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The JA-89P wireless outdoor PIR detector
The JA-89P is an outdoor intruder detector designed to detect human body
panel) first to learn how to enter enrollment mode. Only use a lithium battery
movement in a protected area. It supplements a double-zone PIR sensor
of type AA 3.0 V / 3.6 V. The correct battery position is marked on the battery
produced by Optex with a Jablotron transmitter enabling the sensor to be
holder. After a battery is inserted the transmitter sends an enrollment signal to
used within JA-80 OASiS systems. Both the PIR sensor and the transmitter
the receiver. The control panel – if used as a receiver – must be in enrollment
are powered by a lithium battery. Sharing the power source allows low voltage
mode. You can use the detector’s switch No. 2 to configure control panel
reports to be transmitted to the control panel in the standard way. The
reactions (ON = Instant, OFF = Delayed). Switch No. 1 should be OFF.
detector is equipped with two tamper sensors (front and back) capable of
signalling that the detector’s cover has been opened or that the detector has
been torn off its position. Self testing is performed automatically on a regular
Switch No. 1
basis including reporting detector status to the control panel. These properties
make the JA-89P a standard component of Jablotron’s OASiS system.
Choose a proper place for detector installation according to the following:
1. Install the detector perpendicular to the ground to make the upper
Switch No. 2
2. The installation height is 0.8 – 1.2 m.
3. Mount the detector so that the majority of traffic flow is across the
4. Avoid positions where moving or waving objects like cars, plants or trees
might appear in the detection area. Avoid positions where the detector can be affected by strong light sources, e.g. reflected sunlight.
Optical part adjustment
The detector’s optical part contains two PIR sensors each having its own
detection plane. The detection area angle of the lower sensor can be configured over a wide range. The sensors operate with AND logic: an alarm signal is generated only if both sensors are triggered (if both detection planes are crossed). You can adjust the detection plane slope of the lower sensor by a shifting lever according to the picture below.
1. Unscrew the lock screw located on the bottom side of the upper cover and
2. Unscrew the screws fastening the optical part of the detector and remove
3. Disconnect the rear tamper sensor cable. 4. You can fix the detector to an even plate using either two non-skimmed
holes or four skimmed holes located in the corners of the rear cover.
5. Use the drilling template supplied in the package for marking all the spots
relevant to detector fixing as well as to fixing the rear tamper magnet.
6. Alternatively, you can install the detector on a pole (Ø 43 – 48 mm) using
straps supplied with the package. However, this way of installation
The following table provides a summary of detection length
disables the rear tamper switches (tear-off signalling) – you have to short
out the transmitter tamper inputs using a jumper.
7. After the bottom plastic cover has been fixed, insert the rear TAMPER
The lower sensor max. detection length
connector into the terminal marked TMP IN.
Caution: Never touch the detection surface of the PIR sensor.
Note: The maximum detection length of the lower detection plane may
vary as above due to environmental thermal conditions. This must be
taken into consideration during detection range adjustment.
The detection area angle is 90°. The direction can be adjusted in 15° steps
Powering up and enrollment
by rotating the detector’s plastic part. The detector lens covers the whole
The transmitter of wireless communication signals is located below the
angle of 180° - therefore it does not require any adjustment.
detector’s optical part. Study the installation manual of the receiver (control
Occasionally Sensitivity is set to low (L). Change sensitivity to no
try to reposition detector or control panel.
You can restrict the detection angle by adhesive masking strips supplied
with the package. This way you can eliminate problematic parts of the detection area. The strips are to be stuck on the relevant lens segment from the inner side.
The PIR detection sensitivity can be configured by a 3-pole switch located
under the upper sensor. The letters correspond to sensitivity levels as follows:
Other parameters can be configured using a DIP switch:
LED indicator OFF
LED indicator ON
5 s battery saving timer
2x pulse count
The LED indicator is to be used for PIR detector testing. For normal detector
operation the indicator should be turned off in order to save the battery.
The JA-89P is capable of automatically switching to battery-save mode.
Lithium battery type LS(T)14500 (3,6V AA)
Triggering a PIR sensor is signalled to the control panel after which the
detector switches to sleep mode for a configurable time. During this time the
approx. 3 years (120 sec sleep mode)
A filter for detector signalling can be established by setting a trigger counter.
Either 2 or 4 triggering events (which have to be detected by both PIR
sensors due to the AND logic) can be configured to cause signals to be sent
Specification of the Optex VX 402R detector
Turn the LED indicator on, set the battery-save timer to 5 seconds and close
the detector. Every 5 seconds any movement in the detection area will be
indicated by the LED indicator and the alarm information will be sent to the
control panel. You should test both the sensitivity to movements in the
detection area as well as the detector’s insensitivity to any movement outside
the area of protection. Take into consideration that the detection range may
After finishing the test, it is recommended to turn off the LED indicator and
set the battery-save mode duration to 120s.
The detector uses radio signalling for all types of detected events:
movement detection, cover opening, tearing the detector off its position, and
communication checking. The communication checking is automatically
2, according to EN 50131-1, CLCITS 50131-2-2, EN 50131-5-3
performed at 9 minute intervals for the system to test that all its devices are
Jablotron Ltd. hereby declares that the JA-89P is in compliance
with the essential requirements and other relevant provisions of
The detector monitors its battery voltage and if too low, a report is sent to
Directive 1999/5/ES. The original of the conformity assessment
the control panel to inform the installer or user. The detector continues to
can be found on the web site www.jablotron.com, Technical
function. Battery replacement should not be delayed by more than one week.
Before battery replacement
, you need to ensure that the receiver (control
panel) is put into a state which permits opening the detector cover. Only use a
: Dispose of batteries safely depending on battery type and
lithium battery of type AA 3.0 V / 3.6 V. After closing the cover, the detector
local regulations. Although this product does not contain any
harmful materials we suggest you return the product to the dealer
or directly to the manufacturer after use.
The detector’s LED flashes if you accidentally insert a low battery.
The detector will not work after an expired battery has been inserted.
The detector is exposed to Remove the reflector,
The detector direct/reflected light (sun
There is a moving object in Remove the moving object the area (laundry on the
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