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DT-900 Series DUAL TEC
®
Motion Sensor Supplemental Information
TROUBLESHOOTING
Vertical Adjustment
Various mounting locations may require fine vertical adjustment (e.g. uneven walls or floors, etc.). During the walk-
test, if the 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 up, when the tests are installer initiated, upon Command Input, or every hour during normal operation. When
a self-test error occurs, the Trouble relay opens and all 3 LEDs flash until the problem is corrected. If the problem
persists and the LEDs continue to flash, the unit is defective and must be returned for repair.
Trouble Memory
If the LED pattern disappears before you see it, you can retrieve the pattern. The trouble memory feature stores the
last LED pattern from a self-test detected problem or an INFORMER condition.
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-displayed.
Short the pads with the screwdriver again to clear the LED pattern and initiate a self-test.
INFORMER Conditions
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.
MOUNTING LOCATION
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 cover is tamper protected.
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 PIR 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.
Disabled:
To disable INFORMER function, set S2 to the open position.
IntelliSense, DUAL TEC and INFORMER are registered trademarks of Honeywell, Inc.
PRODUCT SPECIFICATIONS
Range:
DT-907
37 m x 3 m / 61 m x 5 m
120' x 10' / 200' x 15'
DT-901
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
IMPORTANT:
DT-900 Series sensors should be tested at least
once each year
to ensure proper operation.
DETECTION PATTERNS
Copyright 2001 IntelliSense.
5-051-506-01
Rev D
Pattern for: DT-907
37 m (120’) Range
Patterns for: DT-907
61 m (200’) Range
TOP VIEW
Barrier Lens—All Zones
SIDE VIEW
Barrier Lens—All Zones
TOP VIEW
Barrier Lens—All Zones
SIDE VIEW
Barrier Lens—All Zones
Trouble relay:
De-energized Form B
(Normally closed)
30 VDC, 25mA
Sensitivity:
2 - 4 steps within field of view
Tamper
:
Top Cover
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
o
to 49
o
C / 32
o
to 120
o
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
SIDE VIEW
Wide Angle Lens
Patterns for: DT-901
15 m (50’) Rang
e
TOP VIEW
Wide Angle Lens
Patterns for: DT-901
27 m (90’) Range
TOP VIEW
Wide Angle Lens
SIDE VIEW
Wide Angle Lens
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 IntelliSense could voi
d
the user's 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 no
t
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:
• Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
• Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
• Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected.
• Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
IC Notice:
Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) this device may not cause interference, and (2) this device
must accept any interference, including interference that may cause undesired operation of the device.
Note:
The ULC label or listed marking on a product is the only evidence provided by Underwriters Laboratories of Canada to
identify products that have been produced under the Listing and Follow-Up Service.
Indicates Detection Area
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.
If a self-test error is detected, the self-test LED pattern, all three LEDs flashing, replaces the INFORMER LED pattern.
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.)
NOTE:
If you enter the de-
tection pattern and the LEDs
go off, you can retrieve the
LED pattern to pinpoint the
problem. Refer to
Trouble
Memory
above.
Table 3 INFORMER
Troubleshooting Matrix
MW environmental problem
MW unstable
MW range too long
PIR was blocked
(Pattern disappears)
(Pattern disappears)
Reaction of LEDs
to Walk-Test
Condition of LEDs
with No Motion
MW
(Yellow)
A
LARM
(Red)
PIR
(Green)
PIR
(Green)
MW
(Yellow)
ALARM
(Red)
RATIO
IMBALANCE
RATIO
IMBALANCE
Type of
Problem
RATIO
IMBALANCE
RATIO
IMBALANCE
PIR environmental problem
PIR unstable
MW range too short
Possible
Causes
PIR range too short
PIR aimed wrong
PIR not reporting
MW range too short
MW not reporting
LED Legend:
= LED is Flashing Slow
=LED is OFF
DT-901
DT-907
6
8
10 12 14 50 90 120 200
1.8 2.4 3
3.7 4.3 15 27 37 61
Feet
Meters
Figure 1
DT-901/907 Printed Circuit Board 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 5
Locate correct sensor range scale
and rotate Vertical Adjustment Screw
until the diamond corresponds to the
sensor mounting height (coarse
adjust).
Step 6
Set switch S3 to establish the sensi-
tivity best suited to your application.
Step 7
Select INFORMER
®
mode with switch
S2, if desired. (See
Supplemental
Information
).
SENSITIVITY
HIGH
LOW
H
N*
L**
S3
NORMAL
*Factory default setting.
**Not connected
Step 8
Carefully push screwdriver into slot
to disengage latch and remove
bottom cover.
Step 9
Unfasten screws and remove mount-
ing plate from sensor.
Step 10
Attach mounting plate to wall at
desired height, using four fasteners
(not supplied).
Step 11
Pull about 30 cm (12”) of wire from
wall through the opening in the
mounting plate and route wire to the
terminal strip.
Step 12
Hang the sensor on the mounting
plate hooks and fasten with the two
mounting plate screws.
Step 13
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 14
Loosen horizontal locking screw in
sensor support base.
Step 15
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 16
Apply power to sensor and prepare
for walk-test.
Step 19
For finer horizontal adjustments,
loosen the PIR horizontal fine locking
screw on PCB.
Step 21
Tighten horizontal fine locking screw
on PCB.
NOTE:
Fine adjustment allows for small
changes (3 degrees right or left) between
coarse settings.
Step 20
Rotate horizontal fine adjust knob to
the desired position.
30 cm (12”) minimum
TROUBLE
(NC)
30 VDC, 25 mA
TAMPER
(NC)
30 VDC, 25 mA
ALARM OUTPUTS
(NO, NC, COM)
25 VDC, 125 mA,
Form C relay
END-OF-LINE
Connect terminating
resistors on last unit
POWER
10 - 15 VDC
50 mA (max) at 12 VDC
DT-901
DT-907
MODEL
RANGE
Switch S4
MIRROR
Selector
*Factory default setting.
Step 4
Set switch S4 to establish microwave
range.
Step 22
Tighten horizontal locking screw in
sensor support base.
Step 23
Remove jumper at J5, on the PCB,
to disable the LEDs after walk-
testing.
Step 24
Complete installation by closing top
cover and replacing bottom cover.
Wait 90 seconds for power-up self-
test to run. All LEDs will flash.
.

NOTE:
LEDs flashing after 90 sec. = defective
PIR
(Green)
MW
(Yellow)
ALARM
(Red)
NOTE:
Fine adjust may be needed during
walk-test. See Supplemental Information.
2
m
(
6
’)
4 m (12’)
DT-901
15 m (50’)
CLOSED
50’
DT-907
61 m (200’)
OPEN*
200’ *
DT-907
37 m (120’)
CLOSED 120’
DT-901
27 m (90’)
OPEN*
90’ *
Step 18
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:
When there is no motion in the
detection area, all three LEDs should be off.
NOTE:
If an on-going self-test problem or an
INFORMER condition occurs, the LEDs
display a pattern that identifies the trouble.
See
Supplemental Information
(Table 3).
Step 17
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.
**Not recommended for DT-906
Optimal
Mounting
Height


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