Honeywell IS2500LT Installation Manual

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❶ ❸ Mount the unit.
Wire Knockouts

Select the mounting location.

the Connect wires terminal ❹ Wire mmsensor. AWG). Observetothe properas shown using wire size 0.8 - 1.5 (22-16 polarity.

Separate the sensor housings and remove the printed circuit board (PCB).

Corner Mount Knockouts Strain Relief Options Wall Mount Knockouts

#6 pan-head screws
Test/Arm TAMPER 0 VDC - Vsupply, 30 mA, 1.8 mA max 24 VDC ALARM 30 mA, 24 VDC POWER 21 mA, 12 VDC,* 25 mA max

Test/Arm TAMPER 0 VDC - Vsupply, 30 mA, 1.8 mA max 24 VDC

ALARM POWER 30 mA, 21 mA, 12 VDC,* 24 VDC 25 mA max

Normally Closed Loop, No EOL Resistor Tamper Knockout

Normally Open Loop, No EOL Resistor

Aim away from:
PCB Latch

Test/Arm TAMPER 0 VDC - Vsupply, 30 mA, 1.8 mA max 24 VDC

ALARM 30 mA, 24 VDC

POWER 21 mA, 12 VDC,* 25 mA max

Test/Arm TAMPER 0 VDC - Vsupply, 30 mA, 1.8 mA max 24 VDC

ALARM POWER 30 mA, 21 mA, 12 VDC,* 24 VDC 25 mA max

Normally Closed Loop, w/ EOL Resistors

Normally Open Loop, w/ EOL Resistors

Mounting Location Guidelines • 2.3 m - 2.7 m (7.5' - 9') mounting height. • Avoid direct or reflected sunlight. • Aim sensor away from windows or heating/cooling devices. • Sensor must have a clear line-of-sight to protected area.

• Use a small screwdriver to remove the cover screw (if installed), then push in the housing latch at the bottom of the sensor, and gently pull apart the housings. • Push outward on the PCB latch and lift the PCB out of the housing.

• Slide the wire through the wire knockouts in the back housing, attach the wire with a wire tie, and cut off the excess wire tie. • Mount the back housing flat against a wall or in a corner using #6 screws supplied. [Notes: If using the wall tamper, refer to the Tamper Switches section. If using a mounting bracket see the Accessories section, and follow the installation instructions supplied with the bracket.] • Replace the PCB.

Note: EOL = Single End-of-Line supervised resistor. *For UL voltage, see Specifications Section.

End of Line (EOL) Screws Remove the look-down mask (black ring supplied) to enable look-down.

Select the appropriate lens* for the installation. If necessary, mask segments as required. (Refer to the Masking the Lens section.)

❻ Set the DIP switches. ❼

Configure the sensitivity and walk-test the sensor.

*Lens options: 35’ (11 m) Wide Angle lens [factory default], 60’ (18 m) Wide Angle lens, or Cur tain lens.

Terminal Block LED DIP Switch PCB Latch

Set the sensitivity appropriate for the application (see options below), replace the front cover, and apply power to the sensor. Begin walk-test after the LED stops flashing (see the LED Operation section). Walk through the detection zones, observing the sensor’s LED whenever motion is detected. The red LED shows actual alarm relay operation. The absolute range of all PIR units is subject to variation because of different types of clothing, backgrounds, and ambient temperature. For this reason, ensure that the most likely intruder routes are well within the PIR’s detection zones and that walk-testing is carried out along those routes. For harsh environments, areas with drafts, or possibility of small animals entering the protected area; use the lowest sensitivity setting with the look down zone disabled.

The PCB alignment guide should always point down, as shown.

IntelliSense® IS2500LT Passive Infrared Motion Sensor Installation Instructions

1 (PC) 2 (SENS) 3 (LED) 4 (POL) Polarity Test* Input Arm Input

Pulse Count 2 Low Sensitivity LED Disabled Active Low (L) = Test*; (H) = Normal (L) = Arm; (H) = Disarm

Pulse Count 1 High Sensitivity LED Enabled Active High (H) = Test*; (L) = Normal (H) = Arm; (L) = Disarm

To change the lens: • Pull up on the bug guard latches with two fingers and remove the bug guard with the other hand. • Pull outward on the lens flange (single-slotted) of the existing lens and remove the lens. • Apply lens mask material as needed (see Lens Masking section). • Align the double-slotted lens flange to the bug guard, SMOOTH side facing outward, and snap the single-slotted lens flange in place. • Place the bug guard into the look-down window and press it into place.
Remove look-down blocker if look-down detection is desired.

(Notes: Default switch settings are shown in grey. See the Specifications section for more information on the Test/Arm inputs. *Test = Remote LED Enable.)

20’ 0 6m
1 2 3

DETECTION PATTERNS Top View Wide Angle Lens (P/N 5-532-451-00) [included] Top View 35’ (11 m) Wide Angle Lens (P/N 5-532-719-00) [installed]
7’ 2m 13’ 4m 20’ 6m 27’ 8m 35’ 11 m 13’ 4m
4 5 6 7 8

7’ 2m
18 19 15 16 17
9 11 10

13 14

MOUNTING LOCATION GUIDELINES The IS2500LT is designed for use indoors. It can be used in low temperature applications (down to -40o C/-40o F), such as detached garages, sheds, warehouses, etc. The sensor can be corner, wall, or bracket mounted (see Accessories section). Make sure that the sensor has a clear line-of-sight to the protected area: infrared light cannot penetrate solid objects, and the sensor must “see” an area in order to detect a moving person. The sensor should be pointed into the room interior, and away from windows and heating/cooling sources. Additionally, the sensor should be installed on a surface where the temperature is similar to that of the area being protected and not pointed at direct or reflected sunlight.
0 7’ 2m

TAMPER SWITCHES The IS2500LT is equipped with normally-closed (NC) cover tamper. Each sensor is shipped with the cover tamper operational.
13’ 4m 20’ 6m

CONTROL INPUTS (continued) TEST input Switch 3 Test Input LED Operation The Test input allows the LED to be remotely OFF Active Enabled enabled. To use this feature, the LED DIP switch (switch 3) must be OFF, allowing the LED to OFF Inactive Disabled operate based on the voltage level connected to ON Active Enabled the Test Input. Like the LED DIP switch, however, ON Inactive Enabled the Test Input will not enable the LED if the sensor is armed (see the Arm Input section). ARM input / Alarm Memory When armed, the sensor’s LED is disabled. If an alarm occurs while armed, an alarm is triggered, and the sensor stores the event in memory. When next disarmed, the Alarm Memory turns the LED On. To clear the alarm event from memory, the sensor should be re-armed briefly (0.5 to 2 seconds) and then disarmed. Note: When inputs are not used, the POL switch should be OFF.

A wall tamper switch is also provided. To use the wall tamper switch, remove the PCB, and the Tamper Knockout located toward the bottom of the back cover (see Step 3 on page 1). Before mounting the sensor, install a tamper screw in the wall so it protrudes 6.35 mm (1/4”) above the mounting surface. Replace the PCB and mount the sensor on the wall, over the tamper screw. The tamper screw will depress the back tamper lever as shown. Side View
Dashed line = TS 50131-2-2 detection pattern.

Top View Curtain Lens (P/N 5-532-384-00) [included]

The cover and wall tamper switches are in series, so if either switch opens, a tamper will be signaled at the terminal block on the PCB. Side View

TROUBLESHOOTING • Symptom: Sensor is not operating. Corrective Action: Check to make sure the Power terminals are wired correctly. If the power terminals are wired correctly, and the sensor does not operate when power is applied, replace the sensor. • Symptom: Fast Blinking LED -- Trouble condition; two possible causes. 1. Temperature Compensation failure: The sensor checks Temperature once every 100 ms. When a Temperature Compensation failure occurs, the sensor defaults to room temperature sensitivity and continues to operate normally while signalling trouble. The trouble is stored in memory, and when the next valid alarm condition is detected, the alarm relay latches open (NC loop). 2. PIR self-test failure: In the absence of PIR signals, the sensor internally checks its PIR circuit once every ten minutes. If six consecutive self-tests fail, the sensor signals trouble with its LED, and the relay latches closed (NC loop). Subsequent detection of a valid PIR Signal will clear the trouble, and the relay will return to normal operation. Corrective Action: Replace the sensor.
* Look-down fingers are fully enabled only when the look-down mask is not installed (see Step 6).

LED Enabled

Dashed line = TS 50131-2-2 detection pattern.

Note: The distances in the illustrations do not represent maximum detection distances. A walk-test is required after mounting to ensure proper detection.

Side View

LED OPERATION To Enable the alarm LED, turn switch S3 ON. To Disable the alarm LED, turn switch S3 OFF. The LED will temporarily remain enabled for 10 to 12 minutes. This feature gives the installer time to walk-test the unit as explained below. Automatic Walk-Test Mode with alarm LED disabled (switch S3 OFF): After applying power to the sensor, it will warm up for up to three minutes, and then the LED will temporarily remain enabled for a 10 minute walk-test period. After 10 minutes, the LED will automatically switch to disabled. To restart the 10 minute walk-test mode, switch S3 ON, and then OFF again. SPECIFICATIONS
Range: 11 m x 12 m (35’ x 40’) [installed] 18 m x 26 m (60’ x 85’) [included] [TS 50131-2-2 Range: 17 m x 21 m] 30 m x 6 m (100’ x 20’) [included] [TS 50131-2-2 Range: 25 m x 5 m] Mounting Height (center of lens): 2.3 m - 2.7 m (7.5’ - 9’) [Note: 2.3 m (7.5’) is the optimum mounting height.] Temperature Compensation: Advanced dual slope

LED Disabled

MASKING THE LENS If the installation requires some segments of the detection pattern to be blocked off, you can mask part of the lens pattern with the lens masking label material (included). To mask segments of the detection pattern: • Open the sensor housing and remove the lens (see Step 5). • Select the appropriate segments to be masked, and place the lens mask label over the inside of the lens. • Use Lens Mask K9854 to mask Long, Intermediate and Lower Range segments on the 11m (35’) Wide Angle Lens (P/N 5-532-719-00, installed).


(up to 3 minutes)

Warm Up

OPERATION Alarm Relay Alarm LED Alarm Relay Enabled Disabled (Normally Closed Loop) (Normally Opened Loop) Opened Slow Blink Slow Blink Closed

Accessories Available: SMB-10 Swivel Mount Bracket (P/N 0-000-110-01) SMB-10C Swivel Mount Ceiling Bracket (P/N 0-000-111-01) SMB-10T Swivel Mount Bracket w/ Tamper (P/N 0-000-155-01) Pet Alley Lens (P/N IS2500-PALK) PIR fields-of-view: Dual element 11m (35’) Wide Angle Lens 44 long range 36 intermediate 18 lower 4 look-down 18m (60’) Wide Angle Lens 44 long range 12 intermediate 6 lower 4 look-down Curtain Lens 4 long range 4 intermediate 4 lower 4 look-down Dimensions: 11.2 cm x 6.0 cm x 4.0 cm 4-3/8" x 2-1/4” x 1-1/2” Weight: 95 g (3.35 oz) Packaged Product: 159 g (5.60 oz) EN 50131-1 Compliant Accessories: SMB-10T Swivel Mount Bracket w/ Tamper (P/N 0-000-155-01)

Normal Alarm


OFF ON for 3 seconds Fast Blink

OFF *See LED Operation Fast Blink

Opened Closed Closed Opened for 3 seconds for 3 seconds See See Troubleshooting Troubleshooting

Use Lens Mask K9854 to mask Long, Intermediate and Lower Range segments on the 18m (60’) Wide Angle Lens (P/N 5-532-451-00, included).

Power requirements: For cULus applications voltage range: 10-14 VDC; Operating voltage range: 8.5-15.4 VDC; Current for all voltage ranges: 21 mA nominal at 12 VDC, 25 mA max; AC Ripple: 50 to 120 Hz, 3 V peak-to-peak at nominal 12 VDC Alarm relay: Form C; 30 mA, 24 VDC; 40 Ohms resistance max Tamper switches: Cover and Wall Form A (normally closed with cover installed) 30 mA, 24 VDC RFI immunity: 30 V/m, 10 MHz-1000 MHz PIR white light immunity: 6,500 Lux (min.) Sensitivity: Switch selectable (Lowest, Low, Medium and High) Operating temperature: -40o C to 55o C (-40o F to 131o F) [indoor use environment] Relative Humidity: 5% to 95%; non-condensing

IntelliSense® IS2500LT Passive Infrared Motion Sensor Product Information

CONTROL INPUTS There are two inputs, TEST and ARM, allowing some of the sensor functions to be controlled remotely. Each input is internally pulled up to +5V through a 10KOhm resistor. The POL switch (switch 4) can reverse the logic sense of both the input control signals. To select the approriate POL (switch 4) setting, refer to the table in step 6, on page 1.

Control Signal Levels & Current (Test / Arm inputs): (L) = 0.0 VDC to 1.5 VDC; -0.6 mA max (H) = 3.5 VDC to Vsupply; 1 mA typical at 12 VDC, 1.8 mA max

Approvals/listings: FCC part 15, Class B verified IC, ICES-003, Class B verified CE C-Tick cULus listed SIA PIR-01, Passive Infrared detector standard features for false alarm immunity Enclosure rating: IP30 IK04 EN 50131-1 and TS 50131-2-2 Security Grade 2; Environmental Class II PD6662 Note: In TS 50131-2-2 compliant installations: mount the sensor at 2.3 m, select the high sensitivity setting, and install a cover screw (included). Suitable for connection to an EN 60950 Class II Limited Power Source in European installations. IMPORTANT: The IS2500LT should be tested at least once each year. For proper wiring methods, refer to the National Electrical Code NFPA 70. Accessories Included: Mounting hardware Look-down mask Wide Angle Lens Mask Label (P/N K9854) 18m (60’) Wide Angle Lens (P/N 5-532-451-00) Curtain Lens (P/N 5-532-384-00) Note: When installed in cULus installations using the Cur tain Lens, the sensor must be set on either medium or high sensitivity.

FCC NOTICE: This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to 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. The user is cautioned that changes or modifications not expressly approved by Honeywell could void the user’s authority to operate this equipment. NOTE: 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 not 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: 1) Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna; 2) increase the separation between the equipment and receiver; 3) connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected; 4) consult the dealer or an experienced radio/television technician for help. IC Notice: This Class B digital apparatus complies with the Canadian ICES-003. Cet appareil numérique de la Classe B est conforme à la norme NMB-003 du Canada.

To obtain applicable EU compliance Declaration of Conformities for this product, please refer to our Website, For any additional information regarding the compliance of this product to any EU specific requirements, please contact: Quality Assurance Department, Honeywell Security & Custom Electronics, Newhouse Industrial Estate Motherwell, Lanarkshire ML1 5SB, Tel: +44(0)1698 738200 Scotland, Email: United Kingdom.

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