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PASSIVE INFRARED MOTION DETECTOR

The Passive Infrared Motion Detector (2GIGPIR1345) is a wall mounted unit with wide angle motion protection. It communicates with the 2GIG Control Panel using the 345 MHz frequency. When set to High (HI) Sensitivity Mode, the PIR has a maximum range of 30 ft deep x 50 ft wide (9.1 m x 15.2 m). The PIR’s pet immune feature can be set to tolerate animals up 55 lbs.

2GIG-PIR1-345 Installation Instructions

Figure 1 Passive Infrared Motion Detector

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Configuring the PIR Features

Ensure that you have inserted the PIR battery as described in Inserting and Replacing the Battery. Then configure the features as follows:

Figure 2 PIR Pet Immune and Sensitivity Features

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Box Contents

Verify that the package includes the following (see Figure 3 PIR and Mounting Bracket Detail on page 2):

1–Passive Infrared Motion Detector (Part A) · 1–Plastic Mounting Bracket (Part B) · 1–Plastic Wall Mount (Part C) · 1–Plastic Corner Mount (Part D) · 2–Plastic Wall Anchors With Screws (not pictured) · 1–Short Phillips Head Screw with Fender (not pictured) · 1–Short Phillips Head Screw (not pictured) · 1–Lithium Coin Battery (not pictured)

Step 1: Setting the Pet Immune Feature

To set the pet immune feature to an appropriate weight:

NOTE: Do not aim the PIR at stairs, furniture, or other surfaces That a pet may climb on. The PIR provides immunity when the room temperature is above 50° F (10° C) and below 90° F (32° C). When mounting the PIR with the plastic mounting bracket, for best protection ensure the PIR is mounted to the wall or corner with NO tilt (see Lens Pattern and Tilt Angles on page 3).

Inserting and Replacing the Battery

To insert or replace the battery: 1 unwrap the PIR and remove the screw from the case bottom. 2 Remove the back plate using a bottom to top lifting motion. 3 Insert the battery. Always match the plus (+) sign on the battery with the flat side of the compartment and the minus () sign on the battery with the spring side. 4 Replace the PIR cover.

With the back plate off, locate the left jumper block immediately above the battery compartment. This is the block labeled PET (see Figure 2 PIR Pet Immune and Sensitivity Features). Gently pull out the jumper and slip it over the desired pins to set one of the pet immune tolerance settings: · 33 LBS. Tolerates pets up to 33 lbs (15 kg). OR · 55 LBS (Default). Tolerates pets up to 55 lbs (25 kg). Continue with the next step below. Locate the right jumper block immediately above the battery compartment on the right. This is the block labeled SENS (see Figure 2 PIR Pet Immune and Sensitivity Features). Gently pull out the jumper and slip it over the desired pins to set the desired sensitivity mode: · LOW (Default). Low sensitivity. This is the recommended setting for pets. OR · HIGH. High sensitivity. Continue with Step 3: Powering ON the PIR on page 2.

Step 2: Setting the Sensitivity Feature

Lead to heat generation, rupture, leakage, explosion, fire, or other injury, or damage. Do not insert the battery into the compartment in the wrong direction. Always replace the battery with the same or equivalent type (see Specifications on page 4). Never recharge or disassemble the battery. Never place the battery in fire or water. Always keep batteries away from small children. If batteries are swallowed, promptly see a doctor. · Always dispose and/or recycle used batteries in accordance with the hazardous waste recovery and recycling regulations for your location. Your city, state, or country may also require you to comply with additional handling, recycling, and disposal requirements.

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Step 3: Powering ON the PIR

With the battery inserted (see Inserting and Replacing the Battery on page 1), press and release the switch labeled TAMPER. It takes approximately 10 seconds for the PIR to power ON.

Mounting the PIR

There are two methods for mounting the PIR: Option A: Bracket Mounting or Option B: Direct to Wall Mounting. For both methods, always mount the PIR at a height of 7.5 ft (2.3 m).

Figure 3 PIR and Mounting Bracket Detail

Locate the barrel end of the Plastic Mounting Bracket. Locate the barrel end of the Plastic Mounting Bracket and carefully set it onto the ribbed pin of the Plastic Wall Mount at the desired angle (see Lens Pattern and Tilt Angles on page 3). From the topside of the Plastic Wall Mount, use the Short Phillips Head Screw with Fender (provided) to secure the mount to the barrel end of the bracket.

Step 2: Corner Mounting Option See Figure 3 PIR and Mounting Bracket Detail. If using Plastic Corner Mount, do the following:

NOTE: Ensure that you have attached the bracket to the PIR

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Back plate (see Step 1: Attaching the Plastic Mounting Bracket to the PIR on page 2).

Use the two (2) Plastic Wall Anchors to hang the Plastic Corner Mount at a height of 7.5 ft (2.3 m). Locate the barrel end of the Plastic Mounting Bracket and carefully set it onto the ribbed pin of the Plastic Wall Mount. Ensure that you set it at the desired angle (see Lens Pattern and Tilt Angles on page 3). From the topside of the Plastic Wall Mount, use the Short Phillips Head Screw with Fender (provided) to secure the mount to the barrel end of the bracket.

Option B: Direct-to-Wall Mounting

Option A: Bracket Mounting

See Figure 3 PIR and Mounting Bracket Detail. If you plan to mount the PIR to either the Plastic Wall Mount or Plastic Corner Mount, you must first attach the Plastic Mounting Bracket to the PIR back plate. Step 1: Attaching the Plastic Mounting Bracket to the PIR 1 Remove the PIR back plate. 2 Insert the two stubs on the Plastic Mounting Bracket into the corresponding holes on the exterior side of the PIR back plate. 3 On the interior of the PIR back plate (see Figure 4 PIR Back plate–Direct to Wall Mounting Guides), use the Short Phillips Head Screw (provided) to secure the Plastic Mounting Bracket to the back plate 4 Replace the PIR back plate. 5 Reattach the screw that was removed earlier to the bottom of the PIR. 6 Continue with either Step 2: Wall Mounting Option or Step 2: Corner Mounting Option.

NOTE: For optimum pet immunity when using the Plastic

If planning to mount the PIR directly to a wall, use the built-in mounting guides on interior of the PIR back plate to screw the back plate into the wall. 1 Remove the PIR back plate. 2 Use the two (2) Plastic Wall Anchors to screw the PIR back plate into the wall at a height of 7.5 ft (2.3 m): · Wall. Use the wall mounting guides (see A below). · Corner Mount. Use the left or right corner mounting guides (see B below).

Figure 4 PIR Back plate–Direct-to-Wall Mounting Guides

Mounting Bracket, ensure that the PIR is mounted to the wall or corner with NO tilt (see Lens Pattern and Tilt Angles on page 3). Step 2: Wall Mounting Option See Figure 3 PIR and Mounting Bracket Detail. If using the Plastic Wall Mount (C), do the following:

NOTE: Ensure that you have attached the bracket to the PIR

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Back plate (see Step 1: Attaching the Plastic Mounting Bracket to the PIR).

On the intended wall, use the two (2) Plastic Wall Anchors to hang the Plastic Wall Mount at a height of 7.5 ft (2.3 m).

A Wall Mounting Guides (For Option B: Direct to Wall Mounting) B Corner Mounting Guides (For Option B: Direct to Wall Mounting) C Wall Mount Bracket Guide (For Option A: Bracket Mounting)

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Environmental and Other Useful Information

While the PIR is a highly reliable intrusion detection device, it does not guarantee against burglary. Any intrusion device is subject to a “failure to warn” for a variety of reasons. Consider the following when installing and setting up the PIR: 1 This PIR has built-in protection to keep bugs from getting into the sensor area and causing false alarms. Note that this protection does not prevent insects from crawling across the lens of the PIR, which could trigger the PIR. 2 Infrared energy can be reflected off any glossy surfaces such as mirrors, windows, floors, or counter tops with glossy finish, and slick finished concrete. Some surfaces reflect less than others (e.g. the PIR can see a change in infrared energy off of reflective surfaces even if the heat or cold source is not within the PIR detection pattern). 3 Windows reflect infrared energy. They also allow sunlight or light from other sources (e.g., cars) to pass through to the PIR. The PIR can detect these changes in infrared energy. For example, if sunlight passing through a window shines onto a hardwood floor and the change in infrared energy is quick enough, the PIR can trigger an alarm. The same applies if the PIR area includes a window, even though the pattern of protection cannot “see” through glass. Lights from a passing car can also pass through the window at night and shine directly into the PIR’s lens. 4 Heating and air conditioning ducts are also important because if they blow air onto an object within the field of the PIR’s view, the temperature of that object could change quickly enough for the PIR to “see” a change in infrared energy. PIR’s cannot see air current, only the change in temperature of a physical object. 5 The PIR senses change in temperature. However, as the ambient temperature of the protected area approaches the temperature range of 95° to 120° F, the detection performance of the PIR decreases. 6 Ensure that the area you wish the PIR to cover is free of obstructions (for example, curtains, screens, plants, and so on.) That may block the pattern of coverage. 7 Anything that can sway or move due to air current can cause a change in infrared energy within the fields of view. Drafts from doors or windows can cause this to happen. Plants, balloons, curtains, and hanging baskets should never be left in the PIR’s field of view. 8 Do not mount the PIR on a surface that allows for any vibration. Vibrations not only cause the PIR to move a little, but it also causes the fields of view in a room to move with respect the PIR. A little vibration can cause havoc with the PIR’s field of view, thus the PIR may see a change in energy and trigger the alarm. 9 An installation often requires that the PIR is aimed at the door. The PIR may detect door movement before the door contact can initiate an entry delay, causing the alarm to trigger. If you install the PIR facing a door, then while programming the PIR, choose an appropriate sensor/zone type. 10 The PIR ONLY detects intrusion within the pattern of coverage. 11 The PIR does not provide volumetric area protection. 12 The PIR creates multiple beams of protection. Intrusion can only be detected in unobstructed areas covered by those beams. 13 The PIR cannot detect motion or intrusion that occurs behind walls, ceilings, floors, closed doors, partitions, glass doors, or windows. 14 Tampering with, masking, painting, or spraying of any material on the PIR lens or any part of the optical system can impair detection ability.

Lens Pattern and Tilt Angles

The diagrams below show the lens pattern and tilt angles for the PIR in meters.

Figure 5 Lens Pattern–Top View

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Figure 6 Tilt Angle–Side View

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PIR titled down one click PIR facing the opposite wall (Direct to wall or mounting bracket with no tilt adjustment. PIR tilted down two clicks PIR tilted up one click Copyright © 2014 Linear LLC 3

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