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Figure1-1. Processor, Passive Signal Ultrasonic MX-9433
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TM-5-6350-262-14-2 Processor Passive Signal Ultrasonic MX-9443( )/FSS-9(V) FSN 6350-228-2548 Receiver Passive Signal Ultrasonic Manual
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CHAPTER 2 SERVICE UPON RECEIPT AND INSTALLATION - TM-5-6350-262-14-20010
Section II. DESCRIPTION AND DATA
1-8. Purpose and Use
The processor is used in conjunction with the
the switch and complete the circuit. Upon reinstalla-
receiver (fig. 1-1) to detect ultrasonic energy in the
tion of the cover the tamper switch is reset.
frequency band of 20 kHz to 30 kHz. These
b. Receiver (fig. 1-1). This unit contains an
frequencies are generated inside a protected area
ultrasonic microphone, associated preamplifier and
during attempts at forced penetration. The processor
a GAIN control. .It receives the ultrasonic energy
and receiver detect ultrasonic energy in environ-
generated by attempts at forced penetration for
ments having background energy levels from 50 to 80
processing by the processor. The GAIN control
dB (ref. 0.0002 microbar or 0 dB sound pressure level)
allows individual selection of gain levels for each
and a rectangular volume of approximately 15 x 20 ft.
receiver. These components are housed in a 16 gauge
(ceiling heights 8 to 12 ft.). Multiple receivers may be
welded steel enclosure measuring 6.0 inches wide, 4.8
used (2 to 20) with a single processor for coverage of
inches high, and 2.1 inches deep. The enclosure is
larger volume areas. The processor generates an
painted gray and is marked on the top outer side for
alarm upon detection of four 50 msec duration
two 1/2 inch conduit entrances. The welded steel
energy impulses occurringwith a 15-second period or
enclosure is marked with two pairs of mounting holes
upon detection of continuous ultrasonic energy for a
for use with a special 45 mounting bracket when
period of longer than 4.5 seconds. Detection of forced
angles of 0 or 45 are required. When mounting at a
penetration completes an alarm circuit for signaling
90 degree angle, the special bracket is not required
purposes at the Interior Intrusion Detection System
and two mounting holes are marked in the rear of the
(J-SIIDS) control unit. The overall sensitivity is
enclosure. This unit obtains its power source from
adjustable over a 24 dB range in the processor and a
the processor. Connection to this unit is made by
continuous adjustment of 20 dB at each receiver for a
means of one screw type terminal strip enclosed
total sensitivity range of 50 dB to 94 dB.
within the steel case. Entrance to the unit during
installation, interconnection, and for maintenance
1-9. Description of Equipment
purposes is provided by a cover secured to the box by
two 6-32 x 3/8 inch long screws. The unit is protected
a. Processor (fig. 1-1). The processor contains
with a tamper switch which is closed by fitting the
wide band amplifiers, a detector, a SENSITIVITY
cover in place. During maintenance, the tamper
control, alarm circuits, and a band rejection filter.
switch plunger may be pulled out to actuate the
The rejection filter is used when operating in
switch and complete the circuit. Upon reinstallation
conjunction with the processor/transceiver ul-
of the cover the tamper switch is reset.
trasonic motion signal. The processor is used for
1-10. Diferences Between Models
processing the received signal from the receiver. It is
housed in a 16 gauge welded steel enclosure
This manual covers only one model. There are no
measuring 10.2 inches wide, 9.7 inches high, and 2.1
differences between models.
inches deep. The enclosure is painted gray and is
1-11. Tabuiated Data
marked on the top outer side for two 1/2 inch conduit
Power requirements . . . . . . .20 2 Vdc
entrances. Four mounting holes are provided in the
35ma-processor
rear of the enclosure for securing purposes. The unit
0.5 ma - each receiver
Alarm circuit . . . . . . . . . . . . . no alarm-less than 2K
obtains its +20 2 Vdc power source from the
J-SIIDS control unit. Connections to the unit are
alarm - mater than 100 K
made by means of two screw-type terminal strips
enclosed within the steel case. A third screw-type
Weight:
processor.. . . . . . . . . . . . . 6.75lbs
terminal strip facilitates bypassing or incorporating
receiver . . . . . . . . . . . . . ..2.25lbs
the band rejection filter by means of appropriate
depth
height
width
Size:
jumper connections. Entrance to the unit during
2.1"
9.7"
processor. . . . . . . . . .10.2"
installation, interconnections, and for maintenance
2.1"
4.8"
receiver . . . . . . . . . .. .6.0"
non-operating
operating
Environment:
purposes is provided by a cover secured to the box by
temperature range. -20F to + 150F  -30F to + 165F
two 6-32 x 3/8 inch long screws. The unit is protected
95% relative
humidity . . . . . . .95% relative
with a tamper switch which is closed when actuated
20g 11
shock . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
by fitting the cover in place. During maintenance the
millisecond
duration
tamper switch plunger may be pulled out to actuate
1-3

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