TM OPERATOR’S RECEIVER-TRANSMITTER (RT) (RT- Series) · RT Model Differences (Distinguishing Features)* · Figure The RT series of radio sets have been designed to survive the You should read the Operator’s Manual TM and be. Receiver-Transmitter (RT) (RTE). Figure Vehicular Radio Components TM Figure SINCGARS Radio Components
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It has a strong pungent odor. Both types of batteries contain pure Lithium which reacts violently with water. DO NOT heat, incinerate, short circuit, puncture, mutilate or attempt to disassemble any battery. DO NOT USE any battery which shows signs of damage, such as bulging, swelling, disfigurement, leaking or staining inside the plastic packaging.
Keep all batteries in their original packaging until ready for use. No external test set exists that provides a reliable result. DO NOT store batteries in unused equipment for more than 30 days.
If a battery compartment becomes hot to the touch, if it hisses or makes a burping sound, or if you smell irritating pungent Sulfur Dioxide gas: If the equipment again becomes hot to the touch, go through 1523w above steps but do not install new batteries.
Turn in the equipment for ttm. DO Tmm place Lithium batteries in ordinary trash; turn them in for disposal in accordance with local regulations.
DO NOT store Lithium batteries with other hazardous materials and keep them away from open flame or heat. This is an extremely intense fire frequently characterized by a bright red flame. Carbon Dioxide or dry chemical fire extinguishers are effective in fighting fires of other combustibles and in keeping the batteries cool when exposed to fires in the vicinity.
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Sprinklers are recommended for storage areas to douse fires of other combustible materials and to keep batteries cool. This will only increase the intensity of the fire. Class D fire extinguishers are to be used only by professional fire fighters.
DO NOT leave batteries in equipment for long term storage more than 30 days. Tn batteries in long term storage at least annually, and charge them before inserting in equipment.
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Before opening original packaging always examine the package for signs of leakage, staining or other indications of battery damage. DO NOT use a damaged battery. Always charge a rechargeable battery on the appropriate hm according to the dictates of the manufacturer.
NEVER disassemble, heat, burn, or incinerate these or any batteries. CO2 or Dry Chemical fire extinguishers are suggested for fires involving these batteries.
Turn in batteries for disposal. Dispose of them in accordance with local regulations. This is corrosive and will burn the skin. If it comes in contact with the skin, wash thoroughly with soap and water. If it comes in contact with the hm, flush with copious amounts of water and seek immediate medical attention. If you must full extend the long antenna near power lines, power line poles or towers, or buildings with overhead power line connections, never come closer than two 1523w the antenna height from the base of the power line, pole tower, or building.
Stop before you get close to the power line and check for clearance before passing. If needed, either carefully tie down the antenna or remove the antenna to make sure that you can safely pass under the power line. When mission permits, use the short antenna during operations on the move. If you must use the long antenna on the move, never pass under power lines if there is any doubt about overhead clearance.
When mobile, never pass under power lines if there is any doubt about overhead clearance. If you are not sure that an antenna on your vehicle will clear a power line, stop before you get close to the power line and either carefully tie down the antenna or, if necessary, remove the antenna to make sure that you can safely drive under the power line.
During cross-country operations, do not allow anyone to stick an arm, leg, or weapon over the sides of the vehicle. If your antenna accidentally touches mt power line, individuals who are in contact with vegetation or the ground could suffer death or sever injury. The HUB battery is 6. Therefore, be sure you know which battery goes where.
To avoid damage, turn the sleeve only, not the antenna. Turning the antenna can destroy the antenna connector in the RT. Remove old pages and insert new pages as indicated below. New or changed material is indicated by a vertical bar in the margin of the page.
Added or revised illustrations and tables gm indicated by a vertical bar adjacent to the caption. File this change sheet in front of the publication for reference purposes.
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By Order of the Secretary of the Army: To be distributed in accordance with the initial distribution number IDN requirements for TM The portion of the text affected by the changes is indicated by a vertical line in the outer margins of the page. Changes to illustrations are indicated by miniature pointing hands or a vertical bar at the end of the title. Dates of issue for original and changed pages are: Chapter 6 thru If you find any mistakes or if you know of a way to improve the procedures, please let us 1523f.
You may also send in your recommended changes via electronic mail or by fax. Some specific subjects addressed are single channel communications, frequency hopping nets, use of Julian Date and GPS Zulu time, net openings and late net entry methods, updating procedures, retransmission operations, use of antennas, remote control operations, and frequency management.
Abbreviations are identified with their complete meaning 15233e first use, and are listed alphabetically in Appendix D along with their definitions. Reports of Maintenance and Unsatisfactory Equipment Change TM 1. Send us an EIR. You, the user, are the only one who can tell us what you don’t like about your equipment. Let us know why you don’t like the tk or performance. We’ll mt you a reply. Remove all batteries from equipment prior to storage or shipment.
Configuration information for Manpack and Vehicular systems is provided in Chapter 1532e. Manpack Radio Physical Data Manpack Radio Performance Data BA Estimated Battery Life Vehicular Radio Physical Data Vehicular Radio Performance Data Provides data rates of, and 16, bits per second bps. See Chapter 8 for additional data regarding 1523ee life expectancy of manpack batteries. Control knobs are affixed with side-positioned Allen screws.
RT cover is affixed with slot-headed screws. Last two digits of net ID may be changed 1532e operator. Control knobs are affixed with top-positioned Phillips screws. RT cover is affixed 15523e Phillips screws.
All three digits of net ID may be changed by operator. RT will accept ERF if sync time is less than days different from net sync time. RT cover is affixed with Phillips-headed screws. New keypad with SIP features. Control knobs are affixed with side-positioned Phillips screws.
Reduced size and weight. Enhanced display Backlight level selectable. Only one front panel switch.
Spare slots for future enhancements. The advantages of these enhanced data rates are better accuracy, 1523 speed, longer range, and improved forward error correction.
New Data Modes Two new data modes are also provided: Each is explained below. RT is the normal employment of the RT as a receivertransmitter. This feature is not currently used.
Also, your position SA is transmitted to the net as follows: Sends your position with each message. Sends your position with each message or periodically if tj transmission has not occurred. Sends your position with each message or if the RT has moved a minimum distance since the last transmission.
Multiple presses will scroll MENU. Change 1 TM 2.