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FW-P200
INTRODUCTION
The FW-P200 has unique Alarm Power Saver The FW-P200 is an advanced, fully supervised (APS) mechanism that enables transmitter low-current wireless PIR that includes a FreeWave activation only 2 min after the last movement has FREEWAVE™ WIRELESS PIR
transmitter. Both transmitter and detector circuits are powered by long life Lithium battery. FW-P200 PET Each FW-P200 has a unique ID code (This code is FEATURES
impossible to reproduce). Compatible FreeWave State-of-the-art wireless security system FREEWAVE™ WIRELESS PIR
receivers are designed to “learn” specific IDs and WITH PET IMMUNITY UP TO 20 Kg
Following detection, FW-P200 triggers the on- board transmitter that transmits its specific FreeWave ID fol owed by an alarm signal and status designators for battery condition. If detector Low Battery condition signal transmission cover is removed Tamper Event triggers the on- Test mode for PIR coverage and RF signal. Alarm and other data are forwarded to the alarm Height installation calibration free (1.5m - 3.6m). control panel. A periodic test transmission for supervision purpose takes place automatically once in 12~14 min. The receiver is informed that the particular detector is taking an active part in the The FW-P200 PET provides pet immunity up to 20Kg (45lbs). Pet active bellow 1m (3 ft). ELECTRONIC ENGINEERING LTD.
OPERATION
SELECT MOUNTING LOCATION
FIG. 1 - REMOVAL OF FRONT COVER
The Wireless PIR transmits the following events Select the mounting location so that an intruder will cross the beams of the selected pattern. SUPERVISION - a periodical transmission.
As the detector is a wireless transmitter, and in Every 12~14 min indicates detector’s presence. order to take full advantage from PIR’s sophisticated operation, do not install the ALARM – alarm transmission triggered by PIR
detector in areas where large metal objects could interfere the transmission of signals. It is LOW BAT – Whenever the battery reaches a pre-
also advisable to avoid fol owing locations: set low level (2.4V) Battery Low signal will be sent with the next message (Supervision, Alarm, etc. Facing direct sunlight. Facing areas that may change temperature TAMPER – Whenever the FW-P200 cover is
removed or the unit’s cover is put back, a message will be transmitted with “Tamper” The unique APS (Automatic Power Saver) function The FW-P200 performs better when provided built in the detector enables a battery life span up to four years. The detector wil transmit only when the last event has occurred more than 2 minutes MOUNTING THE DETECTOR
FIG. 2 - KNOCKOUT HOLES
FIG. 3 - CIRCUIT LAYOUT
1. To remove the front cover, insert a flat screwdriver in the slot between the front and the bottom above the holding screw hole and push gently, until the front cover is disengaged and the 3. Break out the desired holes for proper 4. Mount the detector base to the wall, corner or ceiling with the necessary number of screws 5. Reinstall the PC board, set it as low as 6. Before battery replacement capacitors discharge must be done - use flat screwdriver to make momentary short circuit for JP2 pins.(Fig. 3) 7. Instal battery in the battery holder according 8. Replace the cover by inserting it back in the appropriate closing pin until the closing click is SETTING UP THE DETECTOR (Fig. 3)
RSSI – RF SIGNAL INDICATION
ID REGISTRATION - “LEARN”
PROCEDURE
The sensitivity adjustment jumper sets up the The FREEWAVE control panel has “RF Signal detector for normal or harsh environment quality Indication” for each transmitter in order Refer to the system receiver’s instal ation to help the instal er to define best location for instructions and fol ow the procedure given there Setting the Sensitivity Adjustment (Pulse
The indication value is between 1 and 100, Width) Jumper
where 100 is the best RF received signal. If releasing tamper switch for learning it by the RSSI indication is less then 30, it is a sign for weak RF link, try to find a better installation Make sure that the receiver is at learning mode - according to control panel instal ation The “1” position setting is for normal operation. The “AUTO” position setting is for harsh It is recommended to power up the detector and let the system receiver “learn” the detector’s ID before TEST PUSH BUTTON
To check this function it is necessary to verify LENSES-INTERCHANGEABLE HARD
Zone # X Open
Push Button is located at the lower left side of the that the FREEWAVE control panel display shows TYPE SPHERICAL LENSES PATTERNS
detector. This button (switch) is used to activate the walk and RF transmission test of the FW- FW-P200 FW-P200 PET
WALK TEST
X- zone number from which the massage received. Press Push Button for a short time (less then 1 Tamper transmission test.
second) – this activates the device (IR detection Change of the tamper switch state wil cause only, without RF transmission) for 1min, making tamper transmissions. Verify on the FREEWAVE bllae y Zsh
o onwe s # X
ALARM TRANSMISSION TEST
Pressing Push Button for at least 2.0 sec enables the alarm transmission test feature, which activates 11 transmission signals at 6 sec Transmission range test.
intervals (total test time about 1 min). By Alarm transmission test (Pressing Push Please check, that the receiver unit indicates 11 Button for more then 2.0 sec) it’s enable to check the RF transmission quality (RSSI). Special indication at the control panel displays transmission immediately, and bypass the APS 2 continuously the received RF signal quality. FIG. 4 - WIDE ANGLE LENS
BATTERY REPLACEMENT
A 3 V lithium battery powers the unit. Thanks to the exclusive APS (Automatic Power Saver) characteristics, the battery provides up to 4 years flat screwdriver in the appropriate slot. of continuous operation (depending on the amount If the battery reaches a factory preset low level, the LOW BATTERY signal will be sent and from Use flat screwdriver to make
this moment the detector remains operational for momentary short circuit on JP2
another 30 days giving enough time to replace the pins. (see Fig.3)
T hba
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tt. ery must be replaced
Install a new battery according polarity. by Size 2/3 CR 17345V
Lithium battery 3V
CAUTION !!!
Models as: DL123A DURACELL Inc
CR123A SANYO Elc
CR123A GP
FIG. 5 - REPLACING THE LENS
REPLACING THE LENS
This device complies with:
1. Remove the front cover by inserting a flat 2. Using a small flat screwdriver, press on left or right side of the instal ed lens that wil then European Council Directive EMC
pop out from its side right and left holding 89/336/EEC
3. Select the desired lens and hold it while making sure its upper holding pin is pointed 4. Snap the lens to its place by pressing again from outside of the front cover until a click is heard, confirming the new lens is tightly SAFETY 73/23/EEC
EN60950 (ITE)

TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
CROW ELECTRONIC ENGINEERING LTD.
AUSTRALIA:
LATIN AMERICA:
LED Indicator (RF & Optic) Walk test & Dimensions 137mm x 70mm x 53mm
Weight (inc. battery)

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