ASSEMBLY AND PREPARATION FOR
ment has been damaged, report the dam-
age on SF 364 in accordance with
instructions in AR 735-11-2.
When received, SSLTS is packaged in two cor-
rugated cardboard cartons. The cable case assembly
Check the equipment against the compo-
carton is 78.74 cm (31 inches) long by 58.42 cm (23
nent listing and the packing slip to see if
inches) wide by 33.02 cm (13 inches) deep. The vol-
the shipment is complete. Report all dis-
ume of the carton is 0.16 cubic meters (5.4 cubic feet).
crepancies per instructions of DA Pam
The total weight of the carton when packed for ship-
738-750. The equipment should be
ment is about 24.3 kg (54 pounds). The test set carton
placed in service even though a minor
is 68.58 cm (27 inches) long by 55.88 cm (22 inches)
assembly or part that does not affect
wide by 48.26 cm (19 inches) deep. The volume of
proper functioning is missing.
the carton is 0.19 cubic meters (6.5 cubic feet). The
Check to see whether the equipment has
total weight of the carton when packed for shipment is
been modified. (Equipment that has been
about 26.5 kg (59 pounds). A typical shipping carton
modified will have the MWO number on
and contents are shown in Figure 22.
the front panel, near the nomenclature
plate.) Check also to see whether all cur-
rently applicable MWOs have been
applied. (Current MWOs applicable to
(1) Cut or remove gummed tape from top of
the equipment are listed in DA Pam
carton, and open top of carton.
(2) Remove polyethylene cushioning mate-
rial from top of carton.
Test set, stabilization system will operate in the heli-
(3) Lift carrying case from carton and
copter environment by connecting the test set to the
remove remaining polyethylene cushion-
SAS/FPS computer, either or both stabilator amplifi-
ers, and/or the SAS amplifier. Follow the instructions
Checking Unpacked Equipment.
TM 11-1520-237-23 or
To open the test set, release air pressure
LOCALLY MADE TEST CABLE.
by opening the air release valve.
Locally make test set cable for operational checkout.
Instructions for manufacture of locally made test cable
(1) Inspect the equipment for damage
are listed in Appendix D.
caused during shipment. If the equip-