Installation; Technical Specifications; Year Limited Warranty - GE AS610RF Installation Instructions Manual

Radio self-powered siren, bi-directional with lithium batteries
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B. The AS610RF-TR transceiver unit:
For convenience, memorization may be done before the unit is
installed. This facilitates the verification of code learning. Programming
must be performed with the ON/OFF and ALARM inputs in standby
status:
Connect T3 to +ve or T4 to –ve
Connect T5 to +ve or T6 to –ve
Connect power to T1 and T2
Memorization of the codes
The siren and transceiver module are delivered from the factory not
linked to each other. Before installation you need to memorize the
unique code from the transceiver on the siren and vice-versa.
If you have more than one siren in a system, you should use 1
transceiver in your system and individually program each siren on the
transceiver unit. The transceiver unit can control up to 8 wireless
sirens with the possibility to receive and manage all information
coming from the memorized sirens.
A. To memorize the AS610RF-TR transceiver on the AS610RF siren:
1.
Press button P1 on the siren. LED DL1 will come on steady.
2.
Release button P1 within 5 seconds. The LED DL1 will start
flashing slowly.
3.
On the transceiver card, press button P1. The siren memorizes
the code and confirms with a beep and by flashing the LED.
B. To memorize the AS610RF siren on the AS610RF-TR transceiver:
1.
On the transceiver card, press button P2 for at least 5 seconds.
The display shows "P" for 2 seconds and then a flashing " 1 " .
2.
On the siren card, press button P1. Continue pressing P1 for
approximately 10 seconds (LED is off – LED comes ON – LED
starts flashing). As soon as the LED starts to flash, release button
P1. When a valid code is received, the display on the transceiver
comes on steady to confirm memorization, and confirms with a
beep.
To program more than 1 siren, each brief press of button P2 causes
the display to show in sequence number 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 and then back
to 1, 2 etc.
C. To exit programming:
Press P2 for at least 5 seconds. The display shows the central dash
and normal receive operations begin.
There is also an automatic exit from programming after 3 minutes.
D. To cancel a memorized code:
1.
Press P2 for at least 5 seconds, and use P2 to select the number
of a previously memorized siren (display on steady).
2.
Press P1 for at least 5 seconds. The display will start flashing as it
stands by for a new valid code.
3.
Press P2 to exit programming.

Installation

Installing the siren
Use the 4 openings of the back plate to attach the siren to the desired
location. Do not install the siren on metallic surfaces, which may have
a negative impact on radio range. Avoid placing it too close to possible
magnetic fields, such as electrical panels, electrical power meters,
cranes, scaffolding, etc. The side of the siren where the internal
antennas are located must not be placed near iron girders, niches in
sheet metal, etc. Place the siren as near as possible to the AS610RF-TR
card.
Installing the transceiver unit
Mount the unit inside the control panel if it is a plastic housing, or
outside of the control panel in a plastic housing with a tamper switch.
Connect the inputs and outputs according to section "Description of
inputs and outputs on the transceiver unit", and power the unit.
Testing the system
Run several tests to check that the siren is operating correctly: from
the control panel where the AS610RF-TR card has been previously
installed, transmit an alarm signal and the activation/de-activation
signal. Check the communication from the siren to the transceiver by
performing a tamper test, for example.
Close the siren's metal and plastic cover with the screws provided. Run
the radio check again.
Notes on siren anti-tampering
When tampering is detected, the siren immediately sends a tamper
signal to the control unit and an alarm cycle is independently started.
To allow the enclosure to be opened without generating an alarm, the
anti-tampering circuit is not processed for the first 30 seconds after
each receipt of the system disarm signal.
Notes on low battery level control
When battery level drops below 6 V, this information is inserted in all
transmissions to the control unit. The sound signal doubles its
operating frequency and the luminous panel flashes more rapidly.
If the sound and optic signals have been bypassed using DIP switches
5 and 6, they will activate automatically when the batteries are low.

Technical specifications

AS610RF wireless siren
Nominal operating voltage .....7.2 VDC (2x3.6 size "D" Lithium batteries)
Battery pack ............................................................................................................. BS60
Power input in standby:..........................................................................100 microA
Maximum power input ..................................................................................500 mA
Operating frequency................................................................................433.92 Mhz
Transmitting module power..........................................................................10 mW
Radio range ................................................................................. 100 m in open field
Sound output at 1 m ......................................................................................... 105 dB
Sound frequency................................... 2600 to 3600 Hz or 1400 to 2000 Hz
Cut-off timer...........................................................................................30 s, 60 s, 90 s
Operating temperature ...................................................................... -25 to + 40°C
Housing ................................................................................................... Polycarbonate
Dimensions .................................................................................. 300 x 210 x 87 mm
AS610RF-TF transceiver unit
Nominal operating voltage.......................................................................... 12 V DC
Current consumption – nominal ..................................................................20 mA
Current consumption – maximal ......................................................70 mA max
Transmission frequency.........................................................................433.92 Mhz
Reception frequency................................................................................433.92 Mhz
Operating temperature ...................................................................... + 5 to + 40°C

2-year limited warranty

GE Security B.V. warrants that this product will be free of defects in
material and workmanship for two years from the date of production.
This warranty is limited to repair or replacement at GE Security's
option. Damages caused by modification, abuse or misuse, wear and
tear, improper installation, application, storage, fault or negligence of a
party other than GE Security B.V. is not covered. GE Security B.V. will
not be responsible for labor costs of removal or reinstallation of
products. The repaired or replaced product is then warranted under
the terms of this Limited Warranty for the balance of the term of the
Warranty or for 90 days whichever is longer. GE SECURITY MAKES NO
OTHER WARRANTY EXPRESS OR IMPLIED OF MERCHANTABILITY OR
FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. IN NO EVENT SHALL GE
SECURITY BE LIABLE FOR LOSS OF USE, LOST PROFITS, THEFT,
PROPERTY DAMAGE, SPECIAL, INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL
DAMAGES. To obtain repair or replacement information under the
terms of this warranty, please contact your local supplier.
www.gesecurity.eu.
The European directive "Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment"
(WEEE) aims to minimise the impact of electrical and electronic
equipment waste on the environment and human health. For proper
treatment, recovery and recycling, you can return the equipment
marked with this symbol to your local supplier upon the purchase of
equivalent new equipment, or dispose of it in designated collection
points. Further information can be found on the following website:
www.recyclethis.info
European representative for manufacture (EMC): GE Security B.V.,
Kelvinstraat 7, 6003 DH Weert, The Netherlands.
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