Installation and Technical Manual for the Limitless Series WLS Limit Switch

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1 Installation and Technical Manual for the Limitless Series WLS Limit Switch Used in conjunction with the Limitless WPMM or WDRR Series Issue m WARNING PERSONAL INJURY DO NOT USE these products as safety or emergency stop devices or in any other application where failure of the product could result in personal injury. Failure to comply with these instructions could result in death or serious injury. m WARNING Honeywell does not recommend using devices for critical control applications where there is, or may be, a single point of failure or where single points of failure may result in an unsafe condition. It is up to the end-user to weigh the risks and benefits to determine if the products are appropriate for the application based on security, safety and performance. Additionally, it is up to the end-user to ensure that the control strategy results in a safe operating condition if any crucial segment of the control solution fails. Honeywell customers assume full responsibility for learning and meeting the required Declaration of Conformity, Regulations, Guidelines, etc. for each country in their distribution market. m WARNING RF EXPOSURE To satisfy FCC RF exposure requirements for mobile transmitting devices, a separation distance of 20 cm or more should be maintained between the antenna of this device and persons during device operation To ensure compliance, operation at closer than this distance is not recommended. The antenna used for this transmission must not be co-located in conjunction with any other antenna or transmitter. Failure to comply with these instructions could result in death or serious injury. m WARNING The WLS must be installed in accordance with the requirements specified in this document in order to comply with the specific Country Communication Agency requirements (i.e., FCC, IC, ETSI, ACMA, etc.). See Section 3 as this requires choosing the correct Country Use Code and thus allowable antenna and/or cable usage. CAUTION Power to the WLS should not be applied (ensure battery is removed) during installation of antenna as damage could occur to the WLS electronics. Sensing and Control

2 table OF contents 1 DESCRIPTION General Principle of Operation Model Reference for WLS Heavy-Duty Limit Switch (WLS) Model Reference for WLS Eyelet Pull Model Reference for WLS Single Switch Adapter Model Reference for WLS Non-Contact Switch Abbreviations and Definitions Symbol Definitions SPECIFICATIONS Intended Country Usage Certification and Approvals Radio Module Specifications Electrical Specifications EMC Specifications Functional Specifications Environmental Specifications Agency Compliance Information FCC Compliance Statements IC Compliance Statements Radio Frequency (RF) Safety Statement (FCC & IC) European Restrictions European (CE) Declaration of Conformity (DoC) European Declaration of Conformity Statements For more information about the R&TTE Directive ANTENNA OPTIONS ALLOWED PER COUNTRY USE CODE COUNTRY USE CODE A ANTENNA OPTIONS COUNTRY USE CODE B ANTENNA OPTIONS Quick Start Up Antenna Connection End User Switch Connection (WLS Single Switch Adapter option only) Non-Contact Switch Operation (WLS Non-Contact Switch option only) Battery Connection Procedure WLS Pairing Mode WLS Mounting Antenna Adjustment Purge Mode WPMM/WDRR Operation and LED functions Principle of Operation of the WPMM and Limitless WLS: WDRR Operation and LED functions...28 Honeywell Sensing and Control i

3 5 ANTENNA CONSIDERATIONS/OPTIONS & INSTALLATION Overview of Antenna Options Omni-directional Antenna Design Antenna Mounting and Considerations Antenna Mounting Location with Respect to RF Signal Outdoor Installation Warnings Antenna Connection, Styles, and Mounting Options Antenna Connection, Styles, and Mounting Options Antenna Styles and Mounting Options Antenna Adjustment Considerations Signal Range of an Antenna Choosing an Antenna Gain (dbi) With Acceptable Fade-Margin Environment Usage/Concerns Choosing an Antenna/Cable to Meet Application Exposure Conditions Outdoor Antenna Installations - Lightning Concerns RF Interference WLS Mounting WLS Heavy-Duty Limit Switch with Mechanical Actuators WLS Heavy-Duty Limit Switch Eyelet Pull WLS Single Switch Adapter WLS Non-Contact Switch INSPECTION AND MAINTENANCE WLS Inspection and Replacement Antenna Inspection and Replacement Battery Replacement ACCESSORIES Antenna Options Antenna Cable Options Mounting Options Magnetic Actuator Options (for use with WLS Non-Contact Switch only) INSTALLATION DRAWINGS Drawing Availability TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDES WLS used in conjunction with a WPMM WLS used in conjunction with a WDRR...54 ii Honeywell Sensing and Control

4 List of Figures Figure 1. European Declaration of Conformity (DoC) Figure 2. Limitless WLS Single Switch Adapter BT1 & BT Figure 3. Limitless WLS Single Switch Adapter BT1 & BT Figure 4. Limitless WLS Single Switch Adapter BT3 & BT Figure 5. Limitless WLS Single Switch Adapter BT3 & BT Figure 6. Limitless WLS Single Switch Adapter BT3 & BT4 Internal Connector Figure 7. Limitless WLS Non-Contact Switch in Head-on Actuation Mode with WMG Figure 8. Limitless WLS Non-Contact Switch in Slide-by Actuation Mode with WMG Figure 9. Limitless WLS Housing Figure 10. Limitless WLS Battery and Insulator Figure 11. Limitless WLS Housing Figure 12. Limitless WPMM Housing Figure 13. Limitless with Function Button Depressed Figure 14. Limitless Label Placement Figure 15. Limitless WDRR Housing Figure 16. Limitless WLS and WPMM in Parallel Figure 17. WPMM Operations and LED Functions - part Figure 18. WPMM Operations and LED Functions - part Figure 19. Radiation Pattern of an Omni-directional Antenna Figure 20. WLS to WPMM or WDRR Antennas with RF Signal Line of Sight (LOS) Free From Obstacles Figure 21. WLS to WPMM or WDRR Antennas with RF Signal Line of Sight (LOS) Affected by Obstacles Figure 22. Limitless WLS RP-SMA Connection, Integral Figure 23. Limitless WLS RP-SMA Connection, Remote Figure 24. Straight and Tilt/Swivel antennas Figure 25. Adhesive Mount Antenna Step 1. Pre-clean the surface Figure 26. Adhesive Mount Antenna Step 2. Peel Protection from Adhesive Strip Figure 27. Adhesive Mount Antenna Step 3. Mount the Antenna Figure 28. Mast Mount Antenna Figure 29. Mast Mount Antenna Figure 30. Magnetic Mount Bracket with Antenna Mounted on Steel Surface Figure 31. Highest RF signal when antennas are as parallel to each other as possible Figure 32. Tapes applied to an antenna location (as shown on a WGLA Series Switch) Figure 33. Limitless WLS dimensions Figure 34. Limitless WLS Switch Actuator Characteristics Figure 35. Limitless WLS Available Levers Figure 36. WLS Limit Switch with Eyelet Pull Example Figure 37. WLS Limit Switch with Eyelet Pull Mounting and Actuator Characteristics Figure 38. Mounting Hole Diagram Figure 39. WLS Non-Contact Switch Mounting Hole Diagram Figure 40. Limitless WLS Battery Replacement Figure 41. Limitless WPMM with call-outs Figure 42. Limitless WDRR with call-outs List of Tables Table 1 Actuator Code Table... 2 Table 2 Table of Abbreviations and Definitions... 5 Table 3 Table Symbol Definitions... 6 Table 4 North America; Country Use Code A... 7 Table 5 Asia Pacific; Country Use Code B... 7 Table 6 European Union; Country Use Code B... 7 Table 7 Other European Countries; Country Use Code B... 7 Table 8 Approvals and Ratings... 8 Table 9 Radio Module Specifications... 8 Table 10 Electrical Specifications... 8 Table 11 WLS Mechanical Cycle Testing with WDRR Monitoring... 9 Table 12 Environmental Specifications... 9 Table 13 Country Use Code A Antenna Options Table 14 Country Use Code B Antenna Options Table 15 Antenna Options Honeywell Sensing and Control iii

5 1 DESCRIPTION 1.1 General The new Limitless product line combines the best of MICRO SWITCH Heavy Duty limit switches with the latest commercial off-theshelf wireless technology. Wireless-enabled limit switches can now be used for position sensing and presence/absence detection for a wide variety of applications. The Limitless Series is especially beneficial for remote monitoring applications where wiring or wire maintenance is not physically possible or economically feasible. Combining this greater flexibility with proven harsh duty packaging can result in increased efficiencies and improved safety for machine and equipment OEMs and operators. This document will provide installation instructions to properly install a Limitless Heavy Duty limit switch, WLS switch, or simply the WLS as well as the WLS Single Switch Adapter and WLS Non-Contact Switch. The unique features of the WLS Single Switch Adapter will be referred to when necessary although will normally be included in the simple WLS reference. 1.2 Principle of Operation The WLS will transmit the position of its actuator (mechanical or magnetic) or user-supplied switch for the WLS Single Switch Adapter to a Limitless Wireless Panel Mount Monitor (WPMM Series) or Limitless Wireless DIN Rail Receiver (WDRR Series). The WPMM or WDRR will then indicate the actuator position of the WLS, magnetic target (WLS Non-Contact Switch only) or user-supplied switch for the WLS Single Switch Adapter via a visual indicator, audible indicator and/or electronic output. The WLS supports no electrical signal inputs and is powered by a replaceable battery. 1.3 Model Reference for Heavy-Duty Limit Switch options Standard WLS Nomenclature WLS 1 A 00 A A 1 3 Switch type WLS Series Wireless Gen Code 1 Version 1 A RF Code 2.4 GHz; IEEE Antenna type code No antenna; RP-SMA connector jack 2.2 dbi omni w/switch mount; straight design 2.2 dbi omni w/switch mount; tilt/swivel 3.0 dbi omni w/remote adhesive mount 9.8 ft cable 5.5 dbi omni w/remote mag. mount, tilt/swivel 5 ft cable 5.5 dbi omni w/remote mag. mount, tilt/swivel 10ft cable 9.0 dbi omni w/remote mag. mount, tilt/swivel 5 ft cable 9.0 dbi omni w/remote mag. mount, tilt/swivel 10ft cable 8.0 dbi omni w/remote bkt. mount, str. design 3 ft cable 8.0 dbi omni w/remote bkt. mount, str. design 11 ft cable 2.2 dbi omni w/remote mag. mount, tilt/swivel 10 ft cable 0 dbi omni w/ switch mount; straight design Country use code US, Canada, A Mexico All other B approved 1, 2, 3 countries 1 Use with antenna type codes 00-03, 05, 10, 11 only; usage also allowed in Country Code A. 2 Some countries require specific communication certifications. Contact Honeywell for existing certification information. 3 If Limitless devices are used on machinery that may shipped globally, use country code B. A C D Operating head code Side rotary, momentary Top plunger, plain Top plunger, roller J Wobble stick 4 N V Side rotary, maintained Top plunger, adjustable 4 See page 14 for more detail. Actuator code See WLS actuator code table for details. Actuators for operating head code A only, insert actuator code from table below. OR Order actuator catalog listing separately for reduced delivery time Modification code Not applicable Head assembled with actuator to right side Head assembled with actuator to left side Head assembled with actuator to mounting surface Roller perpendicular to mounting surface Honeywell Sensing and Control 1

6 Table 1 Actuator Code Table Code Catalog Listing Material Roller Dia. (in) Roller Width (in) Roller Mounting Fixed 1.5 inch radius 1 Rollerless n/a n/a n/a 1A LSZ51A Nylon Front 1B LSZ51B Steel Front 1C LSZ51C Nylon Back 1D LSZ51D Steel Back 1F LSZ51F Nylon Front 1G LSZ51G Nylon Front 1J LSZ51J Nylon Back 1L LSZ51L Ball bearing Back 1M LSZ51M Nylon Back 1N LSZ51N Steel Front 1P LSZ51P Nylon Front Adjustable 1.5 in to 3.5 in radius 2 Rollerless n/a n/a n/a 2A LSZ52A Nylon Back 2B LSZ52B Steel Back 2C LSZ52C Nylon Front 2D LSZ52D Steel Front 2E LSZ52E Nylon Front 2J LSZ52J Nylon Front 2K LSZ52K Nylon Front 2L LSZ52L Ball bearing Front 2M LSZ52M Nylon Front 2N LSZ52N Nylon Front Yoke 1.5 in radius 3A LSZ53A Nylon Front/Back 3B LSZ53B Steel Front/Back 3D LSZ53D Steel Front/Front Code Catalog Listing Material Roller Dia. (in) Roller Width (in) Roller Mounting Yoke 1.5 in radius, continued 3E LSZ53E Nylon Back/Front 3M LSZ53M Nylon Back/Front 3P LSZ53P Steel Back/Back 3S LSZ53S Nylon Back/Back Rod 4 Hub only n/a n/a n/a 4M LSZ54M Alum, 5.5 in n/a n/a n/a 4N LSZ54N Stainless, 13 in n/a n/a n/a 4R LSZ54R Spring Wire, 12 in n/a n/a n/a 4V LSZ54V Flex cable, 4.8 in n/a n/a n/a Offset 1.5 in radius 5 Rollerless n/a n/a n/a 5A LSZ55A Nylon Back 5B LSZ55B Steel Back 5C LSZ55C Nylon Front 5D LSZ55D Steel Front 5E LSZ55E Nylon Front 5K LSZ55K Nylon Front Wobble stick 7A LSZ1JGA Delrin rod, 5.5 n/a n/a n/a 7M LSZ1JGM Spring wire, 13.0 n/a n/a n/a 7N LSZ1JGN Cable, 5.5 in. n/a n/a n/a Short fixed in radius 9A LSZ59A Nylon Front 9B LSZ59B Steel Front 9C LSZ59C Nylon Back 9D LSZ59D Steel Back 2 Honeywell Sensing and Control

7 1.4 Model Reference for WLS Limit Switch with Eyelet Pull WLS 1 A 00 A A 3 PO1 Switch type WLS Series Wireless Gen Code 1 Version 1 A RF Code 2.4 GHz; IEEE Antenna type code No antenna; RP-SMA connector jack 2.2 dbi omni w/switch mount; straight design 2.2 dbi omni w/switch mount; tilt/swivel 3.0 dbi omni w/remote adhesive mount 9.8 ft cable 5.5 dbi omni w/remote mag. mount, tilt/swivel 5 ft cable 5.5 dbi omni w/remote mag. mount, tilt/swivel 10 ft cable 9.0 dbi omni w/remote mag. mount, tilt/swivel 5 ft cable 9.0 dbi omni w/remote mag. mount, tilt/swivel 10 ft cable 8.0 dbi omni w/remote bkt. mount, str. design 3 ft cable 8.0 dbi omni w/remote bkt. mount, str. design 11 ft cable 2.2 dbi omni w/remote mag. mount, tilt/swivel 10 ft cable 0 dbi omni w/ switch mount; straight design Country use code US, Canada, A Mexico All other B approved 1, 2, 3 countries 1 Use with antenna type codes 00-03, 05, 10, 11 only; usage also allowed in Country Code A. 2 Some countries require specific communication certifications. Contact Honeywell for existing certification information. 3 If Limitless devices are used on machinery that may be shipped globally, use Country Code B. Q Operating head code See specials Modification code Head assembled with actuator towards nameplate surface Head assembled with actuator to right side Head assembled with actuator to left side Head assembled with actuator to mounting surface Specials PO1 Eyelet-pull operating head (low force, 7 lb ref.) Eyelet-pull PO2 operating head (high force, 18 lb ref.) 1.5 Model Reference for WLS Single-Switch Adapter WLS 1 A 00 A Q BT1 Switch type WLS Series Wireless Gen Code 1 Version 1 A RF Code 2.4 GHz; IEEE Antenna Type Code No antenna; RP-SMA connector jack 2.2 dbi omni w/switch mount; straight design Country Use Code US, Canada, A Mexico All other B approved 1, 2, 3 countries Q Operating Head Code See specials 3 Modification Code (BT2 & BT4 only) Head assembled with cable grip/connector to label side Head assembled with cable grip/connector to right side Specials Internal battery w/ BT1 micro-connector on top of head Internal battery w/ BT2 micro-connector on side of head dbi omni w/switch mount; tilt/swivel 3.0 dbi omni w/remote adhesive mount 9.8 ft cable 5.5 dbi omni w/remote mag. mount, tilt/swivel 5 ft cable 5.5 dbi omni w/remote mag. mount, tilt/swivel 10ft cable 9.0 dbi omni w/remote mag. mount, tilt/swivel 5 ft cable 9.0 dbi omni w/remote mag. mount, tilt/swivel 10ft cable 8.0 dbi omni w/remote bkt. mount, str. design 3 ft cable 8.0 dbi omni w/remote bkt. mount, str. design 11 ft cable 2.2 dbi omni w/remote mag. mount, tilt/swivel 10 ft cable 0 dbi omni w/ switch mount; straight design 1 Use with antenna type codes 00-03, 05, 10, 11 only; usage also allowed in Country Code A. 2 Some countries require specific communication certifications. Contact Honeywell for existing certification information. 3 If Limitless devices are used on machinery that may shipped globally, use country code B. 4 5 Head assembled with cable grip/connector to left side Head assembled with cable grip/connector to mounting surface Internal battery w/ BT3 cable grip on top of head Internal battery w/ BT4 cable grip on side of head Honeywell Sensing and Control 3

8 1.6 Model Reference for WLS Non-Contact Switch WLS 1 A 00 A Q RS2 Switch Type WLS Series Wireless Gen Code 1 Version 1 A RF Code 2.4 GHz; IEEE Antenna Type Code No antenna; RP-SMA connector jack 2.2 dbi omni w/switch mount; tilt/swivel Country Use Code US, Canada, A Mexico All other B approved 1, 2, 3 countries Q Operating Head Code See specials Modification Code (RS2 only) 3 Specials Internal battery w/ Head assembled with target to label side RS1 reed switch target on top of head Head assembled Internal battery w/ with target to right side RS2 reed switch target on side of head 11 0 dbi omni w/ switch mount; straight design 1 Use with antenna type codes 00-03, 05, 10, 11 only; usage also allowed in Country Code A. 2 Some countries require specific communication certifications. Contact Honeywell for existing certification information. 4 5 Head assembled with target to left side Head assembled with target to mounting surface 3 If Limitless devices are used on machinery that may shipped globally, use country code B. 4 Honeywell Sensing and Control

9 1.7 Abbreviations and Definitions Table 2 Table of Abbreviations and Definitions ACMA db dbi dbm DSSS EIRP EMC ETSI EU FCC ft-lbs GHz IC ICES IEEE kbps LED Mhz MPE NA NEMA R&TTE RP-SMA RF TX WDRR WLS WOI WPMM Australian Communications and Media Authority Decibel Decibel Isotropic Decibel above or below 1 milliwatt Direct Sequence Spread Spectrum Equivalent isotropic radiated power Electromagnetic Compatibility European Telecommunications Standards Institute European Union Federal Communications Committee Foot-pounds GigaHertZ Industry Canada Industry Canada Electrical Specification Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers KiloBits Per Second Light Emitting Diode MegaHertZ Maximum Permissible Exposure North America United States of America and Canada National Electrical Manufacturers Association Radio and Telecommunications Terminal Equipment Reverse Polarity SMA connector Radio Frequency Transmit Wireless DIN Rail Receiver Wireless Heavy Duty Limit Switch Series Wireless Operator Interface Wireless Panel Mount Monitor Series Honeywell Sensing and Control 5

10 1.8 Symbol Definitions The following table lists those symbols used in this document to denote certain conditions. Table 3 Table Symbol Definitions Symbol, Definition ATTENTION: Identifies information that requires special consideration. TIP: Identifies advice or hints for the user, often in terms of performing a task. CAUTION m m m m Indicates a situation which, if not avoided, may result in equipment or work (data) on the system being damaged or lost, or may result in the inability to properly operate the process. CAUTION: Indicates a potentially hazardous situation which, if not avoided, may result in minor or moderate injury. It may also be used to alert against unsafe practices. CAUTION symbol on the equipment refers the user to the product manual for additional information. The symbol appears next to required information in the manual. WARNING: Indicates a potentially hazardous situation, which, if not avoided, could result in serious injury or death. WARNING symbol on the equipment refers the user to the product manual for additional information. The symbol appears next to required information in the manual. WARNING, Risk of electrical shock: Potential shock hazard where HAZARDOUS LIVE voltages greater than 30 Vrms, 42.4 Vpeak, or 60 Vdc may be accessible. ESD HAZARD: Danger of an electro-static discharge to which equipment may be sensitive. Observe precautions for handling electrostatic sensitive devices. Protective Earth (PE) terminal: Provided for connection of the protective earth (green or green/ yellow) supply system conductor. Functional earth terminal: Used for non-safety purposes such as noise immunity improvement. NOTE: This connection shall be bonded to Protective Earth at the source of supply in accordance with national local electrical code requirements. Earth Ground: Functional earth connection. NOTE: This connection shall be bonded to Protective Earth at the source of supply in accordance with national and local electrical code requirements. Chassis Ground: Identifies a connection to the chassis or frame of the equipment shall be bonded to Protective Earth at the source of supply in accordance with national and local electrical code requirements. C-Tick Mark. The C-Tick Mark is a certification trade mark registered to ACMA (Australian Communications and Media Authority) in Australia under the Trade Marks Act 1995 and to RSM in New Zealand under section 47 of the NZ Trade Marks Act. The mark is only to be used in accordance with conditions laid down by ACMA and RSM. This mark is equal to the CE Mark used in the European Union. Notified Body. For radio equipment used in the European Union in accordance with the R&TTE Directive, the CE Mark and the notified body (NB) identification number is used when the NB is involved in the conformity assessment procedure. The alert sign must be used when a restriction on use (output power limit by a country at certain frequencies) applies to the equipment and must follow the CE marking. 6 Honeywell Sensing and Control

11 2 SPECIFICATIONS 2.1 Intended Country Usage Table 4 North America; Country Use Code A Country ISO letter code UNITED STATES US CANADA CA MEXICO MX Table 5 Asia Pacific; Country Use Code B Country ISO letter code AUSTRALIA AU NEW ZEALAND NZ INDIA IN KOREA * KR BRAZIL * BR CHINA * CN * currently does not include WLS Single Switch Adapter or WLS Non-Contact Switch Table 6 European Union; Country Use Code B Country ISO letter code Country ISO letter code Austria AT Latvia LV Belgium BE Lithuania LT Bulgaria BG Luxembourg LU Cyprus CY Malta MT Czech Republic CZ Netherlands NL Denmark DK Poland PL Estonia EE Portugal PT Finland FI Romania RO France FR Slovak Republic SK Germany DE Slovenia SI Greece GR Spain ES Hungary HU Sweden SE Ireland IE United Kingdom BG Italy IT Table 7 Other European Countries; Country Use Code B Country ISO letter code Country ISO letter code Bosnia and Herzegovina BA Norway NO Croatia HR Russian Federation RU Iceland IS Serbia RS Liechtenstein LI Switzerland CH Macedonia MK Turkey TR Honeywell Sensing and Control 7

12 2.2 Certification and Approvals See the product label for applicable approvals and ratings. Table 8 Approvals and Ratings Approval/Item Ratings/Description Enclosure Type IP67; NEMA 1, 3, 4, 6, 6P, 12, 13 Federal Communications Commission (FCC) FCC Part Industry Canada (IC) Canadian ICES-003 European Telecommunications Standards Institute (ETSI) CE mark Australian Communications and Media Authority (ACMA) C-Tick mark Comision Federal de Telecomunicaciones (COFETEL) Mexico RCPDIXBIO-1147 Wireless Planning & Coordination (WPC) India 1001/2011/WLRO-006 Korean Communications Commission * Korea State Radio Regulation Committee Certification Center (SRRC) * China *Agencia Nactional de Telecomunicaos (ANATEL) * Brazil * currently does not include WLS Single Switch Adapter or WLS Non-Contact Switch 2.3 Radio Module Specifications Table 9 Radio Module Specifications Item Specification Radio module Digi International XBee PRO Wireless standard WPAN IEEE Direct Sequence Spread Spectrum (DSSS), 2.4 GHz Data rate 250 kbps Operating frequency ISM 2.4 GHz Module transmit power Country code A : 22 dbm; Country code B : 8 dbm Receive sensitivity (typ.) -100 dbm m WARNING The WLS must be installed in accordance with the requirements specified in this document in order to comply with the specific Country Communication Agency requirements (i.e., FCC, IC, ETSI, ACMA, etc.). See Section 3 as this requires choosing the correct Country Use Code and thus allowable antenna and/or cable usage. 2.4 Electrical Specifications Table 10 Electrical Specifications Item Specification Battery 3.6 Vdc Lithium Thionyl Chloride; 2/3 AA size; Manufacturer: Green Energy, P/N ER14335M 8 Honeywell Sensing and Control

13 2.5 EMC Specifications The latest applicable EMC Standards are as follows: EN , V1.7.1 EN (2006) EN , V1.8.1 EN , V Functional Specifications Table 11 WLS Mechanical/Magnetic Actuator Cycle Testing with WDRR Monitoring (99.9 % count detection) Item Specification High temperature endurance 85 C, 10,000 cycles, 15 cpm Low temperature endurance 40 C, 10,000 cycles, 15 cpm Electrical operation (normal speed) 25 C, 40,000 cycles, 15 cpm Electrical operation (low speed) 25 C, 48 cycles, 1 cycle per hour 2.7 Environmental Specifications Table 12 Environmental Specifications Item Specification Operating temperature -40 C to 85 C [-40 F to 185 F] (operating head code K: -29 C to 85 C [-20 F to 185 F] Storage temperature -40 C to 85 C [-40 F to 185 F] Operating humidity 0 %RH to 100 %RH 2.8 Agency Compliance Information FCC Compliance Statements This device complies with Part 15 of FCC Rules and Regulations. Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) This device may not cause harmful interference and (2) this device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation. This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with these instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. Operation of this equipment in a residential area is likely to cause harmful interference in which case the user will be required to correct the interference at his/her own expense. Intentional or unintentional changes or modifications must not be made to the WLS unless under the express consent of the party responsible for compliance. Any such modifications could void the user s authority to operate the equipment and will void the manufacturer s warranty. Honeywell Sensing and Control 9

14 2.8.2 IC Compliance Statements To reduce potential radio interference to other users, the antenna type and its gain should be chosen so that the equivalent isotropic radiated power (EIRP) is not more than that permitted for successful communication. Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) this device may not cause interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference, including interference that may cause undesired operation of the device. This Class B digital apparatus has been tested and found to comply with Canadian ICES-003. French: Cet appareil numérique de la classe B est conforme à la norme NMB-003 du Canada Radio Frequency (RF) Safety Statement (FCC & IC) To comply with FCC s and Industry Canada s RF exposure requirements, the following antenna installation and device operating configurations must be satisfied. Remote antenna for this unit must be fixed and mounted on outdoor permanent structures with a separation distance between any other antenna(s) of greater than 20 cm and a separation distance of at least 20 cm [7.87 in] from all persons. Furthermore, when using an integral antenna with the WLS, it must not be co-located with any other antenna or transmitter device and have a separation distance of at least 20 cm [7.87 in] from all persons European Restrictions Information regarding national restrictions can be found in document: ERC/REC (Relating to the use of short-range devices including appendixes and annexes). Documentation may be found in the document database in the European Communication s office. 10 Honeywell Sensing and Control

15 2.9 European (CE) Declaration of Conformity (DoC) European Declaration of Conformity Statements This section contains the European Declaration of Conformity (DoC) statement for the radio used in the Limitless WLS switch. Figure 1. European Declaration of Conformity (DoC) For more information about the R&TTE Directive The following website contains additional information about the Radio and Telecommunications Terminal Equipment (R&TTE) directive: Honeywell Sensing and Control 11

16 3 ANTENNA OPTIONS ALLOWED PER COUNTRY USE CODE This section defines the antenna options that can be used in a particular country of interest; reference Section 2.1 for a list of Countries per Country Use Code. It is important to determine the country that the WLS will be used in. Thereby, noting the correct Country Use Code in the WLS nomenclature will help ensure proper selection of antenna and/or cable options. The integral antenna mounts directly to the WLS RP-SMA jack while the remote antenna mounts to the WLS RP-SMA jack via a cable assembly (see Section ). Further technical information on the WAN Series antennas, WAMM Series magnetic mounts and WCA Series cable assemblies can be found in Section 5.1. m WARNING The WLS must be installed in accordance with the requirements specified in this document in order to comply with the specific Country Communication Agency requirements. (i.e. FCC, IC, ETSI, ACMA, etc.) See Section 3 as it requires choosing the correct Country Use Code and thus allowable antenna and/or cable usage. 3.1 COUNTRY USE CODE A ANTENNA OPTIONS Table 13 Country Use Code A Antenna Options COUNTRY CODE A (Note: all columns are independent of each other) Antenna Type Code (allowed for use) Integral Mount Antennas (allowed for use) Remote Mount Antennas (allowed for use) Magnetic Remote Mount Assemblies/ Antennas WAMM100RSP-005 WAMM100RSP-010 (allowed for use) Extension Cable Assemblies/Antennas for Remote Mount WCA200RSJRSP-002 WCA200RSJRSP-005 WCA200RSJRSP-010 WCA200RSJRSP-015 WCA200RSJRSP-020 (allowed for use) Extension Cable Assemblies/Antennas for Remote Mount WCA200RNPRSP-002 WCA200RNPRSP-010 (allowed for use) 00 WAN01RSP WAN03RSP WAN01RSP WAN01RSP WAN06RNJ 01 WAN02RSP WAN06RNJ* WAN02RSP WAN02RSP 02 WAN04RSP WAN09RSP WAN04RSP WAN03RSP 03 WAN05RSP WAN10RSP WAN05RSP WAN04RSP 04 WAN07RSP WAN11RSP WAN07RSP WAN05RSP 05 WAN08RSP WAN08RSP WAN07RSP 06 WAN08RSP 07 WAN09RSP 08 WAN10RSP 09 WAN11RSP Integral mount: Antennas have an RP-SMA plug that connects directly to the WLS RP-SMA jack Remote mount: Remote mount antenna uses a cable with a RP-SMA plug that connects directly to the WLS RP-SMA jack (exception, WAN06RNJ) * if not ordering as a replacement, you will also need to order a WCA200RNPRSP-002 or WCA200RNPRSP-010 cable assembly to allow connection to a RP-SMA jack. 12 Honeywell Sensing and Control

17 3.2 COUNTRY USE CODE B ANTENNA OPTIONS Table 14 Country Use Code B Antenna Options Antenna Type Code (allowed for use) Integral Mount Antennas (allowed for use) COUNTRY CODE B (Note: all columns are independent of each other) Remote Mount Antennas (allowed for use) Magnetic Remote Mount Assemblies/ Antennas WAMM100RSP-005 WAMM100RSP-010 (allowed for use) Extension Cable Assemblies/Antennas for Remote Mount WCA200RSJRSP-002 WCA200RSJRSP-005 WCA200RSJRSP-010 WCA200RSJRSP-015 WCA200RSJRSP-020 (allowed for use) Extension Cable Assemblies/Antennas for Remote Mount 00 WAN01RSP WAN03RSP WAN01RSP WAN01RSP WAN01RSP 01 WAN02RSP WAN09RSP WAN02RSP WAN02RSP WAN02RSP 02 WAN07RSP WAN10RSP WAN07RSP WAN04RSP WAN03RSP 03 WAN08RSP WAN08RSP WAN07RSP WAN07RSP 05 WAN08RSP WAN08RSP 10 WAN09RSP 11 WAN10RSP WAN11RSP Integral mount: Antennas have an RP-SMA plug that connects directly to the WLS RP-SMA jack Remote mount: Remote mount antenna uses a cable with a RP-SMA plug that connects directly to the WLS RP-SMA jack (exception, WAN06RNJ), ATTENTION If using the WLS in a portable application (for example, the WLS is used in a handheld device and the antenna is less than 20 cm from the human body when the device is in operation): The integrator is responsible for passing additional SAR (Specific Absorption Rate) testing based on FCC rules and FCC Guidelines for Human Exposure to Radio Frequency Electromagnetic Fields, OET Bulletin and Supplement C. The testing results will be submitted to the FCC for approval prior to selling the integrated unit. The required SAR testing measures emissions from the module and how they affect the person., ATTENTION The antenna cables should not be modified (i.e. cut short and/or re-terminated) as it may affect Communication Agency approval. Notes for Section 3.1& 3.2 Tables 13 and 14: 1. Antennas listed in this chart are approved for use with the Digi International XBee PRO RF Module which the WLS utilizes. 2. Industry Canada Compliance Statement: This device has been designed to operate with the antenna types listed in this document, and having a maximum gain of 9 dbi. Antenna types not included in this list or having a gain greater than 9 dbi are strictly prohibited for use with this device. The required antenna impedance is 50 Ohm. Honeywell Sensing and Control 13

18 4 Quick Start Up This WLS Series quick start installation guide provides basic installation instructions for the WLS used in conjunction with a Limitless Wireless Panel Mount Monitor (WPMM) or a Limitless Wireless DIN Rail Receiver (WDRR). If necessary, refer to the WDRR or WPMM Installation and Technical Manual for further detailed information regarding installation. 4.1 Antenna Connection m WARNING RF EXPOSURE To satisfy FCC RF exposure requirements for mobile transmitting devices, a separation distance of 20 cm [7.87 in] or more should be maintained between the antenna of this device and persons during device operation To ensure compliance, operation at closer than this distance is not recommended. The antenna used for this transmission must not be co-located in conjunction with any other antenna or transmitter. Failure to comply with these instructions could result in death or serious injury. CAUTION Power to the WLS should not be applied (ensure battery is removed) during installation of antenna as damage could occur to the WLS electronics. The antenna and antenna guard are packaged separately and thus will need to be assembled to the WLS Series. A direct mount antenna (either straight or tilt & swivel) can be easily mounted by threading the mating RP-SMA plug of the antenna to the RP-SMA jack on the WLS. Tighten the connection until finger tight. Then, attach the antenna guard by simply threading the guard finger tight onto the threaded base with the RP-SMA connector. A remote mount antenna requires the use of an extension cable to allow the antenna to be mounted in a different location than the WLS location. The extension cable will need to have one end with a RP-SMA plug connector which will mate with the WLS connector jack under the same mounting procedure as the direct mount antenna. The other end of the extension cable will need to mate with antenna connector directly or it may be integral to the particular remote mount antenna chosen. 4.2 End User Switch Connection (WLS Single Switch Adapter option only) A WLS Single Switch Adapter requires the use of an end-user supplied switch that is electrically connected to the WLS Single Switch Adapter. The switch design must be SPDT (Form C) low-energy contact design (i.e. gold contacts), capable of reliably controlling a Vdc electrical load. The electrical connections are made using the M12 micro-connector supplied with the WLS Single Switch Adapter along with the end-user supplied connector with three-wire mating cable (see Figure 2 as an example). Another electrical connection option for the WLS Single Switch Adapter utilizes an end-user supplied three-wire electrical cable routed through a cable grip on the WLS Single Switch Adapter and connected to an internal electrical connector (see Figure 4 as an example.). Electrical connections: Special code BT1 or BT2 in the WLS Single Switch Adapter part number: User supplied connector with three-wire mating cable for use with WLS Single Switch Adapter M12 micro-connector. The user-supplied electrical connector/cable must mate with Molex p/n: (Brad Harrison p/n: 8R3A00A18A120). 14 Honeywell Sensing and Control

19 Step 1: Each conductor color in the user-supplied cable needs to be connected to the end-user supplied switch as follows (see Figure 2 as an example): BROWN wire: Connect to common terminal of the user-supplied switch BLACK wire: Connect to normally open terminal of the user-supplied switch BLUE wire: Connect to normally closed terminal of the user-supplied switch Figure 2. Limitless WLS Single Switch Adapter BT1 & BT2 User-supplied Wire Conductors to Switch Terminal Connections Step 2: Connect the user-supplied mating connector w/cable to the WLS Single Switch Adapter M12 connector. Then tighten connector (see Figure 3). Figure 3. WLS Single Switch Adapter BT1 & BT2 Connector to User-supplied Mating Cable Honeywell Sensing and Control 15

20 Special code BT3 or BT4 in the WLS Single Switch Adapter part number: End-user supplied three-wire electrical cable routed through a cable grip on the WLS Single Switch Adapter and connected to an internal electrical connector. The user supplied electrical cable must have the following characteristics: Cable diameter: 2,5 mm to 8,0 mm [0.10 in to 0.32 in] Cable length: 3 m [9.84 ft] max. Wire gauge: 18 AWG to 26 AWG Wire strip length: 5,0 mm [0.197 in] Step Action 1 Remove the four (4) mounting screws and the WLS Single Switch Adapter plastic head and route the user-supplied cable through the WLS Single Switch Adapter cable grip. Do not tighten the cable grip nut at this time. See Figure 4. 2 Connect the three (3) user-supplied wires to the user-supplied switch terminal (common, normally open, and normally closed). See example in Figure 5 (page 16). 3 Connect the user-supplied switch (common, normally open, and normally closed) wires to the same labeled internal connector (COM, NO, NC) of the WLS Single Switch Adapter. See example in Figure 6 (page 16). 4 Re-install WLS Single Switch Adapter plastic head as the cable is gently pulled through the cable grip so an excessive amount of cable is not inside the WLS Single Switch Adapter plastic head. Torque the four (4) mounting screws on the WLS Single Switch Adapter plastic head to 1,36 N-m to 1,8 N-m [12 in-lb to 16 in-lb]. See Figure 4. 5 Tighten cable grip nut to secure cable. See Figure 4. Figure 4. WLS Single Switch Adapter BT3 & BT4 Plastic Head Screws, Cable Grip, and User-supplied Cable 16 Honeywell Sensing and Control

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