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Ams 9040 u ltra c ontroller

Electronic Article Surveillance

AMS-9040 Ultra Controller

Ultra•Max Acousto-Magnetic Technology

Revised April, 2006

Rev. C


Training overview

Training Overview

  • Goal

    • The Goal of this training is to provide the service technician with the necessary skills to install, configure, and adjust the AMS-9040 system so that it performs to a level expected by the customer.

  • Products

    • This training Includes the AMS-9040 controller, associated system detectors, and the Service Configurator program.


Training overview1

Training Overview

  • Description

    • This course consists of a combination of lecture, demonstration, and follow on lab with an estimated length of 5-6 hours.

  • Prerequisite

    • Prior Ultra•Max EAS experience

    • ADS-216 Controller or AMS-9030 Controller


Training objectives cont

Training Objectives (cont.)

  • Upon completion of this training, using the service documentation, you should be able to:

    1.Describe the major components that make up an AMS-9040 EAS System.

    2.Identify and describe the various types of antennas and pedestals that can be used by the AMS-9040 controller.

    3.Describe the capabilities and limitations of any supported system configuration.

    4.Locate and describe the function of each connector in the AMS-9040 Controller.

    5. Install the AMS-9040 controller and make all necessary connections to power source, antennas, and alarm units.


Training objectives

Training Objectives

6. Using the ADS4 configurator, configure the 9040 controller to operate with any supported pedestal and antenna combinations.

7. Resonate transmitters and set adjustment for proper current.

  • Using the ADS4 configurator, monitor environment noise and configure and adjust receivers for best possible performance.

  • Download voice files to the antennas or to the Digital Remote alarm unit.

  • Using the ADS4 configurator, identify phasing issues and adjust phasing if necessary.

    11. Using the ADS4 configurator, isolate a hardware malfunction to a replaceable component.

    12. Update controller and antenna firmware when necessary.


Introduction

Introduction

  • AMS-9040 Controller is the latest generation, 4-channel design.

    • New electronics will expand the number of digital antennas that can be connected to a single controller to four.

    • Worldwide compatible*

    • Replaces today’s two-controller configurations with a single controller (at a comparable cost).

    • Move some antenna unique electronics from the controller to the antenna capacitor boards (reduces controller cost).

      * Note - with some restrictions in certain countries


Introduction1

Introduction

  • Supported Antennas

    • Digital ProMax IV

    • Digital FloorMax IV

    • Digital DoorMax IV

    • Digital Euro ProMax IV

    • AMS-3000 Loop

    • AMS-3003 Extended Loop

    • AMS-3010 Wide Exit Loop (9040 Loops are non European only)

    • Auxiliary Receivers Ranger SkyMax Mullion mount

  • Antennas Not Supported

    • EuroMax Plus

    • ProMax Plus

    • FloorMax (old)

    • FloorMax Plus

    • UltraPost Secondary


Introduction2

Introduction


Introduction3

Introduction

  • Design Features

    • Drive up to 4 XCVR Antennas

    • Drive up to 4 Aux Receivers/Noise canceling antennas

    • Drive up to two Remote Alarms

    • Drive up to two Beacon Lamps

    • Conduit Ready

    • Single Printed Circuit Board (PCB)

    • RS-485 interface

    • RS-232 Service Port

    • New antenna / peripheral architecture

    • New Digital Signal Processor (DSP) chip (TI), higher integration of DSP/receiver electronics

    • Configurator Required for Installation (New Configurator)

    • Similar in size and weight than the ADS-216 controller

    • The four transmitter channels can be multiplexed to eight antenna coils (typically four pedestals).


Introduction4

Introduction

  • Digital Antennas

    • Same antennas with newcapacitortuningboards

    • Each antenna now has an address selection switch which identifies its unique address

    • The alarm circuits are driven from the pedestal

  • Remaining Functions are the same as the D216 antennas

    • Assisted Transmitter Tuning

    • Service port at antennas

    • Antenna ID (Identifies Cap Board Type)

    • Key Switch to control the Alarms and the Tx


Introduction5

Introduction

  • New Capacitor Board Advantages

    • Independent alarm control of antennas

      • Zone Identification now possible

    • Supports different message per pedestal

    • Software on antennas now flash upgradeable

    • Higher noise immunity & higher data rates

    • Longer alarm messages with higher dynamic range

      Note - New pedestal is incompatible with existing digital antennas Capacitor Board.


Networks

RS485 to RS232 converter to Modem

(BB Electronics Model #485SD9TB)

Or

RS485 to Ethernet converter for Networking

(Lantronix Model #UDS10 converter)

System Network

RS-485

RS-485

Peripheral

Network

Networks

  • AMS-9040 System and Peripheral Networks


Mechanical description

J2: RS232/ Laptop interface

Single Printed Circuit Board (PCB)

J5: Sync Link

DS1: Status LED/Heartbeat

Cable Housing / Mounting Bracket

AC Power SwitchRocker Switch or

Optional Key Switch

Conduit openings for AC Power

Mechanical Description

  • 9040 Chassis Assembly


Mechanical description1

Tx Current Sense & Sequencer

AC Input/EMI Filter

DSP /ReceiverCircuits

Transmitter Power Ampsand High Voltage Supply

Low Voltage Supply

Mechanical Description

  • PCB: Major Functional Blocks


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  • PCB Connectors

4 Receive-Only Aux Ports

Antenna Comm Ports

4 Tx/Rx Ports

Comm port connections should correspond to TX/RX connections (A-A, B-B etc).

P1 P24 P4 P35 Aux A C P5 P25 P6 P36

A B C D A B C D

B D

9040 Controller Connectors


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P41 UltraLink Power (1) ….P7 Remote Alarms (2) P10 Beacon Lamps (2)

The 9040 can power no more than 2 remote alarms, 2 beacon lamps and 1 Ultra Link.

P3: AC Input

P8: RS485

P26: Pedestal Inhibit

P9: Relays 1 & 2

P12: Relays 3 & 4

P2: Wired Sync

Fan

P13: Fan Conn.

DS1: Status LED

/Heartbeat

J5: Sync Link

J2: RS232 (Laptop interface)

9040 Controller Connectors

  • PCB (cont.)


9040 controller description

9040 Controller Description

  • 9040 Transmitters

- Simultaneous Transmit of Two Antennas (4 Coils)

- Antennas A & C are multiplexed and Antennas B & D are multiplexed.(Similar to M4K)

- 2 AntennasAntennas A and B will transmit simultaneously

- 4 AntennasAntennas A and B will transmit simultaneously,then antennas C and D will transmit simultaneously

- 3 AntennasA and B transmit simultaneously, thenB and C will transmitsimultaneously


9040 controller description1

9040 Controller Description

  • 9040 Receivers:

    • The 9040 has eight Rx Channels

    • In normal Rx Configuration (phase flipping), one pedestal utilizes one Rx Channel.

    • If “nulling” or “coil 1-2” configuration is selected, the pedestal will utilize two Rx Channels.

    • Therefore, if you have Aux receivers or noise canceling coils associated with Pedestals A and B, you will want to connect the Rx-only antennas to Aux C and/or Aux D, rather than to Aux A and/or Aux BIf you use Aux A and B, It functions, but the system will be slowed down


Installation

Installation

  • Installation Steps

    • Install Controller

    • Install Antennas

    • Install Alarm Units

    • Make Connections

    • Set Antenna Addresses (New Step)

    • Configure (Zone Mapping) (New Step)

    • Tuning and Testing


Installation1

Top Cover

Cable Tray/mounting bracket Controller

Installation

  • Installing Controller

    • Remove Top Cover and Cable Tray/Mounting Bracketfrom Controller


Installation2

Installation

  • Installing Controller (cont.)

    • Remove knockouts closest to connectors they are associated with

      - Class 2 Dry for Remote Alarms

      - Class 2 Wet for AlarmManagement device

      - Class 3 for Antennas

    • Attach Conduit and/or Cables

Cable Tray / Mounting Bracket


Installation3

Installation

  • Installing Controller (cont.)

    • Mount Cable tray/mounting bracket to:

      - Wall

      - Ceiling

      - Shelf

Wall Ceiling Shelf


Installation4

OK Not OK

Installation

  • Installing Controller (cont.)

    • Wall Mounting Warning - Mounting Bracket can only be mounted facing up or with cable entry to the left, as shown.


Installation5

Installation

  • Installing Controller (cont.)

    • Mount Controller partially onto the mounting bracket, route cables through rectangular opening in the controller housing, attach connectors, and plug connectors into board.


Installation6

Installation

  • Installing Controller (cont.)

    • Hardwire AC Cable or attach Power Cord


Installation7

Installation

  • Installing Controller (cont.)

    • Slide Controller completely onto the mounting bracket and secure the two 1/4 turn fasteners


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Wiring Diagram


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Antenna DCap Board

Antenna CCap Board

Antenna BCap Board

Antenna ACap Board

P1 P24 P4 P35TXRX A TXRX B TXRXC RXRX D

Installing Digital 4 Antennas

  • Connect Tx/Rx cables to Power Pack

    • Install Romex-Type connectors or conduit fittings in knockouts

    • Route each Tx/Rx cable through knockout (locations on bracket)

    • Plug into appropriate TXRX connector on controller board(This connection determines which antenna is which (A,B,C,D) and also sets the address requirements for each cap board. (0,1,2,3))

9040Controller Board


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COM A COM B COM C COM D

RS485

P5 P25 P6 P36 P8

Wired Sync Relay 3 & 4 Relay 1 & 2 PED Inh.

P2 P12 P9 P26

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Connecting Conduit and Cables

  • Connect Com cables to Power Pack

    • Route each Com cable through knockout

    • Using a small screwdriver, attach Connectors 2109-0510-10 to each Com cable following the color coded label.


9040 controller description2

9040 Controller Description

  • Antenna Addressing

  • The antenna addresses range from 0 to 7.

  • The antenna cap board address must be set to match the connector that its attached to.

  • Ex. The cap board that is attached TX/RX A, must be set to address 0

  • Duplicate address are not allowed

  • The 9040 can support up to eight addressable antennas

  • If more than four are used, two Comm Cables can be terminated to a single Comm port.


Doormax and euro promax cap board

DoorMax and Euro ProMax Cap Board

  • Assisted Tuning is like D216, except only one coil is tuned at a time

    • If DS1 and DS2 are on, set JW1-5 to correspond to Tuning LEDs then Press Button

    • If DS1 and DS3 are on, set JW6-10 to correspond to Tuning LEDs then press button

    • Repeat until Tx Off LED remains off


Floormax cap board

FloorMax Cap Board

  • Assisted Tuning is like D216, except only one coil is tuned at a time

    • If DS1 and DS2 are on, set Left Bank jumpers to correspond to Tuning LEDs then Press Button

    • If DS1 and DS3 are on, set Right Bank jumpers to correspond to Tuning LEDs then press button

    • Repeat until Tx Off LED remains off


Promax cap board description

ProMax Cap Board Description

  • Assisted Tuning is like D216, except only one coil is tuned at a time

    • If DS1 and DS2 are on, set Bottom coil jumper to correspond to Tuning LEDs then Press Button

    • If DS1 and DS3 are on, set Top coil jumpers to correspond to Tuning LEDs then press button

    • Repeat until Tx Off LED remains off


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Installing Digital 4 Pedestals

  • For each pedestal, connect the Tx/Rx (4-conductor) and Com (9-conductor) cables to the capacitor board.

    • Using a small screwdriver, attach the TX/Rx cable to connector 2109-0254-04 according to the following: Pin 1-Black Pin2-Red Pin 3-Green Pin 4-White Pin 5-Shield

    • Insert connector 2109-0254-04 into pluggable terminal block P1 on the capacitor board

Tx/Rx

P1


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Installing Digital 4 Pedestals

  • Using a small screwdriver, attach the Com cable to connector 2109-0510-10 following the color-coded label:Pin 1-Black Pin 2-Brown Pin 3-Red Pin 4-Orange Pin 5-Yellow Pin 6-Green Pin7-Blue Pin 8-Violet Pin 9-Gray Pin 10-Shield

  • Insert connector 2109-0510-01 into P6 on Cap board

P6Com Cable


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Connecting Conduit and Cables

  • Set Antenna Addresses

    • Ped A Cap Board to 0

    • Ped B Cap Board to 1

    • Ped C Cap Board to 2

    • Ped D Cap Board to 3

Selectable from 0 to 7On Cap Board


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Pedestal Tuning

  • The antenna is shipped with the jumpers set to default settings that are acceptable for most installations. However, the antenna may require tuning to adjust for conditions at the installation site.

  • To tune the pedestal, do the following:

    • Turn off power pack

    • Make sure P10(in all Digital 4 antennas) is removed when the pedestal connected to AMS-9040 controller

    • Access the capacitor board in the enclosure

    • Make sure that the jumpers are set to defaults.


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Pedestal Tuning


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Pedestal Tuning

  • Turn On power pack

    • Beginning with Antenna A, check the green Tx Off LED on the capacitor board for each antenna.

      • If the green Tx Off LED is off, the antenna is tuned.

      • If the green Tx Off LED is on, the antenna needs tuning.

    • The antenna is tuned by changing jumper settings on the capacitor board. The controller assists tuning by lighting LED's to indicate the correct jumper settings.


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Pedestal Tuning

  • Step 1

    • When DS2 is on indicates the tuning setting is for the Bottom coil (left bank)

    • Set the jumpers JW1-JW7 per the DS4-DS10 respectively

    • Next, depress check tuning button


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Pedestal Tuning

  • Step 2

    • When DS3 is on indicates the tuning setting is for the Top coil (right bank)

    • Set the jumpers JW8-JW14 per the DS4-DS10 respectively

    • Next, depress check tuning button

  • Repeat Step 1 and 2 Until DS1 is off


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WARNING—RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK!

The green Tx Off LED on the capacitor board must be ON before changing jumpers. It indicates there are no high voltages on the board.

Pedestal Tuning

  • Change the jumpers on the capacitor board to the settings indicated by the yellow LED's on the capacitor board.

  • If a yellow jumper LED is on, place the corresponding jumper in the “In” (1-2) position.

  • If a yellow jumper LED is off, place the corresponding jumper in the “Out” (2-3) position.


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Pedestal Tuning

  • Press the check tuning button on the capacitor board and return to previous step and change jumpers again to match LED's

    • After repeating these two steps several times, the antenna should be tuned with all yellow LED's off except DS3 will be flashing one second on and one second off to indicate normal operation.

  • After repeating step 1 and 2 eight times the yellow LED's flash five times, this mean the pedestal did not tuned to the max current and pedestal cannot be tuned. Turn off the power pack and check cable connections and antenna coil connections

  • Repeat the above tuning procedures to all the antennas


Basic operation

Basic Operation

  • Detection Processing

    • The detection processing consists of determining whether eight criteria have passed:

    • Signal-to-noise ratio (diversity combined tag signals exceeds the threshold)

    • Frequency Mean

    • Frequency Range

    • Demod. Amp

    • Demod. Phase

    • Q Amp

    • Q Phase

    • SNR Noncoh.

    • If all of these conditions have been met, the alarm is activated.


Basic operation1

Basic Operation

  • Transmitter / Receiver Sequence (1 time slot)


Basic theory of operation

Basic Theory of Operation

  • Decision Sequence- No more Validation state - Performs Continuous Validation


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Installation Considerations

  • European Applications,Click here Non-European Applications,Continue with next slide


Configurations

Configurations

The following configurations and restrictions are for Non-European applications only


Application requirements

Application Requirements

  • Pedestals

    • Transmitters operate at 16 amps, Phase Flipping

      • Pedestals A and B firing simultaneous-alternating

      • Pedestals C and D firing simultaneous-alternating

  • FloorMax Antennas

    • Transmitters operate at 16 amps, Phase Flipping

    • Antennas must be installed so that adjacent antennas donot fire simultaneously

    • The installed order of the antennas across the exit must be:

      • A - C for two antennas

      • A - C - B for three antennas

      • A - C - B - D for four antennas


Application requirements1

Application Requirements

  • Loop Antennas

    • Systems have transmitter current limitations.

    • Refer to the antenna installation guides.


Example configurations

Door 1

Door 1

Zone 2

Zone 1

Zone 1

Tx/Rx C

Tx/Rx B

Tx/Rx B

Tx/Rx A

Tx/Rx A

Dual Split

Example Configurations

  • Dual (1or 2 Zones)

  • Split (1, 2, or 3 Zones)


Example configurations1

Door 1

Zone 3

Zone 2

Zone 1

Tx/Rx D

Tx/Rx C

Tx/Rx B

Tx/Rx A

Example Configurations

  • Quad (1, 2, 3, or 4 Zones)


Example configurations2

Door 2

Door 1

Zone 2

Zone 1

Tx/Rx D

Tx/Rx C

Tx/Rx B

Tx/Rx A

Example Configurations

  • Twin Exit Dual


Example configurations3

Door 1

Zone1

Tx/Rx A

Example Configurations

  • Single FloorMax


Example configurations4

Example Configurations

  • Dual and Split FloorMax

Installed Order A - C Installed Order A - C - B


Example configurations5

Example Configurations

  • Quad - FloorMax

    • Installed order: A - C - B - D


Example configurations6

Door 1

Zone 1

Tx/Rx C

Tx/Rx A

Tx/Rx B

Example Configurations

  • Split Combo (single floormax)


Example configurations7

Door 2

Door 1

Zone3 Zone4

Zone1 Zone2

Example Configurations

  • Dual Split

    • Center pedestals are Receive-only

    • Aux C with Pedestals A and B

    • Aux A with Pedestals C and D


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Click here  To skip over theEuropean configurations slides


European configurations

European Configurations

The Following slides are forEuropean configurations only


European configurations1

European Configurations

  • Pedestals

    • Transmitters are limited to 12Amps

    • Must Transmit in Fig-8 only.

      • ProMax

      • DoorMax

      • Euro ProMax

    • European use of the configurator will automatically set the transmitters to the European current and polarity settings.

    • “European Use”Running configurator with computer having European version of any Windows operating system


European configurations2

TxRx B

TxRx A

European Configurations

  • FloorMax Antennas

    • Horizontal in-Floor use only

    • One to four Antennas (A, B, C, and D)

    • Transmitters Operate at 16Amps.

    • Adjacent Antennas that fire simultaneously must be wired with opposing polarities

      • Must swap wires at controller TXRX connector (Antennas B and D)

        • Red and Black

        • Green and White

  • European use of the configurator will set the transmitters to the European current and polarity settings.


European configurations3

Door 1

Door 1

Zone 2

Zone 1

Zone 1

Tx/Rx C

Tx/Rx B

Tx/Rx B

Tx/Rx A

Tx/Rx A

Dual Split

European Configurations

  • Pedestals - Dual (1 or 2 Zones) - Split (1, 2, or 3 Zones)


European configurations4

Door 1

Zone 3

Zone 2

Zone 1

Tx/Rx D

Tx/Rx C

Tx/Rx B

Tx/Rx A

European Configurations

  • Pedestals – Quad (1, 2, 3, or 4 Zones)

Quad System with 3 Zones


European configurations5

Door 2

Door 1

Zone 2

Zone 1

Tx/Rx D

Tx/Rx C

Tx/Rx B

Tx/Rx A

European Configurations

  • Pedestals - Twin Exit Dual


European configurations6

Door 2

Door 1

Zone3 Zone4

Zone1 Zone2

European Configurations

  • Pedestals - Dual Split

    • Center pedestal is Receive-only

    • Aux C with Pedestals A and B

    • Aux A with Pedestals C and D


European configurations7

European Configurations

  • FloorMax Antennas (1, 2, 3, or 4 antennas allowed)

    • If the controller sees an odd number of FloorMax antennas, it will fire the transmitter for the odd numbered antenna in Fig-8 configuration only.

    • Must be installed in sequence (A-D) across exit

      • To meet regulatory requirements, adjacent antennas must transmit simultaneously and with apposing polarities

      • With two Antennas, A and B always fire simultaneously.

        • Antennas B must be wired out of phase with A.

      • With three antennas, A and B fire simultaneously, then C will fire by itself, but in Fig-8 only

        • Antennas B must be wired out of phase with A.

      • With four antennas, A and B fire simultaneously, then C and D fire simultaneously.

        • Antenna B must be wired with opposing polarities to A

        • Antenna D must be wired with opposing polarities to C


European configurations8

Door 1

Zone1

Tx/Rx A

European Configurations

  • Single – FloorMax

    • A single antenna will onlyfire in Figure-8 Configuration only.

      It will not let you

      change it.

Zone1 = 2.1m maximum


European configurations9

Door 1

Zone1

Tx/Rx B

Tx/Rx A

European Configurations

  • Dual – FloorMax (Can be configured with 1or 2 zones)

Controller PCB

TxRx B(P24)

TxRx A(P1)

Antenna B has the Red/Black and Green/White wires swapped at the controller TXRX port (P24)

Zone1 = 4.2m maximum


European configurations10

European Configurations

  • Split – FloorMax (Can be configured with 1, 2, or 3 zones)Antennas A and B will fire simultaneouslyThen, antenna C will fire by itself, but only in Fig-8

Controller PCB

TxRx C

(P4)

TxRx B(P24)

TxRx A(P1)

Door 1

Zone 2

Zone 1

Antenna B has the Red/Black and Green/White wires swapped at the controller TXRX port (P24)


European configurations11

Door 1

Zone2

Zone1

Tx/Rx D

Tx/Rx C

Tx/Rx B

Antennas B and D have the Red/Black and Green/White wires swapped at the controller TXRX ports

Tx/Rx A

European Configurations

  • Quad – FloorMax (Can be configured with 1, 2, 3, or 4 zones)

Controller PCB

TxRx D

(P35)

TxRx C

(P4)

TxRx B(P24)

TxRx A(P1)


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The Following slides apply to all applications


Configurator

Configurator

  • Digital Configurators

    • ADS - Digital Configurator

      • Operates:

        • Digital 216

        • AMS-1070 (Maxcalibur)

        • AMS-9030 Controller

    • ADS4 – Digital Configurator

      • Operates

        • AMS-9040 Controller

        • AMS-1080 (Ultra Lane)

        • AMS-9050

Shortcut ICONs

Digital PlatformCE Configurator

ADS4 CEConfigurator2.03a


Configurator1

Configurator

  • ADS4 CE Configurator

    • ADS4 Configurator

    • Release 2.03a

    • Help Shows:

Shown is ADS4 Configurator with 9040 Attached


Configurator2

Configurator

  • Basic Settings Tabs

  • 3 Tabs only

    • Setup

    • TX Configuration

    • Flash Downloads

    • No RX Configuration tab (ADS configurator only)

    • No Diagnostic tab (ADS configurator only)


Configurator shortcuts

Configurator Shortcuts

  • Shortcut Icons (Compared to ADS Configurator)

SynchronizationTransmit CurrentZone MappingSequence Table


Setup screen

Setup Screen

  • Setup Tab

    • Antenna Inventory

      • ProMax, DMFM, Aux, Non IntelligentAuto DetectionEuropean System

    • Temperature

      • Ambient temperature in pack

      • Warnings when approaching yellow and red zones

    • Alarm Controls

      • Lamps

      • Audio

      • Relays

      • Jammer Trigger

      • Remote Alarms

      • Beacon Alarms

European System or Not European System


Configuring system

Configuring System

  • Setup Screen

    • Displays Inventory of Connected Antennas

    • Initially comes up with “Auto Detection” on

  • Zone Mapping

    • Defines Doorways and Zones (configuration)

    • System builds default “Zone Mapping” Screen (If Auto Detection on)

  • Zone Mapping Screen

    • This is a Drag-and-Drop screen (from inventory to doorway/zones

    • Configure Doorways and Zones as desired

    • Save configuration to pack

    • Changes unchecks “Auto Detection” on the setup screen


Zone mapping

Zone Mapping

  • Default Mapping for two ProMax pedestals

    • Inventory from Setup Tab is placed in Unassigned antennas

    • Controller powered up with “Auto Detection” checked

    • If a Tag is detected in Zone 1, only Zone 1 alarms will activate.

    • If a Tag is detected in Zone 2, only Zone 2 alarms will activate.


Zone mapping1

Zone Mapping

  • Re-Mapped for Doorway for One Zone

    • To change from default, drag Zone 2 back to unassigned area

    • Drag Ant B intoZone1

      Or

    • Clear map under“settings”drop down.

    • Drag Door 1 over

    • Drag Zone 1 over

    • Drag Ant A to Zone 1

    • Drag Ant B to Zone 1

    • Drag Alarms

    • All alarms are activated for any detected tag

    • Detection at either Pedestal Activates All Alarms


Zone mapping2

Zone Mapping

  • Write Configuration to Controller

    • This changes“Auto Detection”to Uncheckedstate onsetup screen

    • If auto detectionis checked and the power is cycled, the mapping will return to defaultYour mapping will be lost


Zone properties

Zone Properties

  • Double-Click on a “Zone” or “Alarm:”

    • Clear Alarm Count

      • Zero Count in

      • pedestal and here

    • Backfield Mode

      • Changes Zone to Alternating Receive and Transmit

      • View change in sequence screen

    • Alarm Counters

      • Maps zone alarms one antenna or multiple antennas

    • Don’t forget to Write to controller


Zone properties1

Zone Properties

  • Double-Click on a “Pedestal”

    • Reduces backfield

    • Manually set each antenna

       Rx only

      • Receive Only

         Tx only

      • Transmit Only

         XCVR

      • Transceiver


Tx configuration screen

Tx Configuration Screen

  • Tx Controller Settings

    • Current Amount

    • Enable / Disable

  • Misc Tx Settings

    • Frequency Control

      • Low

      • High

      • Nominal

      • Hopping

    • Polarity Control

      • Aiding

      • Fig 8

      • Normal (both)

  • Tx Inhibit Assignments

    • P26 Connector

TX Configuration Screen


Flash downloads screen

Flash Downloads Screen

  • Controller

    • Application

  • Peripheral Device

    • Application

    • Voice Alarm

  • Progress

  • Controller Reset

Flash Downloads Screen


Flash downloads screen1

9040 Printed Circuit Board

TP108 P18, Pin 1Ground

Flash Downloads Screen

  • Resetting Controller and Forcing a Flash Download

    • Perform the following

      1. Turn off power to controller

      2. Connect a grounding wire from pin 1 of P18 to TP108 (Gnd).

      3. Connect laptop and start configurator

      3. Power on the controller. ( It will ask you to select file to download)

      4. Remove grounding wire

      5. Select file to down load. (Flash download starts automatically)


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Flash Downloads Screen

  • Peripheral Devices

    • None

    • Ant A

    • Ant B

    • Remote/Alarm 0

    • All Antenna

  • Flash Type

     Application

     Voice alarm

  • Play Voice Alarm

Peripheral Device Download


System noise average screen

System Noise Average screen

  • Displays the tag window and noise average window data

    • One Screen for each Doorway

    • Avg. Noise

    • Tag Threshold

  • Receiver Polarity

    • Aiding

    • Flipping

    • Figure 8

    • Coil 1-2

    • Nulling


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System Noise Average screen

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  • Detector

    • Active Tag

    • Ferrite Tag

    • Tag Too Close


Individual noise averages

Individual Noise Averages

  • Detailed look at each antenna

  • Noise Avg.

  • Detection Criteria

  • Polarity

  • All Receivers

  • Receiver Controls

    • Ringdown Canceller

    • Min Threshold

    • Sensitivity Adj

    • Rx Gain

      • Enable AGC, Low Gain,10,20, or 30dB

    • Notch Sequence

      • Before or afterRingdown Canceller


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Individual Noise Averages

  • Receiver Controls (Continued)

    • Ringdown Canceller

    • Min Threshold

    • Sensitivity Adj

  • Rx Gain

    • Enable AGC, Low Gain,10,20, or 30dB

  • Notch Sequence

    • Before or afterRingdown Canceller


Noise canceling screen

Noise Canceling Screen

  • Allows some cancellation of noise sources withthe use of noise coils

    • Screen will change based on system configuration

    • Will not work for all types of noise

    • Noise coils must be placed where they will not see the tag signal

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Noise Canceling Screen

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  • Antenna Noise Avg

  • Aux-to-antennaSelection

    • Aux A1

    • Aux B1

    • Aux C1

    • Aux D1

    • None

  • Tone Parameters

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Frequency analyzer

Frequency Analyzer

  • Shows the energy of the Rx signals in the frequency domain

  • Useful for deciding when to implement advanced techniques such as noise canceling and nulling

  • Notch Freq

  • Rx Selection

  • Controls

    • Guard Band

    • Max. Notch

    • Notch Threshold

  • Periodic Recall


Time phase graph

Time / Phase Graph

  • Displays the Rx energy information in the time domain

  • Useful for identifying systems out of phase

    • Graph is adjusted to include zero crossing delay

  • First set of DotsRepresent Tag Window

  • Last set of dotsrepresent NoiseWindow

  • Dashed line are where remote transmitters should appear (Sync Window)


Error report

Error Report

  • Report Contains:

    • System Info

    • Runtime info

    • System Errors

    • First Error Log

    • Last Error Log

    • Fatal Error Log


Advanced settings

Advanced Settings

  • Screen can change with different versions of application code.

     Clear NVM

    • will reset all settings back to factory default

       Bypass Ped. Tuning

  • Criteria Relaxation

  • RDC Threshold

  • Jammer Sensitivity

  • Zero Crossing Quality

  • UltraLink Delay

  • Corona Sensitivity


Sequence table

Sequence Table

  • Table Length

    • Max of 2

  • Receiver Sequence

    • Example shows:All coils receive simultaneously

  • Transmitter Sequence

    • Example Shows:Transmitters for bothTransceivers fire Simultaneously (all Coils)


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Sequence Table

  • Sequence Example

  • Backfield Set in Zone Mapping


Diagnostic tests

Diagnostic Tests

  • Select tests to run by placing a check in the box, then click ongreen arrow

  • Pass/FailYellow - Running Green - Passed Red - Failed


Tx current

Tx Current

  • Shows Current for all Transmit Antennas

  • Used to determine if transmitters need tobe tuned

  • European System

    • 12 amps Pedestals

    • 16 amps FloorMax

  • Tx Frequency

    • Low

    • High

  • Tx Status

    • Displays currentconfigured Polarity


Synchronization

Synchronization

  • Line PLL

  • Tx Sync

    • Auto Sync

    • Sync Link

    • Wired Sync

    • Input Power

    • Enable Sync Link Output

    • Wired Sync Output

  • Auto Sync State

  • Zero Crossing Delay in mSec

  • Threshold


Miscellaneous shortcuts

Miscellaneous Shortcuts

Provides Help Information Refresh screen

Connect using a TCPIP Network

Reset and restart Communications

Displays Packet Monitor

Turns Off Sounds


Packet monitor

Packet Monitor

  • Displays CommunicationsBetween Laptop and Controller


Help screens

Help Screens

  • Example Info

  • Help for Setupscreen


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Don’t forget to use it


Lab activity

Lab Activity

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