TM 11-5820-509-35
TECHNICAL MANUAL
DIRECT SUPPORT, GENERAL SUPPORT,
AND DEPOT
MAINTENANCE MANUAL
INCLUDING REPAIR PARTS AND SPECIAL TOOLS LISTS
RADIO SET AN/PRC-47
This copy is a reprint which includes current pages from Changes 1 and 2.
HEADQUARTERS DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY
NOVEMBER 1974
WARNING
Avoid contact with the high-voltage circuits and the antenna terminal of the radio transmitter-receiver
while performing trouble isolation procedures personal injury may result.
WARNING
The 650- and 1500-volts potentials at the power amplifier screen and plate electrodes are extremely
dangerous. Avoid contact with these circuits.
WARNING
Place the POWER-LIGHTS switch to POWER OFF, disconnect the primary power source cable from the
front of RT-671/PRC-47, and discharge the plate circuit capacitors and high-voltage filter capacitors in
the power supply before proceeding with the following test. Personal injury or death can result from
these dangerous voltages.
WARNING
Avoid contact with the high-voltage circuits of Signal Data translator CV-1377A/PRC-47 (A3), Power
Supply PP-3518/PRC-47 (A5). and in the power amplifier compartment. These voltages can cause
personal injury or death.
WARNING
Before removing any equipment cover or module from Radio Receiver-Transmitter RT-671/PRC-47,
disconnect all power from the unit.
WARNING
High voltages are present in the circuits associated with Signal Data Translator CV-1377A/PRC-47,
Power Supply PP-3518/PRC-47, and the power amplifier compartment. These voltages are dangerous
and can cause personal injury or death. Ground the two high-voltage terminals on the main chassis (J1A1 and J1-A2) to discharge the capacitors in the high voltage circuits before beginning maintenance
within the chassis or inside any module.
WARNING
Before further disassembly, short-circuit connector pins P1-A1 and P1-A2 to ground to discharge the
high-voltage filter capacitors. Personal injury or death can result from these voltages.
WARNING
High voltages are present on circuit components associated with the power amplifier stage. These
voltages are dangerous and can be fatal. Before beginning tube replacement, ground the two highvoltage terminals (J1-A1 and J1-A2) on the main chassis to discharge the filter capacitors in this
equipment.
*TM 11-5820-509-35
TECHNICAL MANUAL
HEADQUARTERS
DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY
WASHINGTON, DC, 29 November 1974
No. 11-5820-509-35
Direct Support, General Support and
Depot Maintenance Manual
(Including Repair Parts and Special Tools List)
RADIO SET AN/PRC-47
Paragraph
CHAPTER 1.
2.
Section I.
Section II.
CHAPTER 3.
Section I.
Section II.
Section III.
Section IV.
Section V.
INTRODUCTION
Scope.................................................................................................................................
Indexes of publications .......................................................................................................
Reporting of errors .............................................................................................................
Reporting equipment improvement recommendations (EIR)................................................
Administrative storage ........................................................................................................
Destruction of Army electronics materiel .............................................................................
Historical revisions to equipment ........................................................................................
FUNCTION OF EQUIPMENT
System Function
System applications ...........................................................................................................
Block diagram explanations ................................................................................................
Overall block diagram.........................................................................................................
General description ............................................................................................................
Receive signal path .. .........................................................................................................
Transmit signal path ...........................................................................................................
Frequency control circuits .. ................................................................................................
Power supply circuits ...... ...................................................................................................
Theory of Receiver-Transmitter Operation
Audio Frequency Amplifier
AM-3506/PRC-47 (A8A1) ................................................................................................
Amplifier-Modulator
AM-3507/PRC-47 (A8A2) ................................................................................................
Signal Data Translator
CV-1377A/PRC-47 (A8A3) ..............................................................................................
Power Supply PP-3518/PRC-47 (A8A5) ..............................................................................
Radio Frequency Oscillator
0-1032/PRC-47 (A8A6).......................................................................................................
Oscillator Control................................................................................................................
C-4311/PRC-47 (A8A7) ......................................................................................................
Electrical Equipment Chassis..............................................................................................
CH-474/PRC-47 (A8A4)......................................................................................................
DIRECT SUPPORT MAINTENANCE ..................................................................................
General Troubleshooting Techniques
Scope.................................................................................................................................
Tools, test equipment, and materials required . ...................................................................
Direct Support Troubleshooting...........................................................................................
Overall troubleshooting.......................................................................................................
Troubleshooting Radio Receiver-Transmitter RT-671/PRC-47 (A8) .....................................
Localizing Tests..................................................................................................................
Isolating Trouble
Trouble isolation within a module........................................................................................
Dc resistance of coils and transformer windings..................................................................
Repair
General parts replacement techniques ................................................................................
General removal and replacement procedures ...................................................................
Assembly and Disassembly
General ..............................................................................................................................
Removal and replacement of receiver-transmitter case .......................................................
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CHAPTER 3.
Section VI.
CHAPTER 4.
CHAPTER 5.
CHAPTER 6.
Section I.
Section II.
Direct Support Maintenance --Cont
Removal and replacement of plug-in modules ...................................................................
Module assembly and disassembly procedures ..................................................................
Power amplifier (A8A4A1) tube removal and replacement ...................................................
Power amplifier load-tune mechanism ................................................................................
Frequency selection mechanism .........................................................................................
Power amplifier (A8A4A1) plate capacitor switch assembly.................................................
Power amplifier (A8A4A1 XMTR PWR switch .......... ..........................................................
Main chassis and front panel removal and reassembly .......................................................
Alignment and Adjustments
Test equipment and special tools required for alignment and adjustments...........................
Mechanical alignment of CV-1377A/PRC-47 slug rack coupler ............................................
Receiver audio output adjustments ... ................................................................................
Receiver agc circuit adjustments ........................................................................................
Transmitter sidetone adjustment ..... .................................................................................
Microphone amplifier gain adjustment.................................................................................
Transmitter vox gain adjustment ...... ..................................................................................
Power amplifier grid drive alignment and bias adjustments .................................................
Temperature compensated oscillator frequency adjustment ................................................
Balanced modular adjustments ..........................................................................................
GENERAL SUPPORT MAINTENANCE
General ...................... .......................................................................................................
Test equipment required ...... ............................................................................................
Test facilities ................. ....................................................................................................
Modification work orders ...... ..............................................................................................
Physical tests and inspection .............................................................................................. ..
Receiver sensitivity tests.....................................................................................................
Receiver avc characteristic test...........................................................................................
Receiver selectivity tests ....................................................................................................
Receiver if rejection test .....................................................................................................
Receiver image rejection test .. ...........................................................................................
Receiver volume control test ... ...........................................................................................
Receiver audio output distortion test .... ..............................................................................
Power input requirements, receive mode ............................................................................
Transmitter power output test .......... ..................................................................................
Transmitter output meter sensitivity test..............................................................................
Transmitter frequency stability test ....................................................................................
Transmitter power input test ...............................................................................................
Transmitter cw operation test..............................................................................................
Transmitter sidetone test .... ..............................................................................................
DEPOT MAINTENANCE
General .............................................................................................................................
Replacement of parts..........................................................................................................
Equipment adjustments .....................................................................................................
Transmit mixer balance and transmitter gain control adjustment .........................................
Transmitter hum balance adjustment ..................................................................................
Transmitter modulation fidelity test .....................................................................................
Transmitter spurious output adjustments ............................................................................
DEPOT OVERHAUL STANDARDS
General
Scope ................................................................................................................................
General .............................................................................................................................
Test facilities ......................................................................................................................
Modification work orders ....................................................................................................
Physical tests and inspection ..............................................................................................
Reference standards tests .................................................................................................
Tests to be Performed ........................................................................................................
Reference standards...........................................................................................................
Performance Tests
General ..............................................................................................................................
Audio Frequency Amplifier
AM-3506/PRC47 (A8AI) .................................................................................................
Amplifier-Modulator
AM-3507/PRC-47 (A8A2) ...............................................................................................
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3-13
3-14
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6-10
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6-11
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Section III.
CHAPTER 7.
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Depot Overhaul Standards-Cont.
Signal Data Translator
CV-1377A/PRC-47 (A8A3) ..............................................................................................
6-12
Power Supply
PP-3518/PRC-47 (A8A51)...............................................................................................
6-13
Radio Frequency Oscillator
0-1032/PRC-47 (A8A6) ...................................................................................................
6-14
Oscillator Control
C-4311/PRC-47 (A8A7)...................................................................................................
6-15
Special Test Fixtures
General ..............................................................................................................................
6-16
Test Fixture for Audio Frequency Amplifier
AM 3506/PRC-47 ............................................................................................................
6-17
Test Fixture for Amplifier-Modulator
AM-3507/PRC-47 ............................................................................................................
6-18
Test Fixture for Signal Data Translator
CV-1377A/PRC-47 ..........................................................................................................
6-19
Test Fixture for Power Supply
PP-3518/PRC-47 ............................................................................................................
6-20
Test Fixture for Radio Frequency Oscillator
0-1032/PRC-47 ...............................................................................................................
6-21
Test Fixture for Oscillator Control
C-4311/PRC-47...............................................................................................................
6-22
CIRCUIT DIAGRAMS
Introduction.....................................................................................................................
APPENDIX A.
REFERENCES ....................................................................................................................
APPENDIX B.
DIRECT SUPPORT, GENERAL SUPPORT, AND DEPOT MAINTENANCE
REPAIR PARTS AND SPECIAL TOOLS LIST
Introduction
Scope ................................................................................................................................
General ..............................................................................................................................
Explanation of columns ......................................................................................................
Special information (Not applicable)....................................................................................
How to locate repair part ....................................................................................................
Federal supply code for manufacturer (FSCM) ....................................................................
Repair parts for DS, GS, and depot maintenance.................................................................
Special tools, test, and support equipment ...........................................................................
Index-federal stock number and reference number cross-reference to figure and item
number................................................................................................................................
Index-reference designation cross-reference to page number ...............................................
Section I.
II.
III.
IV.
V.
INDEX
...........................................................................................................................................
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6-24
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B-3
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B-5
B-6
B-1
B-1
B-1
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B-2
B-4
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INDEX 1
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Radio Set AN/PRC-47, Overall Block Diagram ..................................................................................................
Receiver-Transmitter Circuits, Block Diagram....................................................................................................
Frequency Control Circuits, Block Diagram........................................................................................................
Power Supply Circuits, Block Diagram ..............................................................................................................
Compressor/Amplifier Circuits, Schematic Diagram ..........................................................................................
Output Amplifier, CW Oscillator, and VOX Circuits, Schematic Diagram ...........................................................
Receiver Amplifier, AGC Circuit, and Sidetone Gate, Schematic Diagram..........................................................
Balanced Modulator, ALC Amplifier Circuit, Schematic Diagram .......................................................................
IF. Amplifier Circuit, Schematic Diagram ..........................................................................................................
Last If. Amplifier and Product Detector Circuit, Schematic Diagram ...................................................................
Isolation Amplifier Circuits, Schematic Diagram ................................................................................................
Receive Mixer/Transmit Mixer Circuits, Schematic Diagram ..............................................................................
Hf Oscillator and Varicap Control Circuits, Schematic Diagram .........................................................................
5- to 14-MHz Amplifier/Limiter Circuits, Schematic Diagram . ............................................................................
Discriminator Circuit Waveforms ......................................................................................................................
Preliminary Troubleshooting Diagram ...............................................................................................................
Receiver Tests, Troubleshooting Test Setup . ....................................................................................................
Transmitter Tests, Troubleshooting Test Setup..................................................................................................
Radio Receiver-Transmitter RT-671/PRC-47 (A8), Top View, Location of
Assemblies and Test Points .............................................................................................................................
Radio Receiver-Transmitter RT-671/PRC-47 (A8), Bottom View, Location of
Assemblies and Test Points .............................................................................................................................
Audio Frequency Amplifier AM-3506/PRC-47 (A8A1), Top View, Cover
Removed, Location of Subassemblies and Test Points .....................................................................................
Amplifier-Modulator AM-3507/PRC-47 (A8A2), Side View, Cover Removed,
Location of Subassemblies E1 and E2, and Test Points ....................................................................................
Amplifier-Modulator AM-3507/PRC-47 (A8A2), Side View, Cover Removed,
Location of Subassemblies E3, E4, and E5, and Test Points ............................................................................
Signal Data Translator CV-1377A/PRC-47 (A8A3), Top View, Location of
Subassemblies and Test Points ........................................................................................................................
Signal Data Translator CV-1377A/PRC-47 (A8A3), Bottom View, Location
of Subassemblies .............................................................................................................................................
Power Supply PP-3518/PRC-47 (A8A5), Top View, Cover Removed,
Location of Subassemblies and Test Points ......................................................................................................
Radio Frequency Oscillator 0-1032/PRC-47 (A8A6), Side View, Cover
Removed, Location of Subassemblies El and E2, and Test Points ....................................................................
Radio Frequency Oscillator 0-1032/PRC-47 (A8A6), Side View, Cover
Removed, Location of Chassis Subassembly and Test Points ..........................................................................
Oscillator Control C-4311/PRC-47 (A8A7), Top View, Cover Removed,
Location of Subassemblies and Test Points ......................................................................................................
Oscillator Control C-4311/PRC-47 (A8A7), Bottom View, Location of
Subassemblies .................................................................................................................................................
Audio Frequency Amplifier AM-3506/PRC-47 (A8A1), Cover Removed,
Chassis Subassembly ......................................................................................................................................
Audio Frequency Amplifier AM-3506/PRC-47 (A8A1), Cover Removed,
Subassembly E1 ...............................................................................................................................................
Audio Frequency Amplifier AM-3506/PRC-47 (A8A1), Cover Removed,
Subassembly E2 ..............................................................................................................................................
Audio Frequency Amplifier AM-3506/PRC-47 (A8A1), Cover Removed,
Subassembly E3 ...............................................................................................................................................
Amplifier-Modulator AM-3507/PRC-47 (A8A2), Cover Removed,
Subassemblies E1 and E2.................................................................................................................................
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3-21 Amplifier-Modulator AM-3507/PRC-47 (A8A2), Cover Removed,
Subassemblies E3, E4 and E5 .........................................................................................................................
3-22 Signal Data Translator CV-1377A/PRC-47 (A8A3), Card Assembly TB1 ...........................................................
3-23 Signal Data Translator CV-1377A/PRC-47 (A8A3), Card Assembly TB2 ...........................................................
3-24 Signal Data Translator CV-1377A/PRC-47 (A8A3), Switch Assemblies S1,
S2, and S3, Top View, Card Assemblies E1 and E3 ..........................................................................................
3-25 Signal Data Translator CV-1377A/PRC-47 (A8A3), Switch Assemblies S1,
S2, and S3, Bottom View, Card Assemblies E2 and E4 ....................................................................................
3-26 Signal Data Translator CV-1377A/PRC-47 (A8A3), Switch Assembly S1,
Rear View . .......................................................................................................................................................
3-27 Signal Data Translator CV-1377A/PRC-47 (A8A3), Switch Assembly S2,
Rear View ........................................................................................................................................................
3-28 Signal Data Translator CV-1377A/PRC-47 (A8A3), Switch Assembly S3,
Rear View ........................................................................................................................................................
3-29 Signal Data Translator CV-1377A/PRC-47 (ASA3), Switch Assembly S4,
Rear View ........................................................................................................................................................
3-30 Signal Data Translator CV-1377A/PRC-47 (A8A3), Switch Assembly S5,
Rear View ........................................................................................................................................................
3-31 Signal Data Translator CV-1377A/PRC-47 (A8A3), VFO Coil Subassembly,
Top View...........................................................................................................................................................
3-32 Signal Data Translator CV-1377A/PRC-47 (A8A3), VFO Coil Subassembly,
Bottom View .....................................................................................................................................................
3-33 Signal Data Translator CV-1377A/PRC-47 (A8A3), Switch Assembly S6,
VFO Circuit ......................................................................................................................................................
3-34 Signal Data Translator CV-1377A/PRC-47 (A8A3), Switch Assembly S7,
Front View.........................................................................................................................................................
3-35 Signal Data Translator CV-1377A/PRC-47 (A8A3), Switch Assembly S8,
Rear View ........................................................................................................................................................
3-36 Signal Data Translator CV-1377A/PRC-47 (A8A3), Switch Assembly S9,
Rear View (Rotor at Index Position no.1.) .........................................................................................................
3-37 Signal Data Translator CV-1377A/PRC-47 (A8A3), Card Assembly E46 ............................................................
3-38 Signal Data Translator CV-1377A/PRC-47 (A8A3), Card Assembly E47 ............................................................
3-39 Signal Data Translator CV-1377A/PRC-47 (A8A3), Card Assembly E48 ............................................................
3-40 Signal Data Translator CV-1377A/PRC-47 (A8A3), Driver Tube (V3)
Compartment, Bottom View ..............................................................................................................................
3-41 Signal Data Translator CV-1377A/PRC-47 (A8A3), Bottom View ......................................................................
3-42 Signal Data Translator CV-1377A/PRC-47 (A8A3), Typical Switch Card (S1
through S8) Showing Rotor at Index Position no.1 ............................................................................................
3-43 Signal Data Translator CV-1377A/PRC-47 (A8A3), Rear View, Frequency
Range Switch Shaft Retaining Ring ...................................................................................................................
3-44 Signal Data Translator CV-1377A/PRC-47 (A8A3), Front View, Coupler
Position at 2,000 kHz Dial Setting .....................................................................................................................
3-45 Power Supply PP-3518/PRC-47 (A8A5), Bottom View, Chassis .........................................................................
3-46 Power Supply PP-3518/PRC-47 (A8A5), Subassembly No. 1, Front View .........................................................
3-47 Power Supply PP-3518/PRC-47 (A8A5), Subassembly No. 1, Rear View ...........................................................
3-48 Power Supply PP-3518/PRC-47 (A8A5), Subassembly No. 2 ............................................................................
3-49 Power Supply PP-3518/PRC-47 (A8A5), Subassembly No. 3 ............................................................................
3-50 Power Supply PP-3518/PRC-47 (A8A5), Upper Chassis Assembly . ..................................................................
3-51 Power Supply PP-3518/PRC-47 (A8A5), Voltage Regulator Assembly TB1........................................................
3-52 Radio Frequency Oscillator 0-1032/PRC-47 (A8A6), Side View, Cover
Removed, Card Assemblies E1 and E2 .............................................................................................................
3-53 Radio Frequency Oscillator 0-1032/PRC-47 (A8A6), Side View, Cover
Removed, Chassis Assembly ...........................................................................................................................
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Oscillator Control C-4311/PRC-47 (A8A7), Card Assembly E1 .......................................................................... 3-46
Oscillator Control C-4311/PRC-47 (A8A7), Card Assembly E2. ......................................................................... 3-47
Oscillator Control C-4311/PRC-47 (A8A7), Card Assembly TBI ......................................................................... 3-48
Oscillator Control C-4311/PRC-47 (A8A7), Card Assembly E4 .......................................................................... 3-49
Oscillator Control C-4311/PRC-47 (A8A7), Card Assembly E5 .......................................................................... 3-50
Oscillator Control C-4311/PRC-47 (A8A7), Card Assembly E6 .......................................................................... 3-51
Oscillator Control C-4311/PRC-47 (A8A7), Card Assemblies E7 and E8,
Front View ........................................................................................................................................................ 3-52
Oscillator Control C-4311/PRC-47 (A8A7), Line Filter Assembly at Connector P1, Cover Removed ............................................................................................................................... 3-52
Oscillator Control C-4311/PRC-47 (A8A7), Switch Card S5 With Rotor
Shown in Index Position no.1............................................................................................................................. 3-53
Oscillator Control C-4311/PRC-47 (A8A7), Front View, Coupler Position at
2000 kHz Dial Setting ....................................................................................................................................... 3-53
Power Amplifier Compartment (A8A4AI) Top-View, Cover Removed.................................................................. 3-54
Power Amplifier Compartment (A8A4A1) Bottom View, Cover Removed ........................................................... 3-55
Power Amplifier Compartment (A8A4A1) Power Amplifier Subassembly
Parts Location .................................................................................................................................................. 3-56
Radio Receiver-Transmitter RT-671/PRC-47 (A8), Bottom View, Cover
Removed .......................................................................................................................................................... 3-57
Audio Frequency Amplifier AM-3506/PRC-47 (A8A1), Subassembly El,
Voltage and Resistance Diagram ...................................................................................................................... 3-58
Audio Frequency Amplifier AM-3506/PRC-47 (A8A1), Subassembly E2,
Voltage and Resistance Diagram....................................................................................................................... 3-59
Audio Frequency Amplifier AM-3506/PRC-47 (A8AI), Subassembly E3,
Voltage and Resistance Diagram....................................................................................................................... 3-60
Audio Frequency Amplifier AM-3506/PRC-47 (A8A1), Chassis Assembly,
Voltage and Resistance Diagram....................................................................................................................... 3-61
Amplifier-Modulator AM-3507/PRC-47 (A8A2), Subassemblies E1 and E2,
Voltage and Resistance Diagram....................................................................................................................... 3-62
Amplifier-Modulator AM-3507/PRC-47 (A8A2), Subassembly E3, Voltage
and Resistance Diagram ................................................................................................................................... 3-63
Amplifier-Modulator AM-3507/PRC-47 (A8A2), Subassembly E4, Voltage
and Resistance Diagram ................................................................................................................................... 3-64
Amplifier-Modulator AM-3507/PRC-47 (A8A2), Subassembly E5, Voltage
and Resistance Diagram ................................................................................................................................... 3-65
Signal Data Translator CV-1377A/PRC-47 (A8A3), Driver Tube (V3)
Compartment, Voltage and Resistance Diagram................................................................................................ 3-66
Power Supply PP-3518/PRC-47 (A8A5), Voltage Regulator Assembly TB1,
Voltage and Resistance Diagram....................................................................................................................... 3-66
Radio Frequency Oscillator 0-1032/PRC-47 (A8A6), Subassembly E1,
Voltage and Resistance Diagram....................................................................................................................... 3-67
Radio Frequency Oscillator 0-1032/PRC-47 (A8A6), Subassembly E2,
Voltage and Resistance Diagram....................................................................................................................... 3-68
Radio Frequency Oscillator 0-1032/PRC-47 (A8A6), Chassis Assembly,
Voltage and Resistance Diagram....................................................................................................................... 3-69
Electrical Equipment Chassis CH-474/PRC-47 (A8), Power Oscillator
Assembly, Voltage and Resistance Diagram...................................................................................................... 3-70
Electrical Equipment Chassis CH-474/PRC-47, PA Filter Box FL2 (A8A4)
Voltage and Resistance Diagram....................................................................................................................... 3-71
Oscillator Control C-4311/PRC-47 tA8A7), Top View, Waveform Diagram......................................................... 3-72
Cable Assembly Set AN/PRA-4, Equipment Supplied ........................................................................................ 3-90
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LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS (cont)
Figure
No.
3-85
3-86
3-87
3-88
3-89
3-90
3-91
3-92
3-93
3-94
3-95
3-96
3-97
3-98
3-99
3-100
3-101
3-102
3-103
3-104
3-105
3-106
3-107
3-108
3-109
3-110
3-111
3-112
4-1
4-2
4-3
Title
Page
Radio Receiver-Transmitter RT-671/PRC-47 (A8) Top View, Location of
Modules and Stiffeners .............................................................................................................................. 3-91
Radio Receiver-Transmitter RT-671/PRC-47 (A8), Bottom View, Location of
Module Retaining Screws ........................................................................................................................... 3-92
Radio Receiver-Transmitter RT-671/PRC-47 (A8), Front Panel View,
Location of Access Openings and Panel Components ................................................................................ 3-93
Frequency Selector Control, Switch Coupler Alignment Diagram ................................................................ 3-94
Radio Receiver-Transmitter RT-671/PRC-47, Power Amplifier Compartment
(A8A4A1) Load-Tune Coil Assembly, Exploded View .................................................................................. 3-94
Radio Receiver-Transmitter RT-671/PRC-47, Frequency Selector Mechanism
(A8A4A1) Exploded View ........................................................................................................................... 3.94
Radio Receiver-Transmitter RT-671/PRC-47, Power Amplifier Compartment
(A8A4A1) Plate Capacitor Switch, Exploded View ...................................................................................... 3-94
Radio Receiver-Transmitter RT-671/PRC-47, Power Amplifier Compartment
(A8A4A1) XMTR PWR Switch (S103), Exploded View ............................................................................... 3-94
Radio Receiver-Transmitter RT-671/PRC-47, Power Amplifier Compartment
(A8A4A1) XMTR PWR Switch (S103), Connection Diagram ...................................................................... 3-95
Audio Frequency Amplifier AM-3506/PRC-47 (A8A1), Top View, Location
of Tests Points and Adjustments ................................................................................................................ 3-117
Amplifier-Modulator AM-3507/PRC-47 (A8A2), Top View, Location of Test
Points and Adjustments ............................................................................................................................. 3-118
Signal Data Translator CV-1377A/PRC-47 (A8A3), Top View, Location of
Test Points and Adjustments ...................................................................................................................... 3-119
Signal Data Translator CV-1377A/PRC-47 (A8A3), Rear View, Location of
Adjustments ............................................................................................................................................... 3-120
Signal Data Translator CV-1377A/PRC-47 (A8A3), Right Side View,
Location, Location of Adjustment C344....................................................................................................... 3-120
Radio Frequency Oscillator 0-1032/PRC-47 (A8A6), Top View, Location of
Test Points and Adjustments ..................................................................................................................... 3-120
Oscillator Control C-4311/PRC-47 (A8A7), Top View, Location of Test
Points and Adjustments ............................................................................................................................. 3-121
Oscillator Control C-4311/PRC-47 (A8A7), Bottom View, Location of
Adjustments .............................................................................................................................................. 3-122
Oscillator Control C-4311/PRC-47 (A8A7), Rear View, Location of Capacitor
C15 ........................................................................................................................................................... 3-123
Oscillator Control C-4311/PRC-47 (A8A7), Right Side, Location of
Adjustments .............................................................................................................................................. 3-123
Oscillator Control C-431i/PRC-47 (A8A7), Left Side, Location of Adjustments............................................. 3-123
Radio Receiver-Transmitter RT-671/PRC-47 (A8), Bottom View, Location of
Test Points and Adjustments ...................................................................................................................... 3-124
Receiver Audio Output Adjustment, Test Equipment Setup ........................................................................ 3-125
Receiver AGC Circuit Adjustment, Test Equipment Setup .......................................................................... 3-126
Transmitter Sidetone Adjustment, Test Equipment Setup ........................................................................... 3-127
Microphone Amplifier and VOX Gain Adjustments, Test Equipment Setup . ................................................ 3-127
Power Amplifier Grid Drive Adjustment, Test Equipment Setup .................................................................. 3-129
Temperature Compensated Oscillator Frequency Adjustment, Test
Equipment Setup........................................................................................................................................ 3-130
Balanced Modulator Adjustments, Test Equipment Setup ........................................................................... 3-131
Receiver Sensitivity, AVC, Selectivity, IF. Rejection, Image Rejection and
Volume Control Tests, Equipment Setup..................................................................................................... 4-3
Receiver Audio Output Distortion Test, Equipment Setup ........................................................................... 4-8
Receiver Power Input Requirements, Equipment Setup .............................................................................. 4-9
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No.
4-4
4-5
4-6
4-7
5-1
5-2
5-3
6-1
6-2
6-3
6-4
6-5
6-6
6-7
6-8
6-9
6-10
6-11
6-12
6-13
6-14
6-15
6-16
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6-18
6-19
6-20
6-21
6-22
6-23
6-24
6-25
6-26
6-27
7-1
Title
Page
Transmitter Power Output and Output Meter Sensitivity Tests, Equipment Setup ........................................ 4-10
Transmitter Frequency Stability Tests, Equipment Setup ............................................................................ 4-14
Transmitter Power Input Test, Equipment Setup ........................................................................................ 4-16
Transmitter CW Operation and Sidetone Test, Equipment Setup ............................................................... 4-17
Transmit Mixer Balance and Transmit Gain Control Adjustments,
Equipment Setup .......................................................................................................................................
5-1
Transmitter Hum Balance Adjustment and Modulation Fidelity Tests,
Equipment Setup .......................................................................................................................................
5-3
Transmitter Spurious Output Adjustments, Equipment Setup .....................................................................
5-5
Plug Gage, Slug Adjustment ......................................................................................................................
6-2
Gage Overtravel, 0.041-inch ......................................................................................................................
6-2
Output Attenuator, 50:1 .............................................................................................................................
6-2
Test Fixture for AM-3506/PRC-47, Suggested Layout ................................................................................
6-3
Test Fixture for AM-3507/PRC-47, Suggested Layout ................................................................................
6-4
Test Fixture for CV-1377A/PRC-47, Suggested Layout ...............................................................................
6-5
Indexing Fixture for CV-1377A/PRC-47, Suggested Layout ........................................................................
6-6
Test Fixture for PP-3518/PRC-47, Suggested Layout .................................................................................
6-6
Test Fixture for 0-1032/PRC-47, Suggested Layout ....................................................................................
6-7
Test Fixture for C-4311/PRC-47, Suggested Layout ...................................................................................
6-8
Audio Frequency Amplifier AM-3506/PRC-47 (A8A1) Performance Tests,
Initial Test Equipment Connections ............................................................................................................ 6-14
Amplifier-Modulator AM-3507/PRC-47 (A8A2), Performance Tests, Initial
Test Equipment Connections ...................................................................................................................... 6-16
Signal Data Translator CV-1377A/PRC-47 (A8A3), Performance Tests,
Initial Test Equipment Connections ............................................................................................................ 6-19
Power Supply PP-3518/PRC-47 (A8A5), Performance Tests, Initial Test
Equipment Connections ............................................................................................................................. 6-25
Radio Frequency Oscillator 0-1032/PRC-47 (A8A6) Performance Tests,
Initial Test Equipment Connections ............................................................................................................ 6-28
Oscillator Control C-4311/PRC-47 (A8A7), Performance Tests, Initial Test
Equipment Connections ............................................................................................................................. 6-31
Test Fixture for Audio Frequency Amplifier AM-3506/PRC-47, Parts
Location .................................................................................................................................................... 6-39
Test Fixture for Audio Frequency Amplifier AM-3506/PRC-47, Chassis
Parts and Connector Location .................................................................................................................... 6-40
Test Fixture for Amplifier-Modulator AM-3507/PRC-47, Parts Location........................................................ 6-42
Test Fixture for Amplifier-Modulator AM-3507/PRC-47, Chassis Parts and
Subassembly A1 Placement ...................................................................................................................... 6-43
Test Fixture for Signal Data Translator CV-1377A/PRC-47, Front View,
Parts Location ........................................................................................................................................... 6-46
Test Fixture for Signal Data Translator CV-1377A/PRC-47, Parts Location ................................................. 6-47
Test Fixture for Signal Data Translator CV-1377A/PRC-47, Parts Location ................................................. 6-48
Test Fixture for Power Supply PP-3518/PRC-47, Parts Location ................................................................ 6-51
Test Fixture for Power Supply PP-3518/PRC-47, Internal Parts Location..................................................... 6-52
Test Fixture for Radio Frequency Oscillator 0-1032/PRC-47, Parts Location ............................................... 6-55
Test Fixture for Oscillator Control C-4311/PRC-47, Parts Location ............................................................. 6-57
Color code marking for military standard resistors, inductors, and capacitors
............................................................................................................................................................(Foldout
illustrations are
Located in back
of manual)
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Figure
No.
7-2
7-3
7-4
7-5
7-6
7-7
7-8
Title
Page
Receive Signal Path, Block Diagram...........................................................................................................
7-2
Transmit Signal Path, Block Diagram
(Located in
back
of manual.)
Frequency Control Circuits, Block Diagram.................................................................................................
“
Power Supply Circuits, DC Primary Power Input, Block Diagram ................................................................
“
Power Supply Circuits, AC Primary Power Input, Block Diagram.................................................................
“
Mechanical Schematic, Frequency Control Mechanism ..............................................................................
Electrical Equipment Chassis CH-474/PRC-47 (A8A4), Schematic Diagram
(2 sheets) ..................................................................................................................................................
“
“
7-9
Audio Frequency Amplifier AM-3506/PRC-47 (A8A1), Schematic Diagram
7-10
Amplifier-Modulator AM-3507/PRC-47 (A8A2), Schematic Diagram ...........................................................
“
7-11
7-12
Signal Data Translator CV-1377A/PRC-47 (A8A3), Schematic Diagram (2
sheets) ......................................................................................................................................................
Power Supply PP-3518/PRC-47 (A8A5), Schematic Diagram ....................................................................
“
7-13
Radio Frequency Oscillator 0-1032/PRC-47 (A8A6), Schematic Diagram....................................................
“
7-14
Oscillator Control C-4311/PRC-47 (A8A7), Schematic Diagram .................................................................
“
7-15
7-16
7-17
7-18
7-19
7-20
Test Fixture for Audio Frequency Amplifier AM-3506/PRC-47, Schematic Diagram ....................................
Test Fixture for Amplifier-Modulator AM-3507/PRC-47, Schematic Diagram ...............................................
Test Fixture for Signal Data Translator CV-1377A/PRC-47, Schematic .......................................................
Test Fixture for Power Supply PP-3518/PRC-47, Schematic Diagram . .......................................................
Test Fixture for Radio Frequency Oscillator 0-1032/PRC-47, Schematic Diagram ......................................
Test Fixture for Oscillator Control C-4311/PRC-47, Schematic Diagram ....................................................
7-4
7-5
7-6
7-7
7-8
7-8
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TM 11-5820-509-35
CHAPTER 1
INTRODUCTION
1-1. Scope
a. This manual contains instructions for general
support, direct support and depot maintenance of Radio
Set AN/PRC-47.
It includes instructions that are
appropriate to the general support, direct support and
depot maintenance routines for performance testing,
troubleshooting, alignment, and repair of the equipment,
the replacement of maintenance parts, and the repair of
specific subassemblies. A list of tools, materials and
test equipment that are required for maintenance is
included.
A detailed theory of operation for the
equipment is included in chapter 2.
b. Operator and Organizational Maintenance
Manual, Radio Set AN/PRC-47 TM 11-5820-509-12,
including Repair Parts and Special Tools List and
Maintenance Allocation Chart, contains additional
information pertainent to this same equipment.
c. Only one model of Radio Set AN/PRC-47 is
documented in this publication. An historical record of
equipment revisions is shown in paragraph 1-4.
1-2. Indexes of Publications
a. DA Pam 310-4. Refer to the latest issue of DA
PAM 310-4 to determine whether there are new editions,
changes, or additional publications that pertain to this
equipment.
b. DA Pam 310-7 Refer to DA Pam 310-7 to
determine whether there are modification work orders
(MWO's) pertaining to this equipment.
NOTE
Other applicable forms and records
are included in Operator and
Organizational Maintenance Manual,
Radio Set AN/PRC-47, TM 11-5820509-12.
The
reporting
of
errors,
omissions,
and
recommendations for improving this publication by the
individual user is encouraged. These reports should be
submitted on DA Form 2028 (Recommended Changes
to Publications and Blank Forms) and forwarded direct
to Commander, U.S. Army Electronics Command,
ATTN: DRSEL-MA-Q Fort Monmouth, NJ 07703.
1-3.1
Reporting
Equipment
Improvement
Recommendations (EIR)
EIR will be prepared using DA Form 2407 (Maintenance
Request). Instructions for preparing EIR's are provided
in TM 38-750, The Army Maintenance Management
System.
EIR's should be
mailed directly to
Commander, US Army Electronics Command, ATTN:
DRSEL-MA-Q, Fort Monmouth, NJ 07703.
1-3.2. Administrative Storage
Administrative storage of equipment issued to and used
by Army activities shall be in accordance with TM 74090-1.
1-3.3 Destruction of Army Electronics Materiel
Destruction of Army electronics materiel to prevent
enemy use shall be in accordance with TM 750-244-2.
1-4. Historical Revisions to Equipment
a. No External appearance or major operational
differences exist between procurements of Radio Set
AN/PRC-47.
b. The electrical subassemblies and plug-in
modules of Radio Receiver-Transmitter RT-671/PRC-47
have been revised during the history of Radio Set
AN/PRC-47 as indicated in the table below. Complete
interchangeability of the electrical subassembly or
module was retained.
1-3. Reporting of Errors
Ref des
A1C33
A1C39
A1CR14
A1Q11W / A1Q12X
A1R55
A1R60
A1R69
A1R70
A1R71
A1R72
MCN effectivity
Description of change
AUDIO FREQUENCY AMPLIFIER AM-3506/PRC-47 (A8A1)
525
Changed to 47 uF, was 33 uF.
525
Delete, was 22 uF.
525
Delete, was type 1N457.
525
Changed to matched pair, type 2N158A match Beta within 25%
at IC = 250 ma
525
Changed to 18K, was 100K ohms.
525
Changed to 16.2K 2as 7.5K ohms.
525
Delete, was 18K ohms
525
Delete, was 470K ohms.
525
Delete, was 2,200 ohms.
525
Changed to 1,200 was 2,700 ohms.
Change 2
1-1
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A1CR18
A1C8 / A1C12
A1Q1
A1C26
A1R85
MCN effectivity
2366
No record
No record
4300
4300
Description of change
Added CR18, type 1N457.
Changed to 100 uF, was 47 uF.
Changed to type 2N404, was type 2N422.
Polarity on silk-screen was reversed.
Added R85, 10K ohms.
AMPLIFIER-MODULATOR AM-3507/PRC-47 (A8A2)
A2C37
A2CR9 / A2CR10
A2CR9
A2R27
A2R27
A2R33
A2R34
A2C36
A2C16
A2R25
A2C12
A2C23
A2R17
A2RT1
A2C26
A2R33
A2R34
A2R35
A2R33
A2R34
A2R35
A2R41
A2R45
A2R14
203
203
203
203
203
203
203
No record
422
422
525
658
805 and 211,305
410, 438, 453,
456, 468, 471,
472, 480, 481,
502, 517, 521,
523, 524.
1166
1654
1654
1654
1646
1646
1646
1811
2068
2182
A2CR7 / A2CR8
A2R29
A2R31
A2C10
A2Q2 A2Q3 /
2314
2314
2314
2750
No record
A2Q4 / A2Q5
A2R34
A2K1
No record
Plan 4838
A2Q2 /A2Q31
A2Q4 / A2Q5
A2R17
Added C37, 0.47 uF.
Delete, was type 1N66.
Added CR9, type IN916.
Delete, was 120 ohms.
Added R27, 10OK ohms.
Changed to 4,700, was 2,700 ohms.
Changed to 100K, was 12K ohms.
Actual value selected for performance; nominal value 18 pF.
Changed to 91 pF, was 68 pF.
Changed to 2,700, was 2,200 ohms.
Changed to 240 pF, was 0.05 uF.
Changed to 1 uF, was 0.1 uF.
R17: changed to 1,800, was 1K ohms.
RT1: added, 3K ohms thermal
Changed to 0.05 uF, was 0.1 uF.
Changed to 2,700, was 4,700 ohms.
Changed to 27K, was 100K ohms.
Changed to 47K, was 56K ohms.
Changed to 1.5K, was 2,700 (retrofit).
Changed to 10K, was 27K ohms (retrofit).
Changed to 68K, was 47K ohms (retrofit).
Changed to ½ -watt film, was ¼ -watt composition.
Changed to 680, was 1,200 ohms.
Actual value selected for performance; nominal value 3,900
ohms.
Changed to type IN198, was type 1N67A.
Changed to 5,600, was 18K ohms.
Changed to 10K, was 18K ohms.
Changed to 150 vdcw, was 100 vdcw.
Changed preferred type to 2N274, with Sig C-2N274 as
alternate.
No record
Changed to 27K, was IOK ohms.
Changed style; delete fasteners on preferred type; retain for
old type as alternate.
Delete Sig CG2N274 as alternate type.
No record
(Changed to 1.5K, was, 1,800 ohms.
SIGNAL DATA. TRANSLATOR CV-1377A/PRC-47 (A8A3)
A3C165
A3C167
A3C168
A3C169
A3C170
A3C42
A3C146
A3C148
A3CR3 / A3CR8
A3Q11
A3CR1
A3R73/
A3R74 /
A3R75 /
183
183
183
183
183
Plan 199
433
433
No record
500
506
506
Changed to 10 pF. was 20 pF
Changed to 220 pF. was 75 pF.
Actual value selected for performance; nominal value 150 pF.
Changed to 75 pF, was 220 pF.
Changed to 220 pF, was 68 pF.
changed to 190 pF, was.-,30 pF.
Delete, was 390 pF.
Added C148, 390 pF.
CR3 was CR3B, CRLS was C,R3A, each changed to type
1N198, was ½ of FA2000.
Changed to type 2N708, was type 2N70:3.
Delete, was type 1N916.
Delete, each was 470K ohms.
Change 2 1-2
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Ref des
A3R76
A3C187
A3C42
A3C248 /
A3C250/
A3C252
A3C249
A3C251
A3C253
A3C255
A3C257
A3C259
MCN effectivity
600
Plan 737
900
900
900
900
900
900
900
Description of change
Changed to 27 pF, was 20 pF.
Changed to 270 pF, was 190 pF.
Changed each to 8-50 pF, was 5-30 pF.
Changed to 287 pF, was 300 pF.
Changed to 165 pF, was 200 pF.
Changed to 133 pF, was 120 pF.
Changed to 91 pF, was 82 pF.
Changed to 62 pF, was 68 pF.
Changed to 39 pF, was 56 pF.
Change 2 1-3
TM 11-5820-509-35
Ref des
A7CR16/A7CR17
A7R46/A7R65
A7C200/A7C201
A7R42/A7R62
A7R48/A7R67
A7C6
A7C9
A7C200/A7C201
A7R7
A7R42/A7R62
MCN effectivity
Description of change
OSCILLATOR CONTROL C-4311/PRC-47 (ASA7 ) (cont)
5000
5000
5416
5416
5416
No record
No record
No record
No record
No record
Added CR16, CR17, each type 1N754A.
Changed to 4,700, each was 12K ohms.
Added C200, C201, each 15 pF.
Changed to 47, each was 348 ohms.
Changed to 10K, each was 5,110 ohms.
Delete, was 150 pF.
Changed to 0.1 uF paper, was ceramic.
Delete, each was 15 pF.
Changed to 1,800, was 2,700 ohms.
Changed to 348, each was 47 ohms.
ELECTRICL EQUIPMENT CHASSIS CH-474/PRC-47 (A8A4 )
A4R1 to R4
A4C26/C27
A4L4 to L6
A4K6
A4R126
A4R127
A4C28
A4C121
A4R117
A4R118
A4C152
A4R129
A4C28
A4C228
A4F4
A4F5
A4Q1/Q2
A4R128
102, 116 to
121, 124 to
134, 136 to
139 and 141.
167
167
214
214
214
352
400
600
600
710
713
Plan 1464
2028
No record
No record
No record
No record
Changed R1 and R2 to 6.8, was 12 ohms.
Changed R3 and R4 to 470, was 800 ohms.
Added C26, C27, each 2.5 uF.
Added L4, 14 Turns; L5, L6, 10 mH.
Added K6, dpdt.
Added R126, 19.6K ohms.
Added R127, 1,210 ohms.
Added C28, 0.02 uF..
Changed to 20 pF, was 40 pF.
Changed to 5K, was 1 megohm.
Changed to 1K, was 39K ohms.
Deleted, was 82 pF.
Added R129, 470 ohms.
Added C28, 0.02 uF.
Deleted, was 0.01 uF.
Added F4, 1/500A.
Added F5, 1/10A.
Each was type 2N2287, added alternate type 2N1166.
Added R128, 1OOK ohms.
1-5
TM 11-5820-509-35
CHAPTER 2
FUNCTION OF EQUIPMENT
Except for RT-671/PRC-47, the other functional
equipments are considered accessory items and these
are each discussed in the several optional
configurations as they effect the general theory. Since
the radio set is a compact, modularized, portable
transceiver, many of the circuits and devices used for
transmitting are also used for receiving. These circuits
are described as part of the applicable signal function
and appear in the appropriate block diagram for that
function.
2-1. System Applications
a. Radio Set AN/PRC-47 provides singlesideband
voice (usb only), continuous wave (cw) telegraphy, and
frequency shift keying (fsk) teletypewriter modes of
ground radio communication in the high frequency (hf)
spectrum from 2.000 to 11.999-MHz and is operationally
compatible with the AN/TRC-75 and similar radio
equipment. The radio set is a two-man team, packtransportable, transmitter-receiver that is contained in
transportable carrying cases. It includes an antenna
system and all necessary accessory items for telegraph
and telephone operation but does not include an fsk
input/output device or teletypewriter machines. The
transmitter provides 100 watts peak-enveloppower (pep)
output when operating singlesideband, and when
equipped with a suitable blower/converter, such as CV2455/PRC-47, will provide 100 watts average power in
teletypewriter service.
The receiver provides a
minimum power output of 50 milliwatts from an input
signal of 2.0 microvolts for a 10-dB signal-plus-noise to
noise ratio.
b. Radio Set AN/PRC-47
normally
is
implemented for push-to-talk (ptt) operation. A field
modification can be easily accomplished in Electrical
Equipment Chassis Ch-474/PRC-47 that converts the
equipment for voice-operated transmit (vox) operation.
This vox option is implemented by strapping pin 11
(push-to-talk) to pin 20 (vox) at connector JI (Power
Supply PP3318/PRC-47, module A5). The discussion
below assumes that this option is implemented: In the
absence of this modification, only push-to-talk (ptt)
operation is possible and reference to the vox mode and
to the circuit description for the vox amplifier and relay
driver stages may be ignored.
b. The discussion relating to the theory of
operation and the maintenance requirements for the
AN/PRC-47 include reference designators that describe
the module, the circuit stage, and the component part of
the circuit being discussed in the equipment. These
reference designators are assigned in accordance with
MIL-STD-16B, and an understanding of this
identification method will assist in locating individual
components within the overall equipment. For example,
reference designator AIC1 refers to capacitor number
one in modular assembly A8A1. Radio ReceiverTransmitter RT-671/PRC-47 (A8) contains the following
nomenclatured
subassemblies
and
associated
components.
REF DES
A1
A2
A3
A4
A5
A6
A7
A8
2-2. Block Diagram Explanations
a. This section presents the general theory of
operation for Radio Set AN/PRC-47 on a block diagram
level.
The general theory first describes the
relationships between the six major functional areas of
the equipment. These areas are: the audio input
devices, the cw telegraph key, the audio output devices,
the external power sources, the antenna system, and
the Radio Receive Transmitter RT-671/PRC-47 (A8).
OFFICIAL NOMENCLATURE
Audio Frequency Amplifier AM-3506/PRC-47
Amplifier-Modulator AM-3507/PRC-47
Signal Data Translator CV-1377A/PRC-47
Electrical Equipment Chassis CH-474/PRC-47
Power Supply PP-3518/PRC-47
Radio Frequency Oscillator 0-1032/PRC-47
Oscillator Control C-4311/PRC-47
Panel Cover CW-647/PRC-47
2-3. Overall Block Diagram
a. Figure 2-1 is an overall block diagram for Radio Set
AN/PRC-47 that shows the relationship between the
several modules of Radio Receiver-Transmitter RT671/PRC-47 and the external accessory items. The RT671/PRC-47 contains the electronics that provide
singlesideband voice, continuous wave (cw) telegraphy,
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Figure 2-1. Radio set AN/PRC-47, Overall Block Diagram.
or frequency shift keying (fsk) teletypewriter
communications when an appropriate input/output
device is connected.
The operating frequency is
determined by the adjustment of front panel frequency
controls that permit operation within the range from 2.0
to 11.999-MHz. During the transmit function, the audio
signal is applied to the input of Audio Frequency
Amplifier AM-3506/PRC-47 (A1) by the microphone of
Handset H-33G/PT or by the external fsk unit (for
example, Converter Oscillator
CV-786/TRC-75).
Internal limiter stages and automatic load control
circuits in the transmitter compensate for input level
variations from these audio input devices. When cw
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26.5-volt dc source is desired, Storage Battery BB451/U or a suitable dc generator set may be used. The
power supply circuits of the RT-671/PRC-47 provide
high-power dc voltages for the transmitter circuits, and
low-power potentials for the receiver circuits and for
control purposes.
2-4. General Description
a The transmit signal path through the receivertransmitter circuits of the radio set is shown by the solid
lines of figure 2-2. The transmit audio signal is applied
to the input of the microphone amplifier where it is
amplified and compressed before application to other
circuits in the AN/PRC-47. When continuous wave (cw)
telegraphy is required, the telegraph key is connected to
an 800-Hz audio oscillator. The output of this circuit is a
single audio tone that is present when the telegraph key
is closed. This signal is amplified by circuits in the
microphone amplifier. The amplified voice audio (or
tone) from the microphone amplifier circuit is routed to
the vox circuit, the audio output amplifier, and to the
balanced modulator. The vox (voice-operated-transmit}
circuit generates a control voltage that switches the
radio set from the receive mode to the transmit mode
when audio signals are present in the microphone
amplifier output. The audio output amplifier receives a
sidetone signal when the transmit mode is enabled.
This sidetone is amplified and routed to the earphone
(or other audio output device) and permits monitoring
the transmitted signal. The transmit audio is mixed in
the balanced modulator with a 500-kHz standard signal
from the frequency control circuits. The out-put of the
balanced modulator is a double-sideband signal with the
amplitude of the 500-kHz standard signal greatly
reduced. This intermediate (if.) frequency signal is
amplified and then applied to a bandpass filter where
the upper sideband and the carrier are further
attenuated but the lower sideband is permitted to pass
on the remaining if. amplifier stages. The amplified
lower-sideband signal is applied to the transmit mixer
where it is combine with a 2.5 to 12.499-MHz hf
oscillator signal from the frequency control circuits.
The difference frequency (2.0to 11.999-MHz) present in
the output of the transmit mixer is amplified by the rf
amplifier and driver stages and by the power amplifier
and is applied to the antenna system through the t/r
relay.
b. The receive signal path through the receivertransmitter circuits of the AN/PRC-47 is shown by the
dashed lines in figure 2-2. The
operation is desired, Telegraph Key J-45 is connected to
the AUDIO connector of RT-671/PRC-47. This device
keys an oscillator in the receiver-transmitter circuits that
produces an audio tone. This modulating signal, or the
voice input signal from the handset microphone or the
fsk unit, is amplified in the AM-3506/PRC-47 A1), and is
mixed in the AM-3507/PRC-47 (A2) with a 500-kHz
standard signal to produce a double-sideband,
suppressed carrier signal. With the undesired sideband
and the carrier signals greatly attenuated, the remaining
singlesideband signal is heterodyned to the desired hf
radio channel in the CV-1377A/PRC-47 (A3} by mixing it
with the hf oscillator signal from the frequency control
circuits. This rf signal is then amplified by the driver
stage and the power amplifier and then applied to the
antenna system. A portion of the transmitter audio is
returned to the connected audio output device as a
sidetone signal to permit monitoring during these
transmit periods.
b. During receive periods the receiver transmitter
circuits process the incoming signal using some of the
identical circuits just mentioned in connection with the
transmit function. This receive signal is heterodyned to
an intermediate frequency near 500 kHz and then it is
demodulated to recover the desired audio component.
The audio signal is then applied to the connected audio
output device. The receiver output is controlled by the
VOLUME control on the front panel of RT-671/PRC-47.
This control permits adjustment of the receiver output
for a comfortable listening level with the earphone of
Handset H-33G/PT, with Headset H-233, or with
loudspeaker LS-166/U. It also permits adjustment of
the input level to the external fsk unit, if connected.
c. The frequency control circuits provide two highly
stable signals that are used in the receiver transmitter
circuits to generate hf singlesideband transmit signals
and to demodulate these signals to obtain audio output
in the receive mode. The 500-kHz standard signal is
fixed-tuned and applied to the balanced modulator
circuit of the transmitter and to the product detector
circuit of the receiver. The 2.5 to 12.499-MHz hf
oscillator signal is tunable in 1-kHz steps to provide
transmitter output in the hf range between 2.0-11.999MfHz.
d. The power supply circuits provide all operating
voltages required by the AN/PRC-47.
These potentials are derived from either a 26.5 volt dc
or a 115-volt, 400-Hz ac primary power source. If the
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Figure 2-2. Receiver-Transmitter Circuits, Block Diagram
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oscillator is coarse-tuned in ten 1-MHz stems by the
whole megahertz control knob on the front panel of
RT671/PRC-47. Fine tuning is accomplished by varying
the vfo output inductor with the 10-kHz and the 100-kHz
frequency control knobs, or by the application of a dc
error voltage to the frequency determining circuits by
the discriminator of Oscillator Control C-4311/PRC-47
IA7).
This discriminator is part of a closed-loop
frequency control system that compares the vfo output
with crystal-controlled reference oscillator frequencies
and then automatically adjusts the vfo output frequency
to synchronize it with the crystal standard frequencies.
The crystal oscillators are adjustable in four decades:
whole megahertz step, 100-kHz steps, 10-kHz steps,
and 1-kHz steps. The whole megahertz and 100kHz
signals are derived from a common highly stabilized
crystal-controlled source in Radio Frequency Oscillator
0-1032/PRC-47 (A6). This 3-MHz primary signal is first
divided by six to obtain the 500-kHz standard signal
used by the receiver-transmitter circuits and by the IMHz pulse generator in the CV-1377A/PRC-47 (A3).
Then this 500-kHz output is further divided by five to
obtain the 100-kHz signal used in the 100kHz pulse
generator circuit of oscillator control
receive rf from the antenna system passes through the
t/r relay directly to the rf amplifier stages. Tuned circuits
in these stages reject unwanted signals that may enter
the antenna system, and select only the desired band of
signals for amplification before routing them to the
receiver mixer. In the receiver mixer, the rf signal is
heterodyned with the 2.5 to 12.499-MHz hf oscillator
signal to produce an intermediate frequency output near
500-kHz. The if. amplifier and bandpass filter circuits
used for transmitting are also used in the receive mode.
In these circuits the incoming signal is amplified while
undesired adjacent-channel and image signals are
attenuated before the if. signal is applied to the product
detector. The output of the product detector is the
demodulated single-sideband receive if. signal. This
audio output is filtered and then amplified by the
receiver amplifier and audio output amplifier circuits
before being applied to the earphone or other connected
audio output device.
c. The frequency control circuits of Radio Set
AN/PRC-47 are shown in figure 2-3. The hf oscillator
signal for both the transmit and receive functions is
obtained from the variable frequency oscillator (vfo) of
Signal Data Translator CV1377A/PRC-47 (A3). This
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Figure 2-3. Frequency Control circuits, Block Diagram
a sine wave output at the 1-MHz frequency step that has
been selected by the frequency control knobs on the
front panel. The 100-kHz output of the divider in radio
frequency oscillator (A6) is applied to the 100-kHz pulse
A7. The 1-MHz pulse generator of this module doubles
the incoming 500-kHz standard signal and then converts
the resulting signal into a 1-MHz pulse-train. These
pulses are applied to the 5 to 14-MHz amplifier circuits
of the CV1377A/PRC-47 (A3) where a ringer generates
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power source. Interlocking is provided so that alternate
source input circuits are disconnected. When the
receive mode is selected, all necessary voltages for the
radio set are provided by the low-voltage filter regulator
circuit of Power Supply PP-3518/PRC47 (A5). This
subassembly filters and regulates the 26.5-volt dc
primary power when the dc mains are connected, but
when the 115-volt, 400-Hz primary power source is
attached, a portion of this voltage is rectified by the lowvoltage circuits and then smoothed by the filter-regulator
before application to the circuits in the modules of the
equipment. When the transmit mode is enabled, highvoltage power supply circuits provide heater. bias, and
plate power for the vacuum tubes and bias voltages for
the transistorized circuits of the radio set. The highvoltage power supply circuits are enabled by operation
of the push-to-talk (ptt) switch on the operator's handset,
by placing the CW-FSK/VOICE switch on the front of
RT-671/PRC-47 to CW-FSK, or by setting the OPRTUNE switch on the front of RT-671/PRC-47 to TUNE.
When the 115-volt ac primary power mains are
connected, operation of the high-voltage transformer
and rectifier-filter circuits is conventional. A multiplesecondary high-voltage transformer provides ac power
to the several rectifier-filter circuits that distribute the
required transmitter voltages. If the 26.5-volt dc primary
power source is connected, however. a portion of this
power is applied to a 400-Hz power oscillator on the
main chassis of RT-671/PRC-47. This circuit performs
the normal inverter function and generates a squarewave voltage whose output amplitude is approximately
26.5 volts at 400 Hz. The square-wave voltage from
this power oscillator is applied to an appropriate primary
winding on the high-voltage transformer and suitable
output voltages are obtained from the connected
rectifier-filter circuits.
generator circuit of oscillator control (A7). This circuit
generates a 100-kHz pulse-train and then converts it to
a sine wave at any single 100-kHz frequency step
between 1.8and 0.9 MHz.
The selected whole
megahertz output of the 5to 14-MHz amplifier in CV1377A/PRC-47 (A3) is combine with the selected 100kHz output of the 1.8 to 0.9-MHz circuits in a mixer
whose output is the difference between these two input
frequencies. The resulting reference signal has a range
from 3.2 to 13.1MHz in 100-kHz steps, and it is combine
with the 2.5to 12.499-MHz vfo signal in a second mixer
circuit. The resulting 700to 601-kHz signal represents
the hf oscillator output with an accrued frequency error.
Two crystal oscillators in C-4311/PRC-47 (A7) provide
reference signals that are combine also in a mixer.
These oscillators are adjusted by the gear-train
associated with the 1-kHz and the 10-kHz frequency
dials of the KILOCYCLES indicator on the front panel of
RT-671/PRC-47.
The output of this third mixer
represents the desired channel selection in 1-kHz steps,
and this frequency is combined in the discriminator
circuit with the output of the second mixer to obtain an
error voltage proportional to the vfo error signal. The
output of the discriminator controls the vfo and returns it
to the desired operating frequency.
d. The power supply circuits of the AN/PRC47 are
shown in figure 2-4. These circuits obtain primary power
from either the 115-volt, 400-Hz ac mains or from a 26.5
volt dc primary power source similar to Storage Battery
BB-451/U. The appropriate circuit within the power
supply is automatically selected when the power cable is
attached to the front panel connector of the radio set.
Operation of the POWER-LIGHTS switch on the front of
RT-671/PRC-47 to the POWER ON position causes the
appropriate power control relay to operate and connect
the appropriate input circuit to the selected primary
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Figure 2-4. Power Supply Circuits, Block Diagram.
receiver mixer Q11 with the output of Q10. The
difference between these two signals, approximately
500 kHz, is applied to follower Q9 and routed to the if.
amplifier circuits of amplifier-modulator A2.
After
amplification by A2Q2, the if. signal is routed through
bandpass filter FL1 where the if. carrier signal and the
undesired sideband are greatly attenuated. Following
additional amplification by if. amplifiers Q3 through Q5,
this signal is demodulated by the product detector
circuit.
2-5. Receive Signal Path
(fig. 7-2)
a. In the receive mode, the 2.0to 11.999-MHz rf
signal from the antenna system is routed through the
normally-closed contacts of t/r relay K101 in the power
amplifier compartment to receiver antenna relay K5 on
the Main chassis of the receiver-transmitter. Both of
these relays are deenergized in the receive mode, but
are energized by the voice-operated-transmit (vox)
circuits during transmitter operation. The receive rf
signals from the normally closed contacts of receiver
antenna relay K5 pass through the tuned circuits of
signal data translator A3 and are amplified by rf
amplifiers V1 and V2. These stages are also used tc
amplify transmit rf signals when the transmit mode is
selected, and are tuned to the operating frequency
selected by the frequency control knobs on the front
panel of RT671/PRC-47. The additional selectivity
provided by these tuned circuits restricts the signals
applied to the rf amplifier input to those that are on, or
very near, the selected operating channel.
b. Relay A3K1 is deenergized during receiver
operation and its contacts route the amplified rf signal
from the second rf amplifier (V2) to follower Q1O.
(During transmit periods. A3K 1 is energized and
capacitor C187 is connected to the output of V2.) The
hf oscillator signal from the frequency control circuits is
isolated by follower 24 Q12 and is then mixed in
c. The audio component of the if. signal is
extracted by mixing the if. signal with a carrier injection
signal (500-kHz standard) at the intermediate frequency.
The output of the product detector is then passed
through a low-pass filter to remove undesired
frequencies caused by mixing and then amplified by
driver stage Q10 and audio output amplifier Q11WQ12X
in audio frequency amplifier A1. This amplified audio
signal is applied to the corrected audio output device
through front panel VOLUME control R11-R12. Once
the average audio output level has been established by
the setting of the VOLUME control. automatic gain
control (agc) circuits in audio frequency amplifier A1
maintain the output level relatively constant despite
fading signal conditions. The +agc voltage' from agc
amplifier Q9 is applied to if. amplifiers Q2 and Q3 while
the -agc output of detector CR12-CR13 is applied to
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the grid circuits of rf amplifiers V1 and V2 in signal data
translator A3.
dard signal from the frequency control circuits. The
resulting output from the balanced modulator is a
double-sideband, suppressed-carrier signal that is
amplified by alc amplifier Q1 and if amplifier Q2 before
being applied to bandpass filter FL1. Only the lower
sideband remains after this signal is applied to FL1 and
this single sideband is further amplified by Q3 through
Q5 before being applied to signal data translator A3. If.
amplifiers Q3 through A5 and bandpass filter FL1 are
shared with the receiver circuits of the receivertransmitter, but during the transmit period the agc bias
otherwise applied to Q2 and Q3 is removed so that the
if. gain of this circuit will not vary as a function of
modulation.
d. Transmit relay A2K1 fin amplifier-modulator A2)
is energized for transmit operation by closure of vox
relay A1K1. The output of if. amplifier Q5 is routed
through the closed contacts of A2K1 to the transmit
mixer (CR3-CR8) in signal data translator A3. The 2.5to 12.499-MHz hf oscillator signal from the frequency
control circuits is applied to the transmit mixer through
follower Q13. The difference-frequency obtained by
heterodyning this signal with the 500-kHz if. output of
Q5 is a 2.0to 11.999-MHz single-sideband rf signal that
is buffered by follower Q14 before being applied to
amplifier QI5 and subsequently to rf amplifiers V1 and
V2. The amplified hf output of V2 is further amplified by
driver V3 and power amplifier V101. The output circuit
of the power amplifier is connected to the antenna
system when t/r relay K101 is closed. This stage is
tuned to the operating frequency shown on the
KILOCYCLES indicator and is loaded to the antenna
system by the adjustment of POWER AMPLIFIER
TUNE and POWER AMPLIFIER LOAD controls on the
front of RT-671/PRC-47. Optimum adjustment of these
controls is indicated by maximum deflection (maximum
power output) of XMTR OUTPUT meter M 101 on the
front of the receiver-transmitter.
2-6. Transmit Signal Path (fig. 7-3)
a. In the transmit mode, the audio signal is
obtained from the microphone of Handset H 33G/PT or
from the transmit output circuits of an external fsk unit.
This signal is connected to the transmit audio input of
audio frequency amplifier A1 where it is amplified by
microphone amplifier Q1 and Q3, clipped by limiters
CR5-CR6, further amplified by output amplifier Q4, and
applied to the audio input of the balanced modulator of
amplifier-modulator A2. Part, of the amplified audio
output from Q4 is also applied to sidetone gate CR10.
This gate is enabled during tansmit periods by the bias
from sidetone rectifier CR101 in the power amplifier
compartment so that the sidetone audio from Q4 is
routed through driver Q10, audio output amplifier Q1
1W-QI2X and VOLUME control R11-R12 to the
connected audio output device. The sidetone audio is
then available for monitoring purposes.
b. Another part of the output signal from Q4 is
applied to vox detector CR7-CR8. When this signal
level exceeds a minimum threshold value, vox relay K 1
transfers circuit functions in the RT-671/PRC-47 from
the receive mode to the transmit mode. It the audio
signal drops below this threshold level, or disappears
completely for a predetermined period of time, these
circuits will automatically return to the receive
configuration.
(Where the vox mode is not
implemented, vox relay K1 cannot cause operation of
the ptt relay (A5K1) in power supply module A5. This
relay operates when the ptt switch on the operator's
handset is pressed and energizes the high-voltage
power supply circuits.) If continuous wave (cw)
telegraphy is desired, the circuit functions described
above apply except that Telegraph Key J-45 turns on,
and shuts off, the audio tone generated by oscillator Q5.
This tone replaces the voice audio at the input of
microphone amplifier Q3, and is amplified by the
remaining circuits of audio frequency amplifier A 1. In
the cw mode, the CW-FSK/VOICE switch on the front
panel of RT-671 /PRC-47 is placed in the CW-FSK
position so that vex relay A1K1 and ptt relay A5K1 are
both energized The CW-FSK/VOICE switch must be
returned to the VOICE position when it is desired to
receive incoming telegraph or teletypewriter signals (i.e.,
break-in operation is not possible).
c. That part of the audio signal from Q4 that is
applied to the balanced modulator of amplifiermodulator A2 is mixed with the 500-kHz stan-
2-7. Frequency Control Circuits (fig. 7-4)
a. The temperature-compensated crystal-oscillator
of radio frequency oscillator A6 is an extremely stable
standard that provides a 3-MHz output signal for the
frequency divider (locked oscillator) circuits of this
module. The crystal is contained in a temperaturecontrolled oven to minimize frequency drift caused by
changes in ambient temperature, and the circuit is
equipped with an adjustment that permits compensation
for long-term crystal aging effects. Transistor Q1 is the
oscillator, and transistors Q2 and Q3
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provide isolation that enhances overall frequency
stability. Locked oscillator Q4 divides the output of the
3-MHz oscillator by six times to provide the 500-kHz
standard signal. Part of this output is routed through
follower Q7 to locked oscillator Q8 where it is further
divided by five to obtain the 100-kHz output signal. This
latter signal is amplified by 100-kHz amplifier Q9 before
being applied to the 100-kHz pulse generator circuits of
oscillator control A7. The remaining portion of the
output from locked oscillator Q4 is amplified by 500-kI]z
amplifiers Q5 and Q6 before being routed to the
receiver-transmitter circuits as the 500-kHz standard
signal. Part of the output of Q5 is converted to 1-M Hz
by frequency doubler Q4 in oscillator control A7. This
sinousoidal signal is applied to pulse generator Q5-Q6
where it is converted to a 1-MHz pulse-train that is
subsequently amplified by Q7 before application to
pulse amplifier A19 in signal data translator A3. The
output circuit of Q19 is a parallel-resonant tuned circuit
that is selectable in 1-MHz increments between 5- and
14-MHz as shown below. Depending upon the selection
made by the frequency control knobs on the front panel
of RT-671/PRC-47, one whore megahertz channel in
this range is made available to the subsequent circuits.
A constant amplitude signal is assured by passing this
selected frequency through limiters Q16 and Q17 before
application to follow er Q18.
KILOCYCLES indicator
reading
2000 to 2999
3000 to 3999
4000 to 4999
5000 to 5999
6000 to 6999
7000 to 7999
8000 to 8999
9000 to 9999
10000 to 10999
11000 to 11999
Pulse amplifier Q 19 output
frequency (MHz.)
5.0
6.0
7.0
8.0
9.0
10.0
11.0
12.0
13.0
14.0
b. The 100-kHz output of Q9 in radio frequency
oscillator A6 is applied to pulse generator Q1-Q2 in
oscillator control A7. This pulse generator converts the
sinousoidal input into a 100-kHz pulse-train. The output
circuit of pulse amplifier Q3 is a parallel-resonant tuned
circuit that is selectable in 100-kHz increments between
1.8 and 0.9 MHz as shown in the following table.
Depending upon the selection made by the frequency
controls on the front panel of RT-671/PRG-47, one
single 100-kHz frequency is made available to the
subsequent circuits. A constant amplitude signal is
assured by passing this selected frequency through
KILOCYCLES indicator
reading
XX000 to XX099
XX100 to XX199
XX200 to XX299
XX300 to XX399
XX400 to XX499
XX500 to XX599
XX600 to XX699
XX700 to XX799
XX800 to X X899
XX900 to XX999
Pulse amplifier Q19 output
frequency (MHz.)
1.8
1.7
1.6
1.5
1.4
1.3
1.2
1.1
1.0
0.9
limiters Q17, Q18, and Q19. The spurious frequencies
introduced in the output by this limiting are removed by a
filter and the remaining signal is routed to follower Q24.
The 1.8- to 0.9 MHz output of Q24 is heterodyned with the
5- to 14-MHz output from follower Q18 in signal data
translator A6 in diode quad mixer CR10. The differencefrequency that results from this mixing is a single 100-kHz
frequency between 3.2 and 13.1 MHz as shown in the
following table. This signal frequency is routed through
follower Q25 to diode quad mixer CR11 where it is mixed
with the hf oscillator output signal that was generated by
KILOCYCLES
indicator
reading
2000 to 2099
2100 to 2199
2200 to 2299
2300 to 2399
2400 to 2499
2500 to 2599
2600 to 2699
2700 to 2799
2800 to 2899
2900 to 2999
3000 to 3099
3100 to 3199
3200 to 3299
3300 to 3399
3400 to 3499
3500 to 3599
3600 to 3699
3700 to 3799
3800 to 3899
3900 to 3999
4000 to 4099
4100 to 4199
4200 to 4299
4300 to 4399
4400 to 4499
4500 to 4599
4600 to 4699
4700 to 4799
4800 to 4899
4900 to 4999
5000 to 5099
5100 to 5199
5200 to 5299
5300 to 5399
5400 to 5499
2-10
Mixer CR
output
(MHz.)
3.2
3.3
3.4
3.5
3.6
3.7
3.8
3.9
4.0
4.1
4.2
4.3
4.4
4.5
4.6
4.7
4.8
4.9
5.0
5.1
5.2
5.3
5.4
5.5
5.6
5.7
5.8
5.9
6.0
6.1
6.2
6.3
6.4
6.5
6.6
KILOCYCLES
indicator
reading
5500 to 5599
5600 to 5699
5700 to 5799
5800 to 5899
5900 to 5999
6000 to 6099
6100 to 6199
6200 to 6299
6300 to 6399
6400 to 6499
6500 to 6599
6600 to 6699
6700 to 6799
6800 to 6899
6900 to 6999
7000 to 7099
7100 to 7199
7200 to 7299
7300 to 7399
7400 to 7499
7500 to 7599
7600 to 7699
7700 to 7799
7800 to 7899
7900 to 7999
8000 to 8099
8100 to 8199
3200 to 8299
8300 to 8399
3400 to 8499
8500 to 8599
3600 to 8699
3700 to 8799
3800 to 8899
3900 to 8999
Mixer CR10
output
(MHz.)
6.7
6.8
6.9
7.0
7.1
7.2
7.3
7.4
7.5
7.6
7.7
7.8
7.9
8.0
8.1
8.2
8.3
8.4
8.5
8.6
8.7
8.8
8.9
9.0
9.1
9.2
9.3
9.4
9.5
9.6
9.7
9.8
9.9
10.0
10.1
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KILOCYCLES
indicator
reading
9000 to 9099
9100 to 9199
9200 to 9299
9300 to 9399
9400 to 9499
9600 to 9599
9600 to 9699
9700 to 9799
9800 to 9899
9900 to 9999
10000 to 10099
10100 to 10199
10200 to 10299
10300 to 10399
10400 to 10499
Mixer CR10
output
(MHz.)
10.2
10.3
10.4
10.5
10.6
10.7
10.8
10.9
11.0
11.1
11.2
11.3
11.4
11.5
11.6
KILOCYCLES
indicator
reading
10500 to 10599
10600 to 10699
10700 to 10799
10800 to 10899
10900 to 10999
11000 to 11099
11100 to 11199
11200 to 11299
11300 to 11399
11400 to 11499
11500 to 11-13
11600 to 11699
11700 to 11799
11800 to 11899
11900 to 11999
Mixer CR10
output
(MHz.)
11.7
11.8
11.9
12.0
12.1
12.2
12.3
12.4
12.6
12.6
12.7
12.8
12.9
13.0
13.1
KILOCYCLES
Mixer CR1
indicator
reading
XXX66
XXX67
XXX68
XXX69
XXX70
XXX71
XXX72
XXX73
XXX74
XXX75
XXX76
XXX77
XXX78
XXX79
XXX80
XXX81
XXX82
output
(MHz.)
634
633
632
631
630
629
628
627
626
625
624
623
622
621
620
619
618
KILOCYCLE
S
indicator
reading
XXX83
XXX84
XXX85
XXX86
XXX87
XXX88
XXX89
XXX90
XXX91
XXX92
XXX93
XXX94
XXX95
XXX96
XXX97
XXX98
XXX99
Mixer CR1 1
output
(MHz ).
617
616
615
614
613
612
611
610
609
608
607
606
605
604
603
602
601
circuits of signal data translator A3. The differencefrequency resulting from this second mixing is a single 1kHz frequency between 700 and 601 kHz, as indicated in
the table below, that also contains the error increment of
c. The output frequency of oscillator Q20 is dependent
the hf oscillator signal. This output is amplified by Q26,
upon
the 1-kHz frequency control selection that chooses an
filtered, and then further amplified by Q27. The resulting
sinousoidal signal is passed through clipper CR9-CR15 to appropriate crystal from Y1 through Y10. These crystals are
adjusted so that the oscillator output frequencies between
form a square-wave output signal.
3.007 and 3.016 MHz are obtained as shown in the following
table. Similarly, the output frequency of oscillator Q21 is
dependent upon the 10-kHz
KILOCYCLES
indicator
reading
XXX00
XXX01
XXX02
XXX03
XXX04
XXX05
XXX06
XXX07
XXX08
XXX09
XXX10
XXX11
XXX12
XXX13
XXX14
XXX15
XXX16
XXX17
XXX18
XXX19
XXX20
XXX21
XXX22
XXX23
XXX24
XXX25
XXX26
XXX27
XXX28
XXX29
XXX30
XXX31
XXX32
Mixer CR1 1
output
(MHz.)
700
699
698
697
696
695
694
693
692
691
690
689
688
687
686
685
684
683
682
681
680
679
678
677
676
675
674
673
672
671
670
669
668
KILOCYCLES
indicator
reading
XXX33
XXX34
XXX35
XXX36
XXX37
XXX38
XXX39
XXX40
XXX41
XXX42
XXX43
XXX44
XXX45
XXX46
XXX47
XXX48
XXX49
XXX50
XXX51
XXX52
XXX53
XXX54
XXX55
XXX56
XXX57
XXX58
XXX59
XXX60
XXX61
XXX62
XXX63
XXX64
XXX65
Mixer CR1 1
output
(MHz.)
667
666
665
664
663
662
661
660
659
658
657
656
655
654
653
652
651
650
649
648
647
646
645
644
643
642
641
640
639
638
637
636
635
KILOCYCLES
indicator
reading
XXXX0
XXXX1
XXXX2
XXXX3
XXXX4
Oscillator Q20
output frequency
(MHz.)
3.007
3.008
3.009
3.010
3.011
KILOCYCLES
indicator
reading
XXXX5
XXXX6
XXXX7
XXXX8
XXXX9
Oscillator Q20
(MHz.
3.012
3.013
3.014
3.015
3 .016
frequency control selection that chooses an appropriate
crystal from Y11 through Y20. These crystals are adjusted
so that the oscillator output frequencies lie between 3.707
and 3.617 MHz as shown in the following table. The output
of oscillators Q20 and A21 are mixed in Q22 to obtain a
single difference-frequency between 700 and 601 kHz.
This reference frequency is routed
kilocycles
Oscillator Q21
indicator
output frequency
reading
(MHz.)
XXX00 to XXX09
3.707
XXX10 to XXX19
3.697
XXX20 to XXX29
3.687
XXX30 to XXX39
3.677
XXX40 to XXX49
3. 667
KILOCYCLES
Oscillator Q21
indicator
output frequency
reading
MHz )
XXX50 to XXX59
3.657
XXX60 to XXX69
3.647
XXX70 to XXX79
3.637
XXX80 to XXX89
3.627
XXX90 to XXX99
3. 617
through a low-pass filter to remove spurious frequencies
that may have been generated through mixing, and then it
is applied to clippers CR7 CR8. The resulting squarewave
is coupled to the adder/phase-shift circuit of the
discriminator by follower Q23. A phase-shift circuit is
inserted in the signal path from 023 to discriminator
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than previously. The reduced conduction of Q28 causes
the base of relay driver Q29 to become more positive
and it conducts. As Q29 conducts, relay K6 is operated
and a small dc voltage is applied to the dc error A and
dc error B inputs to the varicap control circuit of signal
data translator A3. Since this small voltage is used to
calibrate the hf oscillator initially, the frequency of this
circuit returns to a value within the capture range of the
discriminator circuits. After capture is assured, antilock
relay K6 is deenergized (as the voltage again appears at
the base of transistor switch Q28). The dc error
voltages at the output of the discriminator regain control
of the hf oscillator frequency-determining circuits and
adjust the output frequency accordingly.
amplifier Q8 and the reference frequency is summed
with the output of clippers CR9-CR15 in the adder. The
unshifted output of Q23 is also summed with the output
of CR9-CR15 in the adder circuit associated with
discriminator amplifier Q11. Transistor pairs Q8-Q11,
Q9-Q12, and Q10-Q13 are each carefully selected to
provide identical gain in each discriminator channel.
When the hf oscillator signal from signal data translator
A3 differs only slightly from the reference oscillator
signal (by 5 kHz, or less), the envelope of the summed
signals in these two discriminator channels will remain
out of phase by an amount dependent upon the
frequency error between the two signals. The leading
edge of the summed signal envelope triggers frequency
discriminators Q10 and Q13 so that they operate like a
bistable multivibrator at a rate equal to the phasedifference between the two envelopes.
The error
voltage at the output of these two transistors may be
either positive or negative, depending upon whether the
hf oscillator signal is higher or lower than the frequency
of the reference oscillator signal. The amount of
frequency-difference
between
the
two
signals
determines the amplitude of this dc error voltage. The
dc error voltages are applied to voltage-controlled
capacitors in the frequency-determining circuits of the hf
oscillator in signal data translator A3. As the frequency
of the hf oscillator is corrected, the error frequency at
the input to the discriminator is reduced and the
resulting dc error voltage at the output of this circuit
again approaches zero Coarse frequency control of the
hf oscillator is obtained by the adjustment of the
frequency control knobs on the front panel of RT671/PRC-47. The 2 5- to 12.499-MHz hf oscillator
signal is isolated and amplified by buffer amplifier Q21
before being routed to follower Q2 and the subsequent
circuits. Amplifiers Q6-Q7 and associated follower Q8
provide hf oscillator signals to the receiver-transmitter
circuits; while amplifiers Q3-Q4 and associated follower
Q5 provide the injection signal for diode quad mixer
CR11 in oscillator control A7.
d. In some instances, transients may cause the
discriminator circuits of oscillator control A7 to lose
capture of the hf oscillator in signal data translator A3.
The automatic capture circuit consists of detector CR12CR13, transistor switch Q28, and relay driver Q29 in
association wi th antilock relay K6 on the main chassis
of RT671/PRC-47. As the loss of capture occurs, the
voltage drop across emitter resistor R142 decreases; the
base of transistor switch Q28 becomes less positive,
and 28 conducts less
2-8. Power Supply Circuits (fig. 7-5 and 7-6)
a. When the 115-volt, 400-Hz ac primary source is
used to power the radio set, the cable is attached to the
POWER receptacle on the front panel of RT-671/PRC47 and this voltage is routed to the radio set by fuse F2.
A portion of this input voltage is applied to low-voltage
transformer T2 in power supply module A5 where the
low-voltage circuit steps down this potential, rectifies it,
and filters it in conventional bridge-rectifier, capacitorinput LC filter circuits. The resulting 24-volt dc output is
routed to audio frequency amplifier A1 and passes
through the normally-closed contacts of B + relay K3 to
the signal data translator. A conventional series-type
electronic voltage regulator, consisting of transistors Q1
through Q3 and their associated circuits, is used to
provide a regulated 20 volts dc output. This potential is
applied to the continuously energized circuits of the
receiver-transmitter, and to the voice-operated circuits
of amplifier-modulator A2 and signal data translator A3.
An output from low-voltage rectifier CR26 through CR29
provides 26.5 volts dc [unregulated and unfiltered) for
circuits in audio frequency amplifier A I, signal data
translator A3, and the panel lamps on the front of
RT671/PRC-47. A branch of this same circuit arms the
push-to-talk relay (A5K1) in the power supply module.
b. A portion of the incoming 115-volt primary
power is applied to step-down transformer T2, is
rectified by bridge-rectifier CR3 through CR6, and
applied to ac power control relay K2. The contacts of
this relay route the primary power to high-voltage
transformer T1 in power supply A5 whenever POWERLIGHTS switch S1 on the
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applied as a 150-volt dc plate and screen voltage to rf
amplifiers V1 and V2 of signal data translator A3.
d. When a 26.5-volt dc primary source is used for
operation of the radio set, this source is connected to
the POWER receptacle on the front of RT-671 /PRC-47
instead of the 115-volt ac power cable. The 26.5-volt
incoming power is routed through fuse F1 and the
contacts of dc power control relay K 1 to the power
supply circuits of the radio set. With no ac power
connected, dc power control relay K1 is operated when
the POWER-LIGHTS switch (S1) on the front panel of
RT-671/PRC-4? (or a remote control on-off switch) is
placed to ON. As this relay operates, the contacts in the
115-volt ac circuit are opened, and the contacts
associated with the 26.5-volt circuit are closed so that
power is applied to: the 26.5-volt dc circuits of audio
frequency amplifier A1, signal data translator A3, and
the panel lamp circuits on the front of RT-671/PRC47;
the filter consisting of inductor L1 and capacitors C25
and C26 to the normally-closed contacts of B + relay K3
to the 24-volt dc circuits of audio frequency amplifier
A1; through the normally-closed contacts of B + relay K3
to the 24-volt dc circuits of signal data translator A3; and
to voltage regulator Q1 through Q3. The push-to-talk
relay in the power supply is armed so that it may be
operated by selection of the transmit mode, and
regulated dc is routed from the output of the voltage
regulator to the 20-volt circuits of the radio set and
through the contacts of B + relay K3 to the circuits of
amplifier-modulator A2 and signal data translator A3
that are voice-operated.
e. Push-to-talk relay K1 in power supply A5 is
operated by selection of the transmit mode. (Refer to
paragraph 2-8 b for a detailed discussion of operation of
relay K1.) In addition to a contact-pair in the 115-volt ac
circuit to high-voltage transformer T1, another contactpair is associated with the center-tap of this primary
winding. As these contacts close, dc power is applied to
400-Hz power oscillator Q1-Q2, and a 26.5-volt, 400-Hz
squarewave ac is generated and applied to part of the
transformer primary winding. With this square wave
voltage applied, operation of the transformer, rectifier,
and filter circuits is identical to the description shown in
paragraph 2-8 c except that a contact-pair on ac power
control relay K1 selects a tap on the 6.3volt ac filament
winding of T1 for proper output to the connected
vacuum tube filament circuits.
front of RT-671/PRC-47 (or a remote control on-off
switch) is placed to ON. Push-to-talk relay A5K 1 in the
power supply module is operated by any one of the
following conditions provided that overtemperature
cutout K103 in the power amplifier compartment has not
opened: by CW-FSK/VOICE switch S2 (when placed to
the CW-FSK position by OPR-TUNE switch S102 (when
placed to the TUNE position); and by the handset ptt
switch (when it is pressed). Thermal override switch
S3B is physically part of BATTERY TEST switch S3A,
and it must be held fully depressed to permit operation
of the radio set after overtemperature cutout K103 has
operated.
c. In the transmit mode, ac power control relay K2
and B + relay K3 in the main chassis of the radio set,
and push-to-talk relay A5K1 are all operated. The 115volt ac primary power is routed through the contacts of
K2 and A5K1 to the 115-volt primary winding of highvoltage transformer T1. This primary winding is tapped
for operation with the power oscillator described in
paragraph 2-8 e. High-voltage transformer T1 contains
several secondary windings that provide a variety of ac
and dc outputs during transmitter operation. A 6.3-volt
ac winding provides heater power for the power
amplifier stage and for the rf amplifiers and the driver in
signal data translator A3. An additional secondary
winding is provided for each of the four rectifier-filter
circuits that supply dc potentials to other parts of the
transmitter.
Rectifier CR1 through CR4 and its
associated filter and bias adjusting network provide-110
volts dc and-32 volts dc for the grid circuits of the power
amplifier (V101) and the driver (A3V3) respectively.
Each of these outputs is individually adjustable to
provide optimum operation of the vacuum tube with
which it is associated. Rectifier CR6 through CR17 is a
fullwave bridge-type circuit employing three diodes in
each leg. The output of this rectifier is filtered by
capacitor C6 and resistors R6 and R7 to provide 1500
volts dc for the plate circuit of power amplifier V101.
Rectifier CR18 through CR21 provides an output that is
filtered by capacitors C19 and resistors R9 and R10 and
it operates the screen circuit of the power amplifier tube.
The rectified output of CR22 through CR25 is routed to
the filter circuit consisting of capacitor C20 and resistors
R11 and R12. The output of this circuit is applied to the
driver stage (V3) of signal data translator A3 and a
portion of it is dropped through resistor R8 before being
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resistance through the diode legs of CR17 so that audio
peaks from the microphone input are limited and the
amplified output from Q1 remains essentially constant
for wide variations in microphone input level. When the
incoming audio is a low-level signal, the forward bias
applied to compressor CR17 is small and the individual
diodes are operated in their high forward-resistance
region. As the audio signal increases, the bias voltage
from compressor rectifier CR1 through CR4 also
increases and the diodes of CR17 operate in a lower
forward-resistance region and load the input circuit of
microphone amplifier Q1. The operating bias for the
carbon microphone element in the handset is obtained
from the 20-volt dc power connection. Resistor R3 and
capacitor C] provide decoupling and control the amount
of bias applied to this microphone circuit.
2-9. Audio Frequency Amplifier AM -3506/PRC-47
(A8A1) (fig. 2-5 through 2-7)
a. The audio from the microphone is applied to
microphone amplifier Q1 and to the shunt compressor
circuit (CR17). After amplification, part of the output
signal from Q1 is routed to audio amplifier Q3 and the
remainder is amplified in compressor amplifier Q2. The
amplified output of Q2 is then coupled by transformer
T1 to compressor rectifier CR1 through CR4, filtered by
capacitors C3 and C4, and applied as an un. grounded
forward bias voltage across compressor CR17. This
bridge rectifier assembly is connected so that two
variable-resistance paths are available to the incoming
audio signal. The amount of forward bias applied by
compressor rectifier CR1 through CR4 determines the
path
Figure 2-5 Compressor/Amplifier Circuit Schematic Diagram.
connected to the cw key input (P1-18) and to the audio
oscillator circuit. When this ground is connected to the
cold end of its tank circuit (L2-
b. When the radio set Is operated in either the cw
or fsk mode, or when OPR/TUNE switch S102 is placed
in the TUNE position, a ground is
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all of the supply voltage appears across C26 so that the
base of Q6 is near ground potential and it remains cut
off. When the audio input level exceeds the threshold
value, however, the base of vex amplifier Q7 is biased
more positively and this transistor conducts.
The
amount of conduction is limited only by the amount of
negative feedback in the loop from the collector of Q7
through C26, through the base-emitter junction of Q6,
and back to the base of Q7. As Q7 begins to conduct,
the negative charge on the base of Q6 rapidly
disappears as C26 discharges through the low forwardresistance of CR9. At a point on the discharge curve of
C26, however, transistor Q6 reaches cutoff, the
negative feedback path to Q7 is opened, and transistor
Q7 immediately switches to full conduction. As this
occurs, vex relay K1 is operated through the ground
supplied by the collector-emitter junction of Q7. When
audio input disappears, or the level drops below the
threshold established by the circuit, a more negative
potential is applied to the base of Q7, and it is driven
toward cutoff. Total and immediate cutoff is prevented
by the presence of a small positive voltage in the
feedback loop, but as C26 charges, a point is reached
on the charge curve where nearly all the supply voltage
again appears across this capacitor. The base of Q6
again approaches ground, transistor Q7 is again cut off,
and vox relay Kl releases.
C21, Hartley oscillator Q5 is enabled and an output of
approximately 800 Hz is obtained. The oscillator output,
or the voice audio from microphone amplifier Q1, is
applied to audio amplifier Q3. The resulting amplified
output from Q3 is limited by CR5-CR6 and then applied
to output amplifier Q4 through microphone amplifier
gain control R27 This control is a screwdriver
adjustment that establishes the maximum transmit audio
output level at the secondary of transformer T2 and
connector P1-22. A portion of the output from Q4 is
also applied to vex detector CR7-CR8 through vox gain
control R40. The resulting positive voltage controls the
conduction of vox amplifiers Q6 and Q7. When a
minimum threshold voltage is available at the output of
CR7-CR8, as determined by the output level of Q4 and
the setting of vox gain control R40, transistors Q6-Q7
conduct and relay Kl is energized. The time required to
close the vox relay following application of an audio
signal to the input of the vox detector is called the attack
time. Similarly, the time required for the vox relay to
release after removal of the audio signal from the input
of the vex detector is called the release, or dropout,
time. A fast attack, slow release characteristic is
obtained by suitably selecting capacitor C26 and resistor
R43, in association with diode CR9 When the audio
input level is below the vox threshold, C26 charges
through Q6 and R43. When fully charged, nearly
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Figure 2.6 Output Amplifier, CW Used
47) is also operated and the high-voltage power supply
circuits are energized for transmitter operation. Unless
the vex option para 2-1 b) is implemented in Electrical
Equipment Chassis CH-474/PRC-47, only push-to-talk
operation is permissible with the existing circuits. As
vox
c. Vox relay K1 is also operated by pressing the
push-to-talk (ptt) switch on the handset, by placing CWFSK/VOICE switch S2 to CW-FSK, or by placing OPRTUNE switch S102 to TUNE. When any of these
controls is operated, push-to-talk relay A5K1 (in Power
Supply PP-3518/PRC-
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output of this amplifier is divided between the +agc
circuit containing Q9, and the-agc circuit containing
CR12-CR13.
Agc amplifier Q9 is biased in the
nonlinear region of its operating characteristic and
functions as a common-emitter detector. The collector
of Q9 is returned to ground through the bias network
associated with if. amplifiers Q2 and Q3 in amplifiermodulator A2 and this permits a positive dc voltage to
be ap plied to these stages that is proportional to the
average level of receive audio signal. Audio filtering at
the output of Q9 is provided by capacitor C42. The
other part of the amplified output from Q8 is rectified by
detector CRl2-CR13, filtered by capacitor C41, and is
then applied as a negative bias to the grid circuits of rf
amplifiers V 1 and V2 in signal data translator A3.
Sidetone gate CR10 is enabled in the transmit mode by
sidetone bias rectifier CR101 in the power amplifier
compartment of the receiver transmitter.
When
engaged, the sidetone audio from output amplifier Q4 is
applied to driver Q10 through sidetone gain control R46
and receiver gain control R54. After the maximum
output level of audio output amplifier Q11-Q12 has been
established by the setting of R54, the sidetone output
available during transmit periods is set by the
screwdriver adjustment of R46. In the receive mode,
sidetone gate CR10 is disabled and no output from the
microphone circuit is contributed to the driver output.
relay K1 is energized, the 26.5-volt dc output at P1-7
also operates t/r relay K10l and screen voltage relay
K103 in the power amplifier compartment, and B + relay
K3, 500-kHz relay K4, and receiver antenna relay K5 in
the main chassis of the receiver-transmitter.
d. The receive audio signal from amplifiermodulator A2 is applied to driver Q10 in audio
frequency amplifier A1 through receiver gain control
R54. This control is a screwdriver adjustment that sets
the maximum signal level available at the receiver
audio output terminals.
Driver Q10 amplifies this
incoming signal and routes it through transformer T3 to
push-pull audio output amplifier Q11-Q12. The resulting
amplified audio signal is applied through transformer T5
and the VOLUME control to the connected audio output
device. A portion of the incoming receive audio s anal
is also applied to agc gate CR11 by automatic gain
control R52. Agc gate CR11 is disabled during the
transmit period by a reserve bias of 26.5 volts dc that is
applied to it from vox relay K1. While disabled, no Agc
voltages are available for if. amplifiers Q2 and Q3 of
amplifier-modulator A2 or to rf amplifiers V1 and V2 in
signal data translator A3. As a result, these stages
operate at full circuit gain, using fixed bias during
transmit periods. In the receive mode, Agc gate CR11
is enabled, however, and the audio signal from Agc gain
control R52 i. applied to agc amplifier OR The
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Figure 2-7. Receiver Amplifier, AGC Circuit, and Sidetone Gate, Schematic Diagram.
and off in parts by the symetrically-fed transmit 500-kHz
standard signal. The output, therefore, consists of a
alternate positive and negative 500kHz pulses that
constitute the double-sideband, suppressed carrier
signal.
This double sideband is routed through
transformer T2 to alc amplifier Q1. The gain of alc
amplifier Q1 is controlled by the +alc and-alc bias
voltages that are returned to it from the power amplifier
and this assures that the sideband power level at the
transmitter output is maintained within the capabilities of
the power amplifier tube. alc amplifier Q1 is connected
in a common-base configuration and operates normally
with only self bias. The +alc bias is a-100-volt dc
reference voltage that is applied to the emitter circuit of
Q1. The-alc bias is applied to the base of Q1 and is
also-110 volts dc except when the power amplifier stage
draws grid current (class AB2).When this occurs, the alc bias becomes more negative and the circuit
gain of Q1 is reduced causing a corresponding reduction
in the power amplifier driving signal.
2-10. Amplifier-Modulator AM 3507/PRC-47 (A8A2)
{fig. 2-8 through 2-10)
a. During transmit periods, vox relay A1 K1 is
operated and 500-kHz relay K4 (on the main chassis) is
also energized. The transmit 500-kHz standard signal
from radio frequency oscillator A6 is routed through K4
to the balanced modulator where it is mixed with the
transmit audio output of amplifier A1Q4. The output of
balanced modulator CR1 through CR4 is a series of
pulses whose polarity and repetition rate are determined
by the phase and frequency of the 500-kHz standard
signal and whose amplitude is proportional to the
instantaneous amplitude of the audio input signal. In
terms of frequency analysis, the balanced modulator
output contains both upper- and lower-sideband signals
displaced from the 500-kHz intermediate frequency by
the instantaneous audio modulation frequency. The
balanced modulator has the familiar diode ring
configuration and provides a push-pull output. The
diodes of the ring are alternately switched on
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Figure 2-8. Balanced Modulator and A LC Circuit , Schematic Diagram.
to greatly attenuate the opposite sideband and the 500kHz standard signal. Further amplification of this lowersideband signal is obtained in if. amplifiers Q3 and Q4.
b. The double-sideband signal from alc amplifier
Q1 is further amplified by the common base circuit of if.
amplifier Q2 and then applied to the mechanical filter.
Bandpass filter FL1 is adjusted to pass only the lowersideband output of Q2 and
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Figure 2-9 If. Amplifier Circuit, Schematic Diagram.
connected diode mixers that are alternately switched on
and off at the 500-kHz standard signal rate. The receive
500-kHz standard signal is present only when the
receive mode is enabled and there is no 26.5-volt vex
signal applied to 500-kHz relay K4.
The audio
component at the output of the product detector is the
difference between the instantaneous values of the
incoming lower-sideband if. signal and the receive 500kHz standard signal. This audio output is routed through
the low-pass filter consisting of C30, C31, and L8 to
remove the remaining if. component before further
amplification by circuits in audio frequency amplifier A1
c. The intermediate frequency signal from if.
amplifier Q4 is further amplified by Q5. The output of
this common-emitter amplifier is routed to the normallyopen contacts of transmit relay K1, and then by way of
transformer T3 to the product detector. In the transmit
mode, the 26.5-volt dc potential from vox relay AlK1
operates transmit relay Kl and routes the transmit 500kHz if. output from P4-A3 to the transmit mixer of signal
data translator A3. When the receive mode is selected,
however, the receive if. signal from amplifier Q5 is
routed to the product detector circuit by transformer T3.
Product detector CR7-CR8 consists of two push-pull
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Figure 2-10. If. Amplifier and Product Detector Circuit, Schematic Diagram.
2-11. Signal Data Translator CV-1377A/PRC-47 (A8A3) (fig. 2-11 through 2-14, 7-11)
hf oscillator signal is again divided with part of it being
routed to follower Q12 and the remainder being applied
to follower Q13. The appropriate output of these circuits
is controlled by the bias voltage that is applied to either
the +20 vdc rcvr input or to the +20 vdc xmtr input as B
+ relay K5 on the main chassis is operated. Application
of this bias voltage to Q12 as the receive mode is
selected enables the follower and places a forward bias
on CR6 that disables this gate. The hf oscillator signal
is then routed to the receiver mixer (Q11). When the
transmit mode is enabled, +20 vdc smtr input from
connector P1-2 is applied to follower Q13 and a forward
bias is placed on diode CR5. The transmit mixer input
is made operative and the receiver mixer is disabled.
a. Signal data translator A3 contains isolation and
amplifier circuits, transmit sod receive mixer circuits, the
tuned rf amplifier and driver stages, and the hf oscillator
and buffer amplifier. Follower Q2 isolates the output of
buffer amplifier Q21 and routes the hf oscillator signal
through amplifiers Q3 and Q4 to follower Q5 and to the
oscillator control circuits (pare 2-14d ). This 2.5-to
12.499-MHz signal branches at the emitter of follower
Q2 and is amplified by Q6 and Q7 before being routed
to the transmitter and receiver mixer circuits by follower
Q8. At the emitter of Q8, the
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Figure 2-11. Isolation Amplifier Circuits, Schematic Diagram.
L100. Since the enabling bias @ +20 vdc xmtr) is not
applied, gate CR2 also remains enabled and this signal
is routed through follower Q9 to the if. amplifier circuits
of amplifier-modulator A2. During receiver operation
follower Q14 and amplifier Q15 are unbiased and
remain disabled. As the transmit mode is selected,
however, the +20 vdc xmtr bias is applied to P1-2 and
transistors Q14 and Q15 are enabled. Forward bias is
also applied to gate CR2 so that it is disabled and
b. The hf oscillator signal from follower Q 12 is
applied to the emitter of receiver mixer Q11 when the
receive mode is selected. The incoming receive rf
signal from second rf amplifier V2 is routed through the
normally-closed contacts of relay K1, through follower
Q10, to the base of receiver mixer Q11. The collector
of this transistor is tuned to the difference-frequency of
these two signals by the parallel-tuned circuit consisting
of capacitors C167 through C169 and inductor
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The absolute level of the difference-frequency obtained
by mixing is controlled by transmit gain control R148,
and the parallel trap consisting of capacitor C186 and
inductor L101 attenuates any 500-kHz standard signal
that may remain after mixing. Potentiometer R150
across the secondary winding of transformer T1 is used
to balance the transmitter mixer circuit to obtain
maximum suppression of the hf oscillator signal. The
2.0to 11.999-MHz signal produced by the transmit mixer
is coupled through follower Q14 and amplifier Q15 to
the rf stages(V1 and V2).
to relay K 1. As K1 operates, the transmit rf output from
second rf amplifier V2 is routed directly to the gird circuit
of driver V3. The transmit if. single sideband signal is
applied to the junction of resistors R58 and R59. The hf
oscillator signal from follower Ql3 is then routed to
transformer T1 whose secondary winding contains diode
mixers CR3 and CR8. These diodes are switched on
and off at the hf oscillator rate and the resulting
waveform across R148 is a pulse-train whose repetition
rate and polarity are determined by the 500-kHz transmit
if. signal.
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Figure 2-12. Receiver Mixer/Transmitter Mixer Circuits, Schematic Diagram.
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rejection and reduce adjacent-channel interference by
improving the input selectivity during receiver operation.
Receiver overloading is minimized by the use of
automatic gain control techniques. The agc bias applied
to the control grid circuits of rf amplifiers V1 and V2 is
obtained from circuits in audio frequency amplifier AI
(pare 2-9d).
d. The hf oscillator signal is generated by transistor
Q20 using the shunt- and series-tuned circuits
associated with bandswitches S6 and S10. Oscillator
Q20 is a common-base Colpitts configuration that
employee voltage-controlled capacitors in a shunt
network across the frequency-determining tank circuit to
provide automatic error-correction of the transmitterreceiver operating frequency by compensating voltages
developed in the discriminator circuits of oscillator
control A7. Coarse frequency control of the hf oscillator
(vfo) is provided by ganging the hf oscillator
bandswitches with the whole megahertz frequency
control shaft that adjusts the rf amplifier and driver
circuits.
Fine frequency control is provided by
application of error-correcting voltages to the error volts
A and/or error volts B inputs that control varicaps CR9
and CR10. A small time lag exists between the
application of the error voltage by the discriminator
circuits of oscillator control A7 and the change in hf
oscillator frequency. This is largely due to the slow
response of the varicap capacitance. As a result, some
over-correction can occur and some hunting exists
during the frequency control mode. The 2.5- to 12.499hf oscillator signal is amplified and buffered by Q21
before application to follower Q2 and the isolation
amplifier circuits. Capacitor C344 and slug rack L145
permit the initial hf oscillator frequency settings to be
made prior to tracking adjustments. Potentiometer
R162 in the base of buffer amplifier Q21 permits the hf
oscillator output level to be con troled over narrow
limits.
c. The rf amplifier and driver stages, as shown in
figure 7-12, are conventional vacuum-tube amplifiers
with bandswitching plate tank circuits. In the transmit
mode, the rf signal from amplifier Ql5 is applied to the
grid circuit of first rf amplifier V1, routed to second rf
amplifier V2, and further amplified by driver V3 before
being applied to the grid circuit of the power amplifier
stage. The rf amplifier/driver bandswitching circuits are
coarse-tuned by adjustment of the whole megahertz
frequency control knob on the front panel of the RT-671
/PRC-47. As this selection is made, a switch position is
selected that connects an appropriate tuned circuit
component to each stage. The bands of frequencies
that are selected at each switch position is shown in the
following table
Bandswitch
position
KILOCYCLES indicator
reading (MHz.)
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
2.000 to 2.999
3.000 to 3.999
4.000 to 4.999
5.000 to 5.999
6.000 to 6.999
7.000 to 7.999
8.000 to 8.999
9.000 to 9.999
10.000 to 10.999
11.000 to 11.999
Fine tuning by adjustment of the 100- and 10-kHz
frequency control knobs on the front panel of the
receiver-transmitter varies the inductance of series coils
L1 through L5 and L145 to obtain proper tracking.
When the receive mode is selected, the additional tuned
circuits associated with bandswitches S1, S2, and S3
are inserted in the grid circuit of the first rf amplifier
(V1). These grid circuit components are ganged with
the whole megahertz, 100-kHz, and 10-kHz frequency
control knobs and are adjusted with the plate circuit
components. These additional tuned circuits in the grid
of V1 provide greater image
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Figure 2-13. Hf Oscillator and Varicap Control Circuits, Schematic Diagram.
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megahertz frequency control knob on the front panel of
RT-671/PRC-47. The output frequency of the pulse
amplifier remains in synchronism with the 1-MHz pulses
applied to its input, and limiters Q16 and Q17 clip the 5to 14-MHz output to maintain it at a constant level. The
resulting signal is routed to circuits in oscillator control
A7 by follower Q18.
e. The 1-MHz pulse output from oscillator control
A7 is applied to the emitter circuit of pulse amplifier
Q19. This grounded-base pulse amplifier provides
frequency multiplication since it is biased in its nonlinear
character. The natural ringing frequency of the circuit is
enhanced by the hi-Q tank components that are
selected in 1-M Hz increments between 5 and 14 MHz
by the rotation of switch S9. This selection is made by
the whole
Figure 2-14. 5- to 14-MHz Amplifier/Limiter Circuit, Schematic Diagram.
2-12. Power Supply PP-3518/PRC-47 (A8A5)
(fig. 7-12)
is energized only in the transmit mode by operation of
the push-to-talk relay (K1). A unique feature of power
supply A5 is the same components are used regardless
of the type of primary power source connected to the
equipment. When an ac source is connected to the
input terminals, transformer T2 is energized and
a. The primary power input circuits to power supply
A5 are conventional. Low voltage transformer T2 is
energized continuously by the ac primary power source
after closure of ac power control relay-K2, but highvoltage transformer T1
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the output circuit to the load. For example, if the output
voltage of the regulator begins to rise, current through
the base-emitter circuit of Q2 will also increase. The
resulting voltage drop across resistor R19 lowers the
potential at the base of Q 1 and reduces the conduction
current in this transistor. The decrease in collectoremitter current flow in Q1 results in a corresponding
decrease in conduction current in series regulator Q3.
This reduces the output voltage of the regulator
terminals to near its steady-state value. The output
voltage of the regulator is adjusted by setting
potentiometer R22 while monitoring the output voltage
at tip jack J8.
rectifiers CR26 through CR29 supply unfiltered 26.5
volts dc at terminal P1-22. In addition, filtered +24 volts
dc and regulated and filtered +20 volts dc are also
available from this circuit. During the transmit period,
push-to-talk relay K1 is energized by a ground placed on
the push-to-talk (ptt) key line (P1-11). As K1 contacts
close, ac primary power is applied to terminals I and 5
on high-voltage transformer T1. Voltage step-up occurs
in all secondary windings of this transformer except
those identified by terminals 12, 13, and 14. This
winding is used to power the vacuum-tube filament
circuits and is a step-down winding. The rectifier filter
circuits associated with the secondary windings of highvoltage transformer T2 are conventional. The negative
potential furnished by bias rectifiers CR1 through CR4 is
filtered by the resistance-capacitance network consisting
of R1-C1. The resulting output voltage is divided to
permit independent control of the-110-volt dc and the32-volt dc grid bias potentials required for operation of
power amplifier V101 and driver A3V3. Potentiometers
R3 and R4 provide moderate adjustment of these levels.
b. When a dc primary power source is connected
to the receiver-transmitter, P1-22 becomes +26.5 volts
dc input for the low-voltage circuits. Transformer T2
remains deenergized with the dc power source
connected, but filter C25-L1-C26 and the associated
regulator network are used to provide +24 volts dc and
regulated +20 volts dc to the connected circuits just as
in the case of ac operation. The power oscillator circuit,
located in the main chassis of the receiver-transmitter,
operates as an inverter that provides a 26.5-volt
squarewave voltage to terminals 2 and 4 of high-voltage
transformer T2. Terminal 3 on this primary winding
provides a convenient means for applying power to the
power oscillator and the insertion of push-to-talk relay
K1 contacts in this lead permits proper control during
transmit periods.
c. The filtered +24 volts dc from the low-voltage
power supply circuit is applied to the voltage regulator
input. Zener diode CR31 and resistor R20 provide a
reference voltage at the emitter of transistor Q2. The
base of this transistor samples the fluctations in output
voltage that appear at the wiper of potentiometer R22,
and these variations are amplified by Q1 and Q2 to
provide a control bias that controls series regulator Q3.
Variations in the bias applied to Q3 produce variations
in the collector-emitter current flow of this transistor, and
have an effect similar to the addition or removal of a
series resistance in
2-13. Radio Frequency Oscillator O-l032/PRC-47
(A8A6) (fig. 7-13)
a. The temperature-compensated crystal oscillator
circuit provides a highly accurate stabilized oscillator
frequency of 3.000 MHz.
This circuit consists of
transistor Q1 in association with the crystal, inductor L1,
and voltage-controlled capacitor C12. Low values of
crystal drive (approximately 10 microwatts) are
maintained to enhance the long-term stability and to
insure that the self-rectified voltage appearing across
C12 remains below the minimum required for
compensation over the entire operating temperature
range.
As the ambient temperature varies over
considerable limits, crystal frequency drift is maintained
below 35 parts-per-million (ppm). Compensation for
aging effects in the crystal circuit is provided for by
variable capacitor C1. This device permits adjustment
of the output frequency by approximately +4 ppm. The
correction voltage supplied to voltage.
variable
capacitor C12 is derived from the temperature-sensitive
network consisting of thermal resistors RT1 through
RT3, and resistors R1 through R6, and R18. The effect
of rapid ambient temperature changes on the output
frequency of the temperature-compensated crystal
oscillator is minimized by the encapsulation of the
crystal and its compensating network within a foam
insulating block. Amplifier Q2 and follower Q3 isolate
the crystal oscillator circuit from variations in loading.
b. The 3.000-MHz output of the temperaturecompensated crystal oscillator is applied to a frequency
divider circuit. Locked oscillator Q4 provides an output
that is one-sixth of the input frequency but remains in
synchronism with this input signal.
The natural
frequency of locked oscillator Q4 is determined by the
network consisting of capacitors C13 through C16 in
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Transistors Q5 and Q6 are arranged in a Schmitt trigger
circu it that uses inductor L2 for a common emitter load.
The inductor maintains a constant dc emitter current
(common mode current) that flows in each transistor as
they are alternately switched at a l-MHz rate. The
resulting pulse train is amplified by Q7 before being
routed to signal data translator A3.
b. The 100-kHz signal from amplifier A6Q9 is
applied to the 100-kHz pulse generator circuits
consisting of pulse generator Ql-Q2 and pulse amplifier
Q3. Transistors Q1 and Q2 form a Schmitt trigger
circuit that provides a squarewave output at the 100-kHz
switching rate. The coupling network that interconnects
Q2 with the base of pulse amplifier Q3 differentiates this
squarewave signal and produces troth positive-going
and negative-going pulses at the base of Q3. Limiter
CR1 conducts during the negative-going transitions and
shorts these pulses to ground, but during the positivegoing transitions, the pulses ring the parallel-resonant
tank circuit contained on the 1.8- to 0.9-MHz tunedcircuit board. Switch S3 in the 1.8- to 0.9-MHz tunedcircuit assembly is controlled by the 100-kHz shaft
associated with the middle frequency-control knob on
the front of the receiver-transmitter. The selection
made by this knob resonates the parallel circuit to
enhance the pulse amplitude applied to the amplifierlimiter circuits. Transistors Q7 through Q19 clip and
amplify the sinousoidal output of pulse amplifier Q3 to
assure that a constant level is maintained across the
entire frequency range from 1.8to 0.9-kHz. Spurious
frequencies introduced by limiting are attenuated by the
bandpass filter consisting of capacitors C66 through C70
and inductors L16 through L18 that are connected
across the output of transistor Q19.
c. Crystal oscillators Q20 and Q21 are
conventional common-emitter circuits that have a
bandswitching turret in each base.
The crystals
associated with switch S1 are selected by the position of
the shaft associated with the 1-kHz frequency-control
knob on the front panel of the receiver-transmitter. The
crystals associated with switch S2 are selected by the
position of the 10-kHz shaft associated with the middle
frequency.
control knob on the front of the RT671/PRC-47. The output signals from oscillators Q20
and Q21 are combine in mixer Q22 to provide onehundred 1-kHz channels between 601- and 700-kHz.
The circuit duality of these oscillators and a similarity of
temperature coefficient for 811 crystals associated with
these oscillators provides an
association with Inductor L3. These capacitors form a
voltage divider network that not only provides a
convenient means for obtaining a positive feedback
voltage for the emitter circuit, but also permits selection
of the proper output voltage for subsequent stages. The
output of 500. kHz amplifier Q5 is divided with part of
the signal being routed to the l-MHz pulse generator
circuit of oscillator control A7 and the remainder passing
through 500-kHz amplifier Q6 before being applied to
the balanced modulator and product detector circuits of
amplifier-modulator A2.
Both Q5 and Q6 are
conventional amplifier circuits that have tip jacks
provided in each output path to facilitate measurement
of output levels and waveforms.
c. The 500-kHz signal from locked oscillator Q4 is
also routed to the 100-kHz circuits. Follower Q7
provides isolation before applying this signal to Q8. A
frequency division of five occurs in locked oscillator Q8
with the natural period of this stage being determined by
the network consisting of capacitors C28 through C31 in
association with inductor L7. The capacity voltagedivider in the output of this stage also provides taps for
conveniently obtaining positive feedback voltage for the
emitter circuit, and provides proper output voltage for
following stages. The 100-kHz signal from Q8 remains
in synchronism with the input signal and hence the
3.000-MHz crystal oscillator output. 100-kHz amplifier
Q9 is a conventional circuit that routes the output of Q8
to the 100-kHz pulse generator circuit of oscillator
control A7 and effectively isolates these circuits.
2-14. Oscillator Control C-4311JPRC-47 (A8A8)
(fig. 2-15 and 7-14)
a. Oscillator control A7 contains pulse generator
circuits, tuned amplifier/limiter circuits, crystal
oscillator/mixer
circuits,
and
a
two-channel
discriminator. The 500-kHz standard signal from A6Q5
is applied to the 1-MHz pulse generator circuit consisting
of transistors Q4 through Q6 and their associated
components.
Following amplification by Q7, the
resulting 1-MHz pulse train is applied to the 5- to 14MHz amplifier circuits of signal data translator A3. The
1-M Hz pulse generator circuit consists of frequency
doubler Q4, pulse generator Q5-Q6, and amplifier Q7.
Doubler Q4 is operated in the nonlinear portion of its
characteristic to produce an output rich in harmonics of
the 500-kHz input signal. The tuned circuits consisting
of capacitors C14 and C15 in association with inductor
L1 is resonant at the second harmonic of the input signal
and provides an output of 1-M Hz.
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consists of the circuits associated with transistors Q8,
Q9, and Q10, while channel B consists of the circuits
associated with transistors Q11, Q12, and Q13.
Selection of these transistors into matched pairs and the
careful adjustment of bias and coupling components in
these two channels assures nearly identical stage gains
in each of the two signal paths. Capicitor C21 and
resistor R34 form a phase-shift network in the reference
signal path from follower Q23 to the input of Q11. The
reference signals are summed with the unshifted output
of clipper CR9-CR15 in both channels and the resulting
signal at the output of Q8 and Q11 is similar to the
waveform shown at the top of figure 2-15.
The
repetition rate of these two envelopes is
essentially drift-free output frequency at Q22 This output
is routed through the bandpass filter consisting of
capacitors C105 through C109 and inductors L24
through L26 to remove any spurious frequencies that
may have been in-troduced in the desired signal due to
mixing. The 700- to 601-kHz signal is clipped by limiter
CR7-CR8 to form a squarewave that is coupled to the
discriminator circuit.
d. The O.9- to 1.8-MHz signal from limiter Q19 is
routed through follower Q24 before being heterodyned
in diode quad mixer CR10 with the 5-to 14-MHz signal
from Q18 in signal data translator A3. Since each of
these input signals is variable (depending on the setting
of the KILOCYCLES indicator on the front panel of the
receiver-transmitter), the output of mixer Q10 is also
variable and may be any 100-kHz channel between 3.2and 13.1-MHz. This output frequency is routed through
follower Q25 and further mixed in diode quade CR11
with the hf oscillator signal from Q5 of signal data
translator A3. The difference-frequency at the output of
mixer CR11 is also variable and may be any 1-kHz
channel between 601- and 700-kHz.
This signal
contains an increment of hf oscillator error frequency.
The mixer output is amplified by Q26, filtered by the
circuit consisting of capacitors C169 through C177 in
association with inductors L29 through L32. Further
amplification is obtained by Q27 before routing the
signal to forward-limiting clipper CR9-CR15.
The
squarewave output of this clipper is applied to both
channels of the discriminator circuit.
e. The discriminator circuit has two modes of
operation: the frequency control mode, and the phase
control mode. When the hf oscillator output frequency
is within 50 kHz of the reference standard the
discriminator is said to be in the frequency control mode
and it compares the 601-to 700-kHz reference signal
from follower Q23 with the 601- to 700-kHz(plus hf
oscillator error) signal from clipper CR9-CR15. The
resulting dc output is applied to the varicap control
circuit of signal data translator A3 to reduce the hf
oscillator error toward zero.
When the difference
between the hf oscillator output frequency and the
reference signal is less than approximately 5 kHz, the
discriminator assumes the phase control mode. In this
mode, the circuit monitors the changing phasedifference between the two input signals and corrects
the error voltages until this phase-difference approaches
zero. When the phase error is zero, the hf oscillator
output frequency is identical with the reference oscillator
output frequency. Discriminator channel A
Figure 2 -15 Discriminator Circuit Waveforms.
equal to the difference between the two input
frequencies and represents the frequency error
associated with the hf oscillator. Either envelope may
lead the other along the time base, depending upon
whether the hf oscillator frequency is higher or lower
than the reference frequency. The outputs of amplifiers
Q8 and Q 11 are further amplified by Q9 and Q12
respectively and the individual signals are then detected
by diodes CR3 and CR4. In the frequency control
mode, the leading edge of the envelope in each channel
is used to trigger transistor-pair Q10-Q13 so that they
alternately conduct. These transistors operate as a
bistable multivibrator with a switching rate equal to the
repetition rate of the envelope in each channel. The
resulting clipped
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is again turned off so that the discriminator may again
assume control of the error-correction circuits of the hf
oscillator.
envelope at the collector of these transistors is similar to
the center waveforms in figure 2-15. {It should be
recalled that the waveforms can be reversed depending
upon whether the upper channel leads the lower
channel, or vice versa.} The integrator circuit at the
output of Q11 (C93-R104) and at Q13 (C92-R103)
change the output waveshape into dc levels known as
error voltage A and error voltage B respectively. (The
mnemonic used has no real significance except to
differentiate between the respective channels and their
outputs.) In the phase control mode, the envelope
frequency will approach zero and the bistable switching
of transistors Q10 and Q13 will stop. The error voltages
at the output of the discriminator will be equal to the dc
envelope values, and will vary as the phase-difference
between the two channels varies. The phase control
mode continues until the phase-difference between the
hf oscillator and the reference oscillator is constant. At
this time, the phase-difference is equal to the fixed
phase-shift introduced by network C21-R34 at the input
to transistor Q8, and the voltages at the error A and
error B outputs are approximately 1.5 volts dc as
indicated in the lower waveform of figure 2-15. (The
waveforms used to illustrate the operation of the
discriminator circuits are not continuously available for
measurement at signal test points, but are only present
during brief intervals immediately following a channel
selection.)
f. A portion of the signal applied to the base of
transistor amplifier Q27 is developed across emitter
resistor R142. This signal is rectified by voltage-doubler
CR12-CR13 in the automatic capture circuit and is
applied to the base of dc amplifier Q28. The resulting
positive voltage causes conduction of Q28 whose output
clamps the base of transistor switch Q29 at a positive
level just below that required for its conduction. If no
signal is present at the emitter of Q27, dc amplifier Q28
is turned off and the positive voltage at the base of
transistor switch Q29 rises causing this transistor to
conduct. The ground supplied through the collectoremitter junction of Q29 is applied to antilock relay K6 on
the main chassis of the receiver-transmitter and this
relay is operated. As K6 contacts close, a voltage of
approximately 1 0 volts dc is applied to the error A and
the error B inputs to the varicap control circuit in signal
data translator A3. Since this fixed voltage condition is
also the calibrating condition for the hf oscillator, the
output error is reduced and capture is once again
obtained. After capture, a voltage-drop again appears
across the emitter resistor (Rl42) of Q27 and transistor
Q29
2-15. Electrical Equipment Chassis CH-474/PRC-47
(A8A4) (fig. 7-8)
a. When a dc power source is connected to the
receiver-transmitter, and dc power control relay K1 is
operated, +26.5 volts dc is applied to capacitor C1 and
diodes CR1 and CR2 of the power oscillator circuit. As
the push-to-talk relay (A5K1) is energized, the +26.5
volts dc is routed through its contacts and the primary
winding of high-voltage transformer A5T1 to the emitter
circuits of Q1 and Q2. Any difference in the operating
characteristics of these two transistors will cause a slight
potential difference to exist between their emitters. This
difference is coupled to their respective base circuits by
the windings of saturable reactor T1, and causes one
transistor to conduct more heavily than the other. For
example, suppose that the emitter of Q2 is initially a
little more positive than the emitter of Q1. This voltage
is coupled through reactor T1, and causes the base of
Q2 to become more positive and its conduction is
reduced. At the same time, the transformer-action of T1
places a slightly less positive charge on the base of Q1
and the conduction of this transistor is increased. The
regenerative action continues until the core of reactor
T1 is saturated, and then the flux-change ceases. At
this point, the bias is removed from the base of each
transistor, the magnetic flux in the core collapses, and
the regenerative cycle begins in the reverse direction.
The period required for a complete cycle is dependent
upon the core properties of the reactor and the dynamic
characteristics of the two transistors. The squarewave
generated in the primary winding of high-voltage
transformer A5T1 is approximately 400-Hz. Diodes CR1
and CR2 limit the voltage swing of each emitter land
hence the peak voltage applied to the primary winding
of A5T1) to about 26.5 volts peak.
b. During the transmit cycle, the rf output of driver
A3V3 is applied to the grid circuit of power amplifier V
101 This single-sideband signal is amplified by V101
and routed through the power amplifier LOAD-TUNE
circuit and the t/r relay to the connected load. The grid
bias for the power amplifier is derived from the-110-volt
dc output of bias rectifier CR1 through CR4 in power
supply A5. The level of the rf input signal at the power
amplifier grid circuit is controlled so that maximum drive
can be used without introducing
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power mode , the amplifier plate voltage is limited to
+650 volts dc (derived from the normal screen voltage
power supply) and the screen voltage is correspondingly
reduced to limit the screen-grid dissipation to reasonable
values during periods of off-resonance operation. The rf
current flowing in the output circuit of the power
amplifier stage is monitored by XMTR OUTPUT meter
M101 to determine when proper resonance conditions
exist in the output coupling network. Current bans
former T101 samples the output rf and develops a
voltage across resistor R129 that is proportional to this
current. Diode CR102 rectifies this rf voltage and
applies it to meter sensitively adjustment (M ADT)
R117. Diode CR103 protects the meter from voltage
overloads, and capacitor C106 bypasses rf currents
around the meter movement. When the BATTERY
TEST switch on the front panel of the receivertransmitter is pressed, XMTR OUTPUT meter M101
measures the terminal voltage of the connected
batteries. Closure of this switch also overrides thermal
cutout K103 for emergency operation of the receivertransmitter during overtemperature conditions in the
power amplifier compartment.
The POWER
AMPLIFIER LOAD and POWER AMPLIFIER TUNE
controls operate inductors L109 through L112 and the
whole megahertz control selects an appropriate shunt
capacitor from the group C108 through C121 to
terminate the power amplifier plate circuit impedance.
excessive distortion in the transmitted signal. This
automatic level control (alc) is accomplished by
reducing the gain of the transmit if. input signal
whenever excessive drive is detected at the power
amplifier grid circuit. The (alc) voltage is developed
across grid resistor R104 whenever the power amplifier
draws grid current (class A B2 operation), and this
negative bias is added to the -110 volts dc used as a
reference and the combined total (alc) sample controls
the gain of (alc) amplifier Q1 in amplifier-modulator A2.
c. An rf voltage sample is taken from the plate
circuit of the power amplifier across the voltage divider
consisting of capacitors C105 and C144. This sample is
routed to the filament centertap of driver V3 in signal
data translator A3 as a negative feedback that improves
the linearity of the rf output signal. Another voltage
sample is taken from the power amplifier plate circuit
across capacitor voltage divider C124-C140.
This
sample is rectified by sidetone rectifier CR101, filtered
by capacitors C125, C126, and resistor R108, and
applied as an enabling bias to sidetone gate CR10 in
audio frequency amplifier A1. XMTR PWR switch S103
on the front panel of the receiver-transmitter selects the
appropriate XMTR OUTPUT meter range, power
amplifier control grid bias, and power amplifier plate and
screen voltages to assure linear operation of this circuit
at reduced power levels during tune-up and preliminary
loading adjustments. In the LOW
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CHAPTER 3
DIRECT SUPPORT MAINTENANCE
Section I GENERAL TROUBLE SHOOTING TECHNIQUES
c. Sectionalizing. The AN/PRC-47 consists of a
WARNING
receiver-transmitter, storage batteries, antenna systems,
handset, headset, telegraph key. loudspeaker, and
Avoid contact with the high-voltage
interconnecting cables.
In all probability the
circuits and the antenna terminal of
organizational level will have eliminated most of the
the radio transmitter-receiver while
accessory items as possible trouble sources and the
performing
trouble
isolation
receiver-transmitter will remain for the direct support
procedures:
personal injury may
maintenance technician. Substitution of a suspected
result.
accessory item or a receiver-transmitter subassembly
(module} with one of known integrity will often eliminate
3-1. Scope
a tedious series of detailed checks and measurements.
a. General.
The troubleshooting procedures
The operational tests described in the intermediate
outlined in this section are to be performed at the direct
preventive maintenance checks and services portion of
support (DS) maintenance level.
Complete
TM 11-5820-509-12 will aid the maintenance technician
troubleshooting procedures for the radio set beginning at
to sectionalize the source of trouble at this maintenance
the operational level which are described in TM 11level.
5820-509-12.
The operational tests listed in the
preventive maintenance checks and service charts
d. Localizing.
Once the trouble has been
enable the organizational maintenance technician to
sectionalized to a functional unit or group of circuits, the
sectionalize some types of malfunction to specific
next step is to localize it to a specific circuit within this
functional units of the radio set. Additional test facilties
area. In the case of the receiver-transmitter, the steps
and special maintenance equipment are available at the
required to isolate the malfunction are relatively difficult
direct support level that provide more conclusive test
because of the complexity and interdependency of the
results for sectionalizing the problem within a unit.
circuits involved. These steps are supplemented by the
Once the trouble has been sectionalized, the functional
following general procedures.
nature of the problem (whether audio, control, etc) will
enable the maintenance technician to further isolate the
malfunction to a particular circuit or component. When
(1) Observation. Observation involves a thorough
the sectionalizing test results indicate a malfunction
understanding of the receiver-transmitter, circuits and
within the receiver-transmitter subassembly, the delayed
may include such subjects as whether the fault occurs
trouble-iso1ation procedures shown in Section II should
only during the transmit mode, whether the problem
be observed.
occurs only at certain frequencies, or whether the
problem occurs only in the voice mode.
b. Organization. The first step in servicing a
defective radio set is to sectionalize the fault to a
(2) Troubleshooting Chart.
The troubleshooting
specific unit or section of the equipment. In complex
charts contained in Section II assist the technician in
equipments consisting of more than one functional unit
performing bench tests on the radio.
The
or inter-related circuitry, the fault must first be isolated
instrumentation used for the bench tests assists the
to a specific unit or group of circuits within a functional
technician in performing operational evaluation of the
unit. Once this has been accomplished, isolation to a
equipment without providing cumbersome antennas and
specific circuit and then to a component level may be
difficult test setups.
pursued. It is seldom possible to observe a symptom,
diagnose the cause, and immediately locate the
(3) Special Tests.
Special tests including
defective part unless a part shows obvious physical
resistance
and
continuity
measurements,
signal tracing
damage.
Generally it is necessary to perform a
techniques
and
signal
waveform
displays
sequence of operational checks, observations, and
measurements before the problem components are
isolated. This sequence of steps is called sectionalizing,
localizing, and fault isolation.
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whether normal values are being obtained and point out
the part of a specific circuit that may be defective.
are included in section II to aid the maintenance
technician in localizing an equipment malfunction.
e. Isolation. After the trouble has been localized to
a stage or a circuit, the final step is to isolate the
malfunction to a specific component. Methods for
performing this procedure include:
(1) Visual Inspection. Examine all resistors,
capacitors, vacuum tubes, transistors, coils, and other
components associated with the faulty circuit for
evidence of broken wires, burned insulation, and. other
obvious signs of physical damage.
(3) Electrical Inspection. The dc resistance of
transformers and coils is shown in tabular form in
section II to aid the maintenance technician in
determining whether a winding is defective.
3-2. Tools, Test Equipment, and Materials Required
The following table lists the test equipment required for
troubleshooting Radio Set AN/PRC-47 at the direct
support maintenance level. This list also shows the
technical manual identification number for each item
specified.
(2) Voltage and Resistance Measurements.
The voltage and resistance measurements provided in
section I! aid in determining
Test Equipment
Multimeter ME-26A/U
Oscilloscope AN/USM-50
Signal Generator SG-103/URM-25F
Frequency Counter AN/URM-79/U
Audio Oscillator TS-382/U
Dummy Load DA-75/U
Cable Assembly Set AN/PRA-4
Output Meter TS-585/U
Radar and Radio Repair Tool Kit TK-87/U
FSN
6625-542-8407
11-6625-200-15
11-5129
6625-246-8729
11-6625-935-12
5995-973-3686
11-5017
an antenna simulator and input/output cables that
simplify the bench testing procedures.
Cable Assembly Set AN/PRA-4 (fig. 3-84) is used
whenever the procedure requires measurement or
adjustment
within
a
module,
and
includes
Qty
Nomenclature
Technical manual
Manufacturer's
part number
1
Special extender cable no. 1
549-6255-00
1
Special extender cable no. 2
549-6256-00
1
Special extender cable no. 3
549-6257-00
4
Special extender cable no. 4
549 6258-00
1
Special extender cable no. 5
549-6259-00
1
Front panel test lead.
549-6260-00
1
1
Antenna test lead
RG-58/U coaxial cable 3 ft. long
549-6261-00
553-9759-002
1
RG-58/U coaxial cable 5 ft. long
553-9760-002
1
Adapter, BNC to Type N coax
357-9291-00
1
Antenna simulator
553-9758-005
1
Canvas carrying case
553-9764-003
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Use
Extends Power Supply PP 3518/PRC 47 from
main chassis.
Extends Audio Frequency Amplifier AM
3506/PRC-47 from main chassis.
Extends Oscillator Control C 4311/PRC 47
from main chassis.
Extends Signal Data Translator CV
1377A/PRC 47 (4 reqd), Oscillator Control C
43 11 /PRC -47 (1 reqd), or Amplifier
Modulator AM 3507/PRC-47 (1 reqd) from
main chassis.
Extends Amplifier-Modulator AM-3507/PRC
47, or Radio Frequency Oscillator 0
1032/PRC-47 from main chassis.
Extends AUDIO connectors to test
microphone
and speaker.
Connects to 50-ohm dummy load.
Connects antenna simulator to 50-ohm
dummy load.
Connects antenna simulator to test
equipment.
Transition fitting between RG-58/U and
dummy load.
Simulates 15-foot whip antenna when connected to 50-ohm load. 12 position switch
selects operating frequency.
Bag to store and transport Cable Assembly Set
An/PRA-4.
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Section II. DIRECT SUPPORT TROUBLESHOOTING
3-4. Troubleshooting Radio Receiver-Transmitter
RT-671/PRC-47 (A8)
CAUTION
Do not apply power to the receivertransmitter
unless
operational
trouble symptoms are known and are
of such a nature as to eliminate the
possibility of further damage when
the power is applied.
a. Testing for Shorts.
(1) When to Check.
When any of the
following conditions apply, check for short circuits and
repair any existing deficiency before applying power to
the receiver-transmitter.
(a) When the receiver-transmitter is
being serviced and the fault symptoms are unknown.
(b) When an inspection of fuses F1
through F5 shows that a fuse has blown.
(2) Conditions for Tests.
(a) Disconnect all cables from the front
panel of the receiver-transmitter.
(b) Remove the dust cover from the
receiver-transmitter using the procedure of paragraph 311.
(3) Measurements.
Using the multitester,
make the resistance measurements shown in the chart
below. Unless otherwise indicated in the point of
measurement column of this chart, all resistance
measurements are made from the test point shown to
chassis ground. The normal indication shown is an
average value and may vary from one unit to another
and from one multitester to another. Any reading that
disagrees widely from the value shown will cause the
maintenance technician to proceed to the isolating
procedure indicated. Location of a defective part must
initiate the repair procedure shown in section IV.
3-3. Overall
a. General. When a malfunction of the radio set
occurs, the first step in correcting the deficiency is to
sectionalize the cause to a specific functional area in the
equipment. The tests at operational and organizationallevel have undoubtedly isolated the malfunction to
circuits within Radio Receiver-Transmitter RT-671/PRC47. The sectionalizing tests listed below are arranged in
an order of increasing circuit complexity and mechanical
disassembly requirements within four major functional
areas of the radio set. These areas contain the power
supply, frequency generation, receiver-transmitter, and
relay circuits. When performed in the order listed, these
tests provide the maintenance technician with an orderly
approach to the isolation of defective circuits and
modules
within
the
interrelated
transceiver
subassembly. Test jacks are installed in the top of each
module that permit connection of test instruments to
these circuits so that evaluation can be made of the
signals and voltage levels. Similar test points and jacks
are accessible from the bottom of the main chassis that
permit connection of test instruments to the power
amplifier and selected primary power circuits.
b. Use of Charts. The voltage and resistance
charts and the waveform diagrams shown in this section
provide the maintenance technician with a go/no-go
criteria that will assist him in locating the circuit
deficiency and permit him to restore the circuit
parameters) to values within the tolerances specified.
Before proceeding to any chart, the technician must
establish the conditions for the test that are indicated,
must perform the initial equipment connections, and
establish the radio set operating conditions called for in
the procedure. Using this approach, the technician may
enter the chart at any functional area and proceed
through only that portion of the procedures that are
required to correct the deficiency.
(4) Short Circuit Test.
Point of
measurement
Normal indication
Isolating procedure
Between A5J1 (fig. 3-4, 3-111 and
40.000 ohms (Will depend on setting of A5R4). Very low reading, improper
chassis ground,
adjustment of A5R4 or short at driver grid (A3C293). High
reading may indicate A5R4 open.
Between A5J2 and chassis ground.
50,000 ohms
(Will depend on setting of A5R3). Very low reading, shorted
feedthru C26 or inductor L122 in pa compartment. defective
XMTR PWR switch or shorted plate bypass C123. High
reading may indicate A5R3). open.
Between A5J3 and chassis ground.
10 ohms
Very low reading: shorted C208, C221, or C235 in FL2. shorted
primary at T3, or short in filament bypass C104. High reading
may indicate open winding at T1, defective tube V101, or
open hum balance control R121.
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Point of
measurement
Normal indication
Isolating procedure
15 ohms
Very low reading, shorted C207, C220, or C234 in FL2, shorted
Between A5J4 and chassis ground.
primary of T3, or short in filament bypass C103, or defective
ac power control relay K2. High reading may indicate open
winding at T1.
Between A5J7 and chassis ground.
15 ohms
Very low reading, shorted filter capacitor C25, C26, C28, or
C29, shorted R14 or defective voltage regulator assembly
TB1. High reading may indicate open inductor L1.
Between A5J8 and chassis ground.
30 ohms
Very low reading, shorted filter capacitor C27, transistor Q3, or
short in other modules. High reading defective voltage
regulator assembly TB1.
Between A5J9 and chassis ground.
8 ohms
Very low reading, shorted filter capacitor C25, C26, C28, or
C29, shorted R14 or defective low-voltage rectifier CR26
through CR29. High reading, open inductor L1.
Between A5J10 and chassis ground
Infinity
A low reading may indicate a short on the 115-volt, 400Hz.primary power source..
Between A5J11 and chassis ground
Infinity
A low reading may indicate a short on the 115-volt, 500-Hz
primary power source.
Between A6J2 and chassis ground.
200 ohms
A low reading: shorted filter capacitor A6C37, A6C36, bypass
capacitors A7C4, A7C9, A7C20, A2C19. High reading may
indicate open inductor A6L9.
Figure 3-1. Preliminary Troubleshooting Diagram.
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Figure 3-2. Receiver Tests, Troubleshooting Test Setup.
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Figure 3-3. Transmitter Tests, Troubleshooting Test Setup.
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Figure 3-4. Radio Receiver-Transmitter RT-671/PRC-47 (A8), Top View, Location of Assemblies and Test Points.
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Figure 3-5. Radio Receiver-Transmitter RT-671/PRC-47 (A8), Bottom View, Location of Assemblies and Test Points.
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Figure 3-6. Audio Frequency Amplifier AM-3506/PRC-47 (A8A1), Top View, Cover Removed, Location of
Subassemblies and Test Points..
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Figure 3-7. Amplifier-Modular AM-3507/PRC-47 (A8A2), Side View, Cover Removed,
Location of Subassemblies E1 and E2 and Test Points
Figure 3-8. Amplifier-Modular AM-3507/PRC-47 (A8A2), Side View, Cover Removed, Location of
Subassemblies E3, E4 and E5 and Test Points
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Figure 3-9. Signal Data Translator CV 1377/PRC-47 (A8A3), Top View, Location of Subassemblies and Test
Points.
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Figure 3-10. Signal Data Translator CV-1377A PRC-47 (A8A3), Bottom View, Location of Subassemblies.
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Figure 3-11. Power Supply PP-3518/PRC-47 (A8A5), Top View, Cover Removed, Location of Subassemblies and
Test Points.
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Figure 3-12. Radio Frequency Oscillator O-1032/PRC-47 (A8A6), Side View, Cover Removed, Location of
Subassemblies E1 and E2, and Test Points.
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Figure 3-13. Radio Frequency Oscillator O-1032/PRC-47(A8A6), Side View, Cover Removed,
Location of Chassis Subassembly and Test Points.
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Figure 3-14. Oscillator Control C-4311/PRC-47 (A8A7), Top View, Cover Removed, Location of Subassemblies
and Test Points.
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Figure 3-15. Oscillator Control C-4311/PRC-47(A8A7), Bottom View, Location of Subassemblies.
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Figure 3-16. Audio Frequency Amplifier AM-3506/PRC-47(A8A1), Cover Removed, Chassis Subassembly.
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Figure 3-17. Audio Frequency Amplifier AM-3506/PRC-47(A8A1), Cover Removed, Subassembly E1.
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Figure 3-18. Audio Frequency Amplifier AM-3506/PRC-47 (A8A1), Cover Removed, Subassembly E2.
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Figure 3-19. Audio Frequency Amplifier AM-3506/PRC-47 (A8A1), Cover Removed, Subassembly E3.
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Figure 3-20. Amplifier-Modulator AM-3507/PRC-47(A8A2), Cover Removed, Subassemblies E1 and E2.
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Figure 3-21. Amplifier-Modulator AM-3507/PRC-47 (A8A2), Cover Removed, Subassemblies E3, E4, and E5.
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Figure 3-22. Signal Data Translator CV-1377A/PRC-47 (A8A3), Card Assembly TB1.
Figure 3-23. Signal Data Translator CV-1377A/PRC-47 (A8A3), Card Assembly TB2.
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Figure 3-24. Signal Data Translator CV-1377A/PRC-47 (A8A3), Switch Assemblies S1, S2, and S3, Top View,
Card Assemblies E1 and E3.
Figure 3-25. Signal Data Translator CV-1377A/PRC-47 (A8A4), Switch Assemblies S1, S2, and S3, Bottom View,
Card Assemblies E2 and E4.
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Figure 3-26. Signal Data Translator CV-1377A/PRC-47 (A8A3), Switch Assembly S1, Rear View.
Figure 3-27. Switch Data Translator CV-1377A/PRC-47 (A8A3), Switch Assembly S2, Rear View.
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Figure 3-28. Signal Data Translator CV-1377A/PRC-47 (A8A3), Switch Assembly S3, Rear View.
Figure 3-29. Signal Data Translator CV-1377A/PRC-47 (A8A3), Switch Assembly S4, Rear View.
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Figure 3-30. Signal Data Translator CV-1377A/PRC-47 (A8A3), Switch Assembly S5, Rear View.
Figure 3-31. Signal Data Translator CV-1377A/PRC-47 (A8A3), VFO Coil subassembly, Top View.
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Figure 3-32. Signal Data Translator CV-1377A/PRC-47 (A8A3), VFO, Coil Subassembly, Bottom View.
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Figure 3-33. Signal Data Translator CV-1377A/PRC-47 (A8A3), Switch Assembly S6, VFO Circuit.
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Figure 3-34. Signal Data Translator CV-1377A/PRC-47 (A8A3), Switch Assembly S7, Front View.
Figure 3-35. Signal Data Translator CV-1377A/PRC-47 (A8A3), Switch Assembly S8, Rear View.
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Figure 3-36. Signal Data Translator CV-1377A/PRC-47 (A8A3), Switch Assembly S9, Rear View (Rotor at Index
Position no. 1).
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Figure 3-37. Signal Data Translator CV-1377A/PRC-47 (A8A3), Card Assembly E46.
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Figure 3-38. Signal Data Translator CV-1377A/PRC-47 (A8A3), Card Assembly E47.
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Figure 3-39. Signal Data Translator CV-1377A/PRC-47 (A8A3), Card Assembly E48.
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Figure 3-40. Signal Data Translator CV-1377A/PRC-47 (A8A3), Driver Tube (V3) Compartment, Bottom View.
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Figure 3-41. Signal Data Translator CV-1377A/PRC-47 (A8A3), Bottom View.
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Figure 3-42. Signal Data Translator CV-1377A/PRC-47 (A8A3), Typical Switch Card (S1 through S8) Showing
Rotor at Index Position no. 1.
Figure 3-43. Signal Data Translator CV-1377/PRC-47 (A8A3), Rear View, Frequency Range Switch Shaft
Retaining Ring.
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Figure 3-44. Signal Data Translator CV-1377A/PRC-47 (A8A3), Front View, Coupler Position as 2000 kHz Dial
Setting.
Figure 3-45. Power Supply PP-3518/PRC-47 (A8A5), Bottom View, Chassis.
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Figure 3-46. Power Supply PP-3581/PRC-47 (A8A5), Subassembly no. 1, Front View
Figure 3-47. Power Supply PP-3518/PRC-47 (A8A5), Subassembly no, 1, Rear View.
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Figure 3-50. Power Supply PP-3518/PRC-47 (A8A5), Upper Chassis Assembly.
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Figure 3-51. Power Supply PP-3518/PRC-47 (A8A5), Voltage Regulator Assembly TB1.
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Figure 3-52. Radio Frequency Oscillator O-1032/PRC-47 (A8A6), Side View, Cover Removed, Card Assemblies
E1 and E2.
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Figure 3-53. Radio Frequency Oscillator O-1032/PRC-47 (A8A6), Side View, Cover Removed, Chassis Assembly.
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Figure 3-54. Oscillator Control C-4311/PRC-47 (A8A7), Card Assembly E1.
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Figure 3-55. Oscillator Control C-4311/PRC-47 (A8A7), Card Assembly E2.
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Figure 3-56. Oscillator Control C-4311/PRC-47 (A8A7), Card Assembly TB1.
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Figure 3-57. Oscillator Control C-4311/PRC 47 (A8A7), Card Assembly E4.
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Figure 3-58. Oscillator Control C-4311/PRC-47 (A8A7), Card Assembly E5.
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Figure 3-59. Oscillator Control C-4311/PRC-47 (A8A7), Card Assembly E6.
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Figure 3-60. Oscillator Control C-4311/PRC-47 (A8A7), Card Assemblies E7 and E8, Front View.
Figure 3-61. Oscillator Control C-4311 PRC-47 (A8A7), Line Filter Assembly At Connector P1, Cover Removed.
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Figure 3-62. Oscillator Control C-4311/PRC-47 (A8A7), Switch Card S5 With Rotor Shown in
Index Position no. 1.
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Figure 3-64. Power Amplifier Compartment (A8A4A1), Top View, Cover Removed.
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Figure 3-65. Power Amplifier Compartment (A8A4A1) , Bottom View, Cover Removed.
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Figure 3-66. Power Amplifier Compartment (A8A4A1) , Power Amplifier Subassembly Parts Location.
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Figure 3-67. Radio Receiver Transmitter, RT 671/PRC-47 (CH-474/PRC) (A8A4), bottom view, cover removed.
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Figure 3-68. Audio Frequency Amplifier AM-3506/PRC-47 (A8A1), Subassembly E1,
Voltage and Resistance Diagram.
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Figure 3-69. Audio Frequency Amplifier AM-3506/PRC-47 (A8A1), Subassembly E2,
Voltage and Resistance Diagram.
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Figure 3-70. Audio Frequency Amplifier AM-3506/PRC-47 (A8A1), Subassembly E3,
Voltage and Resistance Diagram.
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Figure 3-71. Audio Frequency Amplifier AM-3506/PRC-47 (A8A1), Chassis Assembly,
Voltage and Resistance Diagram.
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Figure 3-72. Amplifier-Modulator AM-3507/PRC-47(A8A2), Subassemblies E1 and E2,
Voltage and Resistance Diagram.
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Figure 3-73. Amplifier-Modulator AM-3507/PRC-47 (A8A2), Subassembly E3,
Voltage and Resistance Diagram.
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Figure 3-74. Amplifier-Modulator AM-3507/PRC-47 (A8A2), Subassembly E4,
Voltage and Resistance Diagram.
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Figure 3-75. Amplifier-Modulator AM-3507/PRC-47 (A8A2), Subassembly E5, Voltage and Resistance Diagram.
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Figure 3-76. Signal Data Translator CV-1377A/PRC-47 (A8A3), Driver Tube (V3) Compartment,
Voltage and Resistance Diagram.
Figure 3-77. Power Supply PP-3518/PRC-47(A8A5), Voltage Regulator Assembly TB1,
Voltage and Resistance Diagram.
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Figure 3-78. Radio Frequency Oscillator O-1032/PRC-47 (A8A6), Subassembly E1,
Voltage and Resistance Diagram.
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Figure 3-79. Radio Frequency Oscillator O-1032/PRC-47(A8A6), Subassembly E2,
Voltage and Resistance Diagram.
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Figure 3-80-. Radio Frequency Oscillator O-1032/PRC-47 (A8A6), Chassis Assembly,
Voltage and Resistance Diagram.
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Figure 3-81. Electrical Equipment Chassis CH-474/PRC-47 (A8), Power Oscillator Assembly, Voltage and
Resistance Diagram.
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Figure 3-82. Electrical Equipment Chassis CH-474/PRC-47, PA Filter Box FL2 (A8A4)
Voltage and Resistance Diagram.
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Figure 3-83. Oscillator Control C-4311 PRC-47 (A8A7), Top View, Waveform Diagram.
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the dummy load using the 3-foot length of RG-58/U
coaxial cable from the AN/PRA-4.
(c) Connect the multitester (with rf
probe attached) to the VTVM terminals of the antenna
simulator using the 5-foot length of RG-58/U coaxial
cable.
(d) Connect the primary power source
to be used to the POWER connector on the front of RT671 /PRC-47.
(e) Adjust the control knobs to provide
a reading of 3002 on the KILOCYCLES indicator on the
front of RT-671/PRC-47; then place the CWFSK/VOICE switch to VOICE, the XMTR PWR switch to
LO, and the OPR-TUNE switch to OPR.
c. Sectionalizing
Trouble.
The
following
procedures sectionalize the malfunction to the power
distribution, receiver-transmitter, frequency generation,
or relay control circuits of the RT-671/PRC-47. If a
specific symptom is indicated by the intermediate
preventive maintenance checks and services performed
at the organizational level, or by the short circuit tests of
paragraph 3 4 a(4). enter the chart in that functional
area; otherwise, perform all steps.
CAUTION
Do not perform these checks unless
the short circuit tests indicate that
further damage to the equipment is
unlikely.
(1) Preliminary Procedures.
(a) Energize the primary power source
(if separately controlled); then rotate the POWER LIGHTS switch on the front panel of RT-671/PRC-47 to
the POWER ON position.
(b) Press the BATTERY TEST switch
on the front panel of RT-671/PRC-47 and observe that
the XMTR OUTPUT meter reads in the banded area of
its scale. {If this indication is not obtained, perform the
power distribution circuit checks before proceeding
further.)
(2) Troubleshooting Chart.
CAUTION
Do not place the CW-FSK/VOICE
switch to CW-FSK in any of the
following tests unless the transmitter
output is properly terminated in a
dummy load or a suitable antenna
system. Never switch to CW-FSK
when the signal generator is
connected to the ANTENNA terminal.
b. Sectionalizing Test Settings.
(1) General.
The extender cables and
components of Cable Assembly Set AN/PRA-4 are used
during the bench tests of Radio Receiver-Transmitter
RT-671/PRC-47. For these tests it is not necessary to
remove and extend the modular subassemblies, but the
dust cover must be removed to gain access to the test
points at the top of each module and beneath the power
amplifier compartment. Remove the dust cover using
the procedures listed in paragraph 3-11.
The
troubleshooting checks for the receiver portion of the
equipment differ greatly from those specified for the
transmitter circuits, and the test setup conditions
likewise differ. Use the appropriate setup and initial
procedures described in steps (2) and (3) below.
CAUTION
Do not key the transmitter unless the
rf output is terminated in a 50-ohm
dummy load, a quarter-wave whip, or
a suitable long-wire antenna. Never
key the transmitter while Signal
Generator
SG-103/URM-25F
is
connected to the ANTENNA terminal
of the RT-671 /PRC-47.
(2) Receiver Test Setup and Initial Settings
(fig. 3-2).
(a) Connect the dummy load (or a 50ohm noninductive resistor) to the ANTENNA terminal of
RT-671/PRC-47 using the antenna test lead from the
AN/PRA-4.
(b) Connect the signal generator to the
ANTENNA terminal.
(c) Connect the primary power source
to be used to the POWER connector on the front of RT671 /PRC-47.
(d) Connect a 300-ohm audio load to
pin L of AUDIO connector on the front panel of RT671/PRC-47; then attach multitester leads across this
resistor.
(e) Set the front panel controls and the
test equipment conditions as directed in the chart of
paragraph 3-4 c (2).
(3) Transmitter Test Setup and Initial Settings
( fig. 3-3 ).
(a) Connect
the
RT-671/PRC-47
ANTENNA terminal to the antenna simulator of AN
/PRA-4.
(b) Connect the antenna simulator to
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Item
Indication
1
Multimeter at A5J7 (fig. 3-4) does
not read +24 volts dc.
2
Multimeter at A5J8 (fig. 3-4) does
not read +20 volts dc regulated.
3
4
5
6
7
Probable trouble
Popover control relay circuits of R1
or K2, or low voltage circuits of
PP-3518/PRC 47 (A51 are
defective.
Low-voltage power circuits or
regulator of PP-3518/PRC-47
(A5) are defective.
Signal Data Translator CV1377A/PRC-47 (A3) defective.
Procedure
Proceed to popover distribution
circuit checks (para 3-5b).
Proceed to power distribution
circuit checks (para 3-5b ).
Multimeter with rf probe at A3J5
Proceed to frequency generation
(fig. 3-4) does not read 1.75
circuit checks (para 3-5b).
volts peak-to-peak.
Frequency counter at A3J5 does
Signal Data Translator CVProceed to frequency generation
not read 3502 kHz.
1377A/PRC-47 (A3) defective.
circuit checks (para 3-5c ).
Place POWER-LIGHTS switch on the front of RT-671/PRC-47 to POWER OFF. Connect test equipment for receiver tests (fig.
3-2). Adjust frequency control knobs for reading of 2225 on KILOCYCLES indicator. Adjust signal generator output level to
2.0 microvolts at 2226 Hz. On RT671/PRC-47, rotate VOLUME control to maximum clockwise stop, then place POWERLIGHTS switch to POWER ON.
Multimeter with rf probe at A2J3
Signal Data Translator CVProceed to receiver circuit checks
(fig.. 3-4} does not read 100
1377A/PRC-47 (A3) defective.
(para 3-5d ).
micro-volts rms.
Multimeter with rf probe at A2J4
Radio Frequency Oscillator 0Proceed to frequency generation
(fig. 3-4) does rot read 1.5 volts
1032/PRC-47 (A6) defective.
and/or relay circuit checks (para
rms.
3-5c and/or 3-5f ).
Multimeter with rf probe at A1J13
Amplifier-Modulator AMProceed to receiver circuit checks
(fig. 3-4) does not read 0.1 volt
3507/PRC-47 (A2) defective.
(para 3-5d).
rms (1000 Hz approx.)
CAUTION
Before proceeding further, disconnect signal generator and dummy load from ANTENNA
terminal. Place POWER-LIGHTS switch on the front of RT-671/PRC-47 tom POWER OFF.
Connect the test equipment for transmitter tests (fig. 3-3). Set KILOCYCLES indicator on the
front of RT-671/PRC-47 to 2000. Return POWER-LIGHTS switch to POWER ON, and tune the
power amplifier as follows:
CAUTION
Do not permit the OPR-TUNE switch to remain in TUNE position for more than a few seconds at a
time while the output circuit is being adjusted. Circuit damage can result.
(3) Return the OPR-TUNE switch to OPR.
(1) Place OPR-TUNE switch to TUNE.
Connect audio oscillator to A1J1 (fig. 3-4) and set the
(2) Immediately adjust POWER AMPLIFIER
output level to 0.1 volt rms at 1, 000 Hz.
TUNE controls for maximum indication on XMTR
OUTPUT meter.
Item
8
9
Indication
Probable trouble
Procedure
CAUTION
Do not permit CW-FSEC/VOICE switch to remain in the CW-FSK position for mere than a few at a time; output circuit dodge
can result.
With CW-FSK/VOICE switch to
High-voltage power supply circuits
Proceed to power distribution
CW-FSK, multimeter at J101
of PP-3618/PRC-47 (A5)
circuit checks (para 3-5b).
(fig 3-5) does not read +65
defective.
volts dc.
Multitester with rf probe at anAmplifier-Modulator AMProceed to transmitter circuit
tenna simulator does not read
3507/PRC-7 (A2), or
power checks (para 3-5e ).
13.7 volts rms with CWamplifier stage defective.
FSK/VOICE switch at CWFSK.
NOTE
place CW-FSK/VOICE switch to VOICE, rotate XMTR PWR switch to Hi, and retune the output
circuit to peak the XMTR OUTPUT meter readings.
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Item
10
11
Indication
With CW-FSK/VOICE switch to
CW-FSK, multitester at J101
(fig. 3-5) - does not read +150
volts dc.
Multitester with rf probe at antenna simulator - not read
30.7 volts rms with CWFSK/VOICE switch to CWFSK.
Probable trouble
High-voltage power supply circuits
of PP-3518/PRC-47 (A5)
defective.
Proceed to power distribution
circuit checks (para 3-5b).
Power amplifier circuit defective.
Proceed to transmitter circuit
checks (para 3-5e ).
3-5. Localizing Teats
a. General.
The localizing tests isolate the
equipment malfunction to a specific circuit on the main
chassis of RT-671/PRC-47, or to a circuit within a plugin module of the equipment. These tests are performed
after the sectionalizing tests of paragraph 3-4 c, or
organizational-level tests, have determined that the
trouble symptom exists within a given functional area. A
chart is provided for each of the following functional
areas of the equipment: power distribution circuits,
receiver circuits, transmitter circuits, and frequency
generation circuits. The test conditions and the test
equipment connections for each group of tests is
detailed in its chart. Carefully observe the equipment
connections and test conditions to assure that the results
obtained are in agreement with the test point value
specified.
Item
1
2
Indication
b. Power Distribution Circuit Tests. These tests
are divided into two parts: those where 115-volts, 400Hz ac primary power is used, and those where 26.5volts dc primary power is used. The remaining circuits
(those unaffected by the type of primary power used)
are listed separately.
(1) Primary Power Source 115-volt, 400-Hz.
NOTE
Connect the test equipment for
transmitter tests (fig.
3-3) and
perform the initial procedures listed
in paragraph 34 b (3).
Unless
otherwise specified, make all voltage
measurements between the test
point listed and chassis ground.
Probable trouble
NOTE
Plate the POWER-LIGHTS switch on the front of RT-671 /PRC-47 to POWER ON.
Ac voltage measured between test
a. Fuse F2 (POWER 5A AC) is
jacks A5J10 and A5J11 (fig. 3blown or 115-volt primary power
4) is not 115 volts ac rms.
circuit is defective.
Note. Do not perform this test if
b. +26.5 volts dc is not present
26.5-volts dc primary power
at coil of ac power control relay
source is being used to power
K2 (terminal K2-1).
the equipment. Proceed to next
chart.
Dc voltage measured between
A5J9 (fig. 3-4) and chassis
ground is not +26.5 volts dc.
Procedure
Procedure
a.
b.
c.
POWER-LIGHTS switch on
front panel, or associated circuit
defective.
c.
d.
Ac power control relay K2 coil
defective.
d.
e.
Contacts on dc power control
relay K1 or circuit from K1 to
K2 defective.
e.
f.
Contacts of ac power control
relay K2 are defective.
Ac primary power circuit to
PP 3518/PRC-47 (A5) is
defective.
f.
Low-voltage transformer A5T2,
or its associated circuit in PP3518/PRC-47 (A5) is defective.
b.
a.
b.
3-75
a.
Check and replace fuse F2 (fig.
3-87) or repair primary power
circuit and/or cable.
Check continuity of T2 primary
winding from F2 holder to
connector P1-L. Replace T2 if
open circuit, or if shorted to
chassis. Check continuity of
diodes CR3 thru CR6. Replace
any shorted or open diodes.
Check continuity of circuit from
K2-5 to chassis ground with
POWER-LIGHTS switch at
POWER ON. Repair circuit or
replace switch.
Replace relay K2 if winding
resistance is not 300 ± 30 ohms.
Check continuity of normallyclosed contacts K1-2 to K1-8;
replace K1 if open circuit. Check
continuity from Kl-8 Lo K2-4;
repair circuit if open.
Replace relay K2.
Check continuity of primary
power circuit between K1-2 and
connector J1-13. Repair circuit
on main chassis if open circuit.
Check continuity of A5T2
primary between J1-3 and J1-13.
Repair circuit or replace PP3518/PRC 47.
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(2) Primary Power Source 26.5-volt dc.
Item
Indication
Probable trouble
Procedure
NOTE
Place the POWFR-LIGHTS switch on the front of RT-671/PRC-47 to POWER ON.
1
2
Dc voltage measured between
A5J9 (fig. 3-4) and chassis
ground is not +26.5 volts dc.
Note. Do not perform this test if
115-volts, 400-Hz primary power
source is being used to power
the equipment. Use previous
chart (1).
Transmitter bias and high-voltage
output is low or zero when 26.5volt dc primary power input is
used, but normal with 115-volt,
400-Hz primary power source.
a.
Fuse F1 (POWER 20A DC) is
blown or primary power circuit
is defective.
a.
b. +6.5 volts dc is not present at
the coil of relay K1 (terminals
K1-1 to K1-4.)
c. Diode CR8 and/or R16
defective.
b.
d.
POWER-LIGHTS switch on
front panel, or associated circuit
defective.
d.
e.
Dc power control relay K1 coil
defective.
e.
f.
Contacts of K1 are defective.
f.
g.
Dc circuit from K1 to PP3518/PRC47 is defective.
g.
a.
Circuit to high-voltage transformer A5T1 in PP-3518/PRC47 is defective.
a.
b.
Contacts of push-to-talk relay
A5K1 are defective.
b.
c.
Circuit between J1 and power
oscillator defective.
c.
d.
Emitter circuit components
defective.
d.
e.
Base circuit components
defective.
e.
f.
Power transistors Q1 and Q2
defective.
f.
3-76
c.
Check and replace fuse F1 (fig.
3-87). Check continuity of input
at L4; replace L4 if open. Check
capacitors C26 and C27 for
shorts; replace if shorted.
Check continuity from F1
holder to K1-1 and K1-4, and to
connector P1-J. Repair if open.
Check continuity of CR8 and
R16 for opens and shorts to
ground. Replace defective
component.
Check continuity from K2-5 to
chassis ground with POWERLIGHTS switch at POWERON. Repair circuit or replace
switch.
Replace K1 if winding
resistance is not 1628 ± 10%
ohms.
Check dc voltage at K1-7 with
POWER-LIGHTS switch to
POWER ON. Replace K1 if
reading is zero volts.
Check continuity from K1-7 to
connector J1-22; and each point
for short to ground. Repair as
required.
Remove front panel power plug
and check continuity from J1-14
to J1-1; repair primary circuit to
A5T1 or replace transformer.
Check voltage at A5K1-5 with
ptt relay operated: (normal
+26.5 volts dc). Replace A5K1
if no voltage present.
Check continuity of power cable
jumpers (pins A-B. C-D, and JK) and circuits from J1-1/J1-2,
J1-14/J1-15, and J1-16/J1-17;
repair circuit or replace cable.
Check continuity from P1-A to
Q2 emitter, and from P1-C to Q1
emitter; repair circuit if open.
Check continuity of C1, CR1,
CR2, and R5 for opens and
shorts: replace defective component.
Check continuity of R1 through
R4: replace defective component.
Check winding of reactor for
opens: normal readings are T1-1
to T1-2, 1.0 ohm: T1-2 to T1-3,
60 ohms: T1-3 to T1-4 1.0 ohm;
replace T1 if defective.
Replace with proper type
number.
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(3) Power Distribution Circuits and Components
Item
1
2
3
4
Indication
XMTR OUTPUT meter M101
does not read in the banded
portion of its scale when
BATTERY TEST switch is
pressed.
Probable trouble
Procedure
a.
+26.5-volt dc lamp circuit
defective.
a.
b.
Resistor R23 defective.
b.
c.
BATTERY TEST switch S2
(fig. 3-87) defective.
c.
d.
PA filter box FL2 (fig. 3-5)
defective.
d.
Check continuity from K1-7 to
POWER-LIGHTS switch S1-6:
to antilock relay K6- 1, to inductor L3, and resistor R23.
Repair circuit as required.
Check resistance of R23
(normal 681K ohms). Replace if
defective.
Check continuity from R23 to
S3A (NO) to S3A (COM) with
switch pressed: replace S3 if
defective.
Check continuity from S3A
(COM) to FL2-11. Repair circuit
if open. Check resistance between FL2-11 and FL2-24
(normal 29.0 ohms). Repair FL2
if abnormal reading.
Caution:
Before continuing this procedure, disconnect the lead from the positive ( + ) terminal of XMTR OUTPUT meter M101. Do not
attempt to measure the meter movement resistance.
e. PA filter box circuit shorted to
e. Check for short to ground at
ground.
FL2-11 and FL2-24. Repair
circuit C216, C203, L203, as
required.
f.
Meter bypass circuit defective.
f.
Check continuity from FL2-24
to lead removed from + meter
terminal. Repair if open. Check
C107 for short; replace if
necessary.
Note:
Reconnect the positive ( + ) meter lead removed above before proceeding to the next procedural step.
g. XMTR OUTPUT meter
g. Remove and replace M101.
defective.
Panel lamps in main compartment
a. Panel lamps DS1 and DS2
a. Replace burned out lamp bulbs.
(DS1 and DS2) (fig. 3-87) fail to
burned out.
light when POWER-LIGHTS
b. Lamp circuit defective.
b. Check continuity from S1-10 to
switch is rotated to LIGHTS
each lampholder; check conHl.
tinuity from each lampholder to
ground. Repair any defective
circuits.
c. POWER-LIGHTS switch (lamp
c. Replace switch S1.
circuit) defective.
Panel lamps in power amplifier
a. Panel lamps DS101 and DS102
a. Replace burned out lamp bulbs.
compartment (DS101 and
are burned out.
DS102) (fig. 3-87) fail to light
b. Lamp circuit defective.
b. Check continuity from S1-10 to
wheat DS1 and DS2 are lighted.
FL2-9; repair circuit if defective.
c. PA filter FL2 (gig.. 3-5) defecc. Check resistance from FL2-9 to
five.
FL2-22 (normal 29 ohms}.
Repair circuit C218, C229, C206,
and L205 as required.
d. Lampholder or circuit to FL2
d. Check continuity from FL2-22
defective.
to each lampholder, and from
each lampholder to ground.
Repair any defective circuits or
replace lampholder.
Panel lamps remain bright or go
Dimming resistor R6 is defective.
Check resistance of R6 (normal
out when POWER-LIGHTS
180 ohms; replace if necessary.
switch is rotated to LIGHTS
Check continuity from S1-9 to
LO.
S1-6; replace S1 if defective.
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Item
5
6
7
Indication
Probable trouble
Dc voltage measured between
A5J7 (fig. 3-4) and chassis
ground is not +24 volts dc.
No receive audio output or low
and distorted output from
headset.
st
Dc plate and Wren voltage at 1 and 2d- rf amplifiers in signal
data translator not present.
Low-voltage power supply, filter,
or voltage regulator defective.
Perform isolation procedures on
PP-3518/PRC-47 (see para 3-6).
a.
a.
+24-volt circuit between J1-19
and J2-9 defective.
b. Audio frequency amplifier AM3506/PRC.47 defective.
a. +24-volt circuit between J1-19
and J5-5 defective.
b.
8
9
Dc voltage measured between
A5J8 (fig. 3-4) and chassis
ground is not +20 volts dc
regulated.
20 volts dc is not present at
receiver circuits.
Signal Data Translator CV1377A/PRC-47 (A3) defective.
Low-voltage power supply, filter,
or voltage regulator defective.
a.
Dc plate and screen voltage at V3
not present.
a.
Check and replace fuse F3.
b.
Fuse F5 (1/10A) (fig. 3-5) is
burned out.
300-volt circuit between J1-21
and J7-2 or KC3-7 defective.
a.
Check continuity from F3 to
each circuit: (J2-13, J4-3, J5-3,
J8-1, J9-1, J11-1, K3-8, K3-2,
L1, and J5-1). L1 resistance is
1.2 ohms. Repair circuit or
replace K3 or L1 if defective.
Check F5 and replace fuse.
a.
Filament circuit of vacuum
tube(s) open.
a.
b.
Filament winding of highvoltage transformer A5T2
defective.
b.
c.
Filament circuit between J1-5
and T3-1, or J1-4 (or J1-8) and
T3-2 and relay K2 is defective.
c.
d.
Filament transformer T3
defective.
d.
e.
Signal data translator A3
defective.
e.
a.
b.
11
Filaments of rf amplifiers V1 and
V2, and driver V3 in signal data
translator A3 do not light.
Check continuity from J1-19 to
J2-9: repair open circuit.
b. Repair or replace AM3506/PRC-47 (para 3-6).
a. Check continuity from J1-19 to
K3-6: from K3-6 to K3-4; from
K3-4 to L5: and from L5 to J55.
Check resistance of L5 (normal
72.0 ohms): repair circuit or
replace K3 or L5 if required.
b. Repair or replace CV1377A/PRC-47 (para 3-6).
Perform isolation procedures on
PP-3518/PRC-47 (A5) (para 3-6)
or replace power supply.
Fuse F3 (½ A) (fig. 3-5) is
burned out.
20-volt circuit from power
supply A5 to receiver circuits is
defective.
b.
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Procedure
3-78
b.
Check continuity from J1-21 to
F5, from F5 to J7-2 and to R8.
(R8 normal 4,750 ohms). Check
continuity from R8 to K3-7.
Repair circuit or replace R8 if
defective.
Check filament circuit in each
tube for continuity. Replace
defective vacuum tube.
Voltage test-Measure at A5J3
to A5J4 with 115-volt ac
primary power input; normal 6.3
vac rms. (with 26.5 volt dc
primary power input, reading
from A5J3 to J5-4 is 6.3 vac
peak. Replace T2 if winding
defective.
Check continuity from J1-5 to
T3-1 and to FL2-1: from J1-4 to
K2-2, to K2-8, to T3-2, and
FL2-2 for open circuits or short
to ground. Repair circuit, or
replace relay K2 if defective.
Check continuity from J1-8 to
K2-3 and repair if required.
Check resistance of primary
(normal 0.75 ohms) and
secondary (normal 0.75 ohms).
Replace if defective. Check
continuity from T3 secondary to
J7-3 and J7-4. Repair if open.
Repair or replace CV1377A/PRC-47 (para 3-6),
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Indication
Filaments of power amplifier stage
do not Light.
Probable trouble
Procedure
a.
Filament circuit vacuum tube
open.
a.
b.
Filament chokes L120 and L121
defective.
b.
Check continuity of filament
circuit within V101; replace tube
(para 3-14) if defective.
Check continuity of chokes
L120 and L121 (normal 0.09
ohms). Replace if defective.
Note.
Make the following checks after unsoldering the filament lines from PA filter box FL2-14 and FL2-15. (Tag each wire).
c. Filament circuit in FL2
c. Check continuity from FL2-1 to
defective.
FL2-14 and from FL2-2 to FL215, and test each terminal for
shorts to ground. Repair circuit
or replace C221, C208, C235,
C220, C207, or C234 if defective.
Note:
Reconnect the two filament lines to terminals FL2-14 and FL2-15 of the PA filter box.
d.
Filament bypass capacitors or
hum balance resistor or circuit
defective.
d.
Check continuity of R121
(normal 50 ohms); check continuity of circuit from L120 to
XV101-1 and L121 to XV101-7.
Repair circuit, or replace R121 if
defective.
Note.
Disconnect capacitors C103 and C104 from XVIO1 before proceeding with the following tests. (Tag each lead).
e. Filament bypass capacitors
e. Check C103 and C104 for
shorted to chassis ground.
shorts; replace if defective.
13
Note.
Reconnect capacitors C103 and C104 to the filament pins of tube socket XV101.
Dc bias voltage measured between
a. -32-volt dc bias circuit of PPA3J3 and chassis ground is not
3518/PRC-47 incorrectly ad-25 volts dc.
justed or defective.
b.
Fuse F4 (1/500A) (fig. 3-5) is
burnt out.
Inductor L6 is open or shorted
to ground.
b.
d.
-32-volt bias circuit on main
chassis defective.
d.
e.
-32-volt bias circuit in signal
data translator A3 defective.
e.
a.
-110-volt dc bias circuit of
PP-3518/PRC-47 incorrectly
adjusted or defective.
a.
b.
XMTR PWR switch S103 not
at HI position.
XMTR PWR switch S103
defective.
b.
c.
14
Dc bias voltage measured between
J102 (fig. 3-5) and chassis is not
-110 volts dc.
a.
c.
3-79
c.
c.
Perform adjustment routine of
paragraph 3-27, replace PP3518/PRC-47, .or repair (para 36) if defective.
Check and replace fuse F4, if
defective.
Check continuity of L6 (normal
72.0 ohms): check L6 for shorts
to ground. Replace L6 if
defective.
Check continuity from J1-23 to
XF4-1, from XF4-2 to L6-1,
from L6-2 to J7-1. Repair as
required.
Repair CV-1377A/PRC-47
using procedure of paragraph 36.
Perform adjustment routine of
paragraph 3-27, replace PP3518/PRC-47, or repair (para 36) if defective.
Place S103 to XMTR PWR HI.
Check continuity of S103 (in HI
position) from S103-1 to S103-4
or S103-5. Rotate S103 to LO
position and check from S103.1
to S103-2. Measure resistance of
R107 {normal 100K ohms).
Repair circuit or replace S103 or
R107 as required.
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Indication
Probable trouble
d.
-110-volt dc bias circuit in PA
filter box FL2 defective.
d.
e.
-110-volt bias circuit between
J1-9 and FL2-7 defective.
-110-volt bias circuit between
S103 and J102 defective.
e.
J102 circuit defective.
g.
f.
g.
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Procedure
f.
Rotate XMTR PWR switch to
OFF and check continuity from
FL2-7 to FL2-20 (normal 29
ohms); check for shorts to
ground. Replace C222, C209,
C233, or L201 as required or
repair circuit.
Check continuity from J1-9 to
FL2-7; repair as required.
Check continuity from S103-1 to
L102; repair circuit if necessary.
Check C101B for shorts; replace
if necessary.
Check continuity from J102 to
S103-1 (normal 10K ohms).
Replace R103 or J102 as
required.
WARNING.
The 650- and 1600-voit potentials at the power amplifier screen and plate electrodes are extremely dangerous. Avoid contact
with these circuits.
Plate and screen voltages to power
a. +650-volt screen circuit
a. Check continuity of screen
amplifier stage is low or not
defective.
circuit from J1-A1 to C30, from
present.
C30 to L123-1, from L123-2 to
S103A-5, to S103B-3. Repair
circuit if open.
b. Capacitor C30 shorted to
b. Check C30 for short to ground;
ground.
replace if necessary.
c. Switch S103 defective.
c. With XMTR PWR switch at
LO, check continuity from
S103A-3 to S103A-5; from
S103B-10 to S103B-11. Rotate
XMTR PWR switch to HI and
check continuity from S103A-3
to S103A-8 and from S103B-3 to
S103B-10. Replace S103 if
defective.
d. Screen grid voltage divider
d. With XMTR PWR switch at
defective.
HI, or OFF, check resistance
between S103B-11 and S103B-3
(normal 50K ohms) and between
S103B-11 and chassis ground
(normal 100K ohms). Replace
R105, R106, and/or R128 if
defective.
e. Screen grid circuit from S103Be. Check continuity from S103B10 to power amplifier socket
10 to K102-7, from K102-8 to
defective.
K102-4, and from K102-3 to
L103-1. Resistance of L103 is 50
ohms. Check continuity from
L103-2 to XV101-2 and XV1016. Check C139 for short to
ground. Repair circuit or replace
L103 or C139 if defective.
f.
Screen voltage relay K102 filter
f.
Check continuity across C146
network defective.
and measure resistance of R125
(normal 560 ohms). Replace
C146 if shorted and R125 if
defective
g. Plate circuit from S103A-3 to
g. Check continuity from S103A-3
power amplifier plate electrode
to R112, to L106-1, from L106-2
defective.
to 1.109-1, and from L109-2 to
V101 plate cap. Measure
resistance of L106 (normal 2.1
ohms) and L109 (normal less
than 1 ohm) and check C123 for
short to ground. Repair circuit,
or replace C123. L106.
L104 /R110, or TUNE coil L109.
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Indication
Probable trouble
h.
Shorted capacitor in power
amplifier plate circuit.
h.
i.
Plate voltage circuit in main
chassis defective.
i.
1
Indication
Check continuity of L105
(normal 3.2 ohms} and verify
that none of the plate tank
capacitors is shorted: replace
L105, C105, C108 thru C122 if
defective.
Check continuity from S103A.8
to L122-1, from L122-2 to C29,
and from C29 to J1-A2.
Resistance of L122 is 11.6 ohms.
Repair circuit or replace
defective component.
of malfunctions to a module within the frequency
generation and control circuits.
c. Frequency Generation Circuit Tests. Perform
the following procedures in the order listed for isolation
Item
Procedure
Probable trouble
Procedure
Place the POWER LIGHTS switch on the front panel of RT -671/PRC 47 to POWER OFF. Connect the test equipment for
receiver tests (fig. 3 2). Adjust the frequency control knobs for a reading of 2225 on the KILOCYCLES indicator; adjust the
signal generator for 2.0 microvolts output at 2226 kHz. Rotate the VOLUME control on the front of RT-671/PRC-47 to its
maximum clockwise stop and then place POWER-LIGHTS switch to POWER ON
No signal, or erratic operation at
a. Hf oscillator circuit in signal
a. Measure waveform at A7J3;
selected frequency.
data translator A3 defective.
normal is 3.5 volts pep at a 0.3microsecond rate. Measure
waveform at test jack A3J5;
normal reading 8.0 volts p-p at a
0.3-microsecond rate. Repair hf
oscillator circuit (para 3-13c) or
replace CV-1377A /PRC-47.
b. Hf oscillator circuit on main
b. Check continuity from J10-A2
chassis defective.
to J5 A2; repair defective circuit.
c. 500-kHz standard signal circuit
c. Check waveform at test jack
of radio frequency oscillator A6
A6J4. Normal reading is 4.25
defective.
volts pep: measure waveform at
test jack A6J3. Normal reading
is 3.5 volts pep; repair oscillator
circuit (para 3-13e) or replace 01032/PRC-47 if defective.
d. 500-kHz standard signal circuit
d. Check continuity from J9-A2 to
in main chassis defective.
K4-8, from K4-8 to K4-2 and
K4-7, and from K4-2 to J4-1.
Repair circuit as necessary or
replace K4 if defective. Also
check continuity from J9-A3 to
J10-A3 and repair if open.
e. 1-MHz pulse generator circuit
e. Measure waveform at J11-A1
in oscillator control A7 defec(main chassis). Normal reading
tive.
5.5 volts pep. pulses at
1.0-microsecond rate. Repair 1MHz pulse circuit (para 3-13f )
or replace C-4311/PRC-47.
f.
5- to 14-MHz amplifier circuit
f.
Measure waveform at J11-A2
in signal data translator A3 is
is (main chassis). Normal reading
defective.
3.0 volts p-p at 0.5-microsecond
rate. Check continuity from J11A2 to J8-A2 and from J11-A1 to
J8-A1. Repair circuit (para 313c ) or replace CV-1377A/PRC47.
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Item
2
Indication
KILOCYCLES indicator does not
track with signal generator.
Note: Signal generator should be
1-kHz higher than
KILOCYCLES indicator reading
to produce a 1000 Hz audio tone
at the receiver output.
Probable trouble
g.
100 kHz oscillator signal circuit
of radio frequency oscillator A6
defective.
h.
1.8 to 0.9 MHz pulse circuit of
oscillator control A7 is defective.
i.
Dc error signals from
discriminator circuit of oscillator
control A7 defective.
j.
Dc error signal circuit or antilock relay K6 defective.
Frequency generation circuits not
properly aligned.
Indication
g.
Check waveform at A6J1.
Normal reading is 4.5 volts pep
at a J0 microsecond rate. Repair
100-kHz circuit (para 3-13e) or
replace 0 1032/PRC-47.
h. Check waveform at base of
follower Q24 /normal reading 0.6
volts pip at 0.5-microsecond
rate.) Check continuity from J9A1 to J10-A1: repair circuit
(para 3-13f ) or replace C4311JPRC 47.
i.
If voltages not near zero after
synchronizing, repair
discriminator circuit or replace
C-4311 /PRC-47.
j.
Check continuity from J6-3 to
J11-5 and K6-4: also from J6-2
tp J11-4 and K6-8: verify that
relay K6 operates when a ground
is applied to J11-3. Repair
circuit or replace relay K6 if
defective.
Check the drive mechanism and
align frequency generation
circuits.
malfunctions to a module within the receiver circuits.
d. Receiver Circuit Tests. Perform the folio wine
procedures in the order listed for isolation of
Item
Procedure
Probable trouble
Procedure
Place POWER-LIGHTS switch on the front of RT-671/PRC-47 to POWER OFF. If the procedures of step c have not been
performed immediately prior to these tests, connect the test equipment for receiver tests (fig. 3-2.) Adjust the KILOCYCLES
indicator for a reading of 2225. Adjust the signal generator to 2226 kHz and set its output level to 2.0 microvolts. On RT671/PRC-47, set VOLUME control to its maximum clockwise stop, then place POWER-LIGHTS switch to POWER ON.
1
2
st
No signal at grid of 1 rf amplifier A3V1.
No receive input at A2J3 on
amplifier-modulator A2.
a.
T/r relay K101 or circuit to
antenna terminal defective.
a.
b.
Receiver antenna relay K5 or
circuit on main chassis defective.
b.
a.
Receive circuit of signal data
translator A3 defective.
Receive if. circuit on main
chassis defective.
Receive if. circuit at amplifiermodulator input defective.
If. amplifier circuits, product
detector, or af low-pass filter
defective.
Receive audio circuit on main
chassis defective.
a.
b.
c.
3
No receive audio at test point
A1J13 on audio frequency
amplifier A1.
a.
b.
3-82
b.
c.
a.
b.
Check continuity from ANTENNA terminal to K101
(COM). Repair circuit if open.
Check continuity from KI01
(NC) to K101 (COM). Replace
K101 if circuit is open.
Check continuity from K101
(NC) to K5 (NC): repair if circuit
is open. Check continuity from
K5 (NC) to K5 (COM): replace
K5 if contacts are open. Check
continuity from K5 (COM) to
J5-A1: repair if defective.
Repair CV-1377A/PRC-47 (para
3-13c ) or replace module.
Check continuity from J6-A2 to
J4-A2: repair if defective.
Repair AM-3507/PRC-47 (para
3-13b ) or replace module.
Repair AM-3506/PRC-47 (pare
3-13a ) or replace module.
Check continuity from J4-7 to
J2-23: repair if defective.
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4
Indication
No audio output (or low output) at
headset terminals.
Probable trouble
a.
Driver A1Q10 not adjusted
properly or defective.
a.
b.
Audio output amplifier A1Q11A1Q12 defective.
Audio output circuit on main
chassis defective.
b.
a.
The -agc circuit of audio
frequency amplifier A2 defective.
a.
b.
The -agc circuit on the main
chassis is defective.
b.
c.
The +agc circuit of audio
frequency amplifier A2 defective.
c.
d.
The +agc circuit on the main
chassis is defective.
The -agc circuit in signal data
translator A3, or the +agc
circuit in audio frequency
amplifier A2 defective.
d.
c.
5
Excessive distortion on receive
{due to front-end or if.
overloading).
e.
1
Indication
c.
e.
Check audio output at A1J14
(normal 11 volts p-p); adjust
receiver gain control (para 3-22),
repair AM-3506/PRC-47, or
replace module.
Repair AM-3506/PRC-47 (para
3-13a ) or replace module.
Check continuity from J2-24 to
VOLUME control; from
VOLUME control to P2-L and
P3-L. Repair circuit if necessary.
Check VOLUME control for
continuity throughout its
rotation, check C20 and C24 for
shorts, and resistance of R24
and R25 (normal 15K ohms).
Replace any defective component, repair the circuit as
necessary.
Check -agc level at A1J15
(normal 0 to -0.5 volts dc);
adjust agc gain (para 3-23)
Repair AM-3506/PRC47 (para
3-13a) or replace module.
Check continuity from J2-20 to
L2-1, from L2-2 to J6-4; repair
as required. Measure resistance
of L2 (normal 1.2 ohms); replace
if defective.
Check +agc level at A1J16
{normal +5 to +6 volts dc);
repair AM-3506/PRC-47 (para 313a) or replace module.
Check continuity from J2-16 to
J4-5; repair as necessary.
Repair CV-1377A/PRC-47 (para
3-13c ) or AM-3506/PRC-47
(para 3-13a), or replace the
defective module.
malfunctions to a module within the transmitter circuits.
e. Transmitter Circuit Tests. Perform the following
procedures in the order listed for isolation of
Item
Procedure
Probable trouble
Procedure
Place the POWER-LIGHTS switch on the front panel of RT-671/PRC-47 to POWER OFF. Connect the test equipment for
transmitter tests (fig 3-3). Adjust the KILOCYCLES indicator to read 2000. Verify that the selector switch on the antenna
simulator is at the 2.0 MHz position. Resonate the power amplifier at the operating frequency using the OPR-TUNE switch
Caution:
Do not leave the OPR-TUNE switch in the TUNE position for more than a few seconds at a time. Damage to the power
amplifier plate circuit can result.
Connect the audio oscillator to A1J1 (fig. 3 4) and adjust its output level to 0.1 volt rms at 1.000 Hz.
No transmit audio, or low audio
a. Audio frequency amplifier A1
a. Check audio at A1J7 (normal
level, at balanced modulator
not adjusted properly or
0.25 volts rms): adjust
input (J3-3).
defective.
microphone amplifier gain
control A1R27 (para 3 25),
repair AM-3506/PRC-47 (para 313a ) or replace defective
module.
b. Transmit audio circuit in main
b. Check continuity from J3-3 to
chassis defective.
J2-22. from J2-C to J3-C and
J2-25. Check microphone circuit
from P2-E to P3-E and J2 2.
Repair as required. Check
capacitors C22 and C23 for
shorts: replace defective components.
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Item
Indication
2
No signal at transmit if. input
A2J3.
3
No 500-kHz standard oscillator
signal at A2J2 of amplifiermodulator A2.
4
5
No transmit signal at if. output
(A2J1) of amplifier-modulator
A2.
st
No transmit rf signal at 1 rf
amplifier grid (A3J1) of signal
data translator A3.
Probable trouble
Balanced modulator circuit of
amplifier-modulator A2 defective.
a. 500-kHz standard oscillator
circuit on main chassis defective.
b.
500-kHz relay K4 defective.
c.
500-kHz standard oscillator
circuit in amplifier-modulator A2
defective.
If. amplifier stages in amplifiermodulator A2 defective.
a.
Transmit relay A2K1 in amplifier-modulator defective.
b.
If. circuit on main chassis
defective.
Transmit mixer circuit or
amplifier A3Q15 in signal data
translator defective.
Rf drive circuit on main chassis
defective.
c.
6
7
No transmit rf signal at grid of
power amplifier (J104).
XMTR OUTPUT meter M101
indicates little or no output
power.
a.
b.
A1c circuit at power amplifier
grid defective.
c.
A1c circuit on main chassis
defective.
d.
A1c circuits in PA filter box
FL2 defective.
e.
A1c circuit in amplifiermodulator A2 defective.
a.
Power amplifier output circuit
defective.
b.
Rf detector circuit defective.
3-84
Procedure
Repair AM-3507/PRC-47 (para 313b ) or replace defective
module.
a. Check continuity from K4-3 to
K4-6 and J3-A2; repair as
required. Refer to frequency
generation tests (para 3-5c ).
b. Check for signal at K4-3 and
K4-6 when relay operated.
Replace K4 if contacts remain
open when 26.5-volt vox signal
is applied to K4-1.
c. Check continuity from J3-A2 to
A2J2: repair AM-3507/PRC-47
(para 3-13b ) or replace defective
module.
Repair AM-3507/PRC-47 (para 313b ) or replace defective
module.
a. Check signal at J4-A3 (main
chassis) when A2K1 operated.
Check capacitor C2 on main
chassis for shorts; repair circuit
on main chassis, repair AM3507/PRC-47 (para 3-13b ), or
replace defective module.
b. Check continuity from J4-A3 to
J6-A1; repair if necessary.
c. Repair CV-1377A/PRC-47 (para
3-13c ), or replace defective
module.
a. Check continuity from J7-AI to
PA socket XV101-4; repair
circuit as necessary.
b. Check resistance and continuity
of L102 (normal 29 ohms), R104
(normal 47K ohms). R119
(normal 27K ohms). and check
capacitors C101A and C141 for
shorts. Repair circuit or replace
defective components.
c. Check continuity from L102-2
to FL2-19, from FL2-6 to J3-2,
from C101A to FL2-18, and
from FL2-5 to J3-1; repair
circuits as necessary.
d. Check continuity from FL2-5 to
FL2-18, and from FL2-6 to FL219: check each terminal for short
to chassis ground. Repair circuit
or replace C210, C211, C223.
C224, C231, C232, L208, or
L209 as required.
e. Repair AM-3507/PRC-47 (para
3-13b ) or replace defective
module.
a. Check continuity of L110,
L111, and L112 and from L112
to K101 (NO): repair circuit or
replace defective component.
b. Check continuity of T101, R129
(normal 470 ohms), and M ADJ
pot R117 (normal 5K ohms).
Verify that CR102, CR103,
C106A/C106B and not shorted.
Repair defective circuit or
replace component.
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Item
Indication
Probable trouble
Procedure
Note.
Place XMTR PWR switch (S103) to OFF before proceeding with the remainder of these tests.
8
No sidetone, or low sidetone level,
on transmit.
c.
XMTR PWR switch circuit
defective.
c.
a.
Sidetone detector circuit in
power amplifier compartment
defective.
a.
b.
Sidetone circuit in PA filter
box FL2 defective.
b.
c.
Sidetone circuit in main chassis
defective.
Sidetone circuit in audio
frequency amplifier A1 defective.
c.
d.
d.
Check continuity from CR103
cathode to S103B-7, from
S103B-7 to S103B-8, from
S103B-8 to FL2-26. from FL2-13
to BATTERY TEST switch S3A
(NC) and check value of R118
(normal 1K ohms). Check
continuity from FL2-26 to FL213 and check each terminal for
shorts to ground. Repair circuit
or replace defective component.
Check continuity from J103 to
FL2-17, check resistance of R116
(normal 2.2K ohms), R108
(normal 100 ohms), and check
CR101, C124, C125, C126, and
C140 for shorts. Repair circuit or
replace defective component.
Check continuity from FL2-17
to FL2-4 and check each terminal for shorts to ground.
Replace L210, C212, C225, or
C236 if defective.
Check continuity from FL2-4 to
J2-17. Repair as necessary.
Repair AM-3506/PRC-47 (para
3-13a ) or replace defective
module.
Warning:
Place the POWER-LIGHTS switch to POWER OFF, disconnect the primary power source cable from the front of RT-671/PRC47, and discharge the plate circuit capacitors and high-voltage filter capacitors in the power supply before proceeding with
the following test. Personal injury or death can result from these dangerous voltages.
9
Excessive non-linearity in power
amplifier stage.
a.
Feedback circuit in power
amplifier compartment defective.
a.
b.
Feedback circuit in signal data
translator A3 defective.
Power amplifier grid bias
adjusted incorrectly.
b.
c.
malfunctions to components on the main chassis of the
receiver-transmitter.
f. Relay and Mode Control Tests. Perform the
following procedures in the order for isolation of
Item
1
Indication
c.
Check continuity from C144 to
J7-A2; check capacitors C105
and C144 for shorts; repair
circuit or replace defective
component.
Repair CV-1377A/PRC-47
(para 3-13c ) or replace defective
module.
Perform adjustment routine of
paragraph 327.
Probable trouble
Procedure
Connect power to the receiver-transmi1ter, attach the antenna simulator and the dummy load as for transmitter tests (fig. 33) and place the front panel controls as follows: CW-FSK/VOICE switch to VOICE: OPR-TUNE switch to OPR; KILOCYCLES
indicator to 2225; XMTR PWR switch to LO.
Equipment does not switch to
a. Hand set ptt switch defective.
a. Replace handset and tighten
transmit mode when ptt switch
audio input connector.
on handset is pressed.
b. Handset ptt circuit on main
b. Check continuity from Jl-11 to
chassis defective.
J2-11, to P2-F, to P3-F, to FL212; also from FL2-25 to S102
(COM 1) and from S102 (NO 1)
to S102 (NO 2) and to FL2-16.
Check continuity from FL2-3 to
P2-H, to P3-H, to S3B (COM),
to S2 (COM) and from S2 (NO)
to P3-F. Repair defective circuit.
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Item
Indication
Probable trouble
Procedure
c.
PA filter box circuit defective.
c.
d.
PA overtemperature cutout
and/or override circuit defective.
d.
e.
Push-to-talk relay A5K1 in
power supply A5 defective.
e.
f.
Vox relay A1K1 in audio
frequency amplifier A1 defective.
f.
g.
Vox circuit in audio frequency
amplifier A1 defective.
f.
h.
Vox circuit or, main chassis
defective.
h.
i.
Defective ground circuit or
operating coil in a relay.
i.
j.
Transmit relay A21C1 in amplifier-modulator A2 defective.
j.
3-86
Check continuity from FL2-12
to FL2-25 and from FL2-16 to
FL2-3: check each terminal for
shorts to ground. Repair circuit
or replace C28, C202, C213,
C215, C226, C227, C237, L202,
or L211 (para 3-9).
Check continuity across R103.
If open, permit unit to cool
thoroughly 115 to 20 minutes,
and retest. Replace K103 if
circuit remains open (para 3-9).
Check continuity from S3B
(COM) to S3B (NO) with
BATTERY TEST switch
pressed. Replace if circuit
remains open. Check continuity
from S2 (COM) to S2 (NO) with
CW-FSK/VOICE twitch to CWFSK. Replace S2 if circuit
remains open (pare 3-91.
Check continuity from J1-11 to
J1-22 Normal 300 ohms), replace
A5K1 if winding open (para 313d ).
Check continuity from A1K1-3
to A1K1-5 (fig. 3-68): repair
AM-3506/PRC-47 (para 3-13a)
or replace defective module.
Check continuity from J2-11 to
A1K1-3 and from J2-5 to A1K15: measure dc volts from J2-7 to
ground with ptt switch pressed.
Repair AM-3506/PRC-47 (para
3-13a ) or replace defective
module.
Check continuity from Jl-20 to
J2-7, to J4-4, to K3-1, to K4-1,
to K5-1, to FL2-8. Also from
FL2-21 to R120-1, to t/r relay
K101 coil. Repair defective
circuit.
Measure resistance to ground as
follows: K3-1 (normal 1628
ohms); K4-1 (normal 1628
ohms): K5-1 (normal 725 ohms);
K101 (C) (normal 270 ohms);
K102-1 ( normal 684 ohm - );
check C145 for abort to ground.
Measure resistance of R120
(normal 470 ohms} and verify
that the following pins are
grounded: J1-6, J1-7, J1-12, J21, J2-2, J2-3, J3-4, J4-2, J6-1,
J7-5, J8-2, J9-3, J11-2. Repair
defective circuit or replace faulty
component.
Check winding of relay from J4to J4-2 (normal 1K ohms);
repair AM-3507/PRC-47 (para 313b ) or replace defective
module. Check C2 (on main
chassis) for short to ground.
Verify that R45 (normal 680
ohms) is not open; replace
defective component.
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2
3
4
Indication
Transmitter does not key when
CW-FSK/VOICE switch is at
CW.FSK and telegraph key is
operated.
Transmitter does not key when
OPR-TUNE switch is in TUNE
position.
Oscillator control A7 loses control
of hf oscillator.
Probable trouble
a.
Procedure
Telegraph key or connecting
cord is defective.
Key circuit on main chassis
defective.
a.
c.
Key circuit in FL2 defective.
c.
d.
Key circuit in audio frequency
amplifier A1 defective.
d.
a.
OPR-TUNE switch S102
defective.
a.
b.
Overtemperature cutout has
operated or is defective.
b.
a.
Automatic oscillator capture
circuit defective.
Antilock relay circuit in main
chassis defective.
a.
b.
b.
b.
b.
Repair or replace J-45 telegraph
key and/or connecting cord.
Check continuity from P2-K to
P3-K, to J2-18, to FL2-10.
Check capacitors C21 and C25
for shorts to ground. Repair
defective circuit or replace
shorted capacitors.
Check continuity from FL2-10
to FL2-23 and from each terminal to ground. Repair circuit
or replace C204, C217, or L204
(para 3-9).
Check oscillator output at
A1J9. Check continuity from J218 to A1L2-3. Repair AM3506/PRC-47 (para 3-13a ) or
replace defective module.
Check continuity from S102
(NO 2) to S102 (COM 2) with
switch at TUNE. Replace S102
if circuit remains open (para 39).
Check continuity from S102
(NO 2) to ground. If open, K103
has operated. Permit K103 to
cool for 15 to 20 minutes and
then recheck. If circuit is still
open; replace K103 (para 3-9).
Repair C-4311/PRC-47 (para 313f ) or replace defective module.
Place ground at J11-3 and
observe that +1.0 volts dc
appears at J11-4 and J11-5. If
not, check J 11-1 for + 20 volts
dc: repair circuit as required.
Check continuity from J 11-4 to
K6-8 and from J11-5 to K6-4.
Repair if open. Check resistance
of R126 (normal 19.1K ohms)
and R127 (normal 1,210 ohms).
Replace K6 if contacts remain
open or repair resistor divider.
Section III. ISOLATING TROUBLE
sockets and transistor terminals of a questionable circuit
or stage. Use the flexible extender cables provided as
part of Cable Assembly AN/PRA-4 (fig. 3-84) to extend
the suspected module from the main chassis to gain
access to the internal adjustments and test points.
Refer to the voltage and resistance diagrams for the
suspected module or subassembly shown in figures 3-68
through 383. Module disassembly and reassembly
procedures are detailed in section V.
CAUTION
When making voltage readings on
partially disassembled modules, do
not permit the individual card
assemblies to
3-6. Trouble isolation Within a Module
a. When the cause of trouble has been localized to
a stage or specific circuit within a module or
subassembly through use of the troubleshooting charts,
the following procedures will isolate the malfunction to a
defective component.
WARNING
Avoid contact with the high-voltage
circuits of Signal Data Translator CV1377A/PRC-47 (A3), Power Supply
PP-3518/PRC-47 (A5), and in the
power amplifier compartment. These
voltages can cause personal injury
or death.
b. Make all voltage measurements at the tube
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come in contact with one another or
with
the
module
chassis.
Component damage can result.
c. If abnormal voltage readings are obtained,
remove all power from the module being tested and
conduct dc resistance measurements throughout the
suspected circuit or stage to isolate any open- or shortcircuit conditions, or defective parts. Refer to the
module schematic diagrams, (fig. 7-8 through 7-14), or
to the transformer and coil resistance data shown in
paragraph 3-7.
d. Trouble that does not completely disable the
equipments, but which results in decreased receiver
sensitivity or transmitter power output can be difficult to
isolate and may become time-consuming. When such
symptoms are evident, and all circuit checks fail to
indicate a defective part, check the alignment of the
receiver-transmitter /chapter 4) or consult the
adjustment routines of section VI.
3-7.
Dc Resistance of Coils and Transformer
Windings
a. The dc resistance of coil and transformer
windings is shown in the following charts.
(1) Audio Frequency Amplifier AM-3606/PPC47 (A8A1 ) ( fig. 7-9 ).
Ref des
A1K1
A1L1
A1L2
A1L2
A1L3
A1TI
A1TI
A1T2
A1T2
A1T3
A1T3
A1T3
A1T5
A1T5
A1T5
Terminal no.
1 to 2
1 to 2
1 to 2
2 to 3
1 to 2
Yellow to green
Red to blue (R12 connected)
1 to 2
3 to 4
1 to 2
3 to 4
4 to 5
1 to 2
2 to 3
4 to5
(2) Amplifier-Modulator
(A8A2)) (fig. 7-10).
Ref des
A2L1
A2L2
A2L3
A2L4
A2L5
A2L6
A2L7
A2L8
A2L9
A2L10
A2T2
A2T2
A2T3
A2T3
Terminal no.
1 to 2
1 to 2
1 to 2
1 to 2
1 to 2
1 to 2
1 to 2
1 to 2
1 to 2
1 to 2
1 to 3
4 to 6
1 to 3
4 to 6
(3) Signal Data Translator CV-1377A/PRC47/A8A3 ) (fig. 7-11 ).
Ref des
A3K1
A3L1
to
A3L81
A3L98A
A3L98B
A3L100
A3L101
A3L102
A3L103
A3L120
A3L121
A3L125
to
A3L134
A3L135
A3L136
to
A3L145
A3T1
3 to 4
1 to 2
Terminal no.
Resistance (ohms)
1,000 ± 10%
Less than 1 ohm
1 to 2
3 to 4
1 to 2
1 to 2
1 to 2
1 to 2
1 to 2
1 to 2
1 to 2
Less than 0.02 ohms
Less than 0.02 ohms
11.1 ± 10%
7.5 ± 10%
2 ± 10%
Less than 0.02 ohms
11.6 ± 10%
10 ± 10%
Less than 1 ohm
1 to 2
1 to 2
1.65 ± 10%
Less than 1 ohm
A to B
Less than 0.1 ohm
(4) Power Supply PP-3518/PRC-47 (A8A5)
(fig.. 7-12).
Ref des
A5K1
A5L1
A5T1
A5T1
A5T1
A5T1
A5T1
A5T1
A5T1
A5T1
A5T1
A5T1
A5T2
A5T2
Resistance (ohms)
800 ± 20%
180 ± 10%
30 ± 10%
420 ± 10%
420 ± 10%
190 ± 25%
780 ± 25%
150 ± 10%
15 ± 10%
325 ± 10%
100 ± 10%
100 ± 10%
80 ± 10%
80 ± 10%
100 ± 10%
Terminal no.
1 to 2
1 to 2
1 to 2
2 to 3
3 to 4
4 to 5
6 to 7
8 to 9
10 to 11
12 to 13
13 to 14
15 to 16
1 to 2
3 to 4
Resistance(ohms)
300 ± 10%
3 ± 10%
.2 ± 10%
.2 ± 10%
.2 ± 10%
.3 ± 10%
13 ± 10%
18.2 ± 10%
65 ± 10%
.3 ± 10%
.2 ± 10%
55 ± 10%
12.2 ± 10%
.7 ± 10%
(5) Radio Frequency Oscillator 0-1032/PRC47 (A8A6) (fig. 7-13).
Ref des
A6L1
A6L2
A6L3
A6L4
A6L5
A6L6
A6L7
A6L8
A6L9
AM-3507/PRC-47
Resistance (ohms)
50 ± 10%
16.5 ± 10%
50 ± 10%
4 ± 10%
29 ± 10%
3 ± 10%
3.5 ± 10%
29 ± 10%
72 ± 10 %
50 ± 10 %
1 ± 10 %
0.5 ± 10 %
5 ± 10 %
1 5 ± 10 %
Terminal no
1 to 2
1 to 2
1 to 2
1 to 2
1 to 2
1 to 2
1 to 2
1 to 2
1 to 2
Resistance (ohms)
2.6 ± 10%
11.6 ± 10%
7.5 ± 10%
16.5 ± 10%
3.9 ± 10%
72 ± 10%
29 ± 10%
21 ± 10%
72 ± 10%
(6) Oscillator Control C-4311/PRC-47 (A8A7)
(Fig. 7-14)
Ref des
A7L1
A7L2
A7L3
A7L4
3-88
Terminal no
1 to 2
1 to 2
1 to 2
1 to 2
Resistance (ohms)
4.5 ± 10%
2.6 ± 10%
50 ± 10%
11.6 ± 10%
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Ref des
A7L5
A7L6
A7L7
A7L8
A7L16
A7L17
A7L18
A7L19
A7L21
A7L22
A7L23
A7L24
to
A7L26
A7L28
to
A7L32
A7L34
to
A7L37
A7T1
A7T1
A7T1
A7T2
A7T2
A7T2
A7T3
A7T3
A7T3
A7T4
A7T4
Terminal no.
1 to 2
1 to 2
1 to 2
1 to 2
1 to 2
1 to 2
1 to 2
1 to 2
1 to 2
1 to 2
1 to 2
1 to 2
Resistance ohms
50 ± 10%
50 ± 10 %
11.6 ± 10 %
50 ± 10%
7 5 ± 10%
7.5 ± 10%
7.5 ± 10%
1.8 ± 10%
16.5 ± 10
16.5 ± 10
7.5 ± 10%
7.5 ± 10%
1 to 2
7.5 ± 10%
1 to 2
29 ± 10%
primary
half secondary
half secondary
primary
half secondary
half secondary
primary
half secondary
half secondary
primary
half secondary
1.6 ± 10%
1.6 ± 10%
1.6 ± 10%
3.25 ± 10
1.25 ± 10
1.25 ± 10
1.6 ± 10%
1.6 ± 10%
1.6 ± 10%
3.25 ± 10
1.25 ± 10
(7) Electrical
Equipment
474/PRC-47 ( A8A4 ) ( fig. 7-8 ).
Ref des
Terminal No.
L1
L2
L3
L4
L5
L6
T1
T1
T1
T2
T2
T3
T3
1 to 2
1 to 2
1 to 2
1 to 2
1 to 2
1 to 2
1 to 2
2 to 3
3 to 4
1 to 2
3 to 4
1 to 2
3 to 4
Chassis
(8) Power Amplifier Compartment (A8A1) (fig.
7-8).
Ref des
Terminal no
Resistance
ohms
L102
1 to 2
29 ± 10%
L103
1 to 2
50 ± 10%
L104
1 to 2
Less than 1 ohm
L105
1 to 2
3.2 ± 10%
L106
1 to 2
2.1 ± 10%
L109
1 to 2
Less than 1 ohm.
to
L112
L120
1 to 2
.09 + 10%
L121
1 to 2
.09 + 10%
L122
1 to 2
11.6 + 10%
L123
1 to 2
11.6 + 10%
(9) Power Amplifier Filter Box FL2 (A8A4A1) (
fig. 7 -8 )
Ref des
Terminal no
Resistance ohms
L201
FL2-13 to FL2-26
29 ± 10%
L202
FL2-12 to FL2-25
29 ± 10%
L203
FL2-11 to FL2-24
29 ± 10%
L204
FL2-10 to FL2-23
29 ± 10%
L205
FL2-9 to FL2-22
29 ± 10%
L206
FL2-8 to FL2-21
2 ± 10%
L207
FL2-7 to FL2-20
29 ± 10%
L208
FL2-6 to FL2-19
29 ± 10%
L209
FL2-5 to FL2-18
29 ± 10%
L210
FL2-4 to FL2-17
29 ± 10%
L211
FL2-3 to FL2-16
29 ± 10%
b. Generally the forward resistance of the
semiconductor diode is less than 100 ohms, while the
reverse resistance will be greater than 10,000 ohms.
Resistance measurements are not always a true
indication of diode and transistor circuit performance,
and serious damage can result by making these
measurements with an ordinary ohmmeter.
CAUTION
Do not make diode resistance
measurements with multitester TS352A/U or with any other instrument
whose source voltage exceeds 1.5
volts dc. The semiconductor can be
irreparably
damaged
by
such
voltages.
CH-
Resistance
(ohms)
1.2 ± 10%
1.2 ± 10%
1.2 ± 10%
Less than 1 ohm.
72 ± 10%
72 ± 10%
1 ± 20%
60 ± 20%
1 ± 20%
80 ± 20%
2.2 ± 10%
.2 ± 10%
.5 ± 10%
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Figure 3-84. Cable Assembly Set AN/PRA-4, Equipment Supplied.
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Figure 3-85. Radio Receiver-Transmitter RT-671/PRC-47, (A8) Top View, Location of Modules and Stiffeners.
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Figure 3-86. Radio Receiver-Transmitter RT0-671/PRC-47 (A8), Bottom View, Location of Module Retaining Screws.
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Figure 3-87. Radio Receiver-Transmitter RT-671/PRC-47 (A8), Front Panel View, Location of Access Opening and Panel Components.
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Figure 3-88. Frequency Selector Control, Switch Coupler Alignment Diagram
Figure 3-89. Radio Receiver-Transmitter RT-671/PRC-47, Power Amplifier Compartment (A8A4A) ), Load-Tune
Coil Assembly, Exploded View.
(Located in back of manual.)
Figure 3-90. Radio Receiver-Transmitter RT-671/PRC-47, Frequency Selection Mechanism (A8A4A1 ), Exploded
View.
(Located in back of manual.)
Figure 3-91. Radio Receiver-Transmitter RT-671/PRC-47, Power Amplifier Compartment (A8A4A1 ), Plate
Capacitor Switch, Exploded View.
Located in back of manual.)
Figure 3-92. Radio Receiver-Transmitter RT-671/PRC-47, Power Amplifier Compartment (A8A4A1 ), XMTR PWR
Switch (S103 ), Exploded View.
(Located in back of manual.)
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NOTES:
1. SWITCH SHOWN IN XMTR PWR LOW POSITION.
2. SWITCH VIEWED FROM REAR, WITH DRIVE END AT TOP.
3. CIRCLED NUMBERS ARE CALLOUTS ON XMTR PWR SWITCH EXPLODED VIEW.
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Figure 3-93. Radio Receiver-Transmitter RT-671/PRC-47, Power Amplifier Compartment, XMTR PWR Switch
(S103) (A8A4A1), Connection Diagram.
Section IV. REPAIR
3-8. General Parts Replacement Techniques
(2) A pencil-type, 25-watt soldering iron is
recommended for removal and replacement of
semiconductor devices (transistors, diodes, zeners,
varicaps, etc.). When alternating current is used to heat
the soldering iron, an isolation transformer is
recommended to reduce the possibility of electrical
transients being induced into the circuit, or a polarity
difference from existing between the soldering iron and
the component being soldered.
a. Moat component parts of Radio Set AN/PRC-47
are readily accessible by removing the malfunctioning
module, then its card assembly, and finally the defective
component. Those mechanical and electrical repairs
that require extensive disassembly of the equipment are
best performed in well-lighted, uncluttered, and
reasonably clean surrounds.
b. The following general precautions apply in
performing repair procedures on the AN/PRC-47.
CAUTION
Always check the soldering iron for
short-circuits to the tip before using
it.
Do not use a soldering gun
because damaging voltages can be
induced into the component.
(1) When soldering or unsoldering precision
resistors, transistors, or other semiconductor devices,
solder quickly to reduce the heat conduction to as low as
amount as possible. When space limitations permit, use
a heat sink between the solder joint and the component
being soldered.
(3) When replacing a component, particularly
those in the tuned circuits and frequency
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generation sections of the equipment, always adjust the
replacement component lead length, component
placement, and proximity to adjacent devices as nearly
as possible to the original installation. This minimizes
the final alignment adjustments for the stage.
(2) Before removing Signal Data Translator
CV-1377A/PRC-47 (A8A3) or Oscillator Control C4311/PRC-47 (A8A7) adjust the front panel frequency
control knobs to provide a reading of 2000 on the
KILOCYCLES indicator. This places the shaft couplers
of these modules in the proper position to facilitate
module removal from the main chassis.
(3) When servicing the driver tube (A3V3)
and the power amplifier tube (V101), remove the tube
and its heat sink as a unit from the subassembly.
Carefully observe the orientation of these tubes in their
heat sink before separating them; installation of the
replacement tube is easier if the heat sink is properly
oriented outside the subassembly.
(4) Disassemble only those items and
component subassemblies that are required to perform
the desired maintenance. Any defective part that
cannot be repaired should be replaced.
(5) Soldering must be in accordance with
Military Specification MIL-S-6872. Use only rosin-core
solder. A wire solder containing 60-percent tin and 40percent lead, having a diameter of l/16-inch and
meeting the general requirements of this specification is
available in one-pound quantities under Federal Stock
Number 3439-753-1874.
(6) Clean all parts after soldering to remove
residual rosin. Denatured alcohol (FSN 6810-222-2373)
is recommended for this purpose.
(7) Replacement wiring should be the same
length and gage as the wire it replaces and should be
dressed to conform to the routing of the original
conductor.
(8) Remove a defective part from a printed
circuit card by clipping its leads as close to the terminal
hole as possible.
(9) Clear the terminal hole of a printed circuit
card by applying only enough heat to cause the solder to
flow; then clear the solder and clipped component lead
out of the terminal hole with a small pick.
(10) Insert the lead wire(s) of the replacement
component into the terminal holes of the printed circuit
card and adjust their individual lengths and dress to
locate the replacement component in the same position
as the original one (use parts location photographs to
verify the location of this replacement part). Solder the
leads using a heat sink; then clip off the excess lead
wire.
(4) High power semiconductor devices are
often mounted on heat sinks. Whenever a device is
replaced, always replace the insulating washer(s) if they
have been used in the original installation.
CAUTION
Before installing insulating washers,
treat them with silicone fluid or
compound to enhance the heat
conductivity through the washer.
Check the continuity between the
semiconductor case and the heat
sink before making other electrical
connections to the replacement
device.
(5) When replacing ceramic or glass
components, use a heat sink and avoid excessive
pressure when gripping the component or its leads
during soldering and attachment.
(6) Subminiature tubes are wired directly into
the subassemblies: apply heat to these electrode leads
carefully to avoid damage to the tube envelope
(7) Avoid overheating the capacitor body
when replacing ceramic feed-through capacitors in a
chassis. The plating can be destroyed by excessive
heat.
(8) When tightening the setscrews in a collartype clamp, the setscrews must be tightened against the
center of the mechanical part.
(9) Special care must be exercised when
soldering the terminal posts of some variable capacitors.
Excessive heat can loosen the stator plates of some
assemblies.
3-9. General Removal and Replacement Procedures
a. These general procedures are in addition to the
specific routines listed in section V and are intended to
act as guidelines to assist the maintenance technician in
the removal and re placement of components in
assemblies of Radio Receiver-Transmitter RT-671
/PRC-47.
b. Whenever component parts are removed for
repairs, adjustments, or internal measurements:
c. Printed circuit card repair is not recommended
unless the repair is minor The following procedures are
recommended when such repair is desired.
(1) Eliminate the progress of a crack in the
circuit card by drilling a stop hole (no. 65 drill) at the
end of the crack.
(2) If a Crack extends under or through the
(1) Remove all power from the equipment,
and ground the high-voltage circuits at chassis
connectors J1-A1 and J1-A2.
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printed circuit, a suitable conventional wire may be
soldered to the circuit to bridge the area of a crack.
Standoff terminals or eyelets may be added to facilitate
connection of component leads provided the circuit is
not altered.
(3) If an area of the printed circuit has lifted
from the board without cracking, and for a length of not
more than one inch, the printed circuit can be fastened
back to the board as follows:
(a) Clean the raised area of the circuit
with technical acetone, FSN 6810-184-4795 (one
gallon).
(b) Prepare a bonding material by
mixing equal quantities of epoxy sealing compound
(FSN 8030-589-8477, 1/2 pt.) and hardener (FSN
8030543-2587, 1/2 pt.). Mix only enough to do the
immediate Job since it cannot be retained for later use.
(c) Press the circuit net and apply the
bonding agent so that it extends about 1/16-inch beyond
the raised circuit in all directions.
(d) Permit the bonding agent to air dry
for at least 24 hours before using the card or doing
further work on the circuit.
Section V. ASSEMBLY AND DISASSEMBLY
3-10. General
(3) Carefully lower the case over the
electronic equipment chassis until the six screw holes in
the bottom of it are properly aligned to permit insertion
of the screws. Install the six screws and tighten
securely.
(4) Invert the unit to its normal operating
position and install Panel Cover CW-647/PRC-47;
tighten the six attaching screws.
The tools required for removal of modules are included
in Tool Kit, Radar and Radio Repair, TK87/U. Module
retaining screws are shown in figure 3-86. Before
removing Signal Data Translator CV-1377A/PRC-47
(A3) or Oscillator Control C-4311/PRC-47 (A7), set the
KILOCYCLES indicator on the front panel of RT-671
/PRC-47 to 2000. This is necessary to align the drive
shaft couplings of these modules in a vertical position so
that the modules can be easily removed from the
chassis without coupling damage.
3-12. Removal and Replacement of Plug-in Modules
WARNING
High voltages are present in the
circuits associated with Signal Data
Translator CV-1377A/PRC-47, Power
Supply PP-3618/PRC-47, and the
power amplifier compartment. These
voltages are dangerous and can
cause personal injury or death.
Ground
the
two
high-voltage
terminals on the main chassis (J1-A1
and J1-A2) to discharge the
capacitors
in
the
high-voltage
circuits
before
beginning
maintenance within the chassis or
inside any module.
WARNING
Before removing any equipment
cover or module from Radio
Receiver-Transmitter RT-671 /PRC47, disconnect all power from the
unit.
3-11.
Removal and Replacement of ReceiverTransmitter Case
a. Removal.
(1) Loosen the six screws that secure Panel
Cover CW-647/PRC-47 to the RT-671/PRC-47; remove
the cover.
(2) Invert the RT-671/PRC-47 so that it rests
face down on the handles attached to the front panel.
(3) Loosen and remove the six screws on the
bottom of the case that secure the case to Electrical
Equipment Chassis CH-474/PRC-47.
(4) Carefully lift the case from the receivertransmitter.
b. Replacement.
(1) Invert the Radio Receiver-Transmitter RT671/PRC-47 so that it rests on the handles attached to
the front panel.
(2) Clean the interior of the case to remove
any accumulated dust or dirt.
a. General. Before loosening the module retaining
screws (fig. 3-86), remove the upper module stiffeners
(fig. 3-85). To remove the module from the main
chassis, loosen the captive hardware and carefully lift
the module from the chassis connector. The following
detailed procedures apply to all plug-in modules of
Radio Receiver-Transmitter RT-671/PRC-47.
b. Removal.
(1) Invert RT-671/PRC-47 to expose the main
chassis components and wiring.
(2) Loosen the four captive screws Five for
Signal Data Translator CV-1377A/PRC-47, and two
each for Amplifier-Modulator AM-3507/PRC-47 and
Radio Frequency Oscillator O3-97
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1032/PRC-47) at the locations shown in figure 386.
(3) Return the receiver-transmitter to its
upright position.
(4) If the module being removed is Signal
Data Translator CV-1377A/PRC-47 (A3) or Oscillator
Control C-4311/PRC-47 (A7), adjust the KILOCYCLES
indicator to 2000 before attempting to remove the
module from the main chassis.
(5) Carefully pull the module straight out of its
mating chassis connector using the handle on top of the
module if available.
c. Replacement.
(1) Align the module guide pins with the guide holes
in the main chassis.
(d) To remove card assembly E1
(containing the cw oscillator and vox circuits), first
perform step (c) to remove card assembly E2; then
loosen and remove the six remaining 2-56 x 1/4 net
head screws 13 per side) that secure this card assembly
to the sides of the module chassis. Carefully fold this
card forward to expose the components mounted to the
face of it. (R83 is connected to the back of this card,
opposite R85).
(e) The component parts attached
directly to the module chassis may be individually
removed as required for repair or replacement.
NOTE
If interconnecting wires between the
card assemblies or between a card
and the module connector, or
between individual components on
the chassis are removed to affect
repairs, tag each wire carefully so
that it may be reconnected to its
proper terminal location.
CAUTION
Before attempting to install Signal
Data Translator CV-1377A/PRC-47 at
location A8A3 or Oscillator Control
C-4311/PRC47 at location A8A7 on
the
main
chassis,
set
the
KILOCYCLES indicator to 2000, then
adjust the module shaft coupling to
the orientation shown in figure 3-44
(CV-1377A/PRC-47) or figure 3-63 (C4311/PRC-47) to prevent damage to
the module or its drive shaft during
replacement.
(2) Repair Procedures.
Replace any
defective component or repair the circuit using the
procedures outlined in section IV. Component parts
shown on the module schematic diagram (fig. 7-9) are
located on figures 3-16 through 3-19.
CAUTION
When using a soldering iron to
remove or to replace a component
part, use only enough heat to cause
the solder to flow. Excess heat can
damage the component and may also
damage the printed circuit.
(3)
Reassembly Procedures.
(2) Press the module firmly into its chassis
connector.
(3) Tighten the module retaining screws (fig.
3-86) to secure the module to the chassis.
(4) If no further modules are to be serviced
and maintenance procedures are complete, replace the
module stiffeners (fig. 3-85) and return the receivertransmitter to its case using the procedures detailed in
paragraph 3-11b.
3-13.
Module
Procedures
Assembly
and
(a) Replace and solder any wires
removed from the module connector or between the
card assemblies during disassembly and repair
procedures.
(b) Install the circuit cards in their
respective locations (fig. 3-6) beginning with card
assembly E1, if it has been removed.
Disassembly
a. Audio Frequency Amplifier AM-3506/PRC47
(A8A1 ). (fig. 3-6, 3-16 through 3-19)
(1) Disassembly Procedures.
(a) Loosen and remove the two 4-40 x
5/16 pan head screws and their associated washers that
secure the cover to the module chassis; carefully
remove the cover by lifting it from the module.
(b) To remove card assembly E3
(containing the driver and agc amplifier stages), loosen
and remove the four 2-56 x 1/4 flat head screws (two
per side) that secure this card assembly to the sides of
the module chassis; carefully fold the card assembly
forward out of the chassis.
(c) To remove card assembly E2
(containing the microphone and audio amplifier stages),
loosen and remove the six 2-56 x 1/4 flat head screws
(three per side) that secure this card assembly to the
sides of the modules chassis carefully fold this card
forward (away from E1).
CAUTION
When installing card assemblies E 1
and E2 in the chassis dress the
module cabling to prevent stressing
the cards.
Card or component
damage can result if these card
assemblies are forced into place.
(c) Secure the card assemblies in place
with the 2-56 x 1/4 flat head screws (eight per side).
(d) Replace the module cover and
secure it in place with two 4-40 x 5/16 pan head screws
and associated flat washers inserted through the holes
in the top of the cover.
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NOTE
When replacing the module cover,
observe the notch orientation in the
bottom edges of the cover; verify
that the cover is fully seated before
attempting to install the retaining
screws and washers.
(b) Install the card assemblies in their
respective locations (fig. 3-7 and 3-8) and secure them
in place with the 4-40 x 3/16 pan head screws.
(c) Replace the module side covers
and secure them with the 4-40 x 3/16 flat head screws
(four per side) to the module chassis.
NOTE
Be sure to place the proper cover on
each side of the module so that its
silkscreen agrees with the assembly
it covers.
b. Amplifier-Modulator AM-3507/PRC-47 (A8A2).
(fig. 3-7 3-8, 3-20 and 3-21)
(1) Disassembly Procedures.
(a) Remove the four 4-40 x 3/16 flat
head screws that secure each side cover to the module
chassis.
c. Signal Data Translator CV-1377A/PRC-47
(A8A3). (fig. 3-9 3-10 3-22 through 3-44)
(1) Disassembly Procedures.
(a) Remove the 4-40 x I/4 screws that
secure the top and/or bottom covers to the module
chassis.
(b) To remove card assemblies E47
and E48 remove the four 4-40 x 1/4 flat head screws
from the right side of the module chassis and lift the
card assemblies upward and out of the unit through the
top of the chassis.
(c) To remove card assemblies TB 1
and TB2 remove the two 4-40 x 1/4 flat head screws
from the right side of the chassis and lift the card
assembly out through the bottom of the chassis.
(d) To remove card assembly E46,
remove the two 2-56 x 3/16 screws from the divider and
lift the card assembly out through the bottom of the
chassis.
(e) To remove any switch card
assembly first verify that the frequency range switch
shaft coupling is in the position shown in figure 3-44;
then perform steps (f) through (h).
(f) Remove the C-shaped retaining ring
from the rear of the frequency range switch shaft (fig. 343).
(g) Withdraw the shaft from the module
through the coupler end of the unit.
(h) Slide out the desired switch card(s).
NOTE
If interconnecting wires between
card assemblies or between a card
and the module connector must be
removed to affect repairs tag each
wire carefully so that it may be
reconnected to its proper terminal
location.
(b) To remove card assembly E1
disconnect the two shielded wires (from test point J2
and P3-A2) from the terminal adjacent to capacitors C7
and C8 (fig. 3-7). Next remove the four remaining
wires that interconnect P3 (terminals 1 through 4) with
terminals on the card. Remove the five wires that
interconnect card assembly E1 with card assembly E2
(two wires are adjacent to transformer T2). Finally
remove the four 4-40 x 3/16 pan head screws that
secure the card assembly to the module chassis.
(c) To remove card assembly E2
disconnect the seven wires (2 near transformer T2) that
interconnect this card assembly with the remaining
circuits of the module. Loosen and remove the two 4-40
x 3/16 pan head screws that secure the card assembly
to the module chassis.
(d) Card assemblies E3 E4 and E5 are
accessible from the opposite side of the module chassis.
Disassemble and tag the circuit components if they are
removed.
(2) Repair Procedures.
Replace any
defective component or repair the circuit using the
procedures outlined in section IV. Component parts
shown on the module schematic diagram Fig 7-10, are
located on figures 3-20 and 3 21.
NOTE
If the vfo subassembly with switch
cards S6 and S7 is to be removed
loosen and remove the two 4-40 x
3/16 screws at the right side of the
module before lifting the vfo
subassembly out. l he assembly
consisting of switch cards S1 S2 and
S3 (as well as the vfo subassembly)
are fastened together and must be
removed as a unit.
Further
disassembly may be required d
before repair to an individual
component or card can be affected.
If
interconnecting
wires
or
component leads interconnect these
individual cards carefully tag each
lead before removing it to assure that
it can be reconnected to the
CAUTION
When using a soldering iron to
remove or to replace a component,
part use only enough heat to cause:
the solder to flow. Excess heat can
damage the component and may also
damage the printed circuit.
(3) Reassembly Procedures.
(a) Replace and solder any wires
removed from the module connector or between the
card assemblies during` disassembly or repair
procedures.
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proper location on the card during
reassembly procedures.
module chassis before inserting
these cards in their respective slots.
(2) Repair Procedures.
Replace any
defective component or repair the circuit using the
procedures outlined in section IV. Component parts
shown on the module schematic diagram (fig. 7-12) are
located on figures 3-22 through 343).
(e) With all switches installed, carefully
replace the frequency range switch shaft with the groove
in the coupling end of it oriented as shown in figure 344.
CAUTION
When using a soldering iron to
remove or to replace a component
part, use only enough heat to cause
the solder to flow. Excess heat can
damage the component and may also
damage the printed circuit.
CAUTION
When inserting the frequency range
switch shaft be careful that the rotor
position of the switches is not
disturbed. Do not use excess force
when threading this shaft through
the switch rotors; switch parts can
be damaged unless extreme care is
used.
(a) Vacuum tubes V1 and V2 (part of
card assemblies TB1 and TB2 respectively) are
connected directly to terminals on the card. To remove
these tubes, unsolder each electrode lead carefully from
the terminal and then remove the tube from its shield.
(Install a new tube and solder each electrode lead to its
proper terminal location as shown in figures 3-22 and 323).
(b) To replace driver tube V3 (fig. 3-9),
remove the four screws that secure the heat sink to the
right side of the module chassis. Remove the heat sink
and the tube from socket XV3. (Install the new tube in
the tube socket and replace the heat sink and its
corrugated contactor over the replacement tube before
again installing the four retaining screws.
(f) Replace the C-shaped retaining ring
in the groove at the rear end of the frequency range
switch shaft.
(g) Replace the top and bottom covers
on the module and secure them with the 4-40 screws
removed in step c(1)(a).
(h) Before installing the module in the
main chassis of the receiver-transmitter, observe the
CAUTION in step 3-12c.
d. Power Supply PP-3518/PRC-47 (A8A5) (fig. 311, 3-45 through 3-51).
(1) Disassembly Procedures.
(a) Loosen and remove the two 4-40 x
5/16 pan head screws and the one 4-40 x 5/16 flat head
screw that secure the plastic cover of the module to the
chassis: remove the cover.
(3) Reassembly Procedures.
(a) Replace and solder any wires
removed from the module connector or between card
assemblies during the disassembly and repair
procedures.
WARNING
Before further disassembly. shortcircuit connector pins Pl-A1 and P1A2 to ground to discharge the highvoltage filter capacitors. Personal
injury or death can result from these
voltages.
CAUTION
Before replacing the switch cards in
the module, make sure that each
switch rotor is placed in position no.
1 (fig. 3-42). Equipment damage can
result if the band switches are not
properly oriented before insertion in
the module.
(b) To remove subassembly no. 1 (fig.
346, 3-47), loosen and remove the four 4-40 x 1/4 pan
head screws and carefully fold the subassembly down
and out of the way.
(c) To remove subassembly no. 2 (fig.
3-48), loosen and remove the four 4-40 x 3/8 pan head
screws and carefully fold the subassembly up out of the
way.
(d) To remove subassembly no. 3 (fig.
3-49). loosen and remove the two 4-40 x 5/16 net head
screws, their flat washers and stop nuts: carefully lift the
subassembly out 0 f the chassis.
(e) The remove voltage regulator
subassembly TB1 (fig. 3-51). loosen and remove the 440 x 1/16 pan head screw that secures the bracket and
the terminal post to the chassis; then loosen the 6-32 x 1
6-32 p an head screw that secures T2 and the other
voltages regulator bracket to the module e chassis
There is a flat washer under the.
(b) Reassemble switch group Sl-S2-S3
(fig. 3-24, 3-25) and vfo-S6-S7 (fig. 3-31, 3-321 if they
were disassembled.
(c) Install card assemblies TB1, TB2,
E46, E47, E48 nod the vfo subassembly in their proper
locations in the module chassis using the appropriate
hardware.
(d) Install the switch cards and switch
card groups in their respective slots if they have been
removed.
NOTE
The
keyway
in
switch
card
assemblies S6-S7 and S10 must be
oriented toward the bottom of be
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head of this 6-32 screw, and a net washer, lock washer,
and hex nut above the chassis at the bracket end).
subassemblies or between individual
assemblies are removed to affect
repairs, tag each wire carefully so
that it may be reconnected to its
proper terminal location.
NOTE
If interconnecting wires between
subassemblies,
or
between
components
and
the
module
connector must be removed to affect
repairs, tag each wire carefully so
that it may be reconnected to its
prop. terminal location.
(2) Repair Procedures.
Replace any
defective component or repair the circuit using the
procedures outlined in section IV. Component parts
shown on the module schematic diagram (fig. 7-3) are
located in figures 3-52 and 3-53.
(c) Major piece parts that are mounted
directly to the chassis may be removed by first
disconnecting the component lead and then removing
the mounting hardware that secures the component to
the module chassis.
(2) Repair Procedures.
Replace any
defective component or repair the circuit using the
procedures outlined in section IV. Component parts
shown on the module schematic (fig. 7-12) are located
in figures 3-45 through 3-51.
CAUTION
Do not attempt to repair card
assembly E2. This subassembly and
the encapsulated crystal circuit must
be carefully removed and returned to
the depot for repair and adjustment.
Failure to do so may result in offfrequency operation or malfunction
of the equipment. When using a
soldering iron to remove or replace a
component part, use only enough
head to cause solder to flow. Excess
heat can damage the component and
may also damage the printed circuit.
CAUTION
When using a soldering iron to
remove or replace a component part,
use only enough heat to cause the
solder to flow. Excess heat can
damage the component and may also
damage the printed circuit card.
(a) Remove card assembly E2 as
follows:
1. Unsolder and tag the wires that
connect to card assembly E1 and to resistor R44 on the
chassis; disconnect the shielded wire on the back of
card assembly E2.
2. Carefully press card assembly
E2 out of its location through the side of the module.
(3) Reassembly Procedures.
(a) Replace and solder any wires
removed from the module connector or between
subassemblies during the disassembly or repair
procedures.
(b) Install the subassemblies in their
respective locations and secure each in place with the
appropriate hardware. If voltage regulator subassembly
TB1 has been removed, install this assembly before
attaching subassemblies no. 1 and no. 2 to the module
chassis.
(c) Replace the plastic cover over the
module and secure it with the hardware removed earlier.
e. Radio Frequency Oscillator 0-1032/P:RC-47
(A8A6). (fig. 3-12, 3-13, 3-52 and 3-53)
(1) Disassembly Procedures.
(a) Loosen and remove the two 4-40 x
5/16 pan head screws in the top of the module cover,
then pull the cover from the chassis of the module.
(b) To remove the card assemblies (fig.
312 and 3-13), loosen and remove the six 2-56 x 3/16
pan head screws that secure them to the module
chassis; carefully lift each card assembly out of the
module.
NOTE
Press the top of the card over the lip
of the chassis toward the rear of the
unit, then work the card upward until
the bottom of the card can be
removed over the rim at the bottom
of the module chassis.
(3) Reassembly Procedures.
(a) If card assembly E2 has been
removed, carefully install the replacement unit in the
same location.
Refer to figure 3-52 for proper
orientation o f this card assembly.
NOTE
Before installing card assembly E2,
be sure that the sponge rubber
covering is installed over the top of
the card and encloses the oscillator
subassembly and its tank circuit
components.
NOTE
The 500-kHz circuits are mounted
directly to the module chassis.
Defective individual components of
this circuit may be removed and
replaced
as
required.
If
interconnecting wires between the
module
connector
and
the
(b) Solder any wires removed from the
module connector or between card assemblies during
disassembly or repair procedures.
(c) Install the card assemblies in their
assigned positions (fig. 3-12).
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these shafts. If the shaft sticks in a
switch rotor, a slight rocking motion
will free it so that it can be further
withdrawn.
(d) Secure card assembly E1 to the
module chassis with the six 2-56 x 3/16 pan head
screws.
(e) Replace the module cover and
verify that it is seated properly before securing it in
place with the two 4-40 x 5/16 pan head screws and
their associated flat washers.
f. Oscillator Control C-4311/PRC-47 (A8A7). ( fig
. 3-14, 3-15, 3-54 through 3-63)
(1) Disassembly Procedures.
(a) Remove the module covers by
loosening and removing the 4-40 screws that secure the
top and/or bottom covers to the module chassis.
(g) Carefully lift the interconnected
switch card assemblies (E6, E7, and E8) out of the
module chassis as a unit through the bottom of the
module chassis.
NOTE
If the interconnecting wire between
card assemblies E4 and E5 has not
been disconnected, unsolder this
wire, withdraw it through the hold in
the partition, and tag it carefully for
reconnection later.
NOTE
Several circuit card assemblies of
this module are interconnected with
lead wires.
W here necessary,
unsolder the interconnecting wire
and tag it carefully so that it may be
correctly
reconnected
to
the
appropriate
terminal
during
reassembly procedures.
(h) Loosen and remove the four 4-40 x
1/4. flat head screws (2 per. side) that secure the
partition (between E4 and E5) to the sides of the-module
chassis; withdraw the partition through the bottom of the
module chassis.
(i) Loosen and remove the four 4-40 x
7/8 pan head screws, their associated washers, and the
four 1/2-inch spacers used to attach card assembly E5
to the bearing plate; carefully back the card off the stub
shaft of the gear assembly and withdraw the card
through the bottom of the module chassis.
(j) Individual card assemblies (E6, E7,
and E8) may be serviced by disconnecting the
interconnecting wires and disassembling the cards from
one another.
(b) Remove the 4-40 x 3/16 flat head
screw on the right side of the chassis near the bottom
that secures the nylon cable clamp to the chassis.
Carefully slide card assembly E1 out through the bottom
of the module; then slide out card assembly E2 and TB1
in that order.
(c) To remove card assembly E4, first
unsolder the wire that connects this card to card
assembly E5 (fig. 3-14). Then remove card assembly
E4 through the bottom of the module.
(d) To remove card assembly E5, it is
first necessary to remove switch card assemblies E6, E7
and E8. With these cards removed (as a unit), card
assembly E5 can be readily withdrawn from the module
chassis using the procedures detailed in steps (e)
through (i).
(e) Verify that the switch couplers are
aligned as shown in figure 3-63 with the grooves in the
coupling half vertical and the index spots in the positions
shown.
NOTE
Disassemble these groups of cards
only to the extent necessary to affect
the required maintenance procedure.
(2) Repair Procedures.
Replace any
defective component or repair the circuit using the
procedures outlined in section IV. Component parts
shown in the module schematic diagram (fig. 7-14) are
located in figures 3-54 through 3-63.
NOTE
The coupler associated with switch
S2 must be positioned at its
maximum counterclockwise stop (10
turns) in addition to having the
groove in the coupling half oriented
vertically.
CAUTION
When using a soldering iron to
remove or replace a component part,
use only enough heat to cause
solder to flow. Excess heat can
damage the component and may also
damage the printed circuit.
(f) Remove the two switch shafts by
first loosening and removing the six 2-56 x 1/4 pan head
screws (3 per plate) from the triangular-shaped switch
retaining plates behind the shaft couplers (fig. 3-63).
Carefully withdraw these two shafts by grasping the
coupler and sliding them out through the front of the
module.
(3) Reassembly Procedure.
(a) Replace and solder any wires that
were removed from the module connector or from
individual card assemblies during disassembly or repair
procedures.
(b) Verify that the switch rotors on card
assemblies E5, E7 and E8 are in position no. 1 (fig. 362).
(c) Replace and solder the wires that
interconnect card assemblies E6, E7, and E8, if this unit
assembly was disassembled for maintenance or repair.
CAUTION
Do not disturb the position of the
switch rotors when withdrawing
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NOTE
Install all card assemblies through
the bottom of the module chassis
with the card notches toward the
bottom of the module and the corner
notches to the right hand side.
(n) Install the top cover with the 4-40
pan head screws; invert the chassis and install the
bottom cover with the 4-40 x 1/4 flat head screws.
NOTE
Observe that the grounding fingers
attached to the bottom cover
properly engage the slotted portion
of card assembly E1.
(d) Verify that the gear assembly (that
drives the switch on card assembly E5) is also in the no.
1 position (against its maximum counterclockwise stop
when viewed from the front of the module). If not, rotate
the Geneva drive shaft that extends to the rear of the
gear assembly until the stop is reached.
(e) Install card assembly E5 through
the bottom of the module chassis and carefully slide the
D-hold of the switch rotor on to the stub shaft that
extends to the rear of the gear assembly.
(f) Carefully insert the four 4-40 x 7/8
pan head screws (with associated lock washer and flat
washer in place) through the bearing plate and then
install the 1/2-inch spacers before securing the corners
of the card assembly.
(g) Install the unit assembly composed
of switch cards E6, E7, and E8 as a unit, through the
bottom of the module chassis into their respective slots
(fig. 3-15).
(h) Orient the shaft couplers to agree
with figure 3-63 and carefully insert these shafts into the
switch rotors of card assemblies E7 and E8. (The gear
shaft that drives card assembly E5 through the switch
assembly has the drive end deeply slotted, the opposite
shaft is not slotted on the end.)
3-14. Power Amplifier (A8A4A1) Tube Removal and
Replacement
(fig. 3-65 and 3-87)
WARNING
High voltages are present on circuit
components associated with the
power amplifier stage.
These
voltages are dangerous and can be
fatal.
Before beginning tube
replacement, ground the two highvoltage terminals (J1-A1 and J1-A2)
on the main chassis to discharge the
filter capacitors in this equipment.
a. Removal.
(1) Loosen the four 8-32 x 1/2 flat head
screws and remove the access cover (fig. 3-87) from
the front of RT-671 /PRC-47. Do not damage the
gasket when removing the access cover.
(2) Loosen and remove the 4-40 x 1/4 pan
head screws that secure the bottom cover to the power
amplifier compartment; remove this cover.
(3) Loosen and remove the two 4-40 x 1/8
pan head screws that secure overtemperature cutout
K103 to the power amplifier tube heat sink (fig. 3-65);
remove K103.
(4) Remove the plate cap from V101 and
push its attached lead into the power amplifier
compartment through the clearance hole in the side of
the heat sink.
(5) Grasp the tube at its base and disengage
it from its socket. Withdraw the tube and the heat sink
together through the access hole in the front panel of
the receiver-transmitter.
(6) Place a soft pencil mark on the heatsink
opposite the oversize pin on the base of the power
amplifier tube. Gently pull the heat sink from around the
tube.
b. Replacement.
(1) Insert a new power amplifier tube in the
heat sink using care to observe the orientation of the
oversize pin on the tube base.
(2) Insert the tube and its heat sink through
the front panel access hole and press the tube firmly in
to its socket.
CAUTION
Do not disturb the position of the
switch rotors of card assemblies E7
and E8 when installing the drive
shafts, improper switch operation
and equipment damage can result.
(i) Install the triangular-shaped switch
shaft retaining plates under each shaft coupling and
secure each in place with three 2-56 x 1/4 pan head
screws and associated lock washers (fig. 363).
(j) Insert card assemblies E4, TB1, and
E2 in that order before installing card assembly E1 in its
slot.
(k) Install the nylon cable clamp using
the 4-40 x 3/16 flat head screw.
(l) Insert the metal partition between
card assemblies E4 and E5 and secure it in place with
the four 4-40 x 1/4 flat head screws (two per sides.
(m) Thread the interconnecting wire
from E4 through the hold in the metal partition and
attach and solder it to the proper terminal on card
assembly E5 (fig. 3-14).
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NOTE
Carefully rotate the heatsink around
the axis of the power amplifier tube
until its mounting holes match the
holes in the front panel of the
receiver-transmitter.
(b) Withdraw panel bushings (9) and
(28) from the front panel. Use care so that gaskets (10)
and (29) and nylon sleeve bearings (69) and (95) are not
lost or damaged.
NOTE
Be sure that washers (67) and (100)
remain on the shafts of inductors
(64) and (101) respectively.
(3) Thread the plate cap and its lead through
the clearance hole in the heat sink and carefully attach it
to the plate electrode.
(4) Position the overtemperature cutout on
the heat sink and carefully secure it in place with the two
4-40 x 1/8 pan head screws.
(5) Orient the access hole cover and its
gasket on the opening in the front panel of the RT671/PRC-47 and secure them in place with the four 8-32
x 1/2 flat head screws.
(7) Unsolder and tag the two insulated bus
wires that connect to lower front contact spring
assembly (74).
(8) Carefully remove roller contacts (41),
(56), (82), and (91) and their associated rods (42), (51),
(79), and (92) by removing 0-80 x 1/8 round head
screws (38), (44), (49), (57), (76), (85), (901 and (94)
and their associated washers.
(9) Remove E-ring (98) and spur gear (96)
from stub shaft (97).
(10) Perform the procedures of paragraph 3-19
a and carefully remove the front panel of the receivertransmitter so that sleeve bearings (35), (48), (69), and
(95) remain on their respective shafts.
(11) If dial stop (14), support plate (12), lower
front mounting block (73) or lower front contact spring
assembly (74) are defective, remove them as follows:
(a) Remove lower front contact spring
assembly (74) from lower front mounting block (73) by
removing 6-32 x 1/4 net head screws (77) and (78).
(b) Remove the dial stop assembly and
lower front mounting block (73) from the panel of the
receiver-transmitter by removing 6-32 x 7/16 flat head
screw (13) and stud (18).
NOTE
This cover should be positioned so
that the attached chart can be easily
read.
(6) Replace the bottom cover on the power
amplifier compartment and secure it in place with the 440 x 1/4 pan head screws.
3-15. Power Amplifier Load and Tune Mechanism
(fig-3-89)
CAUTION
Disassemble
the
load-tune
mechanism only to the extent
necessary to affect repairs.
Use
extreme care to avoid damage or
misalignment
of
roller
spring
assemblies 139), (45), (60), 174), (86),
and 188).
NOTE
If either dial stop (14) or support
plate (12) is defective, replace this
assembly as a unit.
a. Disassembly Procedures.
(1) Loosen and remove the 4-40 x 1/4 screws
(11 per cover) that secure the top and bottom covers to
the power amplifier compartment; remove both covers.
(2) Remove E-ring (17) from its groove in the
shaft of LOCK knob (15) and unscrew the knob from
stud (18). Open dial stop (14).
(3) Loosen setscrews (2) and (20) and
remove POWER AMPLIFIER LOAD control knob (1)
and POWER AMPLIFIER TUNE control knob (21) from
their respective shafts.
(4) Remove screws 14), (5), (23), and (24);
then remove pointers (6) and (25). Withdraw primary
scales (3) and (22) from collars (7) and (26).
(5) Loosen and remove collars (7) and (26);
then remove secondary scales (8) and (27).
(6) If panel bushings (9) and (28) are
defective, remove them from the front panel of RT671/PRC-47 as follows:
(a) Loosen and remove hex nuts (68)
and (99).
(12) If upper front contact spring assembly (45)
or upper front mounting block (46) is defective, proceed
as follows:
(a) Remove the four 4-40 x 1/2 pan
head screws that secure XMTR OUTPUT meter to the
front panel of the receiver-transmitter.
Carefully
withdraw the meter so that its gasket is not damaged.
Do not unsolder the meter leads.
(b) Remove 6-32 x 5/16 flat head
screws (31) and (32) that secure upper front mounting
block (46) and upper front contact spring assembly (45)
to meter shield (33).
(c) Carefully remove upper front
contact spring assembly (45) from upper front mounting
block (46) by removing 6-32 x 1/4 flat head screws (52)
and (53).
(d) Remove meter shield (33) from the
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back of XMTR OUTPUT meter compartment by
removing 4-40 x 1/4 flat head screws (34) and (47).
NOTE
Items most subject to wear and
breakage include coil windings, gear
teeth, inductor rollers, roller rods,
sleeve bearings, inductor shafts and
nylon mounting blocks.
CAUTION
Use extreme care when removing
inductors (36), (64), (70) and (101) to
prevent damage to side contact
spring assemblies (60) and (86).
(2) Lubricate the rollers of the power amplifier
load and tune inductors only if they squeak. Place one
or two drops of Beacon #325 lubricant on each roller
rod, then wipe the entire rod with a clean soft cloth.
Sufficient oil film will remain on the rod to adequately
lubricate the roller.
(13) Carefully withdraw POWER AMPLIFIER
LOAD inductor (64) from gear plate (117) being careful
not to damage sleeve bearing (84) or to lose washer
(67).
(14) Remove POWER AMPLIFIER TUNE
inductor (101) as follows:
(a) Loosen screw (102) in shaft collar
(103) until the collar moves freely on the inductor shaft.
(b) Hold the shaft collar as inductor
(101) is withdrawn from sleeve bearing (106).
(15) Remove 6-32 x 1/4 flat head screw (115),
washer (116) and associated shims and carefully
withdraw inductor (36) from gear plate (117) so that
sleeve bearing (37) is not damaged.
(16) Remove 6-32 x 1/4 flat head screw (110),
washer (111) and associated shims and carefully
withdraw inductor (70) from gear plate (117) so that
sleeve bearing (59) is not damaged.
(17) Remove side contact spring assemblies
(60) and (86) by carefully removing 6-32 x 5/16 flat head
screws (112) and (109) respectively.
(18) Loosen and remove 6-32 x 5/16 flat head
screws (113) and (114) and carefully withdraw upper
roller spring assembly (39) and upper rear mounting
block (40).
(19) Remove upper rear mounting block (40)
from upper roller spring assembly (39) by removing 6-32
x 1/4 flat head screws (54) and (55).
(20) Remove E-ring (63) and gear and stop
assembly (62) from stub shaft (61).
(21) Remove lower roller spring assembly from
mounting block (87) by loosening and removing 6-32 x
1/4 flat head screws (80) and (81).
(22) Remove gear plate (117) by loosening
and removing the six 6-32 x 1/4 pan head screws that
secure the gear plate to the rear wall of the power
amplifier compartment.
(23) Remove lower rear mounting block (87)
from year plate (117) by removing 6-32 x 5/16 flat head
screws (107) and (108).
b. Repair Procedures.
(1) Examine all items of the disassembled
power amplifier load and tune mechanism for damage
and excessive wear. Replace those items that are
defective.
CAUTION
Do not over-lubricate. Malfunction of
roller contacts, arcing, and damage
to adjacent components in the power
amplifier compartment can occur.
c. Reassembly
Procedures.
Reassembly
procedures are detailed in three specific areas: the
components mounted directly to the rear of the power
amplifier compartment (gear plate, rear contact spring
assemblies, side contact spring assemblies, etc.), the
components associated with the four inductors (sleeve
bearings, shaft collars, gears, etc.), and finally the
reassembly of the front panel to the power amplifier load
and tune mechanism. Depending upon whether total
disassembly was necessary, some steps of the following
procedures may be omitted.
(1) Attach lower rear mounting block (87) to
gear plate (117) with 6-32 x 5/16 flat head screws (107)
and (108) and tighten them securely.
(2) Attach gear plate (117) to the rear wall of
the power amplifier compartment with the six 632 x 1/4
pan head screws; tighten them securely.
(3) Install gear and stop assembly (62) on
stub shaft (61) and secure it in place with E-ring (63).
(4) Install lower rear roller spring assembly
(88) on mounting block (87) with 6-32 x 1/4 flat head
screws (80) and 81).
(5) Install upper roller spring assembly (39)
on mounting block (40) with 6-32 x 1/4 flat head screws
(54) and (55).
(6) Install the spacer-contact spring assembly
(step 5) to gear plate (117) by securing upper mounting
block (40) with 6-32 x 5/16 flat head screws (113) and
(114).
(7) Install side contact spring assemblies /60)
and (86) to gear plate (117) and secure them in place
with 6-32 x 5/6 flat head screws (112) and (109)
respectively.
(8) Install sleeve bearings (37), (59), (84),
and (106) in gear plate (117).
(9) Carefully insert the shaft of inductor (36)
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into sleeve bearing (37) and mesh the gear with idler
gear (62) and side contact spring assembly (60). Install
6-32 x 1/4 flat head screw 1115), washer (116), and
sufficient shims to provide 0.010 to 0.013 inch clearance
between the gear face and the sleeve bearing (37).
(10) Rotate inductor (36) counterclockwise
(from the front panel end of inductor shaft) until the gear
stops are oriented as shown in detail A of figure 3-89.
(11) Carefully install inductor (64) in sleeve
bearing (84) and mesh the shaft gear with idler gear (62)
and the lower contact of side contact spring assembly
(60).
(20) Perform the remaining procedures of
paragraph 3-19c and then carefully install the front panel
so that the shafts of inductors (64) and (101) extend
through sleeve bearings (69) and (95) respectively, and
shafts of inductors (36) and (70) are inserted in sleeve
bearings (35) and (48) respectively .
(21) After securing the front panel in place on
the main chassis, adjust shaft collars (72) and (103) so
that the clearance between the shaft collar face and its
associated sleeve bearing is 0.010 to 0.013 inch.
Tighten them securely.
(22) Install idler gear (96) on stub shaft (97)
and secure it in place with E-ring (98).
(23) Rotate POWER AMPLIFIER TUNE
control shaft until the stop on inductor (101) is against
the stop on idler gear (96) as shown in detail B of figure
3-89. If idler gear (96) cannot rotate one complete
revolution away from its stop, remove E-ring (98) and
remesh idler gear (96) one tooth away from the stop.
(24) Attach contact spring assembly (45) to
upper front mounting block (46) with 6-32 x 1/4 flat head
screws (52) and (53); then attach contact spring
assembly (74) to lower front mounting block (73) with 632 x 1/4 flat head screws (77) and (78). Use extreme
care not to strip the threads in the mounting blocks by
tightening these screws too tightly.
(25) Solder the two insulated bus wires that
connect to the lower front contact spring assembly (74)
and apply a liberal amount of epoxy insulating cement
to each contact after the solder has cooled.
(26) Install roller contacts (41), (56), (82), and
(91) on rods (42), (51), (79), and (92) respectively and
secure them in place with 0-80 x 1/8 round head screws
(38), (44), (49), (57), (761, (85), (90) and (94) and their
associated washers.
NOTE
Align the scribe marks on idler gear
(62) and the gear of inductor (641 as
shown in detail A of figure 3-89.
(12) Carefully install inductor (70) in sleeve
bearing (59) and mesh the shaft gear with idler gear (62)
and side contact spring assembly (86). Align the scribe
mark on the gear of inductor (70) with the scribe mark
on idler gear (62) as shown in detail A of figure 3-89.
Install 6-32 x 1/4 flat head screw (110), washer (111),
and sufficient shims to provide 0.010 to 0.013 inch
clearance between the gear face and sleeve bearing
(59).
(13) Install shaft collar (103) on the rear
extension of inductor (101); do not tighten. Carefully
install the inductor in sleeve bearing (106) so that the
lower contact of side contact spring assembly (86) is
properly seated and the shaft collar-is against sleeve
bearing (106).
(14) Install shaft collar (72) and washer (67) on
the front extension of inductor (64); do not tighten.
Install washer (100) on the front shaft extension of
inductor (101).
(15) Install vernier drive panel bushings (9)
and (28), with gaskets (10) and (29), into the front panel
(30) and secure in place with hex nuts (68) and (99)
respectively.
(16) Install sleeve bushings (69) and (95) in
vernier dial panel bushings (9) and (28) respectively
through the back of the panel.
(17) Install sleeve bearings (35) and (48) in
meter shield (33); then attach the meter shield plate to
the back of XMTR OUTPUT meter compartment with 440 x 1/4 flat head screws (34) and (47).
(18) Attach mounting block (46) to meter
shield (33) with 6-32 x 6tl6 flat head screws (31) and
(32); then replace the XMTR OUTPU T meter and its
gasket on the front of the receiver-transmitter and
secure it in place with four 4-40 x 1/2 pan head screws.
(19) Attach lower front mounting block (73)
and the dial LOCK assembly to the front panel with 6-32
x 1/2 flat head screw (13) and stud (181.
NOTE
With POWER AMPLIFIER TUNE and
POWER AMPLIFIER LOAD inductors
against their stops, place the roller
contact of each inductor on the rear
turn of its associated coil.
(27) Install secondary vernier scales (8) and
(27) and secure in place with collars (7) and (26)
respectively.
(28) Install scales (3) and (22) on collars (7)
and (26) and then attach pointers (6) sod (25) to the
secondary scales with 1-72 x 1/8 round head screws (4),
(5), (23), and (24).
(29) Install knobs (1) and (21) on their
respective inductor shafts. Hold the inductors
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against their stops and rotate scales (3) and (22) using
knobs (1) and (21) respectively so that the index marks
are at 0; then tighten setscrews (2) and (20).
NOTE
Stub shaft (35), in addition to being
pressed into the front panel of the
receiver-transmitter, is secured in
place by 6-32x 5/16 flat head screw
(10) that is accessible by removing
the front panel unit nameplate.
NOTE
Repeat step (29) until both controls
are set at 0 when the inductors are
against their respective stops.
(30) Insert LOCK knob (15), with washer (16)
attached, into the hole in dial stop (14) and screw the
knob into place on stud (18). Then install E-ring (17) in
the groove of the LOCK knob shaft.
(6) Bevel gear assemblies (24) and (65) are
removable by withdrawing either shaft out of the rear of
the panel until it is removed from panel bearing (23) or
(66). Do not remove retaining rings (89) or (64) unless
these bearings are defective.
3-16. Frequency Selection Mechanism
(fig. 3-90)
CAUTION
Do not attempt to disassemble gearshaft assemblies that are pinned
together. If either the gear or the
shaft is defective, replace the entire
assembly as a unit.
a. Disassembly Procedures.
NOTE
Disassemble the frequency selection
mechanism only to the extent
necessary to accomplish repair or
maintenance. Before beginning, set
the KILOCYCLES indicator on the
front of the receiver-transmitter to
2000.
(7) Loosen and remove 6-32 x 1/2 flat head
screws (7),18), (9), (11), and (12) to remove sleeve nuts
(25), (39), (42), 175) and (100).
NOTE
Sleeve nuts (42) and (100) have
shoulders provided to index the
mounting holes in gear plate (103)
for alignment.
(1) Remove Signal Data Translator CV1377A/PRC-47 (A3) and Oscillator Control C.
4311/PRC-47 (A7) from their locations in the RT.
671/PRC-47 using the procedures of paragraph 3-126
(2) Loosen setscrews 12), (4), and (6), two
per knob, and remove frequency control knobs (1),(3),
and (5) from their shafts.
(3) Loosen and remove 6-32 x 3/8 pan head
screws (102), (108),(119),(134), and (137) and washers
(101), (107), (118), (132),1133), and (136) that attach
the gear plate (103) to sleeve nuts (25),(39),(42), (75),
and (100).
(8) Remove panel bearings (23), (66), and
(79) only if they are defective. Whenever any one of
these panel bearings is replaced, replace gasket (221
(67), and/or (80) with it.
(9) The spur gear-pinion assembly consisting
of gear (72), shaft collar (70), bearing (68), and
gearshaft (127) is removed by pressing the pinion end of
the shaft through the gear plate. Further disassembly of
this spur gear-pinion assembly is performed as follows:
(a) Remove washer (73) from the end
of the shaft.
(b) Loosen setscrews (71) in shaft
collar (70) and withdraw spur gear (72) from the shaft.
(c) Remove shaft collar (70) from the
shaft and release C-ring (69).
(d) Remove panel bearing (68) from
the pinion shaft.
NOTE
Before proceeding, dress the cable
away from the back of the gear plate
as far as possible so that the gear
plate can be withdrawn sufficiently to
disengage the center frequencycontrol shaft (78).
(4) Carefully withdraw gear plate (103) from
the shoulders of sleeve nuts no. 2 (42) and (100) to
provide access to all gears and gearshaft assemblies.
NOTE
If either the pinion or its gearshaft
(127) is defective, replace the piniongearshaft assembly as a unit.
NOTE
When withdrawing the gear plate, do
not lose flat washer (27); it may
adhere to sleeve bearing (26). Place
this washer on spur gearshaft (28)
for future installation.
(10) Remove the center frequency-control
gearshaft assembly (78) as follows:
(a) Release pawl spring (111) from eye
(b) Remove E-ring (124) from stub
shaft (122) and rotate gear and stop assembly (123)
until it can be removed from the stub shaft.
(c) Remove setscrew (126) from gear
and
(5) Remove idler gears (18), (29), (37), and
(43) only if the gear or its stub shaft 114),(15), (17), or
135) is defective. Remove E-ring (19) (30), (38), or
144) to remove the defective idle; gear.
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stop assembly (125) and withdraw the gear assembly
from shaft (78).
(d) Withdraw gearshaft assembly (78)
toward the front side of gear plate (103)
(b) Remove snap rings (53), (95), and
1113) from posts (52), (94), and (112); then remove
pawls 154 ). (98), and ( I 10) from the posts.
(c) Posts (52), (94), and (] 121 are
removed from gear plate (103) by removing hex nuts
(138), (105), and (85) together with washers (138),
(104), and 184).
(d) Pawl springs (56), (97), and (111)
are removed from the associated pawl by removing
spring pins (55), (99) and (109) respectively.
b. Repair Procedures.
(1) Examine all parts of the disassembled
frequency selection mechanism for damage or
excessive wear. Particular attention should be directed
to the condition of gear teeth, bearings, sleeve bearings,
and springs. Replace any part that appears defective.
(2) Do not lubricate any gears or bearings.
These parts are permanently lubricated and overlubrication can damage the part or cause malfunction of
other adjacent components.
(3) Whenever the panel bearings (23), (66),
or (79) are replaced, replace gaskets (22), (67), and/or
(80) also. This will assure the splash-proof condition of
the equipment.
c. Reassembly
Procedures.
Reassembly
procedures are detailed in three parts: the components
mounted directly to the front panel (idler gears, stub
shafts, etc.), the components associate with the gear
plate (frequency indicator assembly, detents, pawls,
springs, etc.), and the reassembly of the gear plate to
the front panel.
Depending upon whether total
disassembly of the geartrain was required, some steps
of the following procedure may be omitted.
(1) Whenever panel bearings (23), (66), or
179) are replaced, insert gaskets (22), (67) and/or (80)
into the bearing housing and press them flat before
inserting the bearing.
(2) Replace idler gear stub shafts (14), (15),
(17), and (35) only if they are defective. Press the
replacement shaft into place on the front panel; secure
stub shaft (35) with 6-32 x 5/16 flat head screw ( 10).
NOTE
C-ring (77) and bearing (76) need not
be removed from the gearshaft
assembly unless one of them is
defective.
(11) Remove frequency indicator assembly
148) from gear plate (103) by removing 4-40 x 5/16 pan
head screws (116), (121), and (130) with washers (115),
(120), and (129).
NOTE
Do not attempt disassembly of
frequency indicator assembly (48).
Except for bevel gear (47), this
assembly must be replaced as a unit.
(12) Remove
gearshaft-coupler
assembly
(128) as follows:
(a) Remove C-rings (32) and (33) from
their groves.
(b) Withdraw
gearshaft-coupler
assembly (128) from bearing (34).
(13) Remove coupling half no. 2 (114) from
gear plate (103) as follows:
(a) Loosen setscrews (86) in shaft
collar (83) and withdraw pinion (28) from the shaft of
coupling half 1114).
(b) Remove shaft collar (83) from the
shaft; remove washer (82); then remove coupling half
(114) from sleeve bearing (81).
(14) Remove coupling half no. 1 (106) and
coupling half no. 3 (135) from gear plate (103) as
follows:
(a) Release pawl springs (97) and (56)
from eye screws (87) and (57) respectively.
(b) Remove coupling half no. 1 (106)
by loosening setscrews (96), two per collar, and
withdraw spur gear (21), shaft collars (92) and (93), and
spur gear detent (91) from the shaft.
(c) Remove coupling half no. 3 (135)
by loosening setscrews (621, two per collar, and
withdraw spur gear 141), shaft collars (60) and (61), and
spur gear detent (59) from the shaft.
(d) Withdraw coupling halfs (106) and
(135) from the associated sleeve bearing, (90) or 158),
by pulling toward the rear of the unit.
(15) Pawls (54), (98), and (110) are removed
from gear plate (103) as follows:
(a) Release pawl springs (56), (97), and
(111) from their respective eye screws (57), (87), and
(117).
CAUTION
Never press stub shafts or panel
bearings into the front panel without
first removing all panel-mounted
components that could be damaged
by this procedure. Protect the finish
of the front panel while installing
these shafts: retouch wherever
necessary.
(3) Install idler gears (18). (29), (37). and
(431 on their stub shafts and secure with E-rings (19),
(30), (38) and (44) respectively.
(4) Install sleeve nuts (25), (39), (42), (75),
and ( 100 ) at their proper locations and secure them in
place with 6-32 x 1/2 flat head screws (7), (8), (9), (11),
and (12).
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NOTE
Sleeve nuts (42) and (100) have
shoulders on them; be sure that they
are installed in the proper location to
provide proper alignment for the
gear plate.
(c) Install shaft collar (93) on the shaft
of coupling half no. 1 (106) and install spur gear no. 2
(21). Tighten setscrews (96) to secure the shaft collar
/93) to the shaft.
(d) Insert the shaft of coupling half no.
3 (135) through sleeve bearing (58); then install spur
gear detent 159) and shaft collar (60); secure in place by
tightening setscrews 162).
(e) Install shaft collar (61) on the shaft
of coupling half no. 3 (135) and then install spur gear
(41). Tighten setscrews (62) to secure the shaft collar in
place.
(f) Hook the free end of pawl springs
(56) and /97) in eye screws (57) and (87).
(10) Insert gearshaft-coupler assembly (128)
through gear plate (103) from the rear; then install
bearing (34) on the shaft of this assembly. Secure the
bearing in place with C-ring (33) and then install C-ring
(32) in the remaining groove near the end of the shaft.
(11) Assemble spur gear-pinion assembly as
follows:
(a) Install bearing (68) on pinion shaft
(127) and secure in place with C-ring (69).
(b) Install shaft collar (70) on the shaft
of spur gear 1127); then install spur gear no. 4 (72) on
the shaft but under the collar. Tighten setscrews (71) to
secure the spur gear to the pinion shaft.
(12) Install the spur gear-pinion assembly (step
11) in gear plate (103) from the front side being careful
to mesh pinion (127) with gearshaft-coupler assembly
1128).
(13) Replace the center frequency-control
shaft assembly as follows:
(a) Install C-ring (77) on gearshaft
assembly (78); then install bearing (76) against the Cring.
(b) Insert gearshaft assembly (78) into
the gear plate (103) so that bearing (76) seats properly.
(c) Install gear and stop assembly (125)
on the outboard end of gearshaft assembly (78) with the
detent nearest the gear plate. Align the setscrew hole in
gear and stop assembly (125) with the countersink in the
shaft and tighten setscrew (126) securely.
(d) Rotate the center frequency-control
shaft clockwise (as viewed from the front of the panel)
until gear and stop assembly (123) can be installed on
stub shaft (122). Secure it in place with E-ring (124).
(e) Rotate the center frequency-control
shaft counterclockwise until gear and stop assemblies
(123) and (125) are at their stops.
(f) Install the free end of pawl spring
(111) into eye screw (117). As the pawl indexes the
spur gear detent of gear and stop assembly (125), the
stops of gear and stop assemblies (123) and (125) will
part slightly.
(5) Replace E-ring (89) in the groove near the
end of bevel gear assembly (24); then insert the
opposite end of this gear assembly into bearing (23)
from the rear until the gear face rests against the
bearing race and meshes with idler gear (18).
(6) install C-ring (64) in the groove near the
rear end of the bevel gear assembly (65); then install
bearing 163) against this C-ring. Insert the bevel gear
assembly into bearing 166) from the rear, but do not
mesh this gear with gear and stop assembly (37).
NOTE
Rotate gear and stop assembly 137)
counterclockwise until stop (36)
rests against the top of roll pin (16).
Return the gear clockwise two gear
teeth away from the stop and hold in
this position while performing the
next step.
(7) Rotate bevel gear assembly 165) until one
flat on the knob end of the shaft is to the right (as
viewed from the front of the panel) and the other is
toward the bottom. Then mesh the spur gear of bevel
gear assembly 165) with gear and stop assembly 137).
(8) Pawls (54), 198). and (110) are installed
in their respective locations on the gear plate as follows:
(a) Install posts (52), (94), and (112) on
gear plate (103) and secure in place with hex nuts (139),
(105), and (85) together with washers (138), (104), and
(84) respectively.
(b) Install pawls (54), (981, and (110)
on their respective posts and secure in place with snap
rings (53), (95), and (113).
(c) Pawl springs (56), (97), and (111)
are secured to the pawls with spring pins (55), (99), and
(109) respectively.
(9) Coupling half no. 1 (106) and coupling
half no. 3 (135) are attached to the gear plate as
follows:
(a) Insert sleeve bearings (58) and 190)
into the gear plate (103) from the front side.
(b) Insert the shaft of coupling half no.
1 ( 106) through sleeve bearing (90); then install spur
gear detent (91) and shaft collar (92); secure in place by
tightening setscrews 196)
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assembly (128) vertically oriented, and carefully insert
the front end of these shafts into their respective sleeve
bearings.
NOTE
Proper assembly is achieved when
only 1/4 detent position is possible
as the center frequency-control shaft
is rotated counterclockwise; several
turns of this shaft are possible in the
clockwise direction.
NOTE
After spur gearshaft (28) meshes with
idler gear 129), but before the pinion
shaft extension engages sleeve
bearing 126), install flat washer (27)
on the end of the gearshaft.
(14) Assemble gearshaft-coupling half no. 2
as follows:
(a) Install sleeve bearing (81) in gear
plate (1031 and insert the shaft of coupling half no. 2
(114) into this bearing.
(b) Install washer 182) on the shaft;
then install shaft collar (831. Install spur gearshaft (28)
and the shaft and secure the assembly by tightening
setscrews (86).
(15) If bevel gear (47) has been removed from
the kilohertz drive shaft of frequency indicator assembly
(48), install this gear and secure it in place with
setscrews 146).
(16) Install frequency indicator assembly 148)
on the gear plate so that the pins in the frequency
indicator assembly index the holes in the gear plate.
Secure in place with screws (116), (121), and (130) with
washers (115), (120), and (129). (17) Install sleeve
bearings (20), (26), and (40), and ball bearings (31) and
(74) into the rear of the front panel.
(18) Install the gear plate, with shafts, to the
back of the panel as follows:
(a) Position coupling half no. 1 (106)
and coupling half no. 3 (135) so that the bosses on
each coupling face are vertically oriented within 0.5
angular degree.
(f) Continue to insert the gearshafts
into their sleeve bearings and rock the three front panel
shafts and individual idler gears until all gears mesh and
gear plate (103) is firmly seated on the shoulders of
sleeve nuts (42) and (100).
(g) Check the KILOCYCLES indicator
for proper wheel alignment at reading 2000. If any digit
is misaligned, adjust bevel gear (47) or idler gears of the
gear train.
(h) Secure the gear plate to the sleeve
nuts with 6-32 x 3/8 pan head screws (102), (108),
(1191, and (137) with washers (101), (107), (118), and (
136).
NOTE
Cable clamp (131) is secured with
gear plate (103) to sleeve nut (39)
with 6-32 x 3/8 pan head screw (134)
and washers (321) and (133).1During
installation, dress the cable close to
the gear plate to prevent interference
with the coupling of Signal Data
Translator CV-1377A/PRC-47.
(19) Assure that the faces of coupling halfs.
(106), (114) and (135) are within the dimensional
tolerances shown in figure 3-88. If adjustment is
required, loosen the setscrews in shaft collars (92) and
(93), (83), or 160) and (61) to permit the couplings to
slide in or out on the axis. Tighten all setscrews
securely when proper alignment is obtained.
NOTE
Loosen shaft collars (60) and/or (92)
to obtain adjustment of the vertical
orientation of these coupling halfs.
Tighten the setscrews securely when
they are properly adjusted.
(b) Rotate bevel-spur gear assembly
no. 1 (65) until idler (37) is against its stop.
(c) Rotate
frequency
indicator
assembly (48) until the digit wheels read 2000. Maintain
this reading during the remainder of this procedure.
NOTE
The setscrews in the shaft collars are
accessible from the underside of the
RT-671/PRC-47 with modest rotation
of the kilohertz and megahertz
frequency-control shafts. Exercise
care to maintain the boss orientation
of the coupling halfs. during this
adjustment.
Always recheck to
assure that they are vertically
oriented within 0.5 angular degree
when the KILOCYCLES indicator is
adjusted to 2000.
CAUTION
Exercise
extreme
care
when
installing the gear plate assembly.
Gear teeth or nylon gears can be
damaged if they are improperly
meshed during assembly.
(d) Carefully insert center gearshaft
assembly (78) into panel bearing (79).
(e) Maintain the bosses on the face of
coupling half no. 2 (114) and on gearshaft-coupler
(20) Align the power amplifier plate capacitor
switch to agree with the instruction in paragraph 3-17
c(11).
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5/16 flat head screws (104) and (106) and release
bracket (86) from the side of power amplifier
compartment (111).
(11) Carefully remove the switch assembly
through the top of the power amplifier compartment.
(12) Disassemble the rear switch wafer-bracket
assembly as follows:
(a) Unsolder
insulated
bus
wire
attached to solder lug (69).
(b) Remove 6-32 x 3/8 pan head
screws (87) and (103) with washers (86) and (102) that
secure bracket (85) to sleeve nuts (46) and (72).
(c) Remove sleeve nuts (46) and (72)
and fiber washers (45) and (71) from studs (13) and
(16); withdraw rear switch wafer (26) and bracket
assembly (85) as a unit.
(d) To remove the capacitors from
bracket (85), carefully remove solder lugs (43), (49),
(53), (57), (61), (65) and/or (69) from capacitors (44),
(50), (54), (58), (62), (66), and/or (70); then remove 6-32
x I/4 pan head screws (89), (91), (93), (95), (97), (99),
and/or (101) with associated washers.
(13) Disassemble the front switch wafercapacitor plate assembly as follows:
(a) Withdraw sleeve nuts (5) and (11)
from the heat deflector end of the switch assembly
without removing studs (13) and (16).
3-17. Power Amplifier (A8A4A1) Plate Capacitor
Switch Assembly
(fig. 3-91)
a. Disassembly Procedures.
Disassemble the
power amplifier plate capacitor switch assembly only to
the extent necessary to accomplish the needed repair.
(1) Remove the top and bottom covers from
the power amplifier compartment by removing the 4-40
x 1/4 screws that secure these covers in place.
(2) Remove the front panel covers to which
the POWER AMPLIFIER LOAD-TUNE chart is attached
by removing the four 6-32 x 3/8 flat head screws that
secure it in place.
CAUTION
Exercise extreme care not to damage
the rubber gasket that is used with
the POWER AMPLIFIER LOAD-TUNE
chart cover.
(3) Rotate the megahertz frequency-control
shaft from the front panel to gain access to the
setscrews of shaft collar (10). Loosen setscrews (9).
(4) Carefully withdraw fiber switch shaft 12)
from the switch assembly through the access opening in
the front panel, and remove shaft collar (10), spur gear
(8), and washer (7) as it is withdrawn. If sleeve bearing
(6) is loose in its housing, remove this part to prevent
loss.
(5) Unsolder the insulated bus wire attached
to capacitor (82); tag this bus wire.
NOTE
Exercise extremes in removing the
studs to assure that sleeve spacers
(14), (17), (21), and (24) and fiber
washers (15), (18), (20), (22), (23), and
(25) are not lost.
NOTE
This lead connects the rotor of
switch wafer (19) with the large
transmitting-type capacitor (C122)
mounted on the rear wall of the
power amplifier compartment.
(b) To remove the capacitors from plate (73)
carefully unsolder the capacitor pigtail before removing
the attaching hardware. The 3-48 x 3/16 pan head
screws (28), (30), (32), (34), (36), (38), and (40) with
washers (27), (29), (31), (33), (35), (37), and (39) secure
capacitors (78) through (84) to capacitor plate (73).
b. Repair Procedures.
(6) Unsolder the shielded lead at the junction
of capacitors (76) and (77). Loosen screw (301 and
remove the shield and solder lug (29A) Install screw (30)
and washer (29) and tag the shield.
(7) Unsolder the insulated bus wire attached
to the TUNE inductor spring contact assembly. This
connection is directly behind the POWER AMPLIFIER
TUNE control knob and is accessible from the bottom of
the power amplifier compartment; tag this wire.
(8) Remove the power amplifier tube access
cover from the front of RT-671/PRC-47 by removing the
four 8-32 x 1/2 flat head screws. Carefully remove the
plate cap from this tube.
(9) Remove the two 6-32 x 1/2 flat head
screws (1) and (3) that secure the plate capacitor switch
assembly to the front panel.
(10) Loosen and remove hex nuts (107) and
(108) with washers (106) and (109); withdraw two 4-40 x
(1) Examine all parts of the disassembled
power amplifier plate capacitor switch assembly for
damage or excessive wear. Particular attention should
be directed to the panel sleeve bearing, drive gear
teeth, switch contact fingers, and ceramic switch parts.
Replace any component or part that is defective.
(2) Do not lubricate any gear, sleeve bearing,
or switch contact in this assembly. Damage to other
plate circuit components or circuit malfunction can occur
if lubricants are used.
(3) Examine the rubber gasket used in
conjunction with the access cover; replace this gasket if
it is grossly deformed or broken.
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(9) Dress the two insulated bus wires and the
power amplifier tube plate lead away from the load and
tune inductors and from other metallic objects in the
power amplifier compartment.
(10) Insert sleeve bearing (6) into the shaft
hole from the rear of panel (4). Carefully install fiber
switch shaft (2) through the panel and sleeve bearing
(6); then assemble washer (7), spur gear (8), and shaft
collar (9) on this shaft before inserting it in the rotors of
switch wafers (19) and (26).
c. Reassembly Procedures. Reassembly of the
power amplifier plate capacitor switch assembly is
detailed in two parts: the switch components and
associated parts; and the installation of the assembled
switch into its position in the power amplifier
compartment.
Depending on the amount of
disassembly that was performed, and the component
parts that were replaced, some steps of the following
procedure may be omitted.
(1) Reassemble the front switch wafercapacitor plate as follows:
(a) Attach capacitors (78) through (84)
to plate (73) with screws (28), (30), (32), (34), (36), (38),
and (40) using washers (27), (29), (31), (33), (35), (37),
and (39). Solder capacitor pigtails to the appropriate
terminal of wafer (19).
(b) Tighten studs (13) and-(16) in
sleeve nuts (5) and (11).
(c) Insert studs (13) and (16) through
plate (73), heat deflector (12), spacers (14) and (17),
fiber washers (15) and 118). switch wafer (19), fiber
washers (20) and (23), spacers (21) and (24), fiber
washers (22) and (25), switch wafer (26), and fiber
washers (45) and (71) into sleeve nuts (46) and (72);
tighten the sleeve nuts snugly before attaching bracket
(85). Secure the bracket in place with 6-32 x 3/8 pan
head screws (87) and (103) using washers (86) and
(102).
(2) Solder the insulated bus wire that passes
through heat deflector (12) to solder lug (69).
(3) Carefully install the switch assembly
through the top of the power amplifier compartment and
secure it in place with two 6-32 x 1/2 flat head screws
(1) and (3).
(4) Connect the shielded wire to the junction
of capacitors (76) and (77) on plate (73), then secure the
shield attached to soldering lug 29A under screw (30)
and washer (29) and tighten.
(5) Install 4-40 x 5/16 flat head screws (104)
and (105) through the side of power amplifier
compartment (111) and secure bracket (85) with hex
nuts (107) and (108) and lock washers (106) and (109)
(6) Solder the insulated bus wire attached to
suppressor 1741 to the lower front contact spring
assembly (fig. 3-89, item 74).
CAUTION
Rock the fiber shaft gently as it is
inserted into the switch wafers to
index the switch properly without
damage.
(11) The shorting contacts of the switch rotors
are oriented as shown in figure 3-91 when the
KILOCYCLES indicator on the front of RT-671/PRC-47
reads 2000.
Align these rotors properly before
tightening setscrews (9) in shaft collar (10).
NOTE
The front face of spur gear (8) must
be flush with the front face of the
mating idler gear in the gear train
before the shaft collar is secured in
place.
(12) If no further effort is required in the power
amplifier compartment, replace the top and bottom
cover and secure them with the 4-40 screws.
3-18. Power Amplifier (A8A4A1) XMTR PWR Switch
(fig. 3-92, 3-93)
a. Disassembly Procedures.
Disassemble the
power amplifier XMTR PWR switch assembly only to the
extent necessary to accomplish repair.
(1) Remove the front panel of the receivertransmitter using the procedures detailed in paragraph 3
19a.
(2) Loosen rubber grommets (26) and (42)
from relay bracket (24); unsolder and tag the leads
attached to switch wafers (56) and (73), and to resistorswitch subassembly (87): carefully withdraw the XMTR
PWR switch.
(3) Disassemble the XMTR PWR switch as
follows:
(a) Loosen and remove hex nuts (89)
and (92), and net washers (88), and (91). Unsolder and
tag resistors (65) and (74) from resistor-switch
subassembly 187) and carefully remove the
subassembly from screws (47) and (48).
(b) Remove flat washers (79) and (86)
and
NOTE
Apply a liberal amount of epoxy
insulating cement to this solder joint
after it has cooled. This will lessen
corona effects.
(7) Carefully attach the plate cap to the
electrode of the power amplifier tube.
(8) Solder the insulated bus wire connected
to the large transmitting capacitor (C122) on the rear
wall of the power amplifier compartment to the center
post of capacitor (82).
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withdraw M ADJ shaft (72) from the switch shaft of
detent (49).
(c) unsolder and tag the wires at M ADJ
potentiometer (90); then loosen and remove hex nut (8;)
and lock washer (81).
(d) Remove nuts (77), (78), (84), and
(85), net washers (76) and (83), fiber washers (50), (52),
(53), (55), (62), (64), (68), (70), (75), and (82) with
spacers (51), (54), (63), and (69). Carefully withdraw
switch wafers (56) and (73) from screws (47), and (48).
(4) Remove relay bracket (24) from the
power amplifier compartment as follows:
(a) Unsolder and tag the two wires
connected to the outboard terminal of capacitor (40).
(b) Loosen and remove screws 193)
and (94) and their associated hardware; then remove
the relay bracket through the bottom of the chassis.
(c) The shielded receive antenna lead
from relay (17) must be carefully unsoldered from the
relay terminal and withdrawn through grommet (29)
before cutting the lacing cord that secures it to the cable
harness.
leads tagged, and then the attaching hardware (if any)
removed.
b. Repair Procedures.
(1) Examine all parts of the disassembled
XMTR PWR switch for damage or excessive wear.
Particular attention should be given to switch shafts,
ceramic switch parts, and contact fingers, potentiometer
operation and hardware appearance. Replace any parts
that show signs of damage, excess wear, or corrosion.
(2) Do not lubricate the switch contacts or
detent. Damage to switch parts and adjacent circuits
can result from lubrication of this assembly .
c. Reassembly Procedures. Depending on the
amount of disassembly required and the parts that have
been removed, some steps of the following procedure
may be omitted.
(1) Replace, attach, and solder the piece
parts to their respective circuits on the inside of relay
bracket (24):
(a) Relay (59) is secured to the relay
bracket with 4-40 x 1/4 pan head screws (18) and (34),
lock washers (58) and (60) and hex nuts (57) and (61).
(b) Terminals (20), (32), and 141) are
secured to their respective positions inside the relay
bracket with 4-40 x 1/4 pan head screws (39), (25), and
(35) respectively.
(c) Feed-thru capacitor (40) is secured
to the rear wall of the relay bracket with hex nut (22) and
lock washer (23); capacitor (28) is placed in clip (27)
before soldering.
(2) Install relay bracket (24) in the power
amplifier compartment and secure it to the side wall with
4-40 x 5/16 pan head screw (93), flat washer (94) lock
washer (97) and nut (99).
(3) Insert the shielded wire (receive antenna)
through grommet (29) and secure the shield (with lug 98
attached) with 4-40 x 5/16 pan head screw (94), flat
washer (96), lock washer (100), and hex nut (101).
(4) Insert relay (17) in the large hole in relay
bracket (24); orient the relay with the armature terminal
to the right. Install lock washer (30) and secure in place
with hex nut (31). Install and solder the leads on the
base of the relay.
(5) Install transformer (12) to the top of relay
bracket (24) and secure with 4-40 x 5/16 pan head
screws (14) and (15) using flat washers (13) and (16).
Attach the two rf detector leads (small wires) to the
terminals near the bottom of the transformer; then pass
the insulated bus wire through the small hole near the
top of the transformer. Attach this bus lead to the
normally open (lower) contact of relay (17) and carefully
solder it. Dress this lead away from the envelope of
relay (17) and then dress it downward on the opposite
side of the transformer toward the front of the lower
roller inductor.
CAUTION
Use extreme care when working near
relay (17). Excessive heat or rough
handling can break the glass
envelope of this relay.
(5) Remove rf transformer (12) as follows:
(a) Unsolder the insulated bus wire
from the lower terminal of relay (17).
Carefully
straighten this wire and withdraw it from the small hole
near the top of transformer (12).
(b) Carefully unsolder the rf detector
leads (small wires) from the terminals near the bottom
of the transformer.
(c) Remove attaching screws (14) and
(15) with flat washers (13) and (16) that secure the
transformer to relay bracket (24).
(6) Remove
relay
(17)
by
carefully
unsoldering the wires from the base of the unit. Loosen
hex nut (31) and remove lock washer (30).
NOTE
If the relay is defective, unsolder the
antenna bus (short heavy wire) to
which the solder lug is attached;
save this bus wire for installation on
the replacement relay.
(7) Defective piece parts attached to relay
bracket (24), including capacitor (28), resistors (19) and
(33), terminals (20), (32), and (41), and/or relay (59),
may be unsoldered from their respective circuits, their
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resistor-switch subassembly in accordance with the
details shown on the connection diagram (fig. 3-93).
(8) Attach the leads of OPR-TUNE switch
(44).
(9) Insert the SMTR PWR switch (S103) into
the relay bracket and connect the tagged wires.
(10) Dress the cable harnesses neatly in
grommets (26) and (42) and lace the harnesses, if
required.
(11) Install the front panel of the receivertransmitter using the procedures detailed in paragraph
3-19c.
(6) Install and solder the receive antenna
lead (center of the shielded conductor) to the normally
closed contact (left side) of relay (17). Attach the short
insulated bus wire between the ANTENNA connector
(bowl insulator) and the remaining contact of relay (17) if
it has been removed.
(7) Reassemble the XMTR PWR switch
(S103) as follows:
(a) Insert 4-40 x 2 1/4 round head
screws (47) and (48) into detent (49); then install fiber
washers (53) and (55), and spacers (51) and (54) on
these screws.
(b) Install front switch wafer (56), fiber
washers (62) and (68), spacers (63) and (69), fiber
washers (64) and (70) and then install rear switch wafer
(73).
(c) Install fiber washers (75) and (82),
flat washers (76) and (83), and hex nuts (77) and (84).
Tighten securely.
(d) Insert potentiometer shaft (72) into
the shaft of detent (49).
(e) Install hex nuts (78) and (85), and
flat washers (79) and (86) on the ends of screws (47)
and (48); thread them onto these screws for a distance
of about 5/8-inch.
(f) Insert potentiometer (90) into the
hole near the center of resistor-switch subassembly (87);
secure it in place with lock washer (81) and hex nut (80).
Attach and solder the potentiometer leads.
(g) Install resistor-switch subassembly
(87) on the ends of screws (47) and (48) until the slot in
the potentiometer rotor mates with the boss on the end
of the potentiometer shaft (72).
3-19. Main Chassis and Front Panel Removal and
Reassembly
(fig. 3-5, 3-87, 3-89 through 3-93)
a. Disassembly
Procedures.
No
special
procedures are required to remove piece parts from the
main chassis of the receiver-transmitter. The leads of
each defective electrical component must first be
unsoldered and tagged, and then the mounting hardware
removed. Remove the front panel and its associated
parts from the main chassis using the following
procedures.
(1) Perform the procedures for removal of the
power amplifier load and tune mechanism detailed in
steps (1) through (9) of paragraph 315a.
(2) Loosen and remove the two circular
retaining nuts and hex nut that secure the AUDIO and
POWER receptacles to the front panel.
(3) On the front of the receiver-transmitter,
place the XMTR PWR switch to LO; the OPR-TUNE
switch to OPR; the CW-FSK/VOICE switch to VOICE;
the POWER-LIGHTS switch to POWER OFF; and
rotate the M ADJ control to it' clockwise stop.
(4) Loosen the setscrews and remove the
knobs from M ADJ, SMTR POOR, VOLUME and
POWER-LIGHTS controls.
(5) Loosen and remove the hex nuts (and
boots) that secure the OPR-TUNE, BATTERY TEST,
and CW-FSK/VOICE switches to the front panel.
(6) Unsolder and tag the wires attached to
POWER 20A DC and POWER 5A AC fuses, the four
panel lamps, and SMTR OUTPUT meter.
(7) Remove the four 8-32 x I/2 net head
screws that secure the power amplifier tube access
cover to the front panel; carefully remove the cover and
its gasket.
(8) Remove the power amplifier tube using
the procedures detailed in paragraph 3-14a.
(9) Loosen the pan head screw and carefully
remove the bus wire and solder lug from the back of the
ANTENNA connector (bowl insulator).
NOTE
Rotate the potentiometer shaft until
the boss engages the slot in the
rotor shaft of the potentiometer.
(h) Install flat washers (88) and (91)
and hex nuts (89) and (92) on the ends of screws (47)
and (48).
NOTE
Adjust hex nuts (78), (85), (89), and
(92)
until
resistor-switch
subassembly 187) is perpendicular to
the axis of the SMTR PWR switch,
and the rotor of potentiometer (90)
turns freely as shaft (72) is rotated.
(i) Tighten the nuts against the
outboard surface of resistor-switch subassembly (87).
(j) Connect
the
resistors
and
interconnecting leads between switch wafers and the
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prior to attachment of the front panel to the main chassis
or RT-671/PRC-47.
(3) Assemble the front panel to the main
chassis as follows:
(a) Refer to figure 3-92. Bring the front
panel close to the front of the main chassis and install
OPR-TUNE switch (44) in its appropriate location using
washers (45) and (46), and nut (3).
(10) Loosen and remove the four 6-32 x 3/8
flat head screws that attach the POWER AMPLIFIER
LOAD-TUNE chart cover to the front panel of the
receiver-transmitter.
(11) Refer to figure 3-91. Loosen setscrews
(9) and withdraw fiber shaft (2), shaft collar (10), spur
gear (8), and washer (7) from the plate capacitor switch
assembly. Remove panel bushing (6) and then loosen
and remove 6-32 x 1/2 flat head screws (1) and (3) that
secure the switch assembly to the front panel.
(12) Loosen and remove the three 6-32 x %
flat head screws that secure the relay bracket around
the SMTR PWR switch assembly on the front panel of
the receiver-transmitter.
(13) Loosen and remove the nine 8-32 x I/2
pan head screws and the associated washers and nuts
that secure the main chassis to bosses on the rear of the
front panel (three screws at each end and three in the
center).
(14) Cut the nylon lacing cord that secures the
cable harness to the center boss at the extreme right
end of the front panel.
(15) Carefully remove the front panel from the
chassis assembly releasing individual components as
the panel is slowly withdrawn.
(16) Remove any other panel-mounted
components that are required to repair the front panel.
(Disassembly of the frequency selection mechanism is
detailed in paragraph 3-16.)
(17) Remove lower front contact spring
assembly and upper front contact spring assembly using
the detailed procedure listed in steps (11) and (12) of
paragraph 3-15a.
b. Repair Procedures.
Replace any defective
panel-mounted component or individual piece part
removed to affect repairs. Individual parts located in the
main chassis should be replaced only if they are
defective. Component parts are shown on the main
chassis schematic diagram (fig. 7-8) and are located in
figures 3-64 through 367.
NOTE
Be sure that the key of washer (46) is
properly seated in the pilot hole in
the front panel before hex nut (3) is
tightened.
(b) Carefully insert the shafts of XMTR
POOR, POWER AMPLIFIER LOAD, and POWER
AMPLIFIER TUNE controls, the shafts of the two upper
load inductors, the AUDIO connector, VOLUME control,
POWER-LIGHTS switch and POWER connector into
their mounting holes; do not secure in place until
instructed to do so.
NOTE
Before continuing this procedure,
assure that the nylon bushings
associated with the shafts of POWER
AMPLIFIER LOAD and POWER
AMPLIFIER TUNE controls are
properly seated in the panel
bushings.
(c) Install at least two of the 8-32 x 1/2
pan head screws in opposite ends of the main chassis
side panels so that the front panel components can be
secured in place easily; do not attach washers and nuts
to these screws.
(d) Refer to figure 3-92. Install washer
(8) and hex nut (6) on the shaft of X MTR PWR switch
(S103) and tighten securely. Then install and tighten
the 6-32 x 1/2 flat head screws (7), (9), and (10) that
secure switch bracket (24) to the front panel.
(e) Install and tighten the circular nuts
and hex nut that secure the AUDIO and POWER
receptacles to the panel.
(f) Install the washer and hex nut that
secures the VOLUME control and POWER-LIGHTS
switch to the front panel; tighten them securely.
(g) Install the remaining 8-32 x 1/2 pan
head screws in the side panels of the main chassis;
secure all nine screws (3 at each end and 3 in the
center) using the appropriate washers and nuts.
(4) Install the knobs on XMTR POOR, M A
DJ, VOLU M E, and POW ER-L I G H TS controls.
Orient each knob properly before tightening the
setscrews.
CAUTION
When using a soldering iron to
remove or replace component parts,
use only enough heat to cause
solder to flow. Excess heat can
damage the component and may also
damage its associated terminal or
mounting board.
c. Reassembly Procedures.
(1) Install
individual
panel-mounted
components that have been removed for repair. (See
paragraph 3-16c for detailed assembly procedures of
the frequency selection mechanism .)
(2) Perform all internal repair and reassembly
procedures required by paragraphs 3-15 through 3-18
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NOTE
Rotate the frequency control knobs
on the front panel of the receivertransmitter to obtain a KILOCYCLES
indicator reading of 2000; then orient
the rotors of switch wafers (19) and
(26) as shown in figure 391 before
tightening the setscrews in the shaft
collar.
(5) Connect the b us wire from the t/r relay to
the ANTENNA connector (bowl insulator).
(6) Install the power amplifier tube using the
procedure detailed in paragraph 3-14c.
(7) Replace the cover and rf gasket over the
power amplifier tube access hole; secure in place with
four 8-32 x 1/2 flat head screws.
(8) Solder the wires to POWER 20A DC and
POWER 5A AC fuses, to the four panel lamp-, and to
XMTR OUTPUT meter.
(9) Install BATTERY TEST pushbutton and
CW-FSK/VOICE switch and secure each in place with
the hex nut (boot).
(10) Refer to figure 3-91. Install 6-32 x I/2 flat
head screws (1) and (3) into spacers (5) and (11) of the
power amplifier plate capacitor switch and tighten them
securely; then install fiber shaft (2), panel bushing (6),
washer (7), spur gear (8), and shaft collar (9) into the
switch assembly.
(11) Install the access cover and gasket over
the power amplifier plate capacitor access hole and
secure it in place with the four 6-32 x 3/8 flat head
screws. Do not damage the gasket used with this cover
during installation.
(12) Perform steps (21) through (30) of the
power amplifier load and tune mechanism procedures
detailed in paragraph 3-15c.
(13) If all repairs are complete, install the top
and bottom covers on the power amplifier compartment
using the 4-40 screws (11 per cover).
Section VI. ALIGNMENT AND ADJUSTMENTS
3-20. Test Equipment and Special TOOTH Required for Alignment and Adjustments
e. Frequency Counter AN/URM-79/U. A frequency
counting device used to establish the exact operating
frequency of the signal generator.
f. Audio Oscillator TS-382/U. An audio oscillator
with a range of 20-to 200,000-Hz and a maximum
output of 100 milliwatts. Used as a signal source for
audio inputs for transmitter tests.
g. Dummy Load DA-75/U.
A 50-ohm rf bad
capable of dissipating 500 watts of rf power without
external cooling. Used to terminate the transmitter
output during transmitter tests.
h. Output Meter TS-585/U. A calibrated output
indicating device with adjustable load. Used during
measurements of audio output during receiver tests.
i. Cable Assembly Set AN/PRA-4. An assortment
of extender cables for modules of the Radio ReceiverTransmitter RT-671/PRC-47, special test cables, and a
special whip antenna simulator. Used whenever a
module must be operated while removed from the main
chassis of the receiver-transmitter, and during
evaluation tests. The whip antenna simulator provides a
miniaturized antenna system for bench testing the
transmitter.
a. The following test equipment and special tools
are required for alignment and adjustments of Radio Set
AN/PRC-47. Each type of test equipment is discussed
below to point out its characteristics and use.
Item
Technical manual
Multimeter ME-26A/U
TM 11-6625-200-15
Oscilloscope AN/USM-50
TM 11-5129
Signal Generator SG-103/URM-25F
Frequency Counter AN/URM-79/U TM 11-6625-935-12
Audio Oscillator TS-382/U
Dummy Load DA-75/U
Cable Assembly Set AN/PRA-4
Output Meter TS-585/1)
b. Multimeter ME-26A/U.
A vacuum-tube
voltmeter used for general-purpose measurements.
c. Oscilloscope AN/USM-50. A visual display used
for low-level measurements and audio waveform
studies.
d. Signal Generator SG-103/URM-25F. A 10-kHz
to 50-MHz signal generator used to provide intermediate
frequency test signals for receiver evaluation tests.
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Figure 3-94. Audio Frequency Amplifier AM-3506/PRC-47 (A8A1), Top View, Location of Test Points and
Adjustments.
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Figure 3-95. Amplifier-Modulator AM-3507/PRC-47 (A8A2), Top View, Location of Test Points and Adjustments.
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Figure 3-96. Signal Data Translator CV-1377A-PRC-47(A8A3), Top View, Location of Test Points and
Adjustments.
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Figure 3-97. Signal Data Translator CV-1377A/PRC47 (A8A3), Rear View, Location of Adjustments.
Figure 3-98. Signal Data Translator CV-1377A/PRC47 (A8A3), Right Side View, Location of Adjustment
C344.
Figure 3-99. Radio Frequency Oscillator O-1032/PRC-47 (A8A6), Top View, Location of Test Points and
Adjustments.
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Figure 3-100. Oscillator Control C-4311-PRC-47 (A8A7), Top View, Location of Test Points and Adjustments.
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Figure 3-101. Oscillator Control C-4311/PRC-47 (A8A7), Bottom View, Location of Adjustments.
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Figure 3-103. Oscillator Control C4311/PRC-47
(A8A7), Right Side, Location of Adjustments.
Figure 3-102. Oscillator Control C4311/PRC47(A8A7), Rear View, Location of Capacitor C15.
Figure 3-104. Oscillator Control C-4311/PRC-47 (A8A7), Left Side, Location of Adjustments
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Figure 3-105. Radio Receiver-Transmitter RT-671/PRC-47 ((A8) ),Bottom View, Location of Test Points and
Adjustments.
3-21. Mechanical Alignment of CV-1377A/PRC-47
STUB Rack Coupler
NOTE
Perform this check only when one or
more of the following conditions
exist:
The
RT-6171
/PRC-47
frequency selection mechanism has
been disassembled for repair; when
the CV-1377A/PRC-47 plug-in module
has been replaced.
a. Test Procedures.
Measure the clearance
between halfs of the slug rack coupler (fig. 3-96) with a
feeler gage. Clearance must be 0.002- to 0.020-inches.
If not, adjust in accordance with step b.
b. Adjustment Procedures.
(1) Remove the RT-671/PRC-47 from its
case using the procedures detailed in paragraph 3-11.
(2) Connect the primary power source to the
POWER connector on the front panel of RT-671 //PRC47.
(3) Connect the dc test probe of Multimeter
ME-26A/U alternately to test jacks A7J5 and A7J6 of
Oscillator Control C-311/PRC 47 (fig. 3-100).
(4) Set the front panel controls of TR671/PRC-47 as follows:
(a) POWER-LIGHTS switch to POWER
ON.
(b} KILOCYCLES indicator to 2000.
(c) CWFSK/VOICE switch to VOICE. (d) OPR-TUNE switch to
OPR.
(5) Loosen the setscrew that clamps the shaft
collar to the slug rack coupling half and slide the
coupling half along the axis of the drive shaft until
specification clearance is obtained.
NOTE
Recheck the voltmeter readings during
steps (5) and /6) to assure that the slugrack shaft is
not rotated during this adjustment.
(6) Retighten the shaft collar setscrew tightly.
(7) Place
POWER-LIGHTS
switch
to
POWER OFF and disconnect the multimeter.
(8) Return the RT 671/PRC-47 to its case
using the procedures of paragraph 3-11 if no further
adjustments are required.
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3-22. Receiver Output Adjustments (fig. 3-94, 3-106)
a. Preliminary Procedures.
(1) Remove the RT-671/PRC-47 from its
case using the procedures of paragraph 3-11.
(2) Connect the primary power source to the
POWER connector on the front panel of RT-671/PRC47.
(3) Connect the output meter, signal
generator and frequency counter to the receivertransmitter as shown in figure 3-106.
(4) Set the output meter IMPEDANCE switch
to 300 ohms, and adjust the meter multiplier for 5000
milliwatts full scale.
(5) Adjust the signal generator to 2226 kHz
and set the output level to 1000 microvolts.
(6) On the front panel of RT-671/PRC-47, set
the controls as follows:
(a) KILOCYCLES indicator to 2225.
(b} CW-FSK/VOICE: switch to VOICE.
(c) OPR-TUNE switch to OPR.
(d) VOLUME control to maximum
clockwise stop.
(e) POWER-LIGHTS switch to POWER
ON.
b. Adjustment Procedures.
(1) Observe the output meter and adjust
A1R54 (fig. 3-94) to obtain a reading of 1000 milliwatts
(18 volts in 300 ohms).
(2) Return the POWER-LIGHTS switch to
POWER OFF and disconnect the test equipment.
(3) Return the RT-671/PRC-47 to its case
using the procedures listed in paragraph 3-11 if no
further adjustments are required.
Figure 3-106. Receiver Audio Output Adjustments, Test Equipment Setup.
3-23. Receiver AGC Circuit Adjustments
(fig. 3-94, 3-107)
a. Preliminary Procedures.
(1) Remove the RT-671/PRC-47 from its
case using the procedures listed in paragraph 3-11.
(2) Connect the primary power source to the
POWER connector on the front panel of RT- 671/PRC47.
(3) Connect the dc probe of Multimeter ME26A/V to test jack A1J15 (fig. 3-94).
(4) Connect the signal generator and
frequency counter to the ANTENNA terminal of the
receiver-transmitter as shown in figure 3- 107.
(5) Adjust the signal generator to 2226 kHz
and set the output level to 1 microvolt.
(6) On the front panel of RT-671/PRC-47, set
the controls as follows:
(a) KILOCYCLES indicator to 2225.
(b) CW FSK/VOICE switch to VOICE.
(c) OPR-TUNE switch to OPR.
(d) POWER-LIGHTS
switch
to
POWER-ON.
b. Adjustment Procedure.
(1) Observe the multimeter and adjust A1R52
(fig. 3-94) until a further counterclockwise adjustment
has no effect on the meter reading, but a clockwise
adjustment increases the meter reading.
(2) If step b (1) is unsuccessful, adjust A1R52
to its clockwise stop and then vary the output of the
signal generator between 0.1 and 1.6 microvolts. The
agc threshold must occur between 0.6 and 1.2
microvolts.
(3) Return POWER-LIGHTS switch to
POWER OFF and disconnect the test equipment.
(4) Return the RT-671/PRC-47 to its case
using the procedures of paragraph 3-11 if no further
adjustments are required.
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Figure 3-107. Receiver AGC Circuit Adjustment, Test Equipment Setup.
controls are being adjusted. Circuit
damage can occur.
3-24. Transmitter Sidetone Adjustment
(fig. 3-94, 3-108)
a. Preliminary Procedures.
(6) Set the POWER AMPLIFIER LOAD and
POWER AMPLIFIER TUNE controls to the turns
counter values shown on the LOAD-TUNE chart; then
place the OPR-TUNE switch to TUNE and quickly peak
the load and tune controls for maximum deflection of
the XMTR OUTPUT meter.
(1) Remove the RT-671/PRC-47 from its
case using the procedures of paragraph 3-11.
(2) Connect the primary power source to the
POWER connector on the front panel of RT-671 /PRC47.
(3) Connect the output meter and dummy
load to the receiver-transmitter as shown in figure 3-108.
(4) Set the output meter IMPEDANCE switch
to 300 ohms, and adjust the meter multiplier for 500
milliwatts full scale.
(5) On the front panel of RT-671/PRC-47, set
the controls as follows:
(a)
(b)
(c)
(d)
(e)
clock-wise stop.
(f)
ON.
NOTE
Adjust M ADJ control as required to
maintain the XMTR OUTPUT meter
pointer on a useful portion of the
scale.
(7) Return the OPR-TUNE switch to OPR and
set XMTR PWR switch to HI.
(8) Again place the OPR-TUNE switch to
TUNE and peak the POWER AMPLIFIER LOAD and
POWER AMPLIFIER TUNE controls as necessary for
maximum XMTR OUTPUT meter deflection.
KILOCYCLES indicator to 2000.
CW-FSK/VOICE switch to VOICE.
OPR-TUNE switch to OPR.
XMTR PWR switch to LO.
VOLUME control to maximum
b. Adjustment Procedures.
POWER-LIGHTS switch to POWER
(1) Observe the output meter and adjust
A1R46 (fig. 3-94) to obtain a reading of 100 milliwatts
(5.5 volts in 300 ohms).
(2) Return the XMTR PWR switch to OFF,
the POWER-LIGHTS switch to POWER OFF, and
disconnect the test equipment.
(3) Return the RT-671/PRC-47 to its case
using the procedures of paragraph 3-11 if no further
adjustments are required.
CAUTION
Do not permit the OPR-TUNE switch
to remain in the TUNE position for
more than a few seconds at a time
while the POWER AMPLIFIER TUNE
and POWER AMPLIFIER LOAD
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Figure 3-108. Transmitter Sidetone Adjustment, Test Equipment Setup.
3-25. Microphone Amplifier Gain Adjustment
(fig. 3-94, 3-105, 3-109)
a. Preliminary Procedures.
(1) Remove the RT-671/PRC-47 from its
case using the procedures of paragraph 3-11.
(2) Connect the primary power source to the
POWER connector on the front panel of RT- 671 /PRC 4 7.
{3) Connect the audio oscillator, oscilloscope,
multimeter, and blocking capacitor to the receivertransmitter as shown in figure 3-109.
(4) Set the audio oscillator to 1700 Hz and
adjust the output level at pin C of the AUDIO connector
to 0.1 volt rms.
(5) On the front panel of RT-671/PRC-47, set
the controls as follows:
(a) KILOCYCLES indicator to any
(b)
(c)
(d)
(e)
CW-FSK/VOICE switch to CW.
OPR-TUNE switch to OPR.
XMTR PWR switch to OFF.
POWER-LIGHTS switch to POWER
ON.
b. Adjustment Procedures.
(1) Connect the oscilloscope to chassis
connector J2-22 {fig. 3-105) and adjust A1R27 (fig. 394) to obtain an oscilloscope amplitude of 3.5 volts
peak-to-peak.
(2) Return the POWER-LIGHTS switch to
POWER OFF and disconnect the test equipment.
(3) Return the RT-671 /PRC-47 to its case
using the procedures of paragraph 3-11 if no further
adjustments are required.
Figure 3-109. Microphone Amplifier and VOX Gain Adjustments, Test Equipment Setup.
3-26. Transmitter VOX Gain Adjustment
(fig. 3-94, 3-95)
NOTE
Perform this adjustment routine only
on Radio Set AN /PRO-47 that has
been internally connected for VOX
operation (para 2-1b).
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and the POWER AMPLIFIER TUNE
controls are being adjusted. Circuit
damage can occur.
(6) Set the POWER AMPLIFIER LOAD and
POWER AMPLIFIER TUNE controls to the turnscounter values indicated on the LOAD-TUNE chart; then
place the OPR-TUNE switch to TUNE and quickly peak
the load and tune controls for maximum deflection of
the pointer on the XMTR OUTPUT meter.
NOTE
Adjust M ADJ control as required to
maintain the XMTR OUTPUT meter
pointer on the useful portion of the
meter scale.
(7) Return the OPR-TUNE switch to OPR and
set the XMTR PWR switch to HI.
(8) Again place the OPR-TUNE switch to
TUNE and peak the POWER AMPLIFIER LOAD and
POWER AMPLIFIER TUNE controls as necessary for
maximum XMTR OUTPUT meter deflection.
b. Alignment Procedures.
(1) Adjust A3L67 (fig. 3-105) for maximum rf
grid drive as indicated on the multimeter connected to
test point J104.
(2) On the front panel of RT-671/PRC-47,
place the OPR-TUNE switch to OPR, set the
KILOCYCLES indicator to 3000, and place the XMTR
PWR switch to LO. On the antenna simulator rotate the
selector switch to 3.0 MHz position; then repeat steps
(6) through (8) of the preliminary procedures above.
(3) Adjust A3L68 (fig. 3-105) for maximum rf
grid drive as indicated by the multimeter connected to
test point J104.
(4) Repeat
step
b
(2)
except
set
KILOCYCLES indicator to 4000 and set the rotary switch
on the antenna simulator to the 4.0 MHz position.
(5) Adjust A3L69 (fig. 3-105) for maximum rf
grid drive as indicated by the multimeter connected to
test point J104.
(6) Repeat
step
b
(2)
except
set
KILOCYCLES indicator to 5000 and set the rotary switch
on the antenna simulator to the 5.0 M H z position.
(7) Adjust A3L70 (fig. 3-96) for maximum rf
grid drive as indicated by the multimeter connected to
test point J104.
(8) Repeat
step
b
(2)
except
set
KILOCYCLES indicator to 6000 and set the rotary switch
on the antenna simulator to the 6.0 MHz position.
(9) Adjust A3L71 (fig. 3-96) for maximum rf
grid drive as indicated by the multimeter connected to
test pint J104.
(10) Repeat step b (2) except set
a. Preliminary Procedures.
(1) Perform the microphone amplifier gain
adjustment procedures detailed in paragraph 3-25 a (1)
through 3-25 b (1).
(2) Reduce the audio oscillator output to 0.01
+ 0.002 volts rms as indicated on the multimeter.
b. Adjustment Procedures.
(1) Connect the oscilloscope to test jack A2J2
(fig. 3 95).
(2) Adjust A1R40 (fig. 3-94) until a 500-kHz
signal appears on the oscilloscope trace. (this indicates
the operation of vox relay A1K1.)
(3) Return the POWER-LIGHTS switch to
POWER OFF and disconnect the test equipment.
(4) Return the RT-671/PRC-47 to its case
using the procedures of paragraph 3-11 if no further
adjustments are required.
3-27. Power Amplifier Grid Drive Alignment and
Bias Adjustments
(fig. 3-96, 3-105, 3-110)
NOTE
Perform this alignment routine only
after it has been determined that an
equipment malfunction is caused by
improper alignment (tracking) of
Signal
Data
Translator
CV1377A/PRC-47 (A8A3).
a. Preliminary Procedures.
(1) Remove the RT-671/PRC-47 from its
case using the procedures of paragraph 3-11.
(2) Connect the primary power source to the
POWER connector of RT-671/PRC-47.
(3) Connect the rf probe of the multimeter to
test jack J104 (fig. 3-105) of the power amplifier.
(4) Connect the antenna simulator of
AN/PRA-4 and the dummy load to the receivertransmitter as shown in figure 3-110. Set the selector
switch on the antenna simulator to the 2.0 MHz position.
(5) On the front panel of RT-671/PRC-47, set
the controls as follows:
(a) KILOCYCLES indicator to 2000
(b) CW-FSK/VOICE switch to VOICE.
(c) OPR-TUNE switch to OPR.
(d) XMTR PWR switch to LO.
(e) POWER-LIGHTS switch to POWER
ON.
CAUTION
Do not permit the OPR-TUNE switch
to remain in the TUNE position for
more than a few seconds at a time
while the POWER AMPLIFIER LOAD
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KILOCYCLES indicator to 7000 and set the rotary switch
on the antenna simulator to the 7.0 MHz position.
(11) Adjust A3L72 (fig. 3-96) for maximum rf
grid drive as indicated by the multimeter connected to
test point J104.
(12) Repeat
step
b
(2)
except
set
KILOCYCLES indicator to 8000 and set the rotary switch
on the antenna simulator to the 8.0 MHz position.
(13) Adjust A3L73 (fig. 3-96) for maximum rf
grid cave as indicated by the multimeter connected to
teat point J104.
(14) Repeat
step
b
(2)
except
set
KILOCYCLES indicator to 9000 and set the rotary switch
on the antenna simulator to the 9.0 MHz position.
(15) Adjust A3L74 (fig. 3-96) for maximum rf
grid drive as indicated by the multimeter connected to
test point J104.
(16) Repeat
step
b
(2)
except
set
KILOCYCLES indicator to 10000 and set the rotary
switch on the antenna simulator to the 10.0 MHz
position.
(17) Adjust A3L76 (fig. 3-105) for maximum rf
grid drive as indicated by the multimeter connected to
test point J104.
(18) Repeat
step
b
(2)
except
set
KILOCYCLES indicator to 11000 and set the rotary
switch on the antenna simulator to the 11.0 MHz
position.
(19) Adjust A3L76 (fig. 3-105) for maximum rf
grid drive as indicated by the multimeter connected to
teat point J104.
c. Power Amplifier Bias Adjustments.
NOTE
Perform these adjustments only after
completing
the
alignment
procedures of step b above.
(1) Connect the dc probe of the multimeter to
the following test jacks on Power Supply PP.
3518/PRC-47 (A8A5).
(a) At ABJ1 the correct reading is -32
±1 volt; if not, adjust A5R4 as required.
(b) At A5J2 the correct reading is -110
±13.3 volts; if not, adjust A5R3 as required.
(c) At A5J8 the correct reading is +19
±0.6 volts; if not, adjust A5R22 as required.
(2) Return the XMTR PWR switch to OFF, the
POWER-LIGHTS switch to POWER OFF, disconnect
the test equipment, and return the RT-671/PRC-47 to its
case using the procedures of paragraph 3-11 if no
further adjustments are required.
Figure 3-110. Power Amplifier Grid Drive Adjustment, Test Equipment Setup.
3-28.
Temperature
Compensated
Oscillator
Frequency Adjustment (fig. 3-111)
NOTE
Perform this adjustment only if Radio
Frequency Oscillator 0-1032/PRC-47
(A8A6) has been repaired or
replaced, or if this module is
suspected of generating an incorrect
output frequency.
a. Preliminary Procedures.
(1) Remove the RT-671/PRC-47 from its
case using the procedures of paragraph 3-11.
(2) Connect the primary power source to the
POWER connector of RT-671/PRC-47.
(3) Connect the frequency counter to test jack
A6J4 (fig. 3-99) of Radio Frequency Oscillator O1032/PRC-47.
(4) On the front panel of RT-671/PRC-47, set
the controls as follows:
(a) KILOCYCLES indicator to 2000.
(b) CW-FSK/VOICE switch to VOICE.
(c) OPR-TUNE switch to OPR.
(d) XMTR PWR switch to OFF.
(e) POWER-LIGHTS switch to POWER
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Figure 3-111. Temperature Compensated Oscillator Rotor Frequency Adjustment Test Equipment Setup.
(a)
(b)
(c)
(d)
(e)
KILOCYCLES indicator to 2000.
CW-FSK/VOICE switch to VOICE.
OPR-TUNE switch to OPR.
XMTR PWR switch to LO.
POWER-LIGHTS switch to POWER
CAUTION
Do not permit the OPR-TUNE switch
to remain in the TUNE position for
more than a few seconds at a time
while the POWER AMPLIFIER TUNE
and POWER AMPLIFIER LOAD
controls are being adjusted. Circuit
damage can occur.
b. Alignment Procedures.
(1) Measure the output frequency using the
frequency counter connected to A6J4.
(2) If the output frequency does not read
exactly 5000,000.0 Hz, adjust A6C1 (fig. 3-99) ON.
until the frequency counter reads
correctly.
(3) Return the POWER-LIGHTS switch to
POWER OFF and disconnect the test equipment.
(4) Return the RT-671/PRC-47 to its case
using the procedures of paragraph 3-11 if no further
adjustments are required.
3-29. Balanced Modulator Adjustments
(fig. 3-112)
a. Preliminary Procedures.
(1) Remove the RT-671/PRC-47 from its
case using the procedures listed in paragraph 3-11.
(2) Connect the primary power source to the
POWER connector on the front panel of RT 671 /PRC47.
(3) Connect the dummy load to the receiver
transmitter; extend Amplifier-Modulator AM 3507/PRC47 (A8A2) from the main chassis of RT 671/PRC-47
using extender cable no. 4 from Cable Assembly Set
AN /PRA-4; then remove the module side cover to
expose the adjustment screw in the top of transformer
T2.
(4) Set the front panel controls of RT671/PRC-47 as follows:
(5) Set the POWER AMPLIFIER TUNE and
POWER AMPLIFIER LOAD controls to the turnscounter values shown on the LOAD-TUNE chart.
(6) Place the OPR-TUNE switch to TUNE;
quickly peak the POWER AMPLIFIER TUNE and
POWER AMPLIFIER LOAD controls for maximum
deflection on the XMTR OUTPUT meter. Immediately
return the PPR-TUNE switch to OPR.
NOTE
Adjust M ADJ control as required to
maintain the XMTR OUTPUT meter
pointer on a useful portion of the
scale.
(7) Place the XMTR PWR switch to HI and
repeat step (6).
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Figure 3-112. Balanced Modulator Adjustments, Test Equipment Setup
(4) Observe the transmitter carrier output on
the oscilloscope and adjust A2R5 and A2C35 (fig. 3-95)
alternately until the minimum carrier output is obtained.
{5) Return the POWER-LIGHTS switch to
POWER OFF and disconnect the test equipment.
(6) Return the RT-671/PRC-47 to its case
using the procedures of paragraph 3-11 if no further
adjustments are required.
b. Adjustment Procedures.
(1) Connect the rf probe of the multimeter to
J104 (fig. 3-105).
(2) Place the OPR-TUNE switch to TUNE
and adjust the slug on the top of transformer A2T2 (fig.
3-20) for maximum indication on the multimeter.
(3) Return the OPR-TUNE switch to OPR;
place the CW-FSK/VOICE switch to CW-FSK.
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CHAPTER 4
GENERAL SUPPORT MAINTENANCE
with each respective performance standard to assure
4-1. General
proper operation of the radio set.
a. The tests presented in this chapter verify the
4-2. Test Equipment Required
proper operation of Radio Set AN/PRC-47 after repair
procedures have been completed.
All test equipment and materials required to perform the
b. The instructions that precede each performance
procedures shown in this chapter are listed in the
chart establish the test conditions and present specific
following chart. No special tools or materials are
information for a given test. Perform each test in the
required for these tests.
sequence shown being careful to complete all actions
required by the procedure. The test results must agree
Test equipment
FSN
Technical manual
Multimeter ME-26A/U
6625-542-6407
TM 11-6625-200-15
Oscilloscope AN/USM-50
TM 11 -5 129
Signal Generator SG-103/URM-25F
Frequency Counter AN/URM-79/U
Audio Oscillator TS-382/U
6625-246-8729
TM 11-6625-935-12
Dummy Load DA-75/U
Cable Assembly Set AN/PRA-4
5995-973-3686
Output Meter TS-585/U
TM 11 -5017
Radar and Radio Repair Tool Kit TK-87/U
Radar and Radio Repair Supplementary Tool Kit TK-88/U
Spectrum Analyzer TS-723A/U
6625-668-9418
TM 11 -5097
4-5. Physical Tests and Inspection
4-3. Test Facilities
Perform each of the following steps to assure
compliance with the maintenance standard.
A primary power source of 115 volts, 400 Hz, singlephase alternating current at approximately 3.0 amperes,
and a 26.5-volt direct current source at approximately
NOTE
11 amperes is required for these tests.
Remove Radio Receiver-Transmitter
4-4. Modification Work Orders
RT-671/PRC 47 from its case using
the procedures detailed in paragraph
The performance standards listed in the tests (pare 4-5
3-11.
through 4-19) assume that all applicable modification
work orders have been performed.
Test
Radio
Step equipment control
Test
Performance
settings
settings
procedures
standards
1
n/a
n/a
a. Inspect all gears and mechanical assemblies
a. Screws, setscrew, bolts, and nuts must
for loose or missing hardware.
be tight, no missing parts.
b. Inspect all connectors, sockets, receptacles,
b. All items secured tightly to panel with no
fuse holders, and lamp sockets for looseness
evidence of damage.
or damage.
2
n/a
n/a
a. Rotate whole megahertz frequency control
a. Bandswitch gears in signal data translator
knob one step at a time from 2000 to 11000
(A3), oscillator control (A7), and in
on KILOCYCLES indicator.
Bandswitch assembly, rotate freely one
step at a time as knob is turned.
3
n/a
n/a
b. Rotate 100-kHz frequency control knob one
b. Slug rack in signal data translator (A3)
step at a time from X000 to X900 on
withdraws smoothly as knob advances
KILOCYCLES indicator.
one step at a time.
a. Inspect case and chassis for damage,
a. No damage or missing parts visible;
missing parts, the condition of the finish, and
external surfaces originally painted show
panel lettering. Modules must be removed to
no bare metal. Panel lettering legible.
complete this inspection.
NOTE
Paint should be touched up in lieu of refinishing whenever practical. Screw heads, binding posts, receptacles, and plated
parts are not painted and must not be polished with abrasives.
b. Inspect all wiring in the area of repairs for
b. All repaired or disturbed electrical wiring
cracks, chips, or other breaks in the moistureand components are secured and
proofing varnish.
moisture-proofed.
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4-6. Receiver Sensitivity Tests
(fig. 4-1)
NOTE
This test must be performed in a
screen-room similar to ElectroMagnetic Shielding Enclosure MX1766/G or equal.
(6) Primary power source: 115-volt, 400-Hz,
single-phase, 3 amps.
26.5-volt, dc, 11 amperes
approx.
b. Test Conditions and Equipment Connections.
(1) Connect the test equipment to Radio
Receiver-Transmitter RT-671/PRC-47 as shown in
figure 4-1.
(2) Connect the 115-volt primary power
source to the receiver-transmitter.
(3) Turn on the test equipment and place the
POWER-LIGHTS switch of RT-671/PRC-47 to POWER
ON. Permit the equipment to stabilize for at least 6
minutes before beginning the procedures shown in the
chart below.
a. Test Equipment and Material.
(1) Signal Generator SC-103/URM-25F.
(2) Frequency Counter AN/URM-79/U.
(3) Spectrum Analyzer TS-723A/U.
(4) Audio load, 300-ohm, 1-watt composition
resistor.
(5) Coaxial tee, UG-274B/U.
Figure 4-1. Receiver Sensitivity, AVC Selectivity, IF. Rejection,
Image Rejection, and Volume Control Tests, Equipment Setup.
c. Procedure After each adjustment of the
output frequency to the newly selected transmitter
frequency control knobs on the front panel of the
operating frequency, plus 1 kHz, and reset the output
receiver-transmitter, readjust the signal generator
level to the required value.
Step
1
Test
equipment
settings
Adjust signal generator to 2226 kHz;
kHz; set output level to 2.0
microvolts.
Radio
control
settings
Test
procedures
Adjust frequency control knobs
to 2225 on KILOCYCLES
indicator CW-FSK/VOICE to
VOICE; OPR-TUNE to
To maximum clockwise stop.
a.
b.
Read audio output voltage
across 300-ohm audio load.
Disconnect signal generator
from ANTENNA terminal
Across 300-ohm audio load.
Change 1 4-2
Performance
standards
a.
b.
Minimum accept ablevoltage of 1.9 volts rms.
of 3.9 volts rms
Maximum acceptable voltage 1.25 volts rms.
1.25 volts rms.
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Step
2
3
4.
Test
equipment
settings
Same as step 1 at each of the
following frequencies: 3226,
3776, 4226, 4776, 5226, 5776,
6226, 6776,7226, 8226,
8776, 9226, 9776, 10226,
10776, 11226. 11776 kHz;
maintain 2.0 microvolts output.
Same as step 1 .
Same as step 2.
Radio
control
settings
Test
procedures
Same as step 1 at the following
KILOCYCLES indicator readdings: 3225, 3775, 4225, 4775,
5225,5775, 6225, 6775, 7225,
7775, 8225, 8775, 9225, 9775,
10225,10775, 11225,and
1175.
Same as step 1 except use 26.5
volt dc primary power source.
Same as step 2 except use 26. 5
volt dc primary power source.
4-7. Receiver AVC Characteristic Test
(fig; 4-1)
a. Test Equipment and Material.
(1) Signal Generator SG-103/URM-25F
(2) Frequency Counter AN/URM-79/U
(3) Spectrum Analyzer TS 723A/U.
(4) Audio load, 300-ohm, 1-watt composition
resistor.
(5) Primary power source: 115-volt, 400 Hz,
single-phase, 3 amps.
26.5-volt, dc, 11 amperes
approx.
b. Test Conditions and Equipment Connections.
(1) Connect the test equipment to Radio
Receiver-Transmitter RT-671/PRC47 as shown in figure
4-1.
Step
Test
equipment
settings
1
Adjust signal generator to
2226 kHz; set output level to
5.0 microvolts.
2
Increase signal generator output to 0.1 volts.
3
Same as 35 step 1 except set cutput to 4226 kHz.
4
Same as step 2.
5
Same as step1 except set
output at 6226 kHz.
a.
Repeat procedure of step
1a at each operating frequency.
b. Repeat procedure of step
1b at each operating frequency.
Performance
standards
a. Same as step 1a at each operating frequency.
b. Same as step 1b at each operating frequency.
a. Repeat procedure of step
1a using 26.5-volt dc primary power source.
a. Same as step 1a.
b. Repeat procedure of step
lb using 26.5-volt dc primary power source.
a. Repeat procedure of step
1a at each operating frequency using 26.5-volt
dc primary power source.
b. Repeat procedure of step
lb at each operating frequency using 26.5-volt
de primary power source.
b. Same as step 1b
a. Same as step 1a at each operating
frequency.
b. Same as step 1b at each operating frequency.
(2) Connect the primary power source to the receivertransmitter.
(3) Turn on the test equipment and place the POWERLIGHTS switch of RT-671/PRC 47 to POWER ON.
Permit the equipment to stabilize for at least 5 minutes
before beginning the procedures shown in the chart
below.
c. Procedure. After each adjustment of the frequency
control knobs on the front panel of the receivertransmitter, readjust the signal generator output
frequency to the newly selected transmitter operating
frequency plus 1kHz, and reset the output level to the
required valve.
Radio
control
settings
Test
procedures
Performance
standards
Adjust frequency control knobs
to 2225 on KILOCYCLES indicator; CW-FSK/VOICE to
VOICE; OPR-TUNE to OPR;
VOLUME control to maximum
clockwise stop.
Same as step 1.
Read audio output voltage
across 300-ohm audio load.
Record output voltage for
reference below.
Read audio output voltage
across 300-ohm audio load.
Reading in this step must not exceed 3.16 times the reading in
step 1.
Same as step 1except set frequency control knobs for
4225 on KILOCYCLES
indicator.
Same as step 3.
Repeat procedures of step 1 at
4225 kHz.
Record output voltage for
reference below.
Read audio output voltage
across 300 ohm audio load.
Same as step 1 except set frequency control knobs for
6225 on KILOCYCLES in-
Repeat procedure of step 1 at
6225 kHz.
Reading in this step must not exceed 3.16 times the reading in
step 3.
Record output voltage for reference below.
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Step
Test
equipment
settings
Radio
control
settings
Test
procedures
6
Same as step 2.
Same as step 5.
Read audio output voltage
across 300-ohm audio load.
7
Same as step 1 except set output to 8226 kHz.
Repeat procedure of step 1 at
8225 kHz.
8
Same as step 2.
Same as step I except set frequency control knobs for
8225 on KILOCYCLES indicator.
Same as step 7.
9
Same as step 1 except set
output to 10226 kHz.
Same as step 1 except set
frequency control knobs to
10225 on KILOCYCLES
indicator.
Same as step 9.
Repeat procedure of step 1
at 10225 kHz.
10
Same as step 2.
4-8. Receiver Selectivity Tests
(fig. 4-1)
a. Test Equipment and Material
(1) Signal Generator SG-103/URM-25F
(2) Frequency Counter AN/URM-79/U.
(3) Spectrum Analyzer TS-723A/U.
(4) Audio load, 300-ohm, 1-watt composition
resitor.
(5) Primary power source: 115-volt, 400-Hz,
single-phase, 3 amps.
26.5-volt, dc, 11 amperes
approx.
b. Test
Conditions
and
Equipment
Connections.
Step
Test
equipment
settings
1
Adjust signal generator to 2226.7k
2226.7 kHz; set output level
to 2.0 microvolts.
2
Increase output of signal generator to 2,000 microvolts
and reduce output frequency
until voltage across 300-ohm
audio load reads same as
step 1.
Do not adjust signal generator
output level but increase output frequency above 2225 kHz
until output across 300ohm audio load reads same
as step 1.
Same as step 1.
3
4
5
Adjust signal generator output frequency below 2226.7
kHz until the voltage across
The 300-ohm audio load is
6db below the value shown
In step 4.
Read audio output voltage
across 300-ohm audio load.
Read audio output voltage
across 300-ohm audio load.
Performance
standards
Reading in this step must not
exceed 3.16 times the reading
in step 5.
Record output voltage for reference below.
Reading in this step must not exceed 3.16 times the reading in
step 7.
Record output voltage for
reference below.
Reading in this step must not exceed 3.16 times the reading in
step 9
(1) Connect the test equipment to Radio
Receiver-Transmitter RT-671/PRC-47 as shown in
figure 4-1.
(2) Connect the primary power source to the
reciever-transmitter.
(3) Turn on the test equipment and place the
POWER-LIGHTS switch of RT-671/PRC-47 to POWER
ON. Permit the equipment to stabilize for at least 5
minutes before beginning the procedures shown in the
chart below.
c. Procedure.
Radio
control
settings
Test
procedures
Performance
standards
Adjust frequency control
knobs to 2225 on KILOCYCLES indicator; CW-FSK/
VOICE to VOICE; OPR-TUNE
to OPR; VOLUME to maximum
clockwise stop.
Same as step 1.
Read audio output voltage
across 300 ohm audio load.
Record output voltage for
reference below.
Verify that audio output voltage
across 300-ohm audio load is
same as in step 1. Record signal generator frequency.
Frequency is not less than 2223.7
kHz.
Same as step 1.
Verify that audio output voltage
across 300-ohm audio load is
same as step 1. Record signal
Generator frequency
Frequency is not more than
2229.7 kHz.
Same as step 1.
Repeat procedure of step 1.
Same as step 1.
Verify that audio output voltage
across 300-ohm audio load is
6db below reading of step 4.
Record signal generator frequency.
Record output voltage across
300-ohm audio load for reference
below.
Frequency is not more than
2225.300 kHz.
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Test
equipment
settings
Step
6
Adjust signal generator output
frequency above 2226.7
kHz until the voltage across
the 300-ohm audio load is
6db below the value shown
in step 4.
Radio
control
settings
Test
procedures
Same as step 1.
Verify that audio output voltage
across 300-ohm audio load is
6db below reading of step 4.
Record signal generator
frequency
4-9. Receiver If. Rejection Test
(fig. 4-1)
a. Test Equipment and Materials.
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
Signal Generator SG-103/URM-25F
Frequency Counter AN/URM-79/U
Spectrum Analyzer TM-723A/U.
load, 300 ohm, 1-watt composition
resistor.
(5) Primary power source: 115-volt, 500 Hz,
single-phase, 3 amps.
26.5-volt, dc, 11 amperes
approx.
Step
Test
equipment
settings
1
Adjust signal generator to
2226 kHz; set output level
to 2.0 microvolts.
2
Adjust signal generator to 499
kHz; increase output level to
obtain same output voltage
across 300-ohm audio load
As in step 1.
Adjust signal generator to
11776 kHz; set output level
to 2. Microvolts.
3
4
Same as step 2.
Performance
standards
Frequency is not less than
2228.000kHz.
b. Test Conditions and Equipment Connections.
(1) Connect the test equipment to Radio
Receiver-Transmitter RT-671/PRC-47 as shown in
figure 4-1.
(3) Connect the primary power source to the
receiver-transmitter.
(3) Turn on the test equipment and place the
POWER-LIGHTS switch of RT-671/PRC-47 to POWER
ON. Permit the equipment to stabilize for at least 5
minutes before beginning the procedures shown in the
chart below.
c. Procedure.
Radio
control
settings
Test
procedures
Performance
standards
Adjust frequency control knobs
to 2225 on KILOCYCLES indicator; CW-FSK/VOICE to
VOICE; OPR-TUNE to OPR;
VOLUME control to maximum clockwise.
Same as step 1.
Read audio output voltage
across 300-ohm audio load.
Record output voltage for reference below.
Verify that audio output voltage
across 300-ohm audio load is
same as step 1. Record signal
generator output level.
Level not less than 20,000 microvolts.
Same as step 1 except set frequency control knobs for
11775 on KILOCYCLES
indicator.
Same as step 3.
Read audio output voltage
Record output voltage for
Verify that audio output voltage
across 300-ohm audio load is
same as step 3. Record signal
generator output level.
Level not less than 20,000
microvolts.
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4-10. Receiver Image Rejection Test
(fig. 4-1)
a. Test Equipment and Material.
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
Signal Generator SG-103/URM-25F.
Frequency Counter AN/URM-79/U.
Spectrum Analyzer T@723A/U.
Audio load, 300-ohm, 1-watt composition
resistor.
(5) Primary power source: 115-volt, 400-Hz,
single-phase, at 3 amp. 26.5-volt, dc, 11 amperes
approx.
b.
Test Conditions and Equipment Connections.
Step
1
2.
Test
equipment
settings
a. Adjust signal generator to
2226 kHz; set output level
to 5 0 microvolts.
b. Adjust signal generator to
3224 kHz, raise output
level until voltage across
300-ohm audio load is
same as in step 1a.
a. Adjust signal generator to
1 1776 kHz; set output level
to 5.0 microvolts.
b. Adjust signal generator to
12774 kHz; raise output
level until voltage across
300-ohm audio load is
same as in step 2a
(1) Connect the test equipment to Radio
Receiver-Transmitter RT-671/PRC-47 as shown in
figure 4-1.
(2) Connect the primary power source to the
receiver-transmitter.
(3) Turn on the test equipment and place the
POWER-LIGHTS switch of RT-671/PRC 47 to POWER
ON. Permit the equipment to stabilize at least 5
minutes before beginning the procedures shown in the
chart below.
c. Procedure.
Radio
control
settings
Test
procedures
Adjust frequency control knobs
to 2225 on KILOCYCLES
indicator; CW-FSK/VOICE to
VOICE; OPR-TUNE to OPR;
VOLUME control to maximum
clock wise.
Same as step 1 except set frequency control knobs to
1 1775 on KILOCYCLES
indicator.
Performance
standards
a. Read audio output voltage
across 300-ohm audio load.
a. Record output voltage for
reference below.
b. Verify that audio output
voltage across 300-ohn
audio is same as step 1a
Record signal generator output level.
a. Read audio output voltage
across 300-ohm audio load.
b. Signal generator output level
not less than 50,000 microvolts.
b. Verify that audio output
voltage across 300-ohm audio
load is same as step 2a Record
signal generator output level
b. Signal generator output level
not less than 1580 microvolts.
Change 1 4-6
a. Record output voltage for reference below.
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4-11. Receiver Volume Control Test
(fig 4-1)
a. Test Equipment and Material.
(1) Signal Generator SG-103/URM-25F
(2) Frequency Counter AN/URM-79/U.
(3) Spectrum Analyzer TS-723A/U.
(4) Audio load, 300 ohm, 1 watt composition
resistor.
(5) Primary power source: 115-volt, 400 Hz, singlephase, 3 amps. 26.5-volt, dc, 11 amperes approx.
Step
Test
equipment
settings
1
Adjust signal generator to 2226
kHz; set output level to 1000
microvolts.
2
Same as step 1.
b. Test Conditions and Equipment Connections.
(1) Connect the test equipment to Radio
Receiver-Transmitter RT-671/PRC-47 as shown in
figure 4-1.
(2) Connect the primary power source to the
receiver-transmitter.
(3) Turn on the test equipment and place the
POWER-LIGHTS switch on RT-671/PRC-47 to POWER
ON. Permit the equipment to stabilize at least 5
minutes before beginning the procedures shown in chart
below.
Radio
control
settings
Test
procedures
Adjust frequency control knobs
to 2225 on KILOCYCLES
indicator; CW-FSK/VOICE to
VOICE; OPR-TUNE to OPR.
Same as step 1.
4-12. Receiver Audio Output Distortion Test
(fig. 4-2)
a. Test Equipment and Material.
(1) Signal Generator SG-103/URM-25F.
(2) Frequency Counter AN/URM-79/U.
(3) Distortion Analyzer TS-723/U.
(4) Audio load, 300 ohm 1-watt composition
resistor.
(5) Primary power source: 115-volt, 400 Hz,
single-phase, 3 amps.
26.5-volt, dc, 11 amperes
approx.
Performance
standards
Rotate VOLUME control to
maximum clockwise stop.
Record audio output voltage across
300-ohm audio load.
Rotate VOLUME control to
maximum counterclockwise
stop.
Record audio output voltage across
300-audio load. Must be not more
Than 1/100 of value recorded in
step 1.
b. Test Conditions and Equipment Connections.
(1) Connect the test equipment to Radio
Receiver-Transmitter RT-671/PRC-47 as shown in
figure 4-2.
(2) Connect the primary power source to the
receiver-transmitter.
(3) Turn on the test equipment and place the
POWER-LIGHTS switch on RT-671/PRC-47 to POWER
ON. Permit the equipment to stabilize at least 5
minutes before beginning the procedures shown in the
chart below.
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Figure 4-2. Receiver Audio Output Distortion Test, Equipment Setup.
c. Procedure.
Step
1
Test
equipment
settings
Radio
control
settings
Adjust signal generator to
2225.3 kHz: set output
level to 1000 microvolts
Adjust frequency control
knobs to 2225 on
KILOCYCLES indicator:
CW-FSK/VOICE to
VOICE: OPR-TUNE to distortion.
OPR.
Test
procedures
Set VOLUME control to
obtain 12.9 volts across
the 300-ohm audio load
(500 milliwatts); read
4-13. Power Input Requirements, Receive Mode
(fig 4-3)
Performance
standards
Audio output distortion less
than 15%.
(1) Connect the test equipment to Radio
Receiver-Transmitter RT-671/PRC-47 as shown in
figure 4-3.
(2) Connect the primary power source to the
receiver-transmitter.
(3) Turn on the test equipment and place the
POWER-LIGHTS switch on RT-671/PRC-47 to POWER
ON. Permit the equipment to stabilize at least 5
minutes before beginning the procedures shown in the
chart below.
b. Test Conditions and Equipment Connections.
a. Test Equipment and Material.
(1) Signal Generator SG-103/URM-25F
(2) Frequency Counter AN /URM 79/U
(3) Dc ammeter, 0 to 1 ampere. Simpson
375, or equal.
(4) Audio load, 300-ohm, I watt composition
resistor.
(5) Primary power source: 26.5 volt, dc. 11
amperes approx .
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Figure 4-3. Receiver Power Input Requirements, Equipment Setup.
c. Procedure.
Step
1
Test
equipment
settings
Adjust signal generator to
2226 kHz; set output level
to 1000 microvolts.
Radio
control
settings
Test
procedures
Adjust frequency control
knobs to 2225 on
KILOCYCLES indicator;
CW-FSK/VOICE to
VOICE; OPR-TUNE to
OPR.
Read dc ammeter.
4-14. Transmitter Power Output Test
(fig. 4-4)
Performance
standards
Dc ammeter reads not more
than 0.875 amperes.
(1) Connect the test equipment to Radio ReceiverTransmitter RT-671/PRC-47 as shown in figure 4-4.
a. Test Equipment and Material.
(2) Connect the primary power source to the receivertransmitter.
(1) Antenna simulator (p/o Cable Assembly
Set AN/PRA-4)
(2) Dummy Load DA-75/13
(3) Multimeter ME-26A/U
(4) Primary power source: 26.5-volt, dc, 11
amperes approx.
b. Test Conditions and Equipment Connections.
(3) Turn on the test equipment and place the POWERLIGHTS switch on RT-671/PRC-47 to POWER ON.
Permit the equipment to stabilize at least 5 minutes
before beginning the procedures shown in the chart
below.
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Figure 4-4. Transmitter Power Output and Output Meter Sensitivity Tests, Equipment Setup.
AMPLIFIER TUNE and POWER AMPLIFIER LOAD
controls on the front of the receiver-transmitter for
maximum deflection on the XMTR OUTPUT meter.
Use the OPR-TUNE switch to control power amplifier
plate power. Do not permit the power amplifier to
operate for more than a few seconds in the unloaded or
off-resonant condition, serious equipment damage can
result. Between each procedural step of the following
chart, resonate the power amplifier output circuit at the
new operating frequency.
c. Procedure.
(1) Set the selector switch on the antenna
simulator to the 2000 kHz position.
(2) On
RT-671/PRC-47,
set
the
KILOCYCLES indicator to 2000; place CW-FSK/VOICE
switch to VOICE; XMTR PWR switch to LO; and OPRTUNE switch to OAR.
(3) Place the turns-counters of POWER
AMPLIFIER TUNE and POWER AMPLIFIER LOAD
controls to the settings recommended on the LOADTUNE chart on the front of the receiver-transmitter.
CAUTION
Before making the following
measurements, resonate the POWER
Test
equipment
settings
Step
1
Radio
control
settings
a. Set vtvm RANGE switch
to 30 VOLTS.
b. n/a
a. Place OPR-TUNE switch
to TUNE.
b. n/a
c. Set vtvm RANGE switch
to 100 VOLTS.
c. Place XMTR PWR
switch to HI; then place
OPR-TUNE to TUNE.
d. n/a
d. n/a
Test
procedures
4-10
Performance
standards
a. Read rf voltage across
dummy load.
b. Immediately return
OPH-TUNE switch to
OPR.
c. Read rf voltage across
dummy load.
a. Vtvm reads not less than
13.7 volts rms.
b. n/a
d. Immediately return
OPR-TUNE switch to
OPR: then place XMTR
PWR switch to LO
d. n/a
c. Vtvm reads not less than
30.7 volts rms.
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Test
equipment
settings
Step
2
3
4
5
6
Radio
control
settings
Test
procedures
Performance
standards
a. Same as step 1a. Set
switch on antenna
simulator to 3000 kHz
position.
b. n/a
a. Same as step 1a except
adjust KILOCYCLES
indicator to 3000.
a. Read rf voltage across
dummy load.
a. Vtvm reads not less than
15.3 volts rms.
b. n/a
b. n/a
c. Same as step 1c.
c. Same as step 1c.
d. n/a
d. n/a
a. Same as step 1a; set
switch on antenna
simulator to 4000 kHz
position.
b. n/a
a. Same as step la except
adjust KILOCYCLES
indicator to 4000.
b. Immediately return
OPR-TUNE switch to
OPR.
c. Read rf voltage across
dummy load.
d. Immediately return
OPR-TUNE switch to
OPR: then place XMTR
PWR switch to LO.
a. Read rf voltage across
dummy load.
c. Same as step 1c.
c. Same as step 1c.
d. n/a
d. n/a
a. Same as step 1a; set
switch on antenna
Simulator to 5000 kHz
position.
b. n/a
a. Same as step 1a except
adjust KILOCYCLES
indicator to 5000.
c. Same as step 1c.
c. Same as step 1c.
d. n/a
d. n/a
a. Same as step 1a; set
switch on antenna
simulator to 6000 kHz
position.
b. n/a
a. Same as step la except
adjust KILOCYCLES
indicator to 6000.
c. Same as step 1c.
c. Same as step 1c.
d. n/a
d. n/a
a. Same as step 1a; set
switch on antenna
Simulator to 7000 kHz
b. n/a
a. Same as step 1a except
adjust KILOCYCLES
indicator to 7000.
b. N/a
c. Same as step 1c.
c. Same as step 1c.
d. n/a
d. n/a
b. n/a
b. Immediately return
OPR-TUNE switch to
OPR.
c. Read rf voltage across
dummy load.
d. Immediately return
OPR-TUNE switch to
OPR: then place XMTR
PWR switch to LO.
a. Read rf voltage across
dummy load.
b. n/a
b. n/a
4-11
c. Vtvm reads not less than
34.3 volts rms.
d. n/a
a. Vtvm reads not less than
16.8 volts rms.
b. n/a
c. Vtvm reads not less than
38.9 volts rms.
d. n/a
a. Vtvm reads not less than
19.4 volts rms.
b. Immediately return
OPR-TUNE switch to
OPR.
c. Read rf voltage across
dummy load.
d. Immediately return
OPR-TUNE switch to
OPR; then place XMTR
PWR switch to LO.
a. Read rf voltage across
dummy load.
b. n/a
b. Immediately return
OPR-TUNE switch to
OPR.
c. Read rf voltage across
dummy load.
d. Immediately return
OPR-TUNE switch to
OPR; then place XMTR
PWR switch to LO.
b. n/a
c. Vtvm reads not less than
47.5 volts rms.
d. n/a
a. Read rf voltage across
dummy load.
a. Vtvm reads not less than
22.7 volts rms.
b. Immediately return
OPR-TUNE switch to
OPR.
c. Read rf voltage across
dummy load.
d. Immediately return
OPR-TUNE switch to
OPR; then place XMTR
PWR switch to LO.
b. n/a
c. Vtvm reads not less than
43.4 volts rms.
d. n/a
a. Vtvm reads not less than
20.6 volts rms.
c. Vtvm reads not less than
50.4 volts rms.
d. n/a
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Test
equipment
settings
Step
7
8
9
10
11
Radio
control
settings
Test
procedures
Performance
standards
a. Same as step 1a; set
switch on antenna
Simulator to 8000 kHz
position.
b. n/a
a. Same as step 1a except
adjust KILOCYCLES
indicator to 8000.
a. Read rf voltage across
dummy load.
a. Vtvm reads not less than
23.8 volts rms.
b. n/a
b. n/a
c. Same as step 1c.
c. Same as step 1c.
d. n/a
d. n/a
a. Same as step 1a; set
switch on antenna
simulator to 9000 kHz
position.
b. n/a
a. Same as step 1a except
adjust KII.OCYCLES
indicator to 9000.
b. Immediately return
OPR-TUNE switch to
OPR.
c. Read rf voltage across
dummy load.
d. Immediately return
OPR-TUNE switch to
OPR; then place XMTR
PWR switch to LO.
a. Read rf voltage across
dummy load.
c. Same as step 1c.
c. Same as step 1c.
d. n/a
d. n/a
a. Same as step 1a; set
switch on antenna
simulator to 10,000 kHz
position.
b. n/a
a. Same as step la except
adjust KILOCYCLES
indicator to 10000.
c. Same as step 1c.
c. Same as step 1c.
d. n/a
d. n/a
a. Same as step 1a: set
switch on antenna
simulator to 11,000 kHz
position.
b. n/a
a. Same as step la except
adjust KILOCYCLES
indicator to 11000.
c. Same as step 1c.
c. Same as step 1c.
d. n/a
d. n/a
a. Same as step 1a: set
switch on antenna adjust
simulator to 11,999 kHz
position.
b. n/a
a. Same as step 1a except
KILOCYCLES
indicator to 11999.
c. Same as step 1c.
c. Same as step 1c.
d. n/a
d. n/a
b. n/a
b. n/a
b. n/a
b. n/a
a. Vtvm reads not less than
24.7 volts rms.
b. Immediately return
OPR-TUNE switch to
OPR.
c. Read rf voltage across
dummy load.
d. Immediately return
OPR-TUNE switch to
OPR; then place XMTR
PWR switch to LO.
a. Read rf voltage across
dummy load.
b. n/a
b. Immediately return
OPR-TUNE switch to
OPR.
c. Read rf voltage across
dummy load.
d. Immediately return
OPR-TUNE switch to
OPR; then place XMTR
PWR switch to LO.
a. Read rf voltage across
dummy load.
b. n/a
b. Immediately return
OPR-TUNE switch to
OPR.
c. Read rf voltage across
dummy load.
d. Immediately return
OPR-TUNI switch
OPR; then place XMTR
PWR switch to L1,O.
a. Read rf voltage across
dummy load.
b. n/a
b. Immediately return
OPR-TUNE switch to
OPR.
c. Read rf voltage across
dummy load
d. Immediately return
OPRH-TUNF. switch to
OPR;: then place XMTR
PWR switch to 1,()
4-12
c. Vtvm reads not less than
53.2 volts rms.
d. n/a
c. Vtvm reads not less than
55.3 volts rms.
d. n/a
a. Vtvm reads not less than
25.7 volts rms.
c. Vtvm reads not less than
57.4 volts rms.
d. n/a
a. Vtvm reads not less than
26.6 volts rms.
c. Vtvm reads not less than
59.0 volts rms.
d. n/a
to
a. Vtvm reads not less than
26.6 volts rms.
b. n/a
c. Vtvm reads not less than
59.8 volts rms.
d. n/a
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Test
equipment
settings
Step
12
a. Same as step 1a; set
switch on antenna
simulator to 2,000 kHz
position.
Radio
control
settings
b. n/a
a. Disconnect 26.5 volt dc
primary power source;
connect 115 volt ac
primary power
repeat paragraph 414c and step 1a of this
chart.
b. n/a
c. Same as step 1c.
c. Same as step 1c.
d. n/a
d. n/a
Test
procedures
4-15. Transmitter Output Meter Sensitivity Test
(fig. 4-4)
a. Test equipment and Material
(1) Antenna Simulator (p/o Cable Assembly
Set AN/PRA-4) (2) Dummy Load DA-75/U (3)
Multimeter ME-26A/U (4) Primary power source: 26.5volt, dc, 11 amperes approx.
b. Test Conditions and Equipment Connection.
(1) Connect the test equipment to Radio
Receiver-Transmitter RT-671/PRC-47 as shown in
figure 4-4.
(2) Connect the primary power source to the
receiver-transmitter.
(3) Turn on the test equipment and place the
POWER-LIGHTS switch on RT-671/PRC-47 to POWER
ON. Permit the equipment to stabilize at least 5
minutes before beginning the procedures shown in the
chart below.
Step
I
2
Radio
control
settings
a. n/a
a. Place OPR-TUNE switch
to TUNE.
b. n/a
b. n/a
a. n/a
a. Place XMTR PWR
switch to HI; then place
OPR-TUNE to TUNF
b n/a
b. n/a
a. Read rf voltage across
dummy load with 115-volt
ac primary power source.
source;
a. Same as step 1a.
b. Immediately return
OPR-TUNE switch to
OPR.
c. Read rf voltage across
dummy load.
d. Immediately return
OPR-TUNE switch to
OPR; then place XMTR
PWR switch to LO and
POWER-LIGHTS switch
to POWER OFF.
b. n/a
c. Same as step 1c.
d. n/a
KILOCYCLES indicator to 2000; place CW-FSK/VOICE
switch to VOICE: XMTR PWR switch to LO; and OPRTUNE switch to OPR.
(3) Place the turns-counters of POWER
AMPLIFIER TUNE and POWER AMPLIFIER LOAD
controls to the settings recommended on the LOADTUNE chart on the front of the receiver-transmitter.
CAUTION
Before
making
the
following
measurements, resonate the POWER
AMPLIFIER TUNE and POWER
AMPLIFIER LOAD controls on the
front of the receiver-transmitter for
maximum deflection on the XMTR
OUTPUT meter. Use the OPR-TUNE
switch to control power amplifier
plate power. Do not permit the power
amplifier to operate for more than a
few seconds in the unloaded or offresonant condition, serious damage
can result. Between each procedural
step of the following chart, resonate
the power amplifier output circuit at
the new operating frequency.
c. Procedure.
(1) Set the selector switch on the antenna
simulator to the 2000 kHz position.
(2) On RT-671/PRC-47.Set the
Test
equipment
settings
Performance
standards
Test
procedures
4-13
Performance
standards
a. Adjust M ADJ control
until XMTR OUTPUT
pointer is at midscale.
b. Immediately return
OPR-TUNE switch to
OPR.
a. Repeat step 1a.
a. Control must be able tc
adjust pointer to midscale.
b. n/a
b. Immediately return
OPR-TUN E switch to
OPR: and place XMTR
PWR switch to LO.
b. n/a
a. Same as step 1a.
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Test
equipment
settings
Step
3
a. Set switch on antenna
simulator to 11,999 kHz
position.
b. n/a
4
Radio
control
settings
a. Same as step 3a.
b. n/a
Test
procedures
a. Adjust KILOCYCLES
indicator to 11999; place
OPR-TUNE switch to
TUNE.
b. n/a
a. Place XMTR PWR
switch to HI; then place
OPR-TUNE to TUNE.
b. n/a
4-16. Transmitter Frequency Stability Test
(fig. 4-5)
a. Test Equipment and Material.
(1) Oscillator TS-382/U
(2) Dummy Load DA-75/U
(3) Frequency Counter AN/URM-79/U
(4) Output attenuator (fig. 4-5)
(5) Blocking capacitor (fig 4-5) 4-6 Primary
power source: 26.5-volt, dc, 11 amperes approx.
b. Test Conditions and Equipment Connections.
Performance
standards
a. Repeat step 1a.
a. Same as step 1a.
b. Immediately return
OPR-TUNE switch to
OPR.
a. Same as step 1a.
b. n/a
b. Immediately return
OPR-TUNE to OPR; and
place XMTR PWR to LO.
b. n/a
a. Same as step 1a.
(1) Connect the test equipment to Radio
Receiver-Transmitter RT-671/PRC-47 as shown in
figure 4-5.
(2) Connect the primary power source to the
receiver-transmitter.
(3) Turn on the test equipment and place the
POWER-LIGHTS switch on RT-671/PRC-47 to POWER
ON. Permit the equipment to stabilize at least 5
minutes before beginning the procedures shown in the
chart below.
Figure 4-5. Transmitter Frequency Stability Test, Equipment Setup
FSK/VOICE switch to VOICE, the XMTR PWR switch to
LO, and the OPR-TUNE switch to OAR.
c. Procedure.
(1) On RT-671/PRC-47, set the
KILOCYCLES indicator to 9900: set CW4-14
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OUTPUT meter. Use the OPR-TUNE switch to
control power amplifier plate power. Do not permit
the power amplifier to operate for more than a few
seconds in the unloaded or off-resonant condition,
serious equipment damage can result. Between
each procedural step of the following chart,
resonate the power amplifier output circuit at the
new operating frequency.
(2) Place the turns-counters of POWER
AMPLIFIER TUNE and POWER AMPLIFIER LOAD
controls to the settings recommended on the LOADTUNE chart on the front of the receiver-transmitter.
CAUTION
Before
making
the
following
measurements, resonate the POWER
AMPLIFIER TUNE and POWER
AMPLIFIER LOAD controls for
maximum deflection on the XMTR
Step
1
2
Test
equipment
settings
Adjust audio oscillator to
2000 Hz; set output level
to 0.1 volt rms.
Same as step 1.
3
Same as step 1.
4
Same as step 1.
5
Same as step 1.
6
Same as step 1.
7
Same as step 1.
8
Same as step 1.
9
Same as step 1.
10
Same as step 1.
Radio
control
settings
Test
procedures
Performance
standards
Place CW-FSK/VOICE
switch to CW-FSK.
Measure transmitter output
frequency with counter.
Output frequency is 9902
kHz - 10 Hz.
Same as step 1, except set
KILOCYCLES
to 9911.
Same as step 1, except set
KILOCYCLES
to 9922.
Same as step 1, except set
KILOCYCLES
to 9933.
Same as step 1, except set
KILOCYCLES
to 9944.
Same as step 1, except set
KILOCYCLES
to 9955.
Same as step 1, except set
KILOCYCLES
to 9966.
Same as step 1, except set
KILOCYCLES
to 9977.
Same as step 1, except set
KILOCYCLES
to 9988.
Same as step 1, except set
KILOCYCLES
to 9999.
Same as step 1.
indicator
Output frequency is 9913
kHz - 10 Hz.
Same as step 1.
indicator
Output frequency Is 9924
kHz - 10 Hz.
Same as step 1.
indicator
Output frequency is 9935
kHz - 10 Hz.
Same as step 1.
indicator
Output frequency is 9946
kHz - 10 Hz.
Same as step 1.
indicator
Output frequency is 9957
kHz - 10 Hz.
Same as step I.
indicator
Output frequency is 9968
kHz - 10 Hz.
Same as step 1.
indicator
Output frequency is 9979
kHz - 10 Hz.
Same as step 1.
indicator
Output frequency is 9990
kHz - 10 Hz.
Same as step 1.
indicator
Output frequency is 10001
kHz ± 10 Hz.
4-17. Transmitter Power Input Test
(fig. 4-6)
a. Test Equipment and Material.
(1) Antenna simulator (p/o Cable Assembly
Set AN/PRA-4)
(2) Dummy Load DA-75/U
(3) Handset H-33G/PT
(4) Dc ammeter, 0 to 15 amperes, Simpson
375 or equal.
(5) Primary power source: 26.5-volt, dc, 11
amperes approx.
b. Test Conditions and Equipment Connections.
(1) the test equipment to Radio ReceiverTransmitter RT-671/PRC-47 as shown in figure 4-6.
(2) Connect the primary power source to the
receiver-transmitter.
(3) Place the POWER-LIGHTS switch on RT671 /PRC-47 to POWER ON. Permit the equipment to
stabilize for at least 5 minutes before beginning the
procedures shown in the chart below.
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Figure 4-6. Transmitter Power Input Test, Equipment Setup.
c. Procedure.
CAUTION
Before
making
the
following
(1) Set the selector switch on the antenna
measurements, resonate the POWER
simulator to the 2000 kHz position.
AMPLIFIER TUNE and POWER
(2) On
RT
671/PRC
47,
set
the
AMPLIFIER LOAD controls on the
KILOCYCLES indicator to 2000; set CW-FSK/VOICE
front of the receiver-transmitter for
switch to VOICE, the XMTR PWR switch to LO, and the
maximum deflection of the XMTR
OPR-TUNE switch to OAR.
OUTPUT meter. Use the OPR-TUNE
(3) Place the turns-counters of POWER
switch to control power amplifier
AMPLIFIER TUNE and POWER AMPLIFIER LOAD
plate power.
Do not permit the
controls to the settings recommended on the LOADTUNE chart on the front of the receiver-transmitter.
power amplifier to operate for more
than a few seconds in the unloaded
or off-resonant condition, serious
equipment damage can result.
Test
equipment
settings
Step
1
n/a
Radio
control
settings
Test
procedures
Place XMTR PWR switch
to HI and resonate power
amplifier output circuit to
Maximum output with
OPR-TUNE switch in
TUNE position.
Return OPR-TUNE switch
to OPR and close handset
push-to-talk
Speak normally into the
microphone. Observe dc
ammeter reading.
4-16
Performance
standards
Dc ammeter reads not more
than 12.5 amperes.
switch.
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4-18. Transmitter CW Operation Test
(fig. 4-7)
a. Test Equipment and Material.
(1) Oscilloscope AN/USM-50.
(2) Dummy Load DA-75/U.
(3) Telegraph Key J-45.
(4) Primary power source:
26.5-volt, dc,
amperes approx.
b. Test Conditions and Equipment Connections.
(1) Connect the test equipment to Radio
Receiver-Transmitter RT-671/PRC-47 as shown in
figure 4-7.
(2) Connect the primary power source to the
receiver-transmitter.
(3) Turn on the test equipment and place the
POWER-LIGHTS switch on RT-671/PRC-47 to POWER
ON. Permit the equipment to stabilize at least 5
minutes before beginning the procedures shown in the
chart below.
Figure 4-7. Transmitter CW Operation
and Sidetone Test, Equipment Setup
CAUTION
Before
making
the
following
measurements, resonate the POWER
AMPLIFIER TUNE and POWER
AMPLIFIER LOAD controls on the
front of the receiver-transmitter. for
maximum deflection on the XMTR
OUTPUT meter. Use the OPR-TUNE
switch to control power amplifier
plate power.
Do not permit the
power amplifier to operate more than
a few seconds in the unloaded or offresonant
condition,
serious
equipment damage can result.
c. Procedure
(1) On
RT-671/PRC-47,
set
the
KILOCYCLES indicator to 2000; place the CWFSK/VOICE switch to VOICE, the XMTR PWR switch to
LO, and the OPR-TUNE switch to OPR.
(2) Place the turns-counters of POWER
AMPLIFIER TUNE and POWER AMPLIFIER LOAD
controls to the settings recommended on the LOADTUNE chart on the front of the receiver-transmitter.
Step
1
Test
equipment
settings
Adjust oscilloscope sweep to
provide a keying envelope
display at each keying speed.
Radio
control
settings
Verify that OPR-TUNE switch
is at OPR; then place the CWFSK/VOICE switch to CWFSK.
Test
procedures
Performance
standards
Key the transmitter with the
telegraph key at speeds from
5- to 25-wpm. Observe the
keying envelope for discontinuities.
Transmitter must key at all operating speeds up to 25 wpm without missing character or elements.
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4-19. Transmitter Sidetone Test
(fig. 4-7)
a. Test Equipment and Material.
(1) Spectrum Analyzer TS-723A/U.
(2) Dummy Load DA-75/U.
(3) Telegraph Key J-45.
(4) Audio load, 300-ohm, 1-watt composition resistor.
(5) Primary power source: 26.5-volt, dc,
11 amperes approx.
b. Test Conditions and Equipment Connections.
(1) Connect the test equipment to Radio
Receiver-Transmitter RT-671/PRC-47 as shown in
figure 4-7.
(2) Connect the primary power source to the
receiver-transmitter.
(3) Turn on the test equipment and place the
POWER-LIGHTS switch on RT-671/PRC-47 to POWER
ON. Permit the equipment to stabilize for at least 5
minutes before beginning the procedures shown in the
chart below.
Step
I
2
Test
equipment
settings
Set meter range switch to 10
VOLTS R.M.S.
Same as step 1.
c. Procedure.
(1) On RT-671/PRC-47, set the
KILOCYCLES indicator to 2000; set CW-FSK/VOICE
switch to VOICE, the XMTR PWR switch to LO, and the
OPR-TUNE switch to OAR.
(2) Place the turns-counters of POWER
AMPLIFIER TUNE and POWER AMPLIFIER LOAD
controls on the front panel of RT-671/PRC-47 to the
settings recommended on the LOAD-TUNE! chart.
CAUTION
Before
making
the
following
measurements, resonate the POWER
AMPLIFIER TUNE and POWER
AMPLIFIER LOAD controls on the
front
panel
of
the
receivertransmitter. for maximum deflection
on the XMTR PWR meter. Use the
OPR-TUNE switch to control power
amplifier plate power. Do not permit
the power amplifier to operate for
more than a few seconds at a time in
the
unloaded
or
off-resonant
condition,
serious
equipment
damage can result.
Radio
control
settings
Place XMTR PWR switch to HI
and peak the power amplifier;
return OPR-TUNE to OPR, an
switch C W-FSK/VOICE switch
to C'W-I£SK; set VOLUME
control to maximum clockwise
stop.
Same as step 1, except set
KILOCY('LI:S indicator to
11999. Resonate the power
amplifier output circuit with
XMTR PWR switch at LO
and then at HI.
Test
procedures
Performance
standards
Hold telegraph key closed and
measure voltage across 300ohmn audio load
Meter reads not less than 3.9 volts
rms.
Same as step 1.
Same as step 1.
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CHAPTER 5
DEPOT MAINTENANCE
5-1. General
a. Instructions are included in this chapter that
detail the adjustment, alignment, and bench checkout of
the separate subassemblies of the receiver-transmitter
before re-installation of these modules in the radio set
following overhaul procedures.
Several receivertransmitter tests are included in this chapter that cannot
be performed at lower echelon activities because of the
peculiar test equipment requirements.
b. The trouble isolation sections of chapter 3
describe in detail the procedures necessary to isolate
trouble within the modules and subassemblies of the
receiver-transmitter.
The general replacement
techniques contained in paragraph 3-8 apply equally to
the depot maintenance level.
CAUTION
Remove all power from Radio ReceiverTransmitter RT-671/PRC-47 before beginning
any repair procedures.
5-2. Replacement of Parts
a. Parts removal and replacement techniques are
described in paragraph 3-9 of this technical manual.
b. Removal and replacement of the plug-in
modules and subassemblies of the receiver transmitter
are provided in paragraph 3-12.
c. Module disassembly and reassembly techniques
are listed in paragraph 3-13.
d. Mechanical subassemblies are disassembled
and reassembled using the procedures detailed in
paragraphs 3-15 through 3-19. No further special
instructions are required in connection with these
subassemblies and modules.
5-3. Equipment Adjustments
The following instructions detail complete module and
subassembly electrical adjustments and calibrating
procedures to assure that the receiver transmitter meets
the performance requirements specified by the original
procurement document.
5-4. Transmit Mixer Balance and Transmitter Gain
Control Adjustment
(fig. 5-1)
a. Test Equipment and Material.
(1) Spectrum Analyzer AN/UPM-110
(2) Converter, Hewlett-Packard K15-8551B
(3) Dummy Load DA-75/U
(4) Attenuator (see fig. 5-1)
(5) Multimeter ME-26A/U
(6) Primary power source: 115-volt, 400-Hz,
single-phase, 3 amp.
b. Test Conditions and Equipment Connections.
(1) Connect the test equipment to Radio
Receiver-Transmitter RT-671/PRC-47 as shown in
figure 5-1. Do not connect ME-26A/U until instructed to
do so.
(2) Connect the primary power source to the
receiver-transmitter.
(3) Turn on the test equipment and place the
POWER-LIGHTS switch on RT-671/PRC-47 to POWER
ON. Permit the equipment to stabilize for at least 5
minutes before beginning the procedures listed in the
chart below.
Figure 5-1. Transmit Mixer Balance and Transmitter Gain Control Adjustment, Equipment Setup.
5-1
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and adjustments, resonate the POWER
AMPLIFIER TUNE and POWER AMPLIFIER
LOAD controls on the front of the receivertransmitter for maximum deflection on the
XMTR OUTPUT meter. Use the OPR-TUNE
switch to control power amplifier plate power.
Do not permit the power amplifier to operate
for more than a few seconds in the unloaded
condition, serious damage to the equipment
can result.
c. Procedure.
(1) On the RT-671/PRC-47, set the
KILOCYCLES indicator to 11000; place the CWFSK/VOICE switch to VOICE, XMTR PWR switch to LO,
and OPR-TUNE switch to OPR.
(2) Place the turns-counters of POWER
AMPLIFIER TUNE and POWER AMPLIFIER LOAD
controls to the settings recommended on the LOADTUNE chart on the front of the receiver- transmitter .
CAUTION
Before making the following measurements
Step
Test
equipment
settings
1
Set spectrum analyzer to
11,000 kHz.
2
Same as step 1
3
Set multimeter to RF VOLTS,
and connect the rf
probe to J104 (fig.. 3 99).
Radio
control
settings
Test
procedures
Resonate power amplifier
with XMTR PWR switch
at HI.
Same as step 1
Adjust transmit mixer
balance pot A3R150
(fig. 3 95).
Immediately return OPR
TUNE switch to OPR.
Adjust transmit gain
control A3R148 (fig. 3-95)
clockwise.
Place OPR-TUNE switch
again to TUNE
5-5. Transmitter Hum Balance Adjustment
(fig. 5-2)
a. Test Equipment and Material.
(1) Spectrum Analyzer AN/UPM-110
(2) Converter. Hewlett-Packard K15-8551B
(3) Dummy Load NA-75/U
(4) Attenuator (see fig. 5-2).
(5) Multimeter ME-26A/U
(6) Audio Oscillator TS-382/U
(7) Primary power source: 115-volt, 400-Hz,
single-phase, 3 amp.
Performance
standards
Adjust for minimum
analyzer reading.
Not applicable.
Continue to adjust until
meter indication stops
rising.
b. Test Conditions and Equipment Connections.
(1) Connect the test equipment to Radio
Receiver-Transmitter RT-671/PRC-47 as shown in
figure 5-2. Do not connect ME-26A/U until instructed to
do so.
(2) Connect the primary power source to the
receiver-transmitter.
(3) Turn on the test equipment and place the
POWER-LIGHTS switch on the RT-671/PRC-47 to
POWER ON. Permit the equipment to stabilize for at
least 5 minutes before beginning the procedures listed in
the chart below.
5-2
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Figure 5-2. Transmitter Hum Balance Adjustment and modulation Fidelity Test, Equipment Setup.
LOAD controls on the front of the receivertransmitter for maximum deflection on the
XMTR OUTPUT meter. Use the OPR-TUNE
switch to control power amplifier plate power.
Do not permit the power amplifier to operate
for more than a few seconds at a time in the
unloaded condition, serious equipment
damage can result.
c. Procedure.
(1) On the RT-671/PRC-47, set the
KILOCYCLES indicator to 2400; place the CWFSK/VOICE switch to VOICE, XMTR PWR switch to LO,
and OPR-TUNE switch to OPR.
(2) Place the turns-counters of POWER
AMPLIFIER TUNE and POWER AMPLIFIER LOAD
controls to the settings recommended on the LOADTUNE chart on the front of the receiver-transmitter.
(3) After resonating the power amplifier plate
circuit at the LO setting of XMTR PWR switch, place the
XMTR PWR switch to HI and peak these controls again.
Immediately return the OPR-TUNE switch to OPR
CAUTION
Before making the following measurements
and adjustments, resonate the POWER
AMPLIFIER TUNE and POWER AMPLIFIER
Step
1
2
Test
equipment
settings
Adjust audio oscillator to
2800 Hz and set output
level to 0.1 volts.
Radio
control
settings
Test
procedures
Place CW FSK/VOlCE
switch to CW-FSK.
Set spectrum analyzer to
2400 kHz and adjust hum
balance potentiometer
R121 (fig. 3-95).
Performance
standards
Adjust R121 for minimum
indication at 400 Hz.
Return CW-FSK/VOICE
switch to VOICE.
5-6. Transmitter Modulation Fidelity Test
(fig. 5-2)
a. Test Equipment and Material.
(1) Spectrum Analyzer AN/UPM-110
(2) Converter, Hewlett-Packard K15-8551B
(3) Dummy Load DA-75/U
(4) Attenuator (see fig. 5-2)
(5) Multimeter ME-26A/U
(6) Audio Oscillator TS-382/U
(7) Primary power source: 115-volt, 400-Hz,
single-phase, 3 amp.
b. Test Conditions and Equipment Connections.
(1) Connect the test equipment to Radio
Receiver-Transmitter RT-671/PRC-47 as shown in
figure 5-2. Do not connect ME-26A/U until instructed to
do so.
5-3
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CAUTION
Before making the following measurements
and adjustments, resonate the POWER
AMPLIFIER TUNE and POWER AMPLIFIER
LOAD controls on the front of the receivertransmitter for maximum deflection on the
XMTR OUTPUT meter. Use the OPR-TUNE
switch to control power amplifier plate power.
Do not permit the power amplifier to operate
for more than a few seconds at a time in the
unloaded condition, serious equipment
damage can result.
(2) Connect the primary power source to the
receiver-transmitter.
(3) Turn on the test equipment and place the
POWER-LIGHTS switch on the RT-671/PRC-47 to
POWER ON. Permit the equipment to stabilize for at
least 5 minutes before beginning the procedures listed in
the chart below.
c. Procedure.
(1) On the RT-671/PRC-47, set the
KILOCYCLES indicator to 2400; place the CW.
FSK/VOICE switch to VOICE, the XMTR PWR switch to
LO, and the OPR-TUNE switch to OPR.
(2) Place the turns-counters of POWER
AMPLIFIER TUNE and POWER AMPLIFIER LOAD
controls to the settings recommended on the LOADTUNE chart on the front of the receiver-transmitter.
Step
Test
equipment
settings
(3) After resonating the power amplifier plate
circuit at the LO setting of XMTR PWR switch place the
XMTR PWR switch to HI and peal these controls again.
Immediately return the OPR-TUNE switch to OPR.
Radio
control
settings
1
Adjust audio oscillator to
1700 Hz and set output
level to 0.1 volts.
Place OPR-TUNE switch to
TUNE.
2
Adjust audio oscillator to
300 Hz and set output
level to 0.1 volts.
Same as step 1.
3
Adjust audio oscillator to
3000 Hz and set output
level to 0.1 volts.
Same as step 1.
Test
procedures
5-7. Transmitter Spurious Output Adjustments
(fig. 5-3)
Performance
standards
Adjust input attenuator on
spectrum analyzer so that
1700 Hz tone is at 0 dB
reference level.
Read amplitude of 300 Hz
tone on spectrum analyzer.
Set 1700 Hz level for later
reference.
Read amplitude of 3000 Hz
tone on spectrum
analyzer.
Not more than ± 6 dB from
1700 Hz value
measured in step 1.
Not more than ± 6 dB from
1700 Hz value measured
in step 1.
b. Test Conditions and Equipment Connections.
(1) Connect the test equipment to Radio ReceiverTransmitter RT-671/PRC-47 as show' in figure 5-3. Do
not connect the ME-26A/U until instructed to do so.
a. Test Equipment and Material.
(1) Spectrum Analyzer AN/UPM-110
(2) Converter, Hewlett-Packard K15-8551B
(3) Dummy Load DA-75/U
(4) Attenuator (see figure 5-3)
(5) Audio mixer unit (see figure 5-3)
(6) Multimeter ME-26A/U
(7) Audio Oscillator TS-382/U (2 required)
(8) Primary power source; 115-volt, 400-Hz,
single-phase, 3 amps.
(2) Connect the primary power source to the receivertransmitter.
(3) Turn on the test equipment and place the POWERLIGHTS switch on the RT-671/PRC-4' to POWER ON.
Permit the equipment to stabilize for at least 5 minutes
before beginning the procedures listed in the chart
below.
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Figure 5-3 Transmitter Spurious Outputs Adjustment. Equipment Setup
for more than a few seconds at a time in the
unloaded condition, serious equipment
damage can result.
c. Procedure.
(1) On
RT-671/PRC-47,
set
the
KILOCYCLES indicator to 2400; place the CWFSK/VOICE switch to VOICE, the XMTR PWR switch to
LO, and the OPR-TUNE switch to OPR.
(2) Place the turns-counters of POWER
AMPLIFIER TUNE and POWER AMPLIFIER LOAD
controls to the settings recommended on the LOADTUNE chart on the front of the receiver-transmitter.
(3) After resonating the power amplifier plate
circuit at the LO setting of XMTR PWR switch, place the
XMTR PWR switch to HI and repeat the peaking
procedure.
(4) Return the OPR-TUNE switch to OPR.
(5) Adjust the spectrum analyzer to 2400
kHz; set the audio oscillators to 900 Hz and 2800 Hz
respectively at an output level of 0.1 volts per tone.
CAUTION
Before making the following measurements
and adjustments, resonate the POWER
AMPLIFIER TUNE and POWER AMPLIFIER
LOAD controls on the front of the receivertransmitter for maximum deflection on the
XMTR OUTPUT meter. Use the OPR-TUNE
switch to control power amplifier plate power.
Do not permit the power amplifier to operate
Step
Test
equipment
settings
1
NOTE
Adjust the driver bias between-30 and -55
volts dc and the power amplifier grid bias
between-105 and - -1 1 5 volts dc to obtain the
minimum distortion products.
Radio
control
settings
Test
procedures
3
Reduce output of 900-Hz
Oscillator to zero.
Place CW-FSK/VOICE switch to CW-FSK. Measure third-order
Switch to CW-FSK
distortion product above
the passband (above
2404.6 kHz).
Same as step 1.
Measure third-order
distortion product below
the passband (below
2399.0 kHz).
Same as step 1.
Measure carrier amplitude
(2400.0 kHz).
4
Same as step 3.
Same as step 1.
2
Measure amplitude of 2800
Hz sideband that occurs
below the carrier (2397.2
kHz).
5-5
Performance
standards
Not less than 30 dB down
from peak envelope power
output level.
Same as step 1.
Not less than 40 dB down
from peak envelope power
output level.
Not less than 60 dB down
from peak envelope power
output level.
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DEPOT OVERHAUL STANDARDS
Section I. GENERAL
conducted using the bench test facilities provided by the
special test fixtures described in section I. Section II I
tabulates the overall equipment performance tests
indicated elsewhere in this technical manual, lists the
overall equipment adjustments and alignment routines,
and provides a table of final equipment standards of
performance.
6-1. Scope
This chapter contains the depot-level performance
standards tests and defines the acceptable limits of
operational performance for a repaired Radio Set
AN/PRC-47. Section I contains general information
applicable to the test procedures and test equipment,
and includes construction details and schematic
diagrams for special test fixtures required for bench test
of modular subassemblies of the AN/PRC-47. Section II
lists the performance tests and specific procedures to be
conducted for the evaluation and adjustment of plug-in
modules of the radio set. These tests are
6-2. General
a. The following table provides a list of test
equipment required for performance of these standards
tests.
Test equipment
Ac Ammeter, 0.5 amperes (Weston #904, or equal)
Ac Voltmeter, 10 mv to 15,000 mv 12500 volts dc insulation)
Audio Oscillator TS-382/U
Cable Assembly Set AN/PRA-4
Coaxial Adapter, Tee UG-28A/U
Coaxial Adapter, Tee UG-274B/U
Dc Ammeter 0-1 ampere (Simpson #375. or equal)
Dc Ammeter 0-15 ampere (Simpson #375, or equal)
Distortion Analyzer TS-723/U
Frequency Counter AN/URM-79/U
Multimeter ME-26A/U
Oscilloscope AN/USM-50
Output Meter TS-585/U
Power Supply, 7 vdc 600 ma (Harrison 6203B, or equal)
Power Supply, 26 vdc, 500 ma (Harrison 6202B, or equal)
Power Supply, 26 vdc, 15 Amp. (Harrison 6434B, or equal)
Power Supply, 110 vdc, 5 ma. (Harrison 6207B, or equal)
Radar and Radio Repair Tool Kit TK-115/G
Receiver R-1433/UR
Resistance Decade Box MX-3991/V
Signal Generator SG-103/URM-25F (2 required)
Spectrum Analyzer AN/UPM-110
Up-converter for AN /UPM - l 10 (Hewlett Packard K 15-855 1B)
Voltmeter ME-30A/U
FSN
Technical manual
6625-246-8729
5995-973-3686
TM 11-6625-935-12
6625-542-6407
TM 11-6625-200-15
TM 11-5129
TM 11-5017
TM 11-6626-326-12
b.The following table lists the special tools and test fixtures required for performance standards tests
Special tool
Gage. thickness (feeler) 0.002 to 0,020
Gage, plug (depth) (u/w CV-1377A/PRC-47)
Gage, overtravel 0.041.inch
Output attenuator, 50: 1
Test fixture for AM-3506/PRC-47
Test fixture for AM-3507/PRC-47
Test fixture for CV-1377A/PRC-47
Indexing fixture for CV-1377A/PRC-47
Test fixture for PP-3518/PRC-47
Test fixture for 0-1032/PRC-47
Test fixture for C-4311/PRC-47
FSN
5210-031-1504
Ref drawing
Fig.
Fig.
Fig.
Fig.
Fig.
Fig.
Fig.
Fig.
Fig.
Fig.
6-1
6-1
6-2
6-3
6-4
6-5
6-6
6-7
6-8
6-9
6-10
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c. Suggested parts locations, parts lists and schematic diagrams for the test fixtures listed above are described in
section III of this chapter. All pertinent construction details are shown for convenience.
TM5820-509-35-200
Figure 6-1. Plug Gage, Slug Adjustment
TM5820-509-35-201
Figure 6-2. Gage, Overtravel. 0.041-inch.
Figure 6-3. Output Attenuator, 50:1.
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Figure 6-4. Test Fixture for AM-3506/PRC-47, Suggested Layout.
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Figure 6-5. Test Fixture for AM-3507/PRC-47, Suggested Layout.
6-4
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Figure 6-6. Test Fixture for CV-1377A/PRC-47, Suggested Layout.
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Figure 6-7. Indexing Fixture for CV 1377A/PRC, Suggested Layout.
Figure 6-8. Test Fixture for PP-3518/PRC-47, Suggested Layout.
6-6
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Figure 6-9. Test Fixture for O-1032/PRC-47, Suggested Layout.
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Figure 6-10. Test Fixture for C-4311/PRC-47, Suggested Layout.
subassemblies of the radio set to determine whether the
defective circuit has been repaired. If doubt arises as to
the completeness of the repair procedures, a limited
number of performance standards tests will verify circuit
performance.
6-3. Test Facilities
A primary power source of 115 volts, 400-Hz, singlephase alternating current at approximately 3.0 amperes,
and a 26.6-volt direct current primary power source at
approximately 16 amperes is required for these tests. In
addition, normal test instrument primary power facilities
(60- or 400- Hz) will be required. The test fixtures, or
their equivalent, shown in figures 6-4 through 6-10, will
be required.
6-6. Reference Standards Tests
The following reference standards tests are required to
provide
assurance
that
satisfactory
operating
parameters have been maintained or restored as a
result of depot overhaul procedures. Each group of
tests, performed on a specific modular subassembly, is
conducted using the test fixture for that module together
with the equipment configuration specified in the
procedure.
Certain initial conditions must be
established before the performance tests and reference
standards can be judiciously compared.
Unless
specified, all tests shall be performed in the order listed
in the procedures to avoid ambiguity.
6-4. Modification Work Orders
The performance standards listed in the following tests
assume that all modification work orders (MWO's) have
been performed. Consult DA Pam 310-7 for a list of
MWO's for Radio Set AN/PRC-47.
6-5. Physical Tests and Inspection
Perform
general
inspection
of
all
modular
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(a) Input current.
(b) Power amplifier plate voltage.
(c) Power amplifier screen voltage.
(d) Driver plate voltage.
(e) Relay voltage.
(I) Filtered low voltage.
(g) Regulated voltage.
(h) Filament voltage.
(i) Power amplifier bias voltage.
(j) Driver bias voltage.
(k) Voltage regulator operation.
(3) Performance tests, 110-volts, 400-Hz
primary power source.
(a) Input current.
(b) Relay voltage.
(c) Filtered low voltage.
(d) Regulated voltage.
(e) Filament voltage.
e. Radio Frequency Oscillator O-1032/PRC-47.
The following tests must be performed using the test
fixture for 0-1032/PRC-47 (fig. 6-9). A schematic
diagram, parts layout photographs, and parts lists for
this test fixture are included in section III.
(1) Initial settings and adjustments.
(2) Locked oscillator, divider, and output
amplifier performance.
(3) Locked oscillator Q4 and 500-kHz
amplifier adjustments.
(4) Locked oscillator Q8 and 100-kHz
amplifier adjustments.
(5) Final frequency calibration.
f. Oscillator Control C-4311/PRC-47.
The
following tests must be performed using the test fixture
for the C-4311/PRC-47 (fig. 6-10). A schematic
diagram, parts layout photographs, and parts lists for
this test fixture are included in section III.
(1) Pulse generator output.
(2) 1.8- to 0.9-MHz ringer circuit alignment.
(3) Crystal oscillator alignment.
(4) 601- to 600-kHz filter test.
(5) 550- to 750-kHz filter test.
(6) Frequency discriminator test.
(7) Error voltage balance adjustment.
(8) Anti-lock test.
(9) SMO mixers test.
6-8. Reference Standards
The following chart lists the reference standards
procedures and the expected result or standard value.
6-7. Tests to be Performed
a. Audio Amplifier AM-3506/PRC47. The following
tests must be performed using the test fixture for the
AM-3506/PRC-47 (fig. 64). A schematic diagram, parts
layout photographs and parts lists for this test fixture are
included in section III.
(1) Initial settings and adjustments.
(2) Maximum output levels, receive mode.
(3) Frequency response and distortion,
receive mode.
(4) AVC signal gate operation, receive mode.
(5) Harmonic distortion and frequency
response, transmit mode.
(6) Frequency response at nominal output,
transmit mode.
(7) CW oscillator operation test.6-7.
b. Amplifier-Modulator AM-3507/PRC-47.
The
following tests must be performed using the test fixture
for AM-3507/PRC-47 (fig. 6-5). A schematic diagram,
parts layout photographs, and parts lists for this test
fixture are included in section III.
(1) Initial settings and adjustments.
(2) Output, receive mode.
(3) Distortion.
(4) Selectivity.
(5) Response, receive mode.
c. Signal Data Translator CV-1377A/PRC-47. The
following tests are to be performed using the test fixture
for CV-1377A/PRC-47 (fig. 6-6) together with the
indexing fixture (fig. 6-7). Configuration drawings, parts
layout photographs, parts lists and schematic diagrams
for these test fixtures are included in section III.
(1) Mechanical alignment.
(2) 5- to 14-MHz ringer circuit alignment.
(3) Oscillator output adjustment.
(4) Oscillator alignment and tracking ad"
justment
(5) Rf alignment, receive mode.
(6) Rf alignment, transmit mode.
(7) Oscillator control isolation amplifier test.
d. Power Supply PP-3518/PRC-47. The following
tests must be performed using the test fixture for PP3518/PRC-47 (fig. 6-8). A schematic diagram, parts
layout photographs, and parts lists for this test fixture
are included in section III.
(1) Initial settings and adjustments.
(2) Performance tests, 26.5-volts dc
primary power source.
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AM -3506/PRC-47
AM-3507/PRC-47
Action required
Reference standard
1.
Make initial settings and adjustments.
1.
2.
Record maximum output levels, receive
mode.
2.
3.
Record
frequency
response
distortion, receive mode.
3.
4.
5.
Record AVC signal gate operating level.
Measure input level and record harmonic
distortion and frequency response below
the clipping and compression threshold
levels.
6.
7.
Record frequency response at nominal
output level.
Record operation of CW oscillator
1.
Make initial settings and adjustments.
2.
Perform output test, receive mode.
3.
Record distortion in audio pass. band.
4.
Record selectivity
5.
Record frequency response.
mode.
and
4.
5.
6.
7.
1.
2.
3.
4.
CY-1377A/PRC 47
1.
Perform mechanical alignment.
2.
Align 5- to 14-MHz ringer circuit.
receive
5.
1.
2.
6-10
(a) Set R54 for I watt output.
(b) Set R27 for 3.5 volts p-p at MIKE AMPL OUT jack.
(c) Set R40 so that VOX ON lamp lights.
(d) Set R46 for 20 volts pep at RX AUDIO OUT jack.
Waveshape is symmetrical.
(a) At RX AUDIO OUT jack, not less than 1 watt (18 volts
rms across 300 ohms).
(b) At +AGC jack, not less than +14 volts dc.
(c) At -AGC jack, more negative than -5.5 volts dc.
(a) Frequency response. shall not vary more than ± 3 dB
from the 1700 Hz value in range from 300 to 3000-Hz.
(b) Distortion shall be no more than 8% in range from 300to
3000-Hz.
(c) +AGC jack, not less than 7.0 volts dc in range from 300to 3000 Hz.
(d) -AGC jack, not less than-3.0 volts dc in range from 300to 3000 Hz.
+ AGC jack, not more than 0.5 volts dc.
(a) Input level not more than 0.015 volts rms At 1700 Hz for
sinusoidal output.
(b) Harmonic distortion shall not exceed 5% from 300. to
3000. Hz.
(c) Frequency response shall not vary more than ± 2.5 dB
from the 1700 Hz value in the range from 300- to 3000Hz.
Frequency response shall not vary more than ± 2.0 dB from
the 1700 Hz value in the range from 300 To 3000.Hz
(a) MIKE AMPL OUT jack, 3.5 volts peak-to-peak.
(b) MIKE AMPL OUT jack, 800 ± 50 Hz.
(c) No clicks or chirps heard in loudspeaker.
(d) VOX ON lamp lights.
(a) Set C15, C17, L6, L7, and T3 for maximum at AUDIO
OUT jack.
(b) Select value of R14, if necessary. to obtain 0.5 volts
rms at XMTR OUT jack.
(c) Set R5 and C35 for minimum carrier leakage at XMTR
OUT jack.
Read signal generator output necessary to produce 0.1 volt
rms at AUDIO OUT jack. shall not exceed 200
microvolts.
(a) Read AUDIO OUT jack. not more than 5% from 497.0 to
499.7 kHz.
(b) Oscilloscope at AUDIO OUT shows no spikes or ripple
with O.05 volt input signal and AGC switch on.
The frequency difference between -60 dB points in the pass
band shall not be more than 6.0 kHz.
Frequency response shall not vary more than 3 db above, nor 4
dB below the reference value at 498.3 kHz in the range
from 497.0 to 499.7 kHz.
(a) Set slugs of L1 L2. and L3 to a depth of 7/32 from bottom
of coil form.
(b) Set slug of L4 to depth of 5/32 from bottom of coil form.
(c) Set slug of L5 to depth of 1/4 from bottom of coil form.
(d) Set slug of L145 to depth of 9/32 from bottom of coil
form.
Set C248. C250. C252. C254. C256, C258. C260, C262,
C264 and C266 At 1-MHz increments for maximum
output at 5 to 14 MHz jack. Must Be at least 0.9 volt
peak to-peak.
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Action required
Reference standard
3.
Record oscillator output.
3.
4.
Align and track oscillator.
4.
5.
Align and adjust receive rf circuit a.
5.
6.
Align and adjust transmit rf circuits.
6.
7.
Record oscillator control isolation amplifier
output.
Perform initial settings and adjustments.
7.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Record fully loaded primary input current
using 23.0 volts dc input voltage.
Record all power supply output voltages
and the ripple content of each with 23.0
volts dc primary input power.
Record fully loaded primary input current
using 110 volts, 400-Hz primary power
source.
Record all power supply output voltages
and the ripple content of
6-11
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Output at midpoint of slug rack for each band, not less than
1.0 volt rms at VFO jack.
(a) Set inductors L125 through L144 to obtain calibration
within ± 1 kHz at each end of all bands.
(b) Record tracking deviation at 000, 250, 500, 750 and
999 on the slug rack control for each band.
Maximum deviation not more than ± 12 kHz.
Peak inductors L7-L16, L22-L31, L37-L46, and L52 L61 for
maximum if. output. Level shall not be less than
0.04 volt rms at each .5-MHz increment of all bands.
Peak inductors L5, and L67 to L76 for maximum rf output.
Level shall be between 30 and 300 millivolts rms.
(a) VFO jack, not less than 1.0 volt rms at 2.0 MHz.
(b) VFO jack, not less than 1.0 volt rms at 12.0 MHz.
(a} DC VOLTAGE meter reads in +18V, +23V, and
+26.5V positions of VOLTAGE SEL switch with HV
ON-OFF switch at OFF.
(b) DC VOLTAGE meter reads in all positions except
FIL of VOLTAGE SEL switch with HV ON/OFF
switch at ON. Ac voltmeter reads approximately 6.3
volts rms in FIL position of VOLTAGE SEL switch.
(c) Set potentiometer A5R22 to + 19.0 ± 0.4 volts dc at
test point A5J8.
(d) Set potentiometer A5R3 to -110 ± 5.5 volts dc at test
point A5J2.
(e) Set potentiometer A5R4 to -32 ± 1.6 volts dc at test
point A5J1.
Dc ammeter reads not more than 12.5 amperes.
(a) PA plate voltage: In red portion of DC VOLTAGE
meter; ripple less than 3.75 volts rms.
(b) PA screen voltage: In red portion of DC VOLTAGE
meter; ripple less than 1.5 volts rms.
(c) Driver plate voltage: In red portion of DC VOLTAGE
meter; ripple less than 0.20 volt rms.
(d) Relay voltage: In red portion of DC VOLTAGE
meter.
(e) Filtered low voltage: In red portion of DC VOLTAGE
meter; ripple less than 0.075 volt rms.
(f) Regulated voltage: In red portion of DC VOLTAGE
meter; ripple less than 0.01 volt rms. Range of
adjustment from 18.0 to 20.0 volts dc; set to 19.0 ±
0.4 volts.
(g) Filament voltage: 6.0 to 6.3 volts peak on
oscilloscope.
(h) PA bias voltage: Set to -110 ± 1.0 volts; ripple less
than 0.10 volt rms. Driver bias voltage: Set to -32.0
±0.5 volts; ripple less than 0.05 volt rms.
(j) Voltage regulator operation: Output from 18.5 to
19.5 volts dc as input is varied from 22.0 to 28.0
volts dc
Ac ammeter reads not more than 3.0 amperes with ac
mains between 97.8 and 112.2 volts at 380 to 420
Hz.
(a) Relay voltage: In red portion of DC VOLTAGE meter.
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Reference standard
(b)
each with 110 volts, 400-Hz primary
power source.
O-1032/PRC-47
1.
Perform initial settings and adjustments.
2.
3.
Record output of 3.0 MHz subassembly.
Record locked oscillator Q4 bandwidth,
and 500-kHz amplifier output levels.
Record locked oscillator Q8 bandwidth,
and 100-kHz amplifier output levels.
4.
C-4311/PRC-47'
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
1.
Record final oscillator frequency.
Record pulse generator output.
5.
1.
2.
Record 1.8- to 0.9-MHz.
2.
3.
Align and adjust crystal oscillator output.
4.
Record output of 600 - 700-kHz filter.
6-12
3.
4.
Filtered low voltage: In red portion of DC VOLTAGE
meter; ripple less than 0.075 volt rms.
(c) Regulated voltage: In red portion of DC VOLTAGE
meter; ripple less than 0.01 volt rms Range of
adjustment from 18.0 to 20.0 volts dc set at 19.0 +0.4
volts.
(d) Filament voltage: 6.9 to 6.5 volts rms on ac voltmeter.
(a) At A6J2, read 17.6 ± 1.0 volts dc.
(b) Read 35.0 ± 6.0 ma on the 20V CURRENT mater.
Not less than 0.3 volt rms
(a) Q4 stable from 2.9 to 3.1 MHz.
(b) Output at A6J3, 1.5 ± 0.2 volts rms
(c) Output at A6J4, 1.5 ± 0.2 volts rms.
(a) Q8 stable from 2.9 to 3.1 MHz.
(b) Output at A6J1, 1.5 ± 0.4 volts rms
At A6J3, output frequency is 5000,000.00 ± 0.05 Hz.
(a) 100 kHz sinewave input is 1.81 ± 0.5 volts p*p and
pulse width is 0.3 ± 0.1 us
(b) 500 kHz input is 1.5 volts p-p
(c) 1-MHz pulse output is 6.0 ± 2.5 volts p-p and fall tune
is 0.1 ± 0.03 us.
(d) Adjust capacitor C15 for minimum ripple on 1. MHz
pulse.
Output volts at 1.8 - 0.9 MHz test point must not be less than:
At 1.8 MHz, 2.3 volts p-p.
At 1.7 MHz, 3.4 volts p-p.
At 1.6 MHz, 4.3 volts p-p.
At 1.5 MHz, 3.4 volts p-p.
At 1.4 MHz, 2.8 volts p-p.
At 1.3 MHz, 2.6 volts p p.
At 1.2 MHz, 2.8 volts p-p.
At 1.1 MHz, 3.6 volts p-p.
At 1.0 MHz, 3.3 volts p-p.
At 0.9 MHz, 3.3 volts p-p.
(a) Set output of Q21 to 3.707 MHz ± 1.0 Hz.
(b) Set output at A7J1 with S2 at 00 for each position of
bandswitch S1 within ±1 Hz:
S1 at 0, 700.0 kHz
S1 at 1, 699.0 kHz
S1 at 2, 698.0 kHz
S1 at 3, 697.0 kHz
S1 at 4, 696.0 kHz
S1 at 5, 695.0 kHz
S1 at 6, 694.0 kHz
S1 at 7, 693.0 kHz
S1 at 8, 692.0 kHz
S1 at 9, 691.0 kHz
(c) Set output at A7J1 with S1 at 0 for each position of
bandswitch S2 within ± 1 Hz:
S2 at 1, 690.0 kHz
S2 at 2, 680.0 kHz
S2 at 3, 670.0 kHz
S2 at 4, 660.0 kHz
S2 at 6, 650.0 kHz
S2 at 6, 640.0 kHz
S2 at 7, 630.0 kHz
S2 at 8, 620.0 kHz
S2 at 9, 610.0 kHz
At A7J1, 0.9 to 1.3 volts pep, at each setting of S1 and S2.
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Action required
Reference standard
5.
Record output of 560 - 750-kHz filter.
5.
6.
Record frequency discriminator operation.
6.
7.
Adjust error voltages.
8.
Verify
successful
operation.
9.
antilock
circuit
7.
8.
Record SMO mixer output.
9.
At A7J4, from 575- to 725-kHz, 0.6 to 1.0 volt pep; at 650 and
775 kHz, 0.7 volts p-p. maximum, and at 500 and 800 kHz,
0.2 volts pep maximum.
(a) At A7J5, not less than 4.0 volts dc from 650 to 700
kHz; A7J6 not more than 1.5 volts for same
frequencies. At A7J5, not more than 1.6 volts dc
from 700 to 750 kHz; A7J6 not less than 4.0 volts for
same frequencies.
(b) At A7J5, not less than 4.0 volts dc from 600 to 650
kHz; A7J6 not more than 1.5 volts for same
frequencies. At A7J5, not more than 1.5 volts dc
from 660 to 700 kHz; A7J6 not less than 4.0 volts for
same frequencies.
(c) At A7J5, not less than 4.0 volts dc from 560 to 600
kHz; A7J6 not more than 1.5 volts for same
frequencies. At A7J5, not more than 1.5 volts dc
from 600 to 650 kHz; A7J6 not less than 4.0 volts for
same frequencies.
Select R144 to provide balanced 10 kHz modulation levels at
the output circuits of Q9 and Q12.
ANTI-LOCK lamp operates satisfactory and A7J4reads 1.05
volts pep.
At A7J4, 1.5 ± 0.4 volts pep throughout tuning range of
equipment.
Section II. PERFORMANCE TESTS
6-9. General
This section contains the tests and performance data
required to determine whether the repaired equipment
meets
the
original
performance
requirements
established for Radio Set AN/PRC-47.
6-10. Audio Frequency Amplifier AM-3506/PRC-47 (A8A1)
(Fig. 7-15)
a. Test Equipment and Material.
(1) Audio Oscillator TS-382/U
(2) Distortion Analyzer TS-723/U
(3) Frequency Counter AN/URM-79/U
(4) Loudspeaker LS-166/U (or Headset H233)
from AN /PRC -47
(5) Multimeter ME-26A/U
(6) Oscilloscope AN/USM-50
(7) Output Meter TS-585/U
(8) Power Supply (24 volts dc!, Harrison
6202B, or equal
(9) Power Supply (-7 volts dc), Harrison
6203B or equal
(10) Test fixture for AM-3506/PRC-47 (fig. 6-4)
(11) Voltmeter ME-30A/U
b. Test Conditions and Equipment Connections.
CAUTION
Before
connecting
the
power
supplies to the test fixture, set their
output voltages to 24.0 ± 2.0 volts
and -7.0 ± 0.5 volts respectively.
Then return the power on-off switch
to off until instructed to apply
primary power to them.
(1) Connect the audio oscillator, frequency
counter, output meter and the two power supplies to the
test fixture as shown in figure 6-11. (The connections
for the remaining test equipment are detailed in the
appropriate procedural steps below.
(2) Remove the dust cover from the module,
set all potentiometers to mid-range ill turns from either
end), and carefully insert the module into connector J1
on the test fixture.
(3) Apply primary power to all test equipment
and turn on the power control switch of each unit.
Immediately adjust the output of the 24 volts power
supply to 24.0 ± 0.5 volts dc and then place the POWER
switch of the test fixture to ON.
(4) Place the +20 V - +24 V switch to the +20
V position and observe that the MODULE CURRENT
meter reads approximately 25 ma. Place the switch to
+24 V and note the MODULE CURRENT indication is
approximately 55 ma.
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(7) Set the IMPEDANCE switch on the output
meter to 300 OHMS, and adjust the meter multiplier for
5000 milliwatts full scale.
NOTE
Perform the initial adjustments and
each of the following tests in the
order listed to avoid erroneous test
results or maladjustment of the
module gain settings.
(5) Adjust the output of the -7 volts power
supply using the SIDETONE GATE TEST jack (J3) and
the SIDETONE GATE ADJUST control on the test
fixture. The reading at J3 must be set to -7.0 ± 0.2 volts
dc. Then place the power control switch on the -7 volts
power supply to off.
(6) Permit the test equipment and the module
to stabilize for at least 5 minutes before beginning the
following procedures.
Figure 6-11. Audio Frequency Amplifier AM-3506/PRC- 47 (A8A 7 ) Performance Tests, Initial Test Equipment
Connections
c. Initial Settings and Adjustments.
(5) Reduce the output level of the audio
oscillator
to 0. Reset it to 0.010 ± 0.002 volt rms at
(1) Set the audio oscillator output frequency
MIKE
AMPL
IN jacks (J5 and J11) and adjust
to 1700 Hz and adjust the output level to 0.1 volt rms at
potentiometer
R40
(fig. 3-94) until the VOX ON lamp
RCVR AUDIO IN jacks (38 and J14).
(DS2)
on
the
test
fixture
lights
(2) Observe the output meter and adjust
(6)
Move
the
oscilloscope input to RCVR
receiver gain control R54 (fig. 3-94) until the meter
AUDIO
OUT
jacks
(J7
and
J13). Energize the- 7 volts
reads 1.0 watt output (18.0 volts rms) at RCVR AUDIO
dc
power
supply
and
reset
SIDETONE
GATE ADJUST
OUT jacks (J7 and J13).
control
for
-7.1
±
0.1
volts
dc
at
SIDETONE
GATE
(3) Move the audio oscillator and the
TEST
jack
(J3),
if
necessary.
Increase
the
output
level
frequency counter to MIKE AMPL IN jacks (J5 and J11).
of
the
audio
oscillator
to
0.1
volt
rms
at
1700
Hz.
reset the output level of the audio oscillator to 0.1 volt
(7) Adjust potentiometer R46 (fig. 3-94) until
rms at 1700 Hz, if necessary.
an
oscilloscope
deflection of 20 volts peak-to-peak is
(4) Connect the oscilloscope to MIKE AMPL
observed.
Be
sure
that the waveshape is symmetrical
OUT jacks (J6 and J12). Place the PTT switch of the
(not
clipped).
test fixture to ON and adjust microphone amplifier gain
d. Maximum Output Levels, Receive Mode.
control R27 (fig- 3-94) until a deflection of 3.5 volts
peak-to-peak is observed on the oscilloscope.
(1) Turn off the -7 volts dc power supply by
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placing SIDETONE GATE ADJUST control to OFF.
Move the audio oscillator and frequency counter to
RCVR AUDIO IN jacks (J8 and J14). Slowly increase
the level of the 1700 Hz tone until clipping is noted on
the oscilloscope display.
(2) Measure the level at RCVR AUDIO OUT
jacks (J7 and J13), using the output meter. The reading
must not be less than 1 watt in 300 ohms (18 volts rms).
(3) Measure the voltage at +AGC jack (J10)
with the multimeter. The reading must not be less than
+14.0 volts dc.
(4) Measure the voltage at -AGC jack (J9)
with the multimeter.
The reading must be more
negative than -5.5 volts dc.
e. Frequency Response and Distorsion, Receive
Mode.
(1) Connect the distortion analyzer to RCVR
AUDIO OUT jacks (J7 and J13) together with the output
meter.
(2) Set the audio oscillator output frequency
to 300 Hz and adjust the level at RCVR AUDIO IN jacks
(J8 and J14) to 0.1 volt rms.
(3) Record the audio output (in dB) and the
harmonic distortion (in %) that are present at RCVR
AUDIO OUT jacks (J7 and J13). Record the +AGC
voltage at J10 and the -AGC voltage at J9.
(4) Repeat steps (2) and (3) with the oscillator
output frequency set to 1000 1700 and 3000 Hz.
NOTE
Be sure that the audio level at RCVR
AUDIO IN jacks (38 and J14) are
maintained at 0.1 volt when the test
frequency is adjusted.
(5) The frequency response shall not vary
more than ± 3 dB from She value recorded at 1700 Hz.
(6) The harmonic distortion shall not exceed
8 % at any frequency.
(7) The +AGC voltage shall not be less than
+7.0 volts dc at any frequency.
(8) The -AGC voltage must be more negative
than -3.0 volts dc at any frequency.
f. AVC Signal Gate Operation, Receive Mode.
(1) Set the SIDETONE GATE ADJUST
control to obtain 7.0 + 0.1 volts at SIDETONE GATE
TEST jack (J3).
(2) Connect the audio oscillator and
frequency counter to RCVR AUDIO IN jacks (J8 and
J14), and adjust the output level to 0.1 volt at 1700 Hz.
(3) Note that the voltage at +AGC jack
(J10) decreases to not more than 0.5 volts dc and the
VOX ON lamp (DS2) lights when the KEY switch is
placed ON.
NOTE
If the VOX ON lamp fails to light,
adjust R40 (and R27, in extreme
cases) until it lights.
(4) Return the KEY switch to OFF and place
the SIDETONE GATE ADJUST control to OFF.
g. Harmonic Distortion and Frequency Response,
Transmit Mode.
(1) Move the audio oscillator and frequency
counter to MIKE AMPL IN jacks (J5 and J11) and adjust
the oscillator output frequency to 1700 Hz.
(2) Place the PTT switch to ON and observe
the waveform at MIKE AMPL OUT jacks (J6 and J12)
with the oscilloscope. Increase the level of the audio
oscillator output until clipping occurs on the waveform.
Reduce the output of the audio oscillator until the
clipping disappears.
(3) The voltage measured at MIKE AMPL IN
jacks (J5 and J11) must not exceed 0.015 volt rms.
(4) Maintain the level measured in step (3),
and record the frequency response and harmonic
distortion at 300, 1000, 1700 and 3000 Hz.
(5) The frequency response shall not vary
more than ± 2.5 dB from the value recorded at 1700 Hz.
(6) The harmonic distortion shall not exceed
5 % at any frequency.
h. Frequency Response at Nominal Output,
Transmit Mode.
(1) Connect the audio oscillator and
frequency counter to MIKE AMPL IN jacks (J5 and J11)
and adjust the output level to 0.1 volt rms at 1700 Hz.
(2) Maintain this output level and measure
the frequency response at 300, 1000, 1700, and 3000
Hz.
(3) The frequency response shall not vary
more than +2.0 dB from the value measured at 1700
Hz.
i. CW Oscillator Operation Test.
(1) Disconnect the audio oscillator from the
test fixture.
Connect the oscilloscope, frequency
counter, and loudspeaker (or headset) to MIKE AMPL
OUT jacks (J6 and J12). Place the PTT switch to OFF.
(2) Place the KEY switch on the test fixture to
ON and record the voltage at MIKE AMPL OUT jacks
(J6 and J12). The output voltage shall not be less than
3.5 volts peak-to-peak.
(3) Record the output frequency at jacks J6
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and J12. The cw oscillator output frequency shall be
800 ± 50 Hz.
(4) Operate the KEY switch between the
MOM ON and OFF positions and observe the
waveshape on the oscilloscope and listen to the output
tone in the loudspeaker. The tone must be free from
chirps and clicks, and the waveform shall display no
sharp transients.
(5)
When the KEY switch is held ON, the
VOX ON lamp lights.
6-11. Amplifier-Modulator AM-3507/PRC-47 (A8A2)
(fig. 7-10)
a. Test Equipment and Material.
(1) Audio Oscillator TS-382/U
(2) Converter (for spectrum analyzer),
Hewlett-Packard K15-8551B
(3) Distortion Analyzer TS-723/U
(4) Frequency Counter AN /URM -79/U
(5) Multimeter ME-26A/U
(6) Oscilloscope AN/USM-50
(7) Power Supply (24 volts dc), Harrison
6202B, or equal
(8) Power Supply (-110 volts dc), Harrison
6207B, or equal
(9) Resistance Decade Box MX-3991/V
(10) Signal Generator SG-103/URM-25F
(11) Spectrum Analyzer AN/UPM-110
(12) Test fixture for AM-3507/PRC-47 (fig. 65)
(13) Voltmeter ME 30A/U
b. Test Conditions and Equipment Connections.
CAUTION
Before
connecting
the
power
supplies to the test fixture, set their
output voltages to 26.0 ± 2.0 volts
and -110 ± 5 volts respectively. Then
return the power on-off switches to
the off position until instructed to
apply primary power to them.
(1) Connect the test instruments to the test
fixture as shown in figure 6-12. (The connections for the
remaining test equipment are detailed in the appropriate
procedural steps below.)
Figure 6-12. Amplifier-Modulator AM 3507/PRC-47 (A8A2), Performance Tests, Initial Test Equipment
Connections.
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(6) Set the audio oscillator output frequency
to 1700 Hz and adjust the level at AUDIO IN jack (J8) to
1.25 volts rms. If the voltmeter reads 0.5 ± 0.1 volt rms
at XMIT OUT jack (J8) continue to step (9) If not,
perform steps (7) and (8)
(7) Connect the resistance decade box at the
eyelets normally used to attach R14 (fig. 3-20), after
removing R14. Set the selector knobs on the decade
box to 3900 OHMS.
(8) Repeat step (6) and adjust the resistance
settings of the-resistance decade box until the voltmeter
reading specifies) is obtained.
Select a suitable
resistance and install it in the module at the eyelets from
which the original R14 was removed.
NOTE
Repeat step (6) after installation of the
replacement R14 to verify that proper
output is indeed available at XMIT OUT
jack (J4).
(9) Adjust capacitor C35 and potentiometer
R5 on the module to minimize the carrier indication on
the spectrum analyzer.
NOTE
If capacitor C35 is adjusted to either
limit, select a new value for shunting
capacitor C36 that permits an
intermediate setting. Repeat step (9), if
necessary.
d. Output, Receive.
(1) Place the XMIT-RCVR switch on the test
fixture to RCVR (the AGC and ALC BIAS switches
remain OFF).
(2) Disconnect the audio oscillator and the
spectrum analyzer converter from the test fixture and
connect the voltmeter to AUDIO OUT jack (J7)
(3) Connect the signal generator and
frequency counter to RCVR IN jack (J6) and set the
signal generator output frequency to 498.3 kHz.
(4) Adjust the output level of the signal
generator until the voltmeter reads 0.1 volt rms; then
move the voltmeter to RCVR IN jack (J6) and measure
the output level of the signal generator. The level at J6
shall not be greater than 200 microvolts.
e. Distortion, Receive.
(1) The AGC and ALC BIAS switches remain
OFF and the XMIT-RCVR switch remains in the RCVR
position.
(2) Verify that the signal generator output
frequency is 498.3 kHz and that the output is connected
to RCVR IN jack (J6).
(2) Remove the dust cover from the module,
and plug it into the test fixture.
(3) Apply primary power to all test
instruments and turn on each of the units. Immediately
adjust the output of the 24 volts power supply to 20.0 ±
1.0 volts, the output of the 7 volts power supply to 6.0 ±
0.5 volts, and the output of the 110 volts power supply
to -110 ± 3.5 volts dc.
(4) Place the POWER switch on the test
fixture to ON, the AGC and ALC BIAS switches to OFF,
the XMIT-RCVR switch to RCVR and the METER
RANGE switch to 200. Permit the test equipment and
the module to stabilize for at least 5 minutes before
beginning the following procedures.
NOTE:
Perform the initial adjustments and
each of the following tests in the
order listed to avoid erroneous test
results or maladjustment of the
module alignment.
e. Initial Settings and Adjustments.
(1) Set the signal generator to 498.3 kHz (cw
operation) and adjust the output level to 100 microvolts
at RCVR IN jack (J6) Connect the voltmeter to AUDIO
OUT jack (J7} and adjust Cl5, C17, L6, L7, and T3 for
maximum output. Record this output reading in dB for
reference below.
(2) Slowly vary the signal generator output
frequency between 497.0 and 499.7 kHz and observe
the point at which minimum output occurs.
The
minimum audio output level at J7 shall not be more than
3 dB below the reading recorded in step (1) above.
NOTE
If the minimum audio output level is
greater than 3 dB below the
maximum output level observed in
step (1), set the signal generator to
this frequency. Then readjust C15
and C17 to increase the output until
it meets the performance standard.
Repeat steps (1 ) and (2) to verify.
(3) Place the XMIT-RCVR switch on the test
fixture to XMIT (the AGC and the ALC BIAS switches
remain OFF); connect the voltmeter and spectrum
analyzer converter to the XM IT OUT jack.
(4) Connect the audio oscillator to AUDIO IN
jack (J8) Set the output frequency to 2800 Hz and adjust
the output level to 1.25 volts rms.
(5) Adjust transformer T2 (fig.
3-7) and
inductor L4 to obtain a maximum indication on the
voltmeter at XMIT OUT jack (J4).
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and record the output (in dB) with reverence to 0 dB for
the voltmeter reading in step (1). The output level shall
not increase more than 3 dB above the reference in step
(1), nor decrease more than 4 dB below that reference
at 497.0 and 499.7 kHz.
6-12. Signal Data Translator CV-1377A/PRC-47
(A8A3)
(fig. 7-11)
a. Test Equipment and Material.
(1) Gauge, overtravel 0.041-in. (fig. 6-2)
(2) Gauge, plug (depth) (fig. 6-1)
(3) Gauge, thickness 0.0.02 to 0.020-in.
(FSN 5210-031- 1504)
(4) Frequency Counter AN/URM-78/U
(5) Multimeter ME-26A/U
(6) Oscilloscope AN/USM-50
(7) Power Supply (24 volts dc) Harrison
6202B (2 required)
(8) Power Supply 1110 volts dc), Harrison
6207 B.
(9) Receiver R-1433/UR 6-6).
(10) Signal Generator SG-103/URM-25F.
(11) Test Fixture for CV-1377A/PRC-47 (fig.
(12) Test Fixture, indexing (fig. 6-7).
(13) Voltmeter ME-30A/U.
b. Test Conditions and Equipment Connections
CAUTION
Before
connecting
the
power
supplies to the test fixture, set their
output voltages to 14.0 ± 2.0 volts,
26.5 ± 2.0 volts, and -110 ± 5 volts dc
respectively. Then return the power
on-off switches to the off position
until instructed to apply primary
power to them.
(1) connect the test instruments to the test
fixture as shown in figure 6-13. (The connections for the
remaining test equipment are detailed in the appropriate
procedural step below.)
(2) Before placing the CV-1377A/PRC-47 into
the test fixture, remove the top and bottom covers from
the module.
Perform the mechanical alignment
procedures (step c ) it the slug rack or its associated
inductors have been replaced.
(3) Place all switches on the test fixture to
OFF and all of the controls to zero.
(4) Apply power to all test equipment and turn
on each of them. Place the test fixture POWER ONOFF switch to ON and reset the output of the power
supplies to 19.0 ± 1.0 volts dc at connector J 1-3, 26.5 ±
1.5 volts dc at connector J 1-4, and -110 ± 3.5 volts dc
at connector J5-E.
(3) Adjust the output level of the signal
generator until the voltmeter reads 0.1 volt rms at
AUDIO OUT jack (J7)
(4) Place the AGC switch to ON and set AGC
ADJUST control for a voltmeter reading of 0.05 volt rms
at AUDIO OUT jack (J7).
(5) Connect the distortion analyzer to AUDIO
OUT jack (J7) and observe that the harmonic distortion
does not exceed 5 %.
(6) Repeat steps (2) through (4) except adjust
the signal generator output frequency to 497.0 kHz.
Repeat with signal generator output frequency set to
499.7 kHz. The harmonic distortion observed shall not
exceed 5 % at either frequency.
(7) Disconnect the distortion analyzer and
connect the oscilloscope at AUDIO OUT jack (J7).
(8) Increase the output of the signal generator
to 0.05 volt rms and vary the signal generator output
frequency between 497 and 500 kHz.
(9) There shall be no spikes or ripple on the
audio signal and no sudden increase in output level
indicated on the oscilloscope trace.
f. Selectivity, Receive.
(1) Place the AGC and ALC BIAS switches to
OFF and the XMIT-RCVR switch to RCVR. Verify that
the voltmeter is connected to AUDIO OUT jack (J7)
(2) Verify that the signal generator output
frequency is set to 498.3 kHz and that the voltmeter
reads 0.1 volt rms.
(3) Move the voltmeter to RCVR IN jack (J6)
and increase the signal generator output level by 60 dB.
Return the voltmeter to AUDIO OUT jack (J7) and vary
the signal generator output frequency below 498.3 kHz
until the voltmeter again reads 0.1 volt rms. Record the
signal generator frequency.
(4) Adjust the signal generator output
frequency above 498.3 kHz until the voltmeter again
reads 0.1 volt rms. Record the signal generator output
frequency.
The difference between the frequency
obtained in step (4) and the frequency obtained in step
(3) shall not be greater than 6.0 kHz.
g. Frequency Response, Receive.
(1) Reduce the signal generator output and
reset the output frequency to 498.3 kHz. Adjust the
output level of the signal generator until the volmeter
reads 0.1 volt rms.
(2) Adjust the signal generator to 497.0 kHz
and record the output (in dB) with reference to 0 dB for
the voltmeter reading in step (1).
(3) Adjust the signal generator to 499.7 kHz
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Place the teat fixture POWER ON-OFF switch to OFF
and install the module in the test fixture.
(8) Return the test fixture POWER ON-OFF
switch to ON and permit the module and the test
equipment to stabilize for at least 5 minutes before
performing the remaining procedures.
(5) Measure the output voltage at connector
J3-1 and set potentiometer R6 of the test set to obtain35 ± 1.0 volts dc.
(6) Place the AVC ON-OFF switch of the test
fixture to ON and measure the output voltage at
connector J3-4. Set potentiometer R8 on the test fixture
to obtain-2.2 volts dc.
(7) After
performing
the
mechanical
alignment procedures of step c, replace the bottom
cover on the CV-1377A/PRC-47, attach the indexing
fixture to the drive coupling end of the module with the
three knurled thumbscrews.
NOTE
If
the
mechanical
alignment
procedure was performed in (7)
above, proceed directly to step d and
perform the remaining procedures in
the order listed.
Figure 6-13. Signal Data Translator CV-1377A/PRC - 47 (A8A3), Performance Tests, Initial Test Equipment
Connections.
from the bottom of the coil form (second ring on plug
gage (fig. 6-1)).
(3) Set the slug of coil L4 to a depth of
5/32inch from the bottom of the coil form (first ring on
plug gage), and set L5 slug to a depth of 1/4-inch from
the bottom of the coil form (third ring on the plug gage).
Set the slug of coil L145 to a depth of 9/32 inch (fourth
ring on the plug gage).
(4) Remove the 0.041" overtravel tool from
the slug rack, install the bottom cover of the module,
and install the module in the test fixture.
c. Mechanical Alignment.
This procedure is
performed with the module disconnected from the test
fixture. The bottom cover must be loosened and
removed to provide access to the inductor slugs. Refer
to figures 3-41, 3-96 through 3-98, and 3-105 for the
location of adjustments referred to in these procedures.
(1) Using multimeter ME-26A/U, check the
internal resistance between connector P3-3 and ground,
and between P3-4 and ground; each reading shall be
100 ohms ± 10 %
(2) Attach the 0.041" overtravel tool to the
slug rack. With the control on the indexing fixture set
for 000 (slugs fully inserted in their respective coils),
adjust L1, L2, and L3 (fig. 3-96) to a depth of 7/32-inch
NOTE
Return to paragraph 6-12 b (7) and
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(13) Rotate the switch-on the indexing fixture
to 7 and set the receiver to 10.0 MHz.
(14) Adjust capacitor C258 to provide a 10.000
MHz reading on the receiver (or frequency counter).
Readjust capacitor C258 for minimum 1-MHz ripple on
the oscilloscope wavetrain. The remaining 10.0 MHz
wavetrain amplitude shall not be less than 0.9 volt peakto-peak.
(15) Rotate the switch on the indexing fixture
to 8 and set the receiver to 11.0 M Hz.
(16) Adjust capacitor C260 to provide an
11.000 MHz reading on the receiver (or frequency
counter}. Readjust capacitor C260 for minimum 1-MHz
ripple on the oscilloscope wavetrain. The remaining
11.0 MHz wavetrain amplitude shall not be less than 0.9
volt peak-to-peak.
(17) Rotate the switch on the indexing fissure
to 9 and set the receiver to 12.0 MHz.
(18) Adjust capacitor C262 to provide a 12.000
MHz reading on the receiver (or frequency counter).
Readjust capacitor C262 for minimum 1-MHz ripple on
the oscilloscope wavetrain. The remaining 12.0 MHz
wavetrain amplitude shall not be less than 0.9 volt peakto-peak.
(19) Rotate the switch on the indexing fixture
to 10 and set the receiver to 13.0 MHz.
(20) Adjust capacitor C264 to provide a 13.000
MHz reading on the receiver (or frequency counter).
Readjust capacitor C264 for minimum 1-MHz ripple on
the oscilloscope wavetrain. The remaining 13.0 MHz
wavetrain amplitude shall not be less than 0.9 volt peakto-peak.
(21) Rotate the switch on the indexing fixture
to 11 and set the receiver to 14.0 M Hz.
(22) Adjust capacitor C266 to provide a 14.000
MHz reading on the receiver (or frequency counter}.
Readjust capacitor C266 for minimum 1-MHz ripple-on
the oscilloscope wavetrain. The remaining 14.0 MHz
wavetrain amplitude shall not be less than 0.9 volt peakto-peak.
e. Oscillator Output Test
(1) Rotate the indexing fixture switch (fig. 67)
to 2, and set the slug rack control to 500.
(2) On the test fixture, set the LOOP SEL
switch to CLOSED, place OSC CONTROL switch S1 to
0, and set OSC CONTROL switch S2 to 50.
(3) Connect the multimeter rf probe to the
test fixture VFO jack.
(4) Read the multimeter; then rotate the
switch on the indexing fixture to 3, and the OSC
CONTROL switch S1 to 1 and read the multimeter
again. Continue the simultaneous advancement of the
indexing fixture switch and the OSC CONTROL switch
S1 throughout their range. The multimeter reading shall
not be leas than 1.0 volt at any band position.
continue
the
procedures
after
performing the remaining initial
setup instructions.
d. 5- to 14- MHz Ringer Circuit Alignment.
(1) Connect the oscilloscope and receiver (or
frequency counter) and the multimeter rf probe to the 514 MHz tip jack at the right side of the upper shelf of the
test fixture.
(2) Set the switch on the indexing fixture (fig.
6-7) to 2, and the slug rack control to 000 position.
(3) On the test fixture, place the POWER
ON-OFF switch to ON, the FUNCTION SEL switch to
RCVR, the AVC switch to ON, the LOOP SEL switch to
CLOSED, and OSC CONT switches to 0 and 00.
(4) Adjust capacitor C248 (fig.
3-97) to
provide a 5.000 MHz reading on the receiver (or
frequency counter) Set the oscilloscope sweep rate to
1.0 microseconds/cm. and readjust capacitor C248 for
minimum 1-MHz ripple (amplitude modulation) on the
oscilloscope wavetrain.
The remaining 5.0 MHz
wavetrain amplitude shall be not less than 0.9 volts
peak-to-peak.
(5) Rotate the switch on the indexing fixture
to 3 and set the receiver to 6.0 MHz.
(6) Adjust capacitor C250 to provide a 6.000
M Hz reading on the receiver (or frequency counter).
Readjust capacitor C250 for minimum 1-MHz ripple on
the oscilloscope wavetrain. The remaining 6.0 MHz
wavetrain amplitude shall not be less than 0.9 volts
peak-to-peak.
(7) Rotate the switch on the indexing fixture
to 4 and set the receiver to 7.0 MHz.
(8) Adjust capacitor C252 to provide a 7.000
MHz reading on the receiver (or frequency counter).
Readjust capacitor C252 for minimum 1-MHz ripple on
the oscilloscope wavetrain. The remaining 7.0 MHz
wavetrain amplitude shall not be less than 0.9 volt peakto-peak.
(9) Rotate the switch on the indexing fixture
to 5 and set the receiver to 8.0 MHz.
(10) Adjust capacitor C254 to provide an 8.000
MHz reading on the receiver (or frequency counter).
Readjust capacitor C254 for minimum 1-MHz ripple on
the oscilloscope wavetrain. The remaining 8.0 MHz
wavetrain amplitude shall not be less than 0.9 volt peakto-peak.
(11) Rotate the switch on the indexing fixture
to 6 and set the receiver to 9.0 MHz.
(12) Adjust capacitor C256 to provide a 9.000
MHz reading on the receiver (or frequency counter).
Readjust capacitor C256 for minimum 1-MHz ripple on
the oscilloscope wavetrain. The remaining 9.0 MHz
wavetrain amplitude shall not be less than 0.9 volt peakto-peak.
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(14) Repeat steps (12) and (13) until both
frequency settings are within the °1 kHz limit specified.
(15) On the indexing fixture, set the switch to 4
and rotate the slug rack control to 000. Adjust inductor
L137 (fig. 3-105) until the vfo output is 4,500 ± 1 kHz.
(16) Rotate the slug rack control on the
indexing fixture to the 999 position and adjust inductor
L127 (fig. 3-96) until the vfo output is 5,500 ± 1 kHz.
(17) Repeat steps (16) and (17) until both
frequency settings are within the ± 1 kHz limit specified.
(18) On the indexing fixture, set the switch to 5
and rotate the slug rack control to 000. Adjust inductor
L138 (fig. 3-96) until the vfo output is 5,500 ± 1 kHz.
(19) Rotate the slug rack control on the
indexing fixture to the 999 position and adjust inductor
L128 (fig. 3-105) until the vfo output is 6,500 ± 1 kHz.
(20) Repeat steps (18) and (19) until both
frequency settings are within the ± 1 kHz km specified.
(21) On the indexing fixture, set the switch to
and rotate the slug rack control to 000. Adjust inductor
L139 (fig. 3-96) until the vfo output is 6,500 ± 1 kHz.
(22) Rotate the slug rack control on the
indexing fixture to the 999 position and adjust inductor
L129 (fig. 3-105) until the vfo output is 7,600 ± 1 kHz.
(23) Repeat steps (21) and (22) until both
frequency settings are within the ± 1 kHz limit specified.
(24) On the indexing fixture, set the switch to 7
and rotate the slug rack control to 000. Adjust inductor
L140 (fig. 3-96) until the vfo output is 7,500 ± 1 kHz.
(25) Rotate the slug rack control on the
indexing fixture to the 999 position and adjust inductor
L130 (fig. 3-105) until the vfo output is 8,600 ± 1 kHz.
(26) Repeat steps (24) and (25) until both
frequency settings are within the ± 1 kHz limit specified.
(27) On the indexing fixture, set the switch to 8
and rotate the slug rack control to 000. Adjust inductor
L141 (fig. 3-96) until the vfo output is 8,500 ± 1 kHz.
(28) Rotate the slug rack control on the
indexing fixture to the 999 position and adjust inductor
L131 (fig. 3-105) until the vfo output is 9,500 ± 1 kHz.
(29) Repeat steps (27) and (28) until both
frequency settings are within the ± 1 kHz limit specified.
(30) On the indexing fixture, set the switch to 9
and rotate the slug rack control to 000.
Adjust
f. Oscillator Alignment and Tracking Adjustment.
(1) On the test fixture, place the POWER
ON-OFF switch to OFF and the LOOP SEL switch to
OPEN.
(2) Remove the module from the test fixture
and adjust capacitor C344 (fig. 3-98) to its mechanical
midpoint.
(3) Return the test fixture POWER ON-OFF
switch to ON and adjust ERROR A ADJ and ERROR B
ADJ controls to provide 1.0 ± 0.05 volt dc at test points
J19 and J20. Record the voltage at each of these test
points.
(4) Again place the test fixture POWER ONOFF switch to OFF and install the module in the test
fixture.
(5) With the multimeter connected to J19,
close the test fixture POWER ON-OFF switch to ON
and note that the ERROR B LEVEL does not change
more than ± 0.1 volt from the reading recorded in step
(3).
(6) Move the multimeter to J20 and observe
that ERROR A LEVEL does not change more than ± 0.1
volt from the reading recorded in step (31.
(7) Adjust the receiver to 2.500 MHz and
loosely couple the receiver antenna to the VFO jack on
the test fixture.
(The frequency counter may be
connected to the test fixture VFO jack as an alternate
method.)
(8) On the indexing fixture (fig. 6-7), set the
switch to 2, and rotate the slug rack control to 000
position.
(9) Adjust inductor L135 (fig. 3-105) until the
vfo output is 2,500 ± 1 kHz.
(10) Rotate the slug rack control on the
indexing fixture to the 999 position and adjust inductor
L125 (fig. 3-96) until the vfo output is 3,500 ± 1 kHz.
(11) Repeat steps (9) and (10) until both
frequency settings are within the ± 1 kHz limit specified.
(12) On the indexing fixture, set the switch to 3
and rotate the slug rack control to 000. Adjust inductor
L136 (fig. 3-105) until the vfo output is 3,500 ± 1 kHz.
(13) Rotate the slug rack control on the
indexing fixture to the 999 position and adjust inductor
L126 (fig. 3-96) until the vfo output is 4,500 ± 1 kHz
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g. Rf Alignment, Receive Mode
(1) On the test fixture, place the FUNCTION
SEL switch to RCVR, the LOOP SEL switch to
CLOSED, and then place the POWER ON-OFF switch
to ON. Set OSC CONTROL to 0 and 09.
(2) Rotate the switch on the indexing fixture
(fig. 6-7) to 2 and set the slug rack control to the 000
position.
(3) Adjust the signal generator to 2.0 MHz,
CW operation, and connect the RF OUTPUT jack to the
RCVR ANT jack of the test fixture.
(4) Connect the voltmeter to the AUDIO OUT
jack of the test fixture and adjust the signal generator
output frequency and level controls until an indication is
obtained on the voltmeter.
(5) Adjust inductors L7, L22, L37, and L52
(fig. 3-105) to obtain maximum voltmeter reading.
Minimum limit is 0.04 volts rms.
inductor L142 (fig. 3-96) until the vfo output is 9,500 ± 1
kHz.
(31) Rotate the slug rack control on the
indexing fixture to the 999 position and adjust inductor
L132 (fig. 3-105) until the vfo output is 10,500 ± 1 kHz.
(32) Repeat steps (30) and (31) until both
frequency settings are within the ± 1 kHz limit specified.
(33) On the indexing fixture, set the switch to
10 and rotate the slug rack control to 000. Adjust
inductor L143 (fig. 3-105) until the vfo output is 10,500
± 1 kHz.
(34) Rotate the slug rack control on the
indexing fixture to the 999 position and adjust inductor
L133 (fig. 3-96) until the vfo output is 11,500 ± 1 kHz.
(35) Repeat steps (33) and (34) until both
frequency settings are within the ± 1 kHz limit specified.
(36) On the indexing fixture, set the switch to
11 and rotate the slug rack control to 000. Adjust
indictor L144 (fig. 3-105) until the vfo output is 11,500 ±
1 kHz.
(37) Rotate the slug rack control on the
indexing fixture to the 999 position and adjust inductor
L134 (fig. 3-96) until the vfo output is 12,500 ± 1 kHz.
(38) Repeat steps (36) and (37) until both
frequency settings are within the ± 1 kHz limit specified.
(39) Without further adjustment to the
inductors mentioned above, record the oscillator output
frequencies for each setting of the band switch and the
slug rack control on the indexing fixture. The maximum
allowable deviation from the desired oscillator output is
± 12 kHz within any one band.
NOTE
Adjust the output level of the signal
generator and the voltmeter scale
multiplier as required to reduce the
possibility of limiting within the
several modules.
(6) Rotate the switch of the indexing fixture to
3 and set the output of the signal generator to
approximately 3.0 MHz. Adjust the output level and
frequency of the signal generator until an indication is
obtained on the voltmeter.
(7) Adjust inductors L8, L23, L38, and L53
(fig. 3-105) to obtain maximum voltmeter reading.
Minimum limit is 0.04 volts rms.
(8) Rotate the switch of the indexing fixture to
4 and set the output of the signal generator to
approximately 4.0 MHz. Adjust the output level and
frequency of the signal generator until an indication is
obtained on the voltmeter.
(9) Adjust inductors L9, L24, L39, and L54
(fig. 3-105) to obtain maximum voltmeter reading.
Minimum limit is 0.04 volts rms.
(10) Rotate the switch of the indexing fixture to
5 and set the output of the signal generator to
approximately 5.0 MHz. Adjust the output level and
frequency of the signal generator until an indication is
obtained on the voltmeter.
(11) Adjust inductors L10, L25 L40, and L55
(fig. 3-96) to obtain maximum voltmeter reading.
Minimum limit is 0.04 volts rms.
(12) Rotate the switch of the indexing fixture to
6 and set the output of the signal generator to
approximately 6.0 MHz. Adjust the output level and
frequency of the signal generator until an indication is
obtained on the voltmeter.
(13) Adjust inductors L11, L26, L41, and
NOTE
If the frequency deviates more than
this amount from the desired value,
tracking correction is necessary. If
the majority of the bands is high (or
low) at the 500 position of the slug
rack control, adjust C344 (fig. 3-98).
If C344 fails to compensate for
tracking error, replace one or more of
the capacitors (C299, C301, C303,
C305, C307, C309, C311, C313, C315
or C317) in the shunt coil
assemblies. The low frequency end
of bands 3 through 11 (M Hz) can be
raised or lowered to a maximum
deviation of ± 8 kHz to assist in
tracking at mid-band. Do not adjust
the low -frequency end of the 2.0 M
Hz band.
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(5) Connect the rf probe of the multimeter to
RF OUT jack (J13) on the test fixture and adjust
inductor L67 (fig. 3-105) to obtain maximum output.
L56 (fig. 3-96) to obtain maximum voltmeter reading.
Minimum limit is 0.04 volts rms.
(14) Rotate the switch of the indexing fixture to
7 and set the output of the signal generator to
approximately 7.0 MHz. Adjust the output level and
frequency of the signal generator until an indication is
obtained on the voltmeter.
(15) Adjust inductors L12, L27, L42, and L57
(fig. 3-96) to obtain maximum voltmeter reading.
Minimum limit is 0.04 volts rms.
(16) Rotate the switch on the indexing fixture
to 8 and set the output of the signal generator to
approximately 8.0 MHz. Adjust the output level and
frequency of the signal generator until an indication is
obtained on the voltmeter.
(17) Adjust inductors L13, L28, L43, and L58
(fig. 3-96) to obtain maximum voltmeter reading.
Minimum limit is 0.04 volts rms.
(18) Rotate the switch of the indexing fixture to
9 and set the output of the signal generator to
approximately 9.0 MHz. Adjust the output level and
frequency of the signal generator until an indication is
obtained on the voltmeter.
(19) Adjust inductors L14, L29, L44, and L59
(fig. 3-96) to obtain maximum voltmeter reading.
Minimum limit is 0.04 volts rms.
120) Rotate the switch of the indexing fixture to 10 and
set the output of the signal generator to approximately
10.0 MHz. Adjust the output level and frequency of the
signal generator until an indication is obtained on the
voltmeter.
(21) Adjust inductors L15, L30, L45, and L60
(fig. 3-105) to obtain maximum voltmeter reading.
Minimum limit is 0.04 volts rms.
(22) Rotate the switch of the indexing fixture to
11 and set the output of the signal generator to
approximately 11.0 MHz. Adjust the output level and
frequency of the signal generator until an indication is
obtained on the voltmeter.
(23) Adjust inductors L16, L31, L46 and L61
(fig. 3-105) to obtain maximum voltmeter reading.
Minimum limit is 0.04 volts rms.
h. Rf Alignment, Transmit Mode.
(1) On the test fixture, place the FUNCTION
SEL switch to XMIT, the LOOP SEL switch to CLOSED,
then place the POWER ON-OFF switch to ON, and
OSC CONTROL switches to 0 and 00.
(2) Rotate the switch on the indexing fixture
(fig. 6-7) to 2 and set the slug rack control to the 000
position.
(3) On the top of the module, rotate the rf
gain control (R148) to its clockwise stop.
(4) Adjust the signal generator to 500 kHz,
CW operation, and connect the RF OUTPUT jack to 500
KHZ IN jack (J18) on the test fixture.
NOTE
Adjust the output level of the signal
generator as required to limit the
maximum
indication
on
the
multimeter to 80 volts rms.
(6) On the indexing fixture, rotate the slug
rack control to the 999 position. On the test fixture set
OSC CONTROL switches to 9 and 99; then adjust
inductor L5 ((fig.. 3-96) for maximum output indication.
(7) Reset the slug rack control on the
indexing fixture to the 000 position and set the OSC
CONTROL switches to 0 and 00; then repeat steps (5)
and (6) until further adjustment no longer increases the
output level.
(8) Record the signal generator output level
necessary to produce 80 volts rms at J13, as the
indexing fixture is placed at the 000, 500, and 999
positions (set OSC CONTROL switches on the test
fixture to identical values as the indexing fixture). The
output level must remain between 30 and 300 millivolts
at each setting across the band.
(9) On the indexing fixture set the switch to 3
and rotate the slug rack control to the 000 position. Set
the OSC CONTROL switches on the test fixture to 0 and
00; then adjust inductor L68 (fig. 3-105) for maximum
output voltage.
(10) Repeat step (8).
(11) On the indexing fixture, set the switch to 4
and rotate the slug rack control to its 000 position. Set
the OSC CONTROL switches on the test fixture to 0 and
00; then adjust inductor L69 (fig. 3-105) for maximum
output voltage.
(12) Repeat step (8).
(13) On the indexing fixture, set the switch to 5
and rotate the slug rack control to its 000 position. Set
the OSC CONTROL switches on the test fixture to 0 and
00; then adjust inductor L70 (fig. 3-96) for maximum
output voltage.
(14) Repeat step (8).
(15) On the indexing fixture, set the switch to 6
and rotate the slug rack control to its 000 position. Set
the OSC CONTROL switches on the test fixture to 0 and
00; then adjust inductor L71 (fig. 3-96) for maximum
output voltage.
(16) Repeat step (8).
(17) On the indexing fixture, set the switch to 7
and rotate the slug rack control to its 000 position. Set
the OSC CONTROL switches on the test fixture to 0 and
00; then adjust inductor L72 (fig. 3-96) for maximum
output voltage.
(18) Repeat step (8).
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6-13. Power Supply PP-3518/PRC-47. (A8A5)
(fig. 7-12)
a. Test Equipment and Material.
(1) Ammeter, AC (0 to 5 amperes)
(2) Ammeter, DC (0 to 1 ampere)
(3) Ammeter, DC (0 to 15 amperes)
(4) Oscilloscope AN/USM-50
(5) Power Supply (24 volts dc), Harrison
6434B or equal
(6) Multimeter ME-26A/U
(7) Test fixture for PP-3518/PRC-47
(8) Voltmeter ME-30A/U.
b. Test Conditions and Equipment Connections.
(19) On the indexing fixture, set the switch to 8
and rotate the slug rack control to its 000 position. Set
the OSC CONTROL switches on the test fixture to 0 and
00; then adjust inductor L73 (fig. 3-96) for maximum
output voltage.
(20) Repeat step (8).
(21) On the indexing fixture, set the switch to 9
and rotate the slug rack control to its 000 position. Set
the OSC CONTROL switches on the test fixture to 0 and
00; then adjust inductor L74 (fig. 3-96) for maximum
output voltage.
(22) Repeat step (8).
(23) On the indexing fixture, set the switch to
10 and rotate the slug rack control to its 000 position.
Set the OSC CONTROL switches on the test fixture to 0
and 00; then adjust inductor L76 (fig. 3-105) for
maximum output voltage.
(24) Repeat step (8).
(25) On the indexing fixture, set the switch to
11 and rotate the slug rack control to its 000 position.
Set the OSC CONTROL switches on the test fixture to 0
and 00; then adjust inductor L76 (fig. 3-105) for
maximum output voltage.
(26) Repeat step (8).
CAUTION
Before connecting the Harrison
6434B power supply to the test
fixture, set its output voltage to 24.0
± 2.0 volts dc. Return the power onoff switch of this power supply to off
until instructed to apply primary
power to it.
(1) Connect the ac primary power sources to
the test set with the ac ammeter properly connected to
the 115 volts ac 400 Hz mains. (See fig. 6-14.)
NOTE
Potentiometer R148 may be adjusted
to compensate for out-of-tolerance
operation. Care should be taken to
recheck critical frequencies to assure
that they remain in tolerance after
this adjustment.
(27) Disconnect the signal generator from the
500 KHZ IN jack of the test fixture.
Adjust
potentiometer R150 (fig. 3-96) for minimum output
voltage on the multimeter.
i. Oscillator Control Isolation Amplifier Test.
(1) Connect the multimeter rf probe to the
test set VFO jack.
(2) On the test fixture, place the FUNCTION
SEL switch to RCVR, the AVC switch to ON, the LOOP
SEL switch to CLOSED, OSC CONTROL switch S1 to 0
and OSC CONTROL switch S2 to 00; then place the
POWER ON-OFF switch to ON.
(3) Set the switch on the indexing fixture (fig.
6-7) to 2 and rotate the slug rack control to the 000
position.
(4) Record the output voltage at VFO jack.
This voltage shall not be less than 1.0 volt rms.
(5) Set the switch on the indexing fixture to
11 and leave the slug rack control at the 000 position.
On the test fixture, place the OSC CONTROL switch S1
to 9 and OSC CONTROL switch S2 to 00.
(6) Repeat step (4).
NOTE
Observe that the current transformer,
if used, has the proper turns ratio for
the ammeter.
WARNING
Never permit the secondary of the
current transformer to remain opencircuited with power applied to the
primary power source.
Fatal
voltages can exist across this
winding.
(2) Connect the dc power supply to the test
fixture with the 0 to 15 ampere dc ammeter connected
to the positive (+) lead from this power supply. (See fig.
6-14.)
NOTE
If an ammeter shunt is required with
the dc ammeter being used, be sure
that the voltage drop and current
rating match the dc ammeter.
(3) Connect the remainder of the test
instruments to the test fixture as shown in figure 614.
(4) Remove the top cover from the PP3518/PRC-47 power supply module to be tested, and
install this module in the connector on top of the test
fixture.
(5) On the test fixture, place the HV ON-OFF
switch to OFF, the +23V ON-OFF switch to OFF, and
the VOLTAGE SEL switch to
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Personal injury or death can result.
Be careful.
NOTE
Perform the initial adjustments and
each of the following tests in the
order listed to avoid erroneous test
results or maladjustment of the
control settings.
+19V. Then place the BLOWER ON-OFF switch to ON
and set 115VAC ON-OFF switch to ON. Observe that
the text fixture blower is running, and 115 VAC lamp is
lit.
WARNING
Voltages to 1500 volts are present in
the PP-3518/PRC-47 power supply
module.
Figure 6-14. Power Supply PP-3518/PRC-47 (A8A5 ), Performance Tests, Initial Test Equipment Connections.
(3) Place the HV ON-OFF switch to OFF,
return the VOLTAGE SEL switch on the test fixture to
+19V position, and apply primary power to the Harrison
6434B power supply. Then place the test set +23V ONOFF switch to ON
(4) Connect the multimeter to the output
terminals of the Harrison 6434B power supply and adjust
the terminal voltage to 23.0 ± 0.25
c. Initial Settings and Adjustments.
(1) Rotate the VOLTAGE SEL switch to all
positions and note that an indication is obtained on the
DC VOLTAGE meter only at the +19V, +23V, and
+26.5V positions. (Ignor the ac voltmeter at this timed)
(2) Place the HV ON-OFF switch to ON and
note that an indication is obtained on the DC VOLTAGE
meter in all positions of the VOLTAGE SEL switch
except FIL The ac voltmeter indicates approximately 6.3
volts when VOLTAGE SEL is in the FIL position.
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(2) The ac voltmeter shall read not more than
0.20 volt rms.
i. Relay Voltage.
(1) On the test fixture, place the HV ON -OFF
switch to OFF and rotate the VOLTAGE SEL switch to
+26.5V.
(2) The DC VOLTAGE meter shall indicate in
the red portion of the meter scale.
j. Filtered Low Voltage.
(1) Rotate the VOLTAGE SEL switch to
+23V. The DC VOLTAGE meter shall indicate in the
red portion of the meter scale.
(2) The ac voltmeter shall read not more than
0.075 volt rms.
k. Regulated Voltage.
(1) Rotate the VOLTAGE SEL switch to
+19V. The DC VOLTAGE meter shad indicate in the
red portion of the meter scale.
(2) The ac voltmeter shall read not more than
0.010 volt rms.
(3) Connect the multimeter to test jack J8
(fig. 3-11) on Power Supply PP-3518/PRC-47. On the
test fixture, place HV ON-OFF switch to ON and adjust
A5R22 (fig. 3-11) to the counterclockwise stop and then
to the clockwise stop. The multimeter shall read not
more than 18 volts dc nor less than 20 volts dc at the
mechanical end stops respectively.
(4) Readjust A5R22 until the multimeter
reads 19.0 + 0.4 volts dc; then return the HV ON-OFF
switch on the test fixture to OFF.
l. Filament Voltage.
(1) Rotate the VOLTAGE SEL switch to FIL.
(2) Connect
the
oscilloscope
to
AC
VOLTAGE jacks on the test fixture in place of the ac
voltmeter; then place the HV ON-OFF switch to ON. ;
(3) The oscilloscope shall indicate between
6.0 and 6.3 volts ac peak.
(4) Return the HV ON-OFF switch on the test
fixture to OFF and disconnect the oscilloscope.
m. Power Amplifier Bias Voltage.
(1) Connect the ac voltmeter to the AC
VOLTAGE jacks on the test fixture and rotate the
VOLTAGE SEL switch to -110V
(2) Connect the multimeter to test jack J2 on
Power Supply PP-3518/PRC-47.
(3) Place the HV ON-OFF switch to ON and
adjust A5R3 (fig. 3-11 ) to -110 ± 1.0 volts.
(4) The ac voltmeter shall read not more than
0.10 volt rms.
(5) Return the HV ON-OFF switch to OFF
and disconnect the multimeter.
n. Driver Bias Voltage.
(1) Rotate the VOLTAGE SEL switch to - 32V
volts dc. Then move the multimeter dc lead to test jack
J8 (fig. 3-11) on Power Supply PP-3518/PRC-47.
(6) Adjust potentiometer A5R22 (fig. 3-11)
until the multitester reads 19.0 ± 0.4 volts dc.
(6) Connect the multimeter negative ( - ) lead
to test jack J2 (fig. 3-11) on Power Supply PP3518/PRC-47.
(7) Adjust potentiometer A5R3 (fig. 3-11)
until the multimeter reads -110 + 5.5 volts dc.
(8) Connect the multimeter negative ( - ) lead
to test jack J1 (fig. 3-11) on Power Supply PP3518/PRC-47.
(9) Adjust potentiometer A5R4 {fig. 3-11)
until the multimeter reads-32 ± 1.6 volts dc.
d. Performance Tests, 26.5-volts DC Primary
Power Source. The tests listed in paragraphs e to o are
to be conducted in the sequence shown after these
initial conditions have been satisfied.
(1) Connect the test equipment to the test
fixture as shown in figure 6-14 using the 0- to 15 ampere
dc ammeter.
(2) Install Power Supply PP-3518/PRC-47 in
the test fixture; then apply power to the Harrison 6434B
power supply.
(3) On the test fixture, place the BLOWER
ON-OFF switch to ON, rotate the VOLTAGE SEL switch
to +19V, the +23V ON-OFF switch to ON, and then set
the HV ON-OFF switch to ON .
(4) Adjust the terminal voltage of the Harrison
6434B power supply to 23.0 ± 0.25 volts .
(5) Record the data required in paragraphs e
through o below and compare with the reference
standard .
e. Input Current. The dc ammeter shall indicate
not more than 12.5 amperes.
f. Power Amplifier Plate Voltage.
(1) Rotate the VOLTAGE SEL switch to
+1500V. The DC VOLTAGE meter shall indicate in the
red portion of the meter scale.
(2) The ac voltmeter shall read not more than
3.75 volts rms.
g. Power Amplifier Screen Voltage.
(1) Rotate the VOLTAGE SEL switch to
+650V. The DC VOLTAGE meter shall indicate in the
red portion of the meter scale.
(2) The ac voltmeter shall read not more than
1.50 volts rms
h. Driver Plate Voltage.
(1) Rotate the VOLTAGE SEL switch to
+300V. The DC VOLTAGE meter shall indicate in the
red portion of the meter scale
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(2) Connect the multimeter to test jack J1 on
Power Supply PP-3518/PRC-47.
(3) Place the HV ON-OFF switch to ON and
adjust A5R4 (fig. 3-11) to -32.0 ± 0.5 volts.
(4) The ac voltmeter shall read not more than
0.05 volt rms.
(5) Return the HV ON-OFF switch to OFF
and disconnect the multimeter.
o. Voltage Regulator Operation.
(1) On the test fixture, place the HV ON-OFF
switch to ON.
(2) Connect the multimeter to the output
terminals of the Harrison 6434B power supply and adjust
the terminal voltage to 22.0 ± 0.1 volts.
(3) Move the multimeter to test jack J8 (fig.
3-11) on Power Supply PP-3518/PRC-47. The voltage
at J8 shall read not less than 18.5 volts dc nor more
than 19.5 volts dc.
(4) Repeat step (2) except set terminal
voltage of Harrison 6434B power supply to 28.0 ± 0.1
volts dc
(5) Repeat step (3). Multimeter readings
same as shown in step (3).
p. Performance Tests, 110-Volts, 400-Hz Primary
Power Source. The tests listed in paragraph q through u
are to be conducted in the sequence shown after these
initial conditions are satisfied:
(1) Connect the test equipment to the test
fixture as shown in figure 6- 14 using the ac ammeter in
the 115-volts, 400-Hz mains.
(2) Install Power Supply PP-3518/PRC-47 in
the test fixture.
NOTE
Do not apply primary power to the
Harrison 6434B power supply.
(3) On the test fixture, place the BLOWER
ON-OFF switch to ON, rotate the VOLTAGE SEL switch
to +19V, the +23V switch to OFF, and then set the HV
ON-OFF switch to ON.
(4) Record the data required in paragraphs q
through u below and compare with the reference
standard.
q. Input Current. The ac ammeter shall indicate
not more than 3.0 amperes when the ac main is 97.8 to
112.2 volts at 380- to 420-Hz.
r. Relay Voltage.
(1) On the test fixture, place the HV ON-OFF
switch to OFF and rotate the VOLTAGE SEL switch to
+26.5V.
(2) The DC VOLTAGE meter shall indicate in
the red portion of the meter scale.
s. Filtered Low Voltage.
(1) Rotate the VOLTAGE SEL switch to
+23V. The DC VOLTAGE meter shall indicate in the
red portion of the meter scale.
(2) The ac voltmeter shall read not more than
0.075 volt rms.
t. Regulated Voltage.
(1) Rotate the VOLTAGE SEL switch to
+19V. The DC VOLTAGE meter shall indicate in the
red portion of the meter scale.
(2) The ac voltmeter shall read not more than
0.010 volt rms.
(3) Connect the multimeter to test jack J8
(fig. 3-11) on Power Supply PP-3518/PRC-47. On the
test fixture, place the HV ON-OFF switch to ON and
adjust A5R22 to the counterclockwise stop, and then to
the clockwise stop. The multimeter shall read not more
than 18 volts dc nor less than 20 volts dc at the
mechanical end stops respectively.
(4) Readjust A5R22 for 19.0 ± 0.4 volts dc;
then return the HV ON-OFF switch to OFF.
u. Filament Voltage.
(1) Rotate the VOLTAGE SEL switch to FIL,
and place the HV ON-OFF switch to ON.
(2) The ac voltmeter shall read 5.9 to 6.5
volts rms.
(3) Return the HV ON-OFF switch to OFF.
6-14. Radio Frequency Oscillator 0-1032/PRC-47
(A8A6)
(fig. 7-13)
a. Test Equipment and Material.
(1) Frequency Counter AN/URM-79/U
(2) Multimeter ME-26A/U
(3) Oscilloscope AN/USM-50
(4) Power Supply (24 volts dc) Harrison
6202B (or equal)
(5) Signal Generator SG-103/URM-25F
(6) Test fixture for 0-1032/PRC-47
b. Test Conditions and Equipment Connection
CAUTION
Before connecting the power supply
to the test fixture, set the output
voltage to 19.0 ± 2.0 volts; then
return the power on-off switch to the
off position until instructed to apply
primary power.
(1) Connect the test instruments to the test
fixture as shown in figure 6-15. (The connections for the
remaining test equipment are detailed in the appropriate
procedural steps below.)
(2) Before placing the O-1032/PRC-47 into
the test fixture, remove the module cover. Install
module in test fixture.
(3) Place the power on-off switch of the
power supply to on and then place the +20 V ON-OFF
switch to ON.
(4) Adjust the output voltage of the power
supply to 20.0 ± 0.2 volts dc.
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Figure 6-15. RF Oscillator O-1032/PRC-47 (A8A6), Performance Tests, Initial Test Equipment Connections.
(4) Place the +20V ON-OFF switch on the
test fixture to ON; then set the signal generator output
frequency to 3.000 MHz.
(5) Using the rf probe of the multimeter,
adjust the signal generator output level {at the base of
locked oscillator Q4) to the value measured in step c (3)
above.
c. Initial Settings and Adjustments.
(1) Connect the multimeter dc probe to test
point J2 on the module and record the reading obtained.
This value must be 17.5 ± 1.0 volts dc.
(2) Press the PUSH TO READ pushbutton on
the front of the test fixture and read the current drawn by
the module. The +20V CURRENT meter must read
35.0 ± 5.0 milliamperes.
(3) Connect the multimeter rf probe and the
frequency counter to the junction of Q4, R23, and R24
(fig.
3-53) and record the output voltage of the
temperature compensated oscillator. This voltage shall
not be less than 0.3 volt rms and the output frequency
shall be approximately 3.0 MHz.
NOTE
Do not adjust or calibrate the
temperature compensated oscillator
at this time.
Final calibration
procedures are detailed in step g.
d. Locked Oscillator, Divider, and Output Amplifier
Performance.
(1) On the test fixture, place the +20 ON-OFF
switch to OFF.
(2) Carefully disconnect the inner conductor
of the miniature coaxial cable from the junction of Q4R23-R24 (fig. 3-53).
(3) Connect the frequency counter to the
output of the signal generator; then connect the open
end of capacitor C1 to the terminal in the module from
which the coaxial cable was disconnected.
NOTE
Be sure to maintain this output level
for the remainder of this test.
(6) A stable 6:1 Lissajous pattern must be
obtained on the oscilloscope. If not, perform the locked
oscillator and 500-kHz amplifier adjustments in step e
before continuing.
(7) Vary the signal generator frequency from
2.90 to 3.10 MHz while observing-the oscilloscope
display. The 6:1 Lissajous pattern must remain clear
and stable throughout the signal generator output
frequency excursion.
(8) Connect the rf probe of the multimeter to
test jack J3 on the module and record the 500 kHz
output voltage. Repeat the measurement at test jack J4
on the module. The multimeter shall read 1.5 ± 0.2
volts rms. If not, perform the locked oscillator and 500
kHz amplifier adjustments in step e before continuing.
(9) Connect the vertical input of the
oscilloscope to the 100 KHZ A1 connector on the front
panel of the test fixture. (Do not disturb the signal
generator and frequency counter con nections in the
module.)
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(10) A clear, stable 5:1 Lissajous pattern must
be displayed on the oscilloscope. If not, perform the
locked oscillator and 100-kHz amplifier adjustments in
step f before continuing.
(11) Connect the rf probe of the multimeter to
test jack J1 on the module and record the 100 kHz
output voltage. The multimeter shall read 1.5 ± 0.4
volts rms. If not, perform the locked oscillator and 100kHz amplifier adjustments in step f before continuing.
(12) Repeat step (7) and observe that the 5:1
Lissajous pattern remains stable and clear through the
frequency excursion.
(13) Disconnect the test equipment from the
module; place the +20V ON-OFF switch on the test
fixture to OFF, and reconnect the center conductor of
the miniature coaxial cable removed in step (2) above.
e. Locked Oscillator Q4 and 500-kHz Amplifier
Adjustments.
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resistors R30 and R45 from the
tables below.
(1) On the test fixture, place the +20V ONOFF switch to OFF, and remove the O-1032/PRC-47
from the test fixture.
(2) Disconnect the miniature coaxial cable
from the junction of Q4-R23-R24 as in step d (2) unless
it has already been removed, and then replace the
module in the test fixture.
(3) Connect the test equipment to the test
fixture as shown in figure 6-15 and connect the open
end of capacitor C1 to the terminal in the module from
which the coaxial cable was just removed.
(4) Return the +20V ON-OFF switch on the
test fixture to ON; then set the signal generator output
frequency to 3.0 MHz. Adjust the output level of the
signal generator at the base of the locked oscillator (Q4)
to the value measured in step c (3).
NOTE
Perform these procedures only if the
stability or output level of the 500
kHz amplifier circuits is deficient.
The locked oscillator and amplifier
adjustments are performed by
selecting
specific
values
for
capacitors C14, C20, C25 and
NOTE
Maintain this output level through
the remainder of this adjustment
procedure.
(5) A clear, stable 6:1 Lissajous pattern must
be observed as the signal generator is varied from 2.90
through 3.10 MHz. Select a value of capacitance for
C14 from the following table that provides this pattern
(refer to fig. 3-53 and 7-13 for part locations).
Capacitor Selection Table
Value
5 ± 0.5 pf
10 ± 0.5 pf
12 ± 0.6 pf
15 ± 0.7pf
18 ± 0.9 pf
20 ± 1.0 pf
22 ± 1.1 pf
24 ± 1.2 pf
27 ± 1.3 pf
30 ± 1.5 pf
33 ± 1.6 pf
36 ± 1.8 pf
39 ± 1.9 pf
43 ± 2.1 pf
47 ± 2.3 pf
51 ± 2.5 pf
56 ± 2.8 pf
62 ± 3.1 pf
68 ± 3.4 pf
75 ± 3.7 pf
82 ± 4.1 pf
91 ± 4.5 pf
100 ± 5,0 pf
110 ± 5.5 pf
Part No.
DM 15C050D01
DM 15C100J01
DM 15C120J01
DM 15C150J01
DM 15C180J01
CM05E200J03
CM05E220J03
CM05E240J03
CM05E270J03
CM05E300J03
CM05E330J03
CM05E360J03
CM05E390J03
CM05E430J03
CM05E470J03
CM05E510J03
CM05E560J03
CM05E620J03
CM05E680J03
CM05E750J03
CM05E820J03
CM05E910J03
CM05E101J03
CM05E111J03
Value
120 ± 6.0 pf
130 ± 6.5 pf
140 ± 1.4 pf
150 ± 7.5 pf
160 ± 8.0 pf
169 ± 1.7 pf
180 ± 9.0 pf
190 ± 1.9 pf
200 ± 10.0 pf
220 ± 11.0 pf
240 ± 12.0 pf
270 ± 13.5 pf
300 ± 15.0 pf
330 ± 16.5 pf
360 ± 18.0 pf
390 ± 19.5 pf
430 ± 21.5 pf
470 ± 23.5 pf
510 ± 25.5 pf
560 ± 28.0 pf
620 ± 31.0 pf
750 ± 37.5 pf
820 ± 41.0 pf
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Part No.
CMO5E121J03
CM05E131J03
DM15E141F0500WV4CR
CM05F151J03
CM05F161J03
DM15E1690F0300WV4CR
CM05F181J03
DM15E191F0500WV4CR
CM05F201J03
CM05F221J03
CM05F241J03
CM05F271J03
CM05F301J03
CM05F331J03
CM05F361J03
CM05F391J03
DM15F43 lJ03
DM15F471J03
DM15F511J03
DM15F561J300WV4CR
DM15F621J300WV4CR
CM05F751J03
DM15F821J0300WV4CR
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(7) Connect the rf probe of the multimeter to
test jack J3 of the 0-1032/PRC-47 (fig. 3-53) and select
a value of capacitance for C20 (fig. 3-53 and fig. 7-13)
from the table above that provides maximum voltage at
J3.
(8) The multimeter reading in step (7) must
read 1.5 ± 0.2 volts rms. Adjust the value of R30 using
the selections from the table below to obtain this output
reading.
Figures 3-53 and 7-13 locate the parts
involved in this procedure.
NOTE
A more rapid selection of resistor
and capacitor values can be made if
the component is clipped into the
circuit temporarily.
All selections
may be soldered at the conclusion of
the procedure just before final retest.
(6) Adjust the signal generator output
frequency to 2970 kHz at the output level established in
step (4).
Resistor Selection Table
Value
2700 ± 270 ohms
3300 ± 330 ohms
3900 ± 390 ohms
4700 ± 470 ohms
5600 ± 560 ohms
6800 ± 680 ohms
8200 ± 820 AA ohms
Part No.
RC07GF272K
RC07GF332K
RC07GF392K
RC07GF472K
RC07GF562K
RC07GF682K
RC07GF822K
Value
10000 ± 1000 ohms
12000 ± 1200 ohms
16000 ± 1500 ohms
18000 ± 1000 ohms
22000 ± 2200 ohms
27000 ± 2700 ohms
Part No.
RC07GF103K
RC07GF123K
RC07GF153K
RC07GF183K
RC07GF223K
RC07GF273K
(3) A clear, stable 5:1 Lissajous pattern must
be observed as the signal generator is varied from 2.90
to 3.10 MHz. Select a value of capacitance for C29
from the capacitor selection table above that provides
this clear, stable 5:1 pattern. (Refer to figs. 3-52 and 713 for part locations. )
(4) Adjust the signal generator output
frequency to 2970 kHz and maintain the output level
used in step 12).
(5) Connect the rf probe of the multimeter to
test jack J1 of the module (fig. 3-52) and select a value
of capacitance for C34 (figs 3-52 and 7-13) from the list
in the capacitor selection table above that provides
maximum output at J1.
(6) The multimeter reading in step (5) must
read 1.5 ± 0.4 volts rms. Adjust the value of resistance
for R46 {using the selections from the table above to
obtain this output reading). Figures 3-53 and 7-13
locate the parts involved in this procedure.
(7) Repeat the procedure of step d after
permanently soldering all resistors and capacitors in
place within the module.
(8) Proceed to step d (12)
g. final Frequency Calibration.
(1) Before beginning this procedure, attach
the cover to the module and install the O-1032/PRC-47
in the test fixture.
(2) Connect the frequency counter to
connector 500 KHZ A3 on the test fixture, and then
place the +20V ON-OFF switch to ON.
(9) Move the rf probe of the multimeter to test
jack J4 of the module (fig. 3-53) and select a value of
capacitance for C25 (figs. 3-53 and 7-13) from the list
in the capacitor selection table above until maximum
output voltage is obtained at 2970 kHz.
(10) The multimeter reading in step (9) must
read 1.5 ± 0.2 volts rms. Adjust the value of resistance
for R45 using the values listed in the resistor selection
table above to obtain this output reading. (Figures 3-53
and 7-13 show the locations of parts.)
(11) At the conclusion of these adjustments,
solder all resistors and capacitors and repeat the
procedures listed in step d.
f. Locked Oscillator Q8 and 100-kHz Amplifier
Adjustment.
NOTE
Perform these procedures only if the
stability or output level of the 100kHz amplifier circuits is deficient.
The locked oscillator and amplifier
adjustments are performed by
selecting
specific values for
capacitors C29 and C34 and resistor
R46.
(1) Connect the oscilloscope horizontal input
to the test fixture at connector 500 KHZ A2, and connect
the oscilloscope vertical input to the test fixture at
connector 100 KHZ A1.
NOTE
The signal generator and frequency
counter remain connected to the
junction of Q4-R23-R24 (fig. 3-53) as
in step d (3).
(2) Adjust the signal generator output
frequency to 3.00 MHz and set the output level to the
value established in step c(3)
NOTE
Do not begin the calibration
procedure for at least 1 hour. The
unit must be
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thoroughly stabilized before each
calibration.
(3) Measure the output frequency at
connector 500 KHZ A3.
The reading must be
500,000.00 ± 0.05 Hz. Adjust capacitor C1 (on top of
the module) until this reading is obtained.
6-16. Oscillator Control C-4311/PRC-47 (A8A7)
(fig. 7-14)
a. Test Equipment and Material.
(1) Frequency Counter AN/URM-79/U
(2) Multimeter ME-26A/U
(3) Oscilloscope AN/USM-50
(4) Power Supply 124 volts dc) Harrison
6202B (or equal)
(5) Signal Generator SG-103/URM-25F (2)
required)
(6) Test fixture for C-4311/PRC-47 with
Radio Frequency Oscillator 0-1032/PRC-47 installed.
b. Test Conditions and Equipment Connections.
CAUTION
Before connecting the power supply
to the test fixture, set the output
voltage to 19.0 ± 2.0 volts dc; then
return the power on-off switch to the
off position until instructed to apply
primary power.
(1) Connect the test equipment to the test
fixture es shown in figure 6-16. (The connections for the
remaining test instruments are detailed in the
appropriate procedural steps below.)
(2) Verify that Radio Frequency Oscillator 01032/PRC-47 is seated securely in its connector within
the test fixture.
(3) Before installing Oscillator Control C4311/PRC-47 in the test fixture, remove the top cover.
NOTE
Verify that the coupling halfs on the
drive end of the C-4311 /PRC-47 are
in the positions shown in figure 3-63
and that the controls (S1 and S2) on
the front of the test fixture are in
positions O and OO respectively
before installing the module in its
connector.
(4) Carefully install the module in the test
fixture and place the power ON-OFF switch to ON. Turn
on the power supply and adjust the output voltage of the
24-volts dc power supply to 20.0 ± 0.2 volts dc.
Figure 6-16. Oscillator Control C-4311/PRC-47 (A8A7) , Performance Tests, Initial Test Equipment Connections.
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(4) On the front panel of the test fixture,
leave switch S1 at O and rotate switch S2 one complete
revolution clockwise to a reading of 1.0.
(5) Adjust capacitor C88 (fig. 3-104) for
minimum 100-kHz modulation on the oscilloscope trace
and observe that the waveform amplitude is not less
than 3.4 volts peak-to-peak and the frequency counter
indicates 1.7 MHz.
(6) Repeat step (4) except rotate switch S2
one complete revolution clockwise to a reading of 2.0.
(7) Adjust capacitor C86 (fig. 3-104) for
minimum 100-kHz modulation on the oscilloscope trace
and observe that the waveform amplitude is not less
than 4.3 volts peak-to-peak and the frequency counter
indicates 1.6 MHz.
(8) Repeat step (4) except rotate switch S2
one complete revolution clockwise to a reading of 3.0.
(9) Adjust capacitor C84 {fig. 3-104) for
minimum 100-kHz modulation on the oscilloscope trace
and observe that the waveform amplitude is not less
than 3.4 volts peak-to-peak and the frequency counter
indicates 1.5 MHz.
(10) Repeat step (4) except rotate switch S2
one complete revolution clockwise to a reading of 4.0.
(11) Adjust capacitor C82 (fig. 3-104) for
minimum 100-kHz modulation on the oscilloscope trace
and observe that the waveform amplitude is not less
than 2.8 volts peak-to-peak and the frequency counter
indicates 1.4 MHz.
(12) Repeat step (4) except rotate switch S2
one complete revolution clockwise to a reading of 5.0.
(13) Adjust capacitor C80 (fig. 3-103) for
minimum 100-kHz modulation on the oscilloscope trace
and observe that the waveform amplitude is not less
than 2.6 volts peak-to-peak and the frequency counter
indicates 1.3 MHz.
(14) Repeat step (4) except rotate switch S2
one complete revolution clockwise to a reading of 6.0.
(15) Adjust capacitor C78 (fig. 3-103) for
minimum 100-kHz modulation on the oscilloscope trace
and observe that the waveform amplitude is not less
than 2.8 volts peak-to-peak and the frequency counter
indicates 1.2 MHz.
(16) Repeat step (4) except rotate switch S2
one complete revolution clockwise to a reading of 7.0.
(17) Adjust capacitor C76 (fig. 3-103) for
minimum 100-kHz modulation on the oscilloscope trace
and observe that the waveform amplitude is not less
than 3.6 volts peak-to-peak and the frequency counter
indicates 1.1 MHz.
(18) Repeat step (4) except rotate switch S2
one complete revolution clockwise to a reading of 8.0.
(19) Adjust capacitor C74 (fig. 3-103) for
minimum 100-kHz modulation on the oscilloscope
c. Pulse Generator Output.
(1) Connect the vertical input of the
oscilloscope and the frequency counter to 100 kHz
sinewave input test point (fig. 3-83) and verify that the
amplitude of the waveform is 1.8 ± 0.5 volts peak-topeak, and that the pulse width is 0.3 ± 0.1 microsecond.
NOTE
The pulse width is the interval
between the points on the wave-form
where 10 % of the peak amplitude
occurs.
(2) Connect the oscilloscope and frequency
counter to the 500 kHz input test point (fig. 3-83) and
verify that a 500-kHz sinewave signal of approximately
1.5 volts peak-to-peak is present.
(3) Connect the vertical input of the
oscilloscope and the frequency counter to the 1 MHz
pulses test point (fig. 3-83) and verify that the amplitude
of the waveform is 6.0 ± 2.5 volts peak-to-peak, and that
the pulse fall time is 0.1 ± 0.03 microsecond.
NOTE
The pulse fall time is the total
interval required for the wave to
return to the base line from its peak
value.
(4) With the oscilloscope connected as in
step (3), adjust capacitor C15 (fig. 3-102) for minimum
500 kHz signal in the 1 MHz pulses. Repeat step (3) if a
major adjustment is made.
d. 1.8- to 0.9-MHz Ringer Circuit Alignment.
NOTE
Verify that the ringer circuit is
operating properly and not merely
oscillating.
If oscillating, the
frequency will change smoothly as
the setting of the trimmer capacitor
is varied. If ringing, the wavetrain
will
he
ragged
until
proper
adjustment of the trimmer is
obtained, and then the wavetrain will
stabilize.
(1) Verify that switches S1 and S2 on the
front panel of the test fixture are at O and OO
respectively.
(2) Adjust the oscilloscope sweep rate to 10
microseconds per centimeter and connect the vertical
input and the frequency counter to the 1.8 - 0.9 MHz
input test point (fig. 3-83).
(3) Adjust capacitor C90 (fig. 3-104) for
minimum 100-kHz modulation on the oscilloscope trace
and observe that the waveform amplitude is not less
than 2.3 volts peak-to-peak and that the frequency
counter indicates 1.8 MHz.
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trace and observe that the waveform amplitude is not
less 3.3 volts peak-to-peak and the frequency counter
indicates 1.0 MHz.
(20) Repeat step (4) except rotate switch S2
one complete revolution clockwise to a reading of 9.0.
(21) Adjust capacitor C72 (fig. 3-103) for
minimum 100-kHz modulation on the oscilloscope trace
and observe that the waveform amplitude is not less
than 3.3 volts peak-to-peak and the frequency counter
indicates 0.9 MHz.
e. Crystal Oscillator Alignment.
(1) Set switches S1 and S2 on the front panel
of the test fixture to O and OO respectively.
(2) Attach clips to the leads of a 0.01
microfarad capacitor and install it from the outer case of
variable capacitor C131 (fig. 3-100) to chassis ground
(module drive end plate).
(3) Place the frequency counter input probe
at the base of transistor Q21 (common junction of C100,
C101, R111, and R112 on fig. 3-59) and verify that
oscillator Q21 output frequency is 3,707,000.00 ± 1.0
Hz. If not, adjust capacitor C133 (fig. 3-101) on the
bottom of the module to obtain this reading.
(4) Remove the 0.01 microfarad capacitor
installed in step (2) and connect the oscilloscope vertical
input and the frequency counter to jack J1 (fig. 3-100).
Verify that the output frequency is 700,000.00 ± 1.0 Hz.
If not, adjust capacitor C113 (fig. 3-101) on the bottom
of the module to obtain this reading.
(5) Repeat step (4) with switch S1 on the
front of the test fixture at 1. Verify that the output
frequency is 699,000.00 ± 1.0 Hz. If not, adjust
capacitor C115 (fig. 3-101) on the bottom of the module
to obtain this reading.
(6) Repeat step (4) with switch S1 on the
front of the test fixture at 2. Verify that the output
frequency is 698,000.00 ± 1.0 Hz. If not, adjust
capacitor C117 (fig. 3-101) on the bottom of the module
to obtain this reading.
(7) Repeat step (4) with switch S1 on the
front of the test fixture at 3. Verify that the output
frequency is 697,000.00 ± 1.0 Hz. If not, adjust
capacitor C119 (fig. 3-101) on the bottom of the module
to obtain this reading.
(81 Repeat step (4) with switch S1 on the front of the
test fixture at 4. Verify that the output frequency is
696,000.00 ± 1.0 Hz. If not, adjust capacitor C121 (fig.
3-101) on the bottom of the module to obtain this
reading.
(9) Repeat step (4) with switch S1 on the
front of the test fixture at 5. Verify that the output
frequency is 695,000.00 ± 1.0 Hz. If not, adjust
capacitor C123 (fig. 3-100) on the top of the module to
obtain this reading.
(10) Repeat step (4) with switch S1 on the
front of the test fixture at 6. Verify that the output
frequency is 694,000.00 ± 1.0 Hz. If not, adjust
capacitor C125 (fig. 3-100) on the top of the module to
obtain this reading.
(11) Repeat step (4) with switch S1 on the
front of the test fixture at 7. Verify that the output
frequency is 693,000.00 ± 1.0 Hz. If not, adjust
capacitor C127 (fig. 3-100) on the top of the module to
obtain this reading.
(12) Repeat step (4) with switch S1 on the
front of the test fixture at 8. Verify that the output
frequency is 692,000.00 ± 1.0 Hz. If not, adjust
capacitor C129 (fig. 3-100) on the top of the module to
obtain this reading.
(3) Repeat step (4) with switch S1 on the
front of the test fixture at 9 Verify that the output
frequency is 691,000.00 ± 1.0 Hz. If not, adjust
capacitor C131 (fig.. 3-100) on the top of the module to
obtain this reading.
(14) On the test fixture, return switch S1 to 0.
Rotate switch S1 to 1.0 and verify that the output
frequency is 690,000.00 + 1.0 Hz.
If not adjust
capacitor C135 (fig. 3-101) on the bottom of the module
to obtain this reading.
(15) Repeat step (14) except place switch S2
on the front of the test fixture to 2.0 and verify that the
output frequency is 680,000.00 ± 1.0 Hz. If not, adjust
capacitor C137 (fig. 3-101) on the bottom of the module
to obtain this reading.
(16) Repeat step (14) except place switch S2
on the front of the test fixture to 3.0 and verify that the
output frequency is 670,000.00 ± 1.0 Hz. If not, adjust
capacitor C139 (fig. 3-101) on the bottom of the module
to obtain this reading.
(17) Repeat step (14) except place switch S2
on the front of the test fixture to 4.0 and verify that the
output frequency is 660,000.00 ± 1.0 Hz. If not, adjust
capacitor C141 /fig. 3-101) on the bottom of the module
to obtain this reading.
(18) Repeat step (14) except place switch S2
on the front of the test fixture to 5.0 and verify that the
output frequency is 650,000.00 ± 1.0 Hz. If not, adjust
capacitor C143 (fig. 3-100) on the top of the module to
obtain this reading
(19) Repeat step (14) except place switch S2
on the front of the test fixture to 6.0 and verify that the
output frequency is 640,000.00 ± 1.0 Hz. If not, adjust
capacitor C145 (fig. 3-100) on the top of the module to
obtain this reading.
(20) Repeat step (14) except place switch S2
on the front of the test fixture to 7.0 and verify that the
output frequency is 630,000.00 ± 1.0
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Hz. If not, adjust capacitor C147 (fig. 3-100) on the top
of the module to obtain this reading.
(21) Repeat step (14) except place switch S2
on the front of the test fixture to 8.0 and verify that the
output frequency is 620,000.00 ± 1.0 Hz. If not, adjust
capacitor C149 (fig. 3-100) on the top of the module to
obtain this reading.
(22) Repeat step (14) except place switch S2
on the front of the test fixture to 9.0 and verify that the
output frequency is 610,000.00 ± 1.0 Hz. If not, adjust
capacitor C151 (fig. 3-100) on the top of the module to
obtain this reading.
f. 601- to 700-kHz Filter Test.
(1) Connect the oscilloscope vertical input
and the frequency counter to jack J1 (fig. 3-100).
(2) On the test fixture, set switches S1 and
S2 to O and OO respectively and verify that the
waveform amplitude is 1.1 ± 0.2 volts peak-to-peak and
the output frequency is 700 kHz.
(3} Rotate switches S1 and S2 to 1 and 1.0 respectively
and verify that the waveform amplitude is 1.1 ± 0.2 volts
peak-to-peak and the output frequency is 689 kHz.
(4) Rotate switches S1 and S2 to 2 and 2.0
respectively and verify that the waveform amplitude is
1.1 ± 0.2 volts peak-to-peak and the output frequency is
678 kHz.
(5) Rotate switches S1 and S2 to 3 and 3.0
respectively and verify that the waveform amplitude is
1.1 ± 0.2 volts peak-to-peak and the output frequency is
667 kHz.
(6) Rotate switches S1 and S2 to 4 and 4.0
respectively and verify that the waveform amplitude is
1.1 ± 0.2 volts peak-to-peak and the output frequency is
656 kHz.
(7) Rotate switches S1 and S2 to 5 and 5.0
respectively and verify that the waveform amplitude is
1.1 ± 0.2 volts peak-to-peak and the output frequency is
645 kHz.
(8) Rotate switches S1 and S2 to 6 and 6.0
respectively and verify that the waveform amplitude is
1.1 ± 0.2 volts peak-to-peak and the output frequency is
634 kHz.
(9) Rotate switches S1 and S2 to 7 and 7.0
respectively and verify that the waveform amplitude is
1.1 ± 0.2 volts peak-to-peak and the output frequency is
623 kHz.
(10) Rotate switches S1 and S2 to 8 and 8.0
respectively and verify that the waveform amplitude is
1.1 ± 0.2 volts peak-to-peak and the output frequency is
612 kHz.
(11) Rotate switches S1 and S2 to 9 and 9.0
respectively and verify that the waveform amplitude is
1.1 ± 0.2 volts peak-to-peak and the output frequency is
601 kHz.
g. 550- to 750-kHz Filter Test.
(1) Attach clips to the leads of a 0.01
microfarad capacitor and install it from the outer case of
variable capacitor C131 (fig. 3-100) to chassis ground
(module drive end plate).
(2) Attach clips to the leads of a second 0.01
microfarad capacitor and connect it between the signal
generator and transformer T3 at its junction with C165
and R147.
(3) Connect the oscilloscope vertical input
and the frequency counter to jack J4 (fig. 3-100) and
vary the signal generator output frequency from 500- to
800-kHz. Observe the frequency at which maximum
output occurs and set the signal generator output to
provide 1.0 volt peak-to-peak at jack J4.
(4) Set the output frequency of the signal
generator to 500 kHz, and verify that the output
amplitude does not exceed 0.2 volt peak-to-peak.
(5) Set the output frequency of the signal
generator to 525 kHz, and verify that the output
amplitude does not exceed 0.7 volt peak-to-peak.
(6) Set the output frequency of the signal
generator to 550 kHz, and verify that the output
amplitude remains between 0.3 and 1.0 volt peak-topeak.
(7) Repeat step (6) with the signal generator
set to 575 kHz.
(8) Repeat step (6) with the signal generator
set to 600 kHz.
(9) Repeat step (6) with the signal generator
set to 625 kHz.
(10) Repeat step (6) with the signal generator
set to 650 kHz.
(11) Repeat step (6) with the signal generator
set to 675 kHz.
(12) Repeat step (6) with the signal generator
set to 700 kHz.
(13) Repeat step (6) with the signal generator
set to 725 kHz.
(14) Set the output frequency of the signal
generator to 750 kHz, and verify that the output
amplitude does not exceed 0;7 volt peak-to-peak.
(15) Set the output frequency of the signal
generator to 800 kHz, and verify that the output
amplitude does not exceed 0.2 volt peak-to-peak.
h. Frequency Discriminator Test
(1) Disconnect the 0.01 microfarad capacitor
from the outer case of variable capacitor C131 to
chassis ground installed in step g (1)
(2) Verify that the signal generator is
connected to the junction of T3-C165-R147 (fig. 3-56)
with the 0.01 microfarad capacitor. and connect the
oscilloscope to jack J4 (fig. 3-14) and the multimeter to
jack J5 (fig. 3-15) on the module.
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signal generator output frequency to 550 kHz at an
output level of 0.1 volt rms.
(17) Observe that the multimeter reads not
less than 4.0 volts dc at jack J5 (fig. 3-14). Then move
the multimeter probe to jack J6 (fig. 3-14) and observe
that the multimeter reads not less than 1.5 volts dc.
(18) Adjust the signal generator output
frequency to 590 kHz at an output level of 0.1 volt rms
and verify that the conditions recorded in step (17) are
obtained.
(19) Adjust the signal generator output
frequency to 610 kHz at an output level of 0.1 volt rms.
120) Observe that the multimeter reads not more than
1.5 volts dc at jack J5 (fig. 3-14). Then move the
multimeter probe to jack J6 (fig. 3-14) and observe that
the multimeter reads not less than 4.0 volts dc.
(21) Adjust the signal generator output
frequency to 650 kHz at an output level of 0.1 volt rms
and verify that the conditions recorded in step (20) are
obtained.
(22) Verify that the oscilloscope is connected
to jack J4 and that the multimeter reads not less than
4.0 volts dc at jack J6, as in step (20). Then disconnect
the signal generator, and observe that the multimeter
reading remains essentially unchanged.
(23) Adjust the signal generator output
frequency to 490 kHz at an output level of 0.1 volt rms
and reconnect the output terminals to the common
junction of T3-C165-R147 (fig. 3-56) in the module
using the 0.01 microfarad capacitor as in step (2).
(24) Adjust the signal generator output
frequency toward 600 kHz while observing the
multimeter reading. A sharp decrease in the meter
reading (to approximately 1.5 volts dc) must occur at, or
above, 525 kHz.
(25) Connect the multimeter to jack J5 (fig. 314) and observe that the discriminator output is not less
than 4.0 volts dc. Then disconnect the signal generator
from the module and observe that the multimeter
reading remains essentially unchanged.
(26) Adjust the signal generator output
frequency to 810 kHz at an output level of 0.1 volt rms
and reconnect the output terminals to the common
junction of T3-C165-R147 (fig. 3-56) in the module
using the 0.01 microfarad capacitor as in step (2).
(27) Adjust the signal generator output
frequency toward 600 kHz while observing the
multimeter reading. A sharp decrease in the meter
reading (to approximately 1.5 volts dc) must occur at, or
below, 675 kHz.
(3) On the test fixture, set switches S1 and
S2 to O and OO respectively and then adjust the signal
generator output frequency to 650 kHz and set the ouput
level to 0.1 volt rms.
(4) Observe that the multimeter reads not
less than 4.0 volts dc at jack J5. Then move the
multimeter probe to jack J6 (fig. 3-14) and observe that
the multimeter reads not more than 1.5 volts dc.
(5) Adjust the signal generator output
frequency to 690 kHz at an output level of 0.1 volt rms
and verify that the conditions recorded in step (4) are
obtained.
(6) Adjust the signal generator output
frequency to 710 kHz at an output level of 0.1 volt rms.
(7) Observe that the multimeter reads not
more than 1.5 volts dc at jack J5. Then move the
multimeter probe to jack J6 (fig. 3-14) and observe that
the multimeter reads not less than 4.0 volts dc.
(8) Adjust the signal generator output
frequency to 750 kHz at an output level of 0.1 volt rms
and verify that the conditions recorded in step (7) are
obtained.
(9) Adjust the signal generator output
frequency to 550 kHz at a level of 0.1 volt rms and note
that the waveform at jack J4 is slightly clipped.
(10) On the test fixture, rotate switch S2 to 6.0
with S1 remaining at O. Adjust the signal generator
output frequency to 600 kHz at an output level of 0.1
volt rms.
(11) Observe that the multimeter reads not
less than 4.0 volts dc at jack J5 (fig.. 3-14). Then move
the multimeter probe to jack J6 (fig. 3-14) and observe
that the multimeter reads not more than 1.5 volts dc.
(12) Adjust the signal generator output
frequency to 640 kHz at an output level of 0.1 volt rms
and verify that the conditions recorded in step (11) are
obtained.
(13) Adjust the signal generator output
frequency to 660 kHz at an output level of 0.1 volt rms.
(14) Observe that the multimeter reads not
more than 1.5 volts dc at jack J5. Then move the
multimeter probe to jack J6 (fig. 3-14) and observe that
the multimeter reads not less than 4.0 volts dc.
(15) Adjust the signal generator output
frequency to 700 kHz at an output level of 0.1 volt rms
and verify that the conditions recorded in step (14) are
obtained.
(16) On the test fixture, rotate switches S1 and
S2 to 9.0 and 9 respectively and adjust the
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(27) occur between 550- and 650-kHz,
substitute a new value for resistance
R144 (fig. 3-56) from the following
table using the procedure in step i to
obtain
optimum
operating
characteristics.
NOTE
If the error line voltages (measured at
jacks J5 and J6) are not within the
limits specified in steps (4) through
(21), or if the error line voltage
reversals measured in steps (24) and
Resistance Selection Chart
Value
10.0 ± 1.0 ohms
82.0 ± 8.2 ohms
150 ± 15 ohms
220 ± 22 ohms
330 ± 33 ohms
Part No.
RC07GF100K
RC07GF820K
RC07GF151K
RC07GF 221K
RC07GF331K
Value
470 ± 47 ohms
680 ± 68 ohms
820 ± 82 ohms
1000 ± 100 ohms
1600 ± 150 ohms
Part No.
RC07GF471K
RC07GF681K
RC07GF 821K
RC07GF102K
RC07GF152K
voltage at jack J4 remains at 1.05 volts peak-to-peak
approximately.
k. SMO Mixers Test.
(1) Connect signal generator no. 1 to the 514 MHZ INPUT jack on the front of the test fixture.
(2) Connect the oscilloscope probe to the
primary of transformer T1 (fig. 3-56, at junction with
coaxial input cable near jack J2) on terminal board TB1.
(3) Adjust the output frequency of signal
generator no. 1 to 5.0 MHz at an output level of 2.4
volts peak-to-peak on the oscilloscope.
(4) Connect signal generator no. 2 to the 2.512.5 MHZ
INPUT jack on the front of the test fixture, and move the
oscilloscope probe to jack J3 (fig. 3-14).
(5) Adjust the output frequency of signal
generator no. 2 to 2.55 MHz at an output level of 6.0
volts peak-to-peak on the oscilloscope.
(6) Connect the oscilloscope probe to jack J4
(fig. 3-14) and observe that the mixer output level is 1.5
± 0.4 volts peak-to-peak.
(7) Repeat step (2) and adjust the output
frequency of signal generator no. 1 to 6.0 MHz at an
output level of 2.1 volts peak-to-peak on the
oscilloscope.
(8) Repeat step (4) and adjust the output
frequency of signal generator no. 2 to 3.55 MHz at an
output level of 4.4 volts peak-to-peak on the
oscilloscope.
(9) Repeat step (6). The mixer output shall
be 1.5 ± 0.4 volts peak-to-peak.
(10) Repeat step (2) and adjust the output
frequency of signal generator no. 1 to 7.0 MHz at an
output level of 1.8 volts peak-to-peak on the
oscilloscope.
(11) Repeat step (4) and adjust the output
frequency of signal generator no. 2 to 4.55 MHz at an
output level of 6.0 volts peak-to-peak on the
oscilloscope.
i. Error Voltage Balance Adjustment.
NOTE
Perform these procedures only if the
error voltages or voltage reversals in
step h are beyond acceptable limits.
(1) On the test fixture, set switch S1 to 0 and
switch S2 to 6.0.
(2) Connect the signal generator output
terminals to the common junction of T3-C165R147 (fig.
3-56) and adjust the output frequency to 660 kHz at an
output level of 0.1 volt rms.
(3) Refer to figures 3-55 and 7-14. Connect
the oscilloscope alternately to the collector circuit of
transistor Q9 (common junction of Q9-C25-L3) and the
collector circuit of transistor Q12 (common junction of
Q12-C32-L6) while substituting values for resistor R144
(fig. 3-56).
(4) Select a suitable value of resistance for
R144 from the chart above that provides maximum 10kHz modulation at both Q9 and Q12 collector circuits.
NOTE
Some compromise in this resistance
value will be required to obtain
nearly equal levels of modulation at
both collector circuits.
j. Anti-lock Test.
(1) Connect the signal generator output
terminals to the common junction of T3-C165R147 (fig.
3-56) and adjust the output frequency to 700 kHz at an
output level of 0.1 volt rms.
(2) Connect the oscilloscope to jack J4 on the
module.
(3) Observe that the ANIT-LOCK lamp on the
test fixture is lit.
(4) Increase the signal generator output level
until the ANTI-LOCK lamp goes out. The voltage at jack
J4 shall be 1.05 volts peak-to-peak on the oscilloscope.
(5) Lower the signal generator output level
until the ANTI-LOCK lamp lights, and observe that the
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(23) Repeat step (4) and adjust the output
frequency of signal generator no. 2 to 8.55 MHz at an
output level of 3.6 volts peak-to-peak on the
oscilloscope.
(24) Repeat step (6) The mixer output shall be
1.5 ± 0.4 volts peak-to-peak.
(25) Repeat step (2) and adjust the output
frequency of signal generator no. 1 to 12.0 MHz at an
output level of 1.2 volts peak-to-pea_ on the
oscilloscope.
(26) Repeat step (4) and adjust the output
frequency of signal generator no. 2 to 9.55 MHz at an
output level of 3.7 volts peak-to-peak on the
oscilloscope.
(27) Repeat step (6). The mixer output shall
be 1.5 ± 0.4 volts peak-to-peak.
(28) Repeat step (2) and adjust the output
frequency of signal generator no. 1 to 13.0 MHz at an
output level of 1.2 volts peak-to-peak on the
oscilloscope.
(29) Repeat step (4) and adjust the output
frequency of signal generator no. 2 to 10.56 MHz at an
output level of 3.4 volts peak-to-peak on the
oscilloscope.
(30) Repeat step (6). The mixer output shall
be 1.5 ± 0.4 volts peak-to-peak.
(31) Repeat step (2) and adjust the output
frequency of signal generator no. 1 to 14.0 MHz at an
output level of 1.1 volts peak-to-peak on the
oscilloscope.
(32) Repeat step (4) and adjust the output
frequency of signal generator no. 2 to 11.55 MHz at an
output level of 3.3 volts peak-to-peak on the
oscilloscope.
(33) Repeat step (6). The mixer output shall
be 1 5 ± 0 4 volts peak-to-peak
(12) Repeat step (6). The mixer output shall
be 1.5 ± 0.4 volts peak-to-peak.
(13) Repeat step (2) and adjust the output
frequency of signal generator no. 1 to 8.0 MHz at an
output level of 1.5 volts peak-to-peak on the
oscilloscope.
(14) Repeat step (4) and adjust the output
frequency of signal generator no. 2 to 5.55 MHz at an
output level of 6.8 volts peak-to-peak on the
oscilloscope.
(15) Repeat step (6). The mixer output shall
be 1.5 ± 0.4 volts peak-to-peak.
(16) Repeat step (2) and adjust the output
frequency of signal generator no. 1 to 9.0 MHz at an
output level of 1.4 volts peak-to-peak on the
oscilloscope.
(17) Repeat step (4) and adjust the output
frequency of signal generator no. 2 to 6.55 MHz at an
output level of 8.0 volts peak-to-peak on the
oscilloscope.
(18) Repeat step (6). The mixer output shall
be 1.5 ± 0.4 volts peak-to-peak.
(19) Repeat step (2) and adjust the output
frequency of signal generator no. 1 to 10.0 MHz at an
output level of 1.3 volts peak-to-peak on the
oscilloscope.
(20) Repeat step (4) and adjust the output
frequency of signal generator no. 2 to 7.55 MHz at an
output level of 4.3 volts peak-to-peak on the
oscilloscope.
(21) Repeat step (6). The mixer output shall
be 1.5 + 0.4 volts peak-to-peak.
(22) Repeat step (2) and adjust the output
frequency of signal generator no. 1 to 11.0 MHz at an
output level of 1.3 volts peak-to-peak on the
oscilloscope.
Section III. SPECIAL TEST FIXTURES
6-16. General
Amplifier AM-3506/PRC-47 contains all switches, jacks,
This section describes the special test fixtures required
lamps and meters necessary to electrically test and
for performance of the reference standards tests
adjust the module without providing a complete
described in the preceding sections of this chapter.
AN/PRC-47 Radio Set. Power for the test fixture and
Information is included that permits fabrication of the
the module under test is provided externally and
individual test fixtures from readily available parts, and
connected to the test fixture by a specially fabricated
includes parts lists, schematic diagrams and parts
cable attached to power connector J2 at the rear of the
location photographs.
test fixture.
6-17. Test Fixture for Audio Frequency Amplifier
b. The operating controls on the front panel of the
AM-3506JPRC-47.
test fixture (fig. 6-4) perform the following functions:
(fig. 7-15)
(1) POWER ON-OFF switch. This toggle
a. The test fixture for Audio Frequency
switch controls the +24 volts dc and -7 volts dc
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input voltages to the test fixture and the module.
(2) POWER ON lamp. This indicator is lit
when power is connected to the test fixture and the
POWER ON-OFF switch is in the ON position.
(3) POWER 24 VDC 1/2 AMP fuse. This
protective device is connected in the +24 volts dc
primary power circuit to protect it from overload.
(4) PTT ON-OFF-MOM ON switch.
This
toggle switch enables the transmit mode in the module
when placed in either the ON or MOM ON positions for
simulated voice operation.
(5) KEY ON OFF-MOM ON switch. This
toggle switch enables the transmit mode in the module
when placed in either the ON or MOM ON positions for
simulated telegraph operation.
(6) +20V/ +24V switch. This rotary switch
places the MODULE CURRENT meter in series with
either the +20 volts power input to the module, or the
+24 volts power input to the module to determine the
circuit current drain.
(7) MODULE CURRENT meter. This 0- 150
millimmeter indicates the dc current drain of the module.
(8) VOX ON lamp.
This indicator is lit
whenever the PTT ON-OFF-MOM ON switch is placed
to ON or MOM ON.
(9) SIDETONE GATE ADJUST control. This
potentiometer varies the sidetone gate bias applied to
the receiver amplifier circuit of the module.
(10) Test jacks and binding poets are provided
for the attachment of signal leads and test equipment
and are self-explanatory.
c. The piece parts required for fabrication of the
test fixture are listed in the following chart and
suggested parts placement is shown in figures 6-17 and
6-18. Schematic diagram (fig. 715) illustrates the
internal circuit of the test fixture.
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Figure 6-17. Test Fixture for Audio Frequency Amplifier AM-3506/PRC47, Parts Location.
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Figure 6-18. Test Fixture for Audio Frequency Amplifier AM-3506/PRC-47, Chassis Parts and Connector
Location.
Symbol
C1
DS1, DS2
F1
H1 thru H4
J1
J2
J3
J4
J5 thru J8
J9
J10
J11 thru J14
M1
R1
R2
R3
R4
R5
R6
S1
S2
S3, S4
Description
Test Fixture for Audio Frequency Amplifier AM-3506/PRC-47
Capacitor fixed, 100 uf P100M10%,%, 60 vdcw (FSN 5910-829-0109TA;
Lamp (FSN 6240 069 6349)
Fuse (FSN 5920-281-0224)
Contact, electrical
Connector (FSN 5935-883-0218)
Connector
Jack (FSN 5935-685-9396)
Jack (FSN 6935-578-3489)
Binding poet (FSN 5940-816-8363)
Jack (FSN 5935-577-2338)
Jack (FSN 5935-681-5689)
Binding poet (FSN 5940-556-6194)
Ammeter, 0 - 160 ma.
Resistor fixed, 33 ohms 10%, 2 W (FSN 6806-270-2630)
Resistor, fixed, 61.1 ohms 1%, 1/4 W (FSN 5905-957-8633
Resistor, fixed 300 ohms, 6%, 2 W (FSN 5905-279-2024
Resistor var., 1000 ohms 10% 12.6 W
Resistor, fixed 147 ohms, 1%, 'A W (FSN 5905-069-3910
Resistor, fixed, 22,000 ohms 10% 1 W (FSN 5906-299-2019)
Switch (FSN 6930-665-15B2)
Switch, wafer 3 cir.
Switch (FSN 5930-665-1523)
6-40
Mfgr Part No.
D31971
MS25237-327-15
F02A250V1-2AS
767 5609-001
DBMF25S
MS3102A24-28P
MS16108-1A
MS16108-2A
DF30GNC
MS16108-6A
MS16108-8A
DF30BC
MS31-2-218
RC42GF330K
RN60D51 R1F
RC42GF301J
E-0119
RN60D1470F
RC32GF223K
MS35059-23
266738-H1
ST42H
Mfgr Code
66280
13499
71468
58474
58474
82386
01121
76864
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Symbol
VR1
XDS1, XDS2
Description
Semiconductor device, diode, 20 V 5%
Light (FSN 6210-825-2051)
Lens, p/o XDS1 (FSN 6210-511-8208)
Lens p/o XDS2 (FSN 6210-174-4680)
XF1
Fuseholder (FSN 5920-284-7144)
Note. All manufacturer's codes are 5-digit numbers. The corresponding
listed in SB 708-42 Catalog Handbook (H4-2).
6-18.
Teat Fixture for Amplifier-Modulator AM3507/PRC-47
(fig. 7-16)
a. The teat fixture for Amplifier-Modulator AM3507/PRC-47 contains all switches, jacks, tamps, and
meter necessary to electrically test and adjust the
module without providing a complete AN/PRC-47 Radio
Set. Power for the test fixture and the module under
test is provided externally and is connected to the test
fixture by a specially fabricated cable attached to power
connector J3 at the rear of the teat fixture.
b. The operating controls on the front panel of the
test fixture (fig. 6-5) perform the following functions:
(1) POWER ON-OFF switch. This toggle
switch controls the +20 volts dc the +6 volts dc and the 110 volts dc input voltages to the test fixture and the
module.
(2) POWER lamp. This indicator is lit when
power is connected to the +20 volts dc input of the teat
fixture and the POWER ON-OFF switch is in the ON
position.
(3) POWER 1/2 AMP 28 VDC fuse. This
protective device is connected in the +20 volts dc
primary power circuit to protect it from overload.
(4) ALC BIAS ON-OFF switch. This switch
controls the +6 volt dc alc bias applied to the module
under test.
(5) ALC BIAS ADJUST control.
This
potentiometer varies the magnitude of effective bias on
the -alc line to the module being tested
(6) MICROAMPERES meter. This 0 - 50
microammeter indicates the amount of alc bias current
flowing in the module.
(7) METER RANGE 50 - 200 switch. This
switch, when placed in the 200 position, connects a
shunt across MICROAMPERES meter to extend its
range to 200 microamperes.
Mfgr Part No.
Mfgr Code
1N2984B
101-3830-9
72619
101-972
72619
101-974
72619
HKPH
71400
manufacturer's name and address are
(8) XMIT RCVR switch. This toggle switch
selects the transmit mode, or the receive mode of
operation for the module under test.
(9) AGC ON-OFF switch. This toggle switch,
when placed in the ON position, applies positive agc
bias to the module under test.
(10) AGC
ADJUST
control.
This
potentiometer varies the magnitude of bias applied to
the agc bias input to the module being tested.
(11) Test jacks and coaxial connectors are
provided for the attachment of signal leads and test
equipment and are self-explanatory.
c. The piece parts required for fabrication of the
test fixture are listed in the following chart and
suggested parts placement is shown in figures 6-19 and
6-20. Schematic diagram (fig. 716) illustrates the
internal circuit of the test fixture.
d. The following calibration procedure is required
prior to initial use of the test fixture, and should be
verified from time to time prior to its use.
(1) Remove the dust cover from the test
fixture and connect the 20 volts dc power supply to the
power cable.
(2) Apply primary power to the 20 volts dc
power supply and adjust the power supply output
voltage to 20.0 ± 0.5 volts.
(3) Connect the frequency counter and
multimeter rf probe to connector J2 at pin A2.
(4) Place the POWER ON-OFF switch on the
test fixture to ON and permit the test fixture to stabilize
for at least five minutes. Place the XMIT-RCVR switch
to XMIT.
(5) Adjust capacitor C6 (fig. 6-20 and fig. 7.
16) until the frequency counter indicates 500,000.00 ±
1.0 Hz; then adjust potentiometer R4 (fig. 6-20 and fig.
7-16) for a multimeter reading of +1.5 volts rms.
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Figure 6-19. Test Fixture for Amplifier-Modulator AM-3507/PRC-47 Parts Location.
6-42
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Figure 6-20. Test Fixture for Amplifier-Modulator AM-3507/PRC-47, Chassis Parts and Subassembly A1
Placement.
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Symbol
Description
Mfgr Part No.
Mfgr Code
150D476X0020R2
150D476X0035S2
MS25237-327- 15
F02A250V1 -2AS
DBMF13W3S
DNMF7W2S
MS3102A24-28P
UG912AU
DM53743-5058
MS16108-8A
UG912AU
DM53743-5058
MS16108-3A
MS16108-2A
3860
757-0230-003
757-0220-003
2N1038
RT12C2P102
RV4NAYSD 105A
RC20GF303J
RC20GF473K
RC20GF680J
RC20GF102R
RV4NAYSD103A
RC2OGF223K
RN60D2611F
RN60D1961F
RN60D46R4F
RN65D 1001 F
RV6LAYSA102B
RN60D6191F
RC07GF680K
ST42A
ST42D
7665K4
ST42A
A12425
101-3830-9
101-972
HKPH
56289
56289
XF1
Test Fixture for Amplifier-Modulator AM-3507/PRC-47
Capacitor, fixed, 47uf, 20%, 20 vdcw (FSN 5910-800-1130)
Capacitor, fixed, 47 uf 20%, 35 vdcw (FSN 5910-834-8493)
Lamp (FSN 6240-059-5349)
Fuse (FSN 5920-281-t)224)
Connector (FSN 5935-089-1165)
Connector (FSN 5935-983-2615ZB)
Connector
Connector (FSN 5935-755-2,741)
Contact, p/o J4 (FSN 5935-021-2118)
Jack (FSN 5935-6t71-5689)
Connector (FSN 5935-755-2741)
Contact, p/o J6 thru J8 (FSN 5935-02H2118)
Jack (FSN 5935-577-2326)
Jack (FSN 5935-578-3489)
Ammeter, DC 0 - 50 microamperes
Knob, pointer, p/o S3
Skirt, knob, p/o MP1, MP2
Transistor (FSN 5961-808-7498)
Resistor, var. 1000 ohms, 5%, 3A W (FSN 5905-717-5884)
Resistor, var. 1 Megohm, 10%, 2 W
Resistor, fixed, 30,000 ohms 5%, 1/2 W (FSN 5905-192-3978)
Resistor, fixed, 47,000 ohms 10% 1/2 W (FSN 5905-295-3410)
Resistor, fixed, 68 ohms, 5% 1/2 W (FSN 5905-195-5571)
Resistor, fixed, 1000 ohms, 10%, 1/2 W
Resistor, var. 10,000 ohms, 10% 2 W
Resistor, fixed, 22,000 ohms, 10% 1/2 W (FSN 5905-171-2004)
Resistor, fixed, 2610 ohms, 1%, 1/4 W (FSN 5905-068-1538)
Resistor, fixed, 1960 ohms, 1 % 1/4 W (FSN 5905-069-3914)
Resistor, fixed,.46.4 ohms, 1%, 1/4 W (FSN 5905-069-3908)
Resistor, fixed, 1000 ohms, 1%, % W (FSN 5095-883-91981
Resistor, var. 1000 ohms, 20%, 1/2 W (FSN 5905-502-3156)
Resistor, fixed, 6190 ohms, 1%, 1/4 W {FSN 5905-984-7682CX)
Resistor, fixed, 68 ohms, 10%, 1/4 W (FSN 5905-726-6836NT)
Switch, (FSN 5930-655-1514)
Switch, (FSN 5930-229-3390)
Switch, (FSN 5293-108-6744)
Switch, (FSN 5930-655- 1514)
Transformer (FSN 5950-812-0292ZX)
Light, (FSN 6210-825-2051)
Lens, p/o XDS1 (FSN 6210-511-8208)
Fuseholder (FSN 5920-284-7144)
A1
Oscillator Assembly
768-7834-001
13499
C1
C2
C3
C4
C5
C6
C7
C8
C9
C10
L1
L2
Q1, Q2
Capacitor, fixed, 3300 pf, 5%, 500 vdcw
Capacitor, fixed, 4700 pf, 5% 500 vdcw
Capacitor, fixed, 1000 pf, 5% 500 vdcw
Capacitor, fixed, 390 pf, 5%, 500 vdcw
Capacitor, fixed, 820 pf, 5%, 500 vdcw
Capacitor, var. 8 to 50 pf, 500 vdcw
Capacitor, fixed, 0.33 uf, P80M20%%, 25 vdcw
Capacitor, fixed, 4.7 uf, 20%, 35 vdcw (FSN 5910-542-7387)
Capacitor, fixed, 10,000 pf, 20% 500 vdcw
Capacitor, fixed, 1000 pf, 5%, 500 vdcw
Coil, rf, 47 uh (FSN 5950-842-2245)
Coil, rf, 1000 uh (FSN 5950-060-9188)
Transistor (FSN 5960-809-1870)
Socket, p/o Q1, Q2 (FSN 5935-759-5852CX)
Retainer, p/o Q1, Q2 (FSN 5935-523-1777E222)
Resistor, fixed, 10,000 ohms, 10% 1/2 W (FSN 5905-185-8518)
Resistor, fixed, 0.10 Megohm, 10% 1/2 W- (FSN 5905-192
3987CA)
Resistor, fixed, 10,000 ohms, 10% 1/2 W (FSN 5905-185-8518,
Resistor, var. 1000 ohms, 20 %, 1/2 W ( FSN 5905-502-3 156)
CM06F332J03
CM06F472J03
CM06F102J03
CM05F391J03
CM06F821J03
503001E2P034R
C1, C2
C3
DS1
Fl
J1
J2
J3
J4
J5
J6 thru J8
J9
J10
M1
MP1, MP2
Q1
R1
R2
R3
R4
R5
R6, R7
R8
R9, R10
R11
R12
R13
R14
R15
R16
R17
S1
S2
S3, S4
S5
T1
XDS1
R1
R2
R3
R4
6-44
150D475X0035B2
CK63AW 103M
CM06F102J03
MS90538-04
MS90539-15
2N 1285
05-3307-51
0004-7202S
RC20GF103K
RC20GF104K
RC07GF103K
RV6LAYSA102B
71468
71468
91146
91146
55026
13499
13499
81349
81349
81349
81349
81349
81349
70674
72619
72619
71400
72982
56289
56289
91662
91662
TM 11-5820-509-35
Symbol
R5
R6
Y1
XY1
Description
Mfgr Part No.
Resistor, fixed, 10,000 ohms, 10%, 1/2 W (FSN 5905-185-8518)
Resistor, fixed, 3300 ohms, 10%, 1/2 W (FSN 5905-195-6502)
Crystal Unit, Quartz, 500.000 kHz (FSN 5955-892-3210)
Socket (FSN 5935-201 7119)
Mfgr Code
RC20GF103K
RC20GF332K
CR46AU500-00KC
TS0205CO1
Note. All manufacturer's codes are 5-digit numbers. The corresponding manufacturer's name and address are listed in SB 708-42 Catalog Handbook (H4-2).
6-19. Test Fixture for Signal Data Translator
CV-1377A/PRC-47
(fig. 7-17)
(6) POWER 26.5 VDC 1 AMP fuse. This
protective device is connected in the +26.5 volts
primary power circuit to protect it from overload.
(7) AVC ON-OFF switch. This toggle switch
selects a variable negative bias for the avc circuits when
placed in the ON position.
(8) FUNCTION SEL RCVR-XMIT switch.
This toggle switch selects the receive or transmit mode
for the module under test.
(9) ERROR B ADJ control.
This
potentiometer controls the level of external error voltage
B.
(10) ERROR A ADJ control.
This
potentiometer controls the level of external error voltage
A.
(11) LOOP SEL OPEN-CLOSED switch. This
toggle switch selects external error voltages A and B in
the OPEN position to permit calibration of the CV1377A/PRC-47 master Oscillator.
In the CLOSED
position, the error voltages generated by the C4311/PRC-47 are applied to the master oscillator.
(12) OSC CONTROL S1 switch. This rotary
switch selects the proper crystal for operation with
oscillator Q20.
(13) OSC CONTROL S2 switch. This rotary
switch selects the proper crystal for operation with
oscillator Q21.
(14) Test jacks and binding posts are provided
for the attachment of signal leads and test equipment
and are self-explanatory.
c. The piece parts required for fabrication of the
test fixture are listed in the following chart and
suggested parts placement is shown in figures 6-21
through 6-23 inclusive. Schematic diagram {fig. 7-17)
illustrates the internal circuit of the test fixture.
a. The test fixture for Signal Data Translator CV1377A/PRC-47 contains all switches, jacks, and lamps
necessary to electrically test and adjust the module
without providing a complete AN/PRC-47 Radio Set.
Indexing fixture (fig. 6-7) is attached to the coupling end
of the module to permit accurate indexing of the
bandswitch and the slug rack during maintenance
procedures. Power for the test fixture and the module
under test is provided externally and is connected to the
test fixture by a specially fabricated cable attached to
power connector J5 at the rear of the test fixture.
b. The operating controls on the front panel of the
test fixture (fig. 6-6) perform the following functions:
(1) POWER ON -OFF switch. This toggle
switch controls the 115 volts, 400 Hz ac, the +19.5 volts
dc, and the +26.5 volts dc input voltages to the test
fixture and the module under test.
(2) POWER lamp. This indicator is lit when
power is connected to the 115 volts, 400 Hz primary
power circuit and the POWER ON-OFF switch is in the
ON position.
(3) POWER 115 VAC 1/4 AMP fuse. This
protective device is connected to the 115 volts, 400 Hz
primary power circuit to protect it from overload.
(4) POWER 19 VDC 1/2 AMP fuse. This
protective device is connected to the +19.5 volts dc
primary power circuit to protect it from overload.
(5) POWER 6.3 VAC 1 AM P fuse. This
protective device is connected to the secondary winding
of transformer T1 and protects this 6.3 volts winding
from overload.
6-45
TM 11-5820-509-35
Figure 6-21. Test Fixture for Signal Data Translator CV-1377A/PRC-47, Front View, Parts Location.
6-46
TM 11-5820-509-35
Figure 6-22. Test Fixture for Signal Data Translator CV-1377A/PRC-47, Parts Location.
6-47
TM 11-5820-509-35
Figure 6-23. Test Fixture for Signal Data Translator CV-1377A/PRC-47, Parts Location.
6-48
TM 11-5820-509-35
Symbol
Description
Mfgr Part No.
Mfgr Code
Test Fixture for Signal Data Translator CV-1377A/PRC-47
C1
C2
C3
C4
CR1 thru CR4
DS1
F1
F2
F3
F4
H1, H2
H3, H4
J1 thru J4
J5
J6
J7
J8
J9
J10
J11
J12
J13
J14
J15
J16
J17
J18
J19, J20
K1
L1
MP1, MP2
MP3, MP4
MP5, MP6
MP7
MP8
MP9, MP10
MP11
MP12, MP13
R1
R2
R3
R4
R5
R6
R7
R8
R10, R11
R12, R13
R14
R15
S1, S2
S3
S4
TB1
Capacitor, fixed, 10,000 pf, 20%, 500 vdcw
Capacitor, fixed, 35 uf, P100M10%%, 450 vdcw ((FSN 5910-9543038)
Capacitor, fixed, 4 of, 15%, 100 vdcw (FSN 5910-838-5715)
Capacitor, fixed, 5.0 + 0.5 pf, 500 vdcw
Semiconductor device, diode /FSN 5961-845-0766)
Lamp (FSN 6240-682-3411)
Fuse (FSN 5920-280-4465)
Fuse (FSN 5920443-2641)
Fuse (FSN 5920-281-0224)
Fuse (FSN 5920-280 4465)
Thumbscrew
Thumbscrew
Connector /FSN 5935-983-2615ZB)
Connector p/o J1 thru J4 (FSN 5825-981-1466ZX)
Connector insert p/o J1 thru J4 (FSN 5935480-02fi8)
Connector
Connector /FSN 5935-983-2615ZB,
Connector insert p/o J6 (FSN 5935480-0268)
Connector (FSN 5936489-6921)
Connector insert p/o J7 /FSN 5935-080-0268)
Connector /(FSN 5935-983-2615ZB)
Connector insert p/o J8 (FSN 59354804268)
Connector (FSN 5936 089-1166)
Connector insert p/o J9 (FSN 5935480-0268)
Connector (FSN 5935-983-2615ZB)
Connector (FSN 5935-755-2741)
Jack /FSN 5935-577-W)
Connector (FSN 6935-755-2741)
Jack /FSN 5935-577-2337)
Connector /FSN 5935-755-2741)
Binding post /FSN 5940-556-6194)
Binding post /FSN 5940-356-2493)
Connector /FSN 5985-755-2741)
Jack /FSN 5935-578-3489)
Relay, armature
Reactor, 0.05 H. (FSN 5950-984-2278ZX)
Spring, Helical compression (FSN 5821-506-7304)
Spring, Helical compression (FSN 5340-811-9737)
Coupling, split hub (FSN 5821-510-4843)
Dial (FSN 5355-587-6846)
Pointer, knob
Skirt, knob p/o MP8
Knob, round {FSN 5355-931-1492ZXI
Shaft, str
Clamp, loop (FSN 5821-396-3116)
Resistor, fixed, 470 ohms, 5%, 3 W (FSN 5905-925-5518ZX)
Resistor, fixed, 0.33 Megohm, 10%, 1/2 W {FSN 5905-221-5860)
5860)
Resistor, fixed, 4750 ohms, I %, 15 W (FSN 5905-952-9232)
Resistor, fixed, 27,000 ohms, 10%, 1/2 W (FSN 6905-195-6758)
Resistor, fixed, 82,000 ohms, 10%, '1/2 W ((FSN 5905-254-7097)
Resistor, var. 10,000 ohms, 10%, 2 W
Resistor, fixed, 15,000 ohms, 10%, * W /FSN 5906-190-8876)
Resistor, var. 10,000 ohms, 10%, 2 W
Resistor, fixed, 0.27 Megohm, 10%, 1/2 W (FSN 5905-643
5140)
Resistor, var. 0.25 Megohm, 10%, 2 W
Resistor, fixed, 27,000 ohms, 10%, 1/2 W (FSN 5905-196-6768)
Resistor, fixed, 6800 ohms, 10%, 1/2 W (FSN 5905-245-00231
Switch (FSN 5293-108-6744)
Switch (FSN 5930-229-3390)
Switch (FSN 5293-108-6744)
Terminal board
6-49
CK63AW103M
D42974
CL21CN040SP3
CC20CH050D
1N2615
NE51H
F02A250V1AS
F02A250V1-4AS
F02A250V1-2AS
F02A25CVlAS
761-9648-015
761-9648-004
DAMF7W2S
DM53743-5005
DM53742-5000
MS3102A24-28P
DAMF7W2S
DM53742-5000
DAMF3W3S
DM63742-5000
DAMF7W2S
DM53742-5000
DBMF13W3S
DM53742-5000
DAMF7W2S
UC912AU
MS16108-5A
UG912AU
MS16108-5A
UC912AU
DF30BC
DF30RC
UC912AU
MS16108-2A
22700-18
A12408
340-0001-000
340-0419-000
540-7421-003
RBC
757-0230-001
757-0220-001
757-0228-002
761-9639-019
504-7537-002
RW69V471
RC20CF334K
56289
81349
08806
13499
13499
71468
71468
71468
71468
71468
71468
71468
71468
71468
71468
71468
71468
58474
58474
77523
70674
91314
91314
13499
73138
13499
13499
13499
13499
13499
RE70G4751
RC20GF273K
RC20GF823K
RV4NAYSD103A
RG20GF153K
RV4NAYSD103A
RC20G F274K
RV4NAYSD254
RC20GF273K
RC20CF682K
7665K4
ST42D
7666K4
332-14-07-039
71786
TM 11-5820-509-35
Symbol
T1
VR1
VR2
XDS1
XF1 thru XF4
Description
Mfgr Part No.
Transformer (FSN 5950-982-3748ZX)
Semiconductor device, zener diode 39 v, 5%
Semiconductor device, zener diode 6.2 v, 5% (FSN 5960-7520179)
Lampholder
Fuseholder (FSN 5920-284-7144)
Mfgr Code
BC3069
1N975B
1N753A
97315
95408H935
HKPH
72619
71400
Note. All manufacturer's codes are 5-digit numbers. The corresponding manufacturer's name and address are listed in SB 708-42 Catalog Handbook (H4-2).
6-20. Test Fixture for Power Supply PP3518/PRC-47
(fig. 7-18)
a. The test fixture for Power Supply PP-3518/PRC47 contains all switches, jacks, meters, and lamps
necessary to electrically test and adjust the module
without providing a complete AN/PRC-47 Radio Set.
Power for the test fixture and the module under test is
provided externally and is connected to the test fixture
by a specially fabricated cable attached to power
connector J2 at the rear of the test fixture.
b. The operating controls on the front panel of the
test fixture (fig. 6-8) perform the following functions:
(1) 115 VAC ON-OFF switch. This toggle
switch controls the 115 volts, 400 Hz ac and interlocks
the +23 volt dc circuit between the module under test
and the test fixture load circuits.
(2) 115 VAC lamp. This indicator is lit when
power is connected to the 115 volts, 400 Hz primary
power circuit and the 115 VAC ON-OFF switch is in the
ON position.
13) 115 VAC 5 AMP fuse. This protective
device is connected to the 115 volts, 400 Hz primary
power circuit to protect it from overload.
(4) +23V ON-OFF switch. This toggle switch
controls the +23 volts dc primary power circuit and
interlocks it with the 115 volts, 400 Hz primary power
circuits to prevent both being energized at one time.
(5) +23V lamp. This indicator is lit when
power is connected to the +23 volt primary power circuit
and the +23V ON-OFF switch is in the ON position.
(6) +23V 15 AMP fuse.
This protective
device is connected to the +23 volt primary power circuit
to protect it from overload.
(7) BLOWER ON-OFF switch. This toggle
switch controls the 115 volts, 60 Hz primary power
applied to the blower.
(8) BLOWER 60 CPS 1/2 AMP fuse. This
protective device is connected to the 115 volts, 60 Hz
primary power circuit that energizes the blower motor
and protects it from overload.
(9) HV ON-OFF switch. This toggle switch
enables the push-to-talk relay (K1) in the power supply
module when high voltage output is desired.
(10) VOLTAGE SEL switch. This 9-position
rotary switch selects the power supply module circuit to
be monitored and connects it to the DC VOLTAGE
meter, or the AC VOLTAGE, jacks for measurement.
All power supply module outputs can be selected by this
switch.
(11) DC VOLTAGE meter.
This 0-lO0
microammeter is used to indicate the several dc output
voltages of the power supply module as selected by the
VOLTAGE SEL switch.
(12) AC VOLTAGE jacks. These jacks are
provided to connect an external ac instrument for
measuring the filament voltage output of the power
supply module.
c. The piece parts required for fabrication of the
test fixture are listed in the following chart and
suggested parts placement is shown in figures 6-24 and
6-25. Schematic diagram (fig. 7-18) illustrates the
internal circuit of the test fixture.
6-50
TM 11-5820-509-35
Figure 6-24. Test Fixture for Power Supply PP-3518/PrC-47, Parts Location.
6-51
TM 11-5820-509-35
Figure 6-25. Test Fixture for Power Supply PP-3518/PRC-47, Internal Parts Location.
6-52
TM 11-5820-509-35
Symbol
Description
Mfgr Part No.
Mfgr Code
Test Fixture for Power Supply PP-3518/PRC-47
B1
C1
C2
C3, C4
C5
CR1, CR2
DS1
DS2
F1
F2
F3
J1
J2
J3
J4
K1
M1
MP1
Q1,Q2
R1
R2
R3
R4, R5
R6, R7
R8
R9
R10 thru R12
R13
R14
R15
R16
R17, R18
R19 thru R22
R23 thru R25
R26
R27
R28
R29
R30
R31
R32
R33
R34
R35
R36
R37
R38
R39
R40
R41
S1, S2
S3
S4
S5
T1
XDS1
XDS2
XF1 thru XF3
Blower Assembly
Capacitor, fixed, 1 uf, 20%, 200 vdcw
Capacitor, fixed, 0.02 uf, P80M20%%, 100 vdcw
Capacitor, fixed, 0.047 uf, 20%, 600 vdcw
Capacitor, fixed, 0.047 uf, 20%, 300 vdcw
Semiconductor device, diode (FSN 5961-975-2158)
Lamp (FSN 6240-682-3411)
Lamp (FSN 6240-196-4491)
Fuse
Fuse
Fuse (FSN 5920-281-G224)
Connector (FSN 5935-045-9104CX)
Connector insert p/o J1 (FSN 5935-034-1098NT)
Connector
Binding post (FSN 5940-816-8363)
Contact, electrical p/o J3
Binding post (FSN 5940-556-6194)
Relay, armature
Microammeter, dc ((0.100)
Knob, pointer
Skirt, knob, p/o MP1
Transistor
Heatsink, D/O Q1, Q2
Resistor, fixed, 1.5 ohms, 5%, 55 W
Resistor, fixed, 130 ohms, 5%, 2 W (FSN 5905-279-2825)
Resistor, fixed, 100 ohms, 5%, 14 W (FSN 5905-258-6925)
Resistor, fixed, 6.8 ohms, 5%, 3 W (FSN 5905-990-4151)
Resistor, fixed, 470 ohms, 5%, 6.5 W (FSN 5905-985-5401)
Resistor, fixed, 0.22 Megohm, 5%, I W (FSN 5905-299-2000)
Resistor, fixed, 47,000 ohms, 5%, 1 W (FSN 5905-299-2013)
Resistor, fixed, 390 ohms, 5%, 2 W (FSN 5905-253-1231)
Resistor, fixed, 270 ohms, 5%, 6.5 W (FSN 5905-780-7488ZX)
Resistor. fixed, 6800 ohms, 5%, 26 W
Resistor, fixed, 30,000 ohms, 5%, 2 W (FSN 5905-171-1977)
Resistor, fixed, 36,000 ohms, 5%, 2 W (FSN 5905-185-6570)
Resistor, fixed, 25,000 ohms, 10%, 10W (FSN 5905-9OD5901)
Resistor, fixed, I Megohm, 2%, 2W
Resistor, fixed, 5600 ohms, 10%, 55 W
Resistor, fixed, 1200 ohms, 5%, 26 W
Resistor, fixed, 0.649 Megohm,, 1%, 3/4 W
Resistor, fixed, 1.21 Megohm, 1%, 2 W
Resistor, fixed, I Megohm, I % 2 W (FSN 5905-557 1951)
Resistor. fixed, 0.383 Megohm, 1% (FSN 5905-726-7545)
Resistor, fixed, 0.464 Megohm, 1% 1/2 W (FSN 5905-752-3605)
Resistor, fixed. 0.536 Megohm, I % 3/4 W
Resistor, fixed. 4.99 Megohm, 1%, 2 W (FSN 5905-553-2223)
Resistor. fixed, I Megohm, I %, 2W (FSN 5905-702-3359)
Resistor, fixed, 10 Megohm, 1% 2 W (FSN 5905-553-2402)
Resistor, fixed, 3.48 Megohm, 1%, I W (FSN 5905-552-6066)
Resistor, fixed, 4.99 Megohm, 1%, 2 W (FSN 5905-553-22231
Resistor, fixed, 2.49 Megohm, I %, 2 W
Resistor. fixed. 5600 ohms. 10%, 2 W (FSN 5905-279-2303)
Resistor. fixed. 100 ohms, 5%, 14 W (FSN 5905 258 6924)
Resistor. fixed, 10 Megohm, 1 %, 2 W (FSN 5905-553-2402,
Switch (FSN 5293-108-6744)
Switch (FSN 5930-655-1514)
Switch
Switch (FSN 5930 655-1514)
Transformer ( FSN 5950-984 1 IIIZX))
Lampholder
LIGHT (FSN 6210-825-2051)
Lens p/o XDS2 (FSN 6210-.511-8208)
Fuseholder (FSN .5920-284- 7144)
20-244-6502
610D105M200BD4
855-502X5V0203Z
196P47306S4
196P47303S4
1N2611
NE51H
330
F03B32V5AS
F03B32V15AS
F02A250VD2AS
DCMF27W2S
DM51155
MS3102A24-28P
DF30GNC
767-5609-001
DF3OBC
BR7X300D2S3.26Y
3970
757-0230-003
757-0220-003
2N2833
775-9212-001
RW35V1R5
RC42GF131J
RW31V101
RW69V6R8
RW67V471
RC32GF224J
RC32GF473J
RC42GF391J
RW67V271
RW33V682
RC42GF303J
RC42GF363J
710-9068-000
RL42S105G
RW35V562
RW33V122
RN70D6493F
RN80B1214F
RN80B1004F
RN70C3833F
RN70C4643F
RN70D5363F
RN80B4994F
HN70C1004F
RN80B1005F
RN75B3484F
RN80B4994F
RN80B2494F
RC42GF562K
RW31V101
RN80B1005F
7665K4
ST42A
JV9008
ST42A
BC3072
96408H935
101-3830-9
101-972
HKPH
82877
56289
72982
56289
56289
08806
71744
71468
71468
58474
13499
58474
09026
55026
13499
13499
13499
11502
71590
97315
72619
72619
72619
71400
Note. AII manufacturer s codes are 5-digit numbers. The corresponding manufacturer's name and
address are listed in SB 708-42 Catalog Handbook ((H4-2).
6-53
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circuit and the +20V ON-OFF switch is in the ON
position.
(3) +20V 1/4 AMP fuse. This protective
device is connected to the +20 volts dc primary power
circuit to protect it from overload.
(4) +20 V CURRENT meter. This 0 - 60
milliammeter indicates the amount of current being
drawn by the module under test.
(5) PUSH TO READ button. This shunting
switch is opened when pressed to permit the +20 V
CURRENT meter to indicate the module current drain.
(6) Coaxial connectors are provided for the
connection of signal leads and test equipment and these
are self-explanatory.
c. The piece parts required for fabrication of the
test fixture are listed in the following chart and
suggested parts placement is shown in figure 6-26.
Schematic diagram {fig. 7-19) illustrates the internal
circuit of the test fixture.
6-21. Test Fixture for Radio Frequency
Oscillator 0-1032/PRC-47
(fig. 7-19)
a. The test fixture for Radio Frequency Oscillator
0-1032JPRC-47 contains all switches, jacks, meter and
lamps necessary to electrically test and adjust the
module without providing a complete AN/PRC-47 Radio
Set. Power for the test fixture and the module under
test is provided externally and is connected to the test
fixture by a specially fabricated cable attached to power
connector J2 at the rear of the test fixture.
b. The operating controls on the front panel of the
test fixture (fig. 6-9) perform the following functions:
(1) +20V ON-OFF switch. This toggle switch
controls the +20 volts dc primary power circuit to the
module under test.
(2) +20V lamp. This indicator is lit when
power is connected to the +20 volts dc primary power
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Figure 6-26. Test Fixture for Radio Frequency Oscillator O-1032/PRC-47, Parts location.
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Symbol
Description
Mfgr Part No.
Mfgr Code
Test Set for Radio Frequency Oscillator O-1032/PHC-47
DS1
F1
J1
J2
J3 thru J5
M1
R1
R2
R3
R4
S1
S2
DS1
XF1
Lamp (FSN 6240-196-4491)
Fuse (FSN 5920-043-2641)
Connector (FSN 5935-089-1165)
Connector insert p/o J1 (FSN 5935-080-0268)
Connector
Connector (FSN 5935-755-2741)
MillIiammeter, O-50 ma (FSN 6825-643-1527)
Resistor fixed, 100 ohms, 10%, 2 W
Resistor fixed, 12,000 ohms, 10%, 1/2 W (FSN 5905-190
8884AHI
Resistor, fixed, 510 ohms, 5%, 1/2 W (FSN 5906-279-3511)
Resistor, fixed, 1200 ohms, 10%, 1/2 W (FSN 5905-195-6809)
Switch (FSN 5930-855-1514)
Switch (FSN 5930417-7120)
Light (FSN 6210-825-20511
Lens p/o XDSI (FSN 6210-511 -82081
Fuseholder (FSN 5920-284-71441
330
F02A250V1 -4AS
DBMF13W3S
DM53742-5000
MS3102A24-28P
UG912AU
M531 -2-214
RC42GFIOlK
RC20GF123K
RC20CF511J
RC20GP122K
ST42A
MS25089-5C
101-3830-9
101-972
HKPH
08805
71468
71468
82386
72619
72819
71400
Note. All manufacturer 'a codes are 5-digit numbers . The corresponding manufacturer's name and address are listed in SB 708-42 Catalog Handbook
(H4-2).
circuit and the +20V ON-OFF switch is in the ON
position.
(3) +20V 1/2 AMP fuse. This protective
device is connected to the +20 volts dc primary power
circuit to protect it from overload.
(4) ANTI-LOCX lamp. This lamp is lit when
the anti-lock dc output from the module under test is
present.
(5) Coaxial connectors are provided for the
connection of signal leads and test equipment and these
are self-explanatory.
c. The piece parts required for fabrication of the
test fissure are listed in the following chart and
suggested parts placement is shown in figure 6-27.
Schematic diagram (fig. 7-20) illustrates the internal
circuit of the test fixture.
d. Calibrate the Radio Frequency Oscillator 0
1032/PRC-47 used with this test fixture in accordance
with the procedures in paragraph 6-14g.
6-22. Test Fixture for Oscillator Control C4311/PRC-47
(fig. 7-20)
a. The test fissure for Oscillator Control C4311/PRC-47 contains all switches, jacks and lamps
necessary to electrically test and adjust the module
without providing a complete AN/PRC-47 Radio Set.
Power for the test fissure and the module under test is
provided externally and is connected to the test fissure
by a specially fabricated cable attached to power
connector J4 at the rear of the test fixture.
b. The operating controls on the front panel of the
test fixture (fig. 6-10) perform the following functions:
(1) +20V ON-OFF switch. This toggle switch
controls the +20 volts dc primary power circuit to the
module under test.
(2) +20V lamp. This indicator is lit when
power is connected to the +20 volts dc primary power
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Figure 6-27. Test Fixture for oscillator Control C-4311/PRC-47, Parts Location.
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Symbol
Description
Mfgr Part No.
Mfgr Code
Test Fixture for Oscillator Control C-4311/PRC-47
A1
DS1, DS2
F1
J1
J2
J3
J4
J5, J6
K1
MP1, MP2
MP3
MP4
S1
XDS1, XDS2
XF1
Radio Frequency Oscillator 0-1032/PRC-47 (FSN 5820-0870328)
Lamp (FSN 6240-069 63491
Fuse (FSN 5920-281-0224)
Connector /FSN 5935-983-2615ZBI
Connector (FSN 5935-089-69211
Connector (FSN 5936-089-1166)
Connector insert p/o J1 thru J3 (FSN 5935-080 0268)
Connector
Connector (FSN 5935-755-2741
Relay, armature (FSN 5945-779 77721
Shaft, coupling
Dial (FSN 6366-687 68461
Knob, pointer
Skirt, knob p/o MP4
Switch (FSN 5930-655-1514,
Light (FSN 6210-826-20511
Lens p/o XDS1 (FSN 6210-511-82081
Lens p/o XDS2 (FSN 6210460-65401
Fuseholder (FSN 5920-284-7144)
6-58
528 0119 005
MS25237-327-15
F02A250V1-2AS
DAMF7W2S
DAMF3W3S
DBMF13W3S
DM63742-5000
MS3102A24-28P
UG912AU
93591
768-7887-001
RBC
757-0230-001
757-0220-001
ST42A
101-3830-9
101-972
101-971
HKPH
13499
71468
71468
71468
71468
78277
13499
73138
13499
13499
72619
72619
72619
71400
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CHAPTER 7
CIRCUIT DIAGRAMS
7 1. Introduction
This chapter contains block diagrams, mechanical
schematics, main schematic diagrams and test fixture
diagrams for Radio Receiver-Transmitter RT 671/PTC47. The information is assembled in the following order:
c. Mechanical schematic (fig. 7-7).
a. MIL standard color codes (fig. 7-1).
All special symbols appearing on these drawings are
defined in the notes that are part of the diagrams in
which they appear.
d. Main schematic diagrams (fig. 7 8 through 7-14).
e. Test fixture diagrams (fig. 7-15 through 7-20).
b. Block diagrams (fig. 7-2 through 7-6).
Figure 7-1. Color Code Marking for Military Standard Resistors, Inductor, and Capacitors.
(Located in back of manual.)
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Figure 7-2. Receive Signal Path, Block Diagram.
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Figure 7-3. Transmit Signal Path, Block Diagram.
(Located in back of manual.)
Figure 7-4. Frequency Control Circuits, Block Diagram.
(Located in back of manual.)
Figure 7-5. Power Supply Circuits, Dc Primary Power Input, Block Diagram.
(Located in bade of manual.)
Figure 7-6. Power Supply Circuits, Ac Primary Power Input, Block Diagram.
(Located in back of manual.)
Figure 7-7. Mechanical Schematic, Frequency Control Mechanism.
(Located in back of manual.)
Figure 7-8 (1). Electrical Equipment Chassis CH-474/PRC-47(A8A4), Schematic Diagram (sheet 1 of 2).
(Located in back of manual.)
Figure 7-8 (2). Electrical Equipment Chassis CH-474/PRC-47 (A8A4)., Schematic Diagram (sheet 2 of 2).
(Located in back of manual.)
Figure 7-9. Audio Frequency Amplifier AM-3506/PRC-47(A8A1), Schematic Diagram.
(Located in back of manual.)
Figure 7-10. Amplifier-Modulator AM-3507/PRC-47 (A8A2). Schematic Diagram.
(Located in back of manual.)
Figure 7-11 (1) . Signal Data Translator CV -1377A/PRC-47 (A8A3), Schematic Diagram (sheet 1 of 2).
(Located in back of manual.)
Figure 7-11 (2) Signal Data Translator CV-1377A/PRC-47 (A8A3). Schematic Diagram (sheet 2 of 2).
(Located in back of manual.)
Figure 7-12. Power Supply PP-3518/PRC-47 (A8A5), Schematic Diagram.
(Located in back of manual I
7-13. Radio Frequency Oscillator O-1032/PRC-47 (A8A6) , Schematic Diagram.
(Located in back of manual.)
Figure 7-14. Oscillator Control C-4311/PRC-47 (A8A7), Schematic Diagram.
(Located in back of manual.)
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Figure 7-15. Test Fixture for Audio Frequency Amplifier AM-3506/PRC-47, Schematic Diagram.
7-4
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Figure 7-16. Test Fixture for Amplifier-Modulator AM-3507/PRC-47, Schematic Diagram.
7-5
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Figure 7-17. Test Fixture for Signal Data Translator CV-1377A/PRC-47, Schematic Diagram.
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Figure 7-18. Test Fixture for Power Supply PP-3518/PRC-47, Schematic Diagram.
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Figure 7-19. Test Fixture for Radio Frequency Oscillator O-1032/PRC-47, Schematic Diagram.
Figure 7-20. Test Fixture for Oscillator Control C-4311/PRC-47, Schematic Diagram.
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APPENDIX A
REFERENCES
DA Pam 310-4
DA Pam 310-7
TM 11-5017
TM 11-5129
TM 11-5820-509-12
TM 11-6625-200-15
TM 11-6625-320-12
TM 11 -6625-326- 12
TM 11-6625-935-12
Index of Technical Manuals, Technical Bulletins, Supply Manuals (Types 7, 8, and 9), Supply
Bulletins, and Lubrication Orders.
US Index Army Equipment of Modification Work Orders.
Output Meters TS-585A/U; 585B/U; 585C/U; and 585D/U.
Oscilloscopes AN/USM-50A; B; and C.
Operator and Organization Maintenance Manual: Radio Set AN/PRC-47.
Operator's, Organizational, DS, GS, and Depot Maintenance Manual: Multimeters ME-26A/U;
26B/U; 26C/U; and 26D/U.
Operator and Organizational Maintenance Manual: Voltmeter, Meter ME-30A/U and
Voltmeters, Electronic ME-30B/U; 30C/U; and 30E /U.
Operator and Organizational Maintenance Manual including Repair Parts and Special Tool
Lists: Analyzer, Spectrum AN/UPM-110.
Organizational Maintenance Manual: Audio Oscillators TS-312/FSM1, TS-312A/FSM-1, and
TS-382/U, and Signal Generator TS-312B/ FSM-1.
A-1
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APPENDIX B
DIRECT SUPPORT, GENERAL SUPPORT, AND
DEPOT MAINTENANCE REPAIR PARTS
AND SPECIAL TOOLS LIST
Section I. INTRODUCTION
B-1. Scope
This appendix lists repair parts and special tools
required for the performance of direct support, general
support, and depot maintenance of Radio Set AN/PRC47.
B-2. General
This Repair Parts and Special Tools List is divided into
the following sections.:
a. Repair Parts-Section II. A list of repair parts
authorized for the performance of maintenance of
maintenance at the direct support, general support, and
depot level.
b. Special Tools, Test, and Support EquipmentSection III. A list of special tools, test and support
equipment authorized for the performance of
maintenance at the direct support, general support, and
depot level.
c. Index - Federal Stock Number and Reference
Number Cross Reference to Figure and Item Number Section IV. A list of Federal stock numbers is ascending
numerical sequence, followed by a list of reference
numbers in ascending alphanumeric sequence, cross
referenced to the illustration figure number and
reference designation.
d. Index - Reference Designation Cross-Reference
to Page Number - Section V. A list of reference
designations cross-referenced to page numbers.
B-3. Explanation of Columns
The following provides an explanation of columns in the
tabular lists
a. Source, Main tenance and Recoverability Codes
(SMR ), Column 1.
(1) Source code indicates the selection status
and source for the listed item. Source codes are:
Code
Explanation
P
Repair parts which are stocked in or supplied
from the GSA/DSA, or Army supply system
and authorized for use at indicated
maintenance categories.
Code
P2
P9
P10
M
A
X
X1
X2
G
B-1
Explanation
Repair parts which are procured and stocked
for insurance purposes because the combat
or military essentiality of the end item
dictates that a minimum quantity be
available in the supply system.
Assigned to items which are NSA design
controlled: unique repair parts, special tools,
test, measuring and diagnostic equipment'
which are stocked and supplied by the Army
COMSEC logistic system, and which are not
subject to the provisions of AR 380-41.
Assigned to items which are NSA design
controlled special sods, test, measuring and
diagnostic equipment for COMSEC support,
which are accountable under the provisions
of AR 380-41, and which are stocked and
supplied by the Army COMSEC logistic
system.
Repair parts which are not procured or
stocked, but are to be manufactured at
indicated maintenance levels.
Assemblies which are not procured or stocked
as such but are made up of two or more
unite. Such component units carry individual
stock numbers and descriptions, are
procured and stocked separately, and can be
assembled to form the required assembly at
indicated maintenance categories.
Parts and assemblies which are not procured
or stocked and the mortality of which
normally is below that of the applicable end
item or component. The failure of such part
or assembly should result in retirement of the
end item from the supply system.
Repair parts which are not procured or
stocked. The requirement for such items will
be filled by use of the next higher assembly
or component.
Repair parts which are not stocked. The
indicated maintenance category requiring
such repair parts will attempt to obtain same
through cannibalization. Where such repair
parts
are
not
obtainable
through
cannibalization,
requirements
will
be
requisitioned,
with
accompanying
justification, through normal supply channels.
Major assemblies that are procured with PEMA
funds for initial issue only as exchange
assemblies at DSU and GSU level. These
assemblies will not be stocked above DS and
GS level or returned to depot supply level.
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f. 30-Day DS/GS Maintenance, 1 Year Per
(2) Maintenance code indicates the lowest
category of maintenance authorized to install the listed
Equipment (Contingency), and Depot Maintenance,
item. The maintenance level codes are:
Columns 6, 7, 8, and 9. Items authorized for requisition
as required are identified by an asterisk in the allowance
Code
Explanation
column. Subsequent appearances of the same item will
C
Operator/crew
have the letters "REF" in the applicable allowance
O
Organizational maintenance
columns.
F
Direct support maintenance
H
General support
g. Illustrations, Column 10. This column is divided
D
maintenance
as follows:
Depot maintenance
(1) Figure number, column 10a. Indicates the
(3) Recoverability code indicates whether
figure number of the illustration in which the item is
unserviceable items should be returned for recovery or
shown.
salvage.
Items not coded are expendable.
(2) Item number or reference designation,
Recoverability codes are:
column 10b. Indicates the reference designation used to
Code Explanation
identify the item in the illustration
R
Repair parts and assemblies are economically
B-4. Special Information
repairable at DSU and GSU activities and are
Not applicable.
normally furnished by supply on an exchange
B-5. How to Locate Repair Parts
basis.
a. When Federal stock number or reference
S
Repair parts and assemblies which are
number is unknown:
economically reparable at DSU and GSU
(1) First. Find the illustration covering the
activities and which normally are furnished by
unit
to
which
the repair part belongs.
supply on an exchange basis. When items are
(2)
Second. Identify the repair part on the
determined by GSU to be uneconomically
illustration
and
note the illustration figure number and
reparable, they will be evacuated to a depot for
reference
designation
of the repair part.
evaluation
and
analysis
before
final
disposition.
(3) Third. Using the reference designation
T
High dollar value recoverable repair parts
cross-reference to page number index (sec. V) find the
which are subject to special handling and are
reference designation and note the page number listed.
issued on an exchange basis. Such repair
Locate the item in the repair parts list (sec. II).
parts normally are repaired or overhauled at
b. When Federal stock number of reference
depot maintenance activities.
number is known:
U
Repair parts specifically selected for salvage
(1) First. Using the Federal stock number
by reclamation unite because d precious metal
and reference number index (sec IV) find the pertinent
content, critical materials, or high dollar value
Federal stock number or reference number and note the
reusable casings or castings.
figure number and reference designation. This index is
b. Federal Stock Number, Column 2. Indicates the
in ascending FSN sequence, followed by a list of
Federal stock number assigned to the item and will be
reference numbers in ascending alphanumeric
used for requisitioning purposes.
sequence, cross referenced to the illustration figure
c. Description, Column 3. Indicates the Federal
number and reference designation.
item name and any additional description of the item
(2) Second. Using the reference designation
required. A part number or other reference number is
cross-reference to page number index (sec V) find the
followed by the applicable five-digit Federal supply code
reference designation and note the page number listed.
for manufacturers in parentheses.
Locate the item in the repair parts list (sec. II).
d. Unit of Measure (U/M ), Column 4. A two
B-6. Federal Supply Code for Manufacturer (FSCM)
character alphabetic abbreviation indicating the amount
The FSCM is a 5-digit numeric code listed in SB 708-42
or quantity of the item upon which the allowances are
which is used to identify the manufacturer, distributor, or
based, e.g., ft. ea. pr, etc.
Government agency, etc.
e. Quantity Incorporated in Unit, Column 6.
Indicates the quantity of the item used in the assembly
group. A "V" appearing in this column in lieu of a
quantity indicates that a definite quantity cannot be
indicated {e.g., shims, spacers, etc..
Subsequent
appearances of the same item in the same assembly
are indicated by the letters "REF."
(Next printed page is B-4.)
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****REPAIR PARTS FOR DIRECT SUPPORT, GENERAL SUPPORT, AND DEPOT MAINTENANCE****
(1)
(2)
SMR
CODE
FEDERAL
STOCK
NUMBER
5820-861-3539
A--F-S
5820-062-6748
P--D
5820-007-9544
M-D
P-F-S
6135-087-2301
Y-D
P-D
`
5935-08-6228
P-D
5310-349-847
P-D
5310-158-5240
P-D
5935-088-6228
P-D
P-D
P-D
M-D
M-D
5935-951-3054
M-D
M-D
P-D
X1-D
X1-D
P-D
X1-D
X1-D
P--F
X1-D
5820-970-6766
(3)
DESCRIPTION
Reference Number & Mfr. Code
(4)
Usable
on Code
UNIT
OF
MEAS
(5)
30 DAY DS
MAINTENANCE
QTY
INC
IN
UNIT
RADI0 SET:
ANPRC47; (80058)
CASE, RADIO SET:
CY3700PRC47; (80058)
CASE, TRANSIT:
021-0187-00; (98376)
EA
1
EA
1
EA
1
PLATE, IDENTIFICATION
767-05 02-00; (13499)
ADAPTER, BATTERY TERMINAL
MX4430PRC47; (80058)
EA
1
EA
1
BRACKET, COVER-PRESSED:
549-6252-003; (13499)
CONNECTOR, RECEPTACLE, ELECTRICAL:
549-6245-002; (13499)
EA
1
EA
NUT, PLAIN, HEXAGON:
P334-0284-000; (77250)
WASHER, FLAT:
549-6244-002; (13499)
CONNECTOR, RECEPTACLE. ELECTRICAL:
549-6245-002; (13499)
NUT, PLAIN, HEXAGON:
P334-0284-000; (77250)
(6)
30 DAY GS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(7)
1 YR
ALW
ALLOWANCE
(c)
51-100
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(c)
51-100
(8)
DEPOT
MAINT
PER
100
EQUIP
CNTGCY
(9)
(10)
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
ILLUSTRATION
(a)
FIG
NO.
(b)
ITEM
NO.
A1
*
*
A1NP2
A1NP2
*
*
2
*
*
A2J1
EA
3
*
*
A2J1H1
EA
2
*
*
A2JH2
EA
REF
REF
REF
A2J2
EA
REF
REF
REF
A2J2H1
NUT, PLAIN, HEXAGON:
P334-0284-000; (77250)
WASHER, FLAT:
549-6244-002; (13499)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A2J2H2
EA
REF
REF
REF
A2J2H3
COVER, BATTERY BOX:
549-6250-003; (13499)
COVER, ELECTRICAL CONNECTOR:
10-243964-143; (77820)
PIN, LOCATING:
549-6242-002; (13499)
PLATE, IDENTIFICATION:
737-4765-000; (13499)
EA
1
A2MP2
EA
1
A2MP3
STRIKE, CATCH:
549-6247-002; (13499)
CATCH, LUGGAGE:
SCB83314-2A; (98003)
SCREW, MACHINE:
549-6246-02; (13499)
STRIKE, CATCH:
549-6247-002; (13499)
CATCH, LUGGAGE:
SCB83314-2A; (98003)
SCREW, MACHINE:
549-6246-002; (13499)
ADAPTER, CABLE TO CONNECTOR:
U239PRC47; (80058)
BODY, ADAPTER:
549-6493-003; (13499)
*
*
*
*
*
*
A2
A2MP1
EA
1
A2MP4
EA
1
A2MP5
EA
2
*
*
EA
1
REF
REF
EA
REF
EA
REF
REF
REF
A2A2
EA
REF
REF
REF
A2A2MP1
*
*
EA
REF
EA
1
EA
1
A2A1
A2A1MP1
A2A1MP1H1
A2A2MP1H1
*
*
*
*
*
*
A3
A3NP1
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****REPAIR PARTS FOR DIRECT SUPPORT, GENERAL SUPPORT, AND DEPOT MAINTENANCE****
(1)
(2)
SMR
CODE
FEDERAL
STOCK
NUMBER
(3)
DESCRIPTION
Reference Number & Mfr. Code
(4)
Usable
on Code
UNIT
OF
MEAS
(5)
30 DAY DS
MAINTENANCE
QTY
INC
IN
UNIT
(6)
30 DAY GS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(c)
51-100
(7)
1 YR
ALW
ALLOWANCE
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(c)
51-100
(8)
DEPOT
MAINT
PER
100
EQUIP
CNTGCY
(9)
(10)
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
ILLUSTRATION
(a)
FIG
NO.
(b)
ITEM
NO.
X1-D
CONNECTOR, PLUG, ELECTRICAL:
164-28,. (02660)
EA
1
A3P1
X1-D
NUT, PLAIN, HEXAGON:
549-6489-002, (13499)
EA
1
A3P1H1
X1-D
COVER, ADAPTER:
549-6490-002, (13499)
EA
1
A34P2
X1-D
SCREW, MACHINE:
P343-0285-000, (77250)
EA
4
A3MP2Hl
X1-D
SCREW, MACHINE:
P343-0285-000, (77250)
EA
REF
A3MP2H2
X1-D
SCREW, MACHINE:
P343-0285-000, (77250)
EA
REF
A3P2H3
X1-D
SCREW, MACHINE:
P343-0285-000,(77250)
EA
REF
A3MP1H4
X1-D
WASHER, LOCK, SPRING
MS35338-135, (96906)
EA
I
A3MP2H5
X1-D
WASHER, LOCK, SPRING
MS35338-135, (96906)
EA
REF
A3MP2H6
X1-D
WASHER, LOCK, SPRING
MS35338-135, (96906)
WASHER, LOCK, SPRING
MS35338-135, (96906)
EA
REF
A3MP2H7
EA
REF
A3MP2H8
X1-D
GASKET-ADAPTER
549-6491-002, (13499)
EA
1
A3MP3
X1-D
PLATE, IDENTIFICATION
757-4766-000, (13499)
EA
1
A3MP4
X1-D
POST, BINDING
7841, (72825)
EA
4
A3E1
X1-D
SCREW, MACHINE:
LP51957-28M, (03038)
EA
1
A3E1H1
X1-D
WASHER, FLAT
310-6360-000, (79807)
EA
1
A3E1H2
X1-D
WASHER, LOCKMS35338-136, (96906)
EA
1
A3E1H3
X1-D
WASHER, NONMETALLIC
302-0020-000; (74921)
EA
1
A3E1H1
X1-D
WASHER, NONMETALLIC
302-7000-000, (74921)
EA
1
A3E1H5
X1--D
POST, BINDING.
7841; (72825)
EA
REF
X1-D
SCREW, MACHINE
LP51957-28M; (03038)
EA
1
A3E2H1
X1-D
WASHER, FLAT.
310-6360-000; (79807)
EA
1
A3E2H2
X1-D
WASHER, LOCK, SPRIING
M635338-136; (96906)
EA
1
A3E2H3
X1-D
WASHER, NONMETALLIC:
302-0020-000; (74921)
EA
1
A3E2H4
X1-D
WASHER, NONMETALLIC :
302-7000-000; (74921)
EA
1
A3E2H5
X1-D
B-5
A3E2
SECTION II
TM 11-5820-509-35
****REPAIR PARTS FOR DIRECT SUPPORT, GENERAL SUPPORT, AND DEPOT MAINTENANCE****
(1)
(2)
SMR
CODE
FEDERAL
STOCK
NUMBER
(3)
DESCRIPTION
Reference Number & Mfr. Code
(4)
Usable
on Code
UNIT
OF
MEAS
(5)
30 DAY DS
MAINTENANCE
QTY
INC
IN
UNIT
(6)
30 DAY GS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(7)
1 YR
ALW
ALLOWANCE
(c)
51-100
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(c)
51-100
(8)
DEPOT
MAINT
PER
100
EQUIP
CNTGCY
(9)
(10)
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
ILLUSTRATION
(a)
FIG
NO.
(b)
ITEM
NO.
X1-D
POST, BINDING
7841, (72825)
EA
REF
A3E3
X1-D
SCREW, MACHINE
LP51957-28M; (03038)
EA
1
A3S3H1
X1-D
WASHER, FLAT
310-6360-000; (79807)
EA
1
A3E3H2
X1-D
WASHER, LOCK, SPRING
MS35338-136; (96906)
EA
1
A3E3H3
X1-D
WASHER, NONMETALLIC:
302-0020-000, (74921)
EA
1
A3E3H4
X1-D
WASHER, NONMETALLIC.
302-7000-000; (74921)
EA
1
A3E3H5
X1-D
POST, BINDING.
7841, (72825)
EA
REF
X1-D
SCREW, MACHINE:
LP51957-28M, (03038)
EA
1
A3E4H1
X1-D
WASHER, FLAT.
310-6360-000, (79807)
EA
1
A3E4H2
X1-D
WASHER, LOCK, SPRING
MS35338-1 36; (96906)
EA
1
A3E4H3
X1-D
WASHER, NGNMETALLIC.
302-0020-000; (74921)
EA
1
A3E4H4
X1-D
WASHER, NOIMETALLIC:
302-7000-000; (74921)
EA
1
A3E4H5
Y1-D
TERMINAL, LUG.
2522-06-00-20, (78189)
EA
4
A3E5
X1-D
TERMINAL, LUG.
2522-06-00-20, (78189)
EA
REF
A3E6
X1-D
TERMINAL, LUG:
2522-06-00-20, (78189)
EA
REF
A3E7
X1-D
TERMINAL, LUG
2522-06-00-20, (78189)
EA
REF
A3E8
A3E4
P-D
5935-432-6476
ADAPTER, CONNECTOR
756-2809-001, (1349 9)
EA
1
*
*
CP1
P-F-T
5985-087-2326
ANTENNAS1320PRC47, (80058)
EA
1
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
A4
P-F-T
ANTENNA SUBASSEMBLY, WHIP.
548-9095-002; (13499 )
EA
1
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
A4A1
A-F-S
ANTENNA
147, (23675)
EA
1
SECTION, BASE
CF76991, (23675)
SECTION, LOWER
CF75961, (23675)
EA
1
*
*
A4AE1MP1
EA
3
*
*
A4A1E1MP2
A4A1E1
P-D
5895-984-1066
P-D
5895-98h-1067
P-D
5895-984-1067
SECTION, LOWER
CF75961, (23675)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A4A1E1MP3
P-D
5895-984-1067
SECTION, LOWER
CF75961, (23675)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A4A1E1MP4
P-D
5895-060-4825
SECTION, TIP
CF75991, (23675)
EA
1
*
*
A4A1E1MP5
B-6
SECTION II
TM 11-5820-509-35
****REPAIR PARTS FOR DIRECT SUPPORT, GENERAL SUPPORT, AND DEPOT MAINTENANCE****
(1)
(2)
SMR
CODE
FEDERAL
STOCK
NUMBER
P-D
5895-984-1068
P-D
5895-984-1069
P-D
5895-984-1069
P-D
5895-984-1069
P-F
5975-987-8830
(3)
DESCRIPTION
Reference Number & Mfr. Code
(4)
Usable
on Code
UNIT
OF
MEAS
SECTION, TRANSITION:
CF75971, (23675)
SECTION, UPPER:
CF75981, (23675)
SECTION, UPPER:
CF75981, (23675)
SECTION, UPPER:
CF75981, (23675)
BOOT, ANTENNA:
548-9097-003, (13499)
CASE, ANTENNA:
548-911-oo004, (13499)
ANTENNA:
AS-1321PRC7., (80058)
EA
M-D
(5)
30 DAY DS
MAINTENANCE
QTY
INC
IN
UNIT
(6)
30 DAY GS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(7)
1 YR
ALW
ALLOWANCE
(c)
51-100
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(c)
51-100
1'
(8)
DEPOT
MAINT
PER
100
EQUIP
CNTGCY
(9)
(10)
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
ILLUSTRATION
*
*
A4AlE1MP6
(a)
FIG
NO.
(b)
ITEM
NO.
EA
3
*
*
A4A1E1MP7
EA
REF
REF
REF
A4AlE1MP8
EA
REF
REF
REF
EA
1
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
EA
1
EA
1
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
BAND, MARKER, CABLE:
797-4357-001; (13499)
EA
2
A5MP1
M-D
BAND, MARKER, CABLE:
797-4357-001, (13499)
EA
REF
A5MP2
M-D
BAND, MARKER, CABLE:
797-4358-01, (13499)
EA
1
A5MP3
P-D
CLIP, ELECTRICAL:
30, (76545)
CLIP, ELECTRICAL:
30, (76545)
CONTACT, ELECTRICAL:
554-7052-003, (13499)
EA
2
*
*
ASE1
EA
REF
REF
REF
ASE2
EA
1
*
*
A5E3
INSULATOR, STRAIN
JAN121TYPENPEN2W5601, (81350)
INSULATOR, STRAIN
JAN121TYPENPEN2W5601, (81350)
KNOB
554-7409-002, (13499)
PIN, SPRINGMS16562-206, (96906)
EA
2
*
*
A5E4
EA
REF
REF
REF
A5E5
EA
1
*
*
EA
1
SHAFT ASSEMBLY
554-7050-002, (13499)
CAP, ELECTRICAL
554-7047-002, (13499)
PIN, SPRING.
MS16562-203, (96906)
EA
1
EA
1
EA
1
A5A1MP1
M-D
SHAFT, STRAIGHT
554-7048-002, (13499)
EA
1
A5A1MP2
P-D
SHELL, ELECTRICAL CONNECTOR548-9098-003, (13499)
EA
1
*
*
A5E2
SCREW, MACHINE
MS51959-30, (96906)
SCREW, MACHINE
MS51959-30, (96906)
SCREW, MACHINE
MS51959-30, (96906)
EA
3
*
*
A5E2H1
EA
REF
REF
REF
A5E2H2
EA
REF
REF
REF
A5F2H3
M-D
P-F-S
5985-087-2305
P-D
P-D
6625-757 -4144
P-D
5910-117-5012
P-D
5910-117-5012
P-D
5355-965-4878
M-D
5315-823-8746
M-D
P-D
5820-798-9615
N-D
5315-823-8744
P-D
5305-719-5064
P-D
5305-719-5064
P-D
5305-719-5064
A4A1ElMP9
ALAlMP1
A4A2
A5
A5MP4
A5MP5
ASAI
*
B-7
*
A5A1E1
SECTION II
TM 11-5820-509-35
****REPAIR PARTS FOR DIRECT SUPPORT, GENERAL SUPPORT, AND DEPOT MAINTENANCE****
(1)
(2)
SMR
CODE
FEDERAL
STOCK
NUMBER
M-D
(3)
DESCRIPTION
Reference Number & Mfr. Code
(4)
Usable
on Code
UNIT
OF
MEAS
(5)
30 DAY DS
MAINTENANCE
QTY
INC
IN
UNIT
(6)
30 DAY GS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(7)
1 YR
ALW
ALLOWANCE
(c)
51-100
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(c)
51-100
(8)
DEPOT
MAINT
PER
100
EQUIP
CNTGCY
(9)
(10)
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
ILLUSTRATION
(a)
FIG
NO.
(b)
ITEM
NO.
SHIM
554-7051-002, (13499)
EA
1
TERMINAL LUG.
35107, (00779)
SCREW, MACHINE
P343-0327-000, (77250)
EA
1
*
*
A5E3
EA
1
*
*
A5E3H1
P-D
WASHER, SPRING TENSION:
310-0078-000, (79807)
EA
1
*
*
A5E3H2
P-D
WIRE, ELECTRICAL
955-o421UTXhi9W, (77872)
FT
47
*
*
A5W1
FRAME, ACCESSORIES
549-6277-000, (13499)
EA
1
*
*
A6
M-D
BILLET, SHOULDER STRAP:
021-0192-000, (24036)
EA
4
A6MP1
Y-D
BILLET, SHOULDER STRAP
021-0192-000; (24036)
EA
REF
A6MP2
M-D
BILLET, SHOULDER STRAP021-0192-000, (24036)
EA
REF
A6MP3
M-D
BILLET, SHOULDER STRAP.
021-0192-000, (24036)
EA
REF
A6MP4
CLAMP ASSEMBLY
519-6281-002, (13499)
EA
2
10
4
A6A1
P-D
CLAMP, LOOP.
549-62782002, (13499)
EA
1
*
*
A6AlMP1
P-D
TH'JMBSCREW, LONG
553-9810-003, (13499)
EA
1
*
*
A6AlA1
SCREW, MACHINE:
MS51957-14; (96906)
EA
1
*
*
A6A1A1H1
P-D
KINOB553-9806-002, (13499)
EA
1
A6A1A1MP1
M-D
PIN, SHOULDER, HEADLESS, LONG
553-9808-002, (13499)
EA
1
A6A1A1MP2
A6A1A1MP3
P-D
5940-501-5832
P-D
5305-O59-8247
P-F-S
P-D
P-D
5820-981-7539
5340-947-6204
5305-054-5648
A5H1
*
*
*
*
*
*
M-D
5315-754-1621
PIN, SPRING
MS171503, (96906)
EA
1
P-D
5340-947-620o
CLAMP, ASSEMBLY
549-6281-002, (13499)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A6A2
P-D
CLAMP, LOOP
549-6278-002, (13499)
EA
1
REF
REF
A6A2MP1
P-D
THUMBSCREW, LONG
553-9810-003, (13499)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A6A2A1
SCREW, MACHINE
MS51957-14, (96906)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A6A2AIH1
M-D
KNOB.
553-9806-002, (13499)
EA
REF
A6A2A1MP1
M-D
PIN, SHOULDER
553-9808-002, (13499)
EA
REF
A6A2A1MP2
PIN, SPRING
MS171503, (96906)
EA
REF
A6A2A1MP3
P-D
M-D
5305-054-5648
5315-754-1621
B-8
SECTION II
TM 11-5820-509-35
****REPAIR PARTS FOR DIRECT SUPPORT, GENERAL SUPPORT, AND DEPOT MAINTENANCE****
(1)
(2)
SMR
CODE
FEDERAL
STOCK
NUMBER
(3)
DESCRIPTION
Reference Number & Mfr. Code
(4)
Usable
on Code
UNIT
OF
MEAS
(5)
30 DAY DS
MAINTENANCE
QTY
INC
IN
UNIT
(6)
30 DAY GS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(c)
51-100
(7)
1 YR
ALW
ALLOWANCE
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(c)
51-100
(8)
DEPOT
MAINT
PER
100
EQUIP
CNTGCY
(9)
(10)
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
ILLUSTRATION
(a)
FIG
NO.
(b)
ITEM
NO.
P-D
5340-758-5660
CLAMP, LOOP
549-6280-002; (13499)
EA
2
*
*
A6MP5
P-D
5305-059-3663
SCREW, MACHINE
MS51958-67, (96906)
EA
1
*
*
A6MP5H1
P-D
5340-758-5660
REF
REF
REP
A6MP6
5305-059-3663
EA
1
REF
REF
A6MP6H1
M-D
5820-758-0064
EA
1
P-D
5305-770-2580
EA
2
*
*
A6MP7H1
P-D
5305-770-2580
EA
REF
REF
REF
A6MP7H2
P-D
5820-758-0063
CLAMP, LOOP
549-6280-002, (13499)
SCREW, MACHINE
MS51958-67, (96906)
HOLDER, FRAME, NO. 1:
549-6279-002, (13499)
SCREW, MACHINE
MS51959-16, (96906)
SCREW, MACHINE
MS51959-16, (96906)
PLATE ASSEMBLY, SUPPORT
549-6293-004, (13499)
EA
P-D
EA
1
*
*
M-D
PLATE, SUPPORT:
549-6287-002, (13499)
EA
1
A6A3MP1
M-D
PLATE, SUPPORT
549-6289-003, (13499)
SUPPORT, SHOULDER STRAP:
021-0189-000, (13499)
NUT, SELF-LOCKING, HEXAGON
68NN62, (7?962)
NUT, SELF-LOCKING, HEXAGON
68NM62, (72962)
SCREW, MACHINE
P325-0066-000, (77250)
EA
1
A6A3MP2
EA
1
EA
2
*
*
A6A31P3H1
EA
REF
REF
REF
A6A3MP3H2
EA
2
*
*
A6A3MP3H3
P-D
SCREW, MACHINE
P325-0066-000, (77250)
EA
REF
REF
RE
P-D
WASHER, FLAT310-0447-000, (79807)
EA
2
*
*
A6A3MP3H5
P-D
WASHER, FLAT
310-0447-000, (79807)
THUMBSCREW, SHORT:
553-9809-003, (13499)
NUT, SELF-LOCKING, HEXAGON:
MS21044D04, (96906)
SCREW, MACHINE
MS51959-14, (96906)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A634MP3H6
EA
2
*
*
A6A3A1
EA
1
*
*
A6A3A1H1
EA
1
*
*
A6A3AH1
KNOB
553-9806-002, (13499)
PIN, SHOULDER, HEADLESS, SHORT:
553-9807-002, (L3499)
PIN, SPRING
MS171503, (96906)
EA
1
A6A3A1MP1
EA
1
A6A3A1MP2
EA
1
A6A3A1MP3
THUMBSCREW, SHORT
553-9809-003, (13499)
EA
REF
M-D
P-D
P-D
P-D
P-D
P-D
5310-857-5548
P-D
5305-763-7822
M-D
M-D
M-D
P-D
5315-754-1621
A6MP7
A6A3
A6A3MP3
A6A3M3H4
A6A3A2
3-9
SECTION II
TM 11-5820-509-35
****REPAIR PARTS FOR DIRECT SUPPORT, GENERAL SUPPORT, AND DEPOT MAINTENANCE****
(1)
(2)
SMR
CODE
FEDERAL
STOCK
NUMBER
P-D
5310-857-5548
P-D
5305-763-7822
M-D
M-D
M-D
M-D
5110-115-5049
P-D
5340-290-0939
P-D
5340-290-0939
M-D
5820-960-7832
M-D
5820-960-7832
M-D
5340-734-5982
P-F-T
P-D
5965-985-3589
P-F-T
5820-062-4758
M-D
M-D
5820-795-9368
M-D
M-D
P-D
5340-795-9364
P-D
5340-795-9364
M-D
P-D
6145-191-8397
P-D
M-D
5820-795-9369
M-D
5820-795-9369
(3)
DESCRIPTION
Reference Number & Mfr. Code
(4)
Usable
on Code
UNIT
OF
MEAS
(5)
30 DAY DS
MAINTENANCE
QTY
INC
IN
UNIT
(6)
30 DAY GS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(7)
1 YR
ALW
ALLOWANCE
(c)
51-100
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(c)
51-100
(8)
DEPOT
MAINT
PER
100
EQUIP
CNTGCY
(9)
(10)
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
ILLUSTRATION
(a)
FIG
NO.
(b)
ITEM
NO.
NUT, SELF-LOCKING, HEXAGON:
MS21044D04; (96906)
SCREW, MACHINE
MS51959-14; (96906)
EA
1
REF
REF
A6A3A2H1
EA
1
REF
REF
A6A3A2H1
KNOB:
553-9806-002; (13499)
PIN, SHOULDER, HEADLESS, SHORT:
553-9807-002; (13499)
EA
1
A6A3A2MP1
EA
1
A6A3A2MP2
EA
1
A6A3A2MP3
EA
1
A6A4
PIN, SPRING:
MS171503; (96906)
RETAINER, BATTERY-RIVETED:
549-6292-003; (13499)
BUCKLE:
11NO1136STL; (76786)
BUCKLE:
11NO1136STL; (76786)
EA
2
*
*
A6A4MP1
EA
REF
REF
REF
A6A4MP2
STRAP, BACK:
WAGC6347; (79215)
STRAP, BACK:
WAGC6347; (79215)
EA
2
A6MP8
EA
REF
A6MP9
STRAP, WEBBING-SECURING:
549-6282-002, (13499)
EA
1
A6MP10
HANDSET, H-33G1P,
977-0049-010
HEADSET, ELECTRICAL:
H233PRC47; (80058)
EA
1
EA
1
LEG, ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT
MT2786PRC47, (80058)
CASE, LEGS:
549-6495-004; ( 13499)
LEG, ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT
549-6494-003; (134991
BUSHING, SLEEVE:
549-6482-002; (13499)
BUSHING, SLEEVE:
549-6482-002; (13499)
CLAMP, FRICTION-FEMALE:
549-6486-002, (13499)
CLAMP, FRICTION- FEMALE:
549-6486-002, (13499)
COUNTERPOISE SUBASSEMBLY.
549-6477-002, (13499)
BRAID, WIRE:
36062, (75818)
EA
1
EA
1
A7MP1
EA
2
A7A1
EA
2
A7A1MP1
EA
REF
EA
2
*
*
A7A1MP3
EA
REF
REF
REF
A7A1WP4
EA
1
FT
64
*
*
A7A1E1W1
PLUG, TIP:
108, (83330)
HOUSING, LEG-HINGE.
549-6487-002; (13499)
HOUSING, LEG-HINGE:
549-6487-002; (i3499)
EA
1
*
*
A7A1E1P1
EA
2
A7A1MP5
EA
REF
A7A1MP6
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
HT1
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
A7
A7A1MP2
A7A1E1
B-10
SECTION II
TM 11-5820-509-35
****REPAIR PARTS FOR DIRECT SUPPORT, GENERAL SUPPORT, AND DEPOT MAINTENANCE****
(1)
(2)
SMR
CODE
FEDERAL
STOCK
NUMBER
(3)
DESCRIPTION
Reference Number & Mfr. Code
(4)
Usable
on Code
UNIT
OF
MEAS
(5)
30 DAY DS
MAINTENANCE
QTY
INC
IN
UNIT
(6)
30 DAY GS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(c)
51-100
(7)
1 YR
ALW
ALLOWANCE
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(c)
51-100
(8)
DEPOT
MAINT
PER
100
EQUIP
CNTGCY
(9)
(10)
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
ILLUSTRATION
(a)
FIG
NO.
(b)
ITEM
NO.
M-D
LEG, SECTION, ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT:
549-6478-002, (13499)
EA
1
A7A1MP7
M-D
LEG, SECTION, ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT:
549-6479-002, (13499)
EA
1
A7A1MP8
M-D
5820-795-9R71
PLATE, LEG MOUNTING:
549-6483-002, (13499)
EA
1
A7A1MP9
P-D
5820-795-9370
RETAINER, LEG:
549-6484-002; (13499)
EA
2
A7A1MP10
P-D
5310-934-9765
NUT, PLAIN, HEXAGON:
NS35650-304, (96906)
EA
2
A7A1MP10H1
P-D
5310-934-9765
NUT, PLAIN, HEXAGON:
MS35650-30 4, (96906)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A7A1MP10H2
P-D
5305-071-1325
SCREW, MACHINE:
MS51960-68, (96906)
EA
2
*
*
A7A1MP10H3
P-D
5305-071-1325
SCREW, MACHINE:
NS51960-68, (96906)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A7A1MP10H4
P-D
5310-933-8120
WASHER, LOCK, SPRING:
MS35338-138, (96906)
EA
2
*
*
A7A1MP10H5
P-D
5310-933-8120
WASHER, LOCK, SPRING:
MS35338-138; (96906)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A7A1MP10H6
P-D
5820-795-9370
RETAINER, LEG:
549-6484-002; (13499)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A7A1MP11
P-D
5310-934-9765
NUT, PLAIN, HEXAGON:
MS35650-304; (96906)
EA
2
REF
REF
A7A1MP11H1
P-D
5310-93&9765
NUT, PLAIN, HEXAGON:
MS35650-3o40, (96906)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A7A1MP11H2
P-D
5305-071-1325
SCREW, MACHINE:
NS51960-68, (96906)
EA
2
REF
REF
A7A1MP11H3
P-D
5305-71-1325
SCREW, MACHINE:
MS51960-68, (96906)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A7A1MP11H4
P-D
5310-933-8120
WASHER, LOCK, SPRING:
Ns35338-138; (96906)
EA
2
REF
REF
A7A1MP11H5
P-D
5310-9338120
WASHER, LOCK, SPRING:
NS35338-138, (96906)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A7A1MP11H6
P-D
5305-788-9883
STUD, WING:
549-6475-002, (13499)
EA
2
*
*
M-D
PIN, GROOVED, HEADLESS:
MS35672-14, (96906)
EA
1
A7A1A1MP1
M-D
PIN, SHOULDERED, HEADLESS:
549-6476-002, (13499)
EA
1
A7A1A1MP2
M-D
WING, STUD:
549-6480-002, (13499)
EA
1
A7A1A1MP3
STUD, WING
549-667-0002; (13499)
EA
REF
M-D
PIN, GROOVED, HEADLESS:
MS35672-14, (96906)
EA
1
A7A1A2MP1
M-D
PIN, SHOULDERED, HEADLESS:
549-76-002, (13&99)
EA
1
A7A1A2MP2
P-D
5305-788-9883
B-11
REF
REF
A7A1A
A7A1A2
SECTION II
TM 11-5820-509-35
****REPAIR PARTS FOR DIRECT SUPPORT, GENERAL SUPPORT, AND DEPOT MAINTENANCE****
(1)
(2)
SMR
CODE
FEDERAL
STOCK
NUMBER
M-D
(3)
DESCRIPTION
Reference Number & Mfr. Code
(4)
Usable
on Code
UNIT
OF
MEAS
(5)
30 DAY DS
MAINTENANCE
QTY
INC
IN
UNIT
WING, STUD:
549-6480-002, (13499)
EA
1
(6)
30 DAY GS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(c)
51-100
(7)
1 YR
ALW
ALLOWANCE
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(c)
51-100
(8)
DEPOT
MAINT
PER
100
EQUIP
CNTGCY
(9)
(10)
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
ILLUSTRATION
(a)
FIG
NO.
(b)
ITEM
NO.
A7A1A2MP3
P-D
5310-938-8387
WASHER:
542-1598-003, (13499)
EA
2
*
*
A7A1H1
P-D
5310-685-7469
WASHER:
542-1598-003; (13499)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A7A1H2
LEG, ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT:
549-6494-003; (13499)
EA
REF
M-D
A7A2
M-D
3120-368-7946
BUSHING, SLEEVE:
549-6482-002; (13499)
EA
2
A7A2MP1
M-D
3120-768-7946
BUSHING, SLEEVE:
549-6482-002; (13499)
EA
REF
A7A2MP2
P-D
5340-795-9364
CLAMP, FRICTION-FEMALE:
549-6486-002; (13499)
EA
2
REF
REF
A7A2MP3
P-D
5340-795-9364
CLAMP, FRICTION-FEMALE:
5,9-6486-002; ( 13199)
EA
REF
REF
REP
A7A2MP4
COUNTERPOISE:
549-6477-002; ( 1399)
EA
1
BRAID, WIRE:
36062; (75818)
FT
63
REF
REF
A7A2E1W1
P-D
PLUG, TIP:
108; (83330)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A7A2E1P1
M-D
HOUSING, LEG-HINGE:
549-6487-oo2, ( 1 3499)
EA
2
A7A2MP5
M-D
HOUSING, LEG-HINGE:
549-648 7-002; (13499)
EA
REF
A7A2MP6
M-D
P-D
6145-191-8397
A7A2E1
M-D
5820-T66-1827
LEG SECTION, ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT:
549-6478-002; (13499)
EA
1
A7A2MP7
M-D
5820-766-1828
LEG SECTION, ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT:
549-6479-002; (13499)
EA
1
A7A2MP8
M-D
P-D
5820-795-9370
PLATE, LEG MOUNTING:
RETAINER LEG:
549-6484L-02; (13499)
EA
EA
1
2
REF
REF
A7A2MP9
A7A2MP10
P-D
5310-934-9765
NUT, PLAIN, HEXAGON:
MS35650-304; (96906)
EA
2
REF
REF
A7A2MP10H1
P-D
5310-934-9765
NUT, PLAIN, HEXAGON:
MS35650-304; (96906)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A7A2MP10H2
P-D
5305-071-1325
SCREW, MACHINE:
MS51960-68; (96906)
EA
2
REF
REF
A7A2MP10H3
P-D
5305-071-1325
SCREW, MACHINE:
MS51960-68; (96906)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A7A2MP10H4
P-D
5310-933-8120
WASHER, LOCK, SPRING:
MS35338-138; (96906)
EA
2
REF
REF
A7A2MP10H5
P-D
5310-9338120
WASHER, LOCK, SPRING:
MS35338-138; (96906)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A7A2MP10H6
P-D
5820-795-9370
RETAINER, LEG.
549-6484-002; (13499)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A7A2MP11
P-D
5310-934-9765
NUT, PLAIN, HEXAGON:
MS35650-304, (96906)
EA
2
REF
REF
A7A2MP11H1
B-12
SECTION II
TM 11-5820-509-35
****REPAIR PARTS FOR DIRECT SUPPORT, GENERAL SUPPORT, AND DEPOT MAINTENANCE****
(1)
(2)
SMR
CODE
FEDERAL
STOCK
NUMBER
(3)
DESCRIPTION
Reference Number & Mfr. Code
(4)
Usable
on Code
UNIT
OF
MEAS
(5)
30 DAY DS
MAINTENANCE
QTY
INC
IN
UNIT
(6)
30 DAY GS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(7)
1 YR
ALW
ALLOWANCE
(c)
51-100
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(c)
51-100
(8)
DEPOT
MAINT
PER
100
EQUIP
CNTGCY
(9)
(10)
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
ILLUSTRATION
(a)
FIG
NO.
(b)
ITEM
NO.
P-D
5310-934-9765
NUT, PLAIN, HEXAGON:
MS35650-304; (96906)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A7A2MP11H2
P-D
5305-071-1325
SCREW, MACHINE:
MS51960-68; (96906)
EA
2
REF
REF
A7A2MP11H3
P-D
5305-071-1325
SCREW, MACHINE:
MS51960-68; (96906)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A7A2MP11H4
P-D
5310-933-8120
WASHER, LOCK, SPRING:
MS35338-138; (96906)
EA
2
REF
REF
A7A2MP11H5
P-D
5310-933-8120
WASHER, LOCK, SPRING:
MS35338-138; (96906)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A7A2MP11H6
P-D
STUD, WING:
549-6475-002; (13499)
EA
2
REF
REF
A7A2A1
M-D
PIN, GROOVED, HEADLESS.
MS35672-14; (96906)
EA
REF
A7A2A1MP1
M-D
PIN, SHOULDERED, HEADLESS:
549-676-002; (13499)
EA
1
A7A2A1MP2
M-D
WING, STUD
549-6480-002; (13499)
EA
REF
A7A2A1MP3
P-D
STUD, WING:
549-6475-002; (13499)
EA
REF
M-D
PIN, GROOVED, HEADLESS:
MS35672-14; (96906)
EA
1
A7A2A2MP1
M-D
PIN, SHOULDERED, HEADLESS:
549-676-002; (13499)
EA
1
A7A2A2MP2
M-D
WING, STUD
549-6480-002, (13499)
EA
REF
A7A2A2MP3
P-D
WASHER :
542-1598-003; (13499)
WASHER :
542-1598-003; (13499)
EA
2
REF
REF
A7A2H1
EA
REF
REF
REF
A7A2H2
M-D
PLATE, IDENTIFICATION:
757-4764-000, (13499)
EA
2
A7MP1
M-D
PLATE, IDEFTIFICATION:
757-4764-000, (13499)
EA
REF
A7MP2
M-D
PLATE, IDEFTIFICATION:
757-4764-000, (13499)
EA
1
P-D
P-F-S
5820-082-1599
RECEIVER-TRANSMITTER, RADIO:
RT671PRC47; (80058)
EA
1
P-H-S
5820-087-2314
1
5820-975-5417
CONTROL, OSCILIATOR:
C4311PRC47; (80058)
AMPLIFIER, RADIO FREQUENCY.
549-5788-004; (13499)
EA
P-H-T
EA
1
X1-D
BOARD, PRINTED CIRCUIT:
549-5790-004; (l3499)
EA
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, CERAMIC:
6S8083; (56289)
X1-D
X1-D
REF
REF
A7A2A2
MP4
*
*
3-4
A8
*
*
3-4
A8A7
*
*
3-14
A8A7E4
1
3-57
A8A7E4E1
EA
4
3-57
A8A7E4C57
CAPACITOR, FIXED, CERAMIC:
6S8083; (56289)
EA
REF
3-57
A8A7E4C59
CAPACITOR, FIXED, CERAMIC:
6S8083; (56289)
EA
REF
3-57
A8A7E4C60
B-13
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
SECTION II
TM 11-5820-509-35
****REPAIR PARTS FOR DIRECT SUPPORT, GENERAL SUPPORT, AND DEPOT MAINTENANCE****
(1)
(2)
SMR
CODE
FEDERAL
STOCK
NUMBER
(3)
DESCRIPTION
Reference Number & Mfr. Code
(4)
Usable
on Code
UNIT
OF
MEAS
(5)
30 DAY DS
MAINTENANCE
QTY
INC
IN
UNIT
(6)
30 DAY GS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(c)
51-100
(7)
1 YR
ALW
ALLOWANCE
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(c)
51-100
(8)
DEPOT
MAINT
PER
100
EQUIP
CNTGCY
(9)
(10)
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
ILLUSTRATION
(a)
FIG
NO.
(b)
ITEM
NO.
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, CERAMIC.
6S8083, (56289)
EA
REF
3-57
A8A6E4C63
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, ELECTROLYTIC.
150D104X0035A2, (56289)
CAPACITOR, FIXED, ELECTROLYTIC:
150D104X0035A2; (56289)
EA
2
3-57
A8A7E4C58
EA
REF
3-57
A8A7E4C61
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM05CD100D03; (81349)
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA
CM05ED220J03; (81349)
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA
CM05ED220J03; (81349)
EA
1
3-57
A8A7E4C56
X1-D
X1-D
X1-D
X1-D
EA
3
3-57
A8A7E4C66
EA
REF
3-57
A8A7E4C68
REF
3-57
A8A7E4C70
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA
CM05ED220J03, (81349)
EA
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM05ED390J03, (81349)
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA
CM05ED390J03, (81349)
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA
CM05ED390J03, (81349)
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
DM15F471J300WV4CR, (72136)
COIL, RADIO FREQUENCY
LT10K020; (81349)
EA
3
3-57
A8A7E4C65
EA
REF
3-57
A8A7E4C67
EA
REF
3-57
A8A7E4C69
EA
1
3-57
A8A7E4C62
EA
3
3-57
A8A7E4L16
X1-D
COIL, RADIO FREQUENCY
LT10K020; (81349)
EA
REF
3-57
A8A7E4L17
X1-D
COIL, RADIO FREQUENCY
LT10K020; (81349)
EA
REF
3-57
A8A7E4L18
X1-D
RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITION
RCR07G121KS; (81349)
RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITION
RCR07G121KS; (81349)
EA
2
3-57
A8ATE4R88
EA
REF
3-57
A8A7E4R93
RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITION
RCRO7G221KS, (81349)
RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITION
RCR07G561KS, (81349)
RESISTOR, FIXED, CODMPOSITION:
RCR07G561KS; (81349)
RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITION:
RCR07G392KS; (81349)
EA
1
3-57
A8A7E4R97
EA
2
3-57
A8A7E4R92
EA
REF
3A8
A8A7E4R102
EA
2
3-57
A8A7E4R95
RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITION.
RCR07G392KS; (81349)
RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITION
RCR07G472KS; (81349)
EA
REF
3-57
A8A7E4R101
EA
2
3-57
A8A7E4R90
RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITION
RCR07G472KS; (81349)
RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITION
RCR07G562KS, (81349)
RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITION
RCR07G562KS; (81349)
EA
REF
3-57
A8A7E4R99
EA
2
3-57
A8A7E4R91
EA
REF
3-51
A8A7E4R96
X1-D
X1-D
X1-D
X1-D
X1-D
X1-D
X1-D
X1-D
X1-D
X1-D
X1-D
X1-D
X1-D
X1-D
B-14
SECTION II
TM 11-5820-509-35
****REPAIR PARTS FOR DIRECT SUPPORT, GENERAL SUPPORT, AND DEPOT MAINTENANCE****
(1)
(2)
SMR
CODE
FEDERAL
STOCK
NUMBER
X1-D
X1-D
X1-D
X1-D
X1-D
X1-D
X1-D
P-D
P-D
P-D
3120-865-8571
P-D
P-D
5910-583-19 97
P-D
5910-583-1997
P-D
5910-583-1997
P-D
5910-583-1997
X1-D
X1-D
P-D
5950-828-1343
P-D
5950-828-1343
P-D
59-828-1343
P-D
59 828-1343
P-D
P-D
5305-7 702533
P-D
5305-763-7822
P-D
5310-058-3599
(3)
DESCRIPTION
Reference Number & Mfr. Code
(4)
Usable
on Code
UNIT
OF
MEAS
(5)
30 DAY DS
MAINTENANCE
QTY
INC
IN
UNIT
(6)
30 DAY GS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(c)
51-100
(7)
1 YR
ALW
ALLOWANCE
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(c)
51-100
(8)
DEPOT
MAINT
PER
100
EQUIP
CNTGCY
(9)
(10)
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
ILLUSTRATION
(a)
FIG
NO.
(b)
ITEM
NO.
RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITION
RCR07G822KS, (81349)
RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITION
RCR07G825KS, (81349)
EA
1
3-57
A8A7E4R100
EA
3
6-67
A8A7E4R89
RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITION:
RCR07G825KS, (81349)
RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITION
RCR07G825KS, (81349)
TRANSISTOR
2N703, (07688)
EA
REF
3-57
A8A7E4R94
EA
REF
3-57
A8A7E4R98
EA
3
3-57
A8A7E4Q17
TRANSISTOR
2N703; (07688)
TRANSISTOR
2N703, (07688)
BEARING, BALL, ANNULAR:
NM2032ZM3E; (43334)
BEARING, BALL, ANNULAR::
NM2032ZM3E; (43334)
BEARING,SLEEVE, FLANGED, NYLON:
3L3F, (96881)
BUTTON, CABLE:
541-5179-002; (13499)
CAPACITOR, FIXED, CERAMIC
2465-009W5T0102P, (72982)
CAPACITOR, FIXED, CERAMIC
2465-009W5T0102P, (72982)
EA
REF
3-57
A8A7E4Q18
EA
REF
3-57
A8A7E4Q19
EA
2
*
*
A8A7MP1
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A7MP2
EA
1
*
*
A8A7MP3
EA
1
*
*
EA
4
*
*
3-61
ASA7C181
EA
REF
REF
REF
3-61
A8A7C182
CAPACITOR, FIXED, CERAMIC
2465-009W5T0102P, (72982)
EA
REP
REF
REF
3-61
A8A7C183
CAPACITOR, FIXED, CERAMIC:
2465-009W5T0102P, (72982)
CHASSIS, ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT
549-5809-005, (13499)
CHASSIS, FILTER:
756-0318-004, (13499)
COIL, RADIO FREQUENCY
LT10K043; (81349)
EA
REF
REF
REF
3-61
A8A6C184
EA
1
EA
1
EA
4
*
*
3-61
A8A7L34
EA
REF
REF
REF
3-61
ASA7L35
EA
REF
REF
REF
3-61
A8A7L36
EA
REF
REF
REF
3-61
A8A7L37
EA
1
*
*
EA
1
EA
1
EA
1
COIL, RADIO FREQUENCY
LT10K043, (81349)
COIL, RADIO FREQUENCY
LT10K043; (81349)
COIL, RADIO FREQUENCY
LT10K043; (81349)
CONNECTOR, RECEPTACLE, ELECTRICAL.
DAM3W3P, (71468)
SCREW, MACHINE
MS51959-13, (96906)
SCREW, MACHINE
MS51959-14, (96906)
WASHER, LOCK:
MS35335-51, (96906)
A8ATMP4
A8A7MP5
A8A7MP6
A8A7P2
A8A7P2H1
REF
REF
A8A7P2H2
A8A7P2H3
B-15
SECTION II
TM 11-5820-509-35
****REPAIR PARTS FOR DIRECT SUPPORT, GENERAL SUPPORT, AND DEPOT MAINTENANCE****
(1)
(2)
SMR
CODE
FEDERAL
STOCK
NUMBER
X1-D
(3)
DESCRIPTION
Reference Number & Mfr. Code
(4)
Usable
on Code
UNIT
OF
MEAS
(5)
30 DAY DS
MAINTENANCE
QTY
INC
IN
UNIT
(6)
30 DAY GS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(c)
51-100
(7)
1 YR
ALW
ALLOWANCE
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(c)
51-100
(8)
DEPOT
MAINT
PER
100
EQUIP
CNTGCY
(9)
(10)
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
ILLUSTRATION
WASHER, LOCK, SPRING:
MS35338-135; (96906)
EA
1
REF
REF
(a)
FIG
NO.
(b)
ITEM
NO.
A8A7P2H4
P-D
5935-810-6598
CONECTOR, RECEPTACLE, ELECTRICAL
DAM7W2P, (71468)
EA
1
*
*
P-D
5310-614-3500
NUT, SELF-LOCKING, HEXAGON:
68-1660-40; (72962)
EA
2
*
*
A8A7P1H1
P-D
5310-614-3500
NUT, SELF-LOCKING, HEXAGON:
68-1660-40; (72962)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A7P1H2
P-D
5305-763-7822
SCREW, MACHINE.
MS51959-14, (96906)
EA
2
REF
REF
A8A7P1H3
P-D
5305-763-7822
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A7P1H4
P-D
5935-885-6505
SCREW, MACHINE
MS51959-14, (96906)
CONTACT, ELECTRICAL, COAXIAL INSERT:
DM53740-5000; (71468)
EA
5
*
*
A8A7P1A1
P-D
5935-885-6505
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A7P1A2
P-D
5935-885-6505
CONTACT, ELECTRICAL, COAXIAL INSERT:
DM53740-5000; (71468)
CONTACT, ELECTRICAL, COAXIAL INSERT:
DM53740-5000; (71468)
EA
REF
FEF
REF
A8A7P2A1
P-D
5935-885-6505
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A7P2A2
P-D
5935-885-6505
EA
REF
REF
REF
A9A7P2A3
EA
1
*
*
3-4
A8A7E7
EA
1
*
*
3-60
A8A7E7A1
EA
2
REF
REF
A8A7E7A1H2
EA
2
*
*
A8A7E7A1H2
EA
*
*
*
EA
1
3-60
A8A7E7A1E8
EA
20
3-60
A8A7E7A1C114
P-H-S
P-D
P-D
5310-6114-3500
P-D
5305-054-5653
P-D
5310-530-3549
X1-D
X1-D
X1-D
X1-D
X1-D
X1-D
X1-D
X1-D
X1-D
CONTACT, ELECTRICAL, COAXIAL INSERT:
DM53740-5000; (71468)
CONTACT, ELECTRICAL, COAXIAL INSERT:
DM53740-5000; (71468)
CONTROL, SUBASSEMBLY, OSCILLATOR:
549-5776-004, (13499)
CAPACITOR ASSEMBLY:
549-5777-004; (13499)
NUT, SELF-LOCKING, HEXAGON:
68-1660-40; (72962)
SCREW, MACHINE:
MS51957-19; (96906)
WASHER, NONMETALLIC, FLAT
8942; (76854)
BOARD, PRINTED CIRCUIT
549-5764-003; (13499)
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM05ED300G03, (81349)
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM05ED300G03, (81349)
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM05ED300G03, (81349)
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM05ED300G03, (81349)
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM05ED300G03, (81349)
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM05ED300G03, (81349)
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM05ED300G03, (81349)
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM05ED300G03, (81349)
*
*
*
3-61
A8A7P1
A8A7E7A1H4
EA
REF
3-60
A8A7E7A1C116
EA
REF
3-60
A8A7E7A1C118
EA
REF
3-60
A8A7E7A1C120
EA
REF
3-60
A8A7E7A1C122
EA
REF
3-60
A8A7E7A1C124
EA
REF
3-60
A8A7E7A1C126
EA
REF
3-60
A8A7E7A1C128
*SELECT PER OPERATIONAL REQUIREMENT.
B-16
SECTION II
TM 11-5820-509-35
****REPAIR PARTS FOR DIRECT SUPPORT, GENERAL SUPPORT, AND DEPOT MAINTENANCE****
(1)
(2)
SMR
CODE
FEDERAL
STOCK
NUMBER
(3)
DESCRIPTION
Reference Number & Mfr. Code
(4)
Usable
on Code
UNIT
OF
MEAS
(5)
30 DAY DS
MAINTENANCE
QTY
INC
IN
UNIT
(6)
30 DAY GS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(c)
51-100
(7)
1 YR
ALW
ALLOWANCE
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(c)
51-100
(8)
DEPOT
MAINT
PER
100
EQUIP
CNTGCY
(9)
(10)
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
ILLUSTRATION
(a)
FIG
NO.
(b)
ITEM
NO.
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM05ED300G03, (81349)
EA
REF
3-60
A8A7E7
A1C130 *
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM05ED300G03, (81349)
EA
REF
3-60
A8A7E7
A1C132 *
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM05ED300G03, (81349)
EA
REF
3-60
A8A7E7
A1C134 *
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM05ED300G03, (81349)
EA
REF
3-60
A8A7E7
A1C136 *
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM05ED300G03, (81349)
EA
REF
3-60
A8A7E7
A1C138 *
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:CM05ED300G03, (81349)
EA
REF
3-60
A8A7E7
A1C140 *
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM05ED300C03, (81349)
EA
REF
3-60
A8A7E7
A1C142 *
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM05ED300G03, (81349)
EA
REF
3-60
A8A7E7 *
A1C144
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM05ED300G03, (81349)
EA
REF
3-60
A8A7E7 *
A1C146
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM05ED300G03, (81349)
EA
REF
3-60
A8A7E7
A1C148 *
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM05ED300G03, (81349)
EA
REF
360
A8A7E7
A1C150 *
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM05ED300G03, (81349)
EA
REF
3-60
A8A7E7
A1C152 *
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM05ED330G03, (81349)
EA
20
3-60
A8A7E7
A1C114 *
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM05ED330G03, (81349)
EA
REF
3-60
A8A7E7
A1C116 *
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM05ED330G03, (81349)
EA
REF
3-60
A8A7E7
A1C118 *
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM05ED330G03, (81349)
EA
REF
3-60
A8A7E7
A1C120 *
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM05ED330G03, (81349)
EA
REF
3-60
A8A7E7
A1C122 *
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM05ED330G03, (81349)
EA
REF
3-60
A8A7E7
A1C124 *
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM05ED330G03, (81349)
EA
REF
3-60
A8A7E7
A1C126 *
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM05ED330G03, (81349)
EA
REF
3-60
A8A7E7
A1C128 *
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM05ED330G03, (81349)
EA
REF
3-60
A8A7E7
A1C130 *
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM05ED330G03, (81349)
EA
REF
3-60
A8A7E7
A1C132 *
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM05ED330G03, (81349)
EA
REF
3-60
A8A7E7
A1C134 *
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM05ED330G03, (81349)
EA
REF
3-60
A8A7E7
A1C136 *
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM05ED330G03, (81349)
EA
REF
3-60
A8A7E7
A1C138 *
*SELECT PER OPERATIONAL REQUIREENT
B-17
SECTION II
TM 11-5820-509-35
****REPAIR PARTS FOR DIRECT SUPPORT, GENERAL SUPPORT, AND DEPOT MAINTENANCE****
(1)
(2)
SMR
CODE
FEDERAL
STOCK
NUMBER
(3)
DESCRIPTION
Reference Number & Mfr. Code
(4)
Usable
on Code
UNIT
OF
MEAS
(5)
30 DAY DS
MAINTENANCE
QTY
INC
IN
UNIT
(6)
30 DAY GS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(c)
51-100
(7)
1 YR
ALW
ALLOWANCE
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(c)
51-100
(8)
DEPOT
MAINT
PER
100
EQUIP
CNTGCY
(9)
(10)
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
ILLUSTRATION
(a)
FIG
NO.
(b)
ITEM
NO.
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA
CM05ED330G03, (81349)
EA
REF
3-60
A8A7E7
A1C140 *
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA
CM05ED330G03, (81349)
EA
REF
360
A8A7E7
A1C142 *
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM05ED330G03, (81349)
EA
REF
3-60
A8A7E7
A1C144 *
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA
CM05ED330G03, (81349)
EA
REF
3-60
A8ATE7
A1C116 *
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA
CM05ED330G03, (81349)
EA
REF
3-60
A8A7E7
A1C118 *
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA
CM05ED330G03, (81349)
EA
REF
3-60
A8A7E7
A1C150 *
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA
CM05ED330G03, (81349)
EA
REF
3-60
A8A7E7
A1C152 *
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM05ED360G03; (81349)
EA
20
360
A8A7E7
A1C112 *
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA
CM05ED360G03; (81349)
EA
REF
360
A8A7E7
A1C16 *
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA
CMO5ED360G03, ( 813h9 )
EA
REF
3-60
A8A7E7
A1C118 *
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA
CM05ED360G03; (81349)
EA
REF
3-60
A8A7E7
A1C120 *
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM05ED360G03; (81349)
EA
REF
3-60
A8A7E7
AC122 *
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM05ED360G03; (81349)
EA
REF
3-60
A8A7E7
A1C124 *
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA.
CM05ED360G03; (81349)
EA
REF
3-60
A8A7E7
A1C126 *
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM05ED360G03; (81349)
EA
REF
3-60
A8A7E7
A1C128 *
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA
CM05ED360G03; (81349)
EA
REF
3-60
A8A7E7
A1C130 *
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA
CM05ED360G03; (81349)
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA
CM05ED360G03; (81349)
EA
REF
3-60
EA
REF
3-60
A8A7E7
A1C132 *
A8A7E7
A1C134 *
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA
CM05ED360G03; (81349)
EA
REF
3-60
A8A7E7
A1C136 *
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA.
CM05ED360G03; (81349)
EA
REF
3-60
A8A7E7
A1C138 *
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM05ED360G03; (81349)
EA
REF
3-60
A8A7E7
A1C140 *
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA.
CM05ED360G03; (81349)
EA
REF
3-60
A8A7E7
A1C142 *
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM05ED360G03; (81349)
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA
CM05ED360G03; (81349)
EA
REF
3-60
EA
REF
3-60
A8A7E7
A1C144 *
A8A7E7
A1C146 *
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA
CM05ED360G03; (81349)
EA
REF
3-6
X1-D
X1-D
X1-D
SELECT PER OPERATIONAL REQUIREMENT.
B-18
A8A7E7
A1C148 *
SECTION II
TM 11-5820-509-35
****REPAIR PARTS FOR DIRECT SUPPORT, GENERAL SUPPORT, AND DEPOT MAINTENANCE****
(1)
(2)
SMR
CODE
FEDERAL
STOCK
NUMBER
(3)
DESCRIPTION
Reference Number & Mfr. Code
(4)
Usable
on Code
UNIT
OF
MEAS
(5)
30 DAY DS
MAINTENANCE
QTY
INC
IN
UNIT
(6)
30 DAY GS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(c)
51-100
(7)
1 YR
ALW
ALLOWANCE
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(c)
51-100
(8)
DEPOT
MAINT
PER
100
EQUIP
CNTGCY
(9)
(10)
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
ILLUSTRATION
(a)
FIG
NO.
(b)
ITEM
NO.
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM05ED360G03; (81349)
EA
REF
3-60
A8A7E7
A1C150 *
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM05ED360G03; (81349)
EA
REF
3-60
A8A7E7
A1C152 *
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED. MICA:
CM05ED390G03; (81349)
EA
20
3-60
A8A7E7
A1C114 *
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM05ED390G03; (81349)
EA
REF
3-60
A8A7E7
A1C116 *
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM05ED390G03; (81349)
EA
REF
3-60
A8A7E7
A1C118 *
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM05ED390G03; (81349)
EA
REF
3-60
A8A7E7
A1C120 *
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM05ED390G03; (81349)
EA
REF
3-60
A8A7E7
A1C122 *
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA::
CM05ED390G03; (81349)
EA
REF
3-60
A8A7E7
A1C124 *
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM05ED390G03; (81349)
EA
REF
3-60
A8A7E7
A1C126 *
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM05ED390G03; (81349)
EA
REF
3-60
A8A7E7
A1C128 *
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM05ED390G03; (81349)
EA
REF
3-60
A8A7E7
A1C130 *
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM05ED390G03; (81349)
EA
REF
3-60
A8A7E7
A1C132 *
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM05ED390G03; (81349)
EA
REF
3-60
A8A7E7
A1C134 *
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM05ED390G03; (81349)
EA
REF
3-60
A8A7E7
A1C136 *
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM05ED390G03; (81349)
EA
REF
3-60
A8A7E7
A1C138 *
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM05ED390G03; (81349)
EA
REF
3-60
A8A7E7
A1C140 *
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM05ED390G03; (81349)
EA
REF
3-60
A8A7E7
A1C142 *
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM05ED390G03; (81349)
EA
REF
3-60
A8A7E7
A1C144 *
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM05ED390G03; (81349)
EA
REF
3-60
A8A7E7
A1C144 *
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM05ED390G03; (81349)
EA
REF
3-60
A8A7E7
A1C146 *
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM05ED390G03; (81349)
EA
REF
3-60
A8A7E7
A1C148 *
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM05ED390G03; (81349)
EA
REF
3-60
A8A7E7
A1C150 *
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM05ED390G03; (81349)
EA
REF
3-60
A8A7E7 ·
A1C152 *
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM05ED430G03, (81349)
EA
20
3-60
A8A7E7
A1C114 *
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM05ED430G03, (81349)
EA
REF
3-60
A8A7E7
A1C116 *
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM05ED430G03, (81349)
EA
REF
3-60
A8A7E7
A1C118 *
SELECT PER OPERATIONAL REQUIREMENT.
B-19
SECTION II
TM 11-5820-509-35
****REPAIR PARTS FOR DIRECT SUPPORT, GENERAL SUPPORT, AND DEPOT MAINTENANCE****
(1)
(2)
SMR
CODE
FEDERAL
STOCK
NUMBER
(3)
DESCRIPTION
Reference Number & Mfr. Code
(4)
Usable
on Code
UNIT
OF
MEAS
(5)
30 DAY DS
MAINTENANCE
QTY
INC
IN
UNIT
(6)
30 DAY GS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(c)
51-100
(7)
1 YR
ALW
ALLOWANCE
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(c)
51-100
(8)
DEPOT
MAINT
PER
100
EQUIP
CNTGCY
(9)
(10)
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
ILLUSTRATION
(a)
FIG
NO.
(b)
ITEM
NO.
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM05ED430G03, (81349)
EA
REF
3-60
A8A7E7
A1C120 *
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM05ED430G03, (81349)
EA
REF
3-60
A8A7E7
A1C122 *
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM05ED430G03, (81349)
EA
REF
3-60
ABA7E7
A1C124 *
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM05ED430G03, (81349)
EA
REF
3-60
A8A7E7 ·
A1C126 *
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA::
CM05ED430G03, (81349)
EA
REF
3-60
A8A7E7
A1C128 *
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM05ED4300O3, (81349)
EA
REF
3-60
A8A7E7
A1C130 *
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM05ED430G03, (81349)
EA
REF
3-60
A8A7E7
A1C132 *
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM05ED430G03, (81349)
EA
REF
3-60
A8A7E7 ·
A1C134 *
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM05ED430G03, (81349)
EA
REF
3-60
A8A7E7
A1C136 *
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM05ED430G03, (81349)
EA
REF
3-60
A8A7E7
A1C138 *
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM05ED430G03, (81349)
EA
REF
3-60
A8A7E7
A1C140 *
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM05ED430G03, (81349)
EA
REF
3-60
A8A7E7 ·
A1C142 *
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM05ED430G03, (81349)
EA
REF
3-60
A8A7E7
A1C144 *
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM05ED430G03, (81349)
EA
REF
3-60
A8A7E7
A1C146 *
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM05ED430G03, (81349)
EA
REF
3-60
A8ATE7
A1C148 *
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM05ED430G03, (81349)
EA
REF
3-60
A8A7E7 ·
A1C150 *
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM05ED430G03, (81349)
EA
REF
3-60
A8A7E7
A1C152 *
OSCILLATOR SUBASSEMBLY, CRYSTAL:
549-5778-004, (13499)
EA
1
3-60
A8A7E7A2
BOARD, PRINTED CIRCUIT:
549-5780-004, (13499)
EA
1
3-60
A8A7E7
A2E1
P-H-S
5820-953-5772
X1-D
*
*
*
*
*
P-D
5910-683-7114
CAPACITOR, VARIABLE, GLASS:
VC10GWY, (73899)
EA
20
*
*
3-60
A8ATE7
A2C113
P-D
5910-683-7114
CAPACITOR, VARIABLE, GLASS:
VC10GWY, (73899)
EA
REF
REF
REF
3-60
A8A7E7
A2C115
P-D
5910-683-7114
CAPACITOR, VARIABLE, GLASS:
VC10GWY, (73899)
EA
REF
REF
REF
3-60
A8A7E7
A2C117
P-D
5910-683-7114
CAPACITOR, VARIABLE, GLASS:
VC10GWY, (73899)
EA
REF
REF
REF
3-60
A8A7E7
A2C119
P-D
5910-683-7114
CAPACITOR, VARIABLE, GLASS:
VC10GWY, (73899)
EA
REF
REF
REF
3-60
A8A7E7
A2C121
P-D
5910-683-7114
CAPACITOR, VARIABLE, GLASS:
VC10GWY, (73899)
EA
REF
REF
REF
3-60
A8A7E7
A2C123
* SELECT PER OPERATIONAL REQUIREMENT.
B-20
SECTION II
TM 11-5820-509-35
****REPAIR PARTS FOR DIRECT SUPPORT, GENERAL SUPPORT, AND DEPOT MAINTENANCE****
(1)
(2)
SMR
CODE
FEDERAL
STOCK
NUMBER
(3)
DESCRIPTION
Reference Number & Mfr. Code
(4)
Usable
on Code
UNIT
OF
MEAS
(5)
30 DAY DS
MAINTENANCE
QTY
INC
IN
UNIT
(6)
30 DAY GS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(c)
51-100
(7)
1 YR
ALW
ALLOWANCE
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(c)
51-100
(8)
DEPOT
MAINT
PER
100
EQUIP
CNTGCY
(9)
(10)
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
ILLUSTRATION
(a)
FIG
NO.
(b)
ITEM
NO.
P-D
5910-683-7114
CAPACITOR, VARIABLE, GLASS:
VC10GWY, (73899)
EA
REF
REF
REF
3-60
A8A7E7
A2C125
P-D
5910-683-7114
CAPACITOR, VARIABLE, GLASS:
VC10GWY, (73899)
EA
REF
REF
REF
3-60
A8A7E7
A2C127
P-D
5910-683-7114
CAPACITOR, VARIABLE, GLASS:
VC10GWY, (73899)
EA
REF
REF
REF
3-60
A8A7E7
A2C129
P-D
5910-683-7114
CAPACITOR, VARIABLE, GLASS:
VC10GWY, (73899)
EA
REF
EF
REF
3-60
A8A7E7
A2C131
P-D
5910-683-7114
CAPACITOR, VARIABLE, GLASS:
VC10GWY, (73899)
EA
RE
REF
REF
3-60
A8A7E7
A2C133
P-D
5910-683-7114
CAPACITOR, VARIABLE, GLASS:
VC10GWY, (73899)
EA
REF
REF
REF
3-60
A8A7E7
A2C135
CAPACITOR, VARIABLE, GLASS:
VC10GWY, (73899)
EA
REF
REF
REF
3-60
A8A7E7
A2C137
A2C135
P-D
5910-683-7114
P-D
5910-683-7114
CAPACITOR, VARIABLE, GLASS:
VC10GWY, (73899)
EA
REF
REF
REF
3-60
A8ATE7
A2C139
P-D
5910-683-7114
CAPACITOR, VARIABLE, GLASS:
VC10GWY, (73899)
EA
REF
REF
REF
3-60
A8A7E7
A2C141
P-D
5910-683-7114
CAPACITOR, VARIABLE, GLASS:
VC10GWY, (73899)
EA
REF
REF
REF
360
A8A7E7
A2C143
P-D
5910-683-7114
CAPACITOR, VARIABLE, GLASS:
VC10GWY, (73899)
EA
REF
REF
REF
3-60
A8A7E'
A2C145
P-D
5910-683-7114
CAPACITOR, VARIABLE, GLASS:
VC10GWY, (73899)
EA
REF
REF
REF
3-60
A8A7E7
A2C147
P-D
5910-683-7114
CAPACITOR, VARIABLE, GLASS:
VC10GWY, (73899)
EA
REF
REF
REF
3-60
A8A7E7
A2C119
P-D
5910-683-7114
CAPACITOR, VARIABLE, GLASS:
VC10GWY, (73899)
EA
REF
REF
REF
3-60
A8A7E7
A2C151
CONTACT ARM, NO. 2:
548-7858-003; (13499)
EA
2
*
*
A8A7E7
A2E1
P-D
P-D
5310-622-1724
NUT, SELF-LOCKING, HEXAGON:
68-1660-26, (72962)
EA
2
*
*
A8A7E7
A2E1H1
P-D
5310-622-1724
NUT, SELF-LOCKING, HEXAGON:
68-1660-26, (72962)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A7E7
A2E1H2
P-D
5305-407-8559
SCREW, MACHINE:
P347-010 -000, (77250)
EA
2
*
*
A8A7E7
A2E1H3
P-D
5305-407-8559
SCREW, MACHINE:
P347-010-000, (77250)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A7E7
A2E1H4
CONTACT ARM, NO. 2
548-7858-003, (13499)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A7E7
A2E2
P-D
P-D
5310-622-1724
NUT, SELF-LOCKING, HEXAGON:
68-1660-26, (72962)
EA
2
REF
REF
A8A7E7
A2E2H1
P-D
5310-622-1724
NUT, SELF-LOCKING, HEXAGON:
681660-26, (72962)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A7E7
A2E2H2
P-D
5305-407-8559
SCREW, MACHINE:
P347-0104-000, (77250)
EA
2
REF
REF
A8A7E7
A2E2H3
P-D
5305-407-8559
SCREW, MACHINE:
P347-0104-000, (77250)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A7E7
A2E2H4
P-D
5999-957-8504
CONTACT ASSEMBLY, ELECTRICAL:
756-7600-000, (13499)
EA
2
*
*
A8A7E7
A2E3
B-21
SECTION II
TM 11-5820-509-35
****REPAIR PARTS FOR DIRECT SUPPORT, GENERAL SUPPORT, AND DEPOT MAINTENANCE****
(1)
(2)
SMR
CODE
FEDERAL
STOCK
NUMBER
P-D
(3)
DESCRIPTION
Reference Number & Mfr. Code
(4)
Usable
on Code
UNIT
OF
MEAS
(5)
30 DAY DS
MAINTENANCE
QTY
INC
IN
UNIT
(6)
30 DAY GS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(c)
51-100
(7)
1 YR
ALW
ALLOWANCE
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(c)
51-100
(8)
DEPOT
MAINT
PER
100
EQUIP
CNTGCY
(9)
(10)
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
ILLUSTRATION
CONTACT ASSEMBLY, ELECTRICAL
756-7600-004, (13499)
EA
REF
REF
REF
(a)
FIG
NO.
(b)
ITEM
NO.
A8A7E7
A2E4
P-D
5955-950-8554
CRYSTAL UNIT, QUARTZ:
S289-3490-000, (94148)
EA
1
*
*
3-60
A8A7E7
A2Y1
P-D
5955-950-8560
CRYSTAL UNIT, QUARTZ:
S289-3491-000; (94148)
EA
1
*
*
3-60
A8A7E7
A2Y2
P-D
5955-950-8561
CRYSTAL UNIT, QUARTZ
S289-3492-000; (94148)
EA
1
*
*
3-60
A8A7E7
A2Y3
P-D
5955-950-8568
CRYSTAL UNIT, QUARTZ
S289-3493-000, (94148)
EA
1
*
*
3-60
A8A7E7
A2Y4
P-D
5955-950-8562
CRYSTAL UNIT, QUARTZ
S289-3494-000, (94148)
EA
1
*
*
3-60
A8A7E7
A2Y5
P-D
5955-950-8563
CRYSTAL UNIT, QUARTZ
S289-3495-000, (94148)
EA
1
*
*
3-60
A8A7E7
A2Y6
P-D
5955-950-8564
CRYSTAL UNIT, QUARTZ
S289-3496-000, (91,148 )
EA
1
*
*
3-60
A8A7E7
A2Y7
P-D
5955-950-8565
CRYSTAL UNIT, QUARTZ
S289-3497-000, (94148)
EA
1
*
*
3-60
A8A7E7
A2Y8
P-D
5955-950-8566
CRYSTAL UNIT, QUARTZ:
S289-3498-000, (94148)
EA
1
*
*
3-60
A8A7E7
A2Y9
P-D
5955-950-8567
CRYSTAL UNIT, QUARTZ
S289-3499-000, (94148)
EA
1
*
*
3-60
A8A7E7
A2Y10
P-D
59559 950-8550
CRYSTAL UNIT, QUARTZ
S289-3500-000, (94148)
EA
1
*
*
3-60
A8A7E7
A2Y11
P-D
5955-950-8569
CRYSTAL UNIT, QUARTZ
S289-3501-000, (94148)
EA
1
*
*
3-60
A8A7E7
A2Y12
P-D
5955-950-8551
CRYSTAL UNIT, QUARTZ
S289-3502-000, (94148)
EA
1
*
*
3-60
A8A7E7
A2Y13
P-D
5955-950-8552
CRYSTAL UNIT, QUARTZ.
289-3503-000, (94148)
EA
1
*
*
3-60
A8A7E7
A2Y14
P-D
5955-950-8553
CRYSTAL UNIT, QUARTZ:
S289-3504-000, (94148)
EA
1
*
*
3-60
A8A7E7
A2Y15
P-D
5955-950-8554
CRYSTAL UNIT, QUARTZ
S289-3505-000, (94148)
EA
1
*
*
3-60
A8A7E7
A2Y16
P-D
5955-950-8555
CRYSTAL UNIT, QUARTZ
S289-3506-000; (94148)
EA
1
*
*
3-60
A8A7E7
A2Y17
P-D
5955-950-8556
CRYSTAL UNIT, QUARTZ
S289-3507-000, (94148)
EA
1
*
*
3-60
A8A7E7
A2Y18
P-D
5955-950-8557
CRYSTAL UNIT, QUARTZ
S289-3508-000, (94148)
EA
1
*
*
3-60
A8A7E7
A2Y19
P-D
5955-950-8558
CRYSTAL UNIT, QUARTZS289-3509-000, (94148)
EA
1
*
*
3-60
A8A7E7
A2Y20
P-D
5365-159-3714
DISK, SUPPORT.
549-5843-002, (13499)
EA
2
*
*
A8A7E7
A2MP1
DISK, SUPPORT
549-5843-002, (13499)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A7E7
A2MP2
RETAINER, SWITCH
549-5737-002, (13499)
EA
4
*
*
A8A7E7
A2MP3
RETAINER, SWITCH
549-5737-002, (13499)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A7E7
A2MP4
P-D
P-D
P-D
5999-165-3691
B-22
SECTION II
TM 11-5820-509-35
REPAIR PARTS FOR DIRECT SUPPORT, GENERAL SUPPORT, AND DEPOT MAINTENANCE (Continued)
(1)
SMR
CODE
(2)
(4)
(5)
(6)
30 DAY DS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(7)
30 DAY GS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(8)
1 YR
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
CNTGCY
(9)
DEPOT
MAINT
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
(10)
ILLUSTRATION
UNIT
OF
MEAS
QTY
INC
IN
UNIT
RETAINER, SWITCH
549-5737-002, (13499)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A7E7A2MPS
P-D
RETAINER, SWITCH.
549-3737-002, (13499)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A7E7A2MP6
M-D
SPACER, PLATE
756-41 71-002, (13499)
EA
2
A8A7E7A2MP7
M-D
SPACER, PLATE
756-4171-002, (13499)
EA
REF
A8A7E7A2MP8
M-D
SPACER, SLEEVE
549-5735-002, (13499)
EA
2
A8A7E7A2MP9
M-D
SPACER, SLEEVE
549-5735-002, (13499)
EA
REF
A8A7E7A2MP10
P-D
P-HR-
FEDERAL
STOCK
NUMBER
(3)
5999-165-3691
5820-975-5422
DESCRIPTION
Reference Number & Mfr. Code
Usable
on Code
CONVERTER,'FREQUENCY,ELECTRICAL- EA
549-5801-004, (13499)
1
X1-D
BOARD, PRINED CIRCUIT:
549-5803-004; (13499)
EA
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, CERAMIC20C91A, (56289)
X1-D
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(c)
51-100
(a)
1-20
*
(b)
21-50
*
*
*
(a)
FIG
NO.
(b)
ITEM NO. OR
REFERENCE
DESIGNATION
3-14
A8A7E6
1
3-59
ABA7E6E1
EA
3
3-57
A8A7E6C96
CAPACITOR, FIXED, CERAMIC.
20C91A, (56289)
EA
REF
3-59
A8A7E6C98
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, CERAMIC
20C91A; (56289)
EA
REF
3-59
A8A7E6C111
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, CERAMIC.
6S8082, (56289)
EA
3
3-59
A8A7E6C94
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, CERAMIC.
6S8082, (56289)
EA
REF
3-59
A8A7E6C102
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, CERAHIC
6S8082, (56289)
EA
REF
3-59
A8A7E6C112
X1-D
CAPACTTOR, FIXED, MICACM05CD050D03, (81349)
EA
2
3-59
A8ATE6C100
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM05CD050D03, (81349)
EA
REF
3-59
A8A7E6C101
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM05ED390J03; (81349)
EA
3
3-59
A8A7E6C104
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, KICACM05ED390J03, (81349)
EA
REF
3-59
A8A7E6C106
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM05ED390J03, (81349)
EA
REF
3-59
A8A7E6C108
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICACM05FD181C03, (81349)
EA
2
3-59
A8A7E6C97
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICACM05FD181G03, (81349)
EA
REF
3-59
A8A7E6C99
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM05FD221J03, (81349)
EA
3
3-59
A8A7E6C105
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA
CM05FD221J03, (81349)
EA
REF
3-59
A8A7E6C107
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICACM05FD221J03, (81349)
EA
RE
3-59
A8A7E6C1l9
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM05FD241J03, (81349)
EA
1
3-59
A8A7E6C103
B-23
*
(c)
51-100
SECTION II
TM 11-5820-509-35
REPAIR PARTS FOR DIRECT SUPPORT, GENERAL SUPPORT, AND DEPOT MAINTENANCE (Continued)
(1)
SMR
CODE
(2)
FEDERAL
STOCK
NUMBER
(3)
DESCRIPTION
Reference Number & Mfr. Code
(4)
Usable
on Code
(5)
UNIT
OF
MEAS
QTY
INC
IN
UNIT
(6)
30 DAY DS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(7)
30 DAY GS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(c)
51-100
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(c)
51-100
(8)
1 YR
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
CNTGCY
(9)
DEPOT
MAINT
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
(10)
ILLUSTRATION
(a)
FIG
NO.
(b)
ITEM NO. OR
REFERENCE
DESIGNATION
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
DM15F511J300WV4CR; (72136)
EA
2
3-59
A8A7E6C95
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
DM15F511J300WV4CR; (72136)
EA
REF
3-59
A8A7E6C156
X1-D
COIL, RADIO FREQUENCY:
LT10K020, (81349)
EA
4
359
A8A7E6L23
X1-D
COIL, RADIO FREQUENCY:
LT10K020; (8134 9)
EA
REF
3-59
A8A7E6L24
X1-D
COIL, RADIO FREQUEICY:
LT10K020, (81349)
EA
REF
3-59
A8A7E6L25
X1-D
COIL, RADIO FREQUENCY:
LT10K020; (81349)
EA
REF
3-59
A8A7E6L26
X1-D
COIL, RADIO FREQUECY:
LT10K036, (81349)
EA
2
3-59
A8A7E6L21
X1-D
COIL, RADIO FREQUENCY:
LT10K036; (81349)
EA
REF
3-59
A8A7E6L22
X1-D
HOLDER, TRANSISTOR:
A51048; (08289)
EA
1
X1-D
JACK, TIP:
105-738-100, (74970)
EA
1
3-59
A8A7E6J1
X1-D
RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITION:
RCR07G121KS, (81349)
EA
1
3-59
A8A7E6R118
X1-D
RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITION:
RCR07G102KS; (81349)
EA
1
3-59
A8A7T6R117
X1-D
RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITION:
RCR07G272ES; (81349)
EA
1
3-59
A8A7E6R116
X1-D
RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITION:
RCR07G183KS, (81349)
EA
1
3-59
A8A7E6R113
X1-D
RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITION:
RCR07G223KS, (81349)
EA
1
3-59
A8A7E6R112
X1-D
RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITION:
RCR07G273KS; (81349)
EA
1
3-59
A8A7E6R114
X1-D
RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITION:
RCR07G333KS, (81349)
EA
1
3-59
A8A7E6R115
X1-D
RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITION:
RCR07G393KS; (81349)
EA
6
3-59
A8A7E6R105
X1-D
RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITION:
RCR07G393XS, (81349)
EA
REF
3-59
A8A7E6R106
X1-D
RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITION:
RCR07G393KS, (81349)
EA
REF
3-59
A8A7E6R107
X1-D
RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITION:
RCR070393KS, (81349)
EA
REF
3-59
A8A7E6R108
X1-D
RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITION:
RCR07G393KS; (81349)
EA
REF
3-59
A8A7E6R109
X1-D
RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITION:
RCR07G393KS, (81349)
EA
REF
3-59
A8A7E6R110
X1-D
RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITION:
RCR07G683KS, (81349)
EA
1
3-59
A8A7E6R111
X1-D
SEMICONDUCTOR DEVICE, DIODE
1N916, (07688)
EA
2
3-59
A8A7E6CR7
A8A7E6MP1
B-24
SECTION II
TM 11-5820-509-35
REPAIR PARTS FOR DIRECT SUPPORT, GENERAL SUPPORT, AND DEPOT MAINTENANCE (Continued)
(1)
SMR
CODE
(2)
FEDERAL
STOCK
NUMBER
(3)
DESCRIPTION
Reference Number & Mfr. Code
(4)
Usable
on Code
(5)
UNIT
OF
MEAS
QTY
INC
IN
UNIT
(6)
30 DAY DS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(7)
30 DAY GS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(c)
51-100
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(c)
51-100
(8)
1 YR
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
CNTGCY
(9)
DEPOT
MAINT
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
(10)
ILLUSTRATION
(a)
FIG
NO.
(b)
ITEM NO. OR
REFERENCE
DESIGNATION
X1-D
SEMICONDUCTOR DEVICE, DIODE:
1N916, (07688)
EA
REF
3-59
A8A7E6CR8
X1-D
TRANSISTOR:
2N697, (07688)
EA
1
3-59
A8A7E6Q23
X1-D
TRANSISTOR:
2N703, (07688)
EA
3
3-59
A8A7E6Q20
X1-D
TRANSISTOR:
2N703; (07688)
EA
REF
3-59
A8A7E6Q21
X1-D
TRANSISTOR:
2N703, (07688)
EA
REF
3-59
A8A7E6Q22
M-D
COVER, FILTER:
756-0317-003; (13499)
EA
1
A8A7MP7
P-D
5305-206-1270
SCREW, MACHINE:
P343-0284-000; (77250)
EA
2
*
P-D
5305-206-1270
SCREW, MACHINE:
P343-0284-000, (77250)
EA
REF
REF
P-D
5310-184-8996
WASHER, SPRING TENSION:
310-0396-00; (79807)
EA
2
*
P-D
5310-184-8996
WASHER, SPRING TENSION:
310-0396-00; (79807)
EA
REF
REF
COVER, OSCILLATOR CONTROL:
548-7762-003; (13499)
EA
1
M-D
*
A8A7MP7H1
REF
A8A7MP7H2
*
A8A7MP7H3
REF
A8A7MP7H4
A8A7MP8
P-D
5305-054-5647
SCREW, MACHINE:
MS51957-13, (96906)
EA
11
*
*
A8A7MP8H1
P-D
5305-054-5647
SCREW, MACHINE:
MS51957-13; (96906)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A7MP8H2
P-D
5305-054-5647
SCREW, MACHINE:
MS51957-13, (96906)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A7MP8H3
P-D
5305-054-5647
SCREW, MACHINE:
MS51957-13, (96906)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A7MP8H4
P-D
5305-054-5647
SCREW, MACHINE:
MS51957-13, (96906)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A7MP8H5
P-D
5305-054-5647
SCREW, MACHINE:
MS51957-13, (96906)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A7MP8H6
P-D
5305-054-5647
SCREW, MACHINE:
MS51957-13, (96906)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A7MP8H7
P-D
5305-054-5647
SCREW, MACHINE:
MS51957-13, (96906)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A7MP8H8
P-D
5305-054- 5647
SCREW, MACHINE:
MS51957-13, (96906)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A7MP8H9
P-D
5305-054-5647
SCREW, MACHINE:
MS51957-13, (96906)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A7MP8H10
P-D
5305-054-5647
SCREW, MACHINE:
MS51957-13, (96906)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A7MP8H111
P-D
WASHER, LOCK, SPRING:
MS35338-135, (96906)
EA
11
REF
REF
A8A7MP8H12
P-D
WASHER, LOCK, SPRING:
M4S35338-135, (96906)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A7MPHF13
P-D
WASHER, LOCK, SPRING:
MS35338-135, (96906)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A7MPNH14
B-25
SECTION II
TM 11-5820-509-35
REPAIR PARTS FOR DIRECT SUPPORT, GENERAL SUPPORT, AND DEPOT MAINTENANCE (Continued)
(1)
SMR
CODE
(2)
FEDERAL
STOCK
NUMBER
(3)
DESCRIPTION
Reference Number & Mfr. Code
(4)
Usable
on Code
(5)
UNIT
OF
MEAS
QTY
INC
IN
UNIT
(6)
30 DAY DS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(7)
30 DAY GS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(c)
51-100
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(c)
51-100
(8)
1 YR
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
CNTGCY
(9)
DEPOT
MAINT
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
(10)
ILLUSTRATION
(a)
FIG
NO.
(b)
ITEM NO. OR
REFERENCE
DESIGNATION
P-D
WASHER, LOCK, SPRING:
MS35338-135; (96906)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A7MP8H15
P-D
WASHER, LOCK, SPRING:
MS35338-135, (96906)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A7MP8H16
P-D
WASHER, LOCK, SPRING:
MS35338-135; (96906)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A7MP8H17
P-D
WASHER, LOCK, SPRING:
MS35338-135, (96906)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A7MP8H18
P-D
WASHER, LOCK, SPRING:
MS35338-135, (96906)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A7MP8H19
P-D
WASHER, LOCK, SPRING:
MS35338-135; (96906)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A7MP8H20
P-D
WASHER, LOCK, SPRING:
MS35338-135; (96906)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A7MP8H21
P-D
WASHER, LOCK, SPRING:
MS35338-135; (96906)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A7MP8H22
*
3-14
A8A7E2
3-55
A8A7E2E2
P-H-T
5820-975-5423
DISCRIMINATOR, PHASEANDFREQUENCY: EA
549-5794-004, (13499)
1
*
*
*
*
X1-D
BOARD, PRINTED CIRCUIT:
549-57T1-003; (13499)
EA
1
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, CERAMIC:
658082, (56289)
EA
2
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, CERAMIC:
6S8082, (56289)
EA
REF
3-55
A8A7E2C30
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, CERAMIC:
658083, (56289)
EA
6
3-55
A8A7E2C23
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, CERAMIC:
6S8083, (56289)
EA
REF
3-55
A8A7E2C25
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, CERAMIC:
658083, (56289)
EA
REF
3-55
A8A7E2C29
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, CERAMIC:
658083, (56289)
EA
REF
3-55
A8A7E2C32
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, CERAMIC:
658083; (56289)
EA
REF
3-55
A8A7E2C35
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, CERAMIC:
65808 3; (56289)
EA
REF
3-55
A8A7E2C36
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, ELECTROLYTIC:
150D335X0035B2; (56289)
EA
1
3-55
A8A7E2C26
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, ELECTROLYTIC:
150D10X0035A2, (56289)
EA
2
3-55
A8A7E2C92
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, ELECTROLYTIC:
150D104X0035A2; (56289)
EA
REF
3-55
A8A7E2C93
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM05FD151J03, (81349)
EA
2
3-55
A8A7E2C28
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM405FD151J03; (81349)
EA
REF
3-55
A8A7E2C34
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CMN5FD271J03; (81349)
EA
2
3-55
A8A7E2C27
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM405FD271J03; (81349)
EA
REF
3-55
A8A7E2C33
A8A7E2C22
B-26
SECTION II
TM 11-5820-509-35
REPAIR PARTS FOR DIRECT SUPPORT, GENERAL SUPPORT, AND DEPOT MAINTENANCE (Continued)
(1)
(2)
SMR
CODE
FEDERAL
STOCK
NUMBER
(3)
DESCRIPTION
Reference Number & Mfr. Code
(4)
Usable
on Code
(5)
UNIT
OF
MEAS
QTY
INC
IN
UNIT
(6)
30 DAY DS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(7)
30 DAY GS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(c)
51-100
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(c)
51-100
(8)
1 YR
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
CNTGCY
(9)
DEPOT
MAINT
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
(10)
ILLUSTRATION
(a)
FIG
NO.
(b)
ITEM NO. OR
REFERENCE
DESIGNATION
P--D
RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITION:
RCR07G470KS; (81349)
EA
1
*
*
3-56
A8A7TB1R124
P--D
RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITION:
RCR070680KS; (81349)
EA
1
*
*
3-56
A8A7TB1R135
RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITION:
RCR07G820KS; (81349)
EA
1
*
*
3-54
A8A7TB1R144*
P--D
RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITION:
RCR07G101KS; (81349)
EA
1
*
*
3-56
A8A7TB1R131
P--D
RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITION:
RCR07G151KS, (81349)
EA
1
*
*
3-56
A8A7TB1R144*
P--D
RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITION:
RCR070221KS, (81349)
EA
2
*
*
3-56
A8A7TB1R139
RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSTION:
RCR0TG221KS; (81349)
EA
REF
REF
REF
3-56
A8A7TB1R144*
RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITION:
RCR07G331KS;(81349)
EA
1
*
*
3-56
A8A7TB1R144*
P--D
5905-104-8363
P--D
·
P--D
P--D
5905-120-9154
RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITION:
RCR07G471KS; (8134 9)
EA
1
*
*
3-56
A8A7TB1R144*
P--D
5905-135-6046
RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITION:
RCR0TG681KS, (81349)
EA
2
*
*
3-56
A8A7TB1R142
P--D
RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITION:
RCR0TG681KS; (81349)
EA
REF
REF
REF
3-56
A8A7TB1R144*
P--D
RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITION:
RCRC7G821KS; (81349)
EA
1
*
*
3-56
A8A7TB1R144*
P--D
RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITION:
RCR07G02XS; (81349)
EA
5
*
*
3-56
ASA7TBlR120
P--D
RESISTOR FIXED, COMPOSITION:
RCR07C102KS; (81349)
EA
REF
REF
REF
3-56
A8A7TBIR144*
P--D
RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITION:
RCR7cG102KS, (81349)
EA
REF
REF
REF
3-56
A8A7TB1R145
P--D
RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITION:
RCR07G102KS; (81349)
EA
REF
REF
REF
3-56
A8A7TB1R146
P--D
RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITION:
RCR07G102KS; (81349)
EA
REF
REF
REF
3-56
A8A7TB1R147
P--D
RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITION:
RCR07G152KS; (81349)
EA
2
*
3-56
A8A7TB1R143
P--D
RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITION:
RCR07G152KS, (813*9)
EA
REF
REF
REF
3-56
A8A7TB1R144*
P--D
RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITION:
RCR07G222KS; (81349)
EA
1
*
3-56
A8A7TB1R123
·
P--D
5905-686-4527
RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITION:
RCR07G272KS; (81349)
EA
1
*
*
3-56
A8A7TB1R134
P--D
5905-070-9391
RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITION:
RCR07G392KS, (81349)
EA
1
*
*
3-56
A8A7TB1R141
P--D
RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITION.
RCR07G472Ks; (81349)
EA
2
*
*
3-56
A8A7TB1R119
P--D
RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITION:
RCR07G72KS; (81349)
EA
REF
REF
REF
3-56
A8A7TB1R130
RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITION.
RCR07G562KS; (81349)
*SELECT PER OPERATIONAL REQUIRMENT.
EA
1
*
*
3-56
A8A7TB1R151
P--D
5905-070-9392
B-35
SECTION II
TM 11-5820-509-35
REPAIR PARTS FOR DIRECT SUPPORT, GENERAL SUPPORT, AN DEPOT MAINTENANCE (Continued)
(1)
SMR
CODE
(2)
FEDERAL
STOCK
NUMBER
P--D
(3)
(4)
(5)
(6)
30 DAY DS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(7)
30 DAY GS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(8)
1 YR
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
CNTGCY
(9)
DEPOT
MAINT
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
(10)
ILLUSTRATION
UNIT
OF
MEAS
QTY
INC
IN
UNIT
RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITION:
RCR07G822KS; (81349)
EA
1
*
*
3-56
A8A7TB1R140
DESCRIPTION
Reference Number & Mfr. Code
Usable
on Code
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(c)
51-100
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(c)
51-100
(a)
FIG
NO.
(b)
ITEM NO. OR
REFERENCE
DESIGNATION
P--D
5905-816-8554
RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITION:
RCR07GC103KS, (81349)
EA
1
*
*
3-56
A8A7TB1R127
P--D
5905-686-4529
RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITION:
RCR07G123KS, (81349)
EA
1
*
*
3-56
A8A7TB1R128
P--D
RESISTOR, FDXED, COMPOSITION:
RCR07G223KS, (81349)
EA
3
*
*
3-56
A8A7TB1R129
P--D
RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITION:
RCR07G223KS, (81349)
EA
REF
REF
REF
P--D
RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITIONRCR07G223KS; (81349)
EA
REF
REF
REF
3-56
A8A7TB1R137
RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITION:
RCR07C273KS, (81349)
EA
1
*
*
3-56
A8A7TB1R148
P--D
RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITION:
RCR07G683KS, (81349)
EA
2
REF
REF
3-56
A8A7TB1R121
P--D
RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITION:
RCR007683xc, (81349)
EA
REF
REF
REF
3-56
A8A7TB1R122
*
*
3-56
A8A7TB1R125
P--D
5905-752-3157
A8A7TB1R136
P--D
5905-988-2310
RESISTOR, FIXED, FIIM:
RN60D1000F, (81349)
EA
P--D
5905-988-2310
RESISTOR, FDE-, FIIM.
RN60D1000F; (81349)
EA
REF
REF
REF
3-56
A8A7TB1R126
P--D
5905-988-2310
RESISTOR, FIXED, FIIX:
RN60D1000F, (81349)
EA
REF
REF
REF
3-56
A8A7TB1R132
P--D
5905-988-2310
RESISTOR, FIXED, FILM:
RN60D1000F, (81349)
EA
REF
REF
REF
3-56
A8A7TB1R133
P--D
5905-781-8015
RESISTOR, FIXED, FILM:
RN60D3800F; (81349)
EA
1
*
*
3-56
A8A7TB1R149
P--D
5905-985-5465
RESISTOR, FIXED, FILM:
RN60D1962F, (81349)
EA
1
*
*
3-56
A8A7TB1R150
P--D
SEMICONDUCTOR DEVICE, DIODE:
1N198, (07688)
EA
2
*
*
3-56
A8A7TB1CR12
P--D
SEMICONDUCTOR DEVICE, DIODE:
1N198, (07688)
EA
REF
REF
REF
3-56
A8A7TB1CR13
P--D
5961-752-5230
SEMICONDUCTOR DEVICE, DIODE:
1N916, (07688)
EA
2
*
*
3-56
A8A7TB1CR15
P--D
5961-752-5230
SEMICONDUCTOR DEVICE, DIODE:
1N916; (07688)
EA
REF
REF
REF
3-56
A8A7TBlCR9
S1MICONDUCTOR DEVICE, DIODE:
JAMlN754A, (81350)
EA
1
*
*
3-56
A8A7TBlCR14
P--D
P--D
5961-724-6164
SEMICONDUCTOR DEVICE, DIODE:
FA4092, (07263)
EA
2
*
*
3-56
A8A7TBlCR10
P--D
5961-724-6164
SEMICONDUCTDR DEVICE, DIODE:
FA4092, (07263)
EA
REF
REF
REF
3-56
A8A7TB1CR11
P--D
5940-423-2988
TERMINAL, STUD-GROUND:
AB397-2, (12615)
EA
17
*
*
A8A7TB1E2
P--D
5310-934-9740
NUT, PLAIN, HBXAGON:
MS35649-225; (96906)
EA
1
*
*
A8A7TB1E2H1
P--D
5310-18-8990
WASHER, SPRING TENSION:
310-0075-000; (79807)
EA
1
*
*
A8A7TB1E2H2
*
B-36
SECTION II
TM 11-5820-509-35
REPAIR PARTS FOR DIRECT SUPPORT, GENERAL SUPPORT, AND DEPOT MAINTENANCE (Continued)
(1)
SMR
CODE
(2)
FEDERAL
STOCK
NUMBER
P--D
(3)
(4)
(5)
(6)
30 DAY DS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(7)
30 DAY GS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(8)
1 YR
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
CNTGCY
(9)
DEPOT
MAINT
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
(10)
ILLUSTRATION
UNIT
OF
MEAS
QTY
INC
IN
UNIT
TERMINAL, STUD-GROUND:
AB397-2, (12615)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A7TB1E3
DESCRIPTION
Reference Number & Mfr. Code
Usable
on Code
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(c)
51-100
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(c)
51-100
(a)
FIG
NO.
(b)
ITEM NO. OR
REFERENCE
DESIGNATION
P--D
5310-934-9740
NUT, PLAIN, HEXAGON:
MS35649-225; (96906)
EA
1
REF
REF
A8A7TB1E3H1
P--D
5310-680-5557
WASHER, SPRING TENSION:
310-0075-000, (79807)
EA
1
REF
REF
A8A7TB1E3H2
TERMINAL, STUD-GROUND:
AB397-2, (12615)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A7TB1E4
P--D
P--D
5310-934-9740
NUT, PLAIN, HEXAGON:
MS35649-225, (96906)
EA
1
REF
REF
A8A7TB1E4H1
P--D
5310-680-5557
WASHER, SPRING TENSION:
310-0075-000, (79807)
EA
1
REF
REF
A8A7TB1E4H2
TERMINAL, STUD-GROUND:
AB397-2, (12615)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A7TB1E5
P--D
P--D
5310-934-9740
NUT, PLAIN, HEXAON:
MS35649-225, (96906)
EA
1
REF
REF
A8A7TB1E5H1
P--D
5310-680-5557
WASER, SPRING TENSION:
310-0075-000, (79807)
EA
1
REF
REF
A8A7TB1E5H2
TERMIINAL, STUD-GROUND:
AB397-2, (12615)
EA
REF
REF
REF
ABA7TB1E6
P--D
P--D
5310-934-9740
NUT, PLAIN, HEXACON:
MS35649-225, (96906)
EA
1
REF
REF
A8A7TBIE6H1
P--D
5310-680-5557
WASHER, SPRING TENSION:
310-0075-000, (79807 )
EA
1
REF
REF
A8A7TB1E6H2
TERMINAL, STUD-GROUND:
AB397-2, (12615)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A7TB1E7
P--D
P--D
5310-934-9740
NUT, PLAIN, HEXAGON:
MS35649-225, (96906)
EA
1
REF
REF
A8A7TB1E7H1
P--D
5310-680-5557
WASHER, SPRING TENSION:
310-0075-000, (79807)
EA
1
REF
REF
A8A7TB1E7H2
TERMINAL, STUD-GROUND:
AB397-2, (12615)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A7TB1E8
P--D
P--D
5310-934-9740
NUT, PLAIN, HEXAGON:
MS35649-225, (96906)
EA
1
REF
REF
A8A7TB1E8H1
P--D
5310-680-5557
WASHER, SPRING TENSION:
310-0075-000, (79807)
EA
1
REF
REF
A8A7TB1E8H2
TERMINAL, STUD-GROUND:
AB397-2;(12615)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A7TB1E9
P--D
P--D
531093-9-9740
NUT, PLAIN, HEXAGON:
MS35649-225;(96906)
EA
1
REF
REF
A8A7TB1E9H1
P--D
5310-680-5557
WASHER, SPRING TENSION:
310-0075-000, (79807 )
EA
1
REF
REF
A8A7TB1E9H2
TERMINAL, STUD-GROUND:
AB397-2, ( 12615)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A7TB1E10
P--D
P--D
5310-93h-9740
NUT, PLAIN, HEXAGON:
MS35649-225, (96906)
EA
1
REF
REF
A8A7TB1E10H1
P--D
5310-680-5557
WASHER, SPRING TENSION:
310-0075-000, (79807 )
EA
1
REF
REF
A8A7TBE10H2
TERMINAL, STUD-GROUND:
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A7TB1E11
P--D
AB397-2, (12615)
B-37
SECTION II
TM 11-5820-509-35
REPAIR PARTS FOR DIRECT SUPPORT, GENERAL SUPPORT, AND DEPOT MAINTENANCE (Continued)
(1)
SMR
CODE
(2)
FEDERAL
STOCK
NUMBER
P--D
5310-934-9740
P--D
5310-680-5557
P--D
P--D
5310-93h-9740
P--D
5310-680-5557
P--D
P--D
5310-934-9740
P--D
5310-680-5557
P--D
P--D
5310-934-9740
P--D
5310-680-5557
P--D
P--D
5310-934-9740
P--D
5310-680-5557
P--D
P--D
5310-934-9740
P--D
5310-680-5557
P--D
P--D
5310-93b-9740
P--D
5310-680-5557
P--D
P--D
5310-934-9740
P--D
5310-680-5557
P--D
5950-960-7338
P--D
5310-934-9740
(3)
DESCRIPTION
Reference Number & Mfr. Code
(4)
Usable
on Code
NUT, PLAIN, HEXAGON:
MS35649-225, (96906)
WASHER, SPRING TENSION:
310-0075-000, (79807)
TETBONAL, STUD-GROUND:
AB397-2, (12615)
NUT, PLAIN, HEXAGON:
MS35649-225, (96906)
WASHER, SPRING TENSION:
310-0075-000, (79807)
TERKMNAL, STUD-GROUND:
AB397-2, (12615)
NUT, PLAIN, HEXAGON:
MS35649-225, (96906)
WASHER, SPRING TENSION:
310-0075-000, (79807)
TENIAL, STUD-GROUND:
AB397-2, (12615)
NUT, PLAIN, HEXAGON:
MS35649-225, (96906)
WASHER, SPRING TENSION:
310-0075-000, (79807)
TERMINAL, STUD-GROUND:
AB397-2; (12615)
NUT, PLAIN, HXAGON:
MS35649-225, (96906)
WASHER, SPRING TENSION:
310-0075-000, (79807)
TERMINAL, STUD-GROUND:
AB397-2, (12615)
NUT, PLAIN, HEXAGON:
M6356L9-225, (96906)
WASHER, SPRING TENSION:
310-0075-000; (79807)
TERMINAL, STUD-GROUND:
AB397-2, (12615)
NUT, PLAIN, HEXAGON:
MS35649-225, (96906)
WASHER, SPRING TENSION:
310-0075-000, (79807)
TERMINAL, STUD-GROUND:
AB397-2, (12615)
NUT, PLAIN, HEXACON:
W635649-225, (96906)
WASHER, SPRING TENSION:
310-0075-000, (79807)
TRANSFORMER, RADIO FREQUENCY:
553-9312-003, (13499)
NUT, PLAIN, HEXAGON:
MS35649-225; (96906)
(5)
(6)
30 DAY DS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(7)
30 DAY GS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(8)
1 YR
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
CNTGCY
(9)
DEPOT
MAINT
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
(10)
ILLUSTRATION
UNIT
OF
MEAS
QTY
INC
IN
UNIT
EA
1
REF
REF
ASA7TB1E11H1
EA
1
REF
REF
A8A7TB1E11H2
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A7TB1E12
EA
1
REF
REF
A8A7TB1E12Hl
EA
1
REF
REF
A8A7TB1E12H2
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A7TB1E13
EA
1
REF
REF
A8SATB1E13H1
EA
1
REF
REF
A8A7TB1E13H2
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A7TB1E14
EA
1
REF
REF
A8A7TB1E4H1
EA
1
REF
REF
A8A7TB1E14H2
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A7TB1E15
EA
1
REF
REF
A8A7TBlE15HI
EA
1
REF
REF
A8A7TB1E15H2
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A7TB1E16
EA
1
REF
REF
A8A7TBlE16H1
EA
1
REF
REF
A8A7TB1E16H2
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A7TBlE17
EA
1
REF
REF
A8A7TBlE17Hl
EA
1
REF
REF
A8A7TBE17TH2
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A7TBlE18
EA
1
REF
REF
A8A7TBlE8H1
EA
1
REF
REF
A8A7TBLE18H2
EA
2
EA
2
(a)
1-20
·
(b)
21-50
(c)
51-100
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(c)
51-100
*
*
REF
B-38
(a)
FIG
NO.
3-56
REF
(b)
ITEM NO. OR
REFERENCE
DESIGNATION
A8A7TB1T1
A8A7TB1T1H1
SECTION II
TM 11-5820-509-35
REPAIR PARTS FOR DIRECT SUPPORT, GENERAL SUPPORT, AND DEPOT MAINTENANCE (Continued)
(1)
SMR
CODE
(2)
FEDERAL
STOCK
NUMBER
(3)
DESCRIPTION
Reference Number & Mfr. Code
(4)
Usable
on Code
(5)
UNIT
OF
MEAS
QTY
INC
IN
UNIT
(6)
30 DAY DS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(7)
30 DAY GS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(c)
51-100
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(c)
51-100
(8)
1 YR
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
CNTGCY
(9)
DEPOT
MAINT
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
(10)
ILLUSTRATION
(a)
FIG
NO.
(b)
ITEM NO. OR
REFERENCE
DESIGNATION
P--D
5310-934-9740
NUT, PLAIN, HEXAGON:
MS35649-225, (96906)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A7TBITIH2
P--D
5305-922-3506
SCREW, MACHINE:
330-2352-000, (70601)
EA
2
*
*
A8A7TBiT1H3
P--D
SCREW, MACHINE:
330-2352-000, (70601)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A7TB1T1H4
P--D
WASHER, NONMETALLIC, FLAT:
302-0050-OOO;( 74921)
EA
2
*
*
A8A7TB1T1H5
P--D
WASHER, NONMETALLIC, FLAT:
302-0050-000, ( 74921)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A7TB1T1H6
P--D
WASHER, NONMETALLIC, FLAT:
303-1000-000, (79807)
EA
2
*
*
A8A7TB1T1H7
P--D
WASHER, NONMETALLIC, FLAT:
303-1000-000; ((9807 )
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A7TB1T1H8
REF
REF
REF
P--D
5950-960-7338
TRANSFORMER, RADIO FREQUENCY: EA
553-9312-003; (13499)
P--D
5310-934-9740
NUT, PLAIN, HEXAGON:
MS35649-225;(96906)
EA
2
REF
REF
A8AfTB1T3H1
P--D
5310-934-9740
NUT, PLAIN, HEXAGON:
MS35649-225; (96906)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A7TB1T3H2
P--D
SCREW, MACHINE:
330-2352-000; (70601)
EA
2
REF
REF
A8A7I'B1T3H3
P--D
SCREW, MACHINE;
330-2352-000; (70601)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A77TB1T3H4
P--D
WASHER.NONMETALLIC, FLAT:
302-0050-000;(74921)
EA
2
REF
REF
A8A7TB1T3H5
P--D
WASHER, NONMETALLIC, FLAT:
302-0050-000; (74921)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A7TB1T3H6
P--D
WASHER, NONMETALLIC, FLAT:
303-1000-000;(79807)
EA
2
REF
REF
A8A7TB1T3H7
P--D
WASHER, NONMETALLIC, FLAT:
303-1000-O00;(79807)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A7TB1T3H8
P--D
5950-960-7339
TRANSFORMER, RADIO FREQUENCY: EA
553-9313-003, (13499)
2
P--D
595O-960-7339
TRANSFORMER, RADIO FREQUENCY: EA
553-9313-003; (13499)
REF
P--D
5961-787-5305
TRANSISTOR:
4JX11B2023; (03508)
EA
P--D
5961-836-0176
TRANSISTOR:
2N703, (07688)
P--D
5961-836-0376
P--D
5961-836-0376
P--D
3-56
A8A7TB1T3
*
3-56
A8A7TB1T2
REF
REF
3-56
A8A7TB1T4
1
*
*
3-56
A87TB1Q29
EA
4
*
*
3-56
A8A7TB1Q24
TRANSISTOR:
2N703, (07688)
EA
REF
REF
REF
3-56
A8A7TB1Q25
TRANSISTOR:
2N703, (07688)
EA
REF
REF
REF
3-56
A8A7TB1Q26
5961-836-0376 TRANSISTOR:
2N703, (07688)
EA
REF
REF
REF
3-56
A8ATB1Q28
*
*
3-56
A8A7TB1Q27
*
*
3-15
A8A7E5
P--D
5961-842-6937
TRANSISTOR:
JAN2N706, (81350)
EA
1
P-H-T
5820-975-5419
MULTIPLIER, FREQUENCY:
549-5783-004, (13499)
EA
1
*
B-39
*
*
SECTION II
TM 11-5820-509-35
REPAIR PARTS FOR DIRECT SUPPORT, GENERAL SUPPORT, AND DEPOT MAINTENANCE (Continued)
(1)
SMR
CODE
(2)
FEDERAL
STOCK
NUMBER
(3)
DESCRIPTION
Reference Number & Mfr. Code
(4)
Usable
on Code
(5)
UNIT
OF
MEAS
QTY
INC
IN
UNIT
(6)
30 DAY DS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(7)
30 DAY GS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(c)
51-100
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(c)
51-100
(8)
1 YR
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
CNTGCY
(9)
DEPOT
MAINT
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
(10)
ILLUSTRATION
(a)
FIG
NO.
(b)
ITEM NO. OR
REFERENCE
DESIGNATION
P--D
SCREW, MACHINE:
MS51957-20, (96906)
EA
4
*
*
A8A7E5HL
P--D
D5310-245-880 WASHER:
310-6325-000; (79807)
EA
4
*
*
A8A7E5H4
P--D
WASHER, LOCK, SPRING:
MS35338-135, (96906)
EA
4
REF
REF
A8A7ESH4
X1-D
BOARD, PRINTED CIRCUIT:
549-5785-004, (13499)
EA
1
X1-D
SCREW, MACHINE:
MS51957-14, (96906)
EA
4
A8A7E5E1Hi
X1-D
SCREW, MACHINE:
MS51957-14, (96906)
EA
REF
A8A7E5E1H2
X1-D
SCREW, MACHINE:
MS51957-14, (96906)
EA
REF
A8A7E5E1H3
X1D
SCREW, MACHINE:
MS51957-14, (96906)
EA
REF
A8A7E5E1H4
X1-D
BRACKET, FREQUENCY MULTIPLIER:
549-5742-002, (13499)
EA
2
A8A7ESMP1
X1-D
BRACKET, FREQUENCY MIULTIPLIER:
549-5742-002, (1399)
EA
REF
A8A7E5MP2
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM05CD00D03, (81349)
EA
1
3-58
A8A7ESC71
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM0SED360J03, (81349)
EA
1
3-58
A8A7ESC91
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM05ED560J03; (81349)
EA
1
3-58
A8A7ESC89
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM0SED680J03, (81349)
EA
1
3-58
A8A7E5C87
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM05ED820J03, (81349)
EA
1
3-58
A8A7E5C85
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM0SFD131J03, (81349)
EA
1
3-58
ASA7ESC83
Y1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM0SFD131J03, (81349)
EA
1
3-58
A8A7E5C81
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
C',-D1i6co03, (131 9)
EA
1
3-58
A8A7E5C79
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM05FD201G03, (8-179)
EA
1
3-58
A8A7ESC77
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM05FD271G03, (813-9)
EA
1
358
A8A7ESC75
XI-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM05FD361G03, (81349)
EA
1
3-58
A8A7E5C73
X1-D
CAPACITOR, VARIABLE, CERAMIC:
557-018-8-50E
EA
10
3-58
A8A7E5C72
X1-D
SCREW, MACHINE:
MS51957-14, (96906)
EA
2
A8A7E5C72H1
X1-D
SCREW, MACHINE:
MS51957-14; (96906)
EA
REF
A8A7E5C72F2
X1-D
CAPACITOR, VARIABLE, CERAMIC:
557-018-8-50E; (72982)
EA
REF
13-58
3-58
B-40
A6A7E5E1
A8A7E5C74
SECTION II
TM 11-5820-509-35
REPAIR PARTS FOR DIRECT SUPPORT, GENEERAL SUPPORT, AND DEPOT MAINTENANCE (Continued)
(1)
SMR
CODE
(2)
FEDERAL
STOCK
NUMBER
(3)
DESCRIPTION
Reference Number & Mfr. Code
(4)
Usable
on Code
(5)
UNIT
OF
MEAS
QTY
INC
IN
UNIT
(6)
30 DAY DS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(7)
30 DAY GS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(c)
51-100
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(c)
51-100
(8)
1 YR
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
CNTGCY
(9)
DEPOT
MAINT
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
(10)
ILLUSTRATION
(a)
FIG
NO.
(b)
ITEM NO. OR
REFERENCE
DESIGNATION
X1-D
SCREW,MACHINE:
MS51957-14 (96906)
EA
2
A8A7E5C74H1
X1-D
SCREW, MACHINE:
MS51957-14; (9690 6)
EA
REF
A8A7ESC74H2
X1-D
CAPACITOR, VARIABLE, CERAMIC:
557-018-8-50E.(72982)
EA
REF
Y1-D
SCREW, MACHINE:
MS51957-14, (96906)
EA
2
A8A7ESC76H1
X1-D
SCREW,MACHINE:
MS51957-14, (96906)
EA
REF
A8A7LSC76H2
X1-D
CAPACITOR, VARIABLE CERAMIC:
557-018-8-50E, (72982)
EA
REF
X1-D
SCREW,MACHINE:
MS51957-14.(96906)
EA
2A
X1-D
SCREW, MACHINE:
MS51957-14; (96906)
EA
REF
X1-D
CAPACITOR, VARIABLE, CERAMIC:
557-018-8-50E, (72982)
EA
REF
X1-D
SCREW, MACHINE:
MS51957-14; (96906)
EA
2
A8A7ESC80H1
X1-D
SCREW, MACHINE:
MS51957-14.(96906)
EA
REF
A8A7ESC80H2
X1-D
CAPACITOR, VARIABLE, CERAMIC:
557-018-8-50E; (72982)
EA
REF
X1-D
SCREW, MACHINE:
MS51957-14, (96906)
EA
2
A8A7E5C8-H1
X1-D
SCREW, MACHINE:
MS51957-14, (96906)
EA
REF
A8A7E5C82H2
X1-D
CAPACITOR, VARIABLE, CERAMIC:
557-018-8-50 E (72982)
EA
REF
X1-D
SCREW, MACHINE:
MS51957-14;' (96906)
EA
2
A8A7ESC84H1
X1-D
SCREW, MACHINE:
MS51957-14, (96906)
EA
REF
A8A7E5C84H2
X1-D
CAPACITOR, VARIABLE, CERAMIC:
557-018-8-50E, (72982)
EA
REF
X1-D
SCREW, MACHINE:
S51957-14; (96906)
EA
2
A8A7ESC86H1
X1-D
SCREW, MACHINE:
MS51957-14, (96906)
EA
REF
A8A7E5C86H2
X1-D
CAPACITOR, VARIABLE, CERAMIC:
557-0188-8-5E, (72982)
EA
REF
X1-D
SCREW, MOCHINE:
MS51957-14;(96906)
EA
2
A8A7ESC88H1
X1-D
SCREW, MACHIME:
1S51957-14, (96906)
EA
REF
A8A7E5C88H2
X1-D
CAPACITOR, VARIABLE, CERAMIC:
557-018-8-50E; (72982)
EA
REF
X1-D
SCREW, MACHINE:
MS51957-14, (96906)
EA
2
3-58
3-58
A8A7ESC76
A8A7E5C78
8A7E5C78H1
A3A7E5C78H2
3-58
3-58
3-58
3-58
3-58
3-58
A8A7E5C80
A8A7E5C82
A8A7E5C84
A8A7ESC86
A8A7E5C88
A8A7E5C90
A8A7E5C90H1
B-41
SECTION II
TM 11-5820-509-35
REPAIR PARTS FOR DIRECT SUPPORT, GENERAL SUPPORT, AND DEPOT MAINTENANCE (Continued)
(1)
SMR
CODE
(2)
FEDERAL
STOCK
NUMBER
(3)
DESCRIPTION
Reference Number & Mfr. Code
(4)
Usable
on Code
(5)
UNIT
OF
MEAS
QTY
INC
IN
UNIT
(6)
30 DAY DS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(7)
30 DAY GS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(c)
51-100
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(c)
51-100
(8)
1 YR
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
CNTGCY
(9)
DEPOT
MAINT
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
(10)
ILLUSTRATION
(a)
FIG
NO.
(b)
ITEM NO. OR
REFERENCE
DESIGNATION
X1-D
SCREW, MACHINE:
MS51957-14, (96906)
EA
REF
A8A7ESC90H2
X1-D
CLAP, CABLE:
549-56L 3-002, (13499)
EA
1
A8A7E5MP3
X1-D
SCREW, MACHINE:
P34L3-02P7-000, (77250)
EA
1
A8A7E5SP3H1
X1-D
COIL, RADIO FREQUENCY:
549-574R-002 (13499)
EA
1
X1-D
CONTACT, ELECTRICAL-NO1:
5L9-5746-002 (13499)
EA
2
A8A7ESE2
X1-D
NUT, SELF-LOCKING, HEXAGON:
65-1660-26; (72962)
EA
4
A8A7E5E2H1
X1-D
NUT, SELF-LOCKING, HEXAGON:
68-1660-26, (72962)
EA
REF
A8A7E5E2H2
X1-D
NUT, SELF-LOCKING, HEXAGON:
68-1660-26, (72962)
EA
REF
A8A7E5E2H3
X1-D
NUT,SELF-LOCKING, HEXAGON:
68-1660-26, (72962)
EA
REF
A8A7E5E2H4
X1-D
SCREW, MACHINE:
MS51957-4, (96906)
EA
4
A8A7E5E2H5
X1-D
SCREW, MACHINE:
MS51957-4, (96906)
EA
REF
A8A7ESE2H6
X1-D
SCREW, MACHINE:
MS51957-4, (96906)
EA
REF
A8A7ESE2H7
X1-D
SCREW, MACHINE:
MS51957-L, (96906)
EA
REF
A8A7E5E2H8
X1-D
CONTACT, ELECTRICAL-NO1:
549-57L6-002, (13499)
EA
REF
A8A7E5E3
X1-D
PETAINER, SWITCH
549-5744-002, (13499)
EA
2
A8A7ES4P4
X1-D
RETAINER, SWITCH:
549-5744-002, (13499)
EA
REF
A8A7E5KP5
X1-D
ROTOR, ELECTRICAL SWITCH:
549-5743-002, (13499)
EA
1
A8A7E5E4
X1-D
SLEEVE, SPACING:
756-7602-002, (13499)
EA
1
A8A7E54P6
M-D
PLATE, BASE, CONTROL:
5L9-5755-003, (13499)
EA
1
A8A7MP9
P--D
SCREW, SELF-LOCKING:
LP51959-13M, (03038)
EA
1
REF
REF
A8A7MP9K1
P--D
SCREW, SELF-LOCKING:
LP51959-13M, (0303e)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A74P9H2
P--D
SCREW, SELF-LOCKING:
LP51959-13M, (03038)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A774P9H3
P--D
SCREW, SELF-LOCKING:
LP51959-13M, (03038)
EA
PEF
REF
REF
A8AMiP9H4
P--D
SCREW, SELF-LOCKING:
LP51959-13M; (03038)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A714P9H5
P--D
SCREW, SELF-LOCKING:
LP51959-13M, (03038)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A7MP9H6
3-58
B-42
A8A7ESL19
SECTION II
TM 11-5820-509-35
REPAIR PARTS FOR DIRECT SUPPORT, GENERAL SUPPORT, AND DEPOT MAINTENANCE (Continued)
(1)
SMR
CODE
(2)
FEDERAL
STOCK
NUMBER
(3)
DESCRIPTION
Reference Number & Mfr. Code
(4)
Usable
on Code
(5)
UNIT
OF
MEAS
QTY
INC
IN
UNIT
(6)
30 DAY DS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(7)
30 DAY GS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(c)
51-100
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(c)
51-100
(8)
1 YR
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
CNTGCY
(9)
DEPOT
MAINT
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
(10)
ILLUSTRATION
(a)
FIG
NO.
(b)
ITEM NO. OR
REFERENCE
DESIGNATION
P--D
SCREW, SELF-LOCKING
LP51959-13M; (03038)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A7MP9H7
P--D
SCREW, SELF-LOCKING:
LP51959-13M; (03038)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A714P9H8
P--D
SCREW, SELF-LOCKING:
LP51959-13M; (03038)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A7MP9H9
P--D
SCREW, SELF-LOCKING:
LP51959-13M; (03038)
EA
REF
REF
REF
ABA7MP9H10
P--D
SCREW, SELF-LOCKING:
LP51959-13M; (03038)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A7MP9H11
P--D
SCREW, SELF-LOCKING:
LP51959-13M; (03038)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A7MP9H12
P--D
SCREW, SELF-LOCKING:
LP51959-13M; (03038)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A7MP9H13
P--D
SCREW, SELF-LOCKING:
LP51959-13M; (03038)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A7MP9H14
M--D
PLATE, CHASSIS-FRONT:
549-5711-002; (13499)
EA
1
P--D
SCREW, SELF-LOCKING:
LP51959-13M; (03038)
EA
6
REF
REF
A8A7MP10H1
P--D
SCREW, SELF-LOCKING:
LP51959-13M; (03038)
EA
REF
REF
REF
ABATM4P10H2
P--D
SCREW, SELP-LOCKING:
LP51959-13M; (03038)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A7MP10H3
P--D
SCREW, SELF-LOCKING:
LP51959-139; (03038)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A77P10H4
P--D
SCREW, SELF-LOCKING:
LP51959-13M; (03038)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A7MP10H5
P--D
SCREW, SELF-LOCKING:
LP51959-13M; (03038)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A7TP10H6
P--D
PLATE, CHASSIS-REAR:
549-5775-004, (13499)
EA
1
P--D
SCREW, SELF-LOCKING:
LP51959-13M; (03038)
EA
6
REF
REF
A8A7MP11H1
P--D
SCREW, SELF-LOCKING:
LP51959-13M; (03038)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A7AP11H2
P--D
SCREW, SELF-LOCKING:
LP51959-13M; (03038)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A7TP11H3
P--D
SCREW, SELF-LOCKING:
LP51959-13M; (03038)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A7TP111H
P--D
SCREW, SELF-LOCKING:
LP51959-13M; (03038)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A7MP11H5
P--D
SCREW, SELF-LOCKING:
LP51959-13M; (03038)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A74P11H6
M--D
PLATE, ELECTRICAL SHIELD
569-5767-003; (13499)
EA
1
P--D
5305-770-2533
SCREW,MACHINE:
MS51959-13; (96906)
EA
4
P--D
5305-770-2533
SCREW, MACHINE:
MS51959-13; (96906)
EA
REF
A8A7MP10
A8A7MP11
ARATMP12
REF
REF
REF
B-43
A8A7MP12H1
REF
A8A7M4P12H2
SECTION II
TM 11-5820-509-35
REPAIR PARTS FOR DIRECT SUPPORT, GENERAL SUPPORT, AND DEPOT MAINTENANCE (Continued)
(1)
SMR
CODE
(2)
FEDERAL
STOCK
NUMBER
(3)
DESCRIPTION
Reference Number & Mfr. Code
(4)
Usable
on Code
(5)
UNIT
OF
MEAS
QTY
INC
IN
UNIT
(6)
30 DAY DS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(7)
30 DAY GS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(c)
51-100
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(c)
51-100
(8)
1 YR
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
CNTGCY
(9)
DEPOT
MAINT
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
(10)
ILLUSTRATION
(a)
FIG
NO.
(b)
ITEM NO. OR
REFERENCE
DESIGNATION
P--D
5305-770-2533
SCREW, MACHINE:
MS51959-13, (96906)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A7MP12H3
P--D
5305-770-2533
SCREW MACHINE:
MS51959-13, (96906)
PLATE, RETAINING, BEARING:
549-5710-002, (13b99)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A7AMP12H4
EA
2
M--D
A8A7MP13
P--D
5305-054-5636
SCREW, MACHINE:
MS51957-2, (96906)
EA
3
*
*
A8A7MP13H1
P--D
5305-054-5636
SCREW, MACHINE:
MS51957-2, (96906)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A7MP13H2
P--D
5305-054-5636
SCREW, MACHINE:
MS51957-2, (96906)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A7MP13H3
P--D
5310-928-2690
WASHER, LOCK, SPRING:
WM35338-134, (96906)
EA
3
*
*
A8A7MP13H4
P--D
5310-928-2690
WASHER, LOCK, SPRING:
MS35338-134, (96906)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A7MP13HS
P--D
5310-928-2690
WASHER, LOCK, SPRING:
MS35338-134, (96906)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A7MP13H6
PLATE, RETAINING, BEARING:
549-5710-002; /13499)
EA
REF
M--D
A8A7MP14
P--D
5305-054-5636
SCREW, MACHINE:
MS51957-2, (96906)
EA
3
REF
REF
A8A7MP1LH1
P--D
5305-054-5636
SCREW, MACHINE:
MS51957-2; (96906)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A7MP14H2
P--D
5305-054-5636
SCREW, MACHINE:
MS51957-2, (96906)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A7MP14H3
P--D
5310-928-2690
WASHER, LOCK, SPRING:
MS35338-134, (96906)
EA
3
REF
REF
A8A7MP1LHL
P--D
5310-928-2690
WASHER, LOCK, SPRING:
MS35338-13L; (96906)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A7MP14H5
P--D
5310-928-2690
WASHER, LOCK, SPRING:
MS35338-134, (96906)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A7MP14H6
P--D
5340-663-1245
RING, RETAINING:
MS16632-1031, (96906)
EA
2
*
*
A8A7H1
P--D
5310-663-1245
RING, RETAINING
MS16632-1031, (96906)
EA
REF
REF
REF
ASA7H2
M--D
5820-975-7645
SHAFT, SWITCH NO1:
5L9-5717-002, (13499)
EA
1
A8A7A2
M--D
COUPLING, SHAFT, FLEXIBLE:
549-5719-002, (13L99)
EA
1
A8A7A2A1
M--D
COUPLING, HALF, SHAFT:
5h49-5760-003, (13499)
EA
1
ASA7A2A1MP1
M--D
INSERT, FLEXIBLE COUPLING:
549-5720-002, (13499)
EA
1
A8A7A2A1MP2
M--D
PIN, SHOULDER, HEADED:
549-5721-002, (13499)
EA
1
A8A7A2A1MP3
PIN, SPRING, TUBULAR SLOTTED:
MS16562-191, (96906)
EA
1
A8A7A2MP1
SHAFT, SHOULDERED NO1:
549-5718-002, (13499)
EA
1
A8A7A2MP2
M--D
M--D
5315-058-9698
B-44
SECTION II
TM 11-5820-509-35
REPAIR PARTS FOR DIRECT SUPPORT, GENERAL SUPPORT, AND DEPOT MAINTENANCE (Continued)
(1)
SMR
CODE
(2)
(4)
(5)
(6)
30 DAY DS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(7)
30 DAY GS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(8)
1 YR
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
CNTGCY
(9)
DEPOT
MAINT
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
(10)
ILLUSTRATION
UNIT
OF
MEAS
QTY
INC
IN
UNIT
SHAFT, SWITCH-NO.2:
549-5722-002, (13499)
EA
1
A8A7A3
M--D
COUPLING, SHAFT, FLEXIBLE:
549-5719-002, (13499)
EA
1
ABA7A3A1
M--D
COUPLING, HALF, SHAFT:
549-5760-003, (13499)
EA
1
A8A7A3A1MP1
M--D
INSERT, FLEXIBLE COUPLING:
549-5720-002, (13499)
EA
1
A8A7A3A1MP2
M--D
PIN, SHOULDER, HEADED:
549-5721-002, (13499)
EA
1
A8A7A3A1MP3
PIN, SPRING, TUBULAR SLOTTED:
MS16562-191 , (96906)
EA
1
A8A7A3MP1
M--D
SHAFT, SHOULDERED NO.2:
549-5723-002; (13499)
EA
1
A8A7A3MP2
M--D
SPACER, SLEEVE:
541-5987-002, (13499)
EA
M--D
SPACER, SLEEVE:
541-5987-002; (13499)
EA
REF
A8A7MP16
M--D
SPACER, SLEEVE:
541-5987-002; (13499)
EA
REF
A8A7MP17
M--D
SPACER, SLEEVE:
541-5987-002, (13499)
EA
REF
A8A7MP18
M--D
M--D
FEDERAL
STOCK
NUMBER
(3)
5820-975-7646
5315-058-9698
DESCRIPTION
Reference Number & Mfr. Code
Usable
on Code
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(c)
51-100
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(c)
51-100
(a)
FIG
NO.
(b)
ITEM NO. OR
REFERENCE
DESIGNATION
A8A7MP15
P--D
5340-975-7037
POST, ELECTRICAL, MECHANICAL:
549-5709-002, (13499)
EA
1
*
*
A8A7E8
P--D
5940-259-8457
TERMINAL, STUD:
RTmT12M, (91663)
EA
1
*
*
A8A7E9
AMPLIFIER, MODULATOR:
AN350TPRC47, (80058)
EA
1
AMPLIFIER, MIXER SUBASSIBLY-IF:
549-5691-003; (13499)
EA
1
P--D
SCREW, SELF-LOCKING:
MAS1190C04P3; (80205)
EA
3
X1-D
BOARD, PRINTED CIRCUIT, NO.3:
549-5682-003, (13499)
EA
1
3-21
A8A2E3E1
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, CERAMIC:
CK60AWn02n; (813;9)
EA
1
3-21
A8A2E3C30
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, CERAMIC:
6S8084, (56289)
EA
1
3-21
A8A2E3C31
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, ELECTROLYTIC:
150D104X0035A2; (56289)
EA
1
3-21
A8A2E3C25
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, ELECTROLYTIC:
150D685X00035B2, (56289)
EA
1
3-21
A8A2E3C13
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM05FDlOlGC3, (81349)
EA
1
3-21
A8A2E3CIl
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM05DFD2l1J03, (81349)
EA
1
3-21
A8A2E3C12
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM05FD391C03, (81349)
EA
1
3-21
A8A2E3C11
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
DM15F511J300WV4CR, (72135)
EA
2
3-21
A8A2E3C28
P-F-S
P-H-T
5820-975-5427
*
B-45
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
3-4
A8A2
*
*
*
*
*
3-21
A8A2E3
*
*
A8A2E3H3
SECTION II
TM 11-5820-509-35
REPAIR PARTS FOR DIRECT SUPPORT, GENERAL SUPPORT, AND DEPOT MAINTENANCE (Continued)
(1)
SMR
CODE
(2)
FEDERAL
STOCK
NUMBER
(3)
DESCRIPTION
Reference Number & Mfr. Code
(4)
Usable
on Code
(5)
UNIT
OF
MEAS
QTY
INC
IN
UNIT
(6)
30 DAY DS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(7)
30 DAY GS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(c)
51-100
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(c)
51-100
(8)
1 YR
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
CNTGCY
(9)
DEPOT
MAINT
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
(10)
ILLUSTRATION
(a)
FIG
NO.
(b)
ITEM NO. OR
REFERENCE
DESIGNATION
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
DM15F511J300WV4CR; (72136)
EA
REF
3-21
A8A2E3C29
X1-D
CAPACITOR, VARIABLE, CERAMIC:
557-099-8-50E; (72982)
EA
1
3-21
A8A2E3C15
X1-D
COIL, RADIO FREQUENCY:
LTlOK043; (81349)
EA
1
3-21
A8A2E3L8
X1-D
RESISTOR, FIXED, COOMPOSITION:
RCR07G561KS; (81349)
EA
2
3-21
A8A2E3R36
X1-D
RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITION:
RCR07G561KS; (81349)
EA
REF
3-21
A8A2E3R37
X1-D
RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITION:
RCR07C222KS; (81349)
EA
2
3-21
A8A2E3R20
X1-D
RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITION:
RCR07G222KS; (81349)
EA
REF
3-21
A8A2E3R21
X1-D
RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITION:
RCRD7G562KS; (81349)
EA
1
3-21
A8A2E3R38
X1-D
RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITION:
RCR07GC103KS; (81349)
EA
1
3-21
A8A2E3R24
X1-D
RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITION:
RCR07G183KS; (81349)
EA
1
3-21
A8A2E3R22
X1-D
SEMICONDUCTOR DEVICE, DIODE:
1N198; (07688)
EA
2
3-21
A8A2E3CR7
X1-D
SEMICONDUCTOR DEVICE, DIODE:
1N198; (07688)
EA
REF
3-21
A8A2E3CR8
X1-D
TRANSISTOR:
2N274, (07688)
EA
1
3-21
A8A2E3Q2
AMPLIFIER SURASSEMBLY IF BOARD: EA
549-5692-004; (13499)
1
3-21
A8A2E4
P--D
SCREW, SELF-LOCKING:
NASllo90C4P3; (80205)
EA
3
X1-D
BOARD, PRINTED CIRCUIT-NO.4:
549-5684-003; (13499)
EA
1
3-21
A8A2E4E1
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, ELECTROLYTIC:
150D156X0020B2; (56289)
EA
1
3-21
A8A2E4C18
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, ELECTROLYTIC:
150D104X0035A2; (56289)
EA
2
3-21
A8A2E4C19
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, ELECTROLYTIC:
150D0lXO035A2; (56289)
EA
REF
3-21
A8A2E4C20
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, ELECTROLYTIC:
150D0105X935A2; (56289)
EA
1
3-21
A8A2E4C23
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CMD5FD910G03; (81349)
EA
1
3-21
A8A2E4C16
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CMD05FD221J03; (81349)
EA
1
3-21
A8A2E4C22
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
DM15F511J300WV4CR; (72136)
EA
1
3-21
A8A2E4C21
X1-D
CAPACITOR, VARIABLE, CERAMIC:
557-099-8-50E; (72982)
EA
1
3-21
A8A2E4C17
X1-D
COIL, RADIO FREQUENCY:
LT10K043; (81349)
EA
1
3-21
A8A2E4L5
P-H-T
5880-975-5428
*
B-46
*
*
*
*
*
*
AA2E4H3
SECTION II
TM 11-5820-509-35
REPAIR PARTS FOR DIRECT SUPPORT, GENERAL SUPPORT, AND DEPOT MAINTENANCE (Continued)
(1)
SMR
CODE
(2)
FEDERAL
STOCK
NUMBER
(3)
DESCRIPTION
Reference Number & Mfr. Code
(4)
Usable
on Code
(5)
UNIT
OF
MEAS
QTY
INC
IN
UNIT
(6)
30 DAY DS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(7)
30 DAY GS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(c)
51-100
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(c)
51-100
(8)
1 YR
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
CNTGCY
(9)
DEPOT
MAINT
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
(10)
ILLUSTRATION
(a)
FIG
NO.
(b)
ITEM NO. OR
REFERENCE
DESIGNATION
X1-D
RESISTOR, FIXED, CCMPOSITION:
RCR07G102KS, (81349)
EA
1
321
ASA2E4R23
X1-D
RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITION:
RCR07C222KS, (81349)
EA
2
3-21
A8A2E4R26
X1-D
RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITION:
RCR07G222KS, (8134 9)
EA
REF
3-21
A8A2E4R30
X1-D
RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITION:
RCR07G272KS; (81349)
EA
1
3-21
A8A2E4R25
X1-D
RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITION:
RCRo7G562KS; (81349)
EA
1
3-21
A8A2E4R29
X1-D
RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITION:
RCR07GlC0S; (81349)
EA
2
3-21
A8A2E4R31
X1-D
RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITION:
RCR07CG103KS; (81349)
EA
REF
3-21
A8A2E4R39
X1-D
RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITION:
RCRo7TG273KS; (81349)
EA
1
3-21
A8A2E4R32
X1-D
RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITION:
RCR07C683KS; (81349)
EA
1
3-21
A8A2E4R28
X1-D
TRANSISTOR:
2N274; (07688)
EA
2
3-21
A8A2E4Q3
X1-D
TRANSISTOR:
21274; (07688)
EA
REF
3-21
A8A2E4Q4
P-H-T
5820-975-429
AMPLIFIER SUBASSEMBLY, IF BOARD: EA
549-5693-004; (13499)
1
*
*
*
*
*
3-21
A8A2E5
P--D
SCREW, SELF-LOCKING:
NAS119CO4P3; (80205 )
EA
2
REF
REF
3-21
A8A2E5H2
X1-D
BOARD, PRINTED CIRCUIT-NO.5:
519-5686-003; (13499)
EA
1
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, CERAMIC:
658084; (56289)
EA
1
3-21
A8A2E5C26
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM05FD21J03; (81349)
EA
2
3-21
A8A2E5C27
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM05FD221J03; (81349)
EA
REF
321
A8A2E5C32
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM05FD391GC3; (81349)
EA
1
3-21
A8A2E5C24
X1-D
COIL, RADIO FREQUENCY:
X419-1; (81815)
EA
2
3-21
A8A2E5L6
X1-D
COIL, RADIO FREQUENCY:
X419-1; (81815)
EA
REF
3-21
A8A2E5L7
X1-D
RELAY, ARMATURE:
3100L037-1001; (80294)
EA
1
321
A8A2E5K1
X1-D
RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPSITION:
RCR07CG390KS; (81349)
EA
1
3-21
A8A2E5R40
X1-D
RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITION:
RCR07G152KS; (81349)
EA
1
3-21
A8A2E5R33
X1-D
RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITION:
RCR07C273KS; (81349)
EA
1
3-21
A8A2E5R34
X1-D
RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITION:
RCR07G683KS; (81349)
EA
1
3-21
A8A2E5R35
A8A2E5E1
B-47
SECTION II
TM 11-5820-509-35
REPAIR PARTS FOR DIRECT SUPPORT, GENERAL SUPPORT, AND DEPOT MAINTENANCE (Continued)
(1)
SMR
CODE
(2)
FEDERAL
STOCK
NUMBER
(3)
DESCRIPTION
Reference Number & Mfr. Code
(4)
Usable
on Code
(5)
UNIT
OF
MEAS
QTY
INC
IN
UNIT
(6)
30 DAY DS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(7)
30 DAY GS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(c)
51-100
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(c)
51-100
(8)
1 YR
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
CNTGCY
(9)
DEPOT
MAINT
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
(10)
ILLUSTRATION
(a)
FIG
NO.
(b)
ITEM NO. OR
REFERENCE
DESIGNATION
X1-D
TRANSISTOR:
2N274; (07688)
EA
1
3-21
A8A2E5Q5
X1-D
TRANSFORMER, INTERMEDIATE FREQUENCY
: EA
1
3-21
A8A2E5Q3
X418-1; (31815)
P--D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, CERAMIC:
CK13BX103; (81349)
EA
1
REF
REF
3-21
A6A2C33
P--D
5910-663-7276
CAPACITOR, FIXED, ELECTROLYTIC:
150DL7LX0035A2; (56289)
EA
1
*
*
3-20
A8A2C37
P--D
5999-165-3692
CHASSIS, ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT:
549-6404-004; (13499)
EA
1
*
*
3-20
A8A2A1
Xi-D
JACK, TIP:
72-153BRN; (12615)
EA
1
3-21
A8A2A1J1
X1-D
JACK, TIP:
72-153RED; (12615)
EA
1
3-20
A8A2A1J2
X1-D
JACK, TIP:
72-153ORN; (12615)
EA
1
3-21
A8A2A1J3
X1-D
JACK, TIP:
72-153YEL; (12615)
EA
1
3-21
A8A2A1J4
P--D
5950-070-7642
COIL, RADIO FREQUENCY:
LTl0K053; (813L9)
EA
1
REF
REF
3-21
A8A2L1I0
P--D
5950-070-7644
COIL, RADIO FREQUENCY:
LTl0K060; (81349)
EA
1
*
*
3-21
A8A2L9
P--D
5935-810-6598
CONNECTOR, RECEPTACLE:
DAM7W2P; (71468)
EA
1
REF
REF
3-21
A8A2P1
P--D
5310-622-1724
NUT, SELF-LOCKING:
68-1660-26; (72962)
EA
2
PEF
REF
A8A2P3H1
P--D
5310-622-1724
NUT, SELF-LOCKING:
68-1660-26; (72962)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A2P3H2
P--D
SCREW, MACHINE:
MS51959-3, (96906)
EA
2
*
*
A8A2P3H3
P--D
SCREW, MACHINE:
MS51959-3; (96906)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A2P3H4
P--D
5310-167-0797
WASHER, FLAT:
310-0044-000; (79807)
EA
2
*
*
A8A2P3H5
P--D
5310-167-0797
WASHER, FLAT:
310-0444-000; (79807)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A2P3H6
P--D
5935-811-1382
CONNECTOR, RECEPTACLE:
DBM13W3P; (71468)
EA
1
*
*
P--D
5310-622-1724
NUT, SELF-LOCKING:
68-1660-26; (72962)
EA
2
REF
REF
A8A2P4H1
P--D
5310-622-1724
NUT, SELF-LOCKING:
68-1660-26; (72962)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A2P4H2
P--D
5305-764-2964
SCREW, MACHINE:
KS51959-4; (96906)
EA
2
*
*
A8A2P4H3
P--D
5305-764-2964
SCREW, MACHINE:
MS51959-4; (96906)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A2P4H4
P--D
5310-167-0797
WASHER, FLAT:
310-0044-000; (79807)
EA
2
REF
REF
A8A2P4H5
P--D
5310-167-0797
WASHER, FLAT:
310-0044-000; (79807)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A2P4H6
B-48
3-21
A8A2P4
SECTION II
TM 11-5820-509-35
REPAIR PARTS FOR DIRECT SUPPORT, GENERAL SUPPORT, AND DEPOT MAINTENANCE (Continued)
(1)
SMR
CODE
(2)
FEDERAL
STOCK
NUMBER
(3)
DESCRIPTION
Reference Number & Mfr. Code
(4)
Usable
on Code
(5)
UNIT
OF
MEAS
QTY
INC
IN
UNIT
(6)
30 DAY DS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(7)
30 DAY GS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(c)
51-100
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(c)
51-100
(8)
1 YR
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
CNTGCY
(9)
DEPOT
MAINT
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
(10)
ILLUSTRATION
(a)
FIG
NO.
(b)
ITEM NO. OR
REFERENCE
DESIGNATION
P--D
5935-885-6505
CONTACT, ELECTRICAL:
DM53740-5000; (71468)
EA
3
REF
REF
A8A2P3A1
P--D
5935-885-6505
CONTACT, ELECTRICAL:
DM53740-5000; (71468)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A2P4A1
P--D
5935-885-6505
CONTACT, ELECTRICAL:
DM53740-5000; (71468)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A2P4A2
P--D
5935-885-6508
CONTACT, ELECTRICAL:
DM53741-5002; (71468)
EA
1
*
*
A8A2P4A3
P-H-T
5820-088-2515
CONTROL, AMPLIFIER, BOARD NO.2:
549-5678-003, (13499)
EA
1
*
*
3-20
A8A2E2
P--D
SCREW, SELF-LOCKING:
NAS190C04P3; (80205)
EA
2
REF
REF
3-20
A8A2E2H2
X1-D
BOARD, PRIITED CIRCUIT-NO.2:
549-5680-003; (13499)
EA
1
3-20
A8A2E2E1
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, CERAMIC:
SSM-1-77; (86335)
EA
1
3-20
A8A2E2C10
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, ELECTROLYTIC:
29F461; (06001)
EA
1
3-20
A8A2E2C3
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, ELECTROLYTIC:
CL23BE400UNE; (81349)
EA
1
3-20
A8A2E2C5
X1-D
COIL, RADIO FREQUENCY:
X419-1; (81815)
EA
1
3-20
A8A2E2L4
X1-D
RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITION:
RCR07G470KS; (81349)
EA
1
3-20
A8A2E2R13
X1-D
RESISTOR, AIXED, COMPOSITION:
RCR07G152KS; (81349)
EA
1
3-20
A8A2E2R17
X1-D
RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITION:
RCR07G182KS; (81349)
EA
1
3-20
A8A2E2R14*
X1-D
RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITION:
RCR07G222KS; (81349)
EA
2
3-20
A8A2E2R14*
X1-D
RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITION:
RCR07G222KS; (81349)
EA
REF
3-20
A8A2E2R15
XI-D
RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITION:
RCR07G272KS; (81349)
EA
1
3-20
A8A2E2R14*
X1-D
RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITION:
RCR07G332KS; (81349)
EA
1
3-20
A8A2E2R11*
X1-D
RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITION:
RCR07G392KS; (81349)
EA
1
3-20
A8A2E2R14*
X1-D
RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITION:
RCR07GC72KS; (81349)
EA
1
3-20
A8A2E2R14*
X1-D
RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITION:
RCR07G562KS; (81349)
EA
1
3-20
A8A2E2R14*
X1-D
RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITION:
RCR07G682KS; (81349)
EA
1
3-20
A8A2E2R14*
X1-D
RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITION:
RCR07G822KS; (81349)
EA
1
3-20
A8A2E2R14*
X1-D
RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITION:
RCR07G103KS; (81349)
EA
1
3-20
A8A2E2R14*
X1-D
RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITION
RCR07GC153KS; (81349)
EA
1
3-20
A8A2E2R16
*
*SELECT RER OPERATIONAL REQUIREMENT.
B-49
*
*
SECTION II
TM 11-5820-509-35
REPAIR PARTS FOR DIRECT SUPPORT, GENERAL SUPPORT, AND DEPOT MAINTNENANCE (Continued)
(1)
SMR
CODE
(2)
FEDERAL
STOCK
NUMBER
(3)
DESCRIPTION
Reference Number & Mfr. Code
(4)
Usable
on Code
(5)
UNIT
OF
MEAS
QTY
INC
IN
UNIT
(6)
30 DAY DS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(7)
30 DAY GS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(c)
51-100
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(c)
51-100
(8)
1 YR
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
CNTGCY
(9)
DEPOT
MAINT
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
(10)
ILLUSTRATION
(a)
FIG
NO.
(b)
ITEM NO. OR
REFERENCE
DESIGNATION
X1-D
RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITION:
RCR07GL73KS; (813L9)
EA
1
3-20
A8A2E2R19
X1-D
RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITION:
RCR20G473KS; (81349)
EA
1
3-20
A8A2E2R18
X1-D
RESISTOR, THERMAL:
763H10; (10646)
EA
1
3-20
A8A2E2R17
X1-D
TRANSFORMER, INTERMEDIATE FREQUEDCY: EA
1
3-20
A8A2E2T2
3-20
A8A2E2Ql
X377-1; (81815)
X1-D
TRANSISTOR:
2N440; (07688)
EA
1
M--D
COVER, CHASSIS-FRODT:
549-6412-003; (13499)
EA
1
P--D
SCREW, SELF-LOCKING:
LP51959-13M; (03038)
EA
4
REF
REF
A8A2MP1H1
P--D
SCREW, SELF-LOCKING:
LP51959-13M; (03038)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A2MP1H2
P--D
SCREW, SELF-LOCKING:
LP51959-13M; (03038)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A2MP1H3
P--D
SCREW, SELF-LOCKING:
LP51959-13M, (03038)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A2MP1H4
M--D
COVER, CHASSIS-REAR:
549-6411-003, (13499)
EA
1
P--D
SCREW, SELF-LOCKING:
LP51959-13M, (03038)
EA
4
REF
REF
A8A2MP2H1
P--D
SCREW, SELF-LOCKING:
LP51959-13M; (03038)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A2MP2H2
P--D
SCREW, SELF-LOCKING:
LP51959-13M; (03038)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A2MP2H3
P--D
SCREW, SELF-LOCKING:
LP51959-13M; (03038)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A2MP2H4
A8A2MP1
A8A2MP2
P--D
5915-846-0453
FILTER, MECHANICAL:
526-9376-000; (13499)
EA
1
*
*
P--D
5325-286-6047
GROMMET, RUBBER:
MS35L89-1; (96906)
EA
1
*
*
P-H-T
5820-975-5L26
MODULATOR, RADIO TRANSMITTER:
549-5688-004; (13499)
EA
1
*
*
P--D
SCREW, SELF-LOCKING:
NAS1190C04P3; (80205)
EA
REF
REF
REF
X1-D
BOARD, PRINTED CIRCUIT, NO 1:
549-5690-004; (13499)
EA
1
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, CERAMIC:
6S8082; (56289)
EA
2
3-20
A8A2E1C1
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, CERAMIC:
6S8082; (56289)
EA
REF
3-20
A8A2E1C34
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, ELECTROLYTIC:
29F461; (06001)
EA
1
3-20
A8JA2E106
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, ELECTROLYTIC:
CL21BQ040SPE; (81349)
EA
1
3-20
A8A2E1C4
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
DM15C150J500VDC; (72136)
EA
1
3-20
A6A2E1C36*
*
*
*
3-21
A8A2FL1
A8A2H1
3-20
A8A2E1
A8A2ELHL
A8A2E1E1
* SELECT PER OPERATIONAL REQUIREMENT.
B-50
SECTION II
TM 11-5820-509-35
REPAIR PARTS FOR DIRECT SUPPORT, GENERAL SUPPORT, AND DEPOT MAINTENANCE (Continued)
(1)
SMR
CODE
(2)
FEDERAL
STOCK
NUMBER
(3)
DESCRIPTION
Reference Number & Mfr. Code
(4)
Usable
on Code
(5)
UNIT
OF
MEAS
QTY
INC
IN
UNIT
(6)
30 DAY DS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(7)
30 DAY GS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(c)
51-100
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(c)
51-100
(8)
1 YR
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
CNTGCY
(9)
DEPOT
MAINT
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
(10)
ILLUSTRATION
(a)
FIG
NO.
(b)
ITEM NO. OR
REFERENCE
DESIGNATION
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM05CD180J03; (81349)
EA
1
3-20
A8A2E1C36*
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM05ED220J03; (81349)
EA
1
3-20
ASA2E1C36*
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CMD5ED270J03; (81349)
EA
2
3-20
A8A2E1C9
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM05ED270J03; (81349)
EA
REF
3-20
A8A2E1C36*
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CMDSED300J03; (81349)
EA
1
3-20
A8A2E1C36*
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CMDSED330J03; (81349)
EA
1
3-20
A8A2E1C36*
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CMD5ED360J03; (81349)
EA
1
3-20
A8A2E1C36*
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM05FD221J03; (81349)
EA
2
3-20
A8A2E1C7
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM05FD221J03; (81349)
EA
REF
3-20
A8A2E1C8
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
DM20F22J0; (72136)
EA
1
3-20
A8A2E1C2
X1-D
CAPACITOR, VARIABLE, GLASS:
SC156Y; (73899)
EA
1
3-20
A8A2E1C35
X1-D
COIL, RADIO FREQUENICY:
LT10D036; (81349)
EA
1
3-20
A8A2E1L2
X1-D
COIL, RADIO FREQUEICY:
LT10K053; (81349)
EA
2
3-20
A8A2E1L1L1
X1-D
COIL, RADIO FREQIUICY:
LT10K053; (81349)
EA
REF
3-20
A8A2E1L3
X1-D
RESISTOR, FIXED, FILM:
RN60C5110F; (81349)
EA
2
3-20
A8A2E1R4
X1-D
RESISTOR, FIXED, FILM:
RN60C5110F; (81349)
EA
REF
3-20
A8A2E1R6
X1-D
RESISTOR, FIXED, FILM:
RN60Db2R2F; (813b9)
EA
2
3-20
A8A2E1R7
X1-D
RESISTOR, FIXED, FILM:
RN60D2R2F; (813b9)
EA
REF
3-20
A8A2E1R8
X1-D
RESISTOR, FIXED, FILM:
RN60D1170F; (81349)
EA
1
3-20
A8A2E1R1
X1-D
RESISTOR, FIXED, FILM:
RN60D1001F; (81349)
EA
1
3-20
A8A2E1R3
X1-D
RESISTOR, FIXED, FILM:
RN60D7501F; (81349)
EA
1
3-20
A8A2E1R2
X1-D
RESISTOR, FIXED, FILM:
RN65D1002F; (81349)
EA
1
3-20
A8A2E1R1
X1-D
RESISTOR, VARIABLE, WIRE WOUND: EA
224P1-201; (80294)
1
3-20
A8A2E1R5
X1-D
SEMICONDUCTOR DEVICE SET:
FA4092; (07263)
EA
1
3-20
A8A2E1CR1
P--D
RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITION:
RCR07G681KS; (81349)
EA
1
3-21
A8A2R45
REF
*SELECT FOR OPERATIONAL REQUIREMENT.
B-51
REF
SECTION II
TM 11-5820-509-35
REPAIR PARTS FOR DIRECT SUPPORT, GENERAL SUPPORT, AND DEPOT MAINTENANCE (Continued)
(1)
SMR
CODE
P--D
(2)
FEDERAL
STOCK
NUMBER
5905-816-8554
P--D
(3)
(4)
(5)
(6)
30 DAY DS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(7)
30 DAY GS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(8)
1 YR
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
CNTGCY
(9)
DEPOT
MAINT
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
(10)
ILLUSTRATION
UNIT
OF
MEAS
QTY
INC
IN
UNIT
RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITION:
RCR07TC103KS; (81349)
EA
1
REF
REF
3-20
A8A2R27
SELFCONDUCTOR DEVICE, DIODE:
1N916; (07688)
EA
1
REF
REF
3-20
A8A2CR9
DESCRIPTION
Reference Number & Mfr. Code
Usable
on Code
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(c)
51-100
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(c)
51-100
(a)
FIG
NO.
(b)
ITEM NO. OR
REFERENCE
DESIGNATION
P--D
5340-984-7537
STRAP, RETAINING FILTER:
549-5660-002; (13499)
EA
1
*
*
3-21
A8A2MP3
P--D
5305-206-1270
SCREW, MACHINE:
P343-0284-000; (T7250)
EA
1
REF
REF
3-21
AA2P3H1
P--D
5940-836-3536
TERMINAL, LUG:
4040-2HDSPL; (77147)
EA
3
*
*
A8A2E6
P--D
5940-836-3536
TERMINAL, LUG:
4040-2HDSPL; (77147)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A2E7
P--D
5940-836-3536
TERMINAK, LUG:
4040-2HDSPL; (T7717)
EA
REF
REF
REP
A8A2E8
P--D
5940-455-7441
TERMTINAL, LUG:
4040-5HDSPL; (77147)
EA
1
*
*
A8A2E9
P--D
SCREW, MACHINE:
P343-0285-00; (77250)
EA
1
*
*
A8A29HL
P--D
WASER, LOCK:
310-0396-00; (79807)
EA
1
REF
REF
OSCILLATOR, RADIO FREQUENCY:
0-1032PRC47; (80058)
EA
1
*
*
N--D
BLOCK, INSULATION, THERMAL:
549-1549-003; (13499)
EA
1
P--D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
DM15E191F050WV4CR; (72136)
EA
5
*
*
A8A6C14*
P--D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
DM15E191F050WV4CR; (72136)
EA
REF
REF
RIF
A8A6C20*
P--D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
DM15E191F050WV4CR; (72136)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A6C23*
P--D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
DM15E191F050WV4CR; (72136)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A6C29*
P--D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
DM15E191F050WV4CR; (72136)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A6C34*
P--D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
DM15E191F050WV4CR; (72136)
EA
5
*
*
A8A6C14*
P--D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
DM15E191F0500WV4CR; (72136)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A6C20*
P--D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
DM15E191f050WV4CR; (72136)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A6C23*
P--D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
DM15E191F0500WV4CR, (72136)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A6C29*
P--D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
DM15E191F0500WVCR; (72136)
EA
REF
REL
REF
A8A6C34*
P-H-S
5820-087-0328
*
*
*
A8A2E9M2
3-4
A8A6
A8A6MP1
P--D
5910-902-0031
CAPACITOR, FIXED,MICA:
CMD5CDO50DO3, (81349)
EA
5
*
*
A8A6C14*
P--D
5910-902-0031
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM05CD050D03, (81349)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A6C20*
P--D
5910-902-0031
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A6C23*
*SELECT PER OPERATIONAL REQUIRED.
B-52
SECTION II
TM 11-5820-509-35
REPAIR PARTS FOR DIRECT SUPPORT, GENERAL SUPPORT, AND DEPOT MAINTENANCE (Continued)
(1)
SMR
CODE
(2)
FEDERAL
STOCK
NUMBER
(3)
DESCRIPTION
Reference Number & Mfr. Code
(4)
Usable
on Code
(5)
UNIT
OF
MEAS
QTY
INC
IN
UNIT
(6)
30 DAY DS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(7)
30 DAY GS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(c)
51-100
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(c)
51-100
(8)
1 YR
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
CNTGCY
(9)
DEPOT
MAINT
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
(10)
ILLUSTRATION
(a)
FIG
NO.
(b)
ITEM NO. OR
REFERENCE
DESIGNATION
P--D
5910-902-0031
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM05CD050D03; (81349)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A6C29*
P--D
5910-902-0031
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM05CD050D03; (81349)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A6C34*
P--D
5910-902-0335
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM05CD050D03; (81349)
EA
5
*
*
A8A6C14*
P--D
5910-902-0335
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM05CD050D03; (81349)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A6C20*
P--D
5910-902-0335
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM05CD050D03; (81349)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A6C23*
P--D
5910-902-0335
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM05CD050D03; (81349)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A6C29*
P--D
5910-902-0335
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM05CD050D03; (81349)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A6C34*
P--D
5910-936-7372
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM05CD120J03; (81349)
EA
5
*
*
A8A6C14*
P--D
5910-936-7372
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM05CD120J03; (81349)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A6C20*
P--D
5910-936-7372
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM05CD120J03; (81349)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A6C23*
P--D
5910-936-7372
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM05CD120J03; (81349)
EA
RKF
REF
REF
A8A6C29*
P--D
5910-936-7372
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM05CD120J03; (81349)
EA
REF
REF
REF
AA6C34*
P--D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
DM15C150J500VDC; (72136)
EA
5
*
*
A8A6C19*
P--D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
DM15C150J500VDC; (72136)
EA
REF
REF
RKF
A8A6C20*
P--D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
DM15C150J500VDC; (72136)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A6C23*
P--D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
DM15C150J500VDC; (72136)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A6CR29*
P--D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
DM15C150J500VDC; (72136)
EA
RKF
REF
REF
A8A6C34*
P--D
5910-832-8080
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM05ED200J03; (81349)
EA
5
*
*
A8A6C14*
P--D
5910-832-8080
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM05ED200J03; (81349)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A6C20*
P--D
5910-832-8080
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM05ED200J03; (81349)
EA
REF
REF
REF
AA6C23*
P--D
5910-832-8080
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM05ED200J03; (81349)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A6C29*
P--D
5910-832-8080
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM05ED200J03; (81349)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A6C34*
P--D
5910-954-5496
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM05ED200J03; (81349)
EA
5
*
*
A8A6Cl4*
P--D
5910-954-5496
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM05ED200J03; (81349)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A6C20*
P--D
5910-954-5496
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM05ED200J03; (81349)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A6C23*
.
*SELECT PER OPERATIONAL REQUIREMENT
B-53
SECTION II
TM 11-5820-509-35
REPAIR PARTS FOR DIRECT SUPPORT, GENERAL SUPPORT, AND DEPOT MAINTENANCE (Continued)
(1)
SMR
CODE
(2)
FEDERAL
STOCK
NUMBER
(3)
DESCRIPTION
Reference Number & Mfr. Code
(4)
Usable
on Code
(5)
UNIT
OF
MEAS
QTY
INC
IN
UNIT
(6)
30 DAY DS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(7)
30 DAY GS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(c)
51-100
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(c)
51-100
(8)
1 YR
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
CNTGCY
(9)
DEPOT
MAINT
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
(10)
ILLUSTRATION
(a)
FIG
NO.
(b)
ITEM NO. OR
REFERENCE
DESIGNATION
P--D
5910-9 54-5496
CAPACITOR, FIXED MICA:
CM05ED220J03; (81349)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A6C29*
P--D
5910-954-5496
CAPACITOR, FIXED MICA:
CM05ED220J03; (81349)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A9A6C34*
P--D
5910-051-4612
CAPACITOR, FIXED MICA:
CM05ED220J03; (81349))
EA
5
*
*
ABA6C14*
P--D
5910-051-4612-
CAPACITOR, FIXED MICA:
CM05ED220J03; (81349))
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A6C20*
P--D
5910-051-4612
CAPACITOR, FIXED MICA:
CM05ED220J03; (81349)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A6C23*
P--D
5910-051-4612
CAPACITOR, FIXED MICA:
CM05ED220J03; (81349)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8AEC29*
P--D
5910-051-4612
CAPACITOR, FIXED MICA:
CM05ED240J03; (81349)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A6C34*
P--D
5910-957-8578
CAPACITOR, FIXED MICA:
CM05ED240J03; (81349)
EA
5
*
AA6BC14*
P--D
5910-957-8578
CAPACITOR, FIXED MICA:
CM05ED240J03; (81349)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A6A6C20*
P--D
5910-957-8578
CAPACITOR, FIXED MICA:
CM05ED240J03; (81349)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A6C23*
P--D
5910-957-8578
CAPACITOR, FIXED MICA:
CM05ED240J03; (81349)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A6C29*
P--D
CAPACITOR, FIXED MICA:
CM05ED270J03; (81349)
EA
REF
REF
REF
AYA6C34*
P--D
CAPACITOR, FIXED MICA:
CM05ED270J03; (81349)
EA
5
*
*
A8A6C14 *
P--D
CAPACITOR, FIXED MICA:
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A6C20*
P--D
CAPACITOR, FIXED MICA:
CM05ED270J03; (81349)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A6C23*
P--D
CAPACITOR, FIXED MICA:
CM05ED270J03; (81349)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A6C29*
P--D
CAPACITOR, FIXED MICA:
CM05ED270J03; (81349)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A6C34*
P--D
CAPACITOR, FIXED MICA:
CM05ED300J03; (81349)
EA
5
*
*
AA6C14*
P--D
CAPACITOR, FIXED MICA:
CM05ED300J03; (81349)
EA
REF
REF
REF
8A6C20*
P--D
CAPACITOR, FIXED MICA:
CM05ED300J03; (81349)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A6C23*
P--D
CAPACITOR, FIXED MICA:
CM05ED300J03; (81349)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A6C29*
P--D
CAPACITOR, FIXED MICA:
CM05ED300J03; (81349)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A6C34*
P--D
5910-824-8036
CAPACITOR, FIXED MICA:
CM05ED330J03; (81349)
EA
5
*
*
A8A6C14*
P--D
5910-824-8036
CAPACITOR, FIXED MICA:
CM05ED330J03; (81349)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A6C20*
P--D
5910-824-8036
CAPACITOR, FIXED MICA:
CM05ED330J03; (81349)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A6C23*
*SELECT PER OPERATIONAL REQUIREMENT.
B-54
SECTION II
TM 11-5820-509-35
REPAIR PARTS FOR DIRECT SUPPORT, GENERAL SUPPORT, AND DEPOT MAINTENANCE (Continued)
(1)
SMR
CODE
(2)
FEDERAL
STOCK
NUMBER
(3)
DESCRIPTION
Reference Number & Mfr. Code
(4)
Usable
on Code
(5)
UNIT
OF
MEAS
QTY
INC
IN
UNIT
(6)
30 DAY DS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(7)
30 DAY GS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(c)
51-100
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(c)
51-100
(8)
1 YR
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
CNTGCY
(9)
DEPOT
MAINT
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
(10)
ILLUSTRATION
(a)
FIG
NO.
(b)
ITEM NO. OR
REFERENCE
DESIGNATION
P--D
5910-824-8036
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM05ED330J03; (81349)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A6C29*
P--D
5910-824-8036
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM05ED330J03; (81349)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A6C34*
P--D
5910-964-6511
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM05ED360J03; (813L9)
EA
5
*
*
A8A6C14*
P--D
5910-964-6511
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM05ED360J03; (81349)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A6C20*
P--D
5910-964-6511
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM05ED360J03; (81349)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A6C23*
P--D
5910-964-6511
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM05ED360J03; (81349)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A6C29*
P--D
5910-964-6511
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM05ED360J03; (81349)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A6C34*
P--D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM05ED390J03; (813L9)
EA
5
*
*
A8A6C14*
P--D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM05ED390J03; (81349)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A6C20*
P--D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM05ED390J03; (81349)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A6C23*
P--D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM05ED390J03; (81349)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A6C29*
P--D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM05ED390J03; (81349)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A6C34*
P--D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM05ED430J03; (81349)
EA
5
*
*
A8A6C14*
P--D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM)5ED430JO3, (81349)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A6C20*
P--D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM05ED430J03; (813L9)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A6C23*
P--D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM05ED430J03; (81349)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A6C29*
P--D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM05ED430J03; (81349)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A6C34*
P--D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM05ED470J03; (81349)
EA
5
*
*
A8A6C14*
P--D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM05ED470J03; (81349)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A6C20*
P--D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM05ED470J03; (81349)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A6C23*
P--D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM05ED470J03; (81349)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A6C29*
P--D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM05ED470J03; (81349)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A6C34*
P--D
5910-837-6687
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM05ED510J03; (81349)
EA
5
*
*
A8A6C14*
P--D
5910-837-6687
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM05ED510J03; (81349)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A6C20*
P--D
5910-837-6687
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM05ED510J03; (81349)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A6C23*
*SELECT PER OPERATIONAL REQUIREMENT
B-55
SECTION II
TM 11-5820-509-35
REPAIR PARTS FOR DIRECT SUPPORT, GENERAL SUPPORT, AND DEPOT MAINTENENANCE (Continued)
(1)
SMR
CODE
(2)
FEDERAL
STOCK
NUMBER
(3)
DESCRIPTION
Reference Number & Mfr. Code
(4)
Usable
on Code
(5)
UNIT
OF
MEAS
QTY
INC
IN
UNIT
(6)
30 DAY DS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(7)
30 DAY GS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(c)
51-100
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(c)
51-100
(8)
1 YR
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
CNTGCY
(9)
DEPOT
MAINT
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
(10)
ILLUSTRATION
(a)
FIG
NO.
(b)
ITEM NO. OR
REFERENCE
DESIGNATION
P--D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM05ED510J03; (81349)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A6C29*
P--D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM05ED510J03; (81349)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A6C34*
P--D
5910-825-5288
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM05ED560J03; (81349)
EA
5
*
*
A8A6C14*
P--D
5910-825-5288
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM05ED560J03; (81349))
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A6C20*
P--D
5910-825-5288
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM05ED560J03; (81349)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A6C23*
P--D
5910-825-5288
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM05ED560J03; (81349)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A6C29*
P--D
5910-825-5288
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM05ED560J03; (81349)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A6C34*
P--D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM05ED620J03; (81349)
EA
5
*
*
A8A6C14*
P--D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM05ED620J03; (81349)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A6C20*
P--D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM05ED620J03; (81349)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A6C23*
P--D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM05ED620J03; (81349)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A6C29*
P--D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM05ED620J03; (81349)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A6C34*
P--D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM05ED680J03; (81349)
EA
5
REF
REF
A8A6C14*
P--D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM05ED680J03; (81349)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A6C20*
P--D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM05ED680J03; (81349)
EA
REF
REF
REF
ABA6C23*
P--D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM05ED680J03; (81349)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A6C29*
P--D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM05ED680J03; (81349)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A6C34*
P--D
5910-814-0419
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM05ED750J03; (81349)
EA
5
*
*
A8A6C14*
P--D
5910-814-0419
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM05ED750J03; (81349)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A6C20*
P--D
5910-814-0419
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM05ED750J03; (81349)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A6C23*
P--D
5910-814-0o19
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM05ED750J03; (81349)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A6C29*
P--D
5910-814-0419
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM05ED750J03; (81349)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A6C34*
P--D
5910-578-1976
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM05ED820J03; (81349)
EA
5
*
*
A8A6C14*
P--D
5910-578-1976
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM05ED820J03; (81349)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A6C20*
P--D
5910-578-1976
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM05ED820J03; (81349)
EA
REF
REF
REF
ABA6C23*
*ELECT PER OPERATIONAL REQUIREMINT.
B-56
SECTION II
TM 11-5820-509-35
REPAIR PARTS FOR DIRECT SUPPORT, GENERAL SUPPORT, AND DEPOT MAINTENANCE (Continued)
(1)
SMR
CODE
(2)
FEDERAL
STOCK
NUMBER
(3)
DESCRIPTION
Reference Number & Mfr. Code
(4)
Usable
on Code
(5)
UNIT
OF
MEAS
QTY
INC
IN
UNIT
(6)
30 DAY DS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(7)
30 DAY GS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(c)
51-100
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(c)
51-100
(8)
1 YR
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
CNTGCY
(9)
DEPOT
MAINT
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
(10)
ILLUSTRATION
(a)
FIG
NO.
(b)
ITEM NO. OR
REFERENCE
DESIGNATION
P--D
5910-578-1976
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM05ED820J03, (81349)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A6C29*
P--D
5910-578-1976
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM05ED820J03; (81349)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A6C34*
P--D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM05FD910J03; (81349)
EA
5
*
*
A8A6C14*
P--D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM05FD910J03; (81349)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A6C20*
P--D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM05FD910J03; (81349)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A6C23*
P--D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM05FD910J03; (81349)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A6C29*
P--D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM05FD910J03; (81349)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A6C34*
P--D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM05FD101J03; (81349)
EA
5
*
*
A8A6C14*
P--D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM05FD101J03; (81349)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A6C20*
P--D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CMD5FD101J03; (81349)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A6C23*
P--D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CMDSFD101J03; (81349)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A6C29*
P--D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CMDSFDlO1J03; (81349)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A6C34*
P--D
5910-825-3067
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM05FD111J03; (81349)
EA
5
*
*
A8A6C14*
P--D
5910-825-3067
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CMOSFD111J03; (81349)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A6C20*
P--D
5910-825-3067
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM05FD111J03; (81349)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A6C23*
P--D
5910-825-3067
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CMD5FD111J03; (81349)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A6C29*
P--D
5910-825-3067
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM05FD111J03; (81349)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A6C34*
P--D
5910-954-5504
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM05FD121J03; (81349)
EA
5
*
*
A8A6C14*
P--D
5910-954-5504
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CMDSFD121J03, (81349)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A6C20*
P--D
5910-954-5504
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM05FD121J03; (81349)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A6C23*
P--D
5910-954-5504
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM05FD121J031, (81349)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A6C29*
P--D
5910-954-5504
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM05FD121J03, (81349)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A6C34*
P--D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM05FD131J03, (81349)
EA
5
*
*
A8A6C14*
P--D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM05FD131J03, (81349)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A6C20*
P--D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CMD5FD131J03; (81349)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A6C23*
*SELECT PER OPERATIONAL REQUIREMENT.
B-57
SECTION II
TM 11-5820-509-35
REPAIR PARTS FOR DIRECT SUPPORT, GENERAL SUPPORT, AND DEPOT MAINTENANCE (Continued)
(1)
SMR
CODE
(2)
FEDERAL
STOCK
NUMBER
(3)
DESCRIPTION
Reference Number & Mfr. Code
(4)
Usable
on Code
(5)
UNIT
OF
MEAS
QTY
INC
IN
UNIT
(6)
30 DAY DS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(7)
30 DAY GS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(c)
51-100
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(c)
51-100
(8)
1 YR
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
CNTGCY
(9)
DEPOT
MAINT
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
(10)
ILLUSTRATION
(a)
FIG
NO.
(b)
ITEM NO. OR
REFERENCE
DESIGNATION
P--D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM05FD131J03; (813h9)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A6C29*
P--D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM05FD131J03; (813L9)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A6C34*
P--D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM05FD151J03; (81349)
EA
5
*
*
A8A6C14*
P--D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CMO5FD151J03; (81349)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A6C20*
P--D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM05FD151J03; (81349)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A6C23*
P--D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM05FD151J03; (81349)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A6C29*
P--D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM05FD151J03; (81349)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A6C34*
P--D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM05FD161J03; (81349)
A
5
*
*
A8A6C14*
P--D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM05FD161J03; (81349)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A6C20*
P--D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM05FD161J03; (81349)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A6C23*
P--D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM0SFD161J03; (81349)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A6C29*
P--D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM05FD161J03; (81349)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A6C34*
P--D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM05FD181J03; (81349)
EA
5
*
*
AA6C14*
P--D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM05FD181J03; (81349)
EA
REF
REF
REF
AA6C20*
P--D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM05FD181J03; (81349)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A6C23*
P--D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM05FD181J03; (81349)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A6C29*
P--D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM05FD181J03; (81349)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A6C34*
P--D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CMD5FD201J03; (81349)
EA
5
*
*
A8A6C14*
P--D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM05FD201J03; (81349)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A6C20*
P--D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM05FD201J03; (81349)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A6C23*
P--D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM05FD201J03; (81349)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A6C29*
P--D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM05FD201J03; (81349)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A6C34*
P--D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM05FD221J03; (81349)
EA
5
*
*
A8A6C14*
P--D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM05FD221J03; (81349)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A6C20*
P— D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM05FD221J03; (81349)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A6C23*
*SELECT PER OPERATIONAL REQUIREMENT.
B-58
SECTION II
TM 11-5820-509-35
REPAIR PARTS FOR DIRECT SUPPORT, GENERAL SUPPORT, AND DEPOT MAINTENANCE (Continued)
(1)
SMR
CODE
(2)
FEDERAL
STOCK
NUMBER
(3)
DESCRIPTION
Reference Number & Mfr. Code
(4)
Usable
on Code
(5)
UNIT
OF
MEAS
QTY
INC
IN
UNIT
(6)
30 DAY DS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(7)
30 DAY GS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(c)
51-100
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(c)
51-100
(8)
1 YR
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
CNTGCY
(9)
DEPOT
MAINT
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
(10)
ILLUSTRATION
(a)
FIG
NO.
(b)
ITEM NO. OR
REFERENCE
DESIGNATION
P--D
5910-460-0869
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM05FD221J03; (81349)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A6C29*
P--D
5910-460-0869
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM05FD221J03; (81349)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A6C34*
P--D
5910-45 6-0797
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM05FD241J03; (81349)
EA
5
*
*
A8A6C11*
P--D
5910-456-0797
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM05FD241J03; (81349)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A6C20*
P--D
5910-456-0797
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM05FD241J03; (81349)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A6C23*
P--D
5910-456-0797
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM05FD241J03; (81349)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A6C29*
P--D
5910-456-0797
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM05FD271J03; (81349)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A6C34*
P--D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM05FD271J03; (81349)
EA
5
*
*
A8A6C11*
P--D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM05FD271J03; (81349)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A6C20*
P--D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM05FD271J03; (81349)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A6C23*
P--D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM05FD271J03; (81349)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A6C29*
P--D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM05FD271J03; (81349)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A6C34*
P--D
5910-456-0793
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM05FD301J03; (81349)
EA
5
*
*
A8A6C14*
P--D
5910-456-0793
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM05FD301J03; (81349)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A6C20*
P--D
5910-456-0793
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM05FD301J03; (81349)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A6C23*
P--D
5910-456-0793
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM05FD301J03; (81349)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A6C29*
P--D
5910-456-0793
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM05FD301J03; (81349)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A6C34*
P--D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM05FD331J03; (81349)
EA
5
*
*
A8A6C14*
P--D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM05FD331J03; (81349)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A6C20*
P--D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM05FD331J03; (81349)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A6C23*
P--D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM05FD331J03; (81349)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A6C29*
P--D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM05FD331J03; (81349)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A6C34*
P--D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM05FD361J03; (81349)
EA
5
*
*
A8A6C14*
P--D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM05FD361J03; (81349)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A6C20*
P--D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM05FD361J03; (81349)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A6C23*
*SELECT PER OPERATIONAL REQUIREMENT
B-59
SECTION II
TM 11-5820-509-35
REPAIR PARTS FOR DIRECT SUPPORT, GENERAL SUPPORT, AND DEPOT MAINTENANCE (Continued)
(1)
SMR
CODE
(2)
FEDERAL
STOCK
NUMBER
(3)
DESCRIPTION
Reference Number & Mfr. Code
(4)
Usable
on Code
(5)
UNIT
OF
MEAS
QTY
INC
IN
UNIT
(6)
30 DAY DS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(7)
30 DAY GS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(c)
51-100
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(c)
51-100
(8)
1 YR
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
CNTGCY
(9)
DEPOT
MAINT
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
(10)
ILLUSTRATION
(a)
FIG
NO.
(b)
ITEM NO. OR
REFERENCE
DESIGNATION
P--D
5910-255-1608
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM05FD361J03, (81349)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A6C29*
P--D
5910-255-1608
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM05FD361J03, (81349)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A6C34*
P--D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CMOSFD391J03, (81349)
EA
5
*
*
A8A6C14*
P--D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM5O'D391J03; (81349)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A6C20*
P--D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CMO5FD391J03, (813h9)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A6C23*
P--D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM05FD391J03, (81349)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A6C29*
P--D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM05FD391J03, (81349)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A6C34*
P--D
5910-023-2068
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
DM15F131J300WV4CR; (72136)
EA
5
*
*
AA6C114*
P--D
5910-023-2068
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
DM15F431J300WV4CR; (72136)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A6C20*
P--D
5910-023-2068
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
DM15F431J300WV4CR; (72136)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A6C23*
P--D
5910-023-2068
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
DM15F1471J300WV4CR; (72136)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A6C29*
P--D
5910-023-2068
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
DM15F4311J300WV4CR; (72136)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A6C34*
P--D
5910-997-5399
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
DM15F471J3000WV4CR; (72136)
EA
5
*
*
A8A6C14*
P--D
5910-997-5399
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
DM15F471J300WV4CR; (72136)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A6C20*
P--D
5910-997-5399
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
DM15F471J300WV4CR; (72156 )
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A6C23*
P--D
5910-997-5399
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
DM15F471J300WV4CR; (72136)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A6C29*
P--D
5910-997-5399
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
DM15F471J300WV4CR; (72136)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A6C34*
P--D
5910-686-6126
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
DM15F511J300WV4CR; (72136)
EA
5
*
*
P--D
5910-686-6126
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
DM15F511J3000V4CR; (72136)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A6C20*
P--D
5910-686-6126
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
DM15F511J300WV4CR; (72136 )
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A6C23*
P--D
5910-686-6126
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
DM15F511J300WV4CR; (72136)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A6C29*
P--D
5910-686-6126
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
DM15F511J300WV4CR; (72136)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A6C34*
P--D
5910-958-8257
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
DM15E621J0300WV4CR; (72136)
EA
5
*
*
A8A6C14*
P--D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
DM15E621J0300DWV4CR; (72136)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A6C20*
P--D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
DM15E621J0300WV4CR; (72136)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A6C23*
*SELECT PER OPERATIONAL REQUIREMENT.
B-60
AA6C1*
SECTION II
TM 11-5820-509-35
REPAIR PARTS FOR DIRECT SUPPORT, GENERAL SUPPORT, AND DEPOT MAINTENANCE (Continued)
(1)
SMR
CODE
(2)
FEDERAL
STOCK
NUMBER
(3)
DESCRIPTION
Reference Number & Mfr. Code
(4)
Usable
on Code
(5)
UNIT
OF
MEAS
QTY
INC
IN
UNIT
(6)
30 DAY DS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(7)
30 DAY GS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(c)
51-100
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(c)
51-100
(8)
1 YR
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
CNTGCY
(9)
DEPOT
MAINT
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
(10)
ILLUSTRATION
(a)
FIG
NO.
(b)
ITEM NO. OR
REFERENCE
DESIGNATION
P--D
5910-958-8257
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA
DM15E621J0300WV4CR, (72136)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A6C29 '*
P--D
5910-958-8257
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA
DN15E621J0300WV4CR, (72136)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A6C34 *
P--D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICACM06FD751J03; (81349)
EA
5
*
*
A8A6C14·*
P--D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM06FD751J3, (81349)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A6C20 *
P--D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA.
CM06FD751J03; (81349)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A6C23 *
P--D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICACM06FD751J03, (81349)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A6C29 *
P--D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM06FD751J03, (81349)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A6C34 *
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
DM15E821J0300WV4CR, (72136)
EA
5
P--D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
DM15E821J0300WV4CR, (72136)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A6C20·*
P--D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA
DM15E821J0300WV4CR, (72136)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A6C23 *
P--D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA.
DM15E821J0300WV4CR, (72136)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A6C29 *
P--D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA
DM15E821J0300WV4CR, (72136)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A6C34 *
P--D
5910-851-3328
A8A6C14 *
P--D
5910-878-5239
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA
DM15E1690F0300WVCR, (72136)
EA
5
*
*
A8A6C14 *
P--D
5910-878-5239
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICADM15E1690F0300WV4CR, (72136)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A6C20·*
P--D
5910-878-5239
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA
DM15E169OF0300WV4CR, (72136)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A6C23 *-
P--D
5910-878-5239
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA
DM15E1690F0300WV4CR, (72136)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A6C29 *
P--D
5910-878-5239
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA
DM15E1690F0300WV4CR, (72136)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A6C34·*
P--D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA
DM15F561J300WV4CR, (72136)
EA
5
*
*
A8A6C14 *
P--D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA
DM15F561J300WV4CR, (72136)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A6C20·*
P--D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA
DM15F561J300WV4CR, (72136)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A6C23 *
P--D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA
DM15F561J300WV4CR, (7213 6)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A6C29 *
P--D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA
DM15F561J300WV4CR, (72136)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A6C34·*
P--D
5935-811-1382
CONNECTOR,RECEPTACLE,ELECTRICAL
DBM13W3P; (71468)
EA
1
REF
REF
P--D
5310-934-9740
NUT, PLAIN, HEXAGON:
MS35649-225, (96906)
EA
1
REF
REF
A8A6P1H1
P--D
5305-151-0732
SCREW, MACHINE
P342-0143-000, (77250)
EA
2
*
*
A8A6P1H2
* SELECT PER OPERATIONAL REQUIRMENT.
B-61
3-52
A8A6P1
SECTION II
TM 11-5820-509-35
REPAIR PARTS FOR DIRECT SUPPORT, GENERAL SUPPORT, AND DEPOT MAINTENANCE.(Continued)
(1)
SMR
CODE
(2)
FEDERAL
STOCK
NUMBER
(3)
DESCRIPTION
Reference Number & Mfr. Code
(4)
Usable
on Code
(5)
UNIT
OF
MEAS
QTY
INC
IN
UNIT
(6)
30 DAY DS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(7)
30 DAY GS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(c)
51-100
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(c)
51-100
(8)
1 YR
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
CNTGCY
(9)
DEPOT
MAINT
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
(10)
ILLUSTRATION
(a)
FIG
NO.
(b)
ITEM NO. OR
REFERENCE
DESIGNATION
P--D
5305-151-0732
SCREW, MACHINE
P342-0143-000, (77250)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A6P1H3
P--D
5310-316-9040
WASHER, FLAT310-0053-000, (79807)
EA
2
*
*
A8A6P1H4
P--D
5310-316-9040
WASHER, FLAT
310-0053-000, (79807)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A6P1H5
P--D
5310-981-2255
WASHER, SPRING TENSION
310-0074-000, (79807)
EA
2
*
*
A8A6P1H6
P--D
5310-981-2255
WASHER, SPRING TENSIOR
310-0074-000, (79807)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A6P1H7
P--D
5935-885-6505
CONTACT,ELECTRICAL,COAXIALINSERT
DM53740-5000, (71468)
EA
3
REF
REF
ABA6P1Al
P--D
5935-885-6505
CONTACT,ELECTRICAL,COAXIALINSERT
D453740-5000, (71468)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A6P1A2
P--D
5935-885-6505
CONTACT,ELECTRICAL,COAXIALINSERT
DM53740-5000, (71468)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A6P1A3
COVER, OSCILLATOR-RIVETED
549-1544-003, (13499)
EA
1
M--D
A8A6MP2
P--D
5305-054-6651
SCREW, MACHINE
MS51957-27, (96906)
EA
2
*
P--D
5305-054-6651
SCREW, MACHINE
MS51957-27, (96906)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A6MP2H2
P--D
5310-515-8243
WASHER, FLAT
310-00006-000, (79807)
EA
2
*
*
A8A614P2H3
P--D
5310-515-8243
WASHER, FLAT
310-00006-000, (79807)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A6MP2H4
P--F-T
5820-088-1379
DIVIDER, FREQUENCY-100KC
549-1553-004, (13499)
EA
1
*
*
3-12
A8A6E1
P--D
5305-059-8228
SCREW, MACHINE
P343-0299-000, (77250)
EA
6
*
*
3-52
A8A6E1H6
P--D
5310-981-2255
WASHER, SPRING TENSION
310-0074-000, (79807)
EA
6
REF
REF
X1-D
BOARD, TERMINAL-PRESSED
549-1551-003, (13499)
EA
1
3-52
A8A6E1TB1
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, CERAMIC
CK13BX223M, (81349)
EA
1
3-52
A8A6E1C32
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, CERAMIC.
K13BX103K, (81349)
EA
1
3-52
A8A6E1C35
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, ELECTROLYTIC
150D105X0035A2, (56289,)
EA
2
3-52
A8A6E1C37
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, ELECTROLYTIC
150D105X0035A2, (56289)
EA
REF
3-52
A8A6E1C38
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, FILM
192P1039R8, (56289)
EA
1
3-52
A8A6E1C30
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, FILM
192P4739R8, (56289)
EA
1
3-52
A8A6E1C31
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA
CM06FD242J03, (81349)
EA
1
3-52
A8A6E1C28
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA.
CM06FD272F03, (81349)
EA
1
3-52
A8A6E1C33
*
B-62
*
*
*
*
*
*
A8A6MP2H1
A8A6E1H6
TM 11-5820-509-35
TM 11-5820-509-35
SECTION II
REPAIR PARTS FOR DIRECT SUPPORT, GENERAL SUPPORT, AND DEPOT MAINTENANCE.(Continued)
(1)
SMR
CODE
(2)
FEDERAL
STOCK
NUMBER
(3)
DESCRIPTION
Reference Number & Mfr. Code
(4)
Usable
on Code
(5)
UNIT
OF
MEAS
QTY
INC
IN
UNIT
(6)
30 DAY DS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(7)
30 DAY GS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(c)
51-100
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(c)
51-100
(8)
1 YR
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
CNTGCY
(9)
DEPOT
MAINT
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
(10)
ILLUSTRATION
(a)
FIG
NO.
(b)
ITEM NO. OR
REFERENCE
DESIGNATION
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA
DM15E102J0100WV4CR, (72136)
EA
1
3-52
A8A6E1C27
X1-D
COIL, RADIO FREQUENCY
LT10K037, (813L9)
EA
1
3-52
A8A6E1L8
X1-D
COIL, RADIO FREQUENCY
LT10K043, (81349)
EA
1
3-52
A8A6E1L7
X1-D
COIL, RADIO FREQUENCY
LT10K060, (81349)
EA
1
3-52
A8A6E1L9
X1-D
GROMMET, RUBBER
MS35489-4, (96906)
EA
3
3-52
A8A6E1H1
X1-D
GROMMET, RUBBER
MS35489-4, (96906)
EA
REF
3-52
A8A6E1H2
X1-D
GROMMET, RUBBER
MS35489-4, (96906)
EA
REF
3-52
ABA6E1H3
X1-D
RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITION
RCR07G222KS, (81349)
EA
1
3-52
A8A6E1R36
X1-D
RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITION
RCR07G472KS, (81349)
EA
5
3-52
A8A6E1R34
X1-D
RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITION
RCR07G472KS, (81349)
EA
REF
3-52
A8A6E1R38
X1-D
RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITION
RCR07G472KS, (81349)
EA
REF
3-52
A8A6E1R39
X1-D
RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITION
RCR07G472KS, (81349)
EA
REF
3-52
A8A6ERL40
X1-D
RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITION
RCR07GC72KS, (81349)
EA
REF
3-52
A8A6E1R43
X1-D
RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITION.
RCR07G103KS, (81349)
EA
4
3-52
A8A6E1R35
X1-D
RESISTOR, FIXED, COPOSITION
RCR07G103KS, (81349)
EA
REF
3-52
A8A6E1R37
X1-D
RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITION
RCR07G103KS, (81349)
EA
REF
3-52
A8A6E1R41
X1-D
RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITION
RCR07G103KS, (81349)
EA
REF
3-52
A8A6E1R42
X1-D
RESISTOR, FIXED, FILM
R60D26R1F, (81349)
EA
1
3-52
A8A6E1R44
X1-D
TERMINAL, STUD-GROUD
AB396-1, (12615)
EA
6
A8A6El1E
X1-D
SCREW, MACHINE
P343-0298-00000, (77250)
EA
1
A8A6E1E1H
X1-D
WASHER, SPRING TENSION
310-0074-000, (79807)
EA
1
A8A6E1E1H2
X1-D
TERMINAL, STUD-GROUND
AB396-1, (12615)
EA
REF
X1-D
SCREW, MACHINE
P343-0298-00, (77250)
EA
1
A8A6E1E2H1
X1-D
WASHER, SPRING TENSION
310-0074-000, (79807)
EA
1
A8A6E1E2H2
X1-D
TERMINAL, STUD-GROUND
AB396-1, (12615)
EA
REF
A8A6E1E2
A8A6E1E3
B-63
SECTION II
TM 11-5820-509-35
REPAIR PARTS FOR DIRECT SUPPORT, GENERAL SUPPORT, AND DEPOT MAINTENANCE.(Continued)
(1)
SMR
CODE
(2)
FEDERAL
STOCK
NUMBER
(3)
DESCRIPTION
Reference Number & Mfr. Code
(4)
Usable
on Code
(5)
UNIT
OF
MEAS
QTY
INC
IN
UNIT
(6)
30 DAY DS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(7)
30 DAY GS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(c)
51-100
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(c)
51-100
(8)
1 YR
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
CNTGCY
(9)
DEPOT
MAINT
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
(10)
ILLUSTRATION
(a)
FIG
NO.
(b)
ITEM NO. OR
REFERENCE
DESIGNATION
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA
DM15E102J0100WV4CR, (72136)
EA
1
3-52
A8A6E1C27
X1-D
COIL, RADIO FREQUENCY
LT10K037, (813L9)
EA
1
3-52
A8A6E1L8
X1-D
COIL, RADIO FREQUENCY
LT10K043, (81349)
EA
1
3-52
A8A6E1L7
X1-D
COIL, RADIO FREQUENCY
LT10K060, (81349)
EA
1
3-52
A8A6E1L9
X1-D
GROMMET, RUBBER
MS35489-4, (96906)
EA
3
3-52
A8A6E1H1
X1-D
GROMMET, RUBBER
MS35489-4, (96906)
EA
REF
3-52
A8A6E1H2
X1-D
GROMMET, RUBBER
MS35489-4, (96906)
EA
REF
3-52
ABA6E1H3
X1-D
RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITION
RCR07G222KS, (81349)
EA
1
3-52
A8A6E1R36
X1-D
RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITION
RCR07G472KS, (81349)
EA
5
3-52
A8A6E1R34
X1-D
RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITION
RCR07G472KS, (81349)
EA
REF
3-52
A8A6E1R38
X1-D
RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITION
RCR07G472KS, (81349)
EA
REF
3-52
A8A6E1R39
X1-D
RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITION
RCR07G472KS, (81349)
EA
REF
3-52
A8A6ERL40
X1-D
RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITION
RCR07GC72KS, (81349)
EA
REF
3-52
A8A6E1R43
X1-D
RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITION.
RCR07G103KS, (81349)
EA
4
3-52
A8A6E1R35
X1-D
RESISTOR, FIXED, COPOSITION
RCR07G103KS, (81349)
EA
REF
3-52
A8A6E1R37
X1-D
RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITION
RCR07G103KS, (81349)
EA
REF
3-52
A8A6E1R41
X1-D
RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITION
RCR07G103KS, (81349)
EA
REF
3-52
A8A6E1R42
X1-D
RESISTOR, FIXED, FILM
R60D26R1F, (81349)
EA
1
3-52
A8A6E1R44
X1-D
TERMINAL, STUD-GROUD
AB396-1, (12615)
EA
6
A8A6El1E
X1-D
SCREW, MACHINE
P343-0298-00000, (77250)
EA
1
A8A6E1E1H
X1-D
WASHER, SPRING TENSION
310-0074-000, (79807)
EA
1
A8A6E1E1H2
X1-D
TERMINAL, STUD-GROUND
AB396-1, (12615)
EA
REF
X1-D
SCREW, MACHINE
P343-0298-00, (77250)
EA
1
A8A6E1E2H1
X1-D
WASHER, SPRING TENSION
310-0074-000, (79807)
EA
1
A8A6E1E2H2
X1-D
TERMINAL, STUD-GROUND
AB396-1, (12615)
EA
REF
A8A6E1E2
A8A6E1E3
B-63
SECTION II
TM 11-5820-509-35
REPAIR PARTS FOR DIRECT SUPPORT, GENERAL SUPPORT, AND DEPOT MAINTENANCE (Continued)
(1)
SMR
CODE
(2)
FEDERAL
STOCK
NUMBER
(3)
DESCRIPTION
Reference Number & Mfr. Code
(4)
Usable
on Code
(5)
UNIT
OF
MEAS
QTY
INC
IN
UNIT
(6)
30 DAY DS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(7)
30 DAY GS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(c)
51-100
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(c)
51-100
(8)
1 YR
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
CNTGCY
(9)
DEPOT
MAINT
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
(10)
ILLUSTRATION
(a)
FIG
NO.
(b)
ITEM NO. OR
REFERENCE
DESIGNATION
X1-D
SCREW, MACHINE:
P343-0298-000; (77250)
EA
1
A8A6EIE3H1
X1-D
WASHER, SPRING TENSION:
310-0074-000; (79807)
EA
1
A8A6E1E3H2
X1-D
TERMINAL, STUD-GROUND:
AB396-1; (12615)
EA
REF
X1-D
SCREW, MACHINE:
P343-0298-000; (77250)
EA
1
A8A6E1E4H1
X1-D
WASHER, SPRING TENSION:
310-0074-000; (79807 )
EA
1
A8A6E1E4H2
X1-D
TERMINAL, STUD-GROUND:
AB396-1; (12615)
EA
REF
X1-D
SCREW, MACHINE:
P343-0298-000; (77250)
EA
1
A8A6E1E5H1
X1-D
WASHER, SPRING TENSION;
310-0074-000; (79807)
EA
1
A8A6EIE5H2
X1-D
TERMINAL, STUD-GROUND
AB396-1; (12615)
EA
REF
X1-D
SCREW, MACHINE;
P34-3-0298-000; (77250)
EA
1
A8A6E1E6H1
X1-D
WASHER, SPRING TENSION:
310-007-400; (79807)
EA
1
A8A6E1E6H2
X1-D
TRANSISTOR:
2N703; (07688)
EA
3
A8A6E1E6H2
X1-D
TRANSISTOR:
2N703; (07688)
EA
REF
3-52
A8A6E1Q8
X1-D
TRANSISTOR:
2N703; (07688)
EA
REF
3-52
A8A6E1Q9
P--D
5340-157-7860
MOUNT, RESILIENT-BASE;
549-1545-003, (13499)
EA
1
P-H-T
5821-019-6291
OSCILLATOR, RADIO FREQUENCY:
549-1680-004, ( 13499)
EA
1
X1-D
BOARD, TERMI'AL-PRESSED:
549-1682-004; (13499)
EA
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
805-014X5V0103Z; (72982)
X1-D
A8A6E1E4
A8A6E1E5
A8A6L1E6
*
*
*
*
A8A6MP3
3-52
A8A6L2
1
3-52
A8A6E2TB1
EA
1
3-52
A8A6L2C11
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM05FD101J03; (81349)
EA
2
3-52
A8A6E2C6
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM05FD101J03; (81349)
EA
REF
3-52
A8A6E2C7
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
DM15F511J300WV4CR; (72136)
EA
2
3-52
A8A6E2C2
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
DM15F511J300WV4CR; (72136)
EA
REF
3-52
A8A6E2C4
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
1115E102J0100WV4CR; (72136)
EA
4
3-52
A8A6E2C3
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
DM15E102J0100WV4CR; (72136)
EA
REF
3-52
A8A6E2C5
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
DM15E102J0100WV4CR; (72136)
EAR
REF
3-52
A8A6E2C8
B-64
*
*
*
SECTION II
TM 11-5820-509-35
****REPAIR PARTS FOR DIRECT SUPPORT, GENERAL SUPPORT, AND DEPOT MAINTENANCE (Continued)****
(1)
(2)
SMR
CODE
FEDERAL
STOCK
NUMBER
(3)
DESCRIPTION
Reference Number & Mfr. Code
(4)
Usable
on Code
UNIT
OF
MEAS
(5)
30 DAY DS
MAINTENANCE
QTY
INC
IN
UNIT
(6)
30 DAY GS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(c)
51-100
(7)
1 YR
ALW
ALLOWANCE
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(c)
51-100
(8)
DEPOT
MAINT
PER
100
EQUIP
CNTGCY
(9)
(10)
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
ILLUSTRATION
(a)
FIG
NO.
(b)
ITEM
NO.
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MTICA
DM15ElO2JO-ocWv4CR, (72136)
EA
REF
3-52 A8A6E2C10
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA
CM05CDOlOD03, (81349)
EA
2
3-52 A8A6E2C9 *
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA
CM04CDOiOD03, (81349)
EA
REF
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA
DMIOC020DO, (14655)
EA
2
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA.
DMTOCO20DO, (14655)
EA
REF
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MTCA
DHlOCO30DO, (i14655)
EA
2
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MECA
DMOCO30DO, (14655)
'A
REF
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA
CM(4CDo50D03; (81349)
EA
2
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA'
CMO4CDO50DO3, (81349)
EA
REF
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MTCA.
CMD4CD1OODO3, (81349)
LA
2
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA
CM04CDlOODO3, (81349)
EA
REF
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA
CM04CD120J03, (81349)
EA
2
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA
CMD4CD120J03, (81349)
EA
REF
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICACM04CD150J03, (81349)
EA
2
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA
CM04DCD150J03, (81349)
EA
E
A8A6E2C13*
XI-D
CAPACTTOR, FIXED, MTICA
DM1OC022DO3, (72136)
EA
2
3-52 A8A6E2C9 *
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA
DMlOC022DW3, (72136)
EA
REF
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MTCADMIOC024DO3, (72136)
EA
2
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MTCA
DMlOC024D03, (72136)
EA
REF
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA
DMlOCO27D03, (72136)
EA
2
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MTICA.
DMOC027DO3, (72136)
EA
REF
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA
DM1OCO33DO3, (72136)
EA
2
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA.
DMOCo33D03, (72i36)
EA
REF
XI-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA
DMlOC036D03, (72136)
EA
2
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA
DM1OC036DO3, (72136)
EA
REF
X1-D
,
A8A6E2C13*
3-52 A8A6E2C9"
A8A6E2C13*
3-52 A8A6E2C9·*
A8A6E2C13*
3-52 A8A6E2C9 *
A8A6E2C13*
3-52 A8A6E2C9 *
A8A6E2C13*
3-52 A8A6E2C9 *
A8A6E2C13*
3-52 A8A6E2C9*
A8A6E2C13*
3-52 A8A6E2C9*
A8A6E2C13*
3-52
A8A6E2C9*
A8A6E2C13*
3-52 A8A6E2C9*
A8A6E2C13*
3-52 A8A6E2C9*
* SELECT PER OPERATIONAL REQUIREMENT.
B-65
A8A6E2C13*
SECTION II
TM 11-5820-509-35
****REPAIR PARTS FOR DIRECT SUPPORT, GENERAL SUPPORT, AND DEPOT MAINTENANCE (Continued)****
(1)
SMR
CODE
(2)
FEDERAL
STOCK
NUMBER
(3)
DESCRIPTION
Reference Number & Mfr. Code
(4)
Usable
on Code
(5)
UNIT
OF
MEAS
QTY
INC
IN
UNIT
(6)
30 DAY DS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(7)
30 DAY GS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(c)
51-100
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(c)
51-100
(8)
1 YR
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
CNTGCY
(9)
DEPOT
MAINT
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
(10)
ILLUSTRATION
(a)
FIG
NO.
3-52
(b)
ITEM NO. OR
REFERENCE
DESIGNATION
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA'
DMlOC039D03, (72136)
EA
2
A8A6E2C9 *
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA
DMIOC039D03; (72136)
EA
REF
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA.
EMlOCO43D03, (72136)
MA
2
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA
DMiOCOh3D03; (72136)
EA
REF
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
DMOC047D03; (72136)
EA
2
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA
DM1OC0o7DO3, (72136)
EA
REF
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA.
DMlOCO56D03; (72136)
EA
2
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
DltOC056D03, (72136)
EA
REF
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICADmoco66DO3, (72136)
EA
2
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA
DMioco66D03, (72136)
EA
REF
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICAMT1oCo68D03, (72136)
EA
2
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MTCADMOC068D03; (72136)
EA
REF
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MTCA:
DMlOC075DO3; (72136)
EA
2
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICADMiOC075D03, (72136)
A
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICADMlOCo82Do3, (72136)
EA
2
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA.
DM10Co82D03, (72136)
EA
REF
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
DMTOCO91D03; (72136)
EA
2
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICADMlOCO91D03; (72136)
EA
RF
X1-D
CAPACITOR, VARIABLE, GLASS
682268, (19644)
EA
1
3-52
A8A6E2C1
X1-D
CAPACITOR, VOLTAGE, VARIABLE:
hN4795B, (01281)
EA
1
3-52
A8A6E2C12
X1-D
COIL, RADIO FREQUENCYLTlOK003; (81349)
EA
1
3-52
AaA6E2LI
X1-D
COIL, RADIO FREQUENCY:
LTlOK029, (81349)
EA
1
3-52
A8A6Z2L2
X1-D
OSCILLATOR, SUBASSEMLY
756-7606-003, (13499)
EA
1
3-52
A8A6E2AI
XI-D
RESISTOR, FIXED, CDNPOSITION
RCR07G221KS, (81349)
EA
1
3-52
A8A6E2R17
X1-D
RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITION.
RCR07G56iKS, (813h9)
EA
1
3-52
A8A6E2R13
A8A6E2C13 *
3-52
A8A6Z2C9 8
A8A6E2C13 *
3-52
A8A62C9 *
A8A6E2C13 *
3-52
A8A6Z2C9 *
A8A6E2C13 *
3-52
A8A6Z2C9 8 *
A8F6E2C13 *
3-52
AA62C9 *
AaA6f2C13 8
3-52
REF
A8A6Z2C9 *
A8A6E2C13 *
3-52
A8A6E2C9 *
A8A6E2C13 *
3-52
A8A6E2C9 *
A8A6E2C13 *
* SELECT PER OPERATIONAL REQUIREMENT.
B-66
SECTION II
TM 11-5820-509-35
****REPAIR PARTS FOR DIRECT SUPPORT, GENERAL SUPPORT, AND DEPOT MAINTENANCE (Continued)****
(1)
SMR
CODE
(2)
FEDERAL
STOCK
NUMBER
(3)
DESCRIPTION
Reference Number & Mfr. Code
(4)
Usable
on Code
(5)
UNIT
OF
MEAS
QTY
INC
IN
UNIT
(6)
30 DAY DS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(7)
30 DAY GS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(c)
51-100
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(c)
51-100
(8)
1 YR
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
CNTGCY
(9)
DEPOT
MAINT
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
(10)
ILLUSTRATION
(a)
FIG
NO.
(b)
ITEM NO. OR
REFERENCE
DESIGNATION
X1-D
RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITION
RCR07G222KS, (81349)
EA
1
3-52
A8A6E2R16
X1-D
RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITION
RCR07G472MS, (81349)
EA
1
3-52
A8A6E2R12
X1-D
RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITION
RCR07GC10O3KS, (FP3L49)
EA
L
3-52
A8A6ECR1C
X1-D
RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITION
RCR07G103KS, (81349)
EA
REF
3-52
A8A6ERilli
X1-D
RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITION
RCR07G103KS, (81349)
EA
REF
3-52
A8A6E2R'L
X1-D
RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITION
RCR07C10O3KS, (81349)
EA
REF
3-52
A8A6E2R15
X1-D
RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITION
RCRO7Gh7hKS, (81349)
EA
2
3-52
A8A6E2R5
X1-D
RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITION
RCRO7G474KS, (81349)
EA
REF
3-52
A8A6E2R6
X1-D
RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITION
RN60D3830F, (81349)
EA
1
3-52
A8A6E2R18 *
X1-D
RESISTOR, FIXED, FILM
RN60D4220F, (81349)
EA
1
3-52
A8A6E2R18 "
X1-D
RESISTOR, FIXED, FILM
RN60D6L40F, (81349)
EA
1
3-52
A8A6E2R18 '
X1-D
RESISTOR, FIXED, FILM
RN60D5110F, (81349)
EA
1
3-52
A8A6E2R18 -
X1-D
RSISTOR, FIXED, FILM
RN60D5620F, (81349)
EA
1
3-52
A8A6E2R18 *
X1-D
RESISTOR, FIXED, FILM
RN60DD102F, (81349)
EA
2
3-52
A8A6E2R7
X1-D
RESISTOR, FIXED, FILM
RN60D1002F, (81349)
EA
REF
3-52
A8A6E2R8
X1-D
RESISTOR, FIXED, FILM:
RP60D2152F, (81349)
EA
1
3-52
A8A6E2R9
X1-D
RESISTOR, FIXED, FILM
RF60D6813F, (81349)
EA
1
3-52
A8A6E2Rb4
X1-D
RESISTOR, FIXED, FILM
RN6OD9093F, (81349)
EA
1
3-52
A8A6E2RL *
X1-D
RESISTOR, FIXED, FILM
RN65D1L74F, (81349)
EA
1
3-52
A8A6E2R4 *
X1-D
RESISTOR, FIXED, FILM
RN65D1964F, (81349)
EA
1
3-52
A8A6E2Rb -
X1-D
RESISTOR, VARIABLE, COMPOSITION
3051P1-105, (80294)
EA
1
3-52
A8A6E2R1
X1-D
NUT, SELF-LOCKING, HEXAGON
68-1660-26, (72962)
EA
2
A8A6E2R1H1
X1-D
NUT, SELF-LOCKING, HEXAGON
68-1660-26, (72962)
EA
REF
A8A6E2R1H2
X1-D
SCREW, MACHINE
P343-0301-000, (77250)
EA
2
A8A6E2R1H3
X1-D
SCREW, MACHINE
P343-0301-000, (77250)
EA
REF
A8A6E2R1H4
* SELECT PER OPERATIONAL REQUIREMENT
B-67
SECTION II
TM 11-5820-509-35
****REPAIR PARTS FOR DIRECT SUPPORT, GENERAL SUPPORT, AND DEPOT MAINTENANCE (continued)****
(1)
SMR
CODE
(2)
FEDERAL
STOCK
NUMBER
(3)
DESCRIPTION
Reference Number & Mfr. Code
(4)
Usable
on Code
UNIT
OF
MEAS
(5)
QTY
INC
IN
UNIT
(6)
30 DAY DS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(7)
30 DAY GS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(c)
51-100
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(c)
51-100
(8)
1 YR
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
CNTGCY
(9)
DEPOT
MAINT
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
(10)
ILLUSTRATION
(a)
FIG
NO.
XI-D
RESISTOR, VARIABLE, WIRE WOUND. EA
224P1-503, (80294)
2
X1-D
NUT, SELF-LOCKING, HEXAGON.
68-1660-26; (72962)
EA
2
A8A6E2R2H1
XI-D
NUT, SELF-LOCKING, HEXAGON:
68-1660-26; (72962)
EA
REF
A8A6E2R2H2
X1-D
SCREW, MACHINE:
P343-0361-000, (77250)
EA
2
A8A6E2R2H3
X1-D
SCREW, MACHINE.
P343-0361-000; (77250)
EA
RKF
A8A6E2RH4
X1-D
RESISTOR, VARIABLE, WRE WOUND:
224P1-503; (80294)
EA
REF
A8A6E2R3
X1-D
SEMICODUCTOR DEVICE, DIODE:
111821A; (87688)
EA
2
3-52
A8A6E2CRI
XI-D
SEMICODUCTOR DEVICE, DIODE:
111821A, (07688)
EA
REF
3-52
A8A6E2CR2
X1-D
TRANSISTOR:
21703; (07688)
EA
3
3-52
A8A6E2Q1
X1-D
TRAIISISTOR:
2r703; (o7688)
EA
REF
3-52
A8A6E2q2
X1-D
TRANSISTOR
2w703; (07688)
EA
REF
3-52
A8A6E2Q3
P-H-T
5820-087-3440
OSCILLATOR SUBASSEMBLY, FRAME
549-1552-00o, (13499)
EA
1
P-D
5910-9h5-0313
CAPACITOR, FIXED, CERAMIC:
CKi3AX222M, (81349)
EA
P-D
5910-102-13 46
CAPACITOR, FIXED, CERAMIC:
CK12BX472K; (81349)
P-D
5910-102-1346
P-D
3-52
(b)
ITEM NO. OR
REFERENCE
DESIGNATION
*
*
*
3-13
A8A6Ai
1
*
*
3-53
A8A6AIC22
EA
3
*
*
3-53
A8A6AlC18
CAPACITOR, FIXED, CERAIIC:
CK12BX472K; (81349)
EA
REF
REF
REF
3-53
A8A6A1C23
5910-102-1346
CAPACITOR, FIXED, CERAMIC:
CK12BX472K; (81349)
EA
REF
REF
REF
3-53
A8A6A1C26
P-D
5910-726-5003
CAPACITOR, FIXED,ELECTROLYTIC:
150D10SXO35A2, (56289)
EA
2
REF
REF
3-53
A8A6AiC36
P-D
5910-726-5003
CAPACITOR, FIXED, ELECTROLYTIC
150D105XOO35A2, (56289)
EA
REF
REF
REF
3-53
A8A6AiC39
P-D
5910-901-6105
CAPACITOR, FIXED, FILM
192P4729R8, (56289)
EA
2
*
*
3-53
A8A6AlC15
P-D
5910-901-6105
CAPACITOR, FIXED, FILM.
192P4729R8; (56289)
EA
REF
REF
REF
3-53
A8A6AiC16
P-D
5910-844-0905
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM05FDlOiJO3, (81349)
EA
2
REF
RFF
3-53
A8A6AlC17
P-D
5910-844-0905
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
C05FD101J03; (81349)
EA
REF
REF
REF
3-5-
A8A6AiC19
P-D
5910-460-0869
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM05FD221JO3, (81349)
EA
1
REF
REF
3-53
A8A6AiC40
P-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA
DM15F511J300W4CR, (72136)
EA
2
REF
REF
3-53
A8A6A1C13
P-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA
DM15F51lJ30OWV4CR, (72136)
EA
REF
REF
REF
3-53
A8A6A1C21
B-68
*
*
A8A6E2R2
SECTION II
TM 11-5820-509-35
****REPAIR PARTS FOR DIRECT SUPPORT, GENERAL SUPPORT, AND DEPOT MAINTENANCE (continued)****
(1)
SMR
CODE
(2)
FEDERAL
STOCK
NUMBER
(3)
DESCRIPTION
Reference Number & Mfr. Code
(4)
Usable
on Code
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MIICA
CMO6FD162Jo3, (81349)
(5)
UNIT
OF
MEAS
QTY
INC
IN
UNIT
EA
1
(6)
30 DAY DS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(7)
30 DAY GS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(c)
51-100
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(c)
51-100
(8)
1 YR
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
CNTGCY
P-D
5910-903-6144
*
M-D
CHASSIS, ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT
549-1555-005, (13499)
EA
1
P-D
5935-806-2688
JACK, TIP
72-140-1, (12615)
EA
1
*
P-D
5935-432-6472
JACK, TIP,
72-1140-2, (12615)
EA
1
P-D
5935-432-6473
JACK, TIP.
72-140-3, (12615)
EA
P-D
5935-432-474
JACK, TIP72-140-4, (12615)
P-D
5950-828-1336
P-D
(9)
DEPOT
MAINT
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
*
(10)
ILLUSTRATION
(a)
FIG
NO.
(b)
ITEM NO. OR
REFERENCE
DESIGNATION
3-53
A8A6AIC24
3-53
A8AbALAI
*
3-2
A8A6AIAIJ1
*
*
3-12
A8A6AIA1J2
1
*
*
3-53
A8A6AIAIJ3
EA
1
*
*
3-53
A8A6AIA1J4
COIL, RADIO FREQUENCY
LTIOKO1O, (81349)
EA
1
*
*
3-53
A8A6ALL5
5950-994-6600
COIL, RADIO FREQUENCY
LT1OK020, (81349)
EA
1
REF
REF
3-53
A8A6A1L3
P-D
5950-893-8650
COIL, RADIO FREQUENCYLTlOKo36, (81349)
EA
1
*
*
3-53
A8A6A1L4
P-D
5950-070-7641
COIL, RADIO FREQUENCY
LTiOKO60, (81349)
EA
1
REF
REF
3-53
ASA6A1L6
P-D
5325-174-5317
GROC,. RUBBER
MS14S35489-4, (96906)
EA
4
REF
REF
3-53
A8A6AlHI
P-D
5325-174-5317
GROHMET, RUBBER
MS35489-4, (96906)
EA
REF
REF
REF
3-53
A8A6AH2
P-D
5325-174-5317
GR ONET, RUBBER
NS35489-4, (96906)
EA
REF
REF
REF
3-53
A8A6AIH3
P-D
5325-174-5317 GROHET, RUBBERNS 35489-4, (96906)
EA
REF
REF
REF
P-D
5905-825-2360
RESISTOR, FIXED, CCMPOSITION
RCR07G221KS, (81349)
EA
1
REF
REF
3-53
A8A6AiR45
P-D
RESISTOR, FIXED, CPOSITIONRCR07G222KS, (81349)
EA
1
REF
REF
3-53
A8A6AiR29
P-D
RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITION:
RCR07G272KS, (81349)
EA
I
REF
REF
3-53
A8A6AiR25
P-D
RESISTOR, FIXED, COHPOSITION.
RCR07G332KS, (81349 )
EA
2
*
*
3-53
A8A6A1R24
P-D
RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITION
RCR07G332KS, (81349)
EA
REF
REF
REF
3-53
A8A6AiR33
P-D
RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITION:
RCRO7c472KS; (81349)
EA
2
REF
REF
3-53
A8A6A1R26
P-D
RESISTOR PIXED, COMPOSITION
RCR764,72KS, (81349)
EA
REF
REF
REF
3-53
A8A6A1R27
A8A6AlH4
P-D
5905-816-8554
RESISTOR, FIXED, CCMPOSITION
RCR07G103KS, ( 8139)
EA
4
REF
REF
3-53
A8A6A1R23
P-D
5905-816-8554
RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITION
RCR07Gl03KS, (81349)
EA
REF
REF
REF
3-53
A8A6A1R28
P-D
5905-816-8554
RESISTOR, FIXED, CC4POSITION:
RCR07G103KS, (81349)
EA
REF
REF
REF
3-53
A8A6AiR31
P-D
5905-816-8554
RESISTOR, FIXED, COKPOSITION.
RCR07G103KS, (81349)
EA
REF
REF
REF
3-53
A8A6A1R32
B-69
SECTION II
TM 11-5820-509-35
****REPAIR PARTS FOR DIRECT SUPPORT, GENERAL SUPPORT, AND DEPOT MAINTENANCE (continued)****
(1)
(2)
SMR
CODE
P-D
FEDERAL
STOCK
NUMBER
59I0-702-3517
P-D
(3)
(4)
(5)
(6)
30 DAY DS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(7)
30 DAY GS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(8)
1 YR
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
CNTGCY
(9)
DEPOT
MAINT
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
(10)
ILLUSTRATION
UNIT
OF
MEAS
QTY
INC
IN
UNIT
TERMIAL, STUD-GROUND.
AB396-1; (12615)
EA
5
*
*
A8A6A1E1
SCREW, MACHINE
P343-298-ooo, (77250)
EA
1
*
*
A8A6A1iEH1
DESCRIPTION
Reference Number & Mfr. Code
Usable
on Code
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(c)
51-100
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(c)
51-100
(a)
FIG
NO.
(b)
ITEM NO. OR
REFERENCE
DESIGNATION
P-D
5310-981-2255
WASHER, SPRING TENSION.
310-0074-000, (79807)
EA
1
REF
REF
A8A6A1ElH2
P-D
5940-702-3517
TERMINAL, STUD-GROUND:
AB396-i, (12615)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A6A1E2
SCREW, MACHINE
P343-0298-000, (77250)
EA
1
REF
REF
A8A6E2li
P-D
P-D
5310-981-2255
WASHER, SPRING TENSION
310-0074-000; (79807)
EA
1
REF
REF
A8A6A1E2H2
P-D
5940-702-3517
TERMIAL, STUD-GROUND
AB396-1, (12615)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A6AiE3
SCREW, MACHINEP343-0829-00, (77250)
EA
1
REF
REF
AAk6AlE3N1
P-D
P-D
5310-981-2255
WASHER, SPRING TENSION
310-0074-000, (79807)
EA
1
REF
REF
A8A6AiE3H2
P-D
5940-702-3517
TERMINAL, STUD-GROUND
AB396-1, (12615)
EA
REF
REF
REF
AaA6A1E4
SCREW, MACHINEP3h3-0298-000, (77250)
EA
1
REF
REF
ABA6AlEbH1
P-D
P-D
5310-981-2255
WASHER, SPRING TENSION.
310-0074-000; (79807)
EA
1
REF
REF
A8A6AE4H2
P-D
5940-702-3517
TERMINAL, STUD-GROUD
AB39-1; (12615)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A6A1E5
SCREW, MACHINE
P343-0298-O00, (77250)
EA
1
REF
REF
A8A6A1ESHl
WASHER, SPRING TENSION
310-0074-000; (79807)
EA
1
REF
REF
A&A6A1ESH2
P-D
TRANSISTOR2N703; (07688)
EA
3
REF
REF
3-53
A8A6A1Qh
P-D
TRANSISTOR
2N7D03, (07688)
EA
REF
REF
REF
3-53
A8A6A1Q5
P-D
TRANSISTOR.
2N703, (07688)
EA
REF
REF
REF
3-53
A8A6A1Q6
P-D
RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITION
RCR07G272KS; (81349)
EA
3
REF
REF
3-53
ABA6R30 *
P-D
RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITION
RCRO7G272KS, (813b9)
EA
PEPF
REF
REF
A8A6R45 *
RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITION
RCR07G272KS; (813h9)
EA
REF
REF
REF
ABA6R46 *
P-D
RESISTOR, FIXED, COWMOSITION
RCRO7G332KS; (81349)
EA
3
REF
REF
A8A6R30 *
P-D
RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITION
RCRo7G332XS; (813b9)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A83A6R45 *
P-D
RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITION
RCR07G332KS, (813L9)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A6R46 *
P-D
RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITION
RCRB7G392KS; (81349)
EA
3
REF
REF
A8A6R30 *
P-D
P-D
P-D
5310-981-2255
'
* SELECT PER OPERATIONAL REQUIREMENT.
B-70
SECTION II
TM 11-5820-509-35
****REPAIR PARTS FOR DIRECT SUPPORT, GENERAL SUPPORT, AND DEPOT MAINTENANCE (continued)****
(1)
SMR
CODE
(2)
FEDERAL
STOCK
NUMBER
(3)
DESCRIPTION
Reference Number & Mfr. Code
(4)
Usable
on Code
(5)
UNIT
OF
MEAS
QTY
INC
IN
UNIT
(6)
30 DAY DS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(7)
30 DAY GS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(c)
51-100
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(c)
51-100
(8)
1 YR
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
CNTGCY
(9)
DEPOT
MAINT
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
(10)
ILLUSTRATION
(a)
FIG
NO.
(b)
ITEM NO. OR
REFERENCE
DESIGNATION
P-D
5905-070-9391
RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITION
RCRO7G392KS, (81349)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A6R45 *
P-D
5905-070-9391
RESISTOR., FIXED, COMPOSITION:
RCR07G392KS, (81349)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A6R46 *
P-D
5905-752-3340
RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITION.
RCRO7G472KS, (81349)
EA
3
REF
REF
A8A6R0 *
P-D
5905-752-3340
RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITION
RCRO7G472KS; (81349)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A6R5 *
P-D
5905-752-3340
RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITION.
RCRO7C472KS, (81349)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A6R46 *
P-D
5905-070-9392
RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITION.
RCR07G562KS, (81349)
EA
3
REF
REF
A8A6R30 *
P-D
5905-070-9392
RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITIONRCRO7G562KS, (81349)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A6RS5 *
P-D
5905-070-9392
RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITIONRCRO7G562KS, (81349)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A6R46 *
P-D
RESISTOR, FXED, COMPOSITIONRCRo7C682KS, '(81349)
EA
3
*
*
A8A6R30 *
P-D
RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITIOD:
RCRO7G682Ks, (81349)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A6Rb45 *
P-D
RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITIODRCRO7G682Ks, (81349)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A6R46 *
P-D
5905-834-9874
RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITION
RCR07C822Ks, (81349)
EA
3
REF
REF
A8A6R30 *
P-D
5905-834-9874
RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITION
RCR7CG822KS, (81349)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A6R45 *
P-D
5905-834-9874
RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITION.
RCRo7c822Ks, (81349)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A6R46 *
P-D
5905-816-8554
RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITIONRCRo7GlO3KS; (81349)
EA
3
REF
REF
A8A6R30 *
P-D
5905-816-8554
RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITION'
RCR07GC103KS, (813b9)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A6R4S *
P-D
5905-816-8554
RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITIONRCR07G103KS, (81349)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A6R46 *
P-D
RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITION
RCR07G123KS, (81349)
EA
3
REF
REF
A8A6R30 *
P-D
RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITIONRCR07G123KS, (81349)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A6Rb5 *
P-D
RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITION
RCR07123KS, (81349)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A6R46 *
P-D
RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITION'
RCR7GC153KS, (81349)
EA,
3
*
*
A8A6R30 *
P-D
RESISTOR, FTXED, COMPOSITION.
RCRO7G153KS, (81349)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A6R45 *
P-D
RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITION
RCR07G153KS, (81349)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A6Rb6 *
P-D
RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITION
RCRO7G183KS; (81349)
EA
3
REF
REF
A8A6R30 *
P-D
RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITION
RCR07G183KS, (81349)
EA
REF
*
*
ASA6R4S *
* SELECT PER OPERATIONAL REQUIREMENT.
B-71
SECTION II
TM 11-5820-509-35
****REPAIR PARTS FOR DIRECT SUPPORT, GENERAL SUPPORT, AND DEPOT MAINTENANCE (continued)****
(1)
SMR
CODE
(2)
FEDERAL
STOCK
NUMBER
(3)
DESCRIPTION
Reference Number & Mfr. Code
(4)
Usable
on Code
(5)
UNIT
OF
MEAS
QTY
INC
IN
UNIT
(6)
30 DAY DS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(7)
30 DAY GS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(c)
51-100
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(c)
51-100
(8)
1 YR
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
CNTGCY
(9)
DEPOT
MAINT
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
(10)
ILLUSTRATION
(a)
FIG
NO.
(b)
ITEM NO. OR
REFERENCE
DESIGNATION
P-D
5905-838-6599
RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITION
RCR07G183KS, (81349)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A6R46 *
P-D
5905-824-1729
RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITION
RCR07G223KS, (813L9)
EA
3
REF
REF
A8A6R30 *
P-D
5905-824-1729
RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITION
RCR07G223KS, (81349)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A6RB5 *
P-D
5905-824-1729
RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITION.
RCR07G223KS, (81349)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A6R46 *
P-D
RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITION:
RCR07G273KS, (81349)
EA
3
REF
REF
A8A6R30 *
P-D
RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITION.
RCRO7G273KS, (81349)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A6R45 *
P-D
RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITION
RCR07G273KS, (81349)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A6R46 *
REF
REF
A8A6E3
P-D
5940-702-3517
TERMINAL, STUD-GROUND
AB396-1, (12615)
EA
1
P-H-S
5820-960-7845
TRANSLATOR, SIGNAL DATA:
CV1377APRC47, (80058)
EA
1
*
*
*
*
*
3-4
A8A3
P-H-T
5820-975-5432
AMPLIFIER, RADIO FREUENCY
549-5984-003, (13499)
EA
1
*
*
*
*
*
3-10
A8A3E46
P-D
5305-054-5636
SCREW, MACHINE
MS51957-2; (96906)
EA
2
REF
REF
X1-D
BOARD, PRINTED CIRCUIT.
549-5982-003, (13499)
EA
1
3-37
A8A3E46E1
X1-D
COIL, RADIO FREQUENCY4422-11-117; (82142)
EA
1
3-37
A8A3E46L102
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, CERAMIC
CK14BX223M, (81349)
EA
2
3-37
A8A3E46C276
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, CERAMIC:
CK14BX223M; (81349)
EA
REF
3-37
A8A3E46C281
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, CERAMIC:
6s8o83, (56289)
EA
4
3-37
A8A3E46C247
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, CERAMIC.
6S8083, (56289)
EA
REF
3-37
A8A3E46C269
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, CERAMIC:
6S8083, (56289)
EA
REF
3-37
A8A3E46C272
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, CERAMIC6S8083, (56289)
EA
REF
3-37
A8A3E46c275
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA
CMDSCDOSD0W3; (81349)
EA
1
3-37
A8A3E46C280
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA.
CM)5FDlO1JO3, (81349)
EA
3
3-37
A8A3Eh6C246
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICACMDSFDlO1J03, (81349)
EA
REF
3-37
A8A3E46C268
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICACM5FD101JO3, (81349)
EA
REF
3-37
A8A3E46C271
X1-D
CAPACIT6R, FIXED, MICA
CM05DFD181JO3, (81349)
EA
2
3-37
A8A3E46C270
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA
CM05FD181J03, (81349)
EA
REF
3-37
A8A3E46C273
* SELECT PER OPERATIONAL REQUIREMENT.
B-72
A8A3E46H2
SECTION II
TM 11-5820-509-35
****REPAIR PARTS FOR DIRECT SUPPORT, GENERAL SUPPORT, AND DEPOT MAINTENANCE (continued)****
(1)
SMR
CODE
(2)
FEDERAL
STOCK
NUMBER
(3)
DESCRIPTION
Reference Number & Mfr. Code
(4)
Usable
on Code
(5)
UNIT
OF
MEAS
QTY
INC
IN
UNIT
(6)
30 DAY DS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(7)
30 DAY GS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(c)
51-100
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(c)
51-100
(8)
1 YR
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
CNTGCY
(9)
DEPOT
MAINT
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
(10)
ILLUSTRATION
(a)
FIG
NO.
(b)
ITEM NO. OR
REFERENCE
DESIGNATION
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA.
DM15F471J300WV4CR, (72136)
EA
1
3-37
A8A3E46C274
X1-D
RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITION
RCR07G121KS, (81349)
EA
3
3-37
A8A3E46R125
X1-D
RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITION
RCR07G121KS, (81349)
EA
REF
3-37
A8A3E46R130
X1-D
RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITION
RCR07G121KS, (81349)
EA
REF
3-37
A8A3E46RI35
X1-D
RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITION
RCRO7CG331KS, (81349)
EA
1
3-37
A8A3E46R134
X1-D
RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITION
RCR07GC10O2KS, (81349)
EA
6
3-37
A8A3E46Rl19
X1-D
RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITION
RCR07C10cKS, (81349)
EA
REF
3-37
A8A3E462
Xi-D
RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITION
RCR07G102KS, (81349)
EA
REF
3-37
A8A3E46R124
X1-D
RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITION
RCR07G102KS, (81349)
EA
REF
3-37
A8A3E46R128
X1-D
RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITION
RCRO7GlO2KS; (81349)
EA
REF
3-37
A8A3E46R129
X1-D
RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITION
RCR07G102KS, (81349)
EA
REF
3-37
A8A3E46R133
X1-D
RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITION
RCR07GC153KS; (81349)
EA
1
3-37
A8A3E46R120
X1-D
RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITION.
RCR07G223KS, (81349)
EA
2
3-37
A8A3E46R122
X1-D
RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITION
RCR07G223KS, (81349)
EA
REF
3-37
A8A3E46R132
X1-D
RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITIONRCRO7CG822KS, (81349)
EA
1
3-37
A8A3E46R127
X1-D
RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITION:
RCR07G273KS, (81349)
EA
3
3-37
A8A3E46R121
X1-D
RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITION
RCR07G273KS, (81349)
EA
RE2
3-37
A8A3E46R126
X1-D
RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITION
RCR07C273KS, (81349)
EA
REF
3-37
A8A3E46R131
X1-D
TRANSISTOR
2N703, 07688)
EA
4
3-37
A8A3E46Q16
X1-D
TRANSISTOR
2N703, (07688)
EA
REF
3-37
A8A3E46Q17
X1-D
TRANSISTOR
2N703, (07688)
EA
REF
3-37
A8A3E46Q18
X1-D
TRANSISTOR
2N703, (07688)
EA
REF
3-37
A8A3E46Q19
AMPLIFIER, RADIO FREQUENCY
549-5996-oo00, (13499)
EA
1
3-9
A8A3E47
X1-D
BOARD, PRINTED CIRCUIT
549-5995-004, (13499)
EA
1
3-38
A8A3E47E1
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, CERAMIC
CK14BX223M, (81349)
EA
2
3-38
A8A3E47C144
P-H-T
5820-975-5430
*
B-73
*
*
*
*
SECTION II
TM 11-5820-509-35
****REPAIR PARTS FOR DIRECT SUPPORT, GENERAL SUPPORT, AND DEPOT MAINTENANCE (continued)****
(1)
SMR
CODE
(2)
FEDERAL
STOCK
NUMBER
(3)
DESCRIPTION
Reference Number & Mfr. Code
(4)
Usable
on Code
UNIT
OF
MEAS
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, CERAMIC
CK14BX223M; (81349)
A
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, CERAMIC
6S8083, (56289)
X1-D
(5)
QTY
INC
IN
UNIT
(6)
30 DAY DS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(7)
30 DAY GS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(c)
51-100
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(c)
51-100
(8)
1 YR
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
CNTGCY
(9)
DEPOT
MAINT
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
(10)
ILLUSTRATION
(a)
FIG
NO.
(b)
ITEM NO. OR
REFERENCE
DESIGNATION
REF
3-38
A8A3E47C153
EA
13
3-38
A8A3E47C142
CAPACITOR, FIXED, CERLMIC6S8083, (56289)
EA
REF
3-38
A8A3E47C143
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, CERAMIC:
6S8o83, (56289)
EA
REF
3-38
A8A3E47C150
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, CERAMIC:
6S8083, (56289)
EA
REF
3-38
A8A3Eh7C151
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, CERAMIC.
6S8083, (56289)
EA
REF
3-38
A8A3E47C154
XI-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, CERAMIC.
6S8083; (56289)
EA
REF
3-38
A8A3E47C156
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, CERAMC6S8083, (56289)
EA
REF
3-38
A8A3E47C158
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, CERAMIC
6S8083, (56289)
EA
REF
3-38
A8A3E47C159
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, CERAMIC
6S8083, (56289)
EA
REF
3-38
A8A3E47C160
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, CERAMIC
6S8083, (56289)
EA
REF
3-38
A8A3E47C161
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, CERAMIC
6S8083, (56289)
EA
REF
3-38
A8A3Eh7C177
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, CERAMIC
6S8083, (56289)
EA
REF
3-38
A8A3E47C178
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, CERAMIC6S8083, (56289)
EA
REF
3-38
A8A3E47C183
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICACM05SD200JO3, (81349)
EA
1
3-38
A8A3Eh7C180
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, M
CM05CDlOD0D3, (81349)
EA
1
3-38
A8A3E47C165
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA
CMD5FD391J03, (81349)
EA
1
3-38
A8A3E47C148
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA.
DM15F511J30OOWVCR, (72136)
EA
8
3-38
A8A3E47C145
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA
DM15F511J300WV4hCR; (72136)
EA
REF
3-38
A8A3E47C147
)X]-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA
DM15F51lj30OOv4CR; (72136)
EA
REF
3-38
A8A3E47Cl49
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICADM15F511J300WVhCR; (72136)
EA
REF
3-38
A8A3E47C152
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA
DM5F511J30WVh4CR, (72%36)
EA
REF
3-38
A8A3E47C155
XL-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA
DM15F511J30OWV4CR, (72136)
EA
REF
3-38
A8A3E47C157
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA.
DM15F511J300WV4CR, (72136)
EA
REF
3-38
A8A3E47C176
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
DM15F511J300WV4CR; (72136)
EA
REF
3-38
A8A3E47C181
B-74
SECTION II
TM 11-5820-509-35
****REPAIR PARTS FOR DIRECT SUPPORT, GENERAL SUPPORT, AND DEPOT MAINTENANCE (continued)****
(1)
SMR
CODE
(2)
FEDERAL
STOCK
NUMBER
(3)
DESCRIPTION
Reference Number & Mfr. Code
(4)
Usable
on Code
(5)
UNIT
OF
MEAS
QTY
INC
IN
UNIT
(6)
30 DAY DS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(7)
30 DAY GS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(c)
51-100
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(c)
51-100
(8)
1 YR
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
CNTGCY
(9)
DEPOT
MAINT
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
(10)
ILLUSTRATION
(a)
FIG
NO.
(b)
ITEM NO. OR
REFERENCE
DESIGNATION
XL-D
JACK, TIP
105-734-1oo; (74970)
EA
1
3-38
A8A3E47J5
X1-D
JACK, TIP:
105-740-100, (74970)
EA
1
3-38
A8A3E47J6
X1-D
RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITION
RCR07G270KS, (81349)
EA
2
3-38
ABA3E47R24
X1-D
RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITION
RCR07G270KS, (81349)
EA
REF
3-38
ABA3E47R30
X1-D
RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITION
RCR07C101KS, (81349)
EA
1
3-38
A8A3E47R41
X1-D
RESISTOR, FI-XED, COMPOSITION
RCR07C121KS; (81349)
EA
3
3-38
A8A3E47R43
X1-D
RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITION.
RCR07G121KS; (81349)
EA
RE
3-38
ABA3E47R57
X1-D
RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITION'
RCR7OG121KS, (81349)
EA
REF
3-38
A8A3E47Rl19
X1-D
RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITION
RCR07G331KS, (81349)
EA
1
3-38
A8A3E47R143
X1-D
RESISTOR, FIXED, C0MPOSITION
RCRO7G561KS, (81349)
EA
5
3-38
A8A3E47R28
X1-D
RESISTOR, FIXED, CM0POSITION:
RCR07G561KS, (81349)
EA
REF
3-38
A8A3E47R37
X1-D
RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITION
RCR07G561KS, (81349)
EA
REF
3-38
A8A3E47Rs4
X1-D
RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITION
RCRO7G561KS, (31349)
EA
REF
3-38
ABA3E47R139
X1-D
RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITION
RCR07G561KS, (81349)
EA
REF
3-38
A8A3E47R144
X1-D
RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITION
RCR07G821KS, (81349)
EA
1
3-38
A8A3E47R42
X1-D
RESISTOR, FIXFD, COMPOSITIONRCRO7G1021S, (81349)
EA
7
3-38
A8A3E47R34
X1-D
RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITION
RCR07G1o2KS, (81349)
EA
REX
3-38
A8A3E47R46
X1-D
RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITION
RCR07GlO2KS, (81349)
EA
REF
3-38
A8A3E47R47
X1-D
RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITION
RCRO7G102KS, (81349)
EA
REF
3-38
A8A3E47R5O
X1-D
RESISTOR, FIXED, 00CMPSITION
RCR07G102KS; (81349)
EA
RE
3-38
ABA3E47R51
X1-D
RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITION
RCRD7G102KS, (81349)
EA
REF
3-38
ABA3E47R55
X1-D
RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITION
RCR07G102KS, (81349)
EA
REF
3-38
A8A3E47R138
X1-D
RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITION
RCRO7G222KS, (81349)
EA
2
3-38
A8A3E47R29
X1-D
RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITION
RCR07G222KS, (81349)
EA
REF
3-38
A8A3E47R32
XL-D
RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITION
RCR07G332KS, (81349)
EA
1
3-38
A8A3E47R36
B-75
SECTION II
TM 11-5820-509-35
****REPAIR PARTS FOR DIRECT SUPPORT, GENERAL SUPPORT, AND DEPOT MAINTENANCE (continued)****
(1)
SMR
CODE
(2)
FEDERAL
STOCK
NUMBER
(3)
DESCRIPTION
Reference Number & Mfr. Code
(4)
Usable
on Code
(5)
UNIT
OF
MEAS
QTY
INC
IN
UNIT
(6)
30 DAY DS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(7)
30 DAY GS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(c)
51-100
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(c)
51-100
(8)
1 YR
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
CNTGCY
(9)
DEPOT
MAINT
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
(10)
ILLUSTRATION
(a)
FIG
NO.
(b)
ITEM NO. OR
REFERENCE
DESIGNATION
X1-D
RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITION.
RCR07G472S, (81349)
EA
1
3-38
A8A3E47R142
XI-D
RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITION:
RCRO7G682KS, (e13h9)
EA
1
3-38
A8A3E47R39
X1-D
RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITION.
RCRo7C822KS; (813h9)
EA
3
3-38
A8A3Eh7Rh0
XI-D
RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSTION:
RCRo7c822KS; (81349)
EA
REF
3-38
A8A3E47Rh5
X1-D
RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITION:
RCR07G822KS, (81349)
EA
REF
3-38
A8A3E47R4g
XI-D
RESISTOR, FIXED, CODPOSITION:
RCR07GlO3KS; (813h9)
EA
4
3-38
A8A3Eh7R25
XI-D
RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITION:
RCR07G103KS; (81349)
EA
REF
3-38
A8A3E47Rh4
X1-D
RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITION:
RCR07CG03KS; (81349)
FA
RF
3-38
A8A3E47R48
X1-D
RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITION:
RCR07G103KS, (813h9)
EA
REF
3-38
A8A3E47R56
XI-D
RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITION:
RCR07G123KS; (8134 9)
EA
7
3-38
A8A3E47R31
X1-D
RESISTOR, FIXED, CODPOSITION:
RCR07G123KS; (81349)
EA
REF
3-38
A8A3Eh7R35
X1-D
RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITION.
RCRD7G123KS, (81349)
EA
REF
3-38
A8A3Eh7R52
X1-D
RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITIONRCR07G123KS, (81349)
EA
REF
3-38
A8A3Eh7R53
X1-D
RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITION:
RCR07G123KS; (813h9)
EA
REF
3-38
A8A3E47R136
XI-D
RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITIONRCR07G123KS; (81349)
EA
REF
3-38
A8A3Eb7R137
X1-D
RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITION:
RCR07GI?3KS; (813h9)
EA
REF
3-38
A8A3E47R1
X1-D
RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITIOBRCR07G?21KS; (81349)
EA
2
3-38
A8A3E47R26
X1-D
RESJSTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITION
RCR07G?23XS; (81349)
EA
REF
3-38
A8A3E47R27
X1-D
RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITION:
RCR07C333KS, ('813b9)
EA
2
3-38
A8A3E47Rl40
X1-D
RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITION
RCR07G333KS; (813h9)
EA
REF
3-38
AA3E47Rl45
X1-D
RESISTOR, FIXED, FILM
Rn60D1960F; (81349)
EA
2
3-38
A8A3E47R33
X1-D
RESISTOR, FIXED, FILM.
RN6,D]960F, (81349)
EA
REF
3-38
A8A3E47R38
X1-D
SEMICONDUCTOR DEVICE, DIODE16645; (07688)
EA
2
3-38
A8A3E47CR5
XI-D
SEMICONDUCTOR DEVICE, DIODE
1N6h5, (o7688)
EA
REF
3-38
A8A3E47CR6
X]-D
TRANSISTOR.
2N703, (07688)
EA
7
3-38
A8A3E47Q2
B-76
SECTION II
TM 11-5820-509-35
****REPAIR PARTS FOR DIRECT SUPPORT, GENERAL SUPPORT, AND DEPOT MAINTENANCE (continued)****
(1)
SMR
CODE
(2)
FEDERAL
STOCK
NUMBER
(3)
DESCRIPTION
Reference Number & Mfr. Code
(4)
Usable
on Code
(5)
UNIT
OF
MEAS
QTY
INC
IN
UNIT
(6)
30 DAY DS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(7)
30 DAY GS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(c)
51-100
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(c)
51-100
(8)
1 YR
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
CNTGCY
(9)
DEPOT
MAINT
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
(10)
ILLUSTRATION
(a)
FIG
NO.
(b)
ITEM NO. OR
REFERENCE
DESIGNATION
X1-D
TRANSISTOR:
2N703, (07688)
EA
REF
3-38
ABA3E47QS
X1-D
TRANSISTOR:
2N703, (07688)
EA
REF
3-38
A8A3E47Q6
X1-D
TRANSISTOR
2N703, (07688)
EA
REF
3-38
A8A3E47Q7
X1-D
TRANSISTOR.
2N703; (07688)
EA
REF
3-38
A8A3E47Q8
X1-D
TRANSISTOR:
2N703; (07688)
EA
REF
3-38
ABA3E47Q12
X3-D
TRANSISTOR:
2N703, (07688)
EA
REF
3-38
A8A3E47Q13
X1-D
TRANSISTOR:
MM2181, (04713)
EA
2
3-38
A8A3E47Q3
X1-D
TRANSISTOR:
M1i81, (04713)
EA
REF
3-38
A8A3E4?7Q
3-10
ABA3TBi
P-H-T
5820-981-5877
AMPLIFIER,RADIO FREQUENCY, FIRST: EA
549-6522-003, (13499)
1
P-D
5305-938-4044,
SCREW, MACHINE:
P342-0152-0O, (T7250)
EA
P-D
5305-576-6002
SCREW, MACHINE
P343-o298-ooo; (77250)
P-D
5310-680-5557
*
*
*
*
*
2
*
*
ABA3TBLR2
EA
1
REF
REF
ABA3TBH1
WASHER, SPRING TENSION
31n n075-000, (79807)
EA
1
REF
REF
A8A3TBlH
X1-D
BO ., TERMINAL
549-65.7-o00, (13499)
EA
1
3-22
ABA3TBlEl
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, CERAMIC
CK1 4BX223N, (81349)
EA
2
3-22
AdA31Cb3
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FTXED, CERAXIC
CK14HX22Tl3, (81349)
EA
REF
3-22
A8A3TB1C66
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
DI5F511J3Orv4hCR; (72136)
EA
2
3-22
A8A3rBC61
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
DM15F51IJ300Wv4CR, (72136)
EA
REF
3-22
BA3BlC65
X1-D
RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSTION.
RCRO7C680KS, (81 3)9)
EA
1
3-22
A8A3TB1R3
X1-D
RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITIOR
RCR07GCIOIKS; (81349)
EA
1
3-22
A8A3TBiR6
X1-D
RESIS'TOR, FIXED, COWMOSITIORN
RCR07G102KS; (81349)
EA
1
3-22
*8A3TBliR
X1-D
RESISTOR, FI-.XED, COMPOSITION
RCR07C103KS, (81349)
EA
1
3-22
ABA3TBRI
XI-D
RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITTOR
RCR07G104KS; (81349)
EA
1
3-22
A8A3TB1R2
X1-D
SHIELD, ELECTRON TUBE
T3A361R, (98978)
EA
1
3-22
A8A3TBE2
X1-D
SUPPRESSOR, PARASITIC
F193-1-01, (72656)
EA
1
3-22
A8A3TRIE3
X1-D
TERMIIAI,, LUG
4007-4HT, (77147)
EA
3
ABA3TB1E4
B-77
SECTION II
TM 11-5820-509-35
****REPAIR PARTS FOR DIRECT SUPPORT, GENERAL SUPPORT, AND DEPOT MAINTENANCE (continued)****
(1)
SMR
CODE
(2)
FEDERAL
STOCK
NUMBER
(3)
DESCRIPTION
Reference Number & Mfr. Code
(4)
Usable
on Code
(5)
UNIT
OF
MEAS
QTY
INC
IN
UNIT
(6)
30 DAY DS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(7)
30 DAY GS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(c)
51-100
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(c)
51-100
(8)
1 YR
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
CNTGCY
(9)
DEPOT
MAINT
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
(10)
ILLUSTRATION
(a)
FIG
NO.
(b)
ITEM NO. OR
REFERENCE
DESIGNATION
X1-D
NUT, PLAIN, HEXAGON'
P313-0156-000, (77250)
EA
1
ABA3TB1E4H1
X1-D
SCREW, MACHINE
P343-0285-000, (77250)
EA
1
AA3TB1ELH2
X1-D
WASHER, SPRING TENSION
310-0396-00, (79807)
EA
1
ABA3TB1EhH3
X1-D
TEMWINAL, LUG
4007-4HT, (77147)
EA
REF
X1-D
NUT, PLAIN, HEXAGONP313-O156-000, (T7250)
EA
1
A8A3TB1ES5H
X1-D
SCREW, MACHINE
P343-0285-00, (77250)
EA
1
A8A3TB1E5H2
X1-D
WASHER, SPRING TENSION'
310-0396-00, (79807)
EA
1
A8A3TBlE5H3
X1-D
TERMINAL, LUG
4007-4HT, (77147)
EA
REF
X1-D
NUT, PLAIN, HEXAGON:
P313-O156-ooo, (77250)
EA
1
A8A3TBLE6H1
X1-D
SCREW, MACHINE
P343-0285-000, (77250)
EA
1
A8A3TB1E6H2
X1-D
WASHER, SPRING TENSION.
310-0396-00, (79807)
EA
1
A8A3TB1E6H3
X1-D
TUBE, ELECTRON.
JAN 5907, (81349)
EA
1
A8A3TBlE5
A8A3TB1E6
3-22
EA
*
*
*
*
*
A8A3TBVlV
P-H-T
5820-995-6535
AMPLIFIER, RADIO REQUENCY, SECOND549-6521-003, (13499)
A8A3TB2
P-D
5305-576-6002
SCREW, MACHINEP343-O298-000, (77250)
EA
1
REF
REF
A8A3TB2H1
P-D
5305-938-40bl
SCREW, MACHINE:
P342-0152-000, (77250)
EA
2
REF
REF
A8A3TB2H2
P-D
5310-680-5557
WASHER, SPRING TENSION:
310-0075-000; (79807)
EA
1
REF
REF
A8A3TB2H1
X1-D
BOARD, TERMINAL, SECOND
549-6529-00oo, (13499)
EA
1
3-23
A8A3TB2E1
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, CERAMIC.
DA146; (71590)
EA
2
3-23
A8A3TB2C89
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, CERAMIC
DA146, (71590)
EA
REF
3-23
A8A3TB2C90
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA
CMD5ED270003, (813h9)
EA
1
3-23
A8A3TB2C187
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICADs5F5llJ300WVVCR; (72136)
EA
1
3-23
A8A3TB2C92
X1-D
RELAY, ARMATURE:
310-Lols-100l, (80294)
EA
1
3-23
A8A3TB2K1
X1-D
SCREW, MACHINE
P343-0298-000, (77250)
EA
2
3-23 A8A3TB2K1H1
X1-D
SCREW, MACHINE
P343-0298-000, (77250)
EA
REF
X1-D
WASHER, LOCK.
310-0075-000, (79807)
EA
2
3-23
A8A3TB2K.H2
A8A3TB2K1H3
B-78
SECTION II
TM 11-5820-509-35
****REPAIR PARTS FOR DIRECT SUPPORT, GENERAL SUPPORT, AND DEPOT MAINTENANCE (continued)****
(1)
SMR
CODE
(2)
FEDERAL
STOCK
NUMBER
(3)
DESCRIPTION
Reference Number & Mfr. Code
(4)
Usable
on Code
(5)
UNIT
OF
MEAS
QTY
INC
IN
UNIT
(6)
30 DAY DS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(7)
30 DAY GS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(c)
51-100
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(c)
51-100
(8)
1 YR
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
CNTGCY
(9)
DEPOT
MAINT
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
(10)
ILLUSTRATION
(a)
FIG
NO.
(b)
ITEM NO. OR
REFERENCE
DESIGNATION
X1-D
WASHER, LOCK
310-0075-000
EA
REF
A8A3TB2K1H4
X1-D
RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITION
RCR07G101KS, (81349)
EA
2
3-23
8A3TB2Rll
X1-D
RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITIONRCR07G101KS; (81349)
EA
REF
3-23
A8A3TB2R14
X1-D
RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITION
RCR07G103KS, (81349)
EA
1
3-23
A8A3TB2R9
X1-D
RESISTOR, FIXED, COPOSITION:
RCR07G123KS; (81349)
EA
1
3-23
ABA3TB2R13
X1-D
RESISTOR, FIXED, CONPOSITIONRCR07G10L(S, (81349)
EA
1
3-23
A8A3TB2R10
X1-D
SHIELD, ELECTODN TUBE:
T3A361R; (98978)
EA
1
3-23
A8A3TB2E2
X1-D
SUPPRISSOR, PARASITIC
F1913-1-01, (72656)
EA
1
3-23
A8A3TB2E3
X1-D
TERIINAL, LUG.
4040-2HT, (77147)
EA
4
A8A3TB2E4
X1-D
NUT. PLAIN, HEXAGCN:
MS35649-225, (96906)
EA
1
A8A3TB2E4H1
X1-D
SCREW, MACHINE::
P343-0299-000, (77 250)
EA
1
A8A3TB2E4H2
X1-D
WASHER, SPRINGIC TENSION:
310-0075-000, (79807)
EA
1
AA3TB2E4H3
X1-D
TERMINAL, LUG4040-2HT, (77147)
EA
REF
X1-D
NUT, PLAIN, HEXAOII
MS35649-225, (96906)
EA
1
A8A3TB2E5H1
X1-D
SCREW, MACHINE
P343-0299-000, (77250)
EA
1
A8A3TB2E5H2
X1-D
WASHER, SPRING TNSIOI
310-0075-000, (79807)
EA
1
A8A3TB2E5H3
X1-D
TERMINAL, LUG
40400-2HT; (77147)
EA
REF
X1-D
NUT, PLAIN, HEXAGON
MS35649-225, (96906)
EA
1
A8A3TB2E6H1
X1-D
SCREW, MACHINE'
P343-0299-ooo, (77250)
EA
1
A8A3TB2E6H2
X1-D
WASHER, SPRING TESION'310-0075-000, (79807)
EA
1
A8A3TB2E6H3
X1-D
TERMINAL, LUG
4040-2HT, (77147)
EA
REF
A8A3TB2E7
X1-D
TERMINAL, LUG
4007-4HT, (77147)
EA
1
AATTB2E8
X1-D
NUT, PLAIN, HEXAGON
P313-0156-ooo, (77250)
EA
1
A8A3TB2E8H1
X1-D
SCREW, MACHINE
P343-0285-000, (77250)
EA
1
A8A3TB2E8H2
X1-D
WASHER, SPRING TENSION
310-0396-00, (79807)
EA
1
A8A3TB2E8H3
A8A3TB2E5
A8A3TB2E6
B-79
SECTION II
TM 11-5820-509-35
****REPAIR PARTS FOR DIRECT SUPPORT, GENERAL SUPPORT, AND DEPOT MAINTENANCE (continued)****
(1)
SMR
CODE
(2)
FEDERAL
STOCK
NUMBER
(3)
DESCRIPTION
Reference Number & Mfr. Code
(4)
Usable
on Code
(5)
UNIT
OF
MEAS
QTY
INC
IN
UNIT
(6)
30 DAY DS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(7)
30 DAY GS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(c)
51-100
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(c)
51-100
(8)
1 YR
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
CNTGCY
(9)
DEPOT
MAINT
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
(10)
ILLUSTRATION
(a)
FIG
NO.
3-23
(b)
ITEM NO. OR
REFERENCE
DESIGNATION
X1-D
TUBE, ELECTRON:
7761, (82219)
EA
1
A8A3TB2V2
M-D
ARM, SPRING
549-5869-002, (13499)
EA
2
A8A3MP1
M-D
ARM, SPRING.
549-5869-oo2; (13499)
EA
REF
ASA3MP2
P-D
3110-851-7674
BEARING, BALL, ANNULAR
S6316FRHH3P15L02, (40920)
EA
2
*
*
A8A3MP3
P-D
3110-851-7674
BEARING, BALL, ANULAR.
S6316FRHH3P15L02, (40920)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A3MP4
P-D
5820-977-7651
BELT, SLUG RACK
549-5860-002; (13499)
EA
2
*
*
A8A3MP5
P-D
5820-977-7651
BELT, SLUG RACK.
549-5860-002, (13499)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A3MP6
BUSHING, MACHINE THREAD:
548-7777-oo3, (13499)
EA
2
NUT, PLAIN, HEXAGON:
P334-4120-000; (77250)
EA
1
BUSHING, MACHINE THRAD
548-7777-003; (13499)
EA
REF
NUT, PLAIN, HEXACON.
P334-4120-000, (77250)
EA
1
M-D
BUSHING, SCREW'
548-7783-002; (13499)
EA
1
P-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, CERAMIC
CK15BX104M; (81349)
EA
1
*
*
13-41
A8A3C189
M-D
P-D
5310-275-5147
M-D
P-D
5310-275-5147
A8A3MP7
*
*
ASA3MP7H1
AA3MP8
REF
REF
A8A3MP8H1
A8A3MP9
P-D
5910-080-4020
CAPACITOR, FIXED, CERAMIC.
6s8083; (56289)
EA
3
*
*
3-40
A8A3C115
P-D
5910-080-4020
CAPACITOR, FIXED, CERAMIC
6S8083, (56289)
EA
REF
REF
REF
3-40
A8A3C116
P-D
5910-080-Oo20
CAPACITOR, FIXED, CERAMIC:
6S8083, (56289)
EA
REF
REF
REF
3-40
A8A3C293
P-D
5910-080-1713
CAPACITOR, FIXED, CERAMIC'
DA146, (71590)
EA
4
*
*
3-41
AA3C188
P-D
5910-080-1713
CAPACITOR, FIXED, CERAMIC
DA146, (71590)
EA
REF
REF
REF
3-41
A8A3C289
P-D
5910-080-1713
CAPACITOR, FIXED, CERAMICDA146, (71590)
EA
REF
REF
REF
3-41
A8A3C290
P-D
5910-080-1713
CAPACITOR, FIXED, CERAMIC
DA146, (71590)
EA
REF
REF
REF
3-41
AA3C291
P-D
5910-762-2828
CAPACITOR, FIXED, CERAMIC:
C023B102P223Z; (56289)
EA
2
*
*
3-40
A8A3C17
P-D
5910-762-2828
CAPACITOR, FIXED, CERAIC.
C023B102P223Z, (56289)
EA
REF
REF
REF
3-40
A8A3C292
P-D
5910-649-7756
CAPACITOR, FIXED, GLASS
VC22GY, (73899)
EA
1
*
*
3-40
AA3C344
P-D
5910-765-4415
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA
D1910F511JO; (53021)
EA
1
*
*
3-40
ASA3C118
M-D
5325-960-2410
CHANNEL, PLASTIC
MS21266-1N, (96906)
EA
4
A8A3MP10
B-80
SECTION II
TM 11-5820-509-35
****REPAIR PARTS FOR DIRECT SUPPORT, GENERAL SUPPORT, AND DEPOT MAINTENANCE (continued)****
(1)
SMR
CODE
(2)
FEDERAL
STOCK
NUMBER
(3)
DESCRIPTION
Reference Number & Mfr. Code
(4)
Usable
on Code
(5)
UNIT
OF
MEAS
QTY
INC
IN
UNIT
(6)
30 DAY DS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(7)
30 DAY GS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(c)
51-100
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(c)
51-100
(8)
1 YR
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
CNTGCY
(9)
DEPOT
MAINT
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
(10)
ILLUSTRATION
(a)
FIG
NO.
(b)
ITEM NO. OR
REFERENCE
DESIGNATION
M-D
5325-960-241o
CHANNEL, PLASTIC
M 21266-1l, (96906)
EA
REF
A8A3MP11
M-D
5325-960-2410
CHANNEL, PLASTICMS21266-1N, (96906)
EA
REF
A8A3MP12
M-D
5325-960-2410
CHANEL, PLASTIC
MS21266-1N, (9690 6)
EA
REF
A8A3MP13
CHASSIS, ELECTRICAL EQUIPM'548-7886-00o, (13l99)
EA
1
M-D
A8A3Al
P-D
5935-027-2636
JAC, TIP
69003-1183 BROWN (73680)
EA
1
*
*
3-9
A8A3AlJ1
P-D
5934-432-6501
JAC, TIP
69003-1183 RED (73680)
EA
1
*
*
3-9
ABA3A1J2
P-D
5935-683-7648
JACK, TIP
69003-1183 0RANGE (73680)
EA
1
*
*
3-9
A8A3AlJ3
P-D
5935-683-7649
JACK, TP
69003-1183YELLOW (73680)
EA
1
*
*
3-9
ABA3A1Jh
CLAMP, LOOP-TUIER504-7577-002, (13499)
EA
1
*
*
ASA3Pl12
P-D
P-D
5310-276-1104
NUT, PLAIN, SQUARE.
P334-0o85-000, (77250)
1
*
*
*
A8A3MP12H
P-D
5305-952-1410
SCREW, CAP324-1682-100, (o8664)
EA
1
*
*
ABA3MP12H2
MD
5820-977-7650
CLIP-TAPE
549-5862-002; (13499)
EA
2
P-D
5305-141-4310
SCREW, MACHINE
P347-0021-O00, (77250)
EA
1
M-D
5820-977-7650
CLIP-TAPE
549-5862-002; (13499)
EA
REF
P-D
5305-141-4310
SCREW, MACHIINE
P347-0021-000, (77250)
EA
1
REF
REF
P-D
5950-766-7833
COIL, RADIO FREQUENCY.
240-1994-000, (13499)
EA
1
*
*
P-D
5305-770-2533
SCREW, MACHINE
MS51959-13, (96906)
EA
1
REF
REF
A8A3L98H1
P-D
5310-782-1349
WASHER, LAT
310-0045-000, (79807)
EA
1
REF
REF
A8A3L98H2
P-D
5950-932-2727
COIL, RADIO FREQUENCY
LT10K029, (81349)
EA
2
*
*
3-40
A8A3L120
P-D
5950-932-2727
COIL, RADIO FREQUENCYLT1CK029, (81349)
EA
REF
REF
REF
3-40
ABA3L121
P-D
5950-960-7850
COIL, RADIO FREQUENCY.
548-7797-004, (13499 )
EA
1
*
*
3-41
A8A3L145
P-D
SCREW, MACHINE
P347-0024-ooo, (77250)
EA
3
*
*
A8A3L145H
P-D
SCREW, MACHINE
P347-0024-000, (77250)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A3L145H2
P-D
SCREW, MACHINE
P347-0024-000, (77250)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A3L145H3
COIL, RADIO FREQUENCY.
5L9-5972-002, (13499)
EA
3
*
*
P-D
5950-950-4176
AA3MP13
*
*
A8A3M13H1
A8A3MP14
B-81
A8A3MPi1H1
3-40
3-41
ABA3L98
AA3L1
SECTION II
TM 11-5820-509-35
****REPAIR PARTS FOR DIRECT SUPPORT, GENERAL SUPPORT, AND DEPOT MAINTENANCE (continued)****
(1)
SMR
CODE
(2)
FEDERAL
STOCK
NUMBER
(3)
DESCRIPTION
Reference Number & Mfr. Code
(4)
Usable
on Code
(5)
UNIT
OF
MEAS
QTY
INC
IN
UNIT
(6)
30 DAY DS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(7)
30 DAY GS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(c)
51-100
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(c)
51-100
(8)
1 YR
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
CNTGCY
(9)
DEPOT
MAINT
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
(10)
ILLUSTRATION
(a)
FIG
NO.
(b)
ITEM NO. OR
REFERENCE
DESIGNATION
P-D
5950-950-4176
COIL, RADIO FREQUENCY549-5972-002, (13499)
EA
REF
REF
REF
3-41
A8A3L2
P-D
5950-950-4176
COIL, RADIO FREQUINCY:
519-5972-002; (13499)
EA
REF
REF
REF
3-41
A8A3L3
P-D
5950-044-2428
COIL, RADIO FREQUENCY:
756-3160-003, (13499)
EA
1
*
*
3-1
A8A3L5
P-D
5950-044-2429
COIL, RADIO FREQUENCY:
756-4179-003, (13499)
EA
1
*
*
3-41
A8A3L4
CONNECTOR, RECEPTACLE, ELECTRICAL-
EA
4
REF
REF
3-41
AA3P1
P-D
DAMW2P; (71468)
P-D
5310-685-7739
NUT, PLAIN, CAP
334-0043-000; (21537)
EA
1
*
*
A8A3PH1
P-D
5310-275-0889
NUT, PLAIN, HEXAOON
P313-0132-000, (77250)
EA
1
*
*
A8A3P1H2
P-D
5305-770-2533
SCREW, MACHINE.
MS51959-13, (96906)
EA
1
REF
REF
A8A3P1H3
P-D
5305-763-7822
SCREW, MACHINE:
Ms51959-14; (96906)
EA
1
REF
REF
A8A3P1H4
WASHER, FLAT
310-6325-000, (79807)
EA
1
REF
REF
ABA3P1H5
P-D
P-D
5310-058-2949
WASHER, LOCK
310-0278-000, (70318)
EA
2
*
*
ARA3P1H6
P-D
5310-058-2949
WASHER, LOCK
310-0278-000, (70318)
EA
REF
REF
REF
48A3P1H7
CONNECTOR, RECEPTACLE, ELECTRICAL
EA
REF
REF
REF
P-D
3-41
A8A3P2
DAMTW2P, (71468)
P-D
5310-685-7 739
NUT, PLAIN, CAP
334-0043-000, (21537)
EA
1
REF
REF
A8A3P2H1
P-D
5310-275-0889
NUT, PLAIN, HEXAGONP313-0132-000; (77250)
EA
1
REF
REF
A8A3P2H2
P-D
5305-770-2533
SCREW, MACHINE
MS51959-13, (96906)
EA
2
REF
REF
A8A3P2H3
P-D
5305-770-2533
SCREW, MACHINE
MS51959-13, (96906)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A3P2H4
P-D
5310-058-2949
WASHER, LOCK
310-0278-000, (70318)
EA
1
REF
REF
A8A3P2H5
CONNECTOR, RECEPTACLE, ELECTRICAL.
EA
REF
REF
REF
P-D
3-41
A8A3P3
DAMTW2P, (71468)
P-D
5310-685-7739
NUT, PLAIN, CAP'
33-00oo3-000, (21537)
EA
1
REF
REF
A8A3P3H1
P-D
5310-275-0889
NUT, PLAIN, HEXAGON
P313-0132-000, (77250)
EA
1
REF
REF
A8A3P3H2
P-D
5305-770-2533
SCREW, MACHINE:
MS51959-13, (96906)
EA
2
REF
REF
A8A3P3H 3
P-D
5305-770-2533
SCREW, MACHINE
MS51959-13, (96906)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A3P3H 4
P-D
5310-058-2949
WASHER, LOCK
310-0278-000; (70318)
EA
1
REF
REF
A8A3P3H 5
CONNECTOR, RECEPTACLE, ELECTRIICAL
EA
REF
REF
REF
P-D
DAM7W2P, (71468)
B-82
3-41
A8A3P4
SECTION II
TM 11-5820-509-35
****REPAIR PARTS FOR DIRECT SUPPORT, GENERAL SUPPORT, AND DEPOT MAINTENANCE (continued)****
(1)
SMR
CODE
(2)
FEDERAL
STOCK
NUMBER
(3)
DESCRIPTION
Reference Number & Mfr. Code
(4)
Usable
on Code
(5)
UNIT
OF
MEAS
QTY
INC
IN
UNIT
(6)
30 DAY DS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(7)
30 DAY GS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(c)
51-100
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(c)
51-100
(8)
1 YR
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
CNTGCY
(9)
DEPOT
MAINT
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
(10)
ILLUSTRATION
(a)
FIG
NO.
(b)
ITEM NO. OR
REFERENCE
DESIGNATION
P-D
5310-685-7739
NUT, PLAIN, CAP
334-0043-00o, (21537)
EA
1
REF
REF
A8A3P4H1
P-D
5310-275-0889
NUT, PLAIN, HEXAGON
P313-0132-000, (77250)
EA
1
REF
REF
A8A3P4H2
P-D
5305-770-2533
SCREW, MACHINE
MS519-13, (96906)
EA
2
REF
REF
A8A3P4H3
P-D
5305-770-2533
SCREW, MACHINE
MS51959-13, (96906)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A3P4H4
P-D
5310-058-2949
WASHER LOCK
310-0278-000; (70318)
EA
1
REF
REF
A8A3P4HS
P-D
5935-885-6505
CONTACT, ELECTRICAL
DM53740-5000, (71468)
EA
8
REF
REF
A8A3PlAl
P-D
5935-885-6505
CONTACT, ELECTRICAL
DM53740-5OO, (71468)
EA
REF
REF
REF
AsA3PlA2
P-D
5935-885-6505
CONTACT, ELECTRICAL
DM53740-5000, (71468)
EA
REF
REF
REF
ASA3P2AI
P-D
5935-885-6505
CONTACT, ELECTRICAL.
DM53740-5000, (71468)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A3P2A2
P-D
5935-885-6505
CONTACT, ELECTRICAL
DM53740-5000; (71468)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A3P3A1
P-D
5935-885-6505
CONTACT, ELECTRICAL
DM53740-500ooo, (71468)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A3P3A2
P-D
5935-885-6505
CONTACT, ELECTRICAL.
DM53740-5000; (71468)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A3P4A1
P-D
5935-885-65b5
CONTACT, ELECTRICAL
DM53740-5000; (71468)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A3PlA2
P-D
5950-4501161
CORE, ADJUSTABLE TUNING
57-3540, (78488)
EA
6
*
*
3-9
AsA3E1
P-D
CORE, ADJUSTABLE TUNING
57-3540, (78488)
EA
REF
REF
REF
3-9
AsA3E2
P-D
CORE, ADJUSTABLE TUNING EA
57-3540; (78L88)
REF
REF
REF
REF
3-9
A8A3E3
P-D
CORE, ADJUSTABLE TUNING
57-3540, (78L88)
EA
REF
REF
REF
3-9
AsA3E4
P-D
CORE, ADJUSTABLE TUNING
57-3540, (78488)
EA
REF
REF
REF
3-9
ASA3E5
P-D
CORE, ADJUSTABLE TUNING
57-3540, (78488)
EA
REF
REF
REF
3-9
A8A3E6
M-D
COUPLING HALF ASSERBLY.
549-5881-002; (13499)
EA
1
AsA3A2
M-D
COUPLING HALF, SHAFT
549-5853-002, (13499)
EA
1
AA3A2MP1
M-D
INSERT, FLEXIBLE COOUPLING
553-9786-003, (13499)
EA
1
AsA3A2MP2
M-D
PIN, LOCATING
549-5721 -002, (13499)
EA
1
A8A3A2MP3
M-D
COVER, CIRCUIT BOARD
549-6525-003, (13499)
EA
1
A8A3MP15
SCREW, MACHINE
P347-0090-00,0, (77250)
EA
4
P-D
5305-805-9801
33
B-83
20
ASA3P15H1
SECTION II
TM 11-5820-509-35
****REPAIR PARTS FOR DIRECT SUPPORT, GENERAL SUPPORT, AND DEPOT MAINTENANCE (continued)****
(1)
SMR
CODE
(2)
FEDERAL
STOCK
NUMBER
(3)
DESCRIPTION
Reference Number & Mfr. Code
(4)
Usable
on Code
(5)
UNIT
OF
MEAS
QTY
INC
IN
UNIT
(6)
30 DAY DS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(7)
30 DAY GS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(c)
51-100
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(c)
51-100
(8)
1 YR
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
CNTGCY
(9)
DEPOT
MAINT
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
(10)
ILLUSTRATION
(a)
FIG
NO.
(b)
ITEM NO. OR
REFERENCE
DESIGNATION
P-D
5305-805-9801
SCREW, MACHINEP347-0090-000, (77250)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A3MP15H2
P-D
5305-805-9801
SCREW, .MACHIINE:
P347-0090-000, (77250)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A3MP15H3
P-D
5305-805-9801
SCREW, MACHINE:
P347-0090-DOD; (77250)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A3MP15H4
P-D
5310-685-1971
WASHER, SPRING TENSION
310-0396-00; (79807)
EA
4
REF
REF
A8A3MP15H5
P-D
5310-685-1971
WASHER, SPRIJG TENSION
310-0396-OC, (79807)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A3MP151i6
P-D
5310-685-1971
WASHER, SPRING TENSION310-0396-0000, (79807)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A3P15H7
P-D
5310-685-1971
WASHER, SPRING TENSION:
310-0396-00; (79807)
EA
REP
REF
REF
A8A3MP15H8
P-D
5820-015-1607
FILTER ASSEMBLY, RADIO FREQUENCY
EA
1
*
*
3-41
A8A3A2
756-3172-002; (13499)
P-D
5310-614-3500
NUT, SELF-LOCKI, OIKXAGON:
68-1660-40, (72962)
EA
2
REF
REF
A8A3A2H2
P-D
5305-054-5647
SCREW, MACHIIE:
MS51957-13; (96906)
EA
2
REF
REF
A8A3A2H2
X1-D
CABLE, RADIO FREQUENCY:
RG178TBU; (80058)
EA
1
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, CERAMIC:
2465-008WST0102P; (72982)
EA
3
3-41
A8A3A2C350
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, CERAMIC2465-)0WS5TO102P; (72982)
EA
REF
3-41
A8A3A2C351
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, CERAMIC:
2465-OO8WST0102P, (72982)
EA
REF
3-41
A8A3A2C352
X1-D
PLATE, MOINTING, CAPACITOR.
756-3174-002, (13h99)
EA
1
A8A3A2W1
A8A3A2MPl
P-D
5325-174-5317
GROMMET, RUBBER.
YS35489-4, (96906)
EA
1
REF
REF
A8A3H1
P-D
5325-276-4993
DORET, RUBBER.
905, (75543)
EA
1
*
*
A8A3H2
M-D
HARNESS, WIRING, BRANCHED:
549-583-0000; (13499)
EA
1
A8A3W1
N-D
RARNESS, WIRING, BRACHED:
756-3168-0o5; (13499)
EA
1
A8A3W2
HEATSINK, ELECTRON TUBE
549-6523-oo3; (13499)
EA
1
A8A3E7
P-D
SCREW, SELF-LOCKING:
LP51959-13M, (03038)
EA
4
REF
REF
A8A3E7H1
P-D
SCREW, SELF-LOCKING.
LP51959-134; (03038)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A3E7H2
P-D
SCREW, SELF-LOCKING:
LP51959-13M, (03038)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A3E7H3
P-D
SCREW, SELF-LOCKING'
LP51959-13M; (03038)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A3E7H4
LEAD, ELECTRICAL.
549-6598-002, (13499)
EA
1
*
*
P-D
P-D
5820-960-7844
5995-426-1599
B-84
A8A3A3
SECTION II
TM 11-5820-509-35
****REPAIR PARTS FOR DIRECT SUPPORT, GENERAL SUPPORT, AND DEPOT MAINTENANCE (continued)****
(1)
SMR
CODE
(2)
FEDERAL
STOCK
NUMBER
(3)
DESCRIPTION
Reference Number & Mfr. Code
(4)
Usable
on Code
(5)
UNIT
OF
MEAS
QTY
INC
IN
UNIT
(6)
30 DAY DS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(7)
30 DAY GS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(c)
51-100
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(c)
51-100
(8)
1 YR
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
CNTGCY
(9)
DEPOT
MAINT
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
(10)
ILLUSTRATION
(a)
FIG
NO.
(b)
ITEM NO. OR
REFERENCE
DESIGNATION
P-D
531-275-O889
NUT, PLAIN, HEXAGON:
P313-0132-000, (77250)
EA
2
REF
REF
A8A3A3H2
P-D
5305-051-567
SCREW, MACHINE:
MS51957-13, (96906)
EA
2
REF
REF
A8A3A3H2
P-D
5310-29-0960
WASHER, LOCK:
1704-03; (78189)
EA
2
*
*
X1-D
BRAID, WIRE:
36109; (75818)
EA
1
A8A3A3W1
X1-D
TERMINAL, LUG:
321k2; (0sTT9)
EA
2
A8A3A3E1
X1-D
TERMINAL, LUG:
32442; (00779)
EA
REF
A8A3A3E2
LEAD, ELECTRICAL-GROUND STRIP:
553-9321-002; (13499)
EA
2
*
*
AA3E8
LEAD, ELECTRICAL-GROUND STRIP:
553-9321-002; (13499)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A3E9
MIXER STAGE, FREQUENCY:
549-6000-004; (13199)
EA
1
*
*
P-D
SCREW, SELF-LOCKING:
LP51959-13M; (03038)
EA
4
REF
REF
X1-D
BOARD, PRINTED CIRCUIT:
549-5999-004 ; (13499)
EA
1
3-39
A8A3E48E1
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, CIRCUIT:
20C91A, (56289)
EA
1
3-39
A8A348C179
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, CIRCUIT:
658083; (56289)
EA
4
3-39
A8A3E8,166
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, CERAMIC:
6S8083; (56289)
EA
REF
3-39
A8A3E48C171
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, CERAMIC:
6S8083; (56289)
EA
REF
3-39
A8A3E48C173
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, CERAMIC:
6S8083, (56289)
EA
REF
3-39
A8A3E48C182
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, ELECTROLYTIC.
150DlOX0035A2, (56289)
EA
2
3-39
ASA3E48C175
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, EILCTROLYTIC.
150D10OX0035A2, (56289)
EA
REF
3-39
A8A3ES8C185
X1l-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CMD5ED750co3; (813J9)
EA
2
3-39
A8A3E48C169
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM05ED750O03, (81349)
EA
RKF
3-39
A8A3E48C184
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM05ED820Jo3; (81349)
EA
2
3-39
A8A3E48C162
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CMD5ED820Jo3; (81349)
EA
REF
3-39
A8A3E48C174
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CMD5FD121c03; (81349)
EA
1
3-39
ASA3E48C168·
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM05FD131C03; (813&9)
EA
1
3-39
A8A3E48C168
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CMD5FD151C03, (813&9)
EA
1
3-39
A8A3E48C168
P-D
6150-182-1993
P-D
P-4-T
5820-042-5719
*
* SELECT PER OPERATIONAL EQUIPMENT-
B-85
*
*
A3A3H2
3-9
A8A3E48
A8A3E48H4
SECTION II
TM 11-5820-509-35
****REPAIR PARTS FOR DIRECT SUPPORT, GENERAL SUPPORT, AND DEPOT MAINTENANCE (continued)****
(1)
SMR
CODE
(2)
FEDERAL
STOCK
NUMBER
(3)
DESCRIPTION
Reference Number & Mfr. Code
(4)
Usable
on Code
(5)
UNIT
OF
MEAS
QTY
INC
IN
UNIT
(6)
30 DAY DS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(7)
30 DAY GS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(c)
51-100
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(c)
51-100
(8)
1 YR
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
CNTGCY
(9)
DEPOT
MAINT
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
(10)
ILLUSTRATION
(a)
FIG
NO.
(b)
ITEM NO. OR
REFERENCE
DESIGNATION
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA
CM05FD161GO3, (81349)
EA
1
3-39
A8A3E48C168
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA
CM05FD221GO3; (81349)
EA
3
3-39
ASA3Eh8C167
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICACM05FD221G03, (81349)
EA
REF
3-39
ASA3E48c170
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED,MICA.
CM05FD221GO3, (81349)
EA
REF
3-39
A8A3Eh8ClT2
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
DM15F471J300WV4CR, (72136)
EA
3
3-39
ASA3E48C163
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA'
DM15F471J300WV4CR, (72136)
EA
REF
3-39
ASA3E48c16h
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA.
DK5F471J300WV4CR; (72136)
EA
REF
3-39
ASA3E48cI86
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
DM15F1330F0500WV4 CR, (72136)
EA
1
3-39
AA3E,48c168
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICADM15E141F0500WV4CR, (72136)
EA
1
3-39
A8A3zE8c168 ·
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
DM15E1270F0500WV4CR
EA
1
3-39
ASA3E8C1i68
X1-D
COIL, RADIO FREQUENCY
LT0lK020, (81349)
EA
1
3-39
A8A3E48L101
X1-D
COIL, RADIO FREQUENCYLT1OK029, (81349)
EA
1
3-39
AA03E48L100
XI-D
RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITION
RCR07G560KS; (81349)
EA
1
3-39
ABA3EH8R190
X1-D
DRESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITION
RCR07G121KS, (81349)
EA
2
3-39
A8A3E48R77
X1-D
RESISTOR, FIXED, COWOSITION
RCR07G121KS, (81349)
EA
REF
3-39
A§A3E48R94
X1-D
RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITION:
RCR07CG71KS; (81340)
EA
1
3-39
A8A3E48R58
X1-D
RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITION
RCR07C102KS, (81 349)
EA
3
3-39
ASA3E48R59
X1-D
RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITION
RCR07G102KS, (81349)
EA
REF
3-39
A8A3E48R89
X1-D
RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITION.
RCR07G102KS; (81349)
EA
REF
3-39
A8A3E48R90
X1-D
RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITIODRCR07G222KS, (81349)
EA
1
3-39
ASA3E48R91
X1-D
RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITIONRCR07G272KS, (81349)
EA
1
3-39
A8A3E48R67
X1-D
RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITIONRCR07CG72KS, (81349)
EA
1
3-39
AkA3E48R66
X1-D
RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITION
RCR07G682KS; (81349)
EA
2
3-39
ASA3E48R64
X1-D
RESISTOR, FIXED, COBMPOSITION
RCR07C682KS, (81349)
EA
REF
3-39
A8A3E48R70
* SELECT PER OPERATIONAL EQUIPMENT
B-86
SECTION II
TM 11-5820-509-35
****REPAIR PARTS FOR DIRECT SUPPORT, GENERAL SUPPORT, AND DEPOT MAINTENANCE (continued)****
(1)
SMR
CODE
(2)
FEDERAL
STOCK
NUMBER
(3)
DESCRIPTION
Reference Number & Mfr. Code
(4)
Usable
on Code
(5)
UNIT
OF
MEAS
QTY
INC
IN
UNIT
(6)
30 DAY DS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(7)
30 DAY GS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(c)
51-100
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(c)
51-100
(8)
1 YR
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
CNTGCY
(9)
DEPOT
MAINT
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
(10)
ILLUSTRATION
(a)
FIG
NO.
(b)
ITEM NO. OR
REFERENCE
DESIGNATION
X1-D
RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITION
RCR07G822KS, (81349)
EA
3
3-39
A8A3E48R63
X1-D
RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITION
RCRO7G822KS, (81349)
EA
REF
3-39
ABA3E48R69
X1-D
RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITIONRCR07G822Ks; (81349)
EA
REF
3-39
A8A3E48R87
X1-D
RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITION
RCR07G103KS, (81349)
EA
1
3-39
A8A3E48R97
X1-D
RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITION.
RCR7Gl183XS, (81349)
EA
1
3-39
A8A3E48R92
X1-D
RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITION
RCR07G223KS, (81349)
EA
1
3-39
A8A3E48R93
X1-D
RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITION:
RCR07G333KS, (81349)
EA
3
3-39
A8A3E48R62
X1-D
RESISTOR, FIXED, COWMK)STIONRCR07G333KS, (81349)
EA
REF
3-39
ABA3E48R68
X1-D
RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITIONRCR07G333KS, (81349)
EA
REF
3-39
A8A3E48R72
X1-D
RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITIONRCRO7G473KS; (81349)
EA
2
3-39
A8A3E48R61
X1-D
RESISTOR, FIXED, COMOSITION
RCRO7G473KS; (81349)
EA
REF
3-39
ABA3E48R71
X1-D
RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITIONRCR07G683KS; (81349)
EA
1
3-39
A8A3E48R65
X1-D
RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITION.
RCRO7G474KS, (81349)
EA
4
3-39
A8A3E48R78
X1-D
RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITION.
RCR07G474KS; (81349)
EA
REF
3-39
A8A3E48R79
X1-D
RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITIONRCR7CG474KS; (81349)
EA
REF
3-39
A8A3E48R80
XC-D
RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITION
RCRO7G474Ks; (81349)
EA
REF
3-39
A8A3E48R81
X1-D
RESISTOR, FIXED, FILM
RN60D75ROF, (81349)
EA
2
3-39
A8A3E48RL46
X1-D
RESISTOR, FIXED, FILMRN60DTSROF, (81349)
EA
REF
3-39
A8A3E48RL47
X1-D
RESISTOR, VARIABLE, WIREWOUND224L1-201, (80294)
EA
1
3-39
A8A3E48Rl15
X1-D
NUT, PLAIN, EEXAGON:
MS3569g-225; (96906)
EA
2
3-39
A8A3E48R1501H
X1-D
NUT, PLAIN , HEXAGON
MS35649-225, (96906)
EA
REF
X1-D
SCREW, MACHINE.
NS51957-5, (96906)
EA
2
X1-D
SCREW, MACHINEMS51957-5, (96906)
EA
REF
A8A3E48Rl50oH
X1-D
WASHER, FLAT
310-6320-00, (79807)
EA
2
A8A3E48Rl50H5
X1-D
WASHER, FLAT
310-6320-00, (79807)
EA
REF
A8A3E48R15OH6
A8A3E48Rl5OH2
3-39
B-87
A8A3E48R15oH3
SECTION II
TM 11-5820-509-35
****REPAIR PARTS FOR DIRECT SUPPORT, GENERAL SUPPORT, AND DEPOT MAINTENANCE (continued)****
(1)
SMR
CODE
(2)
FEDERAL
STOCK
NUMBER
(3)
DESCRIPTION
Reference Number & Mfr. Code
(4)
Usable
on Code
UNIT
OF
MEAS
(5)
QTY
INC
IN
UNIT
(6)
30 DAY DS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(7)
30 DAY GS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(c)
51-100
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(c)
51-100
(8)
1 YR
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
CNTGCY
(9)
DEPOT
MAINT
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
(10)
ILLUSTRATION
(a)
FIG
NO.
(b)
ITEM NO. OR
REFERENCE
DESIGNATION
X1-D
RESISTOR, VARIABLE, WIRE WOUND- EA
224L1-503, (80294)
1
3-39
A8A3E48R148
X1-D
NUT, PLAIN, HEXAGON
MS356h9-225, (96906)
EA
2
3-39
A8A3E48R148Hl
X1-D
NUT, PLAIN, HEXAGON
MS35649-225; (96906)
EA
REF
A8A3E48Rl48H2
X1-D
SCREW, MACHINEMS51957-5, (96906)
EA
2
A8A3El8R148H3
X1-D
SCREW, MACHINE
WS51957-5, (96906)
EA
REF
A8A3E48R148H4
X1-D
WASHER, FLAT
310-6320-00, (79807)
EA
2
A8A3E48R148H5
X1-D
WASHER, FLAT
310-6320-00; (79807)
EA
REF
A8A3E48Rih8SH6
X1-D
SEMICOIDUCTOR DEVICE, DIODE
lNB98, (07688)
EA
2
3-39
A8A3E48CR3
X1-D
SEMICONDUCTOR DEVICE, DIODE:
1N198; (07688)
EA
REF
3-39
A8A3E48CR8
X1-D
SEMICONDUCTOR DEVICE, DIODE1N916; (07688)
EA
1
3-39
A8A3E48CR2
X1-D
TRANSFORMER, RADIO FREQUENCY- EA
549-6002-003; (13499)
1
3-39
A8A3E48T1
X1-D
TRANSISTOR.
2N703, (07688)
EA
4
3-39
ABA3E48Q9
X1-D
TRANSISTOR
2N703, (07688)
EA
REF
3-39
A8A3E48Q1Q
X1-D
TRANSISTOR
2N703, (07688)
EA
REF
3-39
A8A3E48Ql4
X1-D
TRANSISTOR:
2703, (07688)
EA
REF
3-39
A8A3E48QI5
X1-D
TRANSISTORMS2181, (04713)
EA
1
3-39
AnA3ES48Qi
P-D
5310-158-5227
NUT, GUIDE.
553-9748-002, (13499)
EA
2
*
*
A8A3MP16
P-D
5305-05h-5638
SCREW, MACHINE
MS51957-4; (96906)
EA
1
*
*
A8A3MP16H1
P-D
3
WASHER, FLAT
10-6320-00, (79807)
EA
1
*
*
A8A3MP16H2
P-D
NUT, GUIDE
553-9748-002, (13499)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A3MP17
SCREW, MACHINEMS51957-4, (96906)
EA
1
REF
REF
A8A3MP17H1
WASHER, FLAT
310-6320-00, (79807)
EA
1
REF
REF
A8A3MP17H2
P-D
5305-054-5638
P-D
P-D
5310-952-1h23
NUT, PLAJN, HEXAGON
P313-0143-000; (77250)
EA
6
*
*
A8A3H3
P-D
5310-952-1423
NUT, PLAIN, HEXAGON
P313-01 b3-000, (77250)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A3H4
P-D
5310-952-1423-
NUT, PLAIN, HEXAGON
P313-0143-000, (77250)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A3H5
B-88
SECTION II
TM 11-5820-509-35
****REPAIR PARTS FOR DIRECT SUPPORT, GENERAL SUPPORT, AND DEPOT MAINTENANCE (continued)****
(1)
SMR
CODE
(2)
FEDERAL
STOCK
NUMBER
(3)
DESCRIPTION
Reference Number & Mfr. Code
(4)
Usable
on Code
(5)
UNIT
OF
MEAS
QTY
INC
IN
UNIT
(6)
30 DAY DS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(7)
30 DAY GS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(c)
51-100
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(c)
51-100
(8)
1 YR
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
CNTGCY
(9)
DEPOT
MAINT
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
(10)
ILLUSTRATION
(a)
FIG
NO.
(b)
ITEM NO. OR
REFERENCE
DESIGNATION
P-D
5310-952-1423
NUT, PLAIN, HEXAGON
P313-014 3-000, (77250)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A3H6
P-D
5310-952-1423
NUT, PLA1N, HEXAGON
P313-0143-000, (77250)
EA
REFF
REF
REF
A8A3H7
P-D
5310-952-1423
NUT, PLAIN, HEXAGON
P313-01L3-000, (77250)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A3H8
P-H-T
5820-960-7852
OSCILLATOR SUBASSEMBLY
5L8-7794-005, (13499)
EA
1
*
*
P-D
5310-622-1724
NUT, SELF-LOCKING, HEXAGON
68-1660-26, (72962)
EA
1
REF
REF
A8A3A4H1
P-D
5305-054-5638
SCREW, MACHINE
MS51957-4, (96906)
EA
1
REF
REF
A8A3A4H1
P-D
5305-059-8228
SCREW, MACHINE
P343-0299-000, (77250)
EA
2
REF
REF
A8A3A4H2
WASHER, FLAT
310-0053-000; (79807)
EA
2
REF
REF
A8A3A4H2
P-D
*
*
*
3-9
A8A3A4
P-D
5310-907-0459
WASHER, FLAT
310-6320-00,
EA
(79807)
1
REF
REF
A8A3A4H1
P-D
5310-818-6245
WASHER, FLAT'
504-0726-003, (13499)
EA
1
*
*
A8A3A4H1
P-D
5310-043-2149
WASHER, FLAT
546-3043-003, (13499)
EA
1
*
*
A8A3A4H1
P-D
5310-680-5557
WASHER, SPRING TENSION
310-oo0075-00, (79807)
EA
1
REF
REF
A8A3ALH1
X1-D
BOARD, PRINTED CIRCUIT548-7799-oo5,
EA
(13499)
1
3-33
A8A3AlE6
X1-D
BOARD, PRINTED CIRCUIT
548-7802-004, (13499)
EA
1
3-34
A8A3A4E7
P-D
5910-2 44-1622
CAPACITOR, FIXED, CERAMIC
TC50-83; (09052)
EA
1
*
*
3-33
A8A3A4C338
P-D
5910-685-9692
CAPACITOR, FIXED, CERAMIC'
CK13BX103M, (81349)
EA
6
REF
REF
3-33
A8A3A4C318
P-D
5910-685-9692
CAPACITOR, FIXED, CERAMIC
CK13BX103M, (81349)
EA
REF
REF
REF
3-33
A8A3A4C319
P-D
5910-685-9692
CAPACITOR, FIXED, CERAMIC
CK13BX103M, (81349)
EA
REF
REF
REF
3-34
A8A3A4C334
P-D
5910-685-9692
CAPACITOR, FIXED, CERAMIC
CK13BX103M, (81349)
EA
REF
REF
REF
3-33
A8A3A4C335
P-D
5910-685 -9692
CAPACITOR, FIXED, CERAMIC
CK13BX103M, (81349)
EA
REF
REF
REF
3-33
A8A3A4C336
P-D
5910-685-9692
CAPACITOR, FIXED, CERAMIC
CK13BX103M, (81349)
EA
REF
REF
REF
3-33
A8A3ALC3h3
P-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, ELECTROLYTIC
150D154XCO35A2, (56289)
EA
2
*
*
3-34
A8A3A4C331
P-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, ELECTROLYTIC
150D154XC035A2, (56289)
EA
REF
REF
REF
3-34
ABA3A4C332
P-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA.
DM15F511G301DOv4CR, (72136)
EA
2
*
*
3-34
A8A3A4C330
P-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
DM15F511CG30WV4CR, (72136)
EA
REF
REF
REF
3-34
A8A3A4C333
B-89
SECTION II
TM 11-5820-509-35
****REPAIR PARTS FOR DIRECT SUPPORT, GENERAL SUPPORT, AND DEPOT MAINTENANCE (continued)****
(1)
SMR
CODE
(2)
FEDERAL
STOCK
NUMBER
(3)
DESCRIPTION
Reference Number & Mfr. Code
(4)
Usable
on Code
(5)
UNIT
OF
MEAS
QTY
INC
IN
UNIT
(6)
30 DAY DS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(7)
30 DAY GS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(c)
51-100
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(c)
51-100
(8)
1 YR
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
CNTGCY
(9)
DEPOT
MAINT
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
(10)
ILLUSTRATION
(a)
FIG
NO.
(b)
ITEM NO. OR
REFERENCE
DESIGNATION
P-D
5910-764-275e
CAPACITOP, FIXED, MICA
CM04ED050D03, (81349)
EA
1
*
*
3-33
A8A3AbC341
P-D
5910-089-7504
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA
CM04ED100D03, (81349)
EA
1
*
*
3-33
A8A3A4C339
P-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA
CM04ED360G03, (81349)
EA
2
*
*
3-34
A8A3A4C329
P-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA
CM04ED360GO3, (81349)
EA
REF
REF
REF
3-33
ABA3A4C345
P-D
5910-891-7266
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA
CM04ED430GO3, (81349)
EA
1
*
*
3-34
A8A3A4C328
P-D
5910-o64-4697
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA
CM04ED470G03, (81349)
EA
1
*
*
3-34
ABA3A4C327
P-D
5910-107-2682
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA'
CM04ED62F0F3; (81349)
EA
2
*
*
3-3
A8A3A4C325
P-D
5910-107-2682
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA
CM04ED620FO3, (81349)
EA
REF
REF
REF
3-34
A8A3A4C326
P-D
5910-960-7298
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA
CK04ED680Fo3; (81349)
EA
1
*
*
3-34
A8A3A4C340
P-D
5910-960-7299
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA
CM04ED820FO3, (81349)
EA
1
*
*
3-34
A&A3A4C324
P-D
5910-829-3372
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA.
CM04FDlllF03, (81349)
EA
1
*
*
3-33
A8A3A4C337
P-D
5910-829-3371
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICACM04FD121F03, (81349)
EA
1
*
*
3-34
A8A3A4C323
P-D
5910-078-2024
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA
CM04FD151F03, (81349)
EA
1
*
*
3-34
A8A3A4C322
P-D
5910-069-0376
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA
CM04FD241F03, (81349)
EA
1
*
*
3-34
A8A3A4C321
P-D
5910-118-7937
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA
CM04FA331F03, (81349)
EA
1
*
*
3-34
A8A3A4C349
P-D
5910-830-4910
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA'
CM04FA361FO3, (81349)
EA
1
*
*
3-34
A8A3A4C320
P-D
5961-960-7835
SEMICONDUCTOR DEVICE, DIODEV499, (01281)
EA
2
*
*
3-3
A8A3A4CR9
P-D
5961-960-7835
SEMICONDUCTOR DEVICE, DIODE'
V499, (01281)
EA
REF
REF
REF
3-34
A8A3A4CR10
COIL ASSEMBLY, RADIO FREQUENCY
5L8-7793-004, (13499)
EA
1
*
*
3-33
A8A3AA1
P-H-T
*
*
*
P-D
5310-622-1724
NUT, SELF-LOCKING, REXAGON.
68-1660-26, (72962)
EA
4
REF
REF
A8A3A4A1H4
P-D
5305-727-8883
SCREW, MACHINE
MS51959-3, (96906)
EA
4
REF
REF
A8A3A4AiH4
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA
DH1OC020DO, (1L655)
EA
5
3-31
A8A3AhA1C305
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA
DMlOCO20DO, (14655)
EA
REF
3-31
A8A3A14AC307 ·
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
DM1OC020DO, (14655)
EA
REF
3-31
A8A3A4AlC309 *
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA
DM10CO20DO, (114655)
EA
REF
3-31
ABA3A4A1C311 *
* SELECT PER OPERATIONAL EQUIPMENT.
B-90
SECTION II
TM 11-5820-509-35
****REPAIR PARTS FOR DIRECT SUPPORT, GENERAL SUPPORT, AND DEPOT MAINTENANCE (continued)****
(1)
SMR
CODE
(2)
FEDERAL
STOCK
NUMBER
(3)
DESCRIPTION
Reference Number & Mfr. Code
(4)
Usable
on Code
(5)
UNIT
OF
MEAS
QTY
INC
IN
UNIT
(6)
30 DAY DS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(7)
30 DAY GS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(c)
51-100
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(c)
51-100
(8)
1 YR
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
CNTGCY
(9)
DEPOT
MAINT
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
(10)
ILLUSTRATION
(a)
FIG
NO.
(b)
ITEM NO. OR
REFERENCE
DESIGNATION
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA
DM10C020DO, (14655)
EA
REF
3-31
A8A3A4AlC313 ·
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA
CM04CD120J03, (81349)
EA
5
3-31
A8A3A4AlC305 ·
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA'
CM04CD120J03, (81349)
EA
REF
3-31
A8A3A4A1C307 .
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA
CM04CD120J03, (81349)
EA
REF
3-31
A8A3A4A1C309 -
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FTXED, MICA
CM04CD120J03, (81349)
EA
REF
3-31
A8A3A4A1C311 ·
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA.
CM04CD120J03, (81349)
EA
REF
3-31
A8A3A4A1C313 I
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA.
CM04CD150J03, (81349)
EA
5
3-31
A8A3A4AlC305 ·
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MCA
CM04CD150J03, (81349)
EA
REF
3-31
A8A3A4AlC307 ·
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA
CM04CD150J03, (81349)
EA
REF
3-31
A8A3A4AlC309 -
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA
CM04CD150J03; (81349)
EA
REF
3-31
A8A3A4AlC311 -
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICACM04CD15W0J3, (81349)
EA
REF
3-31
A8A3A4A1C313 ·
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA
CM04ED220J03, (81349)
EA
5
3-31
A8A3Ah4AC305 ·
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA
CM04ED220J03, (81349)
EA
REF
3-31
A8A3A4AlC307 ·
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM04ED220J03, (81349)
EA
REF
3-31
A8A3A4AlC309 '
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM04ED220JO3, (81349)
EA
REF
3-31
A8A3A4AlC311
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA'
CM04ED220Jo3, (81349)
EA
REF
3-31
A8A3A4AlC313
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA
CM04ED270GO3, (81349)
EA
5
3-31
A8A3A4AlC305 ·
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA
CM04ED270G03, (81349)
EA
REF
3-31
A8A3A4AlC307 *
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA.
CM04ED270Go3, (81349)
EA
REF
3-31
A8A3A4AlC309
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FHXED, MICA
CM04ED270G03, (81349)
EA
REF
3-31
A8A3A4AIC311
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA
CM04ED270GO3, (81349)
EA
REF
3-31
A8A3A4AlC313 ·
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA
CM04ED30OOG3, (81349)
EA
1
3-31
A8A3A4AlC312
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA
CK04ED390G03, (81349)
EA
5
3-31
A8A3A4AlC305 ·
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA
CM04ED390GO3, (81349)
EA
REF
3-31
A8A3A4AlC307 ·
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA
CM04ED390Go3, (81349)
EA
REF
3-31
A8A3A4A1C309 ·
* SELECT PER OPERATIONAL REQUIREMENT
B-91
SECTION II
TM 11-5820-509-35
****REPAIR PARTS FOR DIRECT SUPPORT, GENERAL SUPPORT, AND DEPOT MAINTENANCE (continued)****
(1)
SMR
CODE
(2)
FEDERAL
STOCK
NUMBER
(3)
DESCRIPTION
Reference Number & Mfr. Code
(4)
Usable
on Code
(5)
UNIT
OF
MEAS
QTY
INC
IN
UNIT
(6)
30 DAY DS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(7)
30 DAY GS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(c)
51-100
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(c)
51-100
(8)
1 YR
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
CNTGCY
(9)
DEPOT
MAINT
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
(10)
ILLUSTRATION
(a)
FIG
NO.
(b)
ITEM NO. OR
REFERENCE
DESIGNATION
XI-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CD04ED390G03, (81349)
EA
RE
3-31
A8A3A4AlC311 -
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM04ED390G03; (81349)
EA
REF
3-31
A8A3A4A1C313 *
XI-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM04ED430GO3, (81349)
EA
1
3-31
A8A3AhAlC310
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA.
CM04ED510F03, (81349)
EA
5
3-31
A8A3A4AlC305 ·
XI-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICACM04ED51lF03; (81349)
EA
REF
3-31
A8A3A4AiC307 ·
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA.
CM04ED510F03; (81349)
EA
REF
3-31
A8A3A4AlC309 ·
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA
CM04ED51CF03, (81349)
EA
REF
3-31
A8A3A4AlC311 -
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA.
CM04ED510F03; (81349)
EA
REF
3-31
A8A3A4A1C313 '
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, K[CA'
CM04ED620F03, (81349)
EA
1
3-31
A8A3A4AlC308
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM04FD101F03, (81349)
EA
2
3-31
A8A3A4AlC3O4
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM04FD101F03; (81349)
EA
RF
3-31
A8A3A4AlC306
X1-D
CHANNEL, COIL MDUWTINC548-7789-003, (13499)
EA
1
X1-D
COIL, RADIO FREQUENCY-NO. 1
548-7805-004, (13499)
EA
1
X1-D
NUT, PLAIN, HEXAGON.
334-1290-000; (13499)
EA
1
A8A3A4AlL125H1
X1-D
WASHER, SPRING TENSION
310-0397-00, (79807)
EA
1
A8A3A4AlL125H2
X1-D
COIL, RADIO FREQUENCY-NO. 2:
548-7807-004; (13499)
EA
2
X1-D
NUT, PLAIN, HEXAGON
334-1290-000, (13499)
EA
1
A8A3A4AL126H1
X1-D
WASKER, SPRING TENSION
310-0397-00, (79807)
EA
1
A8A3A4A1L126H2
X1-D
COIL, RADIO FREQUENCY-NO. 2548-7807-004, (13499)
EA
REF
X1-D
NUT, PLAIN, HEXAGON
334-1290-000, (13499)
EA
1
A8A3A4AlL142H2
X1-D
WASHER, SPRING TENSION
310-0397-00; (79807)
EA
1
A8A3A4A1L142Hl
X1-D
COIL, RADIO FREQUENCY-NO. 4:
548-7808-004, (13499)
EA
3
X1-D
NUT, PLAIN, HEXAGON
334-1290-000, (13499)
EA
1
A8A3A4AlL127H1
X1-D
WASHER, SPRING TENSION
310-0397-00, (79807)
EA
1
A8A3A4AlL127H2
X1-D
COIL, RADIO FREQUENCY-NO. 4
548-7808-004, (13499)
EA
REF
A8A3A4ALUP1
3-31
3-31
3-31
3-31
3-31
* SELECT PER OPERATIONAL REQUIPMENT.
B-92
A8A3A4A1L125
A8A3A4AlL126
A8A3A4A1L142
A8A3Al4AL127
A8A3A4A1L133
SECTION II
TM 11-5820-509-35
****REPAIR PARTS FOR DIRECT SUPPORT, GENERAL SUPPORT, AND DEPOT MAINTENANCE (continued)****
(1)
SMR
CODE
(2)
FEDERAL
STOCK
NUMBER
(3)
DESCRIPTION
Reference Number & Mfr. Code
(4)
Usable
on Code
(5)
UNIT
OF
MEAS
QTY
INC
IN
UNIT
(6)
30 DAY DS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(7)
30 DAY GS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(c)
51-100
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(c)
51-100
(8)
1 YR
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
CNTGCY
(9)
DEPOT
MAINT
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
(10)
ILLUSTRATION
(a)
FIG
NO.
(b)
ITEM NO. OR
REFERENCE
DESIGNATION
X1-D
NUT, PLAIN, HEXAGON
334-1290o00; (13499)
EA
1
A8A3A4A1L133H1
X1-D
WASHER, SPRING, TENSION:
310-0397-00; (79807)
EA
1
ABA3AA1L] 332
X1-D
COIL, RADIO, FREQUENCY-NO. 4
548-7808-004; (13499)
EA
REF
X1-D
NUT, PLAIN, HEXAGON:
334-1290-000; (13'99)
EA
1
A8A3A4AL134Hl
X1-D
WASHER, SPRING TENSION:
310-03970; (79807)
EA
1
AA3AhAiL134H2
X1-D
COIL, RADIO FREQUENCY-NO. 5:
548-7809-oo4; (13k99)
EA
1
X1-D
NUT, PLAIN, HEXAGON:
334-129 000; (13499)
EA
1
A8A3A4AILL141l1
X1-D
WASHER, SPRIIG TENSION:
310-0397-00; (79807)
EA
1
A8A3A4AL14LlH2
X1-D
COIL, RADIO, FREQUENCY-NO. 6:
54B-7810-004; (13499)
EA
1
X1-D
NUT, PLAIN, HEXAGON.
334-1290-000; (13h99)
EA
1
A8A3A4A1LL4bOH
X1-D
WASKER, SPRNIG, TENSION:
310-0397-0; (79807 )
EA
1
AA3A4AlL140H2
X1-D
COIL, RADIO FREQUENCY-NO. 7:
548-7811-o; (13499)
EA
1
X1-D
NUT, PLAIN, HEXAGON:
334-1290-000; (13h99)
EA
1
A8A3A4AtL39H1
X1-D
WASHER, SPRING TENSION
310-0397-00; (79&O7)
EA
1
A8A3A4AiL13392
X1-D
COIL, RADIO, FREQUENCY-NO. 8:
548-T812-000, (13499)
EA
1
X1-D
NUT, PLAIN, HEXADON:
334129002; (13499)
EA
1
A8A3A4AlL138H11
X1-D
WASHER, SPRING TENSION:
31-00397-00; (79807)
EA
1
A8A3AI4AL138H2
X1-D
RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITION::
R5CGn332K; (813h9)
EA
3
3-31
A8A3A4AlR175
X1-D
RESISTOR, FIXED. COMPOSITION:
RC05Gsn3, (813h9)
EA
REF
3-31
A8A3A{AKR176
X1-D
RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSTION::
RC050{332, (81349)
EA
REF
3-31
A8A3A4AlR177
X1-D
RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITION:
RC05GG39; (81319)
EA
1
3-31
A8A3A4AiR178
X1-D
RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITION::
RC05G969K; (81349)
EA
1
3-31
AA3AhAR174
X1-D
TERMINAL, LUG:
407-8HT; (77147)
EA
3
X1-D
TERMAL, LUG:
4007-8HT; (77147)
EA
REF
AA3AAIGE2
X1-D
TERMINAL, LUG:
4007-8HT, (77147)
EA
REF
A8A3A4AlE3
3-31
3-31
3-41
3-31
3-31
AA3AhAlL1i34
A:8A3A4AIL41
ABA3A4AiL1L4
A8A3A4AL139
3A4A L138
A8A3A4AlEl1
B-93
SECTION II
TM 11-5820-509-35
****REPAIR PARTS FOR DIRECT SUPPORT, GENERAL SUPPORT, AND DEPOT MAINTENANCE (continued)****
(1)
SMR
CODE
(2)
FEDERAL
STOCK
NUMBER
(3)
DESCRIPTION
Reference Number & Mfr. Code
(4)
Usable
on Code
(5)
UNIT
OF
MEAS
QTY
INC
IN
UNIT
(6)
30 DAY DS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(7)
30 DAY GS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(c)
51-100
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(c)
51-100
(8)
1 YR
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
CNTGCY
(9)
DEPOT
MAINT
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
(10)
ILLUSTRATION
(a)
FIG
NO.
(b)
ITEM NO. OR
REFERENCE
DESIGNATION
X1-D
TERMINAL, LUG
5148-7800-002, (13499)
EA
5
A8A3A4A1E4
X1-D
TERMINAL, LUG
548-7800-002, (13499)
EA
REF
A8A3A4A1E5
X1-D
TERMINAL, LUG548-7800-002, (13499)
EA
REF
A8A3A4A1E6
X1- D
TERMINAL, LUG
548-7800-002, (13499)
EA
REF
A8A3A4AlE7
X1-D
TERMINAL, LUG
548-7800-002, (13499)
EA
REF
A8A3A4A1E8
X1-D
TERMINAL, STUD
AB397-1A, (12615)
EA
4
A8A3A4AlE9
X1-D
WASHER, SPRING TENSION310-0075-00, (79807)
EA
1
A8A3A4AlE9H1
X1-D
TERMINAL, STUD
AB397-IA, (12615)
EA
REF
A8A3AA1E3 O
X1-D
WASHER, SPRING TENSION'
310-0075-00, (79807)
EA
1
X1-D
TERMINAL, STUD
AB397-1A, (12615)
EA
REF
X1-D
WASHER, SPRING TENSION
310-0075-oo, (79807)
EA
1
X1-D
TERMINAL, STUD
AB397-1A, (12615)
EA
REF
X1-D
WASHER, SPRING TENSION
310-0075-00, (79807)
EA
1
COIL ASSEMBLY, RADIO FREQUENCY
548-7795-005, (13499)
EA
1
P-D
NUT, SELF-LOCKING, HEXAGON
68-1660-26, (72962)
EA
P-D
SCREW, MACHINE
MS51959-3, (96906)
X1-D
P-H-T
5950-960-7848
A8A3AlA1ElOH1
ABA3A4AlEll
A8A3A4A1EllH1
A8A3A4AlE12
A8A3A4A1E12H1
*
*
*
4
REF
REF
A8A3A4A2H4
EA
4
REF
REF
A8AB3AA2H4
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA
CM04CDo50DO3, (81349)
EA
5
3-32
A8A3AhA2C299
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA
CM04CDO50Do3, (81349)
EA
REF
3-32
A8A3A4A2C301 *
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA
CM04CDO50Do3, (81349)
EA
REF
3-32
A8A3A4A2C303 *
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICACM04CDo5oDo3, (81349)
EA
REF
3-32
A8A3A4A2C315 '
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICACM04CDO50DO3, (81349)
EA
REF
3-32
A8A3A4A2C317 #
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA
CM04CD150J03, (81349)
EA
6
3-32
A8A3AhA2C299 ^
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA
CM04CD150J03, (81349)
EA
REF
3-32
A8A3A4A2C301 *
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA
CM04CD150J03, (81349)
EA
REF
3-32
A8A3A4A2C303 *
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA
CM04CD150J03, (81349)
EA
REF
3-32
A8A3A4AZC315 *
* SELECT PER OPERATIONAL REQUIREMENT
B-94
*
*
3-33
A8A3A4A2
SECTION II
TM 11-5820-509-35
REPAIR PARTS FOR DIRECT SUPPORT, GENERAL SUPPORT, AND DEPOT MAINTENANCE (Continued)
(1)
SMR
CODE
(2)
FEDERAL
STOCK
NUMBER
(3)
DESCRIPTION
Reference Number & Mfr. Code
(4)
Usable
on Code
(5)
UNIT
OF
MEAS
QTY
INC
IN
UNIT
(6)
30 DAY DS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(7)
30 DAY GS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(c)
51-100
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(c)
51-100
(8)
1 YR
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
CNTGCY
(9)
DEPOT
MAINT
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
(10)
ILLUSTRATION
(a)
FIG
NO.
(b)
ITEM NO. OR
REFERENCE
DESIGNATION
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM04CD150J03, (81349)
EA
REF
3-32
A8A3A4A2C316
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM04CD150J03, (81349)
EA
REF
3-32
A8A3A4A2C317 *
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM04ED200J03, (81349)
EA
6
3-32
A8A3A4A2C299 *
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM04ED200J03, (81349)
EA
REF
3-32
A8A3A4A2C301 *
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM04ED200J03, (81349)
EA
REF
3-32
A8A3A4A2C303 *
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM04ED200J03, (81349)
EA
REF
3-32
A8A3A4A2C314 *
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM04ED200J03, (81349)
EA
REF
3-32
A8A3A4A2C315 *
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM04ED200J03, (81349)
EA
REF
3-32
A8A3A4A2C317 *
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM04ED240J03, (81349)
EA
5
3-32
A8A3A4A2C299 *
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM04ED240J03, (81349)
EA
REF
3-32
A8A3A4A2C301 *
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM04ED240J03, (81349)
EA
REF
3-32
A8A3A4A2C303 *
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM04ED240J03, (81349)
EA
REF
3-32
A8A3A4A2C315 *
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM04ED240J03, (81349)
EA
REF
3-32
A8A3A4A2C317 *
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM04ED270G03, (81349)
EA
5
3-32
A8A3A4A2C299 *
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM04ED270G03, (81349)
EA
REF
3-32
A8A3A4A2C301 *
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM04ED270G03, (81349)
EA
REF
3-32
A8A3A4A2C303 *
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM04ED270G03; (81349)
EA
REF
3-32
A8A3A4A2C315 *
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM04ED270G03; (81349)
EA
REF
3-32
A8A3A4A2C317 *
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM04ED620F03, (81349)
EA
5
3-32
A8A3A4A2C299 *
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM04ED620F03, (81349)
EA
REF
3-32
A8A3A4A2C301 *
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM04ED620F03, (81349)
EA
REF
3-32
A8A3AEA2C303 *
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM04ED620F03, (81349)
EA
REF
3-32
A8A3A4A2C315 *
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM04ED620F03, (813.,9)
EA
REF
3-32
A8A3A4A2C317 *
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM04ED820F03, (81349)
EA
5
3-32
A8A3A4A2C299 *
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM04ED820F03, (81349)
EA
REF
3-32
A8A3A4A2C301 *
*SELECT PER OPERATIONAL REQUIREMENT.
B-95
SECTION II
TM 11-5820-509-35
REPAIR PARTS FOR DIRECT SUPPORT, GENERAL SUPPORT, AND DEPOT MAINTENANCE (Continued)
(1)
SMR
CODE
(2)
FEDERAL
STOCK
NUMBER
(3)
DESCRIPTION
Reference Number & Mfr. Code
(4)
Usable
on Code
(5)
UNIT
OF
MEAS
QTY
INC
IN
UNIT
(6)
30 DAY DS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(7)
30 DAY GS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(c)
51-100
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(c)
51-100
(8)
1 YR
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
CNTGCY
(9)
DEPOT
MAINT
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
(10)
ILLUSTRATION
(a)
FIG
NO.
(b)
ITEM NO. OR
REFERENCE
DESIGNATION
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM04EDB20F03, (81349)
EA
REF
3-32
A8A3A4A2C303 *
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM04ED820F03, (81349)
EA
REF
3-32
A8A3A4A2C315 *
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM04ED820F03; (81349)
EA
REF
3-32
A8A3A4A2C317 *
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM04FD910F03; (81349)
EA
5
3-32
A8A3A4A2C299 *
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM04FD910F03, (81349)
EA
REF
3-32
A8A3A4A2C301 *
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM04FD910F03, (81349)
EA
REF
3-32
A8A3ALA2C303 *
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM04FD910F03, (81349)
EA
REF
3-32
A8A3A4A2C315 *
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM04FD910F03, (81349)
EA
REF
3-32
A8A3A4A2C317 *
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM04FD101F03, (81349)
EA
5
3-32
A8A3A4A2C299 *
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM04FD101F03, (81349)
EA
REF
3-32
A8A3A4A2C301 *
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM04FD101F03, (81349)
EA
REF
3-32
A8A3A4A2C303 *
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM04FD101F03, (81349)
EA
REF
3-32
A8A3A4A2C315 *
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM04FD101F03, (81349)
EA
REF
3-32
A8A3A4A2C317 *
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM04FD111F03, (81349)
EA
5
3-32
A8A3A4A2C299 *
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM04FD111F03, (81349)
EA
REF
3-32
A8A3A4A2C301 *
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM04FD111F03, (81349)
EA
REF
3-32
A8A3A4A2C303 *
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM04FD111F03, (81349)
EA
REF
3-32
A8A3A4A2C315 *
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM04FD111F03, (81349)
EA
REF
3-32
A8A3A4A2C317 *
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM04FD121F0 3, (81349)
EA
1
3-32
A8A3A4A2C302
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM04FD131F03, (81349)
EA
5
3-32
A8A3A4A?C299 *
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM04FD131F03, (81349)
EA
REF
3-32
A8A3A4A2C301 *
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM04FD131F03, (81349)
EA
REF
3-32
A8A3A4A2C303 *
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM04FD131F03, (81349)
EA
REF
3-32
A8A3A4A2C315 *
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM04FD131F03, (81349)
EA
REF
3-32
A8A3A4A2C317 *
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM04FD151F03, (81349)
EA
6
3-32
A8A3A4A2C299 *
* SELECT PER OPERATIONAL REQUIREMENT.
B-96
SECTION II
TM 11-5820-509-35
REPAIR PARTS FOR DIRECT SUPPORT, GENERAL SUPPORT, AND DEPOT MAINTENANCE (Continued)
(1)
SMR
CODE
(2)
FEDERAL
STOCK
NUMBER
(3)
DESCRIPTION
Reference Number & Mfr. Code
(4)
Usable
on Code
(5)
UNIT
OF
MEAS
QTY
INC
IN
UNIT
(6)
30 DAY DS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(7)
30 DAY GS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(c)
51-100
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(c)
51-100
(8)
1 YR
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
CNTGCY
(9)
DEPOT
MAINT
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
(10)
ILLUSTRATION
(a)
FIG
NO.
(b)
ITEM NO. OR
REFERENCE
DESIGNATION
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM04FD151F03, (81349)
EA
REF
3-32
A8A3A4A2C300
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM04FD151F03, (81349)
EA
REF
3-32
A8A3A4A2C301 *
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM04FD151F03, (81349)
EA
REF
3-32
A8A3A4A2C303 *
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM04FD151F03, (81349)
EA
REF
3-32
A8A3A4A2C315 *
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM04FD151F03, (81349)
EA
REF
3-32
A8A3A4A2C317 *
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM04FA361F03, (81349)
EA
1
3-32
A8A3A4A2C298
X1-D
COIL, RADIO FREQUENCY-NO. 1:
548-7805-004, (13499)
EA
1
3-32
A8A3A4A2L144
X1-D
NUT, PLAIN, HEXAGON:
334-1290-000, (13499)
EA
1
A8A3ABA2L144H1
X1-D
WASHER, SPRING TENSION:
310-0397-00, (79807)
EA
1
A8A3A4A2L144H2
X1-D
COIL, RADIO FREQUENCY-NO. 2:
548-7806-000;(13499)
EA
1
X1-D
NUT, PLAIN, HEXAGON:
334-1290-000, (13499)
EA
1
A8A3A4A2L143H1
X1-D
WASHER, SPRING TENSION:
310-0397-00, (79807)
EA
1
A8A3A4A2L143H2
X1-D
COIL, RADIO FREQUENCY-NO. 4:
548-7808-004, (13499)
EA
5
X1-D
NUT, PLAIN, HEXAGON:
334-1290-000, (13499)
EA
1
A8A3A4A2L128H1
X1-D
WASHER, SPRING TENSION:
310-0397-00, (79807)
EA
1
A8A3A4A2L128H2
X1-D
COIL, RADIO FREQUENCY-NO. 4:
548-7808-004 (13499)
EA
REF
X1-D
NUT, PLAIN, HEXAGON:
334-1290-000, (13499)
EA
1
A8A3A4A2L129H1
X1-D
WASHER, SPRING TENSION:
310-0397-00, (79807)
EA
1
A8A3A4A2L129H2
X1-D
COIL, RADIO FREQUENCY-NO. 4:
548-7808-004, (13499)
EA
REF
X1-D
NUT, PLAIN, HEXAGON:
334-1290-000, (13499)
EA
1
A8A3A4A2L130H1
X1-D
WASHER, SPRING TENSION:
310-0397-00, (79807)
EA
1
A8A3A4A2L130H2
X1-D
COIL, RADIO FREQUENCY-NO. 4:
548-7808-004, (13499)
EA
REF
X1-D
NUT, PLAIN, HEXAGON:
334-1290-000, (13499)
EA
1
A8A3A4A2L131H1
X1-D
WASHER, SPRING TENSION:
310-0397-00, (79807)
EA
1
A8A3A4A2L131H2
X1-D
COIL, RADIO FEQUENCY-NO. 4
548-7808-004, (13499)
EA
REF
3-32
3-32
3-32
3-32
3-32
3-32
* SELECT PER OPERATIONAL REQUIREMENT.
B-97
A8A3A4A2L143
A8A3A4A2L128
A8A3A4A2L129
A8A3A4A2L130
A8A3A4A2L131
A8A3A4A2L132
SECTION II
TM 11-5820-509-35
REPAIR PARTS FOR DIRECT SUPPORT, GENERAL SUPPORT, AND DEPOT MAINTENANCE (Continued)
(1)
SMR
CODE
(2)
FEDERAL
STOCK
NUMBER
(3)
DESCRIPTION
Reference Number & Mfr. Code
(4)
Usable
on Code
(5)
UNIT
OF
MEAS
QTY
INC
IN
UNIT
(6)
30 DAY DS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(7)
30 DAY GS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(c)
51-100
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(c)
51-100
(8)
1 YR
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
CNTGCY
(9)
DEPOT
MAINT
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
(10)
ILLUSTRATION
(a)
FIG
NO.
(b)
ITEM NO. OR
REFERENCE
DESIGNATION
X1-D
NUT, PLAIN, HEXAGON:
334-1290-000, (13499)
EA
1
A8A3A4A2L132H1
X1-D
WASHER, SPRING TENSION:
310-0397-00; (79807)
EA
1
A8A3A4A2L132H2
X1-D
COIL, RADIO FREQUENCY-NO. 9:
548-7813-004, (13499)
EA
1
X1-D
NUT, PLAIN, HEXAGON:
334-1290-000, (13499)
EA
1
A8A384A2L137H1
X1-D
WASHER, SPRING TENSION:
310-0397-00, (79807)
EA
1
A8A3A4A2L137H2
X1-D
COIL, RADIO FREQUENCY-NO. 10:
548-7814-004, (13499)
EA
1
X1-D
NUT, PLAIN, HEXAGON:
334-1290-000, (13499)
EA
1
A8A3A4A2L136H1
X1-D
WASHER, SPRING TENSION:
310-0397-00, (79807)
EA
1
A8A3A4A2L136H2
X1-D
COIL, RADIO FREQUENCY-NO. 11:
548-7815-004, (13499)
EA
1
X1-D
NUT, PLAIN, HEXAGON
334-1290-000; (13499)
EA
1
A8A3A4A2L135H1
X1-D
WASHER, SPRING TENSION:
310-0397-00, (79807)
EA
1
A8A3A2L135H2
X1-D
RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITION:
RCR05GF682K; (81349)
EA
2
3-32
A8A3A4A2R173
X1-D
RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITION:
RCR05GF682K, (81349)
EA
REF
3-32
A8A3A4A2R179
X1-D
RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITION:
RC05GF822K, (81349)
EA
1
3-32
A8A3A4A2R172
X1-D
TERMINAL, LUG:
4007-8HT; (77147)
EA
3
A8A3A4A2E1
X1-D
TERMINAL, LUG:
4007-8HT, (77147)
EA
REF
A8A3A4A2E2
X1-D
TERMINAL, LUG:
4007-8HT, (77147)
EA
REF
A8A3A4A2E3
X1-D
TERMNAL, LUG:
548-7800-002; (13499)
EA
5
A8A3A4A2E4
X1-D
TERMINAL, LUG
548-7800-002, (13499)
EA
REF
A8A3A4A2E5
X1-D
TERMINAL, LUG:
548-7800-002, (13499)
EA
REF
A8A3A4A2E6
X1-D
TERMINAL, LUG:
548-7800-002, (13499)
EA
REF
A8A3A4A2E7
X1-D
TERMINAL, LUG:
548-7800-002, (13499)
EA
REF
A8A3A4A2E8
X1-D
TERMINAL, STUD:
AB397-1A, (12615)
EA
4
A8A3A4A2E9
X1-D
WASHER, SPRING TENSION.
310-0075-00, (79807)
EA
1
A8A3A4A2E9H1
X1-D
TERMINAL, STUD
AB397-1A, (12615)
EA
REF
3-32
3-32
3-32
A8A3A4A2L137
A8A3A4A2L136
A8A3A4A2L135
A8A3A4A2E10
B-98
SECTION II
TM 11-5820-509-35
REPAIR PARTS FOR DIRECT SUPPORT, GENERAL SUPPORT, AND DEPOT MAINTENANCE (Continued)
(1)
SMR
CODE
(2)
FEDERAL
STOCK
NUMBER
(3)
DESCRIPTION
Reference Number & Mfr. Code
(4)
Usable
on Code
(5)
UNIT
OF
MEAS
QTY
INC
IN
UNIT
X1-D
WASHER, SPRING TENSION:
310-0075-00, (79807)
EA
1
X1-D
TERMINAL, STUD:
AB397-1A, (12615)
EA
REF
X1-D
WASHER, SPRING TENSION:
310-0075-00, (79807)
EA
1
X1-D
TERMINAL, STUD:
AB397-1A, (12615)
EA
REF
X1-D
WASHER, SPRING TENSION:
310-0075-00, (79807)
EA
1
(6)
30 DAY DS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(7)
30 DAY GS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(c)
51-100
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(c)
51-100
(8)
1 YR
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
CNTGCY
(9)
DEPOT
MAINT
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
(10)
ILLUSTRATION
(a)
FIG
NO.
(b)
ITEM NO. OR
REFERENCE
DESIGNATION
A8A3A4A2E10H1
A8A3A4A2E11
A8A3A4A2E11H1
A8A3A4A2E12
A8A3A4A2E12H1
P-D
5325-174-5317
GROMMET, RUBBER:
MS35489-4, (96906)
EA
2
REF
REF
A8A3A4H1
P-D
5325-174-5317
GROMMET, RUBBER:
MS35489-4, (96906)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A3A4H2
GUIDE, SWITCH-NO. 1:
58-7870-004, (13499)
EA
1
*
*
A8A3A4MP1
P-D
P-D
5305-777-6039
SCREW, MACHINE:
MS51959-12, (96906)
EA
3
*
*
A8A3A4MP1H1
P-D
5305-777- 6039
SCREW, MACHINE:
MS51959-12, (96906)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A3A4MP1H2
P-D
5305-777-6039
SCREW, MACHINE:
MS51959-12, (96906)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A3A4MP1H3
GUIDE, SWITCH-NO. 2:
548-7872-004, (13499)
EA
1
*
*
P-D
A8A3A4MP2
P-D
5305-777-6039
SCREW, MACHINE:
MS51959-12, (96906)
EA
3
REF
REF
A8A3A4MP2H1
P-D
5305-777-6039
SCREW, MACHINE:
MS51959-12, (96960)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A3A4MP2H2
P-D
5305-777-6039
SCREW, MACHINE:
MS51959-12, (96 906)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A3A4MP2H3
P-D
5305-151-2336
SCREW, MACHINE:
P342-0162-000, (77250)
EA
2
*
*
A8A3A4MP2H4
P-D
5305-151-2336
SCREW, MACHINE:
P342-0162-000, (77250)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A3A4MP2H5
P-D
NUT, SLEEVE:
548-7782-002, (13499)
EA
2
*
*
P-D
NUT, SLEEVE:
548-7782-002, (13499)
EA
REF
REF
REF
P-D
RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITION:
RCR07G102KS, (81349)
EA
1
REF
REF
3-33
A7A3A4R161
P-D
RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITION
RCR07G182KS, (81349)
EA
1
*
*
3-33
A8A3A4R171
P-D
RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITION
RCR07G272KS, (81349)
EA
2
REF
REF
3-34
A8A3A4R168
P-D
RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITION
RCR07G272KS, (81349)
EA
REF
REF
REF
3-34
A8A3A4R170
RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITION
RCR07G472KS, (81349)
EA
1
REF
REF
3-33
A8A3A4R159
RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITION
RCR07G562KS, (81349)
EA
1
REF
REF
3-33
A8A3A4R160
P-D
P-D
5905-752-3340
B-99
A8A3A4MP3
A8A3A4P4
SECTION II
TM 11-5820-509-35
REPAIR PARTS FOR DIRECT SUPPORT, GENERAL SUPPORT, AND DEPOT MAINTENANCE (Continued)
(1)
SMR
CODE
(2)
FEDERAL
STOCK
NUMBER
(3)
DESCRIPTION
Reference Number & Mfr. Code
(4)
Usable
on Code
(5)
UNIT
OF
MEAS
QTY
INC
IN
UNIT
(6)
30 DAY DS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(7)
30 DAY GS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(c)
51-100
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(c)
51-100
(8)
1 YR
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
CNTGCY
(9)
DEPOT
MAINT
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
(10)
ILLUSTRATION
(a)
FIG
NO.
(b)
ITEM NO. OR
REFERENCE
DESIGNATION
P-D
RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITION:
RCR07G104KS; (81349 )
EA
4
*
*
3-34
A8A3A4R165
P-D
RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITION:
RCR07G104KS; (81349)
EA
REF
REF
REF
3-34
A8A3A4R166
P-D
RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITION
RCR07G104KS; (81349)
EA
REF
REF
REF
3-34
A8A3A4R167
P-D
RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITION.
RCR07G104KS, (81349)
EA
REF
REF
REF
3-34
A8A3A4R169
P-D
5905-068-1538
RESISTOR, FIXED, FILM:
RW60D2611F, (81349)
EA
1
*
*
3-33
A8A3A4R157
P-D
5905-985-5435
RESISTOR, FIXED, FILM:
RW60D7501F; (81349)
EA
1
*
*
3-34
A8A3A4R164
P-D
5905-892-6578
RESISTOR, FIXED:
RN60D1212F; (81349)
EA
1
*
*
3-34
A8A3A4R163
P-D
5905-761-1905
RESISTOR, FIXED, FILM:
RW60D1332F; (81349)
EA
2
*
*
3-33
A8A3A4R158
P-D
5905-761-1905
RESISTOR, FIXED, FILM:
RW60D1332F; (81349)
EA
REF
REF
REF
3-33
A8A3A4R180
P-D
5905-990-2246
RESISTOR, FIXED, FILM:
RN60D1101F; (81349)
EA
1
*
*
3-33
A8A3A4R156
M-D
SPACER, SLEEVE:
548-7786-003, (13499)
EA
2
A8A3A4MP5
M-D
SPACER, SLEEVE:
548-7786-003; (13499)
EA
REF
A8A3A4MP6
M-D
SPACER, SLEEVE:
548-7787-003; (13499)
EA
2
A8A3A4MP7
M-D
SPACER, SLEEVE:
548-7787-003, (13499)
EA
REF
A8A3A4MP8
M-D
SPACER, SLEEVE:
548-7788-03, (13499)
EA
2
A8A3A4MP9
M-D
SPACER, SLEEVE:
548-7788-003, (13499)
EA
REF
A8A3A4MP10
P-D
5930-960-7842
SWITCH, SECTION ROTARY:
232084FC, (76854)
EA
1
*
*
3-34
A8A3A4S7
P-D
5930-078-1717
SWITCH, SECTION ROTARY:
232085FC; (76854)
EA
1
*
*
3-33
A8A3A4S10
P-D
5930-960-7841
SWITCH, SECTION ROTARY:
232668FC; (76854)
EA
1
*
*
3-33
A8A3AS6
TERMINAL, LUG:
4040-2HT, (77147)
EA
4
REF
REF
A8A3AE1
P-D
P-D
5305-576-6002
SCREW, MACHINE:
P343-0298-000; (77250)
EA
1
REF
REF
A8A3A4E1H1
P-D
5310-680-5557
WASHER, SPRING TENSION:
310-0075-000; (79807)
EA
1
REF
REF
A8A3A4E1H2
TERMINAL, LUG:
4040-2HT, (77147)
EA
REF
REF
RED
A8A3A4E2
P-D
P-D
5305-576-6002
SCREW, MACHINE:
P343-0298-000, (77250)
EA
1
REF
REF
A8A3A4E2H1
P-D
5310-680-5557
WASHER, SPRING TENSION:
310-0075-000; (79807)
EA
1
REF
REF
A8A3A4E2H2
B-100
SECTION II
TM 11-5820-509-35
REPAIR PARTS FOR DIRECT SUPPORT, GENERAL SUPPORT, AND DEPOT MAINTENANCE (Continued)
(1)
SMR
CODE
(2)
FEDERAL
STOCK
NUMBER
P-D
(3)
(4)
(5)
(6)
30 DAY DS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(7)
30 DAY GS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(8)
1 YR
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
CNTGCY
(9)
DEPOT
MAINT
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
UNIT
OF
MEAS
QTY
INC
IN
UNIT
TERMINAL, LUG:
4040-2HT, (77147)
EA
REF
REF
REF
DESCRIPTION
Reference Number & Mfr. Code
Usable
on Code
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(c)
51-100
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(c)
51-100
(10)
ILLUSTRATION
(a)
FIG
NO.
(b)
ITEM NO. OR
REFERENCE
DESIGNATION
A8A3A4E3
P-D
5310-208-7021
NUT, PLAIN, HEXAGON:
P313-0156-000, (77250)
EA
1
*
*
A8A3A4E3H1
P-D
5305-576-6002
SCREW, MACHINE:
P343-0298-000, (77250)
EA
1
REF
REF
A8A3A4E3H2
P-D
5310-680-5557
WASHER, SPRING TENSION:
310-0075-000, (79807)
EA
1
REF
REF
A8A3A4E3H3
TERMINAL, LUG:
4040-2HT, (77147)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A3A4E4
P-D
P-D
5310-208-702 1
NUT, PLAIN, HEXAGON:
P313-0156-000, (77250)
EA
1
REF
REF
A8A3A4E4H1
P-D
5305-576-6002
SCREW, MACHINE
P341-0298-000, (77250)
EA
1
REF
REF
A8A3A4E4H2
P-D
5305-680-5557
WASHER, SPRING TENSION:
310-0075-000, (79807)
EA
1
REF
REF
A8A3A4E4H3
P-D
5961-953-4485
TRANSISTOR:
2N917, (07688)
EA
2
*
*
3-33
A8A3A4Q20
P-D
5961-953-4485
TRANSISTOR:
2N917, (07688)
EA
REF
REF
REF
3-33
A8A3A4Q21
M-D
PAD, RUBBER:
548-7761-002, (13499)
EA
4
A8A3MP18
M-D
PAD, RUBBER:
548-7761-002, (13499)
EA
REF
A8A3MP19
M-D
PAD, RUBBER:
548-7761-002, (13499)
EA
REF
A8A3MP20
M-D
PAD, RUBBER:
548-7761-002; (13499)
EA
REF
A8A3MP21
P-D
5315-847-3735
PIN, SPRING, SELF-LOCKING:
MS16562-190, (96906)
EA
2
*
*
A8A3MP22
P-D
5315-847-3735
PIN, SPRING, SELF-LOCKING:
MS16562-190, (96906)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A3MP23
PLATE ASSEMBLY, TOP:
548-7912-00, (13499)
EA
1
M-D
A8A3MP24
P-D
5305-777-6039
SCREW, MACHINE:
MS51959-12, (96906)
EA
4
REF
REF
A8A3MP24H1
P-D
5305-777-6039
SCREW, MACHINE:
MS51959-12, (96906)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A3MP24H2
P-D
5305-777-6039
SCREW, MACHINE
MS51959-12, (96906)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A3MP243
P-D
5305-777-6039
SCREW, MACHINE
MS51959-12, (96906)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A3MP24H4
P-D
5305-054-5647
SCREW, MACHINE
MS51957-13, (96906)
EA
16
REF
REF
A8A3MP24H5
P-D
5305-054-5647
SCREW, MACHINE:
MS51957-13, (96906)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A3MP24H6
P-D
5305-054-5647
SCREW, MACHINE:
MS51957-13, (96906)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A3MP24H7
P-D
5305-054-5647
SCREW, MACHINE:
MS51957-13, (96906)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A3MP24H8
B-101
SECTION II
TM 11-5820-509-35
REPAIR PARTS FOR DIRECT SUPPORT, GENERAL SUPPORT, AND DEPOT MAINTENANCE (Continued)
(1)
SMR
CODE
(2)
FEDERAL
STOCK
NUMBER
(3)
DESCRIPTION
Reference Number & Mfr. Code
(4)
Usable
on Code
(5)
UNIT
OF
MEAS
QTY
INC
IN
UNIT
(6)
30 DAY DS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(7)
30 DAY GS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(c)
51-100
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(c)
51-100
(8)
1 YR
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
CNTGCY
(9)
DEPOT
MAINT
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
(10)
ILLUSTRATION
(a)
FIG
NO.
(b)
ITEM NO. OR
REFERENCE
DESIGNATION
P-D
5305-054-5647
SCREW, MACHINE:
MS51957-13, (96906)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A3MP24H9
P-D
5305-054-5647
SCREW, MACHINE:
MS51957-13, (96906)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A3MP24H10
P-D
5305-054-5647
SCREW, MACHINE:
MS51957-13; (96906)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A3MP24H11
P-D
5305-054-5647
SCREW, MACHINE:
MS51957-13, (96906)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A3MP24H12
P-D
5305-054-5647
SCREW, MACHINE:
MS51957-13, (96906)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A3MP24H13
P-D
5305-054-5647
SCREW, MACHINE:
MS51957-13, (96906)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A3MP24H14
P-D
5305-054-5647
SCREW, MACHINE:
MS51957-13, (96906)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A3MP24H15
P-D
5305-054-5647
SCREW, MACHINE:
MS51957-13, (96906)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A3MP24H16
P-D
5305-054-5647
SCREW, MACHINE:
MS51957-13, (96906)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A3MP24H17
P-D
5305-054-5647
SCREW, MACHINE:
MS51957-13, (96906)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A3MP24H18
P-D
5305-054-5647
SCREW, MACHINE:
MS51957-13; (96906)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A3MP24H19
P-D
5305-054-5647
SCREW, MACHINE:
MS51957-13; (96906)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A3MP24H20
P-D
WASHER, LOCK:
MS35338-13, (96906)
EA
16
REF
REF
A8A3MP24H21
P-D
WASHER, LOCK:
MS35338-135, (96906)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A3MP24H22
P-D
WASHER, LOCK:
MS35338-135, (96906)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A3MP24H23
P-D
WASHER, LOCK:
MS35338-135, (96906)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A3MP24H24
P-D
WASHER, LOCK:
MS35338-135; (96906)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A3MP24H25
P-D
WASHER, LOCK:
MS35338-135, (96906)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A3MP24H26
P-D
WASHER, LOCK:
MS35338-135, (96906)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A3MP24H27
P-D
WASHER, LOCK:
MS35338-135; (96906)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A3MP24H28
P-D
WASHER, LOCK:
MS35338-135, (96906)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A3MP24H29
P-D
WASHER, LOCK:
MS35338-135, (96906)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A3MP24H30
P-D
WASHER, LOCK:
MS35338-135; (96906)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A3MP24H31
P-D
WASHER, LOCK:
MS35338-135, (96906)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A3MP24H32
P-D
WASHER, LOCK:
MS35338-135, (96906)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A3MP24H33
B-102
SECTION II
TM 11-5820-509-35
REPAIR PARTS FOR DIRECT SUPPORT, GENERAL SUPPORT, AND DEPOT MAINTENANCE (Continued)
(1)
SMR
CODE
(2)
FEDERAL
STOCK
NUMBER
(3)
DESCRIPTION
Reference Number & Mfr. Code
(4)
Usable
on Code
(5)
UNIT
OF
MEAS
QTY
INC
IN
UNIT
(6)
30 DAY DS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(7)
30 DAY GS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(c)
51-100
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(c)
51-100
(8)
1 YR
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
CNTGCY
(9)
DEPOT
MAINT
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
(10)
ILLUSTRATION
(a)
FIG
NO.
(b)
ITEM NO. OR
REFERENCE
DESIGNATION
P-D
WASHER, LOCK:
MS35338-135, (96906)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A3MP24M34
P-D
WASHER, LOCK:
MS35338-135, (96906)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A3MP24H35
P-D
WASHER, LOCK:
MS35338-135, (96906)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A3MP24H36
M-D
PLATE, CONNECTOR:
548-7882-OO4, (13499)
EA
1
P-D
SCREW, SELF-LOCKING:
LP51959-13M, (03038)
EA
23
REF
REF
A8A3MP25H1
P-D
SCREW, SELF-LOCKING:
LP51959-13M, (03038)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A3MP25H2
P-D
SCREW, SELF-LOCKING:
LP51959-13M, (03038)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A3MP25H3
P-D
SCREW, SELF-LOCKING:
LP51959-13M, (03038)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A3MP25H4
P-D
SCREW, SELF-LOCKING:
LP51959-13M, (03038)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A3MP25H5
P-D
SCREW, SELF-LOCKING:
LP51959-13M, (03038)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A3MP25H6
P-D
SCREW, SELF-LOCKING:
LP51959-13M, (03038)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A3MP25H7
P-D
SCREW, SELF-LOCKING:
LP51959-13M, (03038)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A3MP25H8
P-D
SCREW, SELF-LOCKING:
LP51959-13M, (03038)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A3MP25H9
P-D
SCREW, SELF-LOCKING:
LP51959-13M, (03038)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A3MP25H10
P-D
SCREW, SELF-LOCKING:
LP51959-13M, (03038)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A3MP25H11
P-D
SCREW, SELF-LOCKING:
LP51959-13M, (03038)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A3MP25H12
P-D
SCREW, SELF-LOCKING:
LP51959-13M, (03038)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A3MP25H13
P-D
SCREW, SELF-LOCKING:
LP51959-13M, (03038)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A3MP25H15
P-D
SCREW, SELF-LOCKING:
LP51959-13M, (03038)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A3MP25H16
P-D
SCREW, SELF-LOCKING:
LP51959-13M, (03038)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A3MP25H17
P-D
SCREW, SELF-LOCKIING:
LP51959-13M, (03038)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A3MP25H18
P-D
SCREW, SELF-LOCKING:
LP51959-13M, (03038)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A3MP25H19
P-D
SCREW, SELF-LOCKING:
LP51959-13M, (03038)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A3MP25H20
P-D
SCREW, SELF-LOCKING:
LP51959-13M, (03038)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A3MP25H21
A8A3MP25
B-103
SECTION II
TM 11-5820-509-35
REPAIR PARTS FOR DIRECT SUPPORT, GENERAL SUPPORT, AND DEPOT MAINTENANCE (Continued)
(1)
SMR
CODE
(2)
FEDERAL
STOCK
NUMBER
(3)
DESCRIPTION
Reference Number & Mfr. Code
(4)
Usable
on Code
(5)
UNIT
OF
MEAS
QTY
INC
IN
UNIT
(6)
30 DAY DS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(7)
30 DAY GS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(c)
51-100
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(c)
51-100
(8)
1 YR
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
CNTGCY
(9)
DEPOT
MAINT
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
(10)
ILLUSTRATION
(a)
FIG
NO.
(b)
ITEM NO. OR
REFERENCE
DESIGNATION
P-D
SCREW, SELF-LOCKING:
LP51959-13M; (03038)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A3MP25H22
P-D
SCREW, SELF-LOCKING:
LP51959-13M, (03038)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A3MP25H23
M-D
PLATE, ELECTRICAL SHIELD:
549-6601-003, (13h99)
EA
1
A8A3MP26
M-D
PLATE, FRONT PRESSED:
549-5921-003, (13499)
EA
1
A8A3A5
P-D
SCREW, SELF-LOCKING:
LP51959-13M, (03038)
EA
6
REF
REF
A8A3A5H6
M-D
5340-479-9197
INSERT, SCREW THREAD:
MS122119, (96906)
EA
2
A8A3A5MP1
M-D
5340-479-9197
INSERT, SCREW THREAD:
MS122119; (96906)
EA
REF
A8A3A5MP2
M-D
PIN, LOCATING:
549-5878-002; (13499)
EA
1
A8A3A5MP3
M-D
PLATE, FRONT:
549-5952-004; (13499)
EA
1
A8A3A5MP4
M-D
SHAFT, STRAIGHT-ARM:
549-5866-002, (13499)
EA
1
A8A3A5MP5
M-D
PLATE, MOUNTING, COIL:
548-7779-003, (13499)
EA
1
A8A3MP26
P-D
5305-764-2966
SCREW, MACHINE:
MS51959-2, (96906)
EA
3
*
*
A8A3MP26H1
P-D
5305-764-2966
SCREW, MACHINE:
MS51959-2, (96906)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A3MP26H2
P-D
5305-764-2966
SCREW, MACHINE:
MS51959-2, (96906)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A3MP26H3
M-D
PLATE, REAR-PRESSED:
549-5922-003, (13499)
EA
1
P-D
SCREW, SELF-LOCKING:
LP51959-13M, (03038)
EA
6
A8A3A6
REF
REF
A8A3A6H6
M-D
5340-479-9197
INSERT, SCREW THREAD:
MS122119, (96906)
EA
2
A8A3A6MP1
M-D
5340-479-9197
INSERT, SCREW THREAD:
MS122119, (96906)
EA
REF
A8A3A6MP2
PIN, LOCATING:
549-5878-002, (13499)
EA
1
A8A3A6MP3
M-D
P-D
5315-614-3586
PIN, SPRING, TUBULAR, SLOTTED:
MS16562-212, (96906)
EA
2
*
*
A8A3A6MP4
P-D
5315-614-3586
PIN, SPRING, TUBULAR, SLOTTED:
MS16562-212, (96906)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A3A6MP5
PLATE, REAR:
549-5953-004, (13499)
EA
1
A8A3A6MP6
A8A3A6MP7
M-D
M-D
5325-975-7643
SHAFT, STRAIGHT-ARM:
549-5866-002, (13499)
EA
1
P-D
3020-985-3351
PULLEY; FLAT-IDLER:
549-5859-002, (13499)
EA
2
*
*
A8A3MP27
P-D
3020-985-3351
PULLEY, FLAT-IDLER:
549-5859-002, (13499)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A3MP28
B-104
SECTION II
TM 11-5820-509-35
REPAIR PARTS FOR DIRECT SUPPORT, GENERAL SUPPORT, AND DEPOT MAINTENANCE (Continued)
(1)
SMR
CODE
(2)
FEDERAL
STOCK
NUMBER
(3)
DESCRIPTION
Reference Number & Mfr. Code
(4)
Usable
on Code
(5)
UNIT
OF
MEAS
QTY
INC
IN
UNIT
(6)
30 DAY DS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(7)
30 DAY GS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(c)
51-100
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(c)
51-100
(8)
1 YR
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
CNTGCY
(9)
DEPOT
MAINT
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
(10)
ILLUSTRATION
(a)
FIG
NO.
(b)
ITEM NO. OR
REFERENCE
DESIGNATION
M-D
5820-975-7641
RAIL, RACK-LEFT:
549-5865-002, (13499)
EA
1
A8A3MP29
M-D
5820-975-7640
RAIL, RACK-RIGHT:
549-5864-002, (13499)
EA
1
A8A3MP30
P-D
5960-617-5785
RETAINER, ELECTRON TUBE:
541-652 2-002, (13499)
EA
1
A8A3MP31
P-D
5905-825-2360
RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITION:
RCR07G221KS, (81349)
EA
1
REF
REF
3-41
A8A3R181
RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITION:
RCR07G102KS, (81349)
EA
1
REF
REF
3-41
A8A3R88
P-D
P-D
5905-752-3157
RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITION:
RCR07G273KS, (81349)
EA
1
REF
REF
3-40
A8A3R18
P-D
5905-686-4530
RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITION:
RCR07G104KS, (81349)
EA
1
REF
REF
3-40
A8A3R19
P-D
5905-816-8554
RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITION:
RCR07G103KS, (81349)
EA
1
REF
REF
3-40
A8A3R17
P-D
5905-033-9852
RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITION:
RCR32G101KS, (81349)
EA
1
*
*
3-40
A8A3R20
P-D
RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITION:
RC42GF123K, (81349)
EA
2
*
*
3-41
A8A3R82
P-D
RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITION:
RC42GF123K, (81349)
EA
REF
REF
REF
3-41
A8A3R182
P-D
5340-282-1633
RING, RETAINING:
MS16633-1018, (96906)
EA
4
*
*
A8A3H9
P-D
5340-282-1633
RING, RETAINING:
MS16633-1018, (96906)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A3H10
P-D
5340-282-1633
RING, RETAINING:
MS16633-1018, (96906)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A3H11
P-D
5340-282-1633
RING, RETAINING:
MS16633-1018, (96906)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A3H12
P-D
5340-598-1267
RING, RETAINING:
5133-15C, (79136)
EA
6
*
*
A8A3H13
P-D
5340-598-1267
RING, RETAINING:
5133-15C, (79136)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A3H14
P-D
5340-598-1267
RING, RETAINING:
5133-15C, (79136)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A3H15
P-D
5340-598-1267
RING, RETAINING:
8433-15C, (79136)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A3H16
P-D
5340-598-1267
RING, RETAINING:
5133-15C, (79136)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A3H17
P-D
5340-598-1267
RING, RETAINING:
5133-15C, (79136)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A3H18
P-D
5365-200-8530
RING, RETAINING:
5133-15C, (79136)
EA
5
*
*
A8A3H19
P-D
RING, RETAINING:
5101-37MD, (89462)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A3H20
P-D
RING, RETAINING:
5101-37MD, (89462)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A3H21
P-D
RING, RETAINING:
5101-37MD, (89L62)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A3H22
B-105
SECTION II
TM 11-5820-509-35
REPAIR PARTS FOR DIRECT SUPPORT, GENERAL SUPPORT, AND DEPOT MAINTENANCE (Continued)
(1)
SMR
CODE
(2)
FEDERAL
STOCK
NUMBER
(3)
DESCRIPTION
Reference Number & Mfr. Code
(4)
Usable
on Code
(5)
UNIT
OF
MEAS
QTY
INC
IN
UNIT
(6)
30 DAY DS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(7)
30 DAY GS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(c)
51-100
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(c)
51-100
(8)
1 YR
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
CNTGCY
(9)
DEPOT
MAINT
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
P-D
RING, RETAINING:
5101-37MD, (89462)
EA
REF
REF
REF
P-D
SEMICONDUCTOR DEVICE, DIODE:
1N3036A, (07688)
EA
1
*
*
(10)
ILLUSTRATION
(a)
FIG
NO.
(b)
ITEM NO. OR
REFERENCE
DESIGNATION
A8A3H23
3-41
A8A3CR7
M-D
5820-975-7642
SHAFT ASSEMBLY, DRIVE:
549-5870-002, (13499)
EA
1
A8A3A7
P-D
5315-531-9482
PIN, SPRING, TUBULAR, SLOTTED:
MS16562-197, (96906)
EA
2
*
*
A8A3A7MP1
P-D
5315-531-9482
PIN, SPRING, TUBULAR, SLOTTED:
MS16562-197, (96906)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A3A7MP2
P-D
3020-432-1739
PULLEY, FLAT, DRIVE:
549-5861-002; (13499)
EA
2
*
*
A8A3A7MP3
P-D
PULLEY, FLAT, DRIVE:
549-5861-002, (13499)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A3A7MP4
M-D
SHAFT, STRAIGHT-LOWER:
549-5857-002, (13499)
EA
1
A8A3A7MP5
M-D
5315-987-8790
SHAFT, STRAIGHT-UPPER:
549-5858-002, (13499)
EA
1
A8A3A7MP6
M-D
5820-975-7638
SHAFT ASSEMBLY, SWITCH:
549-5887-002, (13499)
EA
1
A8A3A8
M-D
COUPLING, HALF ASSEMBLY-SWITCH: EA
549-5882-002, (13499)
1
A8A3A8A1
M-D
COUPLING, HALF SHAFT-NO. 2:
549-5854-002, (13499)
EA
1
A8A3A8A1MP1
M-D
INSERT, FLEXIBLE COUPLING:
549-5720-002, (13499)
EA
1
A8A3A8A1MP2
M-D
PIN, SHOULDER HEADED:
549-5721-002, (13499)
EA
1
A8A3A8A1MP3
PIN, SPRING, TUBULAR SLOTTED:
MS16562-201, (96906)
EA
1
M-D
SHAFT, STRAIGHT:
549-5846-002, (13499)
EA
1
A8A3A8MP2
M-D
SHIELD, COIL, RIVETED:
756-3173-002, (13499)
EA
1
A8A3E10
P-D
5315-853-0681
*
*
A8A3A8MP1
P-D
5305-054-5647
SCREW, MACHINE:
MS51957-13, (96906)
EA
2
REF
REF
A8A3E10H1
P-D
5305-054-5647
SCREW, MACHINE:
MS51957-13, (96906)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A3E10H2
P-D
WASHER, LOCK:
MS35338-135, (96906)
EA
2
REF
REF
A8A3E10H3
P-D
WASHER, LOCK:
MS35338-135, (96906)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A3E10H4
P-D
SOCKET, ELECTRON TUBE:
59-410-1003; (02660)
EA
1
*
*
3-40
A8A3XV3
P-D
5310-206-7021
NUT, PLAIN, HEXAGON:
P313-0156-000, (77250)
EA
2
REF
REF
A8A3XV3H1
P-D
5310-208-7021
NUT, PLAIN, HEXAGON:
P313-0156-000; (77250)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A3XV3H2
P-D
5305-616-2568
SCREW, MACHINE:
P343-0285-000, (77250)
EA
2
REF
REF
A8A3XV3H3
B-106
SECTION II
TM 11-5820-509-35
REPAIR PARTS FOR DIRECT SUPPORT, GENERAL SUPPORT, AND DEPOT MAINTENANCE (Continued)
(1)
SMR
CODE
(2)
FEDERAL
STOCK
NUMBER
(3)
DESCRIPTION
Reference Number & Mfr. Code
(4)
Usable
on Code
(5)
UNIT
OF
MEAS
QTY
INC
IN
UNIT
(6)
30 DAY DS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(7)
30 DAY GS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(c)
51-100
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(c)
51-100
(8)
1 YR
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
CNTGCY
(9)
DEPOT
MAINT
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
(10)
ILLUSTRATION
(a)
FIG
NO.
(b)
ITEM NO. OR
REFERENCE
DESIGNATION
P-D
5305-616-2568
SCREW, MACHINE:
P33-0285-000, (77250)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A3XV3H4
P-D
5310-685-1971
WASHER, SPRING TENSION:
310-0396-00, (79807)
EA
2
REF
REF
ABA3XV3H5
P-D
5310-685-1971
WASHER, SPRING TENSION:
310-0396-00, (79807)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A3XV3H6
M-D
SPACER, SLEEVE, SLOTTED:
549-5886-002, (13499)
EA
4
A8A3MP32
M-D
SPACER, SLEEVE, SLOTTED:
549-5886 -002, (13499)
EA
REF
A8A3MP33
M-D
SPACER, SLEEVE, SLOTTED:
549-5886-002 (13499)
EA
REF
A8A3MP34
M-D
SPACER, SLEEVE, SLOTTED:
549-5886-002, (13499)
EA
REF
A8A3MP35
M-D
5340-984-7536
SPRING, HELICAL EXTENSION:
549-5868-002, (13499)
EA
2
A8A3MP36
M-D
5340-984-7536
SPRING, HELICAL EXTENSION:
549-5868-002, (13499)
EA
REF
A8A3MP37
M-D
STRIP, SHIELD NO. 1:
756-3175-003; (13499)
EA
1
A8A3E12
M-D
STRIP, SHIELD NO. 2:
756-3176-003, (13499)
EA
1
A8A3E13
M-D
STRIP, SHIELD NO. 3:
756-3177-003; (13499)
EA
1
A8A3E14
P-D
5305-054-5636
SCREW, MACHINE:
MS51957-2, (96906)
EA
2
REF
REF
A8A3E13H1
P-D
5305-054-5636
SCREW, MACHINE:
MS51957-2, (96906)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A3E13H2
P-D
5310-928-2690
WASHER, LOCK:
MS35338-134, (96906)
EA
2
REF
REF
A8A3E13H3
P-D
5310-928-2690
WASHER, LOCK:
MS35338-134, (96906)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A3E13H4
STRIP, SHIELDING, ELECTRICAL:
548-7792-004, (13499)
EA
1
P-D
A8A3E15
P-D
5305-0 54-5636
SCREW, MACHINE:
MS51957-2, (96906)
EA
2
REF
REF
A8A3E15H1
P-D
5305-054-5636
SCREW, MACHINE:
MS51957-2, (96906)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A3E15H2
P-D
5310-928-2690
WASHER, LOCK:
MS35338-134, (96906)
EA
2
REF
REF
A8A3E15H3
P-D
5310-928-2690
WASHER, LOCK:
MS35338-134, (96906)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A3E15H4
P-D
5820-007-9545
TABLE, ADJUSTABLE SLUG:
549-5893-003, (13499)
EA
1
*
*
A8A3MP38
P-D
5305-054-5647
SCREW, MACHINE:
MS51957-13, (96 906)
EA
4
REF
REF
A8A3MP38H1
P-D
5305-054-5647
SCREW, MACHINE:
MS51957-13, (96906)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A3MP38H2
P-D
5305-054-5647
SCREW, MACHINE:
MS51957-13, (96906)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A3MP38H3
B-107
SECTION II
TM 11-5820-509-35
REPAIR PARTS FOR DIRECT SUPPORT, GENERAL SUPPORT, AND DEPOT MAINTENANCE (Continued)
(1)
SMR
CODE
(2)
(4)
(5)
(6)
30 DAY DS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(7)
30 DAY GS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(8)
1 YR
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
CNTGCY
(9)
DEPOT
MAINT
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
(10)
ILLUSTRATION
UNIT
OF
MEAS
QTY
INC
IN
UNIT
SCREW, MACHINE:
MS51957-13, (96906)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A3MP38H4
P-D
WASHER, FLAT-MAIN IDLER:
502-1515-002; (13499)
EA
4
*
*
A8A3MP38H5
P-D
WASHER, FLAT-MAIN IDLER:
502-1515-002; (13499)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A3MP38H6
P-D
WASHER, FLAT-MAIN IDLER:
502-1515-002; (13499)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A3MP38H7
P-D
WASHER, FLAT-MAIN IDLER:
502-1515-002, (13499)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A3MP38H8
P-D
FEDERAL
STOCK
NUMBER
(3)
5305-054-5647
DESCRIPTION
Reference Number & Mfr. Code
Usable
on Code
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(c)
51-100
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(c)
51-100
(a)
FIG
NO.
(b)
ITEM NO. OR
REFERENCE
DESIGNATION
P-D
5340-975-T637
POST, ELECTRICAL MECHANICAL:
549-5709-002; (13499)
EA
1
REF
REF
A8A3E16
P-D
5305-616-2568
SCREW, MACHINE:
P343-0285-000; (77250)
EA
1
REF
REF
A8A3E16H1
P-D
WASHER, SPRING TENSION:
310-0396-00; (79807)
EA
1
REF
REF
A8A3E16H2
P-D
TERMINAL, LUG:
4007-4HT; (77147)
EA
13
A8A3E17
P-D
5310-93h-9740
NUT, PLAIN, HEXAGON:
MS35649-225, (96906)
EA
1
REF
REF
A8A3E17H1
P-D
5305-685-7072
SCREW, MACHINE:
P330-2284-000, (77250)
EA
1
*
*
A8A3E17H2
P-D
5310-680-5557
WASHER, SPRING TENSION:
310-0075-000, (79807)
EA
1
REF
REF
A8A3E17H3
TERMINAL, LUG:
4007-4HT, (77147)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A3E18
P-D
P-D
5310-934-97T0
NUT, PLAIN, HEXAGON:
MS35649-225, (96906)
EA
1
REF
REF
A8A3E18H1
P-D
5305-685-7072
SCREW, MACHINE:
P330-2284-000, (77250)
EA
1
REF
REF
A8A3E18H2
P-D
5310-6 80-5557
WASHER, SPRING TENSION:
310-0075-000, (79807)
EA
1
REF
REF
A8A3E18H3
TERMINAL, LUG:
4007-4HT, (77147)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A3E19
P-D
P-D
5310-934-9740
NUT, PLAIN, HEXAGON:
MS35649-225, (96906)
EA
1
REF
REF
A8A3E19H1
P-D
5305-685-7072
SCREW, MACHINE:
P330-2284-000; (77250)
EA
1
REF
REF
A8A3E19H2
P-D
5310-680-5557
WASHER, SPRING TENSION:
310-0075-000, (79807)
EA
1
REF
REF
A8A3E19H3
TERMINAL, LUG:
4007-4HT, (77147)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A3E20
NUT, PLAIN, HEXAGON:
P313-0156-000, (77250)
EA
1
REF
REF
A8A3E20H1
P-D
SCREW, MACHINE:
P325-0092-000; (77250)
EA
1
P-D
WASHER, SPRING TENSION:
310-0396-00, (79807)
EA
1
REF
REF
A8A3E20H3
P-D
TERMINAL, LUG:
4007-4HT, (77147)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A3E21
P-D
P-D
5310-208-7021
A8A3E20H2
B-108
SECTION II
TM 11-5820-509-35
REPAIR PARTS FOR DIRECT SUPPORT, GENERAL SUPPORT, AND DEPOT MAINTENANCE (Continued)
(1)
SMR
CODE
(2)
FEDERAL
STOCK
NUMBER
(3)
DESCRIPTION
Reference Number & Mfr. Code
(4)
Usable
on Code
(5)
UNIT
OF
MEAS
QTY
INC
IN
UNIT
(6)
30 DAY DS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(7)
30 DAY GS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(c)
51-100
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(c)
51-100
(8)
1 YR
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
CNTGCY
(9)
DEPOT
MAINT
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
(10)
ILLUSTRATION
(a)
FIG
NO.
(b)
ITEM NO. OR
REFERENCE
DESIGNATION
P-D
5310-208-7021
NUT, PLAIN, HEXAGON:
P313-0156-000; (77250)
EA
1
REF
REF
A8A3E21H1
P-D
5305-957-6606
SCREW, MACHINE:
P325-0092-00; (77250)
EA
1
REF
REF
A8A3E21H2
P-D
5310-685-1971
WASHER, SPRING TENSION:
310-0396-00; (79807)
EA
1
REF
REF
ABA3E21H3
P-D
TERMINAL, LUG:
4007-4HT; (77147)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A3E22
P-D
TERMINAL, LUG:
4007-4HT, (77147)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A3E23
P-D
TERMINAL, LUG:
4007-4HT; (77147)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A3E24
P-D
TERMINAL, LUG:
4007-4HT; (77147)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A3E25
P-D
TERMINAL, LUG:
4007-4HT, (77147)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A3E26
P-D
TERMINAL, LUG:
4007-4HT; (77147)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A3E27
P-D
TERMINAL, LUG:
4007-4HT (77147)
EA
REF
REF
REF
ABA3E28
P-D
TEIAL, LUG:
4007-4HT, (77147)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A3E29
P-D
5940-682-2477
TERMINAL, LUG:
MS77068-1, (78189)
EA
7
P-D
5310-208-7021
NUT, PLAIN, HEXAGON:
P313-0156-000, (77250)
EA
1
REF
REF
A8A3E30H1
P-D
5305-206-1270
SCREW, MACHINE:
P343-0284-000; (77250)
EA
1
REF
REF
A8A3E30H2
P-D
5310-685-1971
WASHER, SPRIING TENSION:
310-0396-00; (79807)
EA
1
REF
REF
A8A3E30H3
TERMINAL, LUG:
2104-04-01-2520M, (78189)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A3E31
P-D
A8A3E30
P-D
5310-208-7021
NUT, PLAIN, HEXAGON:
P313-0156-000, (77250)
EA
1
REF
REF
A8A3E31H1
P-D
5305-206-1270
SCREW, MACHINE:
P343-0284-000, (77250)
EA
1
REF
REF
A8A3E31H2
P-D
5310-685-1971
WASHER, SPRING TENSION:
310-0396-00, (79807)
EA
1
REF
REF
A8A3E31H3
TERMINAL, LUG:
2104-04-01-2520N, (78189)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A3E32
P-D
P-D
5310-208-7021
NUT, PLAIN, HEXAGON:
P313-0156-000, (77250)
EA
1
REF
REF
A8A3E32H1
P-D
5305-206-1270
SCREW, MACHINE:
P343-0284-000, (77250)
EA
1
REF
REF
A8A3E32H2
P-D
5310-685-1971
WASHER, SPRING TENSION:
310-0396-00, (79807)
EA
1
REF
REF
A8A3E32H3
TERMINAL, LUG:
2104-04-01-2520N, (78189)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A3E33
NUT, PLAIN, HEXAGON:
P313-0156-000, (77250)
EA
1
REF
REF
A8A3E33H1
P-D
P-D
5310-208-7021
B-109
SECTION II
TM 11-5820-509-35
REPAIR PARTS FOR DIRECT SUPPORT, GENERAL SUPPORT, AND DEPOT MAINTENANCE (Continued)
(1)
SMR
CODE
(2)
FEDERAL
STOCK
NUMBER
(3)
DESCRIPTION
Reference Number & Mfr. Code
(4)
Usable
on Code
(5)
UNIT
OF
MEAS
QTY
INC
IN
UNIT
(6)
30 DAY DS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(7)
30 DAY GS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(c)
51-100
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(c)
51-100
(8)
1 YR
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
CNTGCY
(9)
DEPOT
MAINT
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
(10)
ILLUSTRATION
(a)
FIG
NO.
(b)
ITEM NO. OR
REFERENCE
DESIGNATION
P-D
5305-206-1270
SCREW, MACHINE:
P343-0284-000, (77250)
EA
1
REF
REF
A8A3E33H2
P-D
5310-685-1971
WASHER, SPRING TENSION:
310-0396-00, (79807)
EA
1
REF
REF
A8A3E33H3
TERMINAL, LUG:
2104-04-01-2520N, (78189)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A3E34
P-D
P-D
5310-208-7021
NUT, PLAIN, HEXAGON:
P313-0156-000, (77250)
EA
1
REF
REF
A8A3E34H1
P-D
5305-206-1270
SCREW, MACHINE:
P343-0284-000, (77250)
EA
1
REF
REF
A8A3E34H2
P-D
5310-685-1971
WASHER, SPRING TENSION:
310-0396-00; (79807)
EA
1
REF
REF
A8A3E34H3
TERMINAL, LUG:
2104-04-01-2520N, (78189)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A3E35
P-D
P-D
5310-208-7021
NUT, PLAIN, HEXAGON:
P313-0156-000, (77250)
EA
1
REF
REF
A8A3E35H1
P-D
5305-206-1270
SCREW, MACHINE:
P343-0284-000, (77250)
EA
1
REF
REF
A8A3E35H2
P-D
5310-685-1971
WASHER, SPRING TENSION:
310-0396-00; (79807)
EA
1
REF
REF
A8A3E35H3
TERMINAL, LUG:
2104-04-01-2520N; (78189)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A3E36
P-D
P-D
5310-208-7021
NUT, PLAIN, HEXAGON:
P313-0156-000, (77250)
EA
1
REF
REF
A8A3E36H1
P-D
5305-206- 1270
SCREW, MACHINE:
P343-0284-000, (77250)
EA
1
REF
REF
A8A3E36H2
P-D
5310-685-1971
WASHER, SPRING TENSION:
310-0396-00, (79807)
EA
1
REF
REF
A8A3E36H3
P-D
5940-836-3536
TERMINAL, LUG:
4040-2HDSPL, (77147)
EA
1
REF
REF
A8A3E37
P-D
5310-934-9740
NUT, PLAIN, HEXAGON:
MS35669-225, (77250)
EA
1
REF
REF
A8A3E37H1
P-D
5305-616-1815
SCREW, MACHINE:
P342-0142-000; (77250)
EA
1
WASHER, SPRING, TENSION:
310-0075-00, (7 9807)
EA
1
REF
REF
A8A3E37H3
P-D
A8A3E37H2
P-D
5940-455-7441
TERMINAL, LUG:
040-5HDSPL, (77147)
EA
7
REF
REF
A8A3E38
P-D
5310-208-7021
NUT, PLAIN, HEXAGON:
P313-0156-000; (77250)
EA
2
REF
REF
A8A3E38H1
P-D
5310-208-7021
NUT, PLAIN, HEXAGON:
P313-0156-000; (77250)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A3E38H2
P-D
5305-680-9157
SCREW, MACHINE:
P347-0007-000, (77250)
EA
1
*
*
A8A3E38H3
P-D
5310-685-1971
WASHER, SPRING, TENSION:
310-0396-00, (79807)
EA
2
REF
REF
A8A3E38H4
P-D
5310-685-1971
WASHER, SPRING, TENSION:
310-0396-00, (79807)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A3E38H5
P-D
5940-455-7441
TERMINAL, LUG:
4040-5HDSPL, (77147)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A3E39
B-110
SECTION II
TM 11-5820-509-35
REPAIR PARTS FOR DIRECT SUPPORT, GENERAL SUPPORT, AND DEPOT MAINTENANCE (Continued)
(1)
SMR
CODE
(2)
FEDERAL
STOCK
NUMBER
(3)
DESCRIPTION
Reference Number & Mfr. Code
(4)
Usable
on Code
(5)
UNIT
OF
MEAS
QTY
INC
IN
UNIT
(6)
30 DAY DS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(7)
30 DAY GS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(c)
51-100
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(c)
51-100
(8)
1 YR
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
CNTGCY
(9)
DEPOT
MAINT
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
(10)
ILLUSTRATION
(a)
FIG
NO.
(b)
ITEM NO. OR
REFERENCE
DESIGNATION
P-D
5940-455-7441
TERMINAL, LUG:
4040-5HDSPL, (77147)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A3E40
P-D
5940-455-7441
TERMINAL, LUG:
4040-5HDSPL, (77147)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A3E41
P-D
5940-455-7441
TERMINAL, LUG:
4040-5HDSPL, (77147)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A3E42
P-D
5940-455-7441
TERMINAL, LUG:
4040-5HDSPL, (77147)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A3E43
P-D
5940-455-7441
TERMINAL, LUG:
4040-5HDSPL, (77147)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A3E44
P-D
5940-665-5764
TERMINAL, STUD:
2A1DB15; (92825)
EA
2
5
2
A8A3E45
P-D
5305-054-5646
SCREW, MACHINE:
MS51957-12; (96906)
EA
2
46
30
A8A3E45H1
P-D
5310-933-8118
WASHER, LOCK:
MS35338-135; (96906)
EA
2
REF
REF
A8A3E45H2
P-D
5940-665-5764
TERMIWAL, STUD:
2A1DB15, (92825)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A3E46
P-D
5305-054-5646
SCREW, MACHINE:
MS51957-1 2; (96906)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A3E46H1
WASHER, LOCK
MS35338-135, (96906)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A3E46H2
TER4INAL, STUDRTMT12M, (91663)
EA
1
REF
REF
A8A3E11
SCREW, MACHINE:
P343-0285-000, (77250)
EA
1
REF
REF
A8A3E11H1
REF
REF
A8A3E11H2
P-D
P-D
5940-259-8457
P-D
P-D
5310-685-1971
WASHER, SPRING, TENSION:
310-0396-00, (79807)
EA
1
P-H-S
5820-977-1565
TRANSLATOR SUBASSEMBLY, SWITCH:
549-5959-004; (13499)
EA
1
*
*
*
*
*
3-10
A8A3A9
P-H-T
5820-975-5433
COUPLER, ATTENNA:
549-5924-003, (13499)
EA
1
*
*
*
*
*
3-24
A3A3A9A1
P-D
5305-054-5653
SCREW, MACHINE:
MS51957-19, (96906)
EA
4
REF
REF
X1-D
BOARD, PRINTED CIRCUIT, SWITCH:
761-5006-001, (13499)
EA
1
A8A3A9A1S1
X1-D
CONTACT ASSMBLY, ELCTRICAL:
548-7839-003, (13499)
EA
1
A8A3A9A1S1E1
X1-D
NUT, SELF-LOCKING, HEXAGON:
68-1660-26, (72962)
EA
2
A8A3A9A1S1E1H3
X1-D
NUT, SELF-LOCKING, HEXAGON:
68-1660-26, (72962)
EA
REF
A8A3A9A1S1E1H4
X1-D
SCREW, MACHINE:
MS51959-3, (96906)
EA
2
A8A3A9A1S1E1H1
X1-D
SCREW, MACHINE:
MS51959-3, (96906)
EA
REF
A8A3A9A1S1E1H2
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
C405ED200J03, (81349)
EA
1
3-26
A8A3A9A1C10
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM05ED270G03, (81349)
EA
1
3-26
A8A3A9A1C9
B-111
A8A3A9A1H4
SECTION II
TM 11-5820-509-35
REPAIR PARTS FOR DIRECT SUPPORT, GENERAL SUPPORT, AND DEPOT MAINTENANCE (Continued)
(1)
SMR
CODE
(2)
FEDERAL
STOCK
NUMBER
(3)
DESCRIPTION
Reference Number & Mfr. Code
(4)
Usable
on Code
(5)
UNIT
OF
MEAS
QTY
INC
IN
UNIT
(6)
30 DAY DS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(7)
30 DAY GS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(c)
51-100
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(c)
51-100
(8)
1 YR
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
CNTGCY
(9)
DEPOT
MAINT
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
(10)
ILLUSTRATION
(a)
FIG
NO.
(b)
ITEM NO. OR
REFERENCE
DESIGNATION
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM05ED300G03, (81349)
EA
1
3-26
A8A3A9A1C8
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM05ED330G03, (81349)
EA
1
3-26
A8A3A9A1C7
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM05ED360G03, (81349)
EA
1
3-26
A8A3A9A1C6
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM05ED430G03, (81349)
EA
1
3-26
A8A3A9A1C5
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM05ED510G03; (81349)
EA
1
3-26
A8A3A9A1C4
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM05ED680G03, (81349)
EA
1
3-26
A8A3A9A1C3
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM05FD101G03, (81349)
EA
1
3-26
A8A3A9A1C2
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM05FD151G03; (81349)
EA
1
3-26
A8A3A9A1C1
P-D
NUT, SLEEVE:
549-5850-002, (13499)
EA
4
*
*
A8A3A9MP1
P-D
NUT, SLEEVE:
549-5850-002, (13499)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A3A9MP2
P-D
NUT, SLEEVE:
549-5850-002; (13499)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A3A9MP3
P-D
NUT, SLEEVE:
549-5850-002, (13499)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A3A9MP4
M-D
SPACER, SLEEVE:
549-5851-002, (13499)
EA
4
A8A3A9MP5
M-D
SPACER, SLEEVE:
549-5851-002, (13499)
EA
REF
A8A3A9MP6
M-D
SPACER, SLEEVE:
549-5851-002; (13499)
EA
REF
A8A3A9MP7
M-D
SPACER, SLEEVE:
549-5851-002, (13499)
EA
REF
A8A3A9MP8
TRANSLATOR SUBASSEMBLY, SWITCH:
549-5925-003, (13499)
EA
1
X1-D
BOARD, PRINTED CIRCUIT:
549-5950-004, (13499)
EA
1
X1-D
CONTACT ASSEMBLY, ELECTRICAL:
548-7835-002, (13499)
EA
1
A8A3A9A2S2E1
X1-D
NUT, SELF-LOCKING, HEXAGON:
68-1660-26, (72962)
EA
2
A8A3A9A2S2E1H3
X1-D
NUT, SELF-LOCKING, HEXAGON:
68-1660-26, (72962)
EA
REF
A8A3A9A2S2E1H4
X1-D
SCREW, MACHINE:
MS51959-3, (96906)
EA
2
A8A3A9A2S2E1H1
X1-D
SCREW, MACHINE:
MS51959-3, (96906)
EA
REF
A8A3A9A2S2E1H2
X1-D
CONTACT ASSEMBLY, ELECTRICAL:
548-7839-003, (13499)
EA
1
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, CERAMIC:
CC20CH120J, (81349)
EA
1
P-H-T
5820-975-5415
*
*
*
*
*
3-24
A8A3A9A2
3-27
A8A3A9A2S2
A8A3A9A2S2E2
3-25
B-112
A8A3A9A2C32
SECTION II
TM 11-5820-509-35
REPAIR PARTS FOR DIRECT SUPPORT, GENERAL SUPPORT, AND DEPOT MAINTENANCE (Continued)
(1)
SMR
CODE
(2)
FEDERAL
STOCK
NUMBER
(3)
DESCRIPTION
Reference Number & Mfr. Code
(4)
Usable
on Code
(5)
UNIT
OF
MEAS
QTY
INC
IN
UNIT
(6)
30 DAY DS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(7)
30 DAY GS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(c)
51-100
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(c)
51-100
(8)
1 YR
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
CNTGCY
(9)
DEPOT
MAINT
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
(10)
ILLUSTRATION
(a)
FIG
NO.
(b)
ITEM NO. OR
REFERENCE
DESIGNATION
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, CERAMIC:
CC20CH180J, (81349)
EA
1
3-25
A8A3A9A2C31
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, CERAMIC:
CC30UJ680F, (81349)
EA
1
3-25
A8A3A9A2C28
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, CERAMIC:
CC30UJ750F, (81349)
EA
1
3-25
A8A3A9A2C30
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, CERAMIC:
301-626C0J0309D; (72982)
EA
2
3-25
A8A3A9A2C39
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, CERAMIC:
301-626C0J0309D, (72982)
EA
REF
3-25
A8A3A9A2C40
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, CERAMIC:
301-626C0H0409D, (72982)
EA
2
3-24
A8A3A9A2C37
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, CERAMIC:
301-626C0H0409D, (72982)
EA
REF
3-24
A8A3A9A2C38
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, CERAMIC:
301-626C0H0509F; (72982)
EA
1
3-24
A8A3A9A2C39
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, CERAMIC:
301-626C0H0609F, (72982)
EA
1
3-24
A8A3A9A2C35
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, CERAMIC:
301-626C0H0709F, (72982)
EA
1
3-24
A8A3A9A2C34
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED,.CERAMIC:
301-626C0H0909F, (72982)
EA
1
3-25
A8A3A9A2C33
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM05ED300G03; (81349)
EA
3
3-24
A8A3A9A2C22
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM05ED300G03; (81349)
EA
REF
3-24
A8A3A9A2C24
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM05ED300C03, (81349)
EA
REF
3-24
A8A3A9A2C26
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM05ED560G03, (81349)
EA
1
3-25
A8A3A9A2C27
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM05ED820G03; (81349)
EA
1
3-25
A8A3A9A2C29
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:.
DM15E271F0300WV4CR, (72136)
EA
1
3-25
A8A3A9A2C12
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
DM15E301F0300WV4CR, (72136)
EA
1
3-25
A8A3A9A2C13
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
DM15E471F0300WV4CR; (72136)
EA
1
3-25
A8A3A9A2C11
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
DM15E251F0500WV4CR; (72136)
EA
1
3-25
A8A3A9A2C15
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
DM15E101F0300WV4CR, (72136)
EA
2
3-24
A8A3A9A2C18
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
DM15E101F0300WV4CR; (72136)
EA
REF
3-24
A8A3A9A2C19
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
DM15E1110F0300WV4CR, (72136)
EA
1
3-25
A8A3A9A2C16
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
DM15E1210F0300WV4CR, (72136)
EA
3
3-24
A8A3A9A2C20
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
DM15E1210F0300 WV4CR, (72136)
EA
REF
3-24
A8A3A9A2C23
B-113
SECTION II
TM 11-5820-509-35
REPAIR PARTS FOR DIRECT SUPPORT, GENERAL SUPPORT, AND DEPOT MAINTENANCE (Continued)
(1)
SMR
CODE
(2)
FEDERAL
STOCK
NUMBER
(3)
DESCRIPTION
Reference Number & Mfr. Code
(4)
Usable
on Code
(5)
UNIT
OF
MEAS
QTY
INC
IN
UNIT
(6)
30 DAY DS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(7)
30 DAY GS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(c)
51-100
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(c)
51-100
(8)
1 YR
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
CNTGCY
(9)
DEPOT
MAINT
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
(10)
ILLUSTRATION
(a)
FIG
NO.
(b)
ITEM NO. OR
REFERENCE
DESIGNATION
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
DM15E1210F0300WV4CR, (72136)
EA
REF
3-24
A8A3A9A2C25
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
DM15E1510F0300WV4CR, (72136)
EA
2
3-24
A8A3A9A2C17
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
DM15E1510F0300WV4CR, (72136)
EA
REF
3-24
A8A3A9A2C21
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
DM15E1650F0300WV4CR, (72136)
EA
1
3-25
A8A3A9A2C14
X1-D
COIL ASSEMBLY, RADIO FREQUENCY: EA
549-5889-003, (13 499)
1
3-25
A8A3A9A2E2
X1-D
COIL ASSEMBLY, RADIO FREQUENCY: EA
549-5890-003, (13499)
1
3-24
A8A3A9A2E1
X1-D
COIL, RADIO FREQUENCY-NO. 1:
549-5931-003, (13499)
EA
1
3-27
A8A3A9A2L17
X1-D
COIL, RADIO FREQUENCY-NO. 3:
549-5933-003, (13499)
EA
1
3-27
A8A3A9A2L18
X1-D
COIL, RADIO FREQUENCY-NO. 5:
549-5935-003, (13499)
EA
1
3-27
A8A3A9A2L19
X1-D
COIL, RADIO FREQUENCY-NO. 6:
549-5936-003; (13499)
EA
1
3-27
A8A3A9A2L20
X1-D
COIL, RADIO FREQUENCY-NO. 7:
549-5937-003, (13499)
EA
1
3-27
A8A3A9A2L21
3-24
A8A3A9A3
P-H-S
5820-975-5416
TRANSLATOR SUBASSEMBLY, SWITCH:
549-5926-003, (13499)
EA
1
*
*
*
*
*
P-D
5305-054-5647
SCREW, MACHINE:
MS51957-13; (96906)
EA
4
REF
REF
X1-D
BOARD, PRINTED CIRCUIT, SWITCH:
549-5950-004, (13499)
EA
1
A8A3A9A3S3
X1-D
CONTACT ASSEMBLY, ELECTRICAL:
548-7835-003, (13499)
EA
1
A8A3A9A3S3E1
X1-D
NUT, SELF-LOCKING, HEXAGON:
68-1660-26, (72962)
EA
2
A8A3A9A3S3E1H1
X1-D
NUT, SELF-LOCKING, HEXAGON:
68-1660-26, (72962)
EA
REF
A8A3A9A3S3E1H2
X1-D
SCREW, MACHINE:
MS51959-3, (96906)
EA
2
A8A3A9A3S3E1H3
X1-D
SCREW, MACHINE:
MS51959-3, (96906)
EA
REF
A8A3A9A3S3E1H4
X1-D
CONTACY ASSEMBLY, ELECTRICAL:
548-7839-003, (13499)
EA
1
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, CERAMIC:
CC20UJ510F, (81349)
EA
1
3-28
A8A3A9A3C6C
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, CERAMIC:
CC30UJ680F, (81349)
EA
1
3-28
A8A3A9A3C58
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM05ED270C03, (81349)
EA
1
3-28
A8A3A9A3C56
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM05ED330G03, (81349)
EA
1
3-28
A8A3A9A3C54
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CMD5ED60G03, (81349)
EA
1
3-28
A8A3A9A3C44
A8A3A9A3H4
A8A3A9A3S3E2
B-114
SECTION II
TM 11-5820-509-35
REPAIR PARTS FOR DIRECT SUPPORT, GENERAL SUPPORT, AND DEPOT MAINTENANCE (Continued)
(1)
SMR
CODE
(2)
FEDERAL
STOCK
NUMBER
(3)
DESCRIPTION
Reference Number & Mfr. Code
(4)
Usable
on Code
(5)
UNIT
OF
MEAS
QTY
INC
IN
UNIT
(6)
30 DAY DS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(7)
30 DAY GS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(c)
51-100
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(c)
51-100
(8)
1 YR
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
CNTGCY
(9)
DEPOT
MAINT
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
(10)
ILLUSTRATION
(a)
FIG
NO.
(b)
ITEM NO. OR
REFERENCE
DESIGNATION
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM05ED620G03, (81349)
EA
1
3-28
A8A3A9A3C48
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM05ED680G03, (81349)
EA
3
3-28
A8A3A9A3C50
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM05ED680G03; (81349)
EA
REF
3-28
A8A3A9A3C52
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM05ED680G03, (81349)
EA
REF
3-28
A8A3A9A3C57
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM05ED750G03, (81349)
EA
1
3-28
A8A3A9A3C46
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM05ED820G03; (81349)
EA
1
3-28
A8A3A9A3C59
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
DM15E511F0300WV4CR, (72136)
EA
1
3-28
A8A3A9A3C41
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
DM15E271F0300WV4CR, (72136)
EA
2
3-28
A8A3A9A3C42
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
DM15E271F0300WV4CR, (72136)
EA
REF
3-28
A8A3A9A3C45
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
DM15E471F0300WV4CR, (72136)
EA
1
3-28
A8A3A9A3C43
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
DM15E1330F0500WV4CR, (72136)
EA
1
3-28
A89AA9A3C49
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
DM15E191F0500WV4CR; (72136)
EA
1
3-28
A8A3A9A3C47
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
DM15E101F0300FWV4CR, (72136)
EA
1
3-28
A8A3A9A3C51
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
DM151110F0300WV4CR, (72136)
EA
2
3-28
A8A3A9A3C53
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
DM15E1110F0300WV4CR, (72136)
EA
REF
3-28
A8A3A9A3C55
X1-D
COIL ASSEMBLY, RADIO FREQUENCY: EA
549-5889-003; (13499)
1
3-28
A8A3A9A3E4
X1-D
COIL ASSEMBLY, RADIO FREUENCY:
549-5890-003, (13499)
EA
1
3-28
A8A3A9A3E3
X1-D
COIL, RADIO FREQUENCY-NO. 1:
549-5931-003; (13499)
EA
1
3-28
A8A3A9A3E32
X1-D
COIL, RADIO FREQUENCY-NO. 3:
549-5933-003; (13499)
EA
1
3-28
A8A3A9A3E33
X1-D
COIL, RADIO FREQUENCY-NO. 5:
549-5935-00 3, (13499)
EA
1
3-28
A8A3A9A3E34
X1-D
COIL, RADIO FREQUENCY-NO. 6:
549-5936-003, (13499)
EA
1
3-28
A8A3A9A3E35
X1-D
COIL, RADIO FREQUENCY-NO. 7:
549-5937-003, (13499)
EA
1
3-28
A8A3A9A3E36
TRANSLATOR SUBASSEMBLY:
549-5927-003, (13499)
EA
1
3-10
A8A3A10
X1-D
BOARD, PRINTED CIRCUIT:
549-5950-004, (13499)
EA
1
3-29
A8A3A10S4
X1-D
CONTACT ASSEMBLY, ELECTRICAL:
548-7835-002, (13499)
EA
1
P-H-T
5820-975-5414
*
*
*
*
*
A8A3A10S4E1
B-115
SECTION II
TM 11-5820-509-35
REPAIR PARTS FOR DIRECT SUPPORT, GENERAL SUPPORT, AND DEPOT MAINTENANCE (Continued)
(1)
SMR
CODE
(2)
FEDERAL
STOCK
NUMBER
(3)
DESCRIPTION
Reference Number & Mfr. Code
(4)
Usable
on Code
(5)
UNIT
OF
MEAS
QTY
INC
IN
UNIT
(6)
30 DAY DS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(7)
30 DAY GS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(c)
51-100
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(c)
51-100
(8)
1 YR
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
CNTGCY
(9)
DEPOT
MAINT
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
(10)
ILLUSTRATION
(a)
FIG
NO.
(b)
ITEM NO. OR
REFERENCE
DESIGNATION
X1-D
NUT, SELF-LOCKING, HEXAGON:
68-1660-26, (72962)
EA
2
A8A3A10S4E1H3
X7-D
NUT, SELF-LOCKING, HEXAGON:
68-1660-26; (72962)
EA
REF
A8A3A10S4E1H4
X1-D
SCREW, MACHINE:
MS51959-3, (96906)
EA
2
A8A3A10S4E1H1
X1-D
SCREW, MACHINE:
MS51959-3, (96906)
EA
REF
A8A3A10S4E1H2
X1-D
CONTACT ASSEMBLY, ELECTRICAL:
548-7839-003, (13499)
EA
1
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, CERAMIC:
CC20UJ510F; (81349)
EA
1
3-29
ABA3A10C85
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA: CERAMIC:
CC30UJ750F; (81349)
EA
1
3-29
A8A3A10C87
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM05ED270G03, (81349)
EA
1
3-29
A8A3A10C81
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM05ED330G03; (81349)
EA
2
3-29
A8A3A10C77
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CR05ED330G03; (81349)
EA
REF
3-29
A8A3A10C83
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM05ED390G03; (81349)
EA
1
3-29
A8A3A10C79
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM05ED750G03; (81349)
EA
1
3-29
A8A3A10C75
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM05ED820G03; (81349)
EA
1
3-29
A8A3A10C86
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM05FD181G03; (81349)
EA
1
3-29
A8A3A10C71
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
DM15E511F0300WV4CR; (72136)
EA
1
3-29
A8A3A10C68
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
DM15E221F0300WV4CR, (72136)
EA
1
3-29
A8A3A10C77
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
DM15E271F0300WV4CR, (72136)
EA
1
3-29
A8A3A10C72
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
DM15E33F0300WV4CR, (72136)
EA
1
3-29
A8A3A10C69
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
DM15E361F0300WV4CR; (72136)
EA
1
3-29
A8A3A10C70
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
DM15E141F0500WV4CR; (72136)
EA
1
3-29
A8A3A10C80
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
D105E1110F300WV4CR; (72136)
EA
1
3-29
A8A3A10C84
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
DM15E1210F300WV4CR; (72136)
EA
2
3-29
A8A3A10C73
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
D15E1210F0300WV4CR, (72136)
EA
REF
3-29
A8A3A10C82
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
DN15E1650F0300W VCR; (72136)
EA
1
3-29
A8A3A10C78
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
DN15E1910F0300WVCR; (72136)
EA
1
3-29
A8A3A10C76
A8A3A10S4E2
B-116
SECTION II
TM 11-5820-509-35
REPAIR PARTS FOR DIRECT SUPPORT, GENERAL SUPPORT, AND DEPOT MAINTENANCE (Continued)
(1)
SMR
CODE
(2)
FEDERAL
STOCK
NUMBER
(3)
DESCRIPTION
Reference Number & Mfr. Code
(4)
Usable
on Code
UNIT
OF
MEAS
(5)
QTY
INC
IN
UNIT
(6)
30 DAY DS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(7)
30 DAY GS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(c)
51-100
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(c)
51-100
(8)
1 YR
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
CNTGCY
(9)
DEPOT
MAINT
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
(10)
ILLUSTRATION
(a)
FIG
NO.
(b)
ITEM NO. OR
REFERENCE
DESIGNATION
X1-D
COIL ASSEMBLY, RADIO FREQUENCY: EA
549-5689-003; (13499)
1
3-29
A8A3A10E6
X1-D
COIL ASSEMBLY, RADIO FREQUENCY: EA
549-5890-003, (1399)
1
3-29
ASA3A10E5
X1-D
COIL, RADIO FREQUENCY-NO. 1:
549-5931-003; (13499)
EA
1
3-29
A8A3A10L47
X1-D
COIL, RADIO FREQUENCY-NO. 3:
549-5933-003; (13499)
EA
1
3-29
A8A3A10L48
X1-D
COIL, RADIO FREQUENCY-NO. 5:
549-5935-003; (13499)
EA
1
3-29
A8A3A10L49
X1-D
COIL, RADIO FREQUENCY-NO. 6:
549-5936-003, (13499)
EA
1
3-29
A8A3A10L50
X1-D
COIL, RADIO FREQUENCY-NO. 7:
549-5937-003, (13499)
EA
1
3-29
A8A3A10L51
TRANSLATOR SUBASSEMBLY, RF:
549-5928-003, (13499)
EA
1
3-10
A8A3A11
X1-D
BOARD, PRINTED CIRCUIT:
549-5950-004, (13499)
EA
1
3-30
A8A3A11S5
X1-D
CONTACT ASSEMBLY, ELECTRICAL:
548-7835-002; (13499)
EA
1
A8A3A11S5E1
X1-D
SCREW, MACHINE:
MS51959-3; (96906)
EA
2
A8A3A11S5E1H1
X1-D
SCREW, MACHINE:
MS51959-3; (96906)
EA
REF
A8A3A11S5E1H2
X1-D
NUT, SELF-LOCKING, HEXAGON:
68-1660-26, (72962)
EA
2
A8A3A11S5E1H3
X1-D
NUT, SELF-LOCKING, HEXAGON:
68-1660-26, (72962)
EA
REF
A8A3A11S5E1H4
X1-D
CONTACT ASSEMBLY, ELECTRICAL:
548-7839-003, (13499)
EA
1
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, CERAMIC:
CC20UJ620F, (81349)
EA
2
3-30
A8A3A11C112
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, CERAMIC:
CC20UJ620F, (81349)
EA
REF
3-30
A8A3A11C114
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM05ED270G03, (81349)
EA
2
3-30
A8A3A11C104
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM05ED270G03, (81349)
EA
REF
3-30
A8A3A11C110
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM05RD430G03; (81349)
EA
1
3-30
A8A3A11C108
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM05ED510G03, (81349)
EA
1
3-30
A8A3A11C111
X1-D
CAPACTTOR, FIXED, MICA:
CMD5ED560G03, (8134 9)
EA
1
3-30
A8A3A11C98
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM05ED620G03; (81349)
EA
3
3-30
A8A3A11C100
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM05ED620G03, (81349)
EA
REF
3-30
A8A3A11C106
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM05ED620G03; (81349)
EA
REF
3-30
A8A3A11C113
P-H-T
5820-975-5413
*
*
*
*
*
A8A3A11S5E2
B-117
SECTION II
TM 11-5820-509-35
REPAIR PARTS FOR DIRECT SUPPORT, GENERAL SUPPORT, AND DEPOT MAINTENANCE (Continued)
(1)
SMR
CODE
(2)
FEDERAL
STOCK
NUMBER
(3)
DESCRIPTION
Reference Number & Mfr. Code
(4)
Usable
on Code
(5)
UNIT
OF
MEAS
QTY
INC
IN
UNIT
(6)
30 DAY DS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(7)
30 DAY GS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(c)
51-100
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(c)
51-100
(8)
1 YR
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
CNTGCY
(9)
DEPOT
MAINT
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
(10)
ILLUSTRATION
(a)
FIG
NO.
(b)
ITEM NO. OR
REFERENCE
DESIGNATION
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM05FD910G03; (81349)
EA
1
3-30
A8A3A11C102
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
DM15E511F0300WV4CR; (72136)
EA
1
3-30
A8A3A11C95
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
DM15E271F0300WV4CR; (72136)
EA
2
3-30
A8A3A11C96
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
DM15E271F0300WV4CR; (72136)
EA
REF
3-30
A8A3A11C99
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
DM15E431F0300WV4CR, (72136)
EA
1
3-30
A8A3A11C97
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
DM15E101F0300WV4CR; (72136)
EA
2
3-30
A8A3A11C105
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
DM15E101F0300WV4CR; (72136)
EA
REF
3-30
A8A3A11C107
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
DM15E1650F0300WV4CR, (72136)
EA
2
3-30
A8A3A11C101
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
DM15E1650F0300WV4CR; (72136)
EA
REF
3-30
A8A3A11C103
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
DM15E960F0500WV4CR; (72136)
EA
1
3-30
A8A3A11C109
X1-D
COIL ASSEMBLY, RADIO FREQUENCY: EA
549-5889-003, (13499)
1
3-30
A8A3A11E8
X1-D
COIL ASSEMBLY, RADIO FREQUENCY: EA
549-5890-003; (13499)
1
3-30
A8A3A11E7
X1-D
COIL, RADIO FREQUENCY-NO. 1:
549-5931-003, (13499)
EA
1
3-30
A8A3A11L62
X1-D
COIL, RADIO FREQUENCY-NO. 3:
549-5933-003; (13499)
EA
1
3-30
A8A3A11L63
X1-D
COIL, RADIO FREQUENCY-NO. 5
549-5935-003, (13499)
EA
1
X1-D
COIL, RADIO FREQUENCY-NO. 6:
549-5936-003, (13499)
EA
1
3-30
A8A3A11L65
X1-D
COIL, RADIO REQUEIICY-NO. 7:
549-5937-003; (13499)
EA
1
3-30
A8A3A11L66
TRANSLATOR SUBASSEMBLY, SWITCH
:
756-3164-003, (13499)
EA
1
X1-D
BOARD, PRINTED CIRCUIT, SWITCH:
549-5950-003; (13499)
EA
1
X1-D
CONTACT ASSEMBLY, ELECTRICAL:
548-7835-002; (13499)
EA
1
A8A3A12S8E1
X1-D
NUT, SELF-LOCKING, HEXAGON:
68-1660-26; (72962)
EA
2
A8A3A12S8E1H1
X1-D
NUT, SELF-LOCKING, HEXAGON:
68-1660-26; (72962)
EA
REF
A8A3A12S8E1H2
X1-D
SCREW, MACHINE:
MS51959-3, (96906)
EA
2
A8A3A12S8E1H3
X1-D
SCREW, MACHINE:
MS51959-3; (96906)
EA
REF
A8A3A12S8E1H4
X1-D
CONTACT ASSEMBLY, ELECTRICAL:
548-7839-003, (13499)
EA
1
P-H-T
5820-795-9365
A8A3A11L64
*
*
*
*
*
A8A3A12
3-35
A8A3A12S8
A8A3A12S8E2
B-118
SECTION II
TM 11-5820-509-35
REPAIR PARTS FOR DIRECT SUPPORT, GENERAL SUPPORT, AND DEPOT MAINTENANCE (Continued)
(1)
SMR
CODE
(2)
FEDERAL
STOCK
NUMBER
(3)
DESCRIPTION
Reference Number & Mfr. Code
(4)
Usable
on Code
(5)
UNIT
OF
MEAS
QTY
INC
IN
UNIT
(6)
30 DAY DS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(7)
30 DAY GS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(c)
51-100
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(c)
51-100
(8)
1 YR
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
CNTGCY
(9)
DEPOT
MAINT
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
(10)
ILLUSTRATION
(a)
FIG
NO.
(b)
ITEM NO. OR
REFERENCE
DESIGNATION
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, CERAMIC:
CC20UJ510F, (81349)
EA
2
3-35
A8A3A12C139
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, CERAMIC:
CC20UJ510F, (81349)
EA
REF
3-35
A8A3A12C141
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM05ED560G03; (81349)
EA
1
3-35
A8A3A12C137
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM05ED750G03, (81349)
EA
2
3-35
A8A3A12C135
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM05ED750G03, (81349)
EA
REF
3-35
A8A3A12C140
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM05FD910G03, (81 349)
EA
2
3-35
A8A3A12C129
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM05FD910G03, (81349)
EA
REF
3-35
A8A3A12C138
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM05FD391G03; (81349)
EA
1
3-35
A8A3A12C122
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
DM15E511F0300WV4CR, (72136)
EA
1
3-35
A8A3A12C124
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
DM15E221F0300WV4CR, (72136)
EA
1
3-35
A8A3A12C128
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
DM15E271F0300WVCR, (72136)
EA
1
3-35
A8A3A12C126
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
DM15E1330F0500WV4CR, (72136)
EA
1
3-35
A8A3A12C130
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
DM15E681G0300WV4CR, (72136)
EA
1
3-35
A8A3A12C123
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
DM15E101F0300WV4CR, (72136)
EA
4
3-35
A8A3A12C132
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
DM15E101F0300WV4CR, (72136)
EA
REF
3-35
A8A3A12C133
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
DM15E101F0300WV4CR; (72136)
EA
REF
3-35
A8A3A12C134
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
DM15E101F0300WV4CR, (72136)
EA
REF
3-35
A8A3A12C136
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
DM15E110F0300WV4CR, (72136)
EA
1
3-35
A8A3A12C131
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
DM15E151F0300WV4CR, (72136)
EA
1
3-35
A8A3A12C127
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
DM15E1650F0300WV4CR, (72136)
EA
1
3-35
A8A3A12C125
X1-D
COIL ASSEMBLY, RADIO FRECUENCY: EA
549-5889-003; (13499)
1
3-35
A8A3A12E12
X1-D
COIL ASSEMBLY, RADIO FREQUENCY: EA
549-5890-003, (13499)
1
3-35
A8A3A12E11
X1-D
COIL, RADIO FREQUENCY-NO. 1:
549-5931 -003, (13499)
EA
1
3-35
A8A3A12L79
X1-D
COIL, RADIO FREQUENCY-NO. 2:
549-5932-003, (13499)
EA
1
3-35
A8A3A12L80
X1-D
COIL, RADIO FREQUENCY-NO. 3:
549-5933-003, (13499)
EA
1
3-35
A8A3A12L81
B-119
SECTION II
TM 11-5820-509-35
REPAIR PARTS FOR DIRECT SUPPORT, GENERAL SUPPORT, AND DEPOT MAINTENANCE (Continued)
(1)
SMR
CODE
(2)
FEDERAL
STOCK
NUMBER
X1-D
X1-D
P-H-T
X1-D
X1-D
X1-D
X1-D
X1-D
X1-D
X1-D
X1-D
X1-D
X1-D
X1-D
X1-D
X1-D
X1-D
X1-D
X1-D
X1-D
X1-D
X1-D
X1-D
X1-D
X1-D
5820-975-5431
(3)
DESCRIPTION
Reference Number & Mfr. Code
(4)
Usable
on Code
COIL, RADIO FREQUENCY-NO. 8:
756-3166-003, (13499)
COIL, RADIO FREQUENCY-NO. 9:
756-3167-003; (13499)
TRANSLATOR SUBASSEMBLY:
549-5908-003; (13499)
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
DM15C100K500WVRCR, (72136)
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
DM15C100K500WVRCR, (72136)
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM05ED200J03, (81349)
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM05ED270J03, (81349)
CAPACITOR, FIXD, MICA:
CM05ED390G03; (81349)
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM05ED620G03, (81349)
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM05FD910G03, (81349)
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
DM15E1330F0500WV4CR; (72136)
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
DM15E2870F0500WV4CR, (72136)
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
DM15E1650F0300WV4CR, (72136)
CAPACITOR, VARIABLE, CERAMIC:
557-099-5-30E, (72982)
CAPACITOR, VARIABLE, CERAMIC:
557-099-5-30E, (72982)
CAPACITOR, VARIABLE, CERAMIC:
557-099-5-30E; (72982)
CAPACITOR, VARIABLE, CERAMIC.
557-099-5-30E, (72982)
CAPACITOR, VARIABLE, CERAMIC:
557-099-5-30E, (72982)
CAPACITOR, VARIABLE, CERAMIC:
557-099-5-30E, (72982)
CAPACITOR, VARIABLE, CERAMIC:
557-099-5-25A, (72982)
CAPACITOR, VARIABLE, CERAMIC:
557-099-8-50E; (72982)
CAPACITOR, VARIABLE, CERAMIC:
557-099-8-50E, (72982)
CAPACITOR, VARIABLE, CERAMIC:
557-099-8-50E, (72982)
CLAMP, CABLE:
549-5643-002, (13499)
SCREW, MACHINE.
P343-0286-000, (77250)
(5)
(6)
30 DAY DS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(7)
30 DAY GS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(8)
1 YR
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
CNTGCY
(9)
DEPOT
MAINT
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
(10)
ILLUSTRATION
UNIT
OF
MEAS
QTY
INC
IN
UNIT
EA
1
3-35
A8A3A12L78
EA
1
3-35
A8A3A12L77
EA
1
3-10
A8A3A13
EA
2
3-36
A8A3A13C265
EA
REF
3-36
A8A3A13C267
EA
1
3-36
A8A3A13C263
EA
1
3-36
A8A3A13C261
EA
1
3-36
A8A3A13C259
EA
1
3-36
A8A3A13C257
EA
1
3-36
A8A3A13C255
EA
1
3-36
A8A3A13C253
EA
1
3-36
A8A3A13C249
EA
1
3-36
A8A3A13C251
EA
6
3-36
A8A3A13C254
EA
REF
3-36
A8A3A13C256
EA
REF
3-36
A8A3A13C258
EA
REF
3-36
A8A3A13C260
EA
REF
3-36
A8A3A13C262
EA
REF
3-36
A8A3A13C264
EA
1
3-36
A8A3A13C266
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(c)
51-100
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(c)
51-100
(a)
FIG
NO.
(b)
ITEM NO. OR
REFERENCE
DESIGNATION
EA
3
3-36
A8A3A13C248
EA
REF
3-36
A8A3A13C260
EA
REF
3-36
A8A3A13C252
EA
1
A8A3A13MP1
EA
1
A8A3A13MP1H1
B-120
SECTION II
TM 11-5820-509-35
REPAIR PARTS FOR DIRECT SUPPORT, GENERAL SUPPORT, AND DEPOT MAINTENANCE (Continued)
(1)
SMR
CODE
(2)
FEDERAL
STOCK
NUMBER
X1-D
X1-D
P-D
M-D
5820-977-6242
P-D
P-D
M-D
5820-977-6242
P-D
P-D
P-D
P-D
P-D
P-D
P-D
P-D
P-D
P-D
P-D
P-D
P-H-S
5820-087-2299
P-H-T
5820-087-3439
P-D
X1-D
X1-D
X1-D
(3)
DESCRIPTION
Reference Number & Mfr. Code
(4)
Usable
on Code
COIL, RADIO FREQUENCY:
549-5885-002, (13499)
SWITCH SUBASSEMBLY:
549-5951-000, (13499)
TUBE, ELECTRON:
7905; (49956)
WEDGE-TAPE:
549-5863-002, (13499)
SCREW, MACHINE:
MS51959-3, (96906)
SCREW, MACHINE:
MS51959-3, (96906)
WEDGE-TAPE:
549-5863-002; (13499)
SCREW, MACHINE:
MS51959-3, (96906)
SCREW, MACHINE:
MS51959-3, (96906)
WASHER:
553-5032-003, (13499)
WASHER:
553-5032-003; (13499)
WASHER:
553-5032-003, (13499)
WASHER:
553-5032-003, (13499)
WASHER:
553-5032-003, (13499)
WASHER:
553-5032-003, (13499)
WASHER:
553-5032-003, (13499)
WASHER:
553-5032-003, (13499)
WASHER:
553-5032-003, (13499)
WASHER:
553-5032-003, (13499)
AMPLIFIER, AUDIO FREQUENCY:
AM3506PRC47, (80058)
AMPLIFIER SUBASSEMBLY, AF:
549-5651-004, (] 3499)
SCREW, MACHINE
MS51959-3, (96906)
BOARD, PRINTED CIRCUIT
549-5653-004, (13499)
CAPACITOR, FIXED, ELECTROLYTIC
150D156X0C20B2, (56289)
CAPACITOR, FIXED, ELECTROLYTIC.
150D226X0015B2, (56289)
(5)
UNIT
OF
MEAS
QTY
INC
IN
UNIT
EA
1
EA
1
EA
1
EA
2
(6)
30 DAY DS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(7)
30 DAY GS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(c)
51-100
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(c)
51-100
(8)
1 YR
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
CNTGCY
(9)
DEPOT
MAINT
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
(10)
ILLUSTRATION
(a)
FIG
NO.
3-36
(b)
ITEM NO. OR
REFERENCE
DESIGNATION
A8A3A13L103
A8A3A13S9
*
*
3-9
A8A3V3
A8A3MP39
EA
2
REF
REF
A8A3MP39H1
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A3MP39H2
EA
REF
EA
2
REF
REF
A8A3MP40H1
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A3MP40H2
EA
10
*
*
A8A3H9
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A3H10
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A3H11
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A3H12
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A3H13
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A3H14
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A3H15
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A3H16
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A3H17
EA
REF
REF
REF
EA
1
*
*
*
*
*
3-4
A8A1
EA
1
*
*
*
*
*
3-6
A8A1E2
EA
6
REF
REF
EA
1
3-18
A8A1E2E1
EA
1
3-18
A8A1E2C5
EA
1
3-18
A8A1E2C9
A8A3MP40
B-121
A8A3H18
A8A1E2H6
SECTION II
TM 11-5820-509-35
REPAIR PARTS FOR DIRECT SUPPORT, GENERAL SUPPORT, AND DEPOT MAINTENANCE (Continued)
(1)
SMR
CODE
(2)
FEDERAL
STOCK
NUMBER
(3)
DESCRIPTION
Reference Number & Mfr. Code
(4)
Usable
on Code
(5)
UNIT
OF
MEAS
QTY
INC
IN
UNIT
(6)
30 DAY DS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(7)
30 DAY GS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(c)
51-100
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(c)
51-100
(8)
1 YR
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
CNTGCY
(9)
DEPOT
MAINT
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
(10)
ILLUSTRATION
(a)
FIG
NO.
(b)
ITEM NO. OR
REFERENCE
DESIGNATION
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, ELECTROLYTIC:
150D476X0006B2, (56289)
EA
2
3-18
A8A1E2C3
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, ELECTROLYTIC:
150D476X0006B2; (56289)
EA
REF
3-18
A8A1E2C4
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, ELECTROLYTIC:
150D476X0035S2, (56289)
EA
1
3-18
A8A1E2C16
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, ELECTROLYTIC:
150D107X0020S2, (56289)
EA
2
3-18
A8A1E2C8
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, ELECTROLYTIC:
150D107XOD20S2, (56289)
EA
REF
3-18
A8A1E2C12
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, ELECTROLYTIC:
150D156X0035R2, (56289)
EA
1
3-18
A8A1E2C2
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, ELECTROLYTIC:
150D476X0020R2, (56289)
EA
7
3-18
A8A1E2C6
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, ELECTROLYTIC:
150D476X0020R2, (56289)
EA
REF
3-18
A8A1E2C7
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, ELECTROLYTIC:
150D476X0020R2, (56289)
EA
REF
3-18
A8A1E2C10
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, ELECTROLYTIC:
150D476X0020R2, (56289)
EA
REF
3-18
A8A1E2C11
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, ELECTROLYTIC:
150D476X0020R2, (56289)
EA
REF
3-18
A8A1E2C13
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, ELECTROLYTIC:
150D476X0020R2, (56289)
EA
REF
3-18
A8A1E2C14
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, ELECTROLYTIC:
150D476X0020R2, (56 289)
EA
REF
3-18
A8A1E2C15
X1-D
INSULATOR, TRANSISTOR:
T1566, (98291)
EA
4
A8A1E2E2
X1-D
INSULATOR, TRANSISTOR:
T1566; (98291)
EA
REF
A8A1E2E3
X1-D
INSULATOR, TRANSISTOR:
T1566, (98291)
EA
REF
A8A1E2E4
X1-D
INSULATOR, TRANSISTOR:
T1566, (98291)
EA
REF
A8A1E2E5
X1-D
JACK, TIP:
105-732-100; (74970)
EA
1
3-18
A8A1E2J2
X1-D
JACK, TIP:
105-738-100, (74970)
EA
1
3-18
A8A1E2J1
X1-D
JACK, TIP:
105-734-100, (74970)
EA
1
3-18
A8A1E2J6
X1-D
JACK, TIP:
105-736-100, (74970)
EA
1
3-18
A8A1E2J3
X1-D
JACK, TIP:
105-740-100, (74970)
EA
1
3-18
A8A1E2J6
X1-D
JACK, TIP:
105-737-100, (7497)
EA
1
3-18
A8A1E2J4
X1-D
JACK, TIP
119437K., (78947)
EA
1
3-18
A8A1E2J7
X1-D
RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITION
RCR07G101KS, (81349)
EA
1
3-18
A8A1E2R1
B-122
SECTION II
TM 11-5820-509-35
REPAIR PARTS FOR DIRECT SUPPORT, GENERAL SUPPORT, AND DEPOT MAINTENANCE (Continued)
(1)
SMR
CODE
(2)
FEDERAL
STOCK
NUMBER
(3)
DESCRIPTION
Reference Number & Mfr. Code
(4)
Usable
on Code
(5)
UNIT
OF
MEAS
QTY
INC
IN
UNIT
(6)
30 DAY DS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(7)
30 DAY GS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(c)
51-100
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(c)
51-100
(8)
1 YR
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
CNTGCY
(9)
DEPOT
MAINT
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
(10)
ILLUSTRATION
(a)
FIG
NO.
(b)
ITEM NO. OR
REFERENCE
DESIGNATION
X1-D
RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITION:
RCR07G472KS; (81349)
EA
1
3-18
A8A1E2R20
X1-D
RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITION:
RCR07G103KS; (81349)
EA
1
3-18
A8A1E2R19
X1-D
RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITION:
RCR07G223KS, (81349)
EA
2
3-18
A8A1E2R18
X1-D
RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITION:
RCR07G223KS; (81349)
EA
REF
3-18
A8A1E2R26
X1-D
RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPSITION:
RCR07G104KS; (81349)
EA
4
3-18
A8A1E2R4
X1-D
RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITION:
RCR07G101KS; (81349)
EA
REF
3-18
A8A1E2R7
X1-D
RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITION:
RCR07G104KS, (81349)
EA
REF
3-18
A8A1E2R13
X1-D
RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITION:
RCR07G104KS, (81349)
EA
REF
3-18
A8A1E2R28
X1-D
RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITION:
RC520G470KS; (81349)
EA
1
3-18
A8A1E2R2
X1-D
RESISTOR, FIXED, FILM:
RN60D46RF, (81349)
EA
1
3-18
A8A1E2R32
X1-D
RESISTOR, FIXED, FILM:
RN60D1001F, (81349)
EA
5
3-18
A8A1E2R9
X1-D
RESISTOR, FIXED, FILM:
RN60D1001F; (81349)
EA
REF
3-18
A8A1E2R10
X1-D
RESISTOR, FIXED, FILM:
RN60D1001F; (81349)
EA
REF
3-18
A8A1E2R14
X1-D
RESISTOR, FIXED, FILM:
RN60D1001F; (81349)
EA
REF
3-18
A8A1E2R24
X1-D
RESISTOR, FIXED, FILM:
RN60D1001F, (81349)
EA
REF
3-18
A8A1E2R23
X1-D
RESISTOR, FIXED, FILM:
RN60D1471F; (81349)
EA
1
3-18
A8A1E2R22
X1-D
RESISTOR, FIXED, FILM:
RJ60D1961F, (81349)
EA
3
3-18
A8A1E2R17
X1-D
RESISTOR, FIXED, FILM:
RJ60D1961F, (81349)
EA
REF
3-18
A8A1E2R25
X1-D
RESISTOR, FIXED, FILM:
RN60D1961F, (81349)
EA
REF
3-18
A8A1E2R31
X1-D
RESISTOR, FIXED, FILM:
RN60D2151F, (81349)
EA
1
3-18
A8A1E2R11
X1-D
RESISTOR, FIXED, FILM:
RN60D2611F, (813;9)
EA
2
3-18
A8A1E2R6
X1-D
RESISTOR, FIXED, FILM:
RN60D2611F, (81349)
EA
REF
3-18
A8A1E2R30
X1-D
RESISTOR, FIXED, FIILM:
RN60D3481F; (81349)
EA
1
3-18
A8A1E2R15
X1-D
RESISTOR, FIXED, FILM:
RN60D5111F, (81349)
EA
1
3-18
A8A1E2R16
X1-D
RESISTOR, FIXED, FILM:
RN60D6191F, (81349)
EA
1
3-18
A8A1E2R29
B-123
SECTION II
TM 11-5820-509-35
REPAIR PARTS FOR DIRECT SUPPORT, GENERAL SUPPORT, AND DEPOT MAINTENANCE (Continued)
(1)
SMR
CODE
(2)
FEDERAL
STOCK
NUMBER
(3)
DESCRIPTION
Reference Number & Mfr. Code
(4)
Usable
on Code
(5)
UNIT
OF
MEAS
QTY
INC
IN
UNIT
(6)
30 DAY DS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(7)
30 DAY GS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(c)
51-100
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(c)
51-100
(8)
1 YR
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
CNTGCY
(9)
DEPOT
MAINT
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
(10)
ILLUSTRATION
(a)
FIG
NO.
(b)
ITEM NO. OR
REFERENCE
DESIGNATION
X1-D
RESISTOR, FIXED, FILM:
RN60D1002F; (81349)
EA
4
3-18
A8A1E2R5
X1-D
RESISTOR, FIXED, FILM:
RN60D1002F, (81349)
EA
REF
3-18
A8A1E2R8
X1-D
RESISTOR, FIXED, FILM:
RN60D1002F, (81349)
EA
REF
3-18
A8A1E2R12
X1-D
RESISTOR, FIXED, FILM:
RN60D1002F; (81349)
EA
REF
3-18
A8A1E2R21
X1-D
RESISTOR, FIXED, FILM:
RN65D1001F; (81349)
EA
1
3-18
A8A1E2R33
X1-D
RESISTOR, VARIABLE, WIRE WOUND: EA
224P1-502, (80294)
1
3-18
A8A1E2R27
X1-D
SEMICONDUCTOR DEVICE, DIODE:
1N816; (07688)
EA
6
3-18
A8A1E2CR1
X1-D
SEMICONDUCTOR DEVICE, DIODE:
1N816, (07688)
EA
REF
3-18
A8A1E2CR2
X1-D
SEMICONDUCTOR DEVICE, DIODE:
1N816; (07688)
EA
REF
3-18
A8A1E2CR3
X1-D
SEMICONDUCTOR DEVICE, DIODE:
1N816, (07688)
EA
REF
3-18
A8A1E2CR4
X1-D
SEMICONDUCTOR DEVICE, DIODE:
1N816, (07688)
EA
REF
3-18
A8A1E2CR5
X1-D
SEMICONDUCTOR DEVICE, DIODE:
1N816, (07688)
EA
REF
3-18
A8A1E2CR6
X1-D
SEMICONDUCTOR DEVICE, SET:
Q123, (03887)
EA
1
3-18
A8A1E2CR17
X1-D
TRANSFORMER, AUDIO FREQUENCY:
DR230, (80223)
EA
1
3-18
A8A1E2T1
X1-D
TRANSISTOR:
2N1038, (07688)
EA
1
3-18
A8A1E2Q4
X1-D
TRANSISTOR:
2N404, (07688)
EA
1
3-18
A8A1E2Q1
X1-D
TRANSISTOR:
JAN2N526, (81350)
EA
2
3-18
A8A1E2Q2
X1-D
TRANSISTOR:
JAN2N526, (81350)
EA
REF
3-18
A8A1E2Q3
3-6
A3A1E3
P-H-T
5820-088-2514
AMPLIFIER SUBASSEMBLY-RECEIVER: EA
549-5655-094, (13499)
1
*
2-D
SCREW, MACHINE:
MS51959-3, (96906)
EA
4
X1-D
BOARD, PRINTED CIRCUIT:
549-5657-004, (13499)
EA
1
3-19
A8A1E3E1
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, ELECTROLYTIC:
CL26BJ2RSTN3, (81349)
EA
1
3-19
A8A1E3C29
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, ELECTBOLYTIC:
150D156XO020B2, (56289)
EA
3
3-19
A8A1E3C30
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, ELECTROLYTIC:
150D156X0020B2, (56289)
EA
REF
3-19
A8A1E3C31
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, ELECTROLYTIC:
150D156C0020B2, (56289)
EA
REF
3-19
A8A1E3C42
B-124
*
*
*
*
REF
REF
A8A1E3H4
SECTION II
TM 11-5820-509-35
REPAIR PARTS FOR DIRECT SUPPORT, GENERAL SUPPORT, AND DEPOT MAINTENANCE (CONTINUED)
(1)
SMR
CODE
X1-D
X1-D
X1-D
X1-D
X1-D
X1-D
X1-D
X1-D
X1-D
X1-D
X1-D
X1-D
X1-D
X1-D
X1-D
X1-D
X1-D
X1-D
X1-D
X1-D
X1-D
X1-D
X1-D
X1-D
X1-D
(2)
FEDERAL
STOCK
NUMBER
(3)
DESCRIPTION
Reference Number & Mfr. Code
(4)
Usable
on Code
CAPACITOR, FIXED, ELECTROLYTIC:
150D476X0006B2; (56289)
CAPACITOR, FIXED, ELECTROLYTIC:
150D107X0020S2, (56289)
CAPACITOR, FIXED, ELECTROLYTIC:
150D336X0020R2, (56289)
CAPACITOR, FIXED, ELECTROLYTIC:
150D336X0O20R2, (56289)
CAPACITOR, FIXED, ELECTROLYTIC:
150D476X0020R2, (56289)
CAPACITOR, FIXED, ELECTROLYTIC:
150D105X9035A2, (56289)
CAPACITOR, FIXED, ELICTROLYTIC:
150D105X9035A2, (56289)
CAPACITOR, FIXED, ELECTROLYTIC:
150D1697; (56289)
CAPACITOR, FIXED, ELECTROLYTIC:
150D1697; (56289)
CAPACITOR, FIXED, ]LECTROLYTIC:
150D1697; (56289)
INSULATOR TRANSISTOR:
INSULATOR, TRASISTOR:
T1566, (98291)
INSULATOR, TRAUSISTOR:
T1566; (98291)
JACK, TIP:
105-73100oo; (74970)
JACK, TIP:
105-736-100; (74970)
JACK, TIP:
105-740-100; (74970)
JACK, TIP:
105-737-100, (74970)
REACTOR:
DR905; (80223)
RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITION:
RCR07Gi22KS, (81349)
RESISTOR, FIXED, CDMPOSITION:
RCR07Gl52KS; (81349)
RESISTOR, FIXED, CODPOSITION:
RCR07G272KS, (81349)
RESISTOR, FIXED, CODPOSITION:
RCRO7G332K, (81349)
RESISTOR, FIXED, COWOSITION:
RCR07G103KS; (81349)
RBSISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITION:
RCR07G103KS, (81349)
RESISTOR, FIXED, COOSITION:
RCR07G103KS, (81349)
(5)
UNIT
OF
MEAS
QTY
INC
IN
UNIT
(6)
30 DAY DS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(7)
30 DAY GS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(c)
51-100
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(c)
51-100
(8)
1 YR
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
CNTGCY
(9)
DEPOT
MAINT
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
(10)
ILLUSTRATION
(a)
FIG
NO.
(b)
ITEM NO. OR
REFERENCE
DESIGNATION
EA
1
3-19
A8A1E3C35
EA
1
3-19
A8A1E3C40
EA
2
3-19
A8A1E3C32
EA
REF
3-19
A8A1E3C36
EA
1
3-19
A8A1E3C33
EA
2
3-19
A8A1E3C28
EA
REF
3-19
A8A1E3C34
EA
3
3-19
A8A1E3C37
EA
REF
3-19
A8A1E3C38
EA
REF
3-19
A8A1E3C41
EA
EA
3
REF
A8A1E3E2
A8A1E3E3
EA
REF
A81E3E4
EA
1
3-19
A8A1E3J15
EA
1
3-19
ABA1E3J13
EA
1
3-19
A8A1E3J16
EA
1
3-19
ASA1E3J1I
EA
1
3-19
A8A1E3L3
EA
1
3-19
A8A1E3R72
EA
1
3-19
A8A1E3R45
EA
1
3-19
A8A1E3R63
EA
1
3-19
A8A1E3R51
EA
4
3-19
A8A1E3R47
EA
REF
3-19
A8A1E3R53
EA
REF
3-19
A8A1E3R64
B-125
SECTION II
TM 11-5820-509-35
REPAIR PARTS FOR DIRECT SUPPORT, GENERAL SUPPORT, AND DEPOT MAINTENANCE (CONTINUED)
(1)
SMR
CODE
X1-D
X1-D
X1-D
X1-D
X1-D
X1-D
X1-D
X1-D
X1-D
X1-D
X1-D
X1-D
X1-D
X1-D
X1-D
X1-D
X1-D
X1-D
X1-D
X1-D
X1-D
X1-D
X1-D
X1-D
X1-D
(2)
FEDERAL
STOCK
NUMBER
(3)
DESCRIPTION
Reference Number & Mfr. Code
(4)
Usable
on Code
RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITION:
RCR07G1T3KS; (81349)
RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITION:
RCR07G123KS; (81349)
RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITION:
RCRO7G123KS; (81349)
RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITIOW:
RCR07G183KS; (81349)
RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITION:
RCRO7G223KS; (81349)
RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITION:
RCROTG223KS; (81349)
RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITION:
RCRO7C273KS; (81349)
RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITION:
RCR07G273KS; (81349)
RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITION:
RCR07G104KS; (81349)
RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITION:
RCR07G104KS; (81349)
RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITION:
RCR07G104KS; (81349)
RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITION:
RCR07G184KS, (81349)
RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITION:
RCR07G474KS; (81349)
RESISTOR, FIXED, FILM:
RR60D51RlF; (81349)
RESISTOR, FIXED, FILM:
RN60D4221F; (81349)
RESISTOR, FIXED, FILM:
RN60D5111F, (81349)
RESISTOR, FIXED, FILM:
RN60D5111Y; (81349)
RESISTOR, FIXED, FILM:
RN60D1102F; (81349)
RESISTOR, FIXED, FILM
RN60D1102F; (81349)
RESISTOR, FIXED, FILM:
RN60D1622F; (81349)
RESISTOR, THERMAL:
763F28; (10646)
RESISTOR, VARIABLE, WIIREWOUND:
224P1-102; (80294)
RESISTOR, VARIABLE, WIREOIRD:
224P1-503, (80294)
RESISTOR, VARIABLE, WIREWOUND
224P1-503; (80294 )
SEMICONDUCTOR DEVICE, DIODE:
11457; (07688)
UNIT
OF
MEAS
(5)
QTY
INC
IN
UNIT
(6)
30 DAY DS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(7)
30 DAY GS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(8)
1 YR
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
CNTGCY
(9)
DEPOT
MAINT
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
(10)
ILLUSTRATION
(a)
FIG
NO.
(b)
ITEM NO. OR
REFERENCE
DESIGNATION
REF
3-19
A8A1E3R68
EA
2
3-19
A8A1E3R58
EA
REF
3-19
A8A1E3R78
EA
1
3-19
A8A1E3R55
EA
2
3-19
A8A1E3R48
EA
REF
3-19
A8A1E3R74
EA
2
3-19
A8A1E3R59
EA
REF
3-15
A8A1E3R73
EA
3
3-15
A8A1E3R49
EA
REF
3-19
A8A1E3R76
EA
REF
3-19
A8A1E3R77
EA
1
3-19
A8A1E3R50
EA
1
3-19
A8A1E3R75
EA
1
3-19
A8A1E3R65
EA
1
3-19
A8A1E3R66
EA
2
3-19
A8A1E3R61
EA
REF
3-19
A8A1E3R62
EA
1
3-19
A8A1E3R56
EA
1
3-19
A8A1E3R57
EA
1
3-19
A8A1E3R60
EA
1
3-15
A8A1E3R67
EA
1
3-15
A8A1E3R54
EA
2
3-19
A8A1E3R46
EA
REF
3-15
A8A1E3R52
EA
3
3-15
A8A1E3CR11
EA
(a)
1-20
B-126
(b)
21-50
(c)
51-100
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(c)
51-100
SECTION II
TM 11-5820-509-35
REPAIR PARTS FOR DIRECT SUPPORT, GENERAL SUPPORT, AND DEPOT MAINTENANCE (CONTINUED)
(1)
SMR
CODE
(2)
FEDERAL
STOCK
NUMBER
X1-D
X1-D
X1-D
X1-D
X1-D
X1-D
P--D
P--D
5910-834-8493
P--D
P--D
5935-808-7502
P--D
5310-622-1724
P--D
5310-622-1724
P--D
5305-770-2533
P--D
5305-770-2533
P--D
P--D
P--H-T 5820-975-5412
P--D
X1-D
X1-D
X1-D
X1-D
X1-D
X1-D
X1-D
5305-727-8833
(3)
DESCRIPTION
Reference Number & Mfr. Code
(4)
Usable
on Code
UNIT
OF
MEAS
SEMICONDUCTOR DEVICE, DIODE:
LN457, (07688)
SEMICONDUCTOR DEVICE, DIODE:
1N457; (07688)
SEMICONDUCTOR DEVICE, DIODE:
TRANSISTOR:
JAN2N526, (81350)
TRANSISTOR:
JAN2N526, (81350)
TRANSISTOR:
JAN2N526; (81350)
CAPACITOR, FIXED, CERAMIC:
33C58; (01939)
CAPACITOR, FIXED, ELECTROLYTIC:
150D476X003582, (56289)
CHASSIS, ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT:
549-5659-005, (13499)
CONNECTOR, RECEPTACLE:
DBM25P, (71i68)
NUT, SELF-LOCKING, HEXAGON:
68-1660-26, (72962)
NUT, SELF-LOCKING, HEXAGON:
68-1660-26; (72962)
SCREW, MACHINE:
MS51959-13; (77250)
SCREW, MACHINE
MS51959-13; (77250)
WASHER, FLAT:
310-0044-000; (79807)
WASHER, FLAT:
310-0044-000; (79807)
CONTROL OSCILLATOR GROUP:
549-5654-004; (13499)
SCREW, MACHINE:
MS51959-3, (96906)
BOARD, PRINTED CIRCUIT
549-5650-003, (13499)
CAPACITOR, FIXED, CERAMIC:
6S8083, (56289)
CAPACITOR, FIXED, ELECTROLYTIC:
150D476X0035S2, (56289)
CAPACITOR, FIXED, ELECTROLYTIC:
150D476X0o35S2, (56289)
CAPACITOR, FIXED, ELECTROLYTIC:
150D394X9035A2, (56289)
CAPACITOR, FIXED, ELECTROLYTIC:
150D564X9035A2, (56289)
CAPACITOR, FIXED, ELECTROLYTIC:
150D684X0035A2, (56289)
(5)
QTY
INC
IN
UNIT
(6)
30 DAY DS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(7)
30 DAY GS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(c)
51-100
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(c)
51-100
(8)
1 YR
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
CNTGCY
(9)
DEPOT
MAINT
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
(10)
ILLUSTRATION
(a)
FIG
NO.
(b)
ITEM NO. OR
REFERENCE
DESIGNATION
EA
REF
3-19
A8A1E3CR12
EA
REF
3-19
A8A1E3CR13
EA
EA
1
3
3-19
3-19
A8A1E3CR10
A8A1E3Q8
EA
REF
3-19
A8A1E3Q9
EA
REF
3-19
A8A1E3Q10
EA
1
*
*
3-16
A8A1C43
EA
1
*
*
3-16
A8A1C44
EA
1
EA
1
*
*
EA
2
REF
REF
A8A1P1H1
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A1P1H2
EA
2
REF
REF
A8A1P1H3
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A1P1H4
EA
2
REF
REF
A8A1P1H5
EA
REF
REF
REF
EA
1
*
*
EA
6
REF
REF
EA
1
3-17
A8A1E1E1
EA
1
3-17
A8A1E1C18
EA
2
3-17
A8A1E1C1
EA
REF
3-17
A8A1E1C22
EA
1
3-17
A8A1E1C26
EA
1
3-17
A8A1E1C26 ·
EA
1
3-17
A8A1E1C26
*SELECT PER OPERATIONAL REQUIREMENT.
B-127
A8A1MP1
*
*
*
3-16
A8A1P1
A8A1P1H6
3-6
A8A1E1
A8A1E1H6
SECTION II
TM 11-5820-509-35
REPAIR PARTS FOR DIRECT SUPPORT, GENERAL SUPPORT, AND DEPOT MAINTENANCE (CONTINUED)
(1)
SMR
CODE
X1-D
X1-D
X1-D
X1-D
X1-D
X1-D
X1-D
X1-D
X1-D
X1-D
X1-D
X1-D
X1-D
X1-D
X1-D
X1-D
X1-D
X1-D
X1-D
X1-D
X1-D
X1-D
X1-D
X1-D
X1-D
(2)
FEDERAL
STOCK
NUMBER
(3)
DESCRIPTION
Reference Number & Mfr. Code
(4)
Usable
on Code
CAPACITOR, FIXED, ELECTROLYTIC:
150D105X9035A2, (56289)
CAPACITOR, FIXED, ELECTROLYTIC:
150D336X9010B2, (56289)
CAPACITOR, FIXED, ELECTROLYTIC:
150D336X9010B2, (56289)
CAPACITOR, FIXED, ELECTROLYTIC:
150D474X9035A2, (56289)
CAPACITOR, FIXED, ELECTROLYTIC:
150D334X9035A2, (56289)
CAPACITOR, FIXED, ELECTROLYTIC:
150D1697; (56289)
CAPACITOR, FIXED, ELECTROLYTIC:
150D1697, (56289)
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM06FD302F03, (81349)
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
DM30F153F03, (72136)
COIL, RADIO FREQMUEICY:
MP206-31B, (95105)
SCREW, MACHIN:
P343-0329-000; (77250)
JACK, TIP:
105-731-100, (74970)
JACK, TIP:
105-732-100; (74970)
JACK, TIP:
105-733-100, (74970)
JACK, TIP:
105-738-100, (74970)
JACK, TIP:
105-743-100, (74970)
REACTOR:
678-0084-000; (13499)
SCREW, MACHINE:
P343-0329-000; (77250)
RELAY, ARMATURE:
3SAK1005, (01526)
RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITION:
RCRO7G104KS, (81349)
RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITION:
RCR07D104KS, (81349)
RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITION:
RCR07G104KS, (81349)
RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITION:
RCR07G104KS, (81349)
RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITION:
RCR07GlC0KS, (81349)
RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITION:
RC42GF681K; (81349)
UNIT
OF
MEAS
EA
(5)
QTY
INC
IN
UNIT
(6)
30 DAY DS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(a)
1-20
1
(b)
21-50
(7)
30 DAY GS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(c)
51-100
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(c)
51-100
(8)
1 YR
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
CNTGCY
(9)
DEPOT
MAINT
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
(10)
ILLUSTRATION
(a)
FIG
NO.
(b)
ITEM NO. OR
REFERENCE
DESIGNATION
3-17
ARAE1C17
EA
2
3-17
A8A1E1C23
EA
REF
3-17
A8A1E1C24
EA
1
3-17
A8A1E1C26 *
EA
1
3-17
A8A1E1C26 *
EA
2
3-17
A8A1E1C21
EA
REF
3-17
A8A1E1C25
EA
1
3-17
A8A1E1C19
EA
1
3-17
A8A1E1C20
EA
1
3-17
A8A1El1L1
EA
1
EA
1
3-17
A8A1E1J9
EA
1
3-17
A8A1E1J12
EA
1
3-17
A8A1E1J10
EA
1
3-17
A8A1E1J11
EA
1
3-17
A8A1E1J8
EA
1
3-17
A8A1E1L2
EA
1
EA
1
3-17
A8A1E1K1
EA
5
3-17
A8A1E1R34
EA
REF
3-17
A8A1E1R38
EA
REF
3-17
A8A1E1R39
EA
REF
3-17
A81E1R41
EA
REF
3-17
A8A1E1R44
EA
1
3-17
A8A1E1R3
A8A1E1L1H1
A8A1E1L2H1
B-128
SECTION II
TM 11-5820-509-35
REPAIR PARTS FOR DIRECT SUPPORT, GENERAL SUPPORT, AND DEPOT MAINTENANCE (CONTINUED)
(1)
SMR
CODE
(2)
FEDERAL
STOCK
NUMBER
X1-D
X1-D
X1-D
X1-D
X1-D
X1-D
X1-D
X1-D
X1-D
X1-D
X1-D
X1-D
X1-D
X1-D
X1-D
M--D
P--D
5305-054-5648
P--D
5305-054-5648
P--D
5310-136-6133
P--D
5310-136-6133
M--D
P--D
5905-279-3521
P--D
5905-279-1745
P--D
P--D
5905-252-1953
(3)
DESCRIPTION
Reference Number & Mfr. Code
(4)
Usable
on Code
UNIT
OF
MEAS
RESISTOR, FIXED, FILM:
EA
RH60D215_F, (81349)
RESISTOR, FIXED, FILM:
EA
RN60D5111F, (81349)
RESISTOR, FIXED, FILM:
EA
RN60D1782F; (81349)
RESISTOR, FIXED, FILM:
EA
RN60D2372F, (81349)
RESISTOR, THERMAL:
EA
763F28, (10646)
RESISTOR, THERMAL:
EA
763F28, (10646)
RESISTOR, THERMAL:
EA
TITM1 4-3900-5PC; (96214)
RESISTOR, VARIABLE, WIREVOUND:
EA
224P1-502, (80294)
SEMICONDUCTOR DEVICE, DIODE:
EA
1N457, (07688)
SEMICONDUCTOR DEYICE, DIODE:
EA
1N457, (07688)
SEMCONDUCTOR DEVICE, DIODE:
EA
1N816, (07688)
SEMICONDUCTOR DEVICE, DIODE:
EA
1N816; (07688)
TRANSISTOR:
EA
2N697, (07688)
TRANSISTOR:
EA
JAN2N333, (81350)
TRANSISTOR:
EA
JAN2526, (81350)
COVER, AMPLIFIER-AUDIO FREQUENCY: EA
549-5703-005; (13499)
SCREW, MACHINE:
EA
MS51957-14, (96906)
SCREW, MACHINE:
EA
MS51957-14, (96906)
WASHER, FLAT:
EA
310-6340-000, (79807)
WASHER, FLAT:
EA
310-63 0-000, (79807)
HARNESS, WIRING, BRANCHED:
EA
549-5641-000, (13499)
RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITION:
EA
RCR20G150KS, (81349)
RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITION:
EA
RCR32G150KS, (81349)
RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITION:
EA
RCR32G152KS, (81349)
RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITION:
EA
RC42CF100K, (81349)
(5)
QTY
INC
IN
UNIT
(6)
30 DAY DS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(7)
30 DAY GS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(8)
1 YR
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
CNTGCY
(9)
DEPOT
MAINT
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
(10)
ILLUSTRATION
(a)
FIG
NO.
(b)
ITEM NO. OR
REFERENCE
DESIGNATION
1
3-17
A8A1E1R36
1
3-17
A8A1E1R43
1
3-17
A8A1E1R37
1
3-17
A8A1E1R35
2
3-17
A8A1E1R42
REF
3-17
ABA1E1R85
1
3-17
A8A1E1R83
1
3-17
A8A1E1R40
2
3-17
A8AE1CR9
REF
3-17
AA1Le1CR18
2
3-17
A8A1E1CR7
REF
3-17
A8A1E1CR8
1
3-17
A8A1E1Q7
1
3-17
A8A1E1Q6
1
3-17
A8A1E1Q5
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(c)
51-100
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(c)
51-100
1
A8A1MP2
2
REF
REF
A8A1MP2H1
REF
REF
REF
A8A1MP2H2
2
*
*
A8A1MP2H3
REF
REF
REF
A8A1MP2H4
1
*
*
3-16
A8A1R81
1
*
*
3-16
A8A1R84
1
*
*
3-16
A8A1R79
1
*
*
3-16
A8A1R82
1
A8A1W1
B-129
SECTION II
TM 11-5820-509-35
REPAIR PARTS FOR DIRECT SUPPORT, GENERAL SUPPORT, AND DEPOT MAINTENANCE (CONTINUED)
(1)
SMR
CODE
P--D
(2)
FEDERAL
STOCK
NUMBER
5905-827-0724
P--D
M— D
P--D
5305-705-9528
P--D
5970-143-3596
P-D
5340-975-7637
P--D
5305-616-2568
P--D
P--D
P--D
5310-934-9740
P--D
5305-576-6002
P--D
5310-981-2255
P--D
P--D
5950-8 12-0292
P--D
5305-770-2533
P--D
5305-770-2533
P--D
5305-770-2533
P--D
5305-770-2533
P--D
5950-951-1391
P--D
5305-770-2533
P--D
5305-770-2533
P--D
5305-770-2533
P--D
5305-770-2533
P— D
5950-951-7181
P— D
5305-770-2533
(3)
DESCRIPTION
Reference Number & Mfr. Code
(4)
Usable
on Code
UNIT
OF
MEAS
RESISTOR, THEIMAL:
EA
763F2, (10646)
SEMICONDUCTOR SET:
EA
2N158AMATCHEDPR: (C7688)
INSULATOR, BUSHING:
EA
549-5642-002; (13499)
SCREW, EXTERNALLY RELIEVED BODY:
542-1348-002, (13499)
WASHER:
EA
543-5561-003; (13499)
TERMINAL, GROUND:
EA
549-5709-002, (13499)
SCREW, MAKCINE:
EA
P343-0285-000; (77250)
WASHER, LOCK:
EA
MS35338-135; (96906)
TERMINAL, LUG:
EA
040- 2HT, (77147)
NUT, PLAIN, HEXAGON:
EA
MS35649-225, (96906)
SCREW, MACHINE:
EA
P343-0298-000; (77250)
WASHER, SPRING TENSION:
EA
310-0074-00, (79807)
TERMINAL, LUG:
EA
4007-4HT, (77147)
TRANSFORMER, AUDIO FREQUENCY: EA
A12425, (7067{4)
SCREW, MACHINE:
EA
MS51959-13, (96906)
SCREW, MACHINE:
EA
MS51959-13, (96906)
SCREW, MACHINE:
EA
MS51959-13, (96906)
SCREW, MACRINE:
EA
MS51959-13; (96906)
TRANSFORMER, AUDIO FRQUENCY:
EA
A12426, (706794)
SCREW, MACNINE:
EA
MS51959-13, (96906)
SCREW, MACHINE:
EA
MS51959-13, (96906)
SCREW, MACHINE:
EA
MS51959-13; (96906)
SCREW, MACHINE:
EA
NS51959-13, (96906)
TRANSFORMER, AUDIO FREQUENCY: EA
A12808, (70674)
SCREW, MACHINE:
EA
MS51959-13; (96906)
(5)
(8)
1 YR
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
CNTGCY
(9)
DEPOT
MAINT
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
1
*
1
*
QTY
INC
IN
UNIT
(6)
30 DAY DS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(7)
30 DAY GS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(c)
51-100
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(c)
51-100
(10)
ILLUSTRATION
(a)
FIG
NO.
(b)
ITEM NO. OR
REFERENCE
DESIGNATION
*
3-16
A8A1R80
*
3-16
A8A1Q11
2
ABA1Q11H1
EA
2
**
A8A1Q11H2
2
*
*
A8A1Q11H3
1
REF
REF
A8A1E4
1
REF
REF
A8AE14H1
1
REF
REF
A8A1E4H2
1
REF
REF
A8A1E5
1
REF
REF
A8A1E5H1
1
REF
REF
A8A1ER5H2
1
REF
REF
A8A1E5H3
1
REF
REF
A8A1E6
1
*
*
4
REF
REF
3-16
A8A1T2
A8A1T2H1
REF
REP
A8A1T2H2
REF
REF
A8A1T2H3
REF
REF
1
*
*
4
REF
REF
A8A1T3H1
REF
REF
A8A1T3H2
REF
REF
A8A1T3H3
REF
REF
1
*
*
4
REF
REF
B-130
A8A1T2H4
3-16
A8A1T3
A8A1T3H4
3-16
A8A1T5
A8A1T5H1
SECTION II
TM 11-5820-509-35
REPAIR PARTS FOR DIRECT SUPPORT, GENERAL SUPPORT, AND DEPOT MAINTENANCE (CONTINUED)
(1)
SMR
CODE
(2)
FEDERAL
STOCK
NUMBER
P--D
5305-770-2533
P--D
5305-770-2533
P--D
5305-770-2533
P--D
5820-087-2304
P--D
5999-965-5571
P--D
P--D
P--D
P--D
P--D
5910-780-8675
P--D
P--D
P--D
P--D
5910-968-5427
P--D
5910-421-2325
P--D
5910-954-3038
P--D
5910-954-3038
P--D
5910-949-1438
M--D
M--D
P--D
P--D
5305-05-6651
P--D
5935-766-646
P--D
P--D
(3)
DESCRIPTION
Reference Number & Mfr. Code
(4)
Usable
on Code
SCREW, MACHINE:
NS51959-13; (96906)
SCREW, MACHINE:
S51959-13; (96906)
SCREW, MACHINE:
MS51959-13; (96906)
POWER SUPPLY:
PP351SPRC7T; (80058)
ADAPTER, CABLE:
YE1620F32; (09922)
ADAPTER, CABLE:
YE1620F32; (09922)
ADAPTER, CABLE:
YE1620F32; (09922)
ADAPTER, CABLE:
YE1620F32, (09922)
ADAPTER, CABLE:
YE1620F32; (09922)
CAPACITOR, FIXED, ELECTROLYTIC:
600D476G050DE5; (56289)
CAPACITOR, FIXED, ELECTRLYTIC:
600D476G050DE5; (56289)
CAPACITOR, FIXED, ELECTROLYTIC:
600D476G050DE5; (56289)
CAPACITOR, FIXED, ELECTROLYTIC:
600D476G050DE5; (56289)
CAPACITOR, FIXED, ELECTROLYTIC:
600D107G050DJ5; (56289)
CAPACITOR, FIXED, ELECTROLYTIC:
600D136F20050DG5; (56289)
CAPACITOR, FIXED, ELECTROLYTIC:
D42974; (56289)
CAPACITOR, FIXED, ELECTROLYTIC:
D42974; (56289)
CAPACITOR, FIXED, PAPER:
930-0524-000; (13499)
CHASSIS, ELECTRICAL, EQUIPMENT:
549-5835-005; (13499)
CHASSIS, ELECRICAL, EQUIPMENT:
549-6406-004; (13499)
SCREW, MACHINE:
P330-2290-000; (77250)
SCREW, MACHINE:
MS51957-27; (96906)
JACK, TIP:
72-153BLK; (12615)
JACK, TIP:
72-153BRN: (12615)
JACK, TIP:
72-153BRN; (12615)
(5)
(6)
30 DAY DS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(7)
30 DAY GS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(8)
1 YR
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
CNTGCY
(9)
DEPOT
MAINT
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
(10)
ILLUSTRATION
UNIT
OF
MEAS
QTY
INC
IN
UNIT
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A1T5H2
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A1T5H3
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A1T5H4
EA
1
*
*
EA
5
*
*
A8A5E12
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A5E13
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8ASE14
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A5E15
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A5E16
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(c)
51-100
(a)
1-20
*
(b)
21-50
*
(c)
51-100
*
(a)
FIG
NO.
3-4
(b)
ITEM NO. OR
REFERENCE
DESIGNATION
A8A5
EA
4
*
*
3-50
A8A5C25
EA
REF
REF
REF
3-45
A8A5C27
EA
REF
REF
REF
3-45
ABA5C28
EA
REF
REF
REF
3-45
A8A5C29
EA
1
*
*
3-45
A8A5C26
EA
1
*
*
3-50
A8A5C1
EA
2
*
*
3-11
A8A5C19A
EA
REF
REF
REF
3-11
A8ASC19B
EA
1
*
*
3-45
A8A5C16
EA
1
EA
1
EA
1
*
*
A8A5A1H1
EA
2
REF
REF
A8A5A1H2
EA
1
*
*
3-11
A8A5A1J10
EA
2
*
*
3-11
A8A5A1J1
EA
REF
REF
REF
3-11
A8A5A1J11
A8A5MP1
3-11
B-131
A8A5A1
SECTION II
TM 11-5820-509-35
REPAIR PARTS FOR DIRECT SUPPORT, GENERAL SUPPORT, AND DEPOT MAINTENANCE (CONTINUED)
(1)
SMR
CODE
(2)
FEDERAL
STOCK
NUMBER
P--D
5935-061-1363
P--D
5935-08 0-9292
P--D
5935-080-9293
P--D
5935-988-4769
P--D
5935-951-4052
P--D
5935-951-4053
P--D
5935-960-7324
P--D
5935-954-4470
P--D
CLAMP, LOOP:
P--D
5305-05h-6653
P--D
5310-531-9514
P--D
P--D
P--D
5305-054-5637
P--D
5305-054-5637
P--D
5305-054-5638
P--D
P--D
M--D
P--D
5305-685-1490
P--D
5305-764-2964
P--D
5305-764-2964
P--D
5310-782-1349
P--D
5310-782-1349
M-D
(3)
DESCRIPTION
Reference Number & Mfr. Code
(4)
Usable
on Code
JACK, TIP:
72-153RED; (12615)
JACK, TIP:
72-1530RN; (12615)
JACK, TIP:
72-153YEL; (12615)
JACK, TIP:
72-153GRN, (12615)
JACK, TIP:
72-153BLU; (12615)
JACK, TIP:
72-153VI0, (12615)
JACK, TIP.
72-153GRA; (12615)
JACK, TIP:
72-153WHT, (12615)
HP4N; (09922)
SCREW, MACHINE:
MS51957-29; (96906)
WASHER, FLAT:
310-6360-000; (79807)
CONNECTOR, RECEPTACLE:
DCM27W2P; (71h68)
SCREW, MACHINE:
P330-2286-000, (77250)
SCREW, MACHINE:
MS51957-3, (96906)
SCREW, MACHINE:
MS51957-3, (96906)
SCREW, MACHINE:
MS51957-4, (96906)
WASHER, FLAT:
310-6320-00, (79807)
WASHER, FLAT:
310-6320-00; (79807)
COVER, POWER SUPPLY:
549-5815-003, (13499)
SCREW, MACHINE:
P330-2290-000, (77250)
SCREW, MACHINE:
MS51959-4; (96906)
SCREW, MACHINE:
MS51959-4, (96906)
WASHER, FLAT:
310-0045-00, (79807)
WASHER, FLAT:
310-0045-00; (79807)
HARNESS, WIRING, BRANCHED:
549-5810-000, (13499)
UNIT
OF
MEAS
(5)
QTY
INC
IN
UNIT
(6)
30 DAY DS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(7)
30 DAY GS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(c)
51-100
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(c)
51-100
(8)
1 YR
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
CNTGCY
(9)
DEPOT
MAINT
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
(10)
ILLUSTRATION
(a)
FIG
NO.
(b)
ITEM NO. OR
REFERENCE
DESIGNATION
EA
1
*
*
3-11
A8A5A1J2
EA
1
*
*
3-11
A8A5A1J3
EA
1
*
*
3-11
A8A5A1J4
EA
1
*
*
3-11
A8A5A1J5
EA
1
*
*
3-11
A8A5A1J6
EA
1
*
·
3-11
A8A5A1J7
EA
1
*
*
3-11
A8A5A1J8
EA
1
*
*
3-11
A8A5A1J9
EA
1
*
*
A8A5MP2
EA
1
*
*
A8A5MP2H2
EA
1
*
*
A8A5MP2H1
EA
1
*
*
EA
1
*
*
A8A5P1B1
3-45
A8A5P1
EA
2
*
*
A8A5P1H2
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A5P1H3
EA
1
REF
REF
A8A5P1H4
EA
2
REF
REF
A8A5P1H5
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A5P1H6
EA
1
EA
1
REF
REF
A8A5MP3H1
EA
2
REF
REF
A8A5MP3H2
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A5MP3H3
EA
2
REF
REF
A8A5MP3H4
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A5MP3H5
EA
1
A8A5MP3
A8A5W1
B-132
SECTION II
TM 11-5820-509-35
REPAIR PARTS FOR DIRECT SUPPORT, GENERAL SUPPORT, AND DEPOT MAINTENANCE (CONTINUED)
(1)
SMR
CODE
(2)
FEDERAL
STOCK
NUMBER
P--D
5935-034-1097
P--D
5935-034-1097
M--D
P--D
5305-054-6668
P--D
5310-933-8119
M--D
P--D
5305-054-6668
P--D
P--D
P--D
5310-933-8119
M--D
5325-960-2410
M--D
5340-984-0423
M--D
5340-984-0423
P--H-T 6130-088-1381
P--D
X1-D
X1-D
X1-D
X1-D
X1-D
X1-D
X1-D
X1-D
X1-D
X1-D
5305-054-5647
(3)
DESCRIPTION
Reference Number & Mfr. Code
(4)
Usable
on Code
INSERT, CONNECTOR:
DM51157, (71468)
INSERT, CONNECTOR:
DM51157, (71468)
PIN, LOCATING:
549-5836-002, (13499)
SCREW, MACHINE:
MS51957-43, (96906)
WASHER, LOCK, SPLIT:
MS35338-137, (96906)
PIN, LOCATING:
549-5836-002; (13499)
SCREW, MACHINE:
MS51957-43, (96906)
WASHER, FLAT:
310-0048-000; (79807)
WASHER, FLAT:
310-0048-000; (79807)
WASHER, LOCK, SPLIT:
MS35338-137, (96906)
PLASTIC CHANNEL:
MS21266-1N, (96906)
POST, HEXAGON-TAPPED:
549-5811-002, (13499)
POST, HEXAGON-TAPPED:
549-5811-002, (13499)
POWER SUPPLY SUBASSEMBLY-1:
549-5831-004; (13499)
SCREW, MACHINE:
MS51957-13, (96906)
BOARD, TERMINAL-POWER SUPPLY:
549-5833-004, (13499)
CAPACITOR, FIXED, CERAMIC:
CK60AW102M, (81349)
CAPACITOR, FIXED, CERAMIC:
CK60AW102M, (81349)
CAPACITOR, FIXED, CERAMIC:
20C119, (56289)
CAPACITOR, FIXED, CERAMIC:
20C119, (56289)
CAPACITOR, FIXED, CERAMIC:
20C119, (56289)
CAPACITOR, FIXED, CERAMIC:
20C119, (56289)
CAPACITOR, FIXED, CERAMIC:
20C119, (56289)
CAPACITOR, FIXED, CERAMIC:
20C119, (56289)
CAPACITOR, FIXED, CERAMIC:
20C119, (56289)
UNIT
OF
MEAS
(5)
QTY
INC
IN
UNIT
(6)
30 DAY DS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(7)
30 DAY GS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(c)
51-100
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(c)
51-100
(8)
1 YR
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
CNTGCY
(9)
DEPOT
MAINT
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
(10)
ILLUSTRATION
(a)
FIG
NO.
(b)
ITEM NO. OR
REFERENCE
DESIGNATION
EA
2
*
*
A8A5P1A1
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A5P1A2
EA
2
EA
1
*
*
A8A5MP4H1
EA
1
*
*
A8A5MP4H2
A
REF
EA
1
REF
REF
EA
2
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A5MP5H3
EA
1
REF
REF
A8A5MPS5H4
EA
2
A8A5MP6
EA
2
A8A5MP7
EA
REF
A8A5MP8
EA
1
EA
4
EA
1
3-47
A8A5E1E1
EA
2
3-47
A8A5E1C18
EA
REF
3-47
A8A5E1C21
EA
12
3-47
A8A5E1C3
EA
REF
3-47
A8A5E1C4
EA
REF
3-47
A8A5E1C5
EA
REF
3-47
A8A5E1C6
EA
REF
3-47
A8A5E1C7
EA
REF
3-47
A8A5E1C8
EA
REF
3-47
A8A5E1C9
A8A5MP4
A8A5MP5
A8A5MP5H1
*
*
B-133
*
*
A8A5MP5H2
*
*
REF
REF
3-11
A8A5E1
A8A5E1H4
SECTION II
TM 11-5820-509-35
REPAIR PARTS FOR DIRECT SUPPORT, GENERAL SUPPORT, AND DEPOT MAINTENANCE (CONTINUED)
(1)
SMR
CODE
X1-D
X1-D
X1-D
X1-D
X1-D
X1-D
X1-D
X1-D
X1-D
X1-D
X1-D
X1-D
X1-D
X1-D
X1-D
X1-D
X1-D
X1-D
X1-D
X1-D
X1-D
X1-D
X1-D
X1-D
X1-D
(2)
FEDERAL
STOCK
NUMBER
(3)
DESCRIPTION
Reference Number & Mfr. Code
(4)
Usable
on Code
CAPACITOR, FIXED, CERAMIC:
20C119; (56289)
CAPACITOR, FIXED, CERAMIC:
20C119; (56289)
CAPACITOR, FIXED, CERAMIC:
20C119; (56289)
CAPACITOR, FIXED, CERAMIC:
20C119; (56289)
CAPACITOR, FIXED, CERAMIC:
20C119; (56289)
CAPACITOR, FIXED, CERAMIC:
DD16-103; (71590)
SEMICONDUCTOR DEVICE,DIODE:
1N3641; (07688)
SEMICONDUCTOR DEVICE, DIODE:
1N3641, (07688)
SEMICONDUCTOR DEVICE, DIODE:
lN3641; (07688)
SEMICONDUCTOR DEVICE, DIODE:
1N3641; (07688)
SEMICONDUCTOR DEVICE, DIODE:
1N3641; (07688)
SEMICONDUCTOR DEVICE, DIODE:
1N3641; (07688)
SEMICONDUCTOR DEVICE, DIODE:
1N3641, (07688)
SEMICONDUCTOR DEVICE, DIODE:
1N3641, (07688)
SEMICONDUCTOR DEVICE, DIODE:
1N3641; (07688)
SEMICONDUCTOR DEVICE DIODE:
1N3641; (07688)
SEMICONDUCTOR DEVICE, DIODE:
1N3641, (07688)
SEMICONDUCTOR DEVICE, DIODE:
1N3641; (07688)
CONDUCTOR DEVICE, DIODE:
1N3641; (07688)
SEDCONDUCTOR DEVICE, DIODE:
1N3641, (07688)
SEMCOIIUCTOR DEVICE, DIODE:
1N3641, (07688)
SEMICONDUCTOR DEVICE, DIODE:
1N3641; (07688)
SEMICONDUCTOR DEVICE, DIODE:
1N3641; (07688)
SEMICONDUCTOR DEVICE, DIODE:
1N3641, (07688)
SEMICONDUCTOR DEVICE, DIODE:
1N3641; (07688)
(5)
UNIT
OF
MEAS
QTY
INC
IN
UNIT
EA
(6)
30 DAY DS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(7)
30 DAY GS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(8)
1 YR
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
CNTGCY
(9)
DEPOT
MAINT
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
(10)
ILLUSTRATION
(a)
FIG
NO.
(b)
ITEM NO. OR
REFERENCE
DESIGNATION
REF
3-47
A8A5E1C10
EA
REF
3-47
A8A5E1C11
EA
REF
3-47
A8A5E1C12
EA
REF
3-17
A8A5E1C13
EA
REF
3-47
A8A5E1C14
EA
1
3-7T
A8A5E1C15
EA
20
3-46
A8A5E1CR6
EA
REF
3-46
A8A5E1CR7
EA
REF
3-46
A8A5E1CR8
EA
REF
3-6
A8A5E1CR9
EA
REF
3-46
A8A5E1CR10
EA
REF
3-6
A8A5E1CR11
EA
REF
3-46
A8A5E1CR12
EA
REF
3-46
A8A5E1CR13
EA
REF
3-46
A8A5E1CR14
EA
REF
3-46
A8A5E1CR15
EA
REF
3-46
ARA5E1CR16
EA
REF
3-46
A8A5E1CR17
EA
REF
3-46
A8A5E1CR18
EA
REF
3-46
A8A5E1CR19
EA
REF
3-46
A8A5E1CR20
EA
REF
3-46
A8A5E1CR21
EA
REF
3-46
A8A5E1CR22
EA
REF
3-46
A8A5E1CP23
EA
REF
3-46
A8A5E1CR24
(a)
1-20
B-134
(b)
21-50
(c)
51-100
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(c)
51-100
SECTION II
TM 11-5820-509-35
REPAIR PARTS FOR DIRECT SUPPORT, GENERAL SUPPORT, AND DEPOT MAINTENANCE (CONTINUED)
(1)
SMR
CODE
(2)
FEDERAL
STOCK
NUMBER
X1-D
P--H-T 5820-950-4464
P--D
5305-054-5649
X1-D
X1-D
X1-D
X1-D
X1-D
X1-D
X1-D
X1-D
P-H-T
6130-088-1380
P--D
5310-614-3500
P--D
5305-763-7822
P-D
X1-D
X1-D
X1-D
X1-D
X1-D
X1-D
X1-D
X1-D
X1-D
P-D
5950-984-2278
(3)
DESCRIPTION
Reference Number & Mfr. Code
(4)
Usable
on Code
SEMICONDUCTOR DEVICE, DIODE:
lN3641, (07688)
POWER SUPPLY SUBASSEMBLY-2:
519-5823-003, (13499)
SCREW, MACHINE:
MS51957-15, (96906)
BOARD, PRINTED CIRCUIT:
549-5825-003, (13499)
CAPACITOR, FIXED, PAPER:
SDB1K03154M, (53021)
RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITION:
RCR2OG474JS; (813149)
RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITION:
RCR20G0474JS; (81349)
RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITION:
RCR32G123KS, (81349)
RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITION:
RCR32G104KS, (81349)
RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITION:
RCR32G224KS; (81349)
RESISTOR, FIXED, CPOSWWITION:
RCR32G684KS; (81349)
POWER SUPPLY SUBASSEMBLY-3:
549-5827-003, (13499)
NUT, SELF-LOCKING, HEXAGON:
68-1660-40, (72962)
SCREW, MACHINE:
MS51959-14, (96906)
WASHER, FLAT:
310-6340-000, (79807)
BOARD,- TERMINAL NO. 3:
549-5829-003, (13499)
SEMICONDUCTOR DEVICE, DIODE:
1N3641, (07688)
SEMICONDUCTOR DEVICE, DIODE:
1N3641; (07688)
SEMICONDUCTOR DEVICE, DIODE:
1N3641, (07688)
SEMICONDUCTOR DEVICE, DIODE:
1N3641, (07688)
SEMICONDUCTOR DEVICE, DIODE:
1N3641, (07688)
SEMICONDUCTOR DEVICE, DIODE:
1N3641, (07688)
SEMICONDUCTOR DEVICE, DIODE:
IN3641, (07688)
SEMICONDUCTOR DEVICE, DIODE:
1N3641, (07688)
REACTOR:
A12408, (70674)
(5)
(6)
30 DAY DS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(7)
30 DAY GS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(8)
1 YR
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
CNTGCY
(9)
DEPOT
MAINT
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
(10)
ILLUSTRATION
UNIT
OF
MEAS
QTY
INC
IN
UNIT
EA
REF
EA
1
EA
4
EA
1
3-48
A8A5E2E1
EA
1
3-48
A8A5E2C2
EA
2
3-48
A8A5E2R2
EA
REF
3-48
A8A5E2R5
EA
1
3-48
A8A5E2R1
EA
1
3-48
A8A5E2R17
EA
1
3-48
A8A5E2R16
EA
1
3-48
A8A5E2R15
EA
1
*
*
3-45
A8A5E3
EA
2
REF
REF
A8A5E3H2
EA
2
REF
REF
A8A5E3H2
EA
2
REF
REF
A8A5E3H2
EA
1
3-49
A8A5E3E1
EA
8
3-49
A8A5E3CR1
EA
REF
3-49
A8A5E3CR2
EA
REF
3-49
A8A5E3CR3
EA
REF
3-49
A8A5E3CR4
EA
REF
3-49
A8A5E3CR26
EA
REF
3-49
ABA5E3CR27
EA
REF
3-49
A8A5E3CR28
EA
REF
3-49 A8A5E3CR29
EA
1
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(c)
51-100
(a)
1-20
*
*
(b)
21-50
*
*
(c)
51-100
*
*
*
*
*
*
5
B-135
(a)
FIG
NO.
(b)
ITEM NO. OR
REFERENCE
DESIGNATION
3-46
A8A5E1CR25
3-11
A8A5E2
A8A5E2H4
2
3-45
A8A5L1
SECTION II
TM 11-5820-509-35
REPAIR PARTS FOR DIRECT SUPPORT, GENERAL SUPPORT, AND DEPOT MAINTENANCE (CONTINUED)
(1)
SMR
CODE
(2)
FEDERAL
STOCK
NUMBER
P--D
5305-685-1490
P--D
5305-685-1490
P--D
6110-960-7341
P--D
5305-054-5648
P--D
5310-058-3599
X1-D
X1-D
X1-D
X1-D
X1-D
X1-D
X1-D
X1-D
X1-D
X1-D
X1-D
X1-D
X1-D
X1-D
X1-D
X1-D
X1-D
X1-D
X1-D
X1-D
(3)
DESCRIPTION
Reference Number & Mfr. Code
(4)
Usable
on Code
SCREW, MACHINE
P330-2290-000; (77250)
SCREW, MACHINE:
P330-2290-000, (77250)
REGULATOR SUBASSEMBLY, VOLTAGE:
553-9717-004, (13499)
SCREW, MACHINE:
MS51957-14, (96906)
WASHER, LOCK:
MS35335-51; (96906)
BRACKET, VOLTAGE REGULATOR:
553-9716-003, (13499)
HOLDER, TRANSISTOR:
A51043; (08289)
HOLDER, TRANSISTOR:
A51043, (08289)
RESISTOR, FIXED, FILM:
RN60D4220F; (81349)
RESISTOR, FIXED, FILM:
RN60DD220F; (81349)
RESISTOR, FIXED, FILM:
RN60D464OF, (81349)
RESISTOR, FIXED, FILM:
RN60D2151F, (81349)
SEMICONDUCTOR DEVICE, DIODE:
1N757, (07688)
TERMINAL, LUG:
2104-04-01-2520N; (78189)
NUT, SELF-LOCKING, HEXAGON:
MS21044D04, (96906)
SCREW, MACHINE:
MS51957-14, (96906)
TRANSISTOR:
2N697, (07688)
TRANSISTOR:
2N697, (07688)
TRANSISTOR:
211485; (07688)
NUT, SELF-LOCKING, HEXAGON:
MS21044D04, (96906)
NUT, SELF-LOCKING, HEXAGON:
MS21o44DO; (96906)
SCREW, MACHINE:
MS51957-'5, (96906)
SCREW, MACHINE:
MS51957-15; (96906)
WASHER, FLAT:
504-0730-003, (13499)
WASHER, FLAT:
504-0730-003, (13499)
UNIT
OF
MEAS
(5)
QTY
INC
IN
UNIT
EA
2
(6)
30 DAY DS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(7)
30 DAY GS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(c)
51-100
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(c)
51-100
(8)
1 YR
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
CNTGCY
(9)
DEPOT
MAINT
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
REF
REF
(10)
ILLUSTRATION
(a)
FIG
NO.
(b)
ITEM NO. OR
REFERENCE
DESIGNATION
A8A5L1H1
EA
REF
REF
REF
EA
1
*
*
A8A5L1H2
EA
1
REF
REF
A8A5TB1H1
EA
1
REF
REF
A8A5TB1H1
EA
1
A8A5TB1MP1
EA
2
A8A5TB1MP2
EA
REF
EA
2
3-51
A8A5TB1R21
EA
REF
3-51
A8A5TB1R23
EA
1
3-51
A8A5TB1R19
EA
1
3-51
ABA5TB1R20
EA
1
3-51
A8A5TB1CR31
EA
1
A8A5TB1E1
EA
1
A8A5TB1E1H1
EA
1
EA
2
3-51
A8A5TB1Q1
EA
REF
3-51
A8A5TB1Q2
EA
1
3-51
A8A5TB1Q3
EA
2
A8A5TB1Q3HI
EA
REF
A8A5TB1Q3H2
EA
2
A8A5TB1Q3H3
EA
REF
A8A5TB1Q3H4
EA
2
A8A5TB1Q3H5
EA
REF
A8A5TB1Q3H6
3-50
A8A5TB1
A8A5TB1MP3
A8A5TB1E1H2
B-136
SECTION II
TM 11-5820-509-35
REPAIR PARTS FOR DIRECT SUPPORT, GENERAL SUPPORT, AND DEPOT MAINTENANCE (CONTINUED)
(1)
SMR
CODE
(2)
FEDERAL
STOCK
NUMBER
X1-D
X1-D
P--D
5945-984-1796
P--D
5305-777-6039
P--D
5305-777-6039
P--D
5905-900-0431
P--D
5905-221-5860
P--D
5905-279-1979
P--D
P--D
P--D
P--D
5905-982-3329
P--D
5905-088-0635
P--D
5905-819-1340
P--D
P--D
5305-054-5638
P--D
5310-275-9230
P--D
5310-551-9286
P--D
P--D
P--D
5305-054-5638
P--D
5310-275-9230
P--D
5310-551-9286
P--D
5905-682-1379
P--D
(3)
DESCRIPTION
Reference Number & Mfr. Code
(4)
Usable
on Code
WASHER, NONMETALLIC:
302-0024-00C, (05284)
WASHER, NONMETALLIC:
302-0024-000; (05284)
RELAY, ARMATURE:
45-4594, (04221)
SCREW, MACHINE:
MS51959-12, (96906)
SCREW, MACHINE:
MS51959-12, (96906)
RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITION:
RCR20G473KS, (81349)
RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITION:
RCR200334KS, (81349)
RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITION:
RC42GF101K, (81349)
RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITION:
RC42GF104K, (81349)
RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITION:
RC42GF105K; (81349)
RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITION:
RC42GF105K, (81349)
RESISTOR, FIXED, WIRE WOUND:
RW69V221, (81349)
RESISTOR, FIXED, WIRE WOUND:
RW69V471, (81349)
RESISTOR, VARIABLE, WIRE WOUND:
224L1-201, (80294)
SCREW, MACHINE:
330-2352-000, (70601)
SCREW, MACHINE:
MS51957-4, (96906)
WASHER, FLAT:
310-0044-000, (79807)
WASHER, NONMETALLIC:
302-0023-000, (05284)
RESISTOR, VARIABLE, WIRE WOUND:
224L1-503, (80294)
SCREW, MACHINE:
330-2352-000, (70601)
SCREW, MACHINE:
MS51957-4, (96906)
WASHER, FLAT:
310-0044-000, (79807)
WASHER, NONMETALLIC:
302-0023-000, (05284)
RESISTOR, VARIABLE, WIRE WOUND:
224L2-104, (80294)
SCREW, MACHINE:
330-2352-000; (70601)
UNIT
OF
MEAS
(5)
QTY
INC
IN
UNIT
(6)
30 DAY DS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(7)
30 DAY GS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(c)
51-100
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(c)
51-100
(8)
1 YR
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
CNTGCY
(9)
DEPOT
MAINT
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
(10)
ILLUSTRATION
(a)
FIG
NO.
(b)
ITEM NO. OR
REFERENCE
DESIGNATION
EA
2
A8A5TB1Q3H7
EA
REF
EA
1
*
*
EA
2
REF
REF
A8A5K1H1
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A6K1H2
EA
1
*
*
EA
1
*
EA
1
*
EA
1
*
A8A5TB1Q3H8
3-50
A8A5K1
3-45
A8A5R14
3-45
A8A5R12
*
3-45
A8A5R9
*
3-45
A8A5R10
EA
2
*
*
3-45
A8A5R6
EA
REF
REF
REF
3-45
A8A5R7
EA
1
*
*
3-45
A8A5R24
EA
1
*
*
3-45
A8A5R11
EA
1
*
*
3-11
A8A5R22
EA
1
REF
REF
A8A5R22H1
EA
1
REF
REF
A8A5R22H2
EA
1
REF
REF
A8A5R22H3
EA
1
*
*
EA
1
*
*
EA
1
REF
REF
A8A5R3K1
EA
1
REF
REF
A8A5R3H2
EA
1
REF
REF
A8A5R3H3
EA
1
REF
REF
EA
1
*
*
EA
1
REF
REF
B-137
A8A5R22H4
3-11
A8A5R3
A8A5R3H4
3-11
A8A5R4
A8A544H1
SECTION II
TM 11-5820-509-35
REPAIR PARTS FOR DIRECT SUPPORT, GENERAL SUPPORT, AND DEPOT MAINTENANCE (CONTINUED)
(1)
SMR
CODE
(2)
FEDERAL
STOCK
NUMBER
P--D
5305-054-5638
P--D
5310-275-9230
P--D
5310-551-9286
P--D
5910-986-7754
P--D
5305-054-6652
P--D
5310-531-9514
P--D
5935-840-5485
P--D
5310-614-3500
P--D
5310-611-3500
P--D
5305-685-1490
P--D
5305-685-1490
P--D
5935-840-5485
P--D
5310-614-3500
P--D
5305-685-1490
P--D
5305-685-1490
P--D
5310-058-3599
P--D
5340-975-7637
P--D
5305-685-1490
P--D
P--D
P--D
5310-938-20 13
P--D
P--D
5310-928-2690
P--D
P--D
5310-275-0889
(3)
DESCRIPTION
Reference Number & Mfr. Code
(4)
Usable
on Code
SCREW, MACHINE:
MS51957-4; (96906)
WASHER, FLAT:
310-0044-000, (79807)
WASHER, NONMETALLIC:
302-0023-000, (05284)
RETAINER, CAPACITOR:
549-5813-003, (13499)
SCREW, MACHINE:
MS51957-28; (96906)
WASHER, FLAT:
310-6360-000, (79807)
SOCKET, ELECTRON TUBE:
88-8TM, (02660)
NUT, SELF-LOCKING, HEXAGON:
68-1660-40, (72962)
NUT, SELF-LOCKING, HEXAGON:
68-1660-40; (72962)
SCREW, MACHINE:
P330-2290-000; (77250)
SCREW, MACHINE:
P330-2290-000, (77250)
SOCKET, ELECTRON TUBE:
88-8TM; (02660)
NUT, SELF-LOCKIING, HEXAGON:
68-1660-10; (72962)
SCREW, MACHINE:
P330-2290-000; (77250)
SCREW, MACHINE:
P330-2290-000, (77250)
WASHER, LOCK:
MS35335-51; (96906)
TERMINAL, GROUND:
549-5709-002; (13499)
SCREW, MACHINE:
P330-2290-000; (77250)
WASHER, LOCK:
MS35338-135; (96906)
TERMINAL, LUG:
4040-2HT; (77147)
NUT, PLAIN, HEXAGON:
MS35649-224; (96906)
SCREW, MACHINE:
P330-2285-000; (77250)
WASHER, LOCK:
MS35338-134; (96906)
TERMINAL, LUG:
2104-04-01-2520N; (78189)
NUT, PLAIN, HEXAGON:
P313-0132-000; (77250)
UNIT
OF
MEAS
(5)
QTY
INC
IN
UNIT
(6)
30 DAY DS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(7)
30 DAY GS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(c)
51-100
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(c)
51-100
(8)
1 YR
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
CNTGCY
(9)
DEPOT
MAINT
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
(10)
ILLUSTRATION
(a)
FIG
NO.
(b)
ITEM NO. OR
REFERENCE
DESIGNATION
EA
1
REF
REF
A8A5R4H2
EA
1
REF
REF
A8A5R4H3
EA
1
REF
REF
A8A5R4H4
EA
1
*
*
A8A5MP9
EA
1
*
*
A8A5MP9H1
EA
1
REF
REF
EA
2
*
*
EA
2
REF
REF
A8A5XC19H1
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A5XC19H2
EA
2
REF
REF
A8A5XC19H3
E/
REF
REF
REF
ABA5XC19H4
EA
REF
REF
REF
EA
1
REF
REF
A8A5XC20H1
EA
2
REF
REF
A8A5XC20H2
EA
REF
REF
REF-'
A8ASXC20H3
EA
1
REF
REF
A8ASXC20H4
EA
1
REF
REF
A8A5E4
EA
1
REF
REF
A8A5E4H1
EA
1
REF
REF
A8A5E14H2
EA
1
REF
REF
A8A5E5
EA
1
*
*
A8A5E5H1
EA
1
*
*
A8A5E5H2
EA
1
REF
REF
A8A5E5H3
EA
1
REF
REF
A8A5E6
EA
1
REF
REF
A8A5E6H1
B-138
A8A5MP9H2
3-45
3-45
A8A5XC19
A8A5XC20
SECTION II
TM 11-5820-509-35
REPAIR PARTS FOR DIRECT SUPPORT, GENERAL SUPPORT, AND DEPOT MAINTENANCE (CONTINUED)
(1)
SMR
CODE
P--D
(2)
FEDERAL
STOCK
NUMBER
5305-054-5647
P--D
P--D
5940-259-8457
P--D
5305-054-5646
P--D
5940-259-8457
P--D
5940-259-8457
P--D
5305-777-6039
P--D
5940-259-8457
P--D
5305-777-6039
P--D
5940-259-8457
P--D
5940-255-3907
P--D
5305-054-5646
P--D
P--D
5950-432-6475
P--D
53106-8660
P--D
5305-054-6660
P--D
5310-275-1347
P--D
5310-275-1347
P--D
5310-929-6395
P--D
5950-982-3748
P--D
5305-763-6963
P--D
5305-763-6963
P--D
5305-054-6653
P--D
5305-054-6653
A-H-T
(3)
DESCRIPTION
Reference Number & Mfr. Code
(4)
Usable
on Code
UNIT
OF
MEAS
SCREW, MACHINE:
MS51957-13; (96906)
WASHER, LOCK:
MS35338-135; (96906)
TERMINAL, STUD:
RTMT12M; (91663)
SCREW, MACHINE:
MS51957-12; (96906)
TERMINAL, STUD:
RTMT12M; (91663)
TERMINAL, STUD:
RTWT12M; (91663)
SCREW, MACHINE:
MS51959-12; (96906)
TERMINAL, STUD:
RTMT12M; (91663)
SCREW, MACHINE:
MS51959-12; (96906)
TERMINAL, STUD:
RTWT12M, (91663)
TERMINAL, STUD
504-7415-002; (13499)
SCREW, MACHINE:
MS51957-12; (96906)
WASHER, LOCK:
MS35338-135; (96906)
TRANSFORMER, POWER, STEP-DOWN:
526-6052-001; (13499)
NUT, PLAIN, HEXAGON:
P313-0045-000; (77250)
SCREW, MACHINE:
MS51957-36; (96906)
WASHER, FLAT:
310-0046-000; (79807)
WASHER, FLAT:
310-0046-000; (79807)
WASHER, LOCK:
310-0071-000; (79807)
TRANSFORMER, POWER:
BC3069; (97315)
SCREW, MACHINE:
MS51959-28; (96906)
SCREW, MACHINE:
MS51959-28, (96906)
SCREW, MACHINE:
MS51957-29; (96906)
SCREW, MACHINE:
MS51957-29; (96906)
CHASSIS, ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT:
CH474PRC47, (80058)
(5)
QTY
INC
IN
UNIT
(6)
30 DAY DS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(7)
30 DAY GS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(c)
51-100
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(c)
51-100
(8)
1 YR
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
CNTGCY
(9)
DEPOT
MAINT
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
(10)
ILLUSTRATION
(a)
FIG
NO.
(b)
ITEM NO. OR
REFERENCE
DESIGNATION
EA
1
REF
REF
A8A5E17H2
EA
1
REF
REF
A8A5E17H3
EA
5
REF
REF
A8A5E7
EA
1
REF
REF
EA
REF
REF
REF
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A5E9
EA
1
REF
REF
A8A50H1
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A5E10
EA
1
REF
REF
A8A5E10H1
EA
REF
REF
REF
EA
1
*
*
EA
1
REF
REF
A8A5E18H1
EA
1
REF
REF
ABA5E18H2
EA
1
*
*
EA
1
*
*
A8A5T2H1
EA
1
*
*
A8A5T2H2
EA
2
REF
REF
A8A5T2H3
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A5T2H4
EA
1
*
*
EA
1
*
*
EA
2
*
*
A8A5T1H1
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A5T1H2
EA
2
REF
REF
A8A5T1H3
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A5T1H4
EA
1
A8A5E7H1
3-45
3-45
A8A5E8
A8A5E11
A8A5E18
3-45
A8A5T2
A8AST2HR5
3-11
A8A5T1
A8A4
B-139
SECTION II
TM 11-5820-509-35
REPAIR PARTS FOR DIRECT SUPPORT, GENERAL SUPPORT, AND DEPOT MAINTENANCE (CONTINUED)
(1)
SMR
CODE
(2)
FEDERAL
STOCK
NUMBER
P--D
5330-558-2310
P--D
5305-78-9882
P--D
P--D
P--D
P--D
5940-728-3622
P--D
5940-728-3622
P--D
5935-892-9923
P--D
5935-892-9923
P--D
5935-892-9923
P--D
5935-892-9923
P--D
5935-892-9923
P--D
5935-892-9923
P--D
6625-984-1076
P-D
5305-182-9459
P-D
P--D
P--D
P--H-T 5820-168-1598
P--D
5305-054-6652
P--D
5305-054-6651
X1-D
X1-D
X1-D
X1-D
(3)
DESCRIPTION
Reference Number & Mfr. Code
(4)
Usable
on Code
GASKET, O-RING:
MS9021-013; (96906)
SCREW, SEALING:
548-7976-003; (13499)
ADAPTER, CABLE:
YE1620F32, (09922)
ADAPTER, CABLE:
YE1620F32; (09922)
ADAPTER, CABLE:
YE1620F32; (09922)
ADAPTER, CABLE:
YE1216F32; (09922)
ADAPTER, CABLE:
YE1216F32; (09922)
ADAPTER, PIN TO CONNECTOR:
549-6148-002; (13499)
ADAPTER, PIN TO CONNECTOR:
549-6148-002; (13499)
ADAPTER, PIN TO CONNECTOR:
549-6148-002; (13499)
ADAPTER, PIN TO CONNECTOR:
549-6148-002, (13499)
ADAPTER, PIN TO CONNECTOR:
549-6148-002, (13499)
ADAPTER, PIN TO CONNECTOR:
549-6148-O02; (13499)
AMMETER, DC:
59-7159; (11707)
SCREW, MACHINE:
P343-0023-000, (77250)
SCREW, MACHINE:
P343-0023-000; (77250 )
SCREW, MACHINE:
P343-0023-000; (77250)
SCREW, MACHINE:
P343-0023-000, (77250)
AMPLIFIER SUBASSEMBLY:
549-6230-004; (13499)
SCREW, MACHINE:
MS51957-28; (96906)
SCREW, MACHINE:
MS51957-27; (96906)
CAPACITOR, FIXED, CERAMIC:
20C95; (56289)
CAPACITOR, FIXED, CERAMIC:
36C228A3; (56289)
CAPACITOR, FIXED, CERAMIC:
CK13BX103M; (81349)
CAPACITOR, FIXED, CERAMIC:
CK13BX103M; (81349)
UNIT
OF
MEAS
(5)
QTY
INC
IN
UNIT
(6)
30 DAY DS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(7)
30 DAY GS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(c)
51-100
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(c)
51-100
(8)
1 YR
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
CNTGCY
(9)
DEPOT
MAINT
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
(10)
*
*
A8A4H5
ILLUSTRATION
(a)
FIG
NO.
(b)
ITEM NO. OR
REFERENCE
DESIGNATION
EA
5
EA
5
*
*
A8A4H5
EA
3
REF
REF
A8A4E9
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A4E10
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A4E11
EA
2
*
*
A8A4E2
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A4E13
EA
6
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A4E14
A8AhE15
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A4E16
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A4E17
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A4E18
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A4E19
EA
1
·
*
ABA4M01
EA
4
*
*
A8A4K101H1
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A4M101H2
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A4101H3
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A4M101H4
EA
1
*
*
A8A4A
EA
2
REF
REF
A8A4A1H2
EA
2
REF
REF
EA
1
3-66
A8A4A1C101
EA
1
3-66
A8A4AC139
EA
2
3-66
A8A4A1C125
EA
REF
3-66
A8A4A1C126
*
B-140
*
*
A8A4A1H2
SECTION II
TM 11-5820-509-35
REPAIR PARTS FOR DIRECT SUPPORT, GENERAL SUPPORT, AND DEPOT MAINTENANCE (CONTINUED)
(1)
SMR
CODE
X1-D
X1-D
X1-D
X1-D
X1-D
X1-D
X1-D
X1-D
X1-D
X1-D
X1-D
X1-D
XL-D
X1-D
X1-D
X1-D
X1-D
X1-D
X1-D
X1-D
X1-D
X1-D
X1-D
X1-D
X1-D
(2)
FEDERAL
STOCK
NUMBER
(3)
DESCRIPTION
Reference Number & Mfr. Code
(4)
Usable
on Code
CAPACITOR, FIXED, CERAMIC:
HTS127-2000Z; (00656)
CAPACITOR, FIXED, CERAMIC:
6S8084; (56289)
CAPACITOR, FIXED, CERAMIC:
6S8084, (56289)
CAPACITOR, FIXED, CERAMC:
CM05ED680J03; (81349)
CHASSIS, ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT:
549-6219-003; (13499)
SCREW, MACHINE:
P343-0172-00; (77250)
WASHER, FLAT:
310-0046-000; (79807)
WASHER, NONMETALLIC:
302-0026-000; (05284)
JACK, TIP:
72-14O-1; (12615)
JACK, TIP:
72-140-2; (12615)
JACK, TIP:
72-140-3, (12615)
JACK, TIP:
72-140-4; (12615)
JACK, TIP:
72-140-5, (12615)
CHASSIS, ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT:
549-6221-003; (13499)
SCREW, MACHINE:
P343-0172-00, (77250)
SCREW, MACHINE:
P343-0172-00; (77250)
WASHER, FLAT:
310-0046-000: (79807)
WASHER, FLAT:
310-0046-000; (79807)
WASHER, NONMETALLIC:
302-0026-000, (052814)
WASHER, NONMETALLIC:
302-0026-000, (05284)
WASHER, NONMETALLIC:
302-0026-000, (05284 )
WASHER, NONMETALLIC:
302-0026-000; (05284)
COIL, RADIO FREQUENCY:
MS16221-1, (96906)
COIL, RADIO FREQUENCY:
MS16221-1; (96906)
COIL, RADIO FREQUENCY:
LT10K043; (81349)
UNIT
OF
MEAS
EA
(5)
QTY
INC
IN
UNIT
(6)
30 DAY DS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(7)
30 DAY GS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(c)
51-100
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(c)
51-100
(8)
1 YR
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
CNTGCY
(9)
DEPOT
MAINT
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
(10)
ILLUSTRATION
(a)
FIG
NO.
(b)
ITEM NO. OR
REFERENCE
DESIGNATION
1
3-66
A8A4A1C141
EA
2
3-66
A8A4A1C103
EA
REF
3-66
A8A4A1C104
EA
1
3-66
A8A4A1C140
EA
1
A8A4A1A1
EA
2
A8A4A1A1H2
EA
1
A8A4A1A1H1
EA
4
EA
1
3-66
A8A4A1A1J1
EA
1
366
A8A4A1A1J2
EA
1
366
A8A4A1A1J3
EA
1
3-66
A8A4A1A1J4
EA
1
3-66
A8A4A1A1J5
EA
1
A8A4A1MP1
EA
2
A8A4hAMP1H1
EA
REF
A8A4A1MP1H2
EA
2
A8A4A1MP1H3
EA
REF
A8A4A1MP1H4
EA
4
A8A4A1MP1H5
EA
REF
A8A4A1MP1lH6
EA
REF
A8A4A1MP1H7
EA
REF
A8A4A1MP1H8
A8A4A1A1H4
FA
2
3-66
A8A4A1L120
EA
REF
3-66
A8A4A1L121
EA
1
3-66
A8A4AL102
B-141
SECTION II
TM 11-5820-509-35
REPAIR PARTS FOR DIRECT SUPPORT, GENERAL SUPPORT, AND DEPOT MAINTENANCE (CONTINUED)
(1)
SMR
CODE
(2)
FEDERAL
STOCK
NUMBER
X1-D
X1-D
X1-D
X1-D
X1-D
X1-D
X1-D
X1-D
X1-D
X1-D
X1-D
P--D
5905-251-6530
P--D
5975-987-8829
P--D
6250-984-1092
P--D
5305-616-2568
P--D
X1-D
X1-D
X1-D
P--D
3120-709-5460
P--D
3120-709-5460
P--D
3120-709-5460
P--D
3120-709-5460
P--D
3120-709-5460
P--D
3120-709-5460
(3)
DESCRIPTION
Reference Number & Mfr. Code
(4)
Usable
on Code
COIL, RADIO FREQUENCY:
LT10K053, (81349)
RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITION:
RCR20C103KS, (81349)
RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITION:
RCR20CG103KS; (81349)
RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITION:
RCR2OG273KS, ( 81349)
RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITION:
RCR32G222KS, (81349)
RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITION:
RCR32G473KS, (81349)
RESISTOR, FIXED, CO4POSITION:
RCR32G125KS; (81349)
RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITION:
RC42GF101K, (81349)
SEMICONDUCTOR DEVICE, DIODE:
JAN1N663, (81350)
SOCKET, ELECTRON TUBE:
122-248-202, (74970)
TERMINAL, LUG:
614B, (57714 )
ATTENUATOR, VARIABLE:
28156, (01121)
BOOT, DUST AND MOISTURE SEAL:
N9033-1-4, (97539)
BASE, LAMPHOLDER:
549-6141-002, (13499)
SCREW, MACHINE:
P34 3-0285-000, (77250)
WASHER, LOCK:
1804-00, (78189)
BUSHING, SLEEVE:
549-6139-002; (13499)
BUSHING, SLEEVE:
549-6139-002, (13499)
PLATE, MOUNTING, LAMPHOLDER:
549-6140-002, (13499)
BEARING, SLEEVE:
6L2FF; (96881)
BEARING, SLEEVE:
6L2FF, (96881)
BEARING, SLEEVE:
6L2FF; (96881)
BEARING, SLEEVE:
6L2FF, (96881)
BEARING, SLEEVE:
6L2FF; (96881)
BEARING, SLEEVE:
6L2FF, (96881)
UNIT
OF
MEAS
(5)
QTY
INC
IN
UNIT
(6)
30 DAY DS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(7)
30 DAY GS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(8)
1 YR
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
CNTGCY
(9)
DEPOT
MAINT
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
(10)
ILLUSTRATION
(a)
FIG
NO.
(b)
ITEM NO. OR
REFERENCE
DESIGNATION
1
3-66
A8A4A1L103
EA
2
3-66
A8A4A1R102
EA
REF
3-66
ABA4A1R103
EA
1
3-66
A8A4A1R119
EA
1
3-66
A8A4A1R116
EA
1
3-66
A8A4AR104
EA
1
3-66
A8A4AlR115
EA
1
3-66
A8A4AlR1O8
EA
1
3-66
AA4A1CR101
EA
1
A8A4A1XV101
EA
1
A8A4A1E1
EA
1
*
*
A8A4R11
EA
1
*
*
A8A4R11R1
EA
1
*
*
A8A4A2
EA
2
REF
REF
A8A4A2H2
EA
2
*
*
A8A4A2H2
EA
2
A8A4A24Pl
EA
REF
A8A4A2MP2
EA
1
EA
6
*
*
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A4MP2
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A4MP3
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A4MP4
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A4MP5
EA
REF
REF
REF
AF8A4P6
EA
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(c)
51-100
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(c)
51-100
A8A4A24P3
B-142
A8A4P1
SECTION II
TM 11-5820-509-35
REPAIR PARTS FOR DIRECT SUPPORT, GENERAL SUPPORT, AND DEPOT MAINTENANCE (CONTINUED)
(1)
SMR
CODE
(2)
FEDERAL
STOCK
NUMBER
P--D
3120-793-6354
P--D
3120-793-6354
P--D
6740-618-6314
M--D
P--D
5305-937-2556
P--D
5305-937-2566
M--D
P--D
5305-937-2566
P--D
5305-937-2566
P--D
P--D
5305-054-5649
P--D
X1-D
X1-D
X1-D
X1-D
X1-D
P--H-T 5820-984-7544
X1-D
X1-D
X1-D
X1- D
X1-D
X1-D
X1-D
(3)
DESCRIPTION
Reference Number & Mfr. Code
(4)
Usable
on Code
UNIT
OF
MEAS
BEARING, SLEEVE:
8L2FF, (96881)
BEARING, SLEEVE:
8L2FF, (96881)
BEARING, SLEEVE:
4L4F; (96881)
BLOCK, MOUNTING-REAR:
549-6167-002; (13499)
SCREW, MACHINE:
P330-2296-000; (77250)
SCREW, MACHINE:
P330-2296-000, (77250)
BLOCK, MOUNTING-REAR:
549-6167-002; (13499)
SCREW, MACHINE:
P330-2296-000; (77250)
SCREW, MACHINE:
P330-2296-000, (77250)
BOARD ASSEMBLY, COMPONENT,NO.1:
549-6391-003; (13499)
SCREW, MACHINE:
MS51957-15, (96906)
WASHER, LOCK, SPRING:
MS35338-135, (96906)
BOARD, TERMINAL, NO. 1-FLARED:
549-6390-003, (13499)
RESISTORS, FIXED, WIRE WOUND:
RW69V6R8; (81349)
RESISTOR, FIXED, WIRE WOUND:
RW69V6R8; (81349,
RESISTOR, FIXED, WIRE WOUND:
RW67V471; (81349)
RESISTOR, FIXED, WIRE WOUND:
RW67V471; (81349)
BOARD ASSEMBLY,COMPONENT,NO.6:
549-6395-003; (13499)
BOARD, TERMINAL, NO. 6:
549-6394-003; (13499)
SCREW, MACHINE:
MS51957-15; (96906)
WASHER, FLAT:
310-6325-000, (79807)
WASHER, LOCK, SPRING:
MS35338-135; (96906)
CAPACITOR, FIXED, ELECTROLYTIC:
610D105M200BD5, (56289)
RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITION:
RC42GF562K; (81349)
RESISTOR, FIXED, FILM:
RN60D6813F; (81349)
(5)
QTY
INC
IN
UNIT
(6)
30 DAY DS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(7)
30 DAY GS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(c)
51-100
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(c)
51-100
(8)
1 YR
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
CNTGCY
(9)
DEPOT
MAINT
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
(10)
ILLUSTRATION
(a)
FIG
NO.
(b)
ITEM NO. OR
REFERENCE
DESIGNATION
EA
2
*
*
A8A4P7
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A4MP8
EA
1
*
*
A8A4MP9
EA
2
EA
2
*
*
A8A4MP10H1
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A4MP10H2
EA
REF
A8A4MP10
A8A4MP11
EA
2
REF
REF
A8A4MP11H1
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A4MP11H2
EA
1
*
*
EA
2
REF
REF
A8A4TB1H2
EA
2
REF
REF
A8A4TB1H2
EA
1
A8A4TB1E1
EA
2
A8A4TB1R1
EA
REF
A8A4TB1R2
EA
2
A8A4TB1R3
EA
REF
A8A4TB1R4
EA
1
EA
1
A8A4TB6E1
EA
2
A8A4TB6H2
EA
2
A8A4TB6H2
EA
2
A8A4TB6H2
EA
1
A8A4TB6C1
EA
1
A8A4TB6R5
EA
1
A8A4TB6R23
*
B-143
*
*
*
*
3-67
3-67
A8A4TB1
A8A4TB6
SECTION II
TM 11-5820-509-35
REPAIR PARTS FOR DIRECT SUPPORT, GENERAL SUPPORT, AND DEPOT MAINTENANCE (CONTINUED)
(1)
SMR
CODE
(2)
FEDERAL
STOCK
NUMBER
X1-D
X1-D
X1-D
P--D
5940-984-1791
P--D
5305-054-5649
P--D
5305-05b-5649
P--D
P--D
P--D
P--D
M--D
P--D
5310-275-0889
P--D
5310-275-3839
P--D
5305-469-5382
P--D
5305-469-5382
P--D
5305-469-5382
P--D
5305-727-o833
P--D
5305-054-5648
P--D
5310-782-1349
P--D
5310-782-1349
P--D
5310-058-29 49
P--D
5310-058-2949
M--D
P--D
P--D
5310-209-1522
(3)
DESCRIPTION
Reference Number & Mfr. Code
(4)
Usable
on Code
SEMICONDUCTOR DEVICE, DIODE:
1N2611, (07688)
SEMICONDUCTOR DEVICE, DIODE:
1N2611, (07688)
SEMICONDUCTOR DEVICE, DIODE:
JAN1N485B, (81350)
BOARD, TERMINAL, NO. 4-PRESSED:
549-6210-003, (13499)
SCREW, MACHINE:
MS51957-15; (96906)
SCREW, MACHINE:
MS51957-15, (96906)
WASHER, FLAT:
310-6325-000, (79807)
WASHER, FLAT:
310-6325-000, (79807)
WASHER, LOCK, SPRING:
MS35338-135, (96906)
WASHER, LOCK, SPRING:
MS35338-135, (96906)
BRACKET, RELAY-PRESSED:
549-6234-003, (13499)
NUT, PLAIN, HEXAGON:
P313-0132-000, (77250)
NUT, PLAIN, HEXAGON:
P313-0132-000, (77250)
SCREW, MACHINE:
P342-0026-000, (77250)
SCREW, MACHINE:
P342-0026-000, (77250)
SCREW, MACHINE:
P342-0026-000, (77250)
SCREW, MACHINE:
MS51959-3, (96906)
SCREW, MACHINE:
MS51957-14, (96906)
WASHER, FLAT:
310-0045-000, (79807)
WASHER, FLAT:
310-0045-000, (79807)
WASHER, LOCK, SPRING:
310-0278-000, (70318)
WASHER, LOCK, SPRING:
310-0278-000, (70318)
BUSHING, SCREW THREAD:
553-9271-003, (13499)
NUT, PLAIN, HEXAGON:
P334-4060-00, (77250)
WASHER, LOCK
1220-02, (78189)
UNIT
OF
MEAS
(5)
QTY
INC
IN
UNIT
(6)
30 DAY DS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(7)
30 DAY GS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(c)
51-100
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(c)
51-100
(8)
1 YR
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
CNTGCY
(9)
DEPOT
MAINT
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
(10)
ILLUSTRATION
(a)
FIG
NO.
(b)
ITEM NO. OR
REFERENCE
DESIGNATION
EA
2
A8A4TB6CR1
EA
REF
A8A4TB6CR2
EA
1
A8A4TB6CR8
EA
1
*
EA
2
REF
REF
A8A4TB4H1
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A4TB4H2
EA
2
REF
REF
A8A4TB4H3
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A4TB4H4
EA
2
REF
REF
A8A4TB4H5
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A4TB4H6
EA
1
*
3-67
A8A4TB4
A8A4MP12
EA
2
REF
REF
A8A4MP12H1
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A4MP12H2
EA
3
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A4MP12H3
A8A4MP12H4
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A4MP12H5
EA
1
REF
REF
A8A4MP12H6
EA
1
REF
REF
A8A4MP12H7
EA
2
REF
REF
A8A4MP12H8
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A4MP12H9
EA
2
REF
REF
A8A4MP12H10
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A4MP12H11
EA
1
A8A4MP13
EA
1
ABA4MP13H1
EA
1
A8A4MP13H2
B-144
SECTION II
TM 11-5820-509-35
REPAIR PARTS FOR DIRECT SUPPORT, GENERAL SUPPORT, AND DEPOT MAINTENANCE (CONTINUED)
(1)
SMR
CODE
(2)
FEDERAL
STOCK
NUMBER
P--D
5310-674-7630
P--D
5305-763-7822
P--D
5821-658-3718
P--D
5305-770-2579
P--D
P--D
5305-770-2579
P--D
P--D
5305-770-2579
P--D
5910-668-3647
P--D
5305-059-8247
P--D
5305-059-8248
P--D
5310-939-0903
P--D
5310-184-8978
P--D
5910-838-9421
P--D
5910-838-9421
P--D
5910-838-9421
P--D
5910-838-9h21
P--D
5910-838-9421
P--D
5910-838-9421
P--D
P--D
5910-080-1713
P--D
5910-966-9460
P--D
5310-559-0575
P--D
5310-187-0159
P--D
5910-966-9460
(3)
DESCRIPTION
Reference Number & Mfr. Code
(4)
Usable
on Code
BUTTON, CABLE:
541-5179-00; (13499)
SCREW, MACHINE:
MS51959-14, (96906)
BUTTON, CABLE:
541-5181-002, (13499)
SCREW, MACHINE:
P330-2292-000, (77250 )
BUTTON, CABLE:
541-5182-002; (13499)
SCREW, MACHINE:
P330-2292-000, (77250)
BUTTON, CABLE:
541-5182-002; (13499)
SCREW, MACHINE:
P330-2292-000;, (77250)
CAPACITOR, FIXED, CERAMIC:
DA858-003, (71590)
SCREW, MACHINE:
P343-0327-000; (77250)
SCREW, MACHINEP343-0238-000, (77250)
WASHER, LOCK:
1806-00, (78189)
WASHER, SPRING TENSION:
310-0078-000, (79807)
CAPACITOR, FIXED, CERAMIC:
CK60AW102M, (81349)
CAPACITOR, FIXED CERAMIC:
CK60AW102M, (81349)
CAPACITOR, FIXED, CERAMIC:
CK60AW102M, (81349)
CAPACITOR, FIXED, CERAMIC:
CK60AW102M; (81349)
CAPACITOR, FIXED, CERAMIC:
CK60AW102M; (81349)
CAPACITOR, FIXED, CERAMIC:
CK60AW102M, (81349)
CAPACITOR, FIXED, CERAMIC:
CK14BX223M, (81349)
CAPACITOR, FIXED, CERAMIC:
DA146, (71590)
CAPACITOR, FIXED, CERAMIC:
243200X5S0102M, (72982)
NUT, PLAI, HEXAGON:
P334-0254-00, (77250)
WASHER, LOCK:
1218-02, (78189)
CAPACITOR, FIXED, CERAMIC:
243200X5S0102M; (72982)
UNIT
OF
MEAS
(5)
QTY
INC
IN
UNIT
(6)
30 DAY DS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(7)
30 DAY GS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(c)
51-100
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(c)
51-100
(8)
1 YR
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
CNTGCY
(9)
DEPOT
MAINT
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
(10)
ILLUSTRATION
(a)
FIG
NO.
(b)
ITEM NO. OR
REFERENCE
DESIGNATION
EA
1
REF
REF
A8A4MP14
EA
1
REF
REF
A8A4MP14H1
EA
1
*
*
A8A41P15
EA
1
*
*
A8A4MP15H1
EA
2
*
*
A8A4MP16
EA
1
REF
REF
A8A4MP16H1
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A4mP17
EA
1
REF
REF
EA
1
*
*
EA
1
REF
REF
A8A4C123H1
EA
1
*
*
A8A4C123H2
EA
1
*
*
A8A4C123H3
EA
1
REF
REF
A8A4C123H4
A8A4MP17H1
3-64
A8A4C123
EA
6
*
*
A8A4C20
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A4C21
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A4C22
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A4C23
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A4C24
EA
REF
REF
REF
EA
1
*
*
EA
1
REF
REF
EA
2
*
*
EA
1
*
*
A8A4C29H1
EA
1
*
*
A8A4C29H2
EA
REF
REF
REF
B-145
A8A4C25
3-67
A8A4C2
A8A4C28
3-67
3-67
A8A4C29
A8A4C30
SECTION II
TM 11-5820-509-35
REPAIR PARTS FOR DIRECT SUPPORT, GENERAL SUPPORT, AND DEPOT MAINTENANCE (CONTINUED)
(1)
SMR
CODE
P--D
P--D
P--D
P--D
P--D
P--D
P--D
P--D
P--D
P--D
P--D
M--D
P--D
P--D
P--D
P--D
M--D
P--D
P--D
P--D
P--D
P--D
P--D
P--D
P--D
(2)
FEDERAL
STOCK
NUMBER
5310-559-0575
(3)
DESCRIPTION
Reference Number & Mfr. Code
(4)
Usable
on Code
NUT, PLAIN, HEXAGON:
P334-0254-00, (77250)
5310-187-0159
WASHER, LOCK:
1218-02, (78189)
5910-162-5179
CAPACITOR, FIXED, ELECTROLYTIC:
610D255F100BD5; (56289)
5910-162-5179
CAPACITOR, FIXED, ELCTROLYTIC:
610D255F100BD5, (56289)
5910-115-3567
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CL24BJ180TP3, (81349)
5910-951-4822 CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
CM60B622J01; (81349)
5305-584-86,24 SCREW, MACHINE:
P330-2253-000, (77250)
SCREW, MACHINE
P330-2253-000, (77250)
5910-889-4562
CAPACITOR, FIXED, PAPER:
P109666, (56289)
5310-208-6841
NUT, PLAIN, HEXAGON:
P334-0249-00, (77250)
5310-178-8631
WASHER. LOCK:
MS35333-75, (96906)
CHART, LOAD AND TUNE:
549-6231-004, (13499)
5305-150-3079
SCREW, MACHINE:
P343-0017-000, (77250)
SCREW, MACHINE:
P343-0017-000; (77250)
SCREW, MACHINE:
P343-0017-000, (77250)
SCREW, MACHINE:
P343-0017-000, (77250)
CHASSIS, ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT:
549-6115-004, (13499)
5340-720-6320
CLAMP, LOOP:
C3044-1-35, (78553)
5975-72(-5153
CLAMP. LOOP:
MS17821-4-9, (96906)
5821-098-513i
CLAMP, LOOP:
504-7577-002, (13499)
5310-276-1101, NUT, PLAIN, SQUARE:
P334-0485-00; (77250)
5305-637-4225
SCREW, CAP, SOCKET HEAD:
B2A440-9C1, (08664)
5310-058-2949
WAEKHER, LOCK:
310-0278-000, (70318)
5821-098-5131
CLAMP, LOOP-TUNER:
504-7577-002, (13499)
5310-276-1104
NUT, PLAIN, SQUARE:
P334-0485-00, (77250)
UNIT
OF
MEAS
EA
(5)
(8)
1 YR
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
CNTGCY
(9)
DEPOT
MAINT
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
1
REF
REF
QTY
INC
IN
UNIT
(6)
30 DAY DS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(7)
30 DAY GS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(c)
51-100
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(c)
51-100
(10)
ILLUSTRATION
(a)
FIG
NO.
(b)
ITEM NO. OR
REFERENCE
DESIGNATION
A8A4C30H1
EA
1
REF
REF
EA
2
*
*
3-67
A8A4C30H2
A8A,4C26
EA
REF
REF
REF
3-67
A8A4C27
EA
1
*
*
EA
1
*
*
EA
2
*
*
EA
REF
REF
REF
EA
1
*
*
EA
1
*
*
A8A4C146H1
EA
1
*
*
A8A4C146H2
EA
1
EA
4
*
*
A8A4MP18H1
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A4MP18H2
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A4MP18H3
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A4MP18H4
EA
1
A8A4C145
3-64
A8A4C122
A8A4C122H1
A8A4C122H2
3-64
A8A4C146
A8A4MP18
A8A4MP19
EA
1
*
*
A8A4MP20
EA
122
*
*
A8A4MP21
EA
2
REF
REF
A8A4MP22
EA
1
REF
REF
A8A4MP22H1
EA
1
*
*
A8A4MP22H2
EA
1
REF
REF
A8A4MP22H3
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A4MP23
EA
1
REF
RFF
A8A4MP23H1
B-146
SECTION II
TM 11-5820-509-35
REPAIR PARTS FOR DIRECT SUPPORT, GENERAL SUPPORT, AND DEPOT MAINTENANCE (CONTINUED)
(1)
SMR
CODE
(2)
FEDERAL
STOCK
NUMBER
P--D
5305-637-4225
P--D
5310-05-2949
P--D
5950-703-0907
P--D
5950-703-0907
P--D
5950-703-0907
P--D
P--D
5950-988-3060
P--D
5950-932-2727
P--D
5950-932-2727
P--D
5950-070-7644
P--D
5950-070-7644
P--H-T 5950-978-6204
P--D
5305-765-4244
P--D
5310-889-2614
X1-D
X1-D
X1-D
X1-D
X1-D
X1-D
X1-D
X1-D
X1-D
X1-D
X1-D
(3)
DESCRIPTION
Reference Number & Mfr. Code
(4)
Usable
on Code
SCREW, CAP, SOCKET HEAD:
B2A440-901, (0866)
WASHER, LOCK:
310-0278-000, (70318)
COIL, RADIO FREQUENCY:
LT4K048; (81349)
COIL, RADIO FREQUENCY:
LT4K048, (81349)
COIL, RADIO FREQUENCY:
LT4KO48, (81349)
COIL, RADIO FREQUENCY:
MS16221-22, (96906)
COIL, RADIO FREQUENCY:
BP906; (998 00)
COIL, RADIO FREQUENCY:
LT10K029, (81349)
COIL, RADIO FREQUENCY:
LT10K029, (81349)
COIL., RADIO FREQUENCY:
LT10K060, (81349)
COIL, RADIO FREQUENCY:
LT10K060; (81349)
COIL, RADIO FREQUENCY-NO. 1:
549-6212-003, (13499)
SCREW, MACHINE:
MS51959-41, (96906)
WASHER, RECESSED:
549-6145-002, (13499)
CONTACT, ELECTRICAL-COIL:
549-6153-002, (13499)
CONTACT, ELECTRICAL-COIL:
549-6153-002, (13499)
FORM, COIL:
190-0255-000, (13499)
GEAR ASSEMBLY, SPUR-NO. 1:
549-6172-002, (13499)
GEAR, SPUR-NO. 1A:
549-6158-002, (13499)
PIN, SPRING:
MS16562-190, (96906)
STOP, DIAL-NO. 1:
549-6162-002, (13499)
SCREW, MACHINE:
MS51959-12, (96906)
INSULATOR, WASHER:
549-6154-002, (13499)
INSULATOR, WASHER:
549-6154-002; (13499)
LEAD, ELECTRICAL-COIL:
549-6163-002, (13499)
UNIT
OF
MEAS
(5)
QTY
INC
IN
UNIT
(6)
30 DAY DS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(7)
30 DAY GS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(c)
51-100
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(c)
51-100
(8)
1 YR
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
CNTGCY
(9)
DEPOT
MAINT
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
(10)
ILLUSTRATION
(a)
FIG
NO.
(b)
ITEM NO. OR
REFERENCE
DESIGNATION
EA
1
REF
REF
EA
1
REF
REF
EA
3
*
*
3-67
A8A4L1
EA
REF
REF
REF
3-67
A8A4L2
EA
REF
REF
REF
3-67
A8A4L3
EA
1
*
*
3-64
A8A4L105
EA
1
*
*
3-64
A8A4Ll06
EA
2
REF
REF
3-64
A6A4L122
EA
REF
REF
REF
3-64
A8A4L123
EA
2
REF
REF
3-67
A8A4L5
EA
REF
REF
REF
3-67
A8A4L6
EA
1
*
*
3-64
A8A4L111
EA
1
*
*
A8A4L111H1
EA
1
*
*
A8A4L111H2
EA
2
A8A4L111E1
EA
REF
A8A4L111E2
EA
1
A8A4L111E3
EA
1
A8A4L111MP1
EA
1
A8A4L111MP2
EA
1
A8A4L111MP3
EA
1
A8A4L111MP4
EA
1
A8A4L111MP4H1
EA
2
A8A4L111E4
EA
REF
A8A4L111E5
EA
2
ABA4L111E6
*
B-147
*
*
A8A4MP23H2
A8A4MP23R3
SECTION II
TM 11-5820-509-35
REPAIR PARTS FOR DIRECT SUPPORT, GENERAL SUPPORT, AND DEPOT MAINTENANCE (CONTINUED)
(1)
SMR
CODE
(2)
FEDERAL
STOCK
NUMBER
X1-D
X1-D
X1-D
X1-D
X1-D
P--H-T 5950-978-6205
X1-D
X1-D
X1-D
X1-D
X1-D
X1-D
X1-D
X1-D
X1-D
X1-D
X1-D
X1-D
X1-D
P--H-T 5950-988-3058
X1-D
X1-D
X1-D
X1-D
X1-D
X1-D
(3)
DESCRIPTION
Reference Number & Mfr. Code
(4)
Usable
on Code
LEAD, ELECTRICAL-COIL:
549-6163-002; (13499)
PIN, SPRING, SELF-LOCKING:
99-012-062-0500; (72 962)
SHAFT, STRAIGHT-COIL, SHORT:
549-6159-002; (13499)
SLEEVE, POWDERED IRON:
X8242, (92054)
WIRE, ELECTRICAL MAGNET:
CR14H2277; (99155)
COIL, RADIO FREQUENCY-NO. 2:
549-6213-003; (13499)
SCREW, MACHINE:
MS51959-41, (96906)
WASHER, RECESSED:
549-6145-002, (13499)
CONTACT, ELECTRICAL-COIL:
549-6153-002; (13499)
CONTACT, ELECTRICAL-COIL:
549-6153-002, (13499)
FORM, COIL:
190-0255-000, (13499)
GEAR, SPUR-NO. 2A:
549-6176-002, (13499)
INSULATOR, WASHER:
549-6154-002, (13499)
INSULATOR, WASHER:
549-6154-002, (13499)
LEAD, ELECTRICAL:
549-6163-002; (13h99)
LEAD, ELECTRICAL:
549-6163-002; (13499)
PIN, SPRING, SELF-LOCKING:
99-012-062-0500, (72962)
SHAFT, STRAIGHT-COIL, SHORT:
549-6159-002; (13499)
WIRE, ELECTRICAL:
CR14M2277, (99155)
COIL, RADIO FREQUENCY-NO. 3:
549-6214-003; (13499)
CONTACT, ELECTRICAL-COIL:
549-6153-002; (13499)
CONTACT, ELECTRICAL-COIL:
549-6153-002, (13499)
FORM, COIL:
190-0255-000; (13499)
GEAR, SPUR, 47 TEETH:
549-6175-002, (13499)
INSERT, SHAFT-COIL:
549-6178-002, (13499)
INSULATOR, WASHER:
549-6154-002, (13499)
(5)
(6)
30 DAY DS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(7)
30 DAY GS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(8)
1 YR
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
CNTGCY
(9)
DEPOT
MAINT
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
(10)
ILLUSTRATION
UNIT
OF
MEAS
QTY
INC
IN
UNIT
EA
REF
EA
1
A8A4L111MP5
EA
1
A8A4L111MP6
EA
1
A8A4L111E8
FT
17
EA
1
EA
1
A8A4L110H1
EA
1
A8A4L110H2
EA
2
A8A4L110E1
EA
REF
A8A4L110E2
EA
1
A8A4L110E3
EA
1
A8A4L110MP1
EA
2
A8A4L110E4
EA
REF
A8A4L110E5
EA
2
A8A4L110E6
EA
REF
A8A4L110E7
EA
1
A8A4L110MP2
EA
1
A8A4L110MP3
FT
17
EA
1
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(c)
51-100
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(c)
51-100
(a)
FIG
NO.
(b)
ITEM NO. OR
REFERENCE
DESIGNATION
A8A4L111E7
A8A4L111W1
*
*
3-64
A8A4L110
A8AL1110W1
*
*
3-65
A8A4L112
EA
2
A8A4L112E1
EA
REF
A8A4L112E2
EA
1
A8A4L112E3
EA
1
A8A4L112YP1
EA
1
A8AhL112lP2
EA
2
A8AlL112E4
B-148
SECTION II
TM 11-5820-509-35
REPAIR PARTS FOR DIRECT SUPPORT, GENERAL SUPPORT, AND DEPOT MAINTENANCE (CONTINUED)
(1)
SMR
CODE
(2)
FEDERAL
STOCK
NUMBER
X1-D
X1-D
X1-D
X1-D
X1-D
X1-D
X1-D
P--H-T 5950-988-3059
X1-D
X1-D
X1-D
X1-D
X1-D
X1-D
X1-D
X1-D
X1-D
X1-D
X1-D
X1-D
X1-D
X1-D
X1-D
X1-D
X1-D
(3)
DESCRIPTION
Reference Number & Mfr. Code
(4)
Usable
on Code
INSULATOR, WASHER:
549-6154-002, (13499)
LEAD, ELECTRICAL:
549-6163-002, (13499)
LEAD, ELECTRICAL
519-6163-002; (13499)
PIN, SPRING:
99-012-062-0500; (72962)
PIN, SPRING, SELF-LOCKING:
99-012-062-0312, (72962)
SHAFT, STRAIGHT-COIL, LONG:
549-6160-002, (13499)
WIRE, ELECTRICAL:
CR14M2277, (99155)
COIL, RADIO FREQUENCY-TUNING:
549-6215-003, (1399 )
CONTACT, ELECTRICAL:
549-6153-002; (13499)
CONTACT, ELECTRICAL:
549-6153-002, (13499)
FORM, COIL:
190-0255-000; (13499)
GEAR ASSEMBLY, SPUR-NO. 2:
549-6171-002, (13499)
GEAR, SPUR-NO. 1, 47 TEETH:
5149-6157-002; (13499)
PIN, SPRING, TUBULAR SLOTTED:
MS16562-190, (96906)
STOP, DIAL-NO. 1:
549-6162-002; (13499)
SCREW, MACHINE:
A8A4L109A1MP3H1
MS51959-12, (96906)
INSERT, SHAFT-COIL:
549-6178-002, (13499)
IISULATOR, WASHER:
549-6154-002, (13499)
INSULATOR, WASHER:
549-6154-002, (13499)
LEAD, ELECTRICAL:
549-6163-002; (13199)
LEAD, ELECTRICAL:
549-6163-002, (13199)
PIN, SPRING, SELF-LOCKING:
99-012-062-0312; (7296 )
PIN, SPRING, SELF-LOCKING:
99-012-062-0500, (72962)
SHAFT, STRAIGHT-COIL, LONG:
549-6160-002, (13499)
SLEEVE, POWDERED IRON:
X8142, (92054)
(5)
(6)
30 DAY DS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(7)
30 DAY GS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(8)
1 YR
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
CNTGCY
(9)
DEPOT
MAINT
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
(10)
ILLUSTRATION
UNIT
OF
MEAS
QTY
INC
IN
UNIT
EA
REF
A8A4112E5
EA
2
A8A4L112E6
EA
REF
A8A4L112E7
EA
1
A8A4L112MP3
EA
1
A8A4L112MP4
EA
1
A8A4L112MP5
FT
17
EA
1
EA
2
A8A4L109E1
EA
REF
A8A4L109E2
EA
1
A8A4L109E3
EA
1
A8A4L109A1
EA
1
A8A4L109A1MP1
EA
1
A8A4L109A1MP2
EA
1
A8A4L109A1MP3
EA
1
EA
1
A8A4L1O9MP4
EA
2
A8A4L109E4
EA
REF
A8A4L109E5
EA
2
A8A4L109E6
EA
REF
A8A4L109E7
EA
1
A8A4L109MP5
EA
1
A8A4L109MP6
EA
1
A8A4L109MP7
EA
1
A8A4L109E8
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(c)
51-100
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(c)
51-100
(a)
FIG
NO.
(b)
ITEM NO. OR
REFERENCE
DESIGNATION
A8A4L112W1
*
B-149
*
3-65
A8A4L109
SECTION II
TM 11-5820-509-35
REPAIR PARTS FOR DIRECT SUPPORT, GENERAL SUPPORT, AND DEPOT MAINTENANCE (CONTINUED)
(1)
SMR
CODE
(2)
FEDERAL
STOCK
NUMBER
X1-D
X1-D
P--D
5950-798-2558
M--D
P--D
5305-531-0137
P--D
5305-531-0137
P--D
5935-549-2646
P--D
5935-549-2646
P--D
5935-931-6246
P--D
5310-62 2-1721,
P--D
5310-622-1724
P--D
P--D
M--D
5340-792-1266
M--D
5340-792-1266
P--D
5935-974-6873
P--D
5310-622-1724
P--D
5310-622-1724
P--D
P--D
M--D
M--D
P--D
P--D
5310-622-1724
P--D
5310-622-1724
(3)
DESCRIPTION
Reference Number & Mfr. Code
(4)
Usable
on Code
SPACER, PLATE-COIL:
549-6152-002, (13499)
WIRE, ELECTRICAL:
CR14M2277, (99155)
COIL, RADIO FREQUENCY:
553-6325-002, (13499)
COLLAR, SHAFT:
549-6137-002, (13499)
SETSCREW:
335-0020-000; (08664)
SETSCREW:
335-0020-000, (08664)
CONNECTOR. RECEPTACLE:
164-7J, (02660)
CONNECTOR, RECEPTACLE:
164-7J, (02660)
CONNECTOR,RECEPTACLE,ELECTRICAL:
DAMF3W3S, (71785)
NUT, SELF-LOCKING, HEXAGON:
68-1660-26, (72962)
NUT, SELF-LOCKING, HEXAGON:
68-1660-26, (72962)
SCREW, MACHINE:
P330-2287-000, (77250)
SCREW, MACHINE:
P330-2287-000, (77250)
SPACER,CHASSIS CONNECTOR-SHORT:
549-6074-002, (13499)
SPACER,CHASSIS CONNECTOR-SHORT:
549-6074-002, (13499)
CONNECTOR,RECEPTACLE,ELECTRICAL:
DAMF7W2S, (71785)
NUT, SELF-LOCKING, HEXAGON:
68-1660-26; (72962)
NUT, SELF-LOCKING, HEXAGON:
68-1660-26, (72962)
SCREW, MACHINE:
P330-2287-000, (77250)
SCREW, MACHINE:
P330-2287-000, ( 77250)
SPACER, CHASSIS CONNECTOR-LONG:
548-7975-002, (13499)
SPACER, CHASSIS CONNECTOR-LONG
548-7975-002, (13499)
CONNECTOR,RECEPTACLE,ELECTRICAL:
DAMF7W2S, (71785)
NUT, SELF-LOCKING, HEXAGON:
68-1660-26, (72962)
NUT, SELF-LOCKING, HEXAGON:
68-1660-26; (72962)
UNIT
OF
MEAS
(5)
QTY
INC
IN
UNIT
EA
1
FT
17
EA
1
EA
1
EA
(6)
30 DAY DS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(7)
30 DAY GS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(c)
51-100
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(c)
51-100
(8)
1 YR
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
CNTGCY
(9)
DEPOT
MAINT
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
(10)
ILLUSTRATION
(a)
FIG
NO.
(b)
ITEM NO. OR
REFERENCE
DESIGNATION
A8A4L109MP8
A8A4L109W1
*
*
3-67
A8A4L4
2
*
*
A8A4MP24H1
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A4MP24H2
EA
2
*
*
EA
REF
REF
REF
EA
1
*
*
EA
2
REF
REF
A8A4J10H1
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A4J10H2
A8A4MP24
A8A4P2
A8A4P3
3-67
A8A4J10
EA
2
*
*
A3A4J10H3
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A4J10H4
EA
2
A8A4J10H5
EA
REF
A8A4J10H6
EA
6
*
*
EA
2
REF
REF
A8A4J3H1
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A4J3H2
EA
2
REF
REF
A8A4J3H3
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A4J3H4
3-67
A8A4J3
EA
2
A8A4J3H5
EA
REF
A8A4J3H6
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A4J6
EA
2
REF
REF
A8A4J6H1
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8AJ6H2
B-150
SECTION II
TM 11-5820-509-35
REPAIR PARTS FOR DIRECT SUPPORT, GENERAL SUPPORT, AND DEPOT MAINTENANCE (CONTINUED)
(1)
SMR
CODE
(2)
FEDERAL
STOCK
NUMBER
P-D
5305-650-7023
P-D
5305-850-7023
M-D
5340-792-1 266
M-D
5340-792-1256
P-D
P-D
5310-622-1724
P-D
5305-850-7023
P-D
5305-850-7023
M-D
5340-792-1266
M-D
5340-792-1266
P-D
5310-928-2690
P-D
(3)
(4)
5310-622-1724 '
P-D
5305-850-7023
P-D
5305-850-7023
M-D
5340-792-1266
M-D
5340-792-1266
P-D
5310-928-2690
P-D
P-D
5310-622-1724
P-D
5310-622-1724
P-D
5305-850-7023
P-D
5305-850-7023
M-D
5340-792-1266
M-D
5340-792-1266
(6)
30 DAY DS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(7)
30 DAY GS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(8)
1 YR
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
CNTGCY
(9)
DEPOT
MAINT
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
(10)
ILLUSTRATION
UNIT
OF
MEAS
QTY
INC
IN
UNIT
SCREW, MACHINE:
P330-2287-000; (77250)
SCREW, MACHINE:
P330-2287-000; (77250)
SPACER, CHASSIS CONNEC'IOR-SHORT:
549-6074-002, (13499)
SPACER, CHASSIS CONNEC1DH-SHORT:
549-607h-002, (13499)
EA
2
REF
REF
A8A4J6H3
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A4J6H4
EA
2
EA
REF
CONNECTOR, RECEPTACLE, ELECTRICAL:
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A4J5
EA
1
REF
REF
ABA4J5HI
EA
2
REF
REF
A8A4JSE2
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A4J5H3
EA
2
EA
REF
EA
1
REF
REF
EA
REF
REF
REF
EA
1
REF
REF
A8A4J7H1
FA
2
REF
REF
A8A4J7H2
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A4J7H3
DESCRIPTION
Reference Number & Mfr. Code
Usable
on Code
DAMF7W2S, (71785)
NUT, SELF-LOCKING, HEXAGON:
68-1660-26, ('(2962)
SCREW, MACHINE:
P330-2287-000, (77250 )
SCREW, MACHINE:
P330-2287-000, (77250)
SPACER, CHASSIS CONRNECTOR-SHORT:
549-6074-002; ( 13499)
SPACER, CHASSIS CONNECTOP-SHORT:
549-6074-002: (13499)
WASHER, LOCK, SPRING:
MS35338-134, (96906)
CONNECTOR, RECEPTACLE, ELECTRICAL:
P-D
(5)
DAMFTW2S, (71785)
NUT, SELF-LOCKING, HEXAGON:
68-1660-26 , (72962)
SCREW, MACHINE:
P330-2287-000, (77250)
SCREW, MACHINE:
P330-2287-000; (77250 )
SPACER, CHASSIS CONNECTOR-SHORT:
549-6074-002; (13;99)
SPACER, CHASSIS CONNECTOR-SHORT
:
549-6074-002; (13499)
WASHER, LOCK, SPRING:
MS35338-134, (96906)
CONNECTOR, RECEPTACLE, ELECTRICAL:
DAMF7W2S, (71785)
NUT, SELF-LOCKING, HEXAGON:
68-1660-26; (72962)
NUT, SELF-LOCKING, HEXAGON:
68-1660-26, (72962)
SCREW, MACHINE:
P330-2287-000, (77250)
SCREW, MACHINE
P330-2287-000, (77253)
SPACER, CHASSIS CONNECTOR - SHORT:
549-607 4-002; (13499)
SPACER, CHASSIS CONNECTOR - SHORT:
549-6074-002, (13499)
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(c)
51-100
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(c)
51-100
(a)
FIG
NO.
(b)
ITEM NO. OR
REFERENCE
DESIGNATION
A8A4J6H5
ASA4J6H6
A84J5H4
A8A4J5H5
A8A4J5B6
3-67
AsA4J7
EA
2
A8A4J7H4
EA
REF
A8A4J7H5
EA
1
REF
REF
EA
REF
REF
REF
EA
2
REF
REF
A8A4J8H1
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A4J8H2
EA
2
REF
REF
A8A4J8H3
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A4J8Hh
EA
2
A8A4J8H5
EA
REF
A8A4J8H6
B-151
A8A4J7H6
3-67
A8A4J8
SECTION II
TM 11-5820-509-35
REPAIR PARTS FOR DIRECT SUPPORT, GENERAL SUPPORT, AND DEPOT MAINTENANCE (CONTINUED)
(1)
SMR
CODE
(2)
FEDERAL
STOCK
NUMBER
EA
2
REF
REF
A8A4J11H1
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A4J11H2
EA
2
REF
REF
A8A4J11H3
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A4J11H4
SCREW, MACHINE
P330-2287-000, (77250)
SPACER, CHASSIS CONNECTOR-LONG
548-7975-002, (13499)
SPACER, CHASSIS CONNECTOR-LONG.
518-7975-002, (13499)
5935-081-2270
CONNECTOR, RECEPTACLE,ELECTRICAL
DBMF13W3S, (71468)
5310-622-1724
NUT, SELF-LOCKING, HEXAGON68-1660-26, (72962)
5310-622-1724
NUT, SELF-LOCKING, HEXAGON
68-1660-26, (72962)
SCREW, MACHINE.
P330-2288-000, (77250)
SCREW, MACHINE
P330-2288-000, (77250)
SPACER, CHASSIS CONNECTOR-LONG
548-7975-002, (13499)
5305-850-7023
5305-850-7023
M-D
5340-792-1266
M-D
5340-792-1266
P-D
5935-081-2270
P-D
5310-622-1724
P-D
5310-622-1724
P-D
5305-850-7023
P-D
5305-850-7023
M-D
(10)
ILLUSTRATION
REF
P-D
P-D
(9)
DEPOT
MAINT
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
REF
P-D
P-D
(8)
1 YR
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
CNTGCY
REF
5310-622-1724
P-D
(7)
30 DAY GS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
EA
5310-622-1724
P-D
(6)
30 DAY DS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
CONNECTOR, RECEPTACLE, ELECTRICAL
DAMF7W2S, (71785)
NUT, SELF-LOCKING, HEXACGON
68-1660-26, (72962)
N1T, SELF-LOCKING, HEXAON
68-1660-26, (72962)
SCREW, MACHINE
P330-2287-000, (77250 )
SCREW, MACHINE
P330-2287-000, (77250 )
SPACER, CHASSIS CONNECTOR-SHORT
549-6074-002; (13499)
SPACER, CHASSIS CONNECTOR-SHORT:
549-6074-002; (13499)
CONNECTOR, RECEPTACLE, ELECTRICAL
DBIF13W3S, (71468)
NUT, SELF-LOCKING, HEXAGON
68-1660-26, (72962)
NUT, SELF-1OCKING, HEXAGON
68-1660-26, (72962)
SCREW, MACHINE
P330-2287-000, (77250)
P-D
P-D
(5)
QTY
INC
IN
UNIT
P-D
M-D
(4)
UNIT
OF
MEAS
P-D
M-D
(3)
M-D
DESCRIPTION
Reference Number & Mfr. Code
Usable
on Code
SPACER, CHASSIS CONNECTOR-T,ONG
P-D
5935-951-7196
P-D
5310-622-1724
P-D
5310-622-1724
P-D
5305-850-7023
548-7975-002, (13499)
CONNECTOR, RECEPTACLE, E1ECTRICAL
DCMF27W2S, (71468)
NUT, SELF-LOCKING, HEXAGON
68-1660-26, (72962)
NUT, SELF-LOCKING, HEXAGON.
68-1660-26; (72962)
SCREW, MACHINE.
P330-2287-000, (77250)
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(c)
51-100
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(c)
51-100
(a)
FIG
NO.
3-67
(b)
ITEM NO. OR
REFERENCE
DESIGNATION
A8A4J11
EA
2
A8A4J11H5
EA
REF
A8A4J11H6
EA
2
EA
2
EA
REF
EA
2
EA
REF
REF
*
*
3-67
A8A1J4
REF
REF
A8A4J4H1
REF
REF
A8A4J4H2
REF
REF
A8A4j4H3
REF
A8A4J4H4
EA
2
ASA4J4H5
EA
REF
A8A4J4H6
EA
REF
REF
3-67
A8A4J9
EA
2
REF
REF
REF
A8A4J9H1
EA
REF
REF
EA
2
*
EA
REF
REF
EA
2
EA
REF
EA
1
REF
A8A4J9H2
*
A8A4J9H3
REF
A8A4J9H4
A8A4J9H5
A8A4J9H6
*
*
3-67
A8A4J
EA
2
REF
REF
A8A4J1H1
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A4J1H2
EA
2
REF
REF
AbA4J1H3
B-152
SECTION II
TM 11-5820-509-35
REPAIR PARTS FOR DIRECT SUPPORT, GENERAL SUPPORT, AND DEPOT MAINTENANCE (CONTINUED)
(1)
SMR
CODE
P--D
(2)
FEDERAL
STOCK
NUMBER
5305-850-7023
M--D
M--D
P--D
5935-883-0218
P--D
5310-622-1724
P--D
5310-622-1724
P--D
5305-850-7023
P--D
5305-850-7023
M--D
M--D
P--D
5935-807-8202
P--D
5820-984-1799
P--D
P--D
5935-773-8947
P--D
5935-773-8947
P--D
5820-951-4081
P--D
5820-951-4081
P--D
5820-088-4916
P--D
P--D
5820-979-0033
P--D
5820-979-0033
P--D
5820-979-0033
P--D
5820-979-0033
P--D
5935-733-6655
P--D
5935-733-6655
(3)
DESCRIPTION
Reference Number & Mfr. Code
(4)
Usable
on Code
SCREW, MACHINE:
P330-2287-000; (77250)
SPACER, CHASSIS CONNECTOR-SHORT:
549-6074-002, (13499)
SPACER, CHASSIS CONNECTOR-SHORT:
549-6074-002, (13499)
CONNECTOR,RECEPTACLE,ELECTRICAL:
DBMF23S, (71468)
NUT, SELF-LOCKING, HEXAGON:
68-1660-26; (72962)
NUT, SELF-LOCKING, HEXAGON:
68-1660-26, (72962)
SCREW, MACHINE:
P330-2287-O00; (77250)
SCREW, MACHINE:
P330-2287-000, (77250)
SPACER, CHASSIS CONNECTOR-LONG:
548-7975-002, (13499)
SPACER, CHASSIS CONNECTOR-LONG:
548-7975-002, (13499)
CONNECTOR,RECEPTACLE,ELECTRICAL:
PT07C18-11P, (77820)
CONTACT ASSEMBLY, ELECTRICAL:
549-6174-002, (13499)
SCREW, MACHINE:
P330-2296-000, (7725 0)
CONTACT, ELECTRICAL:
548-7911-002, (13499)
CONTACT, ELECTRICAL:
548-7911-002, (13499)
CONTACT, ELECTRICAL:
549-6142-002, (13499)
CONTACT, ELECTRICAL:
549-6142-002, (13499)
CONTACT, ELECTRICAL:
549-6173-002, (13499)
SCREW, MACHINE:
P330-2296-000, (77250)
CONTACT, ELECTRICAL:
549-6177-002, (13499)
CONTACT, ELECTRICAL:
549-6177-002, (13499)
CONTACT, ELECTRICAL:
549-6177-002, (1399 )
CONTACT, ELECTRICAL:
549-6177-002, (13499)
CONTACT,ELECTRICAL,COAXIAL INSERT:
DM53743-5058, (71468)
CONTACT,ELECTRICAL,COAXIAL INSERT:
DM53743-5058, (71460)
(5)
UNIT
OF
MEAS
QTY
INC
IN
UNIT
EA
REF
(6)
30 DAY DS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(7)
30 DAY GS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(c)
51-100
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(c)
51-100
(8)
1 YR
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
CNTGCY
(9)
DEPOT
MAINT
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
REF
REF
(10)
ILLUSTRATION
(a)
FIG
NO.
(b)
ITEM NO. OR
REFERENCE
DESIGNATION
A8A4J1H4
EA
2
A8A4J1H5
EA
REF
A8A4J1H6
EA
1
*
*
EA
2
REF
REF
A8A4J2H1
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A4J2H2
EA
2
REF
REF
A8A4J2H3
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A4J2H4
EA
2
EA
REF
EA
1
EA
1
EA
1
EA
2
EA
REF
3-67
A8A4J2
A8A4J2H5
A8A4J2H6
*
*
A8A4P1
*
*
A8A4E131
REF
REF
13
REF
A8A4E13111
6
A8A4E20
REF
A8A4E21
EA
2
*
*
A8A4E22
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A4E23
EA
1
8
3
A8A4E24
EA
1
REF
REF
EA
4
*
*
A8A4E25
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A4E26
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A4E27
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A4E28
EA
20
*
*
A8A43A2
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A4JhA1
B-153
A8A4E24H1
SECTION II
TM 11-5820-509-35
REPAIR PARTS FOR DIRECT SUPPORT, GENERAL SUPPORT, AND DEPOT MAINTENANCE (CONTINUED)
(1)
SMR
CODE
P--D
(2)
FEDERAL
STOCK
NUMBER
5935-733-6655
(3)
(4)
(5)
(6)
30 DAY DS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(7)
30 DAY GS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(8)
1 YR
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
CNTGCY
(9)
DEPOT
MAINT
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
(10)
ILLUSTRATION
Usable
on Code
UNIT
OF
MEAS
QTY
INC
IN
UNIT
CONTACT,ELECTRICAL,COAXIAL INSERT:
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A4J4A2
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A4J4A3
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A4J5A1
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A4J5A2
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A4J6A
DESCRIPTION
Reference Number & Mfr. Code
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(c)
51-100
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(c)
51-100
(a)
FIG
NO.
(b)
ITEM NO. OR
REFERENCE
DESIGNATION
DM53743-5058, (71468)
P--D
5935-733-6655
P--D
5935-733-6655
CONTACT,ELECTRICAL,COAXIAL INSERT:
DM53743-5058; (71468)
CONTACT,ELECTRICAL,COAXIAL INSERT:
DM53743-5058, (71468)
P--D
5935-733-6655
P--D
5935-733-6655
CONTACT,ELECTRICAL,COAXIAL. INSERT:
DM5374-3-5058, (71468)
CONTACT,ELECTRICAL,COAXIAL INSERT:
DM53743-5058, (71468)
P--D
5935-733-6655
P--D
5935-733-6655
CONTACT,ELECTRICAL,COAXIAL INSERT:
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A4J7A1
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A4J7A2
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A4J8A1
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A4J8A2
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A4J9A1
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A4J9A2
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A4J9A3
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A4J10A1
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A4J10A2
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A4J10A3
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A4J11A2
EA
4
*
*
A8A4E29
DM53743-5058, (71468)
CONTACT, ELECTRICAL, COAXIAL ISERT
DM53743-5058, (71468)
P--D
5935-733-6655
P--D
5935-733-6655
CONTACT,ELECTRICAL,COAXIAL INSERT:
DM53743-5058, (71468)
CONTACT,ELECTRICAL,COAXIAL INSERT:
DM53743-5058, (71468)
P--D
5935-733-6655
P--D
5935-733-6655
CONTACT,ELECTRICAL,COAXIAL INSERT:
DM53743-5058, (71468)
CONTACT,ELECTRICAL,COAXIAL INSERT:
DM53743-5058, (71468)
P--D
5935-733-6655
P--D
5935-733-6655
CONTACT,ELECTRICAL,COAXIAL INSERT:
DM53743-5058, (71468)
CONTACT,ELECTRICAL,COAXIAL INSERT:
DM53743-5058, (71468)
P--D
5935-733-6655
P--D
5935-733-6655
CONTACT,ELECTRICAL,COAXIAL INSERT:
DM53743-5058, (71468)
CONTACT,ELECTRICAL,COAXIAL INSERT:
DM53743-5058, (71468)
P--D
5935-733-6655
P--D
5820-088-4916
P--D
P--D
P--D
5310-925-7991
P--D
5310-925-T991
P--D
5820-088-4916
P--D
CONTACT,ELECTRICAL,COAXIAL INSERT:
DM53743-5058, (71468)
CONTACT, ELECTRICAL, ROD:
549-6164-002, (13499)
SCREW, MACHINE:
P320-0007-000, (77250)
SCREW, MACHINE:
P320-0007-000, (77250)
WASHER, LOCK:
310-0274-000, (13499)
WASHER, LOCK:
310-0274-000, (13499)
CONTACT, ELECTRICAL, ROD:
549-6164-002, (13499)
SCREW, MA.CHINE:
P320-0007-000, (77250)
EA
2
*
*
A8A4E29H1
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A4E29H2
EA
2
*
A8A4E29H3
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A4E29H4
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A4E30
EA
2
REF
REF
A8ALE3O0H
*
B-154
SECTION II
TM 11-5820-509-35
REPAIR PARTS FOR DIRECT SUPPORT, GENERAL SUPPORT, AND DEPOT MAINTENANCE (Continued)
(1)
SMR
CODE
(2)
FEDERAL
STOCK
NUMBER
(3)
DESCRIPTION
Reference Number & Mfr. Code
(4)
Usable
on Code
(5)
UNIT
OF
MEAS
QTY
INC
IN
UNIT
(6)
30 DAY DS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(7)
30 DAY GS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(c)
51-100
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(c)
51-100
(8)
1 YR
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
CNTGCY
(9)
DEPOT
MAINT
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
(10)
ILLUSTRATION
(a)
FIG
NO.
(b)
ITEM NO. OR
REFERENCE
DESIGNATION
P-D
5305-680-5561
SCREW, MACHINE:
P320-0007-000; (77250)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A4E30H2
P-D
5310-925-7991
WASHER, LOCK:
310-0274-000; (13499)
EA
2
REF
REF
A8A4E30H3
P-D
5310-925-7991
WASHER, LOCK:
310-0274-000; (13499)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A4E30H4
P-D
5820-088-4916
CONTACT, ELECTRICAL, ROD:
549-6164-002; (13499)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A4E31
P-D
5305-680-5561
SCREW, MACHINE:
P320-0007-000; (77250)
EA
2
REF
REF
A8A4E31H1
P-D
5305-680-5561
SCREW, MACHINE:
P320-0007-000; (77250)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A4E31H2
P-D
5310-925-7991
WASHER, LOCK:
310-0274-000; (13499)
EA
2
REF
REF
A8A4R31H3
P-D
5310-925-7991
WASHER, LOCK:
310-0274-000; (13499)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A4E31H4
P-D
5820-088-4916
CONTACT, ELECTRICAL, ROD:
549-6164-002; (13499)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A4E32
P-D
5305-680-556 1
SCREW, MACHINE:
P320-007-000; (77250 )
EA
2
REF
REF
A8A4E32H1
P-D
5305-630-5561
SCREW, MACHINE:
P320-0007-000; (77250)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A4E32H2
P-D
5310-925-7991
WASHER, LOCK:
310 -0274-000; (13499)
EA
2
REF
REF
A8A4E32H3
P-D
5310-925-7991
WASHER, LOCK:
310-0274-000; (13499)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A4E32H4
P-D
5950-809-9357
COUPLER, METER ASSEMBLY:
772-8458-001; (13499)
EA
1
*
*
P-D
5305-054-5648
SCREW, MACHINE:
MS51957-14; (96906)
EA
2
REF
REF
A8A4T101H1
P-D
5305-054-5648
SCREW, MACHINE:
MS5L957-14; (96906)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A4T101H2
P-D
5310-782-1349
WASHER, FLAT:
31-0045-000; (79807)
EA
2
REF
REF
A8A4T101H3
P-D
5310-782-1349
WASHER, FLAT:
310-0045-000; (79807)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A4T101H14
COVER, CHASSIS BOTTOM:
756-8606-003; (13499)
EA
1
M-D
3-64
A8A4T101
A8A4MP25
P-D
5305-054-5647
SCREW, MACHINE:
MS51957-13; (96906)
EA
11
REF
REF
A8A4MP25H1
P-D
5305-054-5647
SCREW, MACHINE:
MS51957-13; (96906)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A4MP25H2
P-D
5305-054-5647
SCREW, MACHINE:
MS51957-13; (96906)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A4MP25H3
P-D
5305-054-5647
SCREW, MACHINE:
MS51957-13; (96906)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A4MP25H4
P-D
5315-054-5647
SCREW, MACHINE:
MS51957-13; (96906)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A4MP25H5
P-D
5305-054-5647
SCREW, MACHINE:
MS5195 -13; (96906)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A4MP25H6
B-155
SECTION II
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REPAIR PARTS FOR DIRECT SUPPORT, GENERAL SUPPORT, AND DEPOT MAINTENANCE (Continued)
(1)
SMR
CODE
(2)
FEDERAL
STOCK
NUMBER
(3)
DESCRIPTION
Reference Number & Mfr. Code
(4)
Usable
on Code
(5)
UNIT
OF
MEAS
QTY
INC
IN
UNIT
(6)
30 DAY DS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(7)
30 DAY GS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(c)
51-100
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(c)
51-100
(8)
1 YR
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
CNTGCY
(9)
DEPOT
MAINT
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
(10)
ILLUSTRATION
(a)
FIG
NO.
(b)
ITEM NO. OR
REFERENCE
DESIGNATION
P-D
5305-054-5647
SCREW, MACHINE:
MS51957-13; (9690 6)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A4MP25H7
P-D
5305-054-5647
SCREW, MACHINE:
MS51957-13; (96906)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A4MP25H8
P-D
5305-054-5647
SCREW, MACHINE:
MS51957-13; (96906)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A4MP25H9
P-D
5305-054-5647
SCREW, MACHINE:
MS51957-13; (96906)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A4MP25H10
P-D
5305-054-5647
SCREW, MACHINE:
MS51957-13; (96906)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A4MP25H11
COVER, CHASSIS TOP:
549-6109-003; (13499)
EA
1
M-D
A8A4MP26
P-D
5305-054-5647
SCREW, MACHINE:
MS51957-13; (96906)
EA
11
REF
REF
A8A4MP26H1
P-D
5305-054-5647
SCREW, MACHINE:
MS51957-13; (96906)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A4MP26H2
P-D
5305-054-5647
SCREW, MACHINE:
MS51957-13; (96906)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A4MP26H3
P-D
5305-054-5647
SCREW, MACHINE:
MS51957-13; (96906)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A4MP26H4
P-D
5305-054-5647
SCREW, MACHINE:
MS51957-13; (96906)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A4MP26H5
P-D
5305-054-5647
SCREW, MACHINE:
MS51957-13; (96906)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A4MP26H6
P-D
5305-054-5647
SCREW, MACHINE:
MS51957-13; (96906)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A4MP26H7
P-D
5305-054-5647
SCREW, MACHINE:
MS51957-13; (96906)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A4MP26H8
P-D
5305-054-5647
SCREW, MACHINE:
MS51957-13; (96906)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A4MP26H9
P-D
5305-054-5647
SCREW, MACHINE:
MS51957-13; (96906)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A4HP26H10
P-D
5305-054-5647
SCREW, MACHINE:
MS51957-13; (96906)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A4MP26H11
COVER, HEATSINK:
549-6155-002; (13499)
EA
1
M-D
A8A4MP27
P-D
5305-764-0068
SCREW, MACHINE:
MS35200-A2; (96906)
EA
4
*
*
A8A4MP27H1
P-D
5305-764-0068
SCREW, MACHINE:
MS35200-42; (96906)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A4MP27H2
P-D
5305-764-0068
SCREW, MACHINE:
MS35200-42; (96906)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A4MP27H3
P-D
5305-764-0068
SCREW, MACHINE:
MS35200-h2; (96906)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A4MP27H4
DIAL, VERNIER-MODIFIED:
756-7565-002; (13499)
EA
2
A8A4A3
DIAL, SCALE:
SR166; (73138)
EA
1
A8A4A3MP1
SETSCREW:
328-0014-000; (08664)
EA
2
M-D
M-D
P-D
5355-949-9341
*
B-156
*
A8A4A3MPH1
SECTION II
TM 11-5820-509-35
REPAIR PARTS FOR DIRECT SUPPORT, GENERAL SUPPORT, AND DEPOT MAINTENANCE (Continued)
(1)
SMR
CODE
(2)
FEDERAL
STOCK
NUMBER
(3)
DESCRIPTION
Reference Number & Mfr. Code
(4)
Usable
on Code
(5)
UNIT
OF
MEAS
QTY
INC
IN
UNIT
(6)
30 DAY DS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(7)
30 DAY GS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(c)
51-100
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(c)
51-100
(8)
1 YR
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
CNTGCY
(9)
DEPOT
MAINT
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
(10)
ILLUSTRATION
(a)
FIG
NO.
(b)
ITEM NO. OR
REFERENCE
DESIGNATION
M-D
DIAL, VERNIER-MODIFIED:
756-7565-002; (13499)
EA
REF
A8A4A4
M-D
DIAL, SCALE:
SR166; (73138)
EA
REF
A8A4A4MP1
P-D
5305-206-9458
SETSCREW:
328-0014-000; (08664)
EA
REF
P-H-T
5915-904-7529
FILTER, RADIO INTERFERENCE:
553-6330-004; (13499)
EA
1
NUT, PLAIN, HEXAGON:
P313-0132-000; (77250)
EA
P-D
REF
REF
*
*
2
REF
REF
A8A4FL2H2
*
*
*
A8A4A4M1H1
3-67
A8A4FL2
P-D
5305-763-7822
SCREW, MACHINE:
P330-2291-000; (77250)
EA
2
*
*
A8A4FL2H2
P-D
5310-782-1349
WASHER, FLAT:
310-0045-000; (79807)
EA
4
REF
REF
A8A4FL2H4
P-D
5330-058-2949
WASHER, LOCK:
310-0278-000; (70318)
EA
2
REF
REF
A8A4FL2H2
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, CERAMIC:
41092; (01939)
EA
3
A8A4FL2C231
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, CERAMIC:
41092; (01939)
EA
REF
A8A4FL2C232
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, CERA1IC:
41092; (01939)
EA
REF
A8A4FL2C233
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, CERAMIC:
2465-009W5T0102P; (72982)
EA
26
A8A4FL2C201
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, CERAMIC:
2465-009W5T0102P; (72982)
EA
REF
A8A4FL2C202
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, CERAMIC:
2465-009W5T0102P; (72982)
EA
REF
A8A4FL2C203
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, CERAMIC:
2465-009W5T0102P; (72982)
EA
REF
A8A4FL2C204
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, CERAMIC:
2465-009W5T0102P; (72982)
EA
REF
A8A4FL2C205
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, CERAMIC:
2465-009W5T0102P; (72982)
EA
REF
A8A4FL2C206
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, CERAMIC:
2465-009W5T0102P; (72982)
EA
REF
A8A4FL2C207
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, CERAMIC:
2465-009W5T0102P; (72982)
EA
REF
A8A4FL2C208
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, CERAMIC:
2465-009W5T0102P; (72982)
EA
REF
A8A4FL2C209
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, CERAMIC:
2465-009W5T0102P; (72982)
EA
REF
A8A4FL2C210
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, CERAMIC:
2465-009W5T0102P; (72982)
EA
REF
A8A4FL2C211
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, CERAMIC:
2465-009W5T0102P; (729 82)
EA
REF
A8A4FL2C212
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, CERAMIC:
2465-009W5T0102P; (72982)
EA
REF
A8A4FL2C213
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, CERAMIC:
2465-009W5T0102P; (72982)
EA
REF
A8A4FL2C214
B-157
SECTION II
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REPAIR PARTS FOR DIRECT SUPPORT, GENERAL SUPPORT, AND DEPOT MAINTENANCE (Continued)
(1)
SMR
CODE
(2)
FEDERAL
STOCK
NUMBER
(3)
DESCRIPTION
Reference Number & Mfr. Code
(4)
Usable
on Code
(5)
UNIT
OF
MEAS
QTY
INC
IN
UNIT
(6)
30 DAY DS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(7)
30 DAY GS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(c)
51-100
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(c)
51-100
(8)
1 YR
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
CNTGCY
(9)
DEPOT
MAINT
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
(10)
ILLUSTRATION
(a)
FIG
NO.
(b)
ITEM NO. OR
REFERENCE
DESIGNATION
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, CERAMIC:
2465-009W5T0102P; (72982)
EA
REF
A8A4FL2C215
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, CERAMIC:
2465-009W5T0102P; (72982)
EA
REF
A8A4FL2C216
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, CERAMIC:
2465-009W5T0102P; (72982)
EA
REF
A8A4FL2C217
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, CERAMIC:
2465-009W5T0102P; (72982)
EA
REF
A8A4FL2C218
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, CERAMIC:
2465-009W5T0102P; (72982)
EA
REF
A8A4FL2C219
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, CERAMIC:
2465-009W5T0102P; (72982)
EA
REF
A8A4FL2C220
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, CERAMIC:
2465-009W5T0102P; (72982)
EA
REF
A8A4FL2C221
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, CERAMIC:
2465-009W5T0102P; (72982)
EA
REF
A8A4FL2C222
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, CERAMIC:
2465-009W5T0102 P; (72982)
EA
REF
A8A4FL2C223
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, CERAMIC:
2465-009W5T0102P; (72982)
EA
REF
A8A4FL2C224
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, CERAMIC:
2465-009W5T0102P; (72982)
EA
REF
A8A4FL2C225
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, CERAMIC:
2465-009W5T0102P; (72982)
EA
REF
A8A4FL2C226
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, CERAMIC:
CK104; (71590)
EA
REF
A8A4FL2C227
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, CERAMIC:
CK104; (71590)
EA
REF
A8A4FL2C229
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, CERAMIC:
CK104; (71590)
EA
REF
A8A4FL2C230
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, CERAMIC:
CK104; (71590)
EA
REF
A8A4FL2C234
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, CERAMIC:
CK104; (71590)
EA
REF
A8A4FL2C235
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, CERAMIC:
CK104; (71590)
EA
REF
A8A4FL2C237
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, ELECTROLYTIC:
610D25F100BD5; (56289)
EA
REF
A8A4FL2C236
X1-D
COIL, RADIO FREQUENCY:
4422-11-117; (82142)
EA
REF
A8ALFL2C206
X1-D
COIL, RADIO FREQUENCY:
LT10K043; (81349)
EA
REF
A8A4FL2L201
X1-D
COIL, RADIO FREQUENCY:
LT10K043; (81349)
EA
REF
A8A4FL2L202
X1-D
COIL, RADIO FREQUENCY:
LT10K043; (81349)
EA
REF
A8A4FL2L203
X1-D
COIL, RADIO FREQUENCY:
LT10K043; (81349)
EA
REF
A8A4FL2L204
X1-D
COIL, RADIO FREQUENCY:
LT10K043; (81349)
EA
REF
A8A4FL2L205
B-158
SECTION II
TM 11-5820-509-35
REPAIR PARTS FOR DIRECT SUPPORT, GENERAL SUPPORT, AND DEPOT MAINTENANCE (Continued)
(1)
SMR
CODE
(2)
FEDERAL
STOCK
NUMBER
(3)
DESCRIPTION
Reference Number & Mfr. Code
(4)
Usable
on Code
(5)
UNIT
OF
MEAS
QTY
INC
IN
UNIT
(6)
30 DAY DS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(7)
30 DAY GS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(c)
51-100
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(c)
51-100
(8)
1 YR
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
CNTGCY
(9)
DEPOT
MAINT
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
(10)
ILLUSTRATION
(a)
FIG
NO.
(b)
ITEM NO. OR
REFERENCE
DESIGNATION
X1-D
COIL, RADIO FREQUENCY:
LT10K43; (81349)
EA
REF
A8A4FL2L207
X1-D
COIL, RADIO FREQUENCY:
LT10K43; (81349)
EA
REF
A8A4FL2L208
X1-D
COIL. RADIO FREQUENCY:
LT10K43; (81349)
EA
REF
A8A4FL2L209
X1-D
COIL, RADIO FREQUENCY:
LT10K43; (81349)
EA
REF
A8A4FL2L210
X1-D
COIL, RADIO FREQUENCY:
LT10K43; (81349)
EA
REF
A8AL4L2L211
X1-D
COVER, SHIELD:
553-6279-002; (13499)
EA
1
AA4 FL2E1
X1-D
SCREW, MACHINE:
P343-0298-000; (77250)
EA
6
A8A4FL2E1H1
X1-D
SCREW, MACHINE:
P343-0298-000; (77250)
EA
REF
A8A4FL2E1H2
X1-D
SCREW, MACHINE:
P343-0298-000; (77250)
EA
REF
A8A4FL2E1H3
X1-D
SCREW, MACHINE:
P343-0298-000; (77250)
EA
REF
A8A4FL2E1H4
X1-D
SCREW, MACHINE:
P343-0298-000; (77250)
EA
REF
A8A4FL2E1H5
X1-D
SCREW, MACHINE:
P343-0298-000; (77250)
EA
REF
A8A4FL2E1H6
X1-D
WASHER, LOCK:
MS35338-96; (96906)
EA
6
A8A4FL2E1H7
X1-D
WASHER, LOCK:
MS35338-96; (96906)
EA
REF
A8A4FL2E1H8
X1-D
WASHER, LOCK:
MS35338-96; (96906)
EA
REF
A8A4FL2E1H9
X1-D
WASHER, LOCK:
MM35338-96; (96906)
EA
REF
A8A4FL2E1H10
X1-D
WASHER, LOCK:
MM35338-96; (96906)
EA
REF
A8A4FL2E1H11
X1-D
WASHER, LOCK:
MS35338-96; (96906)
EA
REF
A8A4FL2E1H12
X1-D
RING, SOLDER:
054-0368-000; (13499)
EA
V
A8A4FL2MP1
X1-D
SHIELD, FILTER-ROLLED:
553-6300-004; (13499)
EA
1
A8A4FL2E2
8A4F1
P-O
5920-280-3562
FUSE, CARTRIDGE:
F03A125V20AS; (81349)
EA
1
P-O
5920-356-2185
FUSE, CARTRIDGE:
MDL1-10; (71400)
EA
1
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
3-67
A8A4F5
P-O
5920-481-1418
FUSE, CARTRIDGE:
AGC250-1-500; (71400)
EA
1
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
3-67
A8A4F4
P-O
5920-280-8344
FUSE, CARTRIDGE:
FO2A250V1-2AS; (81349)
EA
1
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
3-67
A8A4F3
P-O
5920-060-2424
FUSE, CARTRIDGE:
FO2A250V54S; (81349)
EA
1
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
B-159
A8A4F2
SECTION II
TM 11-5820-509-35
REPAIR PARTS FOR DIRECT SUPPORT, GENERAL SUPPORT, AND DEPOT MAINTENANCE (Continued)
(1)
SMR
CODE
(2)
FEDERAL
STOCK
NUMBER
(3)
DESCRIPTION
Reference Number & Mfr. Code
(4)
Usable
on Code
(5)
UNIT
OF
MEAS
QTY
INC
IN
UNIT
(6)
30 DAY DS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(7)
30 DAY GS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(c)
51-100
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(c)
51-100
(8)
1 YR
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
CNTGCY
(9)
DEPOT
MAINT
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
(10)
ILLUSTRATION
(a)
FIG
NO.
(b)
ITEM NO. OR
REFERENCE
DESIGNATION
P-D
5920-728-3487
FUSEHOLDER:
340149; (75915)
EA
2
*
*
A8A4XF1
P-D
5920-728-3487
FUSEHOLDER:
340149; (75915)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A4XF2
P-D
FUSEHOLDER-RIVETED:
553-9750-003; (13499)
EA
1
*
*
P-D
SCREW, MACHINE:
P330-2290-000; (77250)
EA
2
REF
REF
A8A4TB8H1
P-D
SCREW, MACHINE:
P330-2290-000; (77250)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A4TB8H2
FUSEHOLDER-RIVETED:
553-9750-004; (13499)
EA
1
*
*
P-D
SCREW, MACHINE:
P330-2290-000; (77250)
EA
2
REF
REF
A8A4TB9H1
P-D
SCREW, MACHINE:
P330-2290-000; (77250)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A4TB9H2
P-D
FUSEHOLDER, RIVETED:
553-9750-005; (13499)
EA
1
*
*
P-D
SCREW, MACHINE:
P330-2290-000; (77250)
EA
2
REF
REF
A8A4TB10H1
P-D
SCREW, MACHINE:
P330-2290-000; (77250)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A4TB10H2
M-D
GASKET:
ARP567-009; (83259)
EA
2
A8A4MP28
M-D
GASKET:
ARP567-009; (83259)
EA
REF
A8A4MP29
M-D
GASKET:
549-6136-002; (13499)
EA
1
A8A4MP30
M-D
GASKET, AIR:
549-6644-002; (13499)
EA
1
A8A4MP31
P-D
5920-168-1402
3-67
3-67
3-67
A8A4TB8
A8A4TB9
A8A4TB10
M-D
5330-981-7538
GASKET, HEATSINK:
549-6156-002; (13499)
EA
2
A8A4MP32
M-D
5330-981-7538
GASKET, HEATSINK:
549-6156-00 2; (13499)
EA
REF
ABA4MP33
GASKET, METER:
549-6185-002; (13499)
EA
1
A8A4MP34
GEAR ASSEMBLY, SPUR:
549-6105-002; (13499)
EA
1
X1-D
GEAR, SPUR, 46 TEETH, NO 2:
549-6093-002; (13499)
EA
1
A8A4A5MP1
X1-D
PIN, SPRING, SELF-LOCKING:
MS16562-190; (96906)
EA
1
A8A4A5MP2
X1-D
STOP, DIAL, NO 2:
549-6094-002; (13499)
EA
1
A8A4A5MP3
X1-D
SCREW, MACHINE:
MS51959-12; (96906)
EA
1
A8A4A5MP3H1
A8A4MP35
M-D
P-D
3020-976-5393
P-D
3020-951-0700
GEAR, SPUR-90 TEETH:
549-6196-002; (13499)
EA
1
P-D
5310-158-5247
WASHER:
506-5908-003; (13499)
EA
1
*
*
B-160
*
*
A8A4A5
A8A4MP35H1
SECTION II
TM 11-5820-509-35
REPAIR PARTS FOR DIRECT SUPPORT, GENERAL SUPPORT, AND DEPOT MAINTENANCE (Continued)
(1)
SMR
CODE
(2)
FEDERAL
STOCK
NUMBER
(3)
DESCRIPTION
Reference Number & Mfr. Code
(4)
Usable
on Code
(5)
UNIT
OF
MEAS
QTY
INC
IN
UNIT
(6)
30 DAY DS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(7)
30 DAY GS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(c)
51-100
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(c)
51-100
(8)
1 YR
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
CNTGCY
(9)
DEPOT
MAINT
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
(10)
ILLUSTRATION
(a)
FIG
NO.
(b)
ITEM NO. OR
REFERENCE
DESIGNATION
P-D
5325-174-5317
GROMMET, RUBBER:
MS35489-4; (96906)
EA
1
REF
REF
A8A4H1
P-D
5325-286-6047
GROMMET, RUBBER:
MS35489-1; (96906)
EA
2
REF
REF
A8A4H2
P-D
5325-286-6047
GROMMET, RUBBER:
MS35489-1; (96906)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A4H3
P-D
5325-276-4993
GROMMET, RUBBER:
905; (75543)
EA
2
REF
REF
A8A4H4
P-D
5325-276- 4993
GROMMET, RUBBER:
905; (75543)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A4H5
P-D
5325-248-7031
GROMMET, RUBBER:
911; (75543)
EA
1
*
*
A8A4H6
HARNESS, WIRING, BRANCHED:
549-6227-000; (13499)
EA
1
M-D
3-67
A8A4W1
P-D
5820-168-1583
HEATSINK, ELECTRON TUBE:
549-6211-003; (13499)
EA
1
*
*
A8A4E33
P-D
5820-979-0034
HOLDER, RESISTOR:
549-6129-002; (13499)
EA
1
*
*
A8A4MP36
P-D
5310-262-6105
NUT, PLAIN, HEXAGON:
P313-0045-000; (77250)
EA
2
REF
REF
A8A4MP36H1
P-D
5310-262-6 105
NUT, PLAIN, HEXAGON:
P313-0045-000; (77250)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A4MP36H2
P-D
5305-054-6650
SCREW, MACHINE:
MS51957-26; (96906)
EA
2
*
*
A8A4MP36H3
P-D
5305-054-6650
SCREW, MACHINE:
MS51957-26; (96906)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A4MP36H4
P-D
5310-271-7446
WASHER, LOCK, SPLIT:
310-0071-000; (79807)
EA
2
REF
REF
A8A4MP36H5
P-D
5310-271-7446
WASHER, LOCK, SPLIT:
310-0071-000; (79807)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A4MP36H1
P-D
5935-977-6239
INSERT, ELECTRICAL CONNECTOR:
DM51155-5000; (71468)
EA
2
*
*
A8A4J1A1
P-D
5935-977-6239
INSERT, ELECTRICAL CONNECTOR:
DM51155-5000; (71468)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A4J1A2
P-D
5960-984-0422
INSERT, ELECTRON TUBE SHIELD:
106-331-4; (99378)
EA
1
*
*
A8A4MP37
P-D
6250-431-3743
INSERT, LAMPHOLDER:
548-7910-002; (13499)
EA
2
*
*
A8A4MF38
INSERT, LAMPHOLDER:
548-7910-002; (13499)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A4MP39
P-D
P-D
5820-977-6238
INSERT, LAMPHOLDER:
549-6143-002; (13499)
EA
2
*
*
A8A4MP40
P-D
5820-977-6238
INSERT, LAMPHOLDER:
549-6143-002; (13499)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A4MP41
P-D
5355-950-7575
KNOB-LARGE:
549-6189-002; (13499)
EA
1
*
*
A8A4MP42
P-D
5305-531-0137
SETSCREW:
335-0020-000; (08664)
EA
2
REF
REF
A8A4MP42H1
P-D
5305-531-0137
SETSCREW:
335-0020-000; (08664)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A4MP42H2
B-161
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REPAIR PARTS FOR DIRECT SUPPORT, GENERAL SUPPORT, AND DEPOT MAINTENANCE (Continued)
(1)
SMR
CODE
(2)
FEDERAL
STOCK
NUMBER
(3)
DESCRIPTION
Reference Number & Mfr. Code
(4)
Usable
on Code
(5)
UNIT
OF
MEAS
QTY
INC
IN
UNIT
(6)
30 DAY DS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(7)
30 DAY GS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(c)
51-100
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(c)
51-100
(8)
1 YR
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
CNTGCY
(9)
DEPOT
MAINT
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
(10)
ILLUSTRATION
(a)
FIG
NO.
(b)
ITEM NO. OR
REFERENCE
DESIGNATION
P-D
5355-733-5548
KNOB-LOCK:
553-9731-002; (13499)
EA
1
*
*
A8A4MP43
P-D
5310-151-9034
WASHER, FLAT:
553-5029- 003; (13499)
EA
1
*
*
A8A4MP43H1
P-D
5355-950-7576
KNOB-SMALL:
549-6190-002; (13499)
EA
1
*
*
A8A4MP44
P-D
5305-638-1885
SETSCREW:
EA
4-48X1-8 6SPLINEOVPT18-8SST; (08664)
1
*
*
A8A4MP44H1
P-D
5355-950-7574
KNOB-SWITCH:
549-6124-002; (13499)
EA
1
*
*
A8A4MP45
P-D
5305-531-0137
SETSCREW:
335-0020-000; (08664)
EA
2
REF
REF
A8A4MP45H1
P-D
5305-531-0137
SETSCREW:
335-0020-000; (08664)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A4MP45H2
KNOB-VOLUME CONTROL:
549-6144-002; (13499)
EA
1
M-D
A8A4MP46
P-D
5305-531-0137
SETSCREW:
335-0020-000; (08664)
EA
2
REF
REF
A8A4MP46H1
P-D
5305-531-0137
SETSCREW:
335-0020-000; (08664)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A4MP46H2
P-D
6240-155-7836
LAMP, INCANDESCENT:
MS25237-387; (96906)
EA
4
*
*
A8A4DS1
P-D
6240-155-7836
LAMP, INCANDESCENT:
MS25237-387; (96906)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A4DS2
P-D
6240-155-7836
LAMP, INCANDESCENT:
MS25237-387; (96906)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A4DS101
P-D
6240-155-7836
LAMP, INCANDESCENT:
MS25237-387; (96906)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A4DS102
P-D
LENS, INDICATOR LIGHT:
MS25010; (96906)
EA
4
*
*
A8A4MP47
P-D
LENS, INDICATOR LIGHT:
MS25010; (96906)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A4MP48
P-D
LENS, INDICATOR LIGHT:
MS25010; (96906)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A4MP49
P-D
LENS, INDICATOR LIGHT:
MS25010; (96906)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A4MP50
P-D
6210-791-9380
LENS, PANEL, LIGHT:
548-7909-002; (13499)
EA
2
*
*
A8A4MP51
P-D
6210-791-9380
LENS, PANEL, LIGHT:
548-7909-002; (13 499)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A4MP52
PANEL, SIGNAL DISTRIBUTION:
5449-6006-000; (13499)
EA
1
A8A4A6
A8A4A6H3
P-D
P-D
5305-151-6240
SCREW, MACHINE:
P325-0080-000; (77250)
EA
3
P-D
5305-054-6670
SCREW, MACHINE:
MS51957-45; (96906)
EA
6
*
*
A8A4A6H6
WASHER, FLAT:
P313-0046-000; (77250)
EA
9
*
*
A8A4A6H9
WASHER, FLAT:
310-0048-000; (79807)
EA
3
REF
REF
A8A4A6H3
P-D
P-D
5310-209-1074
B-162
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REPAIR PARTS FOR DIRECT SUPPORT, GENERAL SUPPORT, AND DEPOT MAINTENANCE (Continued)
(1)
SMR
CODE
P-D
(2)
FEDERAL
STOCK
NUMBER
5310-933-8119
P-D
(3)
(4)
(5)
(6)
30 DAY DS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(7)
30 DAY GS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(8)
1 YR
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
CNTGCY
(9)
DEPOT
MAINT
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
(10)
ILLUSTRATION
UNIT
OF
MEAS
QTY
INC
IN
UNIT
WASHER, LOCK, SPLIT:
MS35335-137; (96906)
EA
6
REF
REF
A8A4A6H6
WASHER, LOCK:
310-0283-000; (70318)
EA
3
*
*
A8A4A6H3
DESCRIPTION
Reference Number & Mfr. Code
Usable
on Code
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(c)
51-100
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(c)
51-100
(a)
FIG
NO.
(b)
ITEM NO. OR
REFERENCE
DESIGNATION
M-D
5985-987-9019
BASE, ANTENNA:
P57035; (70371)
EA
1
A8A4A6MP1
P-D
5305-901-3604
SCREW, MACHINE:
P343-0095-000; (77250)
EA
6
*
*
A8A4A6MP1H1
P-D
SCREW, MACHINE:
P343-0095-000; (77250)
EP.
REF
REF
REF
A8A4A6MP1H2
P-D
SCREW, MACHINE:
P343-0095-000; (77250)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A4A6MP1H3
P-D
SCREW, MACHINE:
P343-0095-000; (77250)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A4A6MP1H4
P-D
SCREW, MACHINE:
P343-0095-000; (77250)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A4A6MP1H5
P-D
SCREW, MACHINE:
P343-0095-000; (77250)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A4A6MP1H6
P-D
WASHER, FLAT:
310-0048-000; (79807)
EA
6
REF
REF
A8A4A6MP1H7
P-D
WASHER, FLAT:
310-0048-000; (79807)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A4A6MP1H8
P-D
WASHER, FLAT:
310-0048-000; (79807)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A4A6MP1H9
P-D
WASHER, FLAT:
310-0048-000; (79807)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A4A6MP1H10
P-D
WASHER, FLAT:
310-0048-000; (79807)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A4A6MP1H11
P-D
WASHER, FLAT:
310-0048-000; (79807)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A4A6MP1H12
P-D
5310-551-9284
WASHER, NONMETALLIC:
302-0029-000; (05284)
EA
6
*
*
A8A4A6MP1H13
P-D
5310-551-9284
WASHER, NONMETALLIC:
302-0029-000; (05284)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A4A6MP1H14
P-D
5310-551-9284
WASHER, NONMETALLIC:
302-0029-030; (05284)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A4A6MP1H15
P-D
5310-551-9284
WASHER, NONMETALLIC:
302-0029-000; (05284 )
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A4A6MP1H16
P-D
5310-551-9284
WASHER, NONMETALLIC
302-0029-006; (05284)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A4A6MP1H17
P-D
5310-551-9284
WASHER, NONMETALLIC
302-0029-000; (05284)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A4A6MP1H18
P-D
5330-559-8909
WASHER, SEALING
110-8; (86579)
EA
6
*
*
A8A4A6MP1H19
P-D
5330-559-8909
WASHER, SEALING
110-8; (86579)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A4A6MP1H20
P-D
5330-559-8909
WASHER, SEALING
110-8; (86579)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A4A6MP1H21
P-D
5330-559-8909
WASHER, SEALING
110-8; (86579)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A4A6MP1H22
B-163
SECTION II
TM 11-5820-509-35
REPAIR PARTS FOR DIRECT SUPPORT, GENERAL SUPPORT, AND DEPOT MAINTENANCE (Continued)
(1)
SMR
CODE
(2)
FEDERAL
STOCK
NUMBER
(3)
DESCRIPTION
Reference Number & Mfr. Code
(4)
Usable
on Code
(5)
UNIT
OF
MEAS
QTY
INC
IN
UNIT
(6)
30 DAY DS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(7)
30 DAY GS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(c)
51-100
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(c)
51-100
(8)
1 YR
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
CNTGCY
(9)
DEPOT
MAINT
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
(10)
ILLUSTRATION
(a)
FIG
NO.
(b)
ITEM NO. OR
REFERENCE
DESIGNATION
P-D
5330-559-8909
WASHER, SEALING
110-8; (86579)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A4A6MP1H23
P-D
5330-559-8909
WASHER, SEALING:
110-8; (86579)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A4A6MP1H24
P-D
BEARING, BALL, ANNULAR:
S6316FRHH3P15L02; (40920)
EA
9
REF
REF
A8A4A6MP2
P-D
BEARING, BALL, ANNULAR:
S6316FRHH3P15L02; (40920)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A4A6MP3
P-D
BEARING, BALL, ANNULAR:
S6316FRHH3P15L02; (40920)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A4A6MP4
P-D
BEARING, BALL, ANNULAR:
S6316FRHH3P15L02; (40920)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A4A6MP5
P-D
BEARING, BALL, ANNULAR:
S6316FRHH3P15L02; (40920)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A4A6MP6
P-D
BEARING, BALL, ANNULAR:
S6316FRHH3P15L02; (40920)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A4A6MP7
P-D
BEARING, BALL, ANNULAR:
S6316FRHH3P15L02; (40920)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A4A6MP8
P-D
BEARING, BALL, ANNULAR :
S6316FRHH3P15L02; (40920)
EA
REF
REF
REF
ABA4A6MP9
P-D
BEARING, BALL, ANNULAR:
S6316FRIH3P15L02; (40920)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A4A6MP10
P-D
3120-865-8571
BEARING, SLEEVE
3L3F; (96881)
EA
7
REF
REF
A8A4A6MP11
P-D
3120-865-8571
BEARING, SLEEVE
3L3F; (96881)
EA
REF
REF
REF
ABA4A6MP12
P-D
3120-865-8571
BEARING, SLEEVE
3L3F; (96881)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A4A6MP13
P-D
3120-865-8571
BEARING, SLEEVE
3L3F; (96881)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A4A6MP14
P-D
3120-865-8571
BEARING, SLEEVE.
3L3F; (96881)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A4A6MP15
P-D
3120-865-8571
BEARING, SLEEVE
3L3F; (96881)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A4A6MP16
P-D
3120-865-8571
BEARING, SLEEVE
3L3F; (96881)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A4A6MP17
P-D
5820-977-7652
BEARING, SLEEVE
549-6089-002; (13499)
EA
2
*
*
A8A4A6MP18
NUT, HEXAGON
500-6308-001; (13499)
EA
1
*
*
A8A4A6MP18H1
BEARING, SLEEVE
549-6089-002; (13499)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A4A6MP19
NUT, HEXAGON
500-6308-001; (13499)
EA
1
REF
REF
ABA4A6MP19H1
P-D
P-D
5820-977-7652
P-D
M-D
5820-977-1564
BLOCK, MOUNTING, FRONT
549-6100-002; (13 499)
EA
1
P-D
5305-415-2207
SCREW, MACHINE
P342-0025-000; (77250)
EA
1
M-D
5820-977-1553
BLOCK, MOUNTING-METER SHIELD
549-6101-002; (13499)
EA
1
A8A4A6MP20
*
*
ABA4A6MP20H1
A8A4A6MP21
B-164
SECTION II
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REPAIR PARTS FOR DIRECT SUPPORT, GENERAL SUPPORT, AND DEPOT MAINTENANCE (Continued)
(1)
SMR
CODE
(2)
FEDERAL
STOCK
NUMBER
(3)
DESCRIPTION
Reference Number & Mfr. Code
(4)
Usable
on Code
(5)
UNIT
OF
MEAS
QTY
INC
IN
UNIT
(6)
30 DAY DS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(7)
30 DAY GS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(c)
51-100
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(c)
51-100
(8)
1 YR
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
CNTGCY
(9)
DEPOT
MAINT
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
(10)
ILLUSTRATION
(a)
FIG
NO.
(b)
ITEM NO. OR
REFERENCE
DESIGNATION
P-D
5305-054-6651
SCREW, MACHINE:
MS51957-27; (96906)
EA
2
REF
REF
A8A4A6MP21H1
P-D
5305-054-6651
SCREW, MACHINE:
MS51957-27; (96906)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A4A6MP21H2
P-D
3040-950-9578
COLLAR, SHAFT-NO. 1:
549-6021-002; (13499)
EA
6
P-D
5305-716-7733
SETSCREW:
MS51053-426; (96906)
EA
2
*
*
A8A4A6MP22H1
SETSCREW:
MS51053-426; (96906)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A4A6MP22H2
COLLAR, SHAFT-NO. 1:
549-6021-002; (13499)
EA
REF
P-D
SETSCREW:
MS51053-426; (96906)
EA
2
REF
REF
A8A4A6MP23H1
P-D
SETSCREW:
MS51053-426; (96906)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A4A6MP23H2
COLLAR, SHAFT-NO. 1:
549-6021-002; (13499)
EA
REF
P-D
SETSCREW:
MS51053-426; (96906)
EA
2
REF
REF
A8A4A6MP24H1
P-D
SETSCREW:
MS51053-426; (96906)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A4A6MP24H2
COLLAR, SHAFT-NO. 1:
549-6021-002; (13499)
EA
REF
P-D
SETSCREW:
MS51053-426; (96906)
EA
2
REF
REF
A8A4A6MP25H1
P-D
SETSCREW:
MS51053-426; (96906)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A4A6MP25H2
COLLAR, SHAFT-NO. 1:
549-6021-002; (13499)
EA
REF
P-D
SETSCREW:
MS51053-426; (96906)
EA
2
REF
REF
A8A4A6MP26H1
P-D
SETSCREW:
MS51053-426; (96906)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A4A6MP26H2
COLLAR, S HAFT-NO. 1:
549-6021-002; (13499)
EA
REF
P-D
SETSCREW:
MS51053-26; (96906)
EA
2
REF
REF
A8A4A6MP27H1
P-D
SETSCREW:
MS51053-426; (96906)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A4A6MP27H2
P-D
CONTACT ASSEMBLY, ELECTRICAL-1: EA
549-6103-002; (13499)
2
*
*
A8A4A6E1
SCREW, MACHINE:
P342-0165-000; (77250)
EA
2
*
*
A8A4A6E1H1
P-D
SCREW, MACHINE:
P342-0165-000; (77250)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A4A6E1H2
P-D
CONTACT ASSEMBLY, ELECTRICAL-:
549-6103-002; (13499)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A4A6E2
P-D
SCREW, MACHINE:
P342-0165-000; (77250)
EA
2
REF
REF
A8A4A6E2H1
P-D
M-D
P-D
P-D
M-D
P-D
P-D
3040-950-9578
3040-950-9578
3040-950-9578
3040-950-9578
3040-950-9578
5305-297-4351
A8A4A6MP22
A8ARA6MP23
A8A4A6MP24
A8A4A6MP25
A8A4A6MP26
A8A4A6MP27
B-165
SECTION II
TM 11-5820-509-35
REPAIR PARTS FOR DIRECT SUPPORT, GENERAL SUPPORT, AND DEPOT MAINTENANCE (Continued)
(1)
SMR
CODE
(2)
FEDERAL
STOCK
NUMBER
(3)
DESCRIPTION
Reference Number & Mfr. Code
(4)
Usable
on Code
(5)
UNIT
OF
MEAS
QTY
INC
IN
UNIT
(6)
30 DAY DS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(7)
30 DAY GS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(c)
51-100
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(c)
51-100
(8)
1 YR
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
CNTGCY
REF
(9)
DEPOT
MAINT
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
REF
(10)
ILLUSTRATION
(a)
FIG
NO.
(b)
ITEM NO. OR
REFERENCE
DESIGNATION
P-D
SCREW, MACHINE:
P342-0165-000; (77250)
EA
REF
A8A4A6E2H2
M-D
COUPLING, HALF, SHAFT, NO. 2:
549-6048-002; (13499)
EA
1
A8A4A6MP61
M-D
COUPLING, HALF, SHAFT, NO 3:
5149-6049-002; (13499 )
EA
2
A8A4A6MP28
M-D
COUPLING, HALF, SHAFT, NO. 3:
549-6049-002; (13499)
EA
REF
A8A4A6MP29
M-D
GASKET, BEARING:
549-6090-002; (13499)
EA
2
A8A4A6MP30
M-D
GASKET, BEARING:
549-6090-002; (13499)
EA
REF
A8A4A6MP31
M-D
5330-618-3447
GASKET, RUBBER, CIRCULAR:
MS9021-008; (96906)
EA
3
A8A4A6MP32
M-D
5330-618-3447
GASKET, RUBBER, CIRCULAR:
MS9021-008; (96906)
EA
REF
A8A4A6MP33
M-D
5330-618-3447
GASKET, RUBBER, CIRCULAR:
MS9021-008; (969 06)
EA
REF
A8A4A6MP34
GASKET, TERMINAL FEED THRU:
549-6091-002; (13499)
EA
1
A8A4A6MP35
GEAR ASSEMBLY, BEVEL, SPUR, NO. 1:
5149-6045-002; (13499)
EA
1
X1-D
GEAR, BEVEL, NO 1:
549-6029-002; (13499)
EA
1
A8A4A6A1MP1
X1-D
GEAR, SPUR, NO. 6:
549-6042-002; (13499)
EA
1
A8A4A6A1MP2
X1-D
PIN, GROOVED, HEADLESS:
MS35672-1; (96906)
EA
2
A8A4A6A1MP3
X1-D
PIN, GROOVED, HEADLESS:
MS35672-1; (96906)
EA
REF
A8A4A6A1MP4
X1-D
PIN, GROOVED, HEADLESS:
MS35672-7; (96906)
EA
1
A8A4A6A1MP5
X1-D
SHAFT, STRAIGHT-NO 4:
549-6050-002; (13499)
EA
1
A8A4A6A1MP6
GEAR ASSEMBLY, BEVEL, SPUR-NO 3: EA
549-6047-002; (13499)
1
X1-D
GEAR, BEVEL, NO 1:
549-6029-002; (13499)
EA
1
A8A4A6A2MP1
X1-D
GEAR, SPUR, NO. 9:
549-6043-002; (13499)
EA
1
A8A4A6A2MP2
X1-D
PIN, GROOVED, HEADLESS:
MS35672-1; (96906)
EA
2
A8A4A6A2MP3
X1-D
PIN, GROOVED, HEADLESS:
MS35672-1; (96906)
EA
REF
A8A4A6A2MP4
X1-D
PIN, GROOVED, HEADLESS:
MS35672-7; (96906)
EA
1
A8A4A6A2MP5
X1-D
SHAFT, STRAIGHT-NO 2:
549-6041-002; (13499)
EA
1
A8A4A6A2MP6
GEAR ASSEMBLY, SPUR-NO. 1:
549-6104-002; (13499)
EA
1
M-D
P-H-T
P-D
P-D
5820-977-1563
5820 -977-1558
3020-976-5392
*
*
1
8
8
8
B-166
3
3
3
A8A4A6A1
A8A4A6A2
A8A4A6A3
SECTION II
TM 11-5820-509-35
REPAIR PARTS FOR DIRECT SUPPORT, GENERAL SUPPORT, AND DEPOT MAINTENANCE (Continued)
(1)
SMR
CODE
(2)
FEDERAL
STOCK
NUMBER
(3)
DESCRIPTION
Reference Number & Mfr. Code
(4)
Usable
on Code
(5)
UNIT
OF
MEAS
QTY
INC
IN
UNIT
(6)
30 DAY DS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(7)
30 DAY GS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(c)
51-100
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(c)
51-100
(8)
1 YR
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
CNTGCY
(9)
DEPOT
MAINT
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
(10)
ILLUSTRATION
(a)
FIG
NO.
(b)
ITEM NO. OR
REFERENCE
DESIGNATION
X1-D
GEAR, SPUR, NO 1:
549-6092-002; (13499)
EA
1
A8A4A6A3MP1
X1-D
PIN, SPRING:
MS16562-190; (96906)
EA
1
A8A4A6A3MP2
X1-D
STOP, DIAL, NO. 2:
549-6094-002; (13499)
EA
1
A8A4A6A3MP3
X1-D
SCREW, MACHINE:
MS51959-12; (96906)
EA
1
A8A4A6A3MP3H1
GEAR, BEVEL, NO 2:
549-6121-002; (13499)
EA
1
8
3
P-D
SETSCREW:
MS51053-L26; (96906)
EA
2
REF
REF
A8A4A6MP36H1
P-D
SETSCREW:
MS51053-426; (96906)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A4A6MP36H2
GEARSSHAFT, BEVEL, SPUR-PRESSED:
549-6055-002; (13499)
EA
1
8
3
X1-D
GEAR, BEVEL, NO 2:
549-6038-002; (13499)
EA
1
A8A4A6A4MP1
X1-D
GEARSHAFT, SPUR-NO. 1:
549-6033-002; (13499)
EA
1
A8A4A6A4MP2
M-D
GEARSHAFT-COUPLER ASSEMBLY:
549-6046-002; (13499)
EA
1
A8A4A6A5
S4-D
COUPLING HALF, SHAFT-NO. 1:
549-6040-002; (13499)
EA
1
A8A4A6A5MP1
P-D
P-D
3020-088-6021
5820-977-1559
A8A4A6MP36
A8A4A6A4
P-D
5305-766-2422
SCREW, MACHINE:
MS51959-1; (96906)
EA
4
33
20
A8A4A6A5MP1H1
P-D
5305-766-2422
SCREW, MACHINE:
MS51959-1; (96906)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A4A6A5MP1H2
P-D
5305-766-2422
SCREW, MACHINE:
MS51959-1; (96906)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A4A6A5MP1H3
P-D
5305-766-2422
SCREW, MACHINE:
MS51959-1; (96906)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A4A6A5MP1H4
P-D
3040-977-1551
GEARSHAFT, SPUR-NO 2:
549-6034-002; (13499)
EA
1
8
3
A8A4A6MP37
P-D
5820-977-1558
GEARSHAFT, SPUR-12 TEETH:
549-6030-002; (13499)
EA
1
8
3
A8A4A6MP38
P-D
GEAR, SPUR, DETENT:
549-6052-002; (13499)
EA
1
8
3
A3A4A6MP39
P-D
GEAR, SPUR, NO.:
549-6036-oo002; (13499)
EA
1
8
3
A8A4A6MP40
GEAR, SPUR, NO 4:
549-6039-002; (13499)
EA
1
8
3
A8A4A6A6
HUB-GEAR:
549-6035-002; (13499)
EA
1
P-D
3020-985-2235
X1-D
A8A4A6A6MP1
P-D
5305-764-2966
SCREW, MACHINE:
MS51959-2; (96906)
EA
4
REF
RE
A8A4A6A6MP1H1
P-D
5305-764-2966
SCREW, MACHINE:
MS51959-2; (96906)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A4A6A6MP1H2
P-D
5305-764-2966
SCREW, MACHINE:
MS51959-2; (96906)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A4A6A6MP1H3
B-167
SECTION II
TM 11-5820-509-35
REPAIR PARTS FOR DIRECT SUPPORT, GENERAL SUPPORT, AND DEPOT MAINTENANCE (Continued)
(1)
SMR
CODE
(2)
FEDERAL
STOCK
NUMBER
(3)
DESCRIPTION
Reference Number & Mfr. Code
(4)
Usable
on Code
(5)
UNIT
OF
MEAS
QTY
INC
IN
UNIT
(6)
30 DAY DS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(7)
30 DAY GS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(c)
51-100
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(c)
51-100
(8)
1 YR
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
CNTGCY
(9)
DEPOT
MAINT
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
(10)
ILLUSTRATION
(a)
FIG
NO.
(b)
ITEM NO. OR
REFERENCE
DESIGNATION
P-D
5305-764-2966
SCREW, MACHINE:
MS51959-2; (9 6906)
EA
REF
REF
REF
P-D
3020-985-2236
GEAR, SPUR, 12T DETENT:
549-6065-002; (13499)
EA
1
8
3
A8A4A6MP62
GEAR, SPUR, 32 TEETH:
549-6044-002; (13499)
EA
1
8
3
A8A4A6MP63
P-D
A8A4A6A6MP1H4
P-D
3020-088-4507
GEAR, SPUR, 54 TEETH:
549-6054-002; (13499)
EA
1
6
3
A8A4A6MP64
P-D
3020-988-0687
GEAR, SPUR, 60 TEETH:
549-6037-002; (13499)
EA
1
8
3
A8A4A6MP41
P-D
3020-098-1785
GEAR, SPUR, 69 TEETH:
549-6060-002; (13499)
EA
1
8
3
A8A4A6MP42
P-D
3020-988-6910
GEAR, SPUR, 78T, RIVETED:
59-6066-002; (13499)
EA
1
8
3
A8A4A6MP43
P-D
5820-977-1560
GEAR, STOP, NO 1, RIVETED:
549-6078-002; (13499)
EA
1
8
3
A8A4A6MP44
SETSCREW:
6-40X1-4-6SPLINE416SST; (08664)
EA
1
12
5
A8A4A6MP44H1
GEAR, STOP, NO. 2:
549-6079-002; (13499)
EA
1
8
3
A8A4A6MP45
HANDLE, BOW-THREADED:
549-6087-002; (13499)
EA
2
P-D
P-D
5820-977-1561
M-D
A8A4A6MP46
P-D
5305-942-8431
SCREW, MACHINE:
P347-0053-000; (77250)
EA
2
33
20
A8A4A6MP46H1
P-D
5305-942-8431
SCREW, MACHINE:
P347-0053-000; (77250)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A4A6MP46H2
P-D
5310-933-8119
WASHER, LOCK:
MS35338-137; (96906)
EA
2
REF
REF
A8A4A6MP46H3
P-D
5310-933-8119
WASHER, LOCK:
MS35338-137; (96906)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A4A6MP46H4
P-D
5330-559-8909
WASHER, SEALING:
110-8; (86579)
EA
2
REF
REF
A8A4A6MP46H5
P-D
5330-559-8909
WASHER, SEALING:
110-8; (86579)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A4A6MP46H6
M-D
HANDLE, BOW-THREADED:
549-6087-002; (13499)
EA
REF
P-D
SCREW, MACHINE:
P347-0053-00o; (77250)
EA
2
REF
REF
A8A4A6MP47H1
P-D
SCREW, MACHINE:
P347-0053-000; (77250)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A4A6MP47H2
A8A4A6MP47
P-D
5310-933-8119
WASHER, LOCK:
MS35338-137; (96906)
EA
2
REF
REF
A8A4A6MP47H3
P-D
5310-933-8119
WASHER, LOCK:
MS35338-137; (96906)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A4A6MP47H4
P-D
5330-559-8909
WASHER, SEALING:
110-8; (86579)
EA
2
REF
REF
A8A4A6MP47H5
P-D
5330-559-8909
WASHER, SEALING:
110-8; (86579)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A4A6MP47H6
P-H-T
5820-984-1770
INDICATOR, FREQUENCY CHANNEL:
549-6116-004; (13499)
EA
1
5
2
*
B-168
*
*
A8A4A6A7
SECTION II
TM 11-5820-509-35
REPAIR PARTS FOR DIRECT SUPPORT, GENERAL SUPPORT, AND DEPOT MAINTENANCE (Continued)
(1)
SMR
CODE
(2)
FEDERAL
STOCK
NUMBER
(3)
DESCRIPTION
Reference Number & Mfr. Code
(4)
Usable
on Code
(5)
UNIT
OF
MEAS
QTY
INC
IN
UNIT
(6)
30 DAY DS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(7)
30 DAY GS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(c)
51-100
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(c)
51-100
(8)
1 YR
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
CNTGCY
(9)
DEPOT
MAINT
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
(10)
ILLUSTRATION
(a)
FIG
NO.
(b)
ITEM NO. OR
REFERENCE
DESIGNATION
P-D
5305-054-5648
SCREW, MACHINE:
MS51957-14; (96906)
EA
3
REF
REF
A8A4A6A7H3
P-D
5310-058-2949
WASHER, LOCK:
310-0278-000; (70318)
EA
3
REF
REF
A8A4A6A7H3
X1-D
BRACKET, INDICATOR, PRESSED:
549-6113-003; (13499)
EA
1
A8A4A6A7A1
X1-D
BRACKET, INDICATOR:
549-6254-004; (13499)
EA
1
A8A4A6A7A1MP1
X1-D
GEAR, SPUR, 8 TEETH:
541-8646-002; (13499)
EA
1
A8A4A6A7A1MP2
X1-D
PIN, GROOVED, HEADLESS:
GP4-125X0250-50; (73957)
EA
2
A8A4A6A7A1MP3
X1-D
PIN, GROOVED, HEADLESS:
GP4-125X0250-50; (73957)
EA
REF
A8A4A6A7A1MP4
X1-D
SHAFT, STRAIGHT-TRANSFER:
549-6015-002; (13499)
EA
1
A8A4A6A7A1MP5
X1-D
DIAL, SCALE, NO. 1 RIVETED:
549-6010-002; (13499)
EA
1
A8A4A6A7MP1
X1-D
DIAL, SCALE, NO. 2 RIVETED:
549-6011-002; (13499)
EA
1
A8A4A6A7MP2
X1-D
DIAL, SCALE, NO. 3 RIVETED:
549-6012-002; (13499)
EA
1
A8A4A6A7MP3
X1-D
DIAL, SCALE, NO. 4 RIVETED:
519-6013-002; (13499)
EA
1
A8A4A6A7MP4
X1-D
GEAR, 40 TEETH:
544-2986-002; (13499)
EA
1
A8A4A6A7MP5
X1-D
GEAR, BEVEL, NO. 3:
549-6051-002; (13499)
EA
5
A8A4A6A7MP6
X1-D
SETSCREW:
EA
4-48x1-8 6SPLINE0VPT18-8SST; (08664)
2
A8A4A6A7MP6H1
X1-D
SETSCREW:
EA
4-48X1-8 6SPLINE0VPT18-8SST; (08664)
REF
A8A4A6A7MP6H2
X1-D
GEAR, BEVEL, NO. 3:
549-6051-002; (13499)
REF
A8A4A6A7MP7
X1-D
SETSCREW:
EA
4-48x1-8 6SPLINED0PT18-8SST; (08664)
2
A8A4A6A7MP7H1
X1-D
SETSCREW:
EA
4-48x1-8 6SPLINE0VPT18-8SST; (08664)
REF
A8A4A6A7MP7H2
X1-D
GEAR, BEVEL, NO. 3:
549-6051-002; (13499)
REF
A8A4A6A7MP8
X1-D
SETSCREWEA
4-48X1-8 6SPLINE0VPT18-8SST; (08664)
2
A8A4A6A7MP8H1
X1-D
SETSCREW
EA
4-48X1-8 6SPLINE0VPT18-8SST; (08664)
REF
A8A4A6A7MP8H2
X1-D
GEAR, BEVEL, NO. 3:
549-6051-002; (134 99)
REF
A8A4A6A7MP9
X1-D
SETSCREW
EA
4-48X1-8 (SPLINE0VPT18-8SST; (08664)
2
A8A4A6A7MP9H1
X1-D
SETSCREW.
EA
4-48x1-8 6SPLINE0VPT18-8SST; (08664)
REF
A8A4A6A7MP9H2
EA
EA
EA
B-169
SECTION II
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REPAIR PARTS FOR DIRECT SUPPORT, GENERAL SUPPORT, AND DEPOT MAINTENANCE (Continued)
(1)
SMR
CODE
(2)
FEDERAL
STOCK
NUMBER
(3)
DESCRIPTION
Reference Number & Mfr. Code
(4)
Usable
on Code
(5)
UNIT
OF
MEAS
QTY
INC
IN
UNIT
EA
REF
X1-D
GEAR, BEVEL, NO 3:
549-6051-002; (13499)
X1-D
SETSCREW:
EA
4-48X1-8 6SPLINE0VPT18-8SST; (08664)
X1-D
SETSCREW:
4-48X1-8 6SPLINE0VPT18-8SST (08664)
X1-D
(6)
30 DAY DS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(7)
30 DAY GS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(c)
51-100
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(c)
51-100
(8)
1 YR
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
CNTGCY
(9)
DEPOT
MAINT
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
(10)
ILLUSTRATION
(a)
FIG
NO.
(b)
ITEM NO. OR
REFERENCE
DESIGNATION
A8A4A6A7MP10
2
A8A4A6A7MP10H1
EA
REF
A8A4A6A7MP10H2
GEAR, CLUSTER, BEVEL-SPUR:
549-6024-002; (13499)
EA
]
A8A4A6A7A2
X1-D
GEAR, BEVEL-COUNTER:
549-6022-002; (13499)
EA
1
A8A4A6A7A2MP1
X1-D
GEAR, SPUR-COUNTER:
549-6023-002; (13499)
EA
1
A8A4A6A7A2MP2
X1-D
GEARSHAFT, BEVEL PINNED:
549-6225-002; (13499)
EA
2
A8A4A6A7A3
X1-D
GEAR, BEVEL:
549-6224-002; (13499)
EA
2
A8A4A6A7A3MP1
X1-D
PIN, SPRING:
MS16562-192; (96906)
EA
2
A8A4A6A7A3MP2
X1-D
SHAFT, SHOULDERED, COUNTER:
5R9-6018-002; (13499)
EA
2
A8A4A6A7A3MP3
X1-D
GEARSHAFT, BEVEL PINNED:
549-6225-002; (13499)
EA
REF
A8A4A6A7A4
X1-D
GEAR, BEVEL:
549-6224-002; (13499)
EA
REF
A8A4A6A7A4MP1
X1-D
PIN, SPRING:
MS16562-192; (96906)
EA
REF
A8A4A6A7A4MP2
X1-D
SHAFT, SHOULDERED, COUNTER:
549-6018-002; (13499)
EA
REF
A8A4A6A7A4MP3
X1-D
GEAR, SPUR, 36 TEETH:
549-6058-002; (13499)
EA
1
A8A4A6A7MP11
X1-D
PIN, SPRING:
MS16562-192; (96906)
EA
2
A8A4A6A7MP12
X1-D
PIN, SPRING:
MS16562-192; (96906)
EA
REF
A8A4A6A7MP13
X1-D
RING, RETAINING:
MS16632-1018; (96906)
EA
1
A8A4A6A7H1
X1-D
RING, RETAINING:
5133-15C; (79136)
EA
2
A8A4A6A7H2
X1-D
RING, RETAINING:
5133-15C; (79136)
EA
REF
A8A4A6A7H3
X1-D
RING, RETAINING:
5133-18C; (79136)
EA
2
A8A4A6A7H4
X1-D
RING, RETAINING:
5133-18C; (79136)
EA
REF
A8A4A6A7H5
X1-D
SHAFT, SHOULDERED:
549-6053-002; (13499)
EA
1
A8A4A6A7MP14
X1-D
SHAFT, STRAIGHT-COUNTER:
549-6014-002; (13499)
EA
1
A8A4A6A7MP15
X1-D
SHAFT, STRAIGHT-NO 1:
549-6016-002; (13499)
EA
1
A8A4A6A7MP16
B-170
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REPAIR PARTS FOR DIRECT SUPPORT, GENERAL SUPPORT, AND DEPOT MAINTENANCE (Continued)
(1)
SMR
CODE
(2)
FEDERAL
STOCK
NUMBER
(3)
(4)
(5)
(6)
30 DAY DS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(7)
30 DAY GS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(8)
1 YR
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
CNTGCY
(9)
DEPOT
MAINT
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
(10)
ILLUSTRATION
UNIT
OF
MEAS
QTY
INC
IN
UNIT
SHAFT, STRAIGHT-NO. 2:
549-6507-002; (13499)
EA
1
KNOB:
549-6077-002,
EA
3
*
*
P-D
SETSCREW:
MS51053-426; (96906)
EA
2
REF
REF
A8A4A6MP48H1
P-D
SETSCREW:
MS51053-426; (96906)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A4A6MP48H2
KNOB:
549-6077-002; (1 3499)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A4A6P49
P-D
SETSCREW:
MS51053-426; (96906)
EA
2
REF
REF
A8A4A6MP49H1
P-D
SETSCREW:
MS51053-426; (96906)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A4A6MP49H2
KNOB:
549-6077-002; (13499)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A4A6MP50
P-D
SETSCREW:
MS51053-426; (96906)
EA
2
REF
REF
A8A4A6MP50H1
P-D
SETSCREW:
MS51053-426; (96906)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A4A6MP50H2
P-D
NUT, SLEEVE, NO 1:
549-6025-002; (13499)
EA
3
*
*
P-D
SCREW, MACHINE:
P342-0026-000; (77250)
EA
1
REF
REF
A8A4A6MP51H1
P-D
NUT, SLEEVE, NO 1:
549-6025-002; (13499)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A4A6MP51H2
P-D
SCREW, MACHINE:
P342-0026-oo000; (77250)
EA
1
REF
REF
A8A4A6MP51H3
P-D
NUT, SLEEVE, NO. 1:
549-6025-002; (13499)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A4A6MP52
P-D
SCREW, MACHINE:
P342-0026-000; (77250)
EA
1
REF
REF
A8A4A6MP52H1
P-D
NUT, SLEEVE, N0 2:
549-6028-002; (13499)
EA
2
*
*
P-D
SCREW, MACHINE:
P342-0026-000; (77250)
EA
1
REF
REF
A8A4A6MP53H1
P-D
NUT, SLEEVE, NO. 2:
549-6028-002; (13499)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A4A6MP54
P-D
SCREW, MACHINE:
P32-0026-000; (77250)
EA
1
REF
REF
A8A4A6MP54H1
A-H-T
PANEL, FRONT, PRESSED:
549-6122-005; (13499)
EA
1
X1-D
P-D
P-D
P-D
5355-951-4083
5355-951-4083
5355-951-4083
DESCRIPTION
Reference Number & Mfr. Code
Usable
on Code
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(c)
51-100
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(c)
51-100
(a)
FIG
NO.
(b)
ITEM NO. OR
REFERENCE
DESIGNATION
A8A4A6A7MP17
A8A4A6MP48
A8A4A6M51
A8A4A6MP53
A8A4A6A8
P-D
5315-881-2253
PIN, SPRING:
MS16562-221; (96906)
EA
2
*
*
A8A4A6A8MP1
P-D
5315-881-2255
PIN, SPRING:
MS16562-221; (96906)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A4A6A8MP2
P-D
5340-157-7856
POST, ELECTRICAL-MECHANICAL EQUIPMENT: EA
553-6329-003; (13499)
1
*
*
A8A4A6ABMP3
P-D
5305-455-2549
SCREW, MACHINE:
P342-0023-000; (77250)
1
*
*
A8A4A6A8MP3H1
EA
B-171
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REPAIR PARTS FOR DIRECT SUPPORT, GENERAL SUPPORT, AND DEPOT MAINTENANCE (Continued)
(1)
SMR
CODE
(2)
(4)
(5)
(6)
30 DAY DS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(7)
30 DAY GS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(8)
1 YR
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
CNTGCY
(9)
DEPOT
MAINT
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
(10)
ILLUSTRATION
UNIT
OF
MEAS
QTY
INC
IN
UNIT
POST, IDLER:
549-6056-002; (13499)
EA
3
*
*
A8A4A6A8MP4
P-D
POST, IDLER:
549-6056-002; (13191)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A4A6A8MP5
P-D
POST, IDLER:
549-6056-002; (13499)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A4A6A8MP6
P-D
FEDERAL
STOCK
NUMBER
(3)
5820-007-9538
DESCRIPTION
Reference Number & Mfr. Code
Usable
on Code
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(c)
51-100
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(c)
51-100
(a)
FIG
NO.
(b)
ITEM NO. OR
REFERENCE
DESIGNATION
P-D
5820-187-3932
POST, IDLER:
549-6056-002; (13499)
EA
1
*
*
A8A4A6A8MP7
P-D
5820-976-9776
PAWL, 12-POSITION, NO. 2-PRESSED: EA
549-6080-002; (13499)
1
*
*
A8A4A6A9
X1-D
PAWL, 12-POSITION:
549-6075-002; (13499)
EA
1
A8A4A6A9MP1
X1-D
PIN, SPRING:
MS16562-209; (96906)
EA
1
A8A4A6A9MP2
X1-D
SPRING, HELICAL, EXTENSION:
500-2179-002; (13499)
EA
1
A8A4A6A9MP3
PAWL, 12-POSITION, NO. 3-PRESSED: EA
549-6082-002; (13499)
1
X1-D
PAWL, 12-POSITION:
549-6085-002; (13499)
EA
1
A8A4A6A10MP1
X1-D
PIN, SPRING:
MS16562-209; (96906)
EA
1
A8A4A6A10MP2
X1-D
SPRING, HELICAL, EXTENSION:
756-5247-002; (13499)
EA
1
A8A4A6A10MP3
PAWL, 12-POSITION, PRESSED:
549-6086-002; (13499)
EA
1
X1-D
PAWL, 12-POSITION:
549-6085-002; (13499)
EA
1
A8A4A6A11MP1
X1-D
PIN, SPRING:
MS16562-209; (96906)
EA
1
A8A4A6A11MP2
X1-D
SPRING, HELICAL, EXTENSION:
500-2179-002; (13499)
EA
1
A8A4A6A11MP3
P-D
P-D
5820-976-9777
5820-976-9775
*
*
*
*
A8A4A6A10
A8A4A6A11
P-D
5820-006-9735
PLATE, GEAR, PRESSED:
549-6118- 004; (13499)
EA
1
*
*
P-D
5305-054-6652
SCREW, MACHINE:
MS51957-28; (96906)
EA
5
REF
REF
A8A4A6A12H5
WASHER, FLAT:
310-0046-000; (79807)
EA
1
REF
REF
A8A4A6A12H1
WASHER, LOCK:
310-0071-000; (79807)
EA
5
REF
REF
A8A4A6A12H5
X1-D
PLATE, GEAR
549-6117-004; (13499)
EA
1
A8A4A6A12MP1
X1-D
POST, KNOB STOP
549-6070-002; (13499)
EA
1
A8A4A6A12MP2
P-D
POST, BINDING
78411; (72825)
EA
2
*
*
A8A4A6E3
P-D
P-D
5310-271-7446
A8A4A6A12
P-D
5305-206-3716
SCREW, MACHINE
P343-0330-000; (77250)
EA
1
*
*
A8A4A6E3H1
P-D
5310-184-8978
WASHER, LOCK
310-0078-000; (79807)
EA
1
REF
REF
A8A4A6E3H2
B-172
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REPAIR PARTS FOR DIRECT SUPPORT, GENERAL SUPPORT, AND DEPOT MAINTENANCE (Continued)
(1)
SMR
CODE
(2)
FEDERAL
STOCK
NUMBER
(3)
DESCRIPTION
Reference Number & Mfr. Code
(4)
Usable
on Code
(5)
UNIT
OF
MEAS
QTY
INC
IN
UNIT
(6)
30 DAY DS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(7)
30 DAY GS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(c)
51-100
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(c)
51-100
(8)
1 YR
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
CNTGCY
(9)
DEPOT
MAINT
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
(10)
ILLUSTRATION
(a)
FIG
NO.
(b)
ITEM NO. OR
REFERENCE
DESIGNATION
P-D
5330-618-9563
WASHER, SEALING:
110-6; (86579)
EA
1
*
P-D
5940-258-1836
POST, BINDING:
7841; (72825)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A4A6E4
SCREW, MACHINE:
P343-0330-000; (77250)
EA
1
REF
REF
A8A4A6E4H1
P-D
A8A4A6E3H3
P-D
5310-184-8978
WASHER, LOCK:
310-0078-000; (79807)
EA
1
REF
REF
A8A4A6E4H2
P-D
5330-618 -9563
WASHER, SEALING:
110-6; (86579)
EA
1
REF
REF
A8A4A6E4H3
POST, PIVOT-CENTER KNOB:
549-6076-002; (13499)
EA
3
*
*
A8A4A6MP55
P-D
P-D
5310-262-6105
NUT, PLAIN, HEXAGON:
P313-0045-000; (77250)
EA
1
REF
REF
A8A4A6MP55H1
P-D
5310-271-7446
WASHER, LOCK:
310-0071-000; (79807)
EA
1
REF
REF
A8A4A6MP55H2
POST, PIVOT-CENTER KNOB:
549-6076-002; (13499)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A4A6MP56
P-D
P-D
5310-262-6105
NUT, PLAIN, HEXAGON:
P313-00 45-000; (77250 )
EA
1
REF
REF
A8A4A6MP56H1
P-D
5310-271-7446
WASHER, LOCK:
310-0071-000; (79807)
EA
1
REF
REF
A8A4A6MP56H2
POST, PIVOT-CENTER KNOB:
549-6076-002; ( 13499)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A4A6MP57
P-D
P-D
5310-262-6105
NUT, PLAIN, HEXAGON:
P313-0045-000; (77250 )
EA
1
REF
REF
A8A4A6MP57H1
P-D
5310-271-7446
WASHER, LOCK:
310-0071-000; (79807)
EA
1
REF
REF
A8A4A6MP57H2
P-D
5340-602-6075
RING, RETAINING:
MS16624-18; (96906)
EA
3
*
*
A8A4A6H1
P-D
5340-602-6075
RING, RETAINING:
MS16624-18; (96906)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A4A6H2
P-D
5340-602-6075
RING, RETAINING:
MS16624-18; (96906)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A4A6H3
P-D
5340-720-8064
RING, RETAINING:
MS16624-1025; (96906)
EA
1
*
*
A8A4A6H4
P-D
5340-634-7444
RING, RETAINING:
MS16632-1018; (96906)
EA
4
*
*
A8A4A6H5
P-D
5340-634-7444
RING, RETAINING:
MS16632-1018; (96906)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A4A6H6
P-D
5340-634-7444
RING, RETAINING:
MS16632-1018; (96906)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A4A6H7
P-D
5340-634-7444
RING, RETAINING:
MS16632-1018; (96906)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A4A6H8
P-D
5340-200-3475
RING, RETAINING:
5133-18C; (79136)
EA
6
*
*
A8A4A6H9
P-D
5340-200-3475
RING, RETAINING:
5133-18C; (79136)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A4A6H10
P-D
5340-200-3475
RING, RETAINING:
5133-18C; (79136)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A4A6H11
B-173
SECTION II
TM 11-5820-509-35
REPAIR PARTS FOR DIRECT SUPPORT, GENERAL SUPPORT, AND DEPOT MAINTENANCE (Continued)
(1)
SMR
CODE
(2)
FEDERAL
STOCK
NUMBER
(3)
DESCRIPTION
Reference Number & Mfr. Code
(4)
Usable
on Code
(5)
UNIT
OF
MEAS
QTY
INC
IN
UNIT
(6)
30 DAY DS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(7)
30 DAY GS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(c)
51-100
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(c)
51-100
(8)
1 YR
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
CNTGCY
(9)
DEPOT
MAINT
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
(10)
ILLUSTRATION
(a)
FIG
NO.
(b)
ITEM NO. OR
REFERENCE
DESIGNATION
P-D
5340-200-3475
RING, RETAINING:
5133-18C; (T9136)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A4A6H12
P-D
5340-200-3475
RING, RETAINING:
5133-18C; (79136)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A4A6H13
P-D
5340-200-3475
RING, RETAINING:
5133-18C; (79136)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A4A6H14
P-D
5305-984-2144
SCREW, EYE:
549-6081-002; (13499)
EA
3
*
*
A8A4A6MP58
P-D
5305-984-2144
SCREW, EYE:
549-6081-002; (13499)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A4A6MP59
P-D
5305-984-2144
SCREW, EYE:
549-6081-002; (13499)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A4A6MP60
M-D
SHIELD, METER:
549-6114-003; (13499)
EA
1
P-D
SCREW, SELF-LOCKING:
LP51959-13M; ( 03038)
EA
4
REF
REF
A8A4A6E5H1
P-D
SCREW, SELF-LOCKING:
LP51959-13M; (03038)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A4A6E5H2
P-D
SCREW, SELF-LOCKING:
LP51959-13M; (03038)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A4A6E5H3
P-D
SCREW, SELF-LOCKING:
LP51959-13M; (03038)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A4A6E5H4
STOP ASSEMBLY, DIAL:
553-9737-003; (13499)
EA
1
*
*
A8A4A6A13
P-D
STUD, SHOULDERED:
553-9732-002; (13499)
EA
1
*
*
A8A4A6A13H1
X1-D
PIN, GROOVED, HEADLESS:
GP4-062X0250-50; (73957)
EA
2
A8A4A6A13MP1
X1-D
PIN, GROOVED, HEADLESS:
GP4-062X0250-50; (73957)
EA
REF
A8A4A6A13MP2
X1-D
PLATE, SUPPORT-STOP:
553-9736-002; (13499)
EA
1
A8A4A6A13MP3
X1-D
STOP, DIAL:
553-9735-002; (13499)
EA
1
A8A4A6A13MP4
P-D
5820-089-4996
A8A4A6E5
P-D
5940-156-7344
TERMINAL, LUG:
2104-06-02-2520N; (78189)
EA
1
*
*
A8A4A6E6
P-D
5340-124-3383
WASHER:
543-5656-003; (13499)
EA
3
*
*
A8A4A6H15
P-D
5340-124-3383
WASHER:
543-5656-003; (13499)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A4A6H16
P-D
5340-124-3383
WASHER:
543-5656-003; (13499)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A4A6H17
PLATE, CHART:
553-9773-002; (13499)
EA
1
SCREW, MACHINE:
P343 3-0018-000; (77250 )
EA
4
*
*
A8A4MP53H1
P-D
SCREW, MACHINE:
P343-0018-000; (77250)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A4MP53H2
P-D
SCREW, MACHINE:
P343-0018-000; (77250)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A4MP53H3
M-D
P-D
5305-439-2737
A8A4MP53
B-174
SECTION II
TM 11-5820-509-35
REPAIR PARTS FOR DIRECT SUPPORT, GENERAL SUPPORT, AND DEPOT MAINTENANCE (Continued)
(1)
SMR
CODE
(2)
FEDERAL
STOCK
NUMBER
(3)
DESCRIPTION
Reference Number & Mfr. Code
(4)
Usable
on Code
(5)
UNIT
OF
MEAS
QTY
INC
IN
UNIT
P-D
SCREW, MACHINE:
P33-0018-000. (77250)
EA
REF
P-D
PLATE, COVER:
549-6135-002; (13199)
EA
1
(6)
30 DAY DS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(7)
30 DAY GS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(c)
51-100
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(c)
51-100
(8)
1 YR
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
CNTGCY
REF
(9)
DEPOT
MAINT
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
REF
(10)
ILLUSTRATION
(a)
FIG
NO.
(b)
ITEM NO. OR
REFERENCE
DESIGNATION
A8A4MP53H4
A8A4MP54
P-D
5305-721-3842
SCREW, MACHINE:
P342-0024-000; (77250)
EA
4
*
*
A8A4MP54H1
P-D
5305-721-3842
SCREW, MACHINE:
P342-0024-000; (77250)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A4MP54H2
P-D
5305-721-3842
SCREW, MACHINE:
P342-0024-000; (77250)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A4MP54H3
P-D
5305-724-3842
SCREW, MACHINE:
P342-0024-00; (77250)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A4MP54H4
PLATE, GEAR-REAR ROLLED:
549-6217-003; (13499)
EA
1
*
*
P-D
A8A4KP55
P-D
5305-054-6650
SCREW, MACHINE:
MS51957-26; (96906)
EA
6
REF
REF
A8A4MP55H1
P-D
5305-054-6650
SCREW, MACHINE:
MS51957-26; (96906)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A4MP55H2
P-D
5305-054-6650
SCREW, MACHINE:
MS51957-26; (96906)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A4MP55H3
P-D
5305-054-6650
SCREW, MACHINE:
MS51957-26; (96906)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A4MP55H4
P-D
5305-054-6650
SCREW, MACHINE:
MS51957-26; (96906)
EA
REF
REF
REF
ABA4MP55H5
P-D
5305-054-6650
SCREW, MACHINE:
MS51957-26; (96906)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A4MP55H6
P-D
PLATE, HEAT TRANSFER:
58-9319-002; (13499)
EA
2
A8A4MP56
M-D
PLATE, HEAT TRANSFER:
548-9319-002; (13;99)
EA
REF
A8A4MP57
P-D
6210-736-7715
REFLECTOR, LIGHT:
548-79080002; (13499)
EA
2
*
*
A8A4MP58
P-D
6210-736-7715
REFLECTOR, LIGHT:
5&8-7908-002; (13499)
EA
REF
REF
REF
ABA4MP59
P-D
5945-105-4267
RELAY, ARMATURE:
3SBF1054A2; (01526)
EA
1
*
*
P-D
5310-614-3500
NUT, SELF-LOCKING, HEXAGON:
68-1660-40; (72962)
EA
2
REF
REF
A8A4K6H1
P-D
5310-614-3500
NUT, SELF-LOCKING, HEXAGON:
68-1660-40; (72962)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A4K6H2
P-D
SCREW, MACHINE:
P330-2291-000; (77250)
EA
2
REF
REF
A8A4K6H3
P-D
SCREW, MACHINE:
P330-2291-000; (77250)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A4K6H4
A8A4K6
P-D
5310-782-1349
WASHER, FLAT:
310-0045-000; (79807)
EA
1
REF
REF
A8A4K6H5
P-D
5945-889-1179
RELAY, ARMATURE:
RB1J26D1018; (73905)
EA
1
*
*
A8A4K101
P-D
5945-153-8304
RELAY, ARMATURE:
BRX300D2S2-26V; (09026)
EA
1
A8A4K2
B-175
SECTION II
TM 11-5820-509-35
REPAIR PARTS FOR DIRECT SUPPORT, GENERAL SUPPORT, AND DEPOT MAINTENANCE (Continued)
(1)
SMR
CODE
(2)
FEDERAL
STOCK
NUMBER
(3)
DESCRIPTION
Reference Number & Mfr. Code
(4)
Usable
on Code
(5)
UNIT
OF
MEAS
QTY
INC
IN
UNIT
(6)
30 DAY DS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(7)
30 DAY GS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(c)
51-100
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(c)
51-100
(8)
1 YR
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
CNTGCY
(9)
DEPOT
MAINT
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
(10)
ILLUSTRATION
(a)
FIG
NO.
(b)
ITEM NO. OR
REFERENCE
DESIGNATION
P-D
5310-262-6105
NUT, PLAIN, HEXAGON:
P313-0045-000; (77250)
EA
2
REF
REF
A8A4K2H1
P-D
5310-262-6105
NUT, PLAIN, HEXAGON:
P313-0045-000; (77250)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A4K2H2
P-D
5305-763-6963
SCREW, MACHINE:
MS51959-28; (96906)
EA
2
REF
REF
A8A4K2H3
P-D
5305-763-6963
SCREW, MACHINE:
MS51959-28; (96906)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A4K2H4
P-D
5310-271-7446
WASHER, LOCK, SPLIT:
310-0071-000; (79807)
EA
2
REF
REF
A8A4K2H5
P-D
5310-271-7446
WASHER, LOCK, SPLIT:
310-0071-000; (79807)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A4K2H6
P-D
5945-983-9145
RELAY, ARMATURE:
3SAF1242; (01526)
EA
4
*
*
P-D
5310-614-3500
NUT, SELF-LOCKING, HEXAGON:
68-1660-40; (72962)
EA
2
REF
REF
A8A4K1H1
P-D
5310-614-3500
NUT, SELF-LOCKING, HEXAGON:
68-1660-40; (72962)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A4K1H2
P-D
5305-059-7189
SCREW, MACHINE:
P330-2292-000; (77250)
EA
2
REF
REF
A8A4K1H3
P-D
5305-059-7189
SCREW, MACHINE:
P330-2292-000; (77250)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A4K1H4
P-D
5945-983-9145
RELAY, ARMATURE:
3SAF1242; (01526)
EA
REF
REF
REF
P-D
5310-614-3500
NUT, SELF-LOCKING, HEXAGON:
68-1660-40; (72962)
EA
2
REF
REF
A8A4K4H1
P-D
5310-614-3500
NUT, SELF-LOCKING, HEXAGON:
68-1660-40; (72962)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A4K4H2
P-D
SCREW, MACHINE:
P330-2292-000; (77250)
EA
2
REF
REF
A8A4K4H3
P-D
SCREW, MACHINE:
P330-2292-000; (77250)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A4K4H4
3-67
3-67
3-67
A8A4K1
A8A4K4
P-D
5945-983-9145
RELAY, ARMATURE:
3SAF1242; (01526)
EA
REF
REF
REF
P-D
5310-614-3500
NUT, SELF-LOCKING, HEXAGON:
68-1660-40; (72962)
EA
2
REF
REF
A8A4K3H1
P-D
5310-614-3500
NUT, SELF-LOCKING, HEXAGON:
68-1660-40; (72962)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A4K3H2
P-D
SCREW, MACHINE:
P330-2292-000; (77250)
EA
2
REF
REF
A8A4K3H3
P-D
SCREW, MACHINE:
P330-2292-000; (77250)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A4K3H4
P-D
5945-983-9145
RELAY, ARMATURE:
3SAF1242; (01526)
EA
REF
REF
REF
P-D
5305-054-5649
SCREW, MACHINE:
MS51957-15; (96906)
EA
2
REF
REF
A8A4K5H1
P-D
5305-054-5649
SCREW, MACHINE:
MS51957-15; (96906)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A4K5H2
WASHER, LOCK:
MS35338-135; (96906)
EA
2
REF
REF
A8A4K5H3
P-D
B-176
3-67
A8A4K3
A8A4K5
SECTION II
TM 11-5820-509-35
REPAIR PARTS FOR DIRECT SUPPORT, GENERAL SUPPORT, AND DEPOT MAINTENANCE (Continued)
(1)
SMR
CODE
(2)
FEDERAL
STOCK
NUMBER
P-D
(3)
(4)
(5)
(6)
30 DAY DS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(7)
30 DAY GS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(8)
1 YR
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
CNTGCY
(9)
DEPOT
MAINT
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
UNIT
OF
MEAS
QTY
INC
IN
UNIT
WASHER, LOCK:
MS35338-135; (96906)
EA
REF
REF
REF
DESCRIPTION
Reference Number & Mfr. Code
Usable
on Code
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(c)
51-100
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(c)
51-100
(10)
ILLUSTRATION
(a)
FIG
NO.
(b)
ITEM NO. OR
REFERENCE
DESIGNATION
A8A4K5H4
P-D
5945-889-1180
RELAY, ARMATURE:
3SAC1025; (01526)
EA
1
*
*
3-65
A8A4K102
P-D
5310-275-0889
NUT, PLAIN, HEXAGON:
P313-0132-000; (77250)
EA
2
REF
REF
A8A4K102H1
P-D
5310-275-0889
NUT, PLAIN, HEXAGON:
P313-0132-000; (77250)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A4K102H2
P-D
5305-054-5647
SCREW, MACHINE:
MS51957-13; (96906)
EA
2
REF
REF
A8A4K102H3
P-D
5305-054-5647
SCREW, MACHINE:
MS51957-13; (96906)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A4K102H4
P-D
5310-058-2949
WASHER, LOCK:
310-0278-000; (70318)
EA
2
REF
REF
A8A4K102H5
P-D
5310-058-2949
WASHER, LOCK:
310-0278-000; (70318)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A4K102H6
P-D
5905-228-6088
RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITION:
RCR32G331K5; (81349)
EA
1
*
*
A8A4R9
P-D
5905-247-8732
RESISTOR, FIXED COMPOSITION:
RCR32G471KS; (81349)
EA
1
*
*
A8A4R120
P-D
5905-104-8355
RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITION
RCR32G561KS; (81349)
EA
1
*
*
A8A4R125
P-D
RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITION
RCR32G153KS; (81349)
EA
2
*
*
A8A4R24
P-D
RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITION
RCR32G153KS; (81349)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A4R25
P-D
5905-484-0278
RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITION
RCR32G335KS; (81349)
EA
3
*
*
3-64
A8A4R112
P-D
5905-484-0278
RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITION
RCR32G335KS; (81349)
EA
REF
REF
REF
3-64
A8A4R113
P-D
5905-484-0278
RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITION
RCR32G335KS; (81349)
EA
REF
REF
REF
3-64
A8A4R114
P-D
RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITION
RC42GF181K; (81349)
EA
1
*
*
A8A4R6
P-D
RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITION
RC42CF331K; (81349)
EA
1
*
*
A8A4R10
P-D
5905-988-2313
RESISTOR, FIXED, FILM
RN60D1211F; (81349)
EA
1
*
*
3-67
A8A4R127
P-D
5905-985-5465
RESISTOR, FIXED, FILM
RN60D1962F; (81349)
EA
1
REF
REF
3-67
A8A4R126
P-D
5905-952-9232
RESISTOR, FIXED, WIREWOUND
RE70G4751; (81349)
EA
1
*
*
3-67
A8A4R8
P-D
5310-614-3500
NUT, SELF-LOCKING, HEXAGON
68-1660-40; (72962)
EA
2
REF
REF
A8A4R8H1
P-D
5310-614-3500
NUT, SELF-LOCKING, HEXAGON
68-1660-40; (72962)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A4R8H2
P-D
5305-801-9932
SCREW, MACHINE
P330-2291-000; (77250)
EA
2
REF
REF
A8A4R8H3
P-D
5305-801-9932
SCREW, MACHINE
P330-2291-000; (77250)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A4R8H4
B-177
SECTION II
TM 11-5820-509-35
REPAIR PARTS FOR DIRECT SUPPORT, GENERAL SUPPORT, AND DEPOT MAINTENANCE (Continued)
(1)
SMR
CODE
(2)
(4)
(5)
UNIT
OF
MEAS
QTY
INC
IN
UNIT
RESISTOR-SWITCH ASSEMBLY:
549-6229-003; (13499)
EA
1
BOOT, DUST AND MOISTURE SEAL:
R9030-1-4; (97539)
EA
WASHER:
AN960-616L; (88044)
X1-D
P-H-T
FEDERAL
STOCK
NUMBER
(3)
5820-977-1566
DESCRIPTION
Reference Number & Mfr. Code
Usable
on Code
(6)
30 DAY DS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(7)
30 DAY GS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(c)
51-100
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(c)
51-100
*
*
*
(8)
1 YR
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
CNTGCY
(9)
DEPOT
MAINT
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
(10)
ILLUSTRATION
(a)
FIG
NO.
(b)
ITEM NO. OR
REFERENCE
DESIGNATION
*
*
A8A4A7
1
*
*
A8A4A7H1
EA
1
*
*
A8A4A7H2
RESISTOR, FIXED COMPOSITION:
RCRO20G102KS; ( 81349)
EA
1
A8A4A7R118
X1-D
RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITION:
RCR32G104KS; (81349)
EA
1
A8A4A7R107
X1-D
RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITION:
RC42GF104K; (81349)
EA
3
A8A4A7R105
X1-D
RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITION:
RC42GF104K; (81349)
EA
REF
A8A4A7R106
X1-D
RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITION:
RC42GF104K; (81349)
EA
REF
A8A4A7R128
X1-D
RESISTOR-SWITCH SUBASSEMBLY:
549-6194-002; (13499)
EA
1
A8A4A7A1
X1-D
WASHER, FLAT:
310-0045-000; (79807)
EA
4
A8A4A7A1H1
X1-D
NUT, PLAIN, HEXAGON:
P313-0132-000; (77250)
EA
4
A8A4A7A1H2
X1-D
BOARD, TERMINAL, RIVETED:
549-6193-002; (13499)
EA
1
A8A4A7A1E1
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, CERAMIC:
20C95; (56289)
EA
1
A8A4A7A1C106
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, CERAMIC:
CK13BX103M; (81349)
EA
1
A8A4A7A1C107
X1-D
RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITION:
RCR20G47LKS; (81349)
EA
1
A8A4A7A1R129
X1-D
RESISTOR, VARIABLE, COMPOSITION: EA
G3629; (01121)
1
X1-D
NUT, PLAIN, HEXAGON:
P334-0253-00; (77250)
EA
1
A8A4A7A1R117H1
X1-D
WASHER, LOCK:
1714-05; (78189)
EA
1
A8A4A7A1R117H2
X1-D
SEMICONDUCTOR DEVICE, DIODE:
IM3287; (07688)
EA
1
A8A4A7A1CR103
X1-D
SEMICONDUCTOR DEVICE, DIODE:
JAN1N663; (81350)
EA
1
A8A4A7A1CR102
X1-D
SHAFT, SHOULDERED-RESISTOR:
549-6191-002; (13499)
EA
1
A8A4A7MP1
X1-D
SWITCH, ROTARY:
225251N2C; (76854)
EA
1
A8A4A7S103
P-D
RESISTOR, VARIABLE, WIRE WOUND: EA
44968-50; (44655)
1
*
*
P-D
NUT, PLAIN, HEXAGON:
P334-0253-00; (77250)
EA
1
*
*
A8A4R121H1
P-D
WASHER, SPRING, TENSION:
310-0082-000; (79807)
EA
1
*
*
A8A4R121H2
P-D
P-D
5310-167-0837
3-65
B-178
3-65
A8A4A7A1R117
A8A4R121
SECTION II
TM 11-5820-509-35
REPAIR PARTS FOR DIRECT SUPPORT, GENERAL SUPPORT, AND DEPOT MAINTENANCE (Continued)
(1)
SMR
CODE
(2)
FEDERAL
STOCK
NUMBER
(3)
DESCRIPTION
Reference Number & Mfr. Code
(4)
Usable
on Code
(5)
UNIT
OF
MEAS
QTY
INC
IN
UNIT
(6)
30 DAY DS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(7)
30 DAY GS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(c)
51-100
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(c)
51-100
(8)
1 YR
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
CNTGCY
(9)
DEPOT
MAINT
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
(10)
ILLUSTRATION
(a)
FIG
NO.
(b)
ITEM NO. OR
REFERENCE
DESIGNATION
P-D
5340-598-1300
RING, RETAINING:
5133-25C; (79136)
EA
2
*
*
A8A4H1
P-D
5340-598-1300
RING, RETAINING:
5133-25C; (79136)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A4H2
P-D
5340-205-6694
RING, RETAINING:
5133-6C; (79136)
EA
4
*
*
A8A4H3
P-D
5340-205-6694
RING, RETAINING:
5133-6C; (79136)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A4H4
P-D
5340-205-6694
RING, RETAINING:
5133-6C; (79136)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A4H5
P-D
5340-205-6694
RING, RETAINING:
5133-6C; (79136)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A4H6
P-D
5820-984-2139
SEMICONDUCTOR DEVICE-RESISTOR
ASSEMBLY:
EA
549-6126-002; (13499)
1
*
*
A8A4A15
P-D
WASHER, FLAT:
310-6325-000; (79807)
EA
2
REF
REF
A8A4A15H2
P-D
WASHER, LOCK, SPRING:
MS35338-135; (96906)
EA
2
REF
REF
A8A4A15H2
SCREW, MACHINE:
MS51957-15; (96906)
EA
2
REF
REF
A8A4A15H2
X1-D
BOARD, TERMINAL, NO. 2-PRESSED:
549-6205-003; (13499)
EA
1
A8A4A15E1
X1-D
RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITION:
RCR20G472KS; (81349)
EA
1
A8A4A15R16
X1-D
SEMICONDUCTOR DEVICE, DIODE:
1N3639; (07688)
EA
4
A8A4A15CR3
X1-D
SEMICONDUCTOR DEVICE, DIODE:
1N3639; (07688)
EA
REF
A8A4A15CR4
X1-D
SEMICONDUCTOR DEVICE, DIODE:
1N3639; (07688)
EA
REF
A8A4A15CR5
X1-D
SEMICONDUCTOR DEVICE, DIODE:
1N3639; (07688)
EA
REF
A8A4A15CR6
M-D
SHAFT, SHOULDERED-SWITCH:
549-6195-002; (13499)
EA
1
A8A4MP60
A8A4MP61
P-D
5305-054-5649
M-D
5340-695-2558
SLEEVE, SPRING:
340-0642-00; (91314)
EA
21
P-D
5305-922-6281
SCREW, MACHINE:
P347-005-000; (77250)
EA
1
*
*
A8A4MP61H1
P-D
5310-933-8119
WASHER, LOCK, SPLIT:
MS35338-137; (96906)
EA
1
REF
REF
A8A4MP61H2
M-D
5340-695-2558
SLEEVE, SPRING:
340-0642-00; (91314)
EA
REF
P-D
5305-660-2196
SCREW, MACHINE:
P347-0056-000; (77250)
EA
1
REF
REF
A8A4MP62H1
P-D
5310-933-8119
WASHER, LOCK, SPLIT:
MS35338-137; (96906)
EA
1
REF
REF
A8A4MP62H2
M-D
5340-695-2558
SLEEVE, SPRING:
340-0642-00; (91314)
EA
REF
P-D
5305-660-2196
SCREW, MACHINE
P347-0056-000; (77250)
EA
1
A8A4MP62
A8A4MP63
REF
B-179
REF
A8A4MP63H1
SECTION II
TM 11-5820-509-35
REPAIR PARTS FOR DIRECT SUPPORT, GENERAL SUPPORT, AND DEPOT MAINTENANCE (Continued)
(1)
SMR
CODE
(2)
FEDERAL
STOCK
NUMBER
(3)
DESCRIPTION
Reference Number & Mfr. Code
(4)
Usable
on Code
(5)
UNIT
OF
MEAS
QTY
INC
IN
UNIT
(6)
30 DAY DS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(7)
30 DAY GS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(c)
51-100
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(c)
51-100
(8)
1 YR
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
CNTGCY
REF
(10)
ILLUSTRATION
(a)
FIG
NO.
(b)
ITEM NO. OR
REFERENCE
DESIGNATION
P-D
5310-933-8119
WASHER, LOCK, SPLIT:
MS35338-137; (96906)
EA
1
M-D
5340-695-2558
SLEEVE, SPRING:
340-0062-00; (91314)
EA
REF
SCREW, MACHINE:
P347-0056-o00; (77250)
EA
1
REF
REF
A8A4MP64H1
REF
REF
A8A4MP64H2
P-D
REF
(9)
DEPOT
MAINT
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
A8A4MP63H2
A8A4MP64
P-D
5310-933-8119
WASHER, LOCK, SPLIT:
MS35338-137; ( 96906)
EA
1
M-D
5340-695-2558
SLEEVE, SPRING:
340-0642-00; (91314)
EA
REF
SCREW, MACHINE:
P347-0056-000; (77250)
EA
1
REF
REF
A8A4MP65H1
REF
REF
A8A4MP65H2
P-D
A8A4MP65
P-D
5310-933-8119
WASHER, LOCK, SPLIT:
MS35338-137; (96906)
EA
1
M-D
5340-695-2558
SLEEVE, SPRING:
340-0642-00; (91314)
EA
REF
SCREW, MACHINE:
P347-0056-000; (77250)
EA
1
REF
REF
A8A4MP66H1
REF
REF
A8A4MP66H2
P-D
A8A4MP66
P-D
5310-933-8119
WASHER, LOCK, SPLIT:
MS35338-137; (96 906)
EA
1
M-D
5340-695-2558
SLEEVE, SPRING:
340-0642-00; (9131 )
EA
REF
SCREW, MACHINE:
P347-0056-ooo; (77250)
EA
1
REF
REF
A8A4MP67H1
REF
REF
A8A4MP67H2
P-D
A8A4MP67
P-D
5310-933-8119
WASHER, LOCK, SPLIT:
MS35338-137; (96906)
EA
1
M-D
5340-695-2558
SLEEVE, SPRING:
3k0-0642-00; (91314)
EA
REF
SCREW, MACHINE:
P347-0056-Ooo; (77250)
E,
1
REF
REF
A8A4MP68H1
REF
REF
A8A4MP68H2
P-D
A8A4MP68
P-D
5310-933-8119
WASHER, LOCK, SPLIT:
MS35338-137; (9690 6)
EA
1
M-D
5310-695-2558
SLEEVE, SPRING:
340-0642-00; (91314 )
EA
REF
SCREW, MACHINE:
P347-0056-000; (77250)
EA
1
REF
REF
A8A4MP69H1
REF
REF
A8A4MP69H2
P-D
A8A4MP69
P-D
5310-933-8119
WASHER, LOCK, SPLIT:
MS35338-137; (96906)
EA
1
M-D
5340-695-2558
SLEEVE, SPRING:
340-0642-00; (91314)
EA
REF
SCREW, MACHINE:
P347-0056-000; (77250)
EA
1
REF
REF
A8A4MP70H1
REF
REF
A8A4MP70H2
P-D
A8A4MP70
P-D
5310-933-8119
WASHER, LOCK, SPLIT:
MS35338-137; (96906 )
EA
1
M-D
5310-695-2558
SLEEVE, SPRING:
340-0642-00; (91314)
EA
REF
SCREW, MACHINE:
P347-0056-000; (77250 )
EA
1
REF
REF
A8A4MP71H1
WASHER, LOCK, SPLIT:
MS35338-137; (96906)
EA
1
REF
REF
A8A4MP71H2
P-D
P-D
5310-933-8119
A8A4MP71
B-180
SECTION II
TM 11-5820-509-35
REPAIR PARTS FOR DIRECT SUPPORT, GENERAL SUPPORT, AND DEPOT MAINTENANCE (Continued)
(1)
SMR
CODE
(2)
FEDERAL
STOCK
NUMBER
(3)
DESCRIPTION
Reference Number & Mfr. Code
(4)
Usable
on Code
(5)
UNIT
OF
MEAS
QTY
INC
IN
UNIT
(6)
30 DAY DS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(7)
30 DAY GS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(c)
51-100
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(c)
51-100
(8)
1 YR
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
CNTGCY
(9)
DEPOT
MAINT
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
(10)
ILLUSTRATION
(a)
FIG
NO.
(b)
ITEM NO. OR
REFERENCE
DESIGNATION
M-D
5340-695-2558
SLEEVE, SPRING:
340-0612-00; (91314)
EA
REF
A8A4MP72
P-D
5305-660-2196
SCREW, MACHINE:
P347-0056-000; (77250)
EA
1
REF
REF
A8A4MP72H1
P-D
5310-933-8119
WASHER, LOCK, SPLIT:
MS35338-137; (96906)
EA
1
REF
REF
A8A4MP72H2
M-D
5340-695-2558
SLEEVE, SPRING:
340-0642-00; (91314)
EA
REF
P-D
5305-660-2196
SCREW, MACHINE:
P347-0056--00; (77250 )
EA
1
REF
REF
A8A4MP73H1
P-D
5310-933-8119
WASHER, LOCK, SPLIT
MS35338-137; (96906)
EA
1
REF
REF
A8A4MP73H2
M-D
5340-695-2558
SLEEVE SPRING:
340-0642-00; (91314)
EA
REF
P-D
5305-660-2196
SCREW, MACHINE:
P347-0056-000; (77250 )
EA
1
REF
REF
A8A4MP74H1
P-D
5310-933-8119
WASHER, LOCK, SPLIT:
MS35338-137; (96906)
EA
1
REF
REF
A8A4MP74H2
M-D
5340-695-2558
SLEEVE, SPRING
340-0642-00; (91314)
EA
REF
P-D
5305-660-2196
SCREW, MACHINE:
P347-0056-000; (77250)
EA
1
REF
REF
A8A4MP75H1
P-D
5310-933-8119
WASHER, LOCK, SPLIT:
MS35338-137; (96906)
EA
1
REF
REF
A8A4MP75H2
M-D
5340-695-2558
SLEEVE, SPRING:
340-0642-00; (91314)
EA
REF
P-D
5305-660-2196
SCREW, MACHINE:
P347-0056-000; (7 7250)
EA
1
REF
REF
A8A4MP76H1
P-D
5310-933-8119
WASHER, LOCK, SPLIT:
MS35338-137; (96906)
EA
1
REF
REF
A8A4MP76H2
M-D
5340-695-2558
SLEEVE, SPRING:
340-0642-00; (91314)
EA
REF
P-D
5305-660-2196
SCREW, MACHINE:
P37-0056-000; (77250 )
EA
1
REF
REF
A8A4MP77H1
P-D
5310-933-8119
WASHER, LOCK, SPLIT:
MS35338-137; (96906)
EA
1
REF
REF
A8A4MP77H2
M-D
5340-695-2558
SLEEVE, SPRING:
340-0642-00; (91314)
EA
REF
P-D
5305-660-2196
SCREW, MACHINE:
P347-0056-000; (77250)
EA
1
REF
REF
A8A4MP78H1
P-D
5310-933-8119
WASHER, LOCK, SPLIT:
MS35338-137; (96906)
EA
1
REF
REF
A8A4MP78H2
K-D
5340-695-2558
SLEEVE, SPRING:
340-0642-00; (91314)
EA
REF
P-D
5305-660-2196
SCREW , MACHINE:
P347-0056-000; (77250)
EA
1
REF
REF
A8A4MP79H1
P-D
5310-933-8119
WASHER. LOCK, SPLIT:
MS35338-137; (96906)
EA
1
REF
REF
A8A4MP79H2
M-D
5340-695-2558
SLEEVE, SPRING:
340-0642-00; (91314)
EA
REF
A8A4MP73
A8A4MP74
A8A4MP75
A8A4MP76
A8A4MP77
A8A4MP78
A8A4MP79
A8A4MP80
B-181
SECTION II
TM 11-5820-509-35
REPAIR PARTS FOR DIRECT SUPPORT, GENERAL SUPPORT, AND DEPOT MAINTENANCE (Continued)
(1)
SMR
CODE
(2)
FEDERAL
STOCK
NUMBER
(3)
DESCRIPTION
Reference Number & Mfr. Code
(4)
Usable
on Code
(5)
UNIT
OF
MEAS
QTY
INC
IN
UNIT
(6)
30 DAY DS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(7)
30 DAY GS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(c)
51-100
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(c)
51-100
(8)
1 YR
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
CNTGCY
(9)
DEPOT
MAINT
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
(10)
ILLUSTRATION
(a)
FIG
NO.
(b)
ITEM NO. OR
REFERENCE
DESIGNATION
P-D
5305-660-2196
SCREW, MACHINE:
P347-0056-000; (77250 )
EA
1
REF
REF
A8A4MP80H1
P-D
5310-933-8119
WASHER, LOCK, SPLIT:
MS35338-137; (96906)
EA
1
REF
REF
A8A4MP80H2
M-D
5340-695-2558
SLEEVE, SPRING:
3400-062-00; (91314)
EA
REF
P-D
5305-660-2196
SCREW, MACHINE:
P347-0056-000; (77250)
EA
1
REF
REF
A8A4MP81H1
P-D
5310-933-8119
WASHER, LOCK, SPLIT:
MS35338-137; (96906)
EA
1
REF
REF
A8A4MP81H2
P-D
5940-056-8696
SOLDER, SLEEVE:
D144-01; (08795)
EA
2
*
*
A8A4MP82
P-D
5940-056-8696
SOLDER, SLEEVE:
D144-01; (08795)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A4MP83
M-D
SPACER, PLATE-RELAY:
549-6149-002; (13499)
EA
1
A8A4MP84
M-D
SPACER, SLEEVE:
541-6017-002; (13499)
EA
6
A8A4MP85
M-D
SPACER, SLEEVE:
541-6017-002; (13499)
EA
REF
A8A4MP85A
M-D
SPACER, SLEEVE:
541-6017-002; (13499)
EA
REF
A8A4MP86
M-D
SPACER, SLEEVE:
541-6017-002; (13499)
EA
REF
A8A4MP87
M-D
SPACER, SLEEVE:
541-6017-002; (13499)
EA
REF
A8A4MP88
M-D
SPACER, SLEEVE:
541-6017-002; (13499)
EA
REF
A8A4MP89
SPRING ASSEMBLY:
549-6102-002; (13499)
EA
2
*
*
P-D
SCREW, MACHINE:
P342-0165-000; (77250)
EA
2
REF
REF
A8A4MP90H1
P-D
SCREW, MACHINE:
P342-0165-000; (77250)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A4MP90H2
SPRING SUBASSEMBLY:
549-6102-002; (13499)
EA
REF
REP
REF
A8A4MP91
P-D
SCREW, MACHINE:
P342-0165-000; (77250)
EA
2
REF
REF
A8A4MP91H1
P-D
SCREW, MACHINE:
P342-0165-000; (77250)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A4MP91H2
P-D
P-D
5820-984-1798
5820-984-1798
A8A4MP81
A8A4MP90
M-D
5841-514-2298
SPRING, HELICAL COMPRESSION:
340-0127-000; (91314)
EA
4
A8A4MP92
M-D
5841-514-2298
SPRING, HELICAL COMPRESSION:
340-0127-000; (91314)
EA
REF
A8A4MP93
M-D
5841-514-2298
SPRING, HELICAL COMPRESSION:
340-0127-000; (91314)
EA
REF
A8A4MP94
M-D
5841-514-2298
SPRING, HELICAL COMPRESSION:
340-0127-000; (91314)
EA
REF
A8A4MP95
P-D
5930-999-9195
SWITCH, PUSH:
PM6; (04009 )
EA
1
*
B-182
*
A8A483
SECTION II
TM 11-5820-509-35
REPAIR PARTS FOR DIRECT SUPPORT, GENERAL SUPPORT, AND DEPOT MAINTENANCE (Continued)
(1)
SMR
CODE
P-D
(2)
FEDERAL
STOCK
NUMBER
5930-893-1928
P-D
(3)
(4)
(5)
(6)
30 DAY DS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(7)
30 DAY GS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(8)
1 YR
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
CNTGCY
(9)
DEPOT
MAINT
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
(10)
ILLUSTRATION
UNIT
OF
MEAS
QTY
INC
IN
UNIT
BOX, MINIATURE PUSH-BUTTON:
N5040R, (97539)
EA
1
*
*
A8A4S3H1
WASHER:
500-1065-003, (13499)
EA
1
*
*
A8A4S3H2
A8A4S1
DESCRIPTION
Reference Number & Mfr. Code
Usable
on Code
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(c)
51-100
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(c)
51-100
(a)
FIG
NO.
(b)
ITEM NO. OR
REFERENCE
DESIGNATION
P-D
5930-981-5868
SWITCH, ROTARY:
213923FIX; (76854)
EA
1
*
*
P-D
5975-987-8829
BOOT, DUST AND .MOISTURE SEAL:
N9033-1-4, (97539)
EA
1
REF
REF
P-H-T
5820-104-9512
SWITCH, ROTARY:
549-6232-004; (13499)
EA
1
*
*
P-D
5310-275-0889
NUT, PLAIN, HEXAGON:
P313-0132-000, (77250)
EA
2
REF
REF
A8A4A16H2
NUT, PLAIN, HEXAGON:
P313-0156-000, (77250)
EA
2
REF
REF
A8A4A16H2
P-D
*
*
*
A8A4S1H1
A8A4A16
P-D
5305-719-5064
SCREW, MACHINE:
MS51959-30; (96906)
EA
2
REF
REF
A8A4A16H2
P-D
5305-938-4044
SCREW, MACHINE:
P342-0152-000; (T7250 )
EA
1
REF
REF
A8A4A16H1
P-D
5305-801-9932
SCREW, MACHINE:
P330-2291-000; (77250)
EA
2
REF
REF
A8A4A16H2
P-D
5305-151-1320
SCREW, MACHINE:
P342-0153-000; (77250 )
EA
1
*
*
A8A4A16H1
P-D
5310-782-1349
WASHER, FLAT:
310-0045-000, (79807)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A4A16H2
P-D
5310-591-3416
WASHER, FLAT:
310-0054-000; (79807)
EA
2
*
*
A8A4A16H2
P-D
5310-058-2949
WASHER, LOCK:
310-0278-000; (70318)
EA
2
REF
REF
A8A4A16H2
P-D
5310-685-1971
WASHER, SPRING TENSION:
310-0396-00; ( 70807)
EA
2
REF
REF
A8A4A16H2
X1-D
BOARD, TERMINAL, PRESSED:
549-6223-003·(13499)
EA
1
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, CERAMIC:
850S100N; (71590)
EA
1
X1-D
SCREW, MACHINE:
P343-0328-000; (77250)
EA
1
A8A4A16C115H1
X1-D
WASHER, LOCK:
310-0078-000; (79807)
EA
1
A8A4A16C115H2
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, CERAMIC:
850S50Z, (71590)
EA
2
X1-D
SCREW, MACHINE:
P343-0328-000; (77250)
EA
1
A8A4A16C116H1
X1-D
WASHER, LOCK:
310-0078-000; (79807)
EA
1
A8A4A16C116H2
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, CERAMIC:
850S50Z; (71590)
EA
REF
X1-D
SCREW, MACHINE:
P343-0328-000, (77250)
EA
1
A8A4A16C117H1
X1-D
WASHER, LOCK:
310-0078-000; (79807)
EA
1
A8A4A16C117H2
A8A4A16E1
3-64
3-64
3-64
B-183
A8A4A16C115
A8A4A16C116
A8A4A16C117
SECTION II
TM 11-5820-509-35
REPAIR PARTS FOR DIRECT SUPPORT, GENERAL SUPPORT, AND DEPOT MAINTENANCE (Continued)
(1)
SMR
CODE
(2)
FEDERAL
STOCK
NUMBER
(3)
DESCRIPTION
Reference Number & Mfr. Code
(4)
Usable
on Code
(5)
UNIT
OF
MEAS
QTY
INC
IN
UNIT
(6)
30 DAY DS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(7)
30 DAY GS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(c)
51-100
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(c)
51-100
(8)
1 YR
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
CNTGCY
(9)
DEPOT
MAINT
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
(10)
ILLUSTRATION
(a)
FIG
NO.
3-64
(b)
ITEM NO. OR
REFERENCE
DESIGNATION
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, CERAMIC:
850S40Z; (71590)
EA
1
X1-D
SCREW, MACHINE:
P343-0328-000; (77250)
EA
1
A8A4A16C118H1
X1-D
WASHER, LOCK:
310-0078-000; (79807)
EA
1
A8A4A16C118H2
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, CERAMIC:
850S20Z; (71590)
EA
3
X1-D
SCREW, MACHINE:
P343-0328-000; (77250)
EA
1
A8A4A16C119H1
X1-D
WASHER, LOCK:
310-0078-000; (79807)
EA
1
A8A4A16C119H2
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, CERAMIC:
850520Z; (71590)
EA
REF
X1-D
SCREW, MACHINE:
P343-0328-000; (77250)
EA
1
A8A4A16C120H1
X1-D
WASHER, LOCK:
310-0078-000; (79807)
EA
1
A8A4A16C120H2
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, CERAMIC:
850200Z; (71590)
EA
REF
X1-D
SCREW, MACHINE:
P343-0328-000; (77250)
EA
1
A8A4A16C121H1
X1-D
WASHER, LOCK:
310-0078-000; (79807)
EA
1
A8A4A16C121H2
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, CERAMIC:
AG5-1-1-2Z; (00656)
EA
1
3-64
A8A4A16C105
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, CERAMIC:
2DHT55T209CAA; (71590)
EA
1
3-64
A8A4A16C124
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, CERAMIC:
HTS17-3000Z; (00656)
EA
1
3-64
A8A4A16C144
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
MHW5455E151JQ; (00853)
EA
5
3-64
A8A4A16C109
X1-D
SCREW, MACHINE:
P343-0382-000; (77250)
EA
1
A8A4A16C109H1
X1-D
WASHER, LOCK:
310-0395-00; (79807)
EA
1
A8A4A16C109H2
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
MHW5S55E151JQ; (00853)
EA
REF
X1-D
SCREW, MACHINE:
P343-0382-000; (77250)
EA
1
A8A4A16C111H1
X1-D
WASHER, LOCK
310-0395-00; (79807)
EA
1
A8A4A16C111H2
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA
MRW5455E151JQ; (00853)
EA
REF
X1-D
SCREW, MACHINE
P343-0382-000; (77250)
EA
1
A8A4A16C112H1
X1-D
WASHER, LOCK
310-0395-00; (7 9807)
EA
1
A8A4A16C112H2
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA
MHWS55E151JQ; (00853)
EA
REF
3-64
3-64
3-64
3-64
3-64
3-64
B-184
A8A4A16C118
A8A4A16C118
A8A4A16C120
A8A4A16C121
A8A4A16C111
A8A4A16C112
A8A4A16C113
SECTION II
TM 11-5820-509-35
REPAIR PARTS FOR DIRECT SUPPORT, GENERAL SUPPORT, AND DEPOT MAINTENANCE (Continued)
(1)
SMR
CODE
(2)
FEDERAL
STOCK
NUMBER
(3)
DESCRIPTION
Reference Number & Mfr. Code
(4)
Usable
on Code
(5)
UNIT
OF
MEAS
QTY
INC
IN
UNIT
(6)
30 DAY DS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(7)
30 DAY GS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(c)
51-100
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(c)
51-100
(8)
1 YR
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
CNTGCY
(9)
DEPOT
MAINT
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
(10)
ILLUSTRATION
(a)
FIG
NO.
(b)
ITEM NO. OR
REFERENCE
DESIGNATION
X1-D
SCREW, M4CHINE:
P343-0382-000; (77250)
EA
1
A8A4A16C113H1
X1-D
WASHER, LOCK:
310-0395-00; (79807)
EA
1
A8A4A16C113H2
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
MHWS55E1S1JQ; (00853)
EA
REF
X1-D
SCREW, MACHINE:
P343-0382-000; (T7250)
EA
1
A8A4A16C114H1
X1-D
WASHER, LOCK:
310-0395-00; (7980 7)
EA
1
A8A4A16C114H2
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
MHWS5455E5S1JQ; (00853)
EA
2
X1-D
SCREW, MACHINE:
P343-0382-000; (77250)
EA
1
A8A4A16C108H1
X1-D
WASHER, LOCK:
310-0395-00; (79807)
EA
1
A8A4A16C108H2
X1-D
CAPACITOR, FIXED, MICA:
MHW5455E501JQ; (00853)
EA
REF
X1-D
SCREW, MACHINE:
P343-0382-000; (77250)
EA
1
A8A4A16C110H1
X1-D
WASHER, LOCK:
310-0395-00; (79807)
EA
1
A8A4A16C110H2
X1-D
CAP, PLATE:
SA91; (07886)
EA
1
A8A4A16MP1
X1-D
DEFLECTOR, AIR, ROLLED:
553-2413-003; (13499)
EA
1
A8ARA16MP2
X1-D
POST, ELECTRICAL-MECHANICAL:
540-9223-003; (13499)
EA
2
A8A4A16MP3
X1-D
POST, ELECTRICAL-MECHANICAL:
540-9223-003; (13499)
EA
REF
A8A4A16MP4
X1-D
POST, ELECTRICAL-MECHANICAL:
540-9229-003; (13499)
E1
2
A8A4A16MP5
X1-D
WASHER, NONMETALLIC:
302-0024-000; (052b8)
EA
1
A8A4A16MP5H1
X1-D
POST, ELECTRICAL-MECHANICAL:
540-9229- 003; (13499)
EA
REF
X1-D
WASHER, NONMETALLIC:
302-0024-000; (05284)
EA
1
A8A4A16MP6H1
X1-D
RETAINER, CAPACITOR.
549-6197-002; (13499)
EA
1
A8A4A16MP7
X1-D
SCREW, MACHINE
P343-0330-000; (77250)
EA
2
A8A4A16MP7H1
X1-D
SCREW, MACHINE
P343-0330-000; (77250)
EA
REF
A8A4A16MP7H2
X1-D
WASHER, LOCK
310-0078-000; (79807)
EA
2
A8A4A16MP7H3
X1-D
WASHER, LOCK
310-0078-000; (79807)
EA
REF
A8A4A16MP7H4
X1-D
SPACER, SLEEVE
541-6038-002; (13499)
EA
2
3-64
3-64
3-64
A8A4A16C114
A8A4A16C108
A8A4A16C110
A8A4A16MP6
A8A4A16MP8
B-185
SECTION II
TM 11-5820-509-35
REPAIR PARTS FOR DIRECT SUPPORT, GENERAL SUPPORT, AND DEPOT MAINTENANCE (Continued)
(1)
SMR
CODE
(2)
FEDERAL
STOCK
NUMBER
(3)
DESCRIPTION
Reference Number & Mfr. Code
(4)
Usable
on Code
(5)
UNIT
OF
MEAS
QTY
INC
IN
UNIT
(6)
30 DAY DS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(7)
30 DAY GS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(c)
51-100
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(c)
51-100
(8)
1 YR
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
CNTGCY
(9)
DEPOT
MAINT
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
(10)
ILLUSTRATION
(a)
FIG
NO.
(b)
ITEM NO. OR
REFERENCE
DESIGNATION
X1-D
STUD, CONTINUOUS THREAD:
P312-0088-000; (77250)
EA
1
A8A4A16MP8H1
X1-D
WASHER, NONMETALLIC:
302-0024-000; (05284)
EA
1
A8A4A16MP8H2
X1-D
SPACER, SLEEVE:
541-6038-002; (13499)
EA
REF
X1-D
STUD, CONTINUOUS THREAD:
P312-0088-000; (77250)
EA
1
A8A4A16MP9H1
X1-D
WASHER, NONMETALLIC:
302-002-000ooo; (05284)
EA
1
A8A4A16MP9H2
X1-D
SPACER, SLEEVE:
541-6039-002; (13499)
EA
2
A8A4A16P10
X1-D
WASHER, NONMETALLIC:
302-0024-000; (05284)
EA
2
A8A4A16MP10H1
X1-D
WASHER, NONMETALLIC:
302-002-000; (05284)
EA
REF
A8A4A16MP10H2
X1-D
SPACER, SLEEVE:
541-6039-002; (13499)
EA
REF
A8A4A16MP11
X1-D
WASHER, NONMETALLIC:
302-0024-000; (05284)
EA
2
A8A4A16MP11H1
X1-D
WASHER, NONMETALLIC:
302-0024-000; (05284)
EA
REF
A8A4A16MP11H2
X1-D
SUPPRESSER, PARASITIC:
549-6198-002; (13499)
EA
1
3-64
A8A4A16104-R110
X1-D
SWITCH SECTION, ROTARY, POWER:
PA234-026; (71590)
EA
2
3-64
A8A4A16S101A
X1-D
SWITCH SECTION, ROTARY:
PA234-026; (71590)
EA
REF
3-64
A8A4A16S101B
X1-D
TERMINAL, LUG:
2504-04-00-2220N; (78189)
EA
1
A8A4A16E2
X1-D
TERMINAL, LUG:
2104-06-02-2520N; (78189)
EA
7
A8A4A16E3
X1-D
SCREW, MACHINE:
P343-0327-000; (77250)
EA
1
A8A4A16E3H1
X1-D
WASHER, LOCK:
1806-00; (78189)
EA
1
A8A4A16E3H2
X1-D
TERMINAL, LUG:
2104-06-02-2520; (78189)
EA
REF
X1-D
SCREW, MACHINE:
P343-0327-000; (77250)
EA
1
A8A4A16E4H1
X1-D
WASHER, LOCK:
1806-00; (78189)
EA
1
A8A4A16E4H2
X1-D
TERMINAL, LUG:
2104-06-02-2520N; (78189)
EA
REF
X1-D
SCREW, MACHINE:
P343-0327-000; (77250)
EA
1
A8A4A16E5H1
X1-D
WASHER, LOCK:
1806-00; (78189)
EA
1
A8A4A16E5H2
X1-D
TERMINAL, LUG:
2104-06-02-2520N; (78189)
EA
REF
A8A4A16MP9
A8A4A16E4
A8A4A16E5
A8A4A16E6
B-186
SECTION II
TM 11-5820-509-35
REPAIR PARTS FOR DIRECT SUPPORT, GENERAL SUPPORT, AND DEPOT MAINTENANCE (Continued)
(1)
SMR
CODE
(2)
FEDERAL
STOCK
NUMBER
(3)
DESCRIPTION
Reference Number & Mfr. Code
(4)
Usable
on Code
(5)
UNIT
OF
MEAS
QTY
INC
IN
UNIT
(6)
30 DAY DS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(7)
30 DAY GS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(c)
51-100
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(c)
51-100
(8)
1 YR
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
CNTGCY
(9)
DEPOT
MAINT
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
(10)
ILLUSTRATION
(a)
FIG
NO.
(b)
ITEM NO. OR
REFERENCE
DESIGNATION
X1-D
SCREW, MACHINE:
P343-0327-000; (77250)
EA
1
A8A4A16E6H1
X1-D
WASHER, LOCK:
1806-00; (78189)
EA
1
A8A4A16E6H2
X1-D
TERMINAL, LUG:
2104-06-02-2520N; (78189)
EA
REF
X1-D
SCREW, MACHINE:
P343-0327-000; (77250)
EA
1
A8A4A16E7H1
X1-D
WASHER, LOCK:
1806-00; (78189)
EA
1
A8A4A16E7H2
X1-D
TERMINAL, LUG:
2104-06-02-2520N; (78189)
EA
REF
X1-D
SCREW, MACHINE:
P343-0327-000; (77250)
EA
1
A8A4A16E8H1
X1-D
WASHER, LOCK:
1806-00; (78189)
EA
1
A8A4A16E8H2
X1-D
TERMINAL, LUG:
2104-06-02-2520N; (78189)
EA
REF
X1-D
SCREW, MACHINE:
P343-0327-000; (77250)
EA
1
A8A4A16E9H1
X1-D
WASHER, LOCK:
1806-00; (78189)
EA
1
A8A4A16E9H2
A8A4A16E7
A8A4A16E8
A8A4A16E9
P-D
5930-636-1425
SWITCH, THERMOSTATIC:
C4344-4-75; (82647)
EA
1
*
*
P-D
5305-054-5646
SCREW, MACHINE:
MS51957-12; (96906)
EA
2
REF
REF
A8A4K103H1
P-D
5305-054-5646
SCREW, MACHINE:
MS51957-12; (96906)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A4K103H2
P-D
5310-058-2949
WASHER, LOCK:
310-0278-000; (70318)
EA
2
REF
REF
A8A4K103H3
P-D
5310-058-2949
WASHER, LOCK:
310-0278-000; (70318)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A4K103H4
P-D
5930-820-9131
SWITCH, TOGGLE:
T2150; (99707)
EA
1
*
*
P-D
5975-836-3373
BOOT, DUST AND MOISTURE PROOF:
N5030B; (97539)
EA
1
*
*
A8A4S102H1
P-D
5310-768-7967
WASHER:
500-1065-003; (13499)
EA
1
REF
REF
A8A4S102H2
P-D
5930-578-9817
SWITCH, TOGGLE:
T3103; (81640)
EA
1
*
*
P-D
5975-836-3373
BOOT, DUST AND MOISTURE PROOF:
N5030B; (97539)
EA
1
REF
REF
A8A4S2H1
P-D
5310-768-7967
WASHER:
500-1065-003; (13499)
EA
1
REF
REF
A8A4S2H2
TERMINAL, LUG:
4007-4HT; (77147)
EA
1
REF
REF
A8A4E34
TERMINAL, LUG:
4007-6HT; (77147)
EA
2
*
*
A8A4E35
NUT, PLAIN, HEXAGON:
P313-0140-000; (77250)
EA
1
*
*
A8A4E35H1
P-D
P-D
P-D
5940-878-3768
B-187
3-65
3-65
A8A4K103
A8A4S102
A8A4S2
SECTION II
TM 11-5820-509-35
REPAIR PARTS FOR DIRECT SUPPORT, GENERAL SUPPORT, AND DEPOT MAINTENANCE (Continued)
(1)
SMR
CODE
(2)
FEDERAL
STOCK
NUMBER
(3)
DESCRIPTION
Reference Number & Mfr. Code
(4)
Usable
on Code
(5)
UNIT
OF
MEAS
QTY
INC
IN
UNIT
(6)
30 DAY DS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(7)
30 DAY GS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(c)
51-100
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(c)
51-100
(8)
1 YR
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
CNTGCY
(9)
DEPOT
MAINT
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
(10)
ILLUSTRATION
(a)
FIG
NO.
(b)
ITEM NO. OR
REFERENCE
DESIGNATION
P-D
SCREW, MACHINE:
P343-0328-0; (77250)
EA
1
REF
REF
A8A4E35H2
P-D
WASHER, LOCK:
1806-00; (78189)
EA
1
REF
REF
A8A4E35H3
P-D
TERMINAL, LUG:
4007-6HT; (77147)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A4E36
P-D
TERMINAL, LUG:
2104-04-01-2520N; (78189)
EA
4
REF
REF
A8A4E37
P-D
5310-275-0889
NUT, PLAIN, HEXAGON:
P313-0132-000; (77250)
EA
1
REF
REF
A8A4E37H1
P-D
5305-685-1490
SCREW, MACHINE:
P330-2290-000; (77250)
EA
1
REF
REF
A8A4E37H2
WASHER, FLAT:
310-6325-000; (79807)
EA
1
REF
REF
A8A4E37H3
WASHER, LOCK:
310-0278-000; (70318)
EA
1
REF
REF
A8A4E37H4
TERMINAL, LUG:
2104-04-01-2520N; (78189)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A4E38
P-D
P-D
5310-0 58-2949
P-D
P-D
5310-275-0889
NUT, PLAIN, HEXAGON:
P313-0132-000; (77250)
EA
1
REF
REF
A8A4E38H1
P-D
5305-685-1490
SCREW, MACHINE:
P330-2290-000; (77250)
EA
1
REF
REF
A8A4E38H2
WASHER, FLAT:
310-6325-000; (79807)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A4E38H3
WASHER, LOCK:
310-0278-000; (70318)
EA
I
REP
REF
A8A4E38H4
TERMINAL, LUG:
2104-04-01-2520N; (78189)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A4E39
P-D
P-D
5310-058-2949
P-D
P-D
5310-275-0889
NUT, PLAIN, HEXAGON
P313-0132-000; (77250)
EA
1
REF
REF
A8A4E39H1
P-D
5305-685-1490
SCREW, MACHINE
P330-2290-000; (77250)
EA
1
REF
REF
A8A4E39H2
WASHER, FLAT
310-6325-000; (79807)
EA
1
REF
REF
A8A4E39H3
WASHER, LOCK
310-0278-000; (70318)
EA
1
REF
REF
A8A4E39H4
TERMINAL, LUG
2104-04-01-2520N; (78189)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A4E40
TERMINAL, LUG
2104-06-02-2520N, (78189)
EA
5
REF
REF
A8A4E41
P-D
SCREW, MACHINE
P343-0328-000; (77250)
EA
1
REF
REF
A8A4E41H1
P-D
WASHER, LOCK:
806-00; (78189)
EA
1
REF
REF
A8A4E41H2
TERMINAL, LUG
2104-06-02-2520N; (78189)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A4E42
P-D
SCREW, MACHINE
P343-0328-000, (77250)
EA
1
REF
REF
A8A4E42H1
P-D
WASHER, LOCK
1806-00; (78189)
EA
1
REF
REF
A8A4E42H2
P-D
P-D
5310-058-2949
P-D
P-D
P-D
5940-156-7344
5940-156-7344
B-188
SECTION II
TM 11-5820-509-35
REPAIR PARTS FOR DIRECT SUPPORT, GENERAL SUPPORT, AND DEPOT MAINTENANCE (Continued)
(1)
SMR
CODE
(2)
FEDERAL
STOCK
NUMBER
(3)
DESCRIPTION
Reference Number & Mfr. Code
(4)
Usable
on Code
(5)
UNIT
OF
MEAS
QTY
INC
IN
UNIT
(6)
30 DAY DS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(7)
30 DAY GS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(c)
51-100
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(c)
51-100
(8)
1 YR
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
CNTGCY
(9)
DEPOT
MAINT
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
(10)
ILLUSTRATION
(a)
FIG
NO.
(b)
ITEM NO. OR
REFERENCE
DESIGNATION
P-D
5940-156-7344
TERMINAL, LUG:
2104-06-02-2520N; (78189)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A4E43
P-D
5940-156-7344
TERMINAL, LUG:
2104-06-02-2520N; (78189)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A4E58
P-D
5940-156-7344
TERMINAL, LUG
2104-06-02-2520N; (78189)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A4E59
P-D
5940-836-3536
TERMINAL, LUG:
4040-2HDSPL; (77147)
EA
9
REF
REF
A8A4E44
P-D
5940-836-3536
TERMINAL, LUG
4040-2HDSPL (77147)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A4E45
P-D
5940-836-3536
TERMINAL, LUG:
4040-2HDSPL; (77147)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A4E46
P-D
5940-836-3536
TERMINAL, LUG:
4040-2HDSPL; (77147)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A4E47
P-D
5940-836-3536
TERMINAL, LUG:
4040-2HDSPL; (77147)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A4E48
P-D
5940-836-3536
TERMINAL, LUG:
4040-2HDSPL; (77147)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A4E49
P-D
5940-836-3536
TERMINAL, LUG:
4040-2HDSPL; (77147)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A4E50
P-D
5940-836-3536
TERMINAL, LUG:
4040-2HDSPL; (77147)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A4E51
P-D
5940-836-3536
TERm1AL, LUG:
4040-2HDSPL; (77 147)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A4E52
P-D
5940-455-7441
TERMINAL, LUG:
4040-5HDSPL, (77147)
EA
1
REF
REF
A8A4E53
P-D
5940-903-5951
TERMINAL, LUG
0167-3; (94375)
EA
1
*
*
A8A4E54
P-D
5940-501-8634
TERMINAL, LUG:
4021; (77147)
EA
1
*
*
A8A4E139
P-D
SCREW, MACHINE
P343-0307-000; (77250)
EA
1
*
*
A8A4E139H1
P-D
WASHER, LOCK:
1808-00; (78189)
EA
1
*
*
A8A4E139H2
A8A4E55
P-D
5940-700-2953
TERMINAL, LUG
549-6138-002; (13499)
EA
3
*
*
P-D
5310-275-0889
NUT, PLAIN, HEXAGON
P313-0132-000; (77250)
EA
1
REF
REF
A8A4E55H1
P-D
5305-685-1490
SCREW, MACHINE
P330-2290-00; (77250)
EA
1
REF
REF
A8A4E55H2
P-D
5310-058-2949
WASHER, LOCK
310-278-000; (70318)
EA
1
REF
REF
A8A4E55H3
WASHER, PLAIN, FLAT:
310-6325-000; (79807)
EA
1
REF
REF
A8A4E55H4
P-D
P-D
5940-700-2953
TERMINAL, LUG
549-6138-002; (13499)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A4E56
P-D
5310-275-0889
NUT, PLAIN, HEXAGON:
P313-0132-000; (77250)
EA
1
REF
REF
A8A4E56H1
P-D
5305-685-1490
SCREW, MACHINE:
P330-2290-000, (77250)
EA
1
REF
REF
A8A4E56H2
B-189
SECTION II
TM 11-5820-509-35
REPAIR PARTS FOR DIRECT SUPPORT, GENERAL SUPPORT, AND DEPOT MAINTENANCE (Continued)
(1)
SMR
CODE
(2)
FEDERAL
STOCK
NUMBER
(3)
DESCRIPTION
Reference Number & Mfr. Code
(4)
Usable
on Code
(5)
UNIT
OF
MEAS
QTY
INC
IN
UNIT
(6)
30 DAY DS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(7)
30 DAY GS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(c)
51-100
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(c)
51-100
(8)
1 YR
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
CNTGCY
(9)
DEPOT
MAINT
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
(10)
ILLUSTRATION
(a)
FIG
NO.
(b)
ITEM NO. OR
REFERENCE
DESIGNATION
P-D
WASHER, LOCK:
310-0278-00; (70318)
EA
1
REF
REF
A8A4E56H3
P-D
WASHER, PLAIN, FLAT:
310-6325-000; (79807)
EA
1
REF
REF
A8A4E56H4
P-D
5940-700-2953
TERMINAL, LUG:
549-6138-002; (13499)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A4E57
P-D
5310-275-0889
NUT, PLAIN, HEXAGON:
P313-0132-000; (T7250)
EA
1
REF
REF
A8A4E57H1
P-D
5305-685-1490
SCREW, MACHINE:
P330-2290-00 0; (77250)
EA
1
REF
REF
A8A4E57H2
P-D
WASHER, FLAT:
310-6325-000; (79807)
EA
1
REF
REF
A8A4E57H3
P-D
WASHER, LOCK:
310-0278-000; (70318)
EA
1
REF
REF
A8A4E57H4
P-D
5940-259-8457
TERMINAL, STUD:
RTMT12M; (91663)
EA
2
REF
REF
A8A4E7
P-D
5305-777-6039
SCREW, MACHINE:
MS51959-12; (96906)
EA
1
REF
REF
A8A4E7H1
P-D
59o0-259-8457
TERMINAL, STUD:
RTM12M; (91663)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A4E8
P-D
5305-777-6039
SCREW, MACHINE:
MS51959-12; (96906)
EA
1
REF
F-F
A8A4E8H1
P-D
5940-061-0050
TERMINAL, LUG:
RTMT16M; (91663)
EA
8
*
*
A8A4E150
P-D
5305-054-5647
SCREW, MACHINE:
MS51957-13 (96906)
EA
1
REF
REF
A8A4E150H1
P-D
5940-061-0050
TERMINAL, STUD:
RTMT16M; (91663)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A4E151
P-D
5305-054-5647
SCREW, MACHINE:
MS51957-13; (96906)
EA
1
REF
REF
A8A4E151H1
P-D
59h0-061-0050
TERMINAL, STUD:
RTMT16M; (91663)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A4E152
P-D
5305-054-5617
SCREW, MACHINE:
MS51957-13; (96906)
EA
1
REF
REF
A8A4E152H1
P-D
5940-061-0050
TERMINAL, STUD:
RTMT16M; (91663)
EA
RF
REF
REF
A8A4E153
P-D
5305-054-5647
SCREW, MACHINE:
MS51957-13; (96906)
EA
1
REF
REF
A8A4E153H1
P-D
5940-067-0050
TERMINAL, STUD:
RTMT16M; (91663)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A4E154
P-D
5305-054-5647
SCREW, MACHINE:
MS51957-13; (96906)
EA
1
REF
REF
A8A4E154H1
P-D
5940-061-0050
TERMINAL, STUD:
RTMT16M; (91663)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A4E160
P-D
5305-054-5647
SCREW, MACHINE:
MS51957-13; (96906)
EA
1
REF
REF
A8A4E160H1
P-D
5940-061 -0050
TERMINAL, STUD:
RTMT16M; (91663)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A4E167
P-D
5305-054-5647
SCREW, MACHINE:
MS51957-13; (96906)
EA
1
REF
REF F
B-190
A8A4E167H1
SECTION II
TM 11-5820-509-35
REPAIR PARTS FOR DIRECT SUPPORT, GENERAL SUPPORT, AND DEPOT MAINTENANCE (Continued)
(1)
SMR
CODE
(2)
FEDERAL
STOCK
NUMBER
P-D
(3)
(4)
(5)
(6)
30 DAY DS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(7)
30 DAY GS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(8)
1 YR
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
CNTGCY
(9)
DEPOT
MAINT
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
(10)
ILLUSTRATION
UNIT
OF
MEAS
QTY
INC
IN
UNIT
WASHER, LOCK:
310-0278-000; (70318)
EA
1
REF
REF
A8A4E167H2
DESCRIPTION
Reference Number & Mfr. Code
Usable
on Code
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(c)
51-100
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(c)
51-100
(a)
FIG
NO.
(b)
ITEM NO. OR
REFERENCE
DESIGNATION
P-D
5940-061-0050
TERMINAL, STUD:
RTMT16M; (91663)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A4E168
P-D
5305-054-5647
SCREW, MACHINE:
MS51957-13; (96906)
EA
1
REF
REF
A8A4E168H1
WASHER, LOCK:
310-0278-00 0; (70318)
EA
1
REF
REF
A8A4E168H2
P-D
P-D
5940-877-8430
TERMINAL, STUD:
TF300; (98291)
EA
6
*
*
P-D
5305-764-2966
SCREW, MACHINE:
MS51959-2; (96906)
EA
1
REF
REF
A8A4E1H1
WASHER, SPRING, TENSION:
310-0075-000; (79807)
EA
1
REF
REF
A8A4E1H2
P-D
A8A4E1
P-D
5940-877-8430
TERMINAL, STUD:
TF300; (98291)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A4E2
P-D
5305-764-2966
SCREW, MACHINE:
MS51959-2; (96906)
EA
1
REF
REF
A8A4E2H1
P-D
5940-877-8430
TERMINAL, STUD:
TF300; (98291)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A4E3
P-D
5305-764-2966
SCREW, MACHINE:
MS51959-2; (96906)
EA
1
REF
REF
A8A4E3H1
P-D
5940-877-8430
TERMINAL, STUD:
TF300; (98291)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A4E4
P-D
5305-764-2966
SCREW, MACHINE:
MS51959-2; (96906)
EA
1
REF
REF
A8A4E4H1
P-D
5940-877-8430
TERMINAL, STUD:
TF300; (98291)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A4E5
P-D
5940-877-8430
TERMINAL, STUD:
TF300; (98291)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A6A4E6
P-D
5950-951-1923
TRANSFORMER, POWER:
36665; (73386)
EA
1
*
*
P-D
5310-614-3500
NUT, SELF-LOCKING, HEXAGON:
68-1660-40; (72962)
EA
2
REF
REF
A8A4T2H1
P-D
5310-614-3500
NUT, SELF-LOCKING, HEXAGON:
68-1660-40; (72962)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A4T2H2
P-D
5305-685-1490
SCREW, MACHINE:
P330-2290-000; (77250)
EA
2
REF
REF
A8A4T2H3
SCREW, MACHINE:
P330-2290-000; (77250)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A4T2H4
P-D
3-67
P-D
5950-987-8827
TRANSFORMER, POWER:
30697; (97965)
EA
1
*
*
P-D
5310-614-3500
NUT, SELF-LOCKING, HEXAGON:
68-1660-4 0; (72962)
EA
2
REF
REF
A8A4T3H1
P-D
5310-614-3500
NUT, SELF-LOCKING, HEXAGON:
68-1660-40; (72962)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A4T3H2
P-D
SCREW, MACHINE:
P330-2290-000; (77250)
EA
2
REF
REF
A8A4T3H3
P-D
SCREW, MACHINE:
P330-2290-000; (77250)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A4T3H4
B-191
3-67
A8A4T2
A8A4T3
SECTION II
TM 11-5820-509-35
REPAIR PARTS FOR DIRECT SUPPORT, GENERAL SUPPORT, AND DEPOT MAINTENANCE (Continued)
(1)
SMR
CODE
(2)
(4)
(5)
(6)
30 DAY DS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(7)
30 DAY GS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(8)
1 YR
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
CNTGCY
(9)
DEPOT
MAINT
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
(10)
ILLUSTRATION
UNIT
OF
MEAS
QTY
INC
IN
UNIT
TRANSFORMER, POWER:
BC3072; (97315)
EA
1
*
*
P-D
SCREW, MACHINE:
P330-2290-000; (77250)
EA
2
REF
REF
A8A4T1H1
P-D
SCREW, MACHINE:
P330-2290-000; (77250)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A 4T1H2
TRANSISTOR:
2N1166; (07688)
EA
2
*
P-D
NUT, PLAIN, HEXAGON:
P313-0045-000; (77250)
EA
2
REF
REF
A8A4Q1H1
P-D
NUT, PLAIN, HEXAGON:
P313-0045-000; (77250)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A4Q1H2
P-D
SCREW, MACHINE:
P325-0064-000; (77250)
EA
2
*
,
A8A4Q1H3
P-D
SCREW, MACHINE:
P325-0064-ooo; (77250)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A4Q1H4
P-D
WASHER, LOCK, SPLIT:
310-0071-000; (79807)
EA
2
REF
REF
A8A4Q1H5
P-D
WASHER, LOCK, SPLIT:
310-0071-000; (79807)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A4Q1H6
P-D
TRANSISTOR:
2N1166; (07688)
EA
REF
REF
REF
P-D
NUT, SELF-LOCKING, HEXAGON:
P313-0045-000; (77250)
EA
2
REF
REF
A8A4Q2H1
P-D
NUT, SELF-LOCKING, HEXAGON:
P313-0045-000; (77250)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A4Q2H2
P-D
SCREW, MACHINE:
P325-0064-000; (77250)
EA
2
REF
REF
A8A4Q2H3
P-D
SCREW, MACHINE:
P325-0064-000; (77250)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A4Q2H4
P-D
WASHER, LOCK, SPLIT:
310-0071-000; (79807)
EA
2
REF
REF
A8A4Q2H5
P-D
WASHER, LOCK, SPLIT:
310-0071-000; (79807)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A4Q2H6
P-D
TUBE, ELECTRON:
117WA; (06980)
EA
1
*
*
P-D
P-D
FEDERAL
STOCK
NUMBER
(3)
5950-984-1111
5961-945-5436
DESCRIPTION
Reference Number & Mfr. Code
Usable
on Code
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(c)
51-100
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(c)
51-100
(a)
FIG
NO.
3-67
3-67
3-67
3-65
(b)
ITEM NO. OR
REFERENCE
DESIGNATION
A8A4T1
A8A4Q1
A8A4Q2
A8A4V101
P-D
5340-803-2373
WASHER:
542-1589-003; (13499)
EA
6
*
*
A8A4H7
P-D
5340-803-2373
WASHER:
542-1589-003; (13499)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A4H8
P-D
5340-803-2373
WASHER:
542-1589-003; (13499)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A4H9
P-D
5340-803-2373
WASHER:
542-1589-003; (13499)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A4H10
P-D
5340-803-2373
WASHER:
542-1589-003; (13499)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A4H11
P-D
5340-803-2373
WASHER:
542-1589-003; (13499)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A4H12
P-D
5310-158-5265
WASHER, FLAT:
302-0016-000; (13499)
EA
6
*
*
A8A4H13
B-192
SECTION II
TM 11-5820-509-35
REPAIR PARTS FOR DIRECT SUPPORT, GENERAL SUPPORT, AND DEPOT MAINTENANCE (Continued)
(1)
SMR
CODE
(2)
FEDERAL
STOCK
NUMBER
(3)
DESCRIPTION
Reference Number & Mfr. Code
(4)
Usable
on Code
(5)
UNIT
OF
MEAS
QTY
INC
IN
UNIT
(6)
30 DAY DS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(7)
30 DAY GS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(c)
51-100
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(c)
51-100
(8)
1 YR
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
CNTGCY
(9)
DEPOT
MAINT
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
(10)
ILLUSTRATION
(a)
FIG
NO.
(b)
ITEM NO. OR
REFERENCE
DESIGNATION
P-D
WASHER, FLAT:
302-0016-000; (13499)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A4H14
P-D
WASHER, FLAT:
302-0016-000; (13499)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A4H15
P-D
WASHER, FLAT:
302-0016-000; (13499)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A4H16
P-D
WASHER, FLAT:
302-0016-000; (13499)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A4H17
P-D
WASHER, FLAT:
302-0016-000; (13499)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A4H18
M-D
BLOCK, STEPPED, MODULESECURING:
549-6654-002; (13499)
EA
1
A8MP1
P-D
5305-054-5649
SCREW, MACHINE:
MS51957-15; (96906)
EA
1
REF
REF
A8MP1H1
P-D
5305-054-5651
SCREW, MACHINE:
MS51957-17; (96906)
EA
1
*
*
A8MP1H2
P-D
5310-782-1349
WASHER, FLAT:
310-005-000; (79807)
EA
2
REF
REF
A8MP1H3
P-D
5310-782-1349
WASHER, FLAT:
310-0045-000, (79807)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8MP1H4
P-D
5310-933-8118
WASHER, LOCK, SPRING:
MS35338-135; (96906)
EA
1
REF
REF
A8MP1H5
M-D
CASE, RECEIVER, TRANSMITTER:
021-0194-000; (74284)
EA
1
A8MP2
M-D
COVER, ASSEMBLY:
756-3009-002; (13499)
EA
1
A8MP3
M-D
COVER, PANEL:
522-3354-004; (13499)
EA
1
A8A8
P-D
53O6-960-7330
STUD, WING:
548-7643-002; (13499)
EA
2
*
*
A8A8H2
P-D
5305-981-5875
STUD, WING:
549-6398-002; (13499)
EA
4
*
*
A8A8H4
P-D
5310-158-5256
WASHER:
553-5002-003; (13499)
EA
2
*
*
A8A8H2
P-D
5310-158-5253
WASHER:
553-5004-003, (13499)
EA
4
*
*
A8A8H4
P-D
5310-151-9030
WASHER, SEALING:
2110-0216CADPL; (25184)
EA
2
*
*
A8A8H2
P-D
5330-618-9563
WASHER, SEALING:
110-6; (86579)
EA
4
REF
REF
A8A8H4
M-D
COVER, PANEL:
021-0195-000; (714284)
EA
1
P-D
CLAMP, FUSEHOLDER-CEMENTED:
548-7897-002; (13499)
EA
1
*
*
A8A8MP2
SCREW, MACHINE:
P342-1959-000; (77250)
EA
2
*
*
A8A8MP2H1
P-D
SCREW, MACHINE:
P342-1959-000; (77250)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A8MP2H2
M-D
PLATE, IDENTIFICATION:
757-4768-000; (13499)
EA
1
P-D
5305-455-2512
A8A8MP1
A8A8MP3
B-193
SECTION II
TM 11-5820-509-35
REPAIR PARTS FOR DIRECT SUPPORT, GENERAL SUPPORT, AND DEPOT MAINTENANCE (Continued)
(1)
SMR
CODE
(2)
FEDERAL
STOCK
NUMBER
(3)
DESCRIPTION
Reference Number & Mfr. Code
(4)
Usable
on Code
(5)
UNIT
OF
MEAS
QTY
INC
IN
UNIT
(6)
30 DAY DS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(7)
30 DAY GS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(c)
51-100
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(c)
51-100
(8)
1 YR
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
CNTGCY
(9)
DEPOT
MAINT
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
(10)
ILLUSTRATION
(a)
FIG
NO.
(b)
ITEM NO. OR
REFERENCE
DESIGNATION
M-D
PLATE, INSTRUCTION:
M4496; (91345)
EA
1
A8A8MP4
M-D
PLATE, INSTRUCTION:
59-6658-004; (13L99)
EA
1
A8A8MP5
P-D
SCREW, TAPPING, THREAD-FORMING: EA
330-1194-000; (45722)
8
*
*
A8A8MP5H1
P-D
SCREW, TAPPING, THREAD-FORMING: EA
330-1194-000; (L5722)
REF
REF
REF
A8A8MP5H2
P-D
SCREW, TAPPING, THREAD FORMING: EA
330-1194-000; (45722)
REP
REF
REF
A8A8MP5H3
P-D
SCREW, TAPPING, THREAD -FORMING: EA
330-1194-000; (45722)
REF
REF
REF
A8A8MP5H4
P-D
SCREW, TAPPING, THREAD-FORMING: EA
330-1194-000; (45722)
REF
REF
REF
A8A8MP5H5
P-D
SCREW, TAPPING, THREAD-FORMING: EA
330-1194-000; (45722)
REF
REF
REF
A8A8MP5H6
P-D
SCREW, TAPPING, THREAD-FORMING: EA
330-1194-000; (45722)
REF
REF
REF
A8A8MP5H7
P-D
SCREW, TAPPING, THREAD-FORMING: EA
330-1194-000; (45722)
REF
REP
REF
A8A8MP5H8
P-D
WASHER, LOCK:
310-0280-000; (70318)
EA
8
*
*
A8A8MP5H9
P-D
WASHER, LOCK:
310-0280-000; (70318)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A8MP5H10
P-D
WASHER, LOCK:
310-0280-000; (70318)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A8MP5H11
P-D
WASHER, LOCK:
310-0280-000; (70318)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A8MP5H12
P-D
WASHER, LOCK:
310-0280-000; (70318)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A8MP5H13
P-D
WASHER, LOCK:
310-0280-000; (70318)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A8MP5H14
P-D
WASHER, LOCK:
310-0280-000; (70318)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A8MP5H15
P-D
WASHER, LOCK:
310-0280-000; (70318)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8A8MP5H16
M-D
GASKET, PANEL:
548-9308-003; (13499)
EA
1
EA
5
P-D
5330-892-4773
RUBBER, ROUND
SECTION:
R1412NSC41 7-32INDIA; (08076)
A8A9
*
*
A8A9MP1
M-D
PLATE, ELECTRICAL SHIELD:
756-0482-000; (13499)
EA
1
A8MP4
M-D
PLATE, IDENTIFICATION:
757-4767-000; (13499)
EA
1
A8MP5
SCREW, MACHINE:
P343-0019-000; (77250)
EA
2
*
*
A8MP5H1
P-D
SCREW, MACHINE:
P343-0019-000; (77250)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8MP5H2
P-D
WASHER, LOCK:
MS35338-135; (96906)
EA
2
REF
REF
A8MP5H3
P-D
5305-494-7333
B-194
SECTION III
TM 11-5820-509-35
SPECIAL TOOLS, TEST &SUPPORT EQUIPMENT FOR DIRECT SUPPORT, GENERAL SUPPORT, AND DEPOT MAINTENANCE
(1)
SMR
CODE
(2)
FEDERAL
STOCK
NUMBER
(3)
DESCRIPTION
Reference Number & Mfr. Code
(4)
Usable
on Code
(5)
UNIT
OF
MEAS
QTY
INC
IN
UNIT
P-D
WASHER, LOCK:
MS35338-135; (96906)
EA
REF
P-D
PLATE, IDENTIFICATION:
757-4768-080; (13499)
EA
1
(6)
30 DAY DS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(7)
30 DAY GS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(c)
51-100
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(c)
51-100
(8)
1 YR
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
CNTGCY
REF
(9)
DEPOT
MAINT
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
REP
(10)
ILLUSTRATION
(a)
FIG
NO.
(b)
ITEM NO. OR
REFERENCE
DESIGNATION
A8MP5H4
A8MP6
P-D
5310-275-0889
NUT, PLAIN:
P313-0132-000; (77250)
EA
2
REF
REF
A8MP6H1
P-D
5310-275-0889
NUT, PLAIN, HEXAGON:
P313-0132-000; (77250)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8MP6H2
P-D
5305-145-0887
SCREW, MACHINE:
P342-1958-000; (77250)
EA
2
*
*
A8MP6H3
P-D
SCREW, MACHINE:
P342-1958-000; (77250)
EA
REF
REF
REF
A8MP6H4
P-D
PLATE, IDENTIFICATION:
747-4769-000; (13499)
EA
1
A8MP7
P-D
STRAP, SECURING, RIVETED:
549-6656-003; (13499)
EA
1
A8MP8
P-D
5305-054-5648
SCREW, MACHINE:
M51957-14; (96906)
EA
1
REF
REF
A8MP8H1
P-D
5305-054-6651
SCREW, MACHINE:
M51957-27; (96906)
EA
1
REF
REF
A8MP8H2
P-D
5310-782-1349
WASHER, FLAT:
310-0045-000; (79807)
EA
1
REF
REF
A8MP8H3
P-D
5310-531-9514
WASHER, FLAT:
310-6360-ooo; (79807)
EA
1
REF
REF
A8MP8H4
RUCKSACK:
021-0191-00; (24036)
EA
1
M-D
MP5
B-195
SECTION II
TM 11-5820-509-35
REPAIR PARTS FOR DIRECT SUPPORT, GENERAL SUPPORT, AND DEPOT MAINTENANCE (Continued)
(1)
SMR
CODE
(2)
FEDERAL
STOCK
NUMBER
(3)
DESCRIPTION
Reference Number & Mfr. Code
(4)
Usable
on Code
UNIT
OF
MEAS
(5)
(6)
30 DAY DS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
QTY
INC
IN
UNIT
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(7)
30 DAY GS
MAINTENANCE
ALLOWANCE
(c)
51-100
(a)
1-20
(b)
21-50
(c)
51-100
(8)
1 YR
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
CNTGCY
(9)
DEPOT
MAINT
ALW
PER
100
EQUIP
(10)
ILLUSTRATION
(a)
FIG
NO.
(b)
ITEM NO. OR
REFERENCE
DESIGNATION
P-H
5995-087-2324
CABLE ASSEMBLY, POWER, ELECTRICAL
CX8393PRC47; (80058)
EA
1
*
*
*
*
*
*
W1
P-H
5995-082-0487
CABLE ASSEMBLY, POWER, ELECTRICAL
CX8394PRC47; (80058)
EA
1
*
*
*
*
*
*
W2
P-H
5995-087-2325
CABLE ASSEMBLY, POWER, ELECTRICAL
CX8395PRC47; (80058)
EA
1
*
*
*
*
*
*
W3
CORD ASSEMBLY, ELECTRICAL
10747J, (82872)
EA
1
*
*
*
*
*
*
W4
P-H
B-196
TM-11-5820-509-35
SECTION IV INDEX-FEDERAL STOCK NUMBER AND REFERENCE NUMBER CROSS REFERENCE
TO FIGURE AND ITEM NUMBER OR REFERENCE DESIGNATION (CONTINUED)
FEDERAL
STOCK
NUMBER
FIGURE
NUMBER
ITEM NUMBER OR
REF. DESIGNATION
FEDERAL
STOCK
NUMBER
FIGURE
NUMBER
ITEM NUMBER OR
REF. DESIGNATION
3010-984-1099
3020-088-1785
3020-088-4507
3020-088-6021
3020-951-0700
3020-976-5392
3020-976-5393
3020-985-2235
A8A7A1
ASA4A6M42
A8SAA6P64
A8A4P36
A8A4P35
A8A4A6A3
A8AS5
A8AA6A6
3120-865-8571
3120-865-8571
3120-865-8571
3120-865-8571
3120-865-8571
3120-865-8571
5110-115-5049
5305-053-1523
A8A4A6MP13
AA4A6MP14
A8A4A6L1P15
A8A4A6UP16
A8A4A6W17
AA7YP3
A6A4
A8A7A1A31H2
3020-985-2236
3020-985-3351
3020-985-3351
3020-988-0687
3020-988-6910
3040-950-9578
3040-950-9578
3040-950-9578
3040-950-9578
A8A4AQ62
ASA3NP27
A8SA328
A8A46YMP41
A8A4A6MP43
A8A4A6P22
A8A4A6MP23
A8A4A6P24
A8A46MP25
5305-054-5636
5305-054-5636
5305-054-5636
5305-054-5636
5305-054-5636
5305-054-5636
5305-054-5636
5305-054-5636
5305-054-5636
ASA3E13H1
A8A3E13H2
A8A3E15H1
A8A3E15H2
A8A3E4612
A8A7MP13H1
A8A7MP13}12
A8A7MP13l3
A8A7YP14H1
3040-950-9578
3040-950-9578
3040-977-1551
3110-851-7674
3110-851-7674
3120-709-5460
3120-709-5460
3120-709-5460
3120-709-5460
3120-709-5460
3120-709-5460
3120-793-6354
3120-793-6354
3120-865-8571
3120-865-8571
6A8A46P26
A84A6UP27
AMAE6MP37
A8A3YP3
8A3NP4
8A4UP1
A8A4P2
A84P3
A8AP4
A8A4P5
8A4Y6
A8A4P7
A8AP8
A8A4AIP11
A84AW6EP12
5305-054-5636
5305-054-5636
5305-054-5637
5305-054-5637
5305-054-5646
5305-054-5646
5305-054-5646
5305-054-5646
5305-054-5646
5305-054-5646
5305-054-5647
5305-054-5647
5305-054-5647
5305-054-5647
5305-054-5647
A8A7MP14H2
A8A711P14H3
A8A5P112
A8A5P1113
APA3E11111
A8A3E46H1
A8A4K103H1
A8A4K103H2
A8A5E18H1
A8A5hnI1
AeA3A2H2
A8A3A3H2
A8A3A9A3114
A8A3ElOHl
A8A3EXOH2
B-197
TM-11-5820-509-35
SECTION IV INDEX-FEDERAL STOCK NUMBER AND REFERENCE NUMBER CROSS REFERENCE
TO FIGURE AND ITEM NUMBER OR REFERENCE DESIGNATION (CONTINUED)
FEDERAL
STOCK
NUMBER
5305-054-5647
5305-054-5647
5305-054-5647
5305-054-5647
5305-054-5647
5305-054-5647
5305-054-5647
5305-054-5647
5305-054-5647
5305-054-5647
5305-054-5647
5305-054-5647
5305-054-5647
5305-054-5647
5305-054-5647
5305-054-5647
5305-054-5647
5305-054-5647
5305-054-5647
5305-054-5647
5305-054-5647
5305-054-5647
5305-054-5647
5305-054-5647
5305-054-5647
5305-054-5647
5305-054-5647
5305-054-5647
5305-054-5647
5305-054-5647
5305-054-5647
5305-054-5647
FIGURE
NUMBER
ITEM NUMBER OR
REF. DESIGNATION
A8A3MP24H10
A8A3MP24H11
A8A3MP24H12
A8A3AP24H13
A8A3MP24H14
A8A3MP24H15
A8A3MP24H16
A8A3MP24H17
A8A31P24H18
A8A3UP24H19
A8A3MP24H20
A8A31P24H5
A8A3MP24H6
A8A3MP24H7
A8A3MP24H8
A8A3MP24H9
A8A3P238H1
A8A3MP38H2
A8A3MP38H3
A8A3MP38H4
A8A4E150H1
A8A4E151H1
A8A4E152H1
A8A4E153H1
A8A4E154H1
A8A4E160H1
A8A4E167H1
A8A4E168H1
A8A4K1O2H3
A8A4K102H4
A8A41T25H1
A8A4MP25H10
FEDERAL
STOCK
NUMBER
5305-054-5647
5305-054-5647
5305-054-5647
5305-054-5647
5305-054-5647
5305-054-5647
5305-054-5647
5305-054-5647
5305-054-5647
5305-054-5647
5305-054-5647
5305-054-5647
5305-054-5647
5305-054-5647
5305-054-5647
5305-054-5647
5305-054-5647
5305-054-5647
5305-054-5647
5305-054-5647
5305-054-5647
5305-054-5647
5305-054-5647
5305-054-5647
5305-054-5647
5305-054-5647
5305-054-5647
5305-054-5647
5305-054-5647
5305-054-5647
5305-054-5647
5305-054-5647
B-198
FIGURE
NUMBER
ITEM NUMBER OR
REF. DESIGNATION
A8A4MP25H11
A8A4MP25H2
A8A4MP25H3
A8A4/P25H4
A8A4MP25H5
A8A4MP25H6
A8A4MP25H7
A8A4MP25H8
A8A4MP25H9
A8A4P26H1
A8AIP26H10
A8A49P26H11
A8A4UP26H2
A8A4MP26H3
A8A4MP26H4
A8A4MP26H5
A8A4MP26H6
A8A4MP26H7
A8AMP26H8
A8A4MP26H9
A8A5E1H4
A8A5E17H2
A8A7AlA3H1
A8A7MP8H1
A8A7MP8H10
A8A7MP8H11
A8A7MP8H2
A8A7MP8H3
A8AMP8H4
A8A7MP8H5
A8A7MP8H6
A8A7MP8H7
TM-11-5820-509-35
SECTION IV INDEX-FEDERAL STOCK NUMBER AND REFERENCE NUMBER CROSS REFERENCE
TO FIGURE AND ITEM NUMBER OR REFERENCE DESIGNATION (CONTINUED)
FEDERAL
STOCK
NUMBER
5305-054-5647
5305-054-5647
5305-054-5651
5305-054-5653
5305-054-5653
5305-054-6650
5305-054-6650
5305-054-6650
5305-054-6650
5305-054-6650
5305-054-6650
5305-054-6650
5305-054-6650
5305-054-6651
5305-054-6651
5305-054-6651
5305-054-6651
5305-054-6651
5305-054-6651
5305-054-6651
5305-054-6652
5305-054-6652
5305-054-6652
5305-054-6653
5305-054-6653
5305-054-6653
5305-054-6660
5305-054-6668
5305-054-6668
5305-059-3663
5305-059-3663
FIGURE
NUMBER
ITEM NUMBER OR
REF. DESIGNATION
A8A7P8H8
A8A7MP8H9
A8MP1H2
A8A3A9A1H
A8A7E7A1H2
A8AMP36H3
A8A4MP36H4
A8455H1
A8A4P5H2
A8AP55H3
A8A4P55H4
A8A4MP55H5
A8A455H6
A84A1H2
A8A46U21H11
A8A4A1P212
A8A5A1H2
A8A1P2H1
A8AUP2H2
A8AP8H2
A8A4A1H2
8AA6A152H
ASA5P91
A8SWP2H2
A8A5T1H3
ASA5T14
ABA5T2H2
A8A5P4H1
88AA6H6
A6IP5H1
A6P6H1
FEDERAL
STOCK
NUMBER
5305-059-8248
5305-071-1325
5305-071-1325
5305-071-1325
5305-071-1325
5305-071-1325
5305-071-1325
5305-071-1325
5305-071-1325
5305-141-4310
5305-141-4310
5305-151-0732
5305-151-07 32
5305-151-1320
5305-206-1270
5305-206-1270
5305-206-1270
5305-206-1270
5305-206-1270
5305-206-1270
5305-206-1270
5305-206-1270
5305-206-1270
5305-206-1270
5305-206-3716
5305-297-4351
5305-407-8559
5305-407-8559
5305-407-8559
5305-531-0137
5305-531-0137
B-199
FIGURE
NUMBER
3-21
ITEM NUMBER OR
REF. DESIGNATION
A8A4C123H2
A7AlP10H3
A7A1P101H4
A7A 1MP11H3
A7AlMP11H4
A7A21P10H3
A7A2NP1014
A7AZUMP11H3
A7A2UP11H4
A8A3MP13H1
A8AWU14Hl
48A6P1H2
A8A6P1H3
A8A4A16H1
A8AP3H1
A8A3E30H2
A8A3E31H2
A8A3E32H2
A8A3E33H2
A8A3E34H2
A8A3E35H2
A8A3E36H2
AA7MP7H1
A8A7P7H2
A8A6E3H1
A8A4A6E1H1
A8A7E7A2E1H3
A8A7E7A2E1H4
A8A7E7A2E1H4
A8WAP24H1
A8A4MP24H2
TM-11-5820-509-35
SECTION IV INDEX-FEDERAL STOCK NUMBER AND REFERENCE NUMBER CROSS REFERENCE
TO FIGURE AND ITEM NUMBER OR REFERENCE DESIGNATION (CONTINUED)
FEDERAL
STOCK
NUMBER
5305-531-0137
5305-531-0137
5305-531-0137
5305-531-p137
5305-531-0137
5305-531-0137
5305-616-1815
5305-637-4225
5305-637-4225
5305-680-9157
5305-705-9528
5305-716-7733
5305-719-5064
5305-719-5064
5305-719-5064
5305-719-5064
5305-724-3842
5305-724-3842
5305-724-3842
5305-724-3842
5305-763-6963
5305-763-6963
5305-763-6963
5305-763-6963
5305-763-7822
5305-763-7822
5305-763-7822
5305-763-7822
5305-763-7822
5305-763-7822
5305-763-7822
5305-763-7822
FIGURE
NUMBER
ITEM NUMBER OR
REF. DESIGNATION
A8A4MP42H1
A8A4P42H2
A8A4MP45H1
A8AMP45H2
A8A4AP46H1
A8A4MP46H2
A8A3E37H2
A8A4MP22H2
A8A4MP23H2
A8A3E38H3
A8A1Q11H2
A8A4A6MP22H1
A5E2H
A5E2H2
A5E2H3
A8A4A6H2
A8A4MP54H1
A8A4MP54H2
A8A4MP54H3
A8A4MP54H4
A8AK2H3
A8A4K2H4
A8A5T1H1
A8A5T1H2
A6A3A11
A6A3A2H1
A8A3P1H4
A8A4MP14H
A8A4FL2H2
A8A5E3H2
AA7P1H3
A8A7P1H4
FEDERAL
STOCK
NUMBER
5305-763-7822
5305-764-0068
5305-764-0068
5305-764-0068
5305-764-0068
5305-764-2964
5305-764-2964
5305-764-2964
5305-764-2964
5305-764-2966
5305-764-2966
5305-764-2966
5305-764-2966
5305-764-2966
5305-764-2966
5305-764-2966
5305-764-2966
5305-764-2966
5305-764-2966
5305-764-2966
5305-762422
5305-766-2422
5305-766-2422
5305-766-2422
5305-770-2533
5305-770-2533
5305-770-2533
5305-770-2533
5305-770-2533
5305-770-2533
5305-770-2533
5305-770-2533
B-200
FIGURE
NUMBER
ITEM NUMBER OR
REF. DESIGNATION
ABA7P2H2
AAUP27H1
A8A4MP2H2
A8A427H3
A8A4MP27H4
A8A2P4H3
A8A2P4H4
A8A5UP3H2
A8A5MP3H3
A8A3MP26H1
A8A3M26H2
A8A3MP26H3
A8A4A6A6NP1H1
A8A4A6A6MP1H2
A8A4A6A6MP1H3
A8A4A6A6MP1H4
A8A4E1H1
A8A4E2H1
ASA4E3H1
A8AE4H
A4A6A5UP1H
A8A4A6A5WP1H2
AA4A6A51PH3
AAA6A5U1H4
A8A1T2H1
A8A1T2H2
A8AlPlH3
A8A1PH4
A8A1T2H3
A8A1T2H4
A8A1T3H1
A8A1T3H2
TM-11-5820-509-35
SECTION IV INDEX-FEDERAL STOCK NUMBER AND REFERENCE NUMBER CROSS REFERENCE
TO FIGURE AND ITEM NUMBER OR REFERENCE DESIGNATION (CONTINUED)
FEDERAL
STOCK
NUMBER
5305-770-2533
5305-770-2533
5305-770-2533
5305-770-2533
5305-770-2533
5305-770-2533
5305-770-2533
5305-770-2533
5305-770-2533
5305-770-2533
5305-770-2533
5305-770-2533
5305-770-2533
5305-770-2533
5305-770-2533
5305-770-2533
5305-770-2533
5305-770-2533
5305-770-2533
5305-770-2579
5305-770-2579
5305-770-2579
5305-770-2580
5305-770-2580
5305-788-9882
5305-805-9801
5305-805-9801
5305-805-9801
5305-805-9801
5305-922-6281
5305-938-4044
5305-938-4044
FIGURE
NUMBER
ITEM NUMBER OR
REF. DESIGNATION
A8A1T3H3
AA1T3H4
A8AlT5H1
A8A1T5H2
A8A1T5H3
A8A1T5H4
ASA3L98H1
A8A3P1H3
A8A3P2H3
A8A3P2H4
A8A3P3H3
A8A3P3H4
A8A3P4H3
A8A3P4H4
A8A7NP12H1
A8A7MP12H2
A8A7MP12H3
A8A7NP12H4
A8A7P21H
ASA4MP15H1
A8A4MP16H1
A8A4MP17H1
A6MP7H1
A6MP7H2
A8A4H5
A8A3MP15H1
A8A3MP15H2
A8A3MP1H3
ASA3MP15H4
A8A4MP61H1
A8A3TB1H2
A8A3TB2H2
FEDERAL
STOCK
NUMBER
5305-938-4044
5305-942-8431
5305-942-8431
5305-981-5875
5305-984-2144
5305-984-2144
5305-984-2144
5306-960-7330
5310-058-3599
5310-058-3599
5310-058-3599
5310-167-0797
5310-167-0797
5310-167-0797
5310-167-0797
5310-167-0837
5310-178-8631
5310-184-8990
5310-184-8996
5310-184-8996
5310-187-0159
5310-187-0159
5310-208-6841
5310-209-0960
5310-275-5147
5310-275-5147
5310-276-1104
5310-276-1104
5310-276-110 4
5310-530-3549
5310-551-9284
5310-551-9284
B-201
FIGURE
NUMBER
ITEM NUMBER OR
REF. DESIGNATION
A8A4A166H1
A8A46MP46H1
A8A4A6MP46H2
A8A8H4
A8A4A6MP56
A8A4A6MP58
A8A4A6MP60
A8A8H2
A8A45TB1Hl
A8A5XC20H4
A8A7P2H3
A8A2P3H5
A8A2P3H6
A8A2P4H5
A8A2P4H6
A8A4A7H2
A8A4C146H2
A8A7TB1E2H2
A8A7MP7H3
A8A7MP7H4
A8A4C29H2
A8A4C30H2
A8A4C146H1
A8AA3A3H2
AA3MP7H1
A8A3MP8H1
A8A3P12H1
A8A4MP22H1
A8A4MP23H1
A8SA7A1H4
A8A4A6MP1H13
A8A4A6P1H14
TM-11-5820-509-35
SECTION IV INDEX-FEDERAL STOCK NUMBER AND REFERENCE NUMBER CROSS REFERENCE
TO FIGURE AND ITEM NUMBER OR REFERENCE DESIGNATION (CONTINUED)
FEDERAL
STOCK
NUMBER
5310-551-9284
5310-551-9284
5310-551-9284
5310-551-9284
5310-551-9286
5310-551-9286
5310-551-9286
5310-558-4187
5310-559-0575
5310-559-0575
5310-591-3416
5310-614-3500
5310-614-3500
5310-614-3500
5310-614-3500
5310-614-3500
5310-614-3500
5310-614-3500
5310-614-3500
5310-614-3500
5310-614-3500
5310-614-3500
5310-614-3500
5310-614-3500
5310-614-3500
5310-614-3500
5310-614-3500
5310-614-3500
5310-614-3500
9310-614-3500
5310-614-3500
5310-614-3500
FIGURE
NUMBER
ITEM NUMBER OR
REF. DESIGNATION
A8A4A6MP1H15
A8A4A6MP1H16
A8A4A6MP1Hl17
A8A4A6MP1H18
A8A5R22H4
A8A5R3H4
A8A5R4H4
A8A4MP13H2
A8A4C29H1
A8A4C30H1
A8A4A16H2
A8A3A2H2
A8A4K1H1
A8A4K1H2
A8A4K3H1
A8A4K3H2
A8A4K4H1
A8A4K4H2
A8A4K6H1
A8A4K6H2
A8A4R8H1
A8A4R8H2
A8A4T2H1
A8A4T2H2
A8A4T3H1
A8A4T3H2
A8A5E3H2
A8A5XC19H1
A8A5XC19H2
A8A5XC20H1
A8A7E7A1H2
A8A7P1H1
FEDERAL
STOCK
NUMBER
5310-614-3500
5310-616-8660
5310-685-7739
5310-685-7739
5310-685-7739
5310-685-7739
5310-925-7991
5310-925-7991
5310-925-7991
5310-925-7991
5310-925-7991
5310-925-7991
5310-925-7991
5310-925-7991
5310-928-2690
5310-928-2690
5310-928-2690
5310-928-2690
5310-928-2690
5310-928-2690
5310-928-26 90
5310-928-2690
5310-928-2690
5310-928-2690
5310-928-2690
5310-928-2690
5310-928-2690
5310-929-6395
5310-933-8119
5310-933-8119
5310-933-8119
5310-933-8119
B-202
FIGURE
NUMBER
ITEM NUMBER OR
REF. DESIGNATION
A8A7P1H2
A8A5T2H1
A8A3P1H1
A8A3P2H1
A8A3P3H1
A8A3P4H1
A8A4E29H3
A8A4E29H4
A8A4E30H3
A8A4E30H4
A8A4E31H3
A8A4E31H4
A8A4E32H3
A8A4E32H4
A8A3E13H3
A8A3E13H4
A8A3E15H3
A8A3E15H4
A8A4J5H6
A8A4J7H6
A8A5E5H3
A8A7MP13H4
A8A7MP13H5
A8A7MP13H6
A8A7MP14H4
A8A7MP14H5
A8A7MAP14H6
A8A5T2F5
A8A4A6H6
A8A4A6UP46H3
A8A4A6MP46H4
48A4A6MP47H3
TM-11-5820-509-35
SECTION IV INDEX-FEDERAL STOCK NUMBER AND REFERENCE NUMBER CROSS REFERENCE
TO FIGURE AND ITEM NUMBER OR REFERENCE DESIGNATION (CONTINUED)
FEDERAL
STOCK
NUMBER
5310-933-8119
5310-933-8119
5310-933-8119
5310-933-8119
5310-933-8119
5310-933-8119
5310-933-8119
5310-933-8119
5310-933-8119
5310-933-8119
5310-933-8119
5310-933-8119
5310-933-8119
5310-933-8119
5310-933-8119
5310-933-8119
5310-933-8119
5310-933-8119
5310-933-8119
5310-933-8119
5310-933-8119
5310-933-8119
5310-933-8119
5310-933-8119
5310-933-8120
5310-933-8120
5310-933-8120
5310-933-8120
5310-933-8120
5310-933-8120
5310-933-8120
5310-933-8120
FIGURE
NUMBER
ITEM NUMBER OR
REF. DESIGNATION
A8A4A6MP47H4
A8A4MP61H2
A8A4MP62H2
A8A4MP63H2
A8A4MP64H2
A8A4MP65H2
A8A4MP66H2
A8A4UP67H2
A8A4MP68H2
A8A4MP69H2
A8A4MP70H2
A8A4MP70H2
A8A4MP72H2
A8A47MP3H2
A8A4MP74H2
A8A4MP75H2
A8A4MP76H2
A8A4MP77H2
A8A4MP78H2
A8A4MP79H2
A8A4MP80H2
A8A4MP81H2
A8A5MP4H2
A8A5MP8H4
A7A1MP10H5
A7A1MP10H6
A7A1MP11H5
A7A1MP11H6
A7A2MP10H5
A7A2MP10H6
A7A2MP11H5
A7A2MP11H6
FEDERAL
STOCK
NUMBER
5310-934-9765
5310-934-9765
5310-934-9765
5310-934-9765
5310-934-9765
5310-934-9765
5310-934-9765
5310-934-9765
5310-938-2013
5310-938-8387
5310-938-8387
5310-938-8387
5310-938-8387
5310-939-0903
5310-948-8598
5310-952-1423
5310-952-1423
5310-952-1423
5310-952-1423
5310-952-1423
5310-952-1423
5315-058-9698
5315-05 8-9698
5315-531-9482
5315-531-9482
5315-614-3586
5315-614-3586
5315-823-8744
5315-823-8746
5315-853-0681
5315-881-2253
5315-881-2253
B-203
FIGURE
NUMBER
ITEM NUMBER OR
REF. DESIGNATION
A7A1MP10H1
A7A1MP10H2
A7A1MP11H1
A7A1MP11H2
A7A2MP10H1
A7A2MP10H2
A7A2MP11H1
A7A2MP11H2
A8A5E5H1
A7A1H1
A7A1H2
A7A2H1
A7A2H2
A8A4C123H3
A8A4A6NP54
A8A3H3
A8A3H4
A8A3H5
A8A3H6
A8A3H7
A8A3H8
A8A7A2MP1
A8A7A3MP1
A8A3A7MP1
A8A3A7MP2
A8A3A6NP4
A8A3A6MP5
A5A1MP1
A5MP5
A8A3ASMP1
A8A4A6A8MP1
A8A4A6A8P2
TM-11-5820-509-35
SECTION IV INDEX-FEDERAL STOCK NUMBER AND REFERENCE NUMBER CROSS REFERENCE
TO FIGURE AND ITEM NUMBER OR REFERENCE DESIGNATION (CONTINUED)
FEDERAL
STOCK
NUMBER
5315-987-8790
5325-248-7031
5325-276-4993
5325-276-4993
5325-276-4993
5325-286-6047
5325-286-6047
5325-286-6047
5325-960-2410
5325-960-2410
5325-960-2410
5325-960-2410
5325-960-2410
5330-558-2310
5330-559-8909
5330-559-8909
5330-559-8909
5330-559-8909
5330-559-8909
5330-559-8909
5330-559-8909
5330-559-8909
5330-559-8909
5330-559-8909
5330-618-3447
5330-618-3447
5330-618-3447
5330-618-9563
5330-618-9563
5330-618-9563
5330-892-4773
5330-981-7538
FIGURE
NUMBER
ITEM NUMBER OR
REF. DESIGNATION
A8A3A7MP6
A8A4H6
A8A3H2
A8A4H4
A8A4H5
A8A2H1
A8A4H2
A8A4H3
A8A3MP10
A8A3MP11
A8A3MP12
A8A3MP13
A8A5MP6
A8AH5
A8A4A6MP1H19
A8A4A6MP1H20
A8A4A6MP1H21
A8A4A6MP1H22
A8A4A6MP1H23
A8A4A6MP1H24
A8A4A6MP46H5
A8A4A6MP46H6
A8A4A6MP47H5
A8A4A6MP47H6
A8A4A6MP32
A8A4A6MP33
A8A4A6MP34
A8A4A6E3