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Item
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Firing position ......................................
Firing position cabling
diagram ................................ ............ .
Firing site torque values ......................
Misfire ................................................. .
Nomenclature cross-reference .......... .
Safety considerations ......................... .
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WITH PROGRAMMER
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AND POWER STATION
MOUNTED

POWER SIAllON

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IRAl<SPORfAllE GUIDED M~l/2 HOUR EXPOSURE

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LEGEND:
" ' ' ' I FOOT: 1/2 HOUR PER DAY
2 FEET: 3 HOURS PER DAY
W.&:i$ 4 FEET: NO WORK AREA
(PASS THROUGH ONLYI
Y//h 8 FEET: 4 HOURS PER DAY

PERMANENT EAR DAMAGE


MAY RESULT IF PERSONNEL REMAIN EXPOSED
TO NOISE BEYOND THE SAFE TIME LIMITATIONS
WITHOUT ADEQUATE PROTECTION. THE NOISE
EXPOSURE TIME LIMITS ASSIGNED TO VARIOUS
WORK AREAS ARE AS ILLUSTRATED

NOTICE
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reference information and data pertinent to the PERSHING
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herein is not to be used in lieu of information, procedures,
and technical data contained in Department of the ArmY.
Technical Manuals. The tactical firing procedures containea..,.i
in TM 9-1425-381-10 are to be used at all times during
firing battery operations. Recommendations for changes or
improvements should be submitted to:
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5.

Power station .............. .......... ...... ..........

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Azimuth layin g set .. ........................... ....

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7.

Battery contro l centra l .... .. ......................

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8.

Radio te rminal set.. .. ...... ............. ...........

8 1

9.

Cable data .... ...... .. ..... .... ............ ...........

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System components test station .... .. .........

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Shop sets.. ................ ............................

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Vehicles .... ..... .. .. ........ ........... ..... ..... .. ... .

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CHAPTER 1
SYSTEM
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Item
Commonly used abbreviations .......... .
Firing position ............................... ..
Firi ng site torque values .................. .
Misfire ................... ... ... .. ............ .... .
Nomenclatu re cross-refer ence ........ ..
Safety co nside rations ..................... ..
Typical position of equipment for

QRA .... ............... .... ... ................. .

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CHA PTER 1
SYST EM
1-1 . Safety Co nsiderations.

WARN ING

Do not apply full powe r sim ultaneously to two


miss iles if t hey are posit ioned closer th an 55
meter s ( 180 feet) .
a. Blast Area.
To provide personnel safety from missile blast during fi ring. per
sonnel are evacuated to a position at least 150 meters (492
feet ) from the missile. Personnel are evacua ted as soon as the ir
duties have been completed. The last man leaves the immedia te
fi ring position approx imately 15 seconds before the FIRE
swi tches are pressed; however, th e FIRE swi tches will no t be
pressed until all pe rsonne l ha ve reached th e pro per distance.
All loose or fl ammable items of equ ipme nt must be clea red f rom
the initial blast area pri or to fi ri ng. The ini t ial bl ast area extends
to eithe r side of t he blast deflector, and includes t ha t area
within a 50 sector from t he center of the blast deflector out
to a distance of 55 meters (180 feet ).
b. Gen era l Preca ut ions.
( 1 ) Personn el must be fam iliar with and must ob
serve all sa fety precautions when wo r king on or ha nd lin g
electronic equipment, high.press ure air systems, haza rdo us
solve nts, and toxic an d fla mma ble chem ica ls . Fa ilure to
observe safety precautions may result in death or sever e
inj ury.
( 2 ) Pe rsonn el wit hin t he area du r ing prepa ration and
fir ing of the m issil e will be lim ited to those necessa ry to
accom plish the opera tion.
( 3) Dr illing equipmen t of any ty pe will not be us ed
in th e modi fica tion of items con tain ing explosives.
( 4 ) For preca utions pertainin g to nuclea r war hea d
operat ion s and han dling, refer to TM 9 1 100 37512.

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c. Pe rsonne l Safety During an Electrical Storm.

IWA RNING I
Protect personnel from lightning.
The missile on the EL is susceptible to lightn ing strikes. This
threat is greatly increased when the missile is vertical. When
the commander determines that the threat of an electrical
storm is imminent, he will insure that the missile is lowered and
personnel are cleared from the immediate vicinity of the equip
men! when such action will not interfere wi t h accomplishment
of his mission.

c.l. Equipment Sa fety During an Electrical Storm .

I CAU~IO N I

Protect equipment from lightning.


(1) The firi ng position equipment, especia lly in the
standby configuration, i s vulnerable to lightning strikes. When
the commander determines that the threat of an electrical
storm is imminent, he will insure that cables 60W18, 60W105,
and 60W109 are disconnected at both ends when such action
will not interfere with his mission.
(2) In order to resume alert readiness status withou t
delay after the threat of elect rical storm passes, the commander will insure that all cables are connected and that missile
conditioning is restored.
d. Power Station Refueling. The power station, refueling
pump, and hose nozzles must be grounded , and operable fire fighting equipment must be present du r ing fueling opera t ions.

1- 2. Misfire.
A misfire condition exists when a tactica l missile fails
to achieve lift-off after the FIRE switches are pressed the
second time. A misfire occu rr ing before cable mast ejection 1s considered to be safe. A misfire occurring after
cable mast ej ection is considered to be unsafe, since a
haza rdous situation, such as motor explosion, may exist.
If th e nor ma l seq uence of events does not occur after
the FIRE switches are pressed on t he remote f iring box ,
the un it commander is notified immediately; then, as di-

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rected by the unit commander, the procedures prescribed " '


in TM 9-1425381-10 are performed.

Table l 1 Nomenclature Cross-Reference


Common

Official

AC generator set, or
ac power trailer

Trailer Mounted Diesel Engine


Generator Set PU 614/M

Assembly tester

Electronic Circuit Plug-In Unit


Test Set OQ-25/MSM-94

Azimuth laying
container

Guided Missile Azimuth Laying


Set Shipping and Storage Con
tainer XM521 and XM522

Azimuth laying control


box or ALCB
Azimuth laying set

Guided Missile Azimuth Orienta


tion Control Box C-7767 /G

Azimuth laying training


set

Guided Missile Azimuth Laying


Training Set XM79

Battery control central


or BCC

Guided Missile Battery Control


Central AN/MSW8

Card and module test


set or CMTS

Electronic Circuit Plug-In Unit


Test Set TS-2604/TSM-87

Computer

Missile Programmer Test Sta


tion Computer CP-988/TSM
87

Countdown control
panel assembly or
CDCP

Missile Programmer- Test Sta


tion Countdown Control Unit
AN/TSA-32

Cradle

Atomic Warhead Section Cradle


H4211B-1

Crane pack lifting sling


set

Multiple Leg Sling XM28

Erector-launcher 10-kw
generator and spare
wheel assembly
mounting kit

Guided Missile EquipmentVehicle


Accessory Kit XM219

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Guided Missile Azimuth Laying


Set XM78

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Table 1-1 . Nomenclature CrossReference-Contin ued


Common

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Erector-launcher or
EL

Guided Missile Semitrailer


Mounted Erector-Launcher
XM790

First and second stage


cradle

Guided Missile
XM12

First stage

Guided Missile Propulsion Sec


tion XMlOl

First stage blanket


First stage container

Electrically Heated Guided Missile Section Blanket XM7


Guided Missile Propulsion Section Shipping and Storage Coo
tainer XM475

First stage hoisting


beam

Guided Missile Hoisting Beam


XM33

Guidance section
blanket

Electrically Heated Guided Missile Section Blanket XM6

Guidance section
container

Guided Missile Guidance Section


Shipping and Storage Container
XM474

Guidance section
hoisting beam

Guided Missile Hoisting Beam


XM32

Guidance section or
GS

Guided Missile Guidance Section


AN/DJW-28 or AN/DJW-35

Instant air cylinder


and support rack
assembly

Air Servicer, Guided Missile Gyroscope

Maintenance panel
assembly or MP

Missile Programmer-Test Sta


tion Fault Locator AN/TSA-31

Missile

Surface Attack
XMGM-31A

Section Cradle

Guided Missile

Mounting kit

Mounting Kit, Power Station

Pneumatic test console

Guided Missile Pneumatic Test


Set AN/MSM-96

Power distribution set

Guided Missile System Power Dis


tribution Set AN/GSA-109 or
AN/GSA-111

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Table 1-1 Nomenclature CrossReference-Continued


Official

Common

Power station
equivalent or PSE

Trailer Mounted Guided Missile


System Power Station AN/
MJQ-3

Power station or PS

Transportable Guided Missile System Power Station AN/T JQ-3

Programmer-test
station or PTS

Transportable Guided Missile


Programmer-Test Station AN/
TSM-87

Programmer-test
station/power
station mounting kit

Transportable Guided Missile


Equipment Mounting Kit

Protector-sling

Atomic Warhead Section Protector-Sling H42l18-2

Radio terminal set and


winterization heater
mounting kit

Transportable Guided Missile


Equipment Mounting Kit

Radio terminal set or


RTS

Radio Terminal Set AN/TRC-80

Radio terminal set


10-kw generator
mounting kit

Guided Missile Equipment Mount


ing Kit XM 184

SCTS

Semitrailer Mounted Guided Mis


sile System-System Components Test Station AN/MSM-94

SCTS van

6-Ton 2-Wheel Electronic Van


Semitrailer 373A2

Second stage

Guided Missile Propulsion Section


XM102

Second stage blanket

Electrically Heated Guided Missile Section Blanket XM9

Second stage container

Guided Missile Propulsion Section Shipping and Storage Container XM4 76

Second stage hoisting


beam

Guided

Shelter

Electrical Equipment Shelter S


367 /TSM-87

'

1-6

Missile

Hoisting Beam

XM33

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Common

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Official

Shipping container
sling

Multiple Leg Sling XM27

T-zero tactical
simulator

T-Zero Tactical Simulator Guided


Missile System Training Set

Tape reader

Punched Tape Reader MX-7874/


TSM-87

Trainer

Training Guided Missile XM-19

Warhead section
or WS

Atomic Warhead Section XM28,


XM141, or XM142

WS container

Atomic Warhead Section Shipping


and Storage Container XM483

Table 1-2. Firing Site Torque Values


Item

Torque

Air vanes

22 in.-lb

Air vanes (in container)

27 in.-lb

Azimuth ring clamp assembly


screws

100 ft-lb (with missile);


18 ft-lb (without missile)

Azimuth ring clamp release


mechanism (before ring
clamp installation)

108 in.-lb

Azimuth ring clamp release


mechanism (after ring
clamp installation)

120 in.-lb

Connector adapter

Until adapter is seated


firmly against connector
shoulder, not exceeding
85 ft-lb torque.

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Table 1-2. Firing Site Torque Values-Continued


Torque

Item
Connector receptacle retaining
nut
Shell size 12
Shell size 16
Shell size 20

12 ft-lb
20 ft-lb
29 ft-lb

Container cover (WS)

47 ft-lb

Explosive bolt cartridges (detonators)

50 in.-lb

Forward and rear clamp ring


(guidance section container)

17 ft-lb

Forward clamp ring bolts

25 ft-lb (1st stage conta in er);


17 ft-lb (2nd stage conta in er)

Initiators (1st and 2nd stages)

15 ft-lb

Jet vane retainer bolt

35 in.-lb

Rear clamp ring bolts (1st and


2nd stage containers)

50 ft-lb

Splice band nuts (2nd


stageto-guidance section)

45 ft-lb

Retaining ring nuts

50 ft-lb (with missile);


20 ft-lb (without missile)

Rocket motor port plugs

16 ft-lb

Shaped charge retainerassemblies (rear screws only)

10 in.-lb

Splice band nuts (1st stage


to-2nd stage)

45 ft-lb

Splice band nuts (guidance


section-to-WS)

23 ft-lb (with warhead section):


10 ft-lb (without warhead
section)

Warhead section support plate


splice band bolt

55 in.-lb

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alert readiness status.

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Table 1-3. Commonly Used Abbreviations

AA
AC/DC DVM
ACAS
ACS
ADJ
ADV

ALCB
ALCP
AMPL
AOL
AOT
AOU
AUTO
AUX
B

BCC
CAS

cc

CDCP
CDP
CE
CFS
CM
CM
CMA
CMPNT
CMTS
CNM
CORR
CPE
CR
CRD
CRV
DEM OD

DIM
DIR
DIRAD
DOM

DP
DR
DR
EAC

EBW

EL
1-10

aiming azimuth
ac/ de differential voltmeter
assistant chief of ammunition section
assistant chief of section
adjust
advance
azimuth laying control box
azimuth laying control panel
amplifier
altitude of launch
altitude of target
azimuth oriented unit
automatic
auxiliary
signal bus
battery control central
chief of ammunition section
capacitor module
countdown control panel
central data processor
command element
chief of firing section
command module
crewman
cable mast assembly
component
card and module test set
circuit network module
correct
circular probable error
cross range
cross range displacement
cross range velocity
demodulator
data input multiplex
data input register
data input register to adder
data output multiplex
fuze decrement constant
data register
driver (vehicle)
end around carry
e~ploding bridgewire
erector-launcher

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Table 1-3. Commonly Used AbbreviationsContinued
EMP

ENA
ENC
ENDIR

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electro-magnetic pulse
enable A register
enable C register
enable data input register

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Table 1-3 . Commonly Used


Abbreviations-Continu ed

..,,,,

ENF
ENP
ENXL
EOL
EOT
EXT
FA
FAM
FAS
FASV
FC MON ITOR
FDT
FF
FIL
FS
FSN
GEN
GNC
GSR
HEFU
HEIS
HLT
HOB
HPS
Hz
INTG
INV
INVR
1/0
IR
IRI
LA L
LAT
LAY
LC
LCP
LOL
LOT
LPS
LSB
LSD
LSH

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enable F register
enable program co unter
enable index location register
easting of launch
ea sting of target
exte rnal
firing azimuth
firing azimuth in mils
fi eld alert status
fi eld alert status verification
frequency and constant monitor
fac ilities distribution t ra iler
flip- flop
filtered
firing section
Federal stock numbe r
generator
grid north correction
genera I support ro le
high energy firing un it
high energy initiate system
horizontal laying theodolite
height of burst
high -pressure switch
Hertz (cycles per second)
integrator
inverter
inverter
input/output
input register
information readout indicator
latitude of launch
latit ude of ta rget
laying
long coast
launch control pa nel assembly
longitude of launch
longitude of target
low-pressure switch
least significant bit
least significant digit
least significant half

1- 11

Table 1-3 . Commonly Used


Abbreviations-Continued
M
M
MAM
MB
MCP
MD
MOE
ME
MEAS
MH
MM
IMOD
MON
MP
MSB
MSD
MSH
NOL
NOT
NSG
OIC
OL
OLT
OP
OP
OR
OST
p

PC
PDB
PDS
I PLATF
PPS
PR
PS
PSE
PTS
PVC
PWR
Q
QD
QRA
R

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monitor module
multiplier consta nt
memory address multiplex
mea surement bus
master control pane l
matrix driver
manual data entry
monitor element
measurement
missile handler
monitor module
modulator
monitor
maintenance panel
most significant bit
most significant digit
most significant ha If
northing of launch
northing of target
north seeking gyro
officer in charge
orienting line
orienting line target
operation
operator
outp ut register
orienting station theodolite
program
printed circuit
power distribution box
power distribution system
platform
programmab le power supp ly
printer-receiver
power sta tion
power station equivalent
programmer-test station
programmable volta ge comparator
powe r
slant range velocity
quick disconnect
quick reaction a lert
reset (relay)

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Table 1-3. Commonly Used
Abbreviations-Continued

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REF
.REG
RET
RFB
RFBB
RFI
RG
RGZ
RTS

SA
SAD
SAV
SC
SCR

I.._/

scs

SCTS
SIM
S/N
SRO
SRV
SUB
SUPV
T
TAT
TEMP
TFS

tHEOO
TN

....,,., TP

TPRD
UN REG
UUT
VK
VLT

ws

WSS

C3

reference
regulated
return
remote firing box
remote firing box bus
radio frequency interference
range
range beyond ground zero
radio terminal set
set (relay)
slant altitude
slant altitude displacement
slant altitude velocity
short coast
silicon controlled rectifier
silicon controlled switch
system components test station
simulate
serial number
slant range displacemefrt
slant range velocity
substitute command
supervisor
guidance cutoff coefficient
target atmosphere
tern pera t~ re
thermal fuze battery ignition time
theodolite
test number
test point
tape reader
u n regulated
unit under test
fuze reference velocity
vertical laying theodolite
warhead section
warhead section simulator assembly

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CHAPTER 2
MISSILE, CONTAINERS, BLANKETS,
AND HOISTING BEAMS
(CONTENTS)

....,

'..._)

Item

Reference

Page

MISSILE
Missile section skin surface
damage criteria, maximum
limits ....................................
PERSHING missile ................
Surface damage criteria ............
Warhead section ablative coating
damagEt criteria, maximum
limits ...............................

Table 21
Fig. 2-1
Par. 2-1

2-4
2-6
2-3

Table 22

2-5

Fig. 22

2-9

Fig. 24
Par. 2-3
Table 23

2-11
2-7
2-8

Fig. 2-3
Par. 2-2

2-10
2-7

Fig. 2-5

2-12

26
2-8
2-7
2-4
2-9

2-14
2-18
2-16
2-13
2-i9

Par. 2-5
Fig. 2-10

2-20
2-21

Fig. 2-11

2-22

CONTAINERS
First stage shipping and storage
container ...............................
Guidance section shipping and
storage container ....................
Humidity indications ..................
Relative humidity indications .......
Second stage shipping and
storage container ....................
Tabulated data ..........................
Warhead section shipping and
storage container ....................

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BLANKETS
First stage blanket .....................
Guidance section blanket ............
Second stage blanket .................
Use of blankets .........................
Warhead section blanket ............
HOISTING BEAMS
Ancillary equipment tiedown kit. ..
Hoisting beams ..........................
Hoisting beam storage on
wrecker M543 ........................

Fig.
Fig.
Fig.
Par.
Fig.

21

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CHAPTER 2
MISSILE, CONTAINERS, BLANKETS,
AND HOISTING BEAMS
MISSILE
2-1. Surface Damage Criteria.

1...J

a. General. This paragraph specifies the surface damage criteria for accepting or rejecting the first and second
stages, the guidance section, and the warhead section.
The depth of surface defects can be determined with a
standard dial-indicating depth micrometer. The maximum
depth limits for scratches and gouges listed below are
based on the assumption that the surface finish in the
damaged area has not been removed. If the finish is re
moved, the allowable depth is 0.003 inch less than speci
fied. This limitation does not apply to dents. Refer to
TM 9-1100-37512, TM 9-1410-37534/l, and TM 91410-3751
35 for additional damage criteria information.
b. Definitions.
( 1) Crack. A partial fracture; when the part is not
completely divided.
( 2) Dent. A slight depression;
rounded hollow in a surface.

a small, smoothly

( 3) Gouge. Displacement of material from a surface,


due to a cutting or tearing action.
( 4) Nick. A sharp indentation in a surface, especially
on an edged part.
( 5) Open skin area. The area of skin surface that
is not reinforced and is not between reinforcing rivets,
spot welds, bolts, etc.
( 6) Reinforced skin area. The area of skin surface
that is reinforced from within and is between the rein
forcing rivets, spot welds, bolts, etc.
( 7) Scrape.- A broad scratch; a shallow surface blemish.
( 8) Scratch. Narrow and shallow displacement of material from a surface.

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0 .014
0 .013
0.010

0 .012
0.010

7 -314
2
6

9314
4

Open
skin
area 1

0 .021
0 .0 18

0.025
0.021
0.0 18

area '

Rein
for ced

1.00
0.100

0. 100
0.100
0.100

leng th
(in.)

Nicks

0.021
0 .017

0 .025
0 .023
0 .018

Open
skin
area '

4.00
4.00
4.00

4.00
4.00

4.00
4.00

0 .039
0.033

'
'

Width

4.00
4.00
4.00

l ength

0 .045
0.039
0 .035

Rein
forced
area '

Depth (in.)

0.080
0.072

0.080
0.080
0.063

Depth

Dents'

0.030
0 .030

0.030
0.030
0 .030

Slope
rate

Max i mum of two scratches or gouges in any 8-inch square.


No two den t s having a depth grea ter than 0.020 inch may be with in 10 inches of adjacent edges. Not more than four dent s
having a depth greater than 0.010 but less than 0.020 inch may be contained in any 8-inch square. Any dent having a
depth greater than 0.020 inch will be dye penetrant tested for surface cracks. Presence of surface cracks is cause for
rejection.

' If the fini sh is removed. the allowable dept h i s 0.003 inc h less t han specified.

First stage:
Aft body section
Forward ski rt
Guidance section
(all surfaces)
Second stage:
Aft body section
Forward skirt

Item '

len gth
(in .)

Depth (in.)

Scratches and gouges'

Table 2-1. Missile Section Skin Surface Damage Criteria, Maximum Limits

Table 2-2. Warhead Section Ablative


Coating Damage Criteria, Maximum Limits
Chips, scratches, dents
Length
(in.)

Depth
(in.)

Area
(sq in.)

Forward surface
(nose cone)

0.030

0.25

Aft area

0.062

0.50

Item

c. Motor Bottle Cylindrical Outer Surface.


( 1 ) Scratches. Any scratch that penetrates the pro
tective finish into the metal is cause for rejection. If only
the protective finish has been damaged, it may be repaired.
( 2) Dents. Any dent is cause for rejection.
d. Missile Components. For maximum acceptable limits
of damage to the surfaces of missile components, refer
to DS maintenance.
e. Air Vanes (flat Surfaces).
( 1) Depth of scratch or gouge: 0.02 inch
( 2) Width of scratch or gouge: 0.05 inch
( 3) Spa nwise (direction from inside edge to outside
edge of vane) length of scratch or gouge: 3.0 inches
( 4) Chordwise (direction from leading edge to trail
ing edge of vane) length of scratch or gouge: 5.0 inches
f. Air Vanes (Leading Edge).
( 1) Tip damage along leading, inner, or outer edges:
1.0 inch

(2) Total tip damage: 0.5 square inch


( 3) Depth of nicks: 0.1 O inch
( 4) Does not include more than three nicks (depths):
0.03 inch

g. Jet Vanes.
Any damage to jet vane may be cause for rejection. Replace
damaged jet vane and refer jet vane to OS for dye penetrant
test and disposition.

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SECOND
STAGE

GUIDANCE
SECTION

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Figure 2-1. PERSHING missile.

NOTES:
1. AIR VANE 1 IS LOCATED UNDER HORIZONTAL MISSILE WHEN ON EL.
2. APPROX WEIGHT: 10,275 LB (4,664 KG).

AIR VANE
LOCATIONS)
(SEE NOTE 1

01Ii~

40.0IN.

(1.02 M)

FIRST
STAGE

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WARHEAD
SECTION

_)

CONTAINERS
2-2. Tabulated Data.
Weights of tactically loaded truck M55 with:
First stage in container ............... 32, 793 lb {14,874 kg)
Second stage and guidance section
in containers .......................... 33,480 lb {l 5, 186 kg)
Warhead section in container ...... 27, l 06 lb ( 12,295 kg)

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2-3. Humidity Indications.


a. General. Table 2.3 lists the humidity indications for
checking the internal relative humidity of missile section
containers. For additional information related to humidity indi-1
cator, refer to TM 9-8140-380-24.
b. Indicator Dot Color.
( 1 ) B (blue). Indicates that percentage of relative
humidity is below number on dot. Example: If 30% dot
is blue, relative humidity is below 30%.
( 2) L (lavender or white). Indicates that percentage
of relative humidity is equal to number on dot. Example:
If 30% dot is lavender or white, relative humidity is 30%.
( 3) P (pink). Indicates that percentage of relative
humidity is above number on dot. Example: If 30% dot
is pink, relative humidity is above 30%.
c. Percentage of Relative Humidity. The relative humidity
readings are accurate only if the container has been sealed
for the previous 24-hour period.

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p
p

B
B
B
B
L

40

B
B
B
B
B
L
p

50
Desiccant control

Very good
Good
Poor
Bad
Bad
Bad
Bad

Percentage of relative
humidity

Under 20
20
30
35
40
50
Over 50

Inspect every 24 hours.


Inspect every 24 hours.
Change desiccant.
Change desiccant.
Change desiccant.
Change desiccant.
Change desiccant.

Maintenance required 1

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When missile section is in container, refer to TM 9-1410-375-12 for missile section and missile section humidity
indicators maintenance.

p
p
p
p

B
B
L

B
L

p
p
p
p
p

30

Indicator dot color

20

Table 2-3. Relative Humidity Indications

N
ID

n
...,

l_

BEARING SURFACE
a9 . 0IN.(l.OO M)X
3.62 !N.(0.09 M)
(TYP, BOTH SIDES)
NOTE:
EMPTY WEIGHT:

8 , 950
(4, 059. 72)
8, 950
(4, 059. 72 )
8,950
(4, 059. 7 2)
8,950
(4, 059. 72)

DIM.
35.5
(0.90)
66.8
(1. 70)
35. 2 37.0 36.9
(0.89) (0. 94) (0.94)
iO. l 63.3 64. 8
(1. 78) (1.61) (1.65)

37.4

37. 0

II. ... .,

BEARING SURFACE
57.0lN. (l,45M)X
3.62 IN. (0.09 M)
(TYP, BOTH SIDES)

CONTAIN ER WITH STEEL COVE RS AND RINGS 3 , 710 LB (1,683 KG~


CONTAINE R W ITH ALUMINUM COVERS AND RIN GS 3 ,367 LB (l,527 KG).

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3 . 75 JN.

I (0.10 M)

FSNB-17BI

62.9 64.1 63.3 64.8


(1. 60) (1.63) ( 1. 6 1) (1. 65)

Figure 2-2. First stage shipping and storage conta iner.

LIFT POINTS (TYP, BOTH SIDES)

36. 9

(J. 01) (0. 95) (0.94) (0.94)

39. 9

C/ G LOCATION IN INCHES (METERS)


TAC
TNR
!NERT
MSL
MSL
MSL

EMPTY

QONTA!NER WITH STEEL COVERS AND RINGS


CONTAINER WITH ALUMINUM COVERS AND RINGS
144. 5 JN.
- - -- - - (3.67 M ) - - - - - - l
r 6 5 . 2 IN.

19,500
10,300
(8, 845. 20) (4, 672. 08)
10,300
19, 500
(8, 845. 20)
(4, 672. 08)
19,500
10, 300
(8, 845. 20) (4,672. 08)
19,500
10,300
(8, 845. 20)
(4, 672. 08)

TIEOOWN POINTS
(TYP , BOTH SIDES)

MAX TIEDOWN LOADS IN POUNDS O<lLOGRAMS)


..
POINT
FWD
AFT
OUTBD
DOWN

...

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OUTBD

II

DIM

..

35.7
(0.91)
70.2
(1. 78)

EMPTY

34.6
(0.88)
66.'7
(1.69)

39.9
(1. 01)
62.9
(1.60)

30.9
(0.78)
42. 5
(l. 08)

A
31.7
(0.81)
43.7
(1.11)

TNR
MSL

..

37.4
(0.95)
64.1
(1.63)

TAC
MSL

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Figure 2-3. Second stage shipping and storage container.

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8,950
(4, 059.72)
8,950
(4,059. 72)
8,950
(4, 059. 72)
8,950
(4,059.72)

DOWN

36.9
(0.94)
63.3
(1.61)

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FSNB-16BI

64.8
(l.65)

37.4
(0.95)

INERT
MSL

CONTAINER WITH STEEL COVERS AND RINGS


A CONTAINER WITH ALUMINUM COVERS AND RINGS
144. 5 IN.
i . . . - - - - - (3. 67 M)'-------<111>1
LIFT POINTS (TYP, BOTH SIDES)

BEARING SURFACE l_~


39. 0 IN. (1. 00 M)
X 3. 62 IN. (0. 09 M)
(TYP, BOTH SIDES)
NOTE:
EMP.TY WEIGHT:

TOW POINT
(TYP, BOTH SIDES)

TIEDOWN POINTS
(TYP, BOTH SIDES)

AFT

10, 300
19, 500
(8,845.20) (4,672.08)
19,500
10, 300
(4,672. 08)
(8,845. 20)
10,300
19,500
(8,845.20) (4,672 .08)
19,500
10, 300
(8, 845. 20)
(4,672. 08)

FWD

POINT

C/0 LOCATION IN INCHES (METERS)

......

n
...,

LIFT

8,950
10,300
(4, 672. 08) (4,059.72)
8, 950
10,300
(4 , 672. 08) (4, 059. 72)
0

....

....

29.8 29.5 30.9 31.7 30. 9


0. 76) (0. 75) 0.78 ) (0.81) k0. 78)
43.4 45.3 42,5 43. 9 42.5
( 1.10) (I.IS) (1.08) (I. 12) (1.08)

....

....

31. 7 31. 2 30.7


(0. 81) (0.79 0. 78)
43.7 45. 8 47.2
(l.ll) (1.16) (l.20)

INERT
G&C

NO LIFT,
NO T IEOOWN

4.0 IN.
(0.10 M )

C ONTAINER WITH STEE L COVERS AND RINGS


A CONTAINER W ITH ALUM INUM COVERS AND RINGS

D IM.

C/G LOCATION IN INCHES (METERS


TNR
EMPTY
TAC G& C
G&C

Figure 2 -4 . Guidance section shipping and


storage co ntainer .

TOW POINT
BEARING SURFACE
- - - t..+--- 1---36. 0 IN.
(TYP, BOTH SIDES)
22. 5 IN. (0. 57 M)
(0.91 M)
X 3. 62 IN. (0. 009 M)
89. 3 !N.
I
65.0IN,
(TYP,4 PLACES)
(2. 27 M ) - - - - ,
~(I. 65 M)
NOTE :
CONTAINER WITH STEEL COVERS AND RINGS 1,962 LB (890 KG ).
EMPTY WEIGHT:
CONTAINER WITH ALUM INUM COVERS AND RINGS 1,850 LB (839 KG).
FSNB-IBBI

TOW POINT
(TYP, BOTH S lDES )

TIEOOWN POINTS
(TY P,BOTH SIDES)

(8,84~ . 2)

19,500
(8 ,845.2)

19,500

MAX TIEDOWN LOADS IN POUNDS (KILOGRAMS)


DOWN
POINT
FWD
A FT
OUTBD

...~

FORK LIFT
(TYP, EACH SIDE)

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FSNB-8

1. 50 IN.
(0. 03 M)
GRDCL
AND SKID
HEIGHT

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--~--~--.

Figure 2-5. Warhead section shipping and


storage container.

NOTE:
EMPTY WEIGHT: 2, 316 LB (1, 050 KG).

TOW POINTS
( 2 EACH END)

~4,26M/

~--------':....__l67.90IN.

(2.11 M)

..__ _ _ 83. 0 IN ._ _ ___

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BLANKETS
2-4. Use of Blankets.
- I._/

a. General. All missile sections can be stored in containers at temperatures as low as -31.7C (-25F)
without use of heating blankets.
b. First and Second Stage Blankets. First and second
stages in containers can be exposed to temperatures as
low as -53.8C (-65F), with wind velocities up to
40 mph (64 kmph), for up to 1 week after removal of
power for heating or after a temperature drop, providing
the sections have previously been conditioned to -6.7C
(20F). Hydraulic actuator blankets are used during the
confidence and standard countdown when the ambient ternperature is -6.7C (20F) or below and 30 minutes prior to
starting the power station when the ambient temperature is
-31.7C (-25F) or below. Refer to TM 9-1410-375-12 for
procedures for installing and removing first stage and second
stage blankets.

c. Guidance Section. If a missile is to be fired in a


minimum time period, the guidance section must be preconditioned. Refer to TM 9-1410-375-12 for procedures
for preconditioning the guidance section.
d. Warhead Section. The warhead section conditioning
kit must be installed when the ambient temperature is
-31.7C (-25F) or lower. If the missile is to be fired
in a minimum time period, the warhead section must
be preconditioned to operating temperature. Refer to TM
9-1425-381-10 for procedures for preconditioning the warhead
section, and installing and removing the warhead section
blanket.

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2-14

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1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12

{1

Legend.

Initiator access flap


Hoist point access flap (2)
Lanyard
Main blanket section
Hydraulic actuation package access flap (2)
Power connector
Hoist point access flap (2)
Tail plug access flap
End cover (2)
Zipper
Closing strip
Lanyard

Figure 2-6. First stage blanket -

2-16

........~

Legend.

Lanyard
Small blanket closing strip
Top band
Interconnecting power cable
Hoist point access flap (2)
Initiator access flap (2)
Connecting strap
Front blanket section
Bottom band
Lanyard
Rear blanket section
Hydraulic actuation package access flap (2)
Power connector
Hoist point access flap (2)
Overlap flap
End cover (2)
Zipper
Closing strip
Connecting strap

Figure 2-7. Second stage blanket -

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19

4
5

FSNB-25

1
2
3
4
5
6
7

Main blanket
Cable mast hood
Power connector
Front end cover
Rear end cover
Umbilical door access flap
- Porro prism access flap

Figure 2-8. Guidance section blanket.

2-18

IO

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...

REAR FLAP

HEATING BLANKET

HOOK TAPE

ST RAP (2)
LE NGTH
36 FT

Figure 2-9. Warhead section blanket.

ST RAP (3)

PILE TAPE

ELECT RICAL
CONNECTOR (2)

(.

FSNB-29

END COVER

(_

HOISTING BEAMS

2-5. Ancillary Equipment Tiedown Kit.


The tiedown ki t consists of webbing straps a nd r etaining
and mounting brackets that sec ure the support tu bes and
disassem bled hoisting beams to wrecker M543. Stor e
the fo llowing as shown in figure 2- 11: frames ( forward
and rea r ) and spreader and chann el bea ms of the fir st
and second stage hoisti ng beams; suppo rt t ubes; and
sections (forward and r ea r ) and t ube assembly of the
gu idance section hoistin g bea m.

2-20

51.42 IN.
I~
-47.18 IN.
(1.31 M)"'t
~ (1.20 M)

B. FOR FIRST OR SECOND ST AGE

NOTES:
1. GUIDANCE SECTION HOISTING BEAM
WEIGHT: 51 LB (23 KG).
2. FIRST OR SECOND STAGE HOISTING
BEAM WEIGHT:246 LB (111 KG).

FSNB-4

Figure 2-10. Hoisting beams.

2-21

FSNB-26

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8

...:
-

9 1O 11 12 13 14 15 16 -

Strap assembly
Support tube (4) and spreader beam assembly (2)
Strap assembly
Strap assembly
Retaining bracket
Channel beam (right a nd left) (4 )
Retaining bracket
Frame (forward and rear), section (forward and
rear), and tube assembly
Strap assembly
Storage bracket
Strap assembly
Strap assembly
Strap assembly
Frame (forward a nd rear)
Strap assembly (3)
Mounting bracket (2)

Figure 2-11. Hoisting beam storage on wrecker M543.

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CHAPTER 3
ERECTOR-LAUNCHER
(CONTENTS)
Item

EL electrical circuit test set .............. .


EL electrical circuit test set indicator
functions ....................
'W EL (less missile) physical data .....
EL (with missile and XM757)
transportation data ................
Functional data ..................
Physical data ....................
Warhead section handling device.....

Reference
Par. 3.3
Table 3-1
Fig. 31
Fig.
Par.
Par.
Fig.

3-2
3-2

Page

3-8
3-8

3-6
3-5

3-3

3-1

3-3

3-3

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CHAPTER 3
ERECTOR-LAUNCHER
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3 -1 Physical Data
a. Weight.
EL with cable mast ........................... 18,727 lb (8,495 kg)
Cable mast .............................................. 308 lb ( 140 kg)
EL .................................................. 18,497 lb {8,390 kg) I
Azimuth ringassembly .......................... 1,433 lb (650 kg)
Front jack ............................................... 290 lb ( 132 kg)
Rear jack ................................................ 312 lb ( 142 kg)
Hydraulic oil tank ..................................... 95.6 lb ( 43 kg)
b. Wheels.
Size ........................................................ 19.5 by 13.0 in.
c. Pneumatic Tires.
Size ............... 16.5 by 19.5 in. 10 ply (plus 1 breaker ply)
Rating .......................................................... 16 ply rating
Operating pressure (nominal) ........................... 45 psig air
d. Hydraulic Reservoir Capacity.
Full (upper line on sight gage) ........... 33 gal ( 124.9 liters)
(Use hydraulic oil MIL-H-81019 (FSN 9150-935-7148) or
MIL-H-5606 (FSN 9150-265-9408).)
e. Fire Extinguishers.
Type .......................................................Vaporizing liquid
Extinguishing agent ................. Monobromotrifl uorom ethane
Stabilizing agent .................................................. Nitrogen

f. Davit Assembly.
Lifting capacity ..................................... 1,300 lb ( 590 kg)

'-" 3-2. Functional Data.


a. EL Input Requirements.
Electrical. ................... 120/208v, 3-phase, 400-Hz, 45-kw
generator. (Use 10-kw generator for limited use)
Pneumatic:
Cable mast assembly and clamp
release mechanism ............................... 3,000 psig air
Hydrau1ic accumulator
(precharge) ........... 850 to 1,000 psig nitrogen (925 to
1,000 psig when operating in temperature below -31.7C (-25F))
b. EL and Tractor XM757 Turn Radius.
Left turn ....................................................42.5 ft ( 13 m)
Right turn ..................................................42.5 ft { 13 m)

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c. Travel and Emplacement Limits.


Maximum tractor XM757 and EL cruising
speed (improved roadway) ................ 50 mph (81 kmph)
Maximum ground slope for EL emplacement. .................. 6
Maximum wind velocity (with missile
erected) ................... 40 mph (64 kmph) steady; 60 mph l. 1
(97 kmph) gusts.._.,
Maximum fording depth ............................ 40 in. ( 102 cm)
d. Change of Azimuth Method and Limits.
Method ............................................ Manual (crank) drive
Limits ............................. 1,582 mils to either side of 0 mil

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NOTE:

Figure 3-1. EL (less missile) physical data.

WEIGHT: 18,727 LB (8,495 KG).

j_

(2. 75 M)

REDUCIBLE
TO 108.45 IN.

(2.97 M)

T 117.tIN.

FSNB-22BI

TIEDOWN LIMIT LOADS IN POUNDS UCILOGRAMS>


POINTS ( TYP BOTH SIDES )
:FWD
AFT
INBD
OUTBD
UP
DOWN
a
15, 000 (6, 804) 15. 000 (6, 804) 15, 000 (6. 804) 15. 000 (6, 804) 30. 000(13, 608 30. 000(13, 608)
b,h
36. 000(16, 330) 36, 000(16. 330) 9, 4110 (4, Z87) 9,450 (4,4'1111 ~6. 000(16,330) 6. 000(16,330)
c,d
22. 500(10, 206) 22. 500(10, 206) 22. 500(10. 206) 22. 500(10, 206) 45, 000(20, 412) 5. 000(20. 412)
45. 000(20, 41.r; 115. 000(20, 412) 30. 000(13, 608) 30. 000(13, 608) 30. 000(13, 608) 0, 000(13. 608)
e,f
g
45, 000(20, 412 45, 000(20, 412) 15. 000(6, 804) 15, 000 (6, 804) 45,000(20,412) 5,000(20, 412)

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450.75 IN.( 11.45 M)

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AZIMUTH MANUAL
DRIVE (REMOVABLE)

NOTES:
1. TURNING RADIUS: 42.5 FT
(12.95 M).
2. AXLE LOADS:
A & B-10,336 LB (4,688 KG) EACH.
C & D 4 6,397 LB (2,890 KG) EACH.
E & F-6,306 LB (2,860 KG) EACH.
3. WEIGHT: 46,546 LB (21,113 KG).

FSNB-2IBI

Figure 3-2. EL (with missile and XM757)


transportation data.

1 1 9 - - - - - - - - - - - 5 7 0 . 0 IN. (14.48 M)

g
i,j,k,1
m,n

e,r

c,

b,h

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.:...

(")

HOLE A
(WS +SLING)
AND SHACKLE
HOLEC
(DO NOT USE)

HOLED
(WS + SLING + CRADLE)
HOLE B
(SLING ONLY OR
SLING + CRADLE)

16.4 IN.
(0.42 M)

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Figure 3-3. Warhead section handling device.

FSNB-20CI

-===="~-!JM).

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57.8
IN,
(1.47 M)
- - - - - - - - - - 148.5 IN.
j.-40.5 IN.
NOTES:
(3. 77 Ml
(1,03 M)
l. EMPTY WEIGHT: SLING -228 LB (103.4 KG)
CRADLE -267 LB (121. l KG)
SLING + CRADLE -495 LB (224.S KG)
2. USE HANDLES ON FORWARD COVER ONLY FOR GUIDING PROTECTOR-SLING.
3. ATTACH BELT TO SLING BEFORE MATING WS TO SLING.

3-3. EL Electrical Circuit Test Set.


a. The EL electrical circuit test set {tester), with decables 98W 1, 98W2, and 98W3 is used to locate
and isolate electrical malfunctions in the EL or to verify the
operation of the EL.
b. Table 3-1 lists the functions of the indicators on the...._.,
tester. An indicator lights when an electrical command or
voltage reference of the EL under test is being verified.

1 tachable

Table 3-1. EL Electrical Circuit Test Set


Indicator Functions
Indicator

Function

AlJ2
5
6
10
11
15
16
18
19
22
23
24
27
28
30
31
32
33
35
37
40

Dangerous tilt (PTS)


Warhead mated
EL charging
EL charged
EL leveling
ST-120 platform heater
EL level
Erect No. 1 supv
Auto seq selected
MSL vertical
Boom clear
Spare
Spare
Spare
LlO bus ac
Spare
Spare
Spare
Horn voltage
MSL thermostat

"-r"

AlJ4
1
2
3
4
5
6
7

38

Shut off valve supv


Front manual sw retract
Curb manual sw retract
Road manual sw retract
28vdc supply supv
Uplocks
Front manual sw extend

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Table 3-1 EL Electrical Circuit Test
Set Indicator Functions-Continued

....

Indicator

Function
A1J4-Continued

-'

8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
thru
41
42
43
44
45

Curb manual sw extend


Road manual sw extend
Pump enable
Final pressure S4
Boom down supervision
Spare
Pump motor
ST-120 temp ok
Rear low
Front low
Curb low
Road low
Front jack temp supv
Final pressure
Dangerous tilt slave
Boom down
Auto level
Launch pad up supv
Solenoid down supv
Front jack retract
Solenoid up supv
Front jack extend
Curb jack extend
Curb jack retract
Road jack extend
Road jack retract
Curb jack temp supv
Dangerous tilt (output)
Boom clear
Standby
Spare
Level condition
Road jack temp supv
Spare
+ 28v ( + 0400) bus supv

3.9

Table 3-1. EL Electrical Circuit Test Set


Indicator Functions-Continued
Indicator

Function
AlJ4-Continued

46

Spare

thru

50
51
52
53
54
55
57
58
59
60

3-10

Pump voltage-ac
Curb j ack motor - ac
Front jack motor-ac
Road jack motor-ac
LlO to de supply-ac
L20 to de supply-ac
L30 to de supply-ac
Spare
Spare

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CHAPTER 4
PROGRAMMER-TEST STATION
(CONTENTS)
Item
Adapter diagnostic test modes ......... .
Adapter malfunction display codes ... .
CMTS malfunction display codes ......
Conditions causing short hold that
operator can control. ...................
Conditions causing short hold that
operator cannot control ................ .
Jumper cap information ..................
Manual data entry .......................
Power distribution buses .................
Program tapes and containers ......... .
PTS interior, left side ......................
PTS interior, right side .................... .
PTS shelter physical data ................ .
PTSPS transportation data ............. ..
Quick count sequence ......................... .

Signals on connector pins of PTS


cable entry panels ....................... .
Standard count sequences ................... .

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Reference

Page

Par. 4.5
4-32
Table 4.4 4-12.51
Table 4.5 414.1
Table 4-2

4-9 ~

Table 4-3
Table 48
Par. 4-1
Table 4.7
Table 41
Fig. 4.3
Fig. 4-4
Fig. 41
Fig. 4-2
Par. 4-3

4-12
4.33
4.3
4-31
4-9
4.37
4-38
4-35
4-36
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Table 4-6
Par. 4-2

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CHAPTER 4
PROGRAMMER-TEST STATION
I._,) 4-1 Manual Data Entry.

a. 01 SPL (Spheroid of Launch). Represents firing PO


sition location in one of six spheroids of the earth. This
value is used to compensate for curvature of earth in the
specific spheroid.
0 International
1 Clarke 1866
2 Everest

3 Clarke 1880
4 Bessel
5 Clarke 1858

b. 02 AOL (Altitude of Launch). Represents altitude in


meters of firing position above ( +) or below ( - ) sea level.
c. 03 ZOL (Zone of Launch). Firing position in one of
60 zones of earth in the UTM system. Zero is used for
this entry when Geographic system is used.
Note
In determining EOL (d below) and the EOT (k
below), it should be noted that the westmost position of zone is 150,000 meters, midzone is
500,000 meters, and eastmost position of zone is
850,000 meters. Therefore, EOL and EOT must
be somewhere between 150,000 and 850,000
meters.

-.,,,,,,;

d. 04 EOL (Easting of Launch). UTM system. Firing


position in meters as measured on an east-west line in
zone which the missile is located.
e. 04 LAL (latitude of Launch). Geographic system.
Firing position in Northern ( +) or Southern ( - ) Hemi
sphere. Value is in degrees, minutes, seconds and tenths
of seconds. Never greater than 90 degrees.
f. 05 NOL (Northing of Launch). UTM system. Number
of meters north or south of equator. Northern Hemisphere
0 to 10,000,000 meters from equator to north pole.
Southern Hemisphere -10,000,000 to -0 meters from
equator to south pole.
g. 05 LOL (Longitude of Launch). Geographic system.
Represents firing position in Eastern ( - ) or Western ( +)
Hemisphere. Value is in degrees, minutes, seconds, and
tenths of seconds.

4.3

h. 06 SPT (Spheroid of Target). Same as SPL, except


that it represents location of target.

i. 07 AOT (Altitude of Target). Same as AOL, except that


it represents altitude of target.

j. 08 ZOT (Zone of Target). Same as ZOL, except that it rep


resents zone of target.

k. 09 EQT (Easting of Target). Same as EOL, except


that it represents location of target.

I. 09 LAT (Latitude of Target) . Same as LAL , except


that it represents location of target.
m. 10 NOT (Northing of Target) . Same as NOL, except
that it represents loca tion of target.
n. 10 LOT (Longitude of Target). Same as LOL , except
that it represents loca tion of target.
o. 11 HOB ( Height of Burst) . First digit represe nts type
of burst.
Air burst
2 Air I surface burst
3 Surface burst
The r emainder of th is entry specifies height in meters
above target at which warhead detonation will occur.
p. 12 TAT (Target Atmosphere). A numeric va lu e of one
or two digits representing atmosphere of target. Th e TAT
selected mu st co rrespond to one of three TATS selec ted
at start of count.

I 4-2.

Standard Count Sequences.

a. Program Entry.
( 1) System cabl es connected.
(2) Firing position equipment readied for countdown.
(3) Block I of countdown tape loaded.
(4) Checksum of memory.
(5) TATS se lected.
( 6) Block 11 of countdown tape loaded and tape is
rewound .
b. Computer SelfTest.
( 1) Che ck of te leprinter.
(2) Checksum of memory.
(3) Mode selection (confidence, standard , quick).

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( 4) Computer self-test.
c. Manual Data Entry.
( 1) Enter set number.
(2) Enter MDE's.

(3) Compute firing equations.


d. Adapter SelfTest.
( 1) Perform limited self-test of adapter.
(2) Display FAM.

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e. Initial Monitor.
( 1) Cable checks.
(2) Missile identification check.
f. Monitor Scan. Start monitor scan. (Repeated at I-second
intervals throughout program.)
g. Missile Power. Power applied to missile.
h. Range Select.
( 1) Range selection applied to missile.
(2) Voltage check of missile buses.
(3) Inverter voltage monitor.
i. Set T and Offset Integrate.
( 1) Set T test.
(2) Offset velocity integrate test.
j. Warhead Preset and Verification. Warhead preset and ver
ified for flight.
k. Guidance Computer Test.
"(1) Preset integration test.

(2) Inverter voltage and frequency monitors.


I. Platform Enable. Uncage ST-120.
m. Set ERBFast Erect. Ball and disc integrate.
n. Set ERB-Slow Erect.
o. SA+CR Arm Test.
( 1) Platform level test.
(2) Pitch program test.
p. Controls Test.
(1) Gimbal temperature check.

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(2) First and second stage pumps on.

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4.5

(3) Control seal-in test.


(4) Test of control computer and actuators.
q. Simulated Flight. Simulated flight test.
r. Azimuth Lay Coarse. ST 120 torqued to firing azimuth.
s. Guidance Preset and Verification.
( 1) Preset SRV and SRO.
(2) Verify SRV and SRO.
t. Azimuth Lay Fine.
u. Acceleration Monitor.
(1) SR accelerometer.

(2) CR accelerometer.
(3) SA accelerometer.
v. Burst Select.
( 1) Air, surface, or air/surface select.
(2) Lay complete.

w. Preremote Monitor.
(1) EL charged and level.
(2) Select auto sequence.
(3) Azimuth ring clamp removed monitor.
(4) Arm launch control panel.
(5) Select remote.
x. Remote.
(1) Clear area warning.
(2) Inverter frequency and voltage monitor.
y. Launch sequence initiation.
( 1) Fire switches pressed.
(2) 3,000 psi monitor.
z. Erection.
( 1) First and second stage pumps on.
(2) Missile vertical supervision.
(3) Battery activate.
aa. Fire Sequence.
( 1) EBW monitor.
(2) Control sealin monitors.
(3) Vane lock.

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(4) Battery voltage check.
(5) Fire explosive switches.
(6) Mast eject.
(7) First stage ignition.

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(8) Lift-off.

4-3. Quick Count Sequence.


a. Program Entry. Terminate alert readiness.
b. Computer Self-Test (not performed in quick count).
( 1) Check of teleprinter.
(2) Checksum of memory.
(3) Mode selection.

c. Manual Data Entry. Enter set number.


d. Adapter Self Test. Perform limited self-test of adapter
(CMT, CRG, MMO, PON).
e. Initial Monitor.
( 1) Cable checks.
(2) Missile identification check.
f. Monitor Scan. Start monitor scan. (Repeated at lsecond
intervals throughout program.)
g. Missile Power. Power applied to missile.
h. Range Select.
( 1) Range selection applied to missile.
(2) Display FAM.

(3)
(4)

Inverter voltage monitor.


Verify SRV preset.

i. Platform Enable. Un cage ST -120.


>.._)

j. Set ERB-Fast Erect


( 1) ERB prep.
(2) Gimbal temperature check.
k. Burst Select.
( 1) Burst selection verified.

(2) Set ERB.

I. Auto Slew.

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4.7

m. Azimuth Lay Coarse. STl20 torqued to firi ng azimuth.


n. Acceleration Monitor.
( 1) SR accelerometer.
(2) Lay complete.
o. Prerem ote Monitor.
( 1) EL charged and level.
(2) Azimuth ring switch supervisio n.
( 3) Arm laun ch control panel.
( 4) Select remot e.
p. Remote.
( 1) Clear area warning.
(2) Inver ter voltage and frequency monitor.
q. Launch Sequence Initiation.
( 1) Fire switches pressed.
( 2) 3000 psi monitor.
r. Erection.
(1) Fi rst and second stage pumps on.

(2) Missile vert ical supe rvi sion.


( 3) Battery activate.
s. Fire Sequenc e.
(1) EBW mon it or.

(2) Control sealin monitors.


(3 ) Vane lock.

(4)

Battery voltage check.

( 5 ) Fire explosive switches.

(6) Ma st eject.
(7) First stage ignit ion.
(8) Lift -off .

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Table 4-2. Conditions Causing Short Hold
That Operator Can Control-Continued
Phase/IRI display
Missile Power
TURN MSL ON
L-J

...,.

Condition

Missile power not turned on.

Set T
None

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Table 4-1. Program Tapes and Containers
Container/tape
reference No.

Item

",../

11051854/11051804
11051851/11051801
11051860/11052764

Adapter diagnostic
CMTS diagnostic
Computer diagnostic
\._/

Individual missile sections


in-container

11051852/11051802

Missile less warhead section


in-container

11051853/11051803

Tactical program tape

11051862/11051812
11051855/11051805

Tactical training program tape

11051865/11051815
11053110/11053060

UUT tapes for CMTS

Table 4-2. Conditions Causing Short Hold


That Operator Can Control
Phase/IRI display
~

Condition

Ground Power and TAT


Selection
None
MOE, Self-Test, and Initial
Monitor
PRINT INOP

Printer not turned on or not op


erating. (Refer to paragraph

3-27.)
KEY SW TO LOCAL

MTEWH 1

LOCAL/REMOTE key switch


turned to REMOTE. Turn switch
to LOCAL and press COUNTING
switch.
EL control panel warhead switch
not set to WHO MATED.

See footnote at end of table.


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Table 4-2. Conditions Causing Short Hold


That Operator Can Control-Continued
Phase/IRI display
EL PREP'

ACT CLD 1

Condition

EL control panel MODE selector


switch not turned to LOCAL
and/or automatic leveling not
initiated.
Oil temperature of hydraulic actuation assemblies below
-31.7C (-25F).
Notify supervisor of display.
When directed by supervisor,
press COUNTING switch.
SAFE/ ARM switch not turned to
SAFE.
~
EL control panel MODE selector
switch turned to AUTOMATIC
SEQUENCE.
Request supervisor to direct EL
operator to turn MODE selector
switch to LOCAL.
Azimuth ring clamp sections not
installed.

'-"

SAFE LCP
IMP EL MODE

MTE CLMP 1
Missile Power
TURN MSL ON

Missile power not turned on.

SetT
None
Warhead Preset and
Verification
None
Guidance Computer Test
None
Controls Test
None
Simulated Flight
None
Guidance Preset and
Verification
LAY TMR

MONITOR switch not pressed.

'91

See footnote at end of table.

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Table 4-2. Conditions Causing Short Hold


That Operator Can Cont'~Continued
Phase/IRI display

Condition

-~

Accelerometer Monitor
AIR
SUR
A/S
~

Horizontal Laying
Verification
IMP EL MODE

MTE CLMP 2
CNF CD 4

EL control panel MODE selector


switch turned to AUTOMATIC
SEQUENCE.
Request supervisor to direct EL
operator to turn MODE selector
switch to LOCAL.
COMPLETE (or LAY COMPLETE)
switch not pressed.
Missile erection for vertical lay.
SAFE/ARM switch not turned to
SAFE.
EL control panel MODE selector
switch not turned to AUTO
MATIC SEQUENCE.
SAFE/ARM switch not turned to
ARM.
Azimuth ring clamp sections in
stalled.
Theodolite operator requires
more time to lay the ST-120.
MONITOR switch not pressed.
Prepare for vertical lay remote
phase or for standard (or quick)
erect and fire.
Prepare for vertical lay erection.
End of confidence count.

Remote
RMTE RECYCL 3

Selected recycle to laying phase.

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LAY COMPL
VL 2
SAFE LCP 2
AUTO SEQ 3
ARM LCP 3
REM CLMP 3
LAY RECYCL
LAYTMR
SEL RMTE3

1...,1

2
3
4

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MDE specified air burst.


MDE specified surface burst.
MDE specified air burst with sur
face backup.

Hold not applicable for a quick erect and fire sequence.


Hold applicable only for vertical laying.
Hold not applicable for a confidence count.
Hold applicable only for a confidence count.

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Table 4-3. Conditions Causing Short Hold That


Operator Cannot Control
Phase/IRI display

Condition

Ground Power and


TAT Selection
None

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Remarks
Note
The time intervals
specified below
assume usual environmental conditions and no operator errors. If specitied hold time intervals are exceeded,
notify supervisor
before proceeding
with maintenance.

MOE, Self-Test, and


Initial Monitor

'-1'

None
Missile Power
NO 1200 PSI

High-pressure air
pressure below
1,200 psig.

2 minutes

PLT CLO

ST-120 base plate


temperature below 0C (32F).

1 minute

GD CMP CLO

Guidance computer ternperature below


6C (42.8F).

1 minute

Set T
None
Warhead Preset and
Verification
None

---

......
4-12

C4

r
Table 4-3. Conditions Causing Short Hold That
Operator Cannot Control-Continued
Phase/IRI display

Condition

- ....,_J

Remarks

"I

Guidance Computer
Test
INVR FRQ 1

Missile inverter
frequency not
stabilized.

After approximately
4 minutes sequence will mal
function with CD
MALF TEST 187
G+C INVR dis
played on IRI.

PLT PREP

ST-120 power on
and stabilizing
sequence.

After 2 minutes, sequence will auto


matically advance.

GMBL CLD 2

Gimbal ternperature below


32C (89.6F).

2 minutes
Note
GMBL CLO may be
displayed for as long
as 10 minutes if the
fire sequence was
terminated for as
long as 30 minutes
and the guidance
section was allowed
to cool during this
time.

GMBLHOF

Gimbal tern
perature above
45C (113F) or
gimbal air ternperature above
10c (158F).

5 minutes

PLT LEV

ST-120 leveling.

20 minutes

'..._)

See footnote at end of table.


\.._)

C4

4-12.1

'\

Table 43. Conditions Causing Short Hold That


Operator Cannot Control-Continued
Phase/IRI display

Condition

Remarks
~

Controls Test
GMBL CLD 1

Gimbal ternperature below


32C (89.6F).

2 minutes
Note
GMBL CLD may be
~
displayed for as long
as 10 minutes if the
fire sequence was
terminated for as
long as 30 minutes
and the guidance
section was allowed
to cool during this
time.

"-"

GMBL HOP

Gimbal ternperature above


45C (113F) or
gimbal air ternperature above
70C (158F).

5 minutes

GMBL CLO

Gimbal ternperature below


32C (89.6F).

2 minutes

GMBL HOT

Gimbal ternperature above


45C ( 113F) or
gimbal air ternperature above
70C ( 158F).

5 minutes

Simulated Flight
None
Guidance Preset
and Verification
~

See footnote at end of table.

4-12.2

C4

Table 43. Conditions Causing Short Hold That


Operator Cannot Control-Continued
,
Phase/IRI display

Condition

Remarks

-~

Accelerometer Monit or
SA CAM 1

Slant altitude program cam not at


zero.

NO 2300 PSI

High-pressure air
2 minutes
pressure in guidance section gyro
air sphere below
2,300 psig.

After approximately
4 minutes, sequence will malfunction with CD
MALF TEST 370
ADPT or CD MALF
TEST 371 G+C GD
CMP displayed on
IRI.

Horizontal Laying
Verification
NO 2300 PSI

2 minutes
High-pressure air
pressure in guidance section gyro
air sphere below
2,300 psig.

BATTMP

Missile batteries
temperature too
low.

10 minutes

EL CHG

EL accumulator
not fully charged.

1 minute for -31.7C


(-25F) and
above; 10 minutes
for below -31.7C

EL LEV

EL leveling.

1 minute

BRG AIR HTR

ST-120 fro bearing air eaters


have not cycled.

2 minutes

\,../

See footnote at end of table.

C4

4-12.3

Table 43. Conditions Causing Short Hold That


Operator Cannot Control-Continued
Phase/IRI display
GMBL HOT

Condition
Gimbal ternperature above
45C (l 13F) or
gimbal air temperature above

Remarks
5 minutes

70C (158F).
Vertical Laying and
Verification
GMBL CLO

Gimbal ternperature below

2 minutes

32C (89.6F).
GMBL HOT

Gimbal ternperature above


45C (1 l3F) or
gimbal air temperature above

5 minutes

70C (158F).
Remote
None
Firing
None
1Hold
2 Hold

412.4

not applicable for a quick erect and fire sequence.


applicable only for a quick erect and fire sequence.

C4

Table 4-4. Adapter Malfunction Display Codes

Area mnemonic
code
ADPT MALF 1

AFM
ALG
AZCB
BAT ACT INT 1

Meaning
Adapter malfunction
Acceleration and frequency monitor
Alinement amplifier
Azimuth laying control box
Battery activate interrupt

I
See footnote at end of table.

C4

4-12.5/(4-12.6 blank)

Table 4-4. Adapter Malfunction Display


Codes-Continued
Area mnemonic
code
CMD PAR 1
CMP MALF 1
CMP TMR 1
CMT
"'RB 1
'-'ERG

1..,1

Meaning
Command parity error
Computer malfunction
Computer timer
Constant monitor
Crowbar
Control register
a. Command module
b. Column selection
c. Monitor zero
d. Emitter follower and row selection
e. Relay matrix

OTA PAR 1
0102 INT 1
0103 INT 1

Data parity error


0102 interrupt
0103 interrupt

FIRE 0 INT1

Fire zero interrupt

GNCJ

Interlock test, test cable entry, mode 02

HEFU
HEFU INT 1

High energy firing unit


High energy firing unit interrupt

LCP

Launch control panel

LPON

Limited power on

MALF TEST 000


MALF TEST 000
CKSUM MALF 1
\_J\llALF TEST 000
.._.. CMP TMR 1
MALF TEST 000
CROWBAR INT
MALF 1
MALF TEST 000
L--1 CROWBAR
.._,. MALF 1
MISC
MMO
MSL PWR OFF 1
.,ON
~
PRINT INOP

Power malfunction
Checksum malfunction
Computer timer
Crowbar interrupt malfunction
Crowbar circuit ( 32A2A7A85) malfunction
Miscellaneous test
Monitor module on
Missile power off
Remaining adapter power on and miscellaneous tests
Printer inoperative

See footnote at end of table.

C3

4-13

Table 4-4. Adapter Malfunction Display


Codes-Continued
Area mnemonic
code

Meaning

PVC
PPS
PRS

Programmable voltage comparator


Programmable power supply
Presetting circuits

RATIO MALF 1

Rf BX

PVC ratio malfunction


Remote firing box

SFTY REL I NT 1

Safety relay interrupt

TCTB

TMR INT 1
TMER
TRS 1

Interlock test, tactical cable entry,


mode 00
Interlock test, tactical and fire control'-"
cable entry, mode 01
Programmable timer interrupt
Programmable timer
Transient interrupt

WH CONT INT 1

Warhead continuity interrupt

1J02
1J03
1J04
1J05
1J06
1J07
!JOB
1J09
lJ 10

32A4A1J2, tactical cable entry


32A4AlJ3, tactical cable entry
32A4A1J4, tactical cable entry
32A4AlJ 5, tactical cable entry
32A4AlJ6, tactical cable entry
32A4A1J7, tactical cable entry
32A4A1J8, tactical cable entry
32A4A1J9, tactical cable entry
32A4A1J 10, tactical cable entry

1SGJ

Interlock test, test cable entry, mode 03i._.,

2J01
2J02
2J03
2J04
2J05
2J06
2J07
2J08

32A4A2Jl,
32A4A2J 2,
32A4A2J3,
32A4A2J4,
32A4A2J5,
32A4A2J6,
32A4A2J7,
32A4A2J8,

TCTJ

test cable
test cable
test cable
test cable
test cable
test cable
test cable
test cable

entry
entry
entry
entry
entry
entry
entry
entry

2SGJ

Interlock test, test cable entry, mode04

5J06

32A4A5J6, fire control cable

entry~

These area mnemonic codes are random displays that can


be displayed at any time during the automatic adapter
diagnostic test.

4-14

Cl

Table 4- 5. CMTS Malfunction Display Codes


Area mnemonic
code

Meaning

ADPT MALF
ADAPT PPS
A91

Relay write malfunction


Adapter programmable power supply
Module test connector

BATT ACT INT

Battery activate interrupt

CK SUM
ERROR
CMD PAR
CMP MALF
CMP TMR
CRB
CRG

Program not complete in memory

CTAC
CT PPS
OTA PAR

0102 INT
0103 INT

Command parity error


Com put er ma If unction
Computer timer malfunction
Crowbar malfunction
Control register
a. Command module
b. Column selection
c. Monitor zero
d. Emitter follower and row selection
e. Relay matrix
Card tester ac power
CMTS programmable power supply
Data parity error
Bus +0102 interrupt
Bus +0103 interrupt

ENTRY ERROR

Keyboard entry error

FIRE 0 INT

Fire zero interrupt

HEFU INT

High energy firing unit interrupt

J26
J27
J28
J29

Relay cards test connector


Adapter cards test connector
Alinement amplifier card testconnector
Computer logic cards test connector
Computer memory cards testconnector

J30
LIT
MALF TEST 000
MALF TEST 000
CROWBAR INT
MALF
MALF TEST 000
CROWBAR
MALF

C3

Load simulation
Power ma If unction
Crowbar interrupt
Crowbar circuit malfunction

4-14.1

Table 4-5. CMTS Malfunction Display


Codes-Continued
Area mnemonic
code

MDC
MIST
MMO
MSL PWR OFF
PON
PPS

4-14.2

Meaning
Module circuits
Miscellaneous test
Monitor module on
Missile power off
Remaining adapter power on and miscellaneous test
Programmable power supply

C3

'

Table 4-5. CMTS Malfunction Display


Codes-Continued
Area mnemonic
code

PPSA
PUDE
PUSE
PVC

Meaning
CMTS programmable power supply
Pulse detector
Pulse sequencer
Programmable voltage comparator

RATIO MALF

Ratio measurement

SFTY REL INT

Safety relay interrupt

TAPE PARITY
TEST NOT FOUND
~ TMR INT
TPOA
TRS
TRMA
WH CONT INT

C2

Tape reader parity error


Programmable timer output interrupt
Card tester power on
Transient interrupt
Ca rd tester relay matrix
Warhead continuity interrupt

4-15

.c:i.

(')

...en~

{)

{1

(,

Air select command


Air select supervision
Air/surface select command
Air/surface select supervision
Attitude signal excitation off command
Auto sequence selected
Azimuth pickoff output
Azimuth positioning signal
Azimuth ring switch supervision
Azimuth ring switch supply
Battery activate command
Battery activator and case venting safe supervision
Battery activator arm command
Battery heater supply (LlO)
Battery heater supply (l20)
Battery heater supply (l30)
Battery heater supply (neutral)
Battery temperature low supervision

Tactical Cable Entry Panel (A4Al)

Signal

J6-20
J6-18
J6-7
J6-29
J5-23
J 10-13
J8-43, 44
J2-28, 29
J9-53
J9-58
JS-6
JS-7
JS-5
JS-2
JS-3
JS-4
JS-1
JS-14

Connector pin(s)

El3
Bl3
012
M13
All
l24
L20, M20
K2, J2
E24
A31
BlO
ClO
AlO
N39
L39
M39
N28
HlO

Signal distribution box


(32A8) test points

Table 4-6. Signals on Connector Pins of PTS Cable Entry Panels

.......~

(
(

Signal

Bearing airflow reduction command


Bearing air heater off command (minus)
Bearing air heater on supervision
Bearing air 1200 PSIG switch supervision
Bearing air 1200 PSIG switch supervision supply
Bearing air 3000 PSIG switch supervision
Bearing air 3000 PSIG switch supervision supply
Cage-uncage motor (LlO)
Cage-uncage motor (l20, l30)
Cage-uncage motor (neutral)
Cage-uncage supervision supply
Caged supervision
Control computer on command
Control seal-in off command
Control seal-in on command
Control seal-in on supervision
CR integrator stop command

J9-19
J5-13
J5-24
JS-12
JS-13
JS-10
JS-11
JS-58
JS-60
JS-59
JS-20
JS-21
J4-47
J9-6
J4-32
J4-33
J3-49

Connector pin(s)

H7

MS
A9

H34
013
811
019
F19
C19
J13
H19
L35
K35
F19
G19
H9
E22

Signal distribution box


(32A8) test points

Table 4-6. Signals on Connector Pins of PTS Cable Entry Panels-Continued

Tactical Cable Entry Panel (A4Al)-Continued

.J:lo

(")

00

...~

{)

{\

CRO hold command


CRO monitor and substitute command
CRV hold command
CRV monitor and substitute command
CRV monitor ( Sl, S2, S3)
CRV offset command
CRV zero command
Cutoff test supervision
Cutoff test supervision supply
+010 +28v de monitor
+02 + 25v de power supply
- 02 - 25v de power supply
+011 +28v de power supply
+02 +25v de power supply
Emergency missile power off command (negative)
Emergency missile power off command (positive)
Explosive switch fire command
Explosive switch fired supervision
Explosive switch installation supervision

Tactical Cable Entry Panel (A4Al)-Continued

Signal

J3-33
J7-34
J5-12
J7-35
J3-3, 2, 1
J3-32
J3-31
J3-41
J3-42
J410
J7-39
J7-38
J4-12, 13
J4-6, 7
J9-1
J9-2
J4-18
J4-36
J4-34

Connector pin(s)

09
89

HS

G17
F4, 04, E4
E6
06
87
C7
ES
L17
K17
Nll
A13
M21
A22

GlO

F6
F17

Signal distribution box


(32A8) test points

Table 4-6. Signals on Connector Pins of PTS Cable Entry Panels-Continued

....~
'

(,
(

Signal

First stage actuator switch supply


First stage actuator 1 oil temperature switch
supervision
First stage actuator 1 operating pressure supervision
First stage actuator 1 precharge pressure and oil
level supervision
First stage actuator 2 oil temperature switch
supervision
First stage actuator 2 operating pressure supervision
First stage actuator 2 precharge pressure and oil
level supervision
First stage actuator 3 oil temperature switch
supervision
First stage actuator 3 operating pressure supervision
First stage actuator 3 precharge pressure and oil
level supervision
First stage ignition arm command

J13
J34
J22
H22
K34
L22
K22
M22
823
A23
LS

J9-23
J9-22
J9-24
J9-26
J9-25
J9-27
J9-30
J929
J4-23

Signal distribution box


(32A8) test points

J920
J921

Connector pin(s)

Table 4-6. Signals on Connector Pins of PTS Cable Entry Panels-Continued

Tactical Cable Entry Panel (A4Al)-Continued

'

I'\)

.,.

First stage ignition command supervision


First stage ignition fire plus
First stage ignition fire zero
First stage pump motor on command
First stage separation command supervision
First stage vane 1 position monitor
First stage vane 2 position monitor
First stage vane 3 position monitor
Gimbal hot supervision
Gimbal not cold supervision
GSE liftoff relay return
Guidance air supply temperature indication to
power station
Guidance compu ter cold supervision
Guidance pressure monitor sw itch supervision
Guidance program zero supervision
Guidance section air supply temperature contro l

Tactical Cable Entry Panel (A4Al)-Continued

Signal

J328
J352
JJ.54
J816 , 17

J93 1
J9-44
J9 43
J4 21
J4 50
J7 .25
J7 2 6
J727
J834
J835
J95
J8 18 , 19

Connector pin (s)

M7
Nl6, N18

L7

AG

K9
M16
Al7
817
F20
G20
022
N17,Nl

JS

C23
C24
824

Signal distribution box


(32A8) test points

Table 4-6. Signals on Connector Pins of PTS Cable Entry Panels-Continued

.,.
N
...

(")

Signal

Guidance withhold command


High energy initiator system high voltage monitor
High energy initiator system not safe supervision
Horizontal alinement switch supervision
Horizontal alinement switch supervision supply
Inverter on command
Lift-off supervision
Lift-off switch supervision
Lift-off switch supply
Long range program 1 limit supervision
Long range select command
Long range select supervision
Missile power on indication
Off select command
Offselect supervision
J6-23
J6-35

J4-10

J7-57
J9-54
J4-51
J8-8
JB-9
J4-14
J9-3
J9-52
J9-51
J5-30
J4-44
J7-54

Connector pin(s)

E14

H13

EB

F18

G9

Fll

C22
024
N20

FB

819
J13

F24
L9

Gl8

Signal distribution box


(32A8) test points

Table 4-6. Signals on Connector Pins of PTS Cable Entry Panels-Continued

Tactical Cable Entry Panel (A4Al)-Continued

'

.l:lo

(")

N
N

{I

(,.

Phase A
Phase A, 26v ac 400 Hz
Phase B
Phase 8, (SRO preset motor supply)
Phase 8, 26v ac 400 Hz
Phase C
Phase C, 26v ac 400 Hz
Pitch attitude monitor
Pitch attitude substitute command
Pitch gyro torquer control phase
Pitch pendulum output
Pitch program 1 limit supply
Pitch program zero command
Pitch program zero supervision
Positioning signal excitation
Program generator hold command
Regulated generator 1 return (-D)
Regulated generator 1 + 28v de ( + D11)

Tactical Cable Entry Panel (A4Al)-Continued

Signal

J4-58
J6-11
J4-59
J3-59
J6-48
J4-60
J6-l 7
J7-5, 6
J7-11, 12
J8-25, 26
J8-47, 48
J5-26
J5-22
J5-29
J252
J4-35
J4-2
J412

Connector pin(s}

N12
Nll

C3
C9

Ell

MlO

011

C21, 021

Ll9, Ml9

K16, Ll6

Ml5, Al6

88

C15
NlO

N9
N8

Hl2

E12

Signal distribution box


(32A8) test points

Table 4-6. Signals on Connector Pins of PTS Cable Entry Panels-Continued

..

-n

Signal

Regulated generator 2 retu. n ( -D)


Regulated generator 2 + 2Bv de ( + D21)
Return -DlO (monitor)
Return -D20 (monitor)
Roll attitude monitor
Roll attitude substitute command
Roll gyro torquer control phase
SA integrator stop command
SAD hold command
SAD monitor and substitute command
SAV hold command
SAV monitor (SI, S2)
SAV monitor and substitute command
SAV offset command
SAV switch supervision
SAV zero command
Second stage actuator switch supply

J3-51
J3-34
J9-32

J7-37
J3-35

J3-6, 5

J3-50
J3-36
J7-36
J3-55, J5-11

JB-51, 52

J4-15
J7-l, 2
J7-7, B

J4-4
J4-6
J4-1

Connector pin(s)

Fl3
Al3
CB
GB
Bl6,Cl6
Fl6,Gl6
G21, H21
J7
J6
Hl7
AB, FlO
H4,G4
Jl7
H6
K7
G6
N20

Signal distribution box


(32A8) test points

Table 4-6. Signals on Connector Pins of PTS Cable Entry Panels-Continued

Tactical Cable Entry Panel (A4Al)-Continued

'

fl,)

Second stage actuator


supervision
Second stage actuator
supervision
Second stage actuator
oil level supe rvision
Second stage actu ator
supervision
Second stage actuator
supe rvision
Second stage actuato r
oil level su pervi sion
Second stage actuato r
supervision
Secon d stage actuator
supervi sion

F23

G23
J23
H23

J9.35
J934
J936
J 938
J937
J914
J940

1 operating pressure

1 precharge pressure and

2 oil temperature switch

2 operating pressure

2 precharge pressure and

3 oil temperature switch

3 opera ting pressure

L23

F22

E23

023

Signal distribution box


(32A8) test points

J 933

Connector pin( s)

1 oi l temperatu r e switch

Tactical Cable Entry Panel (A4Al)-Continued

Signal

Table 4-6. Signals on Connector Pins of PTS Cable Entry Panels-Continued

c.n

olao

-n

(
{

(
(

Signal

Second stage actuator 3 precharge pressure and


oil level supervision
Second stage pump motor on command
Second stage vane 1 position monitor
Second stage vane 2 position monitor
Second stage vane 3 position monitor
Select supervision supply
Servoampl ac power on command
Servoampl de power on command
Short range program 1 limit supervision
Short range program reverse command
Short range select supervision
Signal common ground
Simulated first stage separation command
SRO coarse (Sl, S2, $3)
SRO fine (Sl, $2, S3)
SRO hold command

M23
K8
Cl7
017
E17
Ll2
KlO
LlO
JlO
Cll
El8
Hl8
J9
H5, G5, F5
MS, E4, l5
ElO

J4-22
J7-28
J7-29
J7-30
J6-15
JS-20
JS-21
J5-19
J5-25
J7-53
J7-60
J4-48
J3-21, 20, 19
J3-27' 26, 25
JS-10

Signal distribution box


(32A8) test points

J9-41

Connector pin(s)

Table 4-6. Signals on Connector Pins of PTS Cable Entry Panels-Continued

Tactical Cable Entry Panel (A4Al)-Continued

'

.i:.

(")

'

.,.

SRO medium (Sl, S2, S3)


SRO presetting motor control phase
SRO release command
SRV coarse (51, 52, 53)
5RV fine (51, 52, 53)
5RV hold com ma nd
5RV medium (51, 52, 53)
SRV monitor (Sl, 52)
5RV motor control
SRV presetting motor control phase
SRV release command
ST-120 air pressure switch supervision
ST-120 base plate temperature supervision
ST-120 base plate temperature supervision supply
5t-l 20 heater control
5T-120 heater control relay supply

Tactical Cable Entry Panel (A4Al)-Continued

Signal

JS,85,KS
07, E7
86
L4, G5, M4
E5, E4, 05
010
A5, 85,C5
K4, J4
K6
M6, A7
f7
H20
L21
Jl3
E20
f 19

{
{

Signal distribution box


(32A8) test points

J3-22, 23, 24
J3-43, 44
J3-29
J3-10, 11, 12
J3-18, 17, 16
J5-9
J3-13, 14, 15
J3-9, 8
J3-37
J3-39, 40
J3-45
JS-36
JS-56
JS-57
JS-33
J8-42

Connector pin(s)

Table 4-6. Signals on Connector Pins of PTS Cable Entry Panels-Continued

/'

N
...,

..

(
{

(
(

Signal

Surface select command


Surface select supervision
Switch point 1 command supervision
Switch point 2 command supervision
Switch point 3 command supervision
Synchrotransmitter on command
T-pot release command
Tail plug relay command
Tail plug relay command supply
Tail plug relay supervision
Theodolite lamp fixed
Theodolite lamp variable
Thrust termination and second stage separation
command supervision
Umb'ilical release supervision
Uncaged supervision
Vanes locked supervision

M9
J19
L34

J4-54
J8-22
J9-57

C13
L13
818
C18
018
C6
L6
N19
N19
A24
F2,G2
F2, G2
E9

Signal distribution box


(32A8) test points

J6-19
J6-28
J7-50
J7-51
J7-52
J3-30
J3-38
J9-49
J9-50
J9-42
J2-19, 20
J2-19, 20
J4-40

Connector pin(s)

Table 4-6. Signals on Connector Pins of PTS Cable Entry Panels-Continued

Tactical Cable Entry Panel (A4Al)-Continued

'

(")

co

(!

{'

Vanes unlock command


Warhead continuity supervision
Warhead continuity supervision supply
Warhead signal withhold command
Warhead signal withhold relay supervision
Warhead 1 coarse ($1, $2, $3)
Warhead 1 fine ($1, $2, $3)
Warhead 1 release command
Warhead 1 servomotor control phase
Warhead 2 coarse ($1, S2, 53)
Warhead 2 fine ($1, $2, S3)
Warhead 2 release command
Warhead 2 servomotor control phase
Warhead 3 coarse (Sl, $2, $3)

Tactical Cable Entry Panel (A4Al)-Continued

Signal

J5-40
J6-5
J6-3
J9-39
J9-18
J6-24, 51, 43
J6-45, 44, 12
J6-46
J6-56, 57
J6-9, 30, 31
J6-53, 8, 10
J6-34
J6-32, 33
J 6-49, 58, 50

Connector pin(s)

Gll
Cl2
812
K23
G22
Kl3, 85, Ml4
Al5, E4, Jl2
815
Jl5, Kl5
Fl2, 85, Al4
Gl5, E4, Gl2
014
814,Cl4
015, 85, El5

Signal distribution box


(32A8) test points

Table 4-6. Signals on Connector Pins of PTS Cable Entry Panels-Continued

co

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Signal

Warhead 3 fine ($1, $2, $3)


Warhead 3 release command
Warhead 3 servomotor control phase
Warhead 4 coarse ($1, $2, $3)
Warhead 4 fine ($1, $2, $3)
Warhead 4 release command
Warhead 4 servomotor control phase
X, Y, and Z gyro torquer constant phase (ph A
and C)
Yaw attitude monitor
Yaw attitude substitute command
Yaw gyro torquer control phase
Yaw pendulum output
115v ac, 400 Hz platform heater supply (l20)
115v ac 400 Hz platform heater supply (neutral)
41
38

38
60, 55
21, 42

36, 16

J73, 4
J7-9, 10
J8-49, 50
J8-45, 46
J8-39
J8-40

J6-14,
J6-59
J6-37,
J6-52,
J6-22,
J6-39
J6-40,
J8-37,

Connector pin(s)

016, E16
H16,J16
E21, F21
A21, 821
K19
N28

Kl2, E4, M12


L15
F14,G14
F15, 85, H15
Gl3, E4, L14
H14
J14, K14
J20, K20

Signal distribution box


(32A8) test points

Table 4-6. Signals on Con.nector Pins of PTS Cable Entry Panels-Continued

Tactical Cable Entry Panel (A4Al)-Continued

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Missile power on command

Power Cable Entry Panel (A4A3)

- 2 5v de power su pply
+28v de +010 monitor
+ 28v de + 020 monitor

+ 25v de power supp ly

Tactical Cable Entry Panel (A4Al)-Continued

Signal

JG -19

J7-39
J7 -38
J4-10
J4-9

Connector pin(s)

J27

ES
08

Kl7

Ll 7

Signal distribution box


(32A8) test points

Table 4-6. Signals on Connector Pins of PTS Cable Entry Panels-Continued

Table 4-7. Power Distribution Buses

Bus
Adapter (32A2)
+ 01 03 ( +28v dc)
Power Distribution
Assembly (32A6)
- 0100 ( 28v de
retu rn )
+ 0101 ( + 28v de)
+ 0102 ( +28v de)
+ 010 3 ( +28v de)
+ 0300 ( + 24v de)
+ 0301 ( + 24v de)
+ 0 305 ( + 24 /
28v de)
Ll 2( 120vac)
L22 ( 120vac)
L32 ( l 20v ac)
Neutral
+ 12v de
-12v de

,....,,

Sig nal Distribution


Box (32A8)
+ 0201

Location

Connector pin (s)


on power cable
entry panel
(A4A3)

TB 9-3 , .4

See note.

TBl l l thru
.4
TBll -7,8
TB108 th ru
-10
TBl 19, 10
TB9 4, .5
TB9 8 thru
10
TB8 - l

J4E, F

TB38
TB3-9
TB310
TB27 thru
.10
TB63 , -10
TB69

J 5. 1
J 5.2
See note.
J5-6
J56
J 56, J51
J4A ( LlO)
J4-B ( l 20)
J4-C ( L30)
J4-D
See note.
See note .

I
A2

J620

Note. Hardwired directly to adapter power supp lies.

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4-31

4-5 . Adapter Diagnostic Test Modes.

I WARNING

All jumper caps must be removed after performing


the test modes listed below. Fai lu re to remove
the jumper caps prior to initiation of a coun t
down with a live missile may result in injur y to
pe r sonnel or damage to equipment.

a. Mode 00. PTS tactical, with azimuth laying control


box and remote firing box.
b. Mode 01 . PTS tactical , without azimuth laying control
box and remote firing box.
c. Mode 02. PTS with guidance section in.container .
d. Mode 03. PTS with first stage in.container .
e. Mode 04. PTS with second stag e in -con ta iner.

f. Mode 05 . SCTS with tactica l jumper caps.

g. Mode 06. SCTS guidance section with jumper caps (in con
tainer) .
h. Mode 07. SCTS guidance section with jumper caps (in van).
i. Mode 08. SCTS first stage with jumper caps.
j. Mode 09. SCTS second stage with jumper caps.

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w

,,.

nw

Test cable entry panel


32A4A2 (PTS) or
95A32A4A2 (SCTS)

07

06

05

04

03

02

01

00

R R

R R

IG

G G G G G G G
y y y y y y

w w w w w w w w w

0
y

y
B

0 0

y
0
y

y
0

J56
thru
J65

60Wl8
and RFB

J6

Pneu.
test
console

(
Fire
control
entry
panel
32A4A5

Table 4-8. Jumper Cap Information

Tactical cable entry panel


32A4Al (PTS) or
95A32A4Al (SCTS)

Mode J2 J3 J4 JS J6 J7 JS J9 JlO J1 J2 J3 J4 JS J6 J7 JS

60W44 and
ALCB

J2

Tactical cable
entry panel
32A4Al (PTS)
or95A32A4Al
(SCTS)

n
w

Test cable entry panel


32A4A2 (PTS) or
95A32A4A2 (SCTS)

G - green

B - blue

Color code:

08
09

0 - orange
R - red

W - white or aluminum
Y - yellow

Mode J2 J3 J4 JS J6 J7 JS J9 JlO J1 J2 J3 J4 JS J6 J7 JS

Tactical cable entry panel


32A4Al (PTS) or
95A32A4Al (SCTS)

J6

Pneu.
test
console
JS&
thru
J65

J2

Tactical cable
entry panel
32A4Al (PTS)
or95A32A4Al
(SCTS)

X - no color designation

Fire
control
entry
panel
32A4A5

Table 4-8. Jumper Cap Information-Continued

.,.

en

;,,

39.1 IN.
( 1.00 M)

SI

\
IN.
(0.32 M)
_ _ _ _ _ 80.25 IN.
(2.04 M)
TOW POINTS OR TIEOOWN POINTS
11,600 LB (5,261.76 KG) EACH (TYP,
BOTH SIDES)
FSNB-14

.112.6

81.5 IN.
(2.07 M)

\ ~1J

L4.0
IN._.j
(0.86 M)

DI

TIEOOWN POINTS
11,600 LB (5,261.76 KG) EACH (TYP,
BOTH SIDES)
~HOIST POINTS

Figure 4-1. PTS shelter physical data.

96,0 IN.
I
(2.44 M)
,.
98.5 I N - - - - - - . . i
NOTE:
(2.50 M)
WEIGHT: 4,291 LB (1,948 KGt

HOIST POINTS
11,600 LB (5,261.76 KG)
EACH (TYP, BOTH ENDS)

_,)

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~
w

(l.79 M)

70. 3 IN.

00

139.0 IN,
(3.53 M)

FSNB-13C.

95.0IN.~

(2.41 M)

Figure 4-2. PTS-PS transportation data.

NOTES:
1. WEIGHT: 24,747 LB (11,225 KG).
2. AXLE LOADS: C & D-5,878 LB (2,667 KG) EACH.
E & F-6,495 LB (2,943 KG) EACH.

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15

FSNB-31

'W

.,,.,

._,

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17

Remote firing box


Azimuth laying control box
Air duct register
Phone control panel assembly
Adapter
Storage cabinet
Card and module test set
Power distribution assembly
Power distribution assembly circuit breaker panel
Signa I distribution box
Computer box front access panel
Computer box top access panel
Computer
Air filter
First aid kit
Blower
Storage cabinet
Fig ure 4-3. PTS interior, left side.

4-37

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'iii
.r:.

bD

;:

..:
0

;:
Q)

...::I
Q)

bD

il:

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1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13

Figure 4-4. PTS interior, right side -

Launch control panel assembly


Maintenance panel assembly
Storage cabinet
Utility panel assembly
Utility circuit breaker panel assembly
Air duct register
Teleprinter
,
Tape storage cabinet
Air conditioner
Air supply register
Air conditioner filter
Air conditioner control panel
Remote firing box cable reel assembly
(travel position)

Storage cabinet
Convenience outlet (4)
Auxiliary heater
Workbench
Signal distribution box
Blower
Console
Voltage-phone monitor panel assembly
Countdown control panel assembly
Azimuth laying control panel assembly
Tape reader
Hand lantern

Legend.

14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25

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CHAPTER 5
POWER STATIO N
(CONTENTS)
Item
PS enclosu re, right fron t ................. .
PS shelter physica I data ................. . .
Tabulated data ............................... .

Reference
Fig. 5 -2
Fig. 5 l
Par. 5-1

Page

5.7

5-6

5.3

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5-1

CHAPTER 5
POWER STATION
5-1 . Tabulated Data.
a. General.
Max tilt angle:
Operation ........ .............. ......................... ..... ...... ....... 6
Shipment ...................... .. ...... ... ... .. ..... .. .............. .... 30
Temperature where conditioning set is
needed .................................. Below -3 1.7 C (-25F)
Max operational altitude .. ............... ...... 8,000 ft (2438 m)
Convenience receptacle power ...................... l 20v, 400 Hz
b. Gas Turbine Engine.
Governed speed ................................ 42,000 rpm ( 100%)
Overspeed shutdown .................................... .... 1 10% rpm
Ma x exhaust temperature:
Operating ....................................................... 64 0C (l,184F)
Shutdown (normal) ............................................. 460 C (860 F)
Shutdown (emergency ) .... .............. ......... ....... 720 C ( l ,328F)
Electrical system:
Operating ....... ... ............ ............. ....... ....... .............. 28v
Starting ............. ........ ..... ... ...... ... ..... .... ..... ... ... ..... ... 24v
Operating oil pr essure:
Engine ................................................... 80 to 100 psig
Gearbox ................................................... 15 to 50 psig
Gearbox oil filter bolt torque .... .. .. .. .... .. .... .. .. 36 to 70 in.-lb
Low oil pressure lamp indication:
Engine ........................ .. ........................... 27 to 30 psig
Gearbox ......................................................... 9 1 psig
c. Air Conditioner.
Airflow to missile (sea level) .............. 37 .6 2.6 lb per min
Discharge pressure .. .................. .... .................. 2 to 5 psig
Bleed air duct, clamp bolt torque .......... ... .. .. 60 to 70 in.-lb
d. AC Gener ato r.
Speed .... ..... .... ... ... ...................... .. ... .... ... .. ...... 6,000 rpm
Rating:
KVA ................. .. ..................................... .40 at 0.75 pf
Voltage ................. .. ........................ ........ ...... . 120/ 208
Frequency ... ..... .... ....................... ...... ........ ........ ... 400 Hz
Pha ses .................... ..... .... .. .. .. ... .... ..... .. ... ..... .. ..... ......... 3
Type of connection ........................................... 4 -wire wye

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5-3

Lamp indications:
Overvoltage ................................................ 16 2 to 17 6v
Undervoltage ................................................. 53 to 67v
Underfrequency ................................................. 373 Hz
~

e. DC Generator.
Speed ............................................................. 6,000 rpm
Rating:
Voltage ....................................................................30
Amperes ................................................................300
Lamp indication, overvoltage ............................ 35.5 to 39v
Undervoltage disconnection .................................. 7 to 1 lv

f. Air Compressor.

Nominal discharge pressure ............................. 3,000 psig


Speed .............................................................4,000 rpm
Lamp indication, low oil pressure ..................... 20 psig min

g. Instant Air System Cylinder.


Nominal pressure ............................... 2,900 to 3,000 psig
Volume ............................................................... 1.5 cu ft
Pressure rating ................................................ 3,600 psig

h. Battery (2).
Type ........................................................ Nickel cadmium
Rating:
Voltage ............................................. 12 (single battery)
24 (series connected batteries)
Ampere-hours .......................................................... 70
Cells ........................................................................... 10
Electrolyte .......................... Alkaline (potassium hydroxide)
Weight (filled) ............................................. 80 lb (36 kg)
Limiting charge:
Voltage .................................................... l.55v per cell
Current ............................................................40 amp

i. Battery Charger.

Power:
Input ................................. 120/208v, 3-phase, 400 Hz
Output .................................................. 28v de, 35 amp

5.4

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j. AC Voltage Regulator.
voltage adjusting range .................................. 200 to 218v
k. DC Voltage Regulator (2).
Voltage adjusting range ...................................... 25 to 35v
~IC

apac1t1es.

Fuel tank ..........................................................82.25 gal


Engine oil tank ......................................................... 1 gal
Gearbox oil sump .................................................... 1.7 qt
Air compressor oil sump ............................................. 3 pt

5.5

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91 IN.(2. 31M) X 4 IN.(O. lOM)


( TYP, BOTH SIDES)

BEARING SURFACE

30.GIN.
(0.78
M)

LEFT
SIDE

TlEDOWN POINT
(TYP, BOTH SIDES)

~
fl

----~AFT

~~E

LIFT

(.

Figure 5-1. PS shelter physical data.

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32. 0 IN.. _ .
(0.81 M) FSNB-24B.

~l.5Di)
(0.04 Ml

Mf-,

u:::I::

F(l.02

j_2s
(o:oa Ml

3 OIN

J ~rn:>

42.381N.

( 1.08 M)

' - - - 40. 0 IN-----.1

L1

AFT OUTBD DOWN


10, 000 2,650 10,000
(4, 536) (1, 202) (4,5361

1. GROSS WEIGHT: 4,030 LB ( 1,828 KG). SKID HGT


2. NET WEIGHT: 2,692 LB (1,221 KG).

Ii

~OTES:

(2.3131

FWD
5,100

MAX TIEDOWN LOADS IN POUNDS (KILOGRAMS)

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ELECTRICAL
DISTRIBUTION
CENTER

HlGH-PR ESSURE Ara


DISTRIBUTION PANEL

VENTILATION
INLET DOOR

HORN
OPENING

Figure 5-2 . PS enclosure, right front.

AIR COMPR ESSOR


OIL FILLER
ACCESS DOOR

FSNB-49 I

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CHAPTER 6
AZIMUTH LAYING SET
(CONTENTS)
Item

Azimuth laying equipment ................ .


Equipment container 1 .................... .
Equipment container 2 .................... .
Tabulated data ............................... .
Theodolite scale reading .................. .
Theodolite scales ............................ .

Reference

Page

6-1

6-5

6-3
6-4

6-1

6-7
6-8
6-3

6-2
6-2

6-6
6-6

Fig.
Fig.
Fig.
Par.
Par.
Fig.

6-1

CHAPTER 6
AZIMUTH LAYING SET
6 - 1 . Tabulated Data.
a. Battery Box. Refer to TM 56675 -296 12 or TM 566751
29635 for data regarding the battery box.
b. Bed Assembly.
Length ......... ................... .............. 33-3/ 4 in. (85.73 cm )
Width ...................... ...... ...... .. .. .... ... . 9 -1 / 4 in . (23.50 cm)
Height ....... ...... ..... ..... .... .. ....... ........ 6-112 in. ( 16.51 cm)
Weight.. .... ....... ... ................... ........... .. ..... 22 lb (9 .99 kg)

c. Control Box (Stored in PTS) .


Len gth ....................... .... ...... .... .. .... ..... ... 9 in. (22.86 cm)
Width .. ............... .... ..... .. .. ............. ... 6-3 / 4 in. ( 17 . 15 cm)
Height ......... ...... ......... .... ........... ... 5-3 / 64 in. ( 12.82 cm)
Weight. .. .. ... .. .. ... .. ............. ............... ... ... .... 6 l b (2.72 kg)
Power requirements ............ ................ l 15v, 400 Hz, and 28v de
d . Equipment Container 1.
Len gth .... .. ................... .... .. ... ................ 43.1 in . (l.09 m)
Width ..... ........ ................... ... .. ....... .. .. 28. 1 in. ( 71.37 cm)
Height ........ .... .. ... ....... .... ......... .. ..... .. 23.2 in . (58.92 cm)
Weight (empty) .. ........................ ..... .. 162.8 lb (73.84 kg)
Weight (loaded) .................... ....... .. .... 287 lb (130. 18 kg)
e. Equipment Container 2.
Len gth .................................................. 43.1 in. (l.0 9 m)
Width ................. .. .......................... .. . 28.l in. (71.37 cm)
Height .......................... ..... .............. .2 3.2 in. (58.92 cm)
Weight (empty) ......................... ........ 109.9 lb (49.85 kg)
Weight (loaded) ........... ......... ...... 238-2 / 3 lb (108.36 kg)

f. Head set-Microphone Assembly.


Length ..... ........... ... .. ... ....... ... ...... ... . 6-1 / 2 in. (16.51 cm)
Width ....................... ......................... 3 -5 / 8 in. (9.2 1 cm)
H eight (retracted) ..... .... ............ .... ......... 9 in. (22.86 cm)
Cable length .............. ............. ...... ... ... .... ... 19 ft (5.7 9 m)
Weight ............. ............................................. 2 lb ( 90 7 g)

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6-3

g. Illuminated Sunshade Assembly.


Note
All dimensions and weights are approximate.
Length .............................................. 10 in. (25.40 cm)
Width (with adapter plate) ................ 53/8 in. ( 13.65 cm)
Width (without adapter plate) .................... 3 in. (7.62 cm)
Height ............................................ 51/4 in. (13.34 cm)
Weight (with batteries) .................................. 1 lb (454 g)

h. Metal Tripod.
Length (legs retracted) .................. 351/4 in. (89.54 cm)
Width (tripod head) ....................... 145/8 in. (37.15 cm)
Height (tripod head) ...................... 131/2 in. (34.29 cm)
Weight .................................................. 46 lb (20.86 kg)
i. Target Set Carrying Case With Contents.
Length .......................................... 12.114 in. (31.12 cm)
Height .......................................... 101/2 in. (25.73 cm)
Depth ............................................. 6 1/8 in. ( 15.56 cm)
Weight. ........................................................ 2 lb (907 g)

I
I
I

j. Theodolite. Refer to TM 5667529612 or TM 56675296


35 for additional data regarding the theodolite.
Telescope ..................................................... 28X (power)
Shortest focusing distance ......................... 4.5 ft ( 1.37 m)

Longest aiming distance at which centimeter


can be read ........................................ 1,000 ft (305 m)
Longest aiming distance at which mil can be
evaluated .............................................. 465 ft ( 142 m)
Normal range ............................. 6 to 12 mi ( 10 to 19 km)
Accuracy of circle readings ......................................... 0.001 mil
Multiplication constant ......................................................... 100
Addition constant ..................................................................... 0
Graduation interval of horizontal circle ...................... 0.002 mil
Weight .................................................... 12.3 lb (5.6 kg)
Carrying case ............................................ 4.8 lb (2.2 kg)

k. Theodolite Sunshield Tent Assembly.


Length ..................................................... 74 in. (l.88 m)
Width ...................................................... 74 in. ( 1.88 m)
Height ..................................................... 76 in. ( 1.93 m)
Weight ................................................. 69 lb (31.30 kg)
I. Tripod. Refer to TM 5-6675-296-12 or TM 56675-29635
for additional data regarding tripod T2.
Length extended ......................................63 in. (160 cm)
Length folded ...................................... 38.5 in. (97.8 cm)
Weight .................................................... 14.4 lb (6.5 kg)

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ORlENTING
STATION
THEODOLITE (OST)
ORIENTING LINE
TARGET (OLT )

VERTICAL
LAYING
THEODOLITE
(VLT)
HORIZONTAL
LAYING
THEODOLITE
(HLT)

A. AZIMliTH LAYING SET, MAJOR COMPONENTS

B . AZIMUTH LAYING CONTROL BOX


FSNB - 23A I

Figure 6-1. Azimuth lay ing equipme nt.

Cl

6-5

6-2. Theodolite Sca le Read ing.


The scales of the theodolite (fig. 6-2) are read by looking
th rough the microscope eyepiece attached to the telescope.
The horizontal circle illuminating mirror must be reflecting
light into the theodolite. The inverter (circle selector) knob
must be in the horizontal position for the correct ang le to
be read. The whole.number portion of the scale is divided
into two parts. The upper half appears inverted, and the
scale readin gs are exactly 3,200 mils oppos ite the sca l e
readings of the lower half. A scribe mark is set in the
center of the lower scale. The first number on the lower
scale to the left of the scribe mark 1s the number that is
read for a direct reading. The first number on the upper
half of the scales to the right of the scribe mark is 3,200
mil s opposite the number on the lower ha lf of the scales:
this number is read for a rever se reading. The number of
spaces is counted from the first number to the left of the
scribe mark on the lower half of the scales to the first
number to the right of the scribe mark on the upper ha lf
of the scales. This number is the unit value that 1s combined with the number read from the lower hal f of the
scales to give th e complete whole.number part of the direct
scale readin g. (Th e graduation marks of the upper scale
must coincide with the graduation marks of the lower
sca le before a reading can be obtained.) The decimal
part of the scale readings is read from a second small
scale below the whole.number scales. This scale can be
read to 0.002 mil. and must be interpolated to the nearest
0.001 mil. A reverse reading is a combination of the
decimal reading and the whole-number reading from the
upper ha lf of the whole.number scales.

DIRECT 207G. 2:;4


REVERSE ;)276. 2:;4

Figure 6-2. Theodolite scales.

6-6

F S:\B-:lli

CHAPTER 7
BATTERY CONTROL CENTRAL
(CONTENTS)
Item

Reference

Page

sec in terior, left side ..... ..... ....... ..... .


sec interior, r ight side........... .. ....... .
sec shelter physica l data
sec t ranspo rtatio n data

Fig.
Fig.
Fig.
Fig.
Pa r.
Par.

7-6
7.4
7.3

Gene ral ..................... ...................... ...... .


Tabulated data ....... .......... .. ...... ....... .......

7.3

7- 2
7-1
7.4
7-1
72

7 -8

72.1
72.1

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71 /(72 blank)

CHAPTER 7
BATTERY CONTROL CENTRAL

7-1. General.
The BCC provides a centralized facility for consolidation of all
release communications and for batte ry command and control
functions.

"-"" I

7-2 . Tabulated Data.


a. Primary Power System. Traile r-mounted 15-kw generator,
towed behind the vehicle for 120/208-volt, 3-phase, 60-Hz pow
er. Two 25v de power supplies. One 9v de power supply.
b. BackUp Emergency Power System . 24v de battery sou rce
from the vehicle.

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72.1 /(72.2 blank)

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'-1

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(
(")

""

HOIST POINT
(TYP BOTH SIDES)
(SEE NOTE 2)

.cu, ,v IN
.......
267.0
(6.78M)

HOIST POINTS
(SEE NOTE 2)

DD DJ Dl

~ -

"

' ~ .,...

39.7 IN.
( 1.01 M )

*
14---

99.1 IN. - - - (2.52M)

2-03.S '"

(5.17M)

....

--I

NOTES,
1. WEIGHT, 11,818 LB (5,361 KG).
2. TWO WRECKERS M543 AND TWO MULTI LEG SLINGS
ARE REQUIRED WHEN LIFTING

acc.

FSNB-l CI

"w

Figur e 7 - 1. BCC shelter physical data.

.;..

...,

34

Figure 7 -2. BCC interior, right side.

22

FSNB-44A

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......

n
...,

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18

19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36

Figure 7-2. BCC interior, right side -

Remote firing box housing ( 3)


PAL unit T-1500A mount (3)
PAL unit T-1500A connector (3)
Remote firing box connector ( 3)
Electrical rack
Power panel
Test points
Console
FM transceiver 1 AN / VRC-46
Status display panel
Clock
Telephone TA-312/PT (TRC-133 A)
Handset H-138/U (3)
Radio set control C-2328/GRA-39 (3)
Pa per transfer slot
TRC-80 panel
Chalk tray
Loudspeaker LS-454/ U

Legend .

Magnetic chalkboard
FM transceiver 2 AN / VRC-46
AM receiver AN / GRR-5
Desk tray
120v ac convenience outlet
Chair (4)
Security safe
FM receiver R-422/VRC
Intercom select panel
Alert warning system switch
Remote speaker console
Removable brace
Remote speaker console cable
Telephone TA-312/PT (FIELD SWBD)
File cabinet (four-drawer)
First aid kit and mounting
Fire extinguisher
Wo rktable

.....

OI

Figure 7 - 3. BCC interior, left side.

FSNB-43

.....
.:...

(
{

Legend

16 - Klaxon (3) and storage fixture


17 - Emergency lantern (2) and storage
fixture
18 - Storage cabinet
19 - Ax
20 - Klaxon cable reel (3) and cables
21 - 25v de power supply 1
22 - 25v de power supply 2
23 - 9v de power supply
24 - Bifold table
25 - Antenna storage box
26 - Security safe
27 - File cabinet (two-drawer}
28 - Chair
29 - Klaxon tripod
30 - Typewriter

Figure 7-3. BCC interior, left side -

Pencil sharpener
Patching switchboard
l 20v ac convenience outlet
Telephone switchboard SB-22/PT (2)
Headset H-161 ( )/U storage bin (3)
Recorder's control box (3)
Radio set control C-2328/GRA-39 (3)
Magnetic chalkboard
Paper transfer slot
Clock
Chalk tray
FM transceiver noise suppression
cover (2)
13 - Blower unit
14 - Typewriter storage area
15 - (60Wl01) Ground cable (2)

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12

.....

Figure 7 -4. BCC transportation data.

( 3.61 M)

FSNB-2C.

TIE DOWN
POINT
(PINTLE)
20,000 LB
(9, 072 KG)
LIMIT LOAD

lllIN.

981N.~

r---101. 0 IN.
(4.75 M)

I _EXPA~DED WIDTH~

.,..._ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ 330. 0 I N . - - - - - - - - NOTES:


<8 38 M)
TIEDOWN
1. WEIGHT: 27, 190 LB (12,333 KG).
(TYPICAL BOTH SIDES)
2. TURNING RADIUS: 42.5 FT (12.95 M).
15, 000 LB (6, 804 KG) FWD OR AFT
3. TWO WRECKERS M543 ARE RE40,000 LB (18,144 KG) INBD OR OUTBD
QUIRED WHEN LIFTING BCC
8,500 LB (3,856 KG) UP OR DOWN

LIMIT LOAD

TIEDOWN
AND HOIST POINT
(TYPICAL BOTH SIDES) r-----.-----,'~'.lli.~oe-------,==::::::---1
'
\.
15, 000 LB (6. 804 KG)-'
LIMIT LOAD

TIEDOWN POINTS
(TYPICAL BOTH SIDES)
17,500 LB (7,938 KG)
LIMIT LOAD

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CHAPTER 8
RADIO TERMINAL SET
(CONTENTS)
Item

""""

RTS shel ter physical data ................ .


RTS transportation data ................... .
Technical characteristics ................ ..

Reference

Page

Fig. 8-1
Fig. 8-2
Par. 8-1

8-5
8-6
8-3

8-1

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CHAPTER 8
RADIO TERMINAL SET

'wl 8-1. Technical Characteristics.


a. General.
Range:
Non-diversity operation ........... 70 statute miles (113 km)
Diversity operation ............... 100 statute miles (161 km)

~Azimuth:

Coverage ...................................................... 6,400 mils


Shelter:
Size (overall) ............................... 69 in. (175 cm) high,
80 in. (203 cm) deep
'...,I
Weight. .......................................... 4,764 lb (2,161 kg)
Primary power .............................. 208v, 4-wire, 400 Hz
Ambient temperature range:
Operating .............. -25F (-31.7C} to 125F (51C)
Storage .............. -65F (-53.8C) to 160F (71.1C)
b. Transmitting System.
Frequency .................................................4.4 to 5.5 GHz
Channels .................................... 333 at 1.8-MHz intervals
Type of modulation ...................................................... FM
Power output ................................................. 1,000 watts

c. Antenna Assembly.
Type .................................................................Inflatable
Support ...................... Pressurized peripheral ring and collapsible aluminum frame and
feed horn support arms
'-..I Air pressure and source:
Peripheral ring ....... 15 psi from motor-driven compressor
Para bolo id bag ................ 4 psi from motor-driven blower
Dimensions:
Paraboloid reflector diameter ................. 96 in. (244 cm)
Diameter including side support frame ........... 10 ft (3 m)
Elevation above top of shelter ........................ 10 ft ( 3 m)
Position (manual):
Azimuth ............ 3,200 mils in 100-mil increments from
roof of shelter; through 100-mil range
".._/
from operator's compartment
Wind:
Storage and transport... ... 80 mph (129 kmph} with gusts
to 120 mph (193 kmph)

Cl

8-3

Assembly, disassembly, and


operation ................... 40 mph (64 kmph) with gusts to
60 mph (96 kmph)

d. Communication Capabilities.
Teletype circuits:
2-wire de:
RTS operator, Army and fire control in 3-party loop
Receiver teletypewriter output to fire control
RTS operator and fire control in 2-party loop
Voice frequency:
2-wire/ 4-wire, fire control to RTS radio
4-wire, RTS operator and Army
4-wire duplex, RTS operator and RTS radio
Speech circuits:
2-wire between fire control and RTS radio or operator
2-wire intercom, fire control and RTS operator
2-wire/ 4-wire telephone, Army and RTS operator
4-wire plus keying line to vehicle radio
4-wire spare
4-wire between RTS operator and RTS radio

e. Power Unit.

Type ............................... Gasoline-engine-driven alternator


Output ........ 10 kw, 12.5 kva, 120/208v, 3-phase, 400 Hz
Fuel consumption ....................... 2-1/2 gph (9.5 liters/hr)

8-4

C3

CD

cit

., I

...

ti

LIFT POINTS (TYP, BOTH ENDS)

Figure 8-1. RTS shelter- physical data.

ALTERNATE TIEDOWN POINT


(TYP, 6 PLACES BOTH ENDS)

-~~~~--+~~-

AFT-f-FWD

55. 0 IN.
(l.40 M)

BEARING SURFACE
25. 0 IN. (0. 64 M) X 13, 0 IN. (0. 33 M)
(TYP, BOTH SIDES)
NOTES:
l. WEIGHT: 4, 840 LB (2, 196 KG),
2. NOTE: MAX TIEDOWN LOAD: 15, 000 LB
(6, 804 KG) IN ANY FORWARD DmECTION.

TIEDOWN POINTS
(TYP,BOTH ENDS)

(')

0.

{'

AXLE
F

AXLE
D

Figure 8-2. RTS transportation data.

AXLE

NOTES:
1. WEIGHT: 22,030 LB (9,992 KG).
2. AXLE LOADS: C & D-5,226 LB (2,371 KG) EACH.
E & F-6,428 LB (2,918 KG) EACH.

AXLE

(,1

FSNB-15B.

124.75 IN.
(3.17M)

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CHAPTER 9
CABLE DATA
(CONTENTS)
Item

...,,

Air pressure test setup .....................


Air tern peratu re test setu p ................
Azimuth laying control box test
cabling data .................................
Cable data ....................... .......................
Cable mast cable test conn ections .......
Cabl e transport or storage area
data ............................................
Connector pin number-to-letter
cross-reference .... .... ..... ...............
EL electr ical circuit test set cabl ing
data .................................... ........
Firing position auxiliary power cabl ing
data, one missile ..........................
Fi r ing position cabling data ...... .. .. .....
Fi rst stage in-conta in er test cabling
data ............................................
Fi rst stage in-container test cabling
data, using PSE ............................
Guidance section in-container heat
cabl ing data .................................
Guidance section in-container test
cabling data ......... .............. ...... ....
Guidance section in-con tainer test
ca bling data, using PSE .... ..... ........
Guidance section in-van cab ling
data ............................................
Guidance section pressure test .........
Headquarters battery cabling data .....
Interstage electrical cable
connections ...... .................. ..........
Missile in-container heat cabl ing
data .. .......................... .............. ..
Missile in-container test cabling
data ... ........ .... ........ .. ...... .. .......... .
Missile in-container test cabling data,
using PSE ........... .. .......................
Preparation for standby cabling
data, one missile .... .. ........ ............
Prepa ration for travel cabling data ....
Pressure switch test setup ...... ..........
C4

Refe re nce

Page

Fig. 9-4
Fig. 9.5

9-4 1
9-42

Tab le 9-18
Table 9-27
Fig. 9- 1

9-28
9.51
9-20

Table 9-25

9.43

Table 9-24

9-43

Table 9 -11

9-19

Tab le 9.4
Tabl e 9-2

9-9
9-5

Table 9-15

9-24

Table 9-20

9.32

Table 9-10

9-18

Tabl e 9-17

9-27

Table 9-22

9.35

Table 9-23
Fig. 9-2
Table9-12

9-38
9.39
9-21

Table 9-3

9-8

Table 9.9

9 -17

Table 9-14

9-23

Table 9-19

9.30

Table 9.5
Table 9-8
Fig. 9-3

9-10
9- 1 5
9-40

9 -1

(CONTENTS- CONTINUED)
Item

QRA auxi l ia ry and sta nd by power


cab ling da ta , three mi ssiles ... ....... .
QRA standby cabling data , two
missiles ............ ....... ............ ..... .. .
Reference desig nations ...... ... .......... .
RFI cables ..............................................
SCTS cabl ing data , using PSE ............... .
Secon d stage in -con tainer te st
ca bl ing data ........................................ .
Second stage in -container test
cabling data, using PSE ........... ........... .

'Ty:i~~~l
ri~~ll~~g~edsu.~t~~
Use of tables ................. ................... ..... .

9-2

Reference

Page

Tab le 9-7

9- 13

Table 9-6
Table9- l
Table 9-26
Table 9-13

9-11
9 .3
9-50
9-22

Tab le 9-16

9-26

Table 9-21

9.34

Fig. 96
Par. 9-1

9.57
9.3

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CHAPTER9
CABLE DATA
9-1 . Use of Tables.
a. General. For commonly used abbreviations, refer to
chapter 1. For cabling diagrams, refer to TM 9-1430380-14.

'-'1

b. Cabling Data Table Columns.


( 1) The "Cable" colunin lists the cable reference
designations in numerical sequence.

( 2) The "From" column lists cable connector terminations. For example, "Pl (2) to PTS - A4A2J6" indicates
that plug 1, . with indexing sleeve keyed at position 2,
is connected to the PTS at J6 of the test cable entry
panel (A4A2).
( 3) The "To" column lists cable connector terminations. For example, "P2 (5) to 2nd stg cntr - W6J6"
indicates that plug 2, with indexing sleeve keyed at position 5, is connected to the second stage container at
W6J6.

Table 9-1 Reference Designations


Reference
designation

Assembly

PTS
A4Al
A4A2
A4A3
A4A4

A4A5

Tactical cable entry panel


Test cable entry panel
Power cable entry panel
Communications cable entry panel
Fire control cable entry panel

A22
A26

Receptacle box (utility panel)


Electrical distribution center

Al Al
AS

Control box chassis (cQntrol unit)


Heating blanket junction box (guidance
and warhead sections)

PS

EL

9.3

Table 9-1. Reference Designations-Continued


Refere nce
designation
A9

AlO
W2

Assembly
Heating blanket junction box (propulsion
sectio n s)
Intercommunications box (intercom box)
Eme rgency power cable

SCTS

A32A4A l
A32A4A2
A32A4A3
A32A4A4
None

Tactical cable entry panel


Test cable entry panel
PTS power cable ent,.Y panel
Commur:iications cable entry panel
SCTS POWER entry panel (i nput power)

9-4

'u.

-n

(note 5)

(note 3)
(note 4)
(note 4)

(2)
( 3)
( 1)
(7)
(5)
(4)
(6)

From

P2
P2
P2
P2
P2
P2
P2
P2

P2
P2
P2
P2
P2
P2
P2
P2
P2
P2

To

(4)
( 1)
(F)
(8)
(F)

to PTS A4A1J9
to PTS A4AlJ7
to 1st stg . JlO
to PTS A4AlJ6
to headset

(F) to 10-kw gen . WlJ 1


(F) to EL A9J2
(F) to EL A9Jl

(3) to EL AlAlJ 1
(3) to PTS A4A1Jl0
(1) to PS A26J6
(9) to PTS A4A1J8 or AlA1J5 (note 1)
( 13) to PTS A4A1J4
(7) to PTS A4A 1J5
( 14) to PTS A4AlJ3
( l) to PTS A4A3J2
( 10) to PTS A4A3J 1
(2) to PTS A4A5J6

Table 9-2. Firing Position Cabling Data

to PS A26J2
to EL A 1A lJ 2
to CM A J 6
to CMA J2
to CMA J4
to CMA JS
to CMA J3
(F) to PS A26J5
(F) to PS A26Jl
(2) to BCC J5 (or J7 or J9) or
RFB J 1 (note 2)
Pl (4) to EL W2Jl
Pl (F) to 2nd stg blanket J 1
Pl (F) to 1st stg blanket Jl
Pl (F) to 1st stg Jl
P 1 ( 2) to CM A J 7
Pl (F) to EL A9J3
Pl (3) toCMA Jl
Pl (F) to EL AlOJl

Pl
P1
P1
Pl
Pl
Pl
Pl
Pl
Pl
Pl

See footnote at end of table.

60W21
60W25
60W25
60W32
60W34
60W38
60W40
60W43

42W50
42W54
60W3
60W9
60Wl0
60Wll
60Wl2
60Wl6
60Wl7
60Wl8

Cable

'

'

'

Pl (F)toM656
Pl ( l) to 10-kw gen W2J2
Pl (F) to WS blanket J2
P 1 ( f) to GS blanket Jl
Headset (f)
Headset ( F)
Headset (F)
Headset (f)
Headset (F)
Headset (f)

60Wl08 (note 3)
60Wl09 (note 8)
60W114 (note 4)
60Wl15

See footnote at end of table.

Pl (F) to ALCB Jl
GRD (F) to PS GRD
GRD ( F) to EL grd panel
GRD (f) to EL grd panel
GRD (F) to grd rod 1
Pl (F) to PS A22J4
Pl (1) to CMA JS

From

60W44
60Wl01
60Wl01
60Wl01
60Wl01
60Wl03 (note 6)
60Wl05

Cable

To

('

(1

P2 ( 15) to PTS A4A1J2


GRD (F) to PTS A4A4J8
GRD (F) to PTS A4A4J7
GRD ( F) to grd rod 1
GRD (F) to grd rod 2
P2 (F) to vehicle M656
P2 (F) to BCC Jl (or J2 or J3) or
1500A. J3 (note 7)
P2 ( 1) to PTS A4A3J3
P2 (3) to PS A26J7
P2 (f) to EL A8Jl
P2 (f) to EL A8J2
RFB - J2
RFB - J3
PTS A4A4J4
PTS A4A4Jl
PS A26J4
ALCB J6

Table 9-2. Firing Position Cabling Data-Continued

r.

'\

'.:..,

n
...,,

Headset (F)
Headset (F)

PS
PS

From
EL AlA1J3
60W43 P2 (F)
CMA
Cfv1A

Table 9-2. Firing Position Cabling Data-Continued

To

'

Notes:
1. Alternate connection for ST-120 in-transit or standby heating.
2. Alternate connection for remote firing box external usage.
3. Connection for in-transit heating of programmer test station.
4. Used when ambient temperature is -32C (-25F) or below.
5. Used when ambient temperature is - 7C (20f) or below, and for 30 minutes prior to starting power
station at -32C {-25f) or below.
6. Used for emergency starting of power station.
I
7. Alternate connection for T-1 SOOA external usage.
8. Secondary usage (power station battery charging).

Air duct
High-pressure
airhose

Cable

Table 9-3. Interstage Electrical Cable


Connections
From
1st stage

llWlPl
11 W2P2

11W3Pl
2nd stage

To
2nd stage

10W1J2
10W2J2
10W3J 2
Guidance section

lOW l P l
10W2Pl
1OW3P1

8Wl9J3
8W20J 3
8W24J 2

Guidance section

Warhead section

7W l P2
7W3 Pl

9-8

4W36J8
4W l 18J2

ID
ID

Pl ( 2) to PS A26J2
Pl ( 1 ) to 45-kw gen J8
Pl (F) to PS A26J5
Pl ( F) to PS A26J 1
GRD ( F) to PTS A4A4J 8
GRD (F ) to PTS A4A4J7
GRD ( F) to EL grd panel
GRD (F) to grd rod 1
GRD (F) to 45 -kw gen GRD
GRD (F) to PDB J l2
GRD ( F) to grd rod 1
Pl (1 ) to PDB J9

From

Notes:
1. Cables install ed as part of normal firing position in stallation.
2. Two groun d clamp assemblies are required at this location.
3 . Primary usage (standby power).
4. Basic signa l and winterization cables not included .

42W50 ( note 1)
58Wl
60W 16 (note 1 )
60W 1 7 (note 1 )
60W l 01 ( note1)
60W l 01(note1)
60W 10 1 (note 1 )
60Wl0 1 (note 1)
60W 101
60W 10 1
60W 101
60W 109 (note 3)

Cable

P2 (3) to EL A l AlJl
P2 ( 1) to PDB J 1 5
P2 ( 1) to PTS A4A3J2
P2 ( 10) to PTS A4A3J 1
GRD (F ) to PS GRD
GRD (F) to EL grd panel
GRD (F) to g rd rod 1
GRD ( F) to grd rod 2
GRD (F) to grd rod 1 (note 2 )
GRD ( F) to grd rod 1
GRD (F) to grd rod 2
P2 (3) to PS A26J7

To

Table 9-4. Firing Position Auxiliary Power Cabling Data, One Missile

.s:i.

(')

'.
....

P 1 ( 5) to CMA J 4
P 1 ( 4) to CMA - J 5
Pl (6) to CMA - J3
Pl (F) to 1st stg - JI
Pl (2) to CMA - J7
P 1 ( 3) to CMA - J 1
GRD (f) to EL grd panel (note 2)
GRD (F) togrd rod 1(note3)
CMA
CMA

Pl ( 1) to CMA J6
P 1 ( 7 ) to CM A - J 2

From
P2 (1) - (note 1)
P2 (9) to EL - AlA1J5
P2 ( 13) - (note 1)
P2 ( 7) - (note 1)
P2 ( 14) - (note 1)
P2 (4) (note 1)
P2 ( 1) - (note 1)
P2 (8) - (note 1)
GRD (f) to grd rod 1 (note 3)
GRD (F) to grd rod 2 (note 3)

To

('

Notes:
1. P2 end not connected. Cables, airhose, and conditioned-air duct laid out to facilitate later connection.
2. Connect prior to countdown.
3. Not used in standby, but must be in place to facilitate quick change to firing status.

60W3
60W9
60Wl0
60Wll
60Wl2
60W32
60W34
60W40
60W101
60Wl01
Air duct (note 1)
High-pressure
airhose (note 1)

Cable

Table 9-5. Preparation for Standby Cabling Data, One Missile

ID

ID

Pl (2) to PS A26J2
Pl (1) to 45 -kw gen. J8
Pl (F) to PS A26J5
Pl (F) to PS A26Jl
GRD (F) to PTS A4A4J8
GRD (F) to PTS A4A4J7
GRD ( F) to EL grd panel
GRD ( F) to grd rod 1
GRD (F) to 45-kw gen GRD
GRD (F) to PDB Jl2
GRD (F) to grd rod 1
Pl (1) to PDB J9

From

Notes:
1. Cables installed as part of normal firing position installation.
2. Two ground clamp assemblies are required at this location.
3. Primary usage (standby power).
4. Basic signa l and winterization cables not included.

42W50 (note 1)
58Wl
60Wl6 (note 1)
60Wl7(note1)
60Wl01 (note l)
60Wl01(note1)
60W 101 (note l)
60Wl01 (note 1)
60Wl01
60Wl01
60Wl01
60W l09 (note 3)

Cable

P2 (3) to EL AlAlJl
P2 ( 1) to PDB Jl5
P2 ( 1) to PTS A4A3J 2
P2 ( 10) to PTS A4A3J 1
GRD (F) to PS GRD
GRD (F) to EL grd panel
GRD (F) to grd rod 1
GRD ( F) to grd rod 2
GRD (F) to grd rod 1 (note 2)
GRD ( F) to grd rod 1
GRD (F) to grd rod 2
P2 (3) to PS A26J7

To

Table 9-4. Firing Position Auxiliary Power Cabling Data, One Missile

(')

'....

P 1 ( l) to CMA J 6
Pl (7) to CMA J2
P l (5) to CMA J4
Pl (4) to CMA J5
Pl (6) to CMA J3
Pl ( F) to 1st stg J 1
Pl (2) to CMA J7
Pl (3) toCMA-Jl
GRD (f) to EL grd panel (note 2)
GRD (F) to grd rod l (note 3)
CMA
CMA

From
P2 ( 1 ) ( note 1)
P2 (9) to EL A l A lJ 5
P2 (13) ( note 1)
P2 (7) (note 1)
P2 ( 14) (note 1 )
P2 (4) (note 1)
P2( l )(note 1)
P2 (8) (note 1 )
GRD (f) to grd rod 1 (note 3)
GRD ( F) to grd rod 2 ( note 3)

To

Notes:
1. P2 end not connected. Cables, airhose, and condition ed-ai r duct laid out to faci litate later connection.
2. Must be co nnected when changing to fi rin g status.
3. Not used in standby, but must be in place to facil itate quick change to firing status.

60W3
60W9
60Wl0
60Wl 1
60Wl2
60W32
60W34
60W40
60Wl01
60Wl01
Airduct(note 1)
H igh -p r essure
a irhose ( note 1)

Cable

Table 9-5. Preparation for Standby Cabling Data, One Missile

....
....

ID

"""

("')

GRD (F) to grd rod 1


Pl ( 1) to PDB J 10
Pl (F) to WS blanket J2
Pl (F) to GS blanket . J l

GOW 101
GOW 109
GOW 114
GOW 11 5

See footnote at end of table .

GRD (F) to EL grd panel (note 3)

Pl (7) to CMA J2
Pl (F) to 2nd stg blanket - Jl
Pl (F) to 1st stg blanket - Jl
Pl (F) to EL A9J3
GRD (F) to PDB Jl3

Pl ( l) to 45 -kw gen JS
GRD (F) to PDB Jl2
GRD (F) to grd rod 1
GRD (F) to 45 -kw gen GRD

From

GOW 101

Position 2
GOW9
GOW25
GOW25
GOW38
GOW 10 l

58Wl
GOWlOl
GOW 101
GOW 101

Cable

- J 15
rod 1 ( note 1)
rod 2
rod 1

GRD (F) to grd


P2 (3) to EL
P2 (F) to EL
P2 ( F) to EL -

rod 2
AlAlJ 1
A8Jl
A8J2

P2 (9) to EL A l AlJ5
P2 ( F) to EL A9J2
P2 ( F) to EL A9Jl
P2 ( F) to 1st stg Jl O (note 2)
GRD (F) to EL grd panel
GRD ( F) to grd rod 1

P2 ( 1) to PDB
GRD (F) to grd
GRD (F) to grd
GRD (F) to grd

To

Table 9-6. QRA Standby Cabling Data, Two Missiles

.c::.

(')

...cp

(7) to CMA - J2

GRD (F) to grd rod 1


GRD (F) to EL grd panel (note 3)
P 1 ( 1 ) to PDB - J 11
Pl (F) to WS blanket J2
Pl ( F) to GS blanket J 1

(f) to 2nd stg blanket - J 1


(F) to 1st stg blanket - Jl
(f) to EL - A9J3
GRD (f) to EL - grd panel
GRD ( F) to conductor splice
GRD ( f) to conductor splice

Pl
Pl
Pl
Pl

From

(9) to EL AlA1J5

P2 (3) to EL AlAlJl
P2 (F) to EL - A8Jl
P2 (F) to EL - A8J2

GRD (F) to grd rod 2


GRD (f) to grd rod 1

{',

(F) to EL A9J2
(F) to EL - A9Jl
(F) to 1st stg J 10 (note 2)

GRD (F) to conductor splice


GRD ( f) to conductor splice
GRD (F) to PDB J 14

P2
P2
P2
P2

To

Notes:
1. Two ground clamps required for ground rod 1.
2. Used during standard or confidence count when ambient temperature is - 7C (20F) or below, and
for 30 minutes prior to starting PS at -32C (-25F) or below.

Position 3
60W9
60W25
60W25
60W38
60W101
60W101
60W101
60W101
60Wl01
60Wl09
60Wl 14
60Wl15

Cable

Table 9-6. QRA Standby Cabling Data, Two Missiles-Continued

...w

If

('")

From

Pl (2) to PS A26J2
Pl (F} to PS A26J 5
Pl (F) to PS A26Jl
GRD ( F} to PTS A4A4J 8
GRD (F} to PTS A4A4J7

Pl ( 1 ) to 45 -kw gen JS
GRD ( F} to 45 -kw gen GRD
GRD (F) to PDB J 12
GRD ( F) to grd rod 1

See footnote at end of table .

Position 1
42W50
60Wl6
60Wl 7
60W 101
60W 101

58Wl
60Wl01
60W l 0 1
60W 101

Cable

J 15
rod 1 ( note 1)
rod 1
rod 2

P2 (3) to EL . Al AlJl
P2 ( 1) to PTS A4A3J2
P2 ( 10 ) to PTS A4A3Jl
GRD (F} to PS GRD
GRD ( F) to EL . grd panel

P2 ( 1) to PDB
GRD ( F) to grd
GRD (F) to grd
GRD ( F) to grd

To

Table 9-7 . QRA Au xiliary and Stan dby Power Cabling Data, Three Missiles

Notes (Continued):
3. Conn ect prior to countd own .

-"'

(")

.j:>.

\0

GRD (F) toPDB - Jl3


GRD (F) to EL- grd panel (note 3 )
GRD (F) to grd rod 1
Pl(l ) toPDB-JlO

GRD (F) toPDB - Jl4


GRD (F) to conductor spl ice
GRD (F) to conductor spl ice
GRD (F) to EL - grd pa nel (note 3)
GRD (F) to grd rod 1
Pl(l ) toPDB - Jll

Position 2
60W l 01
60W l 01
60Wl01
60W l 09

Position 3
60W l 01
60W l 01
60W 101
60W l 01
60W l 01
60Wl09

Notes:
1. Two ground clamps required for ground rod 1.
2. Bas ic signal and winter ization cab les not included.
3 . Con nect prior to countdown .

GRD (f ) to EL- grd panel (note 3 )


GRD (F) to grd rod 1
Pl (1 ) to PDB- J9

From

60W l 01
60W l 01
60Wl09

Cable

GRD ( F) to conductor splice


GRD ( F) to conductor splice
GRD (F) to EL - grd panel
GRD ( F) to grd rod 1
GRD (F ) to grd rod 2
P2 (3 ) to EL A l A lJ l

GRD ( F) to EL - grd panel


GRD ( F) togrd rod I
GRD ( F) to grd rod 2
P2 (3 ) to EL - Al AU 1

GRD (F) to grd rod 1


GRD (F) to grd rod 2
P2 (3 ) to PS - A26J7

To

Table 9-7. QRA Auxiliary and Standby Power Cabling Data, Three Missiles-Continued

'P
....
C1'I

From

P2 ( 1) - (note 1)
P2 (9) to EL AlA1J5
P2 (13) - (note l)
P2 (7) - (note 1)
P2 (14) - (note 1)
P2 ( 1) to PTS A4A3J2
P2 ( 10) to PTS A4A3Jl
P2 (F) to 10-kw gen - WlJ 1
P2 (F) to EL A9Jl
P2 (f) to EL A9J2
P2 (4) - (note 1)
P2 ( 1) - (note 1)
P2 (8) - (note 1)
P2 ( 1) to PTS A4A3J3
P2 (F) to EL - A8J2
(Note 1)

To

Table 9-8. Preparation for Travel Cabling Data

Pl (1) to CMA J6
Pl (7) to CMA - J2
Pl (5) to CMA - J4
Pl (4) to CMA - JS
Pl (6) to CMA J3
Pl (F) to PS A26J5
Pl (F) to PS - A26Jl
Pl (4) to EL W2Jl
P 1 ( F) to 1st stg blanket - J 1
Pl (F) to 2nd stg blanket - J 1
Pl (F) ~o 1st stg - J1
Pl (2) to CMA J7
Pl (3) to CMA J1
Pl (F) to vehicle M656
Pl (F) to GS blanket - J1
CMA

See footnote at end of table.

60W3
60W9 (note 2)
60Wl0
60Wll
60Wl2
60Wl6
60Wl7
60W2 l (note 3)
60W25
60W25
60W32
60W34
60W40
60Wl08 (note 3)
60W115
Air duct

Cable

,/

"\

....'.

en

CMA

From

(Note 1)

To

Notes:
1. P2 end not connected. Cables, airhose, and conditioned-air duct bundled and dressed on EL with tiedowns
provided.
2. Slack of 60W9 dressed into cable bundle on EL (see note 1 above).
3. Connection for in-transit heating.

High-pressure
airhose

Cable

Table 9-8. Preparation for Travel Cabling Data-Continued

"\

....
......

ID

Pl (F) to 5-kw gen ( note 2)


P 1 ( F) to 5-kw gen (note 3)
Pl (7) to GS cntr - J4

60W37
60W37
60W56

P2 ( F) to EH CB - J4
P2 (F) to interconnecting box 10607286 - J3
P2 ( F) to EHCB - J3 or interconn ecting box
10607 286 - J4 (no te 1)
P2 ( F) to EHCB - J l
P2 ( F) to interconn ecting box 10607286 - J 1
P2 (F) to EHCB - J2

To

Notes:
1. Alternate connection.
2. During in-transit heating, 5-kw generator is mounted on trailer Ml05 , towed by second stage/ guidance
section container truck .
3. During in-transit heating, 5-kw generator is mou nted at rear of first stage container truck cargo bed.

Pl (F) to GS cntr - J 14
P l (F) to 1st stg cntr - J l
P 1 ( F) to 2nd stg cntr - J 1

From

Table 9-9 . Missile In-Container Heat Cabling Data

60W25
60W25
60W25

Cable

ID

()

....00

Pl ( F) to GS cn l r J 14
Pl ( F) lo 5kw gen - J5 or PDB J 5
(see note)
Pl (7) to GS cn tr - J4

From

Note: Al ternate connection fo r firing site in-con taine r heating.

60W56

60W25
60W37

Cable

P2 ( F) to EHCB - J 2

P2 ( F) lo EHCB J4
P2 ( F) lo EHCB Jl

To

Table 9 - 10 . Guidance Section In-Container Heat Cabling Data

co

'P
...

n~

From

P2 (1) to 98W3 Pl (1) (note 2)

P2 (3) to EL - AlAlJ 1
P2 (F) to 10-kw gen - J 1
GRD (F) to EL grd panel
GRD ( F) to grd rod 1
GRD ( F) to grd rod 2
P2 (3) to EL - AlAlJ2
P2 (F) to EL AlAlJ4
Pl (1) to 60W34 P2 (1) (note 2)

To

Table 9-11. EL Electrical Circuit Test Set Cabling Data

Pl (2) to PS - A26J2
Pl ( 4) to EL - W2J 1 (see note)
GRD (F) to PS GRD
GRD (F) to EL - grd panel
GRD ( F) to grd rod 1
P1 ( F) to electrica I circuit test set - J 2
Pl (F) to electrical circuit test set - J 1
Red to electrical circuit test set - DC +
Black to electrical circuit test set - DC Pl (2) to CMA J7

Notes:
1. Alternate generator connection.
2. Installation for cable mast and clamp release mechanism test.

60W34

42W50
60W21
60Wl01
60Wl01
60W101
98Wl
98W2
98W3

Cable

flt .OU;

.------ - - -

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I
I
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.,.,..,,,

t--------~~a-~~+-"''-~avi

L------I

Ill"''-~--+-=-~-"'~

~------- - vrz.---r''-----"'V1J-"""I

I
I

..

~-------.171!!~~-t2:!--,-'~)-~-{7[~

,,,,,
"'"'''

I
I

r--- --- --~l7feL,--i-"'-r'-'V'I


I

~-------ITTl!!L..f~-+-"---t~~ll:I----"=-(~

I
I

I
:

~'~~

::-"'""

'::fff"~

~CIM

L----------------------~
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I

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"'4Nt<ILD1"' NOUl/11(/
I [2) .NtlKATll MAU h <tNl(TlM'

Figure 9 - 1. Cable mast cable test connections.

9-20

Cl

'...

Pl ( 1) to 45kw gen - JS
Pl ( 1) to PDB - J9
P l (1) to PDB JlO
P 1 ( 1 ) to PDB - J 11
GRD (F ) to 45 -kw gen - GRD
GRD (F ) to PDB - Jl2
GRD ( F) to grd rod 1

From

To

P2 ( 1) to PDB - J 15
P2 (2) to RTS - J15
P 2 ( 2) to RTS - J 1 5
P2 (2) to RTS - J 15
GRD (F) to PDB - Jl 3
GRD (F) to grd rod 1
GRD (F) to grd rod 2

Note: 58W 1 is a multiusage cable from motor generator cable reel s.

58W 1 (see note)


60W20
60W20
60W20
60W l 01
60W 101
60W 101

Cable

Table 9-12. Headquarters Battery Cabling Data

'~

Pl ( 2) to FDT - A2JS
P 1 ( 1) to FDT - A2J 7
Pl (F) to FDT - A2J2
Pl (F) to FDT - A2J6
Pl (1) to 45-kw gen - JS
Pl (1) to 45-kw gen - JS
GRD (F) to 45-kw gen - GRD
GRD (F) to FDT GRD
GRD (F) to 45-kw gen GRD
GRD (F) to SCTS A32A4A4J7
GRD (F) to grd rod 1
Pl (F) to FDT A2J3
Headset (F)
Headset (F)
Headset ( F)

From

To

P2 (3) to SCTS - input pwr J3


P2 ( 1) to SCTS input pwr J2
P2 (10) to SCTS - A32A4A3Jl
P2 ( 1) to SCTS - A32A4A3J2
P2 ( 1) to FDT - A2J4
P2 ( 1) to FDT - A2J 5
GRD (F) to SCTS - A32A4A4J 10
GRD (F) to SCTS - A32A4A4Jl 1
GRD (F) to SCTS A32A4A4J9
GRD (F) to grd rod 1
GRD (F) to grd rod 2
P2 ( 2) to input pwr J 1
SCTS - A32A4A4J 1
SCTS - A32A4A4J2
FDT - A2J16

Note: 58Wl is a multiusage cable from motor generator cable reels.

42W50
43W6
43W9
43Wl0
58Wl (see note)
58Wl (see note)
60Wl01
60Wl01
60Wl01
60Wl01
60Wl01
60Wl 10

Cable

Table 9-13. SCTS Cabling Data, Using PSE

'

IO

-n

28W3
28W5
28W6
28W8
28W9
28W l 0
60W3
60W9
60W 10
60Wl l
60Wl2
60W l 6
60Wl 7
60W32
60W34
60W40
60W l 0 1
5 0W 10 l
60W 10 1
60W 101

Cable

Fro m

To
P2 ( 1) to GS cntr Wl3J 13
P2 ( 1) to GS cntr. WllJ l l
P2 (6) to GS cntr WlOJ 10
P2 (2) to 2nd stg cntr. W7J 7
P2 ( 5) to 2 nd stg cntr W6J6
P2 ( 1) to 2nd stg cntr W5J 5
P2 ( l ) to PS A26J 6
P2 (9) to PTS A4A 1J 8
P2 ( 13) to PTS A4A lJ4
P2 (7) to PTS A4A1J 5
P2 ( 14) to PTS A4A 1J3
P2 ( 1) to PTS A4A3J2
P2 ( 10) to PTS A4A3J 1
P2 (4) to PTS A4AlJ9
P2 ( 1) to PTS A4A1J7
P2 (8) to PTS - A4AlJ6
GRD ( F) to PTS - A4A4 J 1 1
GRD ( F) to PTS A4A4J8
GRD (F} to grd rod 1
GRD (F) to grd rod 2

Table 9 -14. Missile In-Container Test Cabling Data

P 1 ( 1) to 2nd stg en tr . W 1J1


Pl ( 1) to 2nd stg cntr W3J3
P l (12) to 2nd stg cntr W2J2
Pl (1) to 1st stg cntr W3 J 3
P l (1 1) to 1st stg cntr W2 J 2
P l (1) to 1st stg cn tr. Wl J l
P l ( 1) to GS cntr W9J9
P l (7) to GS cntr. W4 J4
Pl (5) to GS cntr W7J7
P 1 ( 4) to GS cntr - W8J 8
Pl (6) to GS cntr - W5J5
Pl (F) to PS A26J5
Pl ( F) to PS. A26Jl
P l (F) to ls! stg cntr W5J5
Pl (2) to GS cntr - W6J6
Pl (3) to GS cntr. W3J3
GRD (F} to PS GRD
GRD (F} to 1st stg cn l r - GRD
GRD ( F} to PTS A4A4J 7
GRD ( F) to grd rod 1

IO

U'I

!>)

GRD (F) to PTS A4A4J8


Pl (1) to 1st stg cntr WlJl
Head set ( F)
Headset (F)

60W101
60W 111

GRD (F) to PTS A4A4J11


GRD ( F) to grd rod 1
GRD ( F) to grd rod 2 or 1st stg GRD (see
note)
GRD (F) to 1st stg cntr GRD
P2 ( 1) to PS A26J 6
PTS A4A4Jl
PS A26J4

To

Note: When fir st stage is un der maintenance, disconnect 60W101 from ground rod 2 and connect to ground
on first stage. Disconnect all cab les from container.

GRD (F) to PS GRD


GRD (F) to PTS A4A4J7
GRD (F) to grd rod 1

From

Table 9 - 15. First Stage In-Container Test Cabling Data-Continued

60W l 01
60Wl01
60Wl01

Cable

'

'N

Pl (1) to 2nd stgcntr - WlJl


Headset (F)
Headset (F)

60W112

P2 (6) to PTS - A4A2J8


P2 (2) to PTS A4A2J 5
P2 (2) to 2nd stg cntr - W7J7
P2 (5) to 2nd stg cntr - W6J6
P2 (1) to 2nd stg cntr W5J5
P2 ( F) to PTS - A4A4J8
P2 ( 1) to PTS A4A3J2
P2 ( 10) to PTS - A4A3J 1
GRD (F) to PTS A4A4J 11
GRD (F) to grd rod 1
GRD (F) to grd rod 2 or 2nd stage - GRD
(see note)
P2 (1) to PS - A26J6
PTS - A4A4Jl
PS A26J4

To

(1

f.

Note: When second stage is under maintenance, disconnect 60Wl01 from ground rod 2 and connect to
ground on second stage. Disconnect all cables from container.

Pl (12) to 2nd stgcntr - W2J2


Pl ( 1) to 2nd stg cntr - W3J3
Pl (1) to PTS -A4A2J4
Pl ( 11) to PTS - A4A2J6
Pl ( 1) to PTS - A4A2J2
Pl (f) to PTS - A4A4J6
Pl (F) to PS - A26J5
Pl (F) to PS A26J 1
GRD (F) to PS GRD
GRD (F) to PTS A4A4J7
GRD (F) to grd rod 1

From

28W6
28W8
28W8
28W9
28Wl0
32Wl0
60Wl6
60Wl7
60Wl01
60Wl01
60Wl01

Cable

Table 9-16. Second Stage In-Container Test Cabling Data

'\

~
.....

ID

28W3
28W5
28W6
32Wl0
60W3
60W9
60Wl0
60Wl l
60Wl2
60Wl6
60Wl7
60W34
60W40
60Wl01
60Wl01
60Wl01

Cable

P 1 ( 1) to PTS A4A2J 3
Pl (1) to PTS A4A2J4
Pl (12) to PTS A4A2 J7
Pl (1) to PTS A4A4J6
Pl (1) to GS cntr W9J9
Pl (7) to GS cntr W4J4
Pl (5) to GS cntr W7J7
Pl (4) to GS cntr W8J8
Pl (6) to GS cntr W5J5
Pl (F) to PS A26J5
P 1 ( F) to PS A26J 1
Pl (2) to GS cntr W6J6
Pl (3) to GS cntr W3J3
GRD (F) to PS GRD
GRD (F) to PTS A4A4J7
GRD (F) to grd rod 1
Headset ( F)
Headset (F)
Dummy connector 32A4AlP6

From
P2 ( 1) to GS cntr Wl3Jl3
P2 ( 1) to GS cntr WllJll
P2 (6) to GS cntr WlOJlO
P2 (F) to PTS A4A4J8
P2 ( 1) to PS A26J6
P2 (9) to PTS A4AlJ8
P2 ( 13) to PTS - A4A1J4
P2 (7) to PTS A4A1J5
P2 ( 14) to PTS A4AlJ3
P2 ( 1) to PTS A4A3J2
P2 ( 10) to PTS A4A3J 1
P2 (1) to PTS A4AlJ7
P2 (8) to PTS A4A1J6
GRD (F) to PTS A4A4Jll
GRD ( F) to grd rod 1
GRD (F) to grd rod 2
PS A26J4
PTS A4A4Jl
GS cntr WlJ 1

To

Table 9-17. Guidance Section In-Container Test Cabling Data

'P

CD

Pl
Pl
P1
P1
Pl
Pl

From

GS cntr
GS cntr

To

(F)
(2)
( 1)
( F)
(F)
( 1)

to
to
to
to
to
to

SCTS A32A4A4J6
FDT A2J8
FDT A2J 7
FDT A2J 2
FDT- A2J6
45-kw gen JS

From
P2
P2
P2
P2
P2
P2

{1

(f) to SCTS A32A4A4J8


(3) to SCTS input pwr J3
( 1) to SCTS input pwr J 2
( 10) to SCTS A32A4A3J 1
(1) to SCTS A32A4A3J2
(1) to FDT A2J4

To

Table 9-18. Azimuth Laying Control Box Test Cabling Data

PS
PS

See footnote at end of table.

32Wl0
42W50
43W6
43W9
43Wl0
58Wl (see note)

Cable

Air duct
High-pressure
airhose

Cable

{,

Table 9-17. Guidance Section In-Container Test Cabling Data-Continued

'N
'

To
P2 ( 1) to FDT A2J 5
P2 (15) to SCTS A32A4A1J2
GRD (F) to SCTS A32A4A4J 11
GRD (F) to SCTS A32A4A4J 10
GRD (f) to SCTS A32A4A4J9
GRD (F) to grd rod 1
GRD (F) to grd rod 2
P2 (2) to SCTS input pwr Jl
FDT A2J 16
SCTS A32A4A4J 1
SCTS A32A4A4J2
ALCB J6

Note: 58Wl is a multiusage cable from motor generator cable reels.

Pl (1) to 45-kw gen - JS


Pl (F) to ALCB Jl
GRD (F) to FDT GRD
GRD (F) to 45-kw gen - GRD
GRD (F) to 45-kw gen GRD
GRD (F) to SCTS A32A4A4J7
GRD (F) to grd rod 1
Pl (F) to FDT A2J 3
Headset (F)
Headset (F)
Headset (F)
Headset (F)

From

Table 9-18. Azimuth Laying Control Box Test Cabling Data-Continued

SSW 1 (see note)


60W44
60Wl01
60Wl01
60Wl01
60Wl01
60Wl01
60W110

Cable

'

ID

...w

FDT

FDT
FDT

Pl (2) to GS cntr W6J6


Pl (3) to GS cntr W3J3
GRD (F) to 1st stg cntr W6J6
GRD (F) to FDT GRD
GRD (F) to 45-kw gen GRD
GRD (F) to 45-kw gen GRD
GRD (F) to SCTS A32A4A4J7
GRD ( F) to grd rod 1
Dummy connector 32A4AlP6
Headset (F)
Headset (F)
Head set ( F)
Pl (F) to FDT A2J3

From

To
P2 (1) to SCTS A32A4AlJ7
P2 (8) to SCTS A32A4AlJ6
GRD (F) to SCTS A32A4A4J8
GRD (F) to SCTS A32A4A4Jll
GRD ( F) to SCTS A32A4A4J 10
GRD (F) to SCTS A32A4A4J9
GRD (F) to grd rod 1
GRD ( F) to grd rod 2
GS cntr WlJl
FDT A2Jl6
SCTS A32A4A4J 1
SCTS A32A4A4J2
P2 (2) to SCTS input pwr Jl
GS cntr
GS cntr
GS cntr

Note: 58Wl is a multiusage cable from motor generator cable reels.

60W l 10
Air duct
Air du ct
High-pressure
airhose

60W34
60W40
60Wl01
60Wl01
60Wl01
6 0W l01
60Wl01
60Wl01

Cable

Table 9-19. Missile In-Container Test Cabling Data, Using PSE-Continued

")

'w

From

Pl (1) to 1st stg cntr W3J3


Pl ( 11) to 1st stg cntr W2J2
Pl (2) to FDT A2JS
P 1 (1 ) to FDT A2J 7
Pl (F) to FDT A2J 2
Pl (F) to FOT A2J6
Pl ( 1) to 45-kw gen JS
Pl (1) to 45-kw gen JS
Pl (F) to 1st stg cntr W5J5
GRD (F) to 45-kw gen GRD
GRD (F) to 45-kw gen GRD
GRD (F) to 1st stg cntr GRD
GRD (F) to SCTS A32A4A4J7
GRD (f) to grd rod 1
GRD (f) to SCTS A32A4A4J 11
Pl (F) to FOT A2J 3

See footnote at end of table.

2SWS
2SW9
42W50
43W6
43W9
43W10
5SW 1 (note 1)
5SW 1 (note 1)
60W32
60Wl01
60Wl01
60Wl01
60Wl01
60Wl01
60Wl01
60Wl 10

Cable

()

{,

P2 (2) to SCTS A32A4A2J5


P2 ( 5) to SCTS A32A4A2Jl
P2 (3) to SCTS input pwr J3
P2 (1) to SCTS input pwr J2
P2 ( 10) to SCTS A32A4A3J 1
P2 ( 1) to SCTS A32A4A3J 2
P2 ( 1) to FDT A2J4
P2 ( 1) to FDT A2J 5
P2 (4) to SCTS A32A4A1J9
SCTS A3 2A4A4J 10
SCTS A32A4A4J9
GRD (F) to SCTS A32A4A4JS
GRD (F) to grd rod 1
GRD (f) to grd rod 2 or 1st stg (note 2)
GRD (f) to FDT GRD
P2 ( 2) to SCTS input pwr J 1

To

Table 9-20. First Stage In-Container Test Cabling Data, Using PSE

w
w

IO

Pl ( 1) to 1st stg cntr - WlJl


Headset (F)
Headset (F}
Headset ( F)

From
P2 ( 1) to FDT - A2J 1
FDT - A2J 16
SCTS - A32A4A4J 1
SCTS - A32A4A4J 2

To

Notes:
L 58Wl is a multiusage cable from motor generator cabl e r eels.
2. When f irst stage is to undergo maintenance, disconnect 60Wl01 from ground rod 2 and connect to GRD
on first stage.

60W 111

Cabl e

Table 9-20. First Stage In-Container Test Cabling Data, Using PSE- Continued

')

'w

From

Pl (12) to 2nd stg cntr W2J2


Pl (l) to 2nd stg cntr W3J3
Pl (1) to SCTS A32A4A2J4
Pl ( 11) to SCTS A32A4A2J6
Pl ( 1) to SCTS A32A4A2J2
Pl (F) to SCTS A32A4A4J6
Pl (2) to FDT A2J8
P 1 ( 1 ) to FDT A2J 7
Pl (F) to FDT A2J2
Pl (F) to FDT A2J6
Pl ( 1) to 45-kw gen JS
Pl ( 1) to 45-kw gen J8
GRD ( F) to FDT GRD
GRD (F) to 45-kw gen GRD
GRD (f) to 45-kw gen GRD
GRD ( F) to SCTS A32A4A4J 7

See footnote at end of table.

28W6
28W8
28W8
28W9
28Wl0
32Wl0
42W50
43W6
43W9
43Wl0
58Wl (note 1)
58Wl (note 1)
60Wl01
60Wl01
60Wl01
60Wl01

Cable

{I

{I

P2 (6) to SCTS A32A4A2J8


P2 (2) to SCTS A32A4A2J5
P2 (2) to 2nd stg cntr W7J7
P2(5)to2nd stg cntr W6J6
P2 (1) to 2nd stg cntr W5J 5
P2 (F) to SCTS A32A4A4J8
P2 (3) to SCTS input power J3
P2 ( 1) to SCTS input pwr J2
P2 ( 10) to SCTS A32A4A3J 1
P2 ( 1) to SCTS A32A4A3J 2
P2 ( 1) to FDT A2J4
P2 ( 1) to FDT A2J 5
GRD ( F) to SCTS A3 2A4A4J 11
GRD (F) to SCTS A32A4A4J9
GRD (F) to SCTS A32A4A4Jl0
GRD (F) to grd rod 1

To

Table 9-21. Second Stage In-Container Test Cabling Data, Using PSE

U1

ID

(
(

GRD ( F) to grd rod 1


Head set ( F)
Headset ( F)
Headset (F)
Pl (F) to FDT A2J3
Pl (1) to 2nd stg cntr - WlJl

From

GRD ( F) to grd rod 2 or 2nd stg ( note 2)


FDT - A2J 16
SCTS - A32A4A4J 1
SCTS - A3 2A4A4J2
P2 ( 2) to SCTS - input pwr J 1
P2 ( 1) to FDT - A2J 1

To

Notes:
1. 58W 1 is a multiusage cable from motor generator cabl e reels.
2. When second stage is to undergo maintenance, disconnect 60W l0 1 from ground rod 2 and connect to
ground on second stage.

60Wl 10
60Wl 12

60Wl01

Cable

Table 9-21. Second Stage In-Container Test Cabling Data, Using PSE-Continued

ID

al

See footnote at end of tabl e.

(1) to SCTS A32A4A2J3


(1) to SCTS A32A4A2J4
( 12 ) to SCTS A32A4A2Ji
(F) to SCTS A32A4A4J6
(2) to FDT A2J8
( l) to FDT A2J7
(F) to FDT A2J2
(F) to FDT A2J6
(1) to 45-kw gen. J8
( 1) to 45-kw gen. J8
(1) to GS cntr W9J9
(7) to GS cntr W4J4
(5) to GS cntr. W7J7
(4) to GS cnt r . W8J8
(6) to GS cn tr . W5J5
(2) to GS cntr W6J6
(3) to GS cntr W3J3

28W3
28W5
28W6
32W10
42W50
43W6
43W9
43Wl0
58W 1 (see note)
58W 1 (see note)
60W3
60W9
60Wl0
60Wl 1
60Wl2
60W34
60W40

Pl
Pl
Pl
Pl
Pl
Pl
Pl
Pl
Pl
Pl
Pl
Pl
Pl
Pl
Pl
Pl
Pl

From

Cable
P2
P2
P2
P2
P2
P2
P2
P2
P2
P2
P2
P2
P2
P2
P2
P2
P2

(1) to GS cntr Wl3Jl3


(1) to GS cntr WllJll
(6) to GS cntr WlOJ 10
(F) to SCTS A32A4A4J8
(3) to SCTS input pwr J3
( 1) to SCTS input pwr J2
( 10) to SCTS A32A4A3J 1
( 1) to SCTS A32A4A3J 2
( 1 ) to FDT A2J4
( 1 ) to FDT A2J5
( 1 ) to FDT A2J 1
(9) to SCTS A32A4AlJ8
( 13) to SCTS A32A4A1J4
(7) to SCTS A32A4A 1J5
( 14) to SCTS A32A4A 1J 3
( 1) to SCTS A32A4Al J 7
(8) to SCTS A32A4A1J6

To

Table 9- 22. Guidance Section In-Container Test Cabling Data, Using PSE

IO

'
w
....,

To
GRD (F) toSCTS A32A4A4Jll
GRD (F) to SCTS A32A4A4Jl0
GRD (F) to SCTS A32A4A4J9
GRD (F) to grd rod 1
GRD (F) to grd rod 2
P2 (2) to SCTS - input pwr J 1
GS cntr - W lJ 1
FDT A2J 16
SCTS - A32A4A4J 1
SCTS - A32A4A4J2
GS cntr
GS cntr
GS cntr

From

GRD (F) to FDT GND


GRD ( F) to 45 -kw gen GRD
GRD ( F) to 4 5-kw gen GRD
GRD (F) to SCTS - A32A4A4J 7
GRD (F) to grd rod 1
Pl(F) to FDT - A2J3
Dummy connector 32A4AlP6
Headset ( F)
Headset (F)
Headset (F)
FDT
FDT
FDT

Note: 58W 1 is a mu ltiusage cable from motor generator cable reels.

Air duct
Air d uct
High-pressure
airhose

60Wl01
60Wl01
60Wl01
60Wl01
60W l01
60W110

Cable

Table 9-22 . Guidance Section In-Container Test Cabling Data, Using PSE-Continued

')

00

'w

(l

Air inlet
High-p ressu re
airhose

32Wl0
42Wl
42W2
42W3
42W4
42W5
42W6
42W7
42W8
42W9
42Wl0
42Wl8
60Wl01
60Wl01

Cable

(;

Pl to SCTS - A32A4A4J6
Pl to SCTS pneu test console - J56
Pl to SCTS pneu test console - J57
Pl to SCTS pneu test console - J58
Pl to SCTS pneu test console - J59
Pl to SCTS pneu test console - J60
Pl to SCTS pneu test console - J62
Pl to SCTS pneu test console - J61
Pl to SCTS pneu test console - J63
Pl to SCTS pneu test console - J64
Pl to SCTS pneu test console - J65
Pl to SCTS pneu test console - J 135
GRD (F) to SCTS - A32A4A4J7
GRD (F) to grd rod 1
Dummy connector 11035469
GS blower
SCTS pneu test console

From

P2 to SCTS - A32A4A4J8
P2 to GS - WlJl
P2 to GS - W2J2
P2 to GS - W3J3
P2 to GS - W4J4
P2 to GS - W5J5
P4 to GS - W6J6
P2 to GS - W7J7
P2 to GS - Wl9J3
P2 to GS - W20J2
P2 to GS - W24J2
P2 to GS blower
GRD (F) to grd rod 1
GRD (F) to grd rod 2
GS- 7WlP2
GS
GS

To

Table 9-23. Guidance Section In-Van Cabling Data

IO

IO

PNEUMATIC TE.ST
CON50lE
CONNECTOR PANEl
9SA2A2

9SA2"3

PRE55URE
TE.ST .$ET

J(,0

Jt.2

/NO/CATES MAU ("ONNECTOR.

-li!W5

42Wt.

1057~4(,8

N/GNPNE55UR
AIRN05

NIGN PN5SllRE
A IN NO.SE
/10.179$5

I
I

I
I
I

WS./5

FSNB ~B

I
I
I
_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _J
Wt../&.

- ----

UMS/l/CA
("ONNECTIONS

CUIOANCE .$CT/ON
8
(/N TE.57 OOllY)

Figure 9-2. Guidance section pressure test.

NOT~:

Pl

Pl

COMPT:
A/R
SUPPlY

COMPT:
PRE55.
CHECK

',i.

{\

.151

(r

IZl

Pl

1051"4'~~"

AIRHOSE

Nlt:HPRESStlRE

./2W2

DOOR

BATTERY
ACCESS

P2

{.:

uiiB1Licii coNA.iecnoZl

"

TO.AIR

WPUT
FILTER

iI

---i1

BOTTLE

L - - - - - - - ____ .....J

SWITCH

P!?C~JllRE

r7;;Pllrc"RO"ss

A IllHOSE
11027461

-----------'

WU2

Figure 9-3. Pressure switch test setup.

INDICATES MAI. CONNEroR.

NOTE:

Hl&H-PRE.SStlHE
AIR CdtPLIA/$

'5A2

PNEUMATIC TEST
CONSQi. CONNECTOR
PANEi.

&ii/DANCE SCCTION 8
(IN TE.ST 001.l.Y)

TO

FSNBf5

UMBILICAi.

6(.1/0ANCC SEcrtON tJ

(IN TEST POLLY)


~ESivJie

PNEUMATIC

- - --,

TESTCQV~E

C-QNNECTOR

PANEL
95;12

Pt

PZ
4ZN9

~:ECTION

4ZWZ

I
I
I
I

42Wt;

:::~::~~~'::~===H==l~=H==P,=~=ES.=SV.
==~=E===t=1
All?HOSE
1057<:>4611

I
I
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____ _ J

PNEllM.4TIC
TEST
!15A2.42

CH.45515

NOT

12'.'.J 1NPIC.4rl'S M.4LE C<WM"CTO-"

TOST-120
FSN8f6

Figure 9-4. Air pressure test setup.

9-41

1r---1'
--

r-----1

::()~~:
~~I
~
11

1I

11
11
i

li:1

1 I~

11!?.___

9.42

-,

II

~~II

.! I
:
I

_ _ _ _ __J

Table 9-24. Connector Pin Number-to-Letter


Cross-Reference
No.

Letter

No.

Letter

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21

A
B

22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41

L
M

v
w
x

d
e
f
g
h

km
n
p

r
~

No.

Letter

42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
61

.Y
~

w
~

AA
BB

cc

DD

EE

FF

GG

HH
JJ

KK

LL

MM

NN

pp

Table 9-25. Cable Transport or Storage


Area Data
Item

Transport or storage area


Firing Position Power Distribution Set

42W50
42W54
60W3
'W 60W9

60Wl0

Coiled in
vehicle
Coiled in
vehicle
In bundle
In bundle
In bundle

forward cargo area of PTS/PS


forward cargo area of PTS/PS
on EL
on EL
on EL

9.43

Table 9-25. Cable Transport or Storage


Area Data- Continued
Item

Tran sport or storage area

Firing Position Power Distribution Set-Continued


60Wl 1
60Wl2
60W16
60Wl7
60W21
60W25
60W32
60W34
60W38
60W40
60W43
60W44
60Wl01
60Wl03
60Wl05
60W l09
60Wl 14

60W 115

Conditioned air duct


High -press ure
airhose
Ground rod
Groun d clamp
Power distribution box
Cable reel
assembly

9-44

In bund le on EL
In bundle on EL
Connected between PTS and PS on PTS /
PS ve hicle
Connected between PTS and PS on PTS /
PS vehicle
Connected from tractor XM 7 5 7 to EL
for missile transit; stored on XM7 57
Coiled on auxiliary eq uipmen t vehicle;
winterized operation . operating posi
tion on EL
In bundle on EL
In bundle on EL
Coi led on auxiliary equipment vehicle
In bun dle on EL
On aux iliary equipment vehicle
On auxi liary equipment vehicle
Four co iled in forward cargo area of
PTS / PS vehicle; three coi led onauxilia ry
equipment ve hicle
Coiled in forward cargo area of PTS/PS
vehic le
On reel stowed on auxiliary equipment
vehicle
On auxiliary equi pment vehicle
Normal ope ration coiled on auxiliary
equipment vehicle; winterized operation connected to warhead section
blanket on EL
Normal operation connected to gu id
a nee section blanket on EL
In bundle on EL
In bundle on EL
Auxiliary equipment vehicle
Auxiliary equipment veh icle
Auxiliary equipment vehicle
Auxiliary equip ment vehicle

C2

Table 9-25. Cable Transport or Storage


Area Data-Continued
Item

Transport or storage area

EL/ Missile Auxiliary Power Distribution Set

60W3
60W9
60W10
60Wll
60W12
60W21
60W25
60W32
60W34
60W38
60W40
60W101
60Wl09
60W114

60W115
High pressure airhose
Conditionedair duct
Ground clamp
Ground rod
Conductor
splice

In bundle on EL
In bundle on EL
In bundle on EL
In bundle on EL
In bundle on EL
Connected from tractor XM757 to EL
for missile transit; stored on XM757
Coiled on auxiliary equipment vehicle;
winterized operation operating position on EL
In bundle on EL
In bundle on EL
Coiled: on auxiliary equipment vehicle
In bundle on EL
Four coiled on auxiliary equipment vehicle
On auxiliary equipment vehicle
Normal operation coiled in auxiliary
equipment vehicle; winterized operation connected to warhead section
blanket on EL
Normal operation connected to guidance
section blanket on EL
In bundle on EL
In bundle on EL
Auxiliary equipment vehicle
Auxiliary equipment vehicle
Auxiliary equipment vehicle

Forward Area Test Cable Set

28W3
28W5
28W6

C2

Coiled in
battery
Coiled in
battery
Coiled in
battery

front of parts shelter on firing


maintenance vehicle
front of parts shelter on firing
maintenance vehicle
front of parts shelter on firing
maintenance vehicle

9.45

Table 9-25. Cable Transport or Storage


Area Data-Continued
Transport or storage area

Item

Forward Area Test Cable Set-Continued


28W8

Coiled in front of parts shelter


battery maintenance vehicle
Coiled in front of parts shelter
battery maintenance vehicle
Coiled in front of parts shelter
battery maintenance vehicle
Coiled in front of parts shelter
battery maintenance vehicle
Coiled in front of parts shelter
battery maintenance vehicle
Coiled in front of parts shelter
battery maintenance vehicle

28W9
28W10
60Wl01
60Wlll
60W112

on firing
on firing

'-"

on firing
on firing
on firing

.._,,.

on firing

Guidance Section In-Container Heat Set


60W25
60W37
60W56
Electrical
heating con
trol box

Connected on guidance section container


truck
Connected on guidance section container
truck
Connected on guidance section container
truck
Guidance section container truck

Missile In-Container Heat Set


60W25
60W37
60W56

9-46

In connected position: two on second


stage/guidance section container truck;
one on first stage container truck
In connected position: one each on first
stage container truck and second stage/
guidance section container truck
In connected position: on second stage/
guidance section container truck

'9.1

'9.1

Table 9-25. Cable Transport or Storage


Area Data-Continued
Item

Transport or storage area


Missile In-Container Heat Set-Continued

Electrica I
heating control box
Interconnecting
box

On second stage/ guidance section con


tainer truck
On first stage container truck

Headquarters Battery Cable Set


60W20
60Wl01
Power distri
bution box
Ground rod
Ground clamp
assembly

On AN / TRC-80 transport truck M656


On 45-kw generator towing vehicle
On 4 5-kw generator towing vehicle
On 45-kw generator towing vehicle
On 45 -kw generator towing vehicle

Direct Support Cable Set


28W3
28W5
28W6
28W8
28W9
28Wl0
42W50
43W6
43W9
43Wl0
60W3
60W9
60Wl0
60Wl 1
60Wl2
60W32
60W34

Cable 1, reel
Cable 2, reel
Cable 3, reel
Cables 1 and
trailer
Cable 3, reel
Cable 4, reel
Cable l, reel
on cable reel
Cable 1, reel
Cable 2, reel
Cable 2, reel
Cable 1, reel
Cable 3, reel
Cable 1, reel
Cable 2, reel
Cab le 3, reel
Cable 1, reel
Cable 2, reel

on
on
on
reel

cable reel trailer


cable reel trailer
cable reel trailer
2, on cable reel

2, on
2, on
8, and
trailer
7, on
7, on
8, on
4, on
7, on
6, on
6, on
6, on
3, on
3, on

cab le reel trailer


cable reel trailer
cable 3, reel 4,

1,
1,
l,
2,

cable
cable
cable
cable
cable
cable
cab le
cab le
cable
cable

reel
reel
reel
reel
reel
reel
reel
reel
r eel
reel

trailer
trailer
trailer
trailer
trailer
trailer
trailer
trailer
trailer
trailer

9-47

Table 9-25. Cable Transport or Storage


Area Data-Continued
Item

Transport or storage area


Direct Support Cable Set-Continued

60W40
60W44
60Wl01

60Wl 10
60Wl 11
60W l l 2
Ground clamp
Ground rod s

Cabl e 3, reel 3, on
Cable 2, reel 4, on
Cables 1 th ru 7, on
trailer
Cable 3, r eel 8, on
Cable 1, reel 5, on
Cable 2, r eel 5, on
On ca ble reel trailer
On ca ble reel trailer

cable reel trailer


cable reel trailer
reel 9, cab le reel
cable reel trailer
cable reel trailer
cable reel trailer

Other Interconnecting and Test Cables

22A35W l
22A35W2
22A35W3
22A35W4
22A35W5
22A35W6
22A35W7
22A35W8
25Wl
25W3
25W4
25W5
25W6
25W7
25W8
25W9
25Wl0
25Wl 1
25Wl3
25Wl4
26Wl
26W2
26W3
26W5
26W6
26W7
26W9

9-48

Part of ca ble mast assembly


Part of cable mast assembly
Part of cable mast assembly
Part of cable mast assembly
Part of cable ma st assembly
Part of cable mast assembly
Part of cable mast assembly
Part of cable mast assembly
Part of guidan ce section container
Part of guidance section conta in er
Part of guidan ce section container
Part of guidance section container
Part of guida nce section container
Part of guidance section container
Part of guidance section container
Part of guidan ce section container
Part of guida nce section container
Pa rt of guidance section container
Part of guidance section contai ner
Part of guidance section contai ner
Pa rt of second stage container
Part of secon d stage con tainer
Pa rt of secon d stage container
Part of second sta ge con tain er
Part of second stage container
Pa rt of second sta ge container
Pa rt of second sta ge container

Cl

Table 9-25. Cable Transport or Storage


Area Data- Continued
Item

Transport or storage area

Other Interconnecting and Test Cables - Continued


27Wl
27W2
27W3
27W5
27W6
32W10
42Wl
42W2
42W3
42W4
42W5
42W6
42W7
42W8
42W9
42W10
42W13
42Wl4
58Wl
60W l 8
60W108
69Wl
69W3
76W3
98Wl
98W2
98W3

Cl

Part of first stage container


Part of first stage container
Part of first stage container
Part of first stage container
Part of first stage conta iner
In PTS storage cabinet
Forward sto rage area of SCTS
Forward storage area of SCTS
Forwa rd stor age a r ea of SCTS
Forward storage area of SCTS
Forward storage area of SCTS
Forward storage area of SCTS
Fo rward storage area of SCTS
Forward storage area of SCTS
Forward storage a rea of SCTS
Forward .storage area of SCTS
Forward storage area of SCTS
Forward storage area of SCTS
On reel on motor generator trailer
On reel in PTS
Connected between PTS and vehicle power
system on PTS / PS vehicle
Shop sets
Mechanica l shop set
In firing position tool kit carried on auxiliary equipment vehicle
On auxiliary equipment vehicle
On auxiliary equipmen t vehicle
On auxi liary equipment vehicle

9-49

Table 9-26. RFI Cables


Reference designation

42W54
60W9
60W10
60Wll
60W12
60W18
60W32
60W34
60W40
60W44
60W105

950

Reference No.

11039299-9
11039300-9
11039301-9
11039302-9
11039303-9
11039304-9
11039305-9
11039306-9
11039307-9
11039308-9
11039221-49

C4

'Ui

(")

Cable

See footnote at end of table.

22A35Wl
22A35W2
22A35W3
22A35W4
22A35W5
22A35W6
22A35W7
22A35W8
25Wl
25W3
25W4
25W5
25W6
25W7
25W8
25W9
25W10

11039314
11039310
11039313
11039311
11039312
10574079
11039315
11039316
10625175
10625176
10625177
10625178
10625179
10625180
10625181
10625182
11025978

Reference No.

17.58
17.75
17.25
17.25
17.0
18.0
21.67
18.17
5.0
10.6
13.0
11.25
14.0
13.7
11.7
13.4
9.4

Length (ft.)

Table 9-27. Cable Data

60
60
60
60
60
6 (branched)'
60 (branched)'
16
60
60
60
60
60
60
60
6
60

Number of conductors

'u..

(,

{r

See footnote at end of table.

25Wll
25W13
25W14
26Wl
26W2
26W3
26W5
26W6
26W7
26W9
27Wl
27W2
27W3
27W5
27W6
28W3
28W5

Cable

(1

11025566
10625186
10574740
10625187
11025979
11025568
11026164
11026165
11026166
10645840
11026167
11026168
11026169
10625199
10578255
11039273
11039274

Reference No.

9.7
9.8
9.2
15.8
16.7
17.9
12.0
12.0
12.0
3.33
16.0
14.6
16.0
12.25
13.0
25
25

Length (ft.)

Table 9-27. Cable Data-Continued

38
6
4 (branched) 1
6
60
38
5
54
25
1
5
54
25
60
1
6
54

Number of conductors

I\

cit
w

U>

(')

Cable

See footnote at end of table.

28W6
28W8
28W9
28W10
32W10
42Wl
42W2
42W3
42W4
42W5
42W6
42W7
42W8
42W9
42W10
42W13
42W14

11039275
11039276
11039277
11039278
11051227
10576322
10576323
10576324
10576325
10576326
10576327
10576328
11025752
11025815
10576331
11028496
11028978

Reference No.

25
25
25
25
2.6
12
12
12
12
12
12
12
12
12
12
3
4.5

Length (ft.)

Table 9-27. Cable Data-Continued

60
54
60
5
1
60
60
60
60
60
6
60
38
60
6
60 (branched) 1
4

Number of conductors

'u,

{,

42W50
42W54
42W54
43W6
43W9
43W10
58Wl
60W3
60W9
60W9
60W10
60W10
60Wll
60Wll
60W12
60W12
60W16

Cable

11039279
11039280
11039299
11039281
11039282
11039283
11039284
11039255
11039256
11039300
11039257
11039301
11039258
11039302
11039259
11039303
11039260

Reference No.

50
50
50
50
50
50
50
35
40
40
40
40
40
40
40
40
5

Length (ft.)

Table 9-27. Cable Data-Continued

4
60
60
4
60
4
4
6
60
60
60
60
60
60
60
60
4

Number of conductors

'

er.
c.n

U>

(')

Cable

60W17
60W18
60W20
60W21
60W25
60W32
60W32
60W34
60W34
60W37
60W38
60W40
60W40
60W43
60W44
60W44
60W56

(_

11039261
11039304
11039262
11039263
11039264
11039265
11039305
11039266
11039306
11039267
11039268
11039269
11039307
11039270
11039271
11039308
11039272

Reference No.

5
500
150
20
16
45
45
40
40
21
12
40
40
100
100
100
25

Length (ft.)

Table 9-27. Cable Data-Continued

60
9
4
4
4
60
60
60
60
4
4
60
60
9
25
25
7

Number of conductors

',

.i:.

'

c:n

U>

Values for main branch only.

60W101
60W103
60W105
60W108
60W109
60W110
60Wlll
60W112
60Wl 14
60Wl 15
69Wl
69W3
76W3
98Wl
98W2
98W3

Cable

11039201
11039203
11039221
11038614
11039209
11039210
11039211
11039212
11039214
11038590
11039289
11039290
11028552
11039204
11039205
11039297

Reference No.

50
35
550
22
150
50
35
35
22
12
50
50
2.2
10
10
2.5

Length (ft.)

Table 9-27. Cable Data-Continued

1
2
14
4
4
4
5
5
4
4
4
6
25
60
60
9

Number of conductors

NOit,
CAlll QAtdS All llNUTED
CAllU IUS !HAN Q.S INCH IN Dl....Slll.

''

..,_.

Figure 96. Typical multiconductor electrical cables.

C4

9-57 /(958 blank)

,,;?"'

1'

____, /

CHAPTER 10
SYSTEM COMPONENTS.TEST STATION
(CONTENTS)
Item
CMTS confidence tests program
data ...................................................
SCTS interior (auxiliary equipment),
left side ........................................... ..
SCTS interior (auxiliary equipment),
right side ...........................................
SCTS interior (major assemblies),
left side ............................................ .
SCTS interior (major assemblies),
right side ......................................... ..
SCTS shelter physical data ................ ..
SCTS transportation data ................... .
Tabulated data ................................... ..
UUT test set up data ............................

Reference
Table 10-2

Page
10-151

Fig. 10-6

10-9

Fig. 10-5

10-8

Fig. 104

10-7

Fig.
Fig.
Fig.
Par.
Table

10-3
101
10-2
10-1
10-1

106
104
105
1031
1010

C4

10-1/(10-2 blank)

CHAPTER 10
SYSTEM COMPONENTS TEST STATION
10-1 . Tabulated Data.
a. Input Requirements.
SCTS power entry panel. ....... 28v de, 65 amp; l 20/208v,
400 Hz, 3phase, 100 amp/ phase
PTS power cab le entry panel. ........... 28v de, 35 amp; 120/
208v, 400 Hz, 3 phase,
50 amp/phase
High.pressure air .............. ................. ... .... .. .. ... 3,000 psig

._,

b. Towing Speed Limitations.


Imp roved roads and highways ... ........... 50 mph (80 kmph)
Unimproved roads .. ... ... .. ....... ... .. ......... 30 mph (48 kmph)
Ro ugh ter ra in and poor roads .. .......... ....... 5 mph (8 kmph)

10-3

.;..

...

HOIST POINTS
(TYP, BOTH SIDES)

5 T IEDOWN POlNTS (TYP, EACH SIDE)


1,000 LB (453.6 KG) EACH LIMIT LOAD
(AIRCRAFT ONLY)
395.25 IN. (10.04 M)-

Figure 10 -1. SCTS shelter physical data.

KINGPIN-8,026 LB (3,641 KGl

LJ:

L_l49.25 lN.
I
r--- (3=380M) 701N.__,
,.
234.88 IN.
( 1.78 M:)
FRONT VIEW
5 97
306 .75 lN. <
Ml
NOTE:
WEIGHTS: VAN-16 ,495 LB
79
M)
(7.
TIEDOWN POINTS
(7 ,482 KGi
22,000 LB (9 ,979.2 KG)
REAR AXLE-6,014 L B (2.728 KG).
EACH LIMIT LOAD
LANDING GEAR-10 ,481 LB (4,754 KG)

16 IN.
(0.41 M)

TIEDOWN
POINTS
27,500 LB
( I2,474.2 KG)
\I_
EACH LIMIT LOAD
[

2 TlEDOWN POINTS (TYP, UNDER BOTH SIDES)


00 LB (2,903.04 KG) EACH LIMIT LOAD

FSNB - 9A I

PINT LE
LIMIT LOAD
46, 000 LB
(20,865.6 KG)

132 IN.
(3.3 5 M)

UI

...~

558 IN.
(14.17 M)

Figure 10-2. SCTS transportation data.

NOTES:
1. WEIGHT:33,496 LB. (15,194 KG).
2. TURNING RADIUS:42.5 FT. (12.95 M)

(
(

FSNB ... IOBI

....

C')

Cn

(,

Figure 10-3. SCTS interior (major assemblies),


right side.

TAPE STORAGE CABINET


AND WORKTABLE

.:..

....
0

~
,r

FSNB-40AI

AIR CONDITIONING UNIT 3,


20,000 BTU EACH

Figure 10-4. SCTS interior (major assemblies),


left side.

Co

...

{l

TEST DOli.Y

Figure 10-5. SCTS interior (auxiliary equipment),


right side.

120V AC
CONVENIENCE
OUTLET

(,

FSNB-39BI

HAND LANTERN

0
ID

.....

()

INOl SHOWN1

INVERTER FIXIURE

ROfAJtY

FSNUJBA

PORIABI E HEA IER J

REIURN.AIR
REGIS I ER 13/

Figure 10-6. SCTS interior (auxiliary equipment) ,


left side.

CABl E DUCT COVER fflUSHJ

CONDlllONEDAIR
DUCI

(")

...~
...

I0588880
I0589300
I0596906
I0607305-I
I0607305-3
I0608279
I0608280

ioltage monitor module


Program generator
Rotary inverter
Relay
Relay
Electronic timer
Electronic timer

{,i

I05609II
I0564660
I0564702
I05647I4
I05647I5
I05647I6
I0564717
I0569489
I0577IOI
I0586500

Part No.

ioltage regulator
Power distributor
:;ontrol computer
)C amplifier
Jemodulator
Isolation amplifier
:;apacitor assembly
Main distributor
"daption kit simulator
Guidance computer

Assembly name

-------

-------------

.......

8AIOAI9
-
8A4,95A9

28AI
BAIO

BAI

.......

8A11AI
8A2
8All
8AI IA2 thru A6
8AI IA7 thru A9
SA I IA IO

Reference
designation

II035778
I 1035778
I 1035775
11035783
11035783
I1035783
II035783

I 1035775
I 1035775
I I035775
II035775
II035778
I I035775
II035775
I 1035775
II035775
11035778

Tape
Container
No.

Table 10-1. UUT Test Set Up Data

I44
I03
106
I42
I43
I40
I4I
IOI,1 I I
110
I05,115,I25,
I35
I46
I47
I02
620
623
6I2
624

Program
No.

95W27
95WI2
95W8
95W27
95W27
95W27
95W27

95W27
95W5
95WIO
95W27
95W27
95W27
95W27
95W7
95W6
95WI3

Cable

/''

'\

....0
....

....
0

Assembly name

1103 5776

.....
26

27

Tape
No. 1

Tape numbers depicted by l 10 357 XX; e.g., ac stimul i tape num be r is 1103 57 30 .

1 103 5777

Container
No.

-----

Reference
designation

700

710

Program
No.

95W41
thru
95W44

Cable

Table 10-1.SCTS UUT Troubleshooting and Maintenance Data Tests-Continued

Programm ing tape and con tainer (assembly tester


executive)
Programmin g tape and container (assembly tester selftest)

("

r
I

--.\

....
9
....
....

(")

s pecial loads card

Resistive load

Diode assembly

High power loads


Accelerometer simulator
AC stimuli
Relay tree card
AC current sensor
Non-latching relay card

l ow power loads

Relay assembly
Relay
Hydraulic actuator

servoamplifier module
servoamplifier

Assembly name

11035075
11035220
11035260
11035275
11035305
11035310
11035315
11035320
11035325
11035330

10610100 or
10610150
10610800
10611741
10630142-1/-3
10641100

Part No.

95A3A214

-------

........
.........

.......

.......

lOAlO,Al 1,Al2
and llAlO,All,
Al2
95A3A3
95A3A4
95A3A202
95A3A5

-------

.......

8AlOA9,All,
A13,Al4,Al6
8A34

Reference
designation

304,314,324
303
307
301,321
343
352
354
353
346
341

104
145
610
107

11035775
11035775
11035783
11035775
11035781
11035782
11035782
11035780
11035779
11035779
11035779
11035779
11035779
11035779

150

Program
No.

11035778

Tape
Container
No.

Table 10-1. UUT Test Set Up Data-Continued

Cable

95W32
95W31
95W28
95W25
95W27
95W27
95W27
95W27
95W27
95W27

95W9
95Wll
95W27
95Wl9

95W27

"'

.=..

....0

(,

Ladder network card


DC stimuli regulator card
Master control panel
Power relay card
Counter measurements
card
Beta simulator card
Special stimuli
R-Z measurements card
Electro pneumatic test set
Pneumatic control panel
DC stimuli
Card/relay test panel
Card/relay test panel
EL control box
Relay
Relay
Relay

Assembly name

-------------

340
342
344
311
310
302
306
316,326
401,411
611
614
621

95A3A216
95A3A208
95A3A197
95A2A2
95A2Al
95A3A164,A184
95A3A2
95A3A6
97A1Al
..........

11035355
11035360
11035365
11035375
11035396
11035450
11035491
11035946
11038235
11040047
11040323
11040606

11035780
11035779
11035782
11035782
11035782
11035780
11035782
11035782
11035783
11035783
11035783
11035783

347
350
305
351
345

Program
No.

95A3A171.A191 11035779
95A3Al 72,Al92 11035779
95A3Al
11035782
11035779
-----95A3A179
11035782

Tape
Container
No.

11035335
11035340
11035343
11035345
11035350

Part No.

Reference
designation

Table 10-1. UUT Test Set Up Data-Continued

95W27, 47
95W27
95W27
95W30
95W29
95W26
95W27
95W27, 47
95W34
95W27
95W27
95W27

95W27
95W27
95W33
95W27
95W27

Cable

..:..

....
0

.c:-

(')

11051425
11052421

11052702
11052800
11053140
MISl 7300
MISl 7309

Computer power supply


Tape reader
Remote firing box
Teleprinter
EL 26 volt power supply

11051290
11051320
11051420
(95A)
32AlA2AlZ33
(95A)32A 1A6
(95A)32A3A4
32A4A10Al
32A3A8
97PS1

-----

-------------

(95A)
32A2A7Alll
82Al4

541
511
512
502
506
501
405

11035782
11035775
11035780
11035780
11035780
11035780
11035780

507
543
544

11035783
11035782
11035782

505

503

542
540

11051130

Program
No.

11035782
11035783

11035783

(95A)32A3A2

'11051120

-------

11035780

(95A)32A3A7

Part No.

11051160
11051170

Tape
Container
No.

Reference
designation

Table 10-1. UUT Test Set Up Data-Continued

Azimuth laying control box


Filter and test
Attenuator limiter and
amplifier
Comparator and amplifier
Oscillator assembly

Azimuth laying control


panel
Voltage-phone monitor
panel
Negative bit generator
-65 volt power supply

Assembly name

Cable

95W18
95W17
95W22
95W16
95W37

95W27, 47
95W14

95W24
95W27, 47
95W27, 47

95W27, 47
95W27

95W21

95W23

'

0
ol:lt

....
9
....
ol:lt

MS25327Dl

Relay

{,,

MIS17317

-------

95A3A9,A10,
All

97A1A2A5
97 A1A2Al,A3

11035783

11035782

622

312

440
442
443

-------

MISl 7314
MISl 7315
MISl 7316
11035779
11035779
11035779

402
441

11035780
11035779

-----

--

MISl 7313

-------

404
403

Program
No.

11035780
11035780

Tape
Container
No.

97A2
97A1A2

MISl 7310
MISl 7311

Part No.

EL level sensor
Electronic control
amplifier
level sensing system
level signal sensor
amplifier
EL power supply
Amplifier-de mo du Iator
leveling amplifierdemodulator
12/14/28v de power supply

Assembly name

Reference
designation

Table 10-1. UUT Test Set Up Data-Continued

95W27

95W15

95W39
95W39
95W39

95W38
95W39

95W36
95W35

Cable

U1

.....
<?
.....

(")

Servoamplifier
Modulator-demodulator
Current driver
rrequency and constant
monitor
Monitor module
Mat rix driver
Capacitor module
- 24-volt power supply
Programmable power supply
XI Z torquer
Y torquer
Relay card
Volta ge sensor
Test driver
Load simulator
Pulse sequencer and detector

Assem bly name

11053110
11053110
11053 11 0
11053110
11053110
11053110
11053110
11053110
11053110
11053110
11053110
11053110
11053110
11053110
11053110
11053110

11051220
11051230
11051235
11051240
11051250
11051255
11051265
11051275
11051295
1 105 1310
11051315
11051330

Contai ner
No.

11051155
1105 1 165
11051185
11051190

Reference
No.

11053060
11053060
11053060
11053060
11053060
11053060
11053060
11053060
11053060
11053060
11053060
11053060

11053060
11053060
11053060
11053060

Tape
No.

A27
A27
A28
A28
A26
A27
A27
A27
A27

cc

M
MD

A27
A27
A27
A27

Test
co nnector

Table 10-2. CMTS Confidence Tests Program Data

78
79
80

77

83
82
84
66
76
69
70
71

61
68
75
67

Test
code

24VP
CPPS
XZTQ
YTRQ
RELY
VSNS
CMDC
CUT
CPSD

cc

MOMO
MATO

SRVA
MOOD
CUDR
FCMO

IR I
display

'

.s::.

(')

en

.....
9
.....

11053110
11053110
11053110
11053110
11053110
11053110
11051865
11051865
11051865
11051865
11051865
11051865
11051865
11051865
11051865
11051865
11051865
11051865

11051796
11051887
11051920
11053045
11053105
11053159
11052401
11052402
11052403
11052404
11052405
11052406
11052407
11052408
11052409
11052410
11052411
11052412

Load module
Command module
HEFU timer
Reed relay card
Telephone amplifier
Dual modulator-demodulator
Flip-flop module
Multiplex module
Adder carry chain module
Adder module
Parity module
Register module
Driver and gate module
Flip-flop module
Controls module
Comparator module
Decoder module
Gate module

(/

Container
No.

Reference
No.

Assembly name

11053060
11053060
11053060
11053060
11053060
11053060
11051815
11051815
11051815
11051815
11051815
11051815
11051815
11051815
11051815
11051815
11051815
11051815

Tape
No.

MD
CM
A27
A26
A27
A27
A29
A29
A29
A29
A29
A29
A29
A29
A29
A29
A29
A29

Test
connector

LM
CM-L
HEFU
RDRL
TELA
DMOD
HY101
HY102
HY103
HY104
HY105
HY106
HY107
HY108
HY109
HYllO
HYl 11
HYl 12

87
81
74
60
73
86
1
2
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12

IRI
display

Test
code

Table 102. CMTS Confidence Tests Program Data-Continued

=-

!!:

'N

9
....

....

........

....~

....
9
....

(')

11035775
11035778
11035783
11035783
11035775
11035783
11035779
11035779
11035779
11035779
11035779
11035779
11035783
11035783
11035783
11035779

10564717
10589300
10607305-1
10608279
10611741
10630142
11035305
11035310
11035315
11035320
11035325
11035345
11040047
11040323
11040606
MIS 17313/1

Capacitor assembly
Program generator
Relay
Electronic timer
Relay assembly
Relay
Relay tree ca rd
AC current sensor
Non-latching relay card
Diode assembly
Resistive load
Power relay card
Relay
Relay
Relay
Level signal sensor amplifier

See footnote at end of table.

97AlA2A2. A4

Container
No.

Reference
No.

25
28
33
33
25
33
29
29
29
29
29
29
33
33
33
29

Tape
No. 1

Cable

95W27
95W12
95W27
95W27
95Wll
95W27
95W27
95W27
95W27
95W27
95W27
95W27
95W27
95W27
95W27
95W39
141
147
620
612
145
610
343
352
354
353
346
351
611
614
621
441

Program
No.

Table 10-7. UUT's Without Programed Halts (UUT Confidence Test)

Assembly name

'

....
<?
....
"-I

C)

Container
No.
11051865
1 1051865
11051865
11 051865
1105 1865
11051865
11051865
11051865
11051865
11051865
11051865
11051865
11051865
11051865
11051865
11051865
11051865
11051865
11051865

Reference
No.

11052413
11052414
11052415
110524 16
11052417
11052418
11052419
11052420
1105242 2
11052423
11052 424
11052425
11052426
110524 29
110524 32
1105 2433
110524 34
11052435
11052436

Assembly name

Multiplex module
Controls module
Controls module
Buffer module
Mult iplex module
Multiplex module
Gate module
Gate module
Output level changer
Input level changer
Diode gate ca rd
Lamp driver modu le
Driver module
Positive OR detecto r
Sense amplifier / inhibit driver
Address decoder / core driver
Address buffer modulator
Curren t stabilizer modulator
Strip printer driver

1105181 5
1105 1815
11 05 18 15
110518 15
1105 1815
1105 1815
11051815
110 51815
11 0518 15
1105 18 15
1 10518 15
11051815
1 1051815
110 518 15
11051815
11051815
11051815
11 05 18 15
11051815

Tape
No.
A29
A29
A29
A29
A29
A29
A29
A29
A29
A29
A29
A30
A30
A29
A30
A30
A30
A30
A29

Test
connector
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
22
23
24
25
26
29
32
33
34
35
36

Test
code

Table 10-2. CMTS Confidence Tests Program Data -Continued

HY113
HYl 14
HY11 5
HY116
HYl 17
HY118
HY 11 9
HY120
HY122
HY1 23
HY124
HY125
HY126
HY129
HY 132
HY133
HY134
HY135
HY 136

IR I
display

00

--

11052437
11052438
11052439
11052812
11052817

Test drive card


Timing and control A
Timing and control B
Read amplifier module
Control circuit module

()

Reference
No.

Assembly name
11051865
11051865
11051865
11051865
11051865

Container
No.

11051815
11051815
11051815
11051815
11051815

Tape
No.

A29
A30
A30
A30
A30

Test
connector
37
38
39
27
28

Test
code

Table 10-2. CMTS Confidence Tests Program Data-Continued

HY137
HY138
HY139
HY127
HY128

IRI
display

.'\

'

...c;:
...

fl

Reference
No.

11051796
11051887
11051920
11053045
11053159
11052401
11052402
11052403
11052404
11052405
11052406
11052407
11052408
11052409
11052410
11052411
11052412

Load module
Command module
HEFU timer
Reed relay card
Dual modulator-demodulator
Flip-flop module
Multiplex module
Adder carry chain module
Adder module
Parity module
Register module
Driver and gate module
Flip-{lop module
Controls module
Comparator module
Decoder module
Gate module
11053110
11053110
11053110
11053110
11053110
11051865
11051865
11051865
11051865
11051865
11051865
11051865
11051865
11051865
11051865
11051865
11051865

Container
No.

Test
connector

MD
CM
A27
A26
A27
A29
A29
A29
A29
A29
A29
A29
A29
A29
A29
A29
A29

Tape
No.

11053060
11053060
11053060
11053060
11053060
11051815
11051815
11051815
11051815
11051815
11051815
11051815
11051815
11051815
11051815
11051815
11051815

IRI
display

LM
CM-L
HEFU
RDRL
DMOD
HYlOl
HY102
HY103
HY104
HY105
HY106
HY107
HY108
HY109
HYllO
HYlll
HY112
87
81
74
60
86
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12

(
Test
code

Table 10-8. CMTS Confidence Tests Program Data-Continued

Assembly name

'

n
...,

N
0

...~

(\

11051865
11051865
11051865
11051865
11051865
11051865
11051865
11051865
11051865
11051865
11051865
11051865
11051865
11051865
11051865
11051865
11051865
11051865
11051865

11052413
11052414
11052415
11052416
11052417
11052418
11052419
11052420
11052422
11052423
11052424
11052425
11052426
11052429
11052432
11052433
11052434
11052435
11052436

Multiplex module
Controls module
Controls module
Buffer module
Multiplex module
Multiplex module
Gate module
Gate module
Output level changer
In put level changer
Diode gate ca rd
Lamp driver module
Driver module
Positive OR detector
Sense amplifier/inhibit driver
Address decoder/core driver
Address buffer modulator
Current stabilizer modulator
Strip printer driver

Container
No.

Reference
No.

Assembly name

HYl 13
HYl 14
HY115
HY116
HY117
HY118
HYl 19
HY120
HY122
HY123
HY124
HY125
HY126
HY129
HY132
HY133
HY134
HY135
HY136
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
22
23
24
25
26
29
32
33
34
35
36
A29
A29
A29
A29
A29
A29
A29
A29
A29
A29
A29
A30
A30
A29
A30
A30
A30
A30
A29
11051815
11051815
11051815
11051815
11051815
11051815
11051815
11051815
11051815
11051815
11051815
11051815
11051815
11051815
11051815
11051815
11051815
11051815
11051815

IRI
display

Test
code

Test
connector

Tape
No.

Table 10-8. CMTS Confidence Tests Program Data-Continued

.....

.....

(')

Refere nce
No.

11052437
11052438
11052439
11052812
11052817

Assembly name

Test drive card


Timing and control A
Timing and control B
Read amplifier module
Control circuit module
11051865
11 051865
11051865
11 051865
11051865

Container
No.
110518 15
1105 1815
1105 1815
1105 1815
11051815

Tape
No.
A29
A30
A30
A30
A30

Test
connector
37
38
39
27
28

Test
code

Table 10-8. CMTS Conf idence Tests Program Data- Continued

HY137
HY 138
HY139
HY127
HY128

IRI
dis pl ay

r
-

CHAPTER 11
SHOP SETS
(CONTENTS)
Item

Reference

Page

Electrical repai r shop ...................... .


General ......................................... .
Mechanical repair shop .................. ..
Preservation and packaging shop .... ..
Supply office ................................. ..
Tabu lated data .............................. ..
Test equipment stored but not used
in electrical repair shop ............ .. .. .
Type I repa ir parts shop .......... ... .... ..
Type II repa ir parts shop .......... ...... ..
Typica l shop set shelter physical
data ........... ................................ .

Par.11 4
Par. 11 1
Par.11 3
Par. 11 5
Par. 11 2
Par. 118

11-3
11 -3
11 -3
11 4
11 3
114

Table 11 -1
Par.11 6
Par. 11 7

115
11-4
1 1-4

Fig. 111

116

II

11-1

~-

.....--..

'w' ..

--

C..V .

r
CHAPTER 11
SHOP SETS
11-1 . General.

..._,

The shop sets consists of 10 individual shelters: a supply


office, mechanical repair shop, electrical repair shop, preservation and packaging shop, three type I repair parts
shops, and three type II repair parts shops.

11-2. Supply Office.


l,._J

The supply office provides the facilities and contains the


materials for direction and control of OS and GS mainte
nance operations. The supply office contains two bookracks,
a bulletin board, a card file, a fi!e safe, office desk and
chair, storage cabinet, visual card index file, and type
writer.

11-3. Mechanical Repair Shop.


The mechanical repair shop is used by maintenance personnel to support the OS and GS maintenance capability
within the using organization. Tools in the shop are used
to perform maintenance operations such as grinding,
drilling, lubricating, straightening or bending, repairing
stripped tapped holes, replacing helicoil inserts, painting,
riveting, and removing and installing press-fit pieces. The
shop contains a mechanical shop tool set, mechanical and
structures tool set, hydraulic jack tool set, pressure gage
tester, torque analyzer tool set, pneumatic maintenance
test set, and hydrostatic tester.

11-4. Electrical Repair Shop.


The electrical repair shop is used by maintenance personnel to support the OS and GS maintenance capability
within the using organization. Test equipment and tools in
the shop are used to troubleshoot and repair electrical
assemblies, subassemblies, and chassis. The shop contains an electrical shop tool set, electrical cable insulation
repair kit, cable tester and adapters, and digital repair
tool set. Table 11 l lists the test equipment that is stored
but not used in the electrical repair shop.

C2

11-3

11-5. Preservation and Packaging Shop.

The preservation and packaging shop provides the facilities


and contains the materials required for processing or deprocessing items of equipment for shipment and storage.
The shop contains common tools, a steel strapping dispenser, hand steel strapping tensioner, hand steel strapping sealer, an oven, electric hand sealer, portable air
extractor, stencil cutting machine, and stencil applicator.

"-"'

11-6. Type I Repair Parts Shop.


The type I repair parts shop provides storage facilities for
small items such as spare printed circuit cards, resistors,
and capacitors.

11-7. Type II Repair Parts Shop.


The type II repair parts shop provides storage facilities for
spare assemblies, subassemblies, and chassis used to repair the.missile and ground support equipment.

11-8. Tabulated Data.


Power requirements:
Voltage .............................. 120/208v, 3-phase, 400-Hz
28v de {electrical and mechanical repair shops)
Current drain ............ 30 amp average, 60 amp maximum
Air conditioner {except type I and II
repair parts shops):
Power input ................ 208v, 3-phase, 400-Hz at 40 amp
Output ........................................................ 50,000 Btu

11-4

Cl

'-'

Table 111. Test Equipment Stored but Not


Used in Electrical Repair Shop
Nomenclature

Reference No.

TM reference

'.-'
Battery test actuator
Cable shield resist
ance test set
Cable tester
~

\.I

Case vent safe and


arm test set
EL Electrical circuit
test set
Electrical filters
test set
Exploding bridgewire test set
Guided missile electrical circuit test
set
Igniter circuit tester
Low resistance
ohmmeter test set

C4

11028283
11039161

9-1410-375-35
9-1400-377-34

AN/GSM-45
11028637

9-1430-380-14
9-1400-377-34
9-1410-375-35

11039251

9-1440-380-14

11036000
11028557

9-1427-380-34/1
9-1440-380-14
9-1400-377 .34
9-1410-375-34/1

10560776

9-1410-375-34/1

10055154
11036032

9.4935.379.34
9-1430-380-14
9-1400-377-34

11-5

'

....
....

(,

29. 50 IN.
M)
-,...._i..,.~.....,_;....-~-(0.75

1. 75 IN
.------++-(0. 04 M)
TYP

POINTS (TYP 4 PLACES)

urTA~ZI

IN.---..i
12.15 Ml
I

FSNB3AI

~ TYP
BEARING SURFACE
BEARING SURFACE 140.50 IN. (3.57 M) X
146,50 IN. (3. 72 M) X 1.12 IN. (0,03 M)
1.12 IN. (0.03 M)

~84.75

Figure 11-1. Typical shop set shelter physical data.

NOTES:
1. MAX LOADS LIFT 11, 000 LB (4,989.6 KG) ANY DIBECTION.
TIEDOWN 10, 000 LB (4, 536.0 KG) ANY DmECTION.
2. APPROXIMATE GROSS WEIGHTS.
PRESERVATION & PACKAGING - 5,303 LB (2,405 KG).
SUPPLY OFFICE - 5,772 LB (2,639 KG).
REPAIR PARTS I - 6,086 LB (2,760 KG).
REPAIR PARTS II -5,657 LB (2,563 KG).
ELECTRICAL REPAIR -4,502 LB (2,042 KG).
MECHANICAL REPAIR - 5,376 LB (2,439 KG).

M)

81.38 IN.

--1

~L==:=::::===I=:::::::!===~:!....]

(4, . . M)

:I

188.50 IN.
(4.79 M)
14------ !~9! ~ ~----~

CHAPTER 12
POWER STATION EQUIVALENT
(CONTENTS)
Item
AC generato r set physical data .... .... ..
Facilities d istribution trailer physical
data .. ............ ............................. .
General ......................................... .
Tabulated data ....... .................... .... .

Reference

Page

Fig. 12-2

12-5

Fig. 121
Par. 12 l
Par. 12-2

12-4
12-3
12-3

II

12-1

CHAPTER 12
POWER STATION EQUIVALENT
\.,.I

12-1. General.
The power station equivalent (PSE) consists of one facilities
distribution trailer and two 45-kw ac generator sets.

12-2. Tabulated Data.


a. Facilities Distribution Trailer.
Weight ............................................. 5,405 lb (2,452 kg) I
Motor rating ............................ 15 hp at 6,000 rpm, 208v,
400 Hz, 3-phase
DC generator rati"ng ..................... 300 amp, 30v de, 5,700
to 6,300 rpm
Voltage adjustment range ................................ 26 to 34.5v
Regulation at constant load .................................... 0.5%
Air compressor discharge pressure ................... 3,000 psig
Air storage bottle volume ................................ 2,570 cu in.
( 42, 148 cu cm)
Air storage bottle operating pressure ................. 3,000 psig

b. AC Generator Set.
Weight (includes 58Wl) .................... 6,630 lb (3,007 kg)
Generator set ........................... Diesel-engine-driven 45 kw

C3

12-3

Ja.

...

- (88.2.240 IN.M)

('

---,
I
I

I,, (0. 85 M)

II 33.I5 IN.

LIFT AND TIEDOWN POINT


(2 PLACES AT REAR)

19. 0 IN.
(0. 48 M)

FSNB-GBI

J
67. 0 IN.
- (1.70 M)

56. 5 IN,
;.o- (1. 44 M)

(0,35 M)

. 13.G2 IN.

Figure 12-1. Facilities distribution trailer physical data.

NOTES:
1. WEIGHT: 5,405 LB (2,452 KG).
2. MAX TIEOOWN LOAD: 5,000 LB
(2,268 KG) IN ANY DIRECTION.

Il

(2. 90 M)

BOTH SIDES)'

- - - 168.5 IN. _
(4.28 M)

14-- 114. 3 IN.

TIEDOWN
POINT (TYP,

'\

UI

....
N

LIFT

'A'I

(S.l::: 11,

I~

(2.36M)

I
28. l IN. 59. 0 IN.

20. 0 IN.
(O.Sl M)

Figure 12-2. AC generator set physical data.

99.12 IN,
(2.52 M)

. 40. 0 IN.
(1 . 02 M)

FSNB-7AI

(0.44 M)

17.25 IN.

NOTES:
1. WEIGHT: 6, 630 LB (3, 007 KG).
2. MAX TIEDOWN LOAD: 5, 000 LB
(2, 268 KG) IN ANY DIRE CT ION.

,.LIFT POINT (TYP, BOTH SIDES)

~~
:=J-1

69. 5 IN.
(1.77 M)
93. O IN.

- -----r-

RJ~Jt

169.SIN.~

4 31
125. 5 IN. <
M) ~--

~~~:g:~r1=.-=-=Eor-t--.=~=r===(O.,!M);L1;~1:r.

- - ,,

CHAPTER 13
VEHICLES
(CONTENTS)
Item

Reference

Page

Tabulated da ta ............... ............. ... .


Tractor XM7 5 7 physical data ........... .
Truck M656 physical data .... ... ........ .

Par. 13-1
Fig. 13-2
Fig. 13- 1

13-3
13-9
13-8

13-1

~ ..

'

...w

(')

W/cargo bows ..............

Height:
Overall .........................

b. Dimensions.

Off highway ..................

Payload, max:
On highway ..................

Weight, empty .................

a. General.

13 -1 Tabulated Data

9.67 ft
(2.95 m)

M656

20,000 lb
(9,072 kg)
10,000 lb
(4,536 kg)

M656
16,510 lb
(7,489 kg)

8.88 ft
(2.71 m)

XM757

16,380 lb
(7,430 kg)

XM757

CHAPTER 13
VEHICLES

9.79 ft
(2.98 m)

M55

20,000 lb
(9,072 kg)
10,000 lb
(4,536 kg)

M55
24,064 lb
(10,915 kg)

(
(

9.05 ft
(2.76 m)

M543

12,000 lb
{5,443 kg)
7,000 lb
(3, 175 kg)

M543
34,440 lb
( 15,536 kg)

'

nw

.;.

...w

Floating

Fording depth ..................

('

Cable length .................

Front winch:
Capacity .......................

M656
50 mph
(80 kmph}

8.88 ft
(2.71 m)
24.92 ft
(7.60 m)
8.0 ft
(2.44 m)
12.0 in.
(30.5 cm)
42.5 ft
(12.95 m)
12.33 ft
(3.76 m)

Speed, max .....................

c. Performance.

Wheelbase ......................

Turning circle (radius) .....

Ground clearance ............

Width .............................

Length ............................

W/O cargo bows ..........

M656

XM757
50 mph
(80 kmph)
40 in.
( 102 cm)

24.83 ft
(7.57 m)
8.0 ft
(2.44 m)
12.0 in.
(30.5 cm)
42.5 ft
( 12.95 m)
12.33 ft
(3.76 m)

XM757

20;000 lb
(9,072 kg)
200 ft
(61.0 m)

M55
50 mph
(80 kmph)
30 in.
(76 cm)

32.16 ft
(9.80 m)
8.13 ft
(2.48 m)
10.5 in.
(27 cm)
46.5 ft
(14.17 m)
17.92 ft
(5.46 m)

M55

20,000 lb
(9,072 kg)
280 ft
(85.3 m)

M543
52 mph
(84 kmph)
30 in.
(76 cm)

29.08 ft
(8.86 m)
8.03 ft
(2.45 m)
11.0 in.
(28 cm)
46.7 ft
(14.22 m)
14.92 ft
(4.55 m)

M543

'

UI

...Cf

fl

Cooling system ............... .


Crankcase:
Gasoline engine ...........
Diesel engine .............. .
Oil filter .........................
Differentials (each) ......... .
Transmission .................. .

e. Capacities.

Highway ......................... .
Cross-country ................. .
Mud, snow, sand ............ .

d. Tire Pressure.

Off highway ................. .

Recommended towed load:


On highway ................ ..

(
(
32,000 lb
( 14,515 kg)
32,000 lb
(14,515 kg)

XM757

8 qt (7.6 liters)
19 qt ( 18.0 liters)

20 qt ( 18.9 liters)

18 qt (17.0 liters)
15 qt ( 14.2 liters)
2 qt ( 1.9 liters)
12 qt ( 11.4 liters)
9 qt (8.5 liters)
(W 10 power takeoff)
11 qt ( 10.4 liters)
(W /power takeoff)

M55,M543
44 qt (41.7 liters)

M656, XM757

70 psi
35 psi
15 psi

M55, M543

30,000 lb
( 13,608 kg)
15,000 lb
(6,804 kg)

M55

34 qt ( 32.2 liters)

40 psi front - 5 5 psi rear


30 psi front - 30 psi rear
10 psi front - 10 psi rear

M656, XM757

13,000 lb
(5,897 kg)
13,000 lb
(5,897 kg)

M656

'

(13,608 kg)
15,000 lb
(6,804 kg)

30.000 lb

M543

(")

'

...w

18
17
16
15
14
13

Radius (ft)

(i

M55, M543
5.25 qt ( 5.0 liters)
78 gal (295.6
liters)

4,000
4,250
4,550
5,000
5,600
6,300

lb
lb
lb
lb
lb
lb

( 1,814
( 1,928
(2,064
(2,268
(2,540
(2,858

kg)
kg)
kg)
kg)
kg)
kg)

Elevation

WI outriggers

3,000
3,200
3,500
3,800
4, 100
4.6r

lb
lb
lb
lb
lb
lb

( 1,361 kg)
( 1,452 kg)
( 1,588 kg)
(1,724 kg)
(1,860 kg)
(2.087 t~)

WI 0 outriggers

Note
Insure that M543 engine rpm is 1,600 50 (noload) when operating boom.

6.75 qt (6.4 liters) 6.75 qt (6.4 liters) 2.6 qt (2.46 liters)


3. 75 qt ( 3.5 liters) 3. 75 qt (3.5 liters) 3 qt (2.8 liters)

XM757
3 qt (2.8 liters)
160 gal (606.4
liters)

270
Rotation..........................
Elevation.........................
0, 15, 30, 40
Boom capacity (2-part hoist line):

f. M543 Boom.

Winch:
Front .......................... .
Rear ........................... .

Transfer case..................
Fuel tank .. ..... ... ..... ... ......

M656
3 qt (2.8 liters)
80 ga I ( 303.2
liters)

'

....

....w

n
...,,

18
17

18
17
16
15
14
13
12
11
10

lb
lb
lb
lb
lb
lb
lb
lb
lb
kg)
kg)
kg)
kg)
kg)
kg)
kg)
kg)
kg)

30 Elevation

( 1,905
(2,041
(2,223
(2,427
(2,722
(3,004
(3,538
( 4, 128
( 4,536

4,950 lb (2,245 kg)


5,450 lb (2,472 kg)

4,200
4,500
4,900
5,350
6,000
6,800
7,800
9, 100
10,000

7' 150 lb ( 3,243 kg)


8,400 lb (3,810 kg)
10,000 lb (4,536 kg)

12
11
10
15 Elevation

WI outriggers

Radius (ft)

(,

lb
lb
lb
lb
lb
lb
lb
lb
lb

(l,406
( 1,565
( 1,656
( 1,814
( 1,973
(2,200
(2,495
(2,812
(3,221

kg)
kg)
kg)
kg)
kg)
kg)
kg)
kg)
kg)

3,700 lb ( 1,678 kg)


3,950 lb ( 1,792 kg)

3,100
3,450
3,650
4,000
4,350
4,850
5,500
6,200
7,100

5,100 lb (2.~13 kg)


5,800 lb (2,631 kg)
6,700 lb (3,039 kg)

WI O outriggers

n~

a.

....
w

lb
lb
lb
lb
lb
lb

6,300
6,950
7,SQO
8,900
10,200
11,500

18
17
16
15
14
13
12
11
10

lb
lb
lb
lb
lb

6,050
6,750
7,500
8,650
10,250

kg)
kg)
kg)
kg)
kg)

(2,858
(3,153
(3,538
(3,237
(4,627
(5,216

kg)
kg)
kg)
kg)
kg)
kg)

40 Elevation

(2,744
(3,062
(3,402
(3,924
(4,649

WI outriggers

16
15
14
13
12
11
10

Radius (ft)

4,600
5,000
5,500
6,100
6,750
7' 500

4,300
4,750
5,300
6,000
6,800

lb
lb
lb
lb
lb
lb

lb
lb
lb
lb
lb

(2,087
(2,268
(2,495
(2,767
(3,062
( 3,402

( 1,950
(2,155
(2,402
(2,722
(3,084

kg)
kg)
kg)
kg)
kg)
kg)

kg)
kg)
kg)
kg)
kg)

('

W/O outriggers

:..,

...w

(')

(
32,793
33,480
27, 106
24,747
27,190
22,030
46,546
33,496

g. Vehicle Weight With Payload (Approximate).


M55W/1st stage in container .......................................................
M55 W/2nd stage and guidance section in containers .....................
M55 W/warhead section in container .............................................
M656 W/PTSPS ..........................................................................
M656 W/BCC ..............................................................................
M656 W/RTS .............................................................................. ~
XM757 and EL W/missile ..............................................................
XM757 and SCTS .........................................................................
lb ( 14,874
lb (15,186
lb ( 12,295
lb (11,225
lb ( 12,333
lb ( 9,992
lb (21,113
lb (15,193

(
kg)
kg)
kg)
kg)
kg)
kg)
kg)
kg)

...,

Co

...w

__....i

('1

Figure 13-1. Truck M656 physical data.

ll6.0IN.
(2.95 M)
106.5 IN.
(2.71 M)

FSNB-12

80.0 IN.
(2,03M)

K?~ !'1
IT I

3. TURNING KADIUS: 42.5 FT (12.95 M).

58.0 IN.
(l.47 M)

_-+l--..;.-.....,i

(~~2~~> __,..,._

148 OIN

206 0 IN. (3.76 M)


(S.23 M)
299 IN.
NOTES:
(7 .59 M)
1. WEIGHT: 16,276 LH (7 ,370 KGl
2. AXLE LOADS: C&D - 2,352 LB (1,068 KG) l!:ACll
E&F - 5,786 LR (2,625 KG) EACH

58.0IN. :
(l.47 M )

AXLE

' I

HOIST POINTS
45,000 LB (20,412.0 KG)
CAPACITY
TIEDOWN (PINTLE)
20,000 LB (9,072.0 KG)
CAPACITY

TIEDOWN POINTS AND LIMIT LOADS


TIEDOWN
LIMIT LOADS
I
I TllHU I (TYP, ROTll SIDES)! 6,000 LB (2,721.6 KG) ANY DlllECTION
m AND n (TYP, ROTH SIDES) I 15,0UU LB (6 804 KG) ANY DIHECTION

_,)

"'

ID

....
w

(')

I~

>.. I

,,........,

AXLE E

II
I .1.

.'?.:-' ........

>_J , . . . ._

Figure 13-2. Tractor XM757 physical data.

BOTH SIDES)

BOTH SIDES)

ANY DIRECTION

FSNB-llA I

LB (2, 721. 6 KG)


ANY DIRECT ION

115. 000 LB (6. 804. 0 KG)

LIMIT LOADS

m AND n (TYP,

I 6. 000
I THRU I (TYP,

TIEDOWN

TIEDOWN POINTS AND LIMIT LOADS

58 . 0 IN.
( 1.4? M)

(PINT LE) Il'f===ri!t:=~J::l\


20,000 LB...,
(9,072 KG)
I CAPACITY +>-L+----+---,f"-:-"""t--'--~

m TIEDOWN

HOIST POINTS
45,000 LB
(2, 041 2KGl~I .'
CAPACITY

90.0!N . . .,.
I
. .,
I
(2.29 M)
58.0 IN.

148.0 IN.

( 1.4? M)
(3 .16 M)
_ _ __ _ _ _206. 0 IN~.------
( 5.23 M)
~---------~298 . 0IN._ _ _ _ _ _ _ _,...
(7 .57 Ml
NOTES:
I . WEIGHT: 16,966 LB (7 ,655 KG).
2.TURNING RADIUS: 42.5 FT (12.95 M).
3. AXLE LOADS: C & D-2,29? LB (1,042 KG) EACH.
E & F- 6 ,186 LB (2,806 KG) EACH.

.........

AXLE F

....... I

CHAPTER 14
PUBLICATIONS
(CONTENTS)
Item
Forms ......................... .. .... .... ......... .
Other publications ....................... ... .
PERSHING la technical manuals .. .... .

Reference

Page

Par. 14-1
Par. 14-3
Par. 14-2

14-3
14-6
14 3

14-1

CHAPTER 14
PUBLICATIONS

14-1. Forms.
DA Form 2028

Recommended Changes to DA
Technical Manuals Parts Lists
or Supply Manual 7, 8, or 9

DA Form 2404

Equipment Inspection and Main


tenance Worksheet

DA Form 2415

Ammunition Condition Report

14-2. PERSHING la Technical Manuals.


'.-I

a. Azimuth Laying Set.


TM 9-1430-378-20P
TM 9 1430-378-34P
TM 9-1430-381-14

b. Azimuth Laying Training Set.


TM 9-6920-378-20P
TM 9-6920-378-34P
TM 9-6920-381-14

c. Battery Control Central.


TM 9-1427-381-14
TM 9-1430-383-20P
TM 9-1430-383-34P

d. Erector-Launcher.
TM 9-1440-380-14
1..,.1 TM 9-1440-380-20P
TM 9-1440-380-34P

e. EL Cable Mast.
TM 9-1440-380-14
TM 9-1440-381-20P
'..,/ TM 9-1440-381-34P

f. EL Electrical Circuit Test Set.


TM
TM
L-1 TM
....... TM

C3

9-1430-380-14
9-1440-380-14
9-4935-385-20P
9-4935-385-34P

I
14-3

g. Handling Equipment and Mounting Sets.

TM
TM
TM
TM
TM

h. Missile.
TM 9-1410-375-12
TM 9-1410-375-20P
TM 9-1410-375-34/1
TM 9-1410-375-34/2
TM 9-1410-375-35
TM 9-1410-375-34P

TM 9-6920-375-20P
TM 9-6920-375-35P
TM 96920-382-14

9-1450-379-20P
9-1450-379-34P
9-1450-380-14
9-1450-38020P
9-l 450-380-34P

i. Missile Training Set.

I
I

j. Power Distribution System.


9-1430-380-14
9-1430-380-20P
9-1430-38034P
9-1430-381-20P
9-1430-381-34P

TM
TM
TM
TM
TM

k. Power Station.
LO 5-1450-202-12
TM 5-1450-202-12
TM 5-1450202-20P
TM 5-1450-202-34
TM 5-1450-202-35P

I. Power Station Equivalent.


LO 5-1450-203-12
TM 5-1450-203-12
TM 5-1450-203-20P
TM 5-1450-203-35
TM 5-1450-203-35P
m. Radio Terminal Set.
TM 11-5820-46910
TM 11-5820-469-20
TM l l 5820-469-20P
TM 11-5820-469-35
TM 1 l-5820469-35P
TM 11-5820-610-15

14-4

C3

n. Shipping and Storage Containers.


T M 98140-375-20P
TM 9-8140-37 5-24
TM 9-8140-375-34P
o. Shop Sets.

TM
TM
TM
TM
TM
TM
TM

9-1400-377-34
9-1450-376-34P
9-1450-377-34P
9.4935.373.34p
9.49 35.379.34p
9-4935-380-34P
9-4935 -38 1-34P

p. System.

LO 9- 1400-37 5-20

Lubrication instructions

TB 750-236

Calibration Requirements for the


Ma intena nee of Army Materiel

TM 9-1400-379-15

Storage, Surveillance, Preparation for Shipment, and Demoli


tion to Prevent Enemy Use

TM 9-1425-380- L

List of Applicable Publications

TM 9-1425-380-10

Description of the PERSHING la


Field Artillery Missile System

TM 9-1425-381-10

Firin g Position Procedures

TM 9-1425-381-10/ 2

Operators Manual for Supervisor

TM 9-1425-381- 10/ 3

Operators Manual for EL OP

TM 9-1425-381-10/4

Operators Manual for Crewman 1

TM 9-1425-381-10 / 5

Operators Manua l for Crewman 2

TM 9-1425-381 -10/ 6

Operato rs Man ua I for Crewmen 3,


4, 5, and 6

TM 9-1425-38 1-10/7

Opera tors Manual for PTS and


PS OPS

TM 9 1425-38110/ 8

Opera tors Manual for HLT, VL T, and


OST OPS

TM 9-1425-38110/9

Opera tors Manual for CAS and MSL


Handlers

q. Test Stations .

TM 9-1425-380-24

C4

Functional Diag ram s and Tactica l


Co untdown Program Data

14-5

TM 9-1425-381-34

Functional Diagrams for PTS Computer and Electronic Circuit


Plug-In Unit Test Set

TM 9-1427-380-12/1

PTS

TM 9-1427-380-12/2

PTS

TM 9-1427-380-20P

PTS and SCTS

TM 9-1427-380-34/1

I
I

TM
TM
TM
TM

9-1427 -380-34/2

PTS
Wiring Data for PTS

9-1427-380-34P

PTS

9-1430-385-20P

Computer Assembly

9-1430-385-34P

Computer Assembly

TM 9-4935-382-34P

SCTS

TM 9-4935-385-14/1

SCTS

TM 9-4935-385-14/2

SCTS

TM 9-4935-385-14/3

I TM 9-4935-385-14/4

Equipment Tested With SCTS


Wiring Data for SCTS

r. Tool Sets.
SC-4935-95-CL-A76

Mechanical Shop

SC-4935-95-CL-A77

Electrical Shop

SC-4935-95-CL-A78

Digital Repair

SC-4935-95-CL-A79

Contact Team

SC-4935-95-CL-ABO

Mechanical and Structures

SC-5180-95-CL-A44

Missile Mating

SC-5 l 80-95-CL-A45

Firing Position

s. Vehicles.

LO 9-2320-211-12
TM
TM
TM
TM

9-2320-230-10
9-2320-230-20
9-2320-230-20P
9-2320-230-34
TM 9-2320-230-34P
TM 9-2815-210-35

t. Warhead Section.
TM 9-1100-375-12
TM 9-1100-375-34

14-6

C3

r
~

TM 9-1185-212

EOD Procedures

TM 9-1190-224-15

WS Stand

TM 9-l 190-224-25P

WS Stand

TM 9-1190-225-15

T-4109A

TM 9-l 190-225-25P
TM 9-1190-227-35

T-4109A

TM 9-1190-227-35P

T-4127A

TM 9-1190-233-35

WS Trailer

T-4127A

14-3. Other Publications.


AR 380-5

Safeguarding Defense Information

AR 385-10

Army Safety Program

"W AR 700-1300-8

Malfunctions Involving Ammunitions and Explosives

FM 21-11

First Aid for Soldiers

LO 9-2330-246-12

lubrication Order: Semitrailer,


Van: Electronic, 6-Ton

SB 38-100

Preservation, Packaging, and


Packing Materials, Supplies,
and Equipment Used by the
Army

TB 9-352

Load-Testing Vehicles Used To


Handle Missiles and Rockets

TB 9-6685-210-50

Calibration Procedure for: Dial


Indicating Pressure Gages ( 0
to 10,000 PSI)

TB 55-46

Standard Characteristics for


Transportability of Military Vehicles and Equipment

TB 742-93-1

Inspection and Test of Air and


Other Gas Compressors

'..,/ TB 750-111

TB CML 49

'-..I TB ORD 38 5

C3

Calibration Procedures for: Tester, Torque Wrench, Torque Kit


Wrench, Wrench Set Torque
Reactivation of Desiccants in Bags
Standards for Oversea Shipment
and Domestic Issue of Ordnance
Materiel Other Than Ammunition and Army Aircraft

14-7

r
I

TB SIG 222

Solder and Soldering

TM 5-2805-204-14

Engine, Gasoline

TM 5-4120-222-15
TM 5-4120-259-15

Air Conditioner
Air Conditioner

TM 5-4120-274-15

Air Conditioner, PTS

TM 5-4520-200-12

Heater, Duct Type, Portable

TM 5-4520-206-15

Heater, Duct Type, Portable

TM 5-4520-209-15

Heater, Space

TM 5-4520-209-25P

Heater, Space

TM 5-4520-211-14

Heater, Space

TM 5-6115-274-12

Generator Set, Diesel Engine: 45


KW

TM 5-6115-299-10

Generator Set, Gasoline Engine: "'-"'


10 KW

TM 5-6115-300-10

Generator Set, Gasoline Engine:


5 KW

TM 5-6115-300-15

Generator Set, Gasoline Engine:


5 KW

TM 5-6115-332-12

Generator Set, Gasoline Engina:


5 KW

TM 5-6115-365-15

Generator Sets, Gasoline and


Diesel Engine Driven

TM 5-6675-296-12

Theodolite W/Accessories and


Tripod

TM 5-6675-296-35

Theodolite W/Accessories and"-"


Tripod

TM 5-9057

Trailer Chassis, Generator

TM 9-208-1

Cleaning of Ordnance Materiel

TM 9-213

Painting Instructions for Field

TM 9-247

Materials Used for Cleaning, Preserving, Abrading, and Cementing Ordnance Materiel; and Related Materials Including
Chemicals
._,,

TM 9-1300-206

Care, Handling, Preservation, and


Destruction of Ammunition

14-8

Use~

C3

r
TM 9-1375-200

\._/

Demolition Materials

TM 9-2320-209-10

2-1/2-Ton, 6 x 6, Chassis, Truck

TM 9-2320-209-20

2-1/2-Ton, 6 x 6, Chassis, Truck

TM 9-2320-209-35

Cab, Chassis and Body Components for Chassis, Truck: 21/2-Ton,6x6

TM 9-2320-211-10

Truck, Chassis: 5-Ton, 6 x 6

TM 9-2330-205-14

Chassis Trailer:
1/2-Ton

TM 9-2330-246-14

Semitrailer, Van: Electronic, 6Ton

TM 9-4935-282-34

Voltmeter, Electronic

TM 9-4935-378-34

AC/DC Differential Voltmeter

'-"TM 9.4935.379.34

Generator, 2-

Igniter Circuit Tester

TM 9-4935-380-34

Electronic Counter

TM 9-4935-381-34

Oscilloscope

TM 9-6625-331-15

Test Set, Electrical Cable: AN/


GSM-45

C3

14-8.1/ ( 148.2 blank)

TM 9-6625 -236 1-14

Voltmeter, Electronic

TM 9-6625-2362-12

Oscilloscope, Vol II

TM 9 -6625-2362-34

Oscilloscope, Vol I

TM 9-8210

2-1/ 2-Ton, 2-Wheel


Chassis Trailer

TM 10-269

General Repair for Ca nvas and


Webbin g

TM 11 -530

Installa tion Practices for Aircraft


Electr ic and Electronic Wiring

TM 11 -5805-20 1-12

Telep hone Set TA-312 / PT

Generator

TM 11 -5805-20 1-35

Telephone Set TA-312 / PT

TM 11 -5805-262-12

Switchboard, Telephone

TM l l -5805-262-20P

Switchboards, Te lephone

TM 11 -5805-262-35

Switch boards, Telephone

TM l 1-5805-262 -35P

Swi tchboard s, Telephone

TM 11 -5815 -205 -15

Teletypewriter Central Office AN /


MGC-17

TM 11 -5 820-284-15

Radio Receiving Set AN / GRR-5

TM 11 -58 20-348-15

Antenna Equipment RC-2 92

TM 11 -5820-40 1-10

Radio Sets

TM 11 -5820-4 01-20

Radio Sets

TM 11 -5820-401-35

Radio Sets

TM 11 -5820-477-12

Radio Set Control Groups

TM l 1-5820- 477 -20P

Radio Set, Control Group

TM 11 -5820 -477-35

Radio Set Control Groups

TM l l - 5965 -222-15P

Loud speaker , Dynamic

TM 11 - 5965-231-15P

Headset, Electrical

TM 11-5965-257-15

Handset

TM 11 -5965-2 62 -13

Headset-M icrophone

TM 11 -6625-2 03-12

Multimeter

TM l l -6625-203-20P

Multimeter

TM 11-6625-203-35

Multimeter

TM l l -6625-2 03 -45P

Multimeter

TM 11-6625-239-12

Electronic Mu ltim ete r s

Cl

14-9

TM l l-6625-239-2 0P

Electronic Multimeters

TM 11-6625-239-35

Electro nic Multimeters

TM l l -6625-239-35P

Electronic M u ltimeters

T M 38-230

Pr eservation, Packaging, and


Packing of MilitarySuppliesand
Equipment

TM 38-750

Army Equipment Reco rd Procedures

14-10

Cl

CHAPTER 15
CONVERSION TABLES

TO CONVERT

INTO

MULTIPLY BY

A
acres
ac res
acres
acres
ac re.feet
acre.feet
amperes /sq cm
amperes/sq cm
amperes/ sq in.
amperes/sq in.
amperes / sq meter
amperes / sq meter
ampere-hours
ampere-ho urs
ampere-turns
ampere-turns/ cm
ampere-turns/ cm
ampere -turn s/cm
ampere-turns/ in.
ampere-turns / in.
ampere-turns/ in .
ampere-turns/
meter
ampere-tu rn s/
meter
ampere-turns /
meter
atmospheres
atmospheres

sq feet
sq meters
sq mil es
sq ya rds
cu feet
gallons
amp/sq in .
amp/ sq meter
amp/sq cm
amp/sq meter
amp/ sq cm
amp/ sq in .
coulombs
fa radays
gilberts
am p-turns/in.
amp-turns / meter
gilberts/cm
amp-tu rn s/ cm
amp-turns/ meter
gilberts/ cm
amp-turn s/cm

43,560.0
4,047.0
l. 562x10 -3
4,840.0
43,560.0
3.259 x 10 5
6.452
1 o
0.1550
1 ,5 50.0
10" '
6.452x 10-
3,600.0
0 .0373 1
1. 257
2.540
100.0
1.25 7
0.3937
39.37
0.4950
0.01

am p-turn s/in.

0.0254

gil berts/cm

0. 01 257

cm of mercury
ft of water (at

76.0
33.90 -

atmospher es

in. of mercury (at

4C)
29.92

0c)
atmospheres
atmospher es
atmospheres
atmospheres

kg / sq cm
kg/sq meter
pounds/sq in.
tons /sq ft

1.0333
10,332 .0
14 .70
1.058

I
15-1

r
TO CONVERT

Btu
Btu
Btu
Btu
Btu
Btu
Btu
Btu
Btu/hr
Btu/hr
Btu/hr
Btu/hr
Btu/min
Btu/min
Btu/min
Btu/min
Btu/sq ft/min

INTO
B
ergs
foot-lb
gram-calories
horsepower-hr
joules
kilogram-calories
kilogram-meters
kilowatt-hrs
foot-pounds/sec
gram-cal/sec
horsepower-hr
watts
foot-lb/sec
horsepower
kilowatts
watts
watts/sq in.

MULTIPLY BY

1.0550 x 10 10
778.3
252.0
3.93lx10-4
1,054.8
0.2520
107.5
2.928X 10 - 4
0.2162
0.0700
3.929x 10-4
0.2931
12.96
0.02356
0.01757
17.57
0.1221

c
calories, gram
(mean)
centigrade
centigrams
centiliter
centiliter
centiliter
centiliters
centimeters
centimeters
centimeters
centimeters
centimeters
centimeters
centimeters
centimeters
centimeter -dyn es
centimeter-dynes
centimeter-dynes
centimeter-grams
centimeter-grams
centimeter-grams
centimeters of
mercury
centimeters of
mercury

15-2

Btu (mean)

3.9685x 10-3

Fahrenheit
grams
ounce fluid (U.S.)
cubic inch
drams
liters
feet
inches
kilometers
meters
miles
millimeters
mils
yards
cm-grams
meter-kg
pound-feet
cm-dynes
meter-kg
pound-feet
atmospheres

(C 0 x9/5)+32
0.01
0.3382
0.6103
2.705
0.01
3.281x10-2
0.3937
10-s
0.01
6.214X 10-6
10.0
393.7
1.094x 10- 2
i.02ox10- 3
1.020xlo-a
7.376x10-a
980.7
10- 5
7.233X 10 5
0.01316

feet of water

0.4461

WI

'-'.
_,
~

~
TO CONVERT
centimeters of
mercury
centimeters of
'.II' mercury
centimeters of
mercury
centimeters/ sec
centimeters/ sec
centimeters/ sec
~ centimeters/sec
centimeters/ sec
centimeters/ sec
centimeters/ sec
centimeters/sec/
sec
1...,1 centimeters/ sec/
sec
centimeters/sec/
sec
centimeters/ sec/
sec
circular mils
circular mils
circumference
circular mils
coulombs
coulombs/sq cm
coulombs/ sq cm
coulombs/sq in.
coulombs/sq in.
I.._,)

coulombs/sq
meter
coulombs/ sq
meter
cubic centimeters
1.,1 cubic centimeters
cubic centimeters
cubic centimeters
cubic centimeters
cubic centimeters
cubic centimeters
~ cubic centimeters
cubic feet
cubic feet
cubic feet

INTO

MULTIPLY BY

kg/sq meter

136.0

pounds/sq ft

27.85

pounds/sq in.

0.1934

feet/min
feet/sec
kilometers/hr
knots
meters/min
miles/hr
miles/min
feet/sec/sec

1.1969
0.03281
0.036
0.1943
0.6
0.02237
3.728x 10-4
0.03281

km/hr/sec

0.036

meters/sec/sec

0.01

miles/hr/sec

0.02237

sq cm
sq mils
radians
sq inches
faradays
coulombs/sq in.
coulombs/sq
meter
coulombs/sq cm
coulombs/sq
meter
coulombs/sq cm

5.067x10-6
0.7854
6.283
7.854x 10-1
1.036x10-5
64.52
10 4

coulombs/sq in.

6.452x10- 4

cu feet
cu inches
cu meters
cu yards
gallons (U.S. liq)
liters
pints (U.S. liq)
quarts (U.S. liq)
cu cm
cu inches
cu meters

3.531X10-5
0.06102
10-6
l.308X 10-5
2.642x10- 4
0.001
2.113x 10-3
l.057X 10-3
28,320.0
1,728.0
0.02832

0.1550
1,550.0
10-4

153

\
TO CONVERT

cubic
cubic
cubic
cubic
cubic
cubic
cubic
cubic
cubic

feet
feet
feet
feet
feet
feet/min
feet/min
feet/min
feet/min

cubic
cubic
cubic
cubic
cubic
cubic
cubic
cubic
cubic
cubic
cubic
cubic
cubic
cubic
cubic
cubic
cubic
cubic
cubic
cubic
cubic
cubic
cubic
cubic
cubic
cubic
cubic
cubic
cubic
cubic

feet/sec
feet/ sec
inches
inches
inches
inches
inches
inches
inches
inches
inches
meters
meters
meters
meters
meters
meters
meters
meters
yards
yards
yards
yards
yards
yards
yards
yards
yards/min
yards/min
yards/min

days
decigrams
deciliters
decimeters
degrees (angle)

15-4

INTO

MULTIPLY BY

cu yards
gallons (U.S. liq)
liters
pints (U.S. liq)
quarts (U.S. liq)
cu cm/sec
gallons/sec
liters/sec
pounds of water/
min
million gal/day
gallons/min
cu cm
cu feet
cu meters
cu yards
gallons
liters
mil-feet
pints (U.S. liq)
quarts (U.S. liq)
cu cm
cu feet
cu inches
cu yards
gallons (U.S. liq)
liters
pints (U.S. liq)
quarts (U.S. liq)
cu cm
cu feet
cu inches
cu meters
gallons (U.S. liq)
liters
pints (U.S. liq)
quarts (U.S. liq)
cubic ft/sec
gallons/sec
liters/sec
D

0.03704
7.48052
28.32
59.84
29.92
472.0
0.1247
0.4720
62.43

seconds
grams
liters
meters
mils

86,400.0
0.1
0.1
0.1
17.77777

"'-"

0.646317
448.831
16.39
5.787X l0-4
l.639x 10-5
2.143x 10-5
4.329x10-3
0.01639
1.061x105
0.03463
0.01732
10 6
35.31
61,023.0
1.308
264.2
1,000.0
2,113.0
1,057.0
7.646x 10 5
27.0
46,656.0
0.7646
202.0
764.6
1,615.9
807.9
0.45
3.367
12.74

"-"'

C3

TO CONVERT
degrees (angle)
degrees (angle)
degrees (angle)
degrees/sec
degrees/ sec
degrees/ sec
dekagrams
dekaliters
dekameters
dyne/ cm
dyne/ sq cm
dyne/ sq cm

....,,

dyne/ sq cm

INTO
quadrants
radians
seconds
radians/ sec
revolutions / min
revolutions / sec
grams
liters
meters
erg/ sq millimeter
atmospheres
inch of mercury
at 0C
inch of water at

4C
dynes
dynes
dynes
dynes
dynes
dyn es

grams
joules/ cm
joules/ meter
(newtons)
kilograms
pounda ls
pounds

em, pica
em, pica
erg/ sec
ergs
ergs
ergs
ergs
ergs
ergs
ergs
ergs
ergs
ergs
ergs
ergs/ sec
ergs/sec
ergs/sec
ergs/s ec
ergs / sec
ergs/sec

inch
cm
dyne - cm / sec
Btu
dyne -cm
foot-pounds
gram -calories
gram-cm
horsepower-hr
joules
kg-calories
kg-meters
kilowatt-hrs
watt-hours
Btu / m in
ft-lb/ min
ft- lb/sec
horsepower
kg-calories/m in
kilowatts

MULTIPLY BY

0.01111
0.01745
3,600.0
0 .01745
0 . 1667
2 .778x io-1
10.0
10.0
10.0
0.01
9 .869x10 - 1
2 .953x 10-5
4 .015 x 10-
l.020 x 10-1
10- 1

10-5
l.020x 10 - 5
7.233X 10-5
2.248x 10-5

...,

0 . 167
0.4233
1.000
9.480x 10-11
1.0
7.367x io-8
0.2389 x 10- 1
i.02o x 10- 1
3 .7250 x 10-1

io-1

2.389X 10-11
i.02o x io-8
0 .2778x 10-11
0 . 2 7 7 8 x 1 o-to
5 ,688x 10- 9
4 . 427 x l0- 6
7.3756x 10 - 8
1.341x10-10
l.433x 10- 9
io-10

15-5

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TO CONVERT

INTO

MULTIPLY BY

F
farads
faraday/sec
faradays
faradays
fathoms
fathoms
feet
feet
feet
feet
feet
feet
feet
feet of water
feet of water
feet of water
feet of water
feet of water
feet of water
feet/min
feet/min
feet/min
feet/min
feet/min
feet/sec
feet/sec
feet/sec
feet/sec
feet/sec
feet/sec
feet/ sec/ sec
feet/ sec/ sec
feet/ sec/ sec
feet/ sec/ sec
feet/ 100 feet
foot-pounds
foot-pounds
foot pounds
foot-pounds
foot-pounds
foot-pounds
foot.pounds
foot-pounds
foot-pounds/min
foot.pounds/min

15-6

microfarads
ampere (absolute)
amperehours
coulombs
meters
feet
centimeters
kilometers
meters
miles (nautical)
miles (statute)
millimeters
mils
atmospheres
in. of mercury
kg/sq cm
kg/sq meter
pounds/sq ft
pounds/sq in.
cm/sec
feet/sec
km/hr
meters/min
miles/hr
cm/sec
km/hr
knots
meters/min
miles/hr
miles/min
cm/sec/sec
km/hr/sec
meters/ sec/ sec
miles/hr/sec
percent grade
Btu
ergs
gram-calories
hp-hr
joules
kg-calories
kg-meters
kilowatt-hr
Btu/min
foot-pounds/sec

10 6
9.6500x 104
26.80
9.649X 10 4
1.828804
6.0
30.48
3.048x 10-4
0.3048
1.645x10- 4
1.894x 10-4
304.8
1.2x10 4
0.02950
0.8826
0.03048
304.8
62.43
0.4335
0.5080
0.01667
0.01829
0.3048
0.01136
30.48
1.097
0.5921
18.29
0.6818
0.01136
30.48
1.097
0.3048
0.6818
1.0
1.286x10-3
1.356Xl0 7
0.3238
5.050x 10- 1
1.356
3.24x 10-4
0.1383
3.766x10- 7
1.286 x 10- 3
0.01667

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...,,

'-""

._

TO CONVERT

INTO

MULTIPLY BY

foot-pounds/m in
foot-pounds/m in
foot-pounds/min
foot-pou nds/sec
foot- pounds/sec
foot-pounds/sec
foot-pounds/sec
foot-pou nd s/sec
furlongs
furlongs

horsepower
kg-ca lories/m in
kilowatts
Btu / hr
Btu/ min
horsepower
kg-calories/min
kilowa tts
miles (U.S.)
feet

3 .030x l0 - 5
3.24x l o -
2.260x 10-5
4.6263
0.077 1 7
l.8 18x 10- 3
0.0 1945
1.356 x 1 0 - 3
0.125
660.0

G
CUCm
cu feet
cu inches
cu meters
cu yards
liters
ga llons (U.S. liq)

3,785.0
0.1337
231.0
3.785x10- 3
4.951x10- 3
3.785
1.20095

gallons
ga llons
gallons
gallons
ga llons
gallons
gallons ( liq
British Imp.)
gallon s ( U.S. )
gallons of water
gallons/ min
ga llons / min
gallons/min
gausses
gausses
gausses
gausses
gilberts
gilberts/cm
gil berts/ cm
gil berts/ cm
gra de
grams
grams
grams
grams
grams
grams
grams
grams
grams
grams/ cm
gra ms/ cu cm

ga llons (Imp.)
pounds of water
cu ft/sec
liters /sec
cu ft/hr
lines/sq in.
webers/sq cm
we be rs/ sq in .
webers/ sq meter
ampe10e-turn s
amp-turns/ cm
amp-turns/ in.
amp.turns/meter
rad ian
dynes
joules/ cm
joules / meter
(newtons)
kilograms
milligrams
ounces (avd p)
ounces (t roy)
poundals
pounds
pounds/ inch
pounds/ cu ft

0 .83267
8.3453
2.228x l0- 3
0.06308
8.0208
6.452
10 ~
6.452x10 - s
lo-
0.7958
0.7958
2.021
79.58
0 .01571
980.7
9.807x 10- 5
9 .807 x 10- 3
0.001
1,000.0
0 .03527
0.032 15
0.0 7093
2.205x10-3
5.600xl0-3
. 62 .43

157

\
TO CONVERT

INTO

MULTIPLY BY

grams/cu cm
grams/cu cm
grams/liter
grams/liter
grams/liter
grams/sq cm
gram -calories
gram-calories
gram-calories
gram -calories
gram-calories
gram-calories
gram-calories/sec

pounds/cu in.
pounds/mil-foot
pounds/ 1,000 gal
pounds/cu ft
parts/million
pounds/sq ft
Btu
ergs
foot-pounds
horsepower-hr
kilowatt-hr
watt-hr
Btu/hr
Btu
ergs
joules
kg-cal
kg-meters

0.03613
3.405x 10-1
8.345
0.062427
1,000.0
2.0481
3.9683X 10-3
4.1868x 10 7
3.0880
1.5596 x 1 o- 6
1.1630x 10- 5
1.1630x 10- 3
14.286
9.297X10- 8
980.7
9.807x 10- 5
2.343x 10-s
10-5

gram~centimeters

gram-centimeters
gram-centimeters
gram-centimeters
gram-centimeters

"-1

..,

H
hand
hectograms
hectoliters
hectometers
hectowatts
henries
horsepower
horsepower
horsepower
horsepower
(metric) (542.5
ft lb/sec)
horsepower (550
ft lb/sec)
horsepower
horsepower
horsepower
horsepower
(boiler)
horsepower
(boiler)
horsepower-hr
horsepower-hr
horsepower-hr
horsepower-hr

15-8

cm
grams
liters
meters
watts
millihenries
Btu/min
foot-lb/min
foot-lb/sec
horsepower
(550 ft lb/sec)

10.16
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
1,000.0
42.44
33,000.0
550.0
0.9863

horsepower
(metric) (542.5
ft lb/sec)
kg-calories/min
kilowatts
watts
Btu/hr

1.014
10.68
0.7457
745.7
33.479

kilowatts

9.803

Btu
ergs
foot-lb
gram-calories

2,547.0
2.6845 x 10 13
1.98x106
641,190.0

lw-1

TO CONVERT

.....,

INTO

MULTIPLY BY

horsepower-hr
horsepower-hr
horsepower-hr
horsepower-hr
hours
hours
hundredweights
(long)
hundredweights
(long)
hundredweights
(short)
hundredweights
( short)
hundredweights
(short)
hundredweights
( short)

joules
kg-ca lories
kg-meters
kilowatt-hr
days
weeks
pounds

2.684x 10 6
641.1
2.737xl0 5
0.7457
4.167 x 10- 2
5.952x 10-3
112.0

tons (long)

0.05

ounces
(avoirdupois)
pounds

1600.0
100.0

tons (metric)

0.0453592

tons (long)

0.0446429

inches
inches
inches
in ches
inches
inches
inches of mercury
inches of mercury
inches of mercury
inches of mercury
inches of mercury
inches of mercury
inches of water
(at 4 C )
inches of water
(at 4C)
inches of water
(at 4C)
inches of water
(at 4C)
inches of water
(at 4C)
inches of water
(at 4C)
internationa I
ampere

centimeters
meters
miles
millimeters
mils
yards
atmospheres
feet of water
kg/sq cm
kg/ sq meter
pounds/ sq ft
pounds/sq in.
~tmospheres

2.540
2.540 x 10 - 2
l.5 78x 10-5
25.40
1,000.0
2.778X 10-2
0.03342
1.133
0.03453
345.3
70.73
0.4912
2.458x 10 - 3

inches of mercury

0.07355

kg/ sq cm

2.540x 10-3

ounces/sq in.

0.5781

po,unds / sq ft

5.204

pounds/ sq in .

0.036 13

ampere (a bsolute)

0.9998

15-9

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TO CONVERT

INTO

international volt
international volt
international volt

volts (absolute)
joules (absolute)
joules

1.0003
1.593x 10-19
9.654x 10 4

joules
joules
joules
joules
joules
joules
joules/cm
joules/cm
joules/cm

J
Btu
ergs
foot-pounds
kg-calories
kg-meters
watt-hr
grams
dynes
joules/meter

9.480x 10- 4
10 7
0.7376
2.389X 10-4
0.1020
2.778X 10- 4
1.020X 10 4
10 7
100.0

joules/cm
joules/cm

poundals
pounds

kilograms
kilograms
kilograms
kilograms

dynes
grams
joules/cm
joules/meter
(newtons)
poundals
pounds
tons (long)
tons (short)
grams/cu cm

70.93
2.205
9.842x10- 4
1.102X 10- 3
0.001

pounds/cu ft

0.06243

pounds/cu in.

3.613X 10-5

pounds/mil-foot

3.405 x 10- 10

pounds/ft
dynes
atmospheres
feet of water
inches of mercury
pounds/sq ft
pounds/sq in.
atmospheres

0.6720
980,665.0
0.9678
32.81
28.96
2,048.0
14.22
9.678X 10-5

feet of water

3.281x10-3

MULTIPLY BY

(ne~tons)

723.3
22.48

kilograms
kilograms
kilograms
kilograms
kilograms/cu
meter
kilograms/cu
meter
kilograms/cu
meter
kilograms/cu
meter
kilograms/ meter
kilograms/sq cm
kilograms/sq cm
kilograms/sq cm
kilograms/sq cm
kilograms/sq cm
kilograms/sq cm
kilograms/sq
meter
kilograms/sq
meter

15-10

980,665.0
1,000.0
0.09807
9.807

"

...

...
......

TO CONVERT

IN TO

MULTIPLY BY

kilograms/sq
meter
kilogra ms/sq
meter
kilograms/sq
meter
ki lograms/sq mm
kilogram-calories
kilogram -ca lor ies
kilogram -ca lories
kilogram-calories
kilogram -calo r ies
kilogram-calor ies
kilogram-ca lories
kilogram meters
kilogram meters
kilogram meters
kilogra m meters
kilogram meters
kilogram meters
kilol in es
kiloliters
kilometers
ki lometers
kilometers
kilometers
kilometers
kilometers
ki lometers
kilometers/hr
kilometers/ hr
kilometers / hr
kilometers/ h r
kilometers/ hr
kilometers / hr
kilometers/ hr I
sec
ki lometers/ hr I
sec
kilometers/hr I
sec
kilometers/ hrI
sec
kilowatts
kilowatts
kilowatts

inches of mercury

2.896x 10 - 3

pou nds/sq ft

0.2048

pounds/sq in.

l .422x 1 0- 3

kg/sq meter
Btu
foot-poun ds
hp-hr
joules
kg-meters
kilojoules
kilowatt-hr
Btu
ergs
foot-pounds
joul es
kg-ca lor ies
kilowatt-hr
maxwell s
liters
centimeters
feet
inches
meters
miles
millimeters
yards
ems/sec
feet/min
feet/sec
knots
meters/ min
miles/ hr
cm s/ sec/ sec

10 6
3.968
3,088.0
l.560X 10-3
4, 186.0
426.9
4.186
l.163X 10- 3
9 .294x 10- 3
9.804xl0 7
7.233
9 .804
2.342x 10 - 3
2.723x 10 - 5
1 ,000.0
1,000.0
10 5
3,281.0
3.937 x 10 4
1,000.0
0.6214
10 6
1,094.0
27.78
54.68
0 .9113
0.5396
16.67
0.6214
27 .78

ft/sec/ sec

0.9113

meters/ sec/ sec

0.2 77 8

miles/ hr/sec

0.6214

Btu/min
foot-lb/ min
foot-lb/ sec

56.92
4.426 x 1 o
73 7 .6

15-11

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TO CONVERT
kilowatts
kilowatts
kilowatts
kilowatt-hr
kilowatt-hr
kilowatt-hr
kilowatt-hr
kilowatt-hr
kilowatt-hr
kilowatt-hr
kilowatt-hr
kilowatt-hr
kilowatt-hr
knots
knots
knots
knots
knots
knots
league
light year
light year
lines/sq cm
lines/sq in.
lines/sq in.
lines/sq in.
lines/sq in.
liters
liters
liters
liters
liters
liters
liters
liters
liters/min
liters/min

INTO
horsepower
kg-calories/min
watts
Btu
ergs
foot-lb
gram-calories
horsepower-hr
joules
kg-calories
kg-meters
pounds of water
evaporated from
and at 212F
pounds of water
raised from 62
to 212F
feet/hr
kilometers/hr
nautical miles/hr
statute miles/hr
yards/hr
feet/sec
L
miles (approx)
miles
kilometers
gausses
gausses
webers/sq cm
webers/ sq in.
webers/sq meter
cu cm
cu feet
cu inches
cu meters
cu yards
gallons (U.S. liq)
pints (U.S. liq)
quarts (U.S. liq)
cu ft/sec
gal/sec

MULTIPLY BY

1.341
14.34
1,000.0
3,413.0
3.600x 10 13
2.655x10 6
859,850.0
1.341
3.6X 10 6
860.5
3.671X10 5
3.53
22.75
6,080.0
1.8532
1.0
1.151
2,027.0
1.689
3.0
5.9 x 10 12
9.46091x10 12
1.0
0.1550
1.550x 10-9
10-s
l.550x 10-5
1,000.0
0.03531
61.02
0.001
l.308X 10-3
0.2642
2.113
1.057
5.886X 10-4
4.403X 10-3

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15-12

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TO CONVERT

.....,

...,

maxwells
maxwells
mega lines
megohms
megohms
meters
meters
meters
meters
me~ers

meters
meters
meters
.._ meters/min
meters/min
meters/min
meters/min
meters/min
meters/min
meters/sec
meters/sec
meters/sec
meters/sec
meters/sec
meters/sec
meters/sec/sec
meters/sec/sec
meters/sec/sec
meters/ sec/ sec
"...; meter.kilograms
meterkilograms
meter.kilograms
microfarad
micrograms
microhms
microhms
'-11 microliters
miles (nautical)
miles (nautical)
miles (nautical)
miles (nautical)
"'-"miles (nautical)
miles (statute)
miles (statute)

INTO

MULTIPLY BY

M
kilolines
we be rs
maxwells
microhms
ohms
centimeters
feet
inches
kilometers
miles (nautical)
miles (statute)
millimeters
yards
cm/sec
feet/min
feet/sec
km/hr
knots
miles/hr
feet/min
feet/sec
kilometers/hr
kilometers/min
miles/hr
miles/min
cm/sec/sec
ft/sec/sec
km/hr/sec
miles/hr/sec
cmdynes
cm.grams
pound.feet
farads
grams
megohms
ohms
liters
feet
kilometers
meters
miles (statute)
yards
centimeters
feet

0.001
10-s
10 6
10 12
10 6
100.0
3.281
39.37
0.001
5.396x 10- 4
6.214X 10-4
1,000.0
1.094
1.667
3.281
0.05468
0.06
0.03238
0.03728
196.8
3.281
3.6
0.06
2.237
0.03728
100.0
3.281
3.6
2.237
9.807x 10 7
10 5
7.233
10- 6
10- 6
10-12
10- 6
10-6
6,080.27
1.853
1,853.0
1.1516
2,027.0
1.609x 10 5
5,280.0

15-13

'

TO CONVERT

INTO

MULTIPLY BY

miles (statute)
miles (statute)
miles (statute)
miles (statute)
miles (statute)
miles/hr
miles/hr
miles/hr
miles/hr
miles/hr
miles/hr
miles/hr
miles/hr
miles/hr /sec
miles/hr /sec
miles/hr/sec
miles/hr/sec
miles/min
miles/min
miles/min
miles/min
miles/min
mil-feet
milligrams
milligrams/liter
m illihen ries
milliters
millimeters
millimeters
millimeters
millimeters
millimeters
millimeters
millimeters
millimeters
million gal/day
mils
mils
mils
mils
mils
mils
minutes (angles)
minutes (angles)
minutes (angles)
minutes {angles)

inches
kilometers
meters
miles (nautical)
yards
cm/sec
feet/min
feet/sec
km/hr
km/min
knots
meters/min
miles/min
cm/sec/sec
feet/ sec/ sec
km/hr/sec
meters/ sec/ sec
cm/sec
feet/sec
km/min
knots/min
miles/hr
cu inches
grams
parts/million
henries
liters
centimeters
feet
inches
kilometers
meters
miles
mils
yards
cu ft/sec
degrees (angle)
centimeters
feet
inches
kilometers
yards
degrees
quadrants
radians
seconds

6.336x 10 4
1.609
1,609.0
0.8684
1,760.0
44.70
88.0
1.467
1.609
0.02682
0.8684
26.82
0.1667
44.70
1.467
1.609
0.4470
2,682.0
88.0
1.609
0.8684
60.0
9.425x 10-6
0.001
1.0
0.001
0.001
0.1
3.281x10-3
0.03937
l0-6
0.001
6.214x 10-1
39.37
l.094X l0- 3
1.54723
0.05625
2.540x 10- 3
8.333x 10- 5
0.001
2.540 X 10-8
2.778x 10- 5
0.01667
1.852 x 10- 4
2.909X 10- 4
60.0

15-14

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'

'-'
C3

TO CONVERT

....
'-

INTO

MULTIPLY BY

0
ohms (international)
ohms
ohms
ounces
ounces
ounces
ounces
ounces
ounces
ounces (fluid)
ounces (fluid)
ounces (t roy)
ounces (troy)
ounces/sq in.
ounces/sq in.

ohms (absolute)

1.0005

megohms
micr ohms
drams
grams
pounds
ounces (troy)
tons (long)
tons (metric)
cu inches
liters
grams
pounds (t roy)
dynes/ sq cm
pounds/sq in.

lo- 6
l 06
16.0
28.349527
0.0625
0.9115
2 .790x 10- 5
2.835 X 10-5
1.805
0 .02957
31.103481
0.08333
4309 .0
0.0625

....

parts/million
parts/ million
parts/ million
pints (dry)
pints (liq)
pints (liq)
pints (liq)
pin ts (liq)
pints (liq)
pints ( liq)
pints (liq)
pints (liq)
pounds
(avoirdupois)
poundals
poundals
poundals
poundals
pounda ls
pounda Is
pounds
pounds
pounds
pounds
pounds

grains/ U.S. gal


grains/ Imp . gal
pounds /million gal
cu inches
cu cm
cu feet
cu inches
cu meters
cu yards
gallons
liters
quarts (liq)
ounces (troy)

0.0584
0.07016
8.345
33.60
473.2
0.01671
28.87
4 .732x10- 4
6.189x 10- 4
0.125
0.4732
0.5
14.5833

dynes
grams
joules/ cm
joules/meter
(newtons)
kilograms
pounds
drams
dynes
grains
grams
joul es / cm

1 3,826.0
14.10
1.383 x 10- 3
0.1383
0.01410
0.03108
256.0
44.4823x 10 4
7,000.0
453 .5924
0.04448

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pounds
pounds
pounds
pounds
pounds
pounds
pounds
pounds (troy)
pounds (troy)
pounds (troy)
pounds (troy)
pounds (troy)
pounds (troy)
pounds .(troy)
pounds of water
pounds of water
pounds of water
pounds of water I
min
pound-feet
pound-feet
pound-feet
pounds/ cu ft
pounds/ cu ft
pounds/cu ft
pounds/cu ft
pounds/cu in.
pounds/cu in.
pounds/cu in.
pounds/cu in.
pounds/ft
pounds/in.
pounds/mil-foot
pounds/sq ft
pounds/sq ft
pounds/sq ft
pounds/sq ft
pounds/sq ft
pounds/sq in.
pounds/sq in.
pounds/sq in.
pounds/sq in.
pounds/sq in.

15-16

INTO

MULTIPLY BY

joules/meter
(newtons)
kilograms
ounces
ounces (troy)
poundals
pounds (troy)
tons (short)
grams
ounces (avdp.)
ounces (troy)
pounds (avdp.)
tons (long)
tons (metric)
tons (short)
cu feet
cu inches
gallons
cu ft/sec

0.4536
16.0
14.5833
32.17
1.21528
0.0005
373.24177
13.1657
12.0
0.822857
3.6735 x 10- 4
3.7324x 10- 4
4.1143x 10- 4
0.01602
27.68
0.1198
2.670x 10- 4

cm-dynes
cm-grams
meter-kg
grams/cu cm
kg/cu meter
pounds/cu in.
pounds/mil-foot
gm/cu cm
kg/cu meter
pounds/cu ft
pounds/mil-foot
kg/meter
gm/cm
gm/cu cm
atmospheres
feet of water
inches of mercury
kg/sq meter
pounds/sq in.
atmospheres
feet of water
inches of mercury
kg/sq meter
pounds/sq ft

1.356x10 7
13,825.0
0.1383
0.01602
16.02
5.787x10- 4
5.456 x 10- 9
27.68
2.768x 10 4
1,728.0
9.425 x 10- 5
1.488
178.6
2.306x10 6
4.725x 10-4
0.01602
0.01414
4.882
6.944 x 10- 3
0.06804
2.307
2.036
703.1
144.0

4.448

'W

'-'

iW

TO CONVERT

....
""""'

....

.......

INTO

M U LTIPLY BY

90.0
5,400.0
1.571
3.24x10 5
67.20
946.4
0.03342
57.75
9.464x 10 -
l.238 x10 - 3
0.25
0.9463

quadrants (angle)
quad rants (angle)
quadrants (angle)
quadrants (a ngle)
quarts (dry)
quarts (liq)
quarts ( liq )
quarts (l iq)
quarts ( liq )
quarts (liq)
quarts (liq)
quarts (liq)

degrees
minutes
radians
seconds
cu inches
cu cm
cu feet
cu inches
cu meters
cu yards
gallons
liters

rad ians
radians
radians
rad ia ns
radians/sec
rad ia ns/ sec
radians/ sec
radians /sec/sec
radians/sec/sec
radians/ sec/ sec
revolutions
revolution s
revolutions
revolut ions/min
revolutions / min
revolutions/m in
revolutions/ min /
min
revolutions/ min/
min
revolutions/ min /
min
revolutions/ sec
revolutions/ sec
revolutions/sec
r evolutions/ sec/
sec
revolutions/sec /
sec
revel ution s/ sec/
sec

degrees
minutes
quadrants
seconds
d egrees/sec
revolutions/mi n
revolutions/sec
rev/ min / min
rev/min/sec
rev/ sec/ sec
degrees
quadrants
rad ians
degrees/ sec
radians/sec
rev / sec
radians/sec/ sec

57 .30
3,438.0
0.6366
2.063x 10 5
57.30
9.549
0.1592
573.0
9.549
0.1592
360.0
4.0
6.283
6.0
0. 1 047
0.01667
l.745x 10 - 3

rev/min/sec

0.0 1667

rev /sec/sec

2.778X 10 - 4

degrees/ sec
rad ians/sec
rev/min
radians/sec/sec

360.0
6.283
60.0
6.283

rev/mi n/ min

3,600.0

rev/ min/sec

60.0

15- 17

~
INTO

TO CONVERT

MULTIPLY BY

s
seconds (angle)
seconds (angle)
seconds (angle)
seconds (angle)
slug
slug
square
centimeters
square
centimeters
square
centimeters
square
centimeters
square
centimeters
square
centimeters
square
centimeters
square feet
square feet
square feet
square feet
square feet
square feet
square feet
square feet
square inches
square inches
square inches
square inches
square inches
square inches
square kilometers
square kilometers
square kilometers
square kilometers
square kilometers
square kilometers
square kilometers
square meters
square meters
square meters

15-18

degrees
minutes
quadrants
radians
kilogram
pounds
circular mils

2.778X 10- 4
0.01667
3.087x10- 5
4.848x 10- 5
14.59
32.17
l.973x 10 5

sq feet

1.076x10-3

sq inches

0.1550

sq

0.0001

m~ters

sq miles

3.861x10- 11

sq millimeters

100.0

sq yards

1.196x 10- 4

acres
circular mils
sq cm
sq inches
sq meters
sq miles
sq millimeters
sq yards
circular mils
sq cm
sq feet
sq millimeters
sq mils
sq yards
acres
sq cm
sq ft
sq inches
sq meters
sq miles
sq yards
acres
sq ems
sq feet

2.296x 10- 5
l.833x 108
929.0
144.0
0.09290
3.587x10- 8
9.290x 10 4
0.1111
1.273 x 10 6
6.452
6.944 x 10-3
645.2
10 6
7.716X 10-4
247.1
1010
10.76x 106
l.550x 109
10 6
0.3861
1.196X 10 6
2.471x10-4
10 4
10.76

'-"

TO CONVERT

INTO

MULTIPLY BY

square meters
square meters
square meters
square meters
sq uare miles
squa re miles
square miles
sq uare miles
square miles
squa re millimeters
square millimeters
square millimeters
sq uare millimeter s
square mils
square mils
square mils
square yards
square yards
square yards
square yards
square yards
square yards
square yards

sq inches
sq miles
sq millimeters
sq yards
acres
sq feet
sq km
sq meters
sq yards
circular mils
sq cm
sq feet
sq inches
circular mils
Sq CrTI
sq inches
acres
sq cm
sq feet
sq inches
sq meters
sq miles
sq millimeters

tern peratu re
c C) +273
temperature
(C)+ l7.78
temperature
( F) + 460
temperature
(F)-32
tons ( lon g)
tons (long)
tons (long)
tons (metric)
tons ( metric)
tons (short)
tons (short)
tons (s hort)
tons (short)
tons (short)
tons (short)
tons (short)
tons (short)
sq ft

absolute tempera
tu re ( C)
temperature ( F)

1.0

absolute temperature(F)
temperature ( C)

1.0
5/ 9

kilograms
pounds
tons (short)
kilograms
pounds
kilograms
ounces
oun ces (troy)
pounds
pounds (troy)
tons ( long)
tons (metric)
kg/ sq meter

1,016.0
2,240.0
1.120
1,000.0
2 ,205.0
907. 1848
32,000.0
29 , 166.66
2,000 .0
2, 430.56
0.89287
0.9078
9.765.0

1,55 0.0
3.861x10- 7
106
1.196
640.0
27.88xl0 6
2.590
2.590x 106
3.098 x 106
1,973.0
0.01
1.076x 10- 5
1. 550x10- 3
1.273
6.452 x 10-6
10-6

2.066X 10-
8 ,36 1.0
9.0
1 ,296.0
0.8361
3.288x 10- 1
8.36lx10 5

....,

1.8

15- 19

(
TO CONVERT
tons (short)/
sq ft
tons of water I
24 hr
tons of water I
24 hr
tons of water I
24 hr

INTO

MULTIPLY BY

pounds/sq in.

2,000.0

pounds of water I
hr
gallons/min

83.333

cu ft/hr

1.3349

0.16643

w
watts
watts
watts
watts
watts
watts
watts
watts
watts
watts (absolute)
watts (absolute)
watt-hours
watt-hours
watt-hours
watt-hours
watt-hours
watt-hours
watt-hours
watt-hours
watts (International)
we be rs
we be rs
webers/sq in.
webers/ sq in.
webers/sq in.
webers/sq in.
webers/sq meter
we be rs/ sq meter
webers/sq meter
webers/sq meter

Btu/hr
Btu/min
ergs/sec
foot-lb/min
foot-lb/sec
horsepower
horsepower
(metric)
kg-calories/min
kilowatts
Btu (mean)/min
joules/sec
Btu
ergs
foot-pounds
gram-calories
horsepower-hr
kilogram-calories
kilogrammeters
kilowatt-hr
watts (absolute)

3.4129
0.05688
107.0
44.27
0.7378
1.341xi0- 3
l.360X 10- 3

maxwells
kilolines
gausses
lines/sq in.
we be rs/ sq cm
webers/sq meter
gausses
lines/sq in.
webers/ sq cm
we be rs/ sq in.

10 8
10 5
l.550x 10 7
10 8
0.1550
1,550.0
10 4
6.452x10 4

0.01433
0.001
0.056884
1.0
3.413
3.60X 10 10
2,656.0
859.85
1.341x10-3
0.8605
367.2
0.001
1.0002

'-'

\_.;

10-4

6.452x10- 4

"wl

15-20

TO CONVERT

INTO

MULTIPLY BY

y
'W'

centimeters
kilometers
meters
miles ( nautical)
miles (statute)
millimeters

yards
yards
yards
yards
yards
yards

91.44
9. 144X 10-
0.9144
4.934x10 -
5.682 x lo-
914.4

Metric Unit Prefixes


Prefixes
tera
giga
mega
myria
kilo
hekto
deka

Multiples
1012

Prefixes
deci

10 9
10 6

centi
milli

lo

micro
nanopico

10 3
10 2
10

Multiples
10- 1
10- 2

10 - 3
10 - 6
10-9
10-12

15-21

Centigrade-Fahrenheit Conversion Table


F=9/5 C+32=1.8 (C+l7.8)
C=5/9 (F-32)
C._F

-62.2
-56.7
-51.1
-45.6
-40.0
-34.4
-31.7
-28.9
-26.1
-23.3
-20.6
-17.8
-15.0
-12.2
- 9.4
- 6.7
- 3.9

C~F

C-.F

-112.0
- 94.0
76.0
58.0

43.3
46.1
48.9
51.7

110
115
120
125

230.0
239.0
248.0
257.0

40.0
22.0
13.0
4.0

54.4
57.2
60.0
62.8
65.6

130
135
140
145
150

266.0
275.0
284.0
293.0
302.0

5.0
14.0
23.0
32.0

68.3
71.1
73.9
76.7

155
160
165
170

311.0
320.0
329.0
338.0

79.4
82.2
85.0
87.8

175
180
185
190

347.0
356.0
365.0
374.0

195
200
205
210

383.0
392.0
401.0
410.0

80
70
60
50

40
30
25
20

15
10
5
0

C_.F

5
10
15
20
25

41.0
50.0
59.0
68.0
77.0

1.1
1.7
4.4
7.2

30
35
40
. 45

86.0
95.0
113.0

90.6
93.3
96.1
98.9

10.0
12.8
15.6
18.3

50
55
60
65

122.0
131.0
140.0
149.0

101.7
104.4
107.2
110.0

215
220
225
230

419.0
428.0
437.0
446.0

21.l
23.9
26.7
29.4

70
75
80
85

158.0
167.0
176.0
185.0

112.8
115.6
118.3
121.1

235
240
245
250

455.0
464.0
473.0
482.0

32.2
35.0
37.8
40.6

90
95
100
105

194.0
203.0
212.0
221.0

126.7
132.2
137.8
143.3

260
270
280
290

500.0
518.0
536.0
554.0

15-22

~04.0

Centigrade-Fahrenheit Conversion
Table-Continued
F=9/ 5 C+32=1.8 (C+l7.8)
"C=5/9 (" F- 32)
C-+--F

C-...F

C.-F C-.F

148.9
154.4
160.0
165.6

300
310
320
330

572.0
590.0
608.0
626.0

265.6
271.1
276.7
282.2

510
520
530
540

950.0
968.0
986.0
1004 .0

171.1
176.7
182.2
187.8

340
350
360
370

644.0
662.0
680.0
698.0

287.8
293.3
298.9
304.4

550
560
570
580

1022.0
1040.0
1058.0
1076.0

193.3
198.9
20 4.4
210.0
215.6

380
390
400
410
420

7 16.0
734.0
752.0
770.0
788.0

310.0
315.6
326.7
337.8

590
600
620
640

1090.0
1112.0
1148.0
1184.0

221.1
226.7
232.2
237.8

430
440
450
460

806.0
824.0
842.0
860.0

348.9
360.0
371.l
382.2

660
680
700
720

1 220.0
1 256.0
1292.0
1328.0

243.3
248.9
254.4
260.0

470
480
490
500

878.0
896.0
914.0
932.0

393.3
404.4
415.6
426.7
437.8

740
760
780
800
820

1364.0
1400.0
1436.0
1472 .0
1508.0

15-23

NUMBER SYSTEMS
Decimal

Octal

Base or Radix

10

Total Symbols

10

Counting

0
1
2
3

0
1
2

10

4
5
6

!!

100
101
110

10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
20
21
22
23
24
25

1000
1001
1010
1011
1100
1101
1110
1111
10000
10001
10010
10011
10100
10101

5
6
7
8
~

10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21

15-24

Binary

.!

ill

VARIOUS RADICES
(Radix- Base)

10 20 30 40 50
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19 29 39 49 59
20 30
Radix 2
1 21 31
Radix 3 2 12 22 32
Radix 4 3 13 23 33
4 14 24 34
Radix 6 5 15 25 35
6 16 26 36
7 17 27 37

0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9

1_l1J

....

90 100

99
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47

50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57

Radix 2
00
01

io

!..!!

100
101

00 10 20
01 11 21
02 12
210 220
21 1 221
212 2221

110

!.!..!I

1000
1001

1010
10111

Radix 3
100 110 120 200
101 111 121 201
102 112 122 1 202
1000 1010 10 20
1001 1011 1021
1002 1012 10221
Radi x 5

00
01
02
03
04

10
11
12
13
14

20
21
22
23
24

30
31
32
33
34

40
41
42
43

100
101
102
103
104

110
111
112
113
114
15-25

ANALYSIS OF NUMBERS
Decimal

982.4
9 = 9

x 10 10 = 9 x 100 = 900

1
8=8X 10 10

=BX 10 = -80

0
2 = 2 x 10 10 =2X

1 = 2

-982

4 = 4 x 10-l = 4 x 1/10 = -.4


10
-982.4
Octal

674.2
6 = 6
7

=7

8 2 = 6
8

100

= 600

1 = 7
8

10

= --70

=4X

= .... 4

x8

4=4X80
8

674
-1
2 = 2 x 8 8 = 2 x 1/10 = -.2

674.2

. 15-26

Binary

10110.01
4

=0 x

3 - 0
2 -

=1 x

2
2

=1x

100

= ----100

=1 x

1
2

=1x

10

= ----10

=0 x

0
2

=0 x

x 2

x 10000 = 10000
x 1000

= -0000

__.______ o

10110
0

=0

=1x

x 2

-1
2

=0

-2

=1 x

2 2

x 1/ 10
1/ 100

= .O
= ----------.01
10 110.01

C4

15-27

'

N
CIO

....UI

Large base

Small base

,'

Fractiona I

Large base

Small base

Integral

Small base

Large base

Fractional

Integral

Small base

Large base

Number

To

From

Systems

Divide entry number by small base and


record remainder. First digit is LSD
and last digit is MSD. (Read up.)
Multiply entire number by small base
and record remainder to left of radix
point. First digit is MSD. (Read down.)
Multiply from left by small base and add
next digit. The last step is add. Last
number is answer.
Divide each digit from the right by small
base. Add next digit. Last step divide.
Last quotient is answer.

Instruction

GENERAL RULES FOR NUMBER SYSTEM CONVERSION

Large base

Large base

Large base

Large base

Arithmetic
done in

'

EXAMPLES OF NUMBER CONVERSIONS


Decimal to Octal

. 1~;:10 ,= 5348
8

5
0

3
5

0
0

0
1
1
1
1

.531 0

1:

= .4 17 8

.4510

.24
8

.90
2

.92
8

.80
2

.36

.60

Octa l to Decimal

= 19010

x:7Ll68
16

Binary to Decimal
110

x~~

...l...

+l

23
x8
184
......
190

3
x2
6
+O
Answer

.5 ;J

.648

= .0 112

= .812510

= 6 10

An swer

= .8 12510

8 14.00

.8 125
8 16.5

15-29

DECIMAL TO OCTAL CONVERSION


Number Less Than 1
1. Multiply number of s 1 .
0
2. The integral portion of the product is the MSD of the
decimal number.
3. The fractional portion becomes the multiplicand for
successive multiplication.
4. Continue until sufficient places have been formed.
Convert .53 to an octal number.
Step 1

.53

8
4.24
Step 3

4 MSD Step 2

.24

8
1.92
.92

8
7.36
Octal Number .417

15-30

r
DECIMAL TO BINARY CONVERSION
Numbers Less Than 1
1. Multiply the decimal number by 2.
2. The integral portion of the product becomes the MSB.
3. The fractional portion of the product becomes the
multiplicand for the next operation.
4. Continue until sufficient places have been formed .
.9125
2
1.8250
1 MSB
.8250
2
1.6500
.6500
2
1.3000
.3000
2
.6000

Binary .l l lO
number

0 LSB

OCTAL TO DECIMAL CONVERSION


Numbers Less Than 1
1. Divide the rightmost digit by 8

10

2. Add th.e next digit to the quotient.


3. last step, divide.
4. last quotient is the answer.
Convert .64

to a decimal number.

Decimal
number

C4

.8125

15-31

r
Bl NARY TO DECIMAL CONVERSION
1. Use positional notation to determine the weight of each
digit.
2. Add a II values.
Convert 1100.1101 toa decimal number.
1101

1100

wtx2
OX2
2
1X2

1X2

11itx~-4

.0000

1X2- 2

.2500

.0625

OX2

1X2- l

.5000

12

.8125

Decimal number 12.8125

OCTAL TO BINARY CONVERSION


1. Mentally convert each octal digit to three binary digits.

010

101

011

111

BINARY TO OCTAL CONVERSION


1. Group the binary number in threes from the binary
point.
2. Mentally convert each group to an octal digit.
0 1 0 1 0

0 1 1 1 1 1

010

101

011

111

Use positional values of binary numbers for mental


conversion.

+ + +
4

"-32

C4

DECIMAL TO OCTAL CONVERSION


Number Greater Than 1
1. Divide decimal number by 8

10

2 . Remai nder is LSD.


3. Div ide quot ient (of step 1 ) by 8

10

4. 2nd remainder is 2nd digit.


5. Continue division unti l quotient cannot be divided again.
6. The last r ema in der is the MSD.
Convert 348 to an octal number.
Stop t
Step 3

Step 5

IH!_
43

8 5
0

4 LSD

Step 2

Step 4

5 MSD

Step 6

Octal number - 534

DECIMAL TO BINARY CONVERSION


Numbers Greater Than 1

1.
2.
3.
4.
5.

Divide the decimal num ber by 2.


Remainder is LSB.
Quotient becomes dividend for next operation .
Continue until the number can no longer be divided.
The last r ema inder is the MSB.

2
22 ~1!7
2
2

0 LSB

3
1
0

Bina ry numbe r 1 11 00
1

1 MSB

15-33

r
OCTAL TO DECIMAL CONVERSION
Numbers Greater Than 1
1. Multiply the MSD of the octal number by 8

10

2. Add the next significant digit to the product.


3. Multiply the sum by 8

10

4. The last step will be add.


5. The last sum will be the answer.
Convert 276

to decimal number.

xl:~s
+7j
23
x 8
184

+6
190

15-34

Decimal
number

190

If a warhead malfunction E07 or adapter


M06 is displayed on the IRI, the following
procedures will be followed:
1. Stop all operations on the warhead
section, immediately remove electrical
power.
2. Wait 30 minutes before performing
any operation on warhead section.
3. After 30 Minut es, if applicable,
recapture the missile
4. Remove the warhead section from the
the guidance section.
5. Test the warhead section with the
4127 A test set.
Checking to iasure that the ST-120 is caged
8W2J2 Pins W to X continuity = Caged
EMERGENCY INTERRUPT
M04 G&C, MOS ADPT, E03 SAF REL-G&C, E04
ADPT, EO~ S&G-G&C MNDIST, E06 ADPT, 547
SAF REl-MNDST
G&C IN CONTADIBR
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