TSECMSK101

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The TSEC MSK101 is a motion detector for high-security anti-intrusion systems. Objects detected are identified as "targets", an alarm can be associated with many targets.

HSYCO Configuration

Add the TSECMSK101 I/O Server in the I/O Servers section of the Settings and set its parameters:

Communication

  • IP Address: host name or IP address of the panel
  • IP Port: TCP/IP port assigned to the panel's web server

Authentication

  • Password: password to access the web server

Options

ID Default Values Description
startupevents false true generate IO events also during the driver’s start-up phase
false start generating events only after HSYCO is aligned with the current status of the system
pollinterval 1000 n >= 1000 the data acquisition interval, in milliseconds

Datapoints

ID Value R/W Description
connection online R connection established
offline R HSYCO can't connect to the sensor
elevation <value> R sensor current pitch. Negative angles mean the sensor is pointing downward
rotation <value> R sensor current rotation. Values around 0 mean the sensor is horizontal (volumetric) while values around 90 mean the sensor is vertical (barrier)
totaltargets n >= 0 R total targets detected by the sensor simultaneously
targets.<n>.distance <value> R distance in mm of target <n> from the sensor
targets.<n>.rcs <value> R measure of the size of detected target <n>
targets.<n>.id <value> R identifier of target <n>. The identifier may change if the target is lost
totalarms n >= 0 R total alarms triggered simultaneously
alarms.<n>.detection alarm R detection situation, alarm <n> has been triggered in the alarm area
pre-alarm R detection situation, alarm <n> has been triggered in the pre-alarm area
alarms.<n>.tampering moved R tampering situation with alarm <n>, the sensor has been moved
masked R tampering situation with alarm <n>, the sensor has been masked
alarms.<n>.fault voltage R fault situation with alarm <n>, input voltage out of range
firmware R fault situation with alarm <n>, firmware internal error
HW-RF R fault situation with alarm <n>, hardware RF head
HW-MEMS R fault situation with alarm <n>, hardware MEMS
mask R fault situation with alarm <n>, masking not ready
storage R fault situation with alarm <n>, corrupted storage
motion R fault situation with alarm <n>, motion detector not responding
alarms.<n>.totaltargets n >= 0 R total targets detected simultaneously, associated with alarm <n>
alarms.<n>.targets.<m>.distance <value> R distance in mm of target <m> (associated with alarm <n>) from the sensor
alarms.<n>.targets.<m>.rcs <value> R measure of the size of detected target <m> (associated with alarm <n>)
alarms.<n>.targets.<m>.id <value> R identifier of target <m> (associated with alarm <n>)