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13. Attach the detector base on
Mounting Plate SC110
then use the two M4×8mm screws provided to fix it.
4. Wirings and Settings
Wirings and settings are configured on detector base. All function modules on the detector base are shown as below.
DIP Switches
Tamper Switch
EOL Jumpers
4.1 Wirings
4.1.1 Terminal Block Wiring
The wirings should be connected to the terminal block first, and then should be connected to the panel.
Figure 6 Terminal Block Wiring
4.1.2 Panel Wiring
According to the different terminal block wirings, there are two ways to connect the detector to the panel.
Alarm and tamper configured to one loop
Detector
RA
RT
J20
Tamper
Alarm
RTI
RSI
S/OC
T2
T1
NO
C
NC
0V
V+
Panel
Z1
COM
Connected to a zone configured as Dual-End-of-Line
4.2 Settings
4.2.1 DIP Switch Settings
ON
OFF
Sensitivity Settings
1
2
G
off
off
High sensitivity setting
high
G
on
off
Normal sensitivity setting
normal
G
off
on
Low sensitivity setting
low
G
on
on
Noisy environment sensitivity setting
noisy
* Factory default settings are shown in grey.
Notes:
1. Any change of DIP switch 3 will cause an alarm.
2. Any change of DIP switch 3 must be followed by a power-off sequence of 5 seconds.
3. The Noise LED will light or flash intensively if the noise level (external or internal) is too high. Reduce the sensitivity with DIP switch
1 and 2 until the Noise LED turns off.
4. When scratching the surface of the protected object lightly, the Noise LED will turn on as a confirmation of detection.
5. In case of alarm, the Noise LED will flash with 5 Hz, appx. 2.5 seconds.
6. Turning off the Noise LED by DIP switch 4 will reduce current consumption.
4.2.2 EOL Jumper Settings
Jumper
TAMPER
(RT)
ALARM
(RA)
* Factory default settings are shown in grey.
Notes:
1. Refer to Control Panel manual for proper EOL selection.
2. For each block, only one EOL value can be set.
3. Other EOL resistor values can be used by removing all jumpers on the EOL jumper field and wire new resistors directly on the
terminal block.
4.2.3 J19/J20 Settings
J19
Terminal 8 = Not Used
J20
Connect SC111/SC112 to the loop
* Factory default settings are shown in grey.
and
14. Wire and configure the detector (see
Settings"), and then use the top screw to fix the
detector cover properly.
Figure 5 Detector Base
J1
Noise LED
J19
J20
Terminal Block
Note:
The open collector alarm output
(terminal 8) will be active low during alarm.
Alarm and tamper configured to two loops
Detector
Note:
When this wiring
diagram is used, RT still
Tamper
can be used for tamper
loop, but the jumper on
RA needs be removed
RTI
RSI
S/OC
T2
T1
and the external EOL
resistor has to be
connected to alarm
loop.
Panel
Z1
Connected to a zone configured as Single-End-of-Line
Application Settings
3
4
off
ATMs/ Night deposit safes
off
on
Safes / Vaults
on
Position
EOL Value
1-2
1K
2-3
2.2K
4-5
4.7K
5-6
5.6K
1-2
1K
2-3
2.2K
4-5
4.7K
5-6
5.6K
No Jumper
Jumper
Terminal 8 = Alarm O/C Output
Normal Close
4.2.4 J1 Remote Test Settings
"4. Wirings and
Position
1
1-2
2-3
* Factory default settings are shown in grey.
5. Maintenance
Check the detector mounting and functions regularly (once a year at least).
Note:
Connect Terminal9 to low level (<0.6VDC), the sensitivity of detector will be reduced to about 1/8 of original level.
6. Technical Specifications
Power Requirements
Supply Voltage
Current Consumption (quiescent)
Current Consumption (alarm)
Voltage Ripple
Step Change
Slow Change of Supply Voltage
Warm-up Time
Sensitivity
Adjustable Sensitivity
Reduced Sensitivity (Maintenance, Service) Input
Detection Radius (Thermal Tools) on Concrete K350
Detection Radius (Thermal Tools) on Steel
Alarm Outputs
Solid State Relay SPDT (Change Over)
Transistor Open Collector
Alarm Hold Time
Sabotage Protection
Pry-off and Cover Switch
Low Supply Voltage Alarm *
Temperature Alarm *
Internal Functional Alarm*
* Sabotage and fault functions will cause the alarm relay to drop.
Inputs
RT
Remote test of detector mounting and detector function or
J20
Alarm
Remote test of detector electronics only.
NO
C
NC
0V
V+
Reduced Sensitivity (maintenance, service) Input
External EOL
Installation Tool
Resistor
A noise and alarm indicator is incorporated to support sensitivity setting.
Z2
C OM
Environmental Conditions
Maximum Humidity
Operation Temperature
Storage Temperature
Environmental Class (VdS)
Housing Protection Category
Housing
Dimensions (H x W x D)
Noise LED
Chassis and Cover
Color
Noise indicator OFF
Weight
Noise indicator ON
7. Certifications and Approvals
SC100 Seismic Vibration Detector meets approvals as
below:
NF&A2P Type 3
IMQ Type 3 (Pending)
UL (Pending)
ULC (Pending)
CE
CCC
VdS G 110004 class C
9. Shipping List
Description
SC100 Seismic Vibration Detector
Screw M4x8mm
Cable Strap
Drill Plan
Two-way Jumper Link
Installation Guide
Pictures in the manual are for reference only. Please see the actual items.
The products will be updated and the information shall not be distributed.
Please read the book before operation and keep it properly for future use.
The manual has been reviewed and the accuracy is guaranteed. If there is any uncertainty or controversy, please refer to the final explanation of
Honeywell. Honeywell does not take any responsibility for any consequences caused by misunderstanding of the manual or improper operations.
Function
Method
No test
Connect jumper to J1 pin 1 only.
Connect jumper to J1 pin 1 and 2;
Electronics test
Apply 0 volt to terminal 10 on the terminal
block (see
Figure
6) to start the test.
Connect Test Transmitter SC113 to J1 (black
Complete test
cable to pin 2 and red cable to pin 3);
including mounting
Apply 0 volt to terminal 10 on the terminal
check
block (see
Figure
6) to start the test.
8 ~ 16 VDC, nominal 12 VDC
Typical 3 mA @ 12 VDC
Typical 2 mA @ 12 VDC
100Hz, ≤10% of nominal voltage
Unom +/- 25%
Unom +/- 25%
< 5 sec
4 levels by DIP Switches
Active low (terminal 9) ≤ 0.6 VDC
5 m
5 m
30 VDC / 100 mA / typical Ri=25 Ω
Active low during alarm / Ri=1.38 kΩ
Approx. 2.5 sec
30 VDC / 100 mA
< 6.5 VDC
+85°C ± 5°C
Stainless steel drill shield
Active low ≤ 0.6 VDC, test duration < 1 sec
Active low ≤ 0.6 VDC, duration = as long as active low
Sensitivity reduction to 12.5 %
95% RH (non-condensing)
-40°C ~ +70°C
-50°C ~ +70°C
III
IP43 IK04
80 mm x 60 mm x 21 mm
Die-cast metal
RAL7035 (light grey)
0.228kg
8. Ordering Information
Mounting Plate
Movable Mounting Kit
Keyhole Protection Kit
Test Transmitter
1.8m Armored Cable Kit (8 wires)
External Test Transmitter
Recess Mounting Box
Floor Mounting Box
Spacer for Keyhole Protection Kit
Quantity
1
2
1
1
1
1
Notice for Installation Guide
Result
A successful remote test will be
acknowledged by an alarm from
the detector within 1 second.
A successful remote test
including mounting check will be
acknowledged by an alarm from
the detector within 1 second.
SC110
SC111
SC112
SC113
SC114
SC115
SC116
SC117
SC118
Honeywell
© 2010 Honeywell International Inc.
www.honeywell.com/security
Document 800-04805 Rev. C

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