New product development intrusion – Series of mini outdoor motion sensors

We are pleased to announce that our range of outdoor motion sensors has been extended with a new series of mini detectors especially focusing on residential applications:

  • 6910P : wired PIR
  • 6920P and 6921P : wired dual technology
  • TX-2821-03-4 : wireless PIR

The wired PIR 6910P uses two independent passive infrared detectors integrated into one housing.

The wired dual technology 6920P and 6921P has, in addition, a microwave sensor module which provides a higher level of detection as all three sensors (2 PIR’s + microwave) must be activated in order to trigger an alarm.

The wireless variant TX-2821-03-4 will avoid any hassle with wires as it has the wireless 868AM Gen2 module on-board, containing UTC Fire & Security’s wireless protocol, allowing a smooth integration with our range of wireless panels.

They all deliver extremely precise, reliable presence detection outdoors and can be smoothly integrated – due to their smaller appearance – into residential applications.


  • 15m of detection range
  • Variable mounting height up to 6m
  • 14 to 70° detection angle
  • 90° pan and 45° tilt for flexible install
  • -30° (-25° for wireless PIR) to +65 °C operating temperature
  • IP65 approved for dust and humidity resistance
  • Neat and attractive design
  • Easy to use masking sliders to tailor the field of view
  • Discreet sensor module

Ordering information

SKU Description EDC availability
6910P Mini outdoor PIR From 19 December
6920P Mini outdoor dual
(10.525 GHz)
From 19 December
6921P Mini outdoor dual
(10.587 GHz)
From 19 December
TX-2821-03-4 Wireless mini outdoor PIR 868AM Gen2 From 19 December

We wish you a lot of success with the launch of this brand new series of mini outdoor motion sensors.

6910P data sheet
6920P data sheet 6921P data sheet

New product development intrusion – Advisor Advanced release FW120


We are pleased to announce the availability of a new firmware release for the Advisor Advanced. With this release – FW120 – we encourage further migration of CS customers towards the Advisor Advanced platform.


Please find underneath a brief overview of the new functionalities. Further details are explained and presented in the installer manual and technical presentation (intrusion commercial portal, see link below)

  • PIN of the day: providing a different installer code every day, preventing take-overs from other installers.
  • Inverted walk test: Allowing to know if a zone was not triggered during certain time. EE counter display: Functionality for users who want to know how much time is left to enter a code to disarm the system (entry) or leave the area (leaving).
  • Zone_held_open: Functionality to indicate that a zone opened too long.
  • Remote user code: Allowing to differentiate whether the connection was initiated locally or remotely.
  • Disable all fault indications: Option to disable all fault indications on user interface.
  • An extension of the walk test functionality: test with arming system; test per zone; test with reporting.
  • Support for new EOL: support for EN3 sensors (e.g DD1000); enabling differentiation between Mask and sensor Fault.
  • User code entry without confirm allowing easier disarm of the system.
  • Demo mode: A special mode added to train end users operating the system.
  • ATS Advanced CC for MUDL: Allow for upload of configuration to ATS8500/ATS8600 while in set or alarm state.
  • Integration of Advisor advanced with the Wireless PIRCam System to provide alarm verification functionality.
  • Picture reporting for Diallers; providing pictures to the central monitoring Station.
  • Battery test time parameter in DGP database:, battery test time is adjusted for every DGP.
  • CC for MUDL – checking user privileges.
  • Support for ATS12xxE – battery test time parameter in downloader: synchronisation (read/write) between panel and downloader.
  • Support for ats12xxE – VdS events: extension of reporting functionality for VdS receivers

With the support of Sustaining engineering, a broad list of improvements were implemented:

  • Specified function key actions can be programmed to work, without user code.
  • Enabled configurable behaviour of external siren for entry alarms.
  • Enabled ‘forced set’ of areas from a keyswitch zone type.
  • Behaviour of ATS1190/ATS1192 changed to indicate alarms with blinking RED led.
  • Added possibility of switching area from partset to fullset using fobs/ keyswitch/autoarm/function keys actions.
  • Reduced possibility of false alarms caused by end users during system setting in the particular scenarios.
  • Support of all 32 zones connected to ATS1201.
  • ‘Service interval’ functionality added.
  • Improved “Shock Sensor test” menu.
  • Improved installer “Learn in” procedure to simplify learn in process.
  • Improved “Output test” menu Extended help message for “Engineer reset “ required.
  • Enabled recording of partset alarms in the log when reporting disabled.
  • CID reporting code changed for Fire Alarm – new CID code E110 (previously E373).
  • CID reporting codes changed for set/partset. See “Appendix B” of  ‘Advisor Advanced Programming Manual’ for more details.


The new version FW 21.21.120 will be available for shipping from Weert as from January 2nd, 2014.


The new FW release will not impact pricing for Advisor Advanced.