DIGITAL ACTIVE INFRARED SENSOR INSTRUCTION .digital active infrared sensor sbt - 40s sbt - 60s sbt

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DIGITAL ACTIVE INFRARED SENSOR

SBT - 40S

SBT - 60S

SBT - 80S

SBT-100S

SBT - 30S

38mm ~ 50mm

INSTRUCTION MANUAL

SUGGESTIONS FOR INSTALLATION 12

1 PARTS DESCRIPTIONConnection Terminal

LED

VerticalAdjustment Screw

Obscuration Time Adjustment (Only for Receiver)

Monitor Jack (Only for Receiver)

Tamper

Viewfinder

Horizontal AngleAdjustment Dial

Cover Lock Screw

LENS

MAIN BODYCOVER

Wire Hole

RECEIVER

GOOD LEVEL ALARM

TRANSMITTER

POWER

SUGGESTIONS FOR INSTALLATION 23

0.7~

1.0m

14mm33mm

33mm

Spread of Beam

Model

SBT-30S

SBT-100S

SBT-80S

30m

80m

100m 3.0m

2.4m

0.9m

SBT-60S 60m 1.8m

SBT-40S 40m 1.2m

Protection Distance

Note that here the protection distances refers to the sheet below.

Protection Distance

Sp

rea

d

of

Be

am

Height of installation and protection distance

4 INSTALLATION1. Loosen screw holding cover and remove the cover.

3. Break knock-out and pull wire through.

4. Attach the unit to the wall. 5. Connect wires to the terminal.

Wiring distance

WALLMOUNT

TERMINAL CONFIGURATION

1 2 3 4 5 6 7

POWER ALARM

RECEIVER

TAMPER

1 2 3 4 5 6 7

TRANSMITTER

POWER FREE TAMPER

knock-out

SBT-30S SBT-40S SBT-60S SBT-80/100S

24V 12V 24V 12V 24V 12V 24V

2400m

4400m

7000m

10000m

280m

1120m

780m

500m

2

2

2

2

12V

0.3mm ( 0.6)f

0.5mm ( 0.8)f

0.75mm ( 1.0)f

1.25mm ( 1.2)f

2300m

4200m

6700m

9570m1074m

747m

477m

2100m

3800m

6100m

8700m

250m

980m

680m

430m

270m 1600m

3000m

4900m

7000m

190m

784m

546m

350m

Model

VoltageWirediameter

Each bracket to be reversely attached.

1. Pull the wire through the wire hole of the pole.

2. Attach the bracket to the pole with the pole holder.

Bracket Pole holder Pole cover

POLE MOUNT

Pole mount back-to-back

Attach the mounting pattern

guide holes.

2.

Make the optimum optical adjustment6.

LED

GOOD ( Green ) POWER ( Green )

On when optically aligned

LEVEL ( Red )

ALARM

Intensity varies with signal

Alarm indication lamp

Off when optically not aligned

Monitor jack: Should be used for making the optimum optical axis adjustment

Obscuration time adjustment: To be used for setting the obscuration time

( Refer to ' how to use the monitor jack' )

( Refer to ' adjustment of obscuration time ' )

Ensure the sensors line of sight isfree from any false alarm sourcessuch as bushes, trees, etc. ( Payattention to these as they maychange seasonally.)

Ensure the sensors are

firm fixing.mounted on a stable and

Ensure strong sunlight or car

recommended.)

headlights do not shine directly

from the optical axis is not on to the receiver. (Within 2

Direction of installation

Horizontally 180

Vertically 20

Because angle of reflection mirror is adjustable

unit can be installed in various directions.

in 90horizontally and 10vertically, the

paper to the wall, mark theinstallation holes, and make

operation before replacing covers. as per section 5 and confirm system

Transmitter

Receiver

Transmitter

Receiver

Receiver

Transmitter

In case of jump phenomenon, as shown

of transmitter and receiver to the following

section in the above, change the disposition

manner shown section.

Receiver

Transmitter

10cm

2. Look through the viewfinder as shown below.

Viewfinder

NOTE: After completion of optical adjustment, ensure

Monitor Jack

1. Insert the meter pins into the monitor jack. (Pay attention to the polarity because of DC voltage)

Vertical adjustment

to raise(loosen)

to lower(tighten)

1 5

43

2

ADJUSTMENT OF OBSCURATION

Obscuration time control

CONFIRMATION OF OPERATION

After completion of the installation, confirm correct operation by suitable walk test. Refer to the following LEDindications during the walk test. Confirm tamper operation prior to replacing covers. Confirm system operationwith covers replaced.

Transmitter

Receiver

Conditions

Transmitting

Watching

Alarm

Indication

Green LED is on

Alarm indicator is off

Alarm indicator is on

NOTE: Conduct a Walk Test at least once a year

OUTLINE DIMENSION

9TROUBLE SHOOTING GUIDE SPECIFICATION

Model SBT-30S SBT-40S SBT-60S SBT-80S SBT-100S

Protection range(outdoor)

Distance allowance

5-30m 30-40m 40-60m 60-80m 80-100m

350m 450m 650m 900m 1100m

Infrared beam

Detection system

Light source

Response time

Alarm output

Power required

Power consumption

Temperature range

Tamper output

Optical axis horizontal adjust

Optical axis vertical adjust

Collimator

Measure for moisture/frost

Other additional function

Place for installation

Weight

2 beams

2 beams simultaneous cut-off detection

Infrared LED

50-700 msec

Relay contact, form 'C' contact rating 30V AC, DC 0.5A Max.

DC 10.5-28V

40mA maxDC12-28V

45mA maxDC12-28V

55mA maxDC12-28V

65mA maxDC12-28V

65mA maxDC12-28V

-25+55

Normally closed voltage free contacts 30V DC, 0.5 A Max.

90

10

Finder ( peep window )

Slit type cover, heater option

Sensitivity monitoring output terminal. Ok monitoring

Indoor or Outdoor

600g ( Transmitter and Receiver )

82

60

146

171

2- 4.0mm

2- 5.0mm

38~50mm

Pole77

Caution: Obscuration time settings exceeding 70msec (exceeding a setting of 1) do

Set the obscuration time of the receiver by adjusting the obscuration time control

conditions where there are a lot of birds or wind blown material.

5 ADJUSTMENT OF OPTICAL AXISIt is important to ensure correct optical alignment between the transmitter and receiver for proper operation.

HOW TO USE THE MONITOR JACK

The best adjustment of optical axis can be done by reading the output voltage of the monitor jack.

7

10

W.97.0067

6

8

Turn on the power supply after uninstallation.1. Adjust the angle of the lens via the Horizontal angle3.

Possible cause A Remedy

Indication lamp of Transmitterdoes not light.

Improper voltage of power supply Check power supply and wiring

Power supply indication Lampof Receiver does not light.

Improper voltage of power supply Check power supply and wiring

Alarm indication lamp does notlight even when the beams areintercepted.

Remove the reflecting object or

Check two beams to interceptat the same time.Adjust obscuration time setting to be shorter.

Although alarm LED lights

Melted bridge on the signal

Check the wiring.

It needs to be repaired.

Alarm LED on the Receiver does not turn off.

Inadequate optical axis.Shading objects between the

of the T ransmitter and/or Receiver.

Readjust the optical axis.

Remove the shading objects.

Clean optics with soft cloth.

Bad wiring connection.Change of supply voltage.

Shading objects moving by wind

Unstable installation of the sensorunit.Incomplete optical axis adjustment.

Birds and other large flying objectsintercept the beam.

Check the wiring connection.

Check the voltage (for stabilizedsupply voltage.) Remove the shading objects or

Fix steadily.

Readjust the optical axis.

Readjust the obscuration timeto be longer or reposition.

Infrared beam from Transmitter is

sent into the Receiver.

Shorter o bscuration t ime t han t hat

Q Symptom

Intermittent alarm.

Place the viewfinder on either right or lefthand side of the lens whichever makeseasier viewing.

the sensor can be seen in the center of the Viewfinder.

adjustment and the Vertical adjustment screw so that

and Receiver. Confirm after adjustment that the greenThis adjustment is carried out on both the Transmitter

GOOD LED is on, otherwise alignment should bereadjusted. The red LEVEL LED lamp will be brighterdependent on higher signal levels.

that both filters on the receiver are replacedto their original position behind the mirrors.

NOTE: If the sensors are too close together then the signal level saturates and

2. a) Adjust the horizontal adjustment until the output is at a maximum. b) Adjust the vertical adjustment screw to obtain best si