Honeywell DT900 & DT906 - Install Guide



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Document Transcript

MODEL

RANGE
Switch S4

MIRROR
Selector
DT-906

61 m (200')
OPEN*
200' *
DT-906

37 m (120')
CLOSED
120'
DT-900

27 m (90')
OPEN*
90' *

DT-900

15 m (50')
CLOSED

50'
SENSITIVITY
S3
HIGH
H
NORMAL

N*

LOW

L**

 
DT·900 Series
DUAL TEC
®
Motion Sensor for Commercial

and
Light Industrial Applications - Installation Instructions

Step 1
Select mounting height.

Step 2
Carefully push screwdriver into slots

to
disengage latches and open top

cover.

Step 3
Firmly insert screwdriver into slot in arrow
and rotate PIR Mirror Selector

to the
correct range.

Step 4
Set switch S4 to
establish microwave

range.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 


Step 5
Locate correct sensor range scale

and
rotate Vertical Adjustment Screw

until the
diamond corresponds to the

sensor
mounting height (coarse

adjust).









NOTE
: Fine adjust may be needed during

walk-test. See Supplemental Information.
Step 6
Set switch S3 to establish the sensitivity
best suited to your application.











*Factory default setting.
**Not connected
**Not recommended for DT-906
Step 7
Select INFORMER
®


mode with switch

S2 if desired. (See
Supplemental

Information
).
Step 8
Carefully push screwdriver into slot to
disengage latch and remove

bottom
cover.

 
Step 9
Unfasten screws and remove mounting
plate from sensor.
 
 
Step 10
Attach mounting plate to wall at

desired
height, using four fasteners

(not
supplied).

Step 11
Install M5 (#10) screw in wall 1.9 cm

(3/4") below mounting screw, as

shown,
for tamper activation.
 
 
 
1.9 cm (3/4")
Step 12
Pull about 30 cm (12") of wire from wall
through the opening in the

mounting
plate and route wire to the

terminal strip.
Step 13
Hang the sensor on the mounting

plate
hooks and fasten with the two mounting
plate screws.


Step 14
Wire the unit
as shown.


Use 2.0 - 0.3 mm
2
(14 – 22 AWG)





NOTE
: Secure
wires to
mounting plate with
tie wraps.

Step 15
Loosen horizontal locking screw in
sensor support base.

 
 
Step 16
Grasp housing and rotate it to the

desired
position (coarse adjust). If

fine adjust is
needed see Steps 20 -

22.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
NOTE: Reference marks
=
5° change.

Step 17
Apply power to sensor and prepare

for
walk-test.


Wait 90 seconds for power-up self-test
to run. All LEDs will flash.

PIR ALARM MW

(Green) (Red) (Yellow)








NOTE
: LEDs flashing after 90 sec.
=
defective

Step 18
Turn the microwave potentiometer
counterclockwise to decrease the

microwave range to minimum.

During walk-test, gradually turn the

potentiometer clockwise increasing

microwave sensitivity until the

desired
range is obtained.
Step 19
Walk-test the sensor to check for

adequate detection coverage and to

verify the sensor is fully functional.

Two to
four normal steps should

make the LEDs
light and trigger an alarm.
 
NOTE
: If an on-going self-test problem, mask

condition or an INFORMER condition occurs, the
LEDs display a pattern that identifies the

trouble.
See
Supplemental Information

(Table 3).

NOTE
: When there is no motion in the

detection area, all three LEDs should be off.
Step 20
For finer horizontal adjustments,

loosen
the PIR horizontal fine locking

screw on
PCB.









Step 21
Rotate horizontal fine adjust knob to

the
desired position.
NOTE
: Fine adjustment allows for small

changes (3 degrees right or left) between

coarse settings.

Step 22
Tighten horizontal fine locking screw

on
PCB.


Step 23
Tighten horizontal locking screw in
sensor support base.
 
Step 24
Remove jumper at J5, on the PCB,

to
disable the LEDs after walk-testing.










Step 25
Complete installation by closing top

cover and replacing bottom cover.




DT

906
 
 
 
 
DT

900
 

 
30 cm (12”) minimum
4 m (12’)
2 m (6’)
Optimal
O
p
t
i
m
a
l

Mounting
M
o
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n
t
i
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g

Height
H
e
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h
t


Mounting Location Guidelines

Avoid direct or reflected sunlight, infrared light.

Aim sensor away from windows, heating/cooling devices or
large moving objects.

Sensor must have a clear line-of-sight to protected area.

Keep at least 1 meter (3’) of space in front of sensor clear. Condition of LEDs

with No Motion

PIR
A
LARM
MW

(Green) (Red) (Yellow)

Reaction of LEDs

to Walk-Test

PIR ALARM MW

(Green) (Red) (Yellow)
Type of
Possible

Problem
Causes

 
 
 
 
 
 
(Pattern disappears)
MW environmental problem

IMBALANCE
MW range too long
PIR was blocked
 
RATIO

IMBALANCE

PIR range too short
PIR aimed wrong

PIR not reporting
 
 
 
 
 
(Pattern disappears)
RATIO

IMBALANCE

PIR environmental problem

PIR unstable

MW range too short
RATIO
MW range too short

IMBALANCE
MW not reporting

 
Operating Mode

Alert

Local Test

Standby

Remote Test

Walk Test LED's

Disabled
Enabled
Disabled
Disabled
Microwave Oscillator
On
On
Off

On
Alarm Outputs
Enabled
Enabled
Frozen

Enabled
Alarm Memory Activated
Yes

No
No
Yes

Alarm Memory Reset

Only when Entering
No
No
No
Alarm Memory Displayed
(Red LED flashing)

Disabled
Enabled
Enabled
Disabled
Trouble
Disabled
Enabled
Enabled
Disabled

DT·900 Series DUAL TEC
®
Motion Sensor Supplemental Information
MOUNTING LOCATION

DT-906

DT-900

Aim the sensor toward the interior of the room, away from windows, moving machinery, and heating/
cooling sources.
Make sure the sensor has a clear line-of-sight to all areas you wish to protect. If the PIR is blocked, the

unit will not alarm.
 
TAMPER
The sensor covers and wall mounting are tamper protected. A screw must be installed in the wall

to utilize the tamper feature.

WIRING

Reverse polarity will not damage the sensor
.

Knockouts are provided to allow wire entry via 1/2" EMT or surface wiring conduit.
NOTE
: For proper wiring methods, refer to the National Electrical Code NFPA 70.


INFORMER MODE
The INFORMER circuit counts the number of events registered by both the microwave and PIR

technologies, and uses the resulting ratio to determine if either technology is working properly or is

misapplied. Establish the INFORMER mode using switch S2. (See Step 7.)

Mode 1
:
Set S2 to position 1.
In Mode 1, 32 PIR events without a microwave event will cause the

unit to go into PIR INFORMER.
128 microwave events without a PI
R event will cause the unit to go

into microwave INFORMER. One LED indication does not relate to one PIR event.

Mode 2
:
Set S2 to position 2.
In Mode 2, 16 PIR events without a microwave event will cause the

unit to go into PIR INFORMER. 16
microwave events without a PIR event will cause the unit to go
into microwave INFORMER. One LED indication does not relate to one microwave event.

NOTE
: The Mode 2 setting is not recommended. Use only if fast INFORMER activation
is required.
Trouble Memory

Disabled
: To disable INFORMER function, set S2 to the open position.
If the LED pattern disappears before you see it, you can retrieve the pattern. The trouble memory feature stores the last LED p
attern from
a self-test detected problem or an INFORMER condition.
When an INFORMER condition occurs, the trouble relay opens, and the LEDs display an INFORMER trouble code. The sensor performs
a self-test within the hour to determine if the problem is internal.
To recover the LED pattern, first open the Top Cover (see Step 2). Using a small screwdriver, momentarily short circuit the two
Self-Test

pads located on the printed circuit board (see Supplemental Information, Figure 1). The trouble LED pattern will be re-displaye
d.
If a self-test error is detected, the self-test LED pattern, all three LEDs flashing, replaces the INFORMER LED pattern.
Short the pads with the screwdriver again to clear the LED pattern and initiate a self-test.
If no self-test error occurs, the unit continues to display the INFORMER LED pattern and relay remains open. The problem is

misapplication. Walk-test the sensor to pinpoint the cause. (Refer to
Troubleshooting
Table 3.)
Anti-Mask

The DT-900 Series anti-mask feature detects attempts to block or cover the sensor by sending an active infrared beam out into t
he
INPUT MODES

sensor's field-of-view, at regular 8 second intervals. If the DT-900/DT-906 is blocked or covered (i.e. with a box or fabric) t
he beam
The DT-900 Series accommodates several international operating requirements using two operating modes-Standard mode with
is ref
lected back to the sensor. After two consecutive reflected beams, the sensor signals a trouble condition-green and red
remote LED enable and Command Input capability or European 2-Wire CENELEC mode (INPUT 1 and INPUT 2). For Standard
LEDs flash r
apidly and the mask relay opens.
Mode, remove jumper J4 and install jumper J6. For CENELEC mode, remove jumper J6 (See Figure 1).
INFORMER Conditions

Table 1 Standard Mode-J6 Installed
Table 2 CENELEC Mode-J6 Removed

Table 3 describes two trouble alerts which are reported by
the INFORMER circuit. To use this troubleshooting matrix:

1)
Find the trouble alert that describes the condition of the walk-test LEDs (with no motion in the area).
2)
Walk-test the sensor, carefully watching the reaction of the diagnostic LEDs.
3)
Refer to the
Possible Causes
column of the matrix for an explanation of the way in which the diagnostic LEDs

reacted to the walk-test.

Table 3 INFORMER

Troubleshooting Matrix


Table 4 Cenelec Functions









RATIO











TROUBLESHOOTING
Vertical Adjustment

Various mounting locations may require fine vertical adjustment (e.g. uneven walls or floors, etc.). During the walk-test, if t
he PIR is short-

ranged, turn the Vertical Adjust Screw
counterclockwise
. If the PIR is over-ranged, turn the Vertical Adjust Screw
clockwise
.
(See Step 5.)

Self-Test

The sensor microcontroller automatically performs a series of self-tests in the following instances: When the unit is powered u
p, when
tests are installer initiated, upon Command Input, or every hour during normal operation. A self-test error causes the Trouble
relay
to open and all 3 LEDs flash until the problem is corrected. If the problem persists and the LEDs continue to flash, the unit i
s defective
LED Legend: = LED is Flashing Slow
=LED is OFF

and must be returned fo
r
re
p
air.
DETECTION PATTERNS


Patterns for: DT-900


Patterns for: DT-900

Pattern for: DT-906

TOP VIEW

27 m (90') Range
15 m (50') Range
61 m (200') Range
Barrier Lens-All Zones
TOP VIEW
TOP VIEW

Wide Angle Lens
Wide Angle Lens







SIDE VIEW

Barrier Lens-All Zones











Pattern for: DT-906

TOP VIEW

37 m (120') Range
Barrier Lens-All Zones









Indicates Detection Area

SIDE VIEW

Barrier Lens-All Zones
SIDE VIEW
SIDE VIEW

Wide Angle Lens
Wide Angle Lens








PRODUCT SPECIFICATIONS


IMPORTANT
: DT-900 Series sensors should be tested
at least once each year
to ensure proper operation.
Range:
DT-906
37 m x 3 m / 61 m x 5 m
120' x 10' / 200' x 15'
DT-900
15 m x 12 m / 27 m x 21 m
50' x 40' / 90' x 70'
Alarm relay:
Energized Form C; 25 VDC, 125 mA
22 ohm series protection resistor
Power requirements:
10 - 15 VDC; 50 mA (max) at 12 VDC
AC Ripple: 3V peak-to-peak at nominal
12 VDC
PIR white light immunity:
6500 Lux
RFI immunity:
30 V/m, 10 MHz – 1000 MHz
Trouble relay:
De-energized Form B;
(Normally closed); 30 VDC, 25 mA
Mask relay:
De-energized Form B
(Normally closed)
30 VDC, 25 mA
Input 1 & 2:
Self-test initiate
Active low 0 to 1.5V
Inactive high 5 to V+
Sensitivity:
2 – 4 steps within field of view
Tampers:
Wall, top & bottom covers
30 VDC, 25 mA (NC)
PIR fields of view:
61 m (200’) Range
2 long
6 intermediate long
4 intermediate
4 intermediate lower
8 lower
2 down
37 m (120’) Range
6 long
4 intermediate long
4 intermediate
8 lower
2 down
27 m (90’) Range
18 long
18 intermediate long
16 intermediate
12 intermediate lower
8 lower
2 down
15 m (50’) Range
18 long
16 intermediate long
12 intermediate
8 lower
2 down
Microwave frequencies:
X band
Operating temperature:
0° to 49° C / 32° to 120° F
Relative Humidity:
5% to 95% relative humidity
(non-condensing)
Dimensions:
20 cm x 16.5 cm x 15.2 cm
8” x 6 1/2” x 6”
Weight:
1.36 kg / 3 pounds
Packaged product:
1.6 kg / 3.5 pounds
Approvals/listings:
FCC certified
Industry Canada
UL listed
ULC listed
FEDERAL COMMUNICATIONS COMMISSION STATEMENTS

The user shall not make any changes or modifications to the equi
pment unless authorized by the Installation Instructions or Use
r'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 statement for your information:
This equipment 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 comply with the limits for a Cla
ss B computing device in accordance
with the specifications in Part 15 of FCC Rules, which are desig
ned to provide reasonable protection against such interference
in a residential installation. However,
there is no guarantee that interference will no
t occur in a particular inst
allation. 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 an
y 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 ci
rcuits.
• Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
INDUSTRY CANADA CLASS B STATEMENT
This Class 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 co
nditions:
(1) This device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) This device must accept any interference received, including interf
erence 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 appar
eil doit accepter toute interférence reçue y compris les in
terférences causant une réception indésirable.
DUAL TEC and INFORMER are registered trademarks of Honeywell International Inc.

Copyright 2012 Honeywell International Inc. All rights reserved.
P/N 5-051-344-00 Rev H


Feet
6 8 10 12 14 50 90 120 200
Meters
1.8 2.4 3 3.7 4.3 15 27 37 61

Input Condition

Operating Mode

HIGH/Not connected
LOW

Alert
Local Test
Standb
y
Remote Test
Input 1
LEDs Disabled
LEDs Enabled
Input 1
high
low
high
low
Input 2
Normal Operation
Self-test

Input 2
high
high
low
low

NOTES
For Standard Mode/INPUT 2 (remote self-test) use only-install jumper J4

If enabled, the green and yellow LEDs will light only during the walk-test period. The walk-test period begins about 30
seconds after the s
y
stem is turned on, and lasts for 10 minutes.
 
MW environmental problem
MW unstable
MW range too long
PIR was blocked
NOTE
: If you enter the
detection pattern and the
LEDs go off, you can
retrieve the LED pattern
to pinpoint the problem.
Refer to
Trouble
Memory
above.
 
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P.O. Box 9040, Melville, NY 11747
www.honeywell.com/security
 
Remote Test Mode
Causes the unit to enter
a remote self-test
(ongoing self-test). The
Anti-Mask

Output
becomes a "test running"
output and remains open
for the

duration of the
test. If the

unit passes all
the self-

tests, the alarm
relay is

activated for one
second

For the latest U.S. warranty information, please go to: www.honeywell.com/security/hsc/resources/wa

or
Please contact your local authorized Honeywell representative for product warranty information.
Figure 1
DT900 Printed Circuit Board


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