Honeywell DT8050A - Install Guide Dated 03/14 Rev. B



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DT
8050A
DUAL TEC
®
Motion Sensor
with Anti-
Mask -
Installation Instructions

QUICK LINKS

Mounting Location
Guidelines

Open the Sensor

Mount the Sensor

Se
nsor Components and Settings

Wire
the Sensor

Wiring Examples

Walk Test the Sensor

Detection Patterns

Remote LED Enable

Relay Operation

Mask Condition

Tro
ubleshooting

Sensor Specifications

Accessories
Approval
Listings












Mounting location guidelines:


The
optimal
range is obtained at a mounting height

of
7’ 6” (2.3m).


Allow a clear line
-of-sight to all areas to protect.


Avoid mounting anything within 12” (30cm) in front of the sensor
*.

Do not directly face
windows.


Avoid
close proximity to moving machinery, fluorescent lights, and heating/cooling sources
.

Not for use in applications with pets.


1.

Turn the arrow to point to the Unlock symbol.

2. Press firmly on housing latch.

3. Gently separate the front and rear housing.

- 2 -










[A
]

= Wall mounting holes.



[B]
= Corner mounting holes.


The rear tamper plate MUST be
mounted to a stud, solid wood, or with
a robust wall anchor.


See wiring
details and
examples on
page 3.


- 3 -
WIRING
DETAILS
FOR INTER
NAL EOL RESISTORS

-
Observe proper polarity.

-
Connect the sensor to the panel (see wiring diagrams
below).

-
For Vista panels, set the Internal 2K EOL switc
h ON
(factory default).

Notes:

-
Consult the Control Panel manual to determine proper EOL
selection.

-
The
EOL setting
must
only have one switch ON.

-
If not using the internal EOL resistors, set all switches to OFF.


Wiring
Examples
To connect all three outpu
ts (sensor alarm,
tamper and trouble/anti
-mask) to one zone
input:
All alarm, tamper and trouble/anti
-mask
events are “alarms” when the system is armed or
“fault” when disarmed.





To connect the sensor alarm output to one
zon
e input and the tamper and trouble/anti
-
mask outputs to a second zone input:
The
alarm relay is wired to one zone; the tamper and
trouble/anti
-mask are wired to another zone; the
control panel differentiates alarm conditions from
tamper and trouble/anti
-m
ask conditions.




To connect the sensor alarm, tamper and
trouble/anti
-mask outputs to three separate
zone inputs:
The alarm, tamper and trouble/anti
-
mask are each wired to a separate zone; the
control panel differentiates ala
rm, tamper and
trouble/anti
-mask conditions.













- 4 -





















LED

Power
Up

Walk Test

Normal

Trouble

Anti-
Mask

Red

Slow

Blink

ON

Alarm

ON

Alarm

Fast

Blink

OFF
Yellow

OFF
ON

Microwave

ON

Microwave

OFF
Fast

Blink

Green

OFF

ON PIR

ON PIR

OFF

OFF


Zones

A
2
Look
-down

B
12
Lower

C

10


Intermediate

D
36


Long



1.

Apply power to the sensor. Initialization is complete when the LED

stops flashing slowly (about 30 s
econds).

2. Turn the microwave sensitivity counterclockwise to reduce the microwave range (minimum = 16.4’ / 5m) and
close the sensor.

3. Walk through the detection area and observe the LED.

4. Adjust the microwave range as necessary to meet installation requirements
.
Walk test mode is active for 10 minutes, then automatically exits test mode, disables the LED and enters
normal operation mode. For an additional 10 minute walk test, enable
walk
test mode again with the f
lashlight
feature:

Note
: During power up and w
alk
test modes
the LED is active regardless of the LED Enable/Disable D
IP switch setting
.

Flashlight Feature:

1. Use a flashlight with a bright light beam, and stand within 4’ (1.2 m) of the sensor.

2. Swing the light beam
past
the sensor IR window 3-
5 times, h
olding the beam

on
the window for 0.5 second each pass.

The flashlight feature is only available for the first 24 hours after the first power up
.
- 5 -

REMOTE LED ENABLE (
LED
INPUT)
*
The
LED
input terminal allows the LED to be
remotely enable
d. To use this feature, the LED
DIP switch (switch 2) must be OFF, allowing the
LED to operate based on the voltage level
connected to the LED
Input (see
Wiring Details
).
Switch 2

LED

Input

LED Operation

OFF

High ( +12
V)

Enabled

OFF

Low (0 V)

Disabled

ON

Low (0 V) or High (+12 V)

Enabled
RELAY OPERATION


SENSOR STATUS


Normal

Intrusion

Trouble
1

Mask
2

Alarm Relay

Closed

Open

Closed

Open

Trouble

Relay
3

Closed

Closed

Open

Open

1
For information on Trouble
conditi
ons, see the Troubleshooting
section.

2
In a Mask condition, the Alarm and
Trouble
relays will activate simultaneously,
and remain open until the condition has been cleared.

3
In a
Trouble
condition, the Trouble
relay w
ill latch open until the Trouble
condition has been cleared.

MASK CONDITION

Normal Anti
-Mask Condition

The sensor uses Active Infrared (AIR) technology to detect
masking.
The sensor signals a mask condition when a variety
of mate
rials and reflective objects are placed with
in 2 inches
(50mm
) in front of the sensor. To avoid false mask alarms,
follow the mounting guidelines shown in Step 1
.
Clearing an Anti
-Mask Condition

When
most
masking materials or
objects
are removed,
the
anti
-mask condition will be cleared
after several
second
s.
When
the cause of the anti
-mask
condition is any type of spray

or paint coating applied to the
window
, the window
must be
replaced before the ant
i-mask
condition can be cleared. After
replacing the window
, perform a
walk
test
on the sensor
.
TROUBLESHOOTING



TROUBLE*


NORMAL

Mask
1

Low
Voltage
2

Self
-
Test
Failure
3

Alarm Relay

Closed

Open

Closed

Closed

Trouble Relay

Closed

Open

Open

Open

Red L
ED

Off

Off

Off

Flashing

Yellow LED

Off

Flashing

Off

Off

*TROUBLE CONDITIONS:

1
Mask condition: Sensor IR window is blocked or masked.

2
Low Voltage: The sensor is disabled.
[Note: If voltage drops below 7.9V,
the
Trouble relay
will
open.]

3
Self
-Test Fa
ilure conditions:



Microwave supervision failure:
The sensor is operating in PIR mode only.



PIR self
-test failure:
The sensor is disabled.



Temperature compensation failure: The temperature compensation is
disabled.

Depending on the Trouble condition, take the following corrective actions:



Verify the sensor is not blocked or masked.



Verify the power supply is sufficient (at least 9
V at the sensor).



Cycle power to the sensor.



Walk test
the sen
sor.



If the Trouble condition does not clear, replace the sensor.









SPECIFICATIONS

Range:
53’ x 7
2’ / 16 m x 22 m

Wall Mounting Height:
6’9” - 8’9” (2.1 m
- 2.7 m); Optimal 7’6” (2.3 m)

Power:
9.0-
15 VDC
(UL: 9.
5-15 VDC)
; 15 mA typical, 18 mA maximum
;
AC Ripple: 3 V peak
-to-peak at nominal 12 VDC

Alarm Relay
: Energized Form A; 30 mA, 25 VDC, 22 Ohms resistance
maximum. Alarm Relay Duration: 3 seconds

Trouble Relay
: Energized Form B; (NC) 30 mA, 25 VDC; 22 Ohms
resistance maximum

Tampers
: Cover & Wall; (NC with cover installed) Form A;

30 mA, 25 VDC

Microwave Frequencies
: 10.525 GHz

RFI Immunity
: 20V/m
10-
1000MHz, 15V/m
1000-
2700M
Hz

PIR White Light Immunity
: 6,500 Lux typical

Fluorescent light filter
: 50 Hz /
60 Hz.

Operating Temperature
:
14° to 131° F / -
10° to 55° C

Relative Humidity
: 5 to 93
% (UL tested at 93%)
; non-
condensing

Temperature Compensation
: Advanced Dual Slope
Dimensions:
4.57”

H x 2.7
6” W x 1.69”
D /

11.6 cm H x 7.0 cm W x 4.3 cm D

Weight
:
5 oz / 142 g (net weight)

ACCESSORIES


SMB
-
10
*


(P/N 0
-000
-110
-01)

Swivel Mount Bracket

SMB
-
10C
*


(P/N 0
-
000
-
111
-
01)

Swivel Mount Ceiling Bracket

SMB
-
10T
*


(P/N 0
-
000
-
155
-
01)

Swivel Mount Bracket w/Tamper
DT8
-
G3 IR W
indow Kit


(P/N DT8G3IRW5PK)

Replacement IR Window Kit –

5 Pack


Cable
*

(P/N 1103)

General purpose, Solid 22 AWG,
4 conductor

Cable
*

(P/N 1104)

General purpose, Stranded 22
AWG, 4 conductor

Cable
*

(P/N 1106)

General purpose, Solid 22 AWG,
6 conductor

Cable
*

(P/N 1107)

General purpose, Stranded 22
AWG, 6 conductor

* Not evaluated by UL.

APPROVAL
LISTINGS




FCC part 15, Class B verified


IC ICES
-003, Class B verified


UL 639


ULC S306-03

SIA-PIR
-01 Passive Infrared detector standard features for
false alarm immunity.

Product must be tested at least once each year.

All wiring must be in accordance with: the National Electrical Code
(ANSI/NFPA70); the Canadian Electrical Code, Part I (where
applicable); UL681, Standard for Install
ation and Classification of
Burglar and Holdup Alarm Systems; ULC
-S302, Standard for
Installation and Classification of Burglar Alarm Systems for Financial
and Commercial Premises, Safes and Vaults; ULC
-S310, Standard for
Installation and Classification of
Residential Burglar Alarm Systems;
local codes and the authorities having jurisdiction.

The products are intended to be powered by a power
-limited output of
a UL/CUL Listed Burglar Alarm control unit, or via a Listed
UL603/ULC
-S318 power
-limited power supply that provides 4 hours of
standby power
.
The sensor must be mounted indoors, within the protected premises,
and on a wooden stud, solid wood or with a robust wall anchor.

UL Notes
: All interconnecting devices must be UL Listed.
The
anti -
mask feature
has not been evaluated by UL.
































































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FEDERAL COMMUNICATIONS COMMISSION 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 to FCC requirements and has been found acceptable for use. The FCC requires the following stat
ement for your
information:

This equi
pment generates and uses radio frequency energy and if not installed and used properly, that is, in strict accordance with the
manufacturer's instructions, may cause interference to radio and television reception. It has been type tested and found to c
ompl
y with the limits for
a Class B computing device in accordance with the specifications in Part 15 of FCC Rules, which are designed to provide reasonable protection
against such interference in a residential installation. However, there is no guarantee that
interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this
equipment does cause 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:


Reorient the receiving antenna until interference is reduced or eliminated.


Move the radio or television receiver away from the receiver/control.


Move the antenna leads away from any wire runs to the receiver/control.


Plug the receiver/control into a different outlet so that it and the radio or television receiver are on different branch cir
cuits.


Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.

INDUSTRY CANADA CLASS B STATEMENT

This C
lass B digital apparatus complies with Canadian ICES
-003.

Cet appareil numérique de la classe B est conforme à la norme NMB
-003 du Canada.

FCC / IC STATEMENT

This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules, and RSS210 of Industry Canada. 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.

Cet appareil est conforme à la partie 15 des règles de la FCC & de RSS 210 des Industries 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 r
eçue y compris les
interférences ca
u
sant une réception indésirable.




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