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CHAPTER 3 OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS - TM-5-6350-262-14-90013
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Status Monitor Module cont'd
TM 5-6350-262-14/9
NAVELEX 0967-466-9090
TO 31S9-4-32-1
3-2.
Operator Control.
Table 3-1 lists all operating controls and indicators
on the Status and Alarm Modules.
Table 3-1. Control and Indicator Function (Monitor Module, Status)
Control, Indictor
or connector
Function
LAMP TEST (2-position
Provides method for checking all indicator lamps.
toggle switch)
RESET/ACK (3-position
(a) Acknowledges an alarm condition and silences an audible alarm.
toggle switch)
(b) Resets the system to an alarm monitoring status.
ALARM (lamps) (Red)
Flashes intermittently to indicate an alarm condition.
SECURE (lamps) (Green)
Constantly on when a secure condition exists.  Flashes intermittently with changes in
status.
ACCESS (lamps)
Constantly on when an access condition exists.  Flashes intermittently with change in
(Amber)
status.
AC PWR (lamps) (White)
Constantly on when operating on AC power. Flashes intermittently with change in status.
Table 3-2. Control and Indicator Functions (Monitor Module, Alarm)
Control indicator
or connector
Function
LAMP TEST (2-poition
toggle switch)
Provides method for checking all indicator lamps.
RESET/ACK (8-position
(a) Acknowledges an alarm condition and silences an audible alarm.
toggle switch)
(b) Resets the system to an alarm monitoring status.
ALARM (lamps) (Red)
Flashes intermittently to indicate an alarm condition.
Section II. OPERATION UNDER USUAL CONDITIONS
ALARM lamps from a flashing condition to a constant on
3-3.
Alarm Monitor Module
condition and deenergizes the audible signal buss. The
The controls and indicators of the Alarm Monitor Module
are explained in the following paragraphs. See figure 3-
RESET position turns the ALARM lamps off when an
alarm condition no longer exists.
d.
Control Zone Identification. A clear plastic
a.
Lamp Test Switch.  The LAMP TEST
switch is a two-position center-off toggle switch provided
covered receptacle, located near the center of the front
panel,  is  provided  for  inserting  a  control  zone
to initiate a check of the ALARM indicator lamps. The
identification tag.
switch is spring-loaded to the center-off position.
b.
Alarm Indicators Lamps.  These lamps
remain off during operation until an alarm condition is
3-4.
Status Monitor Module
sensed in the J-SIID system. An alarm condition causes
The controls and indicators of the Status Monitor
the indicator lamps to begin flashing to provide a
Module are explained in the following paragraphs. See
warning. Activation of the ACK/RESET switch to ACK
causes the indicator lamps to cease flashing and go to a
a.
Lamp Test Switch.  The LAMP TEST
constant on condition.  Once the alarm condition is
switch is a two-position center-off toggle switch provided
determined and eliminated, the lamps can be returned
to initiate a check of all indicator lamps. The switch is
to off by activating the RESET/ACK switch to RESET.
spring-loaded to the center-off position.
The reset action will not turn the ALARM lamps off as
b.
Alarm Indicator Lamps.  These lamps
long as the ALARM condition exists.
remain off during operation until an alarm condition is
c.
Reset/Ack Switch.
The RESET/ACK
sensed in the J-SIID system. An alarm condition causes
switch is a three-position, momentary on both sides,
the indicator lamps to begin flashing to provide a visual
center-off toggle switch. The ACK position allows the
warning. Activation of the ACK/RESET switch to ACK
operator to acknowledge an alarm condition in the J-
causes the indicator lamps to cease flashing and
SIID system. The ACK position serves to change the
3-2

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