Honeywell Home PROSIXCOMBO Installation Instructions - Dated 7/19 Rev. B



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PROSiXCOMBO

Combination Smoke/Carbon Monoxide (CO) Detector
w/Built
-in Wireless Transmitter
(features voice and 360
degree viewable LED rin
g)

Installation an
d Setup
Guide

T
his device is intended for use with Honeywell
Home
control panels
that support

PR
O
S
iX series
devices.
Before installing detectors, please thoroughly read these installation instructions and read
the
Limitations of Fire Alarm Systems
Insert (P/N 800
-15144
5/13)
and
System Smoke Detectors
Application Guide

(P/N SPAG9101 7/12)
– www.
resid
eo.com
.



FEATURES


Multi
-Criteria Sensing:
uses four sensing elements to react faster
while minimizing false alarms:


-
Photoelectric smoke sensor detects airborne smoke
particles


-
Carbon Monoxide (CO) sensor detects smoldering fires


-
Infrared (
IR) sensor measures ambient light

and flame signatures,
such as flame flicker


-
Heat
detection monitors for dangerous rise in temperature


One Go / All Go: all smoke detec
tors in the system
programmed
as one-go-
all -go will sound on alarm.


CO Detector End
-of
-Life reporting (detector needs replacing)


Smoke detector maintenance reporting (detector needs cleaning)


Low Battery Detection




Table 1: Operation Modes

MODE

Status LED
(Top)

LED

Windows
(Side)


Sounder

Speaker


Power Up

Blink Green,
every 2
secs
Dark

Silent

Vo
ice welcome,
instructions after first
time power up or

after default

Normal
(Standby)

Single Blink
Green every
10 secs

Dark

Silent

Silent

Smoke
Alarm

Blink Red

every 10

secs

Blink red

Temp
-3
Voice smoke
warning

Heat
Alarm

Blink Red

every 10 secs

Blink
red

Temp
-3
Voice smoke
warning

CO Alarm

Blink Red

every 10 secs

Blink blue

Temp
-4
Voice CO

warning

Powered
Down

Dark

Dark

Silent

Silent



ENROLLMEN
T



The
PROSiXCO
MBO

has a
unique MAC ID number
. The heat, smoke
, and CO are assi
gned to loops 1
-
3 re
spectively

and

are enrolled in separate
zones.

NOTE:
Once enrolled, the device cannot be used with another system until it is removed from the current con
troller. See the
24-hour Enrollment
Deletion section below or the
controller’s ins
tructions.

Enroll th
e Device Services (Smoke, Heat, CO)

1. Remove the detector from the base plate
.
2. Put the control panel in Programming mode.

3. Pull the battery tab to activate enrollment
process (be sure batteries are seated
properly to avoid a false l
ow battery conditi
on). If the battery tab has already been
removed and the unit is
powered up, press either Test switch for less than 3
seconds to activate the enrollment process.

4. The device attempts enrollment (green LED flashes about 8 seconds). If successful, the green LED lights steady for 3 seconds and the device
announces succe
ssful enrollment.


If the LED does not light steady, enrollment failed. Retry by pressing either Test switc
h for less than 3 seconds.

All services (Smoke, Heat, and CO) are
automatically enr
olled in sequential (or next available) zone numbers with the fol
lowing default attributes:

NOTE
: Maintenance and CO End-
of-Life are automatically enrolled for

the respective smoke and CO zones. Contact ID code E386 “Low Maintenance Smoke” is sent for the
CO zone at End-
of-Life and Contact ID code
E385 “High Maintenanc
e Smoke” is sent for the Smoke Zone when dirty.


Supervision
: Detector supervision is factory set for 1 minute and is not programmable.

Zone

Device Type

Zone Response Type

Smoke Det.

Smoke Detector

Fire No Ver
ificat
ion

Heat Det.

Heat Sensor

Fire No Verification

CO Det.

Carbon Mono. Det.

C
arbon Mo
noxide


24-Hour Enrollment Deletion

Use th
is procedure within 24 hours of initial enrollment to delete this device from the controller. This al
lows reenrollment in a specific controller in case
enrollment in that controller failed.
This resets the device to factory default settings and removes the
communication li
nk data in the controller in which
it is enrolled
.
1.
Press and hold
both the Smoke and
CO test switches simultaneously
until the welcome message announces, then release.

2.
Wait for the green LED to flash rapidly.

3.
Press and hold both
switches
again for one second and release.

4.

LED blinks rapidly after 15 seconds, confirming d
eletion.

LANGUAGE
SELECTION

1. Press and hold both the Smoke and CO test switches simultaneously for 5 seconds until Welcome message is announced, then rele
ase. The green
light flashes rapi
dly.

2. Pre
ss the Test button corresponding to the desired language:


English:
Press the Smoke (•) test button


Spanish: Press the CO (••) test button


MOUNTING

After enrolling, verify adequate signal strength with the device in its intended mounting
location. Adjust the device location and
orientation as necessary.

1. Using two suppli
ed screws and anchors, mount the base.
2. Attach the smoke detector to the mounting base with a clockwise motion.
3.Test each detector as described in the Testing section.

4. Confirm all desired signals have been received by the Central Stati
on.

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

NOTE:
This device should not be located w
ithin 5 ft.
(1.5 m) of any cooking appliance.

TESTING

Test communications between the detector and the control panel.
The detector
mode has two test buttons; one for smoke testing and one for CO testing.


The detector may also be functionally tested u
sing canned s
moke and canned
CO. If the detector fails any of the test methods, the
detector should be replaced.

NOTE:
Testing the detector will activate the alarm and send a signal to the
panel.
Before testing, notify the proper authorities to avoid any
false alarms.


Smoke Test (Alarm Test)

Press and hold
the Smoke Test button for 1 t
o 2 seconds. T
he detector will sound
and illuminate per Table 2 and send a smoke alarm signal to the control panel
(all
programmed smoke detector loops are
signaled)
. Verify
that the smok
e alarm
signal was received at the control panel.

Smoke System Test (Functional Sm
oke Test)

CANNED SMOKE NOTE:
Detector sounds an alarm when using canned smoke
ONLY
when in Functional Test mode (canned smoke does not cause
alarm sounding when in normal m
ode.)

Press and hold the Smoke Test button for 3 to 5 seconds to enter
the functional smoke test mode.
See Functional Smoke Test section below.

Functional Smoke Test
With the detector in smoke system (functional) test mode, spray canned smoke into the detec
tor. The canned smoke that can be used and is approved
for test include: Home Safeguard Industries 25S, SDi CHEK02 and CHEK06, SDi SOLOA4, and SDi SMOKESABRE.

1. The detector will sound and illuminate per Table 2 and a smoke alarm signal will be
sent to the p
anel.
2. Verify the smoke alarm signal was received by the control panel.

CO Test (A
larm 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 CO detector loops are
se nt)
.
CO Syste
m Test (Functional CO Test)
CANNED CO NOTE:
Detector sounds an alarm w
hen using canned CO
ONLY
when in Functional Test mode (canned CO does not cause alarm
sounding when in normal mode.)

Press and hold the CO Test button for 3-
5 seconds to ent
er the functi
onal gas test mode.
See Functional Gas Test section below.

Functiona
l Gas Test

Sol
o C6 brand canned CO may be used to verify the detector’s ability to sense CO by utilizing the RealTest® feature as follows:

1. Press and hold the CO test butt
on 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, the CO sensor may be in fault or at end-
of-life.)

2. While the green LED is blinking on
ce per second
, spray a small amount of canned CO directly into the CO gas entry por
t.
3. Upon successful gas entry and if functioning properly, the detector will go into CO alarm and send an alarm to the control panel.

4. The CO test will automatically c
lear when the
CO clears from the sensor or in 30 seconds if no CO was introduced.


HUSH FEATURE /
ALARM SILENCE

If required, the audible alarm for smoke and CO conditions can be silenced for 5 minutes by pushing the “Test/Hush” button. I
n addition, low
bat
tery

chirping
can be silenced for 12 hours when the Test/Hush button is pressed.

During a Smoke alarm, if an alarm condition still exists after the 5
-minute
hush period, the alarm will sound. The hush feature will not operate at levels
above 4%/
ft. smoke
concentration
.
During a CO alarm, if carbon monoxide is still present after the
5-minute
hush period, the alarm will sound. The hush feature will not operate at levels
above 350 ppm (parts per million) carbon monoxide.

CO SENSOR END-
OF
-LIFE FEATURE

When t
he CO sensor h
as passed end-
of-life, a trouble signal will be sent to the control panel (if progr
ammed). This indicates that 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 periodica
lly check the “Replace by” date located on the label on the back of the detector head.


Table
3: Carbon Monoxide Detector: Events &
Contact
ID Codes

Event

Panel Display

CS

Repor
t

A
larms

CO Alarm

CO alarm (CID 162)

T
est

CO Alarm

CO alarm (CID 162)

Low
B
attery

Lo Bat

RF low
-
battery
(CID 384)

Detector

S
upervisio
n

C
O

Supervision

Loss

of RF Superv
i
sion

(CID 381)

Detector end
-
of
-
life/trouble

Low Maintenance

Sensor trouble
-

(CID
386
)

Low Maintenance

Tamper

Disarmed or Armed = Tamper

RF sensor tamper
(CID 383)



Table 4: Smoke
and Heat
Detector: Events &
Contact ID Codes

Event

Pan
el Display

CS

Report

Alarms

Fire Alarm

Fire Alarm (CID 110
)

Test

Fire Alarm

Fire Alarm (CID 1
10
)

Low Battery

Lo Bat

RF low
-
battery
(CID 384)

Detector
Supervision

S
moke or Heat Supervision

Loss of RF Supervision

(CID 381)

Detector Maintenance (Needs c
leaning)

Main
t
enance Smoke

Smoke Detector
High Sensitivity

(CID 385
)

Tamper

Disarmed or Armed =

Tamper

RF sensor tamper
(CID 383)


Table 2: LED Indication & Sounder during Test and Trouble

MODE

Status LED (T
op)
Side LED Windows

Sounder

Speaker

Smoke Test

Blink Green
once every second

Dark
Temp-3

Warning of alarm signal transmission.
Voice smoke warning

Functional SMOKE Test


Waiting for canned
smoke entry

Blink Green once a sec

Dark
Silen
t
Voice instr
u
ctions and warning of
alarm signal

Functional SMOKE Test
-

Successful smoke

entry

Blink Red every 10 secs

Blink Red every 10 secs

Temp-3

No voice announcment

RealTest™

Functional CO gas entry test –

Waiting for gas
entry

Blink Green once per second

Dark
Silent

No voice announcment

RealTest™
Functional CO gas entry test -
Upon succ
essful
gas entry

Blink Red once every

10 secs

Blink blue every

10 secs

Modified Temp
-4
Voice carbon monoxide warning

Low Battery

Blink Amber every 10 secs

Dark

Chirp eve
r
y 45 secs
after 7 days

Voice instruc
-
tions when chirp is
silenced by pressing

eithe
r test button

Smoke Maintenance

Blink Amber every 5 secs

Dark
Silent

Voice smoke maintenance instructions
if either test button is pressed

CO Trouble

Double
Blink Amber

every 5 secs

Dark

Silent

Silent

CO End of Life –
First 29 days

Double Blink Amber every 3 secs

Dark
Silent

Voice end
-
of
-

life instructions when
either test button is pressed

CO End of Life –
after 30 days

Double Blink Amber every 3 secs

Dark
Chirp ever
y 45 secs

Voice end
-
of
-
life instructions when
either test button is pressed

Power U
p
Blink Green, for 30 secs

Dark
Silent

Language set instructions only on first
time power
-
up

Normal (Standby)

Single Blink Green every 10 secs

Dark

Silent

Si
lent

LED INDICATORS

The
PROSiXCOMBO
has a multi
-color top LED:

Green =

Supervisory indication; blinks during power on,
reset, and
during normal operation

Amber =
Signal maintenance and trouble events

Red =

Alar
m conditi
on (either Smoke,
CO
, or Heat
)
Side LED windows indicate alarms:

Red =

Smoke

Blue =

CO


CLEANING

IMPORTANT:
This detector must be tested and maintained regularl
y following NFPA
-72 requirements. The detector should be cleaned at least once a
ye ar.

1. Remo
ve 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 alarm are not bl
ocked with dirt and dust. Canned air can be used to
remove any dust or debris.

3. Reat
tach the detector to the base plate by rotating clockwise.

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

5. Notify the proper authorities and C
entral Station when the system is back in service

REPLACING THE BATTERIES



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 dispo
se of in fire.
Use only Panasonic CR123A Lithium batteries. Use of other batteries may present a
risk of
fire or explosion. Keep used
batteries away from children. Dispose of used batteries properly.


Remove old batteries. Wait 10 seconds and then replace with four
new batteries. To avoid a low battery indication when installing new batteries, all
4
batteri
es must be installed within 15 seconds of installing the first one. Any low battery condition that may have occurred should c
lear when the base plate
is installed.


NOTE:
Constant exposure to high or low temperature or high humidity may reduce ba
ttery life.


LIMITED
LIFE
OF
CO
SENSOR

This detector is manufactured with a long-
life electrochemical 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 manufacture.

Periodically check the detector’s replacement date. Remove the detector head and refer to the ‘replace by’ sticker placed on
the
underneath s
ide of the
detector. The sticker will indicate the date the detector should be replaced.

Remi
nder:
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 occu
rs,
it is tim
e to replace the detector.

What to do if the detector goes into CO alarm:

If the det
ector goes into CO alarm (4 beeps), immediately move to a spot where fresh air is available, preferably outdoors, where the air is saf
e and call
your security service provi
der. Tell your provider the detector alarm status, and that you require professional assista
nce in ridding your home of the
carbon monoxide.
This detector is NOT:


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


To be used on an intermittent basis or as a portable alarm for the spillage of combust
ion products from fuel
-burning appliances or
chimneys.

Carbon monoxide gas is a highly poisonous gas which is released when fuels are burnt. It is inv
isible, has no
smell and is therefore is impossible 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 appl
iances should
not be dangerous.

CAUTIONS
:

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


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


Installation of the device should not be used as a substitute for proper installation, use, and maintenance of f
uel
-burning
appliances, including
appropriate ventilation and exhaust systems.

MAINTENANCE

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

NOTE:
Before performing any maintenance on the detector, notify the proper authorities and Central S
tation that maintenance is being performed
and the system will be temporarily out of
service. D
isable 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
PROSiXCOMBO
detector reports maintenance issues to the control panel and com
municates t
hem visually and audibly per Table 2.

Trouble feature:
When the sensor (supervision) is in a trouble condition (such as a detector that is dirty or C
O sensor non-
functioning), the detector will
send a trouble signal to the control panel. Dependi
ng on the i
ssue, the detector must then be serviced or replaced.

NOTE:
Smoke detectors are not to be used with detector guards unless the combination is evaluat
ed and found
suitable for that purpose.

SYMPTOMS OF CARBON 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 app
roximate values
for healthy adults.

Concentration
(ppm CO)

Symptoms

200

Mild Head
ache after 2
-
3 hours of exposure

400

Headache and nausea after 1
-
2 hours of exposure

800
Headache, nausea, and dizziness after 45 minutes
of expo-
sure; collapse and uncon
sciousness after 2
hours of exposure

Many cases of reported carbon monoxide poisoning 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. Also,
young children, elderly and pets may be the
first to be
affected.

CO ALARM ACTIVATION

Per UL standard 2075, the
PROSiXCOMBO
detector has been tested to
the sensitivity limits defined in UL standard 2034.

CO Alarm Th
resholds

Pa
r
t
s per Million (ppm)

Detector Response Time (Min.)

30+
-
3ppm

No alarm within 30 day
s

70+
-
5ppm

60
-
240

150+
-
5ppm

10
-
50

400+
-
10ppm

4
-
15


SPECIFICATIONS


Electrical Specifications

Voltage:
................................
................................................
3 volts DC

Battery Type:
.................................................................
CR123A lithium

Battery Manufacturer:
......................................
Pa
nasonic CR123A only

Number of Batteries:
................................
...........................................
4
Sensitivity:
.................UL
limits .9 to 3.50%/ft / ULC limit
s .9 to 3.08 %/ft

Thermal alarm:
................................................................
135° F
(57° C)

Audible Signal:

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

85dBA

Physical Specifications

Diameter:
.............................................
6.3 in. Diameter x 1.65 in. Thick


(16.002 cm
x 4.19 cm T
hick)

Weight:
................................
................................
..........
14.3 oz (406 g)

Operating Temperature Range:
.......................
32°
- 100° F (0° -
38° C
)
Storage
Temperature Range:
..........................
14
- 158° F (
-10
- 70° C
)
Operating Humidity Range:
20-
95% R
H

APPROVAL LISTINGS

FCC

Listed to UL 268 & UL 2075.

Listed
to CSA 6.19.

Other Standards: RoHS


FEDERAL COMMUNICATIONS COMMISSION (FCC) & INDUSTRY CANAD
A (IC) ST
ATEMENTS

The user shall not make any changes or modifications to the equipment unless authorized by the Installation Instructions or U
ser's Manual. Una
uthorized ch
anges or
modifications could void the user's authority to operate the equipment.

CLA
SS B DIGI
TAL 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 in
formation:

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 bee
n type tested
and found to comply with the limits for a Class B computing device in accordance w
ith the s
pecifications
in Part 15 of FCC Rules, which are designed to provide reasonable protection against such interference in a residential installation. How
ever, there i
s no guarantee that
interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipm
ent does cause interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the
equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to tr
y to correct
the interference by one or more of the following measures:

• If using an indoor antenna, replace it with a quality outdoor antenna.

• Reorient the receiving antenna until interference is reduced or eliminated.

• Move the radio or television
receiver aw
ay from the receiver/control.

• Move the antenna leads away from any wire runs to t
he receiv
er/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 de
aler or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.

INDUSTRY CANADA CLASS B STATEM
ENT

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 ST
ATEMENT

This
device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules, and Industry Canada’s license-
exempt
RSSs. Op
eration is subject to the following two conditions: (1) This device may not
cause harmful interference, and (2) This device must accept any interferenc
e received,
including interference that may cause undesired operation.

Cet appareil est conforme
à la par
tie 15 des règles de la FCC et exempt de licence RSS d’Industrie Canada. Son fonctionnement est soumis aux conditions suivant
es: (1) Cet
appareil ne doit pas cause
r d’interférences nuisibles. (2) Cet appareil doit accepter toute interférence reçue
y compri
s les interférences causant une réception indésirable.

RF EXPOSURE

Warning

The antenna(s) used for this device must be installed to provide a separ
ation distanc
e of at least 7.8 inches (20 cm) from all persons and must not be co-
located
or ope
rating in c
onjunction with any other antenna or transmitter except in accordance with FCC multi
-transmitter product procedures.

Mise en Garde

Exposition aux Fre
quences Radi
o:
L'antenne (s) utilisée pour cet émetteur doit être installée à une distance de sé
paration d'
au moins

7,8 pouces (20 cm) de toutes les personnes
.

REFER TO THE INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS FOR THE CONTROL
WITH WHICH THIS DEVICE IS USED FOR DETA
ILS
REG
ARDING
THE LIMITATIONS OF THE ENT
IRE ALARM SYSTEM.









Responsible Party / Issuer of Supplier’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 collecti
on 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 proprietary protocols, de-
comp
iling firmware, or any similar actions is strictly prohibited.


SUPPOR
T & WARRANTY INFORMATION

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and
support, please go to:

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o:
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