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Table 2-3. Monitor Cabinet and Status Monitor Module Operating Procedure M-1 cont'd - TM-5-6350-264-14-P-110021
TM 5-6350-264-14&P-11
NAVELEX EE 181-AA-OMI-120/E121 C-73594-60-1
T.O. 31S9-2FSS9-1-11
Table 2-3. Monitor Cabinet and Status Monitor Module Operating
Procedure M-1 - Continued
Indication
Operator response
4. SECURE indicator lights (green)
a. Momentarily place RESET/ACK switch on associated Status Monitor
flashing and audible signal device
Module in the ACK position.
sounding.
b. If change to SECURE is not part of a prearranged securing of protected
area, direct security personnel to indicated protected area to ensure
that area is physically secure.
5. AC POWER indicator lights(white)
a. Momentarily place RESET/ACK switch on associated Status Monitor
flashing and audible signal device
Module in the ACK position.
sounding.
b. If lights extinguish, inform designated personnel that ac power to
associated protected area has just been lost (NOTE 2) (NOTE 4).
c.
If lights stay on steady state, ac power has been restored to Control
Units.
NOTE 1
If alarm occurs when SECURE lights (green) are on, a high probability exists that personnel
are tampering with the system in the protected area or that personnel in the protected area
are in danger. Security personnel responding to the alarm should be provided with this
information if possible.
NOTE 2
Abnormal conditions shall be reported to the following personnel:
,telephone
,telephone
NOTE 3
At normal operating temperatures [60 to 100 (15.6 C to 37.8 )], Monitor Cabinet
F
F
0
C
battery will supply power for at least the following times:
One-zone, 24 hours.
Five-zone, 20 hours.
Twenty-five-zone, 12 hours.
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