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Interlogix TX-E721 - Wireless Pet Immune PIR Motion Detector
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TX
-
E
721 Fresnel Lens Pet Immune PIR
Description

This is the Installation Sheet for
the TX
-
E
721 Fresnel Lens Pet Immune PIR


A
motion sensor (passive
-
infrared or PIR) detects movement within a
specific area by sensing the infrared energy emitted from a body as it
moves across the sensor’s field of view. When this motion is detected, the
sensor transmits an alarm signal to the cont
rol panel.

Figure

1
:
Pet Immune
SAW PIR Motion Sensors


Use these motion sensors to protect locations where door/window sensors
are impractical or not needed. For example, use a motion sensor to protect
large areas or open floor plans. Motion sensors also

provide backup
protection for door/window sensors.

The Pet Immune
TX
-
E
721

utilizes advanced signal
processing,

a new
custom designed lens, and a new custom designed sensing element. The
combination of these improvements provides false alarm immunity for p
ets
with a combined weight of up to 40 pounds while still providing superior
human catch performance.

These wireless motion sensors include the following features:



35 by 40 ft.
(10.6 m by 12 m)
coverage area.



Three minute transmitter lockout time after

an alarm that helps extend
battery life.



Cover
-
activated tamper




Supervisory signals transmitted every 64 minutes to the control panel.



Sensor low battery reports (trouble) to the control panel.



Field
-
selectable sensitivity options.

Installation

Installation
G
uidelines



Temporarily
place the sensor in its intended mounting location.
Program and final test the sensor before permanently mounting it.



If possible, locate sensors within 100 ft.

(30.5 m)

of the panel. While a
transmitter may have a r
ange of 500 ft.

(152 m)

or more out in the
open, the environment at the installation site can have a significant
effect on transmitter range. Sometimes a change in sensor location
can help overcome adverse wireless conditions.



The recommended mounting he
ight is 7 1/2 ft.



Position the sensor to protect an area where an intruder would be most
likely to walk across the detection pattern
See Figure
2
.

Figure

2
: Overhead
D
etection
P
ath




Mount the motion sensor on a rigid surface which is free from
vibrations.



Do not mount the sensor near duct work or other large metallic
surfaces which may affect the RF signals (see RF Testing). Actual
acceptable transmitter range should be verified for each installation.



Mount the sensor permanently on a flat w
all or in a corner. Do not set it
on a shelf.



Windows should be closed in any area which has an armed motion
sensor.



The sensor must be incline
-
mounted at a mounting height of 7.5 ft. See
Figure
3
.

Figure 3
: Wall Mount Options




Room temperature must

be kept between 60
°

and 120°F

(16° and 49°
C)
.



Position the sensor so it faces a solid reference point, like a wall.

Programming

Refer to the panel documentation for information on programming the
sensor into the panel.

To Trip the Sensor

1
.

Set the panel to program mode.

2.

Proceed to the Learn Sensors menu.

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TX
-
E721
PET Immune
PIR
Motion Detector

Installation Sheet

3.

Remove the PIR from its mounting plate

(
activating the tamper switch
)
.

4.

Select the appropriate sensor group and number.

5
.

Exit the panel’s programming mode.

6
.

Return the PIR to its mounting plate.

Final Testing

Final testing should be done to verify radio signal integrity and confirm
control panel programming and response. The actual transmitter range can
be determined by performing a sensor test as follows:

1
.

With the PIR temporarily mounted at its intended location,
remove
the
PIR

from its mounting plate and activate the tamper switch to start the
walk test mode.

2
.

Replace the sensor in its mounting plate.

3
.

Place the control panel in
Sensor
test mode
.

Move across the
detection pattern until the sensor’s LED turns on. STOP your motion.

4
.

Listen for the appropriate system response.
Refer to the specific panel
installation manual for details on
system response.
If the system does
not respond

as expected
, proceed to the

Troubleshooting


section.

Mounting

The sensors must be incline
-
mounted on a wall surface or incline
-
mounted
in a corner at a mounting height of 7.5 ft. (2.5 m).

To
M
ount the
S
ensor

1
.

Remove the mounting plate by depressing the button on the top of the
sensor body. With the opposite hand pull the mounting plate away from
the body of the sensor.

2

Punch out the mounting holes that best fit your application. See Figure
3

for wall mount options.

3.

See Figure 4 to determine which knockouts to use when mounting the
motion sensor. Use the
outside 4 holes for corner mounting
, or
the
inside 4

holes for su
rface mounting.

Figure

4
: PIR
M
ounting
P
late
K
nockouts


4
.

Mark the location of the required holes on the mounting surface.

5
.

Use wall anchors and screws to secure into place. Attach the sensor to
the mounting plate.

6
.

When testing is completed the PIR
can be securely attached to its
mounting plate by screwing the smallest enclosed screw into the hole
at the top of the mounting plate.

Setting the
S
ensitivity

The PIR has two sensitivity settings (standard and high sensitivity). The
sensor is set to standa
rd sensitivity at the factory. This sensitivity is
preferred for most applications and provides the best immunity to false
alarms.

Note
: If the shorting jumper is not used or is placed incorrectly, the sensor
defaults to standard sensitivity.

Figure
5
: Sen
sitivity
P
in
L
ocations


CAUTION
: High sensitivity should only be used in environments where
the

room temperature is very stable.


A
TTENTION
: La haute sensibilité ne doit être utilisée que dans des
environnements où la température ambiante est très stable

1
.

Remove the mounting plate by depressing the button on the top of the
sensor body. With the opposite hand pull the mounting plate away from
the body of the sensor.

2
.

Locate the sensitivity pins
directly above the battery when looking
at
the back of the PIR

3
.

To change to high sensitivity
,

move the shorting jumper to the pair of
pins that are

closer to the left side of the PIR

4
.

Walk test the PIR to verify the sensitivity.

The difference between the two settings are indicated
in
Figures 6 and
7.
below.


Figure
6
: Standard Sensitivity Setting


Figure
7
: High Sensitivity Setting

TX
-
E721
PET Immune PIR Motion Detector Installation
Sheet


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Important
i
nformation
R
egarding
S
ensitivity
S
etting
s

The se
nsitivity settings should be set as followed:


Standard Sense:



Rooms

< 25ft



Pets

<
40 pounds

High Sense:



Rooms

< 3
5ft



Pets

<
2
0 pounds

Testing

Walk
T
esting

Walk testing should be done to determine the sensor’s actual coverage
area. The edge of the coverage pattern is determined by the first flash of the
LED. This may change slightly depending
upon the sensitivity setting. Walk
test the unit from both directions to determine the pattern boundaries.

CAUTION
: Excessive use of the walk test mode may reduce battery
life. Use only for initial setup and maintenance testing.


ATTENTION :
L'utilisation

excessive du mode test de marche peut
réduire la durée de vie de la batterie. Utiliser uniquement pour la
configuration initiale et les tests de maintenance.

1
.

Remove the sensor body from the mounted mounting plate

and then
remount the
body to activate the 60 second walk test mode.

2
.

Walk across the coverage pattern to determine the coverage area,
indicated by LED activation. Each activation extends the walk test
mode for an additional 60 seconds.

After 60 seconds withou
t motion the walk test mode and the LED will no
longer activate when motion is detected.

Note
: When the walk test mode has ended, an alarm can be transmitted
only after 3 minutes have passed since the previous alarm. This 3 minute
lockout time reduces
unnecessary RF transmissions in high traffic areas
thereby extending battery life.

Environment
T
esting

Turn on all heating or air conditioning sources which would normally be
active during the protection period. Stand away from the sensor and outside
the c
overage pattern and watch for alarms. When testing the Pet Immune
PIR also verify the pets allowed in the coverage pattern do not trip the PIR.

Maintenance

At least once a year, the range and coverage should be verified for proper
operation. The end user s
hould be instructed to put the sensor in walk test
mode and walk through the far end of the coverage pattern to verify proper
detection.

Replacing
the
Batter
y

When the system indicates the sensor has
a low battery, replace the battery

immediately.

1.

Remo
ve the mounting plate by depressing the button on the top of the
sensor body. With the opposite hand pull the mounting plate away from
the body of the sensor.

See Figure 8.

2
.

Remove the

old battery

and

replace with new battery

(CR123A)

Note:

Observe polar
ity when replacing the ba
ttery
.
The battery should
be inserted with the negative end closest to the left side of the PIR
when viewing it from the back. The positive end of the battery should
be closest to the right side
. See Figure 8.

If
a battery is installed incorrectly the unit will not function and
the red LED will not light up.
The sensor may be damaged if

a
battery is i
nstalled incorrectly.


3
.

Dispose of the battery

as required by local requirements

4
.

Walk test the PIR to verify
proper operation.


Note:

When the battery is replaced, wait at least three minutes after
installing the battery before activating the walk test mode.

Figure
8
: PIR Components, Battery Locations & Tamper Switch


Troubleshooting

Use the following guideline
s if the system does not respond correctly when
the sensor
final testing
is
conducted
.



Check programming and re
-
program sensor into panel if necessary.



Move the sensor to another location and test for correct response.



Check the mounting height and a
ngle are according to “Mounting”
section.

To
R
elocate a
S
ensor

1
.

Test the sensor a few inches from the original position.

2
.

Increase the distance from the original position and retest until an
acceptable location is
found.

3
.

Mount the sensor in the new location.

4
.

If no location is acceptable, test the sensor as described below:



Test a known good sensor at the same location.



If the system does not respond, avoid mounting a sensor
at that
location.



If the replacement sensor functions, return the problem sensor for
repair or replacement.

Specifications

TX
-
E
721

RF Frequency

319.
5

MHz

Compatibility

Interlogix 319.5 MHz control panels/receivers

Battery Type

CR123A

Typical Battery
Life

Up to 5

years at 68° F (20° C)

Operating
Temperature
R
ange

32° to 110°F (0° to 43°C) Non
-
pet
applications

60° to 110°F (16° to 43°C) Pet applications

Supervisory Interval

64 Minutes

Relative Humidity

0


90% non
-
condensing

Storage Temperature
Range

-
30 to 140°F (
-
34 to 60°C)



Dimensions

(L x W x H)

2.5 in x 2.1 in x 3.0

in
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-
E721
PET Immune
PIR
Motion Detector

Installation Sheet

FCC Compliance 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.

T
his 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 occu
r 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
-
exem
pt 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.


Cet appareil e
st 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 celle
s pouvant causer un mauvais fonctionnement de l'appareil.


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


Conformément aux exigences d'Industrie Canada en matière d'exposition humaine aux champs de radiofréquences,
l'élément rayonnant doit être installé de telle sorte qu'une distance minimale de 20 cm soit maintenue par rapport à la
population

générale.


FCC: XQC
-
TXE721

IC: 9863B
-
TXE721


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.


Contact information


For contact information, visit us online at
www.interlogix.com.

For technical support, see
www.interlogix.com/support


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