DSC WS4938 - Installation Manual



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Compatibility
The WS4938 is compatible with the following receivers:
• PC4164-433 (v3.00 or greater) • PC5132-433 (v4.2X or greater)
• RF5501-433
• RF5108-433
• NT9005
Replacing the Batteries
Under normal conditions the batteries can last up to 2 years. If
the battery is low, the trouble light on the keypad will turn ON.
To replace the batteries, remove the top cover by inserting a
coin into the slot located on the bottom right corner and twist.
Remove the screw at the center of the board to expose the
batteries. Replace both batteries with Panasonic CR-2025 lith-
ium batteries (see diagram).
The NT9005 v1.02 requires that the serial number of the WS4938 be deleted and re-enrolled
in order to restore the low battery.
NOTE: The polarity of the battery must be observed
, as shown in the diagram above. Improper han-
dling of lithium batteries may result in heat gene
ration, explosion or fire, which may lead to per-
sonal injuries.
WARNING: Danger of explosion if batteries are installed incorrectly. Replace only with the
same or equivalent type recommended by the manufacturer. Keep away from small chil-
dren. If Batteries are swallowed, promptly see a doctor. Do not try to recharge these batter-
ies. Disposal of used batteries must be made in accordance with the waste recovery and
recycling regulations in your area.
Belt Clip Assembly and Mounting
Specifications
• 32°to 120°F (0°-49°C)
• 5-93% RH
• Water Resistant
FCC COMPLIANCE STATEMENT
This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. 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 inter-
ference that may cause undesired operation.
IC: 160A-WS4938 The term 'IC:' before the radio certification number only signifies that Industry Canada technical
specifications were met.
UL and ULC Listed.
Panasonic
CR2025
3V
+
WS4938 Wireless Panic Button
Operating Instructions
Introduction
The WS4938 Wireless Panic Button was designed to transmit an emer-
gency signal from any location within the range of the alarm system,
regardless if the system is armed or disarmed.
The button is small and lightweight enough to be placed in a shirt pocket
or tucked away inside a purse. It can also be used with the supplied neck
strap or multi-functional clip - which can connect to your belt, car visor or
be permanently mounted to a convenient location.
To activate, press and hold the button for approximately 2 seconds.
The LED located on the top of the unit will light up to confirm a signal
has been sent.
NOTE: Signals will not be received if the button
is not within range of the wireless receiver.
Activating, Enrolling and Programming
To conserve battery power the button comes deactivated. To activate sim-
ply remove the cover and slide the switch to the ON position (to the left).
This device is supervised. If the unit is removed from the coverage range a
trouble will be indicated on the system. If
this is not desired, the supervisory bit
for this zone can be disabled on the receiver.
NOTE: For UL Listed installations, the supervisory bit in the receiver must be
enabled.
The following outlines the basic steps for programming and enrolling this
device on PowerSeries receivers.
For additional options or for other receivers please refer to the specific
receiver installation manuals.
Step 1 - Program Electronic Serial Number (ESN)
Section
[804]
, subsections
[01] - [32]
[01]
Zone 1
|______|______|______|______|______|______|
...
[32]
Zone 32
|______|______|______|______|______|______|

Enter the 6 digit ESN located on the back of the device into the next available zone slot.
Step 2 - Program Zone Definition
Section
[001] - [004]
Define the selected zone number with appropriate zone type [e.g., 24hr Panic (16),
24hr Holdup (12), 24hr Medical (15)]
Step 3 - Enable Wireless Zone Attribute
Section
[101] - [132]
Tu r n O p t i o n
[8]
ON (wireless zone attribute) in corresponding zone attribute section
Step 4 - Enable/Disable Supervision (default is enabled)
Section
[804]
, subsections
[82] - [85]
[82]
Wireless Zone Supervision (Zones 1- 8)
Default = ON
[83]
Wireless Zone Supervision (Zones 9-16)
[84]
Wireless Zone Supervision (Zones 17-24)
[85]
Wireless Zone Supervision (Zones 25-32)
OPTION ON
OPTION OFF
|_________| O p t i o n 1
Z o n e 0 1 S u p e r v i s i o n E n a b l e d
D i s a b l e d
.
.
.
.
.
.
|_________| O p t i o n 8
Z o n e 0 8 S u p e r v i s i o n E n a b l e d
D i s a b l e d
ON
29034684R003
©2005 Digital Security Cont
rols, Toronto, Canada
Technical Support: 1-800-387-3630 •
www.dsc.com
Printed in Taiwan Compatibility
The WS4938 is compatible with the following receivers:
• PC4164-433 (v3.00 or greater) • PC5132-433 (v4.2X or greater)
• RF5501-433
• RF5108-433
• NT9005
Replacing the Batteries
Under normal conditions the batteries can last up to 2 years. If
the battery is low, the trouble light on the keypad will turn ON.
To replace the batteries, remove the top cover by inserting a
coin into the slot located on the bottom right corner and twist.
Remove the screw at the center of the board to expose the
batteries. Replace both batteries with Panasonic CR-2025 lith-
ium batteries (see diagram).
The NT9005 v1.02 requires that the serial number of the WS4938 be deleted and re-enrolled
in order to restore the low battery.
NOTE: The polarity of the battery must be observed
, as shown in the diagram above. Improper han-
dling of lithium batteries may result in heat gene
ration, explosion or fire, which may lead to per-
sonal injuries.
WARNING: Danger of explosion if batteries are installed incorrectly. Replace only with the
same or equivalent type recommended by the manufacturer. Keep away from small chil-
dren. If Batteries are swallowed, promptly see a doctor. Do not try to recharge these batter-
ies. Disposal of used batteries must be made in accordance with the waste recovery and
recycling regulations in your area.
Belt Clip Assembly and Mounting
Specifications
• 32°to 120°F (0°-49°C)
• 5-93% RH
• Water Resistant
FCC COMPLIANCE STATEMENT
This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. 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 inter-
ference that may cause undesired operation.
IC: 160A-WS4938 The term 'IC:' before the radio certification number only signifies that Industry Canada technical
specifications were met.
UL and ULC Listed.
Panasonic
CR2025
3V
+
WS4938 Wireless Panic Button
Operating Instructions
Introduction
The WS4938 Wireless Panic Button was designed to transmit an emer-
gency signal from any location within the range of the alarm system,
regardless if the system is armed or disarmed.
The button is small and lightweight enough to be placed in a shirt pocket
or tucked away inside a purse. It can also be used with the supplied neck
strap or multi-functional clip - which can connect to your belt, car visor or
be permanently mounted to a convenient location.
To activate, press and hold the button for approximately 2 seconds.
The LED located on the top of the unit will light up to confirm a signal
has been sent.
NOTE: Signals will not be received if the button
is not within range of the wireless receiver.
Activating, Enrolling and Programming
To conserve battery power the button comes deactivated. To activate sim-
ply remove the cover and slide the switch to the ON position (to the left).
This device is supervised. If the unit is removed from the coverage range a
trouble will be indicated on the system. If
this is not desired, the supervisory bit
for this zone can be disabled on the receiver.
NOTE: For UL Listed installations, the supervisory bit in the receiver must be
enabled.
The following outlines the basic steps for programming and enrolling this
device on PowerSeries receivers.
For additional options or for other receivers please refer to the specific
receiver installation manuals.
Step 1 - Program Electronic Serial Number (ESN)
Section
[804]
, subsections
[01] - [32]
[01]
Zone 1
|______|______|______|______|______|______|
...
[32]
Zone 32
|______|______|______|______|______|______|

Enter the 6 digit ESN located on the back of the device into the next available zone slot.
Step 2 - Program Zone Definition
Section
[001] - [004]
Define the selected zone number with appropriate zone type [e.g., 24hr Panic (16),
24hr Holdup (12), 24hr Medical (15)]
Step 3 - Enable Wireless Zone Attribute
Section
[101] - [132]
Tu r n O p t i o n
[8]
ON (wireless zone attribute) in corresponding zone attribute section
Step 4 - Enable/Disable Supervision (default is enabled)
Section
[804]
, subsections
[82] - [85]
[82]
Wireless Zone Supervision (Zones 1- 8)
Default = ON
[83]
Wireless Zone Supervision (Zones 9-16)
[84]
Wireless Zone Supervision (Zones 17-24)
[85]
Wireless Zone Supervision (Zones 25-32)
OPTION ON
OPTION OFF
|_________| O p t i o n 1
Z o n e 0 1 S u p e r v i s i o n E n a b l e d
D i s a b l e d
.
.
.
.
.
.
|_________| O p t i o n 8
Z o n e 0 8 S u p e r v i s i o n E n a b l e d
D i s a b l e d
ON
29034684R003
©2005 Digital Security Cont
rols, Toronto, Canada
Technical Support: 1-800-387-3630 •
www.dsc.com
Printed in Taiwan


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