Instruction/ maintenance manual of the product 10 BEA
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75.5185.04 20070727 Page 1 of 8 EAGLE USER GUIDE NOTE : For mounting heights between 10’ and 16’, use BEA model 10EAGLEHM (high mount). DESCRIPTION SPECIFICATION Frequency: 24.
75.5185.04 20070727 Page 2 of 8 1 Tips 2 Safety Precautions • Shut off all power going to the header before attempting an y wiring procedures. • Maintain a clean & safe environment when working in public areas. • Constantly be aware of pedestrian traffic around th e door area.
75.5185.04 20070727 Page 3 of 8 3 Mechanical Installation Opening the sensor From behind, before installation From the front, after installation Mounting the sensor Paste the template at desired location. Insert screws but do not screw them fully in.
75.5185.04 20070727 Page 4 of 8 5 Mechanical Adjustments A. THE WIDTH OF THE SENSING FIELD IS DETERMINED BY THE CHOICE OF THE PLANAR ANTENNA (OPTION) Wide sensing field : 3-element antenna Nar.
75.5185.04 20070727 Page 5 of 8 C. THE LATERAL POSITION OF THE SENSING FIELD IN FRONT OF THE DOOR IS DETERMINED BY THE L ATERA L TILT ANGLE OF THE ANTENNA. The sensing fields on t he right correspond to following adjustments : Wide sensing field antenna Lateral angle of the antenna: +30°, -30° Sensitivity: 1= min.
75.5185.04 20070727 Page 6 of 8 6 Programming Guide The Eagle is equipped with a Motion Tracking Feature (MTF). T he MTF is available when the Eagle is used in the uni- directional mode. The Eagle is factory preset with the M TF ON. MTF is recommended for use in short vestibule areas to help reduce unwanted door hold-open time.
75.5185.04 20070727 Page 7 of 8 7 Manual Setup If a remote control is not available, only the sensitivit y parameter can be adjusted manually, by means of the push buttons + (Plus) and - (Minus). The sensor parameters that are not accessible manua lly will remain at the factory preset values.
75.5185.04 20070727 Page 8 of 8 SYMPTOMS PROBA BLE CAUSE CORRECTIVE AC TION The sensor power is off. Check the wiring and power supply. The door will not open and no red LED lights up. The door control is set to level 3. Set door control to automatic mode (level 1).
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