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TM-9-1375-213-12-3 Firing Decive Demolition.M122 (NSN 1375-01-021-0606) (EIC: 2NA) Manual
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Section II. PRECAUTIONS, CARE, AND HANDLING
TM 9-1375-213 -12-3
TO 11A20-15-1
CHAPTER 1
INTRODUCTION
Section 1. GENERAL
returned to the developing agency. Forward the
1-1.
SCOPE
items to Commander, US Army Armament,
Munitions and Chemical Command, ATTN:
This publication, prepared for use by test per-
AMSMC-MAE-T, Rock Island, IL 61299-6000.
sonnel and interested Army elements, provides
Remove batteries from the receiver and trans-
operator and maintenance instructions cover-
mitter before packing. The units should be well-
ing demolition firing device M122. The firing
cushioned by crumpled newspapers,  poly-
device M122 is used to detonate explosives from
urethane foam, or whatever materials can be
a remote location. The demolition firing device
obtained.
M122 consists of a separate transmitter and
receiver. The transmitter transmits a coded
For
(2) Reporting of malfunctions.
radio signal to activate a specific receiver. The
purposes,  malfunctions do not
reporting
receiver, placed in the vicinity of the explosive,
include accidents and fires resulting from negli-
i
initiates the explosive upon receipt of the prop-
gence, malpractice and the like. However, mal-
erly coded radio signal.
functions do include abnormal or premature
functions if they occur in the course of normal
FORMS, RECORDS, AND
1-2.
handling, maintenance, storage, transportation
REPORTS
and tactical deployment.
a. General. Commanding Officers of units
receivining demolition firing devices are
responsible for preparation of records and
reports. For reporting purposes, demolition fir-
ing devices are identified by seria numbers and
standard nomenclature as described on its
name plate.
c. Malfunction Reports.
(1) Malfunction of firing device M122.
A malfunction is a failure of a demolition firing
device M122 to function in accordance with its
intended purpose. During initial deployment, it
is requested that defective components be
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