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PROSiXCO
W
ireless Carbon Monoxide (CO) Detector


Installation
and
Setup
Guide
ATTENTION!

This device is intended
for use with Honeywel
l Home
PRO
SiX™

series control panels
. Before installing detectors, please
thoroughly read
and follow
these installat
ion instructions
.
NOTE:
This document should
be kept
for future reference.

POWER UP



Remove battery pull tab. Be sure batteries are seated properly
to avoid a low battery condition after 15 seconds


Upon power up,
Green LED Blinks every 2 secs / Sounder is
Silent
.
FEATURES

10-year life

CO Detector End
-o f-Life reporting (detector needs replacing)


Carbon Monoxide detector maintenance reporting

Low Battery Detection

Multi
-color
status LED


ENROLLMENT

1. Set the Controller in Programming Mode
and when prompted:

2. Remove the battery tabs to activate
the device and begin the enrollment process.

3. The Green LED flashes rapidly during enrollment (up to about 20 seconds
). The detector sends its unique MAC ID (Serial
Number) and Services information to the contr
oller.

*NOTE:
Enrollment time varies depending
on the signal strength between the device and the controller.

4. Enrollment is confirmed
after a second trigger,
the Green LED turns
ON for 3 seconds
, and the detector chirps.

5. If the detector is not successfully
enrolled during the enrollment period, the LE
D turns off and the device powers down. Press

and release the tamper to retrigger the enrollment (the LED starts flashing fast again).

NOTE:
Once enrolled in a system, the PROSiXCO
cannot be used with another controller until it is removed from the current

controller. See the Controller’s instructions for details.

2


24
-
HOUR ENROLLMENT DELETION AND DEFAULT

If the device is enrolled in a panel different than the intended panel, and you are unable to delete

it from the unintended panel, reset
the devic
e to factory default setting:

This procedure is available for 24 hours after enrollment with a panel and the device remains powered (battery installed).

1. Remove power from the detector.

2. Press the CO Test Button.

3. While holding the test button, insert the batteries.
Continue holding the test button for 5
seconds and release
4.


The status LED should start blinking green rapidly to confirm its deleted enrollment.


MOUNTING

After enrolling and before mounting permanently, conduct a sensor
test (see control
ler
’s instructions) to verify adequate signal
strength. Adjust the device location as necessary.

1.


Remove the CO with a counter
-
clockwise motion.

2. Using two supplied screws and anchors, mount the base.
3. Attach
the CO detector to the mounting base with a c
loc
kwise motion.
4. Test each detector as described in the Testing section.

5. Confirm all desired signals have been received by the Central Station.

NOTE
S:

1. NFPA 72
0 recommends the installation of detectors only
after completing
construction or any other dust
producing activity.

2. This device should not be located within 5 ft. (1.5m) of any cooking appliance.


Ceiling Mount

Wall Mount
3


TESTING SIGNAL STRENGTH

Perform this test in accordance with NFPA 72 ins
pection, testing and maintenance requirements to
determine a strong
communication path with the control panel.
1.

Activate the wireless system’s
SENSOR

TEST mode.

2. Press the detector’s TEST button (•) for 1-2 seconds. The detector should immediately tr
ansmit an alarm signal to the
control panel. T
he
built
-in horn will start to sound about 2.5 seconds after pressing the button.
3. The wireless system’s keypad should emit at least three beeps when the alarm transmission is received and display the
transm
itting detector’s zone number.

4. When the consol
e has received the test signal, the horn will stop and a few seconds later the detector’s zone number will clear
from the console display.
5. If the console does not respond as noted, and if this is an ini
tial installation, try moving the detector to anot
her location that
provides proper reception. Also, be sure that the detector has been “enrolled” by the controller (see Enrollment section). Then,
repeat the test.

6.

Turn off the system’s TEST mode
.


TESTING

Test communications between the detector and t
he control panel. The detector has one tes
t button (for testing CO).

The detector may also be functionally tested using canned CO. If the detector fails the test method, the detector should be
replaced.

NOTE
S:

Testing the detector will activate the alar
m and
send a signal to the panel.



Before t
esting, notify the proper authorities to avoid any false alarms.


This test should be performed to verify a good RF transmission path before mounting the detector at the intended location, and again
after the
inst
allation is complete.


CO TEST (ALARM TEST)

Press and hold the CO Test button for 1 to 2 seconds. The control panel should display and sound a CO alarm (all programmed C
O
detector loops are sent).

CO SYSTEM TEST (FUNCTIONAL CO TEST)
Press and hold the
CO Test button for 3-5 seconds to enter the
functional gas test mode.
See Functional Gas Test section below.

Functional Gas Test

Solo C6 brand canned CO may be used to verify the detector’s ability to sense CO by utilizing the RealTest® feature as foll
ows:

1.

Remove cover by rotating counter clockwis
e.

2. Press and hold the CO test button for 3 to 5 seconds. The
green LED will start blinking once per second indicating
the
detector is
in RealTest® mode. (If the detector will not
go into
RealTest® mode, t
he C
O sensor may be in fault or
at end-of
-life
.)
3. While the green LED is blinking once per second, spray a
small amount of canned CO directly into the CO entry
port.

4. Upon successful gas entry and if functioning properly, the
detector will go into CO alarm a
nd send an alarm message
to the
control panel.

5. The CO test will automatically clear when the CO clears
from
the sensor or in 30 seconds if no CO was
introduced.

6.

Reattach the cover to the detector.
4

HUSH FEATURE / ALARM SILENCE

If required, the audi
ble
alarm for CO conditions can be
silenced for
5 minutes by pushing the “Test/Hush” button.

Does not apply when high levels of CO are detected
(>350ppm).
In addition, low
battery
chirping can be silenced
for 12 hours when the Test/Hush button is pressed.
Du
ring a
CO alarm, if carbon monoxide is stil
l present after the 5-minute
hush period, the alarm will sound.

CO SENSOR END
-
of
-
LIFE FEATURE

When the CO sensor has passed end-of
-life, a trouble signal is
sent to the controller (if programmed). This indicat
es t
hat the CO
sensor inside the detector must be replaced. If unresolved for 30
days, the detector will chirp every 45 seconds. The typical life of
the CO sensor is ten years from the date of manufacture. It is
recommended to periodically check the “Replace b
y” date located
on the label on the back of
the detector head.

CARBON MONOXIDE DETECTOR: EVENTS AND THEIR ID CODES

Event

Alpha Keypad

CS Report

CO Alarm

CO Alarm

CO Alarm (CID 162)

CO Test

CO Alarm

CO alarm (CID 162)

Low Battery

Lo Bat

RF low
-
batt
ery
(CID 384)

Detector Supervision

CO Trouble

RF sensor supervision (CID 381)

Detector End
-
of
-
Life/Trouble

CO Trouble

Sensor Trouble
-

End
-
of Life (CID 380)

Tamper

Disarmed

..........

CO Trouble

Armed

..............

CO Alarm

RF Sensor Tamper
(CID 383)


REPLACING THE BATTERIE
S
Re
move old batteries. Wait 10 seconds and th
en replace
with two new batteries. To avoid a low battery indication
when installing new batteries, both batteries must be
installed within 15 seconds of installing the first one. Any
low battery condition that ma
y have occurred should clear
when the base plate is installed.
CAUTION!

The batteries used in this device may present a fire or
chemical burn hazard if mistreated. Do not recharge,
disassemble, heat above 100°C (212°F) or dispose of
in fire. Use onl
y Pa
nasonic CR123A OR DURACELL
DL123, DL123A Li
thium batteries. Use of other
batteries may present a risk of fire or explosion. Keep
used batteries away from children. Dispose of used
batteries properly.



NOTES:

1.
Constant exposure to high or low temperature or high humidity
may reduce battery life.

2.

Batteries available at your local retailer or distribution center.



CLEANING

NOTE:
Notify the proper authorities when the system
will be temporarily out of service.

IMPORTANT:

This detector must be tested and maintained regularly following NFPA
-72 requirements. The detector should be cleaned at
least once a year.

1.

Remove the detector from the base plate by turning counterclockwise.

2.
Clean the outside casing with a cloth. Ensure that the holes on the front
of the detector are not blocked with dirt and
dust. Canned air can be used to remove any dust or debris.

3.
Reattach the detector to the base plate by rotating clockwise.

4.
Test the detector to insure it is fully functional. (See Testing section).

Notify the
proper authorities and Central Station when the system is back in service.

5

MAINTENANCE

Do not paint, and do not use cleaning agents, bleach or polish the detector.

NOTE:
Before performing any maintenance on the detector, notify the proper authorities and C
entral Station that maintenance is
being performed and the system will be temporarily out of service. Disable the zone or system undergoing maintenance to
prevent any unwanted alarms. Power must be removed from the detector before performing maintenanc
e of
any kind.

The
PROSiXCO
detector reports maintenance issues to the control panel and communicates them visually and audibly
per the table below.

TROUBLE FEATURE

When the sensor (supervision) is in a trouble condition (such as CO sensor end-of
-life), th
e detector will send a trouble signal to
the control panel. Depending on the issue, the detector must then be serviced or replaced.
Please contact your service provider.

NOTE:
CO detectors are not to be used with detector guards unless the combination is eval
uated and
found suitable for that
purpose.

LED INDICATORS / LED INDICATORS

Multi
-color top LED

Green
.................................
Supervisory indication; blinks during power
on, reset, and during normal operation
Amber
.................................
Signal maintenance and trouble event
s, see table and c
ontact your service provider.

Red
.....................................
CO Alarm condition

NOTE:
PROSiXCO
beeps four times.

WARNING:

Activation of this device indicates the presence of carbon monoxide (CO) which can KILL YOU. Immediately move to fresh air
-
outdoors or by an open door or window.
Che
ck that all persons are accounted for. Do not re-enter the premises or move away
from the open door/window until the emergency service responders have arrived, the premises have been aired out and your
alarm remains in its normal condition.

MODE

Stat
us L
ED (Top)

Sounder

Normal Mode

Blink Green e
very 10s

N/A

RealTest™

Functional CO gas entry test


Waiting for gas entry

Blink Green once per second

Silent

RealTest™

Functional CO gas entry test
-
Upon successful gas entry

Blink Red once every

1
0 se
cs

Modified Temp
-
4

Low Battery

Blink Amber

every 45 secs

Chirp every 45 secs

(after 7 days)

CO Trouble

Double Blink Amber every 5s

Silent

CO End of Life


First 29 days

Double Blink Amber every 3s

Silent

CO End of Life


after 30 days

Double Bl
ink
Amber every 3s

Chirp every 45 secs

Normal
(Standby)

Single Blink Green every 10s

Silent


SPECIFICATIONS
Electrical Specifications
Voltage
..........................................................................................
3 volts DC

Battery Type
..................................................................................
Resideo 466, CR123A OR DURACELL DL123, DL123A lithium

Battery Manufacturer
.....................................................................
Panasonic,
DURACELL

Num
ber of Batteries
......................................................................
2
Sensitivity
......................................................................................
Meets UL2034/UL2075 CO sensitivity requirements

Audible Signal
...............................................................................
85dBA

Physical Specifications
Diameter
........................................................................................
5.3 inches (13.46cm) Diameter; 1.65 inches (4.19cm) Thick

Weight
...........................................................................................
7.7oz. (21g)

Operating Temperature
.................................................................
32°
– 122
° F
/ 0° –
50° C

Storage Temperature
....................................................................
-10
- 70° C (14 -
158°
F)
Operating Humidity
.......................................................................
20-95% RH

Tamper
..........................................................................................
Wall Tamper
6



CO ALARM ACTIVATION

Per UL standard 2075, the PROSiXCO

detector has been tested to the sensitivity limits defined in UL standard 2034.

CO
Alar
m Thresho
lds

Parts per Million

Detector Response Time (
Minutes)

30 +/
-

3ppm

No alarm within 30 days

70 +/
-

5ppm

60
-

240

150 +/
-

5ppm

10
-

50

400 +/
-

10ppm

4
-

15


REFER TO THE INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS FOR THE CONTROL WITH WHICH THIS DEVICE IS
USED, FOR
DE
TAILS REGARDING LIMITATIONS OF THE ENTIRE ALARM
SYSTEM.

See
Resideo
Quick Installation Guide (P/N I56-0620-000 (
www.resideo.com
) and The Limitations of Carbon Monoxide Detectors
(P/N K14670V1 4/08 REV B).

LIMITED
LIFE
OF
CO SENSOR


Th
is detector is manufactured with a long-life el
ectrochemical carbon monoxide sensor. Over time the sensor will lose sensitivity and
will need to be replaced. The life span of the CO sensor is approximately ten years from the date of manufactur
e.
Periodical
ly check t
he detector’s replacement date. Remov
e the detector head and refer to the ‘replace by’ sticker placed on the
underneath side of the detector. The sticker will indicate the date the detector should be replaced.

Reminder:



This detector is
also equipped with
a feature that will signal the panel
once the CO sensor has passed the end of its’ useful life. If
this occurs, it is time to replace the detector.

What to do if the detector goes into CO alarm:

If the detector goes into CO alarm (4
beeps), imme
diately move to a spot where fresh air is avail
able, preferably outdoors, where
the air is safe and call your security service provider. Tell your provider the detector alarm status, and that you require professional
assistance in ridding your ho
me of the
carbon monoxide.
WARNING!

Activation of this
device indicates the presence of
carbon monoxide (CO) which can KILL YOU.

This detector is NOT:



A substitute for the proper servicing of fuel
-burning appliances or the sweeping of chimneys.



To b
e us
ed on an intermitte
nt basis or as a portable alarm for t
he spillage of combustion products from fuel
-burning appliances or
chimneys.

Carbon monoxide gas is a highly poisonous gas which is released when fuels are burnt. It is invisible, has no smell an
d is

therefor
e is impos
sible to detect with the human senses
. Under normal conditions in a room where fuel burning appliances
are well maintained and correctly ventilated, the amount of carbon monoxide released into the room by appliances should
not be dangerous.

SYMPT
OMS OF CAR
BON MONOXIDE POISONING

Carbon monoxide bonds to the hemoglobin in the blood and reduces the amount of oxygen being circulated in the body. The
following symptoms are examples taken from NFPA 720; they represent approximate values for
healthy adul
ts.
Many c
ases of reported carbon monoxide pois
oning indicate that while victims are aware that they do not feel well, they become
so disoriented that they are unable to save themselves by either exiting the building or calling for assistance.
Als
o, young children,
elderly and pets may be the first to be affected.
This should be discussed with ALL members of the household.

Exposure

Symptoms

Mild Exposure
Headaches, running nose, sore eyes, often described as ‘flu’ like symptoms

Medium Expos
ure

Dizziness, drowsiness, vomiting

Extreme Exposure
Uncons
ciousness, brain damage, death

CAUTIONS


This device will only indicate the presence of carbon
monoxide gas at the sensor. Car
bon monoxide gas
may be present in other areas;



This device is designed to
protect
individual
s from the
acute effects of carbon monoxide exposure. It will not
fully safeguard individuals with specific medical
conditions. If in doubt consult a medical practitioner.



Installation of the device should not be used as a
substitu
te for proper
installat
ion, use, and maintenance
of fuel
-bur
ning appliances, including appropriate
ventilation and exhaust systems.



This carbon monoxide alarmin device is designed to
detect carbon monoxide gas from any source of
combustion. It is NOT to detec
t smoke, fire or ot
her
gases
.
7
RF EXPOSURE

Warning
– The
antenna(s) used for this device must be installed to provide a separation distance of at least 7.8 inches (20 cm)
from all persons and must not be co-located or operating in conjunction with any other antenna
or transm
itter except in accordance
with FCC a
nd ISED multi
-transmitter product procedures.

Mise en Garde
Exposition aux Fréquences Radio:
La/les antenne(s) utilisée(s) pour cet émetteur doit/doivent être installée(s) à une distance de
séparation
d'au moi
ns 20 cm (
7,8 pouces) de toute personne et ne pas être située(s) ni fonctionner parallèlement à tout autre
transmetteur ou antenne, excepté en conformité avec les procédures de produit multi transmetteur FCC et ISED.


FEDERAL COMMUNICATIONS CO
MMIS
SION (FCC) & INDUST
RY CANADA (IC) STATEMENTS

The user shall not make any changes or modifications to the equipment unless authorized by the Installation Instructions or User's Manual.
Unauthorized changes or modifications could void the user's authorit
y to
operate
the equipm
ent.

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 equipment generates and uses radio fr
equency 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
omply with the limits for
a Class B c
omputing devi
ce in accordance with the specifications in Par
t 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
par
ticular i
nstallation. If this
equipment does cause inter
ference 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 measure
s:
• If using an i
ndoor antenna, replace it with a qual
ity outdoor antenna.

• 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 r
uns 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 circuits
.
• 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 I
ndus
try Canada’s licens
e-exempt RSSs. Operation is subject t
o 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 et exempt de licence RSS d’Industrie Canada. Son fonctionnement est soumis aux
conditions suivantes: (1) Cet appareil ne doit pas causer d’interférences nuisibles. (2) Cet appareil doit ac
cept
er toute interférence reçue y compris
les interférences causant une réception indésirable.


Approval Listings / Approbatio
ns homologations

FCC/IC

Conforms to UL Std. 2075

Other Standards

RoHS














































Responsible
Part
y / Issuer of Suppl
ier’s Declaration of Conformity: Ademco Inc., a subsidiary of Resideo Technologies, Inc., 2 Corporate Center Drive.,
Melville, NY 11747, Ph: 516-
577-
2000


The product should not be disposed of with other household waste. Check for the nearest authorized collection centers or authorized recyclers. The
correct disposal of end-
of-life equipment will help prevent potential negative consequences for the environment and human health.

Any attempt to reverse-
engineer this device by decoding propr
ietary protocols, de
-compiling firmware, or any similar actions is strictly prohibited.


SUPPOR
T & WARRANTY INFORMATION
For the latest documentation
and
support, please go to:

www.resideo.com


For the latest warr
anty
information, pleas
e go to:

www.security.honeywellhome.com/warranty






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Honeywell Home Trademark is used
under license from Honeywell International Inc.

This product is manufactured
by
Resideo
Technologies
, Inc.and its aff
iliates.


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P.O. Box 9040, Melville, NY 11747

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nc.

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/19

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