Interlogix SDX-135Z Wireless Smoke/Freeze Sensor - User Guide



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P/N
466-
5308
• REV B •
16MAY18

SDX-
135Z
Wireless Smoke
Detector and Freezer Sensor Users
Guide
Content

Smoke Alarm: What to do when the Alarm Sounds
..........................
2

Carbon Monoxide Alarm: What to do when the Alarm Sounds
.........
2

Other Detector visual and Audible Indicators
...................................
3

Troubleshooting Guide
................................
....................................
4

Product
Features and Specifications
...............................................
6

Introduction
......................................................................................
6

Specifications
..................................................................................
6

Ordering Information
................................
........................................
6

Limitati
ons of Smoke Detectors
................................
.......................
7

Recommended Locations for Smoke Detectors
...............................
7

Locations to Avoid
................................
...........................................
9

Installation / Activation / Wireless
................................
.....................
9

Wireless
........................................................................................
10

Wireless Interconnect Model Compatibility
.....................................
10

Adding Detectors to an Existing Wireless Interconnected Network
10

Resetting a Detector’s Wireless Interconnect Settings
...................
11

Enrolling a Detector with a Panel
................................
...................
12

Verify Programming and Detector
-to-panel

Communication
................................
.............................................
12

Operation and Testing
...................................................................
12

Operation
................................
......................................................
12

Recognizing Nuisance Alarms
.......................................................
13

Smart HUSH
®
Control and Locate Feature
................................
....
13

Battery
................................
...........................................................
14

Low Battery
................................
................................
...................
14

Permanently Disable Detector / Discharge Battery
........................
14

Cleaning Detector
................................
................................
..........
15

Detector should be cleaned at least ONCE a year
.........................
15

Good Safety Habits
.......................................................................
15

Develop and practice a plan of escape
................................
..........
15

Regulatory Information
................................
................................
.. 16

Service and Warranty
....................................................................
17

Contact information
.......................................................................
17


Attention:

Please take a few minutes to thoroughly read this user
guide which should be saved for future reference.

Note:
Leave this user guide with the home owner.

You do
NOT
need a home Wi
-Fi system to use these units.
Multiple wireless units create their own independent wireless
detector network, in addition to wireless connection with a
compatible panel.



Thank you for purchasing this Interlogix smoke
detector.

This mod
el is powered by a non-replaceable, long life sealed
lithium battery system, and includes SMART HUSH
®
Control
to temporarily silence nuisance alarms. It is capable of
Wireless Interconnect with compatible units, and can also
communicate with an appropriate
panel.

READ the following section
:
Installation /
Activation / Wireless, before powering the units
,
see page
9. You do
NOT
need a home
Wi
-Fi

system to use these units. Multiple wireless units create their
own independent wireless detector network.

Teach children how to respond to the alarm and that they
should never play with the unit. Your Interlogix smoke
detector was designed for use in a r
esidential environment. It
is not designed for use in a recreational vehicle (RV) or boat.

Note
:
Please thoroughly read this user guide and save the
document for future reference and to pass on to any
subsequent owner.

The National Fire Protection Associat
ion (NFPA) and the
manufacturer recommend replacing this detector
10
years
from the date code on back of the detector.
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Customer Service:
1
-855
-286
-8889

Please write down the below information and have this at
hand when you call.


Smoke Alarm: What t
o do when the
Alarm Sounds

Smoke alarm pattern is three long beeps, a 1.5 second
pause, and three long beeps repeating. The
RED

LED blink
s
in time with alarm pattern.



Alert small children in the home as well as anyone else
that might have difficulty recognizing the importance of
the alarm sounding or that might have difficulty leaving
the area without help.



Leave immediately by your escape plan. Every second
counts, so don’t waste time getting dressed or picking
up valuables.



In leaving, don’t open any inside door without first
feeling its surface. If hot, or if you see smoke seeping
through cracks, don’t open that door! Instead, use your
alternate exit. If the inside of the door is cool, place your
shoulder against it, open it slightly and be ready to slam
it shut if heat and smoke rush in.



If the escape route requires you to go through smoke,
stay close to the floor where the air is cleaner
. Crawl if
necessary, and breathe shallowly through a cloth, wet if
possible.



Once outside, go to your selected meeting place and
make sure everyone is there.



Call the fire department from your cell phone outside or
from your neighbor’s home-not from yours
!


Don’t return to your home until the fire officials say that it
is all right to do so.



There are situations where a smoke alarm may not be
effective to protect against fire as stated in the NFPA
Standard 72. For instance:

a) Smoking in bed

b) Leaving chil
dren home alone

c)
Cleaning with flammable liquids, such as gasoline

Note:

See s
ection
“Recognizing Nuisance Alarms
” on page 13,
for
nuisance alarm situations.

Carbon Monoxide Alarm: What to do
when the Alarm Sounds

Note:

This is not a carbon monoxide (CO) alarm, but will receive
and transmit a CO alarm signal (four quick beeps
repeating
every 5 seconds) from an interconnected CO or combination
smoke / CO alarm/detector.

Carbon monoxide (CO) alarm pattern is four quick beeps
repeating every 5 seconds. The
RED

LED blinks in time with
alarm pattern.

WARNING:

CARBON MONOXIDE ALARM ACTIVATION
INDICATES THE PRESENCE OF CARBON
MONOXIDE (CO) AT HIGH CONCENTRATIONS
WHICH CAN KILL YOU.

1.
Operate the Test/Hush button.
Note:
Pressing the button on the initiating alarm unit (
GREEN

LED
flashing every second) will silence the alarm
notif
ication, including all interconnected units. If the unit
goes into alarm mode again within six minutes, it is
sensing high levels of CO which can quickly become a
dangerous situation.

2.
Call your emergency services (Fire Department or 911).

EMERGENCY PHONE #
:
_______________________

3.
Immediately move to fresh air

outdoors or by an open
door / window. Do a head count to check that all
persons are accounted for; be Alert for small children in
the home as well as anyone else that might have
difficulty recogniz
ing the importance of the alarm
sounding or that might have difficulty leaving the area
without help. Do not re-enter the premises nor move
away from the open door/window until the emergency
services responders have arrived, the premises have
been aired out, and your alarm remains in its normal
condition.

4.
After following steps 1-
3, if the alarm reactivates within a
24 hour period, repeat steps 1
-3 and call a qualified
appliance technician to investigate sources of CO from
fuel burning equipment and applianc
es, and to inspect
for proper operation of equipment.

If problems are identified during this inspection, have
the equipment serviced immediately. Note any
combustion equipment not inspected by the technician
and consult the manufacturer’s instructions, or
contact
the manufacturer directly for more information about CO
safety and the equipment. Make sure that motor
vehicles are not, or have not been, operating in a
garage attached or adjacent to the residence. Never
restart the source of a CO problem until i
t has been
corrected. Never ignore the sound of the alarm!

Note:

See section “
Recognizing Nuisance Alarms
” on page 13, for
nuisance alarm situations.


Model
(on
back):



Date Code
(on
back):



Date
of Purchase:


Where
Purchased:


Date to
Replace:

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Other Detector visual and Audible Indicators

Operational Mode

Visual Indications

Audible
Indications

Action Notes

Normal Operation
(standby)

One
GREEN
LED
blinks
every 60 seconds.



Freeze Warning

One RED LED blinks every
20 seconds.

None

None. Flashing continues
while condition
exists.

Tamper Condition

One RED LED blinks
every
30 seconds (after a 3
minute delay).

Detector
chirps once when
tamper
condition is first
sensed, then the detector
will chirp every 30 seconds
after a 3 minute delay.

Reattach detector to its trim
plate,
otherwise flashing and
chirping will
continue while condition exists.

System Test Mode

Rapidly flashing
RED

LED
for 10
seconds duration

1 detector chirp when
magnet detected, 2
detector chirps when
System Test mode
enabled

Hold
magnet
next
to button for
4 seconds.

See

Figure 6:
Magnet Placement
Location
, page
11.
Local Detector Test (button
press when no alarm
condition is present)

Flashes
RED
,
AMBER
,
GREEN
, then current
protocol

Temporal T3 pattern

Allow completion of test or perform
button press to cancel, return to normal
operation.

System Detector Test
(button
press in System
Test Mode
when no alarm condition is
present)

Flashes
RED
,
AMBER
,
GREEN
, then current
protocol on each
detector
in the network

Temporal T3 pattern

Allow completion of test or perform
button press to cancel,
return to normal
operation.

Smoke/Heat Alarm Memory
(detector has experienced an
alarm event within the last
hour)

Alternating flashing
RED

and
AMBER
LEDs.
1
second
RED
/1
AMBER
/10
seconds OFF repeating for
one hour

None

Press test button to clear alarm
memory, or allow 1 hour time out to
return to normal operation.

Note:
Standard test sequence will follow.
(Push/release button again to cancel
test).

Smoke Alarm Hush Mode
(SMART HUSH
®
CONTROL)

RED

LED blinks every 2
sec
onds

After button push: Smoke
alarm pattern stops. (If
there is too much smoke,
smoke alarm pattern
continues.)

This feature is to be used only when a
known alarm condition, such as smoke
from cooking, activates the alarm.

Locate

None

After button push on non
-
initiating unit, only
initiating
unit continues alarm
pattern.

Use this to quickly locate the alarm
source and determine if alarm is
nuisance or real.

Initiating Alarm Detector
(multiple detectors in an
interconnected system)

GREEN
LED blinks once
per sec indicating that this
is the unit initiating the
alarm in an interconnected,
multiple detector system.

Unit in Smoke Alarm
mode.

During alarm, the initiating alarm
RED

blink will be interrupted by a
GREEN

blink.
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Troubleshooting Guide

Trouble
Condition

Visual Indications

Audible
Indications

Action

Fault Mode/Fatal Error

One
AMBER
LED blink
s
every 5 seconds.

Detector chirps every 30
seconds.

1.

Push the Test/Hush button once to
attempt to reset the detector.

The
RED

LED will blink out an Error
Code (number of blinks) when the
Test/Hush button is
pushed/released once.
Report the
number of blinks to Customer
Service, if needed.

2. Clean your detector. See “
Cleaning
Detector
” for instructions.

3. Remove detector from service. If
fatal error cannot be cleared,
permanently discharge and
decommission the detector.

Network Error (if a detector
loses wireless interconnect
connection due to loss of
signal)

One
AMBER
LED blink
s
every 5 seconds.

Detector chirps every 30
seconds.

Note:
Chirps only occur if
network includes
more than 2
detectors.

Remove device from mounting bracket,
and try rotating and re-
installing the
device in a different orientation on the
mounting bracket. This might align the
antenna in a better position.

1. Push the Test/Hush button once to
silence the audible indication for 24
hours at a time.

The
RED

LED will blink out an Error
Code (number of
blinks)
when the
Test/Hush button is
pushed/re
leased once. Report the
number of blinks to Customer
Service, if needed.

2. Follow instructions in “
Resetting a
Detector’s Wireless Interconnect
Settings
.”, then att
empt to rejoin the
network by following the
instructions in

Adding Detectors to
an Existing Wireless Interconnected
Network
.” *If the error persists,
remove, dischar
ge, and replace the
detector as soon as possible.

Network Error due to loss of
radio (CCI supervision)

One
AMBER
LED blink
s
every 5 seconds.

Detector chirps every 30
seconds, regardless of the
number of detectors in the
network.

1. Push the Test/Hush
button once to
silence the audible indication for 24
hours at a time.


The
RED

LED will blink out an Error
Code (4 blinks) when the Test/Hush
button is pushed/ released once.
Report the number of blinks to
Customer Service, if needed.

2. Remove, discharge, and replace
the detector as soon as possible.
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Trouble Condition

Visual Indications

Audible
Indications

Action

Low Battery

One
AMBER
LED blink
s
every 5 seconds.

Detector chirps every 60
seconds

Remove, discharge,
and then

dispose of
detector. Replace as soon as possible.

End of Detector Life (EOL)

One
AMBER
LED blink
s
every 5 seconds.

Double detector chirp
every 30 seconds.

The
RED

LED will blink out an Error

Code of 9 blinks. Start of EOL will be
delayed if Night Detect is active.

Hush (for Network

Error, End of Life)

One
AMBER
LED blink
s
every 5 seconds.

Chirp temporarily
silenced
for 24 hours.

Push the Test/Hush button to initiate
Hush for 24hrs.

Sensor Cleanliness Level
(Clean-Me Indication)

AMBER
LED Clean-Me
blink
sequence after

TESTING (PUSH TO TEST

BUTTON) temporal pattern
per “Operation and Testing”

None

1
. Push the Test/Hush button to
initiate detector test. Following the
temporal patterns, the
AMBER

LED
will blink the cleanliness status of
the detector:

0-1: Unserviceable fault; remove,
discharge, and replace the detector.

2-3: Insensitive; requires cleaning per
“Cleaning Detector
” section.

4-7: Normal Sensitivity

8-9
: Too sensitive, requires cleaning per

Cleaning Detector
” section.





Alarm fault: Number of RED
LED
blinks (short
duration blinks)

Wireless fault: Number of RED LED blinks (long duration blinks)
7: Push to Test

8: Memory

9: Life Expiration

10: Smoke Chamber

12: Temperature Sensor Supervision

14: Smoke
Drift Compensation
2: Fault Coordinator

3: Fault RFD

4: CCI Supervision

5: RFD Check In

6: RFD Time Sync


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Product
Features and Specifications

Introduction
The Interlogix SDX
-135Z supervised photoelectric smoke
detector with heat and freeze sensors is a self
-diagnostic
Learn Mode detector with wireless interconnection, 10-yr
sealed
battery and sensor life, built
-in sounder,
diagnostic/status LED, integrated fixed temperature and
rate
-of
-rise heat sensor and a pre-freeze condition indicator.

The SDX
-135Z uses a 319.5MHz transmitter for
communication to the control panel and a 915MHz
transceiver for interconnection communication between
networked detectors. Up to 24 detectors can be a part of the
same interconnected network. The dual transmitter design
ensures interconnection integrity is maintained independent
of control panel status. Because of this unique design the
SDX
- 135Z is multi
-listed to UL217, UL268, and ULC
-S531
requirements.

The SDX
-135Z wireless smoke detector with heat and freeze
sensor is compatible with the following panels:



Advisor One Interlogix Learn Mode panels



Concord 4


Simon XT



Simon XTi



Simon XTi
-5


NX
-4


NX
-6


NX
-8


NX
-8 E


NX
-8V2



UM
-5000-CPU


ZW
-6400
Note:

Refer to control system / panel installation instructions for
compatible panel information.

The SDX
-135Z uses 10-year sealed-
in lithium batteries
ensuring continuous operation over the 10 year life of the
detector. This eliminates worry about battery removal or
unauthorized deactivation of the detector. The self
-activation
feature activates the detector when attached to the mounting
bracket. At the end of detector life, the
unit will chirp and
send communication back to control panel, indicating the
detector is in need of replacement (see Troubleshooting
Guide).

To help identify the date to replace the detector, a label has
been affixed to the side of the detector. Write the
“Install
date” in the space provided, and then write in the “Replace
by” date (10 years from initial power up) in permanent
marker on the label prior to installing the detector.

Specifications


Specifications

Table 1:
Power

3V DC non
-
replaceable sealed lithium
batteries

Smoke
sensor

Photoelectric

Temperature
sensor

NTC Thermistor

Battery life

10 years
*

Detector life

10 years

Audible
alarm
Smoke/heat
CO
(transmit)

85dB at 10
'

@ 3.0 to 3.5 KHz pulsing alarm


Temporal T3 pattern

Temporal T4 pattern (received and transmitted
from an interconnected CO or Combo
detector)

Dimensions

Ø 5.6 ± 0.01
"

x 2.3 ± 0.04
"

(Ø142.3 ± 0.3

mm
x 59.0 ± 1.0
mm)

Smoke
Sensitivity

2.32 +/
-

1.35 %/ft. obscuration

Rate
-
of
-
Rise
(ROR) heat
detection

15°F/min (8.3C/min) monitoring above
10
5
°F
(40.5
°C)

Fixed
temperature
heat
detection

~135°F (57.2°C)

Freeze
warning

41°F (5°C) ± 5°F (2.8°C)

Storage
temperature

-
4 °F (
-
20°C) to 140°F (60°C)

Operating E
nvironment

Temperature

Relative
humidity

32 °F
to 100 °F (0 °C to 37.8 °C)

0 to 95% noncondensing

Regulatory
Listings

UL217, UL268, CAN/

ULC-S531, CSFM, FCC, IC

*Carries a
3 year warranty. Not a battery performance claim.


Ordering Information

Model

Description

SDX
-
135Z

Wireless Interconnected
Smoke Detector with
Heat and Freeze Sensor, Sounder, UL 217,
UL 268, ULC
-S531

Accessories


SM
-
200

Smoke! In A Can (canned smoke) for
functional testing of smoke detectors
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Limitations of Smoke Detectors

WARNING:

PLEASE READ CAREFULLY AND THOROUGHLY



Life safety from fire in residential occupancies is based
primarily on early notification to occupants of the need
to escape, followed by the appropriate egress actions by
those occupants.



Fire warning systems for dwelling units are capable of
protecting about half of the occupants in potentially fatal
fires. Victims are often intimate with the fire, too old or
young, or physically or mentally impaired such that they
cannot escape even when warned early enough that
escape should be possible. For these peopl
e, other
strategies such as protection-
in-place or assisted
escape or rescue are necessary.



Leading authorities recommend that both ionization and
photoelectric smoke alarms be installed to help insure
maximum detection of the various types of fires that c
an
occur within the home. Ionization sensing alarms may
detect invisible fire particles (associated with fast
flaming fires) sooner than photoelectric alarms.
Photoelectric sensing alarms may detect visible fire
particles (associated with slow smoldering f
ires) sooner
than ionization alarms.



A battery powered alarm must have a battery of the
specified type, in good condition and installed properly
(This model has a sealed battery).



Smoke alarms must be tested regularly to make sure
the battery and the alarm
circuits are in good oper
ating
condition.



Smoke alarms cannot provide an alarm if smoke does
not reach the alarm. Therefore, smoke alarms may not
sense fires starting in chimneys, walls, on roofs, on the
other side of a closed door or on a different floor
.


If the alarm is located outside the bedroom or on a
different floor, it may not wake up a sound sleeper.



The use of alcohol or drugs may also impair one’s ability
to hear the smoke alarm. For maximum protection, a
smoke alarm should be installed in each
sleeping area
on every level of a home.

Note
:
This alarm is not intended to alert hearing impaired
individuals
.

Recommended Locations for Smoke
Detectors



Locate detectors in all sleeping areas. Try to monitor the
exit path as the bedrooms are usually farthest from the
exit. If more than one sleeping area exists, locate
additional detectors in each sleeping area.



Locate additional detectors to monitor any stairway as
stairways act like chimneys for smoke and heat.



Locate at least one alarm on every floor level.



Locate an alarm in every bedroom.



Locate a detector in every room where electrical
appliances are operated (i.e. portable heaters or
humidifiers), as long as the room is environmentally
controlled within the temperature and humidity ranges
as defi
ned in the “Specifications” table.



Locate a detector in every room where someone sleeps
with the door closed. The closed door may prevent a
detector not located in that room from waking the
sleeper.



Smoke, heat, and combustion products rise to the
ceiling
and spread horizontally. Mounting the smoke
detector on the ceiling in the center of the room places it
closest to all points in the room. Ceiling mounting is
preferred in ordinary residential construction.



When mounting a detector on the ceiling, locate i
t at a
minimum of 4
" (10 cm) from the side wall.



When mounting the detector on the wall, use an inside
wall with the top edge of the alarm at a minimum of 4"

(10 cm) and a maximum of 12"
(30.5 cm) below the
ceiling.



Put smoke detectors at both ends of a bedroom hallway
or large room if the hallway or room is more than 30 feet
(9.1
m) long.



Install smoke detectors on sloped, peaked or cathedral
ceilings at or within 3'
(0.9
m) of the highest point
(measured horizontally).

This equipment should be installed
in accordance with the
National Fire Protection Association’s 72 (National Fire
Protection Association, Batterymarch Park, Quincy, MA
02269).
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Figure 1:

SDX
-135Z
Smoke
Detector Locations


Figure 2:

SDX
-135Z Smoke Detector F
loor Locations (single and multiple floor)


Figure 3:

SDX
-135Z Smoke Detector Locations (US Installation)


Figure 4:

SDX
-135Z Smoke Detector Locations (Canadian Installation)

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Locations to Avoid


In the garage. Products of combustion are present when
you start your automobile.



Normal cooking may cause nuisance alarms. If a
kitchen detector is desired, it should have an alarm

silence feature or be a photoelectric type.



Do not install within 6'
of heating or cooking appliances.



Less than 4
" (10
cm) from the peak of an “A” frame type
ceiling.



In dusty areas. Dust particles may cause nuisance
alarm or failure to alarm.



In very humid areas (above 95% RH, non-
condensing).
Moisture or steam can cause nuisance alarms.



In insect
-infested areas.



In an area where the temperature may fall below 32ºF
(0C) or rise above 100ºF (37.8C), such as garages and
unfinished attics.



Detectors should not be installed within 3'
(0.9 m) of the
door to a bathroom containing a tub or shower, forced
air supply ducts used for heating or cooling, ceiling or
whole house ventilating fans, or other high air flow
areas.



Do not install near vents, flues, chimneys or any
forced/unforced air ventilation openings.



Do not install near fans, doors, windows or areas
directly exposed to the weather.

Note
:
Smoke detectors are not to be used with detector guards
unless the combination (detector and detector guard) have
been
evaluated and found suitable for that purpose.

Smoke detectors cannot provide an alarm if smoke does not
reach the detector. Therefore, smoke detectors may not
sense fires starting in chimneys, walls, on roofs, on the other
side of a closed door or on a different floor.

Installation / Activation / Wireless

You do
NOT
need a home
Wi
-Fi system to use these units.
Multiple wireless units create their own independent wireless
detector network (wireless interconnect between multiple
detectors). In addition, the
se units can wirelessly
communicate with an appropriate control panel.

WARNING:

THIS DETECTOR SHOULD BE INSTALLED BY A
CERTIFIED TECHNICIAN.

WARNING:

FAILURE TO PROPERLY INSTALL AND ACTIVATE
THIS DETECTOR WILL PREVENT PROPER
OPERATION AND RESPONSE TO HAZ
ARDS.



If you are installing detectors and will use the
wireless interconnect function, proceed to
section 9.1 “Set Up a Wireless Detector
Network (Wireless Interconnect)” If you are not
using the wireless detector
-to
-detector interconnect function,
then
proceed with the following two steps, and then skip
ahead to the “
Enrolling a Detector with a Panel
” section.

1.
After selecting the proper location for the detector,
attach the mounting bracket (trim plate) to the wall or
ceiling. To ensure aesthetic alignment of the detector
with the hallway, or wall, the “A” line on the mounting
bracket (trim plate) must be parallel with the hallway
when ceiling mounted or horizontal
when wall mounted.

2.
Install the detector fully on the mounting bracket (trim
plate) by rotating the detector in a clockwise direction.

Note:

Installing the detector on the mounting bracket (trim plate)
will automatically activate the battery. The power
up
sequence is indicated by the LED ring slowly glowing
GREEN
on/off one time.

Note:

Detectors will emit a series of slow
RED

LED glowing on/off
as the detector searches for a wireless network. If you are
intending to use the detectors without the wireles
s
interconnect function, ignore these notifications, and the
wireless interconnect function will eventually turn off (~15
minutes) OR to immediately finish this process, push the
Test/Hush button until two beeps are heard (approximately 4
seconds). The LED
will change to glowing
GREEN
on/off
every second. Repeat the button push/hold for another 4
seconds, until two beeps are heard, and then release the
button. This will close the network.



When the network has been closed, each detector’s
GREEN
LED will ch
ange from glowing on/off every
second to flashing once every 60 seconds to indicate
normal operation.

Note:

The battery activation is a one-
time feature. After activation,
the battery cannot be turned off, and can only be
discharged at the end of unit li
fe. If the detector is removed
from the mounting plate, the battery will remain active. See
“Permanently Disable Detector / Discharge Battery
” section
to de-
energize the detector.
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Wireless

These models have wireless detector interconnect capability.
When one interconnected detector sounds an alarm, all
other compatible wireless detectors in the wireless detector
network will alarm.

A maximum of
24 compatible devices may be interconnected
in a multiple station arrangement in conjunction with a
compatible panel.

This detector is not designed to be interconnected with other
manufacturer’s products, unless otherwise specified.

Wireless Interconnect Model Compatibility

The following Interlogix models can be interconnected using
wireless interconnect:



SDX
-135Z, CDX
-135Z



Maximum distance between wireless interconnect
models is 300 feet in open air.

Set up a Wireless Detector Network (Wireless
Interconne
ct)

1.
Remove all wireless detectors from their packaging
(suggest using a table and activating all detectors in a
group).

2.
Power on all detectors by attaching the detectors onto
the mounting bracket (trim plate) to activate the battery,
or by carefully turning the red activation wheel with a
screwdriver. See
Figure 5
.


The
GREEN
LED will fade on and off once, then
the
RED

LED will begin fading on/off every 3
seconds.

Note
:
If no further steps are taken within 15 minutes of initial power
up, the wireless
function will turn off. The detector will then
perform as a single station detector.

Figure 5:

Powering SDX
-135Z to ON


3.
After all detectors are powered on and the
RED

LED is
glowing on/off, push and hold the Test/Hush button on
any one detector until two beeps are heard
(approximately 4 seconds) and then release the button.
This detector will automatically create a new wireless
network.



A brief series of quick
GREEN
LED blinks will occur
and then the
GREEN
LED will fade on/off every
second on the button-
pushed detector (network
creator).

4.
Wait for the other wireless detectors to join the wireless
network.



A brief series of quick
GREEN
LED blinks will occur
and then the
GREEN
LED will fade on/off
approximately every 3 seconds.

Note:

At this point, you can push/release the test button once on
any detector, and the
RED
LED will flash the number of
enrolled detectors.

5.
Wait for the network setup to timeout (approximately 15
minutes), OR to immediately close the network, push
the Test/Hush
button until two beeps are heard
(approximately 4 seconds) and then release the button.
The network can be closed from any device enrolled in
the network.



When the network has been closed, each detector’s
GREEN
LED will change from glowing on/off every
second to flashing once every 60 seconds to
indicate normal operation.

6.
After selecting the proper location for your detector,
attach the mounting bracket to the wall or ceiling. To
ensure aesthetic alignment of the detector with the
hallway, or wall, the “A”
line on the mounting bracket
must be parallel with the hallway when ceiling mounted
or horizontal when wall mounted.



Install the detector fully on the mounting bracket
(trim plate) by rotating the detector in a clockwise
direction.

Note:

The detector wil
l mount to the bracket in 4 positions (every
90 degrees).

7.
The detector is now activated. After installation /
activation, test your detector as described in Operation
and Testing section.

Adding Detectors to an Existing Wireless
Interconnected Network

For
various reasons, you might want to add additional
detectors to your existing wireless interconnection network.

1.
Remove the new detector from its packaging.

2.
Choose one existing, installed detector (not the new
detector). Place and hold a magnet for four seconds on P/N 466-
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the cover of the existing detector in the network at the
designated location per Figure 5:
Powering SDX
-135Z
to ON
. The detector will beep once when the magnet is
detected, then the detector will beep twice and will start
flashing the
RED

LED rapidly to indicate the detector is
in System Test Mode.

3.
Push and hold the test button on the same detector (in
System Test Mode) until two beeps are heard
(approximately 4 seconds), and then release the button.



The button-
pushed detector will cause the
GREEN

LED to fade on/off on each detector in the existing
network to signal that the wireless interconnection
network has been opened.

Note
:
From
this point, you have fifteen (15) minutes to power up
the new detector.

4.
Power up the new wireless detector by twisting the
detector onto the mounting bracket (trim plate) to
activate the battery, or by carefully turning the
red

activation wheel with a screwdriver. See
Figure 5:

Powering SDX
-135Z to ON
.


After initial
GREEN
LED on/off sequence, the new
detector’s
RED

LED will fade on/off every 3
seconds as it searches for the network.



A fast
GREEN
LED flickering, followed by a slow
GREEN
LED fading on/off confirms the new
detector has found and joined the existing wireless
interconnection network.

5.
Wait fifteen (15) minutes for the network setup to
timeout, OR to immediately close the network, push
and hold the test button on any device enrolled in the
network until two beeps are heard (approximately 4
seconds), and then release the button.



GREEN
LED flashes once every 60 seconds on the
new detector to indicate
normal operation.

6.
After selecting the proper location for your detector,
attach the mounting bracket to the wall or ceiling. To
ensure aesthetic alignment of the detector with the
hallway, or wall, the “A” line on the mounting bracket
must be parallel
with the hallway when ceiling mounted
or horizontal when wall mounted.



Install the detector fully on the mounting bracket
(trim plate) by rotating the detector in a clockwise
direction.

Note:

The detector will mount to the bracket in four positions
(every
90 degrees).

7.
The detector is now activated. After installation /
activation, test your detector as described in Operation
and Testing section.

Resetting a Detector’s Wireless
Interconnect Settings

If you experience a delay or problem during wireless
interconnection setup, you might need to start over as if the
detector is first removed from its packaging. Also, this “out
-
of-box” mode can be used to attempt to reset/clear a
network error condition.

Note:

The magnetic switch is disabled when network is
open and
GREEN
LED is glowing on/off. The magnetic switch is also
disabled when the detector is in “out
-of-box” mode and has
not been enrolled in the network. Press and hold Test/Hush
button for 4 seconds to close network before attempting to
reset device
to the “out
-of-box” mode.

1.
Place and hold a magnet for 4 seconds on the cover at
the designated location per Figure 6
. The detector will
chirp once when the magnet is detected, then the
detector will chirp twice and the button will start flashing
the
RE
D
LED rapidly to indicate System Test Mode has
been entered.

Figure 6:

Magnet Placement Location


2.
Press and hold the Test/Hush button for approximately
8 seconds while the
RED

LED is rapidly flashing. After 4
seconds, two beeps will occur (do not release the
but
ton). After 8 seconds, three beeps will occur. The
button can now be released.

3.
Observe two cycles of
RED

LED on/off, one cycle of
GREEN
LED on/off.

4.
The
RED

LED will begin fading on/off every 3 seconds.

5.
If no further steps are taken within 15 minutes of
resetting the detector to “Out
-of-Box” mode, the
interconnect function will turn off. The detector will then
perform as a single station detector.
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Enrolling a
Detector
with
a Panel

The following section provides a general guideline for
programming (enrolling) the detector into control panel
memory. Refer to the panel documentation for complete
programming details. This model requires enrolling with a
panel as two (2) separate devices.

1.
Set the control panel to the installer programming
mode.

2.
When requested to broadcast a signal from the detector
to the panel, remove the detector from the mounting
bracket (trim plate). A tamper message will be
transmitted for smoke and freeze devices.

3.
After waiting approximately 1 minute, reinstall
the
detector on the mounting bracket (trim plate). The
detector will start chirping once every 30 seconds if not
re-installed on the trim plate after 3 minutes.

4.
Exit installer programming mode on the panel.

Note
:
Each enrollment type (
Smoke, Freeze) is
programmed with a
unique TX ID when manufactured. Labels included on the
outside and inside of the packaging provide these IDs. The
unique ID is enrolled
into the control panel at the time of
installation. Use these IDs where appropriate in the specific
panel being used enrollment instructions.

Verify
Programming and D
etector
-to-panel
Communication
Before mounting, verify that the desired detector location
provides good RF communication to the panel.

To verify programming a
nd
RF c
ommunication
:
1.
Put the panel into Dealer Sensor Test mode (refer to the
specific panel installation instructions)
.
2.
Take the detector to the desired mounting location.

3.
Press and release the Test button. A quick beep will
confirm the button has been pushed.

4.
Listen for the appropriate response from system sirens
to determine signal integrity from the detector to the
panel (refer to the specific panel installation
instructions)
.
5.
Exit from Dealer Sensor Test mode.

Operation and Testing
Operation

The detector is operating on
ce it is activated and testing is
complete. When products of combustion (smoke) are
sensed, the detector
sounds a loud 85dB alarm. See s
ection
“Smoke Alarm: What t
o do when the Alarm Sounds
” and

section
“Carbon Monoxide Alarm: What to do when the
Alarm Sounds
” for alarm signal descriptions.

Testing (push To Test button)

Test your detector weekly by pressing and releasing the test
button quickly. A quick beep will confirm the button has been
pushed.

See
“Other Detector visual and Audible Indicators
” table.
The alarm will sound if the electronic circuitry, horn, and
battery are working. If the alarm does not sound, the
detector must be replaced. Erratic or low volume sound (or
no sound) coming from your detector may indicate a
defective detector and it should be returned for service. See
“Permanently Disable Detector / Discharge Battery
” section
to d
etermine how to prepare the unit for shipment or
disposal.

To test all detectors connected in the same network start
System Test mode by placing a magnet in the location
shown in Figure 6:
Magnet Placement Location
and holding
it for four seconds until the detector chirps twice and the
RED

LED begins blinking rapidly, and then press and
release the Test/Hush button. All detectors will perform a
self
- test and will report their status to the panel.

WARNING:

DUE TO THE LOUDNESS (85+ DECIBELS) OF
THE ALARM, ALWAYS STAND ABOUT 2.5 FT
(0.7M) AWAY FROM THE DETECTOR OR USE
EAR PROTECTI
ON WHEN TESTING.

WARNING:

DO NOT USE AN OPEN FLAME TO TEST YOUR
DETECTOR. YOU COULD DAMAGE THE DETEC
TOR OR IGNITE COMBUSTIBLE MATERIALS AND
START A STRUCTURE FIRE.

Functional Smoke Test
The smoke test verifies that the detector activates when
detecting s
moke, that all interconnected devices also alarm,
that the transmitted signal is received by the receiver/panel,
and that the panel reports the alarm to the central monitoring
station. The smoke test should be performed annually. A
canned smoke testing age
nt must be used for the functional
smoke test
.
Note:

Use Interlogix brand of Smoke! In A Can part number SM
-
200.

1.
Wait at least 90 seconds after installation to test the
smoke detector.

2.
Make sure the
GREEN
LED is flashing for normal
operation (one
GREEN
LED blink every 60 seconds).

3.
From
a distance of 2'
– 4' (0.6
– 1.2
m), aim spray for 1
– 2 seconds at the side (bug screen) of the detector.

4.
The alarm will sound within 1
– 10 seconds if the
detector functions properly.
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5.
Press the Test/Hush button to quiet the sounder.
Note
:
Due to the high smoke concentration from the canned
smoke spray, it is possible that the detector will not silence
after a button push.

6.
Contact the central monitoring station to verify they
received the alarm report.

7.
Alert the central monitoring station when you are
finished testing.

Note:

An alternative method for performing a functional smoke test
in the field is to hold a smoldering punk or cotton wick close
to the detector and direct the smoke into the vent openi
ngs
until an alarm is indicated.

Ambient Light Sensing

This detector samples the ambient light conditions of its
location and, if possible, determines a Night/Day cycle. A
valid Night/Day cycle will delay detector chirps during the
night until the next Day
cycle begins.

When chirping begins during the next Day cycle, you can
temporarily silence End of Detector Life or Net
- work Error
chirps by pressing the Test/Hush button. Low Battery chirps
cannot be silenced.

If a valid Night / Day cycle has not been
established because
the detector is located in either a constantly dark or lighted
location, the chirps mentioned above will not be delayed at
night. Moving the detector to a different location might allow
the detector to determine a valid Night / Day cycl
e.
WARNING:

REPLACE DETECTOR AS SOON AS POSSIBLE
WHEN IN END OF DETECTOR LIFE OR LOW
BATTERY MODE.

Recognizing Nuisance Alarms

Smart
HUSH
®
Control and Locate F
eature

Smoke
Nuisance

HUSH
®

If you know why the alarm is sounding, and you can verify
that it is not a life threatening situation, you can push the
button on the initiating detector (
GREEN
LED flashing every
second, interrupted by T3
RED

LED alarm pattern) to silence
the alarm for 8-
10 minutes. If the smoke is not too dense,
that detector, and all interconnected detectors will silence.
After the HUSH
®
period, the smoke detector will
automatically reset and sound the alarm if particles of
combustion are still present. You can use HUSH
®
repeatedly
until the air has been cleared of the condition causing the
alarm.

Note:
Dense smoke will override HUSH
®
and sound a continuous
alarm. If no fire is present, check to see if one of the reasons
listed in “
Locations to Avoid” may have caused the alarm. If
a fire is discovered, get out of the building and call the fire
department.

This detector is designed to minimize nuisance alarms.
Cigarette smoke will not normally cause the detector to
alarm, unless the smoke is blown di
rectly into the detector.
Combustion particles from cooking may set off the alarm if it
is located too close to a cooking appliance. Large quantities
of combustible particles are generated from spills or when
broiling. Using the fan on a range hood which v
ents to the
outside (non-recirculating type) will also help prevent
nuisance alarms from occurring by removing these
combustible products from the kitchen.

Locate

In an interconnected system (all detectors will be alarming
together) a detector that detects
smoke or CO and initiates
an alarm is called the “initiating alarm detector.” Initiating
alarm detectors will be flashing the
GREEN
LED every
second during alarm (interrupted by the T3
RED

LED alarm
pattern). Depending on detector locations, and the locat
ion
of the source of smoke or CO, it is possible to have more
than one initiating detector. If you suspect a nuisance alarm
situation, you can use LOCATE feature to help you locate
the initiating alarm detector(s) in a wireless alarm
interconnect system. P
ush the button on any non-initiating
wireless detector, and ALL wireless detectors EXCEPT the
initiating alarm detector(s) will silence for two minutes. You
can use the LOCATE feature repeatedly until you find the
initiating alarm detector(s), or the air has been cleared of the
condition causing the alarm.

Note:

HUSH
®
and Locate features are dependent on the type of
models enrolled in the wireless interconnect system. Non-
wireless models cannot be enrolled in the wireless
interconnect system and therefore c
annot receive the
wireless Locate feature; they will continue to alarm until the
initiating detector is Hushed or the Smoke/CO condition
clears.

WARNING:

THIS UNIT DOES NOT DETECT CO, BUT IT WILL
TRANSMIT A CO ALARM SIGNAL FROM AN
INTERCONNECTED CO OR SMOKE /CO
COMBINATION DETECTOR. The
LOCATE
feature
can be used for CO alarm events also, but it is
impossible to determine the source of a CO alarm
using sight or smell. Always consider a CO alarm
event as dangerous.
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Battery

Note:

This detector is powered by non-
replaceable, sealed lithium
batteries. No battery installation or replacement is necessary
for the life of the detector.

Note:

Constant exposure to hi
gh or low humidity or temperatures
may reduce battery life.

WARNING:

DO NOT ATTEMPT TO OPEN THE DETECTOR
FOR ANY REASON! DO NOT TRY TO REPAIR THE
DETECTOR YOURSELF. NO SERVICEABLE
PARTS INCLUDED.

CAUTION:

THE BATTERY USED IN THIS DEVICE MAY
PRESENT A FIRE OR CHEMICAL BURN
HAZARD IF MISTREATED. DO NOT
RECHARGE, DISASSEMBLE, AND
HEAT
ABOVE 100°C (212°F) OR DISPOSE OF IN
FIRE.

Low B
attery

This detector is equipped with a low battery monitor circuit. If
the bat
tery capacity can no longer provide adequate power
for all alarm functions, the low battery condition will occur.
See
“Troubleshooting Guide”.

The detector battery must be discharged and the detector
must be replaced within 7 days of the first occurrence of the
“Low Battery Warning” to provide continuous detector
protection. Reference the “Permanently Disable Detector /
Discharge Battery” section below for battery di
scharging
instructions.

Permanently Disable Detector / Discharge
Battery

WARNING:

DISCHARGING THE DETECTOR BATTERY IS
PERMANENT. ONCE THE DETECTOR BATTERY
HAS BEEN PLACED IN DISCHARGE MODE, IT
CANNOT BE REACTIVATED!



Once discharged, the detector will NO LONGER
DETECT SMOKE.



Once the detector battery is discharged, the battery is
depleted and the DETECTOR will no longer
be able to
function.



Once the detector battery has been discharged, the
detector cannot be mounted onto the mounting plate or
reactivated.

WARNING:

FAILURE TO DISCHARGE DETECTOR BATTERY
AS INSTRUCTED PRIOR TO DISPOSAL MAY
CREATE POTENTIAL FOR LITHIUM BATTERY
RELATED FIRE OR HAZARD.

CAUTION:

DO NOT DISASSEMBLE AND DO NOT
DISPOSE OF IN FIRE.

To permanently disable detector / discharge battery
:
Figure 7:

Disable Detector / Discharge Battery (Break
Tab)




Rotate the detector counterclockwise to remove it from
the mounting plate.



Push in the dashed area with a screwdriver to break tab
(Figure 7).

Figure 8:

Disable Detecto
r / Discharge Battery
(Broken Tab)




After the tab is broken, use the screwdriver to turn the
red slotted arrow to the “Permanently Disable Detector /
Discharge Battery
” location. This will disable the
detector, stop the low battery or end of unit life “chirps”
and render the detector safe for disposal by draining the
battery (Figure 8).
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Cleaning
Detector

Detector should be cleaned at least ONCE
a year

You can clean the detector by using a vacuum cleaner hose
and vacuuming through the openings around the perimeter
of the detector. The outsi
de of the detector can be wiped
with a damp cloth. Use only water to dampen the cloth, use
of detergents or cleaners could damage the detector.

If the detector is in fault mode and the
AMBER
LED is
blinking a fault code of 2, 3, 8, or 9 flashes (after a
Test/Hush button push and the temporal test sequence), the
detector may be in need of cleaning. After cleaning, press
the Test/Hush button. If the fault does not clear, the detector
needs to be replaced. The clean-me signal will also be sent
to the panel w
hen the sensitivity level becomes too high.



Never use detergent or other solvents to clean the
detector.



Avoid spraying air freshener, hair spray, or other
aerosols near the detector.



Do not paint the detector. Paint will seal the vents and
interfere with the sensor’s ability to detect smoke.



Never attempt to disassemble the detector to clean
inside. This action will void your warranty.

Storing the detector in a plastic bag during any of the above
projects will protect the sensors from damage. When
househol
d cleaning supplies or similar contaminates are
used, the area must be well ventilated.

WARNING:

REINSTALL THE DETECTOR AS SOON AS
POSSIBLE TO ASSURE CONTINUOUS
PROTECTION.

Good Safety Habits

Develop and p
ractice a p
lan of
escape

Practice the following st
eps to prepare you and your family in
the event of a fire:



Perform fire drills regularly. Use them to assure
recognition of an alarm signal.



Draw a floor plan and show two exits from each room. It
is important that children be instructed carefully,
because
they tend to hide in times of crisis.



Establish one meeting place outside the home. Insist
that everyone meet there during an alarm. This will
eliminate the tragedy of someone reentering the house
for a missing member who is actually safe.



If you have children or physically challenged people
residing in your household, use window decals to help
emergency personnel identify the sleeping quarters of
these individuals.

Current studies have shown smoke alarms may not awaken
all sleeping individuals, and that it is the responsibility of
individuals in the household that are capable of assisting
others to provide assistance to those who may not
be
awakened by the alarm sound, or to those who may be
incapable of safely evacuating the area unassisted.

Install and maintain fire extinguishers on every level of the
home and in the kitchen, basement and garage. Know how
to use a fire extinguisher prior to an emergency.

Fire warning systems for dwelling units are capable of
protecting about half of the occupants in potentially fatal
fires. Victims are often intimate with the fire, too old or
young, or physically or mentally impaired such that they
cannot escape even when warned early enough that escape
should be possible. For t
hese people;
other strategies such
as protection-in
-place or assisted escape or rescue are
necessary.

Fire Prevention

Never smoke in bed, or leave cooking food unattended.
Teach children never to play with matches or lighters! Train
everyone in the home to recognize the smoke alarm pattern
and to leave the home using their escape plan when it’s
heard. Know how to do “Stop, Drop and Roll” if clothes catch
on fire, and how to crawl low under smoke. Install and
maintain fire extinguishers on every level of the home and in
the kitchen, basement and garage; NFPA (National Fire
Protection Association).

Fire Safety in the Home:
NFPA 72 is intended to provide
reasonable safety for persons in family living
units.
Reasonable fire safety can be produced through the
following three-
point program: (1) Minimizing fire hazards (2)
Providing fire-warning equipment (3) Having and practicing
an escape plan.

The National Fire Protection Association’s
Standard 72, reads
as follows:

Where required by other governing laws, codes, or
standards for a specific type of occupancy, approved single
and multiple-station smoke alarms shall be installed as
follows:



(1)
In all sleeping rooms and guest rooms.



(2)
Outside of each separa
te dwelling unit sleeping
area, within 21'
(6.4 m) of any door to a sleeping room,
with the distance measured along a path of travel.
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(3)
On every level of a dwelling unit, including
basements.



(4)
On every level of a residential board and care
occupancy
(small facility), including basements and
excluding crawl spaces and unfinished attics.



(5)
In the living area(s) of a guest suite.



(6)
In the living area(s) of a residential board and care
occupancy (small facility).

Smoke Detection –
Are more smoke detectors
desirable?

The required number of smoke detectors might not provide
reliable early warning protection for those areas separated
by a door from the areas protected by the required smoke
alarms. For this reason, it is recommended that the
householder consider the use of additional smoke detectors
for those areas for increased protection. The additional
areas include the basement, bedrooms, dining room, furnace
room, utility room, and hallways not protected by the
required smoke detectors. The installatio
n of smoke
detectors in attics (finished or unfinished), garages, or within
6' of a heating or cooking appliance is not normally
recommended, as these locations occasionally experience
conditions that can result in improper operation.

California State Fire
Marshall

Early warning fire detection is best achieved by the
installation of fire detection equipment in all rooms and areas
of the household as follows: A smoke detector installed in
each separate sleeping area (in the vicinity, but outside the
bedrooms
), heat or smoke detectors in the living rooms,
dining rooms, bedrooms, kitchens, hallways, attics, furnace
rooms, closets, utility and storage rooms, basements and
attached garages.

Regulatory Information
FCC

FCC ID:

SAK25609702

IC:
7145A
-25609702

This
device complies with FCC Part 15
and Industry Canada license exempt
RSS standard(s). Operation is subject to
the following 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.

Le présent appareil est conforme aux
CNR d’Industrie Canada applicables aux
appareils radio exempts de licence.
L’exploitation est autorisée aux deux
conditions suivantes: (1) l’appareil ne
doit pas prod
uire de brouillage, et (2)
l’utilisateur de l’appareil doit accepter tout
brouillage radioélectrique subi, même si
le brouillage est susceptible d’en
compromettre le fonctionnement.

RF
Exposure

All transmitters regulated by IC must
comply with RF exposur
e requirements
listed in RSS
-102
- Radio Frequency
(RF) Exposure Compliance of Radio-
communication Apparatus (All Frequency
Bands). Currently this device is approved
for use for when 20cm can be maintained
between the antenna and users. Specific
Absorption
Rate (SAR) evaluation is
required if the separation distance
between the user and/or bystander and
the antenna and/or radiating element of
the device is less than or equal to 20 cm.
Exceptions are listed in RSS
-102. Note
that integration


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