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KMA 2O/KR 21

ISOLA T/ON AMPLIFIER

MANUAL NUMBER 006-05030-0003


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MARKER BEACON RECEIVER/
ISOLATION AMPLIFIER

TABLEOFCONTENTS
SECTION
I GENERAL
INFORMATION
Page

Paragraph
1. 1
1.2
1. 3

l-l
1-2
l-6

Introduction
Technical Characteristics
Accessories
Required

SECTION
II INSTALLATION
2.1
2.2
2.3
2.4

2.5
2.6

2-l
2-l
2-1

General
Unpacking and Inspecting Equipment
Installation
Notes and Precautions
Installation
Procedure
Marker Antenna Installation
KA 40 Installation
(Optional)

2-2
2-2
2-3

SECTION
Ill OPERATION
3.1

3.2

3-l

Marker Beacon (KMA 20 and KR 21)


Isolation Amplifier
(KMA 20)

3-2

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2-3
2-4
2-5
2-6
2-7
2-6

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2-5
2-6
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2-B
2-Q
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Drawing
KR 21 Installation
Drawing
KA 40 Installation
Drawing
KMA 20 Interconnect Diagram
KR 21 Interconnect Diagram (27.5VDC)
KR 21 Interconnect Diagram (13. 75VDC)
KA 40 Interconnect Diagram
Pin Function for 066-1024-00 thru -16

KMA 2O/KR 21
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ISOLATION AMPLIFIER

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0 B / 11 Information
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KMA 20/KR 21
MARKER BEACON RECEIVER/

ISOLATION AMPLIFIER

HISTORY
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2, June,

1976

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MARKER BEACON RECEIVER/


ISOLATION AMPLIFIER

SECTION
I
GENERAL
INFORMATION
1.1 INTRODUCTION
The King KMA 20
beacon receiver,
to harmonize
with
TSO certification
conditions.

is a compact transistorized
unit providing the functions of marker
isolation
amplifier
and audio control panel.
The unit has been styled
the all new generation
of Silver Crown panel mounted equipment.
of the KMA 20 assures operation under varying environmental

The KMA 20 is designed to provide a uniformly


functioning
aircraft
radio system when
utilized with other units of the new Silver Crown line.
Although the equipment is designed
primarily
for use with the KX 170 NAV/COMM
unit, it will also perform effeciently
with
older Silver Crown transceivers
and radios.
Significant new features of the KMA 20 design include its AUTO switch feature:
semiconcealed marker light presentation
and its ability to control COMM and NAV audio
Automatic
dimming circuitry
for the marker lamps, to compensate for
independently.
ambient cockpit lighting,
is also incorporated
in the design.
Within the KMA 20, the marker beacon receiver
comprises
one section of the unit.
The marker receiver
of the KMA 20, available without the isolation
amplifier
and audio
panel is the KR 21. The receiver
is a crystal controlled
superheterodyne
receiver
and
has excellent
selectivity
and freedom from interference
of television
and FM stations.
Operating controls for the marker receiver
consists of two toggle switches on the KMA
20: a HI-LO sensitivity
and lamp test control and an audio selector switch.
The KR 21
has only the HI-LO sensitivity
and lamp test control.
A three iight presentation
is de
signed into the front panel of the unit with colored lenses to indicate passage over the
markers.
Besides the colors,
the stations are identified
by the letters A-G-M engraved
on the lenses plus the appropriate
frequency audio tone.
Should the aircraft
user desire
a remote location for the marker lights, King Radio Corporation
manufacturers
an
optional remote light assembly designated the KA 40 for use with the KMA 20 only.
The isolation
amplifier
of the KMA 20 makes possible the combining of all receiver
audio inputs into a single cockpit speaker with 40db of isolation between each radio. The
input power levels of the signals are amplified
to the level necessary to drive a 4 ohm
speaker.
An electronic
muting circuit
(diode switch) is provided to automatically
isolate
the output of all receivers
from the isolation amplifier
whenever the microphone
button

Rev. 1, August,

1972

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KMA 20 FKR 21
MARKER BEACON RECEIVER/
ISOLATION AMPLIFIER

This feature
is pressed.
amplifier
design utilizes
high reliability.

eliminates
the possiblity
of audio feedback
only one integrated
circuit and a push-pull

in the cockpit.
The
output stage for

Audio control functions of the Silver Crown radio system are performed
at the front
panel of the KMA 20. A microphone
selector rotary switch, a series of eight audio
selector switches and a marker beacon receiver
sensitivity
control are the operating
The microphone
selector routes audio and keying information
to
controls of the unit.
the selected transceiver
or to a EXT ramp hail speaker or passenger address system.
The AUTO switch control of the standard model is utilized
in conjunction
with the microphone selector switch.
For normal operation of the AUTO switch, COMM 1 and COMM
2 are placed in the center (off) position.
With the AUTO switch in the SPEAKER position,
the receiver
audio selected is automatically
controlled
by the operation of the microThus if transmitting
on COMM 1, receiver
audio for COMM 1 will be
phone selector.
This feature eliminates
the constant manipulation
of
routed to the cockpit speaker.
COMM receiver
audio selectors
when switching back and forth between transmitters.
Speaker, off or mute, and headphone audio control of each of the aircraft
radios is
accomplished
with the remaining
three-position
toggle switches.
A series type solid state regulator
is used to supply the regulated voltage- to the marker
Since each aircraft
installation
is wired for either
receiver
and audio boards of the unit.
13. 75 or 27. 5V operation of the unit, the KMA 20 and KR 21 are completely
interchangeable between aircraft
with no internal wiring changes.

1.2 TECHNICALCHARACTERISTICS
MARKER

BEACON

RECEIVER

- KMA 2O/KR 21

SPECIFICATION

CHARACTERISTIC

TSO COMPLIANCE:

TSO C35c Env.

CONTROL:

Panel mounted equipment.


Sensitivity
and
audio selector controls on the front panel of
the unit.

DUTY

Continuous.

INPUT

CYCLE:
IMPEDANCE:

OUTPUT:

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Designed

Category

to match

DACAAAX.

50 ohm antenna.

Capable of 10 milliwatts
into Isolation Amplifier input of 5OOst Capable of 6. 25 watts at
the 40 speaker output.

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1969

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KMA 20/KR 21
MARKER BEACON RECEIVER/
ISOLATION AMPLIFIER
SPECIFICATION

CHARACTERISTIC

OUTPUT:

Factory
amplifier

adjusted
input.

DE SIGN:

All solid

state.

FREQUENCY:

Crystal-controlled

(Cant)

SENSITIVITY:

LOW:

High :

No moving

parts.

at 75MHz.

2, OOOpv hard for lamp threshold


50Opv hard for lamp threshold

6db at flOKHz
60db at 575KHz

SELECTIVITY:

to 1. OVRMS at the isolation

Min.
Max.

Less than 6db variation


in audio output level
when the rf level is varied from lamp threshold to 200, OOO/JV.

AGC CHARACTERISTICS:

ISOLATION

AMPLIFIER

- KMA 20

TSO COMPLIANCE:

TSO C50b Env.

Category

DACAAAX.

CONTROL:

Panel mounted equipment.


All operating
controls are on the front panel of the unit.

DUTY CYCLE:

Conti:luous.

INPUTS:

Standard model accomodates two transceivers


and four external receivers.
International
model accomodates three transceivers
and
four external receivers.

INPUT

IMPEDANCE:

500 ohms.

INPUT

ISOLATION:

40db between

input channels.

INPUT

SELECTOR

Each isolated
terminations:

audio input has three independen


SPEAKER, OFF or PHONE.

INPUT

MUTING :

Rev. 2, June,

1976

SWITCHES:

Audio Muting is 40db or better


mitter is keyed.

when a trans-

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KING
KMA 2O/KR 21
MARKER BEACON RECEIVER/
ISOLATION AMPLIFIER

SPECIFICATION

CHARACTERISTIC

SPEAKER

4 ohm output:
Rated power output is 6.25 watts at the 4 ohms
With a supply voltage of
speaker output.
27.5vdc,
output power capability
increases
to 8 watts.

OUTPUT:

8 ohm output :
Rated power output is 6. 25 watts at the 8 ohm
With a supply voltage at 27.5
speaker output.
vdc, output power capability
increases to
8 watts.
DISTORTION

Less than 10% at rated

FREQUENCY

RESPONSE:

Within

6db from

output.

350Hz to 3000Hz.

KMA 20 GENERAL
POWER REQUIREMENTS:
Instrument
panel lighting:
KMA 20 idle current :
KMA 20 operating current:
PHYSICAL

DIMENSIONS:

13.75v
300ma
1. 1 amps
Length:
Width:
Height:

27. 5V
150ma
1. 1 amps
6. 293 inches
6. 2 inches.
1. 6 inches.

behind

instrument

panel.

2. 3 lbs.

WEIGHT:

KR 21 GENERAL
POWER REQUIREMENTS:
Idle Current:
Operating

Current:

Panel Lighting:

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170ma
120ma
300ma
250ma
None

at
at
at
at

13.75V
27. 5V
13. 25V
27. 5 V

Rev.

1, Augvst,

1972

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KMA 20/KR 21
MARKER BEACON RECEIVER/
ISOLATION AMPLIFIBR

SPECIFICATION

CHARACTERISTIC

PHYSICAL

Length:
Width:
Height:

DIMENSIONS:

5.667 inches
3. 20 inches
1.050 inches

0. 562 lbs.

WE IGH T :

KA 40 GENERAL
POWER REQUIREMENTS:

Marker lamp power furnished by KMA 20


0. 125 amp while the lamp is operating.

PHYSICAL

Length:
Width:
Height:

WEIGHT:

DIMENSIONS:

2.5 inches (including


3.2 inches
1.05 inches

connector)

0. 25 lbs.

November,

1969

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KMA 20/KR 21
MARKER BEACON RECEIVER/
ISOLATION AMPLIFIER

1.3 UNITS/ACCESSORIESREUUIRED
A.

Unit:

E2:0

KPN 066-1024-Xx
KPN 066-1021-01

B.

KMA 20 Installation
Kit:
KR 21 6 KA 40 Installation

(See Figure

2-8)

KPN 050-1167-00
Kit:
030-2016-00

Connector

and

089-6163-05 (4) screws


Both are included
Installation
QUANTITY
:

1
1
:
$
2

2
2

Kit

050-1167-00

consists

with

unit.

of the following:

DESCRIPTION

KING PART NO.

Solder Lug (Dual)


Cable Half Clamp
32 Pin Connector
Amphenol 26-190-32
Mounting Plate Cover
Mounting Plate Connector
#4 Esna Nut
Flathead
4-40 x 5116 Screw
Pan Head 4-40 x I/4 Screw
Pan Head 6-32 x I/4 Screw
Pan Head 4-40 x 5/16 Screw
Flat Washer

008-0041-00

030-1019-00
030-2061-01
047-1760-00
047-1762-01
089-2188-22
089-5523-05
089-5903-04
089-5907-04
089-5903-05
089-8025-30

Accessories:
KA 40 Remote Lamp Assembly

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( 071-0003-00)

Rev. 2, June,

1976

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KMA20 7 KR21
MARKER
BEACON RECEIVER/
ISOLATION
AMPLIFIER

SECTION
II
INSTALLATION
2.1 GENERAL
Installations
of the KMA 20, KR 21 and KA 40 will differ according
to the number of receivers
installed,
equipment
location and other factors.
The cable harness 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 INSPECTINGEQUIPMENT
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 the 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 INSTALLATION
NOTESAND PRECAUTIONS
-WARNINGSee Figure 2-8A & B before
proceeding
with cable assembly.
The KMA 20 will conform to the needs of the customer,
installing
agency and existing
conditions
as to unit location and type of installation.
Customer
options will determine
the exact wiring
details to be utilized
in the installation.
However,
the following
suggestions
should be considered
before proceeding
with the actual installation.
Close adherence
to these suggestions
will assure
a more satisfactory
performance
from the equipment.

(1)

Placement.
Select the equipment
location.
The KMA 20 may be rigid mounted in any
location which will accomodate
the necessary
front panel space requirements
and the depth
required
behind the aircraft
instrument
panel.
Since the unit is shorter than the other
When the equipment
cover
radios,
it is normally
mounted at the top of a vertical
stack.
(mounting
tray) is installed,
a front-operating
hold down screw allows easy installation
and
removal
of the unit from the aircraft
mounting tray.
If possible
leave enough space on the
sides of the unit face panel to allow grasping
the unit during removal.
The above applies
to the KR 21 and KA 40 and additionally
they may be mounted either vertically
or horizontally
by changing the marker lenses.

(2)

When shipped, the protective


cover and connector
mounting plate on the rear
Cable Routing.
of the equipment
cover are assembled
for the cable to emerge from the right side of the unit.
If it is desired that the cable emerge from the left side of the unit, the connector
mounting
The only precaution
to take is that Pin 1 of the unit connector
mate
plate may be reversed.
with Pin 1 of the harness connector
when the unit is installed.

(3)

On all receivers
which have separate audio grounds,
it is recommended
System Grounding.
that these grounds be carried
to a solder lug on the connector
mounting plate of the KMA 20.
All audio grounds should be terminated
here to minimize
the possibility
of ground current
It is also suggested that the grounding
noises being introduced
into the audio system.
connections
from the speaker or speakers be made at the KMA 20 ground terminals.

Rev.

1, August,

1972

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KMA?!?/?R
21
MARKER BEACON RECEIVER
ISOLATION
AMPLIFIER

(4)

Since the internal


wiring of all KMA 20 units is the same, wiring for
Supply Voltage.
Wiring information
is shown in the installation
different
dc supply voltages is not necessary.
This is also the case in the KR 21.
wiring diagrams.

(5)

Ramp Hailer.
(-00 /07 Versions)
The location and installation
procedure
for the optional
or alternately
a PA (passenger
address)
system,
will be developed
Ramp hail speaker,
When installation
information
from the airframe
manufacturer
by the installing
agency.
is available,
it should be utilized.
A speaker having a power capability
of at least 8 to 10
If a ramp hail or PA speaker is not utilized,
watts and an impedance
of 8 ohms is required.
the EXT speaker output must be terminated
with a load resistor.
This is accomplished
by
terminating
an internal
resistive

KMA 20's previous


to S/N 11233 had
Pin 9 with an external
8 ohm resistive
load.
However,care
must be made to make certain
which
resistor
available
at Pin 8.
load configuration
is in the KMA 20 to be installed.

(6)

P. A. (-09 / 10 / 11 Versions)
The -09 / 10 / 11 Versions
of the KMA 20 have an extra 4 ohm
audio output which is selected by the mic-selector
switch can be used for passenger
The 09/10 /ll versions
have both EXT (Ramp Hailer)
and P. A. passenger
address
system.
address capability.

(7)

Nearly all current


and recent transceivers
Transceiver
Speaker Output Terminations.
have a 4 ohm output connection
from the amplifier-modulator
to feed a cockpit speaker
directly
when an isolation
amplifier
is not used.
Since the audio inputs to the KMA 20 use the
500 ohm headphone output connection,
the 4 ohm output of such amplifiers
is not loaded.
To
eliminate
this undesireable
condition,
two3 ohm resistors
are provided
in the KMA 20 to
perform
this loading function.

2.4 INSTALLATION
PROCEDURES
(4

Study the installation

lb)

After the location is determined,


make the panel cutout using the dimensions
in Figure 2-l (KMA 20) or Figure 2-2 (KR 21) or Figure 2-3 (KA40).

(c)

Refer to Figure 2 -1 (KMA 20) or Figure 2-2 (KR 2 1) or Figure 2-3 (KA 40) for the
Mark, punch and drill the holes in the aircraft
panel
four mounting hole locations.
mounting bracket.

(4

Secure the equipment


(KMA 20 only).

(e)

Fabricate
the external
note of the preceeding
Mount

to allow

cover

adequate

(mounting

space for installation

rack)

to the instrument

cable in accordance
with the installation
installation
precautions.

the KR 21 in the panel

and connect

the wiring

of the connector

panel

and cable.
shown

mounting

wiring

diagram

taking

harness.

-CAUTIONDo not overtighten


screw.

the locking

25 MARKERANTENNAINSTALIATICN
Any standard type Marker
Beacon Receiver
Antenna meeting TSO requirements
may be used with
due to the ossible variations
and sensitivities
of the antennas,
the KMA 20 or KR 21. However,
it is suggested that a flight check be made a w er installation
to determine
if the sensitivity
setting
Page 2-2

Rev.

2, June,

1976

KlNG

KMA 20/KR 21
MARKER
BEACON RECEIVER/
ISOLATION
AMPLIFIER
in the receiver
should be changed to compensate
for the sensitivity
of the antenna.
mended that coaxial cable RG-58 /U be used for connecting
the antenna to the Km
Marker Receiver
Antenna terminals.

it is recom20 or KR 2 1

2.6 KA 40 INSTALLATION
(OPTION)
consult the outline and dimension
drawing,
If the King KA 40 Remote Light Adapter is utilized,
Wiring information
for the KA 40 is
Figure 2-3 for attaching
the unit to the instrument
panel.
contained
in the installation
wiring
diagram
of the KMA 20.

Rev.

1, August,

1972

Page 2-3

KING
KMA 20/KR 21
MARKER
BEACON RECEIVER
ISOLATION
AMPLIFIER

FIGURE

Page

2-4

2-l

KMA 20
(DWG. NO.

INSTALLATION
155-5051-00)

DRAWING

Rev.

1, August,

1972

KlNG

KMA 20/KR 21
MARKER
BEACON
RECEIVER/
ISOLATION
AMPLIFIER

(15.062)

(0.475)
o.E71

t-----

5.q3o------l

NOTES:
I ALL DlMENSlONS
IN PARENTHESIS
ARE IN CENTIMETERS
2 WEIGHT 0.562LES.

FIGURE

2 -2

KR 21

(DWG.
Rev.

1, August,

1972

INSTALLATION

NO.

DRAWING

155-5052-00)
Page 2-5

KMA 20/KR 21
MARKER
BEACON
RECEIVER/
ISOLATION
AMPLIFIER

0.187
(0.475)

NOTES;
1. ALL DIMENSIONS IN PARENTHESIS
ARE IN CENTIMETERS.
2. WEIGHT: 0.25 LBS.

FIGURE

Page

2-6

2-3 KA 40 INSTALLATICW
155-5053-00)
(DWG. NO.

DRAWING

Rev.

1, August,

1972

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melo1

7,

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FIGURE

Rev.

2, June,

1976

2-4

KMA 20 INTERCONNECT
(Dwg. No. 155-1088-00,

1111111111111

DIAGRAM
R-8)
Page 2-7

KMA 20/KR 21
MARKER 3EACON RECEIVER/
ISOLATION AMPLIFIER
:-

Jlol

KR 21

PI01
A

NC

NC

cm

4 27.5 V DC
NC
4 POWER AND AUDIO GROUND

K K

Er

Jk

II

Hv
I

FIGURE

2- 5

IJlol

* 5OOfA

AUDIO OUTPUT TO ISOLATION AMFL.

NC
-RG-58/U

COAX FROM STANDARD

MARKER BEACON RECEIVER ANTENNA

KR 21 IIZTERCONNECT
(696-1801-01)

DIAGRAM

(27.5V)

PI0
I

KR 21

NC

NC

N.C.

POWER AND AUDIO GROUND

5OOfi

RG-58/U

l-i

H
c

MARKER BEACON RECEIVER ANTENNA

13.75 V DC

AUDIO OUTPUT TO ISOLATKIN AMPL.

COAX FROM STANDARD

FIGURE

Rev.

2, June,

1976

2-6

KR 21 INTERCONNECT
DIAGRAM
(DWG. NO. 696 - 180 l-00)

(13.75V)

Page 2-g

KMA

20/KR

21

MARKER BEACON RECEIVER


ISOLATION AMPLIFIER

KMA 20
PART OF P201

WOI

J401
-

19

21

20

KA 40

E
F
H
J
K
i

FIGURE

Page

2-10

2-7

KA 40 INTERCONNECT
(DWG. NO. 696-1802-00)

DIAGRAM

Rev.

2,

June,

1976

KJ4A 20/KR 21
MARKER BEACON RECEIVER/
ISOLATION APIPLIFIER

VERSION

::
12
13

A/C Ground
Inst. Light Ground
Inst. Light Oinmier (13.75VDC)
A/C Power
Non-Switching
500 ohm InpUt
Speaker Output (Comm 1)
Speaker Output (Cmn 2)
Speaker Load Cormnon (Conm~1 and 2)
Ramp Hailer 8 ohm
A/C Speaker 4 ohm
Mic Audio In
HF Mic Audio
HF (Radio Tel) 500 ohm Input

14
15
16
17
18
19

Cmn 1 Audio
Cm 2 Audio
Nav 1 Audio
Marker Ant
Marker Ant. Ground
Wht. Light Out

20

Blue Light

21

Amber Light

22
23
24

4 ohm PA Speaker
Mic Key In
HF Mic Key
Comn 1 Mic Key
Comn 2 Mic Key
Cm 1 Mic Audio
Comn 2 Mic Audio
Nav 2 Audio
ADF Audio
DME Audio

:
3
4
5
6
7
8
9

27

32

Out
Out

Headphone Out

-00 through -16


-00 through -16
-00 through -16
-00 through -16
-00 through -16
-00 through -16
-00 through -16
-00 through -16
-00 through -16
-00 through -16
-00 through -16
-00 through -16
No Conn. for versions
-00, -03. -06,
-08, -09, -13.-14, -15 and-16.
HF Audio In for versions
-01. -02, -04,
-05, -07, -10, a.11.
Radio Tel Audio in for version
-12
-00 through -16
-00 through -16
-00 through -16
-00 through -16
-00 through -16
-00 through -15
Marker Beacon Rcvr Audio In for versior
-16
-00 through -15
No corm. for version
-16
-00 through -15
No corm. for version
-16
-00 through -16
-00 through -16
-00 through -16
-00 through -16
-00 through -16
-00 through -16
-0G through -16
-00 through -16
-00 through -16
DME Audio for versions
-00. -01, -03,
-04. -06, -07, -12. -13. -15 and -16
ADF 62 Audio for versions
-02, -05, -11
and -14.
No corm. for verslons
-08. -09 and -10
-00 through -16

FIGURE 2-8 PIN FUNCTIONS FOR 066-1024-00


Rev. 2, June,

1976

THRU -16
Page 2-11

KMAER 7
21
MARKER BEACON RECEIVER/
TSOLATION AMPLIFIER

SECTIONIII
OPERATION
3.1 MARKERBEACON(KMA 20 PY!JKR21)
Marker beacon receivers
are used to provide accurate fixes by informing
the pilot of his
passage over beacon stations located on airways and ILS approach courses.
Three types
of beacons are used. They are the inner marker,
the outer marker and the middle
marker.
The outer, middle and inner markers are used in conjunction
with the radio instrument
landing systems.
The outer marker is normally
positioned
on the front localizer
course
near the point where the glideslope approach path intersects
the minimum inbound altitude
after the procedure
turn.
Distance from the airport will vary from 4 to 7 miles,
Radio
frequency from the marker is projected vertically
in an elliptical
cone shaped pattern.
The marker signal is modulated at 400Hz and is keyed to emit dashes at a rate of two
per second.
When passing the outer marker
and the pilot will hear a series

the blue light will flash


of low tone dashes.

on/off

at a two per second rate

The middle marker is normally


located on the front localizer
course about 3200 feet
from the approach end of the ILS runway.
The radiated pattern is similar
in shape and
power to the outer marker.
The middle marker signal is modulated with 1300Hz and the
modulation
is keyed to identify by alternate dots and dashes.
When the KMA 20 (KR 21)
equipped aircraft
passes the middle marker the pilot hears a medium pitched tone in a
series of dots and dashes and the amber light flashes synchronously
with the tones.
The inner marker is located close to the end of the runway.
The beacon transmitter
and
antenna are designed to project a cone shaped pattern of 75MHz energy, vertically.
The
radio frequency output of the transmitter
is modulated with an audio tone of 3000Hz.
An
aircraft
equipped with the KMA 20 (KR 21) will receive a 3000Hz tone in headphone or
speaker and the white lamp will be lighted while over the station.
The inner marker is
used to indicate a point approximately
1500 ft. from the runway and if on proper glide
path the altitude above the runway should be approximately
100 feet,
The marker beacon function in the KMA 20 provides the pilot with audio switching control
and the Hi-Lo Switch in the KR 21 and KMA 20 provide sensitivity
switching control.
Many marker receivers
provide only a low sensitivity
position.
The effect of the high
sensitivity
position is to greatly enlarge the size of the cone shaped area of indication
An aircraft
flying at high altitude or slightly off course may fail to
above the station.
receive the signal when in the low sensitivity
postion.
It is suggested that the KMA 20

Rev.

1, August,

1972

Page 3-l

KI

KMA20 7 KR21
MARKER
BEACON RECEIVER/
ISOLATION
AMPLIFIER

marker
sensitivity
switch first be placed in high sensitivity
position
until aural and/or lamp
indication
is received.
The control
switch may be turned to low sensitivity
to reduce the duration
of the indication
and to obtain a more accurate
reading of passage since the signal appears to
build and fade faster on low sensitivity.
The marker audio may now be turned off to obtain the
exact time of center passage from the light only, since the imminence
of station passage has
already been indicated.
This suggestion
is especially
appropriate
if he is involved
in radio
communication
with approach control
or tower at that moment.
The high sensitivity
position
may be used to effectively
give the pilot an advance indication
that he
is approaching
the outer marker.
In order to expidite
the ILS approach the pilot may wish to
retain higher speed until he is nearby the outer marker
inbound..
With the KMA 20 (KR 21) marker
in high sensitivity
position
the aural tone will begin about one mile from the outer marker.
At
this time, the pilot may switch the KMA 20 (KR 21) marker to low sensitivity
and reduce engine
power for final approach speed, also retrim
and perform
cockpit checks.
He is then prepared
to
begin descent when the marker indicates
actual passage over the outer marker and the glideslope
is intercepted.

3.2 ISOLATIONAMPLIFIER(KMA 20)


Both transmitting
and audio distribution
functions
of the Silver Crown radio system are controlled
at- the front panel of the KMA 20. Basically
the functional
controls
consist of a microphone
selector
switch and receiver
audio selector
switches.
The microphone
selector
switch performs
two tasks.
It routes microphone
keying and audio
information
to the appropriate
destination
and secondly,
it switches the output of the isolation
amplifier
to one of two speakers.
In the COMM 1 or COMM 2 positions,
microphone
information
is rounted to the appropriate
transmitter.
In the HF position
of the International
model, this
information
is routed to the high frequency
transmitter.
Likewise,
when the TEL. positibn
is selected,
the keying and mic audio
positions
the isolation
amplifier

is

routed
output

to KT 96 King phone
is fed to the cockpit

in the -12
speaker.

version.

In these

three

The EXT position


on 00 /07 provides
the pilot with several capabilities
depending on the option made
In the EXT position,
the output of the amplifier
is normally
connected to a ramp
at installation.
Should one of the receivers
be selecthail speaker or alternately
to a passenger
address system.
ed in this mode, the audio will be heard in the EXT speaker until the microphone
is keyed.
When
the microphone
is keyed, the receiver
audio is muted and the microphone
output is fed to the EXT
speaker output.
The EXT position
on 09 /ll provides
the pilot with a ramp
put is provided
for use as a passenger
address system.

hail

function.

And an added 4 ohm out-

A series of toggle switches


control the audio inputs to the isolation
amplifier.
Each of these controls can be switched from the center
off position to connect each receivers
audio tot he input of
the isolation
amplifier
which then routes the audio to the speaker output in the up position or to
In the PHONE position,
receiver
audio completely
external
headphones
in the down position.
bypasses the amplifier
and the KMA 20 performs
only a bypass switching
function.
Since individual
control of the receivers
is provided,
the pilot may listen to one receiver
with the speaker while the
One non-switched
audio input has been
co-pilot
could monitor
another receiver
utilizing
headphones.
provided
which can be used for audio signals that are not to be switched,
as Radar Altimeter
Audio
and the ring signal from the King KT 96 King Phone.

Page 3-2

Rev.

2, June,

1976

KlNO

KM.A 20 /KR2 1
MARKER
BEACON RECEIVER/
ISOUTION
AMPLIFIER

TABLEOFCONTENTS
SECTION
IV THEORY
OFOPERATIONS
Page

Paragraph
4. 1
4. 1. 1
4. 1.2
4.1.3
4. 1.4
4. 1.5
4. 1.6
4.2
4.2.1
4.2.2
4.2.3
4.2.4

General
RF Section
AGC Circuit
Audio Circuit
Lamp Filters
and Amplifiers
Lamp Dimmer
Lamp Test
General
Audio Switching
Circuit
Microphone
Selector and Audio
Audio Amplifier
Audio Output

4-l
4-l
4-1
4-2
4-2
4-2
4-2
4-2
4-3
4-3
4-3
4-3

Muting

SECTION
V ILLUSTRATED
PARTSLIST
Page

Item
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.

KMA 20 Final Assembly


KMA 20 Audio Amplifier
KMA 20 /KR 2 1 Marker
KR 21 Final Assembly
KA 40 Final Assembly

P. C. Board Assembly
P. C. Board Assembly

5-l
5-15
5-18
5-24
5-31

SECTION
VI MAINTENANCE
Page

Paragraph
6. 1
6. 1. 1
6. 1.2
6. 1.3
6. 1.4
6. 1. 5
6.2
6.2. 1
6.2.2
6.2.3

Semiconductor
Maintenance
General
Semiconductor
Test Equipment
Semiconductor
Voltage and Resistance
Measurements
Testing Semiconductors
Replacing
Semiconductors
Alignment
Required
Test Equipment
or its Equivalent
Isolation
Amplifier
(KMA 20)
Marker
Beacon Receiver
(KMA 20 and KR 21)

6-1
6-l
6-l
6-2
6-3
6-4
6-5
6-5
6-5
6-5

LISTOFILLUSTRATIONS
Page

Figure
i

KMA

5-l
5-2
5-3

KMA 20 Final Assembly


KR 21 Final Assembly
KA 40 Final Assembly

IV

~O/KR 21 Photo

5-13A
5-29
5-33

KlNG

KMA 20/KR 21
MARKER BEACON RECEIVER/
1souTI0N
AMPLIFIER

TABLEOFCONTENTS
LISTOFILLUSTRATIONS
Page

Figure
6-l
6-2
6-3

KMA 20 Isolation
Amplifier
Schematic
and Assembly
KMA 20 Marker
Receiver
Schematic
and Assembly
KR 21 Marker Receiver
Schematic and Assembly

ii

6-5
6-9
6-13

The information
in this maintenance
manual does not profess to include all the
details of design, production,
or variations
of the equipment,
or to cover all
the possible
contingencies
which may arise during operation,
installation,
or
maintenance.
Should special problems
arise or further
information
be desired,
please contact the KING Customer
Service Department.

...

111

MARKER
BEACON RECEIVER/
ISOLATION
AMPLIFIER

FIGURE

i KMA

20 AND KR 21
iv

MARKER BEACON RECEIVER/


ISOLATION AMPLIFIER

CONTENTS
SEcmN

Paragraph
4.1
4.1.1
4.1.2

4.1. s
4.1.4
4. 1. 5
4.1.6
4.2
4.2.1
4. a. 2
4.2.3
4.2.4

General
RF Section
AGC Circuit
Audio C frcuit
Lamp Filtera and Amplifierr
Lamp Dimmer
Lamp Teat
General
Audio Switching Circuit
Microphone Selector and Audio Muting
Audio Amplifier
Audio Output

IV

P8ge
4-1
4-l
4-l
r-2
4-2
r-a
4-2
r-2
4-S
4-3
4-3
J-3

ZiK

KMA 20/KR 21
MARKER BEACON RECEIVER/
ISOLATION AMPLIFIER

SECTIONIV
THEORY
OFOPERATIONS
4.1 GENERAL
(KMA 20 ANDKR 21)
This section pertains
Beacon Receiver.
4.1.1

to the detailed

circuit

operation

of the KMA 20 and KR 21 Marker

RF SECTION

The standard 5052 marker antenna is fed into a double tuned rf transformer
rejection
and impedance matching.
The first rf amplifier
(QlOl) is a transistor
whose gain is varied
collector
current.
This property
is used to adjust the sensitivity
prescribed
limits.
A second double tuned stage is followed

by the mixer

for image

by changing the
of the receiver to the

(Q102).

The local oscillator


is a crystal oscillator
which runs at 85.7MHz.
When mixed
the 75MHz signal in the mixer,
the 10. 7MHz I. F. frequency is produced.
A single tuned transformer
I. F. Amplifier
(Q103).
The filter

(FLlOl)

tuned to 10. 7MHz follows

is a ceramic

The second I. F. amplifier


(FL102).

the mixer

with

and feeds into the first

type tuned to lO.?MHz.

is Q104 which is followed

by another

10.7MHz

ceramic

filter

The third I. F. amplifier


(Q105) feeds the I. F. inductor
(T106) which feeds the rf detector.
This filters
off the rf leaving the audio frequency modulation.
4.1.2

AGC CIRCUIT

The audio signal from the detector is fed to the AGC Amp (Q109). R135 and Cl26 in
conjunction
with the base-emitter
junction of QlO9 form a long time constant detector

Rev.

1, August,

1972

to

Page 4-l

KMA 20IKR 21
MARKER BEACON RECEIVER/
ISOLATION AMPLIFIER
to produce a dc voltage proportional
to the signal level from the rf detector.
This voltage
is amplified
and applied to the bases of Q103 and Q104 to provide forward AGC action in
the I. F. strip.
4. 1.3

AUDIO CIRCUIT

The output from the rf detector is fed to QlO8 and Q107 which provides audio output.
This output is fed to the isolation
amplifier
in the KMA 20 and the headphone output in the
KR 2 1. R130 is used to set the level of the audio voltage fed to Q107.
4.1.4

LAMP

FILTERS

AND AMPLIFIER

Since all of the lamp circuits


are the same only one will be discussed.
In the 400Hz
lamp filter and amplifier
(Qlll),
a feedback circuit is incorporated
which is tuned to
This shunt-T filter provides negative feedback at frequencies
above and below
400Hz.
This causes only 400Hz signals to be amplified.
400Hz.
This frequency selective amplifier
feeds a long time constant detector which converts
the audio to dc with a small amount of 400Hz remaining.
The dc portion of this signal
will turn Qll5 on which applies voltage to the blue lamp.
The other two amplifiers
the feedback network.
4. 1.5

LAMP

operate

the same way, the only difference

being the tuning

of

DIMMER

The voltage applied to the lamp is controlled


by Q114 which in turn is controlled
by the
VlO 1, its resistance
is low causing Q 114 to
photocell V 10 1. With normal light striking
be turned on
As the
This increases the lamp voltage and makes the lamp bright.
the light level decreases Q114 is turned off which reduces the lamp voltage.
LAMP

TEST

When test switch


and 115.

SlOlB

4. 1.6

is closed

voltage

is applied

to all three

lamps thru CR113,

114,

4.2 GENERM(KMA20)
This section
Amplifier.

Page 4-2

pertains

to the detailed

circuit

operation

of the KM.A 20 Audio Isolation

Rev. 2 , June,

1976

KMA ZO/KR 21
MARKER
BEACON
RECEIVER/
ISOLATION
AMPLIFIER

AUDIO

4. 2. 1

SWITCHING

CIRCUIT

Each audio input is fed to a single pole-double


throw switch.
The center position
is off,
The
down position
feeds the audio to the headphone
output without going through
the audio amplifier.
The up position
routes the audio to an impedance
matching
network
which maintains
a 5000 input
impedance
on each input regardless
of how many inputs are turned on. One non-switched
50052
input has been provided
to provide
a unswitchable
input for Radar Altimeter
input or the ring
signal from the KT 96 King Phone.
MICROPHONE

4. 2. .2

SELECTOR

AND AUDIO

MUTING

A rotary
switch is used to select the proper
input for the microphone.
In the standard
version
a
switch labeled
AUTO
is incorporated
to allow the COMM audio outputs to track the microphone
The international
version
deletes this function
and replaces
the auto function
with another
inputs.
input for an HF transceiver.
Audio muting is obtained
when the MIC Key input (Pin 23) is grounded.
This forward
biases
CR305 which keys the proper
transceiver
depending
on the position
of the mic
selector
switch.
At the same time CR306 is turned on. This opens diode CR301 and CR307 and connects
the input
to the audio amplifier
to AC ground through the 1K resistor,
R311.
Also,
when Corn 1. Corn 2,
HF, TEL are selected
CR308 is forward
biased,
causing Q301 to turn off which shuts down 1301
output stopping
any possible
feedback
paths.
4. 2. 3

AUDIO

The audio
amplifier.

amplifier
is an integrated
The output is push pull

Some of the
4. 2.4
Two
taps

AMPLIFIER

output
AUDIO

of T202

circuit
(1301).
into T201.

is fed back

R318 is used to set the amplification

into pin 2 of 1301 to minimize

transistors
(Q202, Q203) are push-pull
on the output of the transformer
provide

2, June,

the distortion.

OUT PUT
power output transistors
4 and 8 ohm outputs,

For proper
stability
the output must be terminated
if the ramp hailer
This can be accomplished
by adding externally
a 7. 50 5 watt resistor
the KMA 20.

Rev.

of the

1976

which

drive

T202.

Two

function
is not used.
to 80 EXT output from

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MARKERBEACONRECEIVER/
ISOLATION AMPLIFER

CONTENTS
SECTION
V
ILLUSTRATED
PARTSLIST
Item
::
i:
5.

Page
KMA 20 Final Assembly
KMA 20 Audio Amplifier
P.C. Board Assembly
KMA 20/KR 21 Marker P.C. Board Assembly
KR 21 Final Assembly
KA 40 Final Assembly

:::5
5-18
5-24
5-31

QUANTITY

KING RADIO CORP. PARTS LISTING


SYMBOL

PART NUMBER

066-1024-03
066-1024-04
066-1024-05

066-1024-06

066-1024-07

066-1024-08

066-1024-09

066-1024-10

066-1024-11

066-1024-12

066-1024-13
066-1024-14

066-1024-15

066 -1024-16

DESCRIPTION

KMA 20 Standard Version


(with lamp test)
KMA 20 International
Vereion(with
lamp test)
KMA 20 International
Version
with 2-ADF(no
DME) & Lamp Test Switch, 3
KMA 20 Beechcraft
Versio
(Std. King but without
Marl 3rlights)
KMA 20 Beechcraft
Versiol
(Std. King Intl.
Version
2-ADF/No
DME) & Lamp
Test Switches,
No Marker
Lights
KMA 20 Piper Veraion
(No
DME, l-ADF,
COM l-CON
2 MIC Select Only)
KMA 20 Piper Version
(No
DME, l-ADF,
4Posit.
MIC
Select Switch Only)
KMA 20 Piper Version
(No
DME, l-ADF,
l-HF Switch
& position
MIC Select Switc L
Only)
KMA 20 Piper Version
(No
DME, 2-ADF,
No Auto, 5
Position
MIC Select Switch
Only)
KMA 20 Radio Tele Phone
er
(Std. King Version
W/Auto
and 4 Position
MIC Select
Switch)
KMA 20 Piper Version,
1 / )F
4 Position
MIC Select Switc

-20 Standard
Mi(R

K-1651-A

1976

on

X
X

lSHT2OF6/

Version

Rev. 2, June,

KMA 20 Piper Version,


21 IF
No DME 4 F?xition
MIC
Select Switch
KMA 20 Standard Version
Red Lighting
(with lamp
test)
KMA
Less

-09
=

Page 5-l

-23
=

-27
=

k-J

..,-.

+,.+..

-I

NO

IQ

P-b0

A.--

+
.-.-..

.
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I___

.
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.
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0,
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CODI

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0,
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CODE

3
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CODE

ENOR. APPROVAL

PARTS LIST REVISION HISTORY


AME

FINAL

ASSY. NO.

ASSEMBLY

O-66-102d-03/

16

300-0174-00
EV

CHANQE

SYMBOL

PART NUMBER

DESCRIPTION

Retyped on new Format.


Added 13 Versio
Qty. changed on -12 flavor
from - to I.
Added to B/M.
Flavor
14 added
Added to B/M
Added to B/M
Desc. added to B/M
Added to B/M
Deleted
from B/M
Added to B/ M

088-0180-20
066-1024-14
088-0180-22
066-1024-15
088-0136-00
088-0136-01
016 -1004-00
091-0286-02

KMA 20/KR 21 Maintenance/Overhaul


Rev. 2, June, 1976
089-6218-08
089-6218-04

P/N changed from


Added to B/M
Qty. changed from

031-0050-00
088-0180-23

Changed Assy.
No. from
to 066-1024-03/16,
(adding
Added 16 to Desc.
Added to B/M

088-0733-04

20

Rev.
K-1650

2,

_
June,

3/73

- --_
19/b

I-.-

ISHTwLOF

--

I
I

Manual

073-0087-03
2 on ea. to 1 on ea flav
066-1024-03115
Flavor
16 to BM

- _Page b-11

FIGURE
5-LAKMA
10 FINAL
(DWG. NO.
300-0174-00
Rev.

2, June,

1976

ASSEMBLY

R-46)
Page 5-13A

1118

Pl47

(HARN&SSY2)
A

Q
VERSlOh

007-O//~
(Q20/,
20.2,
WNr/RM

P//9

8.5

D@J

END

ON - ) 3 ONLY

0@7-/858-O/
_ _

8.
A

3209

SELETED

ON 066-/024-O&/-09

vhRs/&VS.

.a

FIGURE
5-1B
KMA 20 FINAL
(DWG.
NO.
300-0174-00
Rev.

2, June,

1976

-00
203)

ASSEMBLY
R46)

Page 5-13B

NAME

ASSY. NO.

200-0151
.-

AUDIO AMP. P.C. ASS'Y.


KING RADIO CORP. PARTS LISTING
I--

SYMBOL

PART NUMBER

DESCRIPTION

-I
l-

l-

309-5083-00

P.C. Bd. Audio

310-0019-92

Term Standoff

(Wht)

391-0102-00

Spacer

12 pin

Tstr

150-0005-10

Tubing,

Teflon

1301

007-0035-00

Tstr,

:R301
:R302
:R303
:R304
:R305
:R306
:R307
:R308
3R309

307-6029-00
307-6023-00
007-6023-00
007-5011-16
007-6021-00
007-6023-00
007-6029-00
007-6033-00
107-501125

Dio,
Dio,
Dio,
Dio,
Dio,
Dio,
Dio,
Dio,
lie,

-301
-302

019-2082-65
019-2082-12

Choke Mld 150uh 5%


Choke Mld luh

1
1

:301
:302
:303
;304
:305
:306
:307
1308
:309
:310
1311
1312
1313
:314
:315
:316
1318
:319
:320
:321

096-1007-00
096-1004-00
113-5471-00
097-0056-33
105-0031-32
105-0031-32
096-1007-00
105-0031-68
113-3121-00
096-1007-00
105-0031-74
097-0056-33
096-1007-00
097-0056-49
105-0031-11
113-3121-00
113-5471-00
113-5471-00
113-5471-00
113-5471-00

Cap,
Cap,
Cap,
Cap,
Cap,
Cap,
Cap,
Cap,
Cap,
Cap,
Cap,
Cap,
Cap,
Cap,
Cap,
Cap,
Cap,
Cap,
Cap,
Cap,

4
1

1 Rev. 3, December,
K-1651

1977

INT
--02
m-

-00
-

Y
*03

.l
1

Sil.

2
3

Sil lN457
Germ lN277
Germ lN277
Zen 9.1V 5%
Rect. Sil
Germ lN277
Sil lN457
Germ lN270
Zen 36V 570

i
1
i
1

Tant 2.2uf 20% 20V


Tant 4.7uf 20% 35V
470pf X5F 10%
Elect 1OOuf 16V
My1 .Oluf 10% 8OV
My1 .Oluf 10% 80V
Tant 2.2uf 20% 20V
My1 .luf
10% 8V
D/C X5F 120pf 5% 500V
Tant 2.2uf 20% 20V
My1 .15uf 10% 8OV
Elect 1OOpf 16V
Tant 2.2uf 20% 20V
Elect 47uf 40V
My1 .0027
10% 8OV
D/C X5F 120pf 5% 500V
470pf X5F 10%
470pf X5F 10%
470pf X5F 10%
470pf X5F 10%

5
2
i
2
i
i
1

Pa;

5-15

NLIMt

ASSY.

NO.

AUDIO AMP. P.C. ASS'Y.

200-0151-0~

KING RADIO CORP. PARTS LISTING

LSYMBOL

PART NUMBER

DESCRIPTION

301

20-3006-00

IC Pwp Amp. CA3020

301
302
303
304
305
306
307
308
309
310
311
312
313
314
315
316
317
318
320
321
322
,324
325
326
,327
,328
329
331
,332

30-0511-23
30-0511-23
.30-0511-23
.30-0511-23
.30-0511-23
.30-0511-23
.30-0511-23
.30-0511-23
.30-0100-23
L30-0101-25
L30-0102-25
130-0472-25
130-0272-25
130-0391-25
130-0101-25
130-0683-25
130-0244-23
133-0016-09
130-0681-23
130-0680-23
132-5008-00
132-5009-00
132-5009-00
130-0472-25
130-0100-25
130-0562-25
130-0511-23
130-0820-25
130-0274-25

Res,
Res,
Res,
Res,
Rest
Res,
Res,
Res,
Res,
Res,
Res,
Res,
Res,
Res,
Res,
Res,
Res,
Res,
Res,
Res,
Res,
Res,
Res,
Res,
Res,
Res,
Res,
Res,
Res,

0
---01

NT

02

03

F/C 510 ohm QW 5%


F/C 510 ohm QW 5%
F/C 510 ohm QW 5%
F/C 510 ohm QW 5%
F/C 510 ohm QW 5%
F/C 510 ohm QW 5%
F/C 510 ohm QW 5%
F/C 510 ohm QW 5%
F/C 10 ohm QW 5%
F/C 100 ohm QW 10%
F/C 1K QW 10%
F/C 4.7K QW 10%
F/C 2.7K QW 10%
F/C 390 ohm QW 10%
F/C 100 ohm QW 10%
F/C 68K QW 10%
F/C 240K QW 5%
Vari 5K .lW 20%
F/C 680 ohm QW 5%
F/C 68 ohm QW 5%
W/W 390 ohm 2W 10%
W/W .47 ohm 2W 10%
W/W .47 ohm 2W 10%
F/C 4.7K QW 10%
F/C 10 ohm QW 10%
F/C 5.6K QW 10%
F/C 510 ohm QW 5%
82 ohm QW 10%
F/C 270K QW 10%

---

IPage
K-1651

5-16

Rev. 3, December,

1977

PARTS LIST REVISION HISTORY


AUDIO AMP. P.C. ASS'Y.
SSY. DWQ.

KMA 20lKR 21 Maintenance/Overhaul


Rev. 1, August,
1972

Manual

KMA 20/KR 21 Maintenance/Overhaul


Rev. 2, June, 1976

Manual

r(MA 20/KR 31 Maintenance/Overhaul


7ev. 3, December, 1977

Manual

.2
13
14
15
16
17

1!3

Rev. 3, December,
K-1650

3/73

1977

Page 5-17

MARKER P.C. ASS'Y.


L

SYMBOL

PART NUMBER

i:::
1115
1116
1117
1118

DESCRIPTION

- QUANTITY
-01
-

109-5082-00
109-5083-00

'.C.
'.C.

112-1002-01
112-1002-02

'ape,Thermosetting
:lect.
Tape (Wht)

.lI
.O

.lO
.O!i

126-0001-00

luss Wire #26

.1

.l

147-1859-00

.ence

188-0066-00

ipacer

191-0121-00

nsulator

150-0004-10

'ubing,

.O'

.05

107-0053-00
107-0036-00
107-0053-00
107-0053-00
107-0036-00
107-0129-00
107-0033-00
107-0033-00
107-0065-00
)07-0129-00
107-0129-00
307-0129-00
007-0026-02
007-0208-00
007-0129-00
007-0129-00
007-0129-00
007-0028-00

'str,
'str,
'str,
'str,
'str,
.str,
'str,
'str,
'str,
'str,
'str,
'str,
istr,
rstr,
rstr,
Tstr,
rstr,
rstr,

!OO-0144-01

101
102
103
104
105
107
108
109
110
111
112
,113

.oo
-

larker REC. Sub-Ass'y


Used on 066-1024-00/02)
larker REC Sub-Ass'y
Used on 066-1024-03/15

!OO-0144-00

Bd
Bd

-02
-

r:

(Xfmr)
Teflon

Sil NPN SE5001


Sil NPN 2N3854A
Sil NPN SE5001
Sil NPN SE5001
Sil NPN 2N3854A
Sil 2N5305
Sil NPN A337
Sil NPN A337
Sil PNP 2N3906
2N5305
2N5305
2N5305
Sil NPN 8340
Sil NPN MJE 800
Sil 2N5305
Sil 2N5305
Sil 2N5305
Sil NPN SE3001

3
3

7
3
1

200-0144-00,

I
KING RADIO CORP. PARTS LISTING

Page 5-18

K-1651

SHT -- 2

OF

I T

Rev. 2, June,

1976

NAME

ASSY. NO.

200-0144-00, /Ol
I I i

MARKER PC ASS'Y
KING RADIO CORP. PARTS LISTING
I

SYMBOL

PART NUMBER

DESCRIPTION

I
NT
,02
-

CR101
CR103
CR104
CR105
CR106
CR107
CR108
CR109
CR110
CR112
CR113
CR114
CR115

)07-6033-00
107-6033-00
107-6033-00
107-6029-00
107-6029-00
307-6029-00
107-6029-00
107-6029-00
107-6029-00
307-6029-00
107-6029-00
307-6029-00
307-6029-00

Dio,
Dio,
Dio,
Dio,
Dio,
Dio,
Dio,
Dio,
Dio,
Dio,
Dio,
Dio,
Dio,

Germ IN270
Germ IN270
Germ IN270
Sil IN457
Sil IN457
Sil IN457
s'il IN457
Sil IN457
Sil IN457
Sil IN457
Sil IN457
Sil IN457
Sil IN457

FL101
FL102

317-0028-00
317-0028-00

Fil
Fil

LlOl
L102
L103
L104

319-2055-24
319-2067-00
319-2067-00
x9-2055-10

Choke,
Choke,
Choke,
Choke,

Tlol
T102
T103
T104
T105
T106

319-3047-00
319-3048-00
319-3048-00
319-3048-00
US-8038-00
319-8038-00

Xfmr,
Xfmr,
Xfmr,
Xfmr,
Xfmr,
Xfmr,

75MHz Ant
75MHz RF
75MHz RF
75MHz RF
10.7MHz IF
10.7MHz IF

CJlOO

D26-0018-00

Circuit

Jumper

YlOl

D44-0045-00

Xtal,

x01
El02
x03
Cl04
2105
El06
El07
Cl08
2109
2110

106-0001-29
113-5102-00
113-5102-00
113-5102-00
106-0001-29
113-5102-00
113-6103-00
113-6103-00
113-6103-00
113-6103-00

Cap,
Cap,
Cap,
Cap,
Cap,
Cap,
Cap,
Cap,
Cap,
Cap,

10.7MH.z Bandpass
10.7MHz Bandpass
RF 4.7uh
MLD 22uh
MLD 22uh
RF 0.33uh

10%

85.7MHz
C/C
D/C
D/C
D/C
C/C
D/C
D/C
D/C
D/C
D/C

0.82pf 5%
X5F .Ooluf
X5F .OOluf
X5F .ooluf
0.82pf 5%
X5F .OOluf
.Oluf 50V
. Oluf 50V
.Oluf 50V
.Oluf 50V

5oov
10%
10%
10%
5OOV
10%

400V
400V
400v
400V

Rev. 2, June,
K-1651

,976

1 SHTLOF61

Page 5-19

ASSY. NO.

NAME

200-01

MARKER PC ASS'Y
KING RADIO CORP. PARTS LISTING

I-

SYMBOL

DESCRIPTION

PART NUMBER

1111
:112
x13
,114
,115
L116
Cl17
Cl22
Cl23
Cl24
Cl25
Cl26
Cl27
Cl28
Cl29
Cl30
Cl31
Cl32
Cl33
Cl34
Cl35
Cl36
Cl37
Cl38
Cl39
Cl40
,c141
Cl42
Cl43
Cl44
Cl45
Cl46
Cl47
Cl48
Cl49

13-6103-00
13-6103-00
13-6103-00
13-6103-00
13-3470-00
05-0031-20
.13-6103-00
196-1030-09
196-1007-00
.13-51 ;l-01
196-1008-00
196-1030-11
196-1030-09
.05;0031-39
113-6103-00
105-0031-39
105-0031-50
105-0031-21
105-0031-21
105-0031-44
105-0031-32
105-0031-09
105-0031-09
396-1008-00
396-1005-00
396-1008-00
396-1007-00
396-1008-00
396-1007-00
113-3270-00
113-5102-00
113-3270-00
113-3180-00
113-5102-00
113-5102-00

Zap, D/C .Oluf 50V


Zap, D/C .Oluf 50V
Eap, D/C .Oluf 50V
Cap, D/C .Oluf 50V
Cap, D/C X5F 47pf 5% 500~
Cap, My1 .0047uf 10% 80V
Cap, D/C .Oluf 50V
Cap, Tant 15uf 20% 20V
Cap, Tant 2.2uf 20% 20V
Cap, D/C X5F 150pf 10% 400V
Cap, Tant O.luf 20% 35V
Cap, Tant 4.7uf 20% 20V
Cap, Tant 15uf 20% 20V
Cap, My1 .015uf 5% 80V
Cap, D/C .Oluf 50V
Cap, My1 .015uf
5% 80V
Cap, My1 .033uf 10% 80V
Cap, My1 .0047uf 5% 80V
Cap, My1 .0047uf 5% 80V
Cap, My1 .022uf 10% 80V
Cap, My1 .Oluf 10% 80V
Cap, My1 .0022uf 5% 80V
Cap, My1 .0022uf 5% 80V
Cap, Tant O.luf 20% 35V
Cap, Tant l.Ouf 20% 35V
Cap, Tant O.luf 20% 35V
Cap, Tant 2.2uf 20% 20V
Cap, Tant O.luf 20% 35V
Cap, Tant 2.2uf 20% 20V
Cap, D/C 27pf 5% 500V N150
Cap, D/C X5F .OOluf 10% 400V
'Cap, D/C N150 27pf 5% 500V
Cap, D/C N150 18pf 5% 500V
~Cap, D/C X5F .OOluf 10% 400V
Cap, D/C X5F .OOluf 10% 400V

RlOl
R103
R104
R105
R106
R107
R108
R109
RllO
Rlll
R112
R113
R114
R115

130-0331-25
130-0682-25
130-0473-25
130-0102-25
130-0101-25
130-0683-25
133-0016-03
130-0390-25
130-0101-25
130-0331-25
130-0683-25
130-0331-25
130-0016-03
130-0390-25

Res, F/C 330 ohm 10% QW


Res, F/C 6.8K 10% QW
Res, F/C 47K 10% QW
Res, F/C 1K 10% QW
Res, F/C 100 ohm 10% QW
Res,F/C 68K 10% QW
Res, Vari 10K
Res, F/C 39 ohm 10% QW
Res, F/C 100 ohm 10% QW
Res, F/C 330 ohm 10% QW
Res, F/C 68K 10% QW
Res, F/C 330 ohm 10% QW
Res, Vari 10K
Res, F/C 39 ohm 10% QW

-(
I
I
I
I
I

al

DO
-

,Ol
B

4
1
4

4
1
4
4

t
2
2
2

2
f

Page 5-7-O
K-1651

SHT-

4 OF - 6

Rev.

2, June,

1976

1
4

NAME

ASSY. NO.

MARKER PC ASS'Y

KING RADIO CORP. PARTS LISTING


SYMBOL

PART NUMBER

?116
7117
?118
u19
2120
R121
R122
R123
R124
R125
R126
R127
R128
R129
R130
R131
R132

30-0101-25
30-0331-25
30-0202-23
30-0471-25
30-0100-25
30-0101-25
.30-0202-23
30-0222-25
.30-0221-25
.30-0471-25
.30-0151-25
.30-0753-23
.30-0473-25
.30-0220-25
.30-0016-02
.30-0104-25
ielected
Value

R133
R134
R135

.30-0473-25
.30-0472-25
.30-0272-25
.30-0122-23
.30-0680-25
.30-0222-25
.30-0153-25
130-0221-25
130-0102-25
136-2801-22
130-0223-25
130-0913-23
136-2673-22
130-0202-23
130-0104-25
136-2371-22
136-2673-22
130-0202-23
130-0153-25
130-0104-25
130-0104-25
130-0202-23
130-0153-25
130-0913-23
136-2211-22
136-2673-22
130-0104-25
130-0333-25
130-0473-25

FKF
R138
R139
R140
R141
R142
R143
R144
R145
R146
R147
R148
R149
R150
R151
R152
R153
R154
R155
R156
R157
R158
R159
R160
R161

A-1 Rev. 2, June,

_-.

K-1651

_..-

1976

200-0144-OO/Ol
I

1
YTITY

DESCRIPTION

les, F/C
tes, F/C
tes, F/C
tes, F/C
les, F/C
tes, F/C
tes, F/C
tes, F/C
tes, F/C
tes, F/C
tes, F/C
tes, F/C
tes, F/C
tes, F/C
{es, Vari
tes, F/C
(es, F/C
loo-220
tes, F/C
tes, F/C
tes, F/C
tes, F/C
?es, F/C
?es, F/C
?es, F/C
Res, F/C
Res, F/C
Res, P/F
Res, F/C
Res, F/C
Res, P/F
Res, F/C
Res, F/C
Res, P/F
Res, P/F
Res, F/C
Res, F/C
Res, F/C
Res, F/C
Res, F/C
Res, F/C
Res, F/C
Res, P/F
Res, P/F
Res, F/C
Res, F/C
Res, F/C

100 ohm 10% QW


330 ohm 10% QW
2.OK 5% QW
470 ohm 10% QW
10 ohm 10% QW
100 ohm 10% QW
2.OK 5% QW
2.2K 10% QW
220 ohm 10% QW
470 ohm 10% QW
150 ohm 10% QW
75K 5% QW
47K 10% QW
22 ohm 10% QW
1K
1OOK 10% QW
(Res. Range
ohm) 10% QW
47K 10% QW
4.7K 10% QW
2.7K 10% QW
1.2K 5% QW
68 ohm 10% QW
2.2K 10% QH
15K 10% QW
220K 10% QW
1K 10% QW
2.8K 1% QW
22K 10% QW
91K 10% QW
267K 1% QW
2.OK 5% QW
1OOK 10% QW
2.37K 1% QW
267K 1% QW
2.OK 5% QW
15K 10% QW
1OOK 10% QW
1OOK 10% QW
2.OK 5% QW
15K 10% QW
91K 5%
2.21K 1% QW
267K 1% QW
1OOK 10% QW
33K 10% QW
47K 10% QW

1 SHTLOF61

>
?
i
1

i
5

1
;
1
1
1
1
i
1
3

Page 5-21

ASSY. NO.

NAME MARKER PC ASS'Y

1
I

200-0144-OO/Ol
QUANTITY

KING RAOIO CORP. PARTS LISTING


SYMBOL

DESCRIPTION

PART NUMBER

162
162
163
163
164
165
166
167
168
168
169
170

30-0103-23
30-0560-35
30-0133-23
30-0103-25
30-0016-02
.30-0016-02
.30-0471-25
.30-0153-25
.30-0220-25
.30-0560-25
.30-0102-25
.30-0102-25

es,
es,
es,
es,
es,
es,
es,
es,
.es,
:es,
:es,
[es,

F/C
F/C
F/C
F/C
Vari
Vari
F/C
F/C
F/C
F/C
F/C
F/C

TlOO
TlOO
TlOl
T102

134-1004-00
134-1009-00
134-1004-00
134-1004-00

'hermistor
'hermistor
'hermistor
'hermistor

10K 5% QW
56 ohm 10% HW
13K 5% QW
10K 10% QW
1K
1K
470 ohm 10% QW
15K ohmlO% QW
22 ohm 10% QW
56 ohm 10%
1K 10% QW
1K 10% QW

1K (-00 only)
500 ohm
1K
1K

---

1 Page 5-22

1 SHT60F61

Rev. 2, June,

1976

ENGR. APPROVAL

PARTS LIST REVISION HISTORY

ASS?

AME

NO.

200-0144-OO/Ol

MARKER PC.ASS'Y
SSY. DWG.

CHANGE

EV

066-1021/1024-00

300-0175-OO/Ol
SYMBOL

DESCRIPTION

PART NUMBER

r(MA 20/KR 21 Maintenance/Overhaul


?ev. 1, August,
1972
Q114
R162
R163
Q114
R163
R169
R144
R156
R162
RTlOO
CR101
CR103
CR104

007-0026-02
130-0560-35
130-0103-25
007-0209-00
130-0133-23
130-0103-23
130-0913-23
130-0913-23
130-0103-23
134-1009-00
007-6033-00
007-6033-00
007-6033-00

deleted
from -01
leleted
from -01
deleted from -01
r\dded to -01
\dded to -01
4dded to -01
Changed from 130-0913-25
Changed from 130-0913-25
Symbol changed from R169
Changed from 134-1004-01
Changed from 007-6023-00
Changed from 007-6023-00
Ihanged from 007-6023-00
3/M's retyped
to new style

B/M

<MA 20/KR 21 Maintenance/Overhaul


iev. 2, June, 1976
I
7ev. 2, June,
K-1650

3/73

1976

I
ISHT -- 1

OF

I
1

Manual

Manual

Page 5-23

KING RADIO CORP. PARTS LISTING


SYMBOL

Page 5-24

K-1651

PART NUMBER

-mm
00
--I

DESCRIPTION

166-1021-00
166-1021-01

I/O Lamp Test


l/Lamp Test

108-0005-01
308-0060-00

lug, Solder
iolder,
Lug,

309-0029-01

.ight,

Hold Down

D12-1002-01

rape,

Thermosetting

016-1004-00
016-1007-04

dakefield
sealant,

025-0018-00
025-0018-09
025-0018-22
025-0018-26
025-0018-28
025-0018-30
025-0018-33
025-0018-34
025-0018-36
025-0018-40
025-0018-45
025-0018-66
025-0018-89
025-0018-99

lire
lire
rlire
lire
dire
dire
dire
dire
rlire
dire
rlire
vlire
Wire
Wire

026-0003-00
026-0011-00

QI
-01

Y
-

02

03
-

04
-

Y
(

Special

Thermal
Loctite

Comp.

#26AWG (Blk)
#26AWG (Blk/Wht)
#26AWG (Red)
#26AWG (Red/Blu)
#26AWG (Red/Gry)
#26AWG (Orn/Blk)
#26AWG (Orn)
#26AWG (Orn/Yel)
#26AWG (Orn/Blu)
#26AWG (Yel/Blk)
#26AWG (Yel/Grn)
#26AWG (Blu)
#26AWG (Gry/Wht)
#26AWG (Wht)

.21

.20

AR
AR

1R
1R

1.1
.7
.2
.5
.5
.6
1.

1.0
.7
.25
.5
.5
.6
1.5

:55 ::
.5
i
.i
1.

FE
.i
1.c

Buss Wire #22AWG


Coax Cable RG 188/U

.l
.5

.l
.5

031-0180-00

Locking

035-0013-00
035-1037-04

Shipping
Shipping

1
1

1
1

047-1780-01
047-1781-05
047-1782-01
047-2414-05

Enclosure
Insert,
Front
Chassis
Insert,
Front

Ring
Bag, Plastic
Carton

I SHTLOFLI

NT

1
Panel
Panel

:
1

i
1

--Rev. 2, June, 1976

NAME

ASSY. NO.

FINAL ASSEMBLY

066-1021-OO/Ol

l-

KING RADIO CORP. PARTS LISTING


SYMBOL

PART NUMBER

DESCRIPTION

I
00
-

157-1199-00
157-1207-00
157-1274-01

lod. Tag
.abel, Patent
:dent, Tag

173-0102-01

'anel,

188-0144-00
188-0145-01
188-0145-02
188-0145-04
188-0145-05
188-0145-07
188-0145-08
188-0181-00

-ens, Half-Toned
-ens, Wht, Horiz
-ens, Wht, Vert
-ens, Blu, Horiz
-ens, Blu, Vert
-ens, Amber, Horiz
-ens, Amber, Vert
iousing,
Marker Lights

189-2140-00
189-5899-04
189-5903-03
189-5903-05
189-6008-04
389-6039-04
189-6163-05
189-6272-00

:SNA Nut #4-40


Scr #2-56 x l/4
Scr #4-40 x 3/16
Scr #4-40 x 5/16
Scr #4-40 x l/4
Scr #2-56 x l/4
Scr #4-40 x 5/16
Scr #O-80 x 3/32

150-0005-10

Teflon

Tubing

200-0144-00
200-0144-01

Marker
Marker

Rec. PC Bd Sub-Ass'y
Ret PC Bd Sub-Ass'y

Q106

307-0112-00

Tstr,

CR102

007-5011-16

Dio,

PlOl

030-2016-00

Conn.

JlOl

030-2018-00

Conn. 9 Pin Male

SlOl
SlOl

031-0071-00
031-0169-00

Switch
Switch

r
1 Rev. 2, June,
1

K-1651

03

14

:
1
1
1
1

PHP
PHP
PHP
FHP
FHP
FHP
PHP

;
i

#20AWG

Zen 9.1V 5%
Female

Toggle
Toggle

(On-On)
(On-On)

z
4
4

i
I

.l

.l

1
;
1

1
(on)

1976

NPN 38851

9 Pin

UT
I-m
32

Front

Sil,

QI
01
-

SHT -- 3 OF

---

Page 5-25

NAME

ASSY. NO.

FINAL ASSEMBLY

066-1021-OO/( 11

KING RADIO CORP. PARTS LISTING

lSYMBOL

PART NUMBER

DESCRIPTION

-01
-

IS101
IS102
DS103

137-0022-00
137-0022-00
,37-0022-00

amp, Tl 5V
amp, Tl 5V
amp, Tl 5V

Cl17
Cl19
Cl20
Cl21
Cl50

.13-3121-00
.13-3121-00
197-0056-49
197-0056-33
197-0056-59

:ap,
,ap,
:ap,
:ap,
:ap,

i
1
1

i
1
1

R124
R168

135-5008-00
130-0082-35

les, W/W 390 ohm 2W


Les, F/C 8.2 ohm HW 10%

VlOl

134-5001-00

'hoto

D/C X5F 120pf 5% 5OOV


D/C X5F 120pf 5% 5OOV
Elect 47uf 40V
Elect 1OOuf 16V
Elect 1Ouf 10% +50% 63V

Cell

1 Page 5-26

SHTLOFL

al

-00
-

NT
02
-

Y
-

-03
-

Rev. 2, June, 1976

1
J

K-1651

ENGR. APPROVAL

PARTS LIST REVISION HISTORY


ME

ASSY. NO.

FINAL ASSEMBLY

SY. DWG.

300-0203-OO/Ol
V

066-1021-OO/Ol

UNIT

CHANGE

SYMBOL

USED ON

KR 21
PART NUMBER

DESCRIPTION

(MA 20/KR 21 Maintenance/Overhaul


iev. 1, August,
1972
089-6039-04
025-0018-33
025-0018-66
025-0018-99

ev. 2, June,
K-1650 3/73

1976

1 SHT-

Manual

Changed from 089-5460-04


Changed length from 1.0' to 1.5' for OO/Ol
Changed length from .4' to 1.0' for OO/Ol
Changed length from .5' to 1.0' for OO/Ol
B/M retyped
to new style
B/M
KMA 20/KR 21 Maintenance/Overhaul
Manual
?ev. 2, June, 1976

lOF-%)

Page 5-27
.--

NOTES
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FRONT FANEL INSERT D47-24~03fU
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TO BE IN PUCE WITH NOMENCLATURE BEINQ h?ZOtJtAL.
I&Emw&&&$JC#p$$&M
HOLD DM?UOOMO26G)
CEMENT pmm, CELL,VIOl INTO PLACE USIN A MINIMM lUlOUNt
a= EASTMANS 9lo ADHEslvE(025401e46~
MICA WASHER,AS SUPPLIED WITH tl?ANSlStDR,OlO6 MUST SE
TRIMMED t0 RECEIVE A PROPER FIT:
USE WMEFIELD tHERMAL coMPUMJ,Ol6-1004-00
WI-I-H MICA WBHER
SUPPLIED WITH tRAWWORm),A3
REOlltO WIJRE 6UOD NAT USSlPAtKX.
sEaJREMwrw
D3lamousnl)
wrni Ol6-lOO7-04 uxKtrrE.
D31-007l-DO USED ON 066iO21-00 VERSKM OK?
031-0166-00 USED ON 066-mk01
VmSlw ONX

FIGURE
5-2 JSR 2 1 FINAL
ASSEMBLY
300 -0203 -00 /O 1 R- 10)
(DWG.
NO.
Rev.

2, June,

1976

Page

5-29

NAME

ASSY. NO.

REMOTE LIGHT ADAPTOR

071-0003-00
I

KING RADIO CORP. PARTS LISTING

l-

SYMBOL

PART NUMBER

DESCRIPTION

.I

00
-

304-0057-00

M!PS

306-0046-00

I nstallation

008-0060-00

S'older

Lug,

009-0029-01

L.ight,

Hold Down

025-0018-00
025-0018-33
025-0018-66
025-0018-99

klire,
klire,
klire,
klire,

#26AWG (Blk)
#26AWG (Orn)
#26AWG (Blu)
#26AWG (Wht)

.3
.3
.3
.3

030-2016-00
030-2018-00

(:onn.
c:onn.

9 Pin Female
9 Pin Male

1
1

035-1013-00

C
.ihipping

037-0022-00

1-amp, Tl,

047-1781-04
047-1970-00

1[nsert,
Front
Elnclosure

057-1280-01

1[dent,

Tag

073-0102-01

F'anel,

Front

088-0144-00
088-0145-01
088-0145-02
088-0145-04
088-0145-05
088-0145-07
088-0145-08
088-0181-00

1-ens, Half-Toned
1-ens (Wht) Horiz
1-ens (Wht) Vert
I-ens (Blu) Horiz
-ens (Blu) Vert
1-ens (Amber) Horiz
I-ens (Amber) Vert
Marker Lights
tiousing

089-5899-04
089-5903-04
089-6039-04
089-6163-05
089-6272-00
089-8003-34

<jcr #2-56 x l/4 PHP


<jcr #4-40 x l/4 PHP
,jcr #2-56 x l/4 PHP
,jcr #4-40 x 5/16 PHP
jcr #O-80 x 3132 PHP
idasher, Splitlock

2
4

150-0042- 10

4shrink

.2

QUANTITY
01
03
-

REF
Manual
Special

Bag, Plastic

REF
1

1
3

5V
Panel

1
1

:
1
1
1
1
1
1

:
:

Tubing

*See Ass'y Drawing


(To be shipped separately)

Rev. 2, June,
K-1651

1976

SHTLOFwL

Page 5-31

ENGR. APPROVAL

PARTS LIST REVISION HISTORY


AME

ASSY. NO.

REMOTE LIGHT ADAPTOR

SSY. DWG.

USED ON

KA 40

300-0204-00
EV

071-0003-00

UNIT

CHANGE

SY YBOL

PART NUMBER

DESCRIPTION

KMA 20/KR 21 Maintenance/Overhaul


Rev. 1, August,
1972
071-0003-00
089-6039-04

B/M Number changed from 070-0003-00


Changed from 089-5460-04
B/M retyped
to new style of B/M
KMA 20/KR 21 Maintenance/Overhaul
Rev. 2, June, 1976

'age 5-32
K-1650

3/73

Manual

SHTmi...mOF 2

Rev. 2, June,

Manual

1976

ia5

KMA 2O/KR 21
MARKER BEACON RECEIVER/
ISOLATION AMPLIFIER

CONTENTS
SECTION
VI
MAINTENANCE
Page

Paragraph
6. 1
6. 1. 1
6. 1.2
6. 1. 3
6. 1.4
6. 1. 5
6.2
6.2. 1
6.2.2
6.2.3

Se,miconduc tor Maintenance


General
Semiconductor
Test Equipment
Semiconductor
Voltage and Resistance Measurements
Testing Semiconductors
Replacing Semiconductors
Alignment
Required Test Equipment or its Equivalent
Isolation Amplifier
(KMA 20)
Marker Beacon Receiver
(KMA 20 and KR 21)

6-l
6-l
6-l
6-2
6-3
6-4
6-5
6-5
6-5
6-5

KlNG

KMA 20/KR 21
MARKER
BEACON RECEIVER
ISOLATION
AMPLIFIER

SECTIONVI
MAINTENANCE
6.1 SEMICONDUCTOR
MAINTENANCE
6. 1. 1

GENERAL

Due to the wide utilization


of transistors
and ICs (semiconductor
devices) in this electronic
equipSince the impedances
and
ment, special techniques
are necessary
in maintenance
procedures.
resistances
encountered
in solid state circuits
are of low values,
a few ohms discrepancy
can
Also, coupling and filter capacitors
are generally
greatly affect the performance
of the equipment.
large values and usually are of the tantalum
type.
Hence, when measuring
values of capacitors,
an instrument
accurate
in the high ranges must be employed.
Capacitor
polarity
must be observed
Usually,
more accurate
measurements
can be obtained if the semiwhen measuring
resistance.
conductors
are removed or disconnected
from the circuit.
6. 1.2

SEMICONDUCTOR

TEST

EQUIPMENT

Damage to semiconductors
by test equipment
current
or voltage to the elements.
Common
in the following
paragraph.

is usually the result of accidentally


apply too much
causes of damage from test equipment
are discussed

A.

Test equipment
with transformerless
power supplies is
Transformerless
Power Supplies.
However,
this type of test equipment
can be used by employone source of high current.
ing an isolation
transformer
in the AC power line.

B.

It is still possible
to damage a semiconductor
from line current,
even though
Line Filter.
the test equipment
has a power transformer
in the power supply, if the test equipment
is
This filter
may function as a voltage divider
and apply half
provided
with a line filter.
To eliminate
this condition,
connect a ground wire from
voltage to the semiconductor.
the chassis of the test equipment
to the chassis of the equipment
under test before making
any other connections.

C.

Another cause of semiconductor


damage is a multimeter
Low-Sensitivity
Multimeters.
that requires
excessive
current
to provide adequate indications.
Multimeters
with
sensitivities
of less than 20,000-ohms/volt
should not be used on semiconductors.
A
multimeter
with low sensitivity
will draw too much current
through many types of small
When in doubt as to the amount of current
supplied by
semiconductors
causing damage.
a multimeter,
check the multimeter
circuits
on all scales with an external,
low-resistance
If more than one milliampere
multimeter
connected in series with the multimeter
leads.
is drawn on any range, this range cannot be safely used on small semiconductors.

D.

Power Supply.
When using a battery-type
power supply, always use fresh batteries
of the
Make certain that the polarity
of the power supply is correct
for the equipproper value.
Do not use power supplies having poor voltage regulation.
ment under test.

6. 1.3

SEMICONDUCTOR

A.

Transistors

VOLTAGE

AND RESISTANCE

MEASUREMENTS

When measuring
voltage or resistance
in circuits
containing
semiconductor
devices,
Since the values of
remember
that these components
are polarity
and voltage conscious.
capacitors
used in semiconductor
circuits
are usually large,
time is required
to charge

Rev.

1, August,

1972

Page 6-l

KlNG

KMA 20/KR 21
MARKER
BEACON RECEIVER

ISOLATIONAMPLIFIER

these capacitors
when they appear.
Thus, any reading obtained is subject to error if
sufficient
time is not allowed for the capacitor
to fully charge.
When in doubt it may be
best in some cases to isolate the components
in question and measure them individually.
B.

Operational

Amplifiers

Precision
AC voltage measurements
are not needed in testing operation
amplifiers.
oscilloscope
with a calibrated
vertical
and horizontal
axis is normally
used in order
measure the signals associated
with an operational
amplifier.
Precision
DC voltage
measurements
should be made with a digital voltmeter
with a floating ground.
6. 1.4

TESTING

A.

Transistors

An
to

SEMICONDUCTORS

A transistor
checker should be used to properly
evaluate transistors.
If a transistor
tester is not available,
a good multimeter
may be used.
Make sure that the multimeter
meets the requirements
outlined in the preceeding
paragraph.

(1)

PNP Transistor.
To check a PNP transistor,
connect the positive
lead of the
multimeter
to the base of the transistor
and the negative lead to the emitter.
Generally,
a resistance
reading of 50,000 ohms or more should be obtained.
With the positive
Reconnect the multimeter
with the negative lead to the base.
lead connected to the emitter
a resistance
value of 500 ohms or less should be
obtained.

(2)

NPN Transistor.
Similar
tests made on an NPN transistor
should produce the
following
results:
With the negative lead of the multimeter
connected to the base
of the transistor
the value of resistance
between the base and the collector
should
With the positive
lead of the multimeter
connected to the base, the value
be high.
of resistance
between the base and the collector
should be low.
If these results
are not obtained,
the transistor
is probably
defective
and should be replaced.
-CAUTIONIf a transistor
is found to be defective,
make certain that the
circuit
is in good operating
order before installing
a replacement transistor.
If a short circuit
exists in the circuit,
putting
in another transistor
will most likely result in burning out the
new component.

(3)

Always check the value of the bias resistors


in series wit11 the various transistor
A transistor
is very sensitive
to improper
bias voltage therefore,
a
elements.
short or open circuit
in the bias resistance
may damage the transistor.

6. 1.5

REPLACING

A.

Transistors

SEMICONDUCTORS

thus
Never remove or replace a transistor
with the supply voltage turned on. Transients
If a transistor
produced may damage the transistor
or others remaining
in the circuit.
is to be evaluated in an external
test circuit,
be sure that no more voltage is applied to it
than normally
is used in the circuit
from which it came.

Page 6-2

Rev.

1, August,

1972

KMA 20/KR 21
MARKER
BEACON RECEIVER
ISOLATION
AMPLIFIER

B.

(1)

Use only a low heat soldering

(2)

When installing
or removing
a soldered-in
semiconductor
grasp the lead to which
heat is applied between the solder joint and the semiconductor
with long nosed
pliers.
This will dissipate
some of the heat that would otherwise
conduct into the
semiconductor
from the soldering
iron.
Make certain that all wires soldered to
semiconductor
terminals
have first been properly
tinned so that the necessary
connection
can be made quickly.
Excessive
heat will permanently
ddmage a semiconductor.

i3)

In some cases, power transistors


are mounted on heat sinks that are designed to
dissipate
heat away from them.
In some power circuits,
the transistor
must also
be insulated
from ground.
Often, this insulating
is accomplished
by means of
insulating
washers made of mica.
When replacing
transistors
mounted in this
manner,
be sure that the insulating
washers are replaced
in proper order.
After
the transistor
is mounted,
and before making any connections,
check from the
case of the transistor
to ground with a multimeter
to see that the insulation
is
effective.

Integrated

iron

when installing

or removing

soldered-in

parts.

Circuits

If an I. C. is known to be defective,
the easiest way to remove it is to cut off each of its
pins, remove the case, and then unsolder
the remaining
pins from the integrated
circuit
card one by one. This is preferable
over removing
the I. C. intact because attempts to
remove the I. C. intact may result in damage to the card.
Though, if it is desired to
remove an I. C. intact a soldering
iron with a special tip may be used that will heat all
the pins on the backside of the card at the same time.
After removal,
the holes of the
card should be cleaned of solder so that the replacement
I. C. may be installed.
Note
the marking
indentation
of the I. C. before removal,
and replace the new one with the
same orientation
as the one removed.

Rev.

1, August,

1972

Page 6-3

KlNG

KMA 2O/KR 21
MARKER
BEACON RECEIVER
ISOLATION
AMPLIFIER

6.2 ALIGNMENT
6.2. 1

EQUIPMENT

REQUIRED

OR ITS EQUIVALENT

NAME
1.
2.
3.
4.
6. 2.2

Hewlett Packard
Hewlett Packard
Eldorado
Eico

ISOLATION

AMPLIFIER

(KMA

With the speaker output terminated


audio input.
Set R3 18 to produce

THE KMA

MODEL

FUNCTION

HP 608E
HP 200CD
1820A
261

Signal Generator
Audio Oscillator
Digital Voltmeter
Audio DB/Watt
Meter

20)

in 4 ohms, apply a 5VRMS at 1KHz signal


5V across the 4 ohm speaker load.

RECEIVER

20 /KR 2 1

MARKER

(a)

Apply a 75MHz signal modulated


with 1300Hz modulation
to the antenna input
Set Hi-Lo
6db pad. Monitor
the dc lamp voltage applied to the amber lamp.
switch to Hi sensitivity
position.

(b)

With no R. F. applied,
R114 and Q104.

(cl

Increase
the rf input level until 2 to 4 volts lamp voltage is obtained.
Align RF section
RF
by adjusting
T 10 1, T102, T103 and T104 until maximum
lamp voltage is obtained.
input must be reduced as necessary
to maintain
3.2 volts lamp threshold
voltage.

(d)

Align
input

(e)

Set the rf input to 5O~pv hard and adjust R164 for 3.2V lamp voltage.
switch to low and the rf signal to 2000~~ hard.
Adjust R165 for 3.2V
Repeat the preceeding
until the two sensitivity
settings are repeatable.

(0

Repeat

k)

Apply 2OOOclv hard rf modulated


at 1KHz and monitor the marker output at the positive
Output should be terminated
in 500 ohms on the KR 21 and the marker audio
end of C122.
switch to speaker on the KMA 20. Adjust R130 for 1VRMS marker audio output.

adjust

(KMA

at the COMM

6.2.3

Page 6-4

BEACON

TO ALIGN

20 and KR 21)

R108 for . 120V on the emitter

of Q103.

Do the same for

IF section by adjusting
T105 and T106 until maximum
lamp voltage
must be reduced as necessary
to maintain
3.2 volts lamp threshold

steps C and D until

no further

increase

in sensitivity

through a
sensitivity

is obtained.
voltage.

RF

Set the Hi-Lo


lamp voltage.

can be obtained.

Rev.

1, August,

1972

E
E
1
I:.

L
I
I

L----,-?

KMA ZO/KR 21
MARKER BEACON RECEIVER/
ISOLATION AMPLIFIER
PPlRT
J201

OF

THE BLUE SHADED AREAS REFER TO CHPNfES


COVEA:ffi
200-0151-W
THioK+
19
REVISION
NUWERS
BESIDE
BLUE SH4DED AREAS REFER TO REVISIOh,
OF THE PC BOARC ASSEWLY
RED1

AlRCRAFT

PWR

12
THE FOL!&wlffi
IS A
TABULATION
FOR THE PIN
FUNCTIONS
ON KMA-20

FzALM

1EADPHONES
-ROM

OR 27 5VDC)
1

J-c202
~IZOP
=

(1375

AU.

500~

E%

IWUT

IGRNIYELI

R301

MKR

SP

P402 OP

24

24

24

24

19 23

,\.II

500~

31

PI80 0

PI81 0

,O

INPUT

\------i

PI82 0

PI66 0

500~

19

INPUT

_-

.._,

500~

PI68 0

AUDIO

AMP

REGULATED

5%
1

VOLTAGE

T
R320

nr

R332fl
e.W

,
;

PI67 0

34

(GRY/WHTl

TO MKR
BOARD

1
-

36

?EY!S:ON
LEVELS

-._
,

INPUT

11

>L"3
I

I
t

,WHTIORN,

PI69 0

5
-

PI70 0

500n

I4

Pi71 0

PI72 0

500,,

INPUT

INPUT-

SEE

NOTE

--?
/BLK)

s202

L
)

12

PI730

(WHT

I3
!3

PI74 0
PI75 0
NOTES;
I
2.
3
4
5
6
7

PI76 0
P2OlO
PI78

0
0

OPI 85
OPI 86
e
-

PI790

26

!5

24

-H-u-

IO

GERMANIUM

I
8
7
2
9

S202
LABELED
HF FOR INTERNATIONAL
MODEL;
AUTO FOR STANDARD
MODEL.
DASHED
CONNECTION
IN 066-1024-06;09;10
VERSIONS
ONLY.
S2Ol SWlTCH
WAFERS
SHOWN
AS VIEWED
FROM
THE FACE OF THE UNIT
5201 IS MECHANlCALLY
STOPPED
AT COMl
IN STANDARD
MODEL.
LABELED
HF ONLY IN INTERNATIONAL
MODEL.
200 SERlES
NUMBERS
ARE CHASSIS
MOUNTED
PARTS
UNLESS
NOTED,
ALL
RESISTORS
ARE 10% AND l/4W
ALL
CAPACITORS
ARE IN MICROFARADS
DIODE
SYMBOLS:

i^H

MIC AUDIO

IF MIC AUDIO
,,,

RAMP

(YEL/WHTl

SPKR

Y-r
SEE NOTE

lYEL/BLU)

HAIL

BOTTOM

SILICON
VIEW

II

(BLUI

ECB
3.9651

CR302

(REF)

CRM3

INSTRUMENT

(REF)

LIGHTS

F
I
R203

F
PWR
&GND

10. 066~024-O&-09
IS CONNECTED
II.

FUNCTION
FUNCTlON

VERSIONS
S209
TO 5206
BY DASHED

SELECTOR
SELECTOR

AS

SHWN

SPKR

FOR 066-1024-10,-l

COY

COMI

LOAD

IS DELETED.
MARKER
AUDIO
CONNECTION.:-06,-09VERSIONS

FOR 066-1024-OS,-09

%
6

VERSIONS
I
COM 2

COM 2

SPKR

LOAD

EX?

(GRYI

PA
-06

This
-11,

Rev.

3, December,

schematic
covers
-13, and -14.

KMA 20 versions

066-1024-08

22

thru

FIGURE 6-1A KMA 20 ISOLATION AMPLIFIER SCHEMATIC AND ASSEMBLY


(Dwg. No. 002-0135-02,
R-16)
1977
(Dwg. No. 300-0176-00,
R-13)
(Sheet 3 of 3)

Page 6-5A

4nP.A.

(YE

NOTE

II)

bERSION

LAST

RES
C
L

0
E
F.

0
CR
T

-09

VERSION

1 VERSIONS
ARE hs

INPUT
OHLYI
ONLY.

FOLLOWS:

329
*321
0302
*203.301
-309
=202

13. FOLLOWING
CONNECTIONS
IN -0 VERSION
ONLY.

PIN 31
PIN 30
PIN29
PIN 16
PIN I5
PIN I4
PIN I3

ZENER
OF TRANSISTORS.

A
B
c

FROM

(RED/BLKI

12

WIRE
WHT/VIO
WHT/BW
WliT/GRN
WHT/ORN
WliT/RED
WtiT/BRN
WHTIBLK

TO
S206
Sx)B
Sx)7
S206
5205
S204
S203

18

no
2 P
l-T--N

I
0

il

-,
I

O9l-OlO2-00 -,

009~5083-007

RED)

PI800

AIRCRAFT

PWR

11375

OR 275

VDC)
1

PI81 0

P402 OF
PI66 0

REGULATED<
c VOLTAGE

TO MKR
BOARD

PI82 0

AUDIO

THE FOLLOWING IS A
TABVLATION FOR THE PIN
FUNCTIONS ON MA-20
VERSIONS: 066.lO24-

PI67 0

AMP

REGULATED
1

CORN1

VOLTAGE
T

PI68 0
PI69 0
IAOF

PI70 0

/ ADF IADF I 11~0

PI71 0

PI720

PI73 0
PI74 0
PI750

OP208

PI76 0

0
PI83
0

P2OlO

oPl84

=CR306

0
PI78
0

OPI 86

PI790

Fl87

@PI 85

SEE NOTE

13

lC321
cp
47OPl
-

I: 13

J
NOTES;
5202
3
4
5
0
7

16

.
---------i---..------.-----l--.----i

'5
!4
10
/I
!8
!7
2

009-508300

dlC

;OM 2
;CV
iF

SPKR

ADlC

IN

4n

MIC AUDI?

MIC AUDIO

HF FOR

INTERNATIONAL

MODEL;

IN 066.1024-06,-09.-IO

AUTO

FOR

STANDARD

MODEL.

VERSIONS ONLY.

S2Ol SWITCH
WAFERS
SHOWN AS VIEWED
FROM
THE FACE OF THE
5201 IS MECHANICALLY
STOPPED
AT COMi
IN STANDARD
MODEL.
LABELED
HF ONLY IN INTERNATIONAL
MODEL.
200 SER,ES
NUMBERS
ARE CHASSIS
MOUNTED
PARTS
UNLESS
NOTED,
ALL
RESISTORS
ARE 10% AND l/4W
ALL
CAPACITORS
ARE iN MICROFARADS
DlODE
SYMBOLS;

NIT

CCMI
-H--MGERMANIUM

SILICON

J
ZENEA

IYELfGRYI
(YEL/WHTI

BOTTOM

VIEW

OF TRANSISTORS.

SEE NOTE I I

fYEL/BL,

HAIL SPKR

!RED/BL

(GHN!

(YELIGRN,

MIC AUDIO

3n RAYP

iFMICKEYfYEL/ERNl
\,RCRAFT

LABELED

2. DASHED CONNECTION

-J

IBLU)

K,

EC6

36651

NOTE:

Q202

and Q203

Location

(See Page

5-13A)

INSTRUMENT
LIGHTS

R203
82n
5w
6

II.

PWR
&GNO
COM

I 301

0. 066~lO24-O&-O9
VERSIONS 5209 IS DELETED.
MARKER AUDIO INPUT
IS CONNECTED TO 5209 BY DASHED CONNECTION.f-06,+,9VERSIONS
ONLY1

SPKR

FUNCTION SELECTOR AS SHCMN FOR 066.1024-10,-l


I VERSIONS ONLY.
FUNCTION SELECTOR FOR 066~1024-O&-09
VERSIONS ARE AS FOLLOWS:
COM I
COM 2

CiMl

LOAD

ccM2

EXT

COM 2

SPKR

LOAD

(GRYI

PA
8

This schematic
covers
versions
066-1024-08

FIGURE
Rev.

2, June,

1976

6 - 1AKMA
(DWG.

20 ISOLATION
AMPLIFIER
NOs.
002-0135-02
R-13,

KMA 20
thru -11, -13

SCHEMATIC
300-0176-00,

22

and -14.

AND
Rq2)

ASSEMBLY
Page

6-5A

(WHITE1

-00 WERSION

-09

VERSION

I2

A LAST
6

,I

D
E
F.

RES 329
C
L

321
a302

=203,301

CR *308
T *202

13 FOLLOWING CONNECTIONS
IN -tO VERSION ONLY.
FROM

WIRE

TO

PIN 31
PIN 30
PIN29
PIN 16
PIN 15
PIN 14
PIN 13

WHT/VIO
WHT/BLU
WHT/GRN
WHT/ORN
WHT/RED
WHT/BRN
WHTBLK

5209
5206
5207
S206
5205
S204
S203

009-5083-00

::l\i
o..3eB

40

Pi640

40

i n

PI65 OP3c#J

ii

pF-p

24

24

24

24

OF

36

Pi800

ujv

PART
3201

Pi81 0

19 23

34

12

12

(RED)

PI82 0

PI66 0

AIRCRAFT

PWR

0375

OR 275VDCl
T

IC202
TI2OP
z

PI67 0

HEADPHONES

32
THE FOLLOWING
IS A
TABULATION
FC+Z THE PIN
FWJCTIONS
ON KMA-20
YERSIONS: c66-lD24-

PI68 0

(GRN/YEL)

PI71 0

ADF

R30I

-^^
,..^ ,- ,....,- .^^., ~
3uI\INrI
,v#nl/unr,

nnron

!YE

PI69 0
PI70 0

NOTE

IO

=f

r -c,H-;B--$07

ADF

50Gn

INPUT

500~

INPUT

RFzo,2

;ylBL,WYTIg

/I

Pi72 0
321R318

PI73 0

C32l

PI74 0

16

--I

PI750

PUDIO
I ITC

15

PI76 0
P2OlO
PI78

500n

14 r

INPUT

0
0
SEE NOTE

PI79 0

I3
23

MIC

KEY 1k

(6

;-SEE
I

K/yEtl

NOTE

.i
8
2

CR302

CR303

u)

ii2

G
-----L-j

I
I
I

52GlA
RFAR

tic?
(BLU/YELl

NOTES,
/
2.
3
4
5
6

26
CR302

(REFI

CR303

( REF )

25
24
IO
II
21
,7
2
g

NOTE:

Q202

and Q203

Location

(See Page

5-5A)

\
HFMICKEY(YEL/BRNl
AIRCRAFT

SPKR

MIC

IN

AUDIO

CON 2
C:H

4r,
tYEL/GRN)

MIC AUDI3

MIC AUDIO

B,,

RAMP

SPKR

u
YENOTE

SlLlCON

BOTTJM

VlEW

-8

ZENER
OF TRANSISTORS,

II

ECB

38851

INSTRUMENT
LIGHTS

I 301
10. 066~IG24-OB,-09
IS CONNECTED
Il.

FUNCTION
FUNCTION

SPKA

LOAD

VERSIONS
5209
IS DELETED.
MARKER
AUDIO
TO S2OB BY DASHED
OINNECTION.l-08,-09VERSIONS

SELECTOR
SELECTOR

AS

SHWN

SPKR

LOAD

VERSIONS

COM I
COM 2

Cm2
COM 2

FOR 066-1024-,0,-l

FOR 066~1024-O&-O9

asAl

(BRN)

EXT

(GRY)

PA

This schematic
covers
versions
066-1024-08

FIGURE
Rev.

1, August,

6 - 1AKMA
(DWG.
1972

20 ISOLATION
AMPLIFIER
NOs.
002-0135-02
R-4,

KMA 20
thru -11.

SCHEMATIC
300-0176-00

B y

EXT

RAMP

HAlL

SPKR

r
22

AND
R-7)

ASSEMBLY
Page

6-5A

4nPA.

(SEE

NOTE

I I)

LOAD

(WHT!

A. LAST
e
*

c. *
D.
E
F.

-0SMRSION

-09

VERSION

I VERSIWS

INPUT
ONLY)
ONLY,

ARE As FOLLOWS.

RES
c

32s
*21

301

Q
CR
1

203.3OI
309
8202

13. FOLLOWING
CONNECTIONS
IN -0 MRSION
ONLY.

PIN 31
PIN SO
PIN29
PIN 16
PIN IS
PIN I4
PIN 13

(BLUI

I2

FROM

GERMANIUM

PA

(YELIWHTI

lYEL/ELU)

HAIL

-ct-bt

C0M2
EXT

(YELIGRY)

YIC AUDIO

HF

\
\ CMl
HF

IGRN)

5202
LABELED
HF FOR INTERNATIONAL
MODEL;
AUTO FOR I STANDARD
MODEL
DASHED CONNECTION
IN C66-1024-OB-09,~IO
VERSIONS
ONLY.
5201 SWITCH
WAFERS
SHOWN As VlEWED
FROM
THE FACE OF THE UNIT
S201 IS MECHANICALLY
STOPPED
AT COMI IN STANDARD
M( IDEL.
MODEL.
LABELED
HF ONLY IN INTERNATIONAL
MODEL.
200 SERIES
NUMBERS
ARE CHASSIS
MOUNTED
PARTS
UNLESS
NOTED,
ALL
RESISTORS
ARE 10% AND 1/4W
ALL
CAPACITORS
ARE IN MICROFARADS
DIODE
SYMBOLS;

WIRE
WHl/VIO
WliT/BUJ
WliT/GRN
wHT/ORN
YHTIRED
WHTIBRN
WHT/BLK

TO
S208
S208
S207
Sk?06
S2OS
S204
SP3

KING
KMA ZO/KR 21
MARKER BEACON RECEIVER/
ISOLATION AlIPLIFIE!?
REVISIDh
NUHBER,
BESIDE
OF THE Pf SOAP@ ASSEEIRL

RLUE

;HAJE:

ARE.iS

REFt

TO REVIIDN

LEYLLS

- CLL
qJ l2OPf

RADAR

ALT

500~.

ad 5%
t&S-

INPUT

=
5
32

wHoNEs

(GRN/YEL~

M MKR

SEE NOTE

13

s209

SP

(GRY/WHT)

a301
510
5%

AUDIO
R317
240K
-I

31

9-

AMP

L-1

3c

2s

16

PUDIO
MUTE

15

14

--I^...
_ ,wn,

I3

&
PH

a231

35v

IK
Ycog

4ti

I-

SEE

NOTE

\\
-1----T---/

25

10

iFMICKEY(YEL/BRN,
&IRCAAFT

SPKR

WC AUDIO
?B
!7
I2
J

:CM

:ZLI

IN

Sn

4,,

MIC AUDiO

RAMP

\~ COM2
COM)
EXT

(GRNI

-Ix*

IYELIGRNI

MIC AUDI?

-IF MIC AUDIO

NOTES;
I
5202
LABELED
HF FOR INTERNATIONAL
MODEL;
AUTO FOR STANDARD
MODEL
2 DASHED
CONNECTlON
IN STANDARD
AND 066-024-12
VERSlONS
ONLY
3 S201 SWlTCH
WAFERS
SHOWN AS VIEWED
FROM
THE FACE OF THE NlT
4 5201
IS MECHANlCALLY
STOPPED
AT CO,.,
IN STANDARD
MODEL
5 LABELED
HF ONLY IN INTERNATIONAL
MODEL.
6 200 SERIES
NUMBERS
ARE CHASSiS
MOUNTED
PARTS

UNLESS
NOTED,
ALL
RESlSTORS
ARE 10% AND ,,,W
ALL
CAPACITORS
ARE IN MCROFARADS
6 DIODE SYMBOLS;

26

24

GERMANIUM

SILICON

-6

ZENER

(YEL/GRY)
9

(YEL/WHTI

BOTTOM

VIEW

OF TRANSISTORS,

lYEL/BLU)

HAIL

SPKR

IBLU)

(RED/BLK)

ECE

38851

10. THIS
SCHEMATIC
OF THE KMAZO
R203

See Figure
This
-07,

6-1A for

schematic
-12, -15,

Assembly

covers
KMA 20 versions
and -16.

066-1024-03

COM /

SPKR

LOAD

COM 2

SPKR

LOAD

(WHITE)

thru

FIGURE 6-18
Rev.

3, December,

1977

PWR
&GGND

*:,n

Drawing

@!A 20 ISOLATION AMPLIFIER AND ASSEMBLY


(Dwg. No. 002-0135-02,
R-16)
(Sheet 1 of 3)

Page 6-58

002-0135-OOW3l

INSTRUMENT
LIGHTS

,-p2OP
Y

C321
470 pf

23
1

c315
0027

(GRYI

COVERS

066-1024.03/04/05/06/07/12116MRSlON

II.

A
B
C

LAST

D
E
F.

Ia

L*

RES
C
L

A329
6321
302

a p203,301
CR *309
T

202

12. IN THE -12 VERSION.

CONNECTION
IS WOE FROU PIN I3 OF REAR
COH(ECTOR TO S20lA (FRONTI PIN@.
NO CONNECTION IS MADE FFzOM
PIN I3 OF REAR COMECTOR TO
WIPER OF S202.
OPSHED CONNECTION
WYTE 21 IN -12 VERSION ALSO.

13. ON-l6.ERYoN.. i:
CTED fM!M
-,

AUOIO WT
RN ISOF 5201
vi-

PART
320,

oi

(RED)

AlRCR.4FT

PWR

lc202

0375

OR 275DCl

12crt

32 PADPHONES

.GR~/YELI

R301
5!0
s209
RYI

bbCT!O1.-

COM I 500n

HFMIC

AIRCRAFT

SPKR

,,

MIC

IN

AUDIO

COM 2

27

C?H

,2

HF

MIC AUDIO

8n

RAMP

MUTE

I .

SEE

NOTE

IGRN)

COMZ
EXT

--w-MGERMANIUM

SILICON

(YEL/GRY)
9

(YEL/WHTl

BOTTOM

VIEW

-6

ZENER
OF TRANSISTORS.

SPKR

(BLUI

(RED/BLKO
ECB

38851

INSTRUMENT
LIGHTS
IO

See Figure
for Assembly

KMA
FIGURE
Rev.

1, August,

1972

6-1B

6-1A
Drawing

This Schematic covers


20 versions
066-1024-03

COM I

EXT

thru

KMA 20 ISOLATION
AMPLIFIER
(DWG. NO. 002-0135-02
R-4)

-07.
AND ASSEMBLY
Page 6-5B

?$I
*II

(YEL/BLU)

HAIL

~322

!YELIGRN)

MIC AUDIO

Cl201REG

NOTES;
/
S202
LABELED
HF FOR INTERNATIONAL
MODEL;
AUTO FOR STANDARD
MODEL,
2 DASHED
CONNECTION
IN STANDARD
VERSION
ONLY,
3 5201 SWITCH
WAFERS
SHOWN AS VIEWED
FROM
THE FACE OF THE NIT
4 5201 IS MECHANICALLY
STOPPED
AT COMI IN STANDARD
MODEL.
5 LABELED
HF ONLY IN INTERNATIONAL
MODEL.
d 200 SERIES
NUMBERS
ARE CHASSIS
MOUNTED
PARTS

UNLESS
NOTED;
ALL
RESISTORS
ARE 10% AND 1/4W
ALL
ZAPACITORS
ARE 1N MICROFARADS
8 DIODE SYMBOLS.
4,,

MICAUDIZ

_ CORN)

AMP

f--r

KEY lYEL/ERN,

2B

L)

AUDIO

R3 )
IO0

~REGULATED

LvOLTAGE

I-

,.

Rg323

-----T

s203
/BRNl

_ (WHT

INPUT

24

TO MKR
BOARD

AS ADF ,,2)S20B
066.1024-07

I
,4

---~..-

SPKQ

RAMP

HAIL

LOAD

(BRNI

SPKR

LOAC

IWH?

THIS
SCHEMATIC
OF THE KMA 20

COVERS

066-1024-03/04/05/06x)7

002-

0135-00(R@

VERSIONS

IO.

A
0.
c.

LAST
*

RES
c

*326
.,,I

L-

--
8301

203.3DI

D.

E.

CR -30.9

F.

*202

-----P--P----I

Cl05

R.F.

.BZPf
\I

AMPL.

--

MIXER

ic
po1

--

2nd IF

1st IF err

3rd

IF

45
I

---/-

-2

RI26
I50

c,38

2
3

OS!-0121-00
UNDER

4.OY

FACINQ

IS

RIQHT

STIOS.

RI,,.

CONNECT

WAND

CONDUCTOR

THE

HZ AMPL.

1300 HZ AMPL.

SED

TIOI.T102.T103.T104.TlDI

RI08

1HE

INSULATOR

400

WlPER

4xm-

cxiG.9,,
NOTES

TO

I.

IVIEWED
7

WIPER).

2
6 FORM
C 39,~14l,C!42
IN DETAIL
A

Cl43

UNLESS

NOTED:

Q101,9103,0101 CHANGED FRO


TO KPN 007-0053~00
AT S/N i
DIODES

ARE

ALL
ALL
ALL

CAPACITANCES
ARE IN MICAOFARADS,~,,,,.
RESISTANCES
ARE IN OHMS,114,,
5%.
INDUCTANCESARE
IN MICROHENRIES,,,,h,.

THUS:

AS SHOWk
I

GERMANIUM

LIGHT

3000

HZ AMPL.

2N5305
8340

DASHED
AREA INDICATES
NOT ON -O&S-,024-06,Oi

DS2OI,202,203
VERSIONS

FIGURE
Rev.

2, June,

1976

6-2

KMA
(DWG.

KMA
thru

20
-15.

20 MARKER
RECEIVER
SCHEMATIC
R-13,
300-0175-01,
002-0135-02,
NOs.

AND ASSEMBLY
R-6)
Page

6-7

BOTTOM

SET RI08 8 RI,4 TO OBTAIN YOLTAGE


SETTING
NO SIGNAL APPLIED
INITIAL
SETTING FOR R164 B 4165 TO BE FULLY
TURN IN CW DlRECTlON
TO SET
SENSITIVITY

VIEW

OF

1F

TRANSFORMER

5 BOTTOM

OF KMAfO
L%

This schematic
cover
versions
066-1024-03

Z 0101.103.104
CHANGED
FROM
KPN 007-0093-00
TO KPN 007-0053-00
AT SN 2700:
WITH NO CIRCUIT
CHANGE.

CC,

r EV

CF 107 Ml-2 ILTE?


CONYECTION
INPUT
2 OUTPCT
3 COMMON
\GROUND,
4 DLE

CR110

Covers

FIGURE
Rev.

6-2X

1, August,

KM:\
1972

20,

KMA
Covers

20 066-1024-00
thru 02 version
only
KR 21 066-1021-00
version
only)

KR 21 MARKER
RECEIVER
BOARD
(DWG.
NO.
696-1806-01)

COMPONENT

LOCATIONS
Page

6-7A

Ci_

(131

CR105

cR103

Clh7

Cl42

CR107

Cl37

Cl05

Covers
FIGURE
Page

6-7B

6-2B

KMA

KMA 20 066-1024-00
thru 02 versions
only
Covers
KR 21 066-1021-00
version
only
20, KR 21 MARKER
RECEIVER
BOARD
COMPONENT
(DWG.
NO.
696-1806-02)

LOCATIONS
Rev.

1, August,

1972

FL102

L.102
/

2.104
1105

\\
/

YLOl---

------1.101

Covers
KMA 20 066-1024-00
thru
(Covers
066 -102 l-00 Versions
FIGURE
Rev.

6-2C

1, August,

KMA
1972

20,

KR 21 MARKER
(DWG.

-02 versions
only)

RECEIVER
BOARD
NO.
696-1806-03)

only

COMPONENT

LOCATIONS
Page

6-7C

Qi/

Ql\,

/to5

lo8

Q104

.Q107
$112

Qll5

QllS----Q118

Q117

Covers
KMA 20 066-1024-00
thru
(Covers
066-1021-00
Versions
FIGURE
Page

6-7D

6-2D

KMA

20,

02 versions
Only)

KR 21 MARKER
RECEIVER
BOARD
696-1806-04)
(DWG.
NO.

only

COMPONENT

LOCATIONS
Rev.

1, August,

1972

R123

R! 22

R120

tt119

R118

R117

R116

\
\

R115

R135

Rl

/
RllO

R14

lir /

Rlll

R107

R164

/
RlG2

I
tilt;8

Covers

FIGURE

6-2E

KMA

20,

I
!2 1 6 3

KMA
(Covers

1, August,

\
RI 10 0

20 066-1024-00
thru
066-1021-00
Version

KR 21 MARKER
(DWG.

Rev.

I
lZlO1

RECEIVER
NO.

\
KlG6

02 versions
Only)
BOARD

\
Klcl3

\
R106

only

COMPONENT

LOCATIONS

696-1806-05)

1972
Page

6-7E

RI58

Ix;54

Covers
KMA 20 066-1024-00
Covers
KR 21 066-1021-00
FIGURE
Page

6-7F

6-2F

KMA

20,

57

ni50

thru 02 versions
version
only.

KR 21 MARKER
RECEIVER
BOARD
696- 1806-06)
(DWG.
NO.

only

COMPONENT
Rev.

LOCATIONS
1, August,

1972

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