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1 A presentation of Intrusion Technology for the ADI EDP Learning Program June 2007

2 Potter/Amseco The Symbol of Protection äQuality and service are not an afterthought, it is our only thought. äYou will always receive prompt reliable service from our dedicated team of professionals äYour customers safety is our world

3 Electronic Vibration Detectors äPotters Electronic Vibration Detectors are UL listed for the primary protection of Mercantile or Bank, safe or vault, ATM machines and supplementary protection of interior units such as file cabinets, display cases, walls and ceilings. äThe EVD controller detects short duration, large amplitude signals like those produced in attacks from explosions, hammering or chiseling. It also detects long duration, small amplitude signals like those produced in attacks from torches, thermic lances, drills, grinders or cutting discs. As soon as the EVD controller detects a large amplitude alarm source it signals an alarm äEVD-1 - Self Contained Unit äEVD-2 - Expandable System

4 EVD-1 Features äSeparate alarm and trouble outputs äBuilt in accumulator äAdjustable Sensitivity ä12VDC system - powered by Aux. Power from main security panel äListed for ATMs & Safes (no larger than 6 tall x 3 wide x 3 deep, single door) äListed for Tool & Torch Attack

5 EVD-1 Installation Notes äThe ideal location for the EVD-1 is the side of the safe with the hinges, near the front of the safe, and centered from top to bottom äThe EVD-1 must be used with an appropriate UL listed control panel äThe EVD-1 is for small applications up to 96 linear inches for a steel safe with only one door, and 110 linear inches for a composite safe with only one door. äThe EVD-1 cannot be used on safes with 2 doors. äFor systems requiring a UL Certificate, Potters B cable must be used to connect the EVD-1 to the Alarm panel.

6 EVD-2 Features äConsists of 1-EVD-M (Master Control/Pickup) & 1-EVD-R (Remote Pickup) äUp to 15 EVD-Rs can be connected to 1 EVD- M äSeparate alarm and trouble outputs äSeparate terminals for connecting safe door contacts äBuilt in accumulator ä12VDC system - Powered by Aux. Power from main security panel äListed for Steel and Concrete äListed for Safes and Vaults äListed for Tool & Torch Attack

7 EVD-2 Installation Notes äOptional Accessory: RTA-Remote Alarm & Trouble annunciator with test button äIf the safe has 2 doors or is larger than the area that the EVD-1 can cover, the EVD-2 must be used äThe EVD-2 must be used with an appropriate UL listed control panel äFor systems requiring a UL Certificate, Potters B cable must be used to connect the EVD-M to the Alarm panel.

8 EVD-2 Installation Notes äEach detector can cover up to 96 Linear inches on a steel safe or 110 Linear inches on a composite safe äLinear inches are determined by measuring from the location where the device would be installed to any other point on the safe. Exe. If you have a string that is 96 long and tape one end to the safe and you can touch every place on the safe with the other end of the string, you are within 96 Linear inches.

9 Calculating EVD-2 Linear Distance X1 = h + w X2 = 2d + w X = X1 or X2, (whichever is the smaller number) J = w + d D = X or J, (whichever is the larger number) Where: h = Height of safe on outside w = Width of safe on outside d = Depth of safe on outside D = Maximum Linear distance Example: h = 62 w = 55 d = 29 X1 = (X1 = 117) X2 = (2 x 29) + 55 (X2 = 113) X = 113 (the smaller number of X1 or X2) J = (J = 84) D = 113 (the larger number of X or J)

10 HSC-1 Features äUL Listed Safe Door Contact äTamper Resistant äTriple Biased Magnet äWeather Resistant, suitable for outdoor High Security installs äPre-wired w/ 8 cable äWires Directly into EVD Systems äEVD-1C - Consists of EVD-1 & (1) HSC-1 äEVD-2C - Consists of EVD-2 & (1) HSC-1

11 VSA-S Vault Sound Alarm äThe VSA-S Vault Sound Alarm is a sound detection system listed by Underwriters Laboratories, Inc. for the primary protection of reverberant and non- reverberant vaults such as bank and mercantile vaults. äThe VSA-S consists of: ä1-VSA Control Panel ä1-Battery and Transformer ä1-PSM microphone ä1-PSM-T microphone with built in test buzzer

12 VSA-S Installation Notes äWhere U.L. certification is required, the VSA system must be installed in compliance with U.L Including at least one manual initiating device in the vault and connection of the VSA to a U.L. listed control unit äWiring from VSA to main control panel must be in conduit äThe pickup loop wiring does not need to be in conduit äthe test button on the VSA must put the panel into alarm so subscribers can test the unit every night. Adjust the pickup loop sensitivity up from there if necessary.

13 VSA-S Installation Notes äMultiple vaults can be protected with one VSA. There will only be 1 common alarm signal because the VSA only has 1 set of alarm relay contacts. The VSA cannot tell which PSM went into alarm. The VSA only has 1 pickup loop so if multiple vaults are being protected they would all be wired in series like it was just one large vault. äOne PSM-T is required for every installation. äEvery PSM & PSM-T covers an area approximately 24 in diameter. (12 in every direction) äMark date on battery, replace the battery every 3-4 years. Low batteries can cause false alarms

14 VSD-208 Voice Siren Driver äDesigned to be used for Fire and Burglar applications. The VSD-208 is versatile and easy to install, compatible with most control panels, and can be mounted with the provided double sided tape. äThe VSD-208 can instantly produce verbal fire and burglary announcements. A 5 dip-switch combination enables the choice of 32 different mode selections. äOne of 8 distinctive siren/sounds operate independently or in conjunction with the voice warning

15 VSD-208 Features äTwo voice message options ä8 Distinctive siren/bell sounds ä32 mode selection äField selectable input level (High/Low) äFurious barking dogs sound

16 VSD-208 Message/Sound Choices ä(BG) Burglar Message: Leave immediately, You have entered a restricted area. Authorities are responding. Burglary - Burglary. ä(FI) Fire Message: Fire - Fire Leave Immediately äSound Choices: ä(A) Police Siren ä(B) Fire Bell ä(C) Fast Warble ä(D) Buzzer ä(E) Barking Dogs ä(F) Siren ä(G) Slow Whoop ä(H) Pulsing Bell

17 VSD-208 Installation Notes äEnsure the security panel supplies adequate power for the siren driver, speakers, and all functions of the panel. The VSD-208 requires 1.2 amps. Most burglar panels only provide 500 to 750 mA äMost alarm panels operate off a positive trigger. DSC control panels operate off a negative trigger. äFor the VSD-208 to work with DSC control panels, disconnect jumper 1 of the VSD-208 and connect the alarm input to the negative terminal of the DSC Control Panel.

18 Amseco Transformers äThree Series äXF (Fused) äXR (Auto-Reset) äXG (Grounded) Amseco transformers are specially designed for low voltage applications. The transformers are equipped with internal electrical overload protection and current fuses to meet UL requirements. Amseco products are built with quality components and provide high performance and long durability.

19 XF (Fused) Series äUL, CSA Approved äDirect plug-in to a 120VAC, 60Hz power outlet äAttractive designer white housing äOutput power 20VA, 40VA & 50VA Series äHeavy polyurethane insulated copper windings äSingle voltage primary and secondary

20 XF (Fused) Series options

21 XR (Auto-Reset) Series äAuto-reset PTC protection äPower status LED (green) äAttractive designer white housing äOutput power 40VA & 50VA Series äHeavy polyurethane insulated copper windings äSingle voltage primary and secondary äPTC (Positive Temperature Coefficient) If the fuse blows in a fused transformer, the unit is destroyed. In a transformer with PTC, as the temperature rises to dangerous levels, the resistance increases, so less current flows, thereby protecting the transformer from destruction.

22 XR (Auto-Reset) Series options

23 XG (Grounded) Series äAuto-reset PTC protection (40VA only) äPower status LED (green) äAttractive designer white housing äOutput power 20VA & 40VA Series äHeavy polyurethane insulated copper windings äSingle voltage primary and secondary

24 XG (Grounded) Series options

25 VDP-100 Video People Counter äThe Video People Counter combines the effectiveness of an overhead camera with the intelligence of a counter unit to provide an innovative approach to tracking people entering and exiting a pathway. The system uses an extensive algorithm to distinguish a person walking through a gate versus a cart or other object. In addition, the system can detect with great accuracy the number of people waking in different directions.

26 VDP-100 Features äEntry/Exit distinguishable people counter äResettable counter capable of displaying up to 6 digits äTwo distinctive chime sounds äAdjustable chime volume äCounter memory back-up in case of power failure äTamper protection äDistinguishes and accurately counts multiple people walking side by side or in the opposite direction. Coming Soon VDP-200C - Wireless Receiver/Counter VDP-200T - Wireless Receiver/Counter w/ Totalizer

27 VDP-100 Installation Notes äThe Video Sensor Unit and the Counter display Unit should be mounted onto a flat, firm surface äUse only the supplied Amseco 12VAC transformer & wires

28 VDP-100 Installation Notes Recommended Installation Conditions Install the video sensor unit in the illumination intensity between 7 lux to 3000 lux The recommended maximum height for the installation of the video sensor unit is 14 above the floor Install the video sensor unit exactly in parallel with the floor. Only when necessary, adjust the angle of the unit by the maximum of +/- 20 degrees Clear the detection area from any movement of objects other than intended traffic. Place the camera unit so that the passage is fully covered by the detection area

29 VDP-100 Installation Notes Non Recommended Installation Conditions Outdoor Installations. Designed for indoor use only. Do not install the video sensor unit above the floor facing directly into the sun light or other bright lights. The shadows may cause inaccurate counting Do not adjust the video sensor unit angle over +/- 20 degrees Do not install the video sensor unit where the door crosses the detection area or where the detection area crosses the door

30 VDP-100 Installation Notes


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