Honeywell 5809 Installation Manual
ADEMCO 5809 Rate-Of-Rise Heat Detector
N8583V3 7/05 Rev. A
INSTALLATION AND SETUP GUIDE
The ADEMCO 5809 Rate-of-Rise Heat Detector is a wireless device used with ADEMCO alarm systems that support 5800 series devices. The 5809 combine both rate-of-rise and fixed temperature sensors. The 5809’s rate-of-rise thermostat senses the rise in temperature and signals an alarm if the rise is 15°F (8°C) or more per minute. Fires typically cause a rapid rise in temperature in the surrounding area. A built-in fixed temperature sensor will also signal an alarm if the ambient temperature rises above 135°F (57°C). WARNING: The 5809’s fixed temperature sensor will be permanently damaged if the 5809 is installed, stored or shipped in environments where temperature exceeds 120°F. NOTES: • If the fixed temperature sensor activates, the 5809 must be replaced. • An installation site where the ambient temperature exceeds 100°F for extended periods is not recommended. A 3-volt lithium battery powers the 5809. If the battery voltage gets too low, the 5809 send a low battery signal to the control panel. The 5809 also include a tamper switch, which causes a trouble signal to be sent to the control if the unit is removed from the mounting base. A built-in activation button, located on the detector assembly, is used when programming the unit’s serial number at the control and when testing the unit. 2. 3. Install the battery (if not already installed). Observe polarity! Enter the control’s programming mode and follow the control’s programming instructions. When programming this transmitter at the control, note the following: • Input Type = 3 (Supervised RF) • Loop number = 1 Transmit from the detector when prompted (momentarily depress the activation button shown below). You can also manually enter the detector’s serial number. Test the detector after enrolling into the system. Refer to the Testing section.
DETECTOR ASSEMBLY INDEX TAB TAMPER SWITCH
INSTALLING THE BATTERY
Important Notes: • Use 3-volt lithium battery: Duracell DL 123A or Panasonic/Sanyo/Varta/Tekcell CR123A. • Observe polarity. • When replacing the battery, wait at least 30 seconds after removing the old battery, before installing the new one. Remove the detector assembly from its mounting base and install a 3-volt lithium battery as shown below.
MOUNTING THE DETECTOR
You can mount the 5809 on a wall or ceiling within the protection area: • Wall Mounting: Mount the detector 4” - 6” from the ceiling. • Ceiling Mounting: Mount the detector at least 4” from any wall. Make sure the normal ceiling temperature will not exceed 100°F. • Refer to NFPA Standard 72 for detector spacing and other requirements. Maximum spacing for UL installations is 50’x50’. • Avoid mounting the detector near heat generating devices (e.g. ovens, heat vents, furnaces, boilers). IMPORTANT: Heat detectors should be used for property protection. Reliance should not be placed solely on heat detectors for life safety. When life safety is involved, smoke detectors MUST also be used. Detectors must not be painted.
PROGRAMMING THE UNIT
The transmitter’s serial number must be enrolled in the control panel before usage in the system. Refer to the Installation and Setup Guide for which this device is to be used for programming procedures for enrolling transmitter serial numbers. Before programming do the following: 1. Remove the detector assembly from its mounting base by twisting the detector assembly counter-clockwise and withdraw from the base.
WIRELESS TRANSMISSION PATH TEST
A good RF transmission path must be established from the proposed mounting location before permanently installing the detector. To determine that there is good signal reception from the proposed location, perform the test procedure described in TESTING THE DETECTOR section. Once a good RF transmission path is confirmed, mount the detector as follows:
Surface mount the unit’s plastic base to a wall or ceiling, or mount the plastic base to either a 4” junction box or 3-1/4octagon box. NOTE: The anti-twist mounting hole is for use when installing the device directly to wallboard to prevent the base from being twisted off when servicing the device.
MAINTAINING PROPER OPERATION
To maintain the detector in proper working condition, it is important that you observe the following: Replace the battery when the system indicates that the 5809 has reported a low battery condition. Units should never be relocated without the advice or assistance of the alarm service company.
Install the detector assembly to the base by aligning the detector assembly index tabs to the index tab recesses in the base, pushing in, and secure by turning the detector assembly clockwise.
Power: 3V lithium battery (Duracell DL123A, Panasonic CR123A, Sanyo CR123A, Varta, Tekcell (CR123A) CAUTION: Risk of fire, explosion, and burns. Do not recharge, disassemble, heat above 212°F (100°C) or incinerate. Dispose of used batteries promptly. Keep away from children. Operating Temperature: Rate-of-Rise Temperature: 40° to 140°F (6° to 60°C) 15°F (8°C) increase per minute NOTE: Rate of rise sensor does not operate above 38°C) 135°F (57°C) 50ft x 50ft UL, 30ft x 30ft FM (refer to National Fire Alarm Code Standard NFPA 72 for application requirements) 4.4” diameter/ 2/2” deep
INDEX TAB RECESS
INDEX TAB RECESS
ANTI-TWIST MOUNTING HOLE
Fixed Temperature: Maximum Spacing:
TESTING THE DETECTOR
This test procedure should be performed to determine a good RF transmission path and again after installation is completed. CAUTION: The rate-of-rise heat sensor is intended for one-time use. Prolonged heat during testing can damage the unit. If used carefully following the instructions below, the heat from a portable hair dryer can be used to test the unit. If the round disk on top of the detector detaches, the detector must be replaced. 1. 2. Activate the control panel’s test mode. Use either method (a) or (b) to activate the detector: (A) Press and release the activation button on the PC board assembly, OR (B) Holding a portable hair dryer about 12 to 18 inches away from the detector, turn the dryer on and aim the warm air at the side of the detector.
TO THE INSTALLER
The rate-of-rise mechanism may be subject to reduced sensitivity over time. Annual testing of the rate-of-rise operation is recommended. Regular maintenance and inspection (at least annually) by the installer and frequent testing by the user are vital to continuous satisfactory operation of any alarm system. The installer should assume the responsibility of developing and offering a regular maintenance program to the user as well as acquainting the user with the proper operation and limitations of the alarm system and its components parts. Recommendations must be included for a specific program of frequent testing (at least weekly) to ensure the system’s proper operation at all times.
FCC ID: CFS8DL5809EN-1
THIS DEVICE COMPLIES WITH PART 15 OF 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 INTERFERENCE THAT MAY CAUSE UNDESIRED OPERATION.
CAUTION: Aiming the dryer directly at the round disk on the detector can damage the detector, requiring the unit to be replaced. 3. The system’s keypads should beep and the detector’s ID should be displayed. Exit the control’s test mode.
INDUSTRY CANADA IC: 573F-5809EN1
FOR WARRANTY INFORMATION AND LIMITATIONS OF THE ENTIRE ALARM SYSTEM, REFER TO THE INSTALLATION AND SETUP GUIDE FOR THE RECEIVER/CONTROL PANEL WITH WHICH THIS DEVICE IS USED.
Unit is intended for dry, indoor use only.
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