The equipment shall withstand the forces applied dynamically for 0.1
second. Scientific computation and analysis may be submitted by the
contractor to verify compliance to the above requirements in lieu of
3.15.2 Altitude. The performance of the power supply shall not
be affected by the effects of reduced pressure resulting from air
transport at altitudes up to 15000 feet. There shall be no damage to
any component and leakage shall not exceed that specified in 3.4.5.
3.16 Identification of product. An engraved, or etched, metal
or plastic product identification nameplate as specified on the
applicable drawing shall be permanently attached to the front of the
case assembly. The serial number of the distributor box shall be
engraved or etched into the front of the distribution panel to agree
with that on the product identification plate.
3.17 Technical manual. The contractor shall provide one copy of
TM9-4933-211-14 (furnished as Government Furnished Property) with each
The TM shall be stored in the Cover Assembly,
complete power supply.
3.18 Controls and operational characteristics.
3.18.1 Preparation for operation.
Hydraulic system. Prior to operation, the power supply
shall be cleaned and flushed in accordance with Drawing
11011289. The hydraulic reservoir shall be filled with
fluid conforming-to MIL-H-50606 as indicated on the
reservoir level gage. Connect the supply port and
corresponding hose assembly to the pressure side of a
simulated load. Connect the return port and its
associated hose to the return side of the simulated
AC power supply connection. Connect the AC power supply
cable to a 220/240 volt AC, 3 phase, 50/60 HZ, 7.5 KVA
power source. .
Distribution box connection. Interconnect the
distribution box to the power supply as specified below.
(1) Connect the DC power supply cable to connector J105
of the distribution box.
(2) Connect the battery cable to connector J104 of the