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Figure 1-3. Identification Plate, Processor
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TM-5-6350-264-14-P-2 Transceiver Ultrasonic Motion Signal RT-1 161 / FSS-9(V) NSN
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Figure 2-1. Simplified Block Diagram
TM 5-6350-264-14&P-2
NAVELEX EE181-AA-OMI-030/E121 RT1161 M9443
T.O. 31S9-2FSS9-1-2
CHAPTER 2
OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
Section I. OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
2-3.
EMERGENCY OPERATION. Operation with
2-1. CONTROLS AND INDICATORS. There are no
incomplete surveillance coverage or faulty tamper
operator controls or indicators applicable to this
circuit should be held to a minimum. Extended periods
equipment.
of operation on battery (standby) power should be
2-2. NORMAL OPERATING PROCEDURES. The UMS
avoided.
is ready for operation after the Transceiver(s) and
2-4. UNUSUAL OPERATING CONDITIONS.
Processor are installed, tested, and connected to the J-
Relocation of files, cabinets and partitions, or operation
SIIDS Control Unit. Since the startup and shutdown of
of new or faulty equipment within the protected area, will
the UMS are dependent upon the presence or absence
affect system sensitivity.
of power from the J-SIIDS Control Unit, no operating
procedures are required.
Section II. THEORY OF OPERATION
2-5.  FUNCTIONAL DESCRIPTION.  The Processor
Processor, and compared to the original signal. If the
reflected signal matches the original, the UMS does not
generates a closely controlled signal of 26.3 kHz. This
alarm.  If the reflected signal does not match the
signal is fed to the Transceiver, where the transmit
original, the difference is sensed by the detector circuit
transducer converts it to ultrasonic sound energy and
and the alarm circuit sends an alarm signal to the J-
radiates it into the protected area. The ultrasonic sound
SIIDS Control Unit. See figure 2-1 for a simplified block
is reflected from walls or objects within the area and is
diagram.  Each Processor can handle up to twenty
picked up by the receive transducer which converts it
Transceivers to provide coverage of a larger area or
back to an electrical signal. If there is any movement
several  separate  areas.
However,  the  total
within the secured area, the reflected sound will be
interconnecting coaxial cable must be limited to 500
shifted to a higher or lower frequency.  The returned
feet (152.4 m).
signal is amplified by the Transceiver, fed back to the
2-1

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