Interlogix 60-362N-10-319.5 - Installation Manual

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319.5 Crystal MaxLife Door/Window Sensor
Installation Instructions
These are the
319.5 Crystal Maxlife Door/Window Sensor
Installation Instructions
for models 60-362N-10-319.5 and
60-362N-11-319.5. Install the sensor (
Figure 1
) on doors,
windows, and other objects that
open and close. The sensor
transmits signals to the control panel when a magnet mounted
near the sensor is moved away from or closer to the sensor.
The sensor is equipped with a cover tamper microswitch for
additional security.
Figure 1. Sensor

Use the following installation guidelines:

Mount the sensor on the d
oor frame and the magnet on
the door. For double doors, m
ount the sensor on the least-
used door and the magnet
on the most-used door.

Where possible, install sensor
s within 100 ft. (30 m) of the
panel. While a transmitter may have an open-air range of
500 ft. (150 m) or more, the envir
onment at the installation
site may have a significant
affect on operational range.
Changing a sensor location may improve wireless

Line up the alignment mark on the magnet to one of the
alignment marks on the sensor.

Mount sensors at least 4.7
in. (12 cm) above the floor to
avoid potential damage.

Avoid mounting sensors in areas where they will be
exposed to moisture or where the operating temperature
range will exceed the specified range.

If possible, mount directly to a stud. If a stud is not
available, use plastic anchors.

Avoid mounting the sensor in
areas with a large quantity of
metal or electrical wiring.

Only one input can be used at any given time.

You must mount the magnet wi
thin 3/8 in. (0.95 cm) of the

Mount sensors with screws, not double-sided tape.

Only install the EOL resistor when an external contact is
You will need the following tools and materials:

Two #6 x 1.00 in. PPH (Phillips panhead) screws and two
plastic anchors for mounting the sensor (included).

Two #6 x 0.625 in. PPH screws for mounting the magnet

External contact 4.7 Kohm end-of-line (EOL) resistor
• Phillips screwdriver
You must be free of all static electricity when
handling electronic components. Touch a grounded, bare
metal surface before touching a circuit board or wear a
grounded wrist strap.
This section describes general guidelines for programming
(learning) the sensor into panel memory. Refer to the specific
panel or receiver documentation for complete programming
To program the sensor:
1. Remove the sensor cover by squeezing the cover ends
firmly releasing the tab (
Figure 2
) from sensor base slot.
Figure 2. Sensor tab

2. If required, insert the battery into the battery holder,
observing correct polarity (Figure 3
P/N 466-2298 • REV E • January 2011
1 Figure 3.
Board components
Tamper switch
Reed B

3. Set the panel to program mode.
4. Proceed to the
Learn sensors
5. Set the external contact in the alarm condition (see
External contact wiring
6. Press and release the tamper switch (Figure 3
) on the
sensor until the panel responds.
7. Select the appropriate sensor group and number.
8. Exit program mode.
Input selection
Only one door/window input can be used at any given time. For
example, if the external contact
is used, internal reed switches
(Reed A and Reed B in Figure 3
) cannot be used.
Power down the device before positioning the input
Figure 4
and position the input selection jumper to select:

Reed B.
Left two pins covered (default).

Reed A.
Right two pins covered.

External contact.
Jumper removed.
Figure 4 Input selection jumper
Reed A
External contact
Reed B

Verifying RF communication
Before mounting the sensor, verify the sensor mounting
location provides good RF panel communication.
To verify:
Put the panel/receiver into sensor test mode.
2. Take the sensor to the mounting location.
3. Hold the magnet next to t
he alignment mark on the sensor
(Figure 5
) and then pull the magnet away from the sensor.
Figure 5. Alignment marks
Sensor end view
Sensor side view
Alignment marks

4. Listen for siren beeps to determine appropriate response
(refer to the specific panel/receiver documentation).
5. Exit sensor test mode.
To mount the sensor:
1. Remove the sensor battery.
2. Remove the circuit board from the sensor base by pulling
back on the plastic tab.
3. Mount the sensor base using the screws provided (
Figure 6. Mounting holes

4. Replace the circuit board.
5. Remove the magnet from its base.
6. Line up the magnet alignment mark with the sensor
alignment mark, depending on the internal reed switch
being used (
Figure 5
7. Mount the magnet base wi
th the #6 x 0.625 in. PPH
screws no more than 3/8 in. (0.95 cm) away from the
sensor base (
Figure 7
). Replace the magnet cover.
319.5 Crystal MaxLife Door/Window Sensor Installation Instructions Figure
7. Mounted sensor
Door frame

8. Insert the sensor battery observing correct polarity (
9. Attach the sensor cover to the base.
External contact wiring
Use the following specificatio
ns for the external contact:
• Maximum wire le
ngth: 26 ft. (8 m).

Wire: Stranded, 22-gauge (0.7112 mm).

Switches: Hermetically sealed external switches (sealed
reed switches) that supply a minimum 250 ms open or
close on alarm.
Do not connect more than fi
ve external contacts to a
door/window sensor.
You can wire the sensor terminal blocks with leads from an
external contact (
Figure 8
). The door/window sensor provides
alarm and tamper indication. Wire the external contact with one
end-of-line (EOL) resistor in series with the external contact.
You must install the EOL resistor at the external
detection device for proper supervision. For UL listed
installations, the EOL resistor must be UL listed, manufactured
by Edwards part number EOL-4k7L, and rated 4.7Kohm.
This gives the following readings for each configuration:
Normally closed

Zero ohm/short = Tamper
4.7 Kohm = Normal
Open = Alarm
Normally open

Zero ohm/short = Tamper
4.7 Kohm = Alarm
Open = Normal
Figure 8
shows external contact wiring (normally closed and
normally open). For UL listed installations, use only UL listed
Figure 8. External contact wiring
EOL resistor
4.7 Kohm

Sensor test
The sensor test verifies proper communication between the
sensor and the panel/receiver. To test the sensor, refer to the
specific panel/receiver docum
entation and do the following:
1. Put the panel/receiver into sensor test mode.
2. Open the door/window the
sensor is protecting. The
sensor transmits a signal.
3. Listen for siren beeps to determine the appropriate
4. Exit sensor test mode.
Battery replacement
: Battery replacement should be done by trained
personnel only.
When the system indicates low sensor battery, replace it
immediately. Use the recommended replacement batteries
To replace the batteries:
Remove the sensor cover.
2. Remove the battery. Follow lo
cal laws for battery disposal.
3. Insert the replacement battery, observing correct polarity
(Figure 3
4. Perform a sensor test with the panel. See
Sensor test
The battery used in this device may present a fire or
chemical burn hazard if improper
ly handled. Do not recharge,
disassemble, heat above 100°C (212°F), or dispose of in fire.
Use only batteries listed in the
section. Use of
another battery may present a risk of fire or explosion.
This information is provided to help you diagnose and solve
various problems that may arise
while configuring or using the
door/window sensor.
Power up / battery
If the unit does
not power up properly:

Make sure the battery is fully seated within the battery
bucket and the polarity is correct.

Check the battery voltage (3.0 VDC nominal).
RF communication
If the control pane
l does not respond:

Use the 60-401 RF Sniffer to make sure the transmitter is
sending messages for activation.

Move or rotate the sensor position.
319.5 Crystal MaxLife Door/Window Sensor Installation Instructions
3 Tamper (cover/external contact)
If a tamper condition does not restore:

Make sure the cover tamper spring is properly installed.
The tamper spring must be properly seated into the switch
post groove.
Figure 9. Tamper spring
Switch post groove for proper
tamper spring installation

Make sure the proper value end-of-line (EOL) resistor is
installed (4700 ohms series resistor).
319.5 Crystal MaxLife Door/Window Sensor Installation Instructions
Figure 10. External contact wiring
EOL resistor
4.7 Kohm

Make sure the EOL resistor is properly seated in the
terminal block.

Make sure the terminal block contacts are securely

Make sure the external contact wiring meets required
Open (reed switch/external contact)
If an open co
ndition does not restore:

Make sure the inpu
t selection jumper is in the correct

Make sure the arrow on the magnet and the guide line on
the transmitter are aligned and within 3/8 in. (0.95 cm) of
each other.

Verify that the external contact is operating properly in all
conditions of operation.

Model number
Brown: 60-362N-11-319.5 (NX-651N)
White: 60-362N-10-319.5 (NX-650N)
Frequency 319.5
Interlogix 319.5 MHz control panels/receivers
Battery type
3.0 V, 1300 mAh lithium
Required batteries
Duracell DL 123A, Energizer EL123, Sanyo
Estimated battery life
5 to 10 years at 20°C (68°F) depending on
the number of activations per day
Magnet gap
3/8 in. (max.)
Supervisory interval
64 minutes
End-of-line resistor
4.7 Kohm
Typical RF output
0.25mW EIRP
Operating temperature
32 to 120°F (0 to 49°C)
Storage temperature
-30 to 140°F (-34 to 60°C)
Relative humidity
0 to 85% noncondensing
Dimensions (LxWxD)
3.02 x 1.
5 x 1.02in. (81 x 38 x 26 mm)
44 g
UL 1023, UL 634
Replacement plastics


D/W sensor 60-362N-10 - 319..5
replacement enclosure, 5 pack, white
D/W sensor 60-362N-11 - 319..5
replacement enclosure, 5 pack, brown
Regulatory information
UTC Fire & Security Americas Corporation, Inc.
1275 Red Fox Rd., Arden Hills, MN 55112-6943,
FCC compliance
This device complies with part 15 of the FCC
Rules. Operation is subject to the following two
conditions: (1) This devic
e may not cause harmful
interference, and (2) this device must accept any
interference 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
IC: 1175C-914EDWS
Contact information

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