Honeywell 5817CB Installation Manual
This device complies with Part 15 of FCC rules and RSS210 of IC. Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) this device may not cause harmful interference. (2) this device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation.
K5623V2 5/08 Rev. A
Note: The user shall not make any changes or modifications to the equipment unless authorized by the Installation and Setup Guide or User Guide. Unauthorized changes or modifications could void the user's authority to operate the equipment.
WIRELESS COMMERCIAL/ HOUSEHOLD TRANSMITTER
INSTALLATION AND SETUP GUIDE
The 5817CB is a universal contact-monitoring transmitter that can be used with household and commercial fire and burglary-initiating devices such as door/window contacts, motion and glassbreak detectors, sprinkler water flow switches, tamper switches, post indicator valves, manual pull stations, and remote duct detectors. Upon activation, it emits an RF signal to a control panel that sends a burglary or fire alarm to a central station. The 5817CB has three unique input loops (zones). The first loop (primary loop) is supervised and typically used for high-priority alarm reporting such as commercial fire or burglary. It requires a 470K ohm end-of-line resistor to be placed across the sensor. The second loop is the built-in, normally closed reed switch (used in conjunction with a magnet, as described below). The third loop is another normally closed household burglary loop. All three loops may be used. A fourth (automatically enrolled) loop contains two tamper switches to protect the 5817CB transmitter. A built-in cover tamper switch is activated when the cover is removed. A unit tamper switch is activated if the unit is separated from its mounting plate.
For dry, indoor use only. Do not install in air-handling spaces.
For the latest warranty information, please go to: http://www.security.honeywell.com/hsc/resources/wa/index.html
The 5817CB has its own unique serial number permanently assigned during manufacture. You must "enroll" this transmitter serial number in the control panel at some point prior to its usage in the alarm system. Refer to the control panel's installation instructions for specific programming procedure. Note: During programming of the control panel, program the 5817CB transmitter as Input Type "RF" (i.e., supervised RF) (mandatory for UL installations).
2 Corporate Center Drive, Suite 100 P.O. Box 9040 Melville, NY 11747
Copyright © 2007 Honeywell International Inc. www.security.honeywell.com
K5623V2 5/08 Rev. A
The 5817CB is supplied with a tamper switch hold-down (in the plastic parts bag) for use when the wall mounting plate is not needed. For proper orientation of the unit in relation to its wall mounting plate and the loop wiring, read all of this section before installing the unit. Signal strength may vary from location to location. Before mounting the transmitter permanently, , conduct Go/No Go tests (see control's instructions) to verify adequate signal strength from this location. When a satisfactory location is found, make note of the position of the unit on the wall, remove the battery and proceed with installation. The following mounting instructions assume that the unit will be mounted as shown in the Figures. The unit may, however, be installed in any direction, as long as the relationship of the unit to its mounting plate or tamper switch hold-down or tamper switch hold-down (if used), is maintained. The 5817CB is supplied with a tamper switch hold-down tab (connected to the mounting plate as shown in Figure 1), for use when the wall mounting plate is not needed. Remove the tab with diagonal cutting pliers. The mounting plate, installed as described below, enables easy removal of the unit for servicing. 1. Remove the transmitter's cover by inserting the flat blade of a small screwdriver into the pry-off slot at the bottom end of the unit on the right side closest to the cover's decorative ribs and twisting. 2. Disengage the supplied mounting plate from the unit by inserting the blade of a small screwdriver into the mounting plate release hole (see Figure 3) and pushing the locking tab out (see Figure 1). Slide the mounting plate downward along the case back. Note: For this application, the alignment guide strip along one edge of the mounting plate serves no function and may be broken away, if desired. 3. If concealed wiring is to be used, feed the wires through the concealed wiring entry hole at one corner of the mounting plate (and/or case back). (Ssurface wiring is mentioned discussed in Step 5 below). 4. Install the mounting plate, with its case-holding posts pointing up, in the location selected, as described in the control unit's installation instructions determined. Use the two flat head drywallflat-head screws supplied. Note: To ensure proper operation of the unit's back tamper (when it is separated from the mounting plate), the screws must be anchored to a wall stud or other solid wood material. If the mounting plate will not be used, make note of the location of the tamper switch hold-down as shown in Fig. 1 for the proper placing of the hold-down tab in Fig. 2. 5. If surface wiring is to be used, remove the knockout slot in the case back (located across from loop 3 terminal block). Surface wiring should enter through this knocked out space provided. Do not connect the wiring to the terminal block(s) yet.
Attach the case back to the mounting plate by sliding the keyhole slots in the case back down onto the mounting plate's holding posts. The locking tab will click as the case back locks in place. To disengage the unit from an installed mounting plate, insert a small screwdriver into the mounting plate release hole, push down to retract the locking tab, and push upward on the unit to disengage from posts. If not using the mounting plate, it is necessary to remove the PC board from the case back. Slide a small flat bladed screwdriver between the case back and PC board near the board hold-down clip and carefully pry the board out. In the area that was previously marked for the location of the mounting plate, (step 4), install the hold-down tab with a 5/8” flat head dry-wall screw. The tab must be aligned with the corresponding slot in the case back as shown in Figure 2. The tab as well as the case back must be anchored to a wall stud or other solid wood material. To reinstall the PC board into the case back, position the board onto the two retaining studs on one side of the case back and snap the board into place. The hold-down tab must mate with the corresponding cutout in the case back after case back is installed. Reverse the procedure of the first three steps to complete reassembly of the unit.
Replace battery only with: Duracell DL123A, Panasonic CR123A or Ademco 466.
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. 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. 3. To replace the cover, engage the hooks along the top edge and snap shut. CAUTION:
Dimensions: 1-9/16"W x 3-1/2"H x 1-3/16"D (40mm x 89mm x 30mm) Battery: 3V Lithium (see BATTERY INSTALLATION/REPLACEMENT). Signal Level: To determine ambient noise level and signal strength, refer to compatible receiver
Installation and Setup Guide.
Commercial Fire……. ......... UL864 Household Burg……..UL1023 Household Fire……. ........... UL985 Household Burg .................. UL1023 Commercial Burg……......... UL365, UL609, UL1076, UL1610
10. Set the DIP switch (after the control panel has enrolled the transmitter's input IDs) for the desired primary loop characteristics, as described in the table below. PRIMARY LOOP OPTIONS TABLE SWITCH SETTING ON DIP SWITCH POSITION 1 REPEATING TRANSMISSION (every 4 sec.) UPON PRIMARY LOOP FAULT Use for high priority alarm, such as fire. SINGLE TRANSMISSION PER PRIMARY LOOP CHANGE-OFSTATE 2 SWITCH MUST ALWAYS BE IN THE 3 SWITCH MUST ALWAYS BE IN THE 4 SWITCH MUST ALWAYS BE IN THE
Regular maintenance and inspection (at least annually) by the installer are vital to continuous satisfactory operation of any alarm system. The installer should instruct the user to test the system frequently (at least weekly) to insure the system's operation at all times, as well as offer a regular maintenance program to the user. The user should also be acquainted with proper operation and limitations of the entire alarm system. For testing procedures, refer to the User Guide or Installation and Setup Guide for the system control panel.
FOR LIMITATIONS OF THE ENTIRE ALARM SYSTEM, REFER TO THE CONTROL PANEL'S INSTALLATION AND SETUP GUIDE FOR THE RECEIVER/CONTROL WITH WHICH THIS DEVICE IS USED.
HOLD-DOWN TAB MOUNTING PLATE HOLE
a. In order for the control panel to enroll the transmitter, the DIP switches must be set to OFF – ON – ON – OFF (see Figure 3). b. The Auxiliary loops are not affected by the DIP switch settings.
CASE HOLDING POSTS
TAMPER SWITCH HOLD-DOWN TAB
If using one of the panel revisions shown in the following table, and programming the 5817CB as an Entry/Exit zone, you must enroll the tamper loop (loop 4) as a separate zone, programmed for 24hour response (e.g., Zone type 5 Trouble-by-day/Alarm-by-night).
TAMPER SWITCH HOLD DOWN
MOUNTING PLATE HOLE
INSTALL IN LINE WITH CUT-OUT IN CASE BACK
Model # FA1600C Vista-32FB Vista-128FB Vista-128B
Rev. 8 3 4 3
EPROM P/N (WAVIS150FA-18) (WAVIS32FB-13) (WAVIS128FB-14) (WAVIS128B-13)
CONCEALED WIRING ENTRY HOLE
CONCEALED WIRING ENTRY HOLE
MOUNTING HOLES (2)
Figure 1. Mounting Plate
Figure 2. Case Back
COVER HOLDING SLOTS (2) ANTENNA
NOTE: For UL commercial and
household fire installations, only one initiating device may be connected to this transmitter. For UL commercial burglary installations, multiple initiating devices may be used as long as the devices all serve the same function, such as door/window contacts, motion or glassbreak detectors. All initiating devices must be located within the same room. No more than one wire per terminal may be connected. Use only 14-22AWG wire.
THE DIP SWITCHES MUST BE SET AS SHOWN DURING ENROLLMENT BY THE CONTROL
For UL Commercial Burglary installations, this transmitter must be used in conjunction with the 5881ENHC RF Receiver.
WHITE AREA INDICATES SWITCH HANDLE
ALIGN MAGNET WITH MARKS ON CASE (2 PLACES) LOOP 2 REED SWITCH (AUX)
Connect the loop wiring to the unit's terminals before installing the battery (see Figure 3). Notes: a. Primary loop 1 is a supervised loop and must have an end-of-line (EOL) resistor (470K ohms, supplied) placed across the last sensor. Additionally, for Primary loop 1, a contact device may not be installed more than 20 feet from the transmitter. b. If loop 2 is not going to be used, the magnet is not necessary. c. If loop 3 is not going to be used, no connection is needed across its terminals. For UL household burglary and fire installations, the loop 3 contact device (if used) may not be more than 3 feet from the transmitter.
DIP SWITCH FOR PRIMARY LOOP OPTIONS (SEE SETTINGS TABLE) SHOWN SET FOR: 1. SINGLE TRANSMISSION NOTE: SW2 MUST BE ON SW3 MUST BE ON SW4 MUST BE OFF
COVER TAMPER SWITCH LOOP 3 TERMINALS (AUX)
MAGNET (OBTAIN SEPARATELY)
SLOT FOR CONCEALED WIRING ACCESS N.C. CONTACT DEVICE
COVER PRY-OFF POINT N.O. CONTACT DEVICE
MOUNTING PLATE RELEASE
PRIMARY LOOP 1 TERMINALS CLASS B CIRCUIT
1. Remove the transmitter's cover as described in Mounting Step 1. 2. Observe correct polarity and insert the battery provided into the battery holder (see Figure 3). Take care not to bend the antenna.
Figure 3. 5817CB Transmitter, Top Cover Removed