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SA921

The universal Electronic Scoring System for

• all firing distances

• all disciplines and

• all calibers

Operating and

Maintenance Instructions

SIUS AG

Im Langhag 1

CH-8307 Effretikon

Switzerland

Phone (+041) 52 343 91 91

Fax (+041) 52 343 12 14

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I. General

© Copyright

The copyright in these Operating and Maintenance

Instructions and all documentations delivered with the Scoring System remains with SIUS AG.

THESE DOCUMENTATIONS MUST NEITHER BE COPIED NOR MADE ACCESSIBLE TO THIRD PERSONS IN ANY MANNER WITHOUT THE EXPRESS APPROVAL OF SIUS AG.

SIUS AG Im Langhag 1 CH-8307 Effretikon Switzerland Phone (+041) 52 3439191 Fax (+041) 52 3431214

General

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generation microprocessors, VGA monitor, battery-buffered results memory and ultra-modern operating concepts (barcode reader in preparation).

Thanks to its flexible software, the SA921 is suitable for connecting and operating the following: all big bore targets (S150, UIT),

hunting targets (UIT and DJV), 50m big bore targets (S100), 50/25m targets (S50, UIT, for lead projectiles and small bore), rapid fire systems with integrated red/green signal device (RFP25, UIT and CISM) with time control unit (TCU25) as well as all 10m targets (S20) for air weapons including "Running Target".

All current UIT and CISM programs are available.

Various power supply units and distributor boxes are available depending on the system's intended use.

Own Ranking Systems and Competition Score Boards can be connected directly.

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1. The System

1.1 Installation Examples . . . 10

1.1.1 Mobile 10m system with 2 targets. Control units

and monitors directly with the shooter . . . 10

1.1.2 25m system with 5 targts S50, with light signal

device and time control unit TCU25, control

units on the secretary's table, monitor and

remote control units with the shooter . . . 12

1.1.3 System with more than 2 targets, VKITG,

VK921 and shot sensor, control units on the

secretary's table, monitors and

remote control units with the shooter . . . 15

1.2 Starting shooting operation . . . 16

2. The devices

2.1 Monitor M921 . . . 17

2.2 Monitor electronics ME921 . . . 18

2.3 Control unit CU921 . . . 19

2.2.1 General . . . 19

2.2.2 Printer . . . 19

2.4 Target computer . . . 20

2.4.1 General . . . 20

2.4.2 Target Computer ITG . . . 20

2.4.3 Distribution box VKITG . . . 20

2.5 Power supply units and distribution boxes . . . 21

2.5.1 Power supply unit NT9 . . . 21

2.5.2 The distribution box VK921 . . . 21

2.6 Remote control . . . 22

2.6.1 General . . . 22

2.6.2 Distributor MD921 . . . 22

2.7 Spectator monitor M14 . . . 23

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Contents

III

2.9 Shot sensors . . . 24

2.9.1 Shot sensor C88 . . . 24

2.9.1 Shot sensor LI9 . . . 24

2.10 Time control unit TCU25 . . . 26

3. Operation

3.1 The keyboard of the control unit CU921 . . . 27

3.1.1 Keys with constant functions . . . 27

3.1.2 Cursor- and figures keys . . . 28

3.1.3 The function keys . . . 29

3.2 The menu control . . . 30

3.2.1 Start and default display . . . 30

3.2.2 Display "DISCIPLINES" . . . 31

3.2.3 Firing modes . . . 31

3.2.4 Display "OPTIONS" . . . 32

3.2.5 Range Type menu . . . 34

3.2.5.1 Range Type menu 10 m . . . 34

3.2.5.2 Range Type menu 25 m . . . 36

3.2.5.3 Range Type menu 50 m . . . 38

3.2.5.4 Range Type menu 300 m . . . 39

3.2.5.5 Range Type menu S100 . . . 40

3.2.6 Display "MAINTENANCE" . . . 41

3.2.7 Setting Example . . . 43

3.2.8 Special features for rapid fire . . . 45

3.2.9 Settings on time control unit TZU25 . . . 46

3.3 The screen display . . . 48

3.3.1 Cross shot indication . . . 49

3.3.2 Screen saver . . . 49

3.4 Remote control RC921 (option) . . . 50

3.4.1 The menues of remote control . . . 51

3.5 Setting the target number . . . 52

4. Maintenance and Service

4.1 General . . . 54

4.1.1 Orders for materials . . . 54

4.2 Target maintenance S150 . . . 55

4.2.1 Construction of the target S150 . . . 55

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4.2.6 Damages by ricochets . . . 64

4.2.7 Endless rubber band . . . 65

4.2.7.1 Installation of a new endless rubber band . . 66

4.2.7.2 Turning the endless rubber band . . . 68

4.2.8 Cutting out ond recutting the target skin . . . . 69

4.2.9 Repair material for Target S150 . . . 70

4.2.9.1 Front frame, general . . . 70

4.2.9.2 Front frame, A-type target . . . 71

4.2.9.3 Main frame . . . 71

4.3 Target maintenance S150JK . . . 72

4.3.1 General . . . 72

4.3.2 Maintenance . . . .72

4.3.3 Repair material for Target S150JK . . . 73

4.4. Target maintenance S100 . . . 74

4.4.1 General . . . 74

4.4.2 Maintenance . . . 74

4.4.3 Repair material for Target S100 . . . 75

4.5 Target maintenance S50 . . . 76

4.5.1 Construction of targets S50 . . . 76

4.5.2 Feed setting . . . 77

4.5.3 Checking and cleaning . . . 78

4.5.4 Exchange of the rubber band . . . 79

4.5.5 Repair material for Target S50 . . . 80

4.6 Target maintenance S20 . . . 81

4.6.1 Construction of targets S20 . . . 81

4.6.2 Feed setting . . . 82

4.6.3 Checking and cleaning . . . 83

4.6.4 Exchange of the paper band . . . 84

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Contents

III

4.7 Printer maintenance (D92 und CU921) . . . 85

4.7.1 Exchange of the paper roll . . . 85

4.7.2 Testing the printer . . . 86

5. Trouble shooting and

breakdown elimination

5.1 General . . . 87

5.2 Exchange of fuses . . . 88

5.2.1 General . . . 88

5.2.2 Fuses sizes . . . 88

5.3 Test functions . . . 89

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921_10m 4 6 5 1.1 2 3 4 6 b r 5 KV003 KT001 KT001 ME 921 ME 921 1.2 CU921 CU921

1. Electronic measuring target S20 1.1 = Target No. 1

1.2 = Target No. 2 2. Target computer ITG

b = blue arrow, connection to target no. 1 r = red arrow, data and power connection

3. Power supply unit NT9 4. Control unit CU921

5. Monitor electronics ME921 6. Monitor M921

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Brief description

1. The electronic measuring target S20

The electronic measuring target (in this case type S20) detects the hits.

2. Target computer ITG

The target computer contains the microprocessor which controls the measuring process.

The ITG is equipped with a luminous diode which is easily visible from the outside through the sight glass. This diode must flash approx. 2 times per second after startup.

3. Power supply unit NT9

The entire system is supplied by the power supply unit NT9. The monitor M921, however, requires an extra mains connection.

4. Control unit CU921

The control unit contains the keys to operate the system and the printer which serves to print out the results.

5. Monitor electronics ME921

The monitor electronics attend to all tasks directly connected with the data transfer and the evaluation process. They receive the rough data of the shot from the target computer and calculate the value of the hit.

6. Monitor M921

The monitor displays the results.

Connection symbols

1. Terminals into the devices

2. Plugin connection, cable plug, device socket 3. Plugin connection, cable socket, device plug 4. Devices own's cable, without a special symbol

Cables

KT001 Target cable

KV003 Connecting cable NT9 - ITG

Introduction

1.1.1

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921_25m 2 3 4 6 MENU ZOOM MATCH (ENTER) CU 921 SELECT PRINTERSELECTALARM LINEFEED 7 8 5 1 1 1 1 1 4 6 MENU ZOOM MATCH (ENTER) CU 921 SELECT PRINTERSELECTALARM LINEFEED 5 4 6 MENU ZOOM MATCH (ENTER) CU 921 SELECT PRINTERSELECTALARM LINEFEED 5 4 6 MENU ZOOM MATCH (ENTER) CU 921 SELECT PRINTERSELECTALARM LINEFEED 9 5 6 MENU ZOOM MATCH (ENTER) CU 921 SELECT PRINTERSELECTALARM LINEFEED TCU 25

Time Control Unit

ON DIM DIM GREEN RED 2 OFF MASTER 4 4 EXT. START PROGRAM SELECTOR INTERN PROGRAM REDGREEN 01 23 45 678 9A BC DE F 7"7" 7"7" 7"7" 3"3" 3"7"7" 7"7" 7"3" 7" 3" 150" 20" 10" 8"6" 8"6" 4" 360" 30" 40" 60" 90" 1.2" 120" = Rapid Fire = Standard = Standard = Standard/CISM = CISM = CISM = OSP = OSP = OSP = Precision Pistol = Special = Special = Special = Special = 1 Shot = Sighting malf. SLAVE START/STOP RUN START/STOP RUN INTERN EXT. START PROGRAM SELECTOR 1 2 2 3 3 2 2 1 SLAVE 12 14 13 11 10 Data Data Time 30V 30V KT006 KP017 KP015 KS013 KV014 KP015 KP016 KP008 ME 921 ME 921 ME 921 ME 921 ME 921 VKITG VK921

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Brief description

1. The electronic measuring target S50 with red/green light

signal devices

The electronic measuring targets detect the hits. They are equipped with light signal devices which are controlled and supplied by the time control unit TCU25, pos. 9.

2. The VKITG

The distribution box VKITG can be equipped with max. 6 target computers (ITG). Each target computer contains the microprocessor which controls the measuring process.

Each ITG features a luminous diode which must flash approx. 2 times per second after startup.

3. VK921

The distribution box VK921 contains the power supply unit for the system and can be equipped for a maximum of 12 shooting lanes. The monitor M921, however, requires an extra mains connection.

4. Control unit CU921

The control unit contains the key to operate the system and the printer which serves to print out the results.

5. Monitor electronics ME921

The monitor electronics attend to all tasks directly connected with the data

transfer and the evaluation process. They receive the rough data of the shot from the target computer and calculate the value of the hit.

6. Monitor M921

The monitor displays the results. It requires an own main connection.

7. Remote control RC921

The remote control unit permits to operate the system from the shooter’s position.

8. Distributor MD921

The distributor MD921 is required if control unit and monitor are placed separately (The control unit on the secretary’s table and the monitor with the shooter). The monitor M921, remote control RC921 and shot sensor can be plugged in at the distributor.

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10. to the next target

11. time control, to the next VKITG

12. to the next time control unit; in case of synchronous

control of several TCUs

13. to the next shooting lane

14. data line to the evaluation computer

Connection symbols

1. Terminals into the devices

2. Plugin connection, cable plug, device socket 3. Plugin connection, cable socket, device plug 4. Devices own's cable, without a special symbol

Cables

KT006 Target cable max. 15 m KT007* Target cable more than 15 m

KT008* Target cable, without socket at target end, for pipe draw-in KP008 Connecting cable VK921 - VKITG, data

KP015 Connecting cable TCU25 - VKITG or VKITG - VKITG KP016 Connecting cable TCU25 - TCU25

KP017 Connecting cable VK921 - VKITG, 30V KS013 Connecting cable VK921 - M921 KV013* Extension cable data (VK921-VKITG) KV014 Connecting cable ME921 - MD921

KV016* Extension cable CU921 - ME921 (device cable, 75 cm long) * not drawn

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Introduction

1.1.3

1.1.3 System with more than 2 targets, VKITG, VK921 and

shot sensors, control units on the secretary’s table,

monitors and remote control units with the shooter.

1. Electronic measuring target (illustrated above S150/S100; the same

installation is possible with S20/S50).

15. Shot sensors (optional) serve to detect target errors. They enable

an automatic differentiation between own hits and cross shots.

See 1.1.2 for remaining legend

921_300m 2 3 4 6 15 7 8 13 14 10 MENU ZOOM MATCH (ENTER) 5 1 1 KS013 KV014 4 6 15 7 8 MENU ZOOM MATCH (ENTER) 5 KS013 KV014 Data 30V Data Time 30V KT006 KP017 KT006 KP008 ME 921 ME 921 VKITG VK921 CU 921 CU 921

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The system is designed for a voltage of 110V or 220-240V. The selection is made be means of selector switches into the power supply units (e.g. NT9, VK921).

The monitor M921 is equipped with an automatic voltage selection.

Install the system in accordance with the installation examples shown earlier in this booklet.

After all connecting cables are correctly plugged in, plug in the mains plug.

Once the mains voltage is present and the system started up, the start display comes up with the last used discipline and firing mode, in the example below 3 x 40 shots, sighters:

# --- 3x40/Sigh

Z

oom HrdC Clr Next Tot

As soon as the display shows „Ready“ in the status field (pos. 12 in paragraph 3.3), shooting operation can be started.

Attention!

If other disciplines, shooting distances or firing modes are desired, set these by means of

1. Shooting distance (press key "Next Window" till display "Option", then select "Rngt" = Range type), 2. Desired discipline and

3. Firing mode

See chapter 3, in particular 3.2 in this context.

Attention!

If other disciplines are selected, the presently set discipline is terminated, totalized and printed.

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2. The devices

2.1 Monitor M921

The monitor features a video cable and its own mains connection. Cable length = 1m. The voltage selection is made automatically. The monitor M921 is equipped with a VGA picture tube.

Main switch, contrast and brightness controls are at the bottom right of the monitor as illustrated below.

The screen presentation varies depending on the firing program. This is dealt with in detail in paragraph 3.3.

The devices

2.1

1 2 3 4

1. Contrast control 2. Brightness control

3. Pilot lamp for mains voltage 4. Main switch

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All connections for control unit, monitor, distribution box and addi-tional devices are on the rear side.

Located on the front is the connection for the pending barcode reader used for reading programs, commands and functions (not yet available at this time).

1. Shot sensor or distributor MD921 (remote control) 2. Periphery (control unit CU921, printer, competition

score board AZT03/AZT04) 3. Service button for future use 4. RC921 and free inputs/outputs 5. Monitor connection

6. Data and power supply

7. Connection for future barcode reader

7

Rear side

1

2

2 3

4

4

5

6

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The devices

2.3

2.3 Control unit CU921

2.3.1 General

Control unit CU921 features a membrane keyboard and a display for the operation of the system. It also contains the printer with the necessary operating keys and control lights.

Membrane keyboard and display are described in details in chapter „3. Operation“. For the printer, see paragraph 2.3.2 below.

2.3.2 Printer

Control unit CU921 is equipped with a printer capable of graphic presentations.

The printer prints the shot results and, if desired, the current content of the screen. (Key F2, see paragraph 3.1.3).

The printer is switched on and off by means of the main switch. If the printer is switched off during shooting, the shot results are memorized and printed out after the next switch-on of the printer. (See chapter 4.7 for maintenance of the printer)

1. Main switch for printer 2. Control lights

POWER: Device switched on,

must be lit in operation.

SEL: Selection,

must be lit in operation.

ALM: Alarm, e.g. locking lever not contacting, no paper in printer.

3. Keys:

SEL: Selection, switch off for paper feeding (LF)!

LF: Linefeed = paper feeding, possible only if SEL is switched off.

2

3

1

CU 921 SELECT

PRINTERSELECTALARM

LINE FEED

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Each ITG (target computer) features a luminous diode which must flash approx. 2 times per second after startup.

Target numbering is effected on the ITG, see 3.5 in this context.

2.4.2 Target computer ITG

(for mobile installation

or less than 4 targets)

The target computer contains an ITG plugin printed circuit board for 2 targets. The cover of the housing has a sight window through which the luminous diode can be checked from the outside. See 1.1.1 and 3.5 for connections.

2.4.3 Distribution box VKITG

(target side)

The distribution box VKITG can be equipped with max. 6 ITG plugin PCBs for 2 targets each. Each PCB is protected by a fine-wire fuse (dia. 5 x 20mm, 2A, slow).

1 2 3 1 4 5 6 1. Data 2. Target Nos. 1,3,5,7,9,11 3. Target Nos. 2,4,6,8,10,12 (in case of RFP25 do not use target 6 and 12)

4. 30V supply

5.* From the time control unit 6.* Time control, output to

the next VKITG

* only in connection with 25m RFP systems

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The devices

2.5

2.5 Power supply units and

distribution boxes

2.5.1 Power supply unit NT9

Two shooting lanes can be connected to one power supply unit NT9, as illustrated in example 1.1.1. The supply voltage (110 or 220V) can be switched over inside the unit. A fine-wire fuse (dia. 6.3x32mm, 4A, slow) protects the connected devices.

2.5.2 The distribution box VK921

(shooter's side)

The distribution box VK921 is designed for the supply of bigger systems and the corresponding distribution of data, see 1.1.2 and 1.1.3 in this context. It is laid out for a maximum of 12 shooting lanes. Two each are protected by a fine-wire fuse (dia. 5x20mm, 6.3A, slow). 1 4 5 2 3 4 6 7 8 1. Fine-wire fuse

(dia. 5x20mm, 6.3A, slow) 2. To operate

shooting lanes 1+2 3. To operate

shooting lanes 3-10 4. Data (equal connections) 5. To operate

shooting lanes 11+12 6. Output 30V supply 7. Commutator 110/220V 8. Mains connection cable

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secretary’s table and the monitor with the shooter). See 1.1.2 and 1.1.3 for installation examples.

The remote control RC921 assures the most important operating functions from the shooter’s position, see 3.4 in this context.

2.6.2 Distributor MD921

(only in case of separate placing of CU921/ME921 and the monitor) The distributor MD921 is connected to the monitor electronics ME921 by means of th cable art. no. KV014 (see drawing 1.1.2, 1.1.3 and pos. 1 in paragraph 2.2). Monitor M921, shot sensor and remote control RC921 can now be connected directly to distributor MD921. 1 From ME921 2. Remote control RC921 3. Monitor M921 4. Shot sensor

1

2

3

4

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The devices

2.8

2.7 Spectator monitor M14

An extra spectator monitor can be connected for each desired shooting lane. It is operated in parallel to the shooter’s monitor. In this way the public is able to follow each individual shot as it is graphically presented during a competition.

Connection: Pos. 5 at the monitor electronics or at the MD921. Article number of the 14" spectator monitor: M14

2.8 Competition score boards

Competition score boards are used in major events. With these it is possible to present the current values of the individual shooters to a big public at longer distances. A complete match is clearly presented on the display board, as illustrated below.

Connection: Pos. 4 at the monitor electronics. Article numbers:

Score board for 10m-, 50m- and 300m disciplines: (picture below): AZT03

Score board for all 25m disciplines: AZT04

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Shot sensor C88 is equipped with a microphone and two infrared probes to detect the fired shot. The muzzle pop and muzzle flash are detected by these devices. The shot is only evaluated as an own shot if both probes respond simultaneously.

The measuring units can be pivoted to the open position so that their responding range is improved for the „STANDING“ position. The distance between the measuring units and the weapon’s muzzle is of crucial importance for impeccable shot detection.

Attention!

Make sure you observe the recommended distances between weapon muzzle and shot sensors!

The bipod supports of military rifles must be placed on the coarse mat provided for the purpose. Weapons without bipods must be held in a corresponding position.

2.9.2 Shot sensor LI9

Shot sensors LI9 are used for targets of type S50. These sensors are mounted on a tripod and equipped with a microphone, permitting ideal positioning in relation to the weapon’s muzzle. (Distance weapon muzzle - microphone < 20cm).

Type of weapon and ammunition can be set on the box fitted to the tripod.

Attention!

Make sure you observe the ideal distance (< 20cm) between weapon muzzle and microphone!

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The weapon’s bipod supports must be located in this area!

Shot sensors for the PRONE and KNEELING positions

coarse mat

The devices

2.9

Shot sensors pivoted open, ONLY FOR THE STANDING POSITION

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The device controls the target electronics (ITG) in such a manner that hits are evaluated during the green phase exclusively. Hits during the red phase are displayed on the screen indicating as "0" and printed with the indication of the exceeded time, but not evaluated, e.g. OT = 0.34s; OT = Over Time.

The time control unit contains two channels independent of each other. The two channels can be used independently of each other or switched synchronous to each other.

By means of suitable connections it is also possible to operate several devices (and RFP25 rows of targets, respectively) synchronously to each other.

The operation of the device is described in paragraph 3.2.9.

1 2 3 4 5 6

1. Connection to target computer ITG

2. Connection from/to the next time control unit 3. Connection from/to the next time control unit

(Pos. 2 and 3 are equivalent)

4. Device fuse (dia. 6.3 x 32 mm, 6.3A, slow) 5. Voltage commutator 110/220V

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3. Operation

3.1 The keyboard of control unit CU921

3.1.1 Keys with constant functions

This key serves to cancel a selection or to change to a higher hierarchical level of the program without activating a function.

If the display has a help text allocated, this text is printed out by pressing this key.

Activates the next following menu. Commands and selections from the displayed menu can be activated by pressing the corresponding function keys.

This key serves to display additional possibilities, not shown in the active display for space reasons, in the next display.

Confirms a selection made. If appropriate it also activates the next following display.

Operation

3.1

1. Keys with constant functions

2. Numbers keyboard (cursor and digits functions) 3. Function keys

4. Operating field for the printer

CU 921 SELECT

PRINTER SELECT ALARM

LINE FEED

1 2

4 3

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This key serves to select from a list of different selection possibilities.

Moves the cursor to the end of the active list Moves the cursor one line further down

Moves the cursor forward by one page if the list contains several pages

Moves the cursor back by one sign Moves the cursor forward by one sign

Moves the cursor to the start of the active list Moves the cursor upward by one line

Moves the cursor back by one page if the list contains several pages

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Operation

3.1

3.1.3 The function keys

Depending on the program the keys F1-F5 have different tasks or functions, respectively. The functions are always indicated on the bottom line of the display, e.g:

Start display

# --- 3x40/Sigh

Z

oom HrdC Clr Next Tot

Functions

F1: Zoom: Amplification level on the screen.

F2: HrdC: Hardcopy, prints the current screen page. F3: Clr: Clears the shot display on the screen.

F4: Next: Clears the field’s content „last shot“ and changes the symbol „last shot“ in the graphic presentation of the screen.

Specially helpfull by disciplines with a symbol of the

last shot as a circle with dia. corresponding to the bore dia. This symbol may cover other shots.

F5: Tot: Terminates the group of shots and totalizes

Attention!

Totalize everytime at the end of shooting to terminate the shooting group!

Otherwise every shot will be draft on the screen after next switch-on of the system, what can be intensive

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with the corresponding function keys. All displays are described hereafter.

Test Serv Set

MAINTENANCE

Start Display

fr60 3x20

3

x40 fp60

DISCIPLINES Sigh

Fida Demo Sens RngT

OPTIONS OFF

# --- 3x40/Sigh

Z

oom HrdC Clr Next Tot

3.2.1 Start and default display

#10 9 (90) 3x40/Sigh

Z

oom HrdC Clr Next Tot

The start and default display comes up after putting into operation or after 16 seconds without activity.

Displayed in the top right is the currently set discipline (3x40 shots) and the firing mode (Sighters).

While shooting is in progress, the display shows at the top right the shot number and the result of the last shot, in brackets the tenth division evaluation.

The individual functions (Zoom, HrdC, Clr, Next and Tot) are described in the earlier paragraph 3.1.3.

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Operation

3.2

3.2.2 Display „DISCIPLINES“

fr60 3x20

3

x40 fp60

DISCIPLINES Sigh

The bottom line of this display shows all disciplines of the selected range type (see paragraphs hereafter). These disciplines can be activated by pressing the pertaining function keys.

The cursor stands on the selected discipline (in the example 3x40). The selected firing mode is shown at the top right (Sigh = Sighters). After selection of a discipline by pressing the corresponding

function key, a submenu is displayed showing all firing modes of this discipline:

3.2.3 Firing modes

Sigh = sighters* Stg1 (2, 3) = stage 1 (2, 3)

Qual = qualification Prone = prone position

Finl = final* Stnd = standing position

Comp = competition Knee = kneeling position

Prec = precision stage RapF = rapid fire

* tenth division evaluation

Separate sighters can be programmed for pistol disciplines with precision and rapid fire stages. The stage in question is displayed to the RIGHT of „Sigh“ (Sighters): Sigh Prec are sighters in the

precision stage, Sigh RapF are sighters in the Rapid Fire stage. On selecting of Prec or RapF, the corresponding stage with the competition evaluations is selected.

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This display lists the additional possibilities and devices. The pertaining submenu is

called by selecting the corresponding function key.

Fida: (Firer’s data): In this submenu it is possible to assign individual firer or start numbers to each firer.

On selection of this submenu a new display comes up:

IdNo IdRq

Firers Data

With IdRq you determine whether or not the entry of an

identification number (IdNo) is required. In case of IdRq = ON the identification number is mandatory. The system remains blocked (status field = STOP) until the IdNo has been entered. If an attempt to e.g. change the discipline is made all the same, the screen shows a window with the remark:

„All Data Required“.

In the submenu IdNo you can enter the corresponding number (max. 9 digits) by means of the number keys.

123456789 -DEL -EXIT

IdNumber

By pressing DEL, you can delete the last digit of the number each time.

By pressing EXIT you leave the menu without alteration.

Acknowledge the correct entry by pressing ENTER. The number is then displayed on the screen in field „Current settings“, see pos. 9, paragraph 3.3.

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Demo: The demonstration mode can be switched on and off by ON/OFF.

In the demo mode you can generate one shot by pressing the Ins

key. The result is determined by a random number generator.

If the demo mode is switched on, this is indicated by „Demo“ in the status window on the screen (pos. 12 in paragraph 3.3).

On the printout, the shot in question is identified by an exclamation mark (!).

ATTENTION!

The demo mode serves exclusively to demonstrate the

system. During shooting operation it must be SWITCHED OFF.

Sens: The shot sensor can be switched on and off by ON/OFF.

If the shot sensor is switched on, cross shots are displayed on the screen. See also 2.9, 3.2.6 and 3.3.1 in this context.

RngT: (Range Type) The possible range types are displayed on

selection of this menu.

Range Type

10m 25m 50m 300m S100

Each distance can be selected and features one or several submenus with the corresponding disciplines which are described in para-graph 3.2.4 overleaf.

As a particularity, target type S100 is also listed here because pistol disciplines with big-bore weapons are still held in many places.

Attention!

After selection of the discipline, the menu for selecting the firing mode is called up automatically (see paragraph 3.2.3).

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Range Type 10m

10m 10mR Pent Biat

10m: the usual 10m air weapon disciplines:

DISCIPLINES

ar40 ar60 ap40 ap60

ar40 Air rifle 40 shots

ar60 Air rifle 60 shots

ap40 Air pistol 40 shots

ap60 Air pistol 60 shots

10mR: 10m Running Target disciplines (air rifle):

DISCIPLINES

2x30 40mx 2x20

2x30 30 shots at low + 30 shots at high target travelling

speed

40mx 40 shots at low or high travelling speed, choice by random number generator

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Operation

3.2

Pent: 10m Pentathlon disciplines

DISCIPLINES

20sh 3x10

20sh 20 shots

3x10 3 x 10 shots

Biat: 10m Biathlon disciplines (air rifle)

DISCIPLINES

Biat

Biat Biathlon 10m with the firing modes prone, standing,

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Range Type 25m

UIT CISM S25

UIT: all UIT 25m disciplines (target S50):

DISCIPLINES

RapF CntF StdP SptP

RapF Rapid Fire Pistol*

CntF Center Fire Pistol

StdP Standard Pistol

SptP Sports Pistol

* Setting only on the device which is used as master device. See also paragraphs 3.2.8 and 3.2.9 in this context.

CISM: all CISM 25m disciplines (target S50):

DISCIPLINES

CntF SptP RpFW RpFM

CntF Center Fire Pistol

SptP Sports pistol

RpFW Rapid Fire Women RpFM Rapid Fire Men

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Operation

3.2

S25: all 25m disciplines on target S25

S25

UIT CISM

If S25 is selected, the selection items UIT (F1) and CISM (F2) are displayed at first.

Afterwards the corresponding disciplines can be selected as just described. However, in this case the target S25 is used, and not target S50 as in the two previous paragraphs.

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50m

UIT Biat SUI

UIT: all UIT 50m disciplines (target S50):

DISCIPLINES

fr60 3x20 3x40 fp60

fr60 Free rifle 60 shots

3x20 3 x 20 shots, 3 positions (prone, standing, kneeling)

3x40 3 x 40 shots, 3 positions (prone, standing, kneeling)

fp60 Free pistol 60 shots

Biat: 50m Biathlon disciplines (target S50):

DISCIPLINES

Biat

Biat Biathlon 50m with the firing modes prone, standing,

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Operation

3.2

SUI:

DISCIPLINES

P4 P10 B5 B10 O10

P4 Pistol target P4 P10 Pistol target P10 B5 Pistol target B5 B10 Pistol target B10

010 Ordnance pistol target 010

3.2.5.4 Range type menu 300m

After selection of Range Type 300m, the disciplines of this distance are displayed directly:

DISCIPLINES

fr60 3x20 3x40

fr60 Free rifle 60 shots

3x20 3 x 20 shots, 3 positions (prone, standing, kneeling) 3x40 3 x 40 shots, 3 positions (prone, standing, kneeling)

Disciplines on big bore target S100 with Swiss pistol targets

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S100 Pistol

UIT DIV

UIT: UIT 50m disciplines:

DISCIPLINES

PPSB PPBB RFSB RFBB

PPSB Precision pistol target small bore

PPBB Precision pistol target big bore

RFSB Rapid fire pistol target small bore

RFBB Rapid fire pistol target big bore

DIV: Diverse (various) disciplines:

DISCIPLINES

A10s

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Operation

3.2

3.2.6 Display „MAINTENANCE“

Test Serv Set

MAINTENANCE

All testing and service functions are combined here.

In the test menu it is possible to check the target, connections and competition score boards if applicable, and a self-test can be released.

Test Functions

Targ Line Self Azt

Targ The target is checked

Line The connections are checked

Self A self-test of the CU921 is performed

Azt The score board is checked

You will find further details concerning the test functions in chapter 5.3.

Various interventions are possible in the service menu.

Service Functions

PrnS PrnL Stat Azt CLog

PrnS The record sheet is printed in the form of a graphic presentation of the target with the results (max. 20 shots per presentation), and additionally the normal record sheet with the reference „C“ for copy and exclamation mark (!) for shots generated in the demonstration mode.

PrnL The log is printed.

Stat The status of the system is printed.

Azt The display on the competition score board can be altered.

CLog Clears the log. By this the entire log is cleared irrevocable.

ATTENTION!

By means of CLog the entire log is cleared irrevocable. PLEASE PRINT BY MEANS OF COMMAND PrnL BEFORE CLEARING!

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In operation with shot sensor, the target expects a hit within 0.5 seconds from responding of the shot sensor. A zero is evaluated if no hit is detected during this time. This corresponds to the setting HMss = OFF.

If HMss is switched on, this missing shot is registered in the log with the exact time, but it is not evaluated.

This function is only required for small bore disciplines using the shot sensor LI9, where the fired shot might cause the shot sensors of the neighbouring lane to respond under unfavourable circum-stances.

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Operation

3.2

3.2.7 Setting example

Objective: Air rifle, 60 shots Attention!

The keys must be pressed within 15 seconds each time, otherwise the default/start display is shown again!

Start display depending on the previous discipline, for example:

# --- 3x40/Sigh

Z

oom HrdC Clr Next Tot

• Press now twice key

The display now shows „Option“:

Fida Demo Sens RngT

OPTIONS OFF

• Press now key for „Rngt“ = range type. The display changes to:

Range Type

10m 25m 50m 300m S100

• Select now „10m“ by means of key . New display:

Range Type 10m

10m 10mR Pent Biat

• Select once more „10m“ by means of key . New display:

DISCIPLINES

ar40

a

r60 ap40 ap60

Select now „ar60“ by means of key . New display:

Air Rifle 60 Shots

S

igh Qual Finl

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As soon as the status display on the screen (pos. 12 in paragraph 3.3) changes from „Stop“ to „Ready“, shooting operation can be started.

After 15 seconds the start/default display comes up also with the new discipline:

# --- ar60/Sigh

Z

oom HrdC Clr Next Tot

Changing of the firing mode

If the firer is ready to start with the qualification/competition you press the key . The display changes to:

DISCIPLINES

ar40 ar60 ap40 ap60

Select the discipline by pressing the key . The firing mode is displayed:

Air Rifle 60 Shots

Sigh

Q

ual Finl

Select now „Qualification“ by pressing the key .

The displayed sighters disappear from the screen. The new settings are displayed in the field „Current settings“.

– Air Rifle 60 Shots – Qualification

As soon as the status display on the screen changes from „Stop“ to

Ready“, shooting operation can be resumed again.

Adopting the same procedure, you can also change from „Qualification“ to „Final“ (press key F3 instead of F2).

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Operation

3.2

3.2.8 Special aspects in case of rapid fire

All rapid-fire disciplines are carried out on the row of 5 targets RFP25 with red/green light signal device and time control unit TCU25.

By means of the time control unit all 5 targets of the row are activated at the same time.

Hits are only evaluated during the green phase.

Hits during the red phase are evaluated with „0“. Exceeding of the time is displayed and printed, e.g. OT = 0.34s. (OT = overtime). The slot evaluation used with turning targets is time-compensated (0.2s).

In the Olympic Rapid Fire where one single firer fires on all 5 tar-gets, one lane is defined as „master“. The setting of this discipline

is made at the master device CU921 ONLY, which can be chosen

arbitrarily out of the 5 devices. The remaining devices change automatically as soon as the master device is set accordingly. Each device (including the one switched as master) displays and records the result of its target. The evaluation/totalisation of the series of 5 (1 shot per target) and the corresponding printout are provided by the master device.

If no hit is detected on one or several of the targets during the green phase, a zero is entered for the evaluation of the series of 5 for this/these target/s.

In this context see also „Settings of the time control unit TCU25“, paragraph 3.2.9.

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4.1 5.1

6.1 7.1 8 9

1. Brightness controller Red (for channels 1 and 2) 2. Master ON/OFF

3. Brightness controller Green (for channels 1 and 2) 4. Program selection channel 1 (left channel)

5. External start, channel 1 6. Start channel 1

7. Operation INTERNAL/SLAVE channel 1 8. Programs

9. Operating elements channel 2 (right channel, analog elements like pos. 4, 5, 6 and 7)

By means of the brightness controllers (pos. 1 and 3) it is possible to adapt the red/green signals to the current light circumstances. The commutator "Master ON/OFF" permits to switch several devices to synchronous mode.

The program selector switch pos. 4 permits to select the desired program according to table pos. 8, for example program 6, OSP (Olympic Rapid Fire Pistol, red phase 3 seconds, green phase 8 se-conds).

The program is either started at the device by pressing the START/ STOP button (pos. 6) or by an additional start button from the shooter's position (Art. No. TCU25A501). The cable to the latter button is plugged in at pos. 5, external start.

The red phase with the time stated on the table pos. 8 starts as soon as the start is released. The START/STOP button flashes.

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Operation

3.2

On expiry of the red phase the green phase is started, during which the hits are evaluated.

In the case of programs with several stages the red and green phases alternate until the number of stages are completed. Flashing of the START/STOP button stops when the program is finished after the (last) green phase. A red phase of approx. 20 seconds starts then, on expiry of which the signal lights go dark. By pressing the START/STOP button a second time the program sequence is terminated and the red and green inidcations go dark. Second pressing of the button, however, may be effected at the earliest 3 seconds after first pressing.

Switch positions

Device No. MASTER ON/OFF

Channel 1 Channel 2

Device 1

ON

INTERN

SLAVE

Device 2

OFF

SLAVE

SLAVE

Device 3

OFF

SLAVE

SLAVE

Device 4

OFF

SLAVE

SLAVE

In the above example all targets operate synchronously correspond-ing to device 1, channel 1.

If separate shooting is to take place on one row of target, the switch pos. 7 of the corresponding channel can by switched to INTERNAL. This channel is now independent of the remaining

3 7 4 7 5 7 6

1 2 2 2

1. Device 1, in this case master device

2. remaining, joined devicces, device Nos. 2–4

3. to VKITG 1, targets 1–5 (channel 1) and targets 6–10 (channel 2) 4. to VKITG 2, targets 11–15 (channel 1) and targets 16–20 (channel 2) 5. to VKITG 3, targets 21–25 (channel 1) and targets 26–30 (channel 2) 6. to VKITG 4, targets 31–35 (channel 1) and targets 36–40 (channel 2)

cables for positions 3–6 = 4 pieces, Art. No. KP015 7. Connecting cables, 3 pieces, Art. No. KP016

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1. Target, according to discipline and zoom stage 2. Hit

3. MPI (Mean Point of Impact)

4. Last shot, presentation as per zoom stage (bore diameter)

5. In case of sighters, the top right corner of the target is presented inversely

6. Target number (your target/lane!)

7. Head of the table of results:

No: shot number

Val: shot value in complete rings or tenth division ring values

(‘100’), resp.

8. Table of results (last 10 shots)

The inner ten is shown with an asterisk * (in this case shot 3), a frame shot with (in this case shot 1).

12 10

9

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

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Operation

3.3

9. Current settings

10. Totals and mean point of impact

MPI Mean Point of Impact of a group of shots/Deviation in mm from the centre of the target.

Totals

1st total = total of the current group of 10 shots 2nd total = sum total of the current program

11. Last shot, result, large number

12. Status field

Ready: system is ready

STOP: system is not ready for operation

OFFLINE: no connection to the target

Demo: demo operation mode is switched on

3.3.1 Cross shot indication

In case of operation with a shot sensor (see 2.9), cross shots (hits coming from other shooting lanes) are detected and indicated by the „Cross shot“ symbol below the table of results on the screen.

The symbol disappears automatically after 7.5 minutes.

3.3.2 Screen saver

The system is equipped with an automatic screen saver.

If no activities occurred for approx. 15 minutes, the screen saver is started and the little SIUS man starts walking ...

Any activity of the system causes the current screen display to come up again, for example a change of the zoom stage or a shot is fired.

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In this case the remote control, monitor and if applicable the shot sensors are plugged into distributor MD921. In this context see the installation examples in paragraph 1.1.

MENU

ZOOM

MATCH

(ENTER)

ZOOM: Selects the next zoom

stage

(ENTER): If the menu is on the

screen, the selected function (shown inversely) is released with ENTER.

MENU: First actuation brings

the menu on the screen. Each further actuation switches to the next function.

MATCH: If „SIGHTERS“ is

active, match operation is switched on by pressing of this button. By pressing a second time it is possible to switch back to sighters provided that no shot has been fired yet in match operation.

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Operation

3.4

3.4.1 The menues of remote control

General

The menu is displayed on the screen by actuation of the MENU key. The selected function is presented inversely, in the example below it is „Clear Display“.

The next following function is selected by actuation of the MENU

key.

The selected, inversely shown function can be activated with the

ENTER key.

Clear Display The field „last shot“ and the graphic presentation of

the hits on the target are cleared. By pressing of the ZOOM key the screen is renewed.

Print a screen copy Produces a printout of the current screen.

Print a record sheet Prints the log a second time with the remark

„C“ (for copy)

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One pair of targets is numbered per ITG. In the first instance the setting refers to target 2. By means of the bridge (4) it is specified whether the neighbouring target 1, connected to the plug with the blue arrow, should be higher by 1 or lower by 1.

New settings become effective only after resetting of the system* and are shown on the monitor only subsequent to the first shot!

*Reset: Pull out the data cable (r) at the ITG and plug it in again.

r red arrow, connection for data and supply

bl blue arrow, connection of target 1

r

bl ITG

Target 1 Target 2

CU 921PRINTERSELECTALARMSELECTLINEFEED CU 921PRINTERSELECTALARMSELECTLINEFEED

41

42

ME 921

ME 921

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Operation

3.5

3

8 6

7 5 2 1

4

1. Switch for single units (here position 2 = 2) 2. Switch for tens (here position 4 = 40)

3. Target number YES (with jumper, like above example) / NO (without jumper) 4. Target 1 = –1 (with jumper, like above example) / +1 (without jumper)

5. Jumper = target number (Pos. 1+2) +100 6. Jumper = target number (Pos. 1+2) +200 7. Jumper = target number (Pos. 1+2) +400 8. Jumper = target number (Pos. 1+2) +800 Target number according to the above setting:

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Please pay the necessary attention to this chapter.

4.1.1 Orders for material

The paragraphs concerning maintenance of devices contain also the necessary article designations and numbers for the repair material. Please address your orders to your local agent or directly to:

SIUS AG Im Langhag 1 CH-8307 Effretikon Switzerland Phone (+41) 52 343 91 91 Fax (+41) 52 343 12 14

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Target maintenance S150

4.2.1

4.2 Target maintenance S150

4.2.1 Construction of the target

The electronic measuring target is laid out as a sound measuring chamber. Its lower part is protected from the firing and holds the measuring bar with the electronic measuring devices.

The condition of the sound measuring chamber and of the measur-ing bar with the electronic elements and microphones is of particu-lar importance for the reliability and precision of the scoring system. Make sure the target is optically perfect and correctly aligned on the front frame, always tightly stretched so that it does not flutter even in case of stronger winds.

The maintenance schedule helps you to plan and carry out the necessary target maintenance in good time. All jobs listed in the maintenance schedule are subsequently dealt with in detail.

s1x0_04 6 1 2 3 4 5 2 9 8 8 7 s1x0_05 3 1 2 Main frame 1. Rain roof 2. Velcro tape,

front frame fastening 3. Target skin

4. Marking (see target maintenance) 5. Cutout for the endless rubber band 6. Bearing lug for the front frame 7. Timber frame

8. Bayonet catch

9. Cover for the measuring bar

Front frame

1. Velcro tape, front frame fastening

2. Timber frame

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the prerequisite for precise and perfect functioning of the electronic scoring system!

The maintenance schedule is based on experience values gained in Switzerland. Changed conditions, in particular other ammunitions such as hunting ammunition (hollow tip), wad cutter, etc. may require much shorter maintenance intervals!

After every shooting event

Visual checking of the targets . . . 4.2.3 CARRY OUT NECESSARY JOBS IMMEDIATELY!

After approx. 2500 shots

• Clean the measuring bars thoroughly . . . 4.2.5 • Glue large aiming points . . . 4.2.4

After approx. 5000 shots

• Clean the measuring bars thoroughly . . . 4.2.5 • Mount endless rubber bands . . . 4.2.7.1 • Glue small aiming points . . . 4.2.4

After approx. 7500 shots

• Clean the measuring bars thoroughly . . . 4.2.5 • Turn the endless rubber bands . . . 4.2.7.2 • Glue large aiming points . . . 4.2.4 • Check the target skin, cut out if necessary . . . 4.2.8.3

After approx. 10,000 shots

• Clean the measuring bars thoroughly . . . 4.2.5 • Turn the endless rubber bands . . . 4.2.7.2 • Glue small aiming points . . . 4.2.4

• Cut out target skin now at the latest . . . 4.2.8

Maintenance after 10,000 shots must be carried out at further regular intervals:

Every 2500 shots

• Clean the measuring bars thoroughly . . . 4.2.5 • Glue aiming points . . . 4.2.4 • Turn or replace the endless rubber bands . . . 4.2.7.2 • Check the target skin, recut rear skin if necessary . . . 4.2.8.3

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4.2.3 Visual inspection of the targets

4.2.3.1 Visual inspection of the front frame

Check the front frame for an optical impeccable target. If necessary, glue on a new aiming point in good time, otherwise there is the danger of the target skin losing its elasticity and becoming prema-turely due for replacement.

Mend possible cracks and other defects immediately.

In this context please refer to chapter 4.2.4, Maintenance of the front frame.

Attention!

Every front frame whose target skin has lost its elasticity must be replaced!

4.2.3.2 Visual inspection of the main frame

Target skin

Remove the front frame. Check the front and rear skins of the target. If necessary, mend possible defects from ricochets in accordance with chapter 4.2.6

Check the endless rubber band if appropriate and turn it onwards if the target section has too many holes (4.2.7).

Attention!

Domed rubber sections indicate excessive use in the same position!

Prevent doming by turning onwards in good time!

Rain roof/rain apron

Exchange any defective components. Make sure the rain apron hangs loosely OUTSIDE the endless rubber band.

Attention!

The ingress of rain water may destroy the electronic compo-nents!

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Attention!

The tension of the target skin is applied to the cover over the measuring bar! For opening, therefore, hold the cover and carefully swing it open!

3 5 4 6 7 4 8 9 s1x0_03k A 4 6 4 10 1 2 A = direction of projectile 1. Main frame

2. Front frame with target 3. Rain roof

4. Target skin

5. Rain apron, MUST HANG

OVER THE ENDLESS RUBBER BAND! 6. Endless rubber band

7. Sound measuring chamber 8. Measuring bar

9. Cover over measuring bar

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4.2.4 Maintenance of the front frame

The front frame carries the target. It has no influence on the electronic shot detection which takes place inside the main frame. Every shooter has a right to perfect hit detection. Make sure, therefore, that the front frame is clean and optically perfect, and that the target skin is sufficient tight.

The front frame consists of the braced timber frame onto which the skin (top sheet) with the target is stitched.

Plates of styrofoam are inserted between the braces and the target skin. They prevent fluttering of the target in strong winds as long as the target skin is tight enough.

Target maintenance S150

4.2.4

1

2

2

2

2

3

3

Front frame S150 with A-type target

1. Target skin of top sheet 2. Velcro tapes

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Smaller cracks

Mend with covering tape (self-adhesive). If necessary the tape can be painted over with opaque pigment.

Larger cracks

Mend with top sheet material and top sheet adhesive.

Defective styrofoam plates

Replace by new ones. Fasten these using silicone.

1

2

2

2

2

3

3

3

3

Front frame S150, view from the rear

1. Timber frame 2. Velcro tapes 3. Styrofoam plates

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Target maintenance S150

4.2.4

Shattered, domed target centres

These should be glued over with suitable aiming points.

Two sizes of aiming points are available for A-type targets. Start with the large aiming point (60 cm = original target). Use a small aiming point in the second place, then a large one again followed by a small one, a.s.o.

Attention!

On the original target skin the aiming point is aligned to the electronic target centre. For this reason you must align the large aiming points precisely as per the original target skin!

Attention!

The MAT SIDE of the aiming points must face the shooter!

zf_a

1 2

A-type target

1. Front frame with original target skin 2. Large aiming point, dia. 60cm

GLUE THE GLOSSY SIDE, THE MAT SIDE MUST FACE THE SHOOTER!

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of target, or yarded goods. The skins are supplied without aiming points.

The aiming point may only be glued on after the skin is in place. Use top sheet adhesive for this job. Perfect alignment to the electronic centre of the target is an absolute necessity.

Attention!

Glue the aiming point in place only after stitching on the skins, and align the aiming point to the electronic centre!

750 750 545 450 450 2 C 1 v_s150_a 845

1. Front frame with new skin 2. Aiming point dia. 60cm

C = electronic centre of the target

Alignment of the aiming points to the electronic centre of the target

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Target maintenance S150

4.2.5

4.2.5 Cleaning of the measuring bars

Clean the measuring bars regularly. The measuring microphones must be clean and not covered by possible residues from skin rubber, endless rubber band or debris from ricochets.

Attention!

The tension of the target skin is applied to the cover over the measuring bar!

For opening, therefore, hold the cover tightly and swing it open carefully!

Procedure

– Hold the cover tightly and open the two bayonet catches. Now you open the cover by holding it well and carefully swinging it open towards the top.

– Remove bigger foreign bodies such as chips, parts of projectiles and debris from ricochets.

– Clean the measuring electronics and the microphones with a paint brush or a brush, or using a vacuum cleaner with a soft brush head.

– Remove tenacious deposits on the microphones with a rag free of fuzz, moistened in lukewarm soapy suds. The rag may be moist, it must not be wet! Afterwards, clean the microphones with a dry rag.

– Swing the cover closed again and close the bayonet catches.

1

2

3

2

4

5

4

2

Measuring bar, cover in open position

1. Cover over measuring bar 2. Microphones

3. Measuring bar

4. Reference measuring path 5. Electronics

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Procedure to eliminate damages from ricochets

– Check the front frame. If necessary, repair it as described in paragraph 6.4.

– Remove the front frame. Check the target skins on the front and rear side of the main frame.

– Clean the areas around bigger holes in the skins of the main frame (from dia. 5mm) with acetone and then glue them with ricochet patches using fast glue CA 15-G. See the picture below in this context.

– Check rain roof and rain apron. Replace defective parts. Make sure the rain apron hangs OVER the endless rubber band!

– Repair possible defects in the timber frame with water resistant wood glue.

Skin damaged by ricochet

1.

3.

2.

1. Clean defective area with rag drenched in acetone 2. Apply fast glue to patch und 3. Press patch on skin IMMEDIATELY

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4.2.7 Endless rubber band

As a result of continued use the centre of the skin gets holes, starts to dome and tear. It loses its elasticity with the effect that the energy of the sound waves is reduced. Faulty measurements may result.

An endless rubber band is now installed, so that the sound chamber is perfectly sealed again.

Target maintenance S150

4.2.7

1

1

2

1. Wooden bars 2. Endless rubber band

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temperatures of above 15°C.

If installation is carried out at lower temperatures, the endless rubber band must be stored beforehand at room temperature (minimum 22°C) for at least 4 hours. It may be removed from the heated room immediately before installation only.

Two persons are required for installation.

Also required are two planed wood ledges or roof battens.

Procedure

– Remove the front frame and place the endless rubber band with the two installation ledges ready.

In winter: STORE IN A HEATED ROOM IN GOOD TIME!

– Place the ledges in the endless rubber band, bevels towards the inside so that they are facing the cheeks of the main frame later on (Fig. 1).

– Lift up rubber band and ledges. Position the two ledges against the out cheeks at the top of the main frame. Tighten the rubber band by means of the ledges and guide the band over the main frame (Fig. 2).

– Draw the endless rubber band by means of the ledges so far over the main frame until the rubber is fully covering the cutouts in the frame (Fig. 3).

– Remove the ledges by tilting them over the sides of the cheeks of the main frame and then pulling them out (Fig. 4).

– Pull the rain apron from under the endless rubber band and allow it to hang over the endless rubber band. (Fig. 5).

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Target maintenance S150

4.2.7

2. Lining up

4. Remove the ledges

6. Correctly installed rubber 1. Endless rubber band and installation

ledges; to be stored at room temperature!

3. Pull down until the cutouts are coverd.

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rubber band is positioned on the centre of the target.

Attention!

Domed rubber bands indicate excessive use in the same position! Please prevent doming by turning the roll onwards in good time!

If the rubber band starts hanging loose and is no longer resting tight, it must be replaced by a new one.

Two persons are required to turn the rubber band onwards.

Procedure

– Remove the front frame

– One person stands behind the target, the other diagonally opposite in front of the target.

– Lift the rubber slightly using both hands, and pull it onwards in the same direction by approx. 20cm.

– Put the front frame back in place.

– Take care that the rain apron hangs neatly over the endless rubber band.

s1x0_07

1 2

2

1. Main frame

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4.2.8 Cutting out and recutting

the target skin

The target skin must be cut out when it is so heavily holed in the target centre that tears of more than 10-15mm have formed or that individual pieces are even coming loose.

Procedure

– Remove the front frame.

– Check the endless rubber band. If it is still in order, move it until the areas of the target skin to be cut out or recut are free. Otherwise prepare a new endless rubber band.

– Cut the target skin as per the marked contours using A PAIR OF SCISSORS!

– The target skin on the rear side can be recut again later on. However, sufficient overlapping by the endless rubber band must be assured at all times. Minimum overlap 5 cm!

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Target maintenance S150

4.2.8

Front side s1x0_06.1 10 4 2 s1x0_04 6 1 2 3 4 5 2 9 8 8 7 1. Rain roof

2. Velcro tape for front frame fixation 3. Target skin

4. Marked cutout

5. Cutout for the endless rubber band 6. Bearing lug for front frame

7. Timber frame 8. Bayonet catch

9. Cover over measuring bar 10. Rain apron

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– Fasten the front frame on the main frame again.

Attention!

ALWAYS USE A PAIR OF SCISSORS for cutting and recutting, NEVER A KNIFE!

If a knife was used, you would probably either tear the skin or damage the opposite skin!

Attention!

The target skin may only be cut out to the extent that the endless rubber band can still perfectly cover the cutouts. For this purpose an overlap of minimum 5 cm is necessary.

4.2.9 Repair material for Target S150

4.2.9.1 Front frame, general

Article Art. No. Quantity *

Covering tape, self-adhesive, white ama017 25 m

Velcro tape for 1 target S150AA007 1m

Styrofoam plate for 1 front frame S150AA004 1 Set Silicone cartridge for plate fixation us1sip 1

Silicone pump us1spu 1

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4.2.9.2 Front frame, A-type target

Article Art. No. Quantity *

Opaque pigment light beige uf1dhb 1kg

Black pigment uf1dsw 1kg

Thinner ure1spv 1l

Top sheet for 1 A-type front frame amg003 1 Top sheet for A-type front frame amg005 25 m Aiming point black, small, dia. 40cm S150AA008 1 Aiming point black, large, dia. 60cm S150AA009 1 Front frame complete with skin

but without aiming point S150AD001 1 3

Front frame complete

with A-type aiming point S150A 1

4.2.9.3 Main frame

Article Art. No. Quantity *

Endless rubber band, height 80cm S150HA008 1

Rain roof S150HA006 1

Rain apron S150HA002 1

Ricochet rubber patches usx10qf 10

Special adhesive CA15G uk20ca15g 20 g 2

Acetone ure200act 200 ml

Main frame complete, without

measuring bar, without front frame S150H 1

* Remarks: Attention!

Top sheet adhesive (*1) must be stored at room temperature (minimum 10°C)!

Attention!

Special adhesive (*2) must be kept cool, best in refrigerator at approx. 4°C!

(*3) Target without aiming point, suitable for installation of an own aiming point

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Differences:

• Target height (S150 = 150 cm, S150JK = 100 or 87.5 cm) • The main frames are delivered already cut out and with

installed endless rubber band. See paragraphs 4.2.7 and 4.2.8 in this context.

4.4.2 Maintenance

Wear and service life of target skin, endless rubber band and front frame depend on the ammunition used and vary

accordingly.

For this reason you should check the targets regularly and especially often (visual examination, see chapter 4.2.3), if steel shell projectiles or special hunting ammunition (for ex. hollow point projectiles) are used. Necessary work should be carried out immediately.

Apart from the above, all maintenance work can be carried out as described in chapter 4.2. The necessary repair material is listed in paragraph 4.3.3.

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Target maintenance S150JK

4.3

4.3.3 Repair material for target S150JK

Front frame complete with skin, with wild boar 5, DJV, to the left

Article Art. No. Quantity

Covering tape 50mm, self-adhesive, white ama017 25m

Velcro tape for 1 target S150AA007 1m

Styrofoam plates for 1 front frame S150AA004 1 Set Silicone cartridge for plate fixation us1sip 1

Silicone pump us1spu 1

Top sheet for 1 front frame, white amg003 1 Top sheet, yarded goods, white amg005 25 m

Top sheet adhesive* uk1pvc 1kg

Opaque pigment light beige (front frame) uf1dhb 1kg

Thinner for opaque pigment ure1spv 1l

Aiming point, wild boar 5, DJV, to the left S150JVKA004 1 Front frame complete with skin, with wild

boar 5, DJV, to the left, hight 875 mm S150JVK12 1 Front frame complete with skin, with wild

boar 5, DJV, to the left, hight 1000mm S150JVK14 1

* Store top sheet adhesive at room temperature

(minimum 10°C)!

Main frame

Article Art. No. Quantity

Endless rubber band, height 70cm** S150HA008 1

Rain roof S150HA006 1

Rain apron S150HA002 1

Ricochet rubber patches usx10qf 10

Special adhesive CA15G*** uk20ca15g 20 g

Acetone ure200act 200 ml

Main frame complete, for 1000 mm front frame, cover at the front, without

measuring bar, without front frame S150JK31 1 Main frame complete, for 875 mm front

frame, cover at the front, without

measuring bar, without front frame S150JK32 1

** cut to 70 cm, if necessary !

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