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MBA-81359(AS)
Priority of Release - The system herein described shall generate release
3.4.3
originals, as described in 3.4.1 in a priority manner as follows:
(1) Outboard stations shall have priority over inboard stations. As long
as an outboard station is selected and contains stores, it shall re-
ceive the release signals before any more inboard selected stations,
regardless of its port of starboard location.
(2) Opposite wing stations of equal outboard to inboard priority shall
receive release signals alternately in step singles until one of the
stations is depleted. At this time the release pulses will be directed
to the other station and continue until that station is depleted. Then
priority reverts inboard in the same manner.
For maximum configuration the station priority shall be as follows:
Station (Port and Starboard)
Priority
1
1 and 8
2 and 7
2
3 and 6
3
4 and 5
4
Center
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3.4.4
Quantity Select - The number of release output pulses generated by the
system shall be pilot controlled. The pilot when desiring a drop of any amount of stores,
shall be able to select the exact amount of from 2 to 40 output pulses to be generated in
amounts limited to the following:
(1) 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 (steps of one)
(2) 8, 12, 16, 20 (steps of four)
(3) 30, 40 (steps of ten)
When in the singles mode, one store will be depleted for each output pulse. In the pairs
mode, two stores will be depleted for each output pulse. In the salvo mode, the number of
stores depleted for each output pulse will be equal to the number of loaded stores stations
selected.
3.4.5
Rate of Release - The interval between successive release output pulses
in the ripple mode shall be pilot controlled and continuously variable between 20 and 2,000
milliseconds. The output pulse interval shall be within 5 percent of the control setting for
standard conditions and 10 percent for extreme conditions. In the step mode, each release
pulse is initiated by a depression of the weapon release button.
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