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Alarm Annunciator Unit - Ametek Rochester AN-3100D


In this report the AMETEK ROCHESTER AN-3100D has been evaluated by performing a number of different test and checking that the results of these tests are in accordance with the specification of the Alarm Annunciator Unit (AAU). The tests are primarily based on the tests described in DRAFT TEST PROGRAMME Project 068-AAU from Evaluation International, except for Test 5 (Hand-held radio EMI) and Test 6 (Mobile phone EMI) that are exchanged by an EMI test in accordance with standard EN 61000-4-3 and EN 61000-4-6. A more detailed description of each performed test can be found in chapter 6.1 in this report. The main purpose of the tests is to check that the AAU is functioning correctly and that the states of the Alarm Window, Remote Buzzer and Remote Beacon changes in accordance with Table 1 during alarm annunciation, alarm accept, alarm reset and lamp test. The tests shall also check that the AAU enters a safe state when faults are detected.





Ametek Rochester




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