Honeywell Home PROSIXSMOKEV Installation Instructions - Dated 5/19 Rev. B



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PROSiXSMOKE
V

Wireless Smoke/Heat Detector

Installation
and Setup
Guide




This is a multi
-
criteria wireless smoke
detector which employs advanced levels of
detection and discrimination. This reduces
common cooking nuisance alarms and
allows faster detection to different types of
fire conditions
. It is intended for use with
Controls that support PRO
SiX™ series
devices.

To remove the mounting bracket,
turn
the top of the detector 15 degrees
counterclockwise and separate the
mounting bracket and top cover.



PRO
SiX
SMOKE
V


Open

ENROLLMENT

Initiate enrollment on the Control Pan
el. When
prompted, activate
the device by pulling the battery tab or, if already
powered, press the
Tes
t button to enroll. It enroll
s into 2 zones:
smoke detection into
one zone and heat detection into a second zone.

If the detector is not successfully enrolled during the enrollment
period, the LED turns off and the device powers down. Activate the
tamper or press the Test Button
to restart the enrollment process.

NOTE
S
:
Enrollment time varies depending on the signal strength
between the device and the
Control
Panel
. Once enrolled in a
system, the detector canno
t be used with another system
until it is
rem
oved from the current one. See the Control Panel’
s instructions
for details.


Enroll

PROGRAM

Consult the Control Panel’s
instructions to program t
he device in the system. This detector r
eports
the following signals
to the
Control Panel:


Smoke
and Heat detection

-

Smoke Alarm when smoke is detected

-

Heat Alarm when temperature of 135° F (57° C) or greater

-

Rate
-of
-Rise Alarm when temperature is
>104° F (40° C) @
15° F/minute (8.33° C/minute)
.

Maintenance: Contaminated chamber
that requires cleaning
.

End
-of
-Life

Base
Tamper:
It send
s a tamper signal to the control when the smoke head is removed from its base.


Supervision:
200 second check
-in compatible.


Signal and battery Strength: S
ignal and battery strength information are
sent with every communication to the panel.


NOTE
: If programmed in the Control
to operate in One-Go
-All-G
o mode, all
smoke detectors programmed as O
ne-G
o-A ll- Go in the
system will
sound on alarm.

TAMPER

When the detector is
removed from its base, it
send
s a tamper signal to the Control. OPTIONAL: The detector can be made
tamper
-proof to prevent unauthorized removal from its base. Break off the small pillar on the base as shown.
This cause
s the
detector to latch to the base. From this point on, to remove the detector from its base, you must use a small screwdriver to
release
the catch (push the catch towards the base) and twist the detector counter
-clockwise. A screw can be added to prevent removal
from the base.



MOUNT

Refer
to the Limitations of Fire Alarm Systems (
P/N 800
-15144
) for
detailed information on detector spacing, placement zoning and
special applications. Copies of this document are available on
www.resideo.com
.

NOTE
: Before mounting the detector permanently, conduct a Walk
test (see control’s instructions) to verify adequate signal strength
and adjust the device location and orientati
on as necessary.

The detector can be
mounted on the ceiling or on the wall (if local
ordinances permit). Select a location and mount using the included
mounting hardware.



Mount




Test
ing

The detector should be tested immediately after installation and at least once a year.

Recommended:
Notify
the Central Station that the smoke detector
is undergoing tests, so they do not dispatch authorities.


After enrolling, verify adequate signal strength by conducting a sensor test (see the C
ontrol
Panel’s
instructi
ons) with the device in its
intende
d mounting location. Adjust the device location and orientation as necessary.


Tests and testing methods:

There is no specif
ic Test Mode that needs to be initi
ated
to test smoke, heat, or R
ate
-o f-R ise. These can be appli
ed to the detector
at any time as
a test
.



Test Button –
When the Test Button is held down, the unit initiates a test on the smoke sensor, chamber, heat sensor, End-of
-
Life, and battery. If all tests pass, it sounds a normal alarm and sends alarm signal t
o the Control. However, if one of
these
tests fails, it sends a trouble signal to the Control and provides fail status on the yellow led and sounder. The Test Button is also
used to silence or Hush the detector.
To Hush the detector, press and release t
he large Test Button.
Only the det
ector that
initiated the alarm can be Hushed by the Test Button. Other detectors that sound with One
-Go
-All
-Go must be silenced by the
Control by entering a disarm command. Depending on how much smoke is still in the ch
amber determines if the Hush feature
silences the detector and make it send an Alarm restore to the Control. If there is too much smoke still in the chamber, it does
not Hush nor send a restore to the Control Panel. When Hush is successful, the sounder c
omes back on after 10 minutes and
a
restore signal is still not sent provided there is still enough smoke in the chamber to be considered an alarm. Once the smo
ke
level is below threshold in the chamber, Hush causes the sounder
to remain off and the restore signal is sent. Entering a dis
arm
command to the Control also silences all detectors that are sounding without needing to Hush any smoke detector. See the
LED and Sounder Indication Chart on the next page.



Smoke Entry Test (canned smoke*
) – Can
be don
e at any time. Once the c
hamber i
s clear, the sounder will stop, and it will
send a restore signal to the Control
Panel
.


Direct Heat Test (hair dryer
12” or further from the detector
)


135° F
fixed Heat Detection



Rate
-of
-Rise
>104° F (40° C) @ 15° F
/minute
(8.33° C/minute)
.
CAUTION:
The de
tector
alarm
s when
135° F
is exceeded and restore when it falls below 135° F
. However, the thermistor is

damaged at 195° F
and the integrity
of the detector itself is compromised and needs
to be replaced.





LEDS AND SOUNDER

The
PRO
SIXSMOKEV
has
one green LED and a separate
bi-color
(red and
yellow)
LED
with
an
85dB sounder
. Refer to the following
table
below
for operation of these features.




LED AND SOUNDER INDICATION CHART


Normal Operation

Action

Green LE
D

Red LED

Yellow LED

Sounder

Reacti
on

Power Up

Pull Battery Tab

1 Flash

1 Flash

1 Flash

Off


Enrollment into System

Program into

Control

Rapid flashing up

to 30 seconds, Then
on 3 seconds

Off

Off


Single Chirp
Install into System

Delete from System

De
lete from
Control

Rapid flashing fo
r 5
seconds

Off

Off

Off

Uninstall from system

Processing Control

Queries


Slow flashing

Off

Off

Off


Tamper

Remove from base

Slow flash for

10 minutes

Off

Off

Off


Standby
- Normal


1 flash every

60 seconds

Off

Off

Off


Sensing Smoke / Heat

Smoke /
Fire
Condition

Off

Rapid
flashing

Off

Temporal 3

Evacuate Premises

One-
Go
-All-
Go

Fire / CO Alarm
from Control

Off

Off

Off

Fire Temporal 3 /
CO Temporal 4

Evacuate Premises

Alarm Hush

Action

Green LED

Red LED

Yellow LED

Sounder

Reaction

Silence Sounding Alarm

Press & Release

Button

Off

1 flash every

8 seconds

Off

Off for 10 mins


Silence Low Battery

Press & Release

Button

Off

Off

Off for 12 hours

Beep once per
hour
for
12 hours

Replace both batteries

Silence Faulty S
ensor

(only possible once)

Press &
Release

Button

Off

Off

2 flashes every

48 seconds

Off for 12 hours

Replace unit

Silence End of Life (up to
30 days)

Press & Release

Button

Off

Off

Off for 72 hours
Off for 72 hours

Replace unit

Self
-
Diagnostics

Action

Green LED

Red LED

Yellow LED

Sound
er

Reaction

Low Battery

Automatic every
16 minutes

Off

Off

1 flash every

48 seconds

1 beep with 1
flash

Replace both batteries

Faulty Smoke Sensor

Automatic every
16 seconds

Off

Off

2 flashes every

48 seconds

2 beeps wi
th 2
flashes

Replace unit

Faulty H
eat Sensor

Auto
matic every
second

Off

Off

2 flashes every

48 seconds

2 beeps with 2
flashes

Replace unit

End of Life

Automatic every 4
hours

Off

Off

3 flashes every

48 seconds

3 beeps with 3
flashes

Replace unit

Maintenance
Automatic every
16 seconds

Off

Off

4 flashes
every

48 seconds

Off

Clean unit; see Cleaning
section

Test Button

Action

Green LED

Red LED

Yellow LED

Sounder

Reaction

Detector Status Good


Normal Alarm

Press & Hold

Button

Off

Rapid
flashing

Off

Tempo
ral 3

Release button
Low Battery

P
ress & Hold

Bu
tton

Off

Off

1 flash then

rapid flashing
1 beep then
Temporal 3

Replace both batteries

Faulty Sensor

Press & Hold

Button

Off

Off

2 flashes then

rapid flashing

2 beeps only

Replace unit

End of Life

Press
& Hold

Button

Off

Off

3 flashes th
en

rapid flashi
ng
3 beeps then
Temporal 3

Replace unit

Maintenance

Press & Hold

Button

Off

Off

4 flashes then

rapid flashing

4 beeps then
Temporal 3

Clean unit; see Cleaning
section

Alarm Memory

Action

Green LED

Red L
ED

Yellow LED

Sounder

Reaction

24
Hour Memory

Aft
er Alarm

Off

2 flashes every

48 seconds for

24 hours

Off

Off

Press & Hold Button for
Long Term Memory

Long Term Memory

Press &
Hold


Button

Off

Rapid
flashing

Off

Rapid chirping

Memory is reset after
rel
easing the test button


CLEANING

Recommended
: To
prevent unwanted alarms, notify the Central Station
that the smoke detector system is undergoing maintenance before
cleaning the detector
.
To clean the detector, carefully vacuum the side vents all the way
around,
then, wipe them with a clean damp cloth a
nd dry thoroughly.
Do NOT attempt to take the detector apart. This could
result in damaging
the unit
.


Cleaning


BATTERY REPLACEMENT


Twist the front cover counterclockwise

15 degrees and separate it
from the mounting
bracket
.

Remove
both batteries and wait 10 seconds,
then
insert
two
new
recommended batteries:

-

Panasonic CR123A

-

Resideo 466

NOTE
:
Do not mix old and new batteries,
battery types or manufacturers.



Reattach to the detector to the mounting
plate.




Replace Batteries

BATTERY CAUTION:
Risk of fire, explosion and burns. Do not recharge, disassemble,
heat above 212° F (100° C) or incinerate. Dispose of used batteries pr
operly. Keep away
from children.

PROSiX/
SiX
™ Series
transmitters draw quick

bursts of curre
nt during transmission, then sit idle with very nominal current draw. Most batteries are
not designed for this type of use, therefore, only batteries listed as compatible should be used if the expected bat
tery life is
to be attained. Each
transmitter’s Ins
tallation Instructions has listed compatible battery manufacturers and their part numbers. When other non-
approved batteries are
used, the quick bursts of current draw kill the battery cells prematurely causing them t
o go low in a matter of
months and can
also cause
unpredictable results. Other low
-
quality batteries have not been UL tested and pose a safety hazard if used.


FEDERAL COMMUNICATIONS COMMISSION (FCC) & INDUSTRY CANADA (IC) STATEMENTS

The user shall not make any changes or modifications to the
equipment unless authori
zed by the
Ins
tallation Instr
uctions or User'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 and found to com
ply with the limits for a
Class B d
igit al device, as d
efined by FCC Rules Part 15.105. The Class B Digital Device
statement can be viewed at:

https://customer.resi
deo.com/en-
US/
support/residential/codes
-and-
standards/FCC15105/Pages/default.aspx

FCC / IC STATEMENT

This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules, and Industry Canada’s license-
exempt RSSs. Operation is subject to the follow
ing two conditions: (1) T
his device

may
not cause harm
ful 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 e
xempt de licence RSS d’In
dustrie Ca
nada. Son fonctionn
ement est soumis aux conditions suivantes:
(1) Cet appareil ne doit pas causer d’interférences nuisibles. (2) Cet appareil doit accepter toute interférence reçue y compris les interférences causant une réception
indésirable.


RF EXPOSURE
WARNING
– The ante
nna(s) used for this device must be installed to provi
de a separation distance of at leas
t 7.8 inches (20 cm) from all persons and
must not be co-
located or operating in conjunction with any other antenna or transmitter except in accordance
with FCC multi-
transmitter product procedures.

Mise en Garde
Expositi
on aux Frequences Radio:
L'antenne
(s) utilisée pour cet émetteur doit être installée à une distance de séparation d'au moins 7,8 pouces (20
cm) de toutes les personnes.


REFER TO THE I
NS
TALLATION INSTR
UCTIONS FOR THE CONTROL WITH WHICH THIS DEVICE IS USED, FOR DETAILS REGARDING
LIMITATIONS OF THE ENTIRE ALARM SYSTEM.
















Responsible Party / Issuer of Supplier’s Declaration of
Conformity: Ademco Inc., a subsidiary of Resideo Tec
hnologies, 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 proprietary protocols, de-
compiling firmware,
or any similar actions is strictly prohibited.


SUP
PORT & WARRANTY
INFORMATION

For the latest documentation
and
support, please go to:

www.resideo.com


For the latest warranty information, please go to:

www.security.honeywellhome.com/warranty



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

This product is manuf
actured by Resideo
Technologies, Inc.
and its affiliates.


2 Corporate Center Drive, Suite 100
P.O. Box 9040, Melville, NY
11747

2020
Resideo Technologies, Inc.
www.resideo.com



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SPECIFICATIONS:

Smoke Detection:
..................................................................Photoelectric

Heat Detection:
......................................................................135° F (57° C) or greater
+/- 5°F
Rate of Rise:
...........................................................................>104°
F (40° C) @ 15°
F/minute
(8.33° C/minute)
.

dB Rating:
................................................................................>
85dBA (Minimum) at 9ft

Batteries:

.............................................................................Two 3V Lithium;
Panasonic CR123A
, Resideo 466

RF Frequency:
........................................................................2.4GHz

Tamper:
....................................................................................Base
Tamper

Operating Temperature:
.......................................................40° to 10
0° F
/ 4.4° to 37.7
° C

Relative Hu
midity:
..................................................................15%
to 95% max, no
n-condensing

Maximum Spacing:

........................................................50ft x 50ft (refer to National Fire Alarm Code Standard NFPA 72 for application requirements)

Dimensions:
...........................................................................4.5 in. Diameter x 1.7 in. Thick /
11.9 cm Diameter x 4.5 cm Thick


APPROVAL LISTINGS:

FCC
/ IC

ETL
Listed
– Conform
s to UL 268
7
th
Edition

cETL Listed
– Certified to

UL268 & CAN/ULC S529

Other Standards
: State of California requirement –
free of substances that may cause cancer.
Prop 65 US.

NF
PA 72

NOTE
: Smoke d
etectors are not to be us
ed with de
t
ect
or guards unles
s the combination is evaluated and found suitable for that purpose.


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