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  Overview GlassTrek delivers effective coverage of plate, tempered, and laminated glass without the need for special sensitivity adjustments. GlassTrek can be used in most protected areas, including rooms with blinds, curtains, or multiple windows, as long as careful coverage tests are conducted using TestTrek. Breakage in panes of glass 40.6cm x 61cm (16in x 24in) or larger will be detected, for every standard thickness of plate (0.3cm x 0.6cm or 1/8in-1/4in). The GlassTrek detector should not be connected to 24 hour protection zones. Installation is not recommended in protected areas that contain any of the following: windows with closed wooden interior shutters, windows with insulated, lined, or sound-muffling drapes, and rooms with ceilings higher than 4.5m (15ft). If ceiling-mounted, it should not be mounted in rooms smaller than 3m x 3m (10ft x 10ft) where loud noise is common or rooms where machinery noise is present. Installation Location Look for installation locations on the ceiling or walls adjacent or opposite to the protected glass and ensure that the installation will respect the detection angle as shown in figure 1. Make sure that the microphone side of the detector has a direct and unobstructed view of the protected glass and that the detector is positioned so that the protected glass lies within the optimal detection angle. Avoid proximity to noisy objects such as bells, fans, compressors and loud machinery. Installing GlassTrek  (see figure 3) 1.Remove the cover by pressing the opening pin (A) on the side of the detector.2.Remove the PCB and run the wires through one of the openings on the side (C) or back (D) of the case.3.Mount the detector in its location by drilling screws into the screw holes (B).4.Connect the PCB terminals (see figure 2).5.Replace the PCB and close the cover.6.Test the GlassTrek (see “Test Mode” under “Utilities”). Powering Up  After the initial power up sequence, the GlassTrek unit remains in test mode for approximately 1 minute. Display Mode Red LED: 1.Intermittent flashing takes place upon recognition of high level attack signals. (Can be tested by clapping or knocking close to the detector.)2.5-second illumination if a glass break is detected when alarm memory latch is off ( J1  ON).3.Continuous illumination upon detection of a glass break when alarm memory latch is on ( J1  OFF). 4.3-minute continuous flashing indicates unit is in test mode. Green LED: Will flash intermittently when spectrum analysis is in progress, indicating attack analysis has been successfully confirmed and part of the frequency spectrum is valid. Detector SettingsUtilities DG457 Digiplex Mode or Stand-Alone Mode 457 Stand-Alone Mode only DG457 / 457V1.0 Instructions Printed in Canada 7/2007 457-EI00   StepDetails1Operational Mode Jumper J3  ON = Combus mode; go to step 2  J3  OFF = Relay mode; go to step 3 (default) 2† Enter detector programming mode. Press and hold [0]  + [ INSTALLER   CODE ]  + [4003]  (EVO) + S.N. (located on PCB) 3Sensitivity Setting Regular sensitivity If the environment has damping materials such as drapes, carpets, furniture. Install at 1.2m to 9m (4ft to 30ft) from the protected glass. Low sensitivity If the environment produces echoes, as when the walls and ceilings are concrete or metal. Install at 1.2m to 4.5m (4ft to 15ft) from the protected glass.Section [001] † : [1]  OFF = Regular Sensitivity (default) [1]  ON = Low SensitivityJumper J2  OFF = Regular Sensitivity (default)  J2  ON = Low Sensitivity 4Alarm Memory When an alarm occurs, the alarm relay remains latched for 5 seconds. The alarm memory feature can also latch the red LED upon detection. Alarm memory disabled: The red LED illuminates for 5 seconds. Alarm memory enabled: The red LED remains on (latched) until you set jumper J1  on and remove it again, or you disable Alarm Memory in section [001], or you disconnect and restore power to the detector.Section [001] † : [3]  OFF = Alarm memory disabled (default) [3]  ON = Alarm memory enabledJumper J1  OFF = Alarm memory enabled J1  ON = Alarm memory disabled (default) 5Tamper Recognition Select tamper recognition settingsSection [001] † : [5] OFF = Tamper recognition disabled (default)  [5] ON =Tamper recognition enabled †   = DG457 only Test Mode To test the GlassTrek detector you must enter test mode and use a TestTrek unit (459). 1.With the TestTrek unit (V2.0 or higher) within 2.5m (8ft) of the GlassTrek, hold the test button down. A series of beeps is produced which signals the GlassTrek to enter test mode. You can also enter 123 in section  [002] , or remove and replace Jumper J1 .2.The red and green LEDs illuminate for 5 seconds, followed by an intermittent flashing of the red LED to indicate it is in test mode. GlassTrek will exit test mode after approximately 3 minutes.3.Place the TestTrek unit near the protected window and then press the red “push” button on the TestTrek unit. A beep is produced. Red + Green LED = Test OK The GlassTrek has detected the signal and generated an alarm. Green LED only = Test Failed Perform another test by carefully striking the protected surface with a cushioned tool. If both LEDs still do not illuminate, increase the sensitivity of the GlassTrek detector, or re-position the GlassTrek detector, or the room may be too large to support the GlassTrek detector. Voltage Meter† Used for trouble-shooting, the voltage meter indicates the GlassTrek’s input voltage.Enter section [900]. The 3-digit number that appears on the screen represents input voltage x 10 (e.g. [133]  = 13.3V). †   = DG457 only  Technical Specifications.Warranty For complete warranty information on this product please refer to the Limited Warranty Statement found on the website Your use of the Paradox product signifies your acceptance of all warranty terms and conditions.© 2007 Paradox Security Systems Ltd. All rights reserved. Specifications may change without prior notice. One or more of the following US patents may apply: 7046142, 6215399, 6111256, 6104319, 5920259, 5886632, 5721542, 5287111, 5119069, 5077549 and RE39406 and other pending patents may apply. Canadian and international patents may also apply. GlassTrek, Digiplex, Digiplex EVO, Magellan and Spectra SP are trademarks or registered trademarks of Paradox Security Systems Ltd. or its affiliates in Canada, the United States and/or other countries. Figure 1: Detection AngleFigure 2: ConnectionsFigure 3: Exploded View Voltage9 - 16VdcCurrentDG457 (35mA) 457(25mA)CoverageHigh: 9m (30ft) / Low: 4.5m (15ft)Size9cm (3.5in) x 6.6cm (2.6in) x 2.5cm (1in)Weight100g (4oz) Alarm output150mA, 28VDC, Form A (N.C.) / via combus Anti-tamper output150mA, 28VDC, Form A (N.C.) / via combusOperating temp.-20°C to 50°C (4°F to 122°F)Processing1. Attack rise time2. Attack sound pressure level3. 7-band audio spectrum analysis4. Envelope duration5. Infra-soundMicroprocessor type12/8-bitsCompatibilityAll Digiplex series (DGP/DGPNE) and all EVO series control panels.Testing toolTestTrek (DG459)Certification (i.e. CE, UL)For updated information, visit A  - Top View B  - Optimal Detection  Angle View C  - Side View D  -Optimal Detection  Angle View B A D C Power Input (9-16Vdc)Combus * (J3 ON) Alarm relay(N.O. Optional * ) Anti-tamper Jumpers J1J2J3 *   = DG457 only J1J2J3   B A A  - Opening pin B  - Screw hole C  - Side wire entry D  - Rear wire entry E  - PCB clip BCDEPCBFront Cover 
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