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Sonalert - TM-5-6350-262-14-50032
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TM-5-6350-262-14-5 Control Unit Alarm Set C-9412( )/FSS-9 (V) (6350-228-2735) Manual
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Sonalert - TM-5-6350-262-14-50034
TM 5-6350-262-14/5
NAVELEX 0967-466-9050
TO 31S9-4-38-1
applied to terminal S1-D. A duress alarm signal (20 volts dc)
b. Input. Signals from sensor number 1 are applied to the
applied to connector pin J10-6 causes the SCR switch to turn
control unit between terminals 1 and 2 of terminal board A.
on and relay AlOK1 to operate. With relay AlOK1 operated,
An impedance between these two terminals of 0 to 20,000
an impedance greater than 100,000 ohms exists between
ohms is processed by the control unit as a no-alarm signal
output connector pins J10-9 and -8. This duress alarm signal
input. An impedance greater than 100,000 ohms is processed
is applied to control unit latched alarm output terminals S1-D
as an intrusion alarm signal input. Intrusion alarm signals
and -DR concurrent with the instantaneous alarm output. The
from sensor number 1 are fed to connector pins J2-4 and -1 of
latched duress alarm output signal will remain until relay
alarm/tamper module A2.  A no-alarm input will result in
AlOK1 is restored by turning operating mode switch S3 to
approximately 0 volts dc output at connector pins J2-6 and -8
TEST/RESET then back to SECURE.  If operating mode
(measured between test point A2TP1 and ground).  An
switch S3 is at TEST/RESET when the duress alarm is
intrusion alarm input signal will result in approximately 20
received, a normal latched output on terminals S1-D and -DR
volts dc output at connector pins J2-6 and -8. Output signals
is inhibited.  In this operating mode a 10-second alarm is
from connector pin 6 of sensor alarm/tamper modules A2
applied to latched output terminals S1-D and -DR in lieu of the
through A6 are routed to status processor modules All and
normal latched output. From pin 2-2 of switch S3, 20 volts dc
A12 for sensor intrusion alarm identification (para.  6-6).
is fed through connector pin J93 and applied to the coil of
Output signals from connector pin 8 of sensor alarm/tamper
relay A9K2. A 20-volt duress alarm input signal activates the
modules A2 through A6 are tied together to form a common
10-second timing circuit which connects the return side of
intrusion alarm buss.  No-alarm/intrusion alarm signals on
relay coil A9K2 to the ground buss.  With relay A9K2
this buss are routed through section 1 of operating mode
operated, an impedance greater than 100,000 ohms exists
switch S3, in SECURE or TEST/RESET positions, and applied
between connector pins J9-B and -4. This 10-second duress
to connector pin J9-9 for instantaneous and latched alarm
alarm signal is applied to latched alarm output terminals S1-D
output signals.  Instantaneous and latched alarm output
and -DR concurrent with the instantaneous alarm output.
signals are discussed in paragraphs c and d respectively.
(2) Non-Latch Alarm. If LATCH/NON LATCH switch
c.  Instantaneous Alarm Output.  When an intrusion alarm
S5 is in the NON LATCH position, 20 volts dc is not applied to
signal is received during the secure or test/reset operating
the coil of relay AlOK1 to latch a duress alarm output signal.
mode, instantaneous alarm module A9 immediately provides
In the non-latch operating mode, 20 volts dc from S5-2 is
a 10-second alarm signal to control unit output terminal board
routed to connector pin J9-D and applied to the coil of relay
S.  In the test/'reset operating mode an internal buzzer is
A9K3. A duress alarm signal input at connector pin J10-6 is
sounded to alert using personnel of receipt of an alarm. Each
now routed out J10-18, through switch S5-8 to -9, and to
of these functions are discussed in the following paragraphs.
connector pin J8-5.  The 20-volt duress alarm signal is
applied to, and activates, a 10-second timing circuit. When
(1) Instantaneous Alarm.  Signals from the sensor
activated, the timing circuit connects the return side of relay
intrusion  alarm  buss  are  applied  to  a  10-second
coil A9K3 to the ground buss and causes it to operate for 10 +
instantaneous alarm timing circuit and to a 10to 90second exit
2 seconds.  In this condition, an impedance greater than
time delay circuit on instantaneous alarm module A9 via
100,000 ohms exists between connector pins J9-B and 4.
operating mode switch S3 (SECURE or TEST/RESET) and
This 10second duress alarm output signal is applied to
J9-9. The exit time delay circuit is adjustable from 10 f 2 to
latched alarm output terminals S1-D and -DR concurrent with
90 + 10 seconds by means of potentiometer A9R6. When
the instantaneous alarm output.  The 10second non-latch
operating mode switch S3 is moved from ACCESS or
duress alarm is output in operating mode secure, test/reset,
TEST/RESET to SECURE the delay circuit is activated.  A
and access.
latched alarm output is then inhibited from the control unit
output terminal board for the set time period to allow using
personnel time to leave the secured area and not cause an
6-5. Intrusion Alarm Circuit
alarm to be sounded. (Refer to paragraph d.) The contacts of
relay A9K1 are in the position shown in figure 6-1 for a no-
a. General. Intrusion signals may be received at the control
alarm (0 volts) input. In this condition a low impedance of 0
unit from up to five sensors. The signals are processed by
to 2000 ohms exists between output connector pins J9-14 and
separate  but  identical  input  circuitry.
The  following
-U.  This no-alarm signal is routed from J9-14 to J10-14,
explanation of the input circuit for sensor number I applies
through the normally closed contacts of relay A10K4, and out
also to the remaining four sensor inputs.
6-3

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