no matter how many fire pulses are applied thereafter. If a given
fire pulse is present during such removal, the output shall switch
to the logic "O" level coincident with the trailing edge (closing of
switch S1) of that same fire pulse.
(2) With terminal F grounded (at time of reset), the output shall switch
to the logic "0" level coincident with the trailing edge of the sixth
pulse (counted from time of reset) applied at terminal A. If ground
is removed before the sixth fire pulse is applied, the output shall
switch to the logic "O" level on removal of the ground if no fire pulse
is present, and shall be coincident with the trailing edge of the fire
pulse if such pulse is present.
(3) With terminals F and H both ungrounded (at the time of reset), the
output shall switch to the "O" level coincident with the trailing edge
of the first fire pulse applied at terminal A.
(4) After switching to the "0" level, the output shall remain at that level
until a reset pulse is applied (at terminal B).
Right Output - (Terminal R) The right output shall operate the same as
the left output, with the following analogy between the right and left input parameters:
The reset input (switch S2 - terminal B) is common to both
right and left sides.
Detail Requirements - Station transfer assembly 65A132F7 shall meet
the following requirements:
Function - The station transfer assembly provides release of stores
from highest priority first, then automatically changes to the next lower priority
station(s) and continues releasing stores from a left then corresponding right station until
the selected number of stores have been released.
Form Factor- The station transfer assembly shall conform to the
dimensions shown in figure 2.