Interlogix HDX-Series Wireless Heat Detector - Install Guide



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HDX
-135-345
Wireless
Rate
-of
-Rise Heat
Sensor
Installation Instructions

Introduction
The
Interlogix
HDX series wireless
heat detectors
use

electronic processing to detect
temperature Rate-
of-Rise
and fixed
heat
set point conditions plus a learn mode
wireless transmitter in
one unit
. The micro-
processor trips
the transmitter wh
en the temperature at the detector
locati
on
reaches a fixed temperature of 135°F (57°C
) or
senses a
rate of rise at 12°F to 15ºF (6.7 to 8.3ºC)


Figure
1

Model

HDX
-135-
345

Wireless 135ºF (57ºC) Rate-
of-Rise Heat
Sensor, 345 MHz Wireless, Compatible with
Honeywell and 2GIG Wireless Receivers


Installation

Use the following installation guidelines:


Heat detectors
should be installed to provide property
protection. Reliance should
not be placed on heat
sensors
for life safety. Where life safety is involved,
smoke sensors must also be installed.


The detectors
allow for normal temperature fluctuations,
however, ceiling temperat
ures should not exceed 100°F
(38°C)


Mount the detector
in a central location of the area to be
protected, either on the ceiling or on a wall.


If m
ounting on a ceiling, the detector
must be at least 4
in. (10 cm) away from any walls.


If mounting
on a
wall, the top of the detector
must be
within 4 to 6 in. (10 to 15 cm) of the ceiling.


The UL maximum
spacing allowance of the detector
is
50 x 50 ft. (15 x 15 m). Refer to the NFPA Standard 72
for application requirements.


Do not mount the detector
close to devices that change
temperature rapidly, such as ovens, heat vents,
furnaces, or boilers.


Enrolling

The HDX
-135-
345 is compatible with Honeywell and 2GIG
wireless receivers. These panels must
learn (program) the
detector
ID codes in order to respon
d to detector
signals.
For
complete programming instructions refer to the specific

control panel instruction guides.


To add the sensor to panel memory:


Honeywell

The HDX
-135-
345 must be enrolled in the control panel
before it can operate in the system. The heat protection zone
must be enrolled as Loop 1 and “Input Type” 3 (supervised
RF).
Tamper is transmitted as Loop 4, but does not require
programming.

1. Place the panel in program mode.
2. Enter the zone number to be programmed.

3. Enter the zone type when
prompted. Program
as a Fire
zone type [9]

4. When prompted, enter Input Type [
03
] (3 on some
panels)
– Supervised RF Transmitter

5. Remove pull tab from sensor battery

6. When prompted for the serial number, transmit from the
detector
by activating
(press and release)
the tamper
switch
(Figure 2)
.
7. When serial number is displayed, transmit from sensor
again by activating tamper switch again. The current
loop number will begin to flash
(4)
.

8. Manually change the loop number to loop number [
1].

Note:

The fire protectio
n zone enrolled must always be
Loop 1. Otherwise, fire annunciations will not be
reported by the control

9. Exit programming when complete. Test the sensor after
enrolling into the system. Refer to the Testing section in
this guide.



Figure
2: Tamper


2GIG
®
The following procedure describes how to learn-
in the HDX
-
135-
345 heat sensor into the 2GIG control panel.

1. Select RF sensor #(01 to 48)

2. Select RF sensor type [09] Smoke/
Heat

3. Select RF sensor
equipment code. Enter code 0895

Tamper
2
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4. With
panel in learn-
in mode
(press Shift then Learn)
cause a tamper by press
ing
and
then
release tamper
switch (Figure 2). The correct TX ID should appear.
Accept by pressing OK.

5. Select RF sensor equipment age [0] New

6. Select RF sensor loop number [1]

7. Select di
aler delay (enable/disable)

8. Select voice descriptors (see panel manual)

9. Select sensor reports (enable/disable)

10.
Select sensor chime
11.
To exit programming, click skip
12.
Click end and exit. The panel takes a few seconds to
reset.


Mounting the Detector

1. Locate the base mounting holes and mount the base to
the wall or ceiling with the appropriate hardware (Figure
3)
2. Attach the detector
to the mounting base



Figure 3: Mounting Holes


Testing
1. Before
permanently securing the detector
to the wall or
ceiling,
test
the
detector
from the installation location
using one of the following methods.
2. Place the panel in sensor test mode.
3. Plug in a portable hair dryer.
4. Hold the hair dryer about 12 to 18 in. away from the
sensor, aiming it at the side of the sensor.

5. Listen
for the appropriate number of beeps from interior
sirens and speakers (refer to the specific panel

6. Listen for the appropriate number of beeps from interior
sirens and speakers


Magnet Test

Note: Notify central station before any live testing to avoid fir
e
response
. The magnet test allows the sens
or to send an actual
alarm signal to the control panel, if a magnet is held against the
housing for 15 seconds.



Figure 4
: Magnet Mark


1. With the sensor permanently mounted, place a magnet
against the mark located on the sensor body.
(Figure 4)

2. Hold the magnet in place for about 15 seconds

3. The control panel should respond by sounding the fire
alarm

4. Disarm control panel to silence alarm

Replacing the Batteries

Battery life depends on how often the detector trans
mits
signals, but is more dependent on the temperature of the
installation environment. When the battery voltage gets low,
the detector transmits a low battery signal to the panel. The
panel then activates trouble beeps to notify the customer
that the detector battery must be replaced.
Pressing the
status button identifies the sensor with the low battery.

Replace the battery immediately when this condition occurs,
using the following battery:

Panasonic CR123A 3V


Battery Disposal

The batteries used in thi
s sensor are lithium batteries and
are not reusable. Be sure to properly dispose of used lithium
batteries according to your local hazardous waste disposal
laws.


Specifications

Rate of Rise rating

12°
to 15ºF
(6.7
° to 8.3
C)
Operating temperature

135°F (
57°C)
: 32
- 100°F (0
- 37°C)

UL max. Ambient ceiling

100°F (37.8ºC )

Storage
Temperature
-30 to 167°F (
-34 to 75°C)

Relative H
umidity

0 to 95% noncondensing

Maximum UL Spacing

50ft (15.2m) x 50ft (15.2m)

Frequency

345
MHz
(crystal
-controlled)

E
xpected
Battery
Life
10
years

S
tandby
Current

Less than 0.9 μA

Supervision I
nterval

62-
68
minute
s
Enclosure D
imension
s
Diameter:
2.29"
(58.25mm)

Height:
1.28"
(32.4mm)

Magnet Mark
and Location

Mounting
Holes
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Regulatory

UL 521 Heat Detectors for Fire
Protective Signaling Systems

UL 985 Household Fi
re Warning
System Units

CAN/ULC-
S530 Heat Actuated Fire
Detector
s for Fire Alarm Systems

CSFM Category 7270
FCC: 15.109 Class B, 15.231

Industry Canada: ICES
-003, RSS
-
210


Contact I
nformation
Visit us online at www.interlogix.com.

For technical support, s
ee www.interlogix.com/support


Product Ordering

Model

HDX
-135-
345
Wireless
135ºF (57ºC) Rate-
of-Rise Heat
Sensor, 345 MHz Wireless, Compatible with
Honeywell and 2GIG Wireless Receivers


Recommendation to Installer

Annual inspection and testing by a quali
fied technician of the
rate-
of-rise heat sensor is recommended to maintain
satisfactory functionality of the sensor. Visual inspection of
the unit
should occur
once per week
to ensure proper
operation.


FCC / IC Statement

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 c
an 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:


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
that to which the receiver is connected.


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

Changes or modifications not expressly approved by UTC Fire and
Security could void the user’s authority to operate the equipment.

This device complies with Industry Canada licence-
exempt RSS
standard(s). Operation is subject to the fol
lowing two conditions: (1)
this device may not cause interference, and (2) this device must
accept any interference, including interference that may cause
undesired operation of the device.

Cet appareil est conforme avec Industrie Canada exempts de
licence
standard RSS (s). Son fonctionnement est soumis aux deux
conditions suivantes: (1) cet appareil ne doit pas provoquer
d'interférences et (2) cet appareil doit accepter toute interférence, y
compris celles pouvant causer un mauvais fonctionnement de
l'appareil.

In accordance with FCC requirements of human exposure to radio
frequency fields, the radiating element shall be installed such that a
minimum separation distance of 20 cm is maintained from the
general population.

FCC:
2ABBZ
-RF
-ROR
-345

IC:
11817A
-RFROR
345

This Class B digital apparatus complies with Canadian ICES
-3B.

Cet appareil numérique de la classe B est conforme à la norme
NMB
-003 du Canada.

Copyright

Copyright © 2016 U
nited Technologies Corporation.

All rights reserved.

Trademarks

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


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REPRESENTATIONS, WHETHER EXPRESS, IMPLIED,
STATU
TORY OR OTHERWISE INCLUDING (BUT NOT LIMITED
TO) ANY WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS
FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE WITH RESPECT TO THESE
PRODUCTS AND ANY
RELATED SOFTWARE.
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PUTER
INFORMATION TRANSACTIONS ACT OR SIMILAR LAW AS
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PROTECTION FROM, BREAK
-INS, BURGLARY, ROBBERY,
FIRE; OR (III) WILL WORK PROPERLY IN ALL
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