ERMO 482x PRO - Integrated Security Corp

ERMO 482x PRO - Integrated Security Corp
ERMO 482x PRO
External Microwave Protection
Barrier
Installation Handbook
Edition 4.4
© CIAS Elettronica S.r.l.
Ed. 4.4
3.1.1 Transmitter Circuit .................................................................................................................................................40
3.1.2 Receiver Circuit ......................................................................................................................................................43
3.2 EQUIPMENT CONNECTION TO THE POWER SUPPLY............................................................................................................46
3.2.1 Connection to the Power Supply .............................................................................................................................46
3.2.2 Connection of stand-by Battery...............................................................................................................................46
3.3 CONNECTION TO THE CONTROL PANEL .............................................................................................................................47
3.3.1 Alarm contacts: Alarm, Tamper, Fault ...................................................................................................................47
3.3.2 Synchronism connection .........................................................................................................................................48
3.3.3 Stand-by connection................................................................................................................................................48
3.3.4 Test connection .......................................................................................................................................................48
3.3.5 Balanced Line connection .......................................................................................................................................48
3.4 SERIAL LINE RS-485.........................................................................................................................................................50
3.4.1 RS - 485 / 232 Network Connection Interface ........................................................................................................50
3.4.2 RS -485 Serial Line connections .............................................................................................................................50
3.4.3 Network Configuration and Signal Repeaters ........................................................................................................50
4. ADJUSTMENT AND TESTING.........................................................................................................................................52
4.1 ADJUSTMENT AND TESTING ..............................................................................................................................................52
4.1.1 Transmitter Setting-up ............................................................................................................................................52
4.1.2 Receiver Setting-up .................................................................................................................................................53
4.2 ADJUSTMENT AND TESTING WITH SOFTWARE ...................................................................................................................56
5. MAINTENANCE AND ASSISTANCE ..............................................................................................................................57
5.1 TROUBLESHOOTING ..........................................................................................................................................................57
5.2 MAINTENANCE KITS ..........................................................................................................................................................57
6. CHARACTERISTICS ..........................................................................................................................................................58
6.1 TECHNICAL CHARACTERISTICS ..........................................................................................................................................58
6.2 FUNCTIONAL CHARACTERISTICS .......................................................................................................................................59
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ERMO 482X PRO
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1. DESCRIPTION
1.1 Description
The Ermo 482x PRO equipment is a digital microwave barrier of CIAS, for internal and external
volumetric protection. Such a system can detect the presence of somebody or something moving
within the sensitive field present between a transmitter (Tx) and a receiver (Rx).
The received signal is processed in digital way and analysed with “Fuzzy” logic in order to obtain
maximum performances and a minimum of false alarm rate.
The Ermo 482x PRO equipment is available with the following field range:
-
ERMO
ERMO
ERMO
ERMO
ERMO
482x PRO / 50
482x PRO / 80
482x PRO / 120
482x PRO / 200
482x PRO / 250
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Range 50 meters
Range 80 meters
Range 120 meters
Range 200 meters
Range 250 meters
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1.2 Block Diagram
In the following diagrams are showed the functional block of the complete Ermo 482X Pro
(Transmitter and Receiver).
Battery
BATTERY CHARGER
TEMINAL BLOCK
CONNECTOR FOR
SETTING AND
MAINTENANCE
INSTRUMENT
STC-95
Ms3
J3
Ms1
CONNECTOR FOR
MW OSCILLATOR
Ms2
CPU
F3
F2
POWER SUPPLY AND
BATTERY CHARGER
DEFAULT
PARAMETERS
AMPLIFIER
Sw1
89
67 A
MODULATION
CHANNEL
SELECTOR
4
23 5
B CD
RL
ALA
E F0 1
WORK
PARAMETERS
Sw3
RL
FLT
01 2
01 2
34 5 6
RELAYS
ALARM
INTERFACE
NUM. BARRIER
SELECTOR (TEN)
Sw2
PASSWORDS
78 9
Ms4
78 9
34 5 6
RL
TMP
MW
ANTENNA
J1
PREAMPLIFIER AND
SYNC SELECTOR
+ 5 Vdc
VOLTAGE
REGULATOR
MW
OSCILLATOR
10.525 GHz
NUM. BARRIER
SELECTOR (UNIT)
T°
Jp5
TEMPERATURE
SENSOR
J6
HYSTORICAL
EVENTS
32768 Hz
RTC
Amp1
SERIAL LINE
Ms5 CONNECTOR
AND
TERMINAL BLOCK
RS-485
INTERFACE
BOX
OPENING AND TILT
PROTECTIONS
J5
4.00 MHz
Ermo 482X Pro Transmitter Block Diagram
Battery
BATTERY CHARGER
TEMINAL BLOCK
CONNECTOR FOR
SETTING AND
MAINTENANCE
INSTRUMENT
STC-95
J3
Ms1
Ms2
F3
F2
POWER SUPPLY AND
BATTERY CHARGER
Ms3
+ 5 Vdc
VOLTAGE
REGULATOR
CONNECTOR FOR
MW DETECTOR
REGULATED
AMPLIFIER
CPU
MW DETECTOR
10.525 GHz
MW
ANTENNA
J1
DEFAULT
PARAMETERS
DIGITAL
AUTOMATIC
GAIN
CONTROL
Sw3
Jp4
RL
ALA
TEMPERATURE
SENSOR
01 2
Sw2
012
FUNCTIONS
SELECTOR
Sw1
RL
TMP
RELAYS
ALARM
INTERFACE
RS-485
INTERFACE
J5
Ms4
SETTING
SWITCHES
3 45 6
7 89
Jp5
78 9
34 5 6
PASSWORDS
RL
FLT
01 2
T°
7 89
34 5 6
WORK
PARAMETERS
HYSTORICAL
EVENTS
ALIGNMENT AND WALK TEST
INTERFACE
BOX
OPENING AND TILT
PROTECTIONS
SERIAL LINE
CONNECTOR AND
TERMINAL BLOCK
Amp1 J4
11.0592 MHz
ANALOG
EVENTS
MONITOR
32768 Hz
RTC
Ermo 482X Pro Receiver Block Diagram
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2. INSTALLATION
2.1 Preliminary Information
Due to the various types of ERMO 482x PRO barrier, there are some different kinds of installation
and fixing unit types related to user requirements.
2.2 Number of Sections
Having to design protection with volumetric barriers of a closed perimeter, besides having to split
the perimeter within a certain number of sections that take into account the management need of
the entire plant, it must be remembered that it is always preferable to install an even number of
sections. This consideration is bound to the fact that the likely reciprocal interferences between
adjacent sections are annulled should at the vertices ( cross ) of the polygon, resulting from the
installation of the various sections, be installed two equipment w ith the same name, tw o
transmitters or two receivers. It is evident that this might occur only if the number of sections is
even. Should it not be possible to have an even number of sections then some careful
considerations must be made on interferences that might likely occur in order to find the vertex
point where retained best to place the transmitter near the receiver. The following pictures show
some typical cases for which the most correct solution is given ( see figure 1 ).
WRONG
CORRECT
CORRECT
WRONG
CORRECT
CORRECT
Figure 1
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2.3 Ground conditions
It is inadvisable to install the equipment along sections with tall grass (more than 10 cm),
ponds, longitudinal waterways, and all those types of grounds whose structure is rapidly
mutable.
2.4 Presence of Obstacles
The fences, are generally metallic therefore highly reflecting hence causing various problems,
for this reasons some precautions are suggested:
- first of all, make sure that the fence has been properly fixed in order that the wind does
not move;
- if it is possible the microwave beam should not be placed in parallel to a metallic fence, is
necessary to create a corner with it;
- metal fences placed behind the equipment night cause distortions to the sensitive beam
especially, and might cause movement detection in unexpected spots, with subsequent
likely generation of false alarms;
- in case of Mw barrier should be installed in a corridor between two metallic fences, the
width of the corridor should be not less to 5 m; if less contact CIAS technical assistance
Along the section, within the area of the protection field, are allowed pipes, poles or similar (e.g.,
lamp posts) as long as their dimensions, with respect to the protection beam, are not too
excessive. The trees, hedges, bushes in general , need very great attention if near or within
the protection beams. These obstacles vary in size and position, in fact they grow and they can
be moved by the wind. Therefore, it is absolutely inadvisable to tolerate the presence of the cited
obstacles within the protection sections.
Figure 2
It is possible to tolerate the presence of these elements near the protection sections only if their
growth is limited through routine maintenance, and if their movement is stopped through
containment barriers. Various Obstacles might be present along the protection sections. For
them there is the need to make the same considerations and take the same necessary
precautions adopted for the above cases. This cause of Dead zones not protected and
Hypersensitive zones which cause false alarm.
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2.5 Amplitude of the Sensitive Beam
The amplitude of the Sensitive Beam depends on the distance between the transmitter and the
receiver, on the antenna type and on the sensitivity adjustment set. The figures below state the
diameter half-way of the sensitive beam section (based on the length of the section) in case of
maximum and minimum sensitivity (see next figures ).
10
9
8
Half range
sensitive zone
diameter [m]
Maximum
sensitivity
7
6
5
4
Minimum
sensitivity
3
2
1
Range [m]
5
10
15
20
25
30
35
40
45
50
Figure 3 Diameter of sensitive beam at the half-section length (ERMO 482x PRO/ 50)
20
18
16
Half range
sensitive zone
diameter [m]
Maximum
sensitivity
14
12
10
8
Minimum
sensitivity
6
4
2
Range [m]
20
40
60
80
100
120
140
160
180
200
Figure 4 Diameter of sensitive beam at the half-section length (ERMO 482x PRO/ 80-120200)
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10
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Half range
sensitive zone
diameter [m]
Maximum
sensitivity
7.5
5
Minimum
sensitivity
2.5
Range [m]
25
50
75
100
125
150
175
200
225
250
Figure 4bis Diameter of sensitive beam at the half-section length (ERMO 482x PRO/ 250)
Remark: that for the ERMO 482x PRO equipment, the sensitivity regulation to be considered to
obtaining the dimensions of the sensitivity beam at half- section length, is that of the
pre-alarm threshold. The higher the pre-alarm thres hold the low er the sensitivity ,
and vice versa.
It’s important to keep in mind that the pre-alarm threshold determines the beginning
of the intelligent analy sis: all signals below this threshold, are considered noise, and
anyway of low importance. All the signals higher this threshold are analyzed following
Fuzzy rules.
The prealarm and alarm thresholds, are settable both with software WAVE-TEST and
with rotary switches on board on each receiver. Default setting corresponds to a
medium sensitivity fightable for most of the cases.
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2.6 Length of the Dead Zones near the equipment
The length of the Dead Zones near the equipment is based on the distance of the equipment
from ground, on the sensitivity set on the receiver and on the type of antenna used.
With regard to the considerations stated above, and based on plant requirements, the equipment
must be installed at a certain height from ground. In mean plant the height must be 80 cm.
from the ground and the centre of the equipment (90 cm for 250m barriers). With medium
sensitivity setting, the suggested crossing overlap is 5 m., for the 80-120-200 m. 12.5 m for 250
m barriers versions and 3,5 m. for the 50 m. version.
100
100 Antenna centre
Maximum
90
90
height from
sensitivity
Minimum
ground [cm]
80
80
sensitivity
70
70
60
60
50
50
40
40
30
30
20
20
10
Dead Zone 10
lenght [m]
1
2
6
3
4
5
7
8
9
10
Figure 5 ERMO 482x PRO-50: Dead zone length near the equipment versus installation height.
100 Antenna centre
height from
90
ground [cm]
80
Maximum
sensitivity
Minimum
sensitivity
100
90
80
70
70
60
60
50
50
40
40
30
30
20
20
10
Dead Zone
10
lenght [m]
1
2
6
3
4
5
7
8
9
10
Figure 6 ERMO 482 X PRO. 80-120-200: Dead zone length near the equipment versus
installation height.
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100
Antenna centre
90
height from
ground [cm]
80
Maximum
sensitivity
Minimum
sensitivity
100
90
80
70
70
60
60
50
50
40
40
30
30
20
20
10
Dead Zone 10
lenght [m]
80-85 cm
2.5
15
5
7.5
10
12.5
17.5
20
22.5
25
Figure 6bis ERMO 482 X PRO. 250: Dead zone length near the equipment versus
installation height.
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3.1 Terminal Blocks, Connectors and Circuits Functions
ING
TEST
ST.BY
GTS2
GTS1
PT 2
PT 1
ALL2
ALL1
L0
LH
GND1
13,8V
Jp6
GND
3.1.1 Transmitter Circuit
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
4
3
2
1
1
2
MS 3 Jp4
OUT
Jp5
1
MS 4
1 D7 D8 D9
MS5
Rete
SYNC
IN
D15
Jp1
SW3 SW2
SW1
J3
Batteria
S1 BackUp
AMP1
MS1
J1
1
MS2
2
1
2
Figure 8 Layout of connectors, jumpers, LEDs and presetting in transmitter board
The following tables shows the connector pin functions present on ERMO 482x PRO Transmitter
TRANSMITTER TERMINAL BLOCK
MS2
Term Sy mbol
Function
19 V~ Mains ac power supply input (19 V~) or (24V )
1
19 V~ Mains ac power supply input (19 V~) or (24V )
2
TRANSMITTER TERMINAL BLOCK
Term Sy mbol
ALL 1
1
ALL 2
2
PT 1
3
PT 2
4
GST 1
5
GST 2
6
ST BY
7
TEST
8
GND
9
ING
10
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MS4
Function
Alarm relay contact (Normally Closed)
Alarm relay contact (Normally Closed)
Tamper relay contact (Normally Closed) + bulb contact (AMP1)
Tamper relay contact (Normally Closed) + bulb contact (AMP1)
Fault relay contact (Normally Closed)
Fault relay contact (Normally Closed)
Auxiliary input for Stand-By command (Norm. Open from GND)
Auxiliary input for Test command (Norm. Open from GND)
Ground auxiliary connection
Balanced Line Input for external device (detector)
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TRANSMITTER TERMINAL BLOCK
MS5
Term Sy mbol
Function
+13,8 Dc Power Supply (13,8 V ) for RS-485/232 converter
1
GND 1 Ground connection for Data and Power Supply
2
LH
+ RS 485 (High Line)
3
LO
- RS 485 (Low Line)
4
TRANSMITTER TERMINAL BLOCK
MS1
Term Sy mbol
Function
13,8V +13,8 VDC Connection for Battery (Protection Fuse F3 = T2A)
1
GND 1 Ground connection for Battery
2
TRANSMITTER TERMINAL BLOCK
MS3
Term Sy mbol
Function
GND 1 Ground connection for sync cable
1
SYNC Sync In/Out connection to perform Slave/Master operation
2
setting JP1
TRANSMITTER CONNECTOR J1
Connector for MW oscillator (DRO)
Term Sy mbol
Function
GND Ground connection for MW oscillator
1
DRO Modulation Frequency connection for MW oscillator
2
GND Ground connection for MW oscillator
3
TRANSMITTER CONNECTOR
Measure Connector
Term Sy mbol
N.C.
1/3
GND
4
N.C.
5
+13,8
6
N.C.
7/11
+5V
12
OSC
13
N.C.
14/15
+8V
16
J3
Function
Not Connected
Ground
Not Connected
Power Supply (13,8 V )
Not Connected
Internal Power Supply (5 V )
Oscillator functioning Measure (+ 4V
Not Connected
Internal Power Supply (8 V )
= OK)
TRANSMITTER CONNECTOR J5
Micro switch Connector for Radome Tamper
Term Sy mbol
GND
1
ING
2
GND
3
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Function
Ground connection for Tamper
Tamper Input
Ground connection for Tamper
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TRANSMITTER CONNECTOR J6
10 pin Connector for direct PC Serial Line connection (Wave-Test SW)
Term Sy
1/2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
mbol
N.C.
+13,8
N.C.
LO
N.C
LH
N.C.
GND
N.C.
Function
Not Connected
Power Supply (13,8 V ) Converter interface RS-485/232
Not Connected
Low Line for RS 485
Not Connected
High Line for RS 485
Not Connected
Ground
Not Connected
TRANSMITTER CHANNELS SWITCH
N° Sy
1
mbol
Function
SW1
Hexadecimal Modulation Channel Selector
TRANSMITTER NUMBER OF BARRIER SWITCHES SW2 SW3
N°
2
3
Symbol Function
SW2
Barrier Number selector (units column)
SW3
Barrier Number selector (tens column)
TRANSMITTER FUSES
N° Sy
1
mbol
Function
F1
Tx Circuit Power supply (13,8 V ) protection fuse (T2A-250V
slow blow)
F2
AC Power supply protection fuse 19 V~ (T2A-250V slow blow)
F3
Power supply protection fuse for Battery 13,8 V (T2A-250V
slow blow)
2
3
TRANSMITTER LEDS
N° Sy
7
8
9
15
mbol
D7
D8
D9
D15
Function
Fault indication. ( OFF by means of Jp4)
Tamper indication. ( OFF by means of Jp4)
Alarm indication. ( OFF by means of Jp4)
Main presence indication
Default
ON
ON
ON
ON
TRANSMITTER JUMPERS
N°
1
4
5
6
Symbol Function
Jp1
Internal Modulation signal (Tx-Master, Sync-Out)
or External Modulation signal (Tx Slave, Sync-In)
Jp4
Exclusion for fault, tamper and alarm indication
Leds (Jp4 DOWN leds OFF)
Jp5
RS485 Line termination (Jp5 DOWN line
terminated)
Enable / Disable Balanced Line Input (Closed =
Jp6
Input disabled)
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OUT
ON
OFF
OFF
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SW1
1
SW3 SW2 Jp4
PT 1
5
4
3
13,8V
PT 2
6
GND1
GTS1
7
LH
GTS2
8
L0
ST.BY
9
ALL2
TEST
10
ALL1
ING
S3
GND
3.1.2 Receiver Circuit
2
1
4
3
2
1
MS3
D9
MS4
D 17
1
D11
D7
D10
D6
D8
JP5
AMP1
J4
Batteria
BackUp
1
Jp3
MS2
1
2
19V~
2
19V~
1
GND1
J3
S1
MS1
+13,8 V
J1
Figure 9 Layout of connectors, jumpers, LED and presetting in receiver board
The following tables shows the connector pin functions present on ERMO 482x PRO Receiver
board.
RECEIVER TERMINAL BLOCK
MS2
Tem Sy mbol
Function
Vac
Mains ac power supply input (19 V~) or (24V )
1
Vac
Mains ac power supply input (19 V~) or (24V )
2
RECEIVER TERMINAL BLOCK
Term Sy mbol
ALL 1
1
ALL 2
2
PT 1
3
PT 2
4
GST 1
5
GST 2
6
ST BY
7
TEST
8
GND
9
ING
10
Function
Alarm relay contact (Normally Closed)
Alarm relay contact (Normally Closed)
Tamper relay contact (Normally Closed) + bulb contact
Tamper relay contact (Normally Closed) + bulb contact
Fault relay contact (Normally Closed)
Fault relay contact (Normally Closed)
Auxiliary input for Stand-By command (Norm. Open from GND)
Auxiliary input for Test command (Norm. Open from GND)
Ground auxiliary connection
Balanced Line Input for external device (detector)
RECEIVER TERMINAL BLOCK
Term Sy
mbol
+13,8
1
GND 1
2
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MS3
MS1
Function
+ 13,8 VDC Connection for Battery (Protection Fuse F3 =T2A)
Ground connection for Battery
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RECEIVER TERMINAL BLOCK
Term Sy mbol
+13,8
1
GND 1
2
LH
3
LO
4
MS4
Function
Dc Power Supply (13,8 V ) for RS-485/232 converter
Ground connection for Data and Power Supply
+ RS 485 (High Line)
- RS 485 (Low Line)
RECEIVER CONNECTOR J1
Connector for MW detector
Term Sy mbol
Function
GND Ground connection for MW oscillator
1
DET
Connection for MW detector
2
GND Ground connection for MW oscillator
3
RECEIVER CONNECTOR
Measure Connector
Term Sy mbol
N.C.
1/3
GND
4
N.C
5
+13,8
6
N.C
7/8
0,2V.
9
N.C.
10/11
+5V
12
N.C
13
VRAG
14
N.C.
15/16
J3
Function
Not Connected
Ground
Not Connected
Power Supply (13,8 V )
Not Connected
Detected Signal 200 mVpp
Not Connected
Internal Power Supply (5 V )
Not Connected
Automatic Gain Control Voltage
Not Connected
RECEIVER CONNECTOR J4
Micro switch Connector for Radome Tamper
Term Sy mbol
GND
1
ING
2
GND
3
Function
Ground connection for Tamper
Tamper input
Ground connection for Tamper
RECEIVER CONNECTOR J5
10 pin Connector for direct PC Serial Line connection (Wave-Test SW)
Term Sy
1/2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
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mbol
N.C.
+13,8
N.C.
LO
N.C
LH
N.C.
GND
N.C.
Function
Not Connected
Power Supply (13,8 V ) converter interface RS-485/232
Not Connected
Low Line for RS 485
Not Connected
High Line for RS 485
Not Connected
Ground
Not Connected
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RECEIVER FUSES
N° Sy
1
2
3
mbol
Function
F1
Power supply (13,8 V ) protection fuse (T2A-250V slow blow)
F2
AC Power supply protection fuse 19 V~ (T2A-250V slow blow)
F3
Power supply protection fuse for Battery 13,8 V (T2A-250V slow
blow)
RECEIVER JUMPERS
N° Sy mbol
Function
Jp3
Data
and
Parameters
Battery
Back-Up OFF (Jp3 right
3
position = battery connected (ON)
Jp4
Leds OFF from D6 to D11 (Jp4 UP = Leds OFF)
4
Jp5
RS 485 Line termination (Jp5 DOWN line terminated)
5
Default
ON
ON
OFF
RECEIVER LEDS
N° Sy mbol
D6
6
D7
7
D8
8
D9
9
D10
10
D11
11
D17
17
Function
Fault indication + Alignment and setting functions
Tamper indication + Alignment and setting functions
Alarm indication + Alignment and setting functions
Alignment and setting functions
Alignment and setting functions
Alignment and setting functions
Main presence indication
Default
ON
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON
SET –UP BUTTON FOR ALIGNEMENT AND SETTING
N° Sy
1
mbol
Function
S3
Button to accept data in alignment operation and to write
parameter in setting operations
RECEIVER FUNCTION SWITCH
SW1
N° Sy mbol
Function
SW1 10 positions functions rotary switch:
1
Position 1 = Barrier alignment
Position 2 = acquisition, of the installation values (Channel number
and AGC Voltage)
Position 3 = Prealarm thresholds Read/Write
Position 4 = Alarm thresholds Read/Write + Walk-Test
Position 5 = Masking thresholds Read/Write
Position 6 = Upper Prealarm thresholds Read/Write (FSTD)
Position 7 = Lower Prealarm thresholds Read/Write (FSTD)
Position 8 = Barrier number Read/Write
Position 9 = Alignment procedures ending (balanced line Active)
Position 0 = Alignment procedures ending (balanced line Inactive)
PARAMETERS AND BARRIER NUMBER READING AND SETTING
SWITCHES SW2- SW3
N° Sy mbol
Function
SW2 Decimal rotary switch to read or to set parameters during the
2
alignment operations (units column)
SW3
Decimal rotary switch to read or to set parameters during the
2
alignment operations (tens column)
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3.2 Equipment Connection to the Power Supply
Even if the equipment is Direct Current powered ( 13,8 V ), they still operate properly, but it is
advisable to power it by Alternating Current ( 19 V~ ) or (24 V ).
3.2.2 Connection of stand-by Battery
Into each equipment heads there is the housing for an optional rechargeable back-up lead
Battery 12 V – 1.9 Ah (optional). The battery is charged by the internal power supply, through
the red and black fastons and wires connected to the terminals 1 and 2 of the terminal block MS1
of the Rx and Tx circuit. The provided protection fuse (against overload and/or battery polarity
inversion) F1 is 2A (T2A) slow-blow type The back-up lead battery allows to the barrier head (TX
or RX), at least 12 hours of perfect working, in case of mains missing.
Remark: package, of the optional standby battery, must have a flame class equal or better than
HB ( UL 94 Standard ).
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3.3 Connection to the Control Panel
3.3.1 Alarm contacts: Alarm, Tamper, Fault
On transmitter and receiver PCB are present 3 relays. These Relays are static with dry contacts
normally closed. By means of these contacts it’s possible to communicate to the control panel the
following conditions:
• ALARM, TAMPER, FAULT
There are also 3 inputs to activate the following functions:
• Test (TX and RX)
• Stand-by (TX and RX)
• Synchronism (only TX)
The output contacts for alarm, tamper and fault, both on transmitter and receiver, are made by
Static Relays with maximum current of 100 mA.
Remark: in closed condition the resistance of these contact is about 40 ohm.
The connections to control panel must be made by means of shielded cables.
The relays are activated for the following reasons:
- ALARM RELAYS
1- Pre-alarm on receiver ( Remark1 )
2- Intrusion alarm on receiver
3- Receiver masking condition alarm
4- Alarm of external detector connected at Auxiliary Balanced Line
5- Successful result of test procedure operation on receiver
6- Insufficient received signal (V RAG >6,99V)
7- Channel alarm.
- TAMPER RELAYS
1- Cover removing (radome) (TX and RX)
2- Tilt Bulb position (TX and RX)
3- Tampering of external detector connected at Auxiliary Balanced Line
4- Cut of Auxiliary Balanced Line
5- Short circuit of Auxiliary Balanced Line.
- FAULT RELAYS
1- Battery voltage low (< +11V )
2- Battery voltage high (> +14.8V )
3- Temperature low (< -35°C internal)
4- Temperature high (> +75°C internal)
5- Fault of external detector connected at Auxiliary Balanced Line
6- RF (radio frequency) or BF (low frequency) Oscillator fault on Transmitter
7- Mains missing or power supply fault (more then 3 hours)
Remark 1: if the intrusion signal, after overcoming the pre-alarm threshold, stays for 40 sec
between pre-alarm and alarm threshold, the barrier gives a “pre-alarm” event, and
the alarm output is activate (the contact become opened).
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3.3.2 Synchronism connection
For the Synchronism operation between two Transmitters, it is necessary to interconnect the
terminals 2 “SYNC” and 1 “GND1” of terminal block MS3 of both Transmitters.
It is also necessary to select one Transmitter as “Master” and the other as “Slave”, by means of
jumper Jp1.
• Jp1 = “IN” position, the terminal 1 of MS3 is the input for an external synchronism signal,
so the Transmitter is “Slave”.
• Jp1 = “OUT” position, the terminal 1 of MS3 is the output for the synchronism signal
internally produced, so the Transmitter is “Master”
Remark: the cable connecting the two transmitters, must be as short as possible and not more
than 10 meters. If cables longer than 10 meters are required, it is necessary to use the
synchronism repetition circuit mod. SYNC 01.
3.3.3 Stand-by connection
For the Stand-by function activation, it is necessary connect to ground the terminal 7 “STBY” of
MS3 terminal block for the receiver circuit and connect to ground the terminal 7 “STBY” of MS4
terminal block for the transmitter circuit.
Remark: the Stand-by operation, doesn’t inhibit the barrier functionality, but deactivate the record
of events into “historical file” (TX and RX) and in the monitor file (RX).
3.3.4 Test connection
The Test function will be activated connecting to ground the terminal 8 “TEST” of the terminal
block MS4 on Transmitter circuit. If the test procedure is successful done, the alarm relays on
Receiver circuit will be activated later 10 second.
Remark: for high risk protection it’s necessary a Periodic Test for the equipments. By means for
these control panel will be able to detect tamper action. For the Test function activation
it witch have Ermo-Test instrument; it’s possible to test the microwave barrier,
temporary switching-off the transmitter.
3.3.5 Balanced Line connection
Either on transmitter and receiver PCB is provided a Balanced input were it’s possible to connect
an external detector and manage its activity trough each head (TX or RX). To activate this
function on the TX PCB, it’s necessary to open Jp5 jumper. To activate this function on the RX
PCB, it’s necessary to end the alignment procedure, leaving the function selector SW1 in position
9 instead of 0. The balanced inputs are provided at terminals 10 (ING) and 9 (GND) on terminal
block MS4 of the transmitter PCB, and MS3 of the receiver PCB. By these inputs it’s possible to
manage the following conditions of external detectors:
• rest condition of external detector
• alarm condition of external detector
• tamper condition of external detector
• fault condition of external detector
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In addition it’s possible to manage the following conditions:
• Line cut condition of the wires connecting the external detector at TX or RX PCB
• Short Circuit condition of the wires connecting the external detector at TX or RX PCB
To manage all these conditions it’s necessary to use weighting resistors connected like that
showed in the following picture.
EXTERNAL DETECTOR
470 Ω
470 Ω
1K Ω
SW1
SW3 SW2
ING
TEST
ST.BY
GTS2
GTS1
PT 2
PT 1
ALL2
ALL1
L0
LH
GND1
13,8V
S3
GND
1,5K Ω
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
4
3
2
1
MS3
D9
D11
D7
D10
D6
D8
MS4
D 17
JP5
AMP1
J4
1
2
1
2
19V~
MS2
MS1
J1
19V~
RECEIVER PCB
GND1
S1
J3
+13,8 V
J2
In the following table are indicated the voltage values present at balanced inputs for the possible,
detector and line, conditions. It is possible to read this values, also by means of MWA TEST SW
in the “Analogue values” window. (PC in local or remote connection)
CONDITIONS
INPUT VOLTAGE
[V dc]
Min.
LINE CUT
FAULT
TAMPER
ALARM
REST
LINE SHORT CIRCUIT
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3.4 Serial Line RS-485
3.4.1 RS - 485 / 232 Network Connection Interface
A standard RS 485 serial interface is provided on both transmitter and receiver of the ERMO 482
X PRO barrier. The communication parameters are the following:
Mode:
Baud rate:
Character length:
Parity control:
Stop bit:
Asynchronous - Half-Duplex
9600 b/s
8bit
No Parity
1
3.4.2 RS -485 Serial Line connections
The way of laying down the cable must be “multidrop” type (BUS), and the derivations for units
connection as short as possible. It is possible to use others cabling configurations like:full Star
type, mixed, Star and BUS type. Connect to the terminal 4 “LO” (“RS 485 –“ negative data line );
to the terminal 3 “LH” (“RS 485+” positive data line ) and to the terminal 2 “GND1” (data ground
line) of the terminal block MS4 for the Receiver PCB and MS5 for the Transmitter PCB. To
connect a PC on serial line is necessary to use a serial line converter RS 485/232 included in
MWA TEST sw.
Cable for connection of all the heads Rx and Tx
To the maintenance P. C. with MWA TEST Software
Connector
interface
MS4(Tx),
MS5(Rx
N° N°
1 12
29
3 10
4 11
Connector
25 pin
Symbol
+13,8
GND
LH 485
LO 485
Function
Power supply (13,8 VDC) per for 485/232 converter
Ground data and power supply for 485/232 converter
High Line for RS 485
Low Line for RS 485
3.4.3 Network Configuration and Signal Repeaters
The interconnection cable concerning barrier management through a remote P.C. must be
suitable for a RS485 serial data line, i.e., it must be a low capacity cable with 3 twisted and
shielded leads (70 pF/mt.) for example “Belden 9842”.The limit distances of the RS 485
connection is 1200 meters. For longer distances use one or more interface Regenerators (BUS
REP), see figure 11. The way of laying down the cable must be of BUS type, and the derivations
for units connection as short as possible. It is possible to lay down the cable in different manner:
full stellar; mixed, stellar and BUS type, using Repeaters / Regenerators and interface multipliers
(BUS REP), see figure 11. The total number of units (Tx and Rx) that can be connected to the
line are 32, for an higher number of units, it is necessary the use of one or more line regenerator
RS 485, this is true also in case of cable length lower than 1200 metres. Screen connection
continuity must be guaranteed to properly protect the cited line from induced noise. To this
concern the screen will have to be GROUNDED only in one point, i.e., near the power supply
unit. The power supply voltage to the RS485 / RS 232 interface converter must be delivered by a
local power supply unit, which will have to be placed near the converter proper For the central
COM-BS connection, the serial line coming from the barriers can be used directly without any
conversion.
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“STAR” NETWORK ARCHITECTURE USING “BUSREP” AS A MULTIPLIER
Line RS- 485
max 1200 mt.
1
RS232 RS-485
1
Field
Devices
BUSREP 1
13
1
1
Line RS- 485
max 1200 mt.
L4
32 L1
L3
L2
13,8 Vcc
3
2
LOCAL
POWER-SUPPLY
0 Vcc
31
32
3
2
SERIAL LINE
CONVERTER
RS-485/RS-232
1
Line RS- 485
max 1200 mt.
1
1
3
2
Field
Devices
32
Field
Devices
2
3
32
Field
Devices
The figure shows a system which requires a RS 485 serial line with several branch loops(“Star”
network architecture) This architecture is created using a BUSREP as a multiplier.The 4 resulting
sections can be up to 1,200 mt. long each and a maximum of 32 devices,including the BUSREP,
can be connected to each one. The first section includes the seriale line converter
SERIAL LINE
CONVERTER
RS-485/RS-232
BUSREP 1
13
1
RS232 RS-485
1
BUSREP 2
L4
L4
1
11
1
13,8 Vcc
LOCAL
POWER-SUPPLY
0 Vcc
L1
L3
L2
3
10
21 L1
12
L3
L2
13
Field
Devices
14
Field
Devices
20
22
23
24
29
Field
Devices
The figure shows a system which requires a RS 485 serial line that is longer than 1,200 metres.
Using two BUSREPs as regenerators, it was divided up into 3 sections each of which was shorter in length.
In this case there are less than 32 field devices, but they can be distributed on 3,600 metres-long line.
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4. ADJUSTMENT AND TESTING
4.1 Adjustment and Testing
A built in electronic alignment, parameter set and test tool, is provided in the receiver head of the
ERMO 482X PRO barrier. This is a very useful system both for installation and periodical
maintenance.
4.1.1 Transmitter Setting-up
To remove the radome unscrew the 6 screws until they turn loose, then release them out gently
without remove them completely. Rotate the radome anticlockwise (about 20°) and release it. To
close the MW head, fit the radome to it keeping the central logo rotated 20° anticlockwise. Rotate
the radome clockwise till the central logo is correctly positioned and then tight the 6 screws.
• Check the a.c. power voltage (19 V~) or d.c. (24 V ) at terminals 1 and 2 on terminal block
MS2 (Fig. 7).
• Disconnect the battery and check on the “fastons” the d.c. power supply voltage presence
(13.8V ).
• Reconnect the “fastons” to the battery paying attention to the polarity:
red wire (terminal 1 of MS2) to battery positive terminal
black wire (terminal 2 of MS2) to battery negative terminal.
Remark: any battery polarity reversal, blows the relative fuse (F2). The equipment will operate
properly after having correctly inserted the “fastons” and after having replaced the
blown fuse (T2A).
• Select, one of the 16 modulation channel available, by the hexadecimal switch (within 0 and
F). To increase the resistance to tampering actions, it is a good rule to preset different
channels for the different barriers installed in the same site. The use of different channel
doesn’t affect the detection ability of the barrier.
Remark: if one RX receives MW signal from its own transmitter and from another interfering
transmitter (for example due to reflections or any other field reason), it is necessary to
synchronize the two transmitters, selecting one as Master and the other as Slave. In
this case the modulation channel, for the slave transmitter, is the same selected on the
Master regardless its own selection.
It is possible to address each Transmitter Head thanks to the selectors SW2 and SW3.
How to write the address in the TX head: it is enough to select a number between 01 and 99
(00 means barrier 100), by the two rotary switches SW2 (units column) and SW3 (tens
column).
• Close the radome. To do this operation place the Radome near the back cover, keeping the
central logo rotated anticlockwise of 20°. Before to close the head ensure that the tilt switch is
vertically positioned. Then fit the front cover to the back cover and rotate it clockwise until the
central logo will be correctly positioned and tighten the screws.
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4.1.2 Receiver Setting-up
• To remove the radome unscrew the 6 screws until they turn loose, then release them out
gently without remove them completely. Rotate the radome anticlockwise (about 20°) and
release it. To close the MW head, fit the radome to it keeping the central logo rotated 20°
anticlockwise. Rotate the radome clockwise till the central logo is correctly positioned and then
tight the 6 screws.
• Check the a.c. power voltage (19 V~) or d.c. (24 V ) at terminals 1 and 2 on terminal block
MS2 (Fig. 8).
• Disconnect the battery and check on the “fastons” the d.c. power supply voltage presence
(13.8Vdc).
• Reconnect the “fastons” to the battery paying attention to the polarity:
red wire (terminal 1 of MS2) to battery positive terminal
black wire (terminal 2 of MS2) to battery negative terminal.
Remark: any battery polarity reversal, blows the relative fuse (F2). The equipment will operate
properly after having correctly inserted the “fastons” and after having replaced the
blown fuse (T2A).
• To make the barrier alignment and parameters setting of the barrier using the built in tool,
make a preliminary visual mechanical alignment see the following instructions:
a. Be sure that the tamper switch is activated (Open circuit)
b. Select by the “function switch” SW1 position 1. The electronic alignment phase is activated.
c. Push S3 button. This action adjust the signal level and freeze, after some seconds, the
Automatic Gain Control. In that condition red leds D9, D10, D11 will be ON and green leds D6,
D 7, D8 will be OFF, and the buzzer BZ1 will produce a pulsed sound, this means that the
field signal has reached the proper working level.
d. Unscrew lightly the bracket screws and move the horizontal alignment of the receiver, looking
for the maximum received signal.
e. If, during the alignment, one or more green leds become ON means that the received signal
level is increased compared with the previous. In this case also the pulse frequency of the
sound produced by the on board buzzer, increase. Push again the button S3 and when the
green leds become OFF (proper working level), move horizontally in the same direction.
If during the movement for the alignment, instead of become ON the green leds, become OFF
one o more red leds, and the pulse frequency of the sound produced by the buzzer, decrease,
means that the received signal level is decreased compared with the previous, so it is
necessary to move back in the other horizontal direction and look for a better received signal.
If there is not a new maximum level, means that the present horizontal alignment is the best.
f. Unscrew lightly the bracket screws of the transmitter and move the horizontal alignment,
looking for the maximum received signal on the receiver head like indicated in the previous
point “e”.
g. Once the best alignment is reached (maximum signal available), screw strongly the bracket
screws, both on transmitter and receiver, to block the horizontal movement.
h. Unblock the vertical movement of the receiver and move it slightly upward. Push S3 button
and then move the head downward looking for the maximum signal like indicated in the
previous point “e”.
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i. Unblock the vertical movement of the transmitter and repeat the operation described for the
receiver vertical alignment. Once the best vertical alignment is reached (maximum signal
available), block the vertical movement both on transmitter and receiver.
j. Select by the “function switch” SW1 position 2 . The acquisition, of the installation values,
phase is activated. The installation values are the AGC voltage (V RAG) and the modulation
channel number. To complete the phase it is necessary to be sure that nothing change the
MW field state (for example the installer himself), then push the button S3 and wait few
seconds. When only the three green leds become ON, the phase is successfully completed. If
also the three red leds become ON means that the barrier will works but the signal received
was bed (too much noise or something interfering in the MW field). Push again the button S3
been sure that nothing interferes. If only the three red leds become ON the phase is
completely aborted, it is necessary to repeat the alignment phase, starting from the previous
point “e”, being sure that no obstacles are present in the MW field.
k. Select by the “function switch” SW1 position 3. The prealarm thresholds adjusting phase is
activated. The two prealarm thresholds are set under and over the rest field value. The
analysis process begin when the field value, overcomes one of them. If the field value remain
between the prealarm and the alarm threshold continuously for about 40 seconds, a prealarm
event is generated and the alarm relay is activated.
To read the present prealarm threshold value operate as follow:
• Rotate decimal switch SW3 (tens column) until the first red led (D9) becomes ON .
• Rotate decimal switch SW2 (units column) until the second red led (D10) becomes ON .
The reading values will be included between 01 and 80 (default value 15) Decreasing the
threshold value the sensitivity increase like the beam dimension.
To modify the present value increasing the sensitivity it is necessary to set, by means of the
two switches SW3 and SW2 a lower value and then push the button S3. To decrease the
sensitivity, it is necessary to set by means of the two switches SW3 and SW2, a higher value
and then push the button S3.
l. Select by the “function switch” SW1 position 4 . The alarm thresholds adjusting phase and
the walk test phase are activated. The two alarm thresholds are set under and over the rest
field value. They are higher compared with the corresponding prealarm threshold, and are
used to evaluate, at the end of the analysis process, if the field value change is enough to
generate an alarm event.
To read the present alarm threshold value operate as follow:
•
Rotate decimal switch SW3 (tens column) until the first red led (D9) becomes ON .
•
Rotate decimal switch SW2 (units column) until the second red led (D10) becomes ON .
The reading values will be included between 01 and 80 (default value 30 )Decreasing the
threshold value the sensitivity increase like the beam dimension.
To modify the present value increasing the sensitivity it is necessary to set, by means of the
two switches SW3 and SW2, a lower value and then push the button S3. To decrease the
sensitivity, it is necessary to set, by means of the two switches SW3 and SW2, a higher value
and then push the button S3. During this phase (SW1 position 4 ) it is also possible to make
the walk test. The barrier works using the present thresholds, and any change in MW field
strength received (for example due to an intruder moving in the sensible beam), causes the
activation of a pulsed sound produced by the on board buzzer. The pulse frequency is
proportional to the level change of the received microwave signal. If the pulse frequency
increases it means that, the level change of the received microwave signal, is increased and
therefore, it means, that the intruder is penetrated, deeply, in the protection beam. If at the end
of the analysis process, an alarm event is generated, the sound of the buzzer become
continuous (not pulsed). This allow to check the actual dimension of the protection beam an
also to verify if something movable in the protected area, like not well fixed fences, can
produce some trouble.
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m. Select by the “function switch” SW1 position 5. The masking thresholds adjusting phase is
activated. The two masking thresholds are set under and over the installation absolute field
value (VRAG) memorized during the phase 2 (see previous point j). They are used to check if
the changes of the absolute microwave field received are so large to decrease or cancel the
detection ability of the barrier. A thick layer of snow can produce this kind of changes, but
someone can produce them intentionally, in order to mask the receiver.
To read the present masking threshold value operate as follow:
• Rotate decimal switch SW3 (tens column) until the first red led (D9) becomes ON .
• Rotate decimal switch SW2 (units column) until the second red led (D10) becomes ON .
The reading values will be included between 01 and 80 (default value 60)
Decreasing the threshold value the sensitivity of the anti masking evaluation increase. To
modify the present value increasing the sensitivity (smaller changes produce masking alarm)
it is necessary to set, by means of the two switches SW3 and SW2, a lower value and then
push the button S3. To decrease the sensitivity (bigger changes produce masking alarm), it is
necessary to set, by the two switches SW3 and SW2, a higher value and then push the button
S3.
n. Select by the “function switch” SW1 position 6 . The higher prealarm threshold adjusting
phase is activated. During the phase k the two prealarm thresholds are positioned at the same
value. Increasing the value of the higher prealarm threshold, it is possible to activate the Fuzzy
Side Target Discrimination (FSTD) , system. This unique system present in ERMO 482x PRO
barriers, allows to filter or completely reject, signals generated from something moving on both
side of protection beam, for example: not well fixed fences or bushes. The resulting beam has
an ellipsoidal shape.
To read the present higher prealarm threshold value operate as follow:
• Rotate decimal switch SW3 (tens column) until the first red led (D9) becomes ON .
• Rotate decimal switch SW2 (units column) until the second red led (D10) becomes ON .
The reading values will be included between 01 and 80 (default value 15), and is the same
set at point k.
Increasing the higher prealarm threshold value the side sensitivity decrease like the side beam
dimension. To decrease the side sensitivity, it is necessary to set by
means of the two switches SW3 and SW2, a higher value and then push the button S3 Select
by the “function switch” SW1 position 7. The higher alarm threshold adjusting phase is
activated. As at previous point “n”, to activate the Fuzzy Side Target Discrimination (FSTD)
system, it is necessary increase also the higher alarm threshold (generally the same quantity
changed in previous point n)
To read the present higher prealarm threshold value operate as follow:
• Rotate decimal switch SW3 (tens column) until the first red led (D9) becomes ON .
• Rotate decimal switch SW2 (units column) until the second red led (D10) becomes ON .
The reading values will be included between 01 and 80 (default value 30), and is the same
set at point k.
Increasing the higher alarm threshold value the side sensitivity decrease like the side beam
dimension. To decrease the side sensitivity, it is necessary to set by
means of the two switches SW3 and SW2, a higher value and then push the button S3.
o. Select by the “function switch” SW1 position 8 . The barrier number setting phase is
activated. To communicate by the standard RS 485 serial interface provided on receiver of the
ERMO 482 X PRO barrier, it is possible to select one different barrier number for each receiver
installed in the specific site. This allows to communicate through the same bus with the
different barriers.
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To read the present barrier number selected operate as follow:
• Rotate decimal switch SW3 (tens column) until the first red led (D9) becomes ON .
• Rotate decimal switch SW2 (units column) until the second red led (D10) becomes ON .
The reading values will be included between 01 and 99. The value 00 means barrier 100, this
is the default value, used when a fatal error occurs and the default parameters are
automatically used. To modify the present barrier number it is necessary to set, by means of
the two switches SW3 and SW2 a new value and then push the button S3.
p. On the receiver PCB is provided a balanced input were it’s possible to connect an external
detector and manage its activity trough the head. To activate this function on the RX PCB, it’s
necessary to end the alignment procedure, leaving the function selector in position 9 (balanced
line active) instead of 0 (balanced line inactive). The alignment procedure is closed when the
radome will be closed and the tilt switch results in vertical position.
4.2 Adjustment and Testing with Software
Use a PC with WAVE-TEST CIAS program so as to view and manage all the software
parameters of the barrier, including the analogue levels of the thresholds and of the received
signal. The connections and/or software functions management procedures are specified in this
program’s technical documentation.
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5. MAINTENANCE AND ASSISTANCE
5.1 Troubleshooting
In case of false alarm, check the parameters recorded during the Installation phase (on
attached Test Sheet ), if there are divergences with permitted limits check again the related
points in chapter "Adjustment and Testing (4)"
Defect
Main Power supply LED off Tx
and/or Rx
Fault Led OFF
Alarm Led OFF
Possible Cause
obstacles in the protected field
Too low signal transmitted
Check out the Primary and Secondary
power supply of the Transformer
Ad just the connections
Change the Electronic board
Check the battery voltage and the
power supply
Check the temperature of the barrier
Change the Oscillator
Change the Electronic board
Check out that the protected field is
free from obstacles and free from
objects and/or person moving.
Re do the alignment procedure as
described in points: a,b,c,d,e,f,g,h,i of
charter 4.1.2
Do again the Channel acknowledge
procedure as described in point j of
charter 4.1.2
Check out the sensor connected to
the balanced line input. If no sensors
are connected ensure to finish the
installation with selector SW3 in
position 0. See chapter 4.1.2 point q,
Re do the alignment procedure as
described in points: a,b,c,d,e,f,g,h,i of
charter 4.1.2
Remove obstacles
Check the transmitter
Rx circuit fault
Rx MW part fault
Micro switch open
Tilt bulb in wrong position
BF Oscillator Fault
MW oscillator Fault
Change the Rx circuit
Change the RX MW part
Check the micro switch position
Check the position of the tilt bulb
Change the TX circuit
Change the MW part
Power Supply 19 V~ or 24V
missing
Connections broken
Power Supply circuit broken
Power too high or too low
Temperature too high or too low
Tx Oscillator Fault
Tx or Rx failures
Movement or obstacles in the
protected field
Barrier not properly aligned
Wrong channel selections
Alarm of sensor connected on
the balanced line input.
High AGC Voltage
Tamper Led OFF
Fault Led Off only on TX circuit
Possible Solution
Barrier not properly aligned
5.2 Maintenance kits
The Maintenance Kits are composed by circuits equipped with microwave cavities, their
substitution is very easy:
Unlock the only one fixing screw and install the new circuit into related plastic guides present on
the bottom box.
The circuit and cavity substitution on boot
transmitter and receiver heads doesn’t
changes the heads alignment, and so no new alignment is required
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6. CHARACTERISTICS
6.1 Technical characteristics
TECHNICAL CARACTERISTICS
Frequency
Maximum power
Modulation
Duty-cycle
Number of channels
Range:
ERMO 482X PRO/50
ERMO 482x PRO/80
ERMO 482x PRO/120
ERMO 482x PRO/200
ERMO 482x PRO/250
Power supply ( V ∼ )
Power supply ( V )
Current absorption TX in surveillance ( mA ∼ )
Current absorption TX in alarm ( mA ∼ )
Current absorption RX in surveillance ( mA ∼ )
Current absorption RX in alarm ( mA ∼ )
Current absorption TX in surveillance ( mA )
Current absorption TX in alarm ( mA
)
Current absorption RX in surveillance ( mA
)
Current absorption RX in alarm ( mA )
Housing for battery
Min
Nom
Max
Note
9,46 GHz
20mW
-
50/50
-
24,25 GHz
500 mW
16
e.i.r.p.
on/off
-
17 V
11,5 V
-
50 m
80 m
120 m
200 m
250 m
19 V
13,8 V
159
150
170
160
80
73
90
84
-
21 V
16 V
-
-
-
-
-
-25 °C **
3°
IP55
2930 g
2990 g
-
Intrusion alarm contact (TX+RX)
Radome removal contact (TX+RX)
Fault contact (TX+RX)
Intrusion alarm (TX+RX) Green LED ON
Radome removal (TX+RX) Green LED ON
Fault alarm (TX+RX) Green LED ON
Threshold adjustment
Weight without battery (TX)
Weight without battery (RX)
Diameter
Deep, brackets included
Working temperature
Performance level
Box protection level
**
12Vn/1,9A
h
100mA
C-NC
100mA
C-NC
100mA
C-NC
Not active
Not active
Not active
On board +
SW
305 mm
280 mm
+55 °C **
-
The manufacturer declares that the operational working temperatures for this device are included
within the range -35°C /+65°C
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6.2 Functional Characteristics
1)
2)
3)
Analysis
Analysis
Analysis
4)
Analysis
5)
Analysis
6)
Analysis
7)
Analysis
8)
Analysis
9)
Analysis
10) Availability
11) Availability
12) Availability
13) Activation
14) Activation
15) Activation
16) Activation
17) Availability
18) Availability
19) Availability
20) Availability
21) Availability
22) Availability
23) Availability
24) Availability
25) Availability
Signal processing according to behaviour model.
Modulation channel frequency processing (16 channels)
Absolute received signal value processing, To guarantee the S/N optimal value (Low level
signal).
Absolute received signal value processing, for fault detection, behaviour deterioration,
masking.
Signal trend to select various cases of AGC behaviour..
DC Power supply voltage processing (battery charger), High or Low.
AC Power supply voltage processing, Presence or Absence.
Ambient temperature processing, detection of permitted working range
Tampering of Tx and Rx heads.
Stand-by input control, for monitor adjustment and historical inhibition, living always active
the alarm status generation.
Test input control, to procure on receiver the alarm relay activation in case of positive
result.
Auxiliary balanced line allowing connection of additional sensor. Over two connection
conductors between sensor and Tx or Rx head. The capability is to discriminate the
following events: alarm, tamper, fault , line cutting, line short circuit
Three static relay output for alarm, tamper, fault on receiver and transmitter.
Three signalling LED for alarm, tamper, fault on receiver and transmitter
Synchronism signal output of transmitter for the other transmitters synchronization
Synchronism signal input on transmitter for the local transmitter synchronization
Output terminal block for the battery 12 V/2 Ah connection in case of mains absence.
16 positions switch for modulation channel frequency choice. During the installation phase
the receiver identifies and store automatically which channel must be used during
working phase.
Lithium battery on transmitter and receiver for data storage, also in case of power supply
completely OFF
Calendar watch on transmitter and receiver, for the event storage timing. Booth for
analogue events monitoring and historical events record.
Historical event records on transmitter and receiver, for the last 256 events (RX) 128 (TX)
occurred, with the value (if any), data, time and event types indication. The data
acquisition can be done with WAVE-TEST software, the data will be stored in historical
files (for read and print).
Up to 100 event records (2.5 seconds each) stored in receiver memory, related to
detected analogue signal if higher then user preset value (called monitor threshold).
A default parameters set, for transmitter and receiver, to use whenever absent or if the
self diagnosis detects a wrong parameter.
connector on transmitter and receiver, for external measures
P. C. connector on transmitter and receiver, for serial line RS485 connection, used with
software WAVE-TEST for tests, settings and management of barrier.
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