Honeywell DT7450/DT7450C Dual Tec® Motion Detectors - Install Guide



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TBL TBL T
T
NO
EOL
CV-
NC
V+
13
2
TEST
50%
100%
75%
25%

Select the mounting location.

Wire the unit.

Mount the unit.

a
Walk-test the sensor.
Mounting Location Guidelines
ï 2.3 m (7í6î) mounting height
ï Avoid direct or reflected sunlight
ï Aim sensor away from windows or heating/
cooling devices
ï Sensor must have a clear line-of-sight to
protected area
ï Use a small screwdriver to unfasten the housing
latch. Gently pull apart the housings.
ï Push outward on the PCB latch and lift the PCB
out of the housing.
ï Slide the wire through the wire channel in the
back housing.
ï Mount the back housing flat against a wall or in a
corner.
ï Replace the PCB.
ï Connect wires as shown using 0.3 - 1.0 mm
2
(18 to 22 gauge) wire size. Observe proper
polarity.
ï Use Switch 3 to select the appropriate fluorescent
light filter (see Dip Switch Settings chart on the next
page).
ï Apply power to the unit. Initialization is complete
when the LED stops flashing slowly.
ï Adjust the microwave range to minimum setting
(25%) by turning the range adjustment counterclock-
wise using a small screwdriver.
ï Replace the front housing.
ï Begin walking through the detection area.
- The LED will turn red, indicating an alarm detection.
ï Increase the microwave range as necessary.
ï Repeat the items in step 5a until proper detection
range is obtained.

b

Optional: Walk-test using Zone Finder
Corner
Mount
Wire Channel
Wall Mount
75%
100%
25%
50%
DT-7450/7450C DUAL TEC
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Motion Sensor Installation Instructions
Use the Zone Finder mode to identify the PIR and/or
microwave pattern. In Zone Finder mode the red
LED is disabled.

Separate the sensor housings and
remove the printed circuit board (PCB).
V+
V-
NC
C
Alarm
125 mA
25 VDC
Power
35 mA
7.5-16 VDC
(For UL 8.0-16 VDC)
NO
T
T
Tamper
50 mA
24 VDC
EOL
DT-7450
DT-7450C
ï Apply a screwdriver for five seconds to short the
test pads.
ï During the Zone Finder walk-test mode, the LED
turns:
- green for one second for every PIR detection;
- yellow for two seconds for every microwave
detection.
ï Adjust the microwave range as necessary.
ï Zone finder mode times out after ten minutes. PRODUCT SPECIFICATIONS
Range:
15 m x 18 m (50' x 60')
Alarm relay (DT-7450):
Energized Form A
125 mA, 25 VDC, 20 Ohm series resistor
Alarm relay (DT-7450C):
Energized Form C
125 mA, 25 VDC, 20 Ohm series resistor
Tamper switch:
(NC) 50 mA, 24 VDC
Power requirements:
7.5 - 16 VDC (for UL 8.0 - 16 VDC)
DT-7450 -- 25 mA typical, 30 mA maximum, 12 VDC
DT-7450C -- 30 mA typical, 35 mA maximum, 12 VDC
AC Ripple: 3 V peak-to-peak at nominal 12 VDC
Microwave frequencies:
24.125 GHz
PIR white light immunity:
6,500 Lux typical
Fluorescent light filter:
50 Hz or 60 Hz selectable
RFI immunity:
30 V/m,10 MHz - 1000 MHz
Operating temperature:
14
o
F to +131
o
F (-10
o
C to +55
o
C)
5 - 95% relative humidity (non-condensing)
Temperature compensation:
Advanced Dual Slope
Self-test intervals:
Microwave Supervision
PIR self-test
Temp. Comp.
PIR fields-of-view:
Standard Wide Angle Lens
22 long range edges
12 intermediate edges
6 lower edges
4 Look-down edges
Dimensions:
11.9 cm H x 7.1 cm W x 4.2 cm D
(4.685" H x 2.795" W x 1.654" D)
Sensitivity:
Low (Pulse count 2) 3 - 4 steps
High (Pulse count 1) 2 - 3 steps
Accessories:
Optional Lens Kit --
Curtain Lens Kit (P/N DT7000-LRLK)
SMB-10 Swivel Mount Bracket (P/N 0-000-110-01)
SMB-10C Swivel Mount Ceiling Bracket (P/N 0-000-111-01)
SMB-10T Swivel Mount Bracket w/ Tamper (P/N 0-000-155-01)
Approvals/listings:
FCC
IC
cULus
© 2001 Honeywell

International Inc. ï Honeywell, IntelliSense and DUAL TEC are registered trademarks of Honeywell International Inc.
All other trademarks are the properties of their respective owners. All rights reserved.
5-051-640-00 Rev E
LED INDICATORS
DIP SWITCH SETTINGS (SW1)
Factory default settings are shown in grey.
DETECTION PATTERNS
DT-7450/7450C DUAL TEC
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Motion Sensor Product Information
40'
50'
30'
20'
10'
0
0
15 m
40'
12 m
12 m
12 m
40'
30'
9 m
9m
9m
30'
20'
6 m
6m
6m
20'
10'
3 m
3m
3m
10'
00
floor
long range
intermediate
lower
down
Zones
50'
40'
30'
20'
10'
0
2.3 m (7'6")
3m
6m
9m
12m 15m
DT-7450/7450C Side View
Wide Angle Lens
TROUBLE SHOOTING
Problem:
Red LED is flashing rapidly.
Explanation:
The sensor is in one of three conditions:
Microwave supervision failure: The sensor continues operating
using PIR as the only detection method. When detection occurs
on the PIR channel, the alarm relay will latch open until the
Microwave trouble is removed.
PIR self-test failure: Alarm relay does not actuate.
Temperature compensation failure: When alarm occurs, the
alarm relay will latch open until the trouble is cleared.
Solution:
Power down the sensor or enter the zone finder mode
which will perform self-test. If the trouble does not clear, replace
the sensor.
LED
Red
Yellow
Green
Normal
ON
Alarm
ON
Microwave
ON
PIR
Power Up
Slow
Blink
OFF
OFF
Trouble
Fast
Blink
OFF
OFF
Zone Finder
OFF
ON
Microwave
ON
PIR
OPERATION MODE
DT-7450/7450C Top View
Wall Mounted Wide Angle Lens with Typical Alarm Pattern
FCC Notice
: This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for
a field disturbance sensor pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. The user is
cautioned that changes or modifications not expressly approved by Honeywell could
void the userís authority to operate this equipment.
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B
digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to
provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation.
This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not
installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful
interference to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that
interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause
harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by
turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the
interference by one or more of the following measures:
ï Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
ï Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
ï Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the
receiver is connected.
ï Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
S
witch
1
2
3
OFF
Low Sensitivity
(Pulse Count 2)
LED Disabled
60 Hz Fluorescent Filter
ON
High Sensitivity
(Pulse Count 1)
LED Enabled
50 Hz Fluorescent Filter


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