ALS6A606 HOISTMAN DISPLAY PANEL
DEPTH - SPEED - TENSION
DATA ACQUISITION – WATERPROOF
ATEX ZONE 2/ CLASS I DIVISION 2
Operations and Maintenance Manual
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
1.0 GENERAL DESCRIPTION
2.0 SAFETY & CERTIFICATES
3.0 OPERATING PROCEDURES
4.0 DESCRIPTION OF FEATURES
5.0 MENU SELECTIONS
6.0 INSTALLATION PROCEDURES
7.0 SPECIFICATIONS
8.0 PARTS LISTS AND DIAGRAMS
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1.0 GENERAL DESCRIPTION
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1.0 GENERAL DESCRIPTION continued
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1.0 GENERAL DESCRIPTION continued
This apparatus is suitable for use in: Class I, Division 2, Groups A THRU D, Temp
code T6, Rated operational temperature: -20C < TA < 40C.
This is a type IP54 Enclosure.
The BenchMark Wireline Compact Hoistman’s Display Panel is designed to be an
independent depth, tension and line speed measurement display panel. The panel
is designed to be mounted inside or outside of a wireline unit and connect to a
measuring head. It will work with all the BenchMark AM5K, AM3K and Slickline
measuring heads. The panel can be used as a secondary (backup) display for
these devices.
Depth input comes from either an optical encoder or a BenchMark backup sensor.
Tension input comes from either an electronic load pin or a pressure transducer
connected to a hydraulic gauge.
The panel provides encoder and tension outputs. It also provides an output to
connect to an 0-1ma electrical tension meter.
The unit is powered by six internal rechargeable batteries. It can be connected to
an external AC or DC power source to keep the batteries charged. The batteries
are trickle charged when external power is connected to the unit. The batteries are
fully charged after 3 hours. The batteries will discharge if the unit is left unpowered.
WARNING – DO NOT USE PRIMARY CELLS
1. Primary coin cell battery
Panasonic CR1632
One cell rated 3V, LiMnO2
Capacity 140mAh
2. Battery Pack (6 Rechargeable batteries)
Energizer NH15
6 batteries with 1.2V, NiMH
Capacity each battery 2300mAh
The panel has a built-in data recorder that stores depth and line speed data in ascii
text format. The panel also has a built-in internal clock that runs continuously
whether powered up or not. This clock is used to provide a time and date stamp for
every data record.
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A USB port is provided as a means to upgrade the internal software and to retrieve
data stored internally.
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2.0 SAFETY & CERTIFICATES
SAFETY WARNINGS
This apparatus is suitable for use in ATEX Zone 2 Locations.
This apparatus is suitable for use in Class I, Division 2, Groups A, B, C, & D
Hazardous (Classified) or Unclassified Locations.
WARNING – DO NOT OPEN WHEN ENERGIZED.
WARNING – DO NOT SEPARATE CONNECTIONS WHEN ENERGIZED.
WARNING – EXPLOSION HAZARD – SUBSTITUTION OF COMPONENTS MAY
IMPAIR SUITABILITY FOR ATEX Zone 2 LOCATIONS.
AVERTISSEMENT – RISQUE D’EXPLOSION – LA SUBSTITUTION DE
COMPOSANT PEUT RENDRE CE MATERIEL INACCEPTABLE POUR LES
ATEX Zone 2 LOCALES.
WARNING - EXPLOSION HAZARD – SUBSTITUTION OF COMPONENTS MAY
IMPAIR SUITABILITY FOR CLASS I, DIVISION 2;
AVERTISSEMENT - RISQUE D'EXPLOSION – LA SUBSTITUTION DE
COMPOSANTS PEUT RENDRE CE MATERIEL INACCEPTABLE POUR LES
EMPLACEMENTS DE CLASSE I, DIVISION 2
WARNING – EXPLOSION HAZARD – DO NOT DISCONNECT EQUIPMENT
UNLESS POWER HAS BEEN SWITCHED OFF OR THE AREA IS KNOW TO BE
NON-HAZAROUS;
AVERTISSEMENT – RISQUE D’EXPLOSION – AVANT DE DECONNECTER
L’EQUIPMENT, COUPER LE COURANT OU S’ASSURER QUE
L’EMPLACEMENT EST DESIGNE NON DANGEREUX.
WARNING – EXPLOSION HAZARD – BATTERIES MUST ONLY BE CHANGED
IN AN AREA KNOWN TO BE NON-HAZARDOUS;
AVERTISSEMENT – RISQUE D’EXPLOSION – AFIN D’EVITER TOUT RISQUE
D’EXPLOSION, S’ASSURER QUE L’EMPLACEMENT EST DISIGNE NON
DANGEREUX AVANT DE CHANGER LA BATTERIE.
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WARNING – EXPOSURE TO SOME CHEMICALS MAY DEGRADE THE
SEALING PROPERTIES FO THE MATERIALS USED IN THE FOLLOWING
DEVICES: P8-9000062.
AVERTISSEMENT - L'EXPOSITION A CERTAINS PRODUITS CHIMIQUES
PEUVENT DEGRADER LES PROPRIETES D'ÉTANCHÉITÉ DES MATÉRIAUX
UTILISÉS DANS LES DISPOSITIFS SUIVANTS : P8-9000062.
WARNING - PROTECTION MAY BE IMPAIRED IF THIS DEVICE IS USED IN AN
APPLICATION OR MANNER NOT SPECIFIED IN THE MANUAL
2.2 CERTIFICATES
2.2.1 ATEX STANDARDS & REQUIREMENTS
PRODUCT CERTIFICATION & CODING
EN 60079-0: 2012, 6th Edition
EN 60079-15: 2010, 4th Edition
ITS14ATEX47947X
CEo359 Ex II 3 G
Ex nA nC IIC T6 Gc
-20C<= Tamb <= +40C, IP54
Intertek ITS14ATEX47947X
INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
Warnings:
Must be installed per manufacturer’s instructions and National Installation
Regulations (i.e. EN 60079-15:2010 and EN 60079-17)
o The apparatus is ATEX CAT3, only to be installed in Hazardous Area
Zones 2.
o The installer is to ensure that the equipment is located in areas that
are known not to have an adverse effect on the housing material.
o Do not modify the enclosure as this will compromise the apparatus
certificate.
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Hazardous Area Installation Standards & Requirements:
The installer should refer to the latest edition of the following standards
before operating in a Hazardous Area:
Conforms to:
ANSI/UL 61010-1-2012
ANSI/UL 50-2012
ANSI/UL 50E-2012
ANSI/ISA 12.12.01-2012
Certified to:
CAN/CSA C22.2 No. 61010-1-12
CAN/CSA C22.2 No. 94.1-12
CAN/CSA C22.2 No. 94.2-12
CAN/CSA C22.2 No. 213-M1987 (R2013)
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ATEX and North American Listing Certification Label Details and
Information
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2.2.2 CLASS 1 DIVISION 2 CERTIFICATE
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2.2.3 ATEX ZONE 2 CERTIFICATE
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3.0 OPERATING PROCEDURES
3.1 Turn the unit on by pressing the power button.
3.2 The ALS6A606 has 2 modes of operation. When the panel is turned on the
board is initialized, the flash card is started and read, and the USB connections are
initiated. In this mode, the data files can be transferred or deleted using the USB
interface. The time can be reset by editing howtoset.txt and saving it as
timedate.txt. The board can be reprogrammed by copying the new hex file to the
flash disk and renaming it 'programe.hex'. When the '+' button is pushed the
controller looks for either of these two files and if found resets the time or
reprograms the board. The controller then deletes these files and enters the
logging mode. Select the appropriate settings from the menu (see section 4.0)
The logging mode lets you select head type, line size, encoder PPR, etc. There is
also a head 'OTHER' that lets you enter mV/V tension sensitivity, full scale tension,
and wheel circumference.
3.3 Set the depth to the proper value by using the menu +/- button or to 0 by
pressing the zero switch.
3.4 The system is now ready to measure depth and/or tension.
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4.0 DESCRIPTION OF FEATURES
4.1 POWER BUTTON
Use this button to turn on the panel. The panel can be turned off by selecting
shutdown in the menu or by pushing menu, +, and - button simultaneously.
4.2 MENU SWITCH
This button is used to change the internal settings of the panel. These settings
include Measuring Head type, Line Size settings, Load Cell Angles, English/Metric
units, Depth adjust (auto add/subtract), etc. Refer to section 4 for detailed
description of these features.
4.3 + BUTTON
Use this button in the menu to add or modify parameters
4.4 - BUTTON
Use this button in the menu to subtract or modify parameters
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5.0 MENU SELECTIONS
The internal settings of the panel can be set by pressing the menu button.
To change a setting, press and release the menu button until the desired setting is
displayed. Use the +/- switch to change the setting.
There are four different menus, one for each of the different type of measuring
systems.
Measuring Heads
MP16
5KABU
5K
3K
MAKO/ORCA
MMOUTH/Dolphin
Shark
Other
To change the head type, press the menu button until Hd is displayed. At this time
press the +/- button until the desired head type is selected. Press + then the menu
button again to accept the setting.
Each head type has a different menu. Following are the available settings for each.
The menu has the following options:
1) zero tension: + button to zero tension
2) tension shunt cal: This shunts the load cell by pulling the shunt cal pin to ground.
This menu selection will not time out. You must advance or go backwards in the
menu.
3) tn shut dn: This is the tension at which the shutdown relay is turned on. The
relay is rated at 200V and 5A. When the tension is reduced below the shutdown
value the transistor is reset. Raising the shutdown value above the current tension
will also release the transistor.
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4) DiffTn Sca: The differential tension scale determines the meter scale and the diff
tension display. For instance, if the differential scale is set to 1000#, each '>'
displayed would be 100# increase and each '<' would indicate a 100# decrease
from the reference, and the meter full deflection would indicate 1000# change from
the reference. The reference is zeroed by pushing the '+' button.
5) tn shim: This value is multiplied by the tension measured for tension display.
The range is .5 to 1.5. If 1.5 is selected 1000# measured by the panel would be
displayed as 1500#.
6) zero depth: Pressing the '+' button zeroes the depth.
7) set depth: Use the '+' and '-' buttons to set the depth
8) speed minutes/hours:
distance/hr
Use the '+' and '-' buttons to select distance/min or
9) head: Use the plus and minus buttons to cycle through the selections and
choose the correct head. The choices are:
SHARK, MMOUTH/DOLPHIN, MAKO/ORCA, AM3KA, AM5KA, 5KABU,
MP16,OTHER
10) shim: Enter the ft/mt per 1000 ft/mt you want added or subtracted from the
measured depth. -.2 would subtract 2 feet at 10000ft.
11) UP DN normal/reverse: If the panel is indicating the wrong direction, changing
this will reverse the direction displayed
12) Stretch/Standard Depth: Choose the depth to be displayed. Standard depth
has no tension input. Stretch depth backs out the tension going in the hole and
uses the line weight to determine tool weight and these two are multiplied by the
stretch coefficient and no tension tool depth to compute a 'stretch' depth.
13) wireline: Choose the wireline or slickline measuring device in use. The choices
are SHARK MMOUTH_DOLPHIN: 092, 108, 125, 140, 150, 160, 3/16, 7/32, 1/4
MAKO/ORCA: 092, 108, 125, 140, 150, 160, 3/16, 7/32, 1/4, 5/16
AM3K: 3/16, 7/32, 1/4, 9/32, 5/16, 3/8
AM5K: 3/16, 7/32, 1/4, 9/32, 5/16, 3/8, 7/16, 15/32, 472ht, 484ht, 492ht
MP16: 092, 108, 125, 140, 150, 160, 3/16, 7/32, 1/4, 5/16
14) If head 'OTHER' is selected 'hd_circ' is displayed. Enter the circumference in
feet of the 'OTHER' head.
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15) If head 'OTHER' is selected 'Other mV/V' is displayed. Enter the value in mV/V
of the 'OTHER' load cell.
16) If head 'OTHER' is selected 'Oth LC FS' is displayed. Enter the value of the
'OTHER' load cell full scale.
17) dpth unit meters/feet Use the plus and minus button to choose meters or feet
18) tension unit lbs/kgm Use the plus and minus button to choose lbs or kgm
19) ncodr ppr Use the plus and minus button to enter the encoder pulses per
revolution
20) This menu position displays the battery voltage, external voltage and charge
current. The charger can be started with the “+” button and stopped with the “-“
button if desired.
The panel will automatically charge when battery voltage falls below a set level.
21) Record new/all: This selects data written to the flash card. New writes to the
flash when the depth changes more than .1 feet or the tension chagnes more than
10#. All writes a record every second.
22) Shutdown->Plus: Pushing the plus button turns off the panel.
5.1 3K MODE
This mode is for a BenchMark AM3K cased hole measuring head.
The available menu selections in AM3K mode are:
LINE SIZE SETTINGS (LS)
Select the size of the cable you will be using. This setting will adjust the wheel size
to account for the size of cable.
The available sizes are:
3/8, 5/16, 9/32, 1/4, 7/32
The wheel size settings for each are:
3/16” cable - 2.014 ft.
7/32" cable - 2.017 ft.
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1/4” cable - 2.020 ft.
9/32" cable - 2.023 ft.
5/16" cable - 2.026 ft.
3/8" cable - 2.031 ft.
DEPTH ADJUST (Adj)
This setting is comparable to shimming a wheel. The amount selected will
automatically be added or subtracted from the depth input. The values are feet /
thousand.
DEPTH UNITS (UN)
This setting is used to set the display readout units to either FEET or METERS.
DIRECTION (dir)
This setting is used to reverse the counting direction. The depth should be
increasing as you are going into the hole and decreasing as you are coming out of
the hole. If it is going the opposite direction, use this setting to change it.
5.2 5K mode
No wheel size selections are available. It is set for 2’. Use the setting for any
straight-line measuring device that uses a 2 foot measuring wheel.
The available menu selections in AM5K mode are:
DEPTH ADJUST (Adj)
This setting is comparable to shimming a wheel. The amount selected will
automatically be added or subtracted from the depth input. The values are feet /
thousand.
DEPTH UNITS (UN)
This setting is used to set the display readout units to either FEET or METERS.
DIRECTION (dir)
This setting is used to reverse the counting direction. The depth should be
increasing as you are going into the hole and decreasing as you are coming out of
the hole. If it is going the opposite direction, use this setting to change it.
5.3 SL mode
This mode is used for a BenchMark slickline sytem using a 4’ counter wheel.
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The available menu selections in SL mode are:
LINE SIZE SETTINGS (LS)
Select the size of the cable you will be using. This setting will adjust the wheel size
to account for this size of cable.
The available sizes are:
SHARK MMOUTH_DOLPHIN: 092, 108, 125, 140, 150, 160, 3/16, 7/32, 1/4
MAKO/ORCA: 092, 108, 125, 140, 150, 160, 3/16, 7/32, 1/4, 5/16
MP16: 092, 108, 125, 140, 150, 160, 3/16, 7/32, 1/4, 5/16
AM3K: 3/16, 7/32, 1/4, 9/32, 5/16, 3/8
AM5K: 3/16, 7/32, 1/4, 9/32, 5/16, 3/8, 7/16, 15/32, 472ht, 484ht, 492ht
DEPTH ADJUST (Adj)
This setting is comparable to shimming a wheel. The amount selected will
automatically be added or subtracted from the depth input. The values are feet /
thousand.
DEPTH UNITS (UN)
This setting is used to set the display readout units to either FEET or METERS.
DIRECTION (dir)
This setting is used to reverse the counting direction. The depth should be
increasing as you are going into the hole and decreasing as you are coming out of
the hole. If it is going the opposite direction, use this setting to change it.
5.4 OTHER (OtH)
This menu is to be used if you have a measuring device with a different wheel
circumference than the standard Kerr measuring devices.
No line size selections are available
The available menu selections in the OTHER menu are:
WHEEL CIRCUMFERENCE (Cr)
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This setting represents the circumference of the measuring wheel. Use the +/switch to adjust the setting to match the circumference of the measuring wheel you
are using.
DEPTH ADJUST (Adj)
This setting is comparable to shimming a wheel. The amount selected will
automatically be added or subtracted from the depth input. The values are feet /
thousand.
DEPTH UNITS (UN)
This setting is used to set the display readout units to either FEET or METERS.
DIRECTION (dir)
This setting is used to reverse the counting direction. The depth should be
increasing as you are going into the hole and decreasing as you are coming out of
the hole. If it is going the opposite direction, use this setting to change it.
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6.0 INSTALLATION AND MOUNTING
6.1 INSTALLATION PROCEDURE
6.1.1 Prepare an appropriate panel cut-out with four fixing holes (refer to drawing
in section 6.1) or use one of the two mounting brackets shown below (section 5.2).
6.1.2 Connect the magnetic pickup cable to the rear of the unit.
6.1.3 Ensure that power is off. Connect the unit to a 12vdc.
6.1.4 Insert the display unit into the panel and secure it at the four corners.
6.1.5 Check that the magnetic pickup signal has the correct polarity. Move the
measuring wheel in the direction of positive depth (down). If the display shows a
negative value, it can be corrected by rotating the magnetic pickup on the
measuring head by 180 degrees or changing the direction using from the menu.
6.1.6 Ensure that the unit is setup for the desired measurement units (feet or
meters).
Before you start to use the display unit, leave it connected to the external power for
4 hours to ensure that the batteries are fully charged.
6.2
MOUNTING KITS
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6.2.1 AMS4A161 PIVOTING MOUNT
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6.2.2 AMS4M110 PLATE MOUNT
TOP VIEW
FRONT VIEW
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SIDE VIEW
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7.0 SPECIFICATIONS
7.1 MECHANICAL
Material
Weight
Mounting
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Aluminum, anodized
1.5 lbs (.68 kg)
4  .019 holes
fixing centers: 6.19” (19.05 cm) from side,
2” (5.08 cm) from top/bottom.
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7.2 ENVIRONMENTAL
IP Rating
Temperature
Humidity
54
0 to + 40  Centigrade
10% - 80% RH non-condensing.
7.3 ELECTRICAL
Input power Voltage
Input power current
12 – 24 VDC
0.4 A
Battery
Voltage
Lifetime
2100 mAh
1.2 V NIMH
Approx. 5 years (depending on usage)
7.4 BATTERIES
The batteries are trickle charged when external power is connected to the unit. The
batteries are fully charged after 3 hours. The batteries discharge if the unit is left
unpowered for a few weeks.
7.5 POWER CONSUMPTION AND OPERATING TIME
Operating
Magnetic pickup
assembly
Tension transducer
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10 mA (typical)
20 mA (remainder powers the display)
0.50 mA (maximum)
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7.6 DC POWER-INPUT
Power+
GND
Pin A
Pin B
DC connector spec: AM5KP063 -CONN KPT06E8-33S 3 SOCKET
7.7 DEPTH MEASUREMENT
Quadrature counts/revolution
Measurement resolution
Display resolution
4
0.048 m
0.1 m
0.1573 ft
0.1 ft
7.8 LINE SPEED
Minimum Line Speed
Maximum Line Speed
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0 ft/min
1200 ft/min
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7.9 POWER MANAGEMENT
Power time-out with idle
magnetic pickup
60 min
The battery voltage and charge current can be displayed by pressing enable and
menu at the same time.
The voltage will be displayed as:
E
8180
8180 would be a battery voltage of 8.18 volts. When the battery reaches 8.4v the
charge will stop.
The charge current will be displayed as:
A
310
310 would be a battery charge current of 310 ma.
The display will cycle between the voltage and current display as long as the
buttons are being depressed.
The charge current is limited to between 250 ma and 350 ma.
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8.0 PARTS LISTS AND DIAGRAMS
8.1 PARTS LISTS
LINE
P/N
DESCRIPTION
QTY
1
2
3
4
9
10
11
13
18
19
20
21
27
31
35
36
37
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
48
49
50
51
52
54
55
56
57
58
59
ALS6M601
ALS6M642
ALS6M603
AMS4P935
ALS4P063
ALS6A620E
ALS6P619
ALS6M623
AMS4P618
ALS8P041
AMS4P714
ALS8M037
ALS6P616
AMS4P659
AMS7P021
AMS7P023
AMS7P024
AMS5P064
AM5KP034
AMS4P188
AMS4P924
AMS4P257
AMS4P170
AM5KP056
AMS4P990
AMS4P171
ALS6P085
AMS8P091
AMS8P036
AMS4P626
C276P158
C276P046
ALS8P043
ALS6P036
C276P035
PANEL FRONT DEPTH/SPD/TENS
PANEL REAR DEPTH/SPD/TENS
CHASSIS DEPTH/SPD/TENS
MEMORY CARD 2GB SD
DISPLAY 2X16 NHD-0216B3Z-FL-GB
PCB ASSY DEPTH TENSION BU
GLASS 3/16" X 1-3/8" X 3-1/8"
CLAMP LENS DEPTH/SPD/TENS
BATTERY 1.2V NIMH AA 2100MAH
HOLDER BATT 6AA W 9V SNAP CON
STRAP BATTERY 9V SNAP ON 6"LD
CLAMP BATTERY 6XAA BKUP TENSN
SWITCH PUSHBUTTON WATER PROOF
CONN TERMINAL RECPTACLE .25TAB
CONN 102398-4 AMP 12 POS PCB
CONN 102536-4 AMP 12 POS BACK
CONN 102681-1 AMP 12 POS FRONT
DUST CAP KPT8108C RECEPT
DUST CAP KPT8110C RECEPT
DUST CAP KPT8112C RECEPT
DUST CAP USB CONN MS TYPE
CONN KPT02E8-33P RECEPTACLE
CONN KPSE02E12-10P RECEPTACLE
CONN KPT02E10-6S RECEPTACLE
CONN USB MS TYPE PNL MNT PCB
CONN KPSE02E12-10S RECEPTACLE
SCREW 4-40 X 1/4 FH PHIL SST
SCREW 4-40 X 1/4 PHIL PAN SST
WASHER #4 LOCK SST
WASHER #4 FLAT NYLON
NUT 4-40 MACHINE SST
WASHER #6 LOCK SS
SCREW 6-32 X 2 PHIL PAN SST
SCREW 10-32 X 3/4 BTN HD SST
WASHER #10 LOCK SS
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
6
1
1
1
4
3
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
14
12
13
1
1
6
2
8
8
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8.1 PARTS LISTS continued
LINE
P/N
60
61
62
63
65
67
71
72
73
74
75
76
77
AMS1P040
AMS4P879
ALS8P042
ALS6P015
C276P331
ALS1P027
AM5KP123
AM5KP072
ALS6P037
AM5KP219
ALS6P013
C276P041
AMS4P921
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DESCRIPTION
SCREW 6-32 X 3/8 PHIL PAN SST
SCREW 2-56 X 1/4 PHIL PAN SST
SPACER ROUND PHENLC #6 X 1-1/2
STANDOFF 6-32 X 7/16 M/F BRS
SCREW 6-32 X 1/2 PHIL PAN SST
WASHER #2 FLAT SST
O-RING 2-033 BUNA N
O-RING 2-046 BUNA N MMD COVER
O-RING 2-037 BUNA N 70D
O-RING 2-019 BUNA N 70D
O-RING 2-013 BUNA N 70D
O-RING 2-017 BUNA N
O-RING 2-021 BUNA N 70D
QTY
REF
4
4
2
4
4
4
1
2
1
3
1
5
1
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