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Wgla limit switch used in conjunction with the limitless wpmm series
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Installation and Technical Manual for the
Limitless™ Series WGLA Limit Switch
used in conjunction with the Limitless™ WPMM Series
WARNING
PERSONAL INJURY
• DO NOT USE these products as safety or emergency
stop devices or in any other application where failure of
the product could result in personal injury.
Failure to comply with these instructions could result in
death or serious injury.
WARNING
Honeywell does not recommend using devices for critical
control applications where there is, or may be, a single point
of failure or where single points of failure may result in an
unsafe condition. It is up to the end-user to weigh the risks
and benefits to determine if the products are appropriate for
the application based on security, safety and performance.
Additionally, it is up to the end-user to ensure that the
control strategy results in a safe operating condition if any
crucial segment of the control solution fails.
Honeywell customers assume full responsibility for learning
and meeting the required Declaration of Conformity,
Regulations, Guidelines, etc. for each country in their
distribution market.
Failure to comply with these instructions could result in
death or serious injury.
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WARNING
RF EXPOSURE
• To satisfy FCC RF exposure requirements for mobile
transmitting devices, a separation distance of 20 cm or
more should be maintained between the antenna of this
device and persons during device operation To ensure
compliance, operation at closer than this distance is not
recommended. The antenna used for this transmission
must not be co-located in conjunction with any other
antenna or transmitter.
Failure to comply with these instructions could result
in death or serious injury.
WARNING
• The WGLA must be installed in accordance with the
requirements specified in this document. See Section 3
and Section 4 for EIRP requirements. Only the specified
EIRP power settings, antenna types and gains and cable
lengths (attenuation) as outlined in this document are
valid for WGLA Series installations.
CAUTION
• Power to the WGLA should not be applied (ensure
battery is removed) during installation of antenna as
damage could occur to the WGLA electronics.
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  • Page 1 WARNING must not be co-located in conjunction with any other antenna or transmitter. Honeywell does not recommend using devices for critical Failure to comply with these instructions could result control applications where there is, or may be, a single point in death or serious injury.
  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    Antenna Connection, Styles, and Mounting Options ................... 23 6.2.3.1 Antenna Connection, Styles, and Mounting Options ....................23 6.2.3.2 Antenna Styles and Mounting Options .......................... 23 6.2.4 Antenna Adjustment Considerations ......................26 IGNAL ANGE OF AN NTENNA ..........................26 Honeywell Sensing and Control...
  • Page 3 ........................ 33 ATTERY EPLACEMENT ............................. 33 ACCESSORIES ................................. 35 CTUATORS .................................. 35 NTENNA PTIONS ..............................36 NTENNA ABLE PTIONS ............................37 OUNTING PTIONS ..............................38 INSTALLATION DRAWINGS ............................39 RAWING VAILABILITY ............................... 39 TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDES ..........................40 Honeywell Sensing and Control...
  • Page 4 Table 9 – Electrical Specifications ..........................6 Table 10 – Environmental Specifications ........................7 Table 11 – EIRP Limits Per Antenna ........................... 11 Table 12 – Cable/Connector Loss Per Antenna Type for the WGLA Series .............. 11 Honeywell Sensing and Control...
  • Page 5: Description

    The WGLA will transmit the position of its actuator to a Limitless™ Wireless Panel Mount Monitor (WPMM Series). The WPMM will then indicate the actuator position of the WGLA via a visual indicator, audible indicator and/or electronic output. The WGLA supports no electrical signal inputs and is powered by a replaceable battery. Honeywell Sensing and Control...
  • Page 6: Model Reference

    Limitless™ WGLA Series 50051863 Issue 2 1.3 Model Reference Honeywell Sensing and Control...
  • Page 7: Abbreviations And Definitions

    North America – United States of America and Canada NEMA National Electrical Manufacturers Association R&TTE Radio and Telecommunications Terminal Equipment RP-SMA Reverse Polarity SMA connector Radio Frequency Transmit WGLA Wireless Global Limit Switch Series WPMM Wireless Panel Mount Monitor Series Honeywell Sensing and Control...
  • Page 8: Symbol Definitions

    NB is involved in the conformity assessment procedure. The alert sign must be used when a restriction on use (output power limit by a country at certain frequencies) applies to the equipment and must follow the CE marking. Honeywell Sensing and Control...
  • Page 9: Specifications

    Sweden Ireland United Kingdom Italy Table 6 – Other European Countries Country ISO 3166 2 letter code Country ISO 3166 2 letter code Bosnia and Herzegovina Norway Croatia Russian Federation Iceland Serbia Liechtenstein Switzerland Macedonia Turkey Honeywell Sensing and Control...
  • Page 10: List Of Tables

    3.6 Vdc Lithium Thionyl Chloride; 2/3AA size; Manufacturer: Uniwell, P/N DEV-10-0009 2.5 EMC Specifications The latest applicable EMC Standards are as follows: • EN 300 328, V1.7.1 • EN 61326-1 (2006) • EN 301 489-1, V1.8.1 • EN 301 489-17, V2.1.1 Honeywell Sensing and Control...
  • Page 11: Environmental Specifications

    • This Class B digital apparatus has been tested and found to comply with Canadian ICES-003. • French: Cet appareil numérique de la classe B est conforme à la norme NMB-003 du Canada. Honeywell Sensing and Control...
  • Page 12: Radio Frequency (Rf) Safety Statement (Fcc & Ic)

    Information regarding national restrictions can be found in document: ERC/REC 70-03 (Relating to the use of short-range devices including appendixes and annexes). Documentation may be found in the document database in the European Communication’s office. • http://www.erodocdb.dk/doks/dochistory.aspx?docintid=1622 Honeywell Sensing and Control...
  • Page 13: European (Ce) Declaration Of Conformity (Doc)

    European (CE) Declaration of Conformity (DoC) 2.8.1 European Declaration of Conformity Statements This section contains the European Declaration of Conformity (DoC) statement for the radio used in the Limitless™ WGLA switch. Figure 1. European Declaration of Conformity (DoC) Honeywell Sensing and Control...
  • Page 14: For More Information About The R&Tte Directive

    EIRP = 8 dBm – 4.53 dB + 5.5 dBi EIRP = 8.97 dBm (value is less than the max. EIRP allowed of 10.00 dBm) Antenna gain is expressed relative to a (theoretical) isotropic reference antenna (dBi). Honeywell Sensing and Control...
  • Page 15: Country Communication Agency Eirp Limits Per Antenna

    EIRP (dBm) = Max. Radio Output Power (dBm) – Min. Cable/Connector Loss (dB) + Max. Antenna Gain (dBi) Values found in Tables 11 and 12. EIRP = 8 dBm – 4.53 dB + 5.5 dBi EIRP = 8.97 dBm (value is less than the max. EIRP allowed of 10.00 dBm) Honeywell Sensing and Control 11...
  • Page 16: Quick Start Up

    WGLA connector jack under the same mounting procedure as the direct mount antenna. The other end of the extension cable will need to mate with antenna connector directly. Refer to Section 6.3 for further information regarding installation. Honeywell Sensing and Control...
  • Page 17: Battery Connection Procedure

    RISK OF DEATH OR SERIOUS INJURY FROM EXPLOSION OR FIRE • If WGLA is to be returned to Honeywell for any reason, the battery MUST be removed prior to shipping. Dispose of used batteries promptly per local regulations or the battery manufacturer’s recommendations.
  • Page 18: Pairing Mode

    ATTENTION The operation and LED functions for the WPMM are visually depicted and described in Section 5.4. This file is also located as a separate file on this CD or at www.honeywell.com/sensing. ATTENTION The operation and LED functions for the WPMM are visually depicted and described in Section 5.4.
  • Page 19: Figure 4. Limitless™ Switch Housing

    NOTE: Use a blunt object, such as a paper clip or  tooth pick to actuate the function switch NOTE: Use a blunt object, such as a paper clip or  tooth pick to actuate the function switch Figure 7. Limitless™ Switch Label Placement Honeywell Sensing and Control 15...
  • Page 20: Wgla Purge Mode

    NPN state change). The operation and LED functions for the WPMM are visually depicted and described in the attached file. This file is also located as a separate file on this CD or @ www.honeywell.com/sensing. Honeywell Sensing and Control...
  • Page 21: Figure 8. Wpmm Operation And Led Functions Chart - Part 1

    Limitless™ WGLA Series 50051863 Issue 2 Figure 8. WPMM Operation and LED Functions Chart – part 1 Honeywell Sensing and Control 17...
  • Page 22: Figure 9. Wpmm Operation And Led Functions Chart - Part 2

    Limitless™ WGLA Series 50051863 Issue 2 Figure 9. WPMM Operation and LED Functions Chart – part 2 Honeywell Sensing and Control...
  • Page 23: Antenna Considerations/Options And Switch/Antenna Installation

    [10 ft] Protect against direct RG-174 coax black ABS 1040D mount rain, salt, snow, ice, etc. *Reference Limitless™ Nomenclature (i.e. WPMM Series, WGLA Series, etc.) **Reference Limitless™ Environment Usage section 6.5 for further details Honeywell Sensing and Control 19...
  • Page 24: Omni-Directional Antenna Design

    For instance, this is analogous to the reflector in an automobile’s headlight. The reflector does not add light or increase the luminous intensity of the light bulb, rather it simply directs all the light energy in the forward direction where the light is needed most. Honeywell Sensing and Control...
  • Page 25: Antenna Mounting And Considerations

    Another concern is RF interference, discussed in Section 1.5.3. Figure 11. WGLA to WPMM Antennas with RF Signal Line of Sight (LOS) Free From Obstacles Figure 12. WGLA to WPMM Antennas with RF Signal Line of Sight (LOS) Affected by Obstacles Honeywell Sensing and Control 21...
  • Page 26: Outdoor Installation Warnings

    Use a non-conductive dry board, stick, or rope to push, pull, or drag them so they no longer are in contact with electrical power. • Once they are no longer contacting electrical power, administer CPR if certified, and make sure emergency medical aid has been requested. Honeywell Sensing and Control...
  • Page 27: Antenna Connection, Styles, And Mounting Options

    A benefit of the tilt & swivel design is that it allows easier positioning in relation to other antenna(s) to obtain a suitable RF signal. Honeywell Sensing and Control 23...
  • Page 28: Figure 15. Straight And Tilt/Swivel Antennas

    Figure 16. Adhesive Mount Figure 17. Adhesive Mount Antenna Figure 18. Adhesive Mount Antenna – Step 1. Pre-clean the – Step 2. Peel Protection from Antenna – Step 3. Mount the surface Adhesive Strip Antenna Honeywell Sensing and Control...
  • Page 29: Figure 19. Mast Mount Antenna - Tighten Nut On Mounting Bracket

    Assemble two U-clamps around mast and tighten nuts to ensure lock washers provided are compressed to a flat condition. Figure 19. Mast Mount Antenna – Figure 20. Mast Mount Antenna – Tighten nut on mounting bracket Side View with Attachment to Pipe Honeywell Sensing and Control 25...
  • Page 30: Antenna Adjustment Considerations

    (i.e. outdoor urban, indoors, etc.) that the Limitless™ product is operating in. The Honeywell antenna range calculator can be used to estimate the expected signal range that can be achieved between the WGLA switch and WPMM monitor with chosen antennas, cable extensions, radio output, etc. The calculator can be found at www.honeywell.com/limitless.
  • Page 31: Choosing An Antenna Gain (Dbi) With Acceptable Fade-Margin

    10 dB attenuator (i.e. Crystek – Part number: CATTEN-0100) • RP-SMA female to SMA male connector adaptor (i.e. Connector City – Part number : ADP-SMAM-RPSF) • RP-SMA male to SMA female connector adaptor (i.e. Connector City – Part number : ADP-RPSM-SMAF) Honeywell Sensing and Control 27...
  • Page 32: Environment Usage/Concerns

    ATTENTION National, local and/or regulatory agencies may require the use of a lightning arrestor and possibly other requirements for an antenna system installation. It is recommended that the customer review and adhere to these requirements. Honeywell Sensing and Control...
  • Page 33: Rf Interference

    Once the RF sources are identified and located, it may allow the Limitless™ Series antennas to be moved away from the identified RF sources to achieve acceptable performance. The other option is removing the external source, if feasible. Honeywell Sensing and Control 29...
  • Page 34: Wgla Mounting/Mechanical Actuators

    Figure 23. Limitless™ WGLA mounting hole diagram The WGLA Series switch has many actuator types and associated specifications (see below). Additional information regarding the instructions for reading of the bar charts can be found at: www.honeywell.com/sensing Honeywell Sensing and Control...
  • Page 35: Figure 24. Limitless™ Switch Actuator Characteristics

    Limitless™ WGLA Series 50051863 Issue 2 Figure 24. Limitless™ Switch Actuator characteristics Side Rotary Head with GLZ51 Series Lever Side Rotary Head with GLZ52 Series Lever Honeywell Sensing and Control 31...
  • Page 36 Limitless™ WGLA Series 50051863 Issue 2 Side Rotary Head with GLZ54 Series Lever Top Pin Plunger Head Honeywell Sensing and Control...
  • Page 37: Inspection And Maintenance

    RISK OF DEATH OR SERIOUS INJURY FROM EXPLOSION OR FIRE • If WGLA Series switch is to be returned to Honeywell for any reason, the battery MUST be removed prior to shipping. Dispose of used batteries promptly per local regulations or the battery manufacturer’s recommendations.
  • Page 38: Figure 25. Limitless™ Wgla Battery Replacement

    Dispose of used battery promptly per local regulations or the battery manufacturer’s recommendations. Keep away from children. Do not disassemble and do not expose of in fire. Note: Re-pairing via pairing mode is not required after installing a new battery Figure 25. Limitless™ WGLA Battery Replacement Honeywell Sensing and Control...
  • Page 39: Accessories

    Limitless™ WGLA Series 50051863 Issue 2 ACCESSORIES 8.1 Actuators Honeywell Sensing and Control 35...
  • Page 40: Antenna Options

    WAN01RSP WAN02RSP WAN05RSP with WAN03RSP Flat Design, WAN06RNJ Straight Straight Tilt and Swivel WAMM100RSP-005 Adhesive Mount Antenna Design, Bracket Design Direct Design, Direct Mount Tilt and Swivel Design, Mount Antenna Mount Antenna Magnetic Mount Antenna Connector Honeywell Sensing and Control...
  • Page 41: Antenna Cable Options

    Limitless™ WGLA Series 50051863 Issue 2 8.3 Antenna Cable Options Limitless™ Cable Accessories WCA200RNPRSP-002/010 Cable Assembly Honeywell Sensing and Control 37...
  • Page 42: Mounting Options

    Limitless™ WGLA Series 50051863 Issue 2 8.4 Mounting Options Limitless™ Panel Mount Accessories WAMM100RSP-005/010 Magnetic Antenna Mount Honeywell Sensing and Control...
  • Page 43: Installation Drawings

    Limitless™ WGLA Series 50051863 Issue 2 INSTALLATION DRAWINGS 9.1 Drawing Availability Complete installation drawings for each listing of the Limitless™ WGLA Series switch and accessories are available at www.honeywell.com/sensing Honeywell Sensing and Control 39...
  • Page 44: Troubleshooting Guides

    Limitless™ switch Antenna alignment is not Reposition antenna per Section 6.3 acceptable Damage to antenna cable Replace antenna cable per Section 6.3 Loose antenna or cable Check connections and tighten as necessary per connections Section 6.3 Honeywell Sensing and Control...
  • Page 45 External actuator of (green LED ON, amber LED OFF) Replace Limitless™ actuator Limitless™ switch damaged Actuating head of Limitless™ Replace Limitless™ actuating head switch damaged Limitless™ switch internal Replace Limitless™ switch electronics damaged Damaged output Replace WPMM Honeywell Sensing and Control 41...
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