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XPDR/TACAN/TCAS

ADS-B/TIS
Test Set
IFR 6015
Getting Started Manual

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GETTING STARTED MANUAL

XPDR/TACAN/TCAS/ADS-B/TIS
TEST SET

IFR 6015

PUBLISHED BY
Aeroflex

COPYRIGHT © Aeroflex 2010


All rights reserved. No part of this publication may be reproduced, stored in a retrieval system, or
transmitted in any form or by any means, electronic, mechanical, photocopying, recording or otherwise
without the prior permission of the publisher.

Original Printing Jan 2010

10200 West York / Wichita, Kansas 67215 U.S.A. / (316) 522-4981 / FAX (316) 524-2623

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This manual contains essential information relating
to initial use of the unit.

Aeroflex recommends the operator become familiar


with the Operation Manual contained on the
accompanying CD-ROM.

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SAFETY FIRST: TO ALL OPERATIONS PERSO NNEL


REFER ALL SERVICING OF UNIT TO QUALIFIED TECHNICAL PERSONNEL. THIS UNIT CONTAINS
NO OPERATOR SERVICEABLE PARTS.
WARNING: USING THIS EQUIPMENT IN A MANNER NOT SPECIFIED BY THE ACCOMPANYING
DOCUMENTATION MAY IMPAIR THE SAFETY PROTECTION PROVIDED BY THE
EQUIPMENT.
CASE, COVER OR PANEL REMOVAL
Opening the Case Assembly exposes the operator to electrical hazards that can result in electrical
shock or equipment damage. Do not operate the IFR 6015 with the Case Assembly open.
SAFETY IDENTIFICATION IN TECHNICAL MANUAL
This manual uses the following terms to draw attention to possible safety hazards, that may exist when
operating or servicing this equipment.
CAUTION: THIS TERM IDENTIFIES CONDITIONS OR ACTIVITIES THAT, IF IGNORED, CAN RESULT
IN EQUIPMENT OR PROPERTY DAMAGE (E.G., FIRE).
WARNING: THIS TERM IDENTIFIES CONDITIONS OR ACTIVITIES THAT, IF IGNORED, CAN RESULT
IN PERSONAL INJURY OR DEATH.
SAFETY SYMBOLS IN MANUALS AND ON UNITS

CAUTION: Refer to accompanying documents. (This symbol refers to


specific CAUTIONS represented on the unit and clarified in the text.)

AC OR DC TERMINAL: Terminal that may supply or be supplied with AC or


DC voltage.

DC TERMINAL: Terminal that may supply or be supplied with DC voltage.

AC TERMINAL: Terminal that may supply or be supplied with AC or


alternating voltage.

EQUIPMENT GROUNDING PRECAUTION


Improper grounding of equipment can result in electrical shock.
USE OF PROBES
Check the specifications for the maximum voltage, current and power ratings of any connector on the
IFR 6015 before connecting it with a probe from a terminal device. Be sure the terminal device
performs within these specifications before using it for measurement, to prevent electrical shock or
damage to the equipment.
POWER CORDS
Power cords must not be frayed, broken nor expose bare wiring when operating this equipment.

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SAFETY FIRST: TO ALL OPERATIONS PERSO NNEL (cont)


USE RECOMMENDED FUSES ONLY
Use only fuses specifically recommended for the equipment at the specified current and voltage ratings.
INTERNAL BATTERY
This unit contains a Lithium Ion Battery, serviceable only by a qualified technician.
CAUTION: SIGNAL GENERATORS CAN BE A SOURCE OF ELECTROMAGNETIC INTERFERENCE
(EMI) TO COMMUNICATION RECEIVERS. SOME TRANSMITTED SIGNALS CAN CAUSE
DISRUPTION AND INTERFERENCE TO COMMUNICATION SERVICES OUT TO A DISTANCE
OF SEVERAL MILES. USERS OF THIS EQUIPMENT SHOULD SCRUTINIZE ANY
OPERATION THAT RESULTS IN RADIATION OF A SIGNAL (DIRECTLY OR INDIRECTLY)
AND SHOULD TAKE NECESSARY PRECAUTIONS TO AVOID POTENTIAL
COMMUNICATION INTERFERENCE PROBLEMS.

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

Service Upon Receipt of Material 2


Specifications 4
Installation 5
Controls, Connectors and Indicators 8
Auxiliary Equipment 12
Screen Hierarchy 14
Self Test 19
Battery/Voltage Instructions 23
Fuse Replacement 27
Battery Replacement 28

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SERVICE UPON RECEIPT OF MATERIAL


UNPACKING
Special-design packing material inside this shipping carton provides maximum protection for the
IFR 6015. Avoid damaging the carton and packing material during equipment unpacking. Use the
following steps for unpacking the IFR 6015.
● Cut and remove the sealing tape on the carton top and open the carton.
● Grasp the IFR 6015 transit case firmly, while restraining the shipping carton, and lift the equipment
and packing material vertically.
● Place the IFR 6015 transit case and end cap packing on a suitable flat, clean and dry surface.
● Remove the protective plastic bag from the IFR 6015 transit case. Place the desiccant bags back
inside the protective plastic bag.
● Place protective plastic bag and end cap packing material inside shipping carton.
● Store the shipping carton for future use should the IFR 6015 need to be returned.

TRANSIT
CASE

SHIPPING
TAPE

SHIPPING
CONTAINER

056P-05

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SERVICE UPON RECEIPT OF MATERIAL (cont)


CHECKING UNPACKED EQUIPMENT
● Inspect the equipment for damage incurred during shipment. If the equipment has been damaged,
report the damage to Aeroflex.
● Check the equipment against the packing slip to see if the shipment is complete. Report all
discrepancies to Aeroflex.

DESCRIPTION PART NUMBER QTY


IFR 6015 72426 1
POWER SUPPLY 67366 1
ANTENNA 64579 1
BREAKOUT BOX 64580 1
ANTENNA SHIELD 64749 1
12 IN. COAXIAL CABLE 62401 1
72 IN. COAXIAL CABLE 62402 1
5 A FUSE 56080 1
TRANSIT CASE 10241 1
POWER CORD (US ONLY) 62302 1
POWER CORD (EUROPEAN) 64020 1
OPERATION MANUAL (CD-ROM) 6097 1
GETTING STARTED MANUAL (PAPER) 6100 1

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SPECIF ICAT IO NS

Input Power (IFR 6015):


Input Range: 11 to 32 Vdc
Power Consumption: 55 W Maximum
16 W Nominal at 18 Vdc with charged battery
Fuse Requirements: 5 A, 32 Vdc, Type F

Input Power (Supplied External AC to DC Converter):


Input Range: 100 to 250 VAC, 1.5 A Max, 47 to 63 Hz

Mains Supply Voltage Fluctuations: ≤10% of the nominal voltage


Transient Overvoltages: According to Installation Category II

Environmental (IFR 6015):


Use: Pollution Degree 2

Altitude: ≤4800 m

Operating Temperature: -20°C to 55°C

(Battery charging temperature range is 5° to 40°C


controlled by internal charger)

Storage Temperature: -30°C to 71°C

(Li Ion Battery must be removed below -20°C and above


60°C.)

Relative Humidity: 95% (±5%) from 5° to 30°C

75% (±5%) from 30° to 40°C

45% (±5%) from 40° to 55°C

Environmental (Supplied External AC to DC Converter):


Use: Indoors

Altitude: ≤10,000 m

Operating Temperature: 0°C to 40°C

Storage Temperature: -20°C to 71°C

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INSTALLATION
GENERAL
The IFR 6015 is powered by an internal Lithium Ion battery pack. The IFR 6015 is supplied with an
external DC Power Supply that enables the operator to recharge the battery when connected to AC
power.
NOTE: The IFR 6015 can operate continuously on AC power via the DC Power Supply, for servicing
and/or bench tests.
BATTERY OPERATION
The internal battery is equipped to power the IFR 6015 for more than four hours of continuous use,
after which time, the IFR 6015 battery needs recharging. Battery Operation Time Remaining (in Hours)
is displayed on all screens.
The IFR 6015 contains an automatic time-out to conserve power. If a key is not pressed within a 5 to
20 minute time period, the IFR 6015 shuts Off (only when using battery power). The Power Down Time
may be set in the Setup Screen.
BATTERY CHARGING
The battery charger operates whenever DC power (11 to 32 Vdc) is applied to the IFR 6015 with the
supplied DC Power Supply or a suitable DC power source. When charging, the battery reaches a 100%
charge in approximately four hours. The internal battery charger allows the battery to charge between
a temperature range of 5° to 40°C. The IFR 6015 can operate, connected to an external DC source,
outside the battery charging temperature range (5°C to 40°C).
The battery should be charged every three months (minimum) or disconnected for long term inactive
s t o r a g e p e r i o d s o f m o r e t h a n s i x m o n t h s . T h e B a t t e r y m u s t b e r e m o v e d wh e n c o n d i t i o n s s u r r o u n d i n g
the IFR 6015 are <-20°C and >60°C)
SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
The following safety precautions must be observed during installation and operation. Aeroflex assumes
no liability for failure to comply with any safety precaution outlined in this manual.
Complying with Instructions
Installation/operating personnel should not attempt to install or operate the IFR 6015 without reading
and complying with instructions contained in this manual. All procedures contained in this manual must
be performed in exact sequence and manner described.
Grounding Power Cord
WARNING: DO NOT USE A THREE-PRONG TO TWO-PRONG ADAPTER PLUG. DOING SO CREATES
A SHOCK HAZARD BETWEEN THE CHASSIS AND ELECTRICAL GROUND.
For AC operation, the AC Line Cable, connected to the DC Power Supply, is equipped with standard
three-prong plug and must be connected to a properly grounded three-prong receptacle that is easily
accessible. It is the customer's responsibility to:
● Have a qualified electrician check receptacle(s) for proper grounding.
● Replace any standard two-prong receptacle(s) with properly grounded three-prong receptacle(s).

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INST ALLATION (cont)


Operating Safety
Due to potential for electrical shock within the IFR 6015, the Case Assembly must be closed when the
IFR 6015 is connected to an external power source.
Battery replacement, fuse replacement and internal adjustments must only be performed by qualified
service technicians.
AC POWER REQUIREMENTS
The DC Power Supply, supplied with the IFR 6015, operates over a voltage range of 100 to 250 VAC at
47 to 63 Hz.
The battery charger operates whenever DC power (11 to 32 Vdc) is applied to the IFR 6015 with the
supplied DC Power Supply or a suitable DC power source. When charging, the battery reaches an
100% charge in approximately four hours. The Battery Charging temperature range is 5°C to 40°C,
controlled by an internal battery charger.
BATTERY RECHARGING
STEP PROCEDURE
1. Connect AC Line Cable to either:
● AC PWR Connector on the DC Power Supply and an appropriate AC power source
● Suitable DC power source
2. Connect the DC Power Supply to the DC POWER Connector on the IFR 6015.
3. Verify the CHARGE Indicator illuminates yellow.
4. Allow four hours for battery charge or until the CHARGE Indicator illuminates green.
NOTE: If the CHARGE Indicator flashes yellow and/or the battery fails to accept a charge and
the IFR 6015 does not operate on battery power, the battery, serviceable only by a
qualified technician, requires replacement. Refer to Battery/Voltage Instructions.

DC POWER
SUPPLY

YELLOW
(CHARGING)
YELLOW - FLASHING
(FAULTY BATTERY)
GREEN
(CHARGED)

05803

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INST ALLATION (cont)


EXTERNAL CLEANING
The following procedure contains routine instructions for cleaning the outside of the IFR 6015.
CAUTION: DISCONNECT POWER FROM IFR 6015 TO AVOID POSSIBLE DAMAGE TO ELECTRONIC
CIRCUITS.

STEP PROCEDURE
1. Clean front panel buttons and display face with soft lint-free cloth. If dirt is difficult to remove,
dampen cloth with water and a mild liquid detergent.
2. Remove grease, fungus and ground-in dirt from surfaces with soft lint-free cloth dampened (not
soaked) with isopropyl alcohol.
3. Remove dust and dirt from connectors with soft-bristled brush.
4. Cover connectors, not in use, with suitable dust cover to prevent tarnishing of connector
contacts.
5. Clean cables with soft lint-free cloth.
6. Paint exposed metal surface to avoid corrosion.

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CONTROLS, CONNECTORS AND INDICATORS

1. SYNC Connector
2. VIDEO Connector
SYNC VIDEO RF I/O ANT
3. DC POWER Connector
4. RF I/O Connector
REMOTE
5. ANT Connector
REMOTE
6. REMOTE Connector
7. Display
8. Multi-Function Soft Keys
9. XPDR Mode Select Key
IFR 6015
10. TCAS Mode Select Key
11. TACAN Mode Select Key
12. SETUP Select Key
13. FREQ Select Key
14. RF LVL Key
15. RATE INCREMENT Key
16. RANGE INCREMENT Key
17. RATE DECREMENT Key
18. RANGE DECREMENT Key
19. BACKLIGHT Key
20. POWER Key
XPDR TCAS
21. HARGE Indicator
TACAN SETUP 22. POWER Indicator
TACAN 23. INTERR Indicator
FREQ RF LVL

INTERR REPLY DISPLAY


24. REPLY Indicator
POWER CHARGE
CTRS
25. CONTRAST Key
RANGE RATE

BKLT
26. DECREMENT/SELECT Data Key
27. SELECT DATA UNIT MSB Key
28. SELECT DATA UNIT LSB Key
29. INCREMENT/SELECT Data Key
05804 30. ANT Connector
31. AUX OUT Connector 1
32. AUX OUT Connector 2
33. AUX OUT Connector 3
34. AUX OUT Connector 4
35. USB HOST Connector
36. USB DEVICE Connector
37. Altitude Encoder Connector
38. AUX IN Connector
39. RS-232 Connector
40. REMOTE Connector

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CONTROLS, CONNECTORS AND INDICATORS (cont)

ITEM DESCRIPTION

1. SYNC Connector
BNC type connector provides oscilloscope SYNC pulse for each interrogation.
2. VIDEO Connector
BNC type connector provides interrogation and reply pulses.
3. DC POWER Connector
Circular Type Connector (2.5 mm center, 5.5 mm outer diameter, center positive) used for battery
charging or operation of the IFR 6015.
4. RF I/O Connector
TNC Type connector used for direct connection to UUT antenna connector.
5. ANT Connector
TNC Type Connector used for connection to the IFR 6015 directional antenna for over the air
testing.
6. REMOTE Connector
Type HD DB44 Connector used for remote operation and software upgrades. Contains RS-232,
USB Host and USB Peripheral connections (altitude encoder inputs and SYNC outputs).
7. Display (LCD)
38 characters by 16 lines for main screen display with Soft Key boxes at the bottom of the
screen.
8. Multi-Function Soft Keys
Five Application dependent keys provide test specific information and movement between test
screens. The legends are displayed in boxes at the bottom of the Display.
9. XPDR MODE Select Key
Selects Transponder Auto Test Screen.
10. TCAS MODE Select Key
Selects TCAS Auto Test Screen.
11. TACAN MODE Select Key
Selects TACAN Test Screen.
12. SETUP Key
Displays the SETUP Menu.
13. FREQ Select Key
Selects DME Frequency as VOR Paired, TACAN Channel or MHz.
14. RF LVL Key
TACAN mode function only. Selects TACAN range reply and squitter RF level.
15. RATE INCREMENT Key
Increments TACAN or TCAS range rate.

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CONTROLS, CONNECTORS AND INDICATORS (cont)

ITEM DESCRIPTION

16. RANGE INCREMENT Key


Increments TACAN or TCAS range.
17. RATE DECREMENT Key
Decrements TACAN or TCAS range rate.
18. RANGE DECREMENT Key
Decrements TACAN or TCAS range.
19. BACKLIGHT Key
Displays/exits the Backlight Adjust Field.
20. POWER Key
Powers the IFR 6015 ON and OFF.
21. CHARGE Indicator
Illuminated when external DC power is applied for Bench Operation or Battery charging.
22. POWER Indicator
Illuminated when the IFR 6015 is operational.
23. INTERR Indicator
Illuminated when the IFR 6015 is generating an interrogation signal (XPDR Mode) or receives an
Interrogation (TCAS Mode) signal.
24. REPLY Indicator
Illuminated when the IFR 6015 receives a valid reply signal (XPDR Mode) or generates a reply
(TCAS Mode) signal.
25. CONTRAST Key
Displays/exits the Contrast Adjust Field.
26. DECREMENT SELECT Data Key
Decrements data in slewable fields, such as RF LVL. This Key also selects data in fields that
have fixed functions, such as ECHO and SQUITTER.
27. SELECT DATA UNIT MSB Key
Moves the slew cursor toward the MSB (Most Significant Bit) of the data field.
28. SELECT DATA UNIT LSB Key
This Key moves the slew cursor toward the LSB (Least Significant Bit) of the data field.
29. INCREMENT/SELECT Data Key
Increments data in slewable fields, such as RF LVL. This Key also selects data in fields that
have fixed functions, such as ECHO and SQUITTER.
30. ANT Connector
TNC Type Connector used for connection to the IFR 6015 for over the air testing.
31. AUX OUT Connector 1
ATCRBS interrogation trigger used for calibration.

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CONTROLS, CONNECTORS AND INDICATORS (cont)

ITEM DESCRIPTION

32. AUX OUT Connector 2


ATCRBS interrogation trigger used for calibration.
33. AUX OUT Connector 3
Not Used
34. AUX OUT Connector 4
Not Used
35. USB HOST Connector 4
USB Jump Drive interface for software update and test data dump (not active in first release).
36. USB DEVICE Connector
Remote Control Interface.
37. ALTITUDE ENCODER Connector
Interface for external encoding altimeter.
38. AUX IN Connector
Not Used
39. RS-232 Connector
Used for remote control interface, software update and test data dump.
40. REMOTE Connector
Used to interface with the IFR 6015.

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AUXILIARY EQ UIPMENT

DIRECTIONAL ANTENNA

The Directional Antenna may be used mounted directly on the IFR 6015, hand held or mounted on a
tripod.

Position Directional Antenna in direct sight of UUT antenna, avoiding close obstructions such as
gantries, ladders and tool chests etc.
Distance for testing top UUT antenna should be sufficient so UUT antenna is visible. Distance for
testing bottom UUT antenna should be close enough so that top UUT antenna is not visible. Supplied
Antenna Shield should be mounted on bottom UUT antenna to avoid unwanted replies.

C. LIN
E OF SIG
A. SETUP HEIGHT HT DIS
TANC
E
ANTENNA SHIELD

B. SETUP RANGE

TESTING TOP ANTENNA

WHEN DESELECTING, TERMINATING


OR SHIELDING TOP ANTENNA IS
NOT POSSIBLE OR PRACTICAL,
USE SETUP POSITION THAT HAS
AIRCRAFT BLOCKING LINE OF
A. C.
SIGHT TO TOP ANTENNA.
B.

TESTING BOTTOM ANTENNA


05818A

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AUXILIARY EQ UIPMENT (cont)

BREAKOUT BOX

The Breakout Box accessory provides access to individual user interfaces via standard connectors).
The IFR 6015 Remote Connector provides the main user signal interface for the Breakout Box.

The Breakout Box attaches to the IFR 6015 via a remote connector located on the top of the IFR 6015
and thumb screws on the back.

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SCREEN HIERARCHY
The XPDR AUTO TEST Screen always appears on Power-Up.

X PD R - A U T O T E ST P AS S BAT 2 .5 H r

CO N F IG : M K1 2 /S - M4 L EV EL =4
AN T E N N A : B O T T OM
R EPL IE S = 1, 2, 3 A, C , S F R E Q = 1 09 0 . 1 2 M H Z
T O P E R P =5 7 . 1 d B m MTL = - 74 . 0 d B m
BO T ER P = 5 6. 0 d B m MTL = - 73 . 1 d B m
3A C O D E = 1 23 4 C AL T = 3 50 0 0 ft
1 C OD E = 1 23 4 2 CO D E = 1 2 34
T A IL = N 1 23 45 D F 1 7 D ET EC T E D = NO
F L T ID = A A - 5 0 A A = A C 3 42 1 (5 3 03 2 04 1 )
F S= 5 –N O A L E R T S PI I N AI R
VS = I N A I R C O U N T R Y= U n i t ed St a t es

RUN TES T SE L E CT
T E ST L IST CON F I G A NT

The SETUP Menu allows the operator to set various parameters used in testing, configuration and
memory storage. Press the SETUP Key to display the XPDR Setup Screen, press again for the TACAN
Setup Screen, again for General Setup Screen.

S ET U P - XP D R BAT 2 .5 H r S ET U P –T AC A N BAT 2 .5 H r S ET U P – G EN E R A L BAT 2 .5 H r

A NT EN N A : B O T T O M R F P OR T : A N T E N N A R F PO R T : AN T EN N A PWR DO W N : 10 m in s
ANT RANG E : 10 ft
A N T R A N GE A N T H EI GH T E RP UNI TS : dBm U NI T S : M E T E RS
T OP : 5 0. 0 m 1 0 .0 m A NT G A I N ( d b I )
B OT T O M : 5 0. 0 m 0 .0 m I D EN T T O N E : A E R O 0 .9 6 GH z : 7 .5 R E M OT E O P E R A T I O N : R S2 3 2
D I R C A B L E L O SS : 1. 2 d B 1 .0 3 GH z : 7 .1
D IR CA B L E L O S S : 1 . 3 d B A N T G A I N ( d B i) ANT CABLE : 1 F T 1 .0 9 GH z : 6 .1
A NT C A B L E :6 F T 1. 03 G Hz : 7 . 1 A N T C A B L E L O S S : 0. 1 d B 1. 15 G H z : 5 . 0
A NT C A B L E L O S S : 1. 7 d B 1. 09 G Hz : 6 . 1 M A X R A N G E: 4 0 0. 0 0 n m 1 .2 2 G H z : 2 . 8
U UT A D D R E SS :A U T O T E ST M O D E : 5 - VA R I A B L E
M A N U A L A A: 1 2 34 5 6 PW R L I M : F A R 4 3 S YN C : M R B
DI V ER S IT Y T E ST : O N C H EC K C AP : Y E S

PR EV NEX T T ES T P REV N EX T P REV N EX T H /W


PA R A M P AR A M D I AG D A TA P A RA M P A RA M D I AG P A RA M P A RA M TO OL S IN F O

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SCREEN HIERARCHY (cont)

The XPDR AUTO TEST Screen is the opening screen. The screens are changed by pressing the XPDR
Mode Key or an application specific Soft Key.

Screen Organization

XPDR AUTO TEST

XPDR ALT ENCODER XPDR CONFIG XPDR TEST LIST

Selected Configuration Selected Test

The XPDR Auto Test Screen is the primary test screen. When a Mode S configuration is selected the
test list is displayed over two screens and ATCRBS configurations display the test list on one screen.

X PD R - A U T O T E ST P AS S BAT 2 .5 H r

CO N F IG : G E N ER I C M OD E S L EV EL =4
AN T E N N A : B O T T OM
R EPL IE S = 3A , C ,S F R E Q = 1 09 0 . 1 2 M H Z
T O P E R P =5 7 . 1 d B m MTL = - 74 . 0 d B m
BO T ER P = 5 6. 0 d B m MTL = - 73 . 1 d B m
3A C O D E = 1 23 4 C AL T = 3 50 0 0 ft
S C OD E = 12 3 4 S A L T = 35 0 00 ft
T A IL = N 1 23 45 D F 1 7 D ET EC T E D = NO
F L T ID = A A - 5 0 A A = A C 3 42 1 (5 3 03 2 04 1 )
F S= 5 –N O A L E R T S PI I N AI R
VS = I N A I R C O U N T R Y= U n i t ed St a t es

RUN TES T SE L E CT
T E ST L IST CON F I G A NT

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SCREEN HIERARCHY (cont)

Press the Test List Soft Key to access 17 additional XPDR Test Screens.

A/C Decoder/SLS Test Screen S All Call Test Screen

X PD R – 3A / C D E C D R / S L S PASS BAT 2 .5 H r X PD R – S A L L - C A L L PASS BAT 2 .5 H r

D EC OD E R I N N ER L OW 3 A =P A S S C = PA S S IT M RE PL Y
D EC OD E R I N N ER H IG H 3 A =P A S S C = PA S S DE LAY 3 A = 12 8. 0 8 u s C = 1 28 .0 7 u s
D EC OD E R O U T ER L OW 3 A =P A S S C = PA S S J I T T ER 3 A = 0. 51 0 u s C = 0 .5 10 u s
D EC OD E R O U T ER H IG H 3 A =P A S S C = PA S S A D D R E SS 3 A = 2A C 4 21 C = 2 A C 42 1
SL S 0 d B 3 A =P A S S C = PA S S RATI O 3 A = 10 0 % C = 1 00 %
SL S - 9 d B 3 A =P A S S C = PA S S -8 1 dBm 3A = 0 % C=0%

MO D E S A L L - C A L L = P A SS
3 A C O D E = 2 62 0 I D E N T X - PU L S E
A DD R E S S = 2 A C 42 1
A 4 A 2 A1 B 4 B 2 B 1 C 4 C 2 C 1 D 4 D2 D1 X
T A I L = N 12 34 5
C O U N T R Y= U n i t e d St a te s
C A L T = 10 0 0 00 f t
A4 A 2 A 1 B 4 B 2 B 1 C 4 C 2 C1 D4 D2
RUN PR EV NEX T RUN PR EV NEX T
T ES T T ES T T ES T RET URN T ES T T ES T T EST RET URN

A/C Spacing Width Test Screen S Reply Timing Test Screen

X PD R – 3A / C S PA C / WD T H F AI L BAT 2 .5 H r X PD R – S R PL Y T I M IN G F A IL BAT 2 .5 H r

F 1 W ID T H  3A = 0 .3 0 0 u s C = 0. 4 50 u s
F 2 W ID T H 3 A = 0 . 40 0 u s  C = 0. 6 00 u s  R E PL Y D EL A Y = 1 4 8. 05 u s
F 1- F 2 3 A= 2 0 .3 00 u s C = 2 0. 30 0 u s
 R E PL Y JI T T E R =0 . 95 0 u s
R EP L Y D EL A Y 3 A = 3. 0 5 u s  C =3 .5 5 u s
R EP L Y JI T T E R 3 A =0 . 25 0 u s C = 0 .0 0 0 u s PU L S E W ID T H= P A SS
R EP L Y R A T I O 3 A = 10 0 % C = 1 0 0%
- 81 d B m R EP L Y R A T IO 3 A = 0% C= 0 %  P U L SE SP A C IN G = F A I L

A T C R B S AL L - C A L L 3 A = PA S S C=PASS

P ULS E AMP V AR 3A=0. 0 dB C =0. 0 d B

RUN PR EV NEX T R UN PR EV NEX T


T ES T T ES T T ES T RET URN T ES T T ES T T EST R ET U R N

Power and Frequency Test Screen S Reply Test Screen

X PD R – PO WE R /F R E Q PASS BAT 2 .5 H r X PD R – S R EP L Y PASS BAT 2 .5 H r

T X F R E Q = 1 09 0 .1 2 M H z A N T EN N A : T O P
PU L S E A MP V A R SH R T = 0 .1 d B L N G= 0. 1 d B
T OP B OT T O M IN S T A N T
ME A SU R E D V IA D I R E CT A N T EN N A D I R E CT SL S ON = N O R EP L Y O F F = R EP L Y
MT L ( d B m )
ATCRBS - 73 .2 - 73 .1 - 73 . 2 SQT R DF 11 P ER I OD = 1 .0 0 s
DF 17 D E T EC T ED = YE S
3 A - C D IF F 0 .2 -0 . 1 0.0
ALL CALL - 73 .0 - 73 .2 - 73 . 2
R EP L Y R A T I O = 1 0 0 %
MO DE S - 73 .2 - 72 .9 - 73 . 2
R EP L Y R A T I O 8 1 d B m = 0%
I N V A L I D A A = P A SS
E RP ( dBm) 57 .1 57 .0 57 . 0
D IV ER S I T Y I S O L A T I ON = GR E A T ER T H A N 2 5 d B

RUN PR EV NEX T RUN PR EV NEX T


T ES T T ES T T ES T RET URN T ES T T ES T T EST RET URN

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SCREEN HIERARCHY (cont)

UF0 Test Screen UF11 Test Screen

X PD R – U F 11 P AS S BAT 2 .5 H r
X PD R - U F O P AS S BAT 2 .5 H r

DF =1 1
DF = 0 C A= 0 - L E VEL 2 CA M OD E
VS = 0 – I N AI R PI = 0 2F 0 8 D
CC = 0 – N OT S UP PO R T E D AA = A C 3 42 1 ( 53 0 32 0 41 )
SL = 0 – N O T CA S S EN S L EV EL R EP OR T E D II L OC K O U T T I M ER = 1 8S
RI = 12 – A IR S PE ED 30 1 T O 6 0 0 K N OT S II M A T C H = P A SS
SI L O C K O U T T IM ER = 1 8 S
SI M A T C H = PA S S
AC = 03 A 0 ( 01 6 40 ) 1 0 70 0 F T
MO D E C A L T C O MP A R E = P A SS
AA = A C 3 42 1 ( 53 0 32 0 41 )
DF 11 A D D R ES S C OM PA R E = PA S S

RUN PR EV NEX T
R UN PR EV NEX T T ES T T ES T T EST RET URN
T ES T T ES T T EST R ET U R N

UF16 Test Screen


UF4 Test Screen
X PD R – U F 16 P AS S BAT 2 .5 H r
X PD R – UF 4 P AS S BAT 2 .5 H r

DF =1 6
DF = 4 VS =0 – IN A IR
FS = 3 - AL ER T NO S P I O N G R OU N D SL = 0
DR = 0 – N O D O WN L I N K R EQ U ES T R I = 0 – NO O N – B O A R D T C A S
UM = 0 - ( ID S = 0 ) ( I I S = 0) MV = 30 0 10 0 00 0 00 0 00

AC = 0 3 A0 ( 0 16 4 0) 10 7 00 f t
AC = 03 A 0 ( 01 6 40 ) 1 0 70 0 F T MO D E C A L T C O MP A R E= P A SS
MO D E C A L T C O MP A R E = P A SS AA = A C 3 42 1 ( 53 0 32 0 41 )
AA = A C 3 42 1 ( 53 0 32 0 41 ) DF 11 A D D R ES S C OM PA R E = PA S S
DF 11 A D D R ES S C OM PA R E = PA S S

R UN PR EV NEX T
R UN PR EV NEX T T ES T T ES T T EST R ET U R N
T ES T T ES T T EST R ET U R N

UF20 Test Screen


UF5 Test Screen
X PD R – U F 20 P AS S BAT 2 .5 H r
X PD R – U F 5 P AS S BAT 2 .5 H r

DF =2 0
DF =5 F S= 3- AL ER T N O S PI O N GR O U N D
F S= 0- NO A L E R T N O S PI I N AI R DR = 0 - N O D OW N L I N K R EQU ES T
DR = 0 - N O D O W N L IN K R EQ UE ST UM = 0 ( ID S =0 ) ( II S = 0 )
UM = 0 - ( ID S = 0 ) ( I IS = 0) MB = 3 00 1 00 0 00 0 00 0 0

AC = 0 3 A0 ( 0 16 4 0) 10 7 00 f t
ID = 02 0 A ( 01 0 12 ) O C T A L I D 2 6 00 MO D E C A L T C O MP A R E= P A SS
MO D E 3 A ID C O MP A R E= P A SS AA = A C 3 42 1 ( 53 0 32 0 41 )
AA = A C 3 42 1 ( 53 0 32 0 41 ) DF 11 A D D R ES S C OM PA R E = PA S S
DF 11 A D D R ES S C O M PA R E = PA S S

R UN PR EV NEX T
RUN PR EV NEX T T ES T T ES T T EST R ET U R N
T ES T T ES T T EST RET URN

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SCREEN HIERARCHY (cont)

UF21 Test Screen Elementary Surveillance 2 Test Screen

X PD R – U F 21 P AS S BAT 2 .5 H r X PD R – EL E M EN T SU R V 2 PASS BAT 2 .5 H r

B D S= 1 ,7 :0 , 5 :0 , 6 :0 , 7 : 0 ,8 :0 , 9
DF =2 1 : 0 ,A : 2, 0 : 2 , 1 : 4 , 0 : 4 , 1 : 4 ,2 : 4 , 3
F S= 3- AL ER T N O S PI O N GR O U N D : 4 ,4 : 4 , 5 : 4 , 8 : 5 ,0 : 5, 1 : 5 , 2 : 5 , 3
DR = 0 - N O D OW N L I N K R EQU ES T :5 ,4 :5 , 5 : 5 , 6 : 5 ,F :6 , 0
UM = 0 ( ID S =0 ) ( II S = 0 ) BD S 1,8=00000000000000
MB = 3 00 1 00 0 00 0 00 0 0 BD S 1,9=00000000000000
B D S 1 , A = 0 00 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
B D S 1 , B = 0 00 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
ID = 03 A 0 ( 01 6 40 ) O C T A L ID 6 1 40
B D S 1 , C = 0 00 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
MO D E 3 A I D C OM PA R E = PA S S
AA = A C 3 42 1 ( 53 0 32 0 41 ) B D S= 2 , 0 F L I G HT I D = U A 6 61
B D S= 3 , 0 A RA =1 1 10 1 01 0 00 0 00 0 R A C = 10 1 0
DF 11 A D D R ES S C OM PA R E = PA S S
RA T= 0

R UN PR EV NEX T RUN PR EV NEX T


T ES T T ES T T EST R ET U R N T ES T T ES T T EST RET URN

UF24 Test Screen Enhanced Surveillance Test Screen


X PD R – U F 24 P AS S BAT 2 .5 H r
X PD R – EN H A N C ED S UR V PASS BAT 2 .5 H r

RE S ER V AT ION UF 4 B D S4 ,0 M CP / F CU S EL AL T =6 5 5 20 f t
DF= 2 0 II S= 1 5 ID S = 2 A A = A C 34 2 1 B AR O P R ES S ET =
B D S5 ,0 R O L L A N GL E = 4 0 . 1 d eg
T R U E T R A C K A N GL E= 9 0. 3 d e g
SE GM EN T S UF2 4 GR OU N D SP EE D = 5 1 2 k ts
DF= 2 4 K E= 1 ND=0 T A S= F F F F T R A C K A N GL E R AT E= 4. 0 0 d e g /s
A A = A C 3 42 1 T R U E A I R SP EE D = 5 12 k t s
B D S6 ,0 M AG N ET I C H E A D IN G = 1 80 . 3 d eg
CL OSE OU T UF 4 IN D AI R S P EE D = 5 1 2 k ts
DF= 2 0 I IS = 15 I D S= 2 A A = A C 34 2 1 M AC H N O = 0 .3 00
IN E R T V ER T VE L =- 1 4 00 f t / m in
B AR O A L T R A T E =- 1 4 00 f t / m i n
R UN PR EV NEX T
T ES T T ES T T EST R ET U R N RUN PR EV NEX T
T ES T T ES T T EST RET URN

Elementary Surveillance 1 Test Screen

X PD R – EL E M EN T SU R V 1 PASS BAT 2 .5 H r

B D S= 1 , 0 SU B N ET WO R K VE R =1
E N H PR O T IN D =LV L 2 -4
S PE C SE R V C A P = YE S
U E L M C A PA B I L IT Y =1 6 /1 s
D E L M C A PA B I L IT Y = 16 /5 0 0 m s
A I R C RA F T ID C A P = YE S
S U R V ID E N T C A P = YE S
C O MM U SE G I C B RE P= 1
DTE = YE S
C O NT F L A G = Y ES
S QU IT T ER C A P = YE S

RUN PR EV NEX T
T ES T T ES T T EST RET URN

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SEL F T EST
The IFR 6015 is equipped with a Self Test for quick performance evaluation. An abbreviated Self Test
is run at Power-Up. The full Self Test is initiated manually.

Press the POWER Key on the IFR 6015 to display the Startup Screen.

After several seconds, the XPDR AUTO TEST Screen is displayed.

X PD R - A U T O T E ST P AS S BAT 2 .5 H r

CO N F IG : G E N ER I C M OD E S L EV EL =4
AN T E N N A : B O T T OM
R EPL IE S = 1, 2, 3 A, C , S F R E Q = 1 09 0 . 1 2 M H Z
T O P E R P =5 7 . 1 d B m MTL = - 74 . 0 d B m
BO T ER P = 5 6. 0 d B m MTL = - 73 . 1 d B m
3A C O D E = 1 23 4 C AL T = 3 50 0 0 ft
1 C OD E = 1 23 4 2 CO D E = 1 2 34
T A IL = N 1 23 45 D F 1 7 D ET EC T E D = NO
F L T ID = A A - 5 0 A A = A C 3 42 1 (5 3 03 2 04 1 )
F S= 5 –N O A L E R T S PI I N AI R
VS = I N A I R C O U N T R Y= U n i t ed St a t es

RUN TES T SE L E CT
T E ST L IST CON F I G A NT

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SELF TEST (cont)


RUN SELF TEST
Press SETUP Key to display the Setup Menu.

S ET U P – G EN E R A L BAT 2 .5 H r

PWR DO W N : 10 m in s

E RP UNI TS : dBm U NI T S : M E T E RS

R E M OT E O P ER A T I ON : R S2 3 2

P R EV N EX T H /W
P A RA M P A RA M TO OLS INF O

Press H/W TOOLS Soft Key to display the Hardware Tools Screen.

S ET U P – H A R D W A R E T O O L S BAT 2 .5 H r

S /N 1 0 30 0 99 9 9

M U L T I - F U N C T IO N B O AR D R EV 0
R F B O A R D R EV 1 .0 0
CP U BO ARD RE V 0
AMBIENT TEMPERATURE = 78F 26C
RF BLOCK TEMPERATURE = 78F 26C

SE L F
R S2 32 TE S T C AL RET URN

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SELF TEST (cont)


Press SELF TEST Soft Key to display the Self Test Screen.

S ET U P – S EL F T E ST BAT 2 .5 H r

CF RAM _ P PC C OM _
CF FL _ P PC R A M _
CF CP LD _ P PC F L _
N VR B AT _ P PC R M T _
U SB _ K E YP A D _
F PG A _ BAT _
C F PP C F L _ RF LO _
RTC _ R F L OO P _
EE PR O M _ R F VI D EO _

D I S C ON N E CT A L L C A B L ES B E F O R E R U N N I NG

RUN D UMP
TE S T IN F O RET URN

Press RUN TEST Soft Key to initiate the Self Test.

Verify that all the modules/assemblies pass the Self Test. If the Self Test indicates a failure, contact
Aeroflex for additional information.

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FOR QUALIFIED SERVICE


PERSONNEL ONLY

BATTERY/FUSE INSTRUCTIONS

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SAFETY FIRST: TO ALL SERVICE PERSO NNEL


REFER ALL SERVICING OF UNIT TO QUALIFIED TECHNICAL PERSONNEL.
WARNING: USING THIS EQUIPMENT IN A MANNER NOT SPECIFIED BY THE ACCOMPANYING
DOCUMENTATION MAY IMPAIR THE SAFETY PROTECTION PROVIDED BY THE
EQUIPMENT.
CASE, COVER OR PANEL REMOVAL
Opening the Case Assembly exposes the technician to electrical hazards that can result in electrical
shock or equipment damage.
SAFETY IDENTIFICATION IN TECHNICAL MANUAL
This manual uses the following terms to draw attention to possible safety hazards, that may exist when
operating or servicing this equipment.
CAUTION: THIS TERM IDENTIFIES CONDITIONS OR ACTIVITIES THAT, IF IGNORED, CAN RESULT
IN EQUIPMENT OR PROPERTY DAMAGE (E.G., FIRE).
WARNING: THIS TERM IDENTIFIES CONDITIONS OR ACTIVITIES THAT, IF IGNORED, CAN RESULT
IN PERSONAL INJURY OR DEATH.
SAFETY SYMBOLS IN MANUALS AND ON UNITS

CAUTION: Refer to accompanying documents. (This symbol refers to specific CAUTIONS


represented on the unit and clarified in the text.)

AC OR DC TERMINAL: Terminal that may supply or be supplied with ac or dc voltage.

DC TERMINAL: Terminal that may supply or be supplied with dc voltage.

AC TERMINAL: Terminal that may supply or be supplied with ac or alternating voltage.

EQUIPMENT GROUNDING PRECAUTION


Improper grounding of equipment can result in electrical shock.
USE OF PROBES
Check specifications for the maximum voltage, current and power ratings of any connector on the IFR
6015 before connecting it with a probe from a terminal device. Be sure the terminal device performs
within these specifications before using it for measurement, to prevent electrical shock or damage to
the equipment.
POWER CORDS
Power cords must not be frayed, broken nor expose bare wiring when operating this equipment.
USE RECOMMENDED FUSES ONLY
Use only fuses specifically recommended for the equipment at the specified current and voltage ratings.

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SAFETY FIRST: TO ALL SERVICE PERSO NNEL (cont)


WARNING: THE IFR 6015 USES A LITHIUM ION BATTERY PACK. THE FOLLOWING WARNINGS
CONCERNING LITHIUM ION BATTERIES MUST BE HEEDED:
● DO NOT RECHARGE OUTSIDE THE IFR 6015.
● DO NOT CRUSH, INCINERATE OR DISPOSE OF IN NORMAL WASTE.
● DO NOT SHORT CIRCUIT OR FORCE DISCHARGE AS THIS MIGHT CAUSE THE
BATTERY TO VENT, OVERHEAT OR EXPLODE.
CAUTION: INTEGRATED CIRCUITS AND SOLID STATE DEVICES SUCH AS MOS FETS, ESPECIALLY
CMOS TYPES, ARE SUSCEPTIBLE TO DAMAGE BY ELECTROSTATIC DISCHARGES
RECEIVED FROM IMPROPER HANDLING, THE USE OF UNGROUNDED TOOLS AND
IMPROPER STORAGE AND PACKAGING. ANY MAINTENANCE TO THIS UNIT MUST BE
PERFORMED WITH THE FOLLOWING PRECAUTIONS:
● BEFORE USE IN A CIRCUIT, KEEP ALL LEADS SHORTED TOGETHER EITHER BY THE
USE OF VENDOR-SUPPLIED SHORTING SPRINGS OR BY INSERTING LEADS INTO A
CONDUCTIVE MATERIAL.
● WHEN REMOVING DEVICES FROM THEIR CONTAINERS, GROUND THE HAND BEING
USED WITH A CONDUCTIVE WRISTBAND.
● TIPS OF SOLDERING IRONS AND/OR ANY TOOLS USED MUST BE GROUNDED.
● DEVICES MUST NEVER BE INSERTED INTO NOR REMOVED FROM CIRCUITS WITH
POWER ON.
● PC BOARDS, WHEN TAKEN OUT OF THE SET, MUST BE LAID ON A GROUNDED
CONDUCTIVE MAT OR STORED IN A CONDUCTIVE STORAGE BAG. REMOVE ANY
BUILT-IN POWER SOURCE, SUCH AS A BATTERY, BEFORE LAYING PC BOARDS ON
A CONDUCTIVE MAT OR STORING IN A CONDUCTIVE BAG.
● PC BOARDS, IF BEING SHIPPED TO THE FACTORY FOR REPAIR, MUST BE
PACKAGED IN A CONDUCTIVE BAG AND PLACED IN A WELL-CUSHIONED SHIPPING
CONTAINER.

CAUTION

THIS EQUIPMENT CONTAINS PARTS


SENSITIVE TO DAMAGE
BY ELECTROSTATIC DISCHARGE (ESD)

CAUTION: SIGNAL GENERATORS CAN BE A SOURCE OF ELECTROMAGNETIC INTERFERENCE


(EMI) TO COMMUNICATION RECEIVERS. SOME TRANSMITTED SIGNALS CAN CAUSE
DISRUPTION AND INTERFERENCE TO COMMUNICATION SERVICES OUT TO A
DISTANCE OF SEVERAL MILES. USERS OF THIS EQUIPMENT SHOULD SCRUTINIZE
ANY OPERATION THAT RESULTS IN RADIATION OF A SIGNAL (DIRECTLY OR
INDIRECTLY) AND ENSURE COMPLIANCE WITH INSTRUCTIONS IN FAA CIRCULAR
AC 170-6C, DATED FEBRUARY 19, 1981.

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F U S E R E P L A C E ME N T
STEP PROCEDURE
1. Verify the IFR 6015 is OFF and not connected to AC power.
2. Fully loosen two captive screws in the two lower bumpers and remove the bumpers.
3. Fully loosen five captive screws and lift the Battery Cover from the Case Assembly.
4. Replace fuse:
5 A, 32 Vdc, Type F
(Mini Blade Fuse)
( A e r o f l e x P N: 5 1 0 6 - 0 0 0 0 - 0 5 7 )

CAUTION: FOR CONTINUOUS PROTECTION AGAINST FIRE, REPLACE ONLY WITH FUSES
OF THE SPECIFIED VOLTAGE AND CURRENT RATINGS.

5. Install the Battery Cover on the Case Assembly and tighten the five captive screws (8 in/lbs.).
6. Install the two lower bumpers and tighten the two captive screws in each bumper (8 in/lbs.).

BUMPER

WIRE HARNESS

CAPTIVE SCREWS
(ONE ON EACH SIDE)

BATTERY COVER

BUMPER

CAPTIVE SCREWS
(5 EA) FUSE
BATTERY CAPTIVE SCREWS
(ONE ON EACH SIDE)
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BATTERY REPLACEMENT
STEP PROCEDURE
1. Verify the IFR 6015 is OFF and not connected to AC power.
2. Fully loosen two captive screws in the two lower bumpers and remove the bumpers.
3. Fully loosen five captive screws and lift the Battery Cover from the Case Assembly.
4. Disconnect the wire harness connecting the battery to the IFR 6015 and remove the battery.
5. Install new battery and reconnect the wire harness.
6. Install the Battery Cover on the Case Assembly and tighten the five captive screws (8 in/lbs.).
7. Install the two lower bumpers and tighten the two captive screws in each bumper (8 in/lbs.).
WARNING: DISPOSE OF OLD BATTERY ACCORDING TO LOCAL STANDARD SAFETY
PROCEDURES.

CAUTION: REPLACE ONLY WITH THE BATTERY SPECIFIED BY AEROFLEX. DO NOT


ATTEMPT TO INSTALL A NON-RECHARGEABLE BATTERY.

BUMPER

WIRE HARNESS

CAPTIVE SCREWS
(ONE ON EACH SIDE)

BATTERY COVER

BUMPER

CAPTIVE SCREWS
(5 EA) FUSE
BATTERY CAPTIVE SCREWS
(ONE ON EACH SIDE)
05805

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performance and suitability, none of which shall form par t of any
contract. We reser ve the right to make design changes without notice.

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