CMM Level 2 for Kannad 406AF, AF-H, AF-6D, AP

Orolia S.A.S. - A Company of the McMurdo Group
FAU27
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
INTRODUCTION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1
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GENERAL. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1
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SHOP CHECK . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1
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DESCRIPTION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1
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Transmission . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16
TESTING AND FAULT ISOLATION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1001
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TESTING . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1001
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Test Equipment . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Special Precautions and Environmental Conditions.
ELT Variants. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Beacon Self-test . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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FAULT ISOLATION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1005
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Fault on Self-Test . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1005
SCHEMATICS AND WIRING DIAGRAMS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . NOT APPLICABLE
DISASSEMBLY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3001
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DISASSEMBLY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3002
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Procedure . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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CLEANING EQUIPMENT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4001
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List . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Plastic Parts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Connectors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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CHECK . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .NOT APPLICABLE
REPAIR. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .NOT APPLICABLE
ASSEMBLY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7001
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Preamble . . . . . . . .
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Tools, Fixtures and Equipment
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SPECIAL TOOLS, FIXTURES, EQUIPEMENT AND CONSUMABLES . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9001
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GENERAL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9001
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Special Tools, Fixtures and Equipment. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Standard Tools, Fixtures and Equipment. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Function and Use . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10001
How to use the Detailed Parts List . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10001
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Abbreviations used in the Detailed Parts List . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10004
VENDOR CODE LIST . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10005
EQUIPMENT DESIGNATOR INDEX . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10007
NUMERICAL INDEX. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10009
ELT,KANNAD 406 PARTS LIST. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10013
SPECIAL PROCEDURES . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . NOT APPLICABLE
STORAGE (INCLUDING TRANSPORTATION) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15001
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FIGURE 7003
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FIGURE 7004
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WATER SWITCH SENSOR INSTALLATION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7006
FIGURE 10001
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INTRODUCTION
TASK 25-63-05-990-801-A01
1. General
A.
This component maintenance manual is compliant with ATA Specification iSpec2200 (AIR
TRANSPORT ASSOCIATION OF AMERICA).
B.
This manual gives the work instructions for the Level 2 Maintenance of the Emergency Locator
Transmitters (ELT, KANNAD) PN S182X502-XX manufactured by Orolia S.A.S. (Address: Orolia
S.A.S. Zone Industrielle des cinq Chemins CS10028 56520 GUIDEL-FRANCE or at
www.kannadaviatation.com).
C.
Level 2 Maintenance of the Emergency Locator Transmitter (ELT, KANNAD) PN S182X502-XX
consists in battery replacement only. The procedures must be done in workshops by FAR/
PART145 service stations or equivalent agreement according to local regulations with specific
tools recommended by the manufacturer (Refer to PAGEBLOCK SPECIAL TOOLS, FIXTURES,
EQUIPEMENT AND CONSUMABLES).
D.
This manual does not include recommended technical maintenance intervals or details which
change for the different shop equipment that is available.
E.
If a task higher than level II must be performed, the procedures used by the manufacturer and
described in CMM 25-63-01 must be applied. For regulatory requirements regarding
maintenance periodicity, please consult your national aviation authority.
F.
The dimensions are given in Metric Units (SI Units) with values in Imperial Units given in
brackets, after or below the Metric Units values. In addition to the common symbols of Metric and
Imperial Units, the abbreviations that follow are used in the manual:
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IPL = illustrated parts list
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Assy=assembly
-
mfg=manufacturing
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P/N=part number
-
OD=outer diameter
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ID=inner diameter
TASK 25-63-05-990-802-A01
2. Shop Check
A.
The manufacturer did a check to make sure that the procedures given in the sections of the
manual are satisfactory. For this, he did the maintenance procedures such as disassembly,
assembly and testing.
TASK 25-63-05-990-803-A01
3. Revisions
A.
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With each revision written for the manual, full instructions are supplied. These refer to the related
page numbers for insertion and deletion. A vertical line in the left margin shows the revised,
added or removed material.
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DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION
TASK 25-63-05-871-801-A01
1. DESCRIPTION
Refer to Figure 1 / 25-63-05-991-011-A01, Refer to Table 1 / 25-63-05-992-011-A01
A.
General
(1) The Emergency Locator Transmitter (ELT) system generally includes:
(a) One Emergency Locator Transmitter (ELT) with:
1
One Auxiliary Antenna (*)
2
One Floating Collar (*)
3
One Water Switch Sensor (*) (***).
4
The Attaching Parts (*).
(b) One Mounting Bracket, P/N S1820511-XX, to attach the beacon to the aircraft (*) (**);
(c)
One Programming DONGLE (*) (**) (***), P/N S1820514-XX;
(d) One Remote Control Panel (*) (**), P/N S1820513-XX;
(e) One CS144 Interface module (*) (**) (***) P/N S1825501-XX;
(f)
One outside antenna (fixed versions only) (*) (**).
NOTE:
- (*) in relation to the Variants,
- (**) not described in this manual,
- (***) option,
- For the Mounting Bracket: Refer to ACMMs ATA No 25-63-11 and 12 (level 3).
- For the Programming DONGLE: Refer to relevant documents (ACMMs level 3).
- For the Remote Control Panels: Refer to relevant documents (ACMMs level 3).
- For the CS144 interface module: Refer to ACMM ATA No 25-63-50 (level 3).
- For the Water Switch Sensor refer to ACMM ATA No 25-63-42 (level 3).
B.
Purpose
(1) The KANNAD 406 and 121 beacons are aeronautical distress beacons that operate at civil and
military frequencies of 121.5 MHz, 243 MHz and 406.025 MHz (the KANNAD 121 AF and AF-H
at 121.5 MHz, 243 MHz only) as part of the COSPAS-SARSAT system.
(2) The KANNAD 406 and 121 beacons (other than the KANNAD 406 AS) transmit through an
antenna attached to the aircraft fuselage. The KANNAD 406 AP versions (when removed from
the mounting bracket) and KANNAD 406 AS and SURVIVAL have an auxiliary antenna that
gives them full independence for use in survival conditions.
C.
Variants
(1) ELTs detailed in this CMM are of types:
(a) Automatic Portable (AP);
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KANNAD 406 AP, 3-frequency ELT, is designed for fixed wings aircraft and
helicopters;
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KANNAD 406 AP-H, 3-frequency ELT, is designed for helicopters only.
NOTE:
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Automatic Portable ELTs are intended to be rigidly attached to the aircraft
before the crash but readily removable from the aircraft after the crash. They
are automatically activated when a crash occurs and can be manually
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activated when removed from the aircraft. They can be tethered to a life raft.
(b) Automatic Fixed (AF);
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KANNAD 406 AF, 3-frequency ELT, is designed for fixed wings aircraft and
helicopters;
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KANNAD 406 AF- H, 3-frequency ELT, is specifically designed for helicopters.
-
KANNAD 121 AF, 2-frequency ELT, is designed for fixed wings aircraft and
helicopters;
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KANNAD 121 AF- H, 2-frequency ELT, is specifically designed for helicopters.
-
KANNAD 406 AF (6D), 3-frequency ELT, is designed for fixed wings aircraft and
helicopters. They can be mounted in roll or pitch plane, either parallel or perpendicular
to the aircraft flight direction.
NOTE:
Automatic Fixed ELTs are intended to be permanently attached to the
aircraft. They are automatically activated when a crash occurs.
(c) Survival (S)
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KANNAD 406 AS, 3-frequency ELT, is fitted with a floating collar and with an optional
water switch sensor capability;
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KANNAD 406 AS TNC, 3-frequency ELT, is fitted with a floating collar and with an
optional water switch sensor capability;
-
KANNAD 406 SURVIVAL,3-frequency ELT, is fitted with a floating collar and a water
switch sensor.
NOTE:
Survival ELTs does not activate automatically and are intended to be
removed from the aircraft. They can be tethered to a life raft or a survivor.
Survival ELTs can be fitted with a water switch sensor for water activation.
Table 1 / 25-63-05-992-011 : ELT Variants
VARIANT
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NAME
PART NUMBER
A
KANNAD 406 AP
S1820502-01
B
KANNAD 406 AP
S1820502-02
C
KANNAD 406 AF
S1821502-01
D
KANNAD 406 AF
S1821502-02
E
KANNAD 406 AF-H
S1822502-01
F
KANNAD 406 AF-H
S1822502-02
G
KANNAD 406 AS
S1823502-01
H
KANNAD 406 AS
S1823502-02
J
KANNAD 406 AS-TNC
S1823502-03
K
KANNAD 121 AF
S1824502-01
L
KANNAD 121 AF
S1824502-02
M
KANNAD 121 AF-H
S1826502-02
N
KANNAD 406 AF (6D)
S1821502-06
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VARIANT
NAME
PART NUMBER
P
KANNAD 406 SURVIVAL
S1823502-05
Q
KANNAD 406 AP-H
S1820502-04
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CONFIGURATION
Production stamp (230)
(Up to January 2003)
Label identification (120)
Label instruction (200)
Auxiliary
antenna
AN
T
AR
M
OF
F
ON
RC
Label instruction (210)
Lanyard
Label ARM (220)
Snap hook
Variants A , B & Q
Production stamp (230)
(Up to January 2003)
Label identification (120)
Auxiliary
antenna
Label instruction (200)
Label ARM/TEST (220)
Water Switch Sensor (75)
(Variant P only)
AN
T
AR
Label ARM (220)
M
OF
F
Floating
collar
ON
RC
Lanyard
A
Variants C , D, E, F, K, L, M & N
U
XX
SW
X
I
TC
TO
XX
H
M
X
T
XX
A
TIC O "A
X
RM
XX
W
AT "
ER
TO
XX
EN
A
AB
CT
I V
LE
AT
IO
N
Label instruction
(200)
Label SWITCH TO ARM
(240) (Variant P only)
Snap hook
Variants G , H, J & P
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(2) Obsolescence management of electronic PCB
NOTE:
A new variant of electronic PCB fitted in KANNAD ELTs has been designed to manage
the obsolescence of its components. This new version of electronic PCB is fitted in the
following ELTs identified by the following index:
Table 2 / 25-63-05-992-011 : KANNAD ELTs FITTED WITH NEW PCB VERSION
VARIANT
ELT NAME
PART NUMBER INDEX of ELT when fitted with new PCB
B
KANNAD 406 AP
S1820502-02
G or higher
D
KANNAD 406 AF
S1821502-02
G or higher
F
KANNAD 406 AF-H
S1822502-02
G or higher
H
KANNAD 406 AS
S1823502-02
G or higher
J
KANNAD 406 AS-TNC
S1823502-03
F or higher
L
KANNAD 121 AF
S1824502-02
G or higher
M
KANNAD 121 AF-H
S1826502-02
D or higher
N
KANNAD 406 AF (6D)
S1821502-06
C or higher
P
KANNAD 406 SURVIVAL S1823502-05
B or higher
Q
KANNAD 406 AP-H
A or higher
NOTE:
S1820502-04
ELTs mentioned in Table2 above are fitted with a new version of PCB.
ELTs which are not mentioned in Table2 above or with a lower index are fitted with an
old version of PCB.
D.
Characteristics
(1) Transmission 406 MHz (*)
-
Frequency: 406.025 MHz ± 0.002 MHz
-
Transmission power: 5 W (37 dBm ± 2 dB)
-
Long-term stability: ±0.005 MHz over 5 years
-
Modulation type: 16K0G1D (Bi-phase L encoding)
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Message length: 440 or 520 ms
-
Repetition period: 47.5 to 52.5 s
-
Transmission speed: 400 bps ± 1%
-
Frame synchronization: 0 0010 1111 (0 1101 0000 during self-test)
-
Power consumption: 1.3 to 1.7 A
-
Transmission duration: 24 h at -20 degrees C
NOTE:
(*) Not for variants K, L and M, Refer to Table 1 / 25-63-05-992-011-A01
(2) Transmission at 121.5/243 MHz
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Frequencies: 121.5 MHz ± 0.006 MHz and 243 MHz ± 0.0012 MHz
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Transmission power: 100 to 400 mW (20 to 26 dBm) for each frequency
-
Modulation factor: higher than 85%
-
Modulation type: 3K20A3X
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Decreasing scan modulation signal frequency: from 1420Hz to 490Hz
-
Repetition frequency: 3 Hz
-
Consumption:100 to 180 mA
-
Transmission duration: more than 48 h at -20 degrees C (close to 100 hours with new
batteries).
(3) Auxiliary antenna (**), Refer to Figure 1 / 25-63-05-991-011-A01
-
Type: 1/2 wave UHF and 1/4 wave VHF
-
Connector:
BNC male or TNC male for variant J and P , Refer to Table 1 / 25-63-05-992-011-A01.
(**) For variants A, B, G, H, J, P and Q , Refer to Table 1 / 25-63-05-992-011-A01
(4) Beacon Controls and Interface, Refer to Figure 3 / 25-63-05-991-013-A01
-
Front panel:
•
“ANT” receptacle:
BNC female or TNC female for variant J and P only, Refer to Table 1 / 25-63-05-992011-A01.
-
-
•
Three-position switch: ARM/OFF/ON (except variant G, Refer to Table 1 / 25-63-05992-011-A01) or TST/OFF/ON (for variant G, Refer to Table 1 / 25-63-05-992-011A01).
•
Red LED: display of beacon status.
•
DIN 12 Receptacle: test, programming, remote control, Programming dongle, Water
Switch Sensor, ELT-NAV Interface (CS144).
On electronic board:
•
1 G-SWITCH for variants A, B, C, D, E, F, K, L, M and Q (Refer to Table 1 / 25-63-05992-011-A01).
•
6 G-SWITCH sensors for variants N (Refer to Table 1 / 25-63-05-992-011-A01)
•
no G-SWITCH for variants G, H, J and P (Refer to Table 1 / 25-63-05-992-011-A01).
Audible operating signal (buzzer, beeper).
(5) Battery
-
Type: three LiMnO2 cells, D type
-
Life-time: 6 years (Expiry date written on the battery pack and on the ELT label).
(6) Physical Characteristics
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Dimensions: Refer to Figure 2 / 25-63-05-991-012-A01
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Weight (without bracket and with auxiliary antenna, float and water switch sensor, in relation
to the version):
•
Variants A, B and Q: less than 1.130 kg (2.49 lb.)
•
Variants C and D: less than 1kg (2.2 lb.)
•
Variants E and F: less than 1kg (2.2 lb.)
•
Variants G, H and J: less than 0.980 kg (2.16 lb.)
•
Variants K, L and M: less than 1kg (2.2 lb.)
•
Variant N: less than 1.1 kg (2.42 lb.)
•
Variant P: less than 1.110 kg (2.45 lb.)
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DIMENSIONS
290 (11.41)
82 (3.23)
172 (6.77)
Only on variants
A, B and Q
14 (0.55)
Identification
label (120)
63 (2.48)
TOP
115 (4.53)
595 (23.42)
Rear panel
Variants C, D, E, F, K, L, M and N
Dia 160 (6.3)
Variants G, H, J and P
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E.
Detailed Description
(1) General (Refer to Figure 1 / 25-63-05-991-011-A01)
(a) The principal elements of the ELT (in relation to the version) are:
-
A molded yellow plastic rectangular box
-
An auxiliary antenna (for variants A, B, G, H, J, P and Q, Refer to Table 1 / 25-63-05-992011-A01), attached to the beacon by a thread of nylon
-
A floating collar (for variants G, H, J and P, Refer to Table 1 / 25-63-05-992-011-A01) made
of polyethylene foam
-
A polyester lanyard attached to the beacon by a square knot with a snap hook at the other
end (for variants A, B, G, H, J, P and Q, Refer to Table 1 / 25-63-05-992-011-A01.
-
A water switch sensor (75) for variant P only, Refer to Table 1 / 25-63-05-992-011-A01.
(2) Housing
(a) External description, Refer to Figure 3 / 25-63-05-991-013-A01:
-
The housing has two covers, the upper and the lower cover, each screwed by eight screws.
The inner face has a peripheral groove with an O-ring and a cut-out at the front end.
-
The housing has these items on the sides:
•
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Front panel:
-
One BNC 50 Ohm connector (or TNC 50 Ohm connector for variant J and P only,
Refer to Table 1 / 25-63-05-992-011-A01) for connection of an outside or auxiliary
antenna (ANT receptacle).
-
One 3-position switch
-
One red LED
-
One DIN 12-pin connector
-
A label (220) (Refer to Figure 5 / 25-63-05-991-015-A01) showing the position of
switch: “ARM/OFF/ON” for variants A, B, C, D, E, F, K, H, J, L, M, N, P, and Q
(Refer to Table 1 / 25-63-05-992-011-A01) or “TST/OFF/ON” for variant G (Refer
to Table 1 / 25-63-05-992-011-A01)
-
A label (240) warning the user to switch to «ARM» to enable activation by water
switch sensor for variant P only (Refer to Table 1 / 25-63-05-992-011-A01)
•
Rear panel with an identification label (120) (Refer to Figure 5 / 25-63-05-991-015A01).
•
Upper cover with an instruction label (200) in English language (Refer to Figure 5 / 2563-05-991-015-A01).
•
Lower cover with an instruction label (210) in a language other than English (Refer to
Figure 5 / 25-63-05-991-015-A01) for variants A, B, G, H, J, P and Q only (Refer to
Table 1 / 25-63-05-992-011-A01).
•
Sides:
-
Reinforced by ribs containing self-tapping screws to attach the covers.
-
A production stamp (230), Refer to Figure 6 / 25-63-05-991-016-A01, is stuck onto
the upper right side of versions up to January 2003.
-
Four ballasts (85) are stuck on the lower part of the left and right sides (for variant
P only, Refer to Table 1 / 25-63-05-992-011-A01).
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(b) Internal Description (Refer to Figure 4 / 25-63-05-991-014-A01):
1
The housing is divided into two compartments (upper and lower) by a strong molded
partition. A hole drilled in this partition is used as cable run for the electronic board
supply wires.
The upper compartment contains the back face of the front panel components and their
wiring. The assembly has a coating of silicone elastomer adhesive. It also includes an
electronic board (A1) fixed to the partition with six screws. For variant N only (Refer to Table
1 / 25-63-05-992-011-A01), an additional electronic board (A2) is inserted vertically into the
sliding rail of the upper compartment. This electronic board (A2) is fitted with 4 additional GSwitch sensors (2 in the horizontal plan, 2 parallel to the vertical axis). The electronic board
(A1) is also fitted with the following electronic components:
A MCX receptacle plugged on a MCX connector fitted with a coaxial cable. The coaxial
cable is wired to the BNC 50 Ohm receptacle (or TNC 50 Ohm receptacle for variant J and
P only, Refer to Table 1 / 25-63-05-992-011-A01) of the front panel.
© Orolia S.A.S.
-
A sixteen-pin HE10 receptacle to connect switch, LED and twelve-pin connector
on the front panel.
-
Two electric wires (red and black) to plug the battery (not visible).
2
The lower compartment contains the battery (BT1) installed between two foam
wedges. The back foam wedge is split in half: in variants G, H, J and P, the lower part
of this half foam wedge is replaced by a lead ballast in order to improve stability in
water. The front foam has a hole to contain a desiccant capsule. The battery assembly
includes three lithium batteries connected in series and held together by a heat shrink
sleeve. The battery is fitted with two wires (red and black) with a connector.
3
The battery (BT1) has a label that shows these indications:
-
Part number
-
Batch number
-
Amendment
-
Inspection identification
-
Date of manufacture
-
Expiry date.
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Figure 3 / 25-63-05-991-013-1
EXTERNAL DESCRIPTION
"ANT"
RECEPTACLE
BNC
(or TNC on Variant J & P)
RED LED
"DIN12"
RECEPTACLE
3-POSITION
SWITCH
ANT
ARM OFF ON
RC
SWITCH TO "ARM
(on Variant P)
SWITCH TO "ARM" TO ENABLE
AUTOMATIC WATER ACTIVATION
1
"TST" on Variant G
MSN :
Upper cover
1330E
F8794
AN
T
Lower cover
SWITCH TO "ARM
(on Variant P)
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"TST" on Variant G
AR
M
OF
FO
SW
N
ITC
AU H T
TO O "
MA AR
RC
TIC M"
AC TO E
TIV NA
AT BL
ION E
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Figure 4 / 25-63-05-991-014-1
INTERNAL DESCRIPTION
COVER
G-SWITCH BASE
(Variants E, F, M and Q)
PCB (A2)
(Variants N)
COAXIAL
CABLE
MCX
RECEPTACLE
PCB
(A1)
G-SWITCH SENSORS
(Variants N)
FOAM
WEDGE
SEALANT
FOAM
WEDGE
FOAM
WEDGE
or
BALLAST*
DESSICANT
CAPSULE
SUPPLY
LEADS
HOUSING
O-RING
BATTERY
CONNECTOR
BATTERY
(BT1)
MCX
CONNECTOR
256305-004a01.cgm
G-SWITCH SENSORS
(Variants N)
16 PIN HE10
CONNECTOR
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F.
Labelling
(1) External identification (Refer to Figure 5 / 25-63-05-991-015-A01)
(a) An ARM or TST label (220) is stuck onto the front face, below the 3-position switch:
ARM/OFF/ON for variants A, B, C, D, E, F, H, J, K, L, M, N, P, and Q, Refer to Table 1 / 2563-05-992-011-A01,
TST/OFF/ON for variants G, Refer to Table 1 / 25-63-05-992-011-A01.
(b) A SWITCH TO ARM label (240) for variant P, Refer to Table 1 / 25-63-05-992-011-A01, is
stuck on the front panel below the ARM label (220). This label is used to warn the user to
switch to ARM to enable activation by water switch sensor.
(c)
An instruction label (200) is stuck onto the top cover, this label shows the following
information:
1
Direction of flight (arrow) (except for variants G, H, J and P , Refer to Table 1 / 25-6305-992-011-A01);
2
Beacon instructions use;
3
Beacon part number and amendment;
4
Beacon serial number;
5
From January 2003, a production stamp (230) is stuck onto the bottom of this label to
replace the beacon part number, amendment and serial number.
(d) An instruction label (210) in a language other than English for variants A, B, G, H, J, P, and
Q only , Refer to Table 1 / 25-63-05-992-011-A01 is stuck onto the bottom cover, this label
shows the following information:
1
Beacons instructions use (in a language other than English);
2
Beacon part number and amendment;
3
Beacon serial number.
(e) An identification label (120) is stuck onto the rear panel, this label shows the following
information:
1
Date on which the beacon was put into service or date of inspection;
2
Date of the next inspection (as required by the relevant Civil Aviation Authorities);
3
Battery type (P/N written on the battery pack);
4
Expiry date (Battery expiry date written on the battery pack);
5
Identification protocol;
6
Identification number;
7
Beacon identification hexadecimal code (also named «15HEXID»);
8
Aircraft identification number (Tail Number);
9
COSPAS-SARSAT number (CSN) between 300000 and 389999;
10
MSN.
NOTE:
(f)
A NOAA label (250) is stuck onto the left lower middle side (after October 2008), this label
gives instructions to register the ELT to NOAA (for USA only).
NOTE:
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This label has to be replaced for each battery replacement, Refer to
SUBTASK 25-63-05-430-001-A01.
If this label is missing on an ELT registered to USA, it shall be affixed on the left
lower middle side of ELT housing. Refer to Figure 5 / 25-63-05-991-015-A01.
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Figure 5 / 25-63-05-991-015-1
IDENTIFICATION
Lab el,
inst
for t op cover
r u c tion
Lab el, iden tifi cation (130)
Lab el,
inst
for b ot t om cover
(290)
r u c tion
(280)
D a te
Y LOC AT OR TRANSMITTER
C o n t r ol
:
Sens du d éplacement
:
BALISE DE DETRESSE
B a tt e r y t yp e
KANNAD XXX
406 XXAF-H
B a t t e r y Expi
AU T OM A TIC ACTI VA TION
:
N'UTILISER QU'EN CAS DE DETRESSE
ry
Ide
n tifi c a tion
Ide
n tifi c a tion
D a te
P r o t o c ol
IC A O
TN
Mount the E LT
in bracket and tighten strap
Connect outside antenna (ANT)
Connect remote control panel (RC)
:
N um b er
S/N
A OD
:
C ospas
S ars
at
TEST
N um b er (CSN)
X
K ANNAD 406 AP
:
1315D
Y USE ON LY
FOR EMERGENC
Nex t
Ins p e c tion
Flight direction
EMERGENC
:
Switch to "ARM"
the test sequence and will be
automatically activated in the event of a
B ea c on Ide
n tifi c a tion
co
de (15 HEX ID)
:
crash
T ail N um b er
RESET
MSN
:
:
Contact A TC in case of false alarm
Variants A , B and Q
Switch to "OFF" and back to "ARM"
OFF (to remove E LT from bracket)
TEST RESU
Produ ction stamp (230)
Up t o Janua ry 2003
L T LED SEQUENCE
After a few seconds
Test OK
1315D
Test FAILED
CAUTION
ON LY DESIGNED FOR FL
AT
INS TALL A TION
ON BOARD HELICOPTERS
F8794
1330E
All variants except G , H, J, P
E LT runs
P/N :
AMD T
:
AN
T
S/N :
AR
M
OF
F
ON
IT
C
AU H T
TO O
M "AR
RC
AT
M"
IC
A C TO
E
TI
VA NA B
TIO LE
N
SW
TIC FIXED
VERSION FORFOR
HELICOPTERS
AU
AUTTOM
OM AATIC
FIXED VERSION
HELICOPTERS
QAC23
TSO-C91a
&
TSO-C126
Q A C23 ED62
ED62 TSO-C91a
& TSO-C126
JTSO-2C91a&&ETSO-2C126
JTSO-2C126- IC:
- IC:
1159A-12208AF
ETSO-2C91a
1159A-12208AF
CERTIFIC
FAU27
KANNAD
FRANCE
A T / C A TEGORIE II
AU T OM A TIQUE POR
CONFORME
1330F
1330
56520 GUIDEL
A T COS P AS-SARS
VERSION
Z.I des Cinq Chemins - BP 23
T ABLE
A L A NORME ED62
1335C
COS
COS P
PAS-SARS
AS-SARS AT
AT C
CA
ATEGORY
TEGO RY
II APPR
II APPROO VAL
VAL
Lab el, ARM (220)
ANT ARM OFF ON
EMERGENC
Y LOC AT OR TRANSMITTER
FOR EMERGENC
RC
All varian ts except G
Y USE ON LY
BALISE DE DETRESSE
N'UTILISER QU'EN CAS DE DETRESSE
KANNAD 406 XX
ANT TST OFF ON
KANNAD 406 XX
RC
Variants G, H, J, P
Variant G
Variants G, H, J, P
Lab el, SWITCH TO ARM (240)
SWITCH TO "ARM" TO ENABLE
AUTOM ATIC WATERACTIVATION
Variant P
P/N : Sxxxxxxx-xx
AMDT C D E F G H J K L
S/N : L0751-0013
1 2 3 4 V D C1 C2 C3 CF
P/N :
AMD T
:
S/N :
COS PAS-SARS AT C ATEGORY II APPR
OVAL
Example of
production
stamp (230
After January
2003
SURVI VAL VERSION
Q AC23 ED62 TSO-C91a & TSO-C126
ETSO-2C91a & ETSO-2C126 - IC: 1159A-12208A
FRANCE
Label, NOAA (250)
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A T COS
P AS-SARS
A T / C A TEGORIE II
VERSION SU RVIE
1331
56520 GUIDEL
M
AR
F
OF
ON
RC
T
AN
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CERTIFIC
FAU27
Z.I des Cinq Chemins - BP 23
1332C
KANNAD
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(2) Production stamps, Refer to Figure 6 / 25-63-05-991-016-A01
NOTE:
In order to manage the equipment manufactured or sold, our configuration
management requires the use of production stamps. Accordingly, all assemblies and
sub-assemblies of KANNAD ELTs are identified by a production stamp (230). This
marking enables to determine the status of the equipment and some of its subassemblies. It mainly gives information on:
-
P/N, Part Number;
-
AMDT, amendment;
-
S/N, Serial Number;
-
Manufacturer control status: V = Visual inspection, D = Burn-it, C1 = First
functional control, C2 = Second functional control, C3 = Third functional control,
CF = Final Control.
Figure 6 / 25-63-05-991-016-1
PRODUCTION STAMPS LABELS
Production stamp (230)
Production stamp (230)
Since JAN/2003
NT
A
AR
ON
RC
AN
T
AR
M
OF
FO
N
RC
Production stamp (230)
Up to JAN/2003
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TASK 25-63-05-873 -801-A01
2. OPERATION
Refer to Figure 3 / 25-63-05-991-013-A01
A.
Functions
(1) General
(a) The ELT has four different modes:
-
Off
-
Self-test (temporary mode)
-
Armed (standby mode to permit automatic activation by the shock sensor, the remote
control panel or the water switch sensor on variant P (optional water switch sensor on
variants G, H and J).
-
On (Transmission).
NOTE:
Transmission operates if the beacon is activated (“ON” switch on the ELT
control panel, “ON” switch on the remote control panel with ELT on ARM or
automatic activation).
(2) Modes
(a) Off
1
The ELT is off when the switch is in the “OFF” position. No part of the ELT is energized.
2
This mode must be selected when the ELT is removed from the aircraft.
(b) Self-test
1
The self-test mode is a temporary mode (max duration 5 sec): this mode checks the
main characteristics of the transmitter (Battery voltage, transmission power, VCO
locking, Programming) then permits digital communication with a programming and
testing equipment. Self-test sequence consists in a short no modulated 121.5 / 243
MHz and particular 406.025 MHz transmission (burst 100 msec.). 406.025 MHz selftest transmission is coded with the inverted frame requested by COSPAS-SARSAT
technical specification.
2
This mode is selected:
3
-
When the switch is set from “OFF” to “ARM” for variants A, B, C, D, E, F, H, J, K,
L, M, N, P, and Q (Refer to Table 1 / 25-63-05-992-011-A01);
-
When the switch is set from “OFF” to “TST” for variant G, (Refer to Table 1 / 2563-05-992-011-A01);
-
When the switch is set to “ON” before transmission.
The buzzer operates during the self-test procedure. After approximately 3 seconds, the
test result is displayed on the LED as follows:
-
One long flash indicates a good test
-
A series of short flashes indicates a bad test.
(c) Armed
1
To permit activation, the ELT must be in standby mode with the switch in the “ARM”
position.
NOTE:
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Not applicable to variant G, Refer to Table 1 / 25-63-05-992-011-A01
Variant H, J and P, Refer to Table 1 / 25-63-05-992-011-A01, having no
switch, automatic activation is possible using a water switch sensor (refer to
relevant documentation).
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(d) On
1
2
This mode is selected:
-
Manually when the switch is set to the “ON” position
-
When the Remote Control Panel switch (on the aircraft) is set to the “ON” position
(provided that the ELT switch is in the “ARM” position)
-
When a shock occurs (provided that the ELT switch is in position “ARM” for
variants A, B, C, D, E, F, K, L, M, N and Q) (Refer to Table 1 / 25-63-05-992-011A01)
-
When the water switch sensor is submerged in salt water for variant H, J (option)
and P (Refer to Table 1 / 25-63-05-992-011-A01).
When this mode is selected, the ELT starts transmission:
-
On 121.5 MHz and 243 MHz immediately (continuous transmission, except during
406.025 MHz for variants A, B, C, D, E, F, G, H, J, N, P and Q, Refer to Table 1 /
25-63-05-992-011-A01)
-
On 406.025 MHz after 50 seconds (406 MHz burst at intervals of 50 seconds for
24 hours) (not for variants K, L and M, Refer to Table 1 / 25-63-05-992-011-A01)
-
On 121.5 MHz and 243 MHz at intervals of 60 seconds with aircraft identification
in Morse Code (for variants K, L and M, Refer to Table 1 / 25-63-05-992-011-A01
only, if programmed).
3
The red LED on the ELT and the buzzer operate.
4
In case of accidental activation, the ELT can be reset (set the switch to “OFF”).
NOTE:
5
If activation greatest than 50 seconds, inform ATC (Air Traffic Control).
The number of 406 MHz bursts transmitted is recorded. This information is available
when the ELT is connected to a programming equipment.
Figure 7 / 25-63-05-991-017-1
COMMANDS AND CONTROLS
1330E
F8794
RED LED
3-POSITION
SWITCH
AN
T
AR
M
OF
FO
N
256305-007a01.cgm
RC
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B.
Transmission
(1) The ELTs are designed to transmit on three frequencies (121.5, 243 and 406.025 MHz), but not
variants K, L and M (Refer to Table 1 / 25-63-05-992-011-A01) which transmit only on two
frequencies (121.5 and 243 MHz).
(2) The two basic aeronautical emergency frequencies (121.5 and 243 MHz) are principally used for
homing in the final stages of the rescue operations.
(3) After activation, the transmitter operates continuously on 121.5 and 243.0 MHz with an output
power of 100 mW on each frequency. The modulation is an audio frequency with a downward
sweep from 1420 Hz to 490 Hz with a repetition rate of 3 Hz. The AM modulation factor is more
than 85%.
NOTE:
For ELT variants K, L and M (Refer to Table 1 / 25-63-05-992-011-A01), if
programmed, transmission of the aircraft identification (tail number) in Morse Code on
121.5 and 243 MHz every 60 seconds.
(4) During the first 24 hours of operation, a digital message is transmitted on 406.025 MHz at
intervals of 50 seconds. The output power on 406.025 MHz is approximately 5W.
NOTE:
The 406.025 MHz frequency is used by the COSPAS-SARSAT satellites for precise
pinpointing and identification.
(5) The message transmitted by the ELT on 406.025 MHz is a 112-bit identification message or a
144 bit message when connected to a CS144 interface module.
(6) Biphase L modulation at 400 BPS makes possible to transmit all the related identification
information to the COSPAS-SARSAT satellites in 440 ms (resp 512 ms with 144 bit message).
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TESTING AND FAULT ISOLATION
TASK 25-63-05-700-801-A01
1. TESTING
A.
Preamble
NOTE:
B.
C.
Test Equipment
-
50 ohms load (BNC or TNC plug, Refer to PAGEBLOCK DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION),
BT100AVTRIPLE, Test mock-up for current measurement (Refer to Figure 1001 / 25-63-05-991101-A01), Multimeter (microammeter).
-
DC Power supply 9V 3 A.
Special Precautions and Environmental Conditions
-
D.
E.
A full Testing and Fault Isolation procedure MUST be carried out at each battery
replacement
Temperature: between 15 degrees Celsius and 35 degrees Celsius.
ELT Variants
-
The Emergency Locator Transmitter (ELT) is included in the KANNAD beacon configuration.
-
ELT variants: Refer to Table 1 / 25-63-05-992-011-A01
Beacon Self-test
CAUTION:
THE SELF-TEST MUST ONLY BE PERFORMED WITH AN ANTENNA OR A 50
OHMS LOAD CONNECTED TO THE «ANT» RECEPTACLE. NON RESPECTING
THIS INSTRUCTION CAN DAMAGE THE POWER STAGE AMPLIFIER.
CAUTION:
SELF-TEST SHOULD NOT BE DONE MORE THAN ONCE A WEEK. SHOULD SELFTESTS BE CARRIED OUT MORE THAN THE MAXIMUM ALLOWED, THE BATTERY
LIFE-TIME MIGHT BE AFFECTED.
NOTE:
The beacon self-test is a temporary mode (with a duration of 5 seconds). It is active when
the switch is moved from the “OFF” position to “ARM”, (“TST” for variant G, Refer to Table
1 / 25-63-05-992-011-A01) or “ON”.
-
Connect a 50 Ohm load to the “ANT” receptacle on the front panel of the beacon.
-
Set the beacon switch to ARM or TST (for variant G, Refer to Table 1 / 25-63-05-992-011-A01):
the buzzer will operate.
-
After approximately 3 seconds, the red LED on the front panel shows the result of the self-test:
•
A long flash indicates that the beacon is operating correctly,
•
3 + n short flashes indicates an operating failure (Refer to Table 1002 / 25-63-05-992-102A01). The number «n» of flashes gives an indication of the faulty parameter detected.
Table 1001 / 25-63-05-992-101 : Operating Failure
NO OF
FLASHES
SIGNIFICANCE
Applicability
3+1
Low battery voltage
All variants
3+2
Low transmission
power
All variants
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NO OF
FLASHES
SIGNIFICANCE
Applicability
3+3
Faulty VCO locking
Not for variants K, L & M Refer to Table 1 / 25-63-05-992-011-A01
3 + 4(*)
No ID number
Not for variants K, L & M Refer to Table 1 / 25-63-05-992-011-A01
NOTE:
F.
(*) This result is normal if the beacon is supplied with maintenance DONGLE or
unprogrammed.
Record the test result, then set the Switch to “OFF” (Refer to TASK 25-63-05-700-802-A01
indicating the necessary procedure in relation to the failure symptoms).
Current measurement after battery replacement
(1) Purpose
This test must be carried out (before closing of lower cover) after each battery replacement to
measure the current in transmission and stand by mode.
(2) Procedure
(a) Set up the test model for current measurement (Refer to Figure 1001 / 25-63-05-991-101A01).
NOTE:
Connectors and pins used to make the test model are included in KIT, BAT300
P/N S1820516-99 [Items 161 to 164 of IPL, Refer to (TASK 25-63-05-970-801A01). Wires are not included, AWG18 gauge with a maximum length of 20 cm
(7.87 in.) should be preferred.
(b) Connect a ammeter with a range more than 2A to pins A1 and A2 of the test model.
(c) If available select the «MAX HOLD» function.
(d) Set the ELT to «ARM» position.
-
the ELT perform a self-test
(e) Measure the maximum current during the self-test procedure (duration approx. 500 ms
during 406.025 MHz transmission)
NOTE:
(f)
Current maximum value must be 1.7A for old versions of PCBs or 2.2 A for new
versions of PCB (Refer to Table 2 / 25-63-05-992-011-A01, Page block
DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION to check if your ELT is fitted with an old or new
version of PCB).
If not send the beacon to PART/FAR145 maintenance station approved to perform
maintenance level 3 with CMM 25-63-01.
Connect S1 to S2 (put a jumper)
(g) Replace the ammeter by a micro-ammeter (range 100 microA).
(h) Disconnect S1 from S2 (remove the jumper).
(i)
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Measure the current.
-
It must be less than 50 microA for I286 PCB at amendment K or lower and less than
10microA for I286PCB at amendment L or higher. As I286 PCB amendment cannot be
checked without opening the upper cover of the ELT, check the ELT amendment:
Refer to Table 1002 / 25-63-05-992-102-A01 giving correspondence between ELT
amendment and I286 PCB amendment according to the ELT type.
-
If the current is higher than the maximum value, send the ELT to a Kannad Aviation
Repair & Warranty Centre accredited to perform Level 3 Maintenance with CMM 2563-01.
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Table 1002 / 25-63-05-992-102 : Correspondence between I286 PCB amendment at amendment L or Higher
and ELT amendment according to the ELT type
L OR HIGHER
I286 PCB AMENDMENT
ELT VARIANT
PART NUMBER
ELT AMENDMENT
KANNAD 406 AP
S1820502-02
N OR HIGHER
KANNAD 406 AF
S1821502-02
N OR HIGHER
KANNAD 406 AF-H
S1822502-02
N OR HIGHER
KANNAD 406 AS-TNC
S1823502-03
M OR HIGHER
KANNAD 406 AF (6D)
S1821502-06
L OR HIGHER
KANNAD 406 SURVIVAL
S1823502-05
J OR HIGHER
KANNAD 406 AP-H
S1820502-04
G OR HIGHER
Figure 1001 / 25-63-05-991-101-01
TEST MODEL FOR CURRENT MEASUREMENT
Caution: Take care not to damage the pins with the soldering
TO
BATTERY BT1 or 9V DC power supply
TO
ELT
AWG18, max.length 20 cm (7.87 in.)
S1
S2
A1
A2
Black
Connector : AMP 1722331
2 pins female : AMP 170366-1
256305-101a01.cgm
Red
Connector : AMP 1721651
2 pins male : AMP 170364-1
A
G.
Beacon Operating tests
(1) Operating Test on G-Switch (Not for Variants G, H, J &P)
-
With the 50 Ohm load still plugged, set the beacon switch from «OFF» to «ARM».
-
For variants A, B, C, D, E, F, K, L, M, N and Q, cause abrupt move of the beacon towards
the front.
Note: For variants E, F, M and Q the beacon must have a 45-degree upward tilt.
-
Make sure that the beacon operates (audible buzzer).
-
Switch the beacon to “OFF”.
-
For variants N only, perform again the procedure described above for each of the five other
directions (downwards, upwards, towards the rear, the left and the right).
-
Disconnect the 50 Ohm load.
Do not operate for more than 50 seconds.
(2) Frequency and Power Check
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-
Connect the BNC connector of the ELT front panel to the BT100AVTRIPLE or any
equivalent COSPAS-SARSAT decoder.
CAUTION: SOME DECODERS MAY REQUIRE THE USE OF AN ATTENUATOR (RISK
OF DAMAGE OF THE TEST SET), REFER TO THE APPLICABLE OPERATION MANUAL
INCLUDED WITH THE CONNECTOR.
-
Perform a self-test.
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Measure these frequencies and power values:
•
•
Transmission at 121.5 MHz:
-
Frequency: 121.5 MHz ± 0.006 MHz and 243 MHz ± 0.012 MHz.
-
Power: 100 to 400 mW (20 to 26 dBm).
Transmission at 406.025 MHz (one transmission at intervals of 50 seconds)
-
Frequency: 406.025 MHz ± 0.002MHz.
-
Power: 5 W (37dBm ± 2 dB).
(3) Modulation Factor Check at 121.5 MHz
-
Switch the beacon to «ON».
Do not operate for more than 50 seconds.
-
Make sure that the modulation factor is higher than 85%.
NOTE : the modulation starts AFTER the end of the self-test
-
Switch the beacon to «OFF».
(4) Check of Transmission Coding at 406.025MHz
-
Perform a self-test.
-
Do a check of the code displayed by the COSPAS SARSAT decoder. It must be the full
COSPAS-SARSAT message. It must be, except for the 5th and the 6th digits, identical to
the programmed message.
NOTE:
The message transmitted during self-test sequence always begins with FF FE D0
whereas a programmed message begins with FF FE 2F.
Example of message programmed in ELT:
FF FE 2F 53 C3 24 97 38 0B A6 0F D0 F5 20.
Example of same message decoded by Cospas-Sarsat Decoder:
FF FE D0 53 C3 24 97 38 0B A6 0F D0 F5 20.
-
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Disconnect the COSPAS-SARSAT decoder.
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TASK 25-63-05-700-802-A01
2. FAULT ISOLATION
A.
Fault on Self-Test
Table 1003 / 25-63-05-992-103 : Self-test Result 3+1
Result on self-test = 3+1
Replace battery
Refer to TASK 25-63-05-000-802-A01 then Refer to TASK 25-63-05-400-802-A01
END
Table 1004 / 25-63-05-992-104 : Self-test Result 3+2
Result on self-test = 3+2
Send beacon to an accredited Orolia S.A.S maintenance station authorized to use CMM 25-63-01
END
Table 1005 / 25-63-05-992-105 : Self-test Result 3+3
Result on self-test = 3+3
Send beacon to an accredited Orolia S.A.S maintenance station authorized to use CMM 25-63-01
END
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Table 1006 / 25-63-05-992-106 : Self-test Result 3+4
Result on self-test = 3+4
Check Transmission coding
Refer to Beacon Operating tests
No
Coding OK
Connect the mating programming dongle
Send beacon to an accredited Orolia
S.A.S. maintenance station authorized to
use CMM 25-63-01
if any
Yes
Yes
Coding OK
No
END
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DISASSEMBLY
TASK 25-63-05-000-801-A01
1. General
A.
Preamble
NOTE:
B.
If the purpose of the disassembly is to replace the battery, a full Testing and Fault isolation
must be carried out. Refer to PAGEBLOCK TESTING AND FAULT ISOLATION
Introduction
(1) This section gives the procedures for the disassembly of the equipment. The components are
identified by their “Figure - Item” number in the Illustrated Parts List (Refer to Figure 10001 / 2563-05-991-010-A01): the first number in brackets is the reference of the Illustrated Parts List
figure, the second number in brackets is the number used to find the item in the corresponding
figure (example: 1-70 means Figure IPL10001 - Item number 70).
NOTE:
C.
For batteries replacement, only the lower cover shall be removed.
Precautions
CAUTION:
BEFORE THE START OF WORK ON THE BEACON, MAKE SURE THAT THE
FRONT PANEL SWITCH IS SET TO “OFF”.
IN CASE OF COVER DISASSEMBLY, REPLACE O-RING AND PERFORM THE
BEACON TIGHTNESS PROCEDURE GIVEN IN THE PAGEBLOCK ASSEMBLY
(REFER TO SUBTASK 25-63-05-430-003-A01).
D.
Tools, Fixtures and Equipment
(1) Special Tools, Fixtures Equipment List
(a) Refer to PAGEBLOCK SPECIAL TOOLS, FIXTURES, EQUIPEMENT AND
CONSUMABLES
E.
Consumables
(1) Consumables List
(a) Refer to PAGEBLOCK SPECIAL TOOLS, FIXTURES, EQUIPEMENT AND
CONSUMABLES
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TASK 25-63-05-000-802-A01
2. Disassembly
Refer to Figure 10001 / 25-63-05-991-010-A01
A.
Procedure
NOTE:
Refer to PAGEBLOCK DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION
SUBTASK 25-63-05-020-001-A01
(1) Removal of the Auxiliary Antenna (1-70) (*)
NOTE:
(*) For variants A, B, G, H, J, P and Q only, Refer to Table 1 / 25-63-05-992-011-A01.
(a) Cut the nylon thread (1-50) at the two loops.
(b) Remove the auxiliary antenna (1-70).
SUBTASK 25-63-05-020-002-A01
(2) Removal of the Lanyard (1-20) (*)
NOTE:
(*) For variants A, B, G, H, J, P and Q only, Refer to Table 1 / 25-63-05-992-011-A01.
(a) Open the square knot and keep the lanyard (1-20) with the snap hook (1-30).
(b) Open the square knot and remove the snap hook (1-30).
SUBTASK 25-63-05-020-003-A01
(3) Removal of Water Switch Sensor (1-75) (**)
NOTE:
(**) For variant P only (G, H and J, option), Refer to Table 1 / 25-63-05-992-011-A01.
(a) Disconnect the Water Switch Sensor (1-75) from the DIN-12 receptacle.
(b) Remove the Water Switch Sensor from the Water Switch hole.
SUBTASK 25-63-05-020-004-A01
(4) Removal of the Floating Collar (1-80) (**)
NOTE:
(**) For variants G, H, J and P only, Refer to Table 1 / 25-63-05-992-011-A01.
(a) Push the floating collar (1-80) carefully up to remove it from the housing (1-190) of the
beacon.
SUBTASK 25-63-05-020-005-A01
(5) Removal of Battery BT1 (1-130)
Refer to Figure 3001 / 25-63-05-991-301-A01
(a) Remove the eight screws (1-100) that hold the lower cover (1-90).
(b) Remove the lower cover (1-90).
(c) Remove the O-ring (1-180) from the lower cover (1-90) and discard it.
(d) Take the battery (1-130) out of its housing (1-190).
(e) Disconnect the battery (1-130), then remove it.
(f)
Remove the foam wedges (1-150 and 1-160) and discard them.
(g) Take out the desiccant capsule (1-140) and discard it.
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1315D
Figure 3001 / 25-63-05-991-301-1
REMOVAL OF BATTERY
190
1330E
F8794
AN
T
AR
M
O
FF
O
N
RC
160
150
140
130
180
90
256305-301a01.cgm
100
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CLEANING
TASK 25-63-05-100-801-A01
1. Cleaning Equipment
A.
List
-
Lint-free rag.
-
Soft brush.
-
Low-pressure, dry air compressor.
TASK 25-63-05-110-801-A01
2. Cleaning Procedure
A.
Plastic Parts
CAUTION:
NOTE:
NEVER USE ALCOHOL OR SOLVENT
Refer to Figure 10001 / 25-63-05-991-010-A01
(1) Clean all plastic parts, the covers (1-90) and the housing assembly (1-270) (outer faces only)
with a rag soaked in soapy water.
(2) Rub the parts with a damp rag and dry them in dry compressed air at low pressure.
B.
Connectors
(1) Clean the connectors with a soft brush or a lint-free rag.
(2) If necessary, blow them with low pressure dry compressed air.
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ASSEMBLY
TASK 25-63-05-400-801-A01
1. General
A.
Preamble
NOTE:
B.
If the battery has been replaced, ensure that a full Testing and Fault isolation is carried out.
Refer to chapter Testing and Fault isolation. PAGEBLOCK TESTING AND FAULT
ISOLATION
Introduction
(1) This section gives the procedures for the assembly of the equipment. The components are
identified by their “Figure - Item” number in the Illustrated Parts List (Refer to Figure 10001 / 2563-05-991-010-A01).
(2) Assemble the unit in a clean, dust-free area in accordance with the procedure that follows. Use
good standard workshop practices.
(3) Examine the parts ( PAGEBLOCK Check NOT APPLICABLE) before you start the assembly.
C.
Special Instruction
CAUTION:
D.
BEFORE WORK ON THE BEACON, MAKE SURE THAT THE FRONT PANEL
SWITCH IS SET TO “OFF”.
Tools, Fixtures and Equipment
(1) Special Tools, Fixtures Equipment List
(a)
E.
PAGEBLOCK SPECIAL TOOLS, FIXTURES, EQUIPEMENT AND CONSUMABLES
Consumable
(1) Consumable List
(a)
F.
PAGEBLOCK SPECIAL TOOLS, FIXTURES, EQUIPEMENT AND CONSUMABLES
Installation of Bracket
(1) For the Mounting Brackets: Refer to ACMM ATA No 25-63-11 and No 25-63-12.
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TASK 25-63-05-400-802-A01
2. Assembly
Refer to Figure 10001 / 25-63-05-991-010-A01
A.
Procedure
SUBTASK 25-63-05-430-001-A01
(1) Installation of Battery (1-130)
(a) Preparation and Installation of a Replacement Label (1-120) for the Housing Assembly (1190) (Refer to Figure 7001 / 25-63-05-991-701-A01).
NOTE:
1
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The battery kit (1-110) is supplied with a new identification label (1-120). After
each replacement of the battery (1-130), it is necessary to write all information
relating to the replaced battery (PN and expiry date) on this identification label
(1-120).
Write the following data on a new Identification Label (1-120), in black ink or with a label
printer:
a
Fill the field «Battery Type» with the P/N of the new battery,
b
Fill the field «Battery Expiry Date» with the «Expiry» information of the new
battery,
c
Fill the field «Inspection Date» with today's date.
d
Fill the field «Next Control» with the date of next mandatory control according to
the regulation in effect.
2
Copy the programming information of the old label.
3
Remove the old label from the housing assembly (1-190).
4
Rub with a lintless cloth to remove all signs of bonding compound.
CAUTION: NEVER USE SOLVENT.
5
Remove the protection from the bottom of the new label (1-120).
6
Stick the new label (1-120) in the middle of beacon’s rear panel.
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Figure 7001 / 25-63-05-991-701-1
REPLACEMENT OF IDENTIFICATION LABEL
Battery pack (1-130)
Identification label (1-120)
AN
T
AR
M
OF
FO
N
RC
14 (0.55)
TOP
1c
1b
1d
Inspection
Next
Date :
Control :
1a
Battery type :
6
TN
ICAO
Identification Number :
AOD
S/N
TEST
1315D
63 (2.48)
Battery Expiry Date :
Identification Protocol :
Cospas Sarsat Number (CSN):
Beacon Identification code (15 HEX ID) :
4
Beacon rear panel
MSN :
256305-701a01.cgm
Tail Number :
Identification
label (1-120)
(b) Check of current
Perform a current measurement in transmission and stand by mode (Refer to Current
measurement after battery replacement, TASK 25-63-05-700-801-A01).
(c)
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Installation of Battery Compartment Components (Refer to Figure 3001 / 25-63-05-991301-A01).
1
variants A, B, C, D, E, F, K, L, M, N and Q: install the small foam wedges (1-160) in the
housing assembly (1-190).
variants G, H, J and P: install only one small foam wedge (1-160) in the housing
assembly (1-190).
2
Put the battery (1-130) in its compartment with its label on the outer side.
3
Connect the battery (1-130).
4
Install the connectors in the bottom of the compartment.
5
Install the large foam wedge (1-150) in the housing assembly (1-190).
6
Install the desiccant capsule (1-140) in the large foam wedge, with the cardboard side
on the outer side.
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(d) Check of battery
NOTE:
1
The battery must be checked before closing the battery compartment
Carry out a self-test (Refer to TASK 25-63-05-700-801-A01)
NOTE:
as explained TASK 25-63-05-400-801-A01, a self test must only be
performed with an antenna or a 50 ohms load connected to the antenna
receptacle.
SUBTASK 25-63-05-430-002-A01
(2) Installation of Lower Cover (1-90).
CAUTION:
BEFORE TIGHTENING A SCREW, TURN IT COUNTER-CLOCKWISE TO FIND
THE START OF THE HOUSING THREAD (AUDIBLE CLICK)
(a) Put a new O-ring (1-180) in the lower cover (1-90).
(b) Install the lower cover (1-90) in the correct assembly direction (the ear of the lower cover
points to the front of the beacon) and install the eight screws (1-100).
(c) Tighten the eight screws (1-100) in the sequence shown (Refer to Figure 7002 / 25-63-05991-702-A01), to a torque of 0.9 +0, -0.1 Newton x meter.
5
3
2
8
7
1
4
6
256305-703a01.cgm
Figure 7002 / 25-63-05-991-702-1
COVER SCREW TIGHTENING
SUBTASK 25-63-05-430-003-A01
(3) Check of Beacon Tightness
(a) Soak the beacon vertically in a tank that contains sufficient water at 60 degrees Celsius
-5 degrees Celsius to cover the beacon.
+/
(b) Make sure that, after 5 minutes, no string of air bubbles is released from:
-
The bearing surfaces of the seals,
-
The side that has the connectors, the switch and the LED,
-
The attaching points (screws).
-
Take the beacon out of the water and dry it.
NOTE:
Some air bubbles can escape, in particular those caught in the hollow areas
of the shaped edge.
If there is a leak, remove the beacon from the water rapidly and open it to
remove all signs of moisture, then find the cause of the leak and correct as
necessary.
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SUBTASK 25-63-05-430-004-A01
(4) Final Operations
(a) To install floating collar, lanyard and auxiliary antenna Refer to Figure 7003 / 25-63-05-991703-A01, for the parts Refer to Figure 10001 / 25-63-05-991-010-A01
Figure 7003 / 25-63-05-991-703-1
Final Operations
Antenna
Floating collar
(Variants G, H, J and P only)
Water Switch Sensor
(Variant P only)
Water Switch hole
Upper cov
Holes alignment axis
Lanyard hole
XX
X
XX
X
X
XX
Antenna hole
XX
XX
Housing
Snap hook
256305-703a01.cgm
Lanyard
(b) Installation of the Floating Collar (1-80) (*).
NOTE:
(c)
(*) For variants G, H, J and P only, Refer to Table 1 / 25-63-05-992-011-A01.
1
Position the floating collar (1-80) on the top of the beacon so that the lanyard and
antenna holes are aligned with the front panel connectors.
2
Push the floating collar (1-80) down until it locks into the upper cavities of the housing.
Installation of the Lanyard (1-20) (**).
NOTE:
(**) For variants A, B, G, H, J, P and Q only, Refer to Table 1 / 25-63-05-992-011A01.
1
Put the lanyard through the snap hook (1-30) and make a square knot.
2
Stow the lanyard (1-20) and attach it with an elastic band.
3
Put the other end of the lanyard (1-20) in the right hole of upper cover (1-90) (opposite
the antenna connector) and attach it with a square knot.
4
Install the part of lanyard stowed with the elastic band in the hole of the floating collar
on the antenna receptacle side.
NOTE:
to install the lanyard in the hole of the floating collar, it is recommended to
attach it with a thread, pass this thread through the hole, pull the thread until
to lanyard complete installation then remove the thread.
(d) Installation of the Water Switch Sensor (1-75) (**).
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NOTE:
(**) For variant P only, Refer to Table 1 / 25-63-05-992-011-A01.
1
Pass the electrodes of the water switch sensor through the water switch hole (Refer to
Figure 7003 / 25-63-05-991-703-A01) so that they are almost level with the lower part
of the floating collar (Refer to Figure 7004 / 25-63-05-991-704-A01).
2
Connect the DIN-12 connector of the water switch sensor to the DIN-12 receptacle of
the front panel (Refer to Figure 7004 / 25-63-05-991-704-A01).
Figure 7004 / 25-63-05-991-704-1
Water Switch Sensor Installation
Ant
RC
256305-704a01.cgm
RC
Arm Off On
Arm Off On
Ant
Electrodes
(e) Installation of the Auxiliary Antenna (1-70) (**).
NOTE:
(f)
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(**) For variants A, B, G, H, J, P and Q only, Refer to Table 1 / 25-63-05-992-011A01.
1
Make a loop of nylon thread (1-50) around the base of the auxiliary antenna (1-70)
(above the knurled ring), put a metal ring (1-40) on the line (with the end lightly further
than the end of the ring) and tighten with flat pliers.
2
Put a heat shrink sleeve (1-60) 20 mm (0.78 in) in length on the ring (1-40) and shrink it.
3
At the other end, put a heat shrink sleeve (1-60) 20 mm (0.78 in) in length and a metal
ring (1-40) on the line.
4
Put the line through the left hole of the upper cover (1-90) (antenna connector side),
make a loop and install a metal ring (1-40) in the line (with the end lightly further than
the end of the ring) and crimp with flat pliers.
5
Shrink the shrink sleeve (1-60).
6
On the ELT variants G, H, J and P only (Refer to Table 1 / 25-63-05-992-011-A01),
connect the auxiliary antenna to the “ANT” receptacle, then bend it and break off the
end in the hole of the floating collar on the 12-pin connector side.
If necessary, install the protective cap (1-10) on the front panel connector.
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SPECIAL TOOLS, FIXTURES, EQUIPEMENT AND CONSUMABLES
TASK 25-63-05-940-801-A01
1. General
A.
Scope
(1) This pageblock gives the tools, fixtures, equipment and consumable that are necessary for
operations on the equipment (with their recommended suppliers).
TASK 25-63-05-940-802-A01
2. Tools, Fixtures and Equipment
A.
Special Tools, Fixtures and Equipment.
(1) The special tools, fixtures and test equipment are given in the Testing and Fault Isolation Section
(Refer to PAGEBLOCK TESTING AND FAULT ISOLATION).
NOTE:
B.
You can use alternative equipment from other suppliers if they have equivalent
properties.
Standard Tools, Fixtures and Equipment.
(1) The standard tools, fixtures and test equipment are given in the Testing and Fault Isolation
Section (Refer to PAGEBLOCK TESTING AND FAULT ISOLATION and Refer to Table 9001 /
25-63-05-992-901-A01).
NOTE:
You can use alternative equipment from other suppliers if they have equivalent
properties.
Table 9001 / 25-63-05-992-901 : Standard Tools
USE
DESIGNATION
Characteristics
1
Digital voltmeter
COMMERCIALLY AVAILABLE X
Digital ammeter
COMMERCIALLY AVAILABLE X
Power supply source
9 VDC 3A
COSPAS SARSAT decoder
3
4
5
6
7
COMMERCIALLY AVAILABLE X
BT100AVTRIPLE,
Orolia P/N 0140956
X
or AEROFLEX IFR 4000
option 1 or equivalent(2)
Load 50 Ohm BNC 1 Watt
COMMERCIALLY AVAILABLE X
Load 50 Ohm TNC 1 Watt
COMMERCIALLY AVAILABLE X
Dynamometric (torque) screwdriver
FACOM A.312 or equivalent
X
X
TORX® bit 10
COMMERCIALLY AVAILABLE
X
X
NOTE:
(1) The meanings of the numbers in the USE column are as follow:
1: TESTING, 3: DISASSEMBLY, 4: CLEANING, 5: CHECK, 6: REPAIR,
7: ASSEMBLY.
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(2) Cospas Sarsat tester equivalent properties
-
Capable to measure power and frequencies of 121.5, 243 and 406.025 MHz
(burst)
-
Capable to decode a COSPAS-SARSAT digital message
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ILLUSTRATED PARTS LIST
TASK 25-63-05-990-00-A01
1. Introduction
A.
General
(1) This ILLUSTRATED PARTS LIST (IPL) is prepared to ATA Specification 100. It is divided as
follows:
B.
-
INTRO: Introduction
-
OPL: Optional Parts List
-
VCL: Vendor Code List
-
EDI: Equipment Designator Index
-
NI: Numerical Index (in alphanumeric order)
-
Detailed Parts List.
Function and Use
(1) The IPL contains a list of all the components used in the equipment. Its function is to help the
procurement of parts and sub assemblies. The parts given in the IPL must be procured by the
Part Numbers and from the manufacturers given in the Parts List. If not, the warranty can be
cancelled.
(2) It is possible to identify parts as follows:
(a) From the Manufacturer's Part Number
1
Find the related Part Number in the Numerical Index (alpha and num). The columns to
the right give the figure and item number of the part in the Detailed Parts List.
(b) From the Equipment Designator (for electronic components)
1
(c)
-
The figure and item number of the component in the Detailed Parts List.
-
In some cases, there is an individual EDI for each PCB. In this case, the EDI has
a GEO LOC column which shows the geographical location of the component on
the figure (in relation to terminal 1 of the component).
If the Part Number or Equipment Designator of the Part are not known
1
C.
Find the equipment designator of the component on the Electrical Diagram. Then refer
to the EDI to find:
Look for the figure which shows the part and its item number. Then refer to the Detailed
Parts List to find its Part Number.
How to use the Detailed Parts List
(1) The Detailed Parts List contains one or more figures which show the main assemblies of the
equipment. Details of the parts are given on the opposite and subsequent pages.
(2) The list is divided into these columns:
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1st column: Figure Item - Figure and Item number
-
2nd column: Part Number - Manufacturer's Part Number
-
3rd column: Airline Stock Number
-
4th column: Nomenclature
-
5th column: Effectivity Code
-
6th column: Units per assy - Quantity for the next higher assembly.
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(3) Details of the columns:
(a) Figure and Item Number
1
The figure number is given on the first line at the top of each page. Each item in the
parts list which has a part number also has an item number. If there is a dash in front
of an item number, the item is not shown on the figure. A letter before the item number
refers to the figure which shows a variant of the related part. A letter after the item
number identifies a variant of the part.
(b) Part Number
1
Each assembly, sub assembly and detail part has a manufacturer's Part Number (if it
is shown on the figures or not). If the Part Number has more than 15 characters, the
data in this column is given for identification only. The full manufacturer's Part Number
is given in the NOMENCLATURE column, after the indication «ORDER OVERLGTH
MPN...». It is followed by the FSCM (Federal Supply Code for Manufacturer).
(c) Airline Stock Number
1
This column is for airline use.
(d) Nomenclature
1
The NOMENCLATURE column gives the names of the assemblies and parts. The
indication «ATTACHING PARTS» shows the parts which attach an assembly or part.
These attaching parts are given directly below the assembly or part they attach. The
next line has three asterisks, the first of which is directly below the item which is
attached.
2
A Vendor Code is given for all the items which do not have a prime manufacturer's Part
Number. This Vendor Code is given at the right of the NOMENCLATURE column. The
addresses and codes of Vendors are given in the VENDOR CODE LIST.
3
If a part can come from a range of possible parts, the indication «SEL FROM» is given
below the part. The indication «ESDS» is given in the NOMENCLATURE column for
electronic components which are sensitive to electrostatic discharges.
(e) Effectivity Code
1
FIGURE
The Effectivity Code is a letter which shows the interchangeability of the parts on a
figure, as shown below:
PART NUMBER
ITEM
AIRLINE
STOCK
NO.
NOMENCLATURE
EFF.
CODE
UN PER
ASSY
1- 1A
B490AAM0101
UNIT
RF
- 1B
B490AAM0202
UNIT
RF
- 1C
B490AAM0303
UNIT
RF
- 1D
B490AAM0404
UNIT
RF
10A
F1234560
.DETAIL PART
1A
1
10B
F1234561
.DETAIL PART
1ABC
1
10C
F1234562
.DETAIL PART
1D
1
20A
F2345670
.SUBASSY
1A
1
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FIGURE
PART NUMBER
ITEM
AIRLINE
STOCK
NO.
NOMENCLATURE
EFF.
CODE
UN PER
ASSY
20B
F2345671
.SUBASSY
1ABC
1
20C
F2345672
.SUBASSY
1
20D
F2345673
.SUBASSY
1
ATTACHING PARTS
30A
F3456780
.DETAIL PART
1
***
40A
F4567890
..DETAIL PART OF SUBASSY
20A
1
40B
F4567891
..DETAIL PART OF SUBASSY
20AB
1
40C
F4567892
..DETAIL PART OF SUBASSY
20ABC
1
40D
F4567893
..DETAIL PART OF SUBASSY
20D
1
(f)
-
The detail part with item number 10A can only be installed in the unit with item number
1A.
-
The detail part with item number 10B can be installed in units 1A, 1B and 1C.
-
The detail part with item number 10C can only be installed in unit 1D.
-
The sub assembly with item number 20A can only be installed in unit 1A.
-
The sub assembly with item number 20B can be installed in units 1A, 1B and 1C.
-
The sub assemblies with item numbers 20C and 20D and their attaching parts 30A can
be installed in all the units with item number 1. Thus, they do not have an effectivity
code.
-
The detail part with item number 40A can only be installed in the sub assembly with
item number 20A.
-
The detail part with item number 40B can be installed in sub assemblies 20A, and 20B.
-
The detail part with item number 40C can be installed in sub assemblies 20A, 20B and
20C.
-
The detail part with item number 40D can only be installed in sub assembly 20D.
Units per Assy
1
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The UNITS PER ASSY column shows the number of parts necessary for the next
higher assembly. For some assemblies or parts, the number is replaced by the letters
RF (for Reference) and AR (As Required).
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D.
Abbreviations used in the Detailed Parts List
(1) List of abbreviations
AR :
As Required
AMDMNT :
Amendment
DET :
Detail
EFF :
Effectivity
ESDS :
Electrostatic Discharge Sensitive
NHA :
Next Higher Assembly
NP :
Not Procurable
OPT :
Optional
ORDER OVERLGTH MPN : Order Overlength Manufacturer's Part Number
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POST SB :
Post Service Bulletin
PRE SB :
Pre Service Bulletin
R:
Revised
RF :
For Reference
SEL FROM :
Select From
SUPSD BY :
Superseded By
SUPSDS :
Supersedes
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VENDOR CODE LIST
(TASK 25-63-05-980-801-A01)
CODE
VENDOR'S ADDRESS
VFAU27
Orolia S.A.S.
ZI DES CINQ CHEMINS- CS10028
56520 GUIDEL
FRANCE
VF9213
EJOT FRANCE SARL
RUE DU CLIMONT
67220 NEUVE EGLISE
FRANCE
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EQUIPMENT DESIGNATOR INDEX
(TASK 25-63-05-960-801-A01)
EQUIPMT GEO FIGURE
LOC ITEM
DESIG
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NUMERICAL INDEX
(TASK 25-63-05-970-801-A01)
PART NUMBER
AIRLINE STOCK NO.
FIGURE
ITEM
TLA
REQ
0120841
1
40A
2
0120853
1
30A
1
0120904
1
60A
2
0122993
1
120A
1
0122996
1
210A
1
0122997
1
210B
1
0123001
1
200A
1
0123002
1
200B
1
0123004
1
200C
1
0123006
1
200D
1
0123007
1
290B
1
0123008
1
200E
1
0123010
1
210A
1
0123175
1
240A
1
0123272
1
200F
1
0123320
1
230A
4
0123390
1
200G
1
0123831
1
140A
1
0124012
1
50A
AR
0124014
1
20A
AR
0124115
1
180A
1
0124194
1
70B
1
0124206
1
70A
1
0126374
1
161A
1
0126375
1
162A
1
0126601
1
163A
1
0126602
1
164A
1
0131641
1
80A
1
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PART NUMBER
AIRLINE STOCK NO.
FIGURE
ITEM
TLA
REQ
0131948
1
90A
2
0132014
1
160A
2
0132015
1
150A
1
0132027
1
185A
1
0132205
1
85A
1
0133859
1
10A
1
0137375
1
100A
16
0141393
1
210C
1
0141394
1
200H
1
0145564
1
250A
1
0146375
1
50B
AR
S1820502-01
1
-
1A
RF
S1820502-02
1
-
1B
RF
S1820502-04
1
-
1Q
RF
S1820506-01
1
130A
1
S1820506-02
1
160B
1
S1820507-01
1
190A
1
S1820507-02
1
190B
1
S1820507-03
1
190C
1
S1820514-13
1
75A
1
S1820516-99
1
-
110A
1
S1821502-01
1
-
1C
RF
S1821502-02
1
-
1D
RF
S1821502-06
1
-
1N
RF
S1822502-01
1
-
1E
RF
S1822502-02
1
-
1F
RF
S1823502-01
1
-
1G
RF
S1823502-02
1
-
1H
RF
S1823502-03
1
-
1J
RF
S1823502-05
1
-
1P
RF
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PART NUMBER
AIRLINE STOCK NO.
FIGURE
ITEM
TLA
REQ
S1824502-01
1
-
1K
RF
S1824502-02
1
-
1L
RF
S1826502-02
1
-
1M
RF
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ELT,KANNAD 406
(25-63-05-950-010-A01)
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Figure 10001 / 25-63-05-991-010-01
ELT,KANNAD 406
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PARTS LIST
(TASK 25-63-05-970-801-A01)
FIGURE
10001
ITEM
-1A
- 1B
- 1C
- 1D
- 1E
- 1F
- 1G
- 1H
- 1J
- 1K
- 1L
- 1M
- 1N
- 1P
- 1Q
PART NUMBER
10A
0133859
20A
0124014
30A
0120853
40A
0120841
50A
0124012
50B
0146375
60A
0120904
70A
0124206
70B
0124194
75A
80A
S1820514-13
0131641
85A
90A
0132205
0131948
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S1820502-01
S1820502-02
S1821502-01
S1821502-02
S1822502-01
S1822502-02
S1823502-01
S1823502-02
S1823502-03
S1824502-01
S1824502-02
S1826502-02
S1821502-06
S1823502-05
S1820502-04
AIRLINE
STOCK
NO.
NOMENCLATURE
1234567
ELT,KANNAD 406AP
ELT,KANNAD 406AP
ELT,KANNAD 406AF
ELT,KANNAD 406AF
ELT,KANNAD 406AF-H
ELT,KANNAD 406AF-H
ELT,KANNAD 406AS
ELT,KANNAD 406AS
ELT,KANNAD 406AS-TNC
ELT,KANNAD 121AF
ELT,KANNAD 121AF
ELT,KANNAD 121AF-H
ELT,KANNAD 406AF (6D)
ELT,KANNAD SURVIVAL
ELT,KANNAD 406 AP-H
STORAGE PARTS
.CAP,PROTECTIVE
***
.LANYARD
DIA 2MM L 3M
.HOOK,SNAP BLACK NYLON
.SLEEVE,METALLIC INT
DIA 2.2
.THREAD,NYLON
DIA 1X25
SUPSD BY ITEM 50B
.THREAD,NYLON
DIA 1X25
SUPSD ITEM 50A
.SHEATH,HEAT SHRINKABLE
.AUXILIARY ANTENNA, ANT 100
(BNC)
.AUXILIARY ANTENNA, ANT 110
(TNC)
.WATER SWITCH SENSOR
.FLOATING COLLAR
.BALLAST, WATER SWITCH
.COVER
ATTACHING PARTS
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CODE PER
ASS
RF
RF
RF
RF
RF
RF
RF
RF
RF
RF
RF
RF
RF
RF
RF
1
1ABG
HJPQ
1ABG
HJPQ
1ABG
HJPQ
1ABG
HJPQ
AR
1ABG
HJPQ
AR
1ABG
HJPQ
1ABG
HQ
1JP
2
1P
1GHJ
P
1P
1
1
1
2
AR
1
1
4
2
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PARTS LIST
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FIGURE PART NUMBER
10001
ITEM
100A
N1452K30X14A2
-110A
120A
S1820516-99
0122993
130A
130B
140A
150A
S1820506-01
S1820506-02
0123831
0132015
160A
0132014
161A
0126374
162A
0126375
163A
0126601
164A
0126602
180A
185A
0124115
0132027
190A
S1820507-01
190B
S1820507-02
190C
200A
S1820507-03
0123001
200B
0123002
200C
'0123005
200D
0123006
200E
0123008
200F
0123272
200G
0123390
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EFF. UN.
CODE PER
1234567
ASS
.SCREW,TAPPING THREAD.................VF9213
16
FORMING
(0137375)
***
.KIT, BAT300
..LABEL,IDENTIFICATION
KANNAD 121-406
..BATTERY, BAT300
NP
..BATTERY, BAT300
NP
..CAPSULE,DESICCANT
..WEDGE,FOAM
LARGE
..WEDGE,FOAM
SMALL
..PLUG, 2PTS MALE AMP 172165-1
FOR BTY CURRENT MEASUREMENT
..PLUG, 2PTS FEMALE AMP 172233-1
FOR BTY CURRENT MEASUREMENT
..CRIMP CONTACT, MALE AMP 170364-1
FOR BTY CURRENT MEASUREMENT
..CRIMP CONTACT, FEMALE AMP 170366-1
FOR BTY CURRENT MEASUREMENT
..O-RING
.BALLAST
1GHJ
P
.HOUSING,ASSY
1ACE
GK
.HOUSING,ASSY
1BDF
HLMN
Q
.HOUSING,ASSY
1JP
.LABEL,INSTRUCTION
1ABQ
(KANNAD 406AP)
.LABEL,INSTRUCTION
1CD
(KANNAD 406AF, EES01328)
.LABEL,INSTRUCTION
1EF
(KANNAD 406AF-H, EES01330)
.LABEL,INSTRUCTION
1GHJ
(KANNAD 406AS, EES01331)
.LABEL,INSTRUCTION
1KL
(KANNAD 121AF, EES01333)
.LABEL,INSTRUCTION
1M
(KANNAD 121AF-H, EES01364)
.LABEL,INSTRUCTION
1N
(KANNAD 406AF (6D), EES01758)
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1
1
1
1
2
1
1
2
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
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FIGURE PART NUMBER
10001
ITEM
200H
0141394
200J
0143018
210A
0123010
210B
0123007
210C
0141393
210D
0143019
220A
0122996
220B
0122997
- 230A
0123320
240A
0123175
250A
0145564
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.LABEL,INSTRUCTION
(KANNAD 406 SURVIVAL, EES01846)
.LABEL,INSTRUCTION
(KANNAD 406AP-H, EES01878)
.LABEL,INSTRUCTION
(FRENCH KANNAD 406AP, EES01335)
.LABEL,INSTRUCTION
(FRENCH KANNAD 406AS, EES01332)
.LABEL,INSTRUCTION
(FRENCH KANNAD 406 SURVIVAL,
EES01847)
.LABEL,INSTRUCTION
(FRENCH KANNAD 406AP-H, EES01879)
.LABEL,ARM
(EES01318)
.LABEL,TST
(EES01319)
.LABEL,PRODUCTION STAMP
(EES01685)
.LABEL,SWITCH TO ARM
(EES01523)
.LABEL,NOAA
(EES01950)
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CODE PER
ASS
1P
1
1Q
1
1ABQ
1
1GHJ
1
1P
1
1Q
1
1ABC
DEFH
JKLM
NPQ
1G
1
1
4
1P
1
ó
1
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STORAGE (INCLUDING TRANSPORTATION)
TASK 25-63-05-550 -801-A01
1. Storage
A.
General
(a) Ensure the switch is in OFF position.
(b) Put the beacon in its transport package, taking all necessary steps to protect it from any
possible impact.
NOTE:
- for variants G, H, J and P (Refer to Table 1 / 25-63-05-992-011-A01) beacon:
first place the beacon in its transport bag (if supplied).
- for variant J and P, install the protective cap (1-10) on connector of front panel
(Refer to Figure 10001 / 25-63-05-991-010-A01).
(c)
Place the beacon follow-up log in the package.
(d) On the package, affix a label giving the following indications:
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manufacturer company name,
•
equipment name,
•
equipment part number,
•
equipment serial number,
•
date of next servicing,
•
date of delivery.
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