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FTN-RRHW
Honeywell 5800 Series Compatible
59-2624-0
6/13/2017
INS
TALL
ATION INSTRUCTION
S
WIRELESS OUTDOOR
DETECTOR
- 1 -
1 INTRODUCTION
1-1 BEFORE INSTALLATION .................. 2
1-2 ZONE CONFIGURATION .................. 3
1-3 PARTS IDENTIFICATION.................. 3
1-4 DETECTION AREA ............................ 4
2 INSTALLATION
2-1 WIRING DIAGRAM ............................ 4
2-2 ENROLLING TO PANEL.................... 5
2-3 MOUNTING........................................ 9
3 WALK TEST
3-1 WALK TEST ..................................... 12
4 DIP SWITCH SETTING
4-1 WALK TEST MODE ......................... 12
4-2 BATTERY SAVING TIMER .............. 13
4-3 ALARM & TROUBLE OUTPUT........ 13
4-4 LED .................................................. 13
4-5 PIR SENSITIVITY ............................ 13
5 OTHERS
5-1 LED LIGHT PATTERN ..................... 14
6 BATTERY
6-1 HOW TO REPLACE BATTERY ....... 15
6-2 BATTERY LIFE ................................ 15
7 SPECIFICATIONS
7-1 SPECIFICATIONS ........................... 16
7-2 DIMENSIONS................................... 16
FEATURES
• Narrow Angle Detection
• Detection Range Adjustability (2m / 5m)
• Intelligent ‘AND’ logic
• Horizontal Adjustability
• Tamper Output
WIRELESS OUTDOOR
DETECTOR
FTN-RRHW/FTN-RRIX
FTN-RR2G/FTN-RRDS
FTN-RRIX
Interlogix 319.5MHz Compatible
FTN-RR2G
2GIG Compatible
FTN-RRDS
DSC 433MHz Compatible
FTN-RRHW/FTN-RRIX
FTN-RR2G/FTN-RRDS
CONTENTS
Product is not produced by, endorsed by, nor is officially associated with Honeywell, Interlogix, 2GIG, QOLSYS or DSC.
FCC NOTICE
This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC rules. Operation is
subject to the following two conditions:
(1) This device may not cause harmful interference.
(2) This device must accept any interference that may be received,
including interference that may cause undesired operation.
Changes or modifications not expressly approved by the
Resolution Products, Inc. could void the user’s authority to operate
this equipment.
IC NOTICE
This device complies with 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 produire 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.
“Honeywell”, “2GIG”, “Interlogix”, “DSC” are trademarks owned by
Honeywell International, Inc, Nortek Security & Control LLC, United
Technologies Corporation, and Tyco Safety Products Canada LTD,
respectively.
OPTEX Inc. products will function with one of either Honeywell,
2GIG, Interlogix, or DSC systems. However, no OPTEX Inc.
product is produced by, endorsed by, nor is officially associated
with Honeywell, 2GIG, Interlogix, DSC.
OPTEX Inc. recommends verifying proper enrollment and
operation, per control panel installation instructions, at installation.
Install in accordance with the Standard for Installation and
Classification of Burglar and Holdup Alarm Systems, UL 681. 1
INTRODUCTION
1-1
Warning
Failure to follow the instructions provided with this indication and improper
handling may cause death or serious injur
y.
Caution
Failure to follow the instructions provided with this indication and improper
handling may cause injury and/or property damage.
The check
mark indicates recommendation.
The nix
sign indicates prohibition.
Warning/
Avertissement
Caution/
Attention
Do not remove the PCB.
Mounting height.
Keep the detector parallel to the ground.
Consider the direction a person is
approaching from, as well as the
detection area.
Install the detector in a place where it is free from false alarm factors. For example:
• Direct Sunlight and reflection




Heat source
Objects moving in the wind
0.8 – 1.2 m
(2'7
" – 3'11")
Parallel
Tilt
Ne pas incliner
- 2 -
Do not touch the PCB except for the
DIP switch.
BEFORE INSTALLATION
Le signe de coche indique une recommandation.
Le signe de négation indique une interdiction.
Le non respect des instructions données avec ce signe et une mauvaise
manipulation peuvent causer la mort ou des blessures graves.
Le non respect des instructions données avec ce signe et une mauvaise
manipulation peuvent causer des blessures et/ou des dommages aux biens.
Avertissement
Attention
• Lumière solaire et réflexion
Source de chaleur
Objets bougeant au vent
Ne pas enlever le PCB.
Ne pas toucher le
PCB sauf les
interrupteurs DIP.
Hauteur de montage.
Parallèle
Maintenir le détecteur parallèle au sol.
Tenir compte de la direction d’approche
d’une personne de même que de la
zone de détection.
Installer le détecteur dans un emplacement ne présentant pas de cause de fausses alarmes. Par exemple : Main unit
Bracket
Main unit
cover
Fixture
Screw kit
For wall mounting
Screw (3 × 20 mm)
- 3 -
Screw
Screw
Lens
Screw cap
Mounting base
Transmitter
compartment

Note>>
Accessories>>
FCC ID
FTN-RRHW: U5X-RE201X
FTN-RR2G: U5X-RE201X
FTN-RRIX: U5X-RE101X
FTN-RRDS: U5X-RE301
IC ID
FTN-RRHW: 8310A-RE201
FTN-RR2G: 8310A-RE201
FTN-RRIX: 8310A-RE101
FTN-RRDS: 8310A-RE301
1-2
ZONE CONFIGURATION SUGGESTIONS
1-3
PARTS IDENTIFICATION
Front Porch;
Backyard Carport;
Gate Entrance;
Deck
Crawl Space;
Basement;
Storage Shed;
Garage or
Sliding Glass Door;
Screened in Porch;
Sunroom
Driveway;
Sidewalk;
Public Areas
No
No
No
No
No
Yes
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
Instant
Alarm
Entry
delay 2
No
No
Instant
Alarm
Entry
delay 2
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
Toggle
On or Off
On during
disarm
On during
disarm
Toggle
On or Off
Location
Panel
Event
Chime
Alarm Output
Report to CMS
Disarm
Away
Stay
Alarm
Trouble
Set up “FITLINK” according to location as desired. Below are zone configurations for typical location types. - 4 -
2
INSTALLATION
B
GND
A
Bracket
Main unit
Transmitter
- Overall wiring diagram
Note>>
• The battery in the transmitter is shared with the detector.
• Connection for TROUBLE is used when monitoring for Tamper.
2-1
WIRING DIAGRAM
Red: Power input (+)
Black: Power input (-)
White: Alarm
Yellow: Alarm
Green: Tamper
Blue: Tamper
Red
Black
White
Yellow
Green
Blue
0.8
0
(m)
1.0
1.2
1
0
2
3
4
5
(m)
0.8
0
(m)
1.0
1.2
1
0
2
3
4
5
(m)
0
1
0
234
5
1
1
1
2
3
4
5
(m)
(m)
2
4
5
3
Top view
Side view
2 m detection length
5 m detection length
Adjustable range: 95° (by 5° pitch)
Adjustable range: 95° (by 5° pitch)
1-4
DETECTION AREA - 5 -
2-2
ENROLLING TO CONTROL PANEL
Front Porch; Backyard Carport;
Gate Entrance; Deck
Crawl Space; Basement;
Storage Shed
Garage or Sliding Glass Door;
Screened in Porch; Sunroom
Driveway; Sidewalk;
Public Areas
Location
Response Type
Alarm Report
Silent Burglary
Perimeter
Entry Exit 2
Silent Burglary
No
Yes
Yes
No
Enrolling to Honeywell LYNX Touch L5210/L7000 Series
1. Place the panel into wireless enrollment mode and then trip the tamper three times.
2. Set “Loop Number” to 1.
3. Set “Device type” to “Other”.
4. Set “Response Type” and “Alarm Report” according to following table.
5. Set “Chime” to your preferred type.
6. Set “Supervision” to “Supervised”.
Front Porch; Backyard Carport;
Gate Entrance; Deck
Crawl Space; Basement;
Storage Shed
Garage or Sliding Glass Door;
Screened in Porch; Sunroom
Driveway; Sidewalk;
Public Areas
Location
Zone Type
Report Codes
Type 24
Silent Burglary
Type 03
Perimeter Burglary
Type 02
Entry Exit 2
Type 24
Silent Burglary
00
00
Other than 00
Other than 00
Enrolling to Honeywell Residential Vista Panels
1. While in program mode, press *56 to enter Zone Programming Menu Mode.
2. Select 0 or 1 to determine if you will “confirm” the sensor after learning it.
3. Enter the zone number that you wish to program (or 00 to exit zone programming). Press [*] to continue.
4. A summary display appears, press [*] to continue.
5. Enter “Zone Type” according to table.
6. Enter “Partition No.”
7. Enter “Report codes” according to table.
8. Enter “Input Type” to “3” = RF (supervised RF transmitter).
9. Learn or input transmitters serial number. (To learn FITLINK, trip the tamper three times.)
10. Change “Loop Number” to 1. - 6 -
2-2
ENROLLING TO CONTROL PANEL
Front Porch; Backyard Carport;
Gate Entrance; Deck
Crawl Space; Basement;
Storage Shed
Garage or Sliding Glass Door;
Screened in Porch; Sunroom
Driveway; Sidewalk;
Public Areas
Location
Sensor Type
Sensor Reports
(23) No Response Type
(03) Perimeter
(02) Exit/Entry 2
(23) No Response Type
No
Yes
Yes
No
Enrolling to 2GIG GC2/GC3
1. Select “RF Sensor #” (01 to 48).
2. Select “Sensor Type” according the following table.
3. Select “Sensor Equipment Code” as “[0000] Other or [0609] Existing Motion Detector”.
4. Select “Sensor Other Equip code as “[0]” (this menu only appears if [0000] Other was selected in the
5. At the “Sensor Serial Number” menu, press shift, then press Learn, and then trip detector tamper switch.
6. Select “Equipment Age” as “New”.
7. Select “Loop Number ” as “Loop 1”.
8. Select “Dialer Delay” as “Enabled”.
9. Edit “Voice Descriptor” according to location.
10. Select “Sensor Reports” according to following table.
11. Select “Sensor Supervised” to “Enabled”.
12. Select the desired chime.
previous menu. - 7 -
2-2
ENROLLING TO CONTROL PANEL
Front Porch; Backyard Carport;
Gate Entrance; Deck
Crawl Space; Basement;
Storage Shed
Garage or Sliding Glass Door;
Screened in Porch; Sunroom
Driveway; Sidewalk;
Public Areas
Location
Zone Types
Zone Attributes
24-hour Non-Alarm
Instant
Delay 2
24-Hour Non-Alarm
Set “Chime” ON or OFF
Keep as defaults
Keep as defaults
Set “Chime” ON or OFF
Enrolling to DSC PowerSeries
1. Put control panel into learn sensor mode.
2. Push tamper switch to enroll FITLINK.
3. Press [*] key to confirm ID.
4. Enter [zone #].
5. Enter [zone type] according to the following table.
6. Press the tamper again to “Activate the Device for Test”.
7. Set “Zone Attributes” according to following table.
Enrolling to Qolsys IQ PANEL
1. Enter Settings Menu and select "Installation".
2. Select "Security Sensors" and then select "Auto Learn Sensor".
3. Trip the tamper to enroll within 2min.
4. Panel will chime and display the sensor's code. Select OK to confirm.
5. Set "Sensor Type" to "Motion".
6. Set "Sensor Name" to the correct name from the list.
7. Set "Chime Type" to your preferred type.
8. Set “Sensor Group” according to following table.
9. Select "Add New" to complete.
Front Porch; Backyard Carport;
Deck; Gate Entrance
Crawl Space; Basement;
Storage Shed
Garage or Sliding Glass Door;
Screened in Porch; Sunroom
Driveway; Sidewalk;
Public Areas
Location
Sensor Group
25: Safty Motion
17: Away - Instant
Motion
20: Away - Delay
Motion
25: Safety Motion - 8 -
2-2
ENROLLING TO CONTROL PANEL
Front Porch; Backyard Carport;
Gate Entrance; Deck
Crawl Space; Basement;
Storage Shed
Garage or Sliding Glass Door;
Screened in Porch; Sunroom
Driveway; Sidewalk;
Public Areas
Location
Sensor Type
25: Local special chime
13: Instant perimeter
10: Entry/exit delay
25: Local special chime
Front Porch; Backyard Carport;
Gate Entrance; Deck
Crawl Space; Basement;
Storage Shed
Garage or Sliding Glass Door;
Screened in Porch; Sunroom
Driveway; Sidewalk;
Public Areas
Location
Sensor Type
25: Local special chime
13: Instant perimeter
11: Supplementary
Extended Delay
25: Local special chime
Enrolling to Interlogix Simon XTi
1. Put control panel in learn sensor mode.
2. Push tamper switch to enroll FITLINK.
3. Enter “Sensor Number”
4. Select “Sensor group” according to following table.
5. Change “Sensor Name” of Item 1 to the correct name from the list.
6. Press save to save the changes.
Enrolling to Interlogix Concord 4/Concord Express
1. Put control panel in learn sensor mode.
2. Select partition.
3. Enter the sensor group according to following table.
4. Push tamper switch to enroll FITLINK.
5. Exit learn sensor mode
Enrolling to Interlogix AdvisorOne
1. From the Sensors screen, press LEARN RF.
2. Select the sensor group according to following table.
3. Push tamper switch to enroll FITLINK.
4. Press CLOSE.
5. Press EDIT to edit the options.
6. Select “Chime Mode” as desired.
7. Press SAVE and CLOSE. - 9 -
1
Remove the mounting base.
2
Open the knockout.
Mounting base
Joint screw
knockout
Joint screw
knockout
3
Mount the mounting base on the wall.
Note>>
• Transmitter needs to be enrolled to
reciever before installing the detector.
100 mm
Mounting height:
0.8 – 1.2 m
Screw (3 × 20 mm)
Screw (3 × 20 mm)
1
2
4
Attach the bracket and main section.
1
2
Note>>
• Be sure to set the screw cap after installing the mounting base.
5
Open the main unit cover
2
1
2-3
MOUNTING
Use this knockout screw hole to mount the
base, when making the wall tamper switch
effective. If the main unit is peeled off from
a wall, this plastic part will be cracked and
remain on a wall, activating the tamper
switch. - 10 -
Determine the horizontal detection
angle and attach the fixture.
Note>>
• T
o make adjustments, remove the fixture.
2
1
3
6
Notes>>

When the unit is mounted on the
corner to look ahead along the wall,
choose the guide-mark located on
the opposite side of the wall.
• When the unit is mounted on the
wall and the detection pattern is at
90 degrees, choose the correspond
-
ing engraved guide mark.

Align the detection area parallel to
the wall to reduce interference with
the wall.
Note>>
• Check that the fixture and
bracket engage correctly
. - 11 -
9
Attach the fixture.
Fixture
Note>>
• To prepare for walk test, check that
DIPswitch 1 (WALKTEST MODE) is
set to “ON (TEST)” before attaching
main unit cover.
Attach the main unit cover.
11
10
Perform walk test.
For details, refer to 3-1.
12
Note>>
After walk test is complete, set DIP
switch 1 (WALK TEST MODE) from
“ON” to “OFF”.
• The battery life will be shortened
unless the DIP switch 1 is set to
“OFF”.
8
Determine the detection length. (2 m or 5 m)
5 m detection length
(Factory default)
2 m detection length
Side view
0.8
0
(m)
1.0
1.2
1
0
2
3
4
5
(m)
0.8
0
(m)
1.0
1.2
1
0
2
3
4
5
(m)
Side view
If 2 m is required,
rot
ate the
lower
lens
180
degrees.

Note>>
• Do not remove the upper lens. - 12 -
3
ON
1
2
3
4
5
6

TEST
NORM
Position
Function
TEST
(Factory
default)
• The LED lights irrespective of the DI
P
switch 4 (LED) setting.
• The DIP switch 2 (BATTERY SAVING
TIMER) setting is inactive.
NORM
• The LED lights depending on the DI
P
switch 4 (LED) setting.
• The DIP
switch 2 (BA
TTER
Y SA
VING
TIMER) setting is active.
4
DIP
SWITCH SETTING
Do n
ot to uch
the
PCB
e xce
pt fo r
the DIP
sw
itc h.
ON
1234
5
6
●: Factorydefault

DIP
switch
1 W
ALK
TEST
MODE

2 BA
TTER
Y SA
VING
TIMER

3 ALARM &
TROUBLE OUTPUT


4 LED
5 PIR SENSITIVITY
6 N/A
Set the DIP switch 1 (WALK TEST MODE) to “OFF (NORM)”.
Notes>>
• The battery life will be shortened unl
ess
the DIP switch 1 is set to “OFF”.
• To use the LED in normal operating
condition, set the DIP switch 4 to “ON”.
ON
1
2
3
4
5
6
DIP switch
4-1
WALK TEST MODE
DIP
switch 1
1
Set the DIP
switch 1 (
WALK TEST
MODE) to “ON (TEST)”.
Note>>
• The switch is set to “ON (TEST)” by
factory default.
3
WALK TEST
2
Check that LED lights for 2 seconds
when the intended object is detected.
Not detected
Detected
ON
1
2
3
4
5
6
DIP
switch
3-1
WALK TEST - 13 -
ON
1
2
3
4
5
6
ON
OFF
Position
Function
ON
LED ON
OFF
(Factory
default)
LED OFF
Note>>
• If the LED lights, check the DIP
switch 1 (WALKTEST MODE)
setting.
4-4
LED
DIP
switch 4
ON
1
2
3
4
5
6
Position
Function
STD
(Factory
default)
Normal sensitivity
LOW
Low sensitivity
STD
LOW
Note>>
• The detector will not generate
alarms at intervals shorter
than the specified time.
ON
1
2
3
4
5
6

5S
120S
Position
Function
5S
5 sec.
120S
(Factory
default)
120 sec.
4-2
BA
TTER
Y SA
VING TIMER
DIP
switch 2
ON
1
2
3
4
5
6

N.O.
N.C.
Position
Function
N.O.
N.O. output
N.C.
(Factory
default)
N.C. output
4-3
ALARM
& TROUBLE
OUTPU
T
DIP
switch 3
4-5
PIR SENSITIVITY
DIP
switch 5 - 14 -
5
OTHERS
The following explains the LED light pattern.
Blink
Light
OFF
LED
r
o
t
a
c
i
d
n
i

D
E
L
n
o
i
t
i
d
n
o
c

r
o
t
c
e
t
e
D
Warm-up
Note>>
• The LED blinks even if the DI
P
switch 4 (LED) is set to “OFF”.
Blinks for approx. 120 seconds.
Alarm
Lights for 2 seconds.
5-1
LED LIGHT PATTERN 6
BATTERY
1
Remove the bracket and main
section.
2
Replace the battery.
1
2
3
Attach the bracket and main section.
1
2
Install a new battery.
CR123A (3 V, 1300 mAh)
150
500
Approx. 5 years
Approx. 2 years
Battery Life
Alarm trigger per day
The values indicated are only for reference on each condition.
6-1
HOW TO REPLACE BATTERY
6-2
BATTERY LIFE
The detector shares the battery with the transmitter.
- 15 -
The sensor will send low battery transmissions to the control panel. - 16 -
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2.66 (67.5)
6.94 (176.4)
These units are designed to detect an intru
der and activate an
alarm control panel.
Being only a part of a complete system, we cannot accept
responsibility for any damages or other consequences resulting
from an intrusion.
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SPECIFICATIONS
Detection method
Passive infrared
PIR coverage
16'5" × 3'3" (5 × 1m)
Detection length limit
6'7", 16'5" (2 m, 5 m)
Detection width
3'3" wide at 16'5" / 24" wide at 6'7"
Detectable speed
Sensitivity
Power source
1' – 4'1
1"/s (0.3 – 1.5 m/s)
3.6°F (at 2'/s) (2.0°C (at 0.6 m/s))
CR123A Lithium battery
Current draw
11.2μ
A
standby / 23mA
max. at 3 V DC
Alarm period
Warm-up period
2.0 ±1.0 sec.
Approx. 120 sec. (LED blinks)
Alarm output
N.C./N.O. Selectable-Solid State Switch 10 V DC 0.01
A (max.)
Trouble output
N.C./N.O. Selectable-Solid State Switch 10 V DC 0.01
A (max.)
LED indicator
Enable:

During DIP
switch 1 (W
ALK
TEST
MODE) or DIP
switch 4 (LED) ON
Disable:

During normal operation
Light/Blink:
Warm-up, alarm

RF Interference
Operation temperature
Environment humidity
Weatherproof
Mounting
Mounting height
No alarm 10 V/m
-4 to +140°F (-20 to +60°C)
95% max.
IP55
Wall (Outdoo
r, Indoor)
2'7" to 3'1
1" (0.8 to 1.2 m)
6.4 oz. (180g) without wireless transmitter and battery
Weight
Accessories
*Specifications and design are subject to change without prior notice.
screw (3 × 20 mm) × 2
Model
FTN-RRHW
FTN-RRIX
FTN-RR2G
FTN-RRDS
NOTE
7-1
SPECIFICATIONS
7-2
DIMENSIONS


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