Resideo 5800SMOKEV - Install Guide - Dated 02/21 Rev. A



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5800SMOKEV

Wireless Smoke/Heat Detector

Installation and Setup Guide



GENERAL INFORMATION
This is a multi-criteria wireless smoke detector wh
ich employs
advanced levels of detection and discrimination. T
his reduces
common cooking nuisance alarms and allows faster de
tection to
different types of fire conditions. It is intended
for use with Control
Panels that support 5800 series devices.

This detector reports the following signals to the
Control Panel:


Smoke and Heat detection
-
Smoke Alarm when smoke is detected
-
Heat Alarm when temperature of 135° F (57° C) or g
reater
-
Rate-of-Rise Alarm when temperature is >104° F (40
° C) @
15° F/minute (8.33° C/minute).


Maintenance: Contaminated chamber that requires c
leaning


End-of-Life


Base Tamper: A tamper signal is sent to the Contr
ol Panel
when the smoke head is removed from its base.


Supervision: The detector will transmit its statu
s every 60-70
minutes.

To remove the mounting bracket,
turn the top of the detector 15
degrees counterclockwise and separate the mounting
bracket and
top cover.



5800SMOKEV

Open

ENROLLMENT
The smoke detector must be enrolled in the Control
Panel before it
can operate in the system. Consult the Control Pane
l’s instructions
to program the device in the system.
The 5800SMOKEV smoke/heat protection zone must be e
nrolled
as Loop 1 and the Input Type as "Supervised" or "Su
pervised RF"
(VISTA Series = 03).
If programmed, this smoke detector is capable of mo
nitoring the
additional conditions of Maintenance (transmitted a
s Loop 2), and
Low Temperature (transmitted as Loop 3). Tamper is
transmitted as
Loop 4 but, does not require programming. To take
advantage of
the value-added features of Maintenance and Low Tem
perature,
you must program each loop as a separate zone in th
e 5800 series
wireless compatible panel.
1. Enter the Control’s Zone Programming mode.
2. Enter the zone number to be programmed.
3.
Enter the applicable zone type when prompted.
The Zone Type
descriptor differs between Control Panels. Program
the following:

Loop 1 (Heat/Smoke) as a "Fire No Verification" or
"Fire with
verification", "

24 Hour Fire (No Verification) or "24 Hour Fire
w/Verification" zone (VISTA Series = ZT 09 or 16)

Loop 2 (High/Low Maintenance) as a (24-Hr.) "Troub
le" or
"24-hour Auxiliary" alarm zone (VISTA Series = ZT 1
9 or 08)


Loop 3 (Freeze Warning Sensor) as a "24-Hour Auxili
ary"
alarm zone
(VISTA Series = ZT 08)
NOTE
: For VISTA-32/128/250 Series controls: If the Smar
t Contact
feature is enabled, the 5800SMOKEV Maintenance feat
ure will
automatically be enabled. If Smart Contact is not
enabled, Loop
2 must be programmed to enable the Maintenance feat
ure.


4.
When prompted, enter Input Type – "Supervised" or "
RF
Supervised" (VISTA Series = 03 Supervised RF).

5. When prompted for the serial number, transmit fr
om the
detector by activating the tamper switch. To do th
is, hold
the base of the detector in one hand, and rotate th
e
detector counterclockwise on the base until it snap
s open.
Then return to clockwise position until the detecto
r snaps
into place.
6. When the serial number is displayed, transmit fr
om the
detector a second time by activating the tamper swi
tch
again as described in Step 5. The current loop num
ber
(4) will begin to flash.
7. Manually change the loop number to the desired l
oop
number for the zone (according to the application).

8. When programming for this zone is complete, prog
ram
other zones for the transmitter as necessary (excep
t for
Tamper Loop 4, which does not require programming).


WARNING:
The fire protection zone enrolled must
always be Loop 1. Otherwise, fire annunciations wi
ll not
be reported by the Control Panel.

9. Exit Programming mode when programming is comple
te
and test the detector. Refer to the Testing Section
.
Refer to the Control Panel’s installation instructi
ons for
additional information.
TAMPER

When the detector is removed from its base, it send
s a tamper
signal to the Control Panel. OPTIONAL: The detect
or can be
made tamper-proof to prevent unauthorized removal f
rom its base.
Break off the small pillar on the base as shown. Th
is causes the
detector to latch to the base. From this point on,
to remove the
detector from its base, you must use a small screwd
river to
release the catch (push the catch towards the base)
and twist the
detector counterclockwise. A screw can be added to
prevent
removal from the base.




MOUNT

Refer to the Limitations of Fire Alarm Systems (P/N
800-15144) for
detailed information on detector spacing, placement
zoning and
special applications. Copies of this document are
available on
www.resideo.com.

NOTE
: Before mounting the detector permanently, conduct
a Walk
test (see Control Panel’s instructions) to verify a
dequate signal
strength and adjust the device location and orienta
tion as
necessary.
The detector can be mounted on the ceiling or on th
e wall (if local
ordinances permit). Select a location and mount usi
ng the included
mounting hardware.


Mount


DO NOT attach the detector to removable ceiling
panels. Attach the detector across panel support a
s
shown on the accompanying figure.



TESTING
The detector should be tested immediately after ins
tallation and at least once a year.
Recommended:
Notify the Central Station that the smoke detector
is undergoing tests, so they do not dispatch autho
rities.
After enrolling, verify adequate signal strength by
conducting a sensor test (see the Control Panel’s
instructions) with the device in
its intended mounting location. Adjust the device l
ocation and orientation as necessary.

Tests and testing methods
There is no specific Test Mode that needs to be ini
tiated to test smoke, heat, or Rate-of-Rise. These
can be applied to the
detector at any time as a test.


Test Button – When the Test Button is held down, t
he unit initiates a test on the smoke sensor, chamb
er, heat sensor, End-of-
Life, and battery. If all tests pass, it sounds a
normal alarm and sends alarm signal to the Control
Panel. However, if one of
these tests fails, it sends a trouble signal to the
Control Panel and provides fail status on the yell
ow led and sounder. The
Test Button is also used to silence or Hush the det
ector. To Hush the detector, press and release the
large Test Button.
Depending on how much smoke is still in the chamber
determines if the Hush feature silences the detect
or and make it send
an Alarm restore to the Control Panel. If there is
too much smoke still in the chamber, it does not H
ush nor send a restore to
the Control Panel. When Hush is successful, the so
under comes back on after 10 minutes and a restore
signal is still not sent
provided there is still enough smoke in the chamber
to be considered an alarm. Once the smoke level i
s below threshold in
the chamber, Hush causes the sounder to remain off
and the restore signal is sent. See the LED and So
under Indication
Chart on the next page.


Smoke Entry Test (canned smoke*) – Can be done at
any time. Once the chamber is clear, the sounder w
ill stop, and it will
send a restore signal to the Control Panel.


Direct Heat Test (hair dryer 12” or further from t
he detector)


135° F fixed Heat Detection


Rate-of-Rise >104° F (40° C) @ 15° F/minute (8.33°
C/minute).

CAUTION:
The detector alarms when 135° F is exceeded and r
estore when it falls below 135° F. However, the th
ermistor is
damaged at 195° F and the integrity of the detector
itself is compromised and needs to be replaced.

SMOKEV_COMMON-002-V0
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LEDS AND SOUNDER

The 5800SMOKEV has one bi-color (red and yellow) LE
D with a sounder. Refer to the following
table below for operation of these features.





LED and Sounder Indication Chart



Normal Operation

Action

Red LED

Yellow LED

Sounder

Reaction

Power Up
Pull Battery Tab
1 Flash
1 Flash
Off

Tamper
Remove from base

Off
Off
Off

Standby - Normal

Off
Off
Off

Sensing Smoke / Heat
Smoke / Fire
Condition
Rapid
flashing
Off
Temporal 3
Evacuate Premises
Alarm Hush

Action

Red LED

Yellow LED

Sounder

Reaction

Silence Sounding Alarm
Press & Release
Button
1 flash every
8 seconds
Off
Off for 10 mins

Silence Low Battery
Press & Release
Button
Off
Off for 12 hours Off for 12 hours Replace both batt
eries
Silence Faulty Sensor
(only possible once)
Press & Release
Button
Off
2 flashes every
48 seconds
Off for 12 hours Replace unit
Silence End of Life (up to
30 days)
Press & Release
Button
Off
Off for 72 hours Off for 72 hours Replace unit
Self
-
Diagnostics

Action

Red LED

Yellow LED

Sounder

Reaction

Low Battery
Automatic every
16 minutes
Off
1 flash every
48 seconds
1 beep with 1
flash
Replace both batteries
Faulty Smoke Sensor
Automatic every
16 seconds
Off
2 flashes every
48 seconds
2 beeps with 2
flashes
Replace unit
Faulty Heat Sensor
Automatic every
second
Off
2 flashes every
48 seconds
2 beeps with 2
flashes
Replace unit
End of Life
Automatic every 4
hours
Off
3 flashes every
48 seconds
3 beeps with 3
flashes
Replace unit
Maintenance
Automatic every
16 seconds
Off
4 flashes every
48 seconds
Off
Clean unit; see Cleaning
section
Test Button

Action

Red LED

Yellow LED

Sounder

Reaction

Detector Status Good –
Normal Alarm

Press & Hold
Button
Rapid
flashing
Off
Temporal 3
Release button
Low Battery
Press & Hold
Button
Off
1 flash then
rapid flashing
1 beep then
Temporal 3
Replace both batteries
Faulty Sensor
Press & Hold
Button
Off
2 flashes then
rapid flashing
2 beeps only
Replace unit
End of Life
Press & Hold
Button
Off
3 flashes then
rapid flashing
3 beeps then
Temporal 3
Replace unit
Maintenance
Press & Hold
Button
Off
4 flashes then
rapid flashing
4 beeps then
Temporal 3
Clean unit; see Cleaning
section
Alarm Memory

Action

Red LED

Yellow LED

Sounder

Reaction

24 Hour Memory
After Alarm
2 flashes every

48 seconds for

24 hours
Off
Off
Press & Hold Button for
Long Term Memory
Long Term Memory
Press & Hold
Button
Rapid
flashing
Off
Rapid chirping
Memory is reset after
releasing the test button




CLEANING

Recommended
: To prevent unwanted alarms, notify the Central S
tation that the
smoke detector system is undergoing maintenance bef
ore cleaning the detector.
To clean the detector, carefully vacuum the side ve
nts all the way around, then,
wipe them with a clean damp cloth and dry thoroughl
y.
Do NOT attempt to take the detector apart. This co
uld result in damaging the unit.





Cleaning






SPECIFICATIONS

Smoke Detection:
..................................................
...................................................
...................................................
.......................... Photoelectric

Heat Detection:
.................................................
...................................................
...................................................
............................ 135° F (57° C)
Rate of Rise:
.................................................
...................................................
............................ >104° F (40° C) @ 15°
F/minute (8.33° C/minute).

Audible Signal:
..................................................
...................................................
........................................... 85dBA m
inimum in alarm at 10ft (3m)

Batteries:
..................................................
...................................................
...................................................
. Two 3V Lithium; Panasonic CR123A
RF Frequency:
..................................................
...................................................
...................................................
...................................... 345MHz
Tamper:
..................................................
...................................................
...................................................
......................................... Base Tamp
er
Operating Temperature:
.................................................
...................................................
......................................... 40° to 10
0° F / 4.4° to 37.7° C
Relative Humidity:
..................................................
...................................................
................................................. 9
5% RH max. non-condensing
Maximum Spacing:
............................................... 5
0ft x 50ft (refer to National Fire Alarm Code Stand
ard NFPA 72 for application requirements)
Dimensions:
.................................................
................................................ 4.
74 in. Diameter x 2.31 in. Thick / 12.03 cm Diamete
r x 5.81 cm Thick
Approval Listings
FCC / IC
UL Listed – Conforms to UL 268 7
th
Edition Commercial and Residential Installations
ULC Listed – Certified to ULC S529
Other Standards: State of California requirement –
free of substances that may cause cancer. Prop 65
US.
NFPA 72

Note:
Smoke detectors are not to be used with detector g
uards unless the combination is evaluated and found
suitable for that purpose.
REFER TO THE INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS FOR THE CONT
ROL PANEL WITH WHICH THIS DEVICE IS USED, FOR DETAI
LS REGARDING LIMITATIONS
OF THE ENTIRE ALARM SYSTEM.

FEDERAL COMMUNICATIONS COMMISSION (FCC) & ISED STAT
EMENTS
The user shall not make any changes or modification
s to the equipment unless authorized by the Install
ation Instructions or User's Manual. Unauthorized c
hanges or
modifications could void the user's authority to op
erate the equipment.

FCC CLASS B DIGITAL DEVICE STATEMENT
This equipment has been tested and found to comply
with the limits for a Class B digital device, as de
fined by FCC Rules Part 15.105. The Class B Digital
Device
statement can be viewed at:
https://customer.resideo.com/en-US/support/resident
ial/codes-and-standards/FCC15105/Pages/default.aspx


ISED CLASS B STATEMENT
This Class B digital apparatus complies with Canadi
an ICES-003.
Cet appareil numérique de la classe B est conforme
à la norme NMB-003 du Canada.

FCC / ISED STATEMENT
This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules,
and Industry Canada’s license-exempt RSSs. Operati
on is subject to the following two conditions: (1)
This device
may not cause harmful interference, and (2) This de
vice must accept any interference received, includi
ng interference that may cause undesired operation.


Cet appareil est conforme à la partie 15 des règles
de la FCC et exempt de licence RSS d’Industrie Can
ada. Son fonctionnement est soumis aux conditions s
uivantes: (1)
Cet appareil ne doit pas causer d’interférences nui
sibles. (2) Cet appareil doit accepter toute interf
érence reçue y compris les interférences causant un
e réception
indésirable.


Responsible Party / Issuer of Supplier’s Declaratio
n of Conformity: Ademco Inc., a subsidiary of Resid
eo Technologies, Inc., 2 Corporate Center Drive., M
elville, NY
11747, Ph: 516-577-2000


The product should not be disposed of with other ho
usehold waste. Check for the nearest authorized col
lection centers or authorized recyclers. The correc
t disposal of
end-of-life equipment will help prevent potential n
egative consequences for the environment and human
health.
Any attempt to reverse-engineer this device by deco
ding proprietary protocols, de-compiling firmware,
or any similar actions is strictly prohibited.





For the latest documentation, support, and warranty
information, please go to: www.resideo.com
This product is manufactured by Resideo Technologie
s, Inc. and its affiliates.



R800-26635A 2/21 Rev A

2 Corporate Center Drive, Suite 100
P.O. Box 9040, Melville, NY 11747

2022 Resideo Technologies, Inc.
www.resideo.com

BATTERY REPLACEMENT
1. Twist the front cover counterclockwise 15 degree
s and separate it
from the mounting bracket.
2. Remove both batteries and wait 10 seconds, then
insert two new
recommended batteries:

Panasonic CR123A
NOTE
: Do not mix old and new batteries, battery types
or manufacturers.
3. Reattach the detector to the mounting plate.
BATTERY CAUTION:
Risk of fire, explosion and burns. Do not recharge
,
disassemble, heat above 212° F (100° C) or incinera
te. Dispose of used batteries
properly. Keep away from children


Replace Batteries

5800SMOKEV Series transmitters draw quick bursts of
current during transmission, then sit idle with ve
ry nominal current draw. Most batteries are not
designed for this type of use, therefore, only batt
eries listed as compatible should be used if the ex
pected battery life is to be attained. Each transmi
tter’s
Installation Instructions has listed compatible bat
tery manufacturers and their part numbers. When oth
er non-approved batteries are used, the quick burst
s of
current draw kill the battery cells prematurely cau
sing them to go low in a matter of months and can a
lso cause unpredictable results. Other low-quality
batteries have not been UL tested and pose a safety
hazard if used.

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