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(AEM), All Rights Reserved CONFIDENTIAL AND PROPRIETARY TO ANODYNE ELECTRONICS MANUFACTURING CORP. MB01-001 Matching Box SM72 Installation and Operation Manual COPYRIGHT STATEMENT © 2012 Anodyne Electronics Manufacturing Corp. (AEM), All Rights Reserved This publication is the property of AEM and is protected by Canadian copyright laws. No part of this document may be reproduced or transmitted in any form or by any means including electronic, mechanical, photocopying, recording, or otherwise, without the prior written permission of AEM. Installation and Operation Manual Page ii ENG-FORM: 820-0100.DOTX CONFIDENTIAL AND PROPRIETARY TO ANODYNE ELECTRONICS MANUFACTURING CORP. MB01-001 Matching Box SM72 Installation and Operation Manual Prepared By: Checked By: Approved By: Tom Betzelt Product Support Manager June 26, 2012 Loen Clement Designer Jun 26/12 Tony Pearson Designer Jun 12, 2012 The status of this installation and operation manual is controlled by the revision shown on the title page. The status of each section is controlled by revision shown in the footer of each page. All revisions affecting sections of this manual have been incorporated. ISSUE/REVISION RECORD Manual Issue Number Section Revision Number Revision Description Issue Date 4.01 Section 1 Rev: 1.00 Section 2 Rev: 1.00 Section 3 Rev: 1.00 Updated to current format. Apr 3, 2009 AEM MANUAL REVISIONS Section Revision Number Revision Description Date All Rev: 2.00 Updated titleblock Jun 12, 2012 Installation and Operation Manual Page iii ENG-FORM: 820-0100.DOTX CONFIDENTIAL AND PROPRIETARY TO ANODYNE ELECTRONICS MANUFACTURING CORP. MB01-001 Matching Box SM72 Installation and Operation Manual Table of Contents Section Title 1.0 Description 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 1.4.1 1.4.2 1.4.3 Introduction Purpose of Equipment Design Features Specifications Electrical Specifications Physical Specifications Environmental Specifications 2.0 Installation 2.1 2.2 2.2.1 2.3 2.4 2.4.1 2.4.2 2.4.3 2.4.4 2.5 2.6 Introduction Unpacking and Inspection Warranty Continued Airworthiness Installation Procedures Warnings Cautions Cabling and Wiring Post-Installation Checks Adjustments and Connections Installation Drawings 3.0 Operation 3.1 3.2 3.3 Introduction General Information Controls and Indicators Installation and Operation Manual Page 1-1 1-1 1-1 1-1 1-1 1-2 1-3 2-1 2-1 2-1 2-1 2-1 2-1 2-2 2-2 2-2 2-3 2-4 3-1 3-1 3-1 Page iv ENG-FORM: 820-0100.DOTX CONFIDENTIAL AND PROPRIETARY TO ANODYNE ELECTRONICS MANUFACTURING CORP. MB01-001 Matching Box SM72 Installation and Operation Manual Section 1.0 Description 1.1 Introduction Information in this section consists of product description, design features and specifications for the MB01-001 Matching Box. All derivative product information shall be contained in the applicable manual supplement, which may be obtained from AEM as required. Review all notes, warning and cautions. 1.2 Purpose of Equipment The MB01-001 is a remote mounted audio level matching unit for 8 transceivers and 10 receivers. It provides 8 floating key signals and is capable of providing unamplified artificial sidetone. The unit also provides a diode OR’ed DF Mute signal when any of the transceivers are keyed. 1.3 Design Features The MB01-001 is made up of 8 subassemblies: 2 ‘Receiver’ subassemblies, 4 ‘Transceiver’ subassemblies, one Test subassembly and one Backplane subassembly. Each ‘Receiver’ subassembly supports 5 receivers and each ‘Transceiver’ subassembly supports two transceivers. The Test subassembly connector provides the installing agency access to all microphone and receive signals while all the equipment is connected. This allows proper level adjustments to be made while all inputs and outputs are loaded. The MB01-001 supports real sidetone, dedicated sidetone inputs (with 6dB of attenuation) and can generated unamplified artificial sidetone. All connectors are labelled to assist with proper connection to the airframe wiring. 1.4 Specifications 1.4.1 Electrical Specifications Input Signals Quantity 18 Receive inputs 8 Microphone inputs 8 Sidetone inputs Audio level 4.9 Vrms nominal for receiver inputs. 4.9 Vrms nominal for sidetone inputs. 1 Vrms nominal for microphone inputs. Impedance 350 k ± 10% max for microphone inputs. 600 k ± 10% for receive inputs. 1000 k ± 10% for sidetone inputs. Circuitry Type All are balanced inputs. June 12, 2012 Rev: 2.00 Page 1-1 ENG-FORM: 800-0100.DOTX CONFIDENTIAL AND PROPRIETARY TO ANODYNE ELECTRONICS MANUFACTURING CORP. MB01-001 Matching Box SM72 Installation and Operation Manual Key lines PTT <30 mA input current Quantity 18 Receive outputs. 8 Microphone outputs. Alert level 2 Vrms nominal for receive outputs 2 Vrms nominal for sidetone outputs 0.5 Vrms nominal for microphone outputs Impedance 600 375 Distortion <10% THD @ Rated power output Circuitry Type All are balanced outputs. Keylines Floating or direct PTT ≤0.5 A at 30 Vdc Resistive handling current ≤0.1 A at 30 Vdc Inductive handling current DF Mute Keylines are diode OR’ed and produce a summed output on each of the receiver cards Output Signals 1.4.2 ±10% for microphone outputs ±10% for receive outputs Physical Specifications Height 3.15” (80.1 mm) Depth 4.00” (101.6 mm) Width 8.11” (205.0 mm) Weight 2.5 lbs Mounting Bulkhead mount with four 10-32 screws Faceplate Engraved acrylic edge lit panel Material/Finish Chassis & cover are 5052-H32 brushed aluminum with conversion coating finish DF Mute Keylines are diode OR’ed and produce a summed output on each of the receiver cards June 12, 2012 Rev: 2.00 Page 1-2 ENG-FORM: 800-0100.DOTX CONFIDENTIAL AND PROPRIETARY TO ANODYNE ELECTRONICS MANUFACTURING CORP. MB01-001 Matching Box SM72 Installation and Operation Manual 1.4.3 Environmental Specifications Temperature Operating Survival -40 C. to +70 C DO-160C Cat. B4 -55 C. to +85 C Altitude 25,000 feet max. Shock DO-160C Cat. N Operational Shock only Qualification DO-160C as contracted End of Section 1.0 June 12, 2012 Rev: 2.00 Page 1-3 ENG-FORM: 800-0100.DOTX CONFIDENTIAL AND PROPRIETARY TO ANODYNE ELECTRONICS MANUFACTURING CORP. MB01-001 Matching Box SM72 Installation and Operation Manual Section 2.0 Installation 2.1 Introduction Information in this section consists of unpacking and inspection procedures, installation procedures, postinstallation checks and installation drawings for the MB01-001 Matching Box. Review all notes, warnings and cautions. 2.2 Unpacking and Inspection Unpack the equipment carefully. Inspect the unit visually for damage due to shipping and report all such claims immediately to the carrier involved. Note that each unit should have the following: - MB01-001 Matching Box - Product Information Card - Certificate of Conformity or Release certification Verify that all items are present before proceeding and report any shortage immediately to your supplier. 2.2.1 Warranty All Anodyne Electronics Manufacturing Corp. (AEM) products are warranted for 2 years. See the website www.aem-corp.com/warranty for complete details. 2.3 Continued Airworthiness Maintenance of the MB01-001 Matching Box is ‘on condition’ only. Periodic maintenance of this product is not required. 2.4 Installation Procedures 2.4.1 Warnings WARNING: High volume settings can cause hearing damage. Set the headset volume control to the minimum volume setting prior to conducting tests, and slowly increase the headset volume to a comfortable listening level. June 12, 2012 Rev: 2.00 Page 2-1 ENG-FORM: 805-0100.DOTX CONFIDENTIAL AND PROPRIETARY TO ANODYNE ELECTRONICS MANUFACTURING CORP. MB01-001 Matching Box SM72 Installation and Operation Manual 2.4.2 Cautions CAUTION: All audio installations can be seriously degraded by incorrect wiring and shielding, and may result in abnormal cross-talk, hum and ground-loop noise. Be especially careful with all microphone wiring and tie line wiring, as these lines carry the lowest level signals in the aircraft. 2.4.3 Cabling and Wiring All wire shall be selected in accordance with the original aircraft manufacturer's Maintenance Instructions or AC43.13-1B Change 1, Paragraphs 11-76 through 11-78. Unshielded wire types shall qualify to MILW-22759 as specified in AC43.13-1B Change 1, Paragraphs 11-85, 11-86, and listed in Table 11-11. For shielded wire applications, use Tefzel MIL-C-27500 shielded wire with solder sleeves (for shield terminations) to make the most compact and easily terminated interconnect. Follow the connector map in Section 2.6 as required. Allow 3" from the end of the shielded wiring to the shield termination to allow the connector hood to be easily installed. Reference the interconnect drawing in Section 2.6 for shield termination details. Note that the hood is a "clamshell" hood, and is installed after the wiring is complete. Aircraft harnessing shall permit the unit to be removed from the panel for easy access to all side adjustments. Do NOT mount the unit until all adjustments have been performed. Maintain wire segregation and route wiring in accordance with the original aircraft manufacturers Maintenance Instructions. Unless otherwise noted, all wiring shall be a minimum of 22 AWG, except power and ground lines, which shall be a minimum of 20 AWG. Reference the Interconnect drawing for additional specifications. Check that the ground connection is clean and well secured, and that it shares no path with any electrically noisy aircraft accessories such as blowers, turn and bank instruments or similar loads. Power to this unit must be supplied from a separate circuit breaker or fuse (fast blow), and not attached to any other circuit breaker without additional protection. Verify that the selected circuit breaker size and wire gauge are adequate for the installation using the techniques specified in AC43.13-1B Change 1, Paragraphs 11-47 through 11-51 and 11-66 through 11-69. 2.4.4 Post-Installation Checks 188.8.131.52 Voltage/Resistance Checks Do not attach the MB01-001 until the following conditions are met. Check the following for Transceiver Subassemblies: a) Check P101, pin <10> for continuity to ground (less than 0.5 ). b) Check P102, pin <10> for continuity to ground (less than 0.5 ). c) Check P104, pin <10> for continuity to ground (less than 0.5 ). d) Check P105, pin <10> for continuity to ground (less than 0.5 ). June 12, 2012 Rev: 2.00 Page 2-2 ENG-FORM: 805-0100.DOTX CONFIDENTIAL AND PROPRIETARY TO ANODYNE ELECTRONICS MANUFACTURING CORP. MB01-001 Matching Box SM72 Installation and Operation Manual Check the following for Receiver Subassemblies: a) Check P103, pin <4> for continuity to ground (less than 0.5 ). b) Check P106, pin <4> for continuity to ground (less than 0.5 ). Check the following for Test Subassembly: a) Check P107, pin <1> for continuity to ground (less than 0.5 184.108.40.206 ). Power On Checks Power up the aircraft’s systems and confirm normal operation of all functions of the MB01-001. Refer to Section 3 (Operation) for specific operational details. a) Check preset adjustments are completed before aircraft departure. Upon satisfactory completion of all performance checks, make all required log book entries, electrical load, weight and balance amendments and other documentation as required by your local regulatory agency before releasing the aircraft for service. 2.5 Adjustments and Connections The unit is shipped from the factory with all internal adjustments set to the normal test levels. Once installed in the aircraft, it may be desirable to change some of these settings to best suit the local operating environment. The internal adjustments are located through the top cover. See Figure 1. Figure 1: Internal Adjustments All microphone, receive and artificial sidetone adjustments are 10-turn trimpots. The dedicated sidetone inputs are not adjustable. June 12, 2012 Rev: 2.00 Page 2-3 ENG-FORM: 805-0100.DOTX CONFIDENTIAL AND PROPRIETARY TO ANODYNE ELECTRONICS MANUFACTURING CORP. MB01-001 Matching Box SM72 Installation and Operation Manual 2.6 Installation Drawings DOCUMENT MB01-001 MB01\001\922-0 REV. DESCRIPTION TYPE 1.00 Matching Box MB01-1 MB01-1\403-0 MB01-1\405-0 1.00 1.00 Transceiver Subassembly Transceiver Subassembly Interconnect Connector Map MB01-2 MB01-2\403-0 MB01-2\405-0 1.00 1.00 Receiver Subassembly Receiver Subassembly Interconnect Connector Map MB01-3 MB01-3\405-0 1.00 Test Subassembly Connector Map Mechanical Installation Section 2.0 ends following above documents June 12, 2012 Rev: 2.00 Page 2-4 ENG-FORM: 805-0100.DOTX CONFIDENTIAL AND PROPRIETARY TO ANODYNE ELECTRONICS MANUFACTURING CORP. MB01-001 Matching Box SM72 Installation and Operation Manual Section 3.0 Operation 3.1 Introduction Information in this section consists of functional and operational procedures for the MB01-001 Matching Box. 3.2 General Information The MB01-001 is a remote mounted audio level matching unit for 8 transceivers and 10 receivers. It provides 8 floating key signals and is capable of providing unamplified artificial sidetone. The unit also provides a diode OR’ed DF Mute signal when any of the transceivers are keyed. 3.3 Controls and Indicators The MB01-001 has no normal user operational aspects. During installation, or if the unit has been exchanged, it may be a requirement to change internal adjustments. This should be done ONLY BY FULLY QUALIFIED PERSONNEL. End of Section 3.0 June 12, 2012 Rev: 2.00 Page 3-1 ENG-FORM: 806-0100.DOTX CONFIDENTIAL AND PROPRIETARY TO ANODYNE ELECTRONICS MANUFACTURING CORP.
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