Honeywell 5800PIR-OD2 Wireless Outdoor Motion Detector - Installation and Setup Guide Dated 3/19



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5800PIR
-
OD2
Wireless
Outdoor Motion Detector

Installation and Setup Guide

General Information

T
he
5800PIR
-
OD2 Wireless Outdoor Motion Sensor combines the convenience of wireless
technology with a full featured outd
oor PIR motion
sensor. It has an adjustable range of up to 40ft with 7 selectable horizontal settings to cover a desired area within 180 de
grees of its mounting
location. It features

white

light
immunity from low sunli
ght, headlights and other bright light sources. This detector can discriminate between
people and small animals. It also features a Transmission Lockout that uses either a 5 or

120 second period of inactivity
between activations

to help save battery life.


Select the Mounting Position



Position the detector so that
the
intru
der

passes across the
detection field, not into the sensor.



Avoid strong sunlight into the sensor's field.



Avoid moving or swaying objects, trees, and
bushes.



Ensure the sensor can be mounted
on a perpendicular wall or pole that
would make its detection pattern
parallel to the ground.






Prepare for Mounting

1.

Locate the lock on the bottom side of the motion detector.

2.

Use a small screwdriver to unlock the cover by turning the
lock counter
-
clockwise until it clicks.

DO NOT USE EXCESSIVE FORCE




3.

Allow a minimum of 4.4"
(110mm) clearance above
the sensor to enable
opening the cover.

4.

Remove the Cover by pulling
from the bottom.


5.

Remove both screws
from the Main PCB and
pull it from the Back Box.


NOTE:

U
s
e CAUTION

when handling the Main
PCB

so components
are
not

damaged.


6.

Remove both
screws from the
Back Box and
pull it from the
Back Plate.



Mount the Back

Plate

Wall Mount

Install the Back Plate on the wall, 2.7


4ft from the ground, using two 4 x 20mm
screws provided.



OR

Pole Mount

Using metal banding 1 inch in width, fasten
the Back Plate to the pole 2.7


4ft from the
ground.




Install /
Replace Batteries

Observe the proper polarity when installing and replacing the batteries. Insert the negative end of the battery first
to the springs.
Ensure positive side of battery is at the top, opposite side from the springs.


IMPORTANT:



Use only
Lithium batteries.



Use two (2) Lithium 1.5VDC AA cells. (Energizer L91 or equivalent.)



Change both batteries at the same time. Do not mix weak batteries with new batteries.



Observe polarity.

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2
-



Coverage Area Angle

The coverage area will always be 90° with 13 zones, and can
be adjusted to 7
different angles from A to G. It comes defaulted at the D s
etting. Turn the Pyro
-
Electrics

firmly until it clicks into the desired angle indicated by the arrows at the
bottom with the respect to the letters.

















PIR Sensitivity

The sensitivity of the PIR can be
adjusted from Low to Medium

to
High,
represented as L, M, and H
. The setting is on the right
-
hand
side, behind the flange, next to the top pyro
-
electric.To

adjust the
PIR sensitivity, push the sensitivity selector up or down until it
indicates L, M, or H.



Detection Range

The detection range is determined by the bottom Pyro
-
Electric. The top Pyro
-
Electric remains stationary and is
aimed parallel to the ground. To change the detection
range, simply grasp the bottom Pyro
-
electric and firmly
move it up or down to the desired

setting indicated by
the embossed arrow on the bottom
-
left corner of the
Pyro Electric. These settings are based on a mounting
height of 3.3ft (1 meter). The height of the motion
detector will affect the detection range. Additionally, the
detection ran
ge may vary due to environmental
conditions (heavy rain or snow, fog, etc.).















5800™ Series transmitters draw quick bursts of current during transmission, then sit idle with very nominal current draw. Mos
t
batteries are not designed for this type of use, therefore, only batteries listed as compatible should be used if the expecte
d
ba
ttery life is to be attained. Each transmitter’s Installation Instructions has listed compatible battery manufacturers and th
eir
part numbers. When other non
-
approved batteries are used, the quick bursts of current draw kill the battery cells prematurely
c
ausing them to go low in a matter of months and can also cause unpredictable results. Other low quality batteries have not
been UL tested and pose a safety hazard if used.
-
3
-


DIP

Switches

There are four DIP

switches that control the LED, transmitter contact input, Transmission Lockout, and Anti
-
Masking.


Default values

shown



DIP 1
-

LED

DIP 2


Normally Closed or Open

DIP 3


Transmission Lockout

DIP 4


Anti
-
Masking



DIP 1
-

When enabled, the red LED will always reflect the detector’s status for alarm and trouble and will illuminate through the len
s.
When
disabled, it will only illuminate for its Warm
-
up period and Walk Test Mode.

o

Warm
-
Up Period


Blinks for 60 seconds or less.

o

Alarm


Lights for 2 seconds

o

Mask Detection


Blinks 3 times and repeats until condition is restored.

o

Blinks for 5 seconds when Wal
k Test expires.



DIP 2


Selects whether the alarm/trouble output to the transmitter will be normally open or normally closed. This needs to stay in
the N.C. position (default). If it is set t
o N.O., the fault/
restore
signals for alarms/troubles

m
ay operat
e backwards.



DIP 3


Selects 120 seconds (2 minutes) or 5 seconds Transmission Lockout. This is how much time must pass from the time it was
activated to when it can be activated again. This timeout option helps save battery life.



DIP 4


Enables or
disables Anti
-
Masking. When enabled and it detects a masking condition it will generate a trouble.



Detection Masking

Detection masking allows you to block certain parts of the lens to prevent nuisance alarms from objects such as bushes. When

any part

of the
lens is masked, the detector will not be able to detect any movement within the masked segments.

1.

Use a
screwdriver,
carefully pry
on all four
locking tabs
to remove
the lens
holder.


2.

Identify the segments on the lens to be masked.

3.

Then, apply the
adhesive masking strip(s) on
the inside of the lens to mask the desired
segments.



4.

Last, reassemble the lens to the lends
holder and to the covers.




Program the Control Panel

The transmitter's 7
-
digit serial number and loop number (Loop 1)

must be programmed in the zone along with Input Type 3 (RF Supervised),
and the appropriate response type for the application. Refer to the control panel’s instructions for further details on zone

programming.

NOTE:

The serial number and loop number can

be programmed by either manually entering them in the zone program or by learning it in via
wireless transmission by walking across the coverage area, activating the detector. Make sure it is not in the 5 second or 2
-
minute
transmission lockout, else it
will not activate until after the lockout time expires.


Mask
Learn Mode and
Walk Test

When the cov
er is closed, two things happen:


1.

T
he detector starts
Mask
Learn Mode for 1 minute

with a 10 minute Anti
-
Mask Test Mode afterwards. Learn Mode

means it learns what
normal objects will be

within 3.3 ft (1 m)

of it inside

its Coverage Area so it will know the difference between a normal object a
nd a masking
object
. Do NOT leave any object within 3.3ft (1 m) from the detector.
During test mode, i
t will send a trouble after 20 seconds of being
masked, whereas after test mode, it takes 3 minutes to go into trouble.
It uses Active Infrared technology and constantly monitors the
signal strength of the IR beam’s reflection. When the lens surface is c
overed by an object such as a piece of paper, the strength of the IR
beam reflection increases, then, the det
ector initiates a trouble condition
.

2.

Walk T
est

Mode is

automatically

enabled for 3 minutes. Walk test

the detector to ensure that it will detect m
ovement where desired and
that it is operating correctly with the alarm system.





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4
-


Specifications

Detection Method

......................

Passive Infrared

Initial Warm Up

..........................

< 60 seconds

Dimensions

...............................

Height: 8 in.
(203mm), Width: 3.2 in. (82mm), Depth: 4.3 in. (109mm)

Mounting Height

........................

2.7
-

4ft (0.8
-

1.2m) To the center of lens.

Range

................................
.........

Adjustable up to 40ft (12m)


Pattern

................................
......

90° pattern consisting of 13 zones. This pattern can be adjusted in 15° increments from center up to 45°.

Sensitivity

................................
..

3.6° F at 2.0ft/s (2.0° C
at 0.6m/s)

Detection Speed

........................

1ft


6ft 7in /s (0.3
-

2m/s)

Operating Voltage

.....................

3VDC (uses 2 Lithium Battery 1.5VDC AA cells) Energizer L91 or equivalent

Transmission Lockout

..............

Adjustable 120sec or 5sec

Alarm Period
..............................

~ 2 seconds

LED Indicator

.............................

Red


Warm
-
up,
Alarm, Masking Detection.

Weatherproof

.............................

IP54 compliance

Operating Temperature

.............



40°F to +140°F (


40°C to + 60°C)

Humidity

................................
....

95% Max

Accessories (included)

.............

Screw kit, detection masking strips.


FEDERAL COMMUNICATIONS COMMISSION (FCC
) & INDUSTRY CANADA (IC) STATEMENTS

The user shall not make any changes or modifications to the equipment unless authorized by the Installation Instructions or U
ser's Manual.
Unauthorized changes or modifications could void the user's authority to operate
the equipment.

CLASS B DIGITAL DEVICE STATEMENT

This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, as defined by FCC Rules Part

15.105. The
Class B Digital Device statement can be viewed at:

https://customer.resideo.com/en
-
US/support/residential/codes
-
and
-
standards/FCC15105/Pages/default.aspx

FCC / IC STATEMENT

This device complies with Part 15
of the FCC Rules, and Industry Canada’s license
-
exempt RSSs. 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, in
cluding
interference that ma
y cause undesired operation.

Cet appareil est conforme à la partie 15 des règles de la FCC et exempt de licence RSS d’Industrie Canada. Son fonctionnement

est
soumis aux conditions suivantes: (1) Cet appareil ne doit pas causer d’interférences nuisibles. (
2) Cet appareil doit accepter toute
interférence reçue y compris les interférences causant une réception indésirable.

INFORMATION TO USE
R

Unauthorized changes or modification could void the user’s authority to operate the equipment.


Support, Warranty, & Patent Information


For the latest warranty information, please go to:

https://www.security.honeywellhome.com/hsc/resources/wa/index.html


For patent information, please go to:

https://www.resideo.com
/patent


For the latest documentation and additional information, please go to:

https://mywebtech.honeywellhome.com


Warranty


Patents


MyWebTech



The product should not be disposed of with other

household waste. Check for the nearest authorized collection centers or
authorized recyclers. The correct disposal of end
-
of
-
life equipment will help prevent potential negative consequences for the
environment and human health.


This product
manufactured by Resideo and its affiliates.

The Honeywell Home Trademark is used under license from Honeywell International Inc.




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P.O. Box 9040, Melville, NY 11747

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