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Figure 2-1. Control unit installation data.
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Installation Instructions cont'd
TM 5-6350-262-14/5
NAVELEX 0967-466-9050
TO 31S9-4-38-1 Chg 3
Section II. SERVICE UPON RECEIPT OF MATERIAL
a.
Inspect the equipment for damage incurred during
2-3. Unpacking
shipment. If the equipment has been damaged, report the
damage on DD Form 6 (para 1-2).
There are no special instructions required for unpacking the
control unit from its shipping container. It is only necessary to
b. Check the equipment against the packing slip to see if the
observe the usual precautions and requirements associated
shipment is complete. Report all discrepancies in accordance
with the handling of precision electronic equipment.  The
with paragraph 1-2.
control unit emergency power battery is packaged separately.
It should be removed from its shipping container and fully
charged and tested prior to installation in the Control Unit.
c. Check to see whether the equipment has been modified.
Battery charging and testing instructions are given in chapter
(Equipment which has been modified will have the MWO
7. Batteries placed in storage must be periodically recharged
number on the front cover.) Check also to see whether all
as instructed in chapter 7.
currently applicable MWO's have been applied.  (Current
MWO's applicable to the equipment are listed in USASA PAM
310-6 or DA PAM 310-7 as applicable).
2-4. Checking Unpacked Equipment
Section III. INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
NOTE
The following installation procedure must be made with the assistance of direct support
(intermediate) or general support maintenance personnel.
Table 2-1 lists all tools and equipment required for installing
2-5. Tools, Test Equipment and Materials Required for
the control unit. No special installation tools or equipment are
Installation
required. For '/4-inch bolts, screws, or other type fasteners
(depending on mounting surface material) are required to
securely
attach
the
control
unit.
Table 2-1. Installation Tools and Test Equipment
Items
Purpose
Applicable
publication
Power Supply, calibrated 0 to 50 V dc
Testing and trouble-shooting.
(Not available)
output.
VOM,
TS352B,
6625-553-0142
or
Testing and trouble-shooting.
(Not available)
equivalent.
Tool Kit, TK 105G, 5180-610-8177 or
Contains hand tools commonly used in
(Not available)
equivalent.
electronic repair shops.
Stopwatch.
Testing and adjustment of entrance and exit
(Not available)
time delays.
with a 7/8-inch Greenlee chassis punch inserted in a starter
2-6. Installation Instructions
hole made with a small-diameter drill. Do not use a holesaw
as it produces a larger metal shavings than does a small drill.
a. Prior to installing the control unit, wiring and/or conduit
access holes must be cut in the enclosure surfaces so
CAUTION
marked. Access holes must be made within the area clearly
outlined on the enclosure surfaces to prevent unnecessary
Ensure that metal shavings do not fall
damage to internal structure and components. The number,
into the power supply; otherwise the
size, and location of access holes and the location of the
power  supply  may  be  damaged.
control unit on the wall should be supplied by system
installation planning personnel. Access holes should be made
Change 3
2-3

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