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Figure 2-2. Processor connection methods.
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Table 2-1 Tools, Test Equipment and Material Required for Installation.
Section II. SERVICE UPON RECEIPT OF MATERIAL
2-3. Unpacking
during shipment. If the equipment has been dam-
aged, report the damage on DD Form 6 (Report of
a. Packing Data. When packed for shipment, the
Packaging and Handling Deficiencies).
processor and receiver (with angle bracket) are
b. See that the equipment is complete as stencilled
placed in a two separate corrugated carton with a
on the carton. Report all discrepancies in accordance
minimum of 2 inches of foam padding on all sides.
with TM 38-750.
The carton measurements in inches, volume in cubic
c. If the equipment has been used or reconditioned,
feet and weight in pounds are as follows:
Dimension (inch)
Volume
Weight
see whether it has been changed by a modification
(feet)
(pounds)
W
D
H
141/4 133/4 53/4 0.652 71/2
work order (MWO). If the equipment has been
Processor
101/4 93/4 53/4 0.333 4
modified, the MWO number will appear adjacent to
Receiver
the nomenclature plate. If modified, see that any
b. Removing Contents.
operational instruction changes resulting from the
(1) Remove the staples securing the corrugated
modification have been entered in the equipment
carton flaps.
manual.
(2) Remove the foam padding and lift out the
equipment.
NOTE
2-4. Checking Unpacked Equipment
Current  applicable to the equipment are listed in
USASA PAM 310-6 or DAPAM 310-7.
a. Inspect the equipment for damage incurred
Section Ill. INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
2-5. General
moved from location to location and the prescribed
tests are performed at each location. The second test
Prior to permanently securing the receivers in
setup requires a temporary signal wire run to each
place and interconnecting all receivers to the
location and a check of the combined configuration of
processor, a test of each selected receiver location
all locations.
must be performed to insure adequate detection of
b. Individual Location Test. Each receiver location
forced penetration.
is to be evaluated independently as to its adequacy of
2-6. Tools, Test Equipment, and Material
detection. The simulated forced penetration test
Required for Installation
requires temporary mounting of the receiver in its
The tools, test equipment and material listed in
intended location, interconnections between the
Table 2-1 is required to perform the testing and
processor and the receiver, an audible sounder to
installation.
signal actuation of the alarm circuit, a multimeter
for evaluating the sensitivity levels and the applica-
2-7. Test Setup
tion of power. To facilitate the forced penetration test
a. General The  test  setup  recommended  for
of each receiver location, fabricate test cables and
evaluating the selected receiver locations entails two
temporarily interconnect the equipment in the test
separate configurations. The initial test setup is
setup as shown in figure 2-3.
2-3

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