Removing the Front Panel

The iSense Unit’s front panel is fastened by four screws situated in each corner on the front of the device.

Using a screwdriver, unscrew the four screws and lift off the front panel. See Figure 192 below:

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Figure 192
iSense – Front Panel

Once the front panel has been removed, the iSense circuit board and battery holders become accessible. See Figure 193 below:

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Figure 193
iSense Unit – Front Panel Removed

Connecting the Aerial

There are three types of aerials that can be attached to iSense Units:

Articulated, knuckle jointed, aerial (G205). See Figure 194 below:

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Figure 194

Can be used indoors or outdoors

Dome aerial (G455). See Figure 195 below:

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Figure 195

Suitable for use outdoors

Remote mounted Flat Blade aerial (AM36913). See Figure 196 below:

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Figure 196

Suitable for indoor use only.

Extended antenna for low signal areas.

Choose the aerial that best suits the environment where the iSense unit will be located and simply screw it or the aerial's cable connector, into the brass coloured Aerial connection found on the top of the iSense Unit.

Caution: Do not use excessive force tightening the aerial connection, finger tight is adequate.

The Aerial/Unit should be positioned to ensure a good RF signal.

Compatible Aerial Types

iSense Transmitter/Sensor

Compatible Aerial Type(s)

IS01-BN

G205, G455 or AM36913

IS02-BN

G205, G455 or AM36913

IS04 BR

G205 or G455

IS04 BN

G205 or G455

IS05-BN

G205 or G455 or AM36913

IS06 BN

G205 or G455 or AM36913

IS07 BN

G205 or G455 or AM36913

IS08 BN

G205 or G455 or AM36913

IS09 BN

G205 or G455 or AM36913

Power

Caution:Fit sensors and aerial before connecting power or batteries. See Figure 197, Figure 198, Figure 199 and Figure 200 below.

Inserting the Batteries

Note:The IS08 unit has no provision for battery power, being powered only from an external power supply.
Note:If you have ordered an External Power Unit, you will be provided with a 12VDC Desktop Power Supply (G422) instead of batteries. See Figure 197 below:

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Figure 197
Batteries Inserted

1.Remove the Unit’s front cover.

2.Insert the 2 x 1.5V Alkaline C cell batteries (88702) or 2 x 3.6v Lithium C cell battery (88704) into the battery holders. See Figure 197 above.

Caution: Be sure to insert the batteries in their correct orientation – the correct polarity is embossed on the battery holders.

External Power Supply (12VDC Power Supply Unit or 12VDC/24VDC Vehicle Supply)

Caution: Vehicle power should be sourced from as ‘clean’ a supply as possible.
If using an External Power Supply, DO NOT fit batteries to the holders.
Note:The 12VDC or 24VDC external supply is protected by a 0.5A fuse.

Connecting the Power Supply Cable (if External Power Supply specified):

1.Remove the Unit’s front cover. See Removing the Front Panel above.

2.Loosen the right-hand input gland. See Figure 198 below:

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Figure 198

3.Feed the 12 or 24V Power Supply Cable through the right-hand cable gland.

4.Thread the exposed wires up the gland until there is enough length for the wire to reach the right-hand connector block.Figure 200 below:

5.Tighten the gland.

6.Using a screwdriver, press down in turn on the terminal block’s Terminal Release Levers to open the Common GND (-ve) and +12V In or +24V In (+ve) connectors. See Figure 199 below:

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Figure 199

7.Thread the exposed ends of the Power Supply wires into the relevant open terminals (+12V or +24V to take account of the Power Supply voltage) and release the Terminal Release Levers.. See Figure 200 below:

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Figure 200