CEIA SMD 600 Plus

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Detection capability The metal detector must be certified for use at European airports by a civil aviation authority of the EU (e.g. STAC - Service technique de l ’aviation civil)....
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Detection capability


The metal detector must be certified for use at European airports by a civil aviation authority of the EU (e.g. STAC - Service technique de l ’aviation civil).
The metal detector must comply with the U.S. Ministry of Justice fully comply with the NIJ-0601.02 standard, which replaces the NILECJ-STD-0601.00 standard in 1974. This standard defines 3 different security levels:

  1. Large objects (handguns)

  2. Medium objects (knives) and

  3. Small objects (small hard-to-find objects such as handcuff keys).


The NIJ-0601.02 defines the requirements for the sensitivity of the detection, the discrimination as well as the immunity to the environment. An extract of the details is described below (reference paragraphs are given in the original language):

Detection


Par. 2.3 - DETECTION PERFORMANCE SPECIFICATIONS
Par. 2.3.1 - DETECTION SENSITIVITY: The walk-through Metal Detector must provide an alarm indication for each test sample specified by the standard (LO - Large Object Size, MO - Medium Object Size, SO - Small Object Size)

Discrimination


Par. 2.3.4 - DISCRIMINATION: For each level of security the metal detector must discriminate the metal objects described in the standard
The detection capability of the WTMD must be stable without fluctuations. Periodic recalibration is not required.
The sensitivity of the WTMD must be adjustable in order to be able to detect the largest possible number of dangerous objects.

Technical specifications


Dimension / weight


The minimum passage width of the WTMD must be at least 710 mm and the minimum passage height at least 2010 mm.
The external dimensions of the WTMD must be less than 880 x 2300 mm (width x height).

Mechanical properties


The design of the WTMD must be optimized against wear. The structure of the WTMD must be very robust in order to be able to guarantee maximum protection against damage.
The structure of the WTMD must be modular and selected so that the number of existing components is reduced to a minimum in order to reduce possible sources of error.
The structure of the WTMD must be chosen so that it can be assembled and dismantled quickly. The maximum assembly time of the entire WTMD must not be longer than 10 minutes.
The WTMD must be a stand-alone device with smooth, robust and washable surfaces.
The floor area of the WTMD must have additional protection against damage from impacts, cleaning machines, splash water and other substances such as cleaning agents.
The entire control unit must be installed on the upper cross member.
The WTMD must be able to be anchored to the ground at four points if possible.

An anti-vandalism protection set (option) for critical installation locations (e.g. unattended areas at risk of vandalism or prisons) must be offered as an option. The anti-vandalism protection set must offer a very high level of protection against manipulation in the form of a protective metal housing for the control unit. All plug connections of the cables must be secured with screwed covers, which can only be removed with the appropriate tools.

Electrical Properties


The WTMD must be able to withstand all external electrical and mechanical disturbances as far as possible in order to ensure easy installation in all environments
The WTMD must be equipped with a self-diagnosis system which immediately indicates errors or fluctuations in performance during start-up and also during ongoing operation.
The WTMD must be equipped with at least 2 photocells for a fully automatic, high-precision bidirectional counter (number of people entering and leaving) and for statistical evaluation of the passages and alarms.

For security reasons, the WTMD must always be active. The use of photo cells (IR sensors) to prevent alarms of the WTMD, which occur due to nearby moving materials or external electrical disturbances, is not permitted.
The maximum power consumption of the WTMD must not exceed 40VA (watt).

Ergonomics - visual and audible indications


The WTMD must be equipped with four light strips to indicate the metal mass found, two at the entrance and two at the exit (each on the left and right side), which can be easily seen in all daylight conditions.
There should be at least 20 different vertical indication zones (with flowing transition) for the best possible localization of the metallic object.
The four multi-zone indicator strips must be independently programmable as STOP + GO indicators and / or as LED position indicators in order to improve the operation and visibility of the indicators and to ensure easy installation.
It must be possible to operate the WTMD in both directions. The stop + go display and / or position display must be activated at the same time, on both sides of the archway.
The WTMD control unit must be equipped with an optical alarm that is clearly visible from at least 5 m. The visual display must use graphs that are proportional to the size of the metal mass performed. Signals below the alarm threshold must be displayed in green and signals above the alarm threshold in red.
The WTMD must be equipped with an audio alarm, which can be adjusted in duration, tone and volume.
The WTMD must provide the operator with appropriate acoustic and optical signals during the start-up phase and during operation.
The WTMD must display the current security level during start-up.
The WTMD must have an automatic procedure for daily checking, which can be activated with a chip card. The test result should be shown on the control unit display.

Programming and Connectivity


The WTMD must have 6 different programming options:
Chip card
Control unit keyboard
Programming via RS232 port and laptop
Infrared (IR) remote control (password protected)
Bluetooth
The WTMD should optionally be equipped with a network module for statistical data acquisition (real-time transit counter and display of alarms) and monitoring of the WTMD (status reports etc ...).
The network module should have a data logger, real-time clock, integrated web server and statistical data analysis.

The data transmitted by the network module should be sent with the extended encryption standard (AES) (FIPS PUB 197) and should not be visible to third parties.

The remote management and monitoring of the WTMD uses the Ethernet connection via the TCP-IP protocol and should not require any special software.

The choice of the security level should be made extremely quickly with the right chip card.
The WTMD programming access should be protected by a mechanical lock and an alphanumeric password of at least 6 characters. The WTMD should have at least two programming levels (user and super-user), each protected by its own password.
The system must be designed in such a way that it can be installed and configured in the shortest possible time: A “one touch self installation” (OTS) procedure must be available. The "self-installation" procedure should carry out a series of tests and adjustments, which are applied in relation to the following aspects: operation of the signaling devices, electrotechnically relevant parameters, archway configuration and electromagnetic compatibility with the environment (instructions for each individual step of the sequence should , in the display of the control unit).
A function that automatically searches for a suitable transmission channel, a channel with minimal influences from possible sources of interference in the installation environment, must be available. The selected transmission channel should be displayed at the end of the procedure.
The device should be able to record the received signal value of the environment and should adjust it by means of automatic fine adjustment in order to obtain the greatest possible immunity to electromagnetic interference (ENA = Environmental Noise Adjustment).
An additional function should be an electromagnetic interference measurement (as a percentage of the alarm threshold) of the environment displayed in the control unit, which makes it possible to find the best possible position at the location in the event of interference of an electromagnetic nature.
A procedure for recording and compensating for the disturbances caused by mechanical vibrations, for example vibrations in the ground, strong air compressions or wind, should be available.

Environmental properties


Storage temperatures: from -31 ° F (-35 ° C) to 158 ° F (+ 70 ° C).
Operating temperatures from -4 ° F (-20 ° C) to 158 ° F (+ 70 ° C).
Relative storage humidity: from 0 to 95% without condensation
Operating relative humidity: from 0 to 95% without condensation

Electrical Safety, Harmlessness and Certifications


The WTMD must be accredited and independent (e.g. officially recognized test center; laboratory etc ...) in accordance with the provisions for the protection of safety and
Health of the worker in the event of exposure to electromagnetic fields (exposure area), checked and certified.

Electrical safety: For safety reasons, in order to avoid any likelihood of electrical hazards, the WTMD must be operated from a nominal voltage of no more than 50V AC (low current - also to earth in the event of fault current).
The WTMD must use KW (continuous wave) magnetic fields (pulsed fields are not allowed!) To ensure the least possible influence on pacemakers and other health-supporting devices.

The WTMD must not interfere, influence or even render useless medical devices such as hearing aids, pacemakers, defibrillators or neurological stimulators.

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