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CHAPTER 2 SERVICE UPON RECEIPT AND INSTALLATION - TM-5-6350-262-14-30008
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Table 2-1. Tools, Test Equipment, and Material Required for Installation
Figure 2-1. Processor - connection methods.
Section III. INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
2-5. General
Prior to permanently securing the detector in place and interconnecting all detectors to the processor, a test of each
selected detector location must be performed to insure adequate detection of forced penetration.
2-6. Tools, Test Equipment and Material Required for Installation
The tools, test equipment and material listed in table 2-1 are required to perform testing and installation.
2-7. Test Setup
a. General.  The test setup recommended for evaluating the selected detector locations entails two separate
configurations. The initial test setup is moved from location to location and the prescribed tests are performed at each
location. The second test setup requires a temporary signal wire run to each location and a check of the combined
configuration of all locations.
b. Individual Location Test. Each detector location is to be evaluated independently as to its adequacy of detection.
The simulated forced penetration test requires temporary mounting of the detector in its intended location,
interconnections between the processor and the detector, and audible sounder to signal actuation of the alarm circuit, a
multimeter for evaluating the sensitivity levels and the application of power. To facilitate the forced penetration test of
each detector location, fabricate test cables and temporarily interconnect the equipment in the test setup as shown in
2-2

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