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Figure 7-3. Battery Test Fixture.
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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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Table 7-1. Control Unit Performance Standards
TM 5-6350-262-14/5
NAVELEX 0967-LP-466-9053
TO 31S9-4-38-1 Chg 3
allowed to remain on charge for a period
charged, this resistance may be decreased in
of approximately 48 hours.
order to shorten the charging time. In no case should a series
resistor smaller than 2 ohms be used.
(3)  As the battery charges, the current which it will
(4)  The  battery  should  now  be  tested  in
accept will gradually decrease. When the charging current is
accordance with the instructions in d above.
reduced to approximately C.200 AMPS the battery is
(5)  Batteries recharged and tested in accordance
recharged and must be removed from the charger.
with (1) through (4) above may now be stored for a maximum
of 6 months at 7075F.(21.11 .-23.88 .) before requiring
-
C
C
NOTE
recharge. It is not recommended that batteries be stored for
extended periods of time above 80'F.(26.66 .) since this will
C
Some batteries may still accept 25-50%
significantly reduce the allowable storage time and may
more current than specified, even when
reduce the service life of the batteries.
fully charged. These batteries should be
Section V. DIRECT SUPPORT TESTING PROCEDURE
7-23. General
(1)
VOM, TS352B.
This section contains a performance standard test procedure
(2)
Power Supply.
for use by direct support maintenance personnel to check the
(3)
3/16 X 4 flat blade screwdriver from Tool Kit
overall operation of the control unit.  The test should be
TK 105G.
performed following initial installation and as deemed
necessary following repair. In many cases after the control
b. Initial Test Preparation. Perform steps (1), (4), (5), (8), (9),
unit is placed in operation, an equipment malfunction cannot
and (10) only if the control unit is in use in an operating
be detected through observation of operation results at the
system.
control unit or at other peripheral equipment. For this reason
the test should be performed periodically to verify that the
(1)  Shut down operation of Audible Alarm BZ-204
control unit is still operating properly. If a test parameter is
( )/FSS-9 (V).
not met, refer to the applicable step in the troubleshooting
(2)  Unlock and open door.  Leave door tamper
chart (section III) to isolate the failure to a component or
switch in the alarm condition.
modular assembly. Follow the procedure steps in the order
given and set all controls accurately.
(3)  Place POWER switch to OFF.
(4)  If applicable, disconnect Data Transmitter T-
1257 ( )/FSS-9 (V) wiring from terminal board S and remove
NOTE
(5)  Disconnect external J-SIIDS sensor alarm
This test cannot be performed on control
input wires from terminals 1 and 3 of terminal boards A
units operating in a system without
through F, from terminal 8 of terminal board S, and from
interrupting all security functions. Notify
terminal 3 of terminal board L2.
applicable security personnel.
(6)  On newly installed control unit, disconnect
orange jumper wires connected between terminals 1, 2, and 3
7.24. Performance Standards
on terminal boards A through E, and between terminals 8 and
a. Test Equipment and Materials.
9 on terminal board S.
Change 3 7.14.2

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