moving the circuit board DOWN will
increase
the far
range and bring the near beams closer to the mounting
wall. Moving the circuit board UP will
reduce
the far
range and move the near beams farther out from the
mounting wall. Moving the circuit board UP too much will
cause the far beams to “look” above the target; as a
result, the range may appear shorter.
JUMPER J1 will enable/disable the alarm LED. If J1 is
OFF, the LED will not operate on alarm. If J1 is ON the LED
will operate on alarm. JUMPER J2 selects between
“FAST” and “SLOW” operation. For a typical environment,
the unit should be set on “FAST” (J2 ON). If the environment
presents potential disturbances that cannot be avoided,
set J2 to OFF for “SLOW” operation.
NOTE: The corridor lens should not be used in a
corridor that is less then 10.5' (3.2 m) wide. Ensure the
beams are aimed directly down the centre of the
corridor. With the corridor lens set J2 to “FAST”.
CHANGING LENSES
The Bravo 3 is supplied with the “wall/wall” lens. To
change the lens, release the top tab and pull the lens
holder out. This action releases the lens. Insert the lens
with the GROOVES FACING INWARD. The bottom of the
lens is indicated by two triangular indentations. Ensure
that the lens is centred left to right then reinstall the lens
holder. The lens holder will snap into place sealing the
lens into position.
WIRING
WALK TESTING
Once the detector has been set up, walk test the entire
area where coverage is desired. Should the coverage be
incomplete, re-adjust or relocate the detector to obtain full
coverage. Once coverage is as required, the alarm LED
may be disabled by setting J1 to OFF.
IMPORTANT NOTE: Upon installation, the unit should
be thoroughly tested to verify proper operation. The
end user should be instructed on how to perform walk
tests, and should walk test the detector regularly.
DM-C and DM-W
Detector Mounting Brackets
Use the optional DM-W Wall Mount and DM-C Ceiling
Mount brackets to solve difficult placement problems. The
DM-W and DM-C mount to either the wall or ceiling and
allow for full vertical and horizontal positioning of the
motion detector - the detector can be tilted up or down and
rotated through 90° to obtain the best position for optimal
coverage. The Bravo PIR has been designed to be fully
compatible with the DM-W and DM-C brackets. Contact
your DSC distributor for more information.
LOCATING THE DETECTOR
Select a detector location that will provide the coverage
required keeping in mind the following potential problems
Reflective Surfaces
Do not aim the detector at reflective surfaces such as
mirrors or windows as this may distort the coverage
pattern or reflect sunlight directly onto the detector.
Air Flow
Avoid locations that are subject to direct high air flow such
as near an air duct outlet.
Moisture
Do not locate the detector near sources of steam or oil.
The Sun
Do not aim the detector such that it will receive direct or
reflected (mirror) sunlight,
Pets
If there are pets on the premises, use the pet alley lens.
Obstruction
Do not limit the coverage by large objects within the
detection area such as plants or filing cabinets.
MOUNTING
To open the case, use a small flat blade screwdriver and
gently push in the tab at the bottom of the case and pull
the cover straight out at the bottom. Loosen the printed
circuit board screw, and push the board up as far as it will
go. Using a small screwdriver, remove the appropriate
knockouts for the mounting screws. Remove the left and/
or right wiring entrance knockouts located at the top of
the backplate. Mount the backplate using the screws
supplied.
© DIGITAL SECURITY CONTROLS LTD.
TORONTO, CANADA
MR 10 1994
29000150 R4
DIGITAL SECURITY CONTROLS LTD.
1645 Flint Road, Downsview, Ontario
Canada M3J 2J6
(416) 665-8460 Fax:(416)665-7498
VERTICAL
ADJUSTMENT
SCALE
WIRING KNOCKOUTS
WALL MOUNT
KNOCKOUTS
LOOSEN SCREW FOR
VERTICAL ADJUSTMENT
CORNER MOUNT
KNOCKOUTS
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-1
-2
LED
NO NC C
TAMP 12V GND
J1 ON = LED ON
J1 OFF = LED OFF
J2 ON = FAST
J2 OFF = SLOW
TAMPER
SWITCH
PIR SENSOR
RELAY
HEIGHT
ft/m
SETTING FOR FULL RANGE
WALL/WALL CORRIDOR CURTAIN
PET ALLEY
10’ / 3 m
8’ / 2.4 m
7’ / 2.1 m
6’ / 1.8 m
5’ / 1.5 m
4’ / 1.2 m
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0.00
MOUNTING HEIGHT CHART
NO NC C
TAMP 12V GND
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