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Wireless ShatterPro Acoustic Sensor Installation
Instructions

Introduction

This is the
Wireless ShatterPro Acoustic Sensor
Installation Instructions
for models 584503
-
W (3 V) and
584509
-
W (9 V)
.
The sensor is designed to detect b
reaking
glass from framed windows in the perimeter of a building.

Install the sensor on a perimeter loop armed whenever the
door and window contacts are armed. Avoid 24
-
hour loop
applications where the sensor is armed all day and all night.
The false
-
alarm

technology will be pushed to its limit in a 24
-
hour loop.

The sensor’s false
-
alarm immunity is best in rooms with only
moderate noise. Some sounds can duplicate the points on the
glassbreak pattern the sensor detects.

The sensor may not consistently detec
t cracks in glass, or
bullets which break through the glass. Glassbreak sensors
should always be complemented with interior protection.

Connect the sensor to a UL listed control panel, or a power
supply that provides at least four hours of standby power.

U
se a 9
-
volt battery if longer life is needed in the 584509
-
W.

Mounting location

The sensor must always be in direct line of sight of all windows
to be protected. The sensor cannot consistently detect glass
breaking around corners or in other rooms. There i
s no
required front, back, up or down orientation.

Wall mount

The best wall
-
mount location is on the opposite wall, assuming
the glass to be protected is within the sensor’s range and line
of sight. The adjoining wall can also be used.

Ceiling mount

Mount
the sensor in a location that is in direct line of sight of
the glass to be protected. However, since sound travels
directionally out from a broken window, a position 8 ft. (2.4 m)
into the room provides better detection.

Use the following guidelines to de
termine the best mounting
location:



Mount the sensor at least 3.3 ft. (1 m) from the windows
being protected and at least 4 ft. (1.2 m) from noise
sources such as TVs, speakers, sinks, and doors.



Mount the sensor in the direct line of sight of the glas
s to
be protected.



Avoid rooms smaller than 10 x 10 ft. (3m x 3m).



Avoid locations where lined, insulating, or sound
-
deadening drapes or closed wooden shutters are used.



Mount the sensor in a suitable environment: temperature
between 0 and 120°F (
-
18

and 50°C); and humidity
between 10 and 90% noncondensing. Do not install the
sensor in humid rooms. Excess moisture on the circuit
board can eventually cause a short and a false alarm.



Mount the sensor on a stable surface up to 25 ft. (7.6 m)
from the f
arthest point on the glass surface.



Avoid locations that expose the sensor to possible false
-

alarm sources such as:




glass airlocks and vestibule areas;




kitchens;




corner mounting;




residential car garages;




small utility rooms;




stairwells
;




bathrooms; and




small acoustically live rooms.

Coverage range

The sensor is omni
-
directional, providing 360° coverage.
Coverage is measured from the sensor to the point on the
glass farthest from the sensor. The sensor can be mounted as
close as 3.3

ft. (1 m) from the glass. The maximum range
depends on the type of glass being protected:

Armor
-
coated glass

Mount sensor no more than 12 ft. (3.6 m) from the glass.

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Wireless ShatterPro Acoustic Sensor Installation Instructions

Plate, tempered, laminated, and wired glass

Mounted on the ceiling or the opposite or adj
oining wall,
(
Figure

1

below
) maximum range is 25 ft. (7.6 m).

Figure

1
: Maxim um coverage range


Installation

The sensor has two mounting options.

Sensor base
housing

You can place the wireless transmitter inside the sensor’s base
housing (
Figure

2

below
). For some large transmitters, it will
be necessary to remove the transmitter board from its h
ousing.

Figure

2
: Sensor base housing


Transmitter bracket

For large transmitters that do not fit into the sensor base, or for
a smaller appearance with a standard size transmitter, use the
transmitter bracket.

To mount the se
nsor on the transmitter bracket, do the
following:

1
.

To remove the sensor module from the base, depress the
catch in the center of the sensor module (
Figure

3

below
)
and r
ock the module up off the posts.

Figure

3
: Rem oving the sensor module


2.

Snap the sensor module unto the bracket (
Figure

4

below
).

Figure

4
: Snapping the sensor module onto the bracket


3.

Run the wires to the transmitter and attach the transmitter
to the bracket (
Figure

5

below
). Use the punched double
-
stick tape provide
d to hold the wire in the bracket’s wire
channel, and to hold the transmitter to the bracket.

Figure

5
: Attaching the transmitter to the bracket


4.

Mount the sensor/transmitter/bracket assembly. If the
transmitter’s mounting h
oles don’t fit the bracket’s hole
pattern, you will have to mount the bracket to the wall or
ceiling before attaching the transmitter.

Wiring

All wiring must conform to the National Electric Code (NEC)
and/or local codes having jurisdiction.

Sensor module

Transmitter

Base

Lid

Sensor module

Transmitter

Bracket

Sensor m odule

Sensor module

Catch

Base

25 ft. (7.6 m )

25 ft. (7.6 m )
Wireless ShatterPro Acoustic Sensor Installation Instructions


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584503
-
W Wirin
g

Figure

6

below

shows the 584503
-
W wiring (shares transmitter
battery). The wires are:

Red
-

To battery +.

Black
-

To battery
-
.

White
-

Normally open (closes on alarm to battery
-

).

Green

-

Normally closed (to battery
-

).

Figure

6
: 584503
-
W w iring


Figure

7

below

shows the 584503
-
W connections to the
Ademco 5816 transmitter.

Figure

7
: 584503
-
W connections to the Ademco 5816 transmitter


Figure

8

below

shows the 584503
-
W connections to UTC Fire
& Security transmitters.

Figure

8
: 584503
-
W connections to the UTC Fire & Security 5816
transmitter


To connect the 583403
-
W to the transmitter, do the following:

1
.

Program the learn mode transmitter into the MCA.

2
.

Connec
t the sensor to the transmitter as shown in
Figure

8

above
.

3
.

Solder the red lead to the positive battery terminal on the
underside of the circuit board.

4
.

Put the cover on the transmitter and put it back into the
base. Snap the sensor cover in place.

5
.

Test with the 5709C tester. (See “
Testing

on page 4
.)

584509
-
W Wiring

Figure

9

on page 4

shows the 584509
-
W wiring (shares
transmitter battery). The wires are:

Red

-

To battery +.

Black
-

To battery
-
.

White
-

Normally high.

Green
-

Normally low.

UTC Fire & Security

3.5 V programmable

Transmitter

584503
-
W

UTC Fire & Security

3.5 V
learn mode

Transmitter

584503
-
W

UTC Fire & Security

3.5 V
System VI


Transmitter

564503
-
W

Black

Black

Black

Red

Green

(NL)

Red

Green

(NL)

Red

Green

Black

564509
-
W

Ademco

5716

transmitter

Red

Green

(NL)

Black

Red

White

Green
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Wireless ShatterPro Acoustic Sensor Installation Instructions

Figure

9
: 584509
-
W w iring


Figure

10

below

shows the 584509
-
W connections to the
Ademco 5716 transmitter.

Figure

10
: 584509
-
W connections to the Ademco
5716


To connect the 584509
-
W to the Ademco 5716 transmitter, do
the following:

1
.

Remove the battery.

2
.

On SW3, set switch 6 to Off (down). On SW4, set switch 1
to ON (up). Do not use a magnet.

3
.

Connect loop wires (green).

4
.

Connect 9
-
V battery terminals and install the battery
observing polarity.

Figure

11

below

shows the 584509
-
W connections to the
Honeywell 10
-
6506 (T
-
8803) transmitter.

Figure

11
: 584509
-
W connections to the 10
-
6506 transmitter



Figure

12

below

shows the 584509
-
W connections to the
AT&T transmitter
.

Figure

12
: 584509
-
W connections to the AT&T transmitter


To connect the 584509
-
W to the AT&T transmitter, do the
following:

1
.

Splice the white wire from the sensor to the green wire
from the transmitte
r.

2
.

Connect the black wire from the sensor to the battery
-
.

3
.

Connect the red wire from the sensor to the battery +.

4
.

On the 12
-
position DIP switch, set switch 6 to OFF for CL.
Set switch 7 to ON for PI
R or glassbreak.

If you use this transmitter inside the back box, the circuit board
must be removed from the housing. You can secure it with the
double
-
stick tape provided. For the most secure connections, it
is better to solder the battery connector termi
nals instead of
using the
buddy
-
up

clips.

Testing

The sensor is designed to detect the breaking of framed glass
mounted in an outside wall. Testing the sensor with unframed
lass, broken bottles, etc., may not trip the sensor. The sensor
typically does not
trip to glass breaking in the middle of the
room.

The Pattern Recognition Technology of the sensor ignores
most false alarm sounds, including glassbreak testers. To test
the sensor, use test mode. Test mode disables glassbreak
pattern processing in upper a
nd lower frequencies. The sensor
is then listening only for the mid
-
range frequencies that the
UTC Fire & Security 5709C hand
-
held tester reproduces. It’s
the mid
-
range frequencies that determines sensor range.

Black

Red

White

Adem co

5716

transmitter

Green

564509
-
W

Black

Red

Green

(NL)

584509
-
W

AT&T transmitter

Black

W hite

(NH)

Red

Honeywell 10
-
6506 (T
-
8803) transmitter

584509
-
W

Black

Green (NL)

GND

Red
Wireless ShatterPro Acoustic Sensor Installation Instructions


5

Test mode

To put the sensor in test mode, do
the following:

1
.

Use the 5709C handheld tester to put the sensor into test
mode. Set the tester to tempered glass and hold the tester
on top of the sensor.

2
.

Activate the tester. The sensor will alarm, then go into test

mode for one minute. In test mode, the LED will blink
continuously. To extend test time, fire the tester at the
sensor at least once a minute.

Sensor test

The sensor must be in test mode (blinking). To test the sensor,
do the following:

1
.

The tester has a different setting for each type of glass.
Set the tester for tempered or laminated glass unless you
are certain that all the glass to be protected is plate glass.

2
.

Hold the tester near the surface of the glass to be
pr
otected and aim the speaker at the sensor. Be sure the
tester is at the point on the glass farthest from the
detector. If closed drapes or curtains are present, hold the
tester behind them (
Figure

13

below
).

Figure

13
: Testing behind curtains


3.

Press the test button on the tester. The LED on the sensor
should stay on for 4 seconds to indicate the glass is within
detection range of the sensor. If the LED does not st
ay on
for 4 seconds, move the sensor and retest.

If the sensor will not activate within its stated range of
coverage, check for battery strength in the tester. A new tester
battery will likely restore range. You may need to use
additional sensors to achiev
e adequate coverage.

The sensor will automatically change from test mode to normal
mode approximately one minute after it last hears the tester. In
normal mode the LED does not blink unless it hears a loud
sound. In normal mode, the sensor will not trip to

the tester,
unless the tester is held next to the sensor. Each time the
sensor alarms, it also goes into test mode for one minute.

Room acoustics can artificially extend the range of a
glassbreak sensor. The specified range of the sensor has been
establis
hed for worst
-
case conditions. While the sensor will
likely function at additional range, it may miss a minimum
output break, or room acoustics may change at some future
time, bringing the sensor range back into normal 20 ft. (6 m)
conditions. Do not excee
d the rated range of the sensor,
regardless of what the tester shows.

Hand clap test

You can check the sensor while in normal mode, simply by
clapping your hands loudly under the sensor. The LED will
blink twice, but the sensor will not trip. This verifies

visually that
there is power to the sensor, and that the microphone and
circuit board are functioning.

The hand clap activation is only momentary, so there is no
appreciable effect on battery life.

To disable this custom test function, remove the circuit
board
from the housing and clip one of the wires on the LED. The
LED will no longer be operational, but the sensor can still be
tested using the transmitter and the control panel.

Maintenance

When installed and used properly, the sensor provides years of
s
ervice with minimal maintenance. You should test the sensor
annually to ensure proper operation.

Clean the cover with a damp (water) cloth as needed to keep it
free of dust and dirt. Always test the sensor after cleaning it.
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Wireless ShatterPro Acoustic Sensor Installation Instructions

Specifications

Operational vol
tage


584503
-
W


584509
-
W


2.8 to 4.5 VDC

6 to 16 VDC

Current draw


584503
-
W


584509
-
W


17uA typical average

23 uA typical average, 5 mA w ith LED
momentarily on

Alarm duration

Four seconds

Output


584503
-
W






584509
-
W


Normally closed outpu
t and normally open
output w ith open drain MOSFETs; 700 Ohm
max. closed resistance; 10 Mohm min. open
resistance. Output voltage must be less than
or equal to supplied battery voltage

Normally low output w ith NPN transistor and
10M pull
-
up resistor and nor
mally high output
w ith PNP transistor to pow er + 16 VDC max.
output voltage

RF immunity

20 V/m, 1 MHz to 1000M Hz

Microphone

Omnidirectional electret

Recommended glass
thickness


Plate


Tempered


Wired


Laminated


3/32 to 1/4 in. (2.4 to 6.4 mm)

1/8 to 1/4 in. (3.2 to 6.4 mm)

1/4 in. (6.4 mm)

1/8 to 1/4 in. (3.2 to 6.4 mm)

Operating temperature

14 to 120°F (
-
10 to 50°C)

Dimensions

4.25 x 3.13 x 1.70 in (108 x 80 x 43 mm)

Housing material

Flame
-
retardant ABS

Color

White

Wiring

22 AWG UL sty
e 1061, CSA T2, color
-
coded
w ire, passes VW
-
1 f lame test

Note
: The 584503
-
W typically w orks dow n to 2.1 VDC and the
584509
-
W typically w orks dow n to 3.0 VDC, w hich allow s most
transmitters to send low battery trouble alarms.


FCC compliance

This equipm
ent 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 equipmen
t 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. There is no guarantee
that interference will not occur in a particular inst
allation. If this
equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or
television reception, which can be determined by turning the
equipment on and off, 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 the one where the receiver is connected.



Consult the dealer or an experienced ra
dio/TV technician
for help.

Under FCC rules, Part 15 for Class B digital devices, operation
is subject to the following conditions:

1
.

This device may not cause harmful interference.

2
.

This device must accept any interf
erence received,
including interference that may cause undesired operation.

Changes or modifications not expressly approved by the party
responsible for compliance could void the user’s authority to
operate the equipment.

Product ordering

Product

Descri
ption

584503
-
W

Wireless ShatterPro, 3
-
V model w ith optional bracket

584509
-
W

Wireless ShatterPro, 9
-
V model w ith optional bracket

Accessories

5709C
-
W

Glassbreak hand
-
held tester, w hite

Contact information

www.utcfireandsecurity.com

or
www.interlogix.com

For customer support, see
www.interlogix.com/customer
-
support


©

2012 UTC Fire & Security Americas Corporation, Inc.

Interlogix is part of UTC Climate Controls & Security, a unit of
United Technologies Corporation.


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