• MC1/SHOCK-WE Installation Guide

    • EN50131-2-6:2008
    • EN50131-5-3:2005+A1:2008
    • PD6662:2017
    • Security Grade (SG) 2
    • Environmental Class (EC) II
    • Specification

      Battery
      Type: 3.0V CR123A Lithium Battery. Threshold: 2.2V +/- 5% at 25°C. Life: Up to 2 Years
      Battery (type C according to EN 50131-6): Current: 5μA (quiescent)/ 65mA (transmitting)
      Colour and Casing
      White. 2mm ABS
      Wireless Transmission Frequency
      868MHz FM Transceiver Narrow Band
      Tamper protection
      Front and rear case tamper with 1 external zone tamper (normally closed).
      Transmission Method
      Fully encrypted rolling code
      Temperature
      Storage: -20°C to 50°C
      Certified: -10°C to 40°C
      Nominal: -10°C to 50°C
      LED Indication
      Green=MC. Red=Shock.
      (Signal,Battery,Alarm,Tamper)
      Dimensions and weight (W x H x D)
      Device: 130 x 30 x 35mm
      Magnet: 56 x 17 x 12.7mm
      Weight: 89g
    • Installation notes

      It is recommended the device is learned at the control panel. A signal strength test should then be performed to select the most suitable location, ensuring optimum wireless range.

    • Installation Surfaces

      Please note: The device can be mounted on typical building materials; such as wood, PVC, brick or metal etc. If you do encounter any problems with different surfaces, please contact customer.support@pyronix.com
    • A. Learn Wireless Devices / Wireless Device Control

    • B. Diagnostics

    • C. Positioning the arrow

      When fitting the device, the arrow on the inertia barrel must be installed one ‘notch’ to negative from directly vertical (as shown) and should not be altered unless instructed to by Technical Support. Once affixed in position, a ‘shock sensor calibration’ procedure should be performed to ensure optimal performance (as in section D).

      Please note: If the sensitivity should require altering again, repeat the ‘shock sensor calibration’ procedure, do not change the orientation of the inertia barrel.

    • D. Shock sensor calibration

      To calibrate the activation force on the shock sensor, a link must be fitted to the calibration header as shown. If the link is connected, but an activation force is not applied before disconnecting it, the device will be set to the highest sensitivity. If an activation force is applied with the link fitted (e.g. hitting your hand against the window frame), the Shock will be calibrated at this custom sensitivity as soon as the link is removed.

    • E. Magnetic contact installation

    • F. Program / change zones

    • G. External zone wiring

    • Important Note

      For operation of both the shock sensor and the magnetic contact, the software version of the control panel must be >V9.0 (UK), >V9.26(EXPORT) and hub V2.23 or greater. For use with wireless ZEM (V2.36 or greater). Older software versions will only allow the shock zone to be learnt. HomeContol+ V2.00 & V2.10 are also compatible.

      Please note: Both shock and contact must be learnt to the same wireless hub (both to the control panel or both to the ZEM, not one to each or across multiple ZEMs).
    • Battery Information

      The batteries supplied have been chosen to provide long service life whilst, for safety reasons, having limited output current.

      The battery is protected on purchase by a piece of plastic that must be removed for operation. When disposing of the product, the battery must be removed and disposed of separately in accordance with local regulations.

    • Warranty

      This product is sold subject to our standard warranty conditions and is warranted against defects in workmanship for a period of two years (battery excluded). In the interest of continuing care and design, Pyronix Ltd reserves the right to amend specifications, without giving prior notice. Visit www.pyronix.com/warranty for more information.

    • Product Warning Information

      For electrical products sold within the European Community. At the end of the electrical products life, it should not be disposed of with household waste. Please recycle where facilities exist. Check with your Local Authority or retailer for recycling advice in your country.To prevent possible damage to components, any static charge on your body needs to be eliminated before touching the inside of the unit. This can be accomplished by touching some grounded/earthed metallic conductor such as a radiator/pipework immediately before replacing the batteries.

      Axes of Operation Event Distance in Air Distance on Iron
      Z+ Remove

      Approach

      36mm

      35mm

      14mm

      11mm

      Z- Remove

      Approach

      31mm

      27mm

      17mm

      14mm

      Y Remove

      Approach

      24mm

      21mm

      10mm

      8mm

      X+ Remove

      Approach

      15mm

      14mm

      8mm

      11mm

      X- Remove

      Approach

      13mm

      13mm

      12mm

      10mm

      Spacers available if required MC1S/SPACER and MC1S/SPACERRB