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Instantaneous Alarm Output
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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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CHAPTER 7 DIRECT SUPPORT (INTERMEDIATE) MAINTENANCE INSTRUCTIONS - TM-5-6350-262-14-50038
TM 5-6350-262-14/5
NAVELEX 0967-466-9050
TO 31S9-4-38-1
LATCH/NON LATCH switch S5 has no affect on the audible
pin J9-D and applied to the coil of relay A9K3. The tamper
alarm output.
alarm input (20 volts dc) from connector pin J10-7 is now
routed out J10-18, through switch S5-8 to -9, and to connector
pin J8-5. The 20-volt tamper alarm signal is applied to, and
6-8. Access Command
activates, a 10-second timing circuit.  When activated, the
timing circuit connects the return side of relay coil A9K3 to the
The 27.5 volts dc output from the power supply is fed through
ground buss and causes it to operate for 10 + 2 seconds. In
status processor connector pin P1-26, to audible alarm
this condition, an impendance greater than 100,000 ohms
module A8 connector pin J8-18, and applied to normally open
exists between connector pins J9-B and -4. This 10-second
contacts of relay A8K1. When operating mode switch S3 is
tamper alarm output signal is applied to latched alarm output
positioned to ACCESS, 20 volts dc from pin S3-2-1 is applied
terminals S1-D and DR concurrent with the instantaneous
to the coil of relay A8K1 via connector pin J8-16. When relay
alarm output.  The 10-second non-latch tamper alarm is
A8K1 operates, 27.5 volts is output at pin J8-17 as an access
output in operating mode secure, test/reset, and access.
command signal. The signal is fed to terminal 7 of sensor
terminal boards A through E. The output signal will remain
(3) Audible Alarm. The tamper alarm signal (20 volts
until operating mode switch S3 is moved from the ACCESS
dc) from connector pin J10-7 is also applied to a SCR switch
position.
for relay A10K3. When a tamper alarm signal activates the
SCR switch, relay A10K3 will operate only if operating mode
6-9. Secure/Access Alarm
switch S3 is at SECURE or ACCESS. In the secure mode,
+20 volts dc is applied to the coil of relay A10K3 from pin 2-3
When operating mode switch S3 is at SECURE, relay A8K2 is
of switch S3 through connector pin J10-H.  In the access
restored. In the restored position, an impedance greater than
mode, unregulated +27.5 volts dc is applied through
100,000 ohms exists between module A8 connector pin J8-2
connector pin J10-P from J8-17. With relay A1OK3 operated
and -3.  This control unit secure signal is fed to output
the 5 volts dc no-alarm signal normally present at connector
terminals S-2 and 2R. If operating mode switch S3 is moved
pin J10-4 drops to less than 1 volt for an' alarm signal. From
to either TEST/RESET or ACCESS, even momentarily, a low
J10-4, the audible alarm signal is routed through operating
impedance signal of less than 2000 ohms lasting 4.5 to 6
mode switch S3 (pin 3-1 or 3-3 to 3-4) through normally
seconds is fed to output terminal board S. The 20volt buss is
closed contacts of relay A10K4 (pin J10-11 to -R), and out to
switched to the 4.5 to 6-second timing circuit from pin 2-1 or
terminal board L2-1.  The audible alarm output signal will
pin 2-2 of switch S3 through connector pin J8-16 or J8-15
continue until the signal is unlatched by turning operating
respectively.  Activation of the timing circuit connects the
mode switch S3 to TEST/RESET.
The position of
return side of relay coil A8K2 to the ground buss causing it to
operate
for
4.5
to
6
seconds.
6-7

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