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Torpedo Beacon Light (for Torpedo Mark 37 Mods 0,2 and 3)
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Conflicting requirements



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MIL-T-23824A(OS)
DRAWINGS
Naval Ordnance Systems Command
NAVORD LD 620156
Shipping (Packing) Condition
NAVORD Dwg 695202
Torpedo Beacon Light Outline Drawing
(Copies of specifications, standards, and drawings required by the con-
tractors in connection with specific procurement functions should be
obtained from the procuring activity or as directed by the contracting
officer.)
2.2 Other Publications.  The following documents form a part of this
specification to the extent specified herein.  Unless otherwise indicated,
the issue in effect on date of invitation for bids or request for propo-
sal shall apply.
National Bureau of Standards Publication
Handbook H28
Screw Thread Standards for the
Federal Services
(Application for copies should be addressed to the Superintendent of
Documents, Government Printing Office, Washington, D. C. 20402.)
3.1 Description.  The torpedo beacon light consists of two main
assemblies:  a power pack and a flashhead.
3.1.1 Power pack. The power pack is cylindrically shaped, measuring
10-3/8 inches long and 4 inches in diameter, and is designed for interior
mounting at the lower center of the exercise section of Exercise Head Mk
64 Mod O.  Functionally, the power pack increases the 30 vdc input, from
the torpedo battery, to a sufficient voltage to operate the flashtube of
the flashhead assembly.
3.1.2 Flashhead.  Components of the flashhead are assembled within a
housing designed for installation in the handhole cover opening of the
torpedo exercise section.  When activated at the end of an exercise run,
the beacon light flashes on and off at l-second intervals. The flash-
ing light is visible, from a small recovery craft, at a range of approx-
imately 6000 yards.
3.2 General requirements
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