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The WS4965 is a 3-zone device. The primary zone can be configured
as a traditional normally closed door/window contact with sup
plied magnet. If
mounting the device/magnet combination is in
convenient, it can be configured for norma
lly closed tilt switch operation for over
head doors. The WS4965 also
has 2 normally closed contact inputs.
Specifications
Compatible with PC5132-433, PC4164-433, NT9005-433, RF5501-433, RF5108-433.
Installation
1.
Select Operating Mode
:
Remove the cover by pressing on the end notch to lift top
cover. Ensure that the jumper
s 1, 2 and 3 are as follows:
2.
Install Battery
: Use care when installing the battery and
observe the correct polarity (see Figure A)
. Use only the Panasonic CR123A lithium b
attery.
3.
Position Transmitter
: Select the location where the WS4965 is to be mounted.
Note:
RF signals can be affected by metal objects, including metal
doors or large mirrors. Ensure that these types of objects are no
t located between
the device and the receiver as it can interf
ere with the proper op
eration of the WS4965.
4.
Enrolling, Programming and Placement:
The three zones of the WS4965 have unique serial
numbers. The 6 digit se
rial number located on
the device is for the reed or tilt switch zone. The serial number
s for the second and third zone (i.e. external contacts inputs
) is the serial number located on
WS4965 + 1 for Zone 2 and the serial num
ber +2 for Zone 3 as indicated below.
Example: Serial number prin
ted on the WS4965 is 211117.
Reed or Tilt switch zone - 211117
Zone 2 - 211118
Zone 3 - 211119
If the last digit is a letter, use the following
sequence: A, B, C, D, E, F (A+1=B, A+2=C etc.)
The following steps outline the basic progra
mming and enrollment of this device when used with PowerSeries receivers. For addit
ional options, or for
other receivers, refer to the specific receiver
Installation Manual
.
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 th
e device into the next available zone slot.
For Example ESN: 211117
Step 2
: Program Zone Definition - Section [001] - [004]
Define corresponding zone with appropriate zone type [Ex. Delay (01), Instant (03), etc.]
Step 3
: Enable Wireless Zone Attribute - Section [101] - [132]
Turn Option [8] ON (wireless zone attribute) in the corresponding zone attribute section
All wireless devices must be tested for g
ood signal strength from where they are
positioned.
Note:
Test wireless device signal strength
from the final mounting position.
Step 4
: Module Placement Test - Section [904], subsections [01] - [32]
Create a transmission by moving the magnet
away from the WS4965, or by activating
the tilt sensor.
The panel will sound the siren and light LED 1 or 3 to indicate the test result:
1 squawk of the siren (or keypad LED 1) indicates GOOD placement
3 squawks of the siren (or keypad LED 3) indicates BAD placement
If the transmitter tests BAD, move the tr
ansmitter and repeat the Placem
ent Test until 3 GOOD results in a row are indicated.
• Dimensions: 75mmx43mmx25mm (2 15/16" x 1 11/16" x 1")
• Operating Frequency: 433MHz
• Operating Temperature: -10 to 49ºC (14 to 120ºF)
• Battery: Panasonic CR123A Lithium
• Operating Humidity: 5-93% RH
• Battery Life: 5-8 years (
Not tested by UL/ULC.)
• UL/ULC Listed for residential use only
Reed Switch mode
Tilt Switch mode
JP1 - IN (JP1 must always be IN)
JP1 - IN (JP1 must always be IN)
JP2 - NA (No effect in Reed Switch operating mode)
JP2 - IN (No delay)
JP2 - OUT (1 minute delay before sending an alarm)
JP3 - IN
JP3 - OUT
[01]
Zone #1 211117(Reed/Tilt zone)
[02]
Zone #2 211118(External contact zone)
[03]
Zone #3 211119(External contact zone)
5.
Mounting the WS4965
Mounting the WS4965 in Reed Switch Mode
• Place the mounting bracket in the posi
tion determined in the Enrolling, Pro-
gramming Placement step. Secure the bracket to the door frame using the two
screws provided. See Figure B.
• “Snap” the sensor in place.
• To release bracket: Remove the front cover. Push the tab (see Figure B) with a
small screwdriver and
slide the WS4965 down.
• Align one end of the magnet with th
e notch on the side of WS4965 housing.
See Figure A.
• Mount the magnet a maximum of 1/2" (1.27cm) from the WS4965 using
the screws provided. If necessary use the spacers provided. See Figure C.
• Mount magnet: Open and close the door
/window to ensure that there is no
interference.
Note:
Only one magnet can be used fo
r each WS4965. The contact shall
be installed so that a door or window cannot be opened more than 2
inches (51 mm) without causing an alarm condition.
Mounting the WS4965 in Tilt Switch Mode
Remove Jumper 3 (JP3) for “tilt switch” operation.
For the tilt switch to be in the closed po
sition, mount the WS4965 in the vertical posi
tion, with the battery located on the bo
ttom. Once the garage
door is open, the tilt switch will activa
te and generate a transmission. See Figure D.
The WS4965 can be programmed to wait 1 minute after the tilt switch
activates before it transmits the alarm. This is useful for
the garage doors
which require longer entry delay time. To pr
ogram this feature, remove Jumper 2 (JP2).
Notes:

The reed switch is deactivated
when using the tilt function.
By carefully moving the tilt switch up or down, the de
gree of motion required to cause an alarm can be adjusted.
Do not permanently mount the WS4965 until the
Placement Test has been successfully passed.
Note
:
This mode is not to be used in UL listed installations.
6.
External Contacts
: The WS4965 has 2 normally closed contact
terminals. These can be used for additional
hardwired wired contacts or other dry co
n-
tact switches. Connect the external devices to the contact term
inals as per the manufacturers in
structions. The maximum wire ru
n from the external con-
tacts must not exceed 25ft (7.6m).
Note:
For UL Installation, the external contacts
and WS4965 must be in the same room.
7.
Te st in g
: Verify Sensor operation, Tamper operation and Supervisory
Operation. Operation of these features is explained below.
WS4965 Operation:

Tamper Switch
: The WS4965 comes equipped with case tamper detection. If the co
ver is removed, the WS4965 will
report a zone tamper to the
control panel. Upon tamper, all 3 serial numbers will report a tamper transmission.

Supervision
: The WS4965 sends a periodic supervisory tran
smission to the panel. If
the panel fails to receive a
transmission within the pr
epro-
grammed period (refer to receiver manual for supervisory window),
it will indicate a fault on the keypad. All three serial numb
ers will transmit a
separate supervisory signal to the receiver.

Low-Battery LED Indicator
: There is a low-battery LED indicator on the WS4965. It will flash at 10 second intervals when a low battery con-
dition is detected and transmitted to panel. This will provide vi
sual identification of the unit
that requires a battery change
.

Battery Replacement
: The WS4965 requires one CR123A lithium battery. To replace
the battery, remove the cover by pressing on the end and
lifting it up. Use care when installing the battery and observe the correct polarity.
Dispose of used battery promptly
. Keep away from children. Do
not disassemble and do not dispose of in fire.
Caution
: The battery used in this device may present a fire or chemical
burn hazard if mistreated. Do not recharge, disassemble, heat
above
100°C (212°F) or dispose of in fire. Replace battery with Panaso
nic CR123A only. Use of another battery may present a risk of f
ire or explosion.
WARNING!: Battery may explode if
mistreated. Do not recharge, disa
ssemble or dispose of in fire.
FCC ID: F5305WS4965
This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC rules. Operation
is subject to the following conditions: (1) This device must not
cause harmful
interference, and (2) must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation.
IC: 160A-WS4965 - The term “IC:” before th
e radio certification number only signifie
s that Industry Canada
technical specificat
ions were met.
TILT SWITCH
MAKING
CONTACT
(Normally Closed)
TILT SWITCH
NOT MAKING
CONTACT
(Open)
Alarm Restore
Shown with NO Spacer
Shown WITH Spacer
Figure C
Figure D
©2005 Digital Security Controls
Toronto, Canada •
www.dsc.com
Technical Support:
1-800-387-3630 (Canada & US), 905-760-3036
Printed in Taiwan
WS4965
TriZone Door/Window Contact
Version 1.0
Installation Instructions
(1.27 CM)
Tab
Push the tab
with screwdriver
Mounting Bracket
1/2

(1.27 CM)
MAX
MAGNET
M
A
G
N
E
T
MAGNET
Figure B
Z2 COM Z3
Z1
MAGNETIC
(1.27 CM)
+
-
-
MAGNET
M
A
G
N
E
T
MAGNET
JP3 JP2 JP1
Figure A
29007111R002 The WS4965 is a 3-zone device. The primary zone can be configured
as a traditional normally closed door/window contact with sup
plied magnet. If
mounting the device/magnet combination is in
convenient, it can be configured for norma
lly closed tilt switch operation for over
head doors. The WS4965 also
has 2 normally closed contact inputs.
Specifications
Compatible with PC5132-433, PC4164-433, NT9005-433, RF5501-433, RF5108-433.
Installation
1.
Select Operating Mode
:
Remove the cover by pressing on the end notch to lift top
cover. Ensure that the jumper
s 1, 2 and 3 are as follows:
2.
Install Battery
: Use care when installing the battery and
observe the correct polarity (see Figure A)
. Use only the Panasonic CR123A lithium b
attery.
3.
Position Transmitter
: Select the location where the WS4965 is to be mounted.
Note:
RF signals can be affected by metal objects, including metal
doors or large mirrors. Ensure that these types of objects are no
t located between
the device and the receiver as it can interf
ere with the proper op
eration of the WS4965.
4.
Enrolling, Programming and Placement:
The three zones of the WS4965 have unique serial
numbers. The 6 digit se
rial number located on
the device is for the reed or tilt switch zone. The serial number
s for the second and third zone (i.e. external contacts inputs
) is the serial number located on
WS4965 + 1 for Zone 2 and the serial num
ber +2 for Zone 3 as indicated below.
Example: Serial number prin
ted on the WS4965 is 211117.
Reed or Tilt switch zone - 211117
Zone 2 - 211118
Zone 3 - 211119
If the last digit is a letter, use the following
sequence: A, B, C, D, E, F (A+1=B, A+2=C etc.)
The following steps outline the basic progra
mming and enrollment of this device when used with PowerSeries receivers. For addit
ional options, or for
other receivers, refer to the specific receiver
Installation Manual
.
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 th
e device into the next available zone slot.
For Example ESN: 211117
Step 2
: Program Zone Definition - Section [001] - [004]
Define corresponding zone with appropriate zone type [Ex. Delay (01), Instant (03), etc.]
Step 3
: Enable Wireless Zone Attribute - Section [101] - [132]
Turn Option [8] ON (wireless zone attribute) in the corresponding zone attribute section
All wireless devices must be tested for g
ood signal strength from where they are
positioned.
Note:
Test wireless device signal strength
from the final mounting position.
Step 4
: Module Placement Test - Section [904], subsections [01] - [32]
Create a transmission by moving the magnet
away from the WS4965, or by activating
the tilt sensor.
The panel will sound the siren and light LED 1 or 3 to indicate the test result:
1 squawk of the siren (or keypad LED 1) indicates GOOD placement
3 squawks of the siren (or keypad LED 3) indicates BAD placement
If the transmitter tests BAD, move the tr
ansmitter and repeat the Placem
ent Test until 3 GOOD results in a row are indicated.
• Dimensions: 75mmx43mmx25mm (2 15/16" x 1 11/16" x 1")
• Operating Frequency: 433MHz
• Operating Temperature: -10 to 49ºC (14 to 120ºF)
• Battery: Panasonic CR123A Lithium
• Operating Humidity: 5-93% RH
• Battery Life: 5-8 years (
Not tested by UL/ULC.)
• UL/ULC Listed for residential use only
Reed Switch mode
Tilt Switch mode
JP1 - IN (JP1 must always be IN)
JP1 - IN (JP1 must always be IN)
JP2 - NA (No effect in Reed Switch operating mode)
JP2 - IN (No delay)
JP2 - OUT (1 minute delay before sending an alarm)
JP3 - IN
JP3 - OUT
[01]
Zone #1 211117(Reed/Tilt zone)
[02]
Zone #2 211118(External contact zone)
[03]
Zone #3 211119(External contact zone)
5.
Mounting the WS4965
Mounting the WS4965 in Reed Switch Mode
• Place the mounting bracket in the posi
tion determined in the Enrolling, Pro-
gramming Placement step. Secure the bracket to the door frame using the two
screws provided. See Figure B.
• “Snap” the sensor in place.
• To release bracket: Remove the front cover. Push the tab (see Figure B) with a
small screwdriver and
slide the WS4965 down.
• Align one end of the magnet with th
e notch on the side of WS4965 housing.
See Figure A.
• Mount the magnet a maximum of 1/2" (1.27cm) from the WS4965 using
the screws provided. If necessary use the spacers provided. See Figure C.
• Mount magnet: Open and close the door
/window to ensure that there is no
interference.
Note:
Only one magnet can be used fo
r each WS4965. The contact shall
be installed so that a door or window cannot be opened more than 2
inches (51 mm) without causing an alarm condition.
Mounting the WS4965 in Tilt Switch Mode
Remove Jumper 3 (JP3) for “tilt switch” operation.
For the tilt switch to be in the closed po
sition, mount the WS4965 in the vertical posi
tion, with the battery located on the bo
ttom. Once the garage
door is open, the tilt switch will activa
te and generate a transmission. See Figure D.
The WS4965 can be programmed to wait 1 minute after the tilt switch
activates before it transmits the alarm. This is useful for
the garage doors
which require longer entry delay time. To pr
ogram this feature, remove Jumper 2 (JP2).
Notes:

The reed switch is deactivated
when using the tilt function.
By carefully moving the tilt switch up or down, the de
gree of motion required to cause an alarm can be adjusted.
Do not permanently mount the WS4965 until the
Placement Test has been successfully passed.
Note
:
This mode is not to be used in UL listed installations.
6.
External Contacts
: The WS4965 has 2 normally closed contact
terminals. These can be used for additional
hardwired wired contacts or other dry co
n-
tact switches. Connect the external devices to the contact term
inals as per the manufacturers in
structions. The maximum wire ru
n from the external con-
tacts must not exceed 25ft (7.6m).
Note:
For UL Installation, the external contacts
and WS4965 must be in the same room.
7.
Te st in g
: Verify Sensor operation, Tamper operation and Supervisory
Operation. Operation of these features is explained below.
WS4965 Operation:

Tamper Switch
: The WS4965 comes equipped with case tamper detection. If the co
ver is removed, the WS4965 will
report a zone tamper to the
control panel. Upon tamper, all 3 serial numbers will report a tamper transmission.

Supervision
: The WS4965 sends a periodic supervisory tran
smission to the panel. If
the panel fails to receive a
transmission within the pr
epro-
grammed period (refer to receiver manual for supervisory window),
it will indicate a fault on the keypad. All three serial numb
ers will transmit a
separate supervisory signal to the receiver.

Low-Battery LED Indicator
: There is a low-battery LED indicator on the WS4965. It will flash at 10 second intervals when a low battery con-
dition is detected and transmitted to panel. This will provide vi
sual identification of the unit
that requires a battery change
.

Battery Replacement
: The WS4965 requires one CR123A lithium battery. To replace
the battery, remove the cover by pressing on the end and
lifting it up. Use care when installing the battery and observe the correct polarity.
Dispose of used battery promptly
. Keep away from children. Do
not disassemble and do not dispose of in fire.
Caution
: The battery used in this device may present a fire or chemical
burn hazard if mistreated. Do not recharge, disassemble, heat
above
100°C (212°F) or dispose of in fire. Replace battery with Panaso
nic CR123A only. Use of another battery may present a risk of f
ire or explosion.
WARNING!: Battery may explode if
mistreated. Do not recharge, disa
ssemble or dispose of in fire.
FCC ID: F5305WS4965
This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC rules. Operation
is subject to the following conditions: (1) This device must not
cause harmful
interference, and (2) must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation.
IC: 160A-WS4965 - The term “IC:” before th
e radio certification number only signifie
s that Industry Canada
technical specificat
ions were met.
TILT SWITCH
MAKING
CONTACT
(Normally Closed)
TILT SWITCH
NOT MAKING
CONTACT
(Open)
Alarm Restore
Shown with NO Spacer
Shown WITH Spacer
Figure C
Figure D
©2005 Digital Security Controls
Toronto, Canada •
www.dsc.com
Technical Support:
1-800-387-3630 (Canada & US), 905-760-3036
Printed in Taiwan
WS4965
TriZone Door/Window Contact
Version 1.0
Installation Instructions
(1.27 CM)
Tab
Push the tab
with screwdriver
Mounting Bracket
1/2

(1.27 CM)
MAX
MAGNET
M
A
G
N
E
T
MAGNET
Figure B
Z2 COM Z3
Z1
MAGNETIC
(1.27 CM)
+
-
-
MAGNET
M
A
G
N
E
T
MAGNET
JP3 JP2 JP1
Figure A
29007111R002


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