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SC100 Seismic Vibration Detector
1. General Information
SC100 Seismic Vibration Detector is a universal seismic or structural vibration detector designed to detect selected vibrations
from burglary or intrusion attempt to high value storage units, such as Vaults, Doors, ATMs, Safes and other solid structures.
The detector consists of a sensor to convert mechanical vibrations to electrical signals, a signal conditioning block, signal
analysis and alarm criteria blocks, output alarm circuits, tamper protection, and a switching block for selecting detector
settings, all in a miniature metal housing.
This Installation Guide provides general information about the mounting and configuring of SC100 Seismic Vibration Detector.
For more details, such as planning detector locations, please refer to
Installation
Guide".
2. Applications
SC100 Seismic Vibration Detector is designed to detect any known attack tool on:
Vault Doors
ATMs
Night Deposit Safes
Strong Room Vaults
Modular Vaults
Free Standing Safes
Hatches
Gates
Chests
Other objects with a solid structure
2.1 Application Settings
Sensitivity
Detection
Material
Settings
Radius
Strong Room Vaults, Vault Doors, Modular Vaults,
G
Concrete
5.0m
high
Safes and ATMs (advised for grade 4 to 6)
Concrete
2.5m
Strong Room Vaults, Vault Doors, Modular Vaults,
G
normal
Safes and ATMs
Steel
4.0m
Concrete
1.5m
G
Safes, Night Deposit Safes, ATMs and Chests
low
Steel
2.0m
Safes, Night Deposit Safes, ATMs and chests with
G
Steel
1.5m
noisy
excessive noise (internal or external)
Notes:
1. Sensitivity settings (G
, G
, G
, G
) are defined in
high
normal
low
noisy
2. The parameters in the table above are only for reference, and they may vary according to the quality of the material.
3. The detection range will be reduced if cracks and joints exist in the material.
3. Mounting the Detector
SC100 Seismic Vibration Detector can be mounted on any solid surface, of which the most common
Stainless Steel, Hardened Steel and Concrete.
3.1 Opening the Detector
Before mounting the detector, separate the detector cover from the detector base first (by loosing the top screw, see
Figure 1 Open the detector
Note:
The top screw is only
used to fix the cover, so do
not tighten it too much
when mounting the detector
Detector Cover
Detector Base
3.2 Mounting on Steel
When mounting the detector on a flat and smooth steel surface, both Drill Plan (see
to mark the mounting holes.
1. Remove and clean paint from the mounting area.
2. Attach the detector base or drill plan on the mounting area, then mark the outline and center punch the detector
mounting holes A, B and Test Transmitter SC113 mounting hole C.
Notes:
A
Detector base cannot be used to mark Test
Transmitter SC113 mounting hole C.
Skip marking hole C if Test Transmitter
B
SC113 is not used.
3. Drill the detector mounting holes A, B (Ø 3.3mm and
minimum 8 mm deep), and then thread the two holes
with a M4 Tap (6mm at least).
4. Drill the Test Transmitter SC113 mounting hole C (Ø
3.3mm and minimum 8 mm deep), and then thread
the hole with a M4 Tap (6mm at least).
5. Remove the dill plan and all of the burrs.
Notes:
Cool the tools with oil while drilling and threading.
Skip step 4 if Test Transmitter SC113 is not used.
Installation Guide
24-hour surveillance of vaults, doors, safes, ATMs and other high value
storage units
Flat frequency response sensor for genuine signal analysis
DIP switch sensitivity settings
Noise sensitivity settings using built-in diagnostic tool
Integrated EOL resistors
High detection capability
Low current consumption
Standard drill sheet protection
Miniature metal housing – easy to fit in restricted spaces
"SC100 Seismic Vibration Detector Planning and
Applications
"4.2.1 DIP Switch
Settings".
surfaces
Figure 2 Drill Plan
Detector mounting hole A
Note:
The drill plan should be
Note Please remove the drill
:
removed after all of the mounting
plan after mounting holes
have been drilled
holes have been drilled.
Detector mounting hole B
Figure
2) and Detector Base can be used
A
B
6. Attach Test Transmitter SC113 on the mounting area (at
C) and then use the M4×8mm screw to fix it.
Note:
Skip this step if Test Transmitter SC113 is not used.
C
7. Attach the detector base on the steel surface and
then use the two M4×8mm screws provided to fix it.
3.3 Mounting on Stainless Steel or Hardened Steel
When mounting on stainless steel or hardened steel, Mounting Plate SC110 (UPSIDE DOWN, see
and should be welded on the mounting surface first.
Figure 3 Mounting Plate SC110
UPSIDE
A
D
G
C
This orientation is used for mounting
on concrete.
1. Remove paint from the mounting area
(especially welding area).
2. Attach
Mounting Plate SC110
area, and then mark the outline.
4. Tap off slag and remove weld spatter and make sure the whole mounting surface is still flat.
5. Attach
Test Transmitter SC113
Note:
Skip this step if
Noise Level
Insignificant noise level
6. Attach the detector base on
Moderate noise level
SC110
and then use the two M4×8mm screws
provided to fix it.
Considerable noise level
Heavy noise level
3.4 Mounting on Concrete
When mounting on concrete,
Note:
Mounting directly on a bare or plastered concrete surface may result in low detection sensitivity and cause damage to
are: Steel,
the detector.
1. Attach
Mounting Plate SC110
then mark the outline and center hole E.
Figure
1).
2. Drill the center hole E of Ø 10mm and minimum 65mm
deep, and then remove all drill residuals and plaster.
Test Transmitter SC113
mounting hole C
E
C
Note:
Skip step 6 to step 11 if Test Transmitter SC113 is not used.
6. Rotate clockwise 180˚ and mark hole C.
7. Rotate
Mounting Plate SC110
marked hole C can be seen through hole D.
Note:
Tighten the center screw slightly to stabilize Mounting
Plate SC110 at this step.
8. Through hole D drill a hole of Ø 5.5 mm and minimum
25mm deep and then remove all residuals.
D
Clockwise
C
12. Tighten M6×50mm screw (and knock on the screw head with a hammer when needed) until
fixed on the concrete surface and cannot be rotated.
8. Wire and configure the detector (see
Settings"), and then use the top screw to fix the detector
cover properly.
A, B – Detector SC100 mounting hole
E
C, D, – Test Transmitter SC113 locating hole
E – Mounting Plate SC110 mounting hole
F
F, G – Welding Slots
B
3. Fix
Mounting Plate SC110
cannot move, and then along the INSIDE of the welding slots
weld
Mounting Plate SC110
on the mounting
Note:
The welding must be done along the INSIDE of the welding
slots, otherwise
on
(at C) and then use the M4×8mm screw to fix it.
Mounting Plate SC110
is not used.
Test Transmitter SC113
Mounting Plate
7. Wire and configure the detector (see
Settings"), and then use the top screw to fix the detector cover
properly.
Mounting Plate SC110
(UPSIDE, see Figure3) must be used.
on the mounting area and
3. Insert M6 anchor into hole E and make sure the end
Note:
between
anchor cannot reach the solid concrete.
4. Attach
5. Tighten M6×50mm screw but do not fix
Note:
9. Release and turn
anticlockwise until the
10. Insert M4 anchor into the drilled hole and make sure
11. Attach
C
D
180 °
Anticlockwise
C
D
"4. Wirings and
Figure
4) must be used
Figure 4 Mounting Plate SC110
UPSIDE DOWN
B
C
F
G
E
D
A
This orientation is used for mounting on
stainless steel or hardened steel.
into the outline marked and ensure it
on the mounting surface.
can be deformed.
Mounting Plate SC110
C
"4. Wirings and
of the anchor can reach but not protrude the concrete
surface.
Use a longer M6 anchor or a distance sleeve
and the anchor if the M6
Mounting Plate SC110
into the outline marked,
Mounting Plate SC110
and then through the center hole insert M6×50mm
screw into M6 anchor in the wall.
Mounting
Plate SC110
on the concrete surface, and make sure
Mounting Plate SC110
does not expand either.
Mounting Plate SC110
can be rotated here.
Mounting Plate SC110
to the original
orientation (see the figure below).
the end of the anchor cannot protrude the concrete
surface.
on M4 anchor, and then
Test Transmitter SC113
use M4×14mm screw to fix it permanently.
Mounting Plate SC110
is

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  • Page 1 1. General Information C, D, – Test Transmitter SC113 locating hole SC100 Seismic Vibration Detector is a universal seismic or structural vibration detector designed to detect selected vibrations E – Mounting Plate SC110 mounting hole from burglary or intrusion attempt to high value storage units, such as Vaults, Doors, ATMs, Safes and other solid structures.
  • Page 2 3. Other EOL resistor values can be used by removing all jumpers on the EOL jumper field and wire new resistors directly on the Honeywell. Honeywell does not take any responsibility for any consequences caused by misunderstanding of the manual or improper operations.