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TM-5-6350-262-14-9 Monitor Module Status ID-1921( ) FSS-9(V) 6350-228-2661 Manual
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Figure 1-1. Status monitor module ID-1921( )/FSS-9(V) Alarm monitor module ID-1922( )/FSS-9(V).
TM 5-6350-262-14/9
NAVELEX 0967-466-9090
TO 31S9-4-32-1
CHAPTER 1
INTRODUCTION
Section I. GENERAL
recommendations for improving this publication by the
1-1.
Scope
individual user is encouraged Reports should be
a.
This manual is for your use in operating
submitted on DA Form 028 (Recommended Changes to
and maintaining the Status Monitor Module ID1921(
Publications) and forwarded direct to Commander, U.S.
)/FSS-9(V) and Alarm Monitor Module ID1922( )/FSS-
Army Troop Support Command, ATTN: AMSTS-MPP,
9(V) which are integral parts of the Joint-Services
4300 Goodfellow Boulevard, St. Louis, Missouri 68120.
Interior Intrusion Detection System (J-SIIDS). Detailed
information on each of the other major system
b.
For Air Force personnel, reporting of
components is available in the applicable technical
errors, omissions and recommendations for improving
manuals listed in appendix A.
these publications should be submitted on AFTO Form
b.
This
manual
contains
equipment
22 and forwarded to HQ, SAAMA/MMSTR, Kelly AFB,
description and data; operating instructions; operator,
Texas 78241.
organizational, direct support, and general support main
lance  instructions  for  preventive  maintenance,
c.
For Navy personnel, reporting of errors,
troubleshooting, and corrective maintenance; and repair
omissions and recommendations for improving this
instructions.
publication should be-submitted on Technical Manual
c.
Appendix A contains a list of current
User Activity Comment Sheet and forwarded to Naval
references, including forms, technical manuals, and
Elect Systems Command, National Center Building 1,
other publications applicable to the status and alarm
ATTN: ELEX4908, Washington, D.C. 20860.
modules.
d.
Appendix B contains the maintenance
1-5.
Destruction of Army Materiel to Prevent
allocation chart which list the maintenance to be
Enemy Use.
performed.
Instructions covering the destruction of Army materiel to
prevent enemy use are contained in TM 750U"8.
1-2.
Maintenance Forms and Records
Department of the Army forms and procedures used for
1-6.
Administrative Storage
equipment maintenance will be those prescribed by TM
TM  740-90-1  contains  instructions  pertaining  to
38-750.
administrative storage.
1-3.
Equipment Serviceability Criteria (ESC)
1-7.
This equipment is not covered by an ESC.
Pertinent publications on calibration of this equipment
shall be referenced.
1-4.
Reporting of Errors
a.
The reporting of errors, omissions, and
Section II. DESCRIPTION AND DATA
associated C-9412( )FSS-9(V) Alarm Set Control Unit.
1-8.
Purpose and Use
The controls and indicators of these units provide the
The status and alarm modules (fig.  1-1) are integral
operating personnel with visual indications of changes in
components of the J-SIID system which is designed to
the operation of the overall system.
provide personnel intrusion detection into any selected
illustrates the relationship of the status and alarm
area. The purpose of the status module and the alarm
modules to other J-SIIDS components.
module is to interpret and display the status and mode
of operation of the
1-1

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