Bosch wLSN System Reference Manual
Bosch wLSN System Reference Manual

Bosch wLSN System Reference Manual

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  • Page 1 Local SecurityNetwork System Reference Guide...
  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Using this Manual Installation Considerations RFSS Mode (RF Signal Strength) Prepare the wLSN Diversity Hub for RFSS Testing RFSS Test using the wLSN Diversity Hub and wLSN Installation Tool10 Discovering and Defaulting a wLSN Device Discovering a wLSN Device Defaulting a wLSN Device...
  • Page 4 | Table of Contents wLSN 5.11 wLSN Key Fob 5.12 wLSN Smoke Detector 5.13 wLSN Glass Break Detector 5.13.1 Installation Considerations 5.13.2 Sensitivity Settings 5.13.3 Testing 5.13.4 Low Battery Indication 5.13.5 Entering RFSS Mode Trademarks, Icons, and Symbols Trademarks Icons and Symbols F01U138553 | 01 | 2010.05...
  • Page 5: Using This Manual

    Using this Manual | en Using this Manual This document contains the basic information that a trained installer needs to install the wireless Local SecurityNetwork (wLSN). It supplements the documents listed in Table 1.1, Page 5. This manual contains: –...
  • Page 6: Installation Considerations

    – Avoid mounting wLSN devices in areas with large metallic objects, electrical panels (for example: control panel or fuse box) or electric motors. They might reduce the radio- frequency (RF) range of a wLSN device.
  • Page 7 Batteries are identified with a crossed out trash can symbol. If the batteries contain specific harmful substances, the chemical symbols are also indicated: – Cd - Cadmium – Pb - Lead – Hg - Mercury Bosch Security Systems, Inc. System Reference Guide F01U138553 | 01 | 2010.05...
  • Page 8: Rfss Mode (Rf Signal Strength)

    When testing for RF signal strength, the wLSN Diversity Hub and the control panel must be set to the same EN50131 Security Grade. CAUTION! If you have wLSN devices that you will not immediately install, reinsert the battery tabs or remove the batteries to prevent battery depletion. NOTICE!
  • Page 9: Prepare The Wlsn Diversity Hub For Rfss Testing

    Refer to Figure 3.1. To remove the hub from the base, push gently down on the hub and slide it off the base. Refer to Figure 3.1. Figure 3.1 Removing the wLSN Diversity Hub from the Base Callout Description Unlock hub...
  • Page 10: Rfss Test Using The Wlsn Diversity Hub And Wlsn Installation

    RFSS. Go to the installation location for the first wLSN device. Press any key on the wLSN Installation Tool to turn it on. The screen shows the start-up display. Press and hold the [*] and [#] keys to enter RFSS Mode.
  • Page 11 RFSS Mode (RF Signal Strength) | en If the reading on the wLSN Installation Tool is at least acceptable, mount the base for the wireless device. If the reading on the wLSN Installation Tool is is either unacceptable or marginal, find a better location for the wireless device.
  • Page 12: Discovering And Defaulting A Wlsn Device

    Discovering and Defaulting a wLSN Device Discovering a wLSN Device Discovery is the process by which the wLSN Diversity Hub identifies and includes new devices into a system. For the wLSN network to operate properly, the following process must occur:...
  • Page 13: Defaulting A Wlsn Device

    Discovering and Defaulting a wLSN Device | en Defaulting a wLSN Device Defaulting a wLSN device returns it to an undiscovered state. After a device is defaulted, it can be enrolled into a wLSN network. NOTICE! When the Inertia Detector is defaulted, its LED briefly turns off and on, and then the detector enters Test Mode.
  • Page 14 Release the cover tamper switch within five sec after the RFSS Mode LED turns on. The device is now defaulted. ID:000000000 RF1100E Figure 4.1 wLSN Glass Break Tamper Switches and RFSS Mode LED Callout Description Wall tamper switch (back of detector)
  • Page 15 Discovering and Defaulting a wLSN Device | en Callout Description Wall tamper switch (back of siren) Cover tamper switch (inside of siren) RFSS LED (inside of siren) Defaulting a Smoke Detector Rotate the detector counter-clockwise to remove it from the mounting base.
  • Page 16 | Discovering and Defaulting a wLSN Device wLSN Figure 4.5 Transmitter PCB and Jumper Pins Callout Description Housing base Transmitter PCB Jumper plug in normal operating position (plug covers a single pin) Jumper plug removed from pin Jumper plug covering both pins Reinsert the batteries.
  • Page 17: Wlsn Devices

    Devices | en wLSN Devices wLSN Installation Tool (ISW-BIT1-HAX, ISW-BIT1-HBX, ISW-BIT1-HCX) Use the wLSN Installation Tool to determine the best installation locations for wLSN device installation. The Installation Tool communicates signal strength and packet success ratios through an LCD display.
  • Page 18 | wLSN Devices wLSN Callout Description 2 line x 16 character LCD display The display flashes and beeps every four sec to indicate a status change. Power Indicator – On: Batteries are fully charged – Off: Installation tool is operating on only battery power –...
  • Page 19: Wlsn Diversity Hub

    Devices | en wLSN Diversity Hub (ISW-BHB2-WX) The wLSN Diversity Hub acts as the link between wLSN devices and the control panel. As the wireless network master, the wLSN Diversity Hub provides network timing and synchronization, monitors wLSN devices and network status, and sends configuration data to the wLSN devices as required.
  • Page 20 | wLSN Devices wLSN Rotary Switches There are three rotary switches on the wLSN Diversity Hub: S1, S2, and S3. Use S1 to make the following settings: – Set the data bus address for hub-to-control panel communication during normal operation –...
  • Page 21 Devices | en Status LED The green LED shows the device’s status during power-up, self-test, network configuration, and normal operation. Figure 5.3 wLSN Diversity Hub Status LED Callout Description Status LED Operation LED Display Self Test and Hardware LED flashes twice each sec.
  • Page 22: Wlsn Pir And Dual Motion Detectors

    Six AA 1.5 V alkaline batteries Mounting Height 2.3 m to 2.7 m (7.5 ft to 9.0 ft) Table 5.5 wLSN PIR and Dual Motion Detector Specifications 5.3.1 Sensitivity Settings Sensitivity settings are set at the control panel. Refer to the control panel’s documentation for detailed information.
  • Page 23 Devices | en Adjusting the Microwave Range in Dual Motion Detectors NOTICE! The microwave sensor in the dual motion detectors is adjusted in the factory to sense motion to a minimum of 11 m (35 ft). If the detector’s red or yellow LED does not light, the microwave coverage requires adjustment: Turn the potentiometer as shown in Figure 5.4 to increase...
  • Page 24: Walk Test

    | wLSN Devices wLSN 5.3.2 Walk Test NOTICE! To maximize battery life, the LED elements do not activate unless the detector is in the Walk Test mode. Perform a walk test to determine the boundaries of the coverage area.
  • Page 25 Devices | en LED Color Function Green to red – fast flash Power-up (Walk Test disabled) Green – lights for 3 sec Motion detected by PIR Yellow – lights for 3 sec Motion detected by microwave To adjust the detector’s microwave range, refer to Page 23.
  • Page 26: Wlsn Door-Window Contact

    | wLSN Devices wLSN wLSN Door-Window Contact (ISW-BMC1-S135X) The wLSN Door-Window Contact is a magnetic reed switch andwireless transceiver used for monitoring doors, windows, and other dry contact devices. A cover-and-wall tamper switch transmits a tamper signal whenthe cover is removed from its base, or when the unit is pulled away from the wall.
  • Page 27 Devices | en Figure 5.6 Single EOL Resistor Option Callout Description Normally-open (NO) Normally-closed (NC) Alarm Resistor and Tamper Option Place a maximum of five normally-closed contacts in series with the 2.2 k-ohm EOL resistor. Each contact has either a 1.5 k-ohm or 2.2 k-ohm resistor across it.
  • Page 28 | wLSN Devices wLSN Zone-Doubled or EOL Resistor and Tamper Option Only two normally-closed contacts can be used in series with the 1 k-ohm resistor across it. The other contact has a 2.2 k-ohm resistor across it. The zone recognizes if one contact, both contacts, or neither contact opened.
  • Page 29: Wlsn Recessed Door-Window Contact

    Circuit Board Removal Needle nose pliers are recommended Table 5.9 wLSN Recessed Door-Window Contact Specifications NOTICE! Mounting the wLSN Recessed Door-Window Contact in a metal door or window frame can degrade the RF signal strength. Figure 5.9 wLSN Recessed Door-Window Contact Callout...
  • Page 30: Wlsn Mini Door-Window Contact

    | wLSN Devices wLSN wLSN Mini Door-Window Contact (ISW-BMC1-M82X) Similar to the wLSN Door-Window Contact, the wLSN Mini Door-Window Contact is a wireless transceiver device used for monitoring doors and windows. A cover-and-wall tamper switch transmits a tamper signal when the cover is removed from its base, or when the unit is pulled away from the wall.
  • Page 31: Wlsn Inertia Detector

    Devices | en wLSN Inertia Detector (ISW-BIN1-S135X) The wLSN Inertia Detector is a vibration detector combined with a wireless transceiver used for monitoring doors or windows. A cover-and-wall tamper switch transmits a tamper signal when the cover is removed from its base, or when the unit is pulled away from the wall.
  • Page 32: Sensitivity Settings

    NOTICE! Route the wiring from the sensor element so it does not make contact with the tamper spring. Refer to Figure 5.12. Figure 5.12 Routing the Wiring in the wLSN Inertia Detector 5.7.1 Sensitivity Settings All sensitivity settings are programmed at the control panel (refer to your control panel’s documentation for more...
  • Page 33: Test Mode

    Devices | en Gross Attack Gross Attack measures vibration activity for a specified length of time. Gross Attack consists of four settings: – Low (default) – Low to Medium – Medium to High – High The settings determine the time duration measurement of the vibration activity.
  • Page 34: Wlsn Relay Module

    Relay Module (ISW-BRL1-WX) The wLSN Relay Module allows the control panel to control external devices through a Form C relay. This module also provides a supervised point for monitoring external devices. Refer to Section 5.4 wLSN Door-Window Contact, page 26 for device wiring options.
  • Page 35: Wlsn Sirens

    5.9.1 wLSN Indoor Sirens (ISW-BSR1-WX) The wLSN Indoor Siren (ISW-BSR1-WX) is a wireless sounding device that provides audible notification of 85 dB at 3 m (10 ft). It also provides auxiliary power input terminals to supplement battery power when siren use is high.
  • Page 36 | wLSN Devices wLSN (ISW-BSR1-WIX) The wLSN Indoor Siren (ISW-BSR1-WIX) is a wireless sounding device that provides audible notificaton of >90 dB at 1 m (3 ft). WARNING! The siren is loud. When the siren is sounding, wear ear protection or remain a reasonable distance from the device.
  • Page 37: Wlsn Outdoor Siren

    Devices | en 5.9.2 wLSN Outdoor Siren (ISW-BSR1-WOX) The wLSN Outdoor Siren provides audible and visual notification from a loud siren (>90 dB when measured at 1 m) and an array of ultra-bright LEDs. WARNING! The siren is loud and the LED array is bright. When the siren is sounding, wear ear protection or remain a reasonable distance from the device.
  • Page 38 Flashes every 20 sec from 30 min of the alarm until the siren is turned off Reserved for future use. Table 5.16 DIP Switch Settings for wLSN Outdoor Siren F01U138553 | 01 | 2010.05 System Reference Guide Bosch Security Systems, Inc.
  • Page 39: Wlsn Water Sensor/Low Temperature Sensor

    If the air temperature at the transceiver module housing (not at the water probe) goes below +7°C (+45°F) for more than 30 sec, the sensor transmits a signal to the wLSN Diversity Hub. 5.10.1 Installation Considerations...
  • Page 40: Testing And Enabling The Sensor

    | wLSN Devices wLSN 5.10.2 Testing and Enabling the Sensor Test each newly discovered device during the Point Test to enable the device. If specific point numbers are preferred, test devices in the appropriate order. To enable and test the water sensor and low-temperature sensor functions, test them as described in the following sections.
  • Page 41 Devices | en Testing and Enabling When Only the Low-temperature Sensor is Required During the Point Test, test the low-temperature sensor. Refer to Table 5.17 for instructions. The system announces “Point xx was tested.” Do not connect the water sensor probe.
  • Page 42: Wlsn Key Fob

    | wLSN Devices wLSN 5.11 wLSN Key Fob (ISW-BKF1-H5X) The wLSN Key Fob is a two-way personal transceiver carried by the user. Use it to remotely arm or disarm a security area. Specification Value Power Two CR2032 lithium batteries, 3 VDC Gaskets Interchangeable;...
  • Page 43 Devices | en Figure 5.15 Key Fob Buttons and LEDs Callout Description Status LED Disarm button Arm button Programmable buttons Button for High intensity LED High intensity LED Key Fob Buttons Refer to your control panel’s documentation to program the functions of the programmable buttons.
  • Page 44: Wlsn Smoke Detector

    5.12 wLSN Smoke Detector (ISW-BSM1-SX) Under normal conditions, the red LED on the wLSN Smoke Detector flashes once every 8 sec while the sensor monitors the surrounding environment. When the sensor detects smoke, the LED changes from flashing to steady and the sounder produces a loud continuous tone.
  • Page 45 Devices | en Battery Replacement Replace the batteries when the LED stops flashing and the sounder chirps every 45 sec. Press the Test/Silence button to silence the low battery chirps for 24 hours. Refer to Figure 5.16, Page 44 for the location of the Test/Silence button.
  • Page 46 | wLSN Devices wLSN Flashes Recommended Action Self-diagnostics failure. Return the device for service or replacement. 2 to 3 The device is becoming insensitive. Clean the detector and retest. If the error continues, replace the detector. 4 to 7 The detector is within the normal sensitivity range.
  • Page 47 Devices | en Cleaning the Detector and Replacing the Optical Chamber Clean the detector cover with a dry or damp cloth as needed to keep it free from dust and dirt. Clean the detector interior annually, or as needed.
  • Page 48 | wLSN Devices wLSN Callout Description Smoke chamber base Optical chamber Alignment arrows Use compressed air or a soft-bristled brush to remove dust and dirt from the smoke chamber base. Align the new optical chamber with the base and snap into place.
  • Page 49: Wlsn Glass Break Detector

    5.13 wLSN Glass Break Detector (ISW-BGB1-SAX) The wLSN Glass Break Detector is a wireless transmitter used for detecting breaking glass. A cover-and-wall tamper switch transmits a tamper signal when the cover is removed from its base, or when the unit is pulled away from the wall.
  • Page 50 | wLSN Devices wLSN EVENT Figure 5.19 wLSN Glass Break Detector Layout Callout Description Cover tamper switch AA batteries Service door Test Mode pads Sensitivity DIP switches EVENT LED (green) ALARM LED (red) LED ENABLE switch (off position) Housing screw RFSS Mode LED (remove housing screw and cover piece) F01U138553 | 01 | 2010.05...
  • Page 51: Installation Considerations

    Devices | en 5.13.1 Installation Considerations NOTICE! Glass break detectors are intended only as a component of a perimeter protection system. You should always use a motion detector together with a glass break detector. For the best detector performance, select a mounting location that is: –...
  • Page 52 | wLSN Devices wLSN Sensitivity SENS1 SENS2 Approximate Range Maximum 7.6 m (25 ft) Medium 4.6 m (15 ft) 3 m (10 ft) Lowest 1.5 m (5 ft) Table 5.24 Glass Break Sensitivity Settings Use a screwdriver to move the sensitivity switches.
  • Page 53: Testing

    Devices | en 5.13.3 Testing Test the detector at least once each year. Test the detector with the 13-332 Sound Sensor Tester. ACTIVATE TEST FLEX 13-332 Figure 5.21 13-332 Sound Sensor Tester Callout Description ACTIVATE/TEST switch Start button...
  • Page 54 | wLSN Devices wLSN Testing the Detector (Flex and Audio Signals) Set the 13-332 Tester switches to the TEST and FLEX positions (Items 1 and 3, Figure 5.21, Page 53). Press the red Start button (Item 2, Figure 5.21, Page 53).
  • Page 55: Low Battery Indication

    – A battery status indication is transmitted from the glass break detector to the wLSN Diversity Hub, and then transmitted from the hub to the control panel. The flashing LEDs and a low battery indication at the control panel are independent of each other and do not necessarily occur at the same time.
  • Page 56: Trademarks, Icons, And Symbols

    | Trademarks, Icons, and Symbols wLSN Trademarks, Icons, and Symbols Trademarks Pet Friendly® is a registered trademark of Bosch Security Systems, Inc. in the United States. Icons and Symbols Refer to Table 6.1 for descriptions of the icons and symbols used in the wLSN documentation.
  • Page 58 Bosch Security Systems, Inc. 130 Perinton Parkway Fairport, NY14450 © Bosch Security Systems, Inc., 2010...

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