BENDIXKing KY 97A Installation manual

BENDIXKing KY 97A Installation manual
KT 76/78
TRANSPONDER
INSTAllATION MANUAL
006-0067-01
R E\1. 1
D E CE MBER, 1972
This equipment manufactured under the
following U.S. Patent: 3, 366,834
ONE FULL YEAR WARRANTY
General Aviation Avionic products manufactured by
King Radio Corporation (hereinafter called King) are
warranted against defects in design, workmanship and
material under normal use for which intended for one
year after warranty registration provided such
registration occurs within eighteen months of the
factory shipping date.
This warranty shall not apply to any product which has
not been installed by an authorized King Installation
Facility in accordance with the Installation manual, or
which has been repaired or altered in any way so as to
adversely effect Its performance or reliability, or
which has been subject to misuse, contamination,
negligence or accident.
King's limit of liability hereunder shall be to provide
necessary parts and labor to repair said product,
transportation charges prepaid at either King factory
or an authorized King Service Center. King shall not be
liable for consequential or other damage or expense
whatsoever therefore or by reason thereof.
This warranty Is in lieu of all other General Aviation
Avionics guarantees or warranties expressed or
implied. King reserves the right to make design
changes. additions to and Improvements in its products
without obligation to install such in products
previously manufactured.
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General Aviation Avionics
400 Norrh Rogers Road
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AEROSPACE
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BENDIX/KING®Service Aid
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KT 76/KT 78-102
Transponder
SUBJECT: Mode A and C updates to improve reliability.
Reliability of the KT 76/78 can be improved by removing and replacing the
components listed below and careful alignment of the decoder one-shots.
Remove and replace the components in the unit with the ones in the following
list.
COMPONENT
PART NUMBER
DESCRIPTION
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C426
C429
C430
R474
R491
R494
R495
120-00061-0000
105-00031-0014
104-00001-0038
104-00001-0038
131-00153-0023
135-00123-0012
133-00113-0015
135-00123-0012
IC, SN74221N
CAP, MY 3.3KKP, BOV
CAP, S/M 2400pf, 1%
CAP, S/M 2400pf, 1%
RES, F/C 15Kolj4W 5%
RES, M/F 12Ko1/4W 5%
RES, VAR 2Ko 1W
RES, M/F 12Ko1j4W 5%
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Using the procedure in the KT 76/78 Maintenance Overhaul Manual align the mode
pS +/- 0.1 pS. Align the mode C oneshots at TP405 and TP406 for 21.6 pS +/- 0.1 ps~
These adjustments should be smooth, if they are erratic, clean or replace the
variable resistors as necessary.
A one-shots at TP403 and TP404 for 8.6
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P/N
601-01340-0020
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THIS INFORMATION PROVIDED BY STICKS AND
STONES PROD. WE HOPE THAT IT IS USEFUL.
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J(T 76A Troubt~hootin2 Tips
Poor sen$itivity ?
When working on a KT 76A that has poor
sensitivity, check the following caps:
C440, C441, C442, C443, C444.
· If these caps are black in color, replace them all.
The new ~ps will be ):ellow in color.
Erratic sensitivity?
. When repairing a KT 76Ayou discover that the unit
exhibits erratic sensitivity, check the ·6.2Vdc power
supply line. This line should read between ·5.7Vdc
and -7.5Vdc.lfthe line mea:;ures out of tol~rance,
·check C409 as this one has been the culprit many
times.
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Rack 'em up
The following is a list of mounting rack part
. numbers for various panel mount equipment:
l;JNIT
KJ\.-1A 20
KMA 24
KMA 24H
KMA 24H-70171
KN · 53
KN 62A
lC~ 63
Kl'l 64
KN 74
KT . 76A
KT 79
KNS 80
KNS 81
KR 85
KR 86
KR- 87
K.LN 88
KLN .90
KY 92
KY 96A
KY 97A
KX 125
KA 134
K.X 145
KX; 155
KX 165
KX 170/175/A/B
KC 190/1/2
KY l96/l97
KY 196Nl97A ·
RACK PART#
047-01761-0001
047-04940-0004
047-04940-0004
047-0475 1-0004
047-04751-0004
047-04543-0002
04 7-04219-0000
047-04543-0002
047-02191-0000
047-Q3898-0002
047-05827-0004
047-05547-0001
047-04899-0001
047-0 l 846-0000
04 7-025 I 0-0001
047-05193-0002
071-01486-0000
071-01541-0000
047-04575-0002
047-08512-0004
04 7-08512-0004
047-06865-0001
047-04567-0002
047-03204-0002
047...04874-000 i
047-04874-0001
047-01695-0000
047-05114-0003
047-04676-0004
047-08512-0004
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
SECTION I GENERAL INFORMATION
Paragraph
Page
1. 1
1. 2
1-1
1-1
1-1
1-3
1-4
1-5
1. 3
1. 4
1. 5
1. 6
Introduction
General Description
Technical Characteristics
Units and Accessories Supplied
Accessories Not Supplied
Lie ense Requirements
SECTION II INSTALLATION
2, 1
2.2
2.3
2.4
2. 5
2. 6
2.7
2.8
2-1
2- 1
2-1
2-1
2-2
2-3
General
Unpacking and Inspecting Equipment
Installation Procedures
Voltage Changeover Instruction~;
KT 76/78 Installation
Connector A s sembly Procedure
KA 48 Installation
Location Considera tion
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2-4
SECTION Ill OPERATION
3. 1
Normal Operation
2-1
LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS
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2-1
2-2
2-3
2-2
2-5
2-6
2-7
2-9
2- 10
2-9
Voltage Changeover of Front Panel
Crimping Tool
KT 76/78 Inte r connect
KT 76/78
KA 48 Mounting
Acceptable Cable Connections
030-0061 Connector Assembly
030-0101 Conne ctor Assembly
Type 11 N 11 and "C 11 Connector Assembly
030-0005 Connector Assembly
3-1
KT 76/78 Transponder Controls
2-4
2-5
2-6
2-7A
2-7B
2- 8
2-11
2-12
2-13
2-13
3-2
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HISTORY OF REVISIONS
REV. 1, December, 1972
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Front
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2-4
2-5
2-6
2-7
2-9
2-10
2-11
2-12
2-13
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Installation Kit Parts Lists Updated
Misspelled Word
Clarification of "596" Drawing Number
Clarification of "696" Drawing Number
Revised Installation Drawing
Clarification of 11 696 11 Drawing Number
New Connector Number Shown
Clarification o.f 11 696" Drawing "Number
New Connector Assembly :Procedures
Clarification of 11 696" Drawing Number
Clarification o1 11 tl96" Drawing Numbe.r
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SECTION I
GENERAL INFORMATION
1.1 INTRODUCTION
Thi s manual contai ns information relative to the physical, mechanical , and electrical
characteristics of the King H.adio Corporation Silver Crown KT 76/78. Information
relative to the mai ntenanc e, alignment and procurement of replac e ment parts may be
found in KT 76/78 Maintenance/Overhaul Manual, KPN 006-5058-00.
1.2 GENERAL DESCRIPTION
The King KT 76 and KT 78 Transponders are radar beacon equipment designed to fulfill
the role of the airborne beacon under the requirements of the Ai.r Traffic Control Radar
Beacon System (ATCH.BS).
The KT 76/78 Transponders are capable of locating the user throu gh the air traffic
controller. Range and azimuth are established by the return from the transponder's
pulsed transmitter in reply to n. routine interrogation from the ground radar site.
The transponder reply is a set of pulses, selected in number, and positioned in time,
one with respect to the other (not entirely unlike telegraphy). Information is conveyed
to the ground in this manner. An identity code number, s elected at the front panel by
the pilot is transm.itted as a Mode A reply.
Mode C, altitud e reporting, is an additional capability designed into the transponder.
However, in order to convey altitude information, the transponder must be lised in
conjunction with a reporting altimeter and operated in "ALT" function.
An additional feature of the transponder and beacon system is the S. P. I. (Special Pulse,
Identification). After pressing the ident button the transponder, when interrogated, will
reply with a special pulse that will cause the associate d pip on the controllers display
to "bloom" effecting immediate recognition.
1.3 TECHNICAL CHARACTERISTICS
SPE CIF ICATIONS
CHARACTERISTICS
TSO COMPLIANCE:
C74b
TSO CATEGORY:
KT 76 - DAPBBBXXXXXX Class 1
KT 78 - DAPBBBXXXXXX Class II
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SPECIFICATIONS
CHARACTEIUSTICS
APPLICABLE DOCUMENTS:
TSO C74b, UTCA D0-138
TEMPERATURE RANGE:
- 15° C to +55° C for continuous operation
HUMIDITY RANGE:
Up to 95o/o at +50° C ( +122° F) for 12 hours
WEIGHT:
3. 0 lbs. including Mtg rack
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INSTALLATION SPACE:
14 volt - 6. 25 X 1. 63 X 10.00 in.
( 15. 88 X 4. ~4 X 25. 4cm)
28 volt- 6. 25 X 1. 63 X 11. 00 in.
( 15. 88 X 4. 14 X 27. 94cm)
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POWER REQUIREMENTS:
14 volt
28 volt
ALTITUDE:
KT 76 Tested up to 30,000 feet which
exceeds TSO requirements.
KT 78 up to 15, 000 feet
TRANSMITTEH FREQUENCY:
1090MHz ±3MHz
TRANSMITTER POWER:
KT 76 - 200 watts peak minimum
KT 78 - 113 watts peak minimum
HECEIVER FREQUENCY:
1030M:H z
RECEIVER SENSITIVITY:
-74dbm nominal
-72dbm minimum for 90% reply
MODE A CAPABiliTY:
4096 identity codes plus SPI pulse.
MODE C CAPABIUTY:
Accepts AIUNC attitude digitizer output,
reporting in 100 foot increments from
-1000 ft. up to 31,000 feet.
SIDE LOBE SUPPRESSION:
3 pulse
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1. 3 Amp
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1.4 UNITS AND ACCESSORIES SUPPLIED
A.
B.
King K'T 76 Transponder KPN 066-1034-00, 14VDC
King KT 76 Transponder KPN 066-1034-01, 28VDC
King KT 78 Transponder KPN 066-1034 - 02, 14VDC
King KT 78 Transponder KPN 066-1034-03, 28VDC
Mounting Tray KPN 047-2439-01 (supplied with each unit)
King KT 76/78 Installation Kits
1)
KPN
030-0005-00
030 - 0101 - 00
1,< 030-1046-12
030-1050-00
071-1048-00
089-8094-30
090-001 9 -07
089- 2013-37
089-5907-06
089-8027-30
1o91-oo31-os
089-8110-34
089-5903-04
KPN 050-1244-00 (14VDC) Parts List as Follows:
Connector Coax, Tf:o~D #4-10-4
Connector Coax, T:ED /19-30-4
Gold Contact Connector, MOL EX 1917G
(This is 12 contacts on a strip)
Connector, Housing
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Ant enna KA 48
Washer Flat
Retaining Ring
Nut, Hex, /16-32
Screw, P. H. P H., #6-32 X 3/8
Washer, F lat, #6
Cable Clamp
L ockwasher 1/6
Screw, PHP #4 -40 X 1 /4
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KPN 050-1244-01 (28VDC) Parts list as follows:
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DESCHIPTION
This kit is same as 14 VDC Kit with
the addition of the following parts.
KPN
D:ESCH.IPT ION
04 7-2445-00
089-2016-37
089-5991-12
089-8112-34
132-0113-04
089-2009-37
091-0009-00
089-5878-04
Shield Head
Nut Hex 10-32
Screw PHP 10-32 X 3/4
Washer Lock #10
Resistor W/ W 1011, 55W, 5%
N ut, Hex, #4-40
Grommet, 1 I 8'' l D.
Screw, PHP, #4-40 X 1/4 Springtite
Hev. 1, December, 1972
QUANTIT Y
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1.5
ACCESSORIES NOT
A.
SUfj~-LIED
Voltage change over kit H'4 to 2SVOC) 050'-1247-00 Parts List as
follows:
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DESCRIPTION
047-2445-00
057-1395-01
089-2009-37
089-2016-37
089-5878-04
089-5991-12
089-8112-34
091-0009-00
132-0 113 -04
Shield, Heat
L.amp Voltage Plate &ll v
Nut, Rex, #4-40
Nut, Hex, # 10-32
Screw, P. H. P, #4-40 x 1/4 Springtite
Screw, PHP 10-32 x 3 / 4
Washer, Lock# 10
Gro.m10et, 1/8 I. D.
H.esistor, W. W. 10 ohm, 55W, 5o/o
B.
QUANTITY
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Voltage change over kit (28 to 14VDC) 050-1247;..01 Parts List as
follows:
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DESCIUPTION
026-0001-00
057-1395-00
Buss \Vire (#26 AWG)
Lamp Voltage Plate 14V
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QUANTITY
• 1 ft.
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Low Loss Antenna Installation Kit, 050-1253-00
Parts I.J.st as follows:
QUANTITY
KPN
DESCRIPTION
024-0013-00
Cable, Coax
17. 5 ft.
030-0102-00
Connector, Coax 'fED 9-10-5
Connector. Coax 'fED 9-30-5
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1.6
LICENSE REQUIREMENTS
T he transmitter as installed in the aircraft, requires an Aircraft Radio Station Lice nse.
This license is obtained by filing FCC Form 404. The KT 76 or KT 78 may be operated
for up to 30 days without a station license, after filing the FCC Form 404 and while
awaiting the receipt 0f the station license, providing a copy of the I•'CC Form 404 is kept
in the aircraft.
This equipment has been type accepted by the FCC and entered on t heir list of type
accepted equipment as King KT 76 or King KT 78 and must be identified as such on your
FCC F orm 404, Aircraft Radio Station License Application.
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SECTION II
INSTALLATION
2.1 GENERAL
Installation of the KT 76/78 will differ according to equipment location and other factors.
Cable harnesses will be fabricated by the installing agency to fit these various requirements. This section contains interconnect diagrams, mounting dimensions and information pertaining to installation.
2.2 UNPACKING AND INSPECTING ·EQUIPMENT
Exercise extreme care when unpacking the equipment. Make a visual inspection of the
unit for evidence of damage incurred during shipment. If a claim for damage is to be
made, save the shipping container to substantiate the claim. The claim should be
promptly filed with the transportation company. When equipment has been removed,
place in the shipping container all packing, bracing, and filler used in the original packing. Save the packing material for use in unit storage or reshipment.
2.3
Listed below are factors and suggestions to consider before installing your KT 76/78.
Close adherence to these suggestions will assure more satisfactory performance from
your equipment. Also note the following instructions for voltage changeover in the
KT 76/78.
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INSTALLATION PROCEDURES
VOLTAGE CHANGE OVER INSTRUCTIONS
The KT 76/78 may be ordered from the factory for . 14 volt or 28 volt operation. To convert a 14V unit to 28V operation use voltage change over kit KPN 050-1247-00. To convert a 28V unit to 14V operation use voltage change overkit KPN 050-1247-01.
1)
:Remove the front panel of the radio, JTigure 2-1 shows the front of
the switch board. · In the lower rigb.t corner are located six jumper
pins. Ji..,igure 2 -la shows the proper jumper connection for 14VDC
operation while F _igure 2-lb shows the connections for 28VDC operation
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Lamp Voltage Tag must correspond to voltage used. The tag is located
oh rear of unit and is supplied with Voltage Changeover Kit.
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VOLTAGE CHANGEOVER O.F FRONT PANE L
Install the 10 ohm 55W resistor in s eries with the power input pin for
28V operation. The series resistor is not required in 14V installations.
See Figure 2-3.
2.5 KT 76/78 INSTALLATION
1.
The KT 76/78 are mounted rigidly in the aircraft panel.
2.
Avoid mounting clo s e to any high external heat source, if this is done
then no blower or ram air cooling will be required.
3.
RemembEr to allow adequate space for installation of cables and
connecto ~ s.
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4.
Secure the mounting tray KPN 047 - 2439-02 to instrument panel oer
Figure 2 -4. The rearward mounting holes must be attached to a
structual. ·member of the airframe by means of support brackets.
5.
Looking at the bottom of unit, make sure the front lobe of the holddown
device i s in a vertical position. This can be accomplished by using
3/32n Allen wrench through the face plate.
6.
Slide uni. t into tray until front lobe touches mounting tray.
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1912
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Turn Allen wrench clockwise until .rear lobe engages with the tray
slot. Continue turning wrench clockwise until tight.
-CAUTION-
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2.6 CONNECTOR ASSEMBLY PROCEDURE
The KT 76/78 uses a special connector that mates directly with the Printed Circuit
noard inside the unit. Assembly of the connector is as follows:
A.
Contact Terminal Assembly Using Molex Crimper (Figure 2-2)
1.
Strip each wire 5/32" for contact terminal KPN 030-1046-XX.
(The last two digits of the contact terminal part number indicate
the number of terminals required).
2. Open the Molex Hand Crimper HT1921 with the engraved side
. toward the operator. Place the conductor tab section of a contact
terminal on Anvil B withthe contact portion facing away from the
operator. Close the crimper slightly until the contact tabs touch
the female jaw.
3. Insert the stripped conductor until the insulation is even with the
side of the crimper facing the operator. Crimp the conductor tabs
by squeezing the handles together until the jaws are fully closed
or a sufficient crimp is obtained.
4. Move the lead to Anvil A. Place the insulating tab section on
Anvil A. Crimp again Until the jaws are fully closed or a
sufficient crimp is obtained.
5. If necessary, straighten the contact terminal while it is held by
the crimper.
B.
Contact Terminal Assembly Using Pliers
1. Strip each wire 5/32" for contact terminal KPN 030-1046-XX (the
last two digits of the contact terminal part number indicate the
number of terminals required).
2. Tin the exposed conductor.
3. Using needle nose pliers fold over each conductor tab in turn, onto
the exposed conductor. When both tabs have been folded, firmly
press the tabs against the conductor.
4. Repeat Step 3 for the insulator tabs.
5. Apply a drop of solder (using minimum ·heat) to the conductor /tab
connection to assure a good electromechanical joint.
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Contact Insertion into Molex Connector Housing
1. After the contact terminals have been installed on the wi ring
harness, the contact terminals can be inserted into the desired
location in the connector housing. The terminal cannot be inserted up-side-down. Right side up it slides into place effortlessly.
Be sure to push ·the terminal all the way in, until a click can be
felt, heard, or seen (through the translucent -housing).
2. The self locking feature can be tested by moderately pulling on
the wire.
Extraction of Contact from Molex Connector
If a contact is inserted into the wrong connector position, or if an
installation wiring change is desired, the Molex contact can be easily
removed.
1. Slip the flat narrow blade of a Molex contact ejector tool, HT -1884,
under the contact on the mating side of the connect or. Looking
down, the blade can be seen sliding into the stop.
2. When the ejector is slid into place, the locking key of the contact
is raised allowing the contact to be removed by pulling moderately on the lead.
3.
Neither the contact or position is damaged by removing a contact ·if care is exercised when contact is removed.
2.7 KA 48 INSTALLAiiON
The KA 4a antenna is a vertical quarter wave d ipole designed for optimum performance
at the transponder operating frequency. When making the antenna installation guidelines
should be taken from an investigation of proven s atisfactory transponder and DME
antenna installations.
....:.NOTEA . 380 inch clearance hole is required.
The antenna should be kept clean. If
left dirty (oil covered) the range of the
transponder may be affected.
2.8 LOCATION CONSIDERATIONS
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1.
The antenna should be well removed from any projections, the engine( s)
and propeller( s).
2.
The antenna should be mounted on a bottom surface that will be level
in normal aircraft flight attitudes.
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The surface directly beneath the antenna should be a nat plane over
as large an area as possible.
4.
Where pr·actical, plan the antenna location to keep cable length as
short as possible avoiding sharp bends in the cable. However, it is
recommended that the separation between DME and transponder
antennas be at least six feet.
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Maximum separation of ADF sense antenna and transponder antenna
is recommended.
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~!OL F.X HAND EJECTOR
HT-1884
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(Dwg. No. 696-2151-00)
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1.
CONNECTOR 'TERMINAL NUMBER IS SPECIFIED ON THE CONNECTOR.
2.
A.LL. WillES SHOULD BE #22AWG.
3.
HESISTOR USED IN 27. 5VDC OPEHATION ONLY. THIS HF. SISTOR
CAN BE MOUl'l'['ED ELSEWHERE IN AIHCRAF'T, BUT THE HEAT
SHIELD SHOULD STILL BE USED.
ROUTE THE A~ TENNA CAB L E AS FAR AS PRACTICABLE F ROM ANY
HARNESS. INNO CASE SHOULD THE ANTENNA CABLE UE LACED
INTO A HARNESS BUNDLE.
F'IGUHE 2-:3 KT 76/78 INTERCONNECT DIAGRAM
(Dwg. No. 696-3003-00)
Page 2-6
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089-8112-34(2)
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FORM RESISTOR LEADS AS SHOWN
28 V INSTALLATION
FIGURE 2-4 KT 76/78 OUTLINE AND MOUNTING DRAWING
(Dwg. No. 155-5095-00 R•l)
Rev. 1. December. 1972
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PANEL MOUNT
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2. WEIGHT;
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FIG URE 2- 5 KA 48 MO . NflNG
{Dwg. No. 6 96- 3004 -00 )
Rev. 1. De cemb er, 1972
P age 2- 9
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K'f-<~~8
T RANSPO DER
Configuration #1. f ·:>r us ing RG 58 cabl e.
is 9 feet.
T he maximum cabl e l ength for t his installa tion
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UG-88/U
(030·0005-00)
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Configuration #2. A maximum cable length of 17. 5 f eet. All t he parts necessary for
this installation are cont ained in the low loss antenna inst allation kit (050-1253-00),
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KPN 024-0013-00
TIMES PART NO.
KT 761
AA2413
78
KP-N 03Q-0092-00
Configuration #3. for using RG8 c able.
is 21 feet.
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RG-58A/U
KT 76/
78
FIGURE 2-6 ACCEPTABLE CABLE CONNE CT IO NS
(Dwg. N o. 6 96-3006-00)
Rev. 1, D e c ember, 1972
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Trim coax cable oute r insu lation as shov.rn.
F o d braid back over ou tcr cover of coax.
Do not cross strands.
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Solder center conductor to center pin of
conductor. Make su re front end of braid
(Po i nt of fold ) is even with bottom of connect or. (Shown by arrows)
Slide connector cap, with clearanee hole in
positi on to c l ear dielectric, on to connector
unti.l it snaps in place.
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Push braid forward and flatten a g ainst connector cap and solder.
Solder tac connector cap to connector in at
l east two pl ace s t o insure g ood e l ectrical
contact.
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.----------WARNINGCLOSE ADHERENCE TO THIS PROCEDURE IS NECESSARY
FOR AN I NTERFERENCE FREE INSTALLATION.
FIGURE 2-.7A 030-0061-00 CONJ\TE CTOR ASSE MB LY
Dwg. No . 696-3006-00
Rev.
1~
December, 1972
Page 2-11
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KT 76 / 78
TRA SPONDER
CONNECTOR
ASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS
DOCUMENT OCie-1058·00. OCT, lt12
Tr im coax outer i ns ulation a !! s h own.
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or ins ulat.ion back 0.25".
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St rip i nsu l ation b a ck 0. 125".
Insert cable _through side wall of
connector and sol der center c onduct or
to center pin of connector. Hea t
t h e outs i de of the connect a · sleeve
a nd at the same t i we apply solder
be tween braid and sleeve. Continue
to ap p l y he a t un t ·i l the St>lder flows .
Insert con nector cap i nto end of fit- ·
t i ng and tuck solder in 2 pl ace s .
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-WARNINGCLOSE ADUERANCE TO THIS PROCEDURE -IS NECESSARY
FOR AN INTERFERENCE FREE INSTALLATIO ' .
FlGURE 2-7B 030-0101-00 CONNECTOR ASSEMBLY
(Dwg. No. 066-106.6-00)
Page 2-12
Rev. 1, December, 1972
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P l ace nut and gas ke t over cable and cut
jacket to d imension shown.
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Comb out b raid and fold out. Cut cable
dielectric to dimension shown. Tin cent er
conduc tor.
P ull bra id wires forward and taper toward
c enter conductor. P~ace clamp over braid
and pus h b ack agains t cab le jacket.
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F old b ack braid wires as shown, trim to
proper length (D) and form over clamp as
shown. Solder cont act to center conductor.
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Insert cabl e and parts into connector body.
ake sure s harp edge of clamp seats properly in gasket. Tighten nut.
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KPN
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S IZE
RG/U CABLE
DIMENSIONS
030-0020-01
8
A
8
9/32 1/8
030-002 1-0 I
58
9/32 1/8
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5132 3164
5/32 3/64
FIGURE 2-8 T Y PE " "AND " C'' CONl\TE CTOR ASSEMBLY
(Dwg. o. 696-3007-00)
FIG URE 2-9 030-0005 - 00 CO TEC"fOR ASSEMBLY
(Dwg. No. 6 96-3008-00 )
Rev. 1, December, 1972
Page 2-13
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SECTION Ill
OPERATION
3.1 NORMAL OPERATION
The tr a nsponder is t u rned on by rotating t h e fu nction sele ctor f rom the off position to
any other position.
-NOTE-
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T he KT 76 / 78 should be turne d off
before start ing aircraft enginc (s }.
After being turned on there is a 30 second delay before t he unit b ecomes functional.
This is to permit the t ransmitter tube t o warm-up and stabil ize. Usually th e function
switch will be rotated t o the " s t andby" pos ition, however, any o perative position will
initiate the time delay
turn on. Any time t hat the function switch i s in the "ON" or
11
ALT" position the t ransponder becomes an active pa rt of t he beacon system. rt is
undesirable from a syst ems view point to be operat ing (function selector in e ither of
these positions) while on the g round, t axiing, o r r unning up a t a t erminal w ith a col ocated beacon interrogat or. Attention should be paid to the code selected on t he
control head. The selected code should b e in accordance with inst ruct ions for IF R
f light or rules applicabl e t o t rans ponde r ut iliz at ion for V F R flight .
--NOTE-
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Never a ctivat e t he t ransponder with
either Code 0000, 7700 or 7777 selected on the control head. Code 7700
is selected f or emergencies.
During normal transponder operation, a flashing l amp is an indication o f a t ransmitted
reply. An int errogation will normally b e at 10 - 15 seconds intervals. Lamp flashes
within this interval may be f rom noise, a second or t h ird int errogat or, or from side
lobes from interrogat ors with out side lobe suppression.
"ON" function will be the c ust omary m ode of operation. If an a ltit ude digitizer i s part
of the system then "ALT" funct ion w ill be select ed if altit ude reporting is requested by
traffic control. "ALT" function ena bles t he transponder to encode a n altit ud e reply.
The IDENT feature is used at t he reques t of the t raffic cont rolle r . T he ID.ENT button
is deprcs~ed momentarily and then r el eased. A memory holds th e ID E . T reply for an
interval to a~ s ure the proper reply for a t leas t one radar sweep. This memory also
turns the reply lamp on stea dy a s an indication of t he ident func tion.
Page 3- l
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KT 76 / 78
T RA NSPONDER
-NOTEConsult the airport / fac ility dire c tory
section of t he Airmans Information
Manual for the location of r a dar
beacons. A ir traffi c control radar
beacon syst em (AT CRBS) D es c ription :
AIM, Section L Radar beacon procedures: AIM, Section II.
CODE
S t: U ;C T<..lll.
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F IG UR E 3- 1 KT 76/ 7 8 TRANSP ONDE R CO NT ROLS
(Dwg. No. 696 - 300 9 - 00)
Rev. 1, Dec ember, 1972
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Page K-76
Transpondet"
KING
KT 76/78
Connector
1
12
Circuit
Pin# Notes
13.75 VOLT INPUT ....................................................... ........ 5
14 VOLT DIMMER ................................................................ 11
A1 ......................................................................................... 6
1<:2. ......................................................................................... 1
A4 ......................................................................................... 9
8 1 .......................................................................................... 4
82 ........................................................... .............................. 1
8 4 ........................ ................................................................. 2
C1 ......................................................................................... 3
C2 ............ ............................................. .................... ............ 6 .
C4 ......................................................................................... 10
GROUN0 ....................... ....................................................... 12
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1. Internally set with jumpers behind face plate.
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