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Figure 1-2. J-SIIDS block diagram - TM-5-6350-262-14-70006
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Section III. INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS cont'd
TM 5-6350-262-14/7/NAVELEX 0967 466-9070/TO 31S9-4-28-1
CHAPTER 2
SERVICE UPON RECEIPT AND INSTALLATION
Section I. SITE AND SHELTER REQUIREMENTS
(1)  The alarm switch should be mounted on a stable,
2-1. Siting.
solid surface.
a. The site of alarm switch installation is dictated by
(2)  The mounting site should he a concealed location
the room or area selected for protection.  (Refer to
so the alarm switch can be conveniently and secretly
paragraph 1-9.) External power, is not required at the
actuated by either hand or foot and .yet not allow accidental
installation site for alarm switch operation; however,
actuation of the alarm lever.
some installation methods ma.
require power for
2-2. Shelter Requirements.
operating power tools; e.g., power for operating a drill
The external dimensions required for the installed alarm
motor if the alarm switch is to be secure to a metal or
switch are stated in paragraph 1-12.  Additional space is
concrete structure. The' site should allow for convenient
required around the periphery of the unit for installation,
routing of interconnecting wiring through rigid conduit to
covet removal. and maintenance.
the Alarm Set Control Unit C-9412 ( )/FSS-9(V).
b. Factors which must be considered in locating the
alarm switch at the site to assure it performs its design
function to the maximum practical extent are as follows:
Section II. SERVICE UPON RECEIPT OF MATERIEL
b. Check the equipment against the packing slip to see
2-3. Unpacking
if the shipment is complete.  Report all discrepancies in
There are no special instructions for unpacking the alarm
accordance with paragraph 1-2. The equipment should be
switch from its shipping container.  The alarm switch
placed in service even though a minor assembly or0 part that
contains a glass-encased, reed-switch relay.  Observe
does not affect propel' functioning is missing.
the usual precautions and requirements associated with
c.  Check to see whether the equipment has been
handling precision electronic equipment.
modified. (Equipment which has been modified will have the
2-4. Checking Unpacked Equipment
MWO number on the top cover.) Check also to see whether
a. Inspect the equipment for damage incurred
all currently applicable MWO's have been applied. (Current
during shipment. If the equipment has been damaged,
MWO's applicable to the equipment are listed in USASA
report the damage on DD Form 6 (para. 1-21
PAM 31-6 or- DA PAM 310-7 as applicable.)
Section III. INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
NOTE
2-6. Installation Instructions
a.  Figure 2-1 shows external dimensions of pertinent
The  following  installation  procedure
must be made with the assistance of
equipment, mounting hole spacing, and interconnecting
direct support and general support
wiring access for installation planning purposes.  It also
maintenance personnel.
identifies and locates each terminal used in J-SIIDS
interconnection.
2-5. Tools, Test Equipment, and Materials Required
Table 2-1. Installation Tools and Test Equipment
for Installation
Table 2-1 lists all tools and equipment required for
Items
Purposes
Applicable publication
installing the alarm switch. No special installation tools
Power Supply
Testing and
(Not Available)
or equipment are required. Two 5/16inch bolts, screws,
(official nomenclature
troubleshooting
or other type fasteners (depending on mounting surface
unassigned)
material) are required to securely attach the alarm
switch.
2-1

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