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We'll build it for you! We'll build it for you! To request a ticket for your technical support request, or to check on the status of your ticket. Reproduction in whole or in part without permission is prohibited. We'll build it for you! We'll build it for you! To request a ticket for your technical support request, or to check on the status of your ticket. CX-12 Plus Door Interface Relay has 8 programming modes with (3) adjustable time delays, each up to 30 seconds. There are (2) Dry and (2) Wet inputs, with (2) SPDT Form 'C' outputs. The release of CX-12 Plus Door Interface Relay makes CX-12 and CX-22 model relays obsolete. Please contact Camden customer service for assistance with any questions or concerns you may have. CX-12 Plus Door Interface Relay has 8 programming modes with (3) adjustable time delays, each up to 30 seconds. Please contact Camden customer service for assistance with any questions or concerns you may have. Reproduction in whole or in part without permission is prohibited. Page Count: 10 Installation Instructions. General Description. For latching (ratchet or alternate action) functions, weThe CX-12 is the latest generation multi-purposeIMPORTANT: Do not apply power to the unit untilInstallation. A new feature of this model is the ability to select oneIn the Momentary position, even a stuck switch inputThe CX-12 willThe inputs to the CX-12 may be either dry or wetMounting. The LED’s are visible through the wrap-aroundWiring. Wiring of this unit is dependent on the mode desired,Note: Do not wire Safety devices to the CX-12. If installed, wire your safety device directly to theAdditionally, we provide a direct connection from anCAUTION: Do not apply power to the unit until allSelect Relay 1 Maintained for an Access ControlWET 1 input, the lock will remain energized, while the. DRY 2 input allows a wall switch to open the door. AnBoth relay outputs are Form C and are rated at 3SEE DIAGRAM 02b. Select Relay 2 Maintained if you are connecting the.http://www.avalon-essenzen.at/userfiles/brother-personal-fax-275-manual.xml

CX-12 to a fire alarm panel, or to a presence sensor. In this mode the lock will fire momentarily but theIn a door sequencing. The unit will operate on 12 or 24 volts, AC or DC.Page 1 of 10. An interior switch may be connected to DRY 1Connect a dry contact such as a wall switch to DRY1Refer to Diagram 02a. Most modern door operators have built-in timeIn this case adjust the. CX-12 to send just a momentary pulse (1 or 2Connect the Wet (powered) output of the Fire panel. Observe the door and adjust timers until desiredSuitable for connection to a Fire Alarm Panel, thisA device with a dry output such as a Presence. Bi-Directional Sequencing MODE. The above dipswitch setting is also used forIn each case the interphone input (WET 1) willIf a courtesy switch isTurn on power and activate the Interior input (switch). Observe LED1, which should light immediately. TheAnother application using this mode is doorConnect Door 1The delay between the two doors is adjusted via the. DOO RL2 potentiometer. For bi-directionalThe delay between the two doors is adjusted via the. Refer also to Diagram 02b.The exterior activating switch is wired to DRY 2Refer to Diagram 04.The length of hold time is adjusted by the pot marked. The ideal time delay between the two doors is bestIt should be set so that aTest in bothIf an emergency (or anti-entrapment) switch isUsually the exteriorOnce the desired operation is achieved, proceed to. Section 4, for System Inspection Instructions. Page 2 of 10Mississauga, ON Canada L4W 2T7Toll Free: 1.877.226.3369. Revised: 13 January 2010. Part No.: 40-82B103. System Inspection Instructions. Technical Data. After the Installation and operational check of theModelMounting. Velcro or double-sided tape. Enclosure. Protective paper sleeve. Operating voltage. Current DrawResponse timeInputsRelay OutputRelay contact rating. Time Delays. Electrical LifeA156.10 or A156.19 guidelines). This willWarranty.http://www.popnmusic.fr/userfiles/brother-personal-fax-190-user-manual.xml

Camden Door Controls guarantees the CX-12 to be free from manufacturing defects for 3 years from date of sale. IfExcept as stated herein, Camden extends no warranties expressed orQuestions? Call us toll-free at 1-877-226-3369. Page 3 of 10Mississauga, ON Canada L4W 2T7Toll Free: 1.877.226.3369. Radio. ReceiverRadioReceiverDry InputSwitch. Door Operator. Electric StrikeWire MOVMississauga, OntarioDRAWING No: DRG-CX-12-01Panel. Shown withPresence. SensorDoor Operator. Electric StrikeWire MOVMississauga, OntarioDRAWING No: DRG-CX12-02aSwitchLock RelaySwitchCAccess ControlTime Clock. Sends aDoor Operator. Electric StrikeWire MOVMississauga, OntarioDRAWING No: DRG-CX12-02bVestibule mounted. Convenience SwitchLock relay energized). Switch opens doorUnlocks andApartment. Interphone. PanelUnlocks door only. Electric StrikeWire MOVMississauga, OntarioDRAWING No: DRG-CX12-03aOptional. Vestibule mounted. Electric Strike. Vestibule. KeyswitchWire MOVMississauga, OntarioDRAWING No: DRG-CX12-03bSwitchOperator. WetOperator. Push. Switch. Camden Door ControlsMississauga, OntarioDRAWING No: DRG-CX-12-04File Type Extension: pdf. PDF Version: 1.6. Linearized: Yes. Author: Jack Lewis. Create Date: 2010:01:14 18:53:18-05:00. Modify Date: 2010:01:18 09:52:25-05:00. Tagged PDF: No. Metadata Date: 2010:01:18 09:52:25-05:00. Creator Tool: Adobe Acrobat 8.1 Combine Files. Creator: Jack Lewis. Document ID: uuid:40c212de-f1b4-407f-a3d4-ffe021147216. Instance ID: uuid:65de2a7e-fc15-4ee7-bec2-0e0aa6cd2c78. Producer: Adobe Acrobat 8.1. Page Count: 10. The CX-12 is ideal for automatic door applications with momentary or maintained inputs, with an input for connection to telephone entry systems and fire alarm systems. Features: Bi-directional sequencing Mode 3 adjustable delays, up to 30 seconds max. Applications: Ideal for automatic door applications with momentary or maintained inputs, with an input for connection to telephone entry systems and fire alarm systems.

The CX-12 Performs two functions: Switching Network energize electric locks (including magnetic locks or electric strikes) and activate automatic door operator with adjustable time delays. Extend trigger to maintain signal to door operators in EVAC door applications. Simplify wiring in telephone entry applications by eliminating the need for an isolating relay (to switch) Bi-Directional Door Sequencer Sequence two automatic doors in both directions. A typical application is controlling two vestibule doors, with sequential (time delayed) opening upn activation of both an exterior and interior door control switch. Orders received during non-business days are processed on the next business day. We are also not able to ship to Post Office Box addresses.For products that will be shipped via LTL, you will be provided with a set of Accessorials to select from to provide Anixter with additional shipping considerations, such as residential delivery, inside delivery, liftgate or limited access. An elevator must be available to provide service to floors above or below the trailer. The 'Universal' Make sure the clearance hole in the spacer aligns with the hole in mounting bracket. 2. Install mounting brackets to jamb using M5x12 screws and pressed metal nuts. Loosen the screw as per the product diagram below. You must have JavaScript enabled in your browser to utilize the functionality of this website. Learn more here. Relay 1 has an adjustable delay-on-release of 0-30 seconds. Relay 2 has aThe CX-12 has been designed for high reliability and ease of use. Adjustments are made via simple yet effective potentiometers. Red LED’s confirm the relay status. A customer support representative will contact you shortly. Complete this simple form. Also used as a secondary activation module (SAM) for low energy doors.Be the first to review this product!All Rights Reserved. Sitemap. There is 1 item in your cart. Ask us about it. We have it!

If you don't see what you are looking for just ask us about it. Be the first to ask here. The CX-11 Ultra can also be used to sequence two vestibule doors.Donec solutpat velit quam pretium vestibulum. Integer accumsan. All Rights Reserved.Please click Accept Cookies to continue to use the site. Used View more Read our expert review to find out why it’s well worth 18 Feb 2020 Popular Makes Mercedes-Benz cars in Camden Vauxhall cars in Camden BMW cars in Camden Volkswagen cars in Camden Toyota cars in Camden Volvo cars in Camden Ford cars in Camden Audi cars in Camden SEAT cars in Camden Land Rover cars in Camden Popular Models Mazda Mazda6 cars in Camden Mazda Mazda3 cars in Camden You will need to enable JavaScript to run this app. Version: 1.2 (03 March 2011). Dual licensed under MIT and GNU GPLv2 Nicolas GallagherWe use necessary cookies to make our site work. We’d also like to set optional analytics to help us improve it. We won’t set optional cookies unless you enable them. Using this tool will set a cookie on your device to remember your preferences. The AFNCCF provides this wiki platform for external teams who are responsible for the content, including cookies, that are added to their individual manuals. Guidance for teams on how to embed correctly has been added to the user guide. For more detailed information about the cookies we use, see our Cookies page.Necessary cookies enable core functionality such as security, network management, and accessibility. You may disable these by changing your browser settings, but this may affect how the website functions.We’d like to set non-essential cookies, such as Google Analytics, to help us to improve our website by collecting and reporting information on how you use it. The cookies collect information in a way that does not directly identify anyone. For more information on how these cookies work, please see our Cookies page. If you are 16 or under, please ask a parent or carer for consent before accepting.

List five things that you enjoy about your work with young people and their families. Rate each item on a scale of 1-10 as to how much you enjoy this aspect of the job. (10 is a lot; 1 is only a bit) Try to do at least one APrAT every three months with the team. Using an APrAT questionnaire to help you plan the local training sessions that your team might benefit from.This page indicates some initial work on this idea. Our proposal is that an AMBIT team could be identified as having five core competencies of its work. These are:-. The team's ability to:-. We have tried to think about how a team competency can be demonstrated. For each of the five competencies, we have included a list of possible alternative ways in which this aspect of team practice could be shown. Teams are not expected to do all of these but if they are doing none of them, then perhaps a part of the AMBIT model is not being used. This may be appropriate but it would seem useful if it is explicit and choosen rather than happening by default. However, we are nervous about appearing to reduce a competency to a single practice. This would be unhelpful but, at the same time, if there is no explicit way by which a competency could be observed to be taking place, there is a possibility that the competency itself may be marginal to mainstream team work. As ever, the AMBIT approach is to try to balance top down definitions with appropriate local adaptations. An ability for the team to support each other in drawing on knowledge that the intervention aims at increasing the young person’s capacity to mentalize. An ability for the team to support each other in adopting the mentalizing stance in working with young people. An ability for the team to support each other in using the mentalizing loop in working with young people and their carers.

An ability for the team to support each other in recognising that the mentalizing capacity of colleagues within a team (including oneself) is likely to fluctuate in response to anxiety, stress and other expected aspects of work with hard to reach young people. An ability for the team to support each other in being able to challenge colleagues where evidence of a non-mentalizing approach to the work is present, and to support them to regain their own mentalized explanations for the behaviours that they are working with.An ability for the team to support each other in making sense of the behaviour of staff from other agencies in terms of understandable mental states and intentions of agents in that organisation. An ability for the team to support each other in adopting a position of respect towards staff from other agencies and to demonstrate this by positive curiosity about their work with the young person. An ability for the team to support each other to identify all key participants from the youth’s professional network who have an investment in the youth’s outcomes, including family members where appropriate and other formal and informal key stakeholders. An ability for the team to support each other in facilitating collaboration between professionals at all levels of the service system that takes into account professional beliefs about the nature of the young person’s difficulties, what may be helpful in addressing these problems, and beliefs about role responsibilities in a multi-agency system. An ability for the team to support each other to make use of the team wiki manual in order to ensure that clinical decision making is consistent with evidence based practice and the AMBIT model as applied to the specific local team.

An ability for the team to support each other to engage in team discussion about important areas of practice with young people in order to develop a shared approach to a particular difficulty or situation that commonly arises with this client group. An ability to contribute into achieving a consensus approach to common clinical dilemmas based on team reflection and discussion and to manualize practice guidance from this. An ability for the team to support each other to recognise the importance of remaining curious as to whether a particular method of work with a young person is be experienced as helpful to them. An ability to support and contribute to the development of systematic methods within a team to evaluating whether young people are experiencing the service as beneficial to their problems. An ability to focus on continued evaluation of outcome from multiple perspectives, ensuring that both the young person and the AMBIT worker communicate their respective viewpoints and consider the viewpoint of the other. An ability of the team to support each other to complete an AIM assessment with a young person or with a member of the network who knows the young person well or a family member as part of an initial assessment of the young person’s needs. For information on the current AMBIT team see:Adaptive Mentalization-Based Integrative Treatment (AMBIT) is one of a number of emerging adaptations of MBT. The AMBIT approach provides tools for putting mentalization to use in work with clients, team colleagues and wider inter-agency networks, and is designed to support the development of both local excellence and evidence-based practice. It is as much a framework for local improvement and learning as it is a unitary and fixed method of therapy. AMBIT stresses the need for local adaptation, and the sharing of emerging evidence and best practice, using its award-winning wiki-based approach to treatment manualization - AMBIT Manual.

In order to assist with the process of establishing whether the AMBIT Programme can be of help to a team or service, we follow up initial enquiries by scheduling an engagement call. This is a 30 minute telephone conference call between you (it can be more than one person as relevant) and either the AMBIT Programme Lead or Deputy Lead. An AMBIT consultation is offered as standard to all teams enquiring about undertaking AMBIT training, after the initial engagement call. The broad purpose of the consultation day is to reach a shared understanding with a team (or organisation) about whether embarking on AMBIT training will be useful to them and if so, what the training objectives might be. The meetings can involve senior managers, clinicians and all staff due to attend a training. The day will be facilitated by two trainers from the AMBIT Programme, one of whom will be the AMBIT Programme Lead or Deputy Lead.There are various types of AMBIT training. These are:Team members who have attended the Train the Trainer course receive six hours of supervision from a Lead AMBIT trainer to support the implementation of their local AMBIT training plan. The supervision can be split as the team sees most helpful i.e. 6 x one-hour conference calls, 12 x 30-minute calls, 2 x 3-hour face-to-face meetings at the CentreThese are usually 60 minute sessions, either face-to-face at the Anna Freud Centre or by telephone, set at a mutually agreed frequency and duration.In order to assist with the process of establishing whether the AMBIT Programme can be of help to a team or service, we follow up initial enquiries by scheduling an engagement call. This is a 30 minute telephone conference call between you (it can be more than one person as relevant) and either the AMBIT Programme Lead or Deputy Lead.An AMBIT consultation is offered as standard to all teams enquiring about undertaking AMBIT training, after the initial engagement call.

The day will be facilitated by two trainers from the AMBIT Programme, one of whom will be the AMBIT Programme Lead or Deputy Lead. After the Consultation day the AMBIT programme will send a consultation report, summarising the key themes arising from the day, training objectives and makeIt is important to the. AMBIT programme that training is useful for teams and as such, there is no obligation toIn pursuit of these locally-defined service goals, AMBIT training is designed to:There is no rigidly fixed method of being trained in the AMBIT approach, but note the following:We then had a participant-created schedule for the morning, with sessions relating to each quadrant to run concurrently in separate rooms. The schedule was displayed on a board so that participants could choose their own timetable for the morning. Notes made by facilitators in each unconference conversation are available here, arranged by quadrant. We also offered three short, pre-planned talks with a view to sharing practice, sparking conversation and seeking feedback and collaboration:Click on where you want to go (or scroll down for more content.)Early feedback about this from practitioners at the 2016 AMBIT conference was positive - as a way of shaping workers' understanding of their work from the client's point of view. Whether sharing it with clients (as a form of PsychoEducation aid) adds any value is undetermined as yet. They were created by combining the ambit wheel and the APrAT questions. Colleagues can have these up in their offices as a quick reference for checking an AMBIT view about a case. You can download these by clicking the pop out button on the top right hand corner, which will direct you to google docs where you can download them from. A page for documenting how AMBIT has (or intends to) interact(ed) with ''other models of practice''. To include refs to ideas of Integration, Dis-integration, Working alongside, Co-construction and Co-production.

Each of these card sets is described below. Each area of the AMBIT stance is printed on individual cards which are dealt out to team members. Each team member is responsible for holding that particular area of the stance in mind during the discussions.These cards were based on cards developed by the AMASS team in Islington, an edge of care team for adolescents, for use in their weekly group supervision. The cards contain a number of different categories of task that a worker might want help with.The worker can select the relevant professionals from the pack of cards, assign each of these cards to a member of the team and ask each team member to mentalize that worker's perspective in the discussion that follows.Each area of the AMBIT stance is printed on individual cards which are dealt out to team members. Each team member is responsible for holding that particular area of the stance in mind during the discussions.The cards contain a number of different categories of task that a worker might want help with.The worker can select the relevant professionals from the pack of cards, assign each of these cards to a member of the team and ask each team member to mentalize that worker's perspective in the discussion that follows. Additionally the cards may be used within a group discussion or individual supervision to “sculpt” a network in order to make sense of the client’s system of help, visually map out dis-integration and consider the the differing perspectives.Alternatively, you can contact the AFNCCF details of which can be found on our website Stance bingo is an alternative that has been suggested.However, with the growth and increased reach of the model there is a clear need to formally and rigorously evaluate the effectiveness of an AMBIT influenced approach. To date, there have been some smaller scale evaluations of AMBIT influenced services and evaluations currently underway e.g. CASUS. Given the need to evaluate we are eager to investigate questions including.

What are the things that mediate or moderate outcomes? There are a number of challenges in evaluating outcomes across AMBIT influenced teams. In particular, the nature of ambit itself- as an adaptive approach aimed to be applied in different ways across different contexts and with different client groups. These are ways of breaking down the (i) resources needed, (ii) the activities that go on and (iii) the outcomes expected.There is currently a pilot evaluation project already underway with 5 AMBIT influenced teams who are trialling the use of the AIM as a pre and post outcome measure with their clients. There is also a shared spread sheet available for those teams not using POD. These teams have taken part in a training day around evaluation, aiming to stimulate thinking about outcomes, the potential purpose and use of outcomes in their team, as well as training in the AIM. These will include building a shared data set and evaluation of the AMBIT influenced approach using the AIM as a first measureWe will use some of the AMBIT structures and theory to support collaboration and learning within the group meetingsFeedback and endAMBIT-R stands for ''AMBIT-RESIDENTIAL'', a specific adaptation of the AMBIT training ''designed with and for workers in the Children's Residential Care sector, in and around the Great Manchester area''. This adaptation was made possible by funding from ''Health Education England (HEE)'' and by our partners in ''Manchester City Council'', especially those members of staff in Children's Residential Care settings across the City who took part in the original three waves of training, that led to the development of this curriculum. The core theory and practices of AMBIT are the same in AMBIT-R, but the training programme has been adapted to suit the needs and preferences of the workers in this field.

In planning the training with commissioners, team managers and team members always ask the question: '''WHY ARE WE BEING ASKED TO DELIVER TRAINING HERE?'''. There are smart ways to approach rotas in order to facilitate this whole team attendance, but it is important to stress this. This is a non-exhaustive list of materials required for a training. Repeat with next video!The better you know these notes beforehand, the less you will need to refer to them during the training, but we think it would be helpful to have access to them during a training. The point of these notes is to ensure that any AMBIT-R training is basically the same as the others. If that were not the case then how would we know if one AMBIT-R training was the same as the next, and whether this work is actually making any difference?!So in a practical way it is about “keeping our sense of direction”, especially in the middle of the storms that will always be likely to occur at times in this work.We want them to do two things. What is the point of all our labouring?AMBIT suggests that it it is ''just as important'' to create strong (accurately-mentalized) relationships with your TEAM-MATES as it is to do the same with your clients.Use chairs, etc. Keep an eye on safety!)Requires Voice-synthesizer toys!How easy is it to trust the person who is trying to help you. What helps you to trust their advice?Either watch the video together, or just discuss.Watch this video by Peter Fuggle:Either this one (Laura and Charlie):In these situations how much harder must it be for our helpful colleague to be helpful, or even to know what they should be listening out for? This alone will help the would-be-helper to be more helpful.Watch the video:It is an ideal, rather than a mechanical recipe:Watch the video on Complexity and Dis-integration:Watch the video:Watch the video:Play is the primary way in which children learnTraining that results in no change of behaviour is probably a waste of everyone's time!

Where are we, now and where do we need to get to?It is often helpful to ''do something'' with the group, and ''then explain what it was you did, and why, using AMBIT terms'', so as to bring these things to life.)Nearly every team has some kind of meeting that allows time for them to discuss the work.Do keep in mind the fact that ''this is TRAINING'', so you are mainly focused on ''practising the new TECHNIQUES'', rather than getting too deeply involved in trying to solve the details of day to day work. This is much harder than it sounds. IF we find we suddenly solve the real problem out there, that is great. Remember, too, that many of our cases are extremely difficult, and there is no magic that will change that. Often when teams practice a new technique, it is tempting for them to throw the most insoluble problem at it to 'see if it is any good' - but insoluble problems are generally insoluble. Try to concentrate on learning and making sense of the steps, and thinking about whether a STRUCTURE like this would be helpful if we practised it.However you recorded the discussion above, have another team discussion now to try to reach agreement about ''what happens going forwards after this training?'':A worked example of the ARHQ:Create and build up resources that could help to prompt, remind, and support the team to make changes. Everyone behaves! Students? Other professionals from the wider network. Workers from other residential settings? You can use MORE than the tools you selected in the trolley dash earlier. Rather than writing - create a beautiful, funny, inspiring, etc, creative poster for the office wall.How could you do (even) better in the next training that you deliver?This is not yet in action, but is in active development.Teams become AMBIT-accredited via a voluntary assessment of a team's competence in AMBIT knowledge and skills, conducted at least a year after training.

AMBIT Accreditation covers:The accreditation programme for AMBIT Training exists to accredit organisations - and individuals within that organisation - to deliver training in AMBIT.The organisation must. This is to ensure that all Accredited AMBIT Trainers are actively working in, and developing their training within, an AMBIT-influenced service.Applying organisations should meet these basic criteria:This training will be co-delivered by the Anna Freud Centre and the prospective Accredited Trainers. In this way, prospective Accredited Trainers are simultaneously trained and assessed.Prospective Accredited Trainers effectively receive Train the Trainer training free of charge. Prospective Accredited Trainers’ expenses may be charged to the local organisation being trained.Re-accreditation involves:Accredited Training Centres pay a yearly fee for accreditation of their trainers. This is to cover. Accredited Training Sites pay a percentage of fees charged for all training events to the AMBIT project at the AFC. This money contributes to. As part of the agreement; Accredited AMBIT Training Centres must collect training feedback from their trainees and submit this on the web-based POD outcomes system to enable evaluation of training by the AMBIT Project. Accredited AMBIT Training Centres will ask the teams they train to chose outcome measures for their training from a menu of measures provided on the POD (or other measures of their choosing) and collect pre- and post-training outcomes. You will be listed as an Accredited Training Centre on the AMBIT web pages.On achieving AMBIT-accredited Training Centre Status, and in accordance with the conditions described above, a new and adapted license to use the AMBIT materials would be issued to allow the above.