• SHOCK/W Installation Guide

    • EN 50130-4: 2011 +A1: 2014
    • EN 50131-1: 2006 + A1: 2009
    • Security Grade (SG) 2
    • Environmental Class (EC) II
    • Specification

      Specification Value
      Dimensions Contact: 29 x 107.5 x 21.5mm
      Casing and colour 2mm ABS, white
      LED indication Blue
      Detection method Piezoelectric Sensor
      Tamper switches 50VDC at 50mA for both front
      and rear tamper switches
      Sensitivity High or low ranges, adjustable
      Operating voltage 9 – 15VDC
      Quiescent current ~16mA @ 12VDC
      Alarm current ~30mA at 12VDC
      Temperature Storage: -20°C to 50°C
      Operating: -10°C to 40°C

    • Overview

      Dimensions and weight

      Two Pin Headers

      H1 and H2 are used to select the pulse count.

      H3 enables or disables device LEDs, remove to disable LEDs.

      H4 is to select high or low sensitivity range, remove for low range.

      H5 is used to select LED latch on activation, remove for LED latching.

    • Installation

      Installations instructions

      1, Mark and drill the fixing holes. 2. Screw the rear of the device to the surface. 3. Slot the PCB in at an angle… 4 … and push the top back into position.
      5. Put the top back on the outer plastics. 6. Screw the lid in position to secure the cover. 7. Cover the screw hole with the cover.

      Installation materials

      The values shown in the table indicate typical values on various materials. The materials shown (reading from left to right) are concrete, wood and a fixed window frame.

      Please note: The stated values are typical. It is advised that practical testing is performed before installation to verify the operation. In some environments, these values may differ from stated.

      Pulse count

      Use H1 and H2 to set the pulse count needed to trigger the device into alarm. Each time the pulse count setting is changed, the LED will flash the appropriate number of times to indicate which setting is selected. It will verify this by indicating the pulse count setting 3 times, pausing between each verification.

    • LED & Status Indications

      The LED will flash on initial power-up and each time the pulse count setting is changed. Use the H3 jumper to enable or disable LEDs.

      Powering up LED will flash on and off whilst powering up.
      Vibration detected LED will rapidly flash once.
      Device triggered LED will rapidly flash once for pre alarm, then for one second or latch (if selected) when in alarm.
      Gross activation LED will flash for one second or latch (if selected).
    • Latching feature

      Remove the jumper from the H5 (or put on just one pin so that the jumper is not lost) to activate the latching feature. If this feature is activated and the sensor is triggered, the LED on the sensor will stay on in order to display that it has been activated. To reset, the power must be removed from the device.

    • Sensitivity

      Adjust clockwise to increase sensitivity and anti-clockwise to decrease sensitivity. Use H4 to set high or low range. If the sensor detects ‘gross attack’ (a vibration higher than the calibrated sensitivity), it will override the pulse count and go directly into alarm.

    • Wiring

      Examples of wiring the device to a control panel.

      Please consult the control panel manual for panel terminations.
      Please note: In order to comply to Grade 2 this sensor must be wired to its own input on the control panel.
    • Product 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 inside of the unit.

    • Warranty

      This product is sold subject to our standard warranty conditions and is warranted against defects in workmanship for a period of five years. In the interest of continuing care and design, Pyronix Ltd reserves the right to amend specifications, without giving prior notice.