DSC PG9945 manual

DSC PG9945
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PG9945_PG8945_PG4945

PowerG 2-way Wireless Magnetic Contact Device
with Hard-wired Input Installation Instructions

Operation

The PGx945 Series is a supervised, 2-way wireless PowerG
magnetic contact device. The device includes a built-in reed switch
and a separate N.O., N.C. or E.O.L programmable auxiliary hard-
wired input for use with other hardwired sensors (use only UL/
ULC fire/burglary listed sensors).
The reed switch and the auxiliary input behave as separate
transmitters, although they trigger the same RF transmitter.
Removing the cover activates the tamper switch. If configured,
LED lights only when reporting alarm or tamper events. Built-in
link quality indicators reduce installation time by eliminating the
need for the installer to physically approach the control panel.
Low-Battery Detection
The PGx945 includes low-battery condition detection. When this
condition is detected a trouble message is transmitted to the
compatible receiver/control panel. This will provide visual
identification of the unit that requires a battery change. For UL
commercial burglary installations replace battery yearly.

Device Setup

WA R NI NG ! To comply with FCC and IC RF exposure
compliance requirements, the magnet contact device should be
located at a distance of at least 20 cm from all persons during
normal operation. The antennas used for this product must not be
co-located or operated in conjunction with any other antenna or
transmitter.
CAUTION!
This product uses Lithium Batteries. Improper handling of lithium
batteries may result in HEAT GENERATION, EXPLOSION or
FIRE, which may lead to personal injuries.
WA R NI NG !
Danger of explosion if batteries are installed incorrectly. replace
only with the same or equivalent type recommended by the
manufacturer. Dispose of used batteries according to the
manufacturer's instructions.
Keep away from small children: if swallowed promptly see a
doctor.
Do not try to recharge these batteries.
Note: Battery replacement should be done by installer.
Note: To ensure the continued operation of all wireless devices
after performing a system default, a global upload of all wireless
programming via DLS is recommended before defaulting the
system. After completing the system default, download the
wireless programming.
Legend
A. Flexible Retainer
B. Break-away base segment (for back tamper)
C. PCB edge supports
D. Mounting holes
E. Wiring inlet
F. LED
G. Terminal block for sensor
H. Enroll button
I. Tamper switch
J. Reed switch on underside of PC Board (in unit)
K. Symbol on side of the case indi-
cates location of reed switch
L. Magnet
M. 1/4" space maximum (6mm)
N. 47 k resistor
O. N.C. switch
P. N.O. switch
Install the battery
1. Insert a flat-edged screwdriver
into the slot and push upward to
remove cover.
2. Remove the screw and separate
the cover from the base.
3. Observe polarity and install
battery.
4. Connect the sensor wire to the
terminal block.
Note: When manually programming
wireless devices, if a device has been
powered up for more than 48 hours it
cannot be enrolled into the system until
the device has been tampered and
restored. When programming the panel
using the Quick Enroll procedure follow
the steps detailed in Enroll the Device into
the System.
Note: After restoring a low battery trouble the system may takeup to 5 minutes to clear the trouble.
Enroll the Device into the System
Refer to the PowerSeries Neo Host Installation Manual or iotega
Reference Manual for the enrollment procedure.
Placement Testing
Before permanently mounting any wireless device, temporarily
mount the device and perform a Placement test.
1. Tamper the device by removing the cover.
2. Replace the cover to restore the tamper. The device now
enters Placement test mode for 15 minutes.
3. Trip the device by opening the door or window and verify the
red LED blinks, indicating detection.
4. After 2 seconds the LED blinks 3 times.The following table
indicates received signal strength.
IMPORTANT! Only GOOD or STRONG signal strengths are
acceptable. If you receive a POOR signal from the device, re-locate
it and re-test until a GOOD or STRONG signal is received.
Note: For UL/ULC installations, only STRONG signal levels are
acceptable. After installation verify the product functionality in
conjunction with the compatible receivers HSM2HOST9,
HS2LCDRF(P)9, HS2ICNRF(P)9, PG9920, WS900-19, and
WS900-29.
Note: For detailed Placement instructions refer to the control panel
Reference Guide
Gap Separation
Mounting the Device
It is highly recommended to attach the transmitter to the top of the
door/window on the fixed frame and the magnet to the door or
window. Ensure that the magnet is located not more than 6 mm
(0.25 in.) from the transmitters marked side.
Note: Once the cover is removed, a tamper message is transmitted
to the receiver. Subsequent removal of the battery prevents
transmission of tamper restore, leaving the receiver in permanent
alert. To avoid, press the tamper switch while removing the battery.
Attention!
The unit has an optional back tamper switch under the PCB. As
long as the PCB is seated firmly within the base, the switch lever
will be pressed against a special break-away base segment that is
loosely connected to the base. Be sure to fasten the break-away
segment to the wall. If the detector unit is forcibly removed from
the wall, this segment will break away from the base, causing the
tamper switch to open.
Note: For UL Residential Fire and Commercial Burglary
installations, the use of the back tamper is mandatory.
Note: Adhesive tape not to be used for EU Market.
Mounting with screws
Note: For UL Residential Fire and Commercial Burglary
installations, the use of the mounting screws is mandatory.
1. With the cover removed, flex retainer and remove PCB.
2. Mark & drill 2 holes in mounting surface.
3. Fasten base with 2 countersunk screws.
4. Mount the magnet base with 2 supplied screws.
5. Attach the magnet to the magnet base.
Mounting with adhesive tape
1. Peel away the release liners from the two strips of double-
sided adhesive tape and attach to the device and magnet.
2. Align the device with the magnet according to the location
marks and fasten the device and magnet to the mounting sur-
face.
Auxiliary Input wiring
1. Connect the auxiliary sensor contacts across the auxiliary
input terminals.
2. If the auxiliary input is defined as a Normally Closed (N.C.)
type, series connected N.C. sensor contacts must be used
exclusively. An E.O.L. resistor will not be required.
3. If the auxiliary input of the is defined as a Normally Open
(N.O.) type, parallel connected N.O. sensor contacts must be
used exclusively. An E.O.L. resistor will not be required.
4. For E.O.L. supervision: Normally Closed (N.C.) sensor con-
tacts can be used. A 47 k E.O.L. resistor must be wired at
the far end of the zone loop.
Note: For UL installations, the device connected to the initiating
circuit must be located in the same room as the transmitter.
The drawing below illustrates a N.O. and N.C. alarm circuit with
E.O.L. resistor.
Note: An alarm message is transmitted once the loop is opened or
short circuited.
Note: For UL/ULC installations connect only UL/ULC listed
device to the auxiliary wiring input. Only one device shall be
connected to the input of each RF transmitter.
UL985 short range RF transmitter application
Model PG9945 is also UL985 listed as a short range RF transmitter
for use in Residential fire applications in conjunction with UL
listed mechanical heat detectors. The transmitter shall be installed
using provided screws and the back tamper shall be enabled. The
heat detector shall be connected to the wired input of the RF
transmitter device in the same room and within 3 ft. The External
Input [001][03] shall be set to [Y] and the Zone EOL [002] shall be
set to [02] Normally Open. The Supervision [001][04] shall be
enabled [Y] and Reed switch[001][02] operation shall be disabled
[N]. When enrolling the device in the compatible receiver/control
panel combination set the zone definition to type [08] in order to
transmit a fire alarm when the external input is activated. An
example of compatible initiating devices that could be used in this
type of application is the System Sensor UL listed 5600 Series
Mechanical Heat Detectors (only models that have self restoring
rate of rise sensors). Refer to the compatible devices installation,
testing, and maintenance instructions. Test the self-restoring rate of
rise models using a hair dryer or heat gun. When testing the ROR
element, to prevent the activation of the fixed temperature element,
the heat source must not exceed the fixed temperature rating of the
detector. Detectors shall be installed as per NFPA72 and/or the
local authority having jurisdiction.
Note: Ensure the RF transmitter is used in its intended
environmental conditions.
Configuration
The enter the wireless configuration section enter [804][3 digit
zone number]
Selections

Specifications

Frequency Band (MHz): CE Listed PG4945: 433MHz; CE/EN
listed PG8945: 868MHz; FCC/IC/UL/ULC listed PG9945: 912-
919MHz band
Communication Protocol: PowerG
Alarm Input: One internal
Supervision: Signaling at 4 minute intervals
Tamper Alert: Reported when a tamper event occurs
Battery type: 3 V Lithium CR-123A type battery GP
Battery Life Expectancy: 8 years (for typical use)
Battery Supervision: Automatic transmission of battery condition
data as part of periodic status report and immediately upon low
battery condition detection
Temperature range: -10ºC to +55ºC (UL/ULC only verified the
range 0ºC-49ºC)
Relative Humidity: up to max. 93%RH, non-condensing
Dimensions (LxWxD): 81 x 34 x 25 mm (3-3/16 x 1-1/4 x 1 in.)
Weight (including battery): 53g (1.9 oz)
Auxiliary Input Cable Length: 10m max, AWG22
Auxiliary Input EOL Resistor: 47 K
Installed by service persons and for use in indoor non-hazardous
locations only.
Low Battery trouble level: 2.2V

Compatible Receivers

This device can be used with DSC panels and receivers that use
PowerG technology.

UL/ULC Notes

The PG9945 has been listed by UL for commercial and residential
burglary and residential fire applications and by ULC for
commercial and residential burglary applications in accordance
with the requirements in the Standards UL 985 (resi fire
applications) and UL634 and ULC/ORDC634 for Door and
Window Contact. For UL/ULC installations use this device only in
conjunction with compatible DSC wireless receivers:
HSM2HOST9, HS2LCDRF(P)9, HS2ICNRF(P)9, PG9920,
WS900-19, and WS900-29.
Europe: The PG8945 is certified by Telefication to the following standards: EN50131-2-6, EN50131-
1 GRADE 2, CLASS II, EN50131-6 Type C. Telefication BV has certified only the 868 MHz variant of
this product. According to EN 50131-1:2006 and A1:2009, this equipment can be applied in
installed systems up to and including Security Grade 2, Environmental Class II. UK: The PG8945 is
suitable for use in systems installed to conform to PD6662:2010 at Grade 2 and environmental class
2. BS8243 The Power G peripheral devices have two- way communication functionality, providing additional benefits as
described in the technical brochure. This functionality has not been tested to comply with the respective technical
requirements and should therefore be considered outside the scope of the product’s certification.
SIMPLIFIED EU DECLARATION OF
CONFORMITY
Hereby, Tyco Safety Products Canada Ltd declares that the radio equipment type is in compliance with Directive 2014/53/
EU. The full text of the EU declaration of conformity is available at the following internet address:
PG8945 - http://dsc.com/pdf/1401040
PG4945 - http://dsc.com/pdf/1401017
European single point of contact: Tyco Safety Products, Voltaweg 20, 6101 XK Echt, Netherlands.
FCC COMPLIANCE STATEMENT
WARNING! Changes or modifications to this unit not expressly approved by the party responsible for compliance could void
the user’s authority to operate the equipment.
This device 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 residential installations.
This 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 and television reception.
However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this device does cause such
interference, which can be verified by turning the device off and on, the user is encouraged to eliminate the interference by
one or more of the following measures:
– Re-orient or re-locate the receiving antenna.
– Increase the distance between the device and the receiver.
– Connect the device to an outlet on a circuit different from the one that supplies power to the receiver.
– Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician.
This equipment complies with FCC and IC RF radiation exposure limits set forth for an uncontrolled environment.
This device complies with FCC Rules Part 15 and with Industry Canada licence-exempt RSS standard(s). Operation is subject
to the following two conditions: (1) This device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) this device must accept any
interference that may be received or that may cause undesired operation.
Le present appareil est conforme aux CNR d'Industrie Canada applicables aux appareils radio exempts de licence.
L'exploitation est autorisee aux deux conditions suivantes :(1) l'appareil ne doit pas produire de brouillage, et (2) l'utilisateur
de l'appareil doit accepter tout brouillage radioelectrique subi, meme si le brouillage est susceptible d'en compromettre le
fonctionnement.

PG9945_PG8945_PG4945

Instructions d'installation du détecteur de
contact magnétique sans fil bidirectionnel
PowerG à entrée câblée

Fonctionnement

Le PGx945 Series est un dispositif à contact magnétique, sans fil,
bidirectionnel, supervisé PowerG. Le dispositif contient un
commutateur à lames intégré et une entrée câblée auxiliaire
programmable N.F., N.O ou E.D.L., à part à utiliser avec d'autres
détecteur câblés (utilisez exclusivement des détecteurs anti-
intrusion/anti-incendie homologués UL/ULC.).
Le commutateur à lames et l'entrée auxiliaire se comporte comme
des émetteurs distincts, même s'ils déclenchent un émetteur RF
identique. Le retrait du capot active le contact anti-sabotage. S'ils
sont configurés, les voyants lumineux s'allument uniquement en
cas de signalisation d'alarme ou d'événements de sabotage. Les
indicateurs de qualité de liaison intégrés réduisent les temps
d'installation en supprimant la nécessité de l'installateur d'être
physiquement à proximité de la centrale.
Détection de niveau faible de batterie
Le PGx945 possède une fonction de détection de niveau faible de
batterie. Quand cet état est détecté, un message de problème est
transmis à la centrale ou au récepteur compatible. Une signalisation
visuelle est ainsi assurée pour l'unité qui a besoin d'un
remplacement de la batterie. Pour les installations anti-intrusion
commerciales UL, remplacez la batterie tous les ans.

Réglage du dispositif

AVERTISSEMENT ! Pour la compatibilité avec les exigences
d'exposition IC RF et FCC, le dispositif à contact magnétique doit
être placé à une distance d'au moins 20 cm des personnes pendant
le fonctionnement normal. Les antennes utilisées avec ce produit
ne doivent pas être placées ni utilisées en association avec une
autre antenne ou un autre émetteur.
ATTENTION !
Ce produit utilise des batteries au lithium. La manipulation
incorrecte des piles au lithium peut engendrer UNE
PRODUCTION DE CHALEUR, UNE EXPLOSION ou UN
INCENDIE, qui peuvent provoquer des blessures personnelles.
AVERTISSEMENT !
Risque d'explosion si les piles sont mal installées. Remplacez
exclusivement par des piles identiques ou de type équivalent
comme recommandé par le fabricant. Éliminez les piles usagées
selon les instructions de son fabricant.
Éloignez les jeunes enfants : si elles sont avalées, consultez
rapidement un docteur.
N'essayez pas de recharger ces piles.
Remarque : Le remplacement des batteries doit être réalisé par un
installateur.
Remarque : Pour garantir le fonctionnement continu de tous les
dispositifs sans fil après avoir réalisé une réinitialisation aux
valeurs par défaut, un téléchargement général de toute la
programmation sans fil par DLS est recommandé avant de
réinitialiser le système. Après avoir complété la réinitialisation aux
valeurs par défaut du système, téléchargez la programmation sans
fil.
Légende
A. Collier de retenue flexible
B. Segment de la base défonçable (pour le contact anti-sabotage
arrière)
C. Supports en bordure de la carte du circuit imprimé
D. Trous de fixation
E. Entrée à câbler
F. Voyant
G. Bornier du capteur
H. Bouton d'attribution
I. Contact anti-sabotage
J. Commutateur à lames sur le dessous du circuit imprimé (dans
l'unité)
K. Un symbole sur le côté du boîtier indique l'emplacement du
commutateur à lames
L. Aimant
M. espace minimum de 6 mm (1/4")
N. Résistance de 47 k
O. Contact N.F.
P. Contact N.O.
Installer la pile
1. Insérez un tournevis plat dans la
fente et poussez vers le haut pour
retirer le couvercle.
2. Retirez la vis et détachez le
couvercle de la base.
3. Respectez les polarités et installez
la pile.
4. Branchez les fils du détecteur au
bornier.
Remarque : Quand vous programmez
manuellement les dispositifs sans fil, si un
dispositif a été alimenté pendant plus de 48
heures, il ne peut pas être attribué dans le
système tant que le dispositif n'a pas été
saboté et rétabli.
Remarque: Après la restauration d'undéfaut de batterie faible, le système peutprendre jusqu'à 5 minutes pour que lapeine.
Attribuer le dispositif dans le système
Consultez les instructions d'installation PowerSeries Neo Host ou
le manuel de référence iotega pour plus informations sur
l'attribution.
Test de positionnement
Avant de fixer de façon permanente un dispositif sans fil
quelconque, montez-le temporairement et effectuez un test de
positionnement.
1. Sabotez le dispositif en retirant le cache.
2. Remontez le couvercle pour rétablir le contact anti-sabotage.
Le dispositif passe en mode de test de positionnement pendant
15 minutes.
3. Déclenchez le dispositif en ouvrant la porte ou la fenêtre et
vérifiez que le voyant lumineux rouge clignote ce qui indique
la détection.
4. Après 2 secondes, le voyant clignote 3 fois. Le tableau suivant
indique la force du signal reçu.
IMPORTANT ! Seules les forces de signal FORT ou BON sont
acceptables. Si vous recevez un signal FAIBLE du dispositif,
déplacez-le et testez-le à nouveau jusqu'à ce qu'un signal BON ou
FORT soit reçu.
Remarque : Pour les installations UL/ULC, seul un signal FORT
est acceptable. Après installation, vérifiez les fonctionnalités de
l'appareil en association avec les récepteurs compatibles
HSM2HOST9, HS2LCDRF(P)9, HS2ICNRF(P)9, PG9920,
WS900-19, et WS900-29.
Remarque : Pour des instructions détaillées sur le positionnement,
consultez le guide de référence de la centrale.
B
A
C
D
E
LED response Signal Strength
Green LED blinks STRONG
Orange LED blinks GOOD
Red LED blinks POOR
No blinks No communication
Metallic (Ferrous)
Materials
Nonmetallic/Metallic
(nonferrous) Materials
Direction of
Movement of
the Magnet
Approach/
Make
Remove/
Break
Approach/
Make
Remove/
Break
Axis Y 10 mm ± 5
mm
15 mm ± 5
mm
14 mm ± 5
mm
15 mm ± 5
mm
Axis X 12 mm ± 5
mm
15 mm ± 5
mm
14 mm ± 5
mm
20 mm ± 5
mm
Axis Z 10 mm ± 5
mm
10 mm ± 5
mm
24 mm ± 5
mm
25 mm ± 5
mm
Recommended maximum gap separation for installation (on speci-
fied materials and axes of use) is 6mm (0.24”).
}
J
L
K
M
Z
X
Y
[001][01] Alarm LED - Default [Y]
Enables the devices LED
to activate when an alarm
event occurs.
[001][02] Reed Switch - Default [Y]
Enables\disables the reed
switch. Note: It shall be set
to [N] for UL fire applica-
tions.
[001][03] External Input - Default [N]
Enables\disables the exter-
nal input. Note: It shall be
set to [Y] for UL fire appli-
cations.
[001][04] Supervision - Default [Y]
Enables supervision of the
device. Note: It shall be set
to [Y] for UL fire applica-
tions.
Zone EOL - Default [01]
Configures auxiliary input as one of the following options:
[00] Disabled [01] Single EOL [02] Normally
Open. Note: it
shall be set for UL
fire applications.
[03] Normally Closed
N
O
P
Frequency Bands Maximum Power
868.0MHz - 868.6 MHz 10mW
868.7MHz - 869.2MHz 10mW
433.22MHz - 434.64MHz 10mW
Réponse du voyant Force du signal
Le voyant vert clignote FORT
Le voyant orange clignote BON
Le voyant rouge clignote FAIBLE
Aucun clignotement Aucune communication
B
A
C
D
E
F
+
-
H
I
G
F
+
-
H
I
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General
DSC
PG9945 | PG9945
Motion detector
English
User manual (PDF)
Security
Connectivity technologyWireless
Sensor type-
Features
PlacementIndoor
Mounting typeWall
Product colourWhite
Weight & dimensions
Width34 mm
Depth25 mm
Height81 mm
Weight53 g
Power
Number of batteries supported1
Battery voltage3 V
Battery typeCR123A
Battery technologyLithium
Battery life8 year(s)
Power source typeBattery
Operational conditions
Operating temperature (T-T)-10 - 55 °C
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