SERVICE UPON RECEIPT AND INSTALLATION
Section I. SITE AND SHELTER REQUIREMENTS
d. The location should be outside of any heavy
traffic area where movement of large objects or
The installation site for the audible alarm unit is
equipment could result in accidental damage.
important in obtaining proper operation of the over-all
system. The unit can be installed on practically any
vertical surface that provides sufficient strength and
e. The unit should be positioned in the direction
composition to support the total weight when the battery
that will provide the desired sound coverage when the
is installed. When the installation site is being selected,
alarm is activated.
the following considerations should be exercised.
a. The location should allow, if possible, the most
convenient routing of interconnecting wiring with the
Although the audible alarm unit is designed for outdoor
usage and will function throughout extreme weather
conditions, it is recommended that it be provided with
b. The location should provide easy access for
any degree of shelter that might be available at its
authorized operating and maintenance personnel.
Also, depending on the local weather
characteristics, the sound port should be positioned to
c. The location should not allow accessibility to
from blowing rain, dust, or a mass of ice. Unless the
unit is completely and adequately sheltered, it should be
located at a sufficient height to prevent its operation
being impaired by high waters or heavy, drifting snows.
Section II. SERVICE UPON RECEIPT OF MATERIEL
b. Check the equipment against the packing slip to
There are no special instructions for unpacking the
see if the shipment is complete.
audible alarm unit from the shipping carton. It is only
necessary to observe the usual precautions and
equipment should be placed in service even though a
requirements associated with handling of precision
minor assembly or part that does not affect proper
electronic equipment. The emergency power battery is
functioning is missing.
packaged separately. It should be removed from its
c. Check to see whether the equipment has been
shipping container and fully charged and tested prior to
installation in The Audible Alarm. Battery charging and
modified. (Equipment which has been modified will
testing instructions are given in chapter 5. Batteries
have the MWO number on the top cover.) Check also to
placed in storage must be periodically recharged as
see whether all currently applicable MWO's have been
directed in chapter 5.
applied. (Current MWO's applicable to the equipment
are listed in USASA PAM 310-6 or DA PAM 310-7 as
Checking Unpacked Equipment
a. Inspect the equipment for damage incurred
during shipment. If the equipment has been damaged,
Section III. INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
Tools, Test Equipment, and Materials
The following installation procedure
must be made with assistance of direct
Table 2-1 lists all tools and equipment required for in-
stalling the audible alarm.
No special installation
tools or equipment are required. Four Y4-inch bolts are
required to mount the outer enclosure securely to the
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