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TM 11-5826-302-12

TECHNICAL MANUAL

OPERATOR’S AND AVIATION UNIT
MAINTENANCE MANUAL

INTEGRATED INERTIAL NAVIGATION
SYSTEM AN/ASN-132 (V)

(PART NO. 751500-1)

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HEADQUARTERS, DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY
1 DECEMBER 1987

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SAFETY STEPS TO FOLLOW IF SOMEONE
IS THE VICTIM OF ELECTRICAL SHOCK

DO NOT TRY TO PULL OR GRAB THE INDIVIDUAL
IF POSSIBLE, TURN OFF THE ELECTRICAL POWER
IF YOU CANNOT TURN OFF THE ELECTRICAL
POWER, PULL, PUSH, OR LIFT THE PERSON TO
SAFETY USING A DRY WOODEN POLE OR A DRY
ROPE OR SOME OTHER INSULATING MATERIAL

SEND FOR HELP AS SOON AS POSSIBLE

AFTER THE INJURED PERSON IS FREE OF
CONTACT WITH THE SOURCE OF ELECTRICAL
SHOCK, MOVE THE PERSON A SHORT DISTANCE
AWAY AND IMMEDIATELY START ARTIFICIAL
RESUSCITATION

To prevent injury to personnel.TM 11-5826-302-12 Ensure that aircraft power is removed prior to performing any maintenance. allow SDC to cool or wear protective hand covering prior to removing the SDC. Use at least two persons to lift and move it. High SIX surface temperatures are present during SDC operation and for a short period of time after a flight (even if the equipment was never turned on). B . The NPU weighs approximately 90 pounds.

. . . . . . . . . . Principles of Operation . . . . . . . . . B-1 B-5 B-7 B-8 COMPONENTS OF END ITEM AND BASIC ISSUE ITEMS . . . . . . . . . . .. Components of End Item . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .TM 11-5826-302-12 HEADQUARTERS DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY TECHNICAL MANUAL Washington. . l ll l l l l l 4-23 4-39 i . . . . . . . . . Equipment Description . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Operation Under Unusual Conditions . . . . . . . . . . . . . DC. . . . . . Mall your letter. . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . B-1 Introduction . . . . 3-1 4 AVIATION UNIT MAINTENANCE . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . A-1 B MAINTENANCE ALLOCATION CHART . . . . . . . furnished direct to you. . . . . . . 1 December 1987 No. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Operator Preventive Maintenance Checks and Services (PMCS) . . . . . . . . . . . . IINS Troubleshooting Procedures . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Remarks . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-1 Lubrication Instructions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . iii INTRODUCTION . . . 1-1 General Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . If you find any mistakes or If you know of a way to i m p r o v e t h e p r o c e d u r e s . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Tools and Test Equipment Requirements. . . . . . . . . . DA Form 2028 (Recommended Changes to Publications and Blank Forms). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-1 2-42 2-42 2-69 CHAPTER 3 OPERATOR MAINTENANCE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . p l e a s e l e t u s k n o w . . . . . IINS Preparation for Storage or Shipment. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . New Jersey 07703-5000. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . IINS Service Upon Receipt . . . . . . . C-1 Introduction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-1 OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS . . . or DA Form 2028-2 located In the back of this manual direct to: Commander. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-1 Description and Use of Operator’s Controls and Indicators . . . . . . . . . Page HOW TO USE THIS MANUAL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ATTN: AMSEL-ME-MP. . . . .. . . . . . . US Army Communications-Electronics Command and Fort A reply will be Monmouth. Operation Under Usual Conditions . . . . . . . . . . . 11-5826-302-12 OPERATOR’ S AND AVIATION UNIT MAINTENANCE MANUAL INTEGRATED INERTIAL NAVIGATION SYSTEM AN/ASN-132 REPORTING ERRORS AND RECOMMENDING IMPROVEMENTS You can help Improve this manual. . . . . . . . . C-1 C-2 l CHAPTER 1 l l Section I II III CHAPTER 2 Section I II III IV Section I II III IV V VI Section I II III IV APPENDIX C Section I II 1-2 1-2 l . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . IINS Aviation Unit Maintenance Procedures . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Aviation Unit Preventive Maintenance Checks and Services (PMCS) . . . . . . . . 4-1 4-1 4-13 4-14 APPENDIX A REFERENCES . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . Fort Monmouth. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Maintenance Allocation Chart . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

. . . .. . .. . . . . . . . . .. ● Section I II ● ● Abbreviatlons . . .. . . D-2 ● ● ● ●● ● GLOSSARY . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . Definitions of Unusual Terms . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . .. ... . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ii ● ● ●● . . .. . .. . .TM 11-5826-302-12 Page APPENDIX D SectIon I II EXPENDABLE SUPPLIES AND MATERIALS LIST . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . .. . . .. . . . . . . . . . .... . . . . . . . . .. . . .. . . . . .. . .. . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ALPHABETICAL INDEX . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . Expendable Supplies and Materials List . ... . . .. . . . D-1 Introduction . . . .. . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ● ● ● ● ● ● Glossary 1 Glossary 1 Glossary 2 Index 1 . . . .

A chapter on operator maintenance instructions. and expendable supplies and materials in the appendices. c. b.TM 11-5826-302-12 HOW TO USE THIS MANUAL 1. e. iii . A chapter on aviation unit maintenance instructions. Only those maintenance tasks authorized at aviation unit maintenance level. A chapter on system operating instructions. An alphabetical index. 3. Information on the Integrated Inertial Navigation System. To find information quickly a. c. A summmy of all warnings that appear in the manual is at the front of the manual. The content of this manual is limited to: a. components of end item and basic issue items. d. f. Lists of references. This manual consists of: a. g. 4. maintenance allocation chart. An introduction to Integrated Inertial Navigation System. b. A detailed Table of Contents is on page i. b. An alphabetical index is on page Index 1. You must familiarize yourself with the entire maintenance procedures before beginning the maintenance task. 2. A glossary of abbreviations and definitions of unusual terms.

TM 11-5826-302-12 Figure 1-1. Integrated Inertial Navigation System AN/ASN-132(lfJ 1-0 .

RECORDS. and inspect ions required during administrative storage of this equipment and chapter 4.1 Reports of Maintenance and Unsatisfactory Equipment. GENERAL INFORMATION 1-1 SCOPE. This manual provides the instructions required to operate. 1-5. 1-4 PREPARATION FOR STORAGE OR SHIPMENT.1 This manual contains information required to perform operator and aviation unit maintenance on the Integrated Inertial Navigation System AN/ASN-132(V) (IINS).15. Functional descriptions.3 Model Number and Equipment Name.1 The following listing includes the common name to official nomenclature cross-references used in this manual. 1-1. maintain.2 T e of Manual. 1-5 OFFICIAL NOMENCLATURE. 1-2 MAINTENANCE FORMS. forms and records. 1-3.19D/DLAR 4500.4 Purpose of Equipment. and repair the IINS at the operator and aviation unit maintenance levels. The IINS provides selfcontained navigation capability to U. 1-1.3H. AND REPORTS.2 Report of Packaging and Handling Deficiencies. AND DESIGNATIONS.S. This manual covers the following model/equipment.33C/AFR 75-18/MCO P4610.3 Discrepancy in Shipment Report (DISREP) (SF 361). 1-2. tools and test equipment. COMMON NAMES. Integrated Inertial Navigation System AN/ASN-132(V) 1-1.55/ NAVMATINST 4355.1 Destruction of Army electronics materiel to prevent enemy use shall be in accordance with TM 750244-2.TM 11-5826-202-12 CHAPTER 1 INTRODUCTION Section 1. Official Nomenclature Integrated Inertial Navigation System AN/ASN-132(V) Inertial Navigation Set AN/ASN-141 Inertial Navigation Set Mount Data Processing Set AN/UYK-64 (V)2 Navigation Processor Unit Mount Control Display Unit C-11097/ASN-132(V) Signal Data Converter CV-3739/ASN-132(V) TACAN ReceiverTransmitter RT-1159/A Common Name IINS INS INS Mount Navigation Processor Unit (NPU) NPU Mount CDU SDC TACAN RT 1-1 .and/or long-range missions and which can be updated wherever TACAN navigational facilities exist or manually without TACAN data. troubleshoot. 1-1. 1-3 DESTRUCTION OF ARMY ELECTRONICS MATERIEL. 1-2. 1-4. test. 1-2.1 Refer to TM 740-90-1 for procedures. and material lists are provided to support these functions as dictated by the Maintenance Allocation Chart (MAC).73B/AFR 400-54/MCO 4430. Army EH-60A Aircraft for short. as contained in Maintenance Management Update. Fill out and forward Discrepancy in Shipment Report (DISREP) (SF 361) as prescribed in AR 55-38/ NAVSUPINST 4610. section VI of this manual. diagrams. Department of the Army forms and procedures used for equipment maintenance will be those prescribed by DA Pam 738-750. Fill out and fonward SF 364 (Report of Discrepancy (ROD)) as prescribed in AR 735-11-2/DLAR 4140.

1-7 WARRANTY INFORMATION. Utilization of off-the-shelf hardware. CARE.1 There is only one model of the IINS. it must be inspected systematically so that defects may be discovered and corrected before . Refer to Department of the Army Supply Bulletin SB 11-654 for additional warranty information. To ensure that the IINS is always ready for operation. 1-11.1 The following is a list of general system features. the user. The CDU is warranted by Rockwell International Corporation for 48 months. System level built-in-test capabilities. No radioactive. Warranty starts on the date found on DA Form 2410 or DA Form 2408-16 in the logbook. Tables 1-1 through 1-4 provide system alinement times and attitude accuracies in circular error for a 1 hour flight (CEP).1 Safety. 1-6. MIL-STD-1553 dual redundant digital MUX bus interface communication. follow Army safety procedures for the use and handling of electronic equipment. 1-12 EQUIPMENT DATA. let us know. or caustic chemical elements which require special handling and/or transportation. Mail it to Commander. Put it on an SF 368 (Quality Deficiency Report). System designed to minimize personnel/equipment hazards. TACAN updating features.1 The SDC is warranted by Litton Systems. In addition instructions on all WARNING and CAUTION decals attached to the equipment must be followed. 1-11 DIFFERENCES BETWEEN MODELS. We’ll send you a reply. All WARNINGS are also summarized on the WARNING page at the front of this manual. 1-12. Navigation sensor and path determination data is processed by the NPU. 1-13. 1-2 High system reliability.1 The illustrations following table 1-4 locate and describe the major components of the IINS units. CDU display capabilities. 1-7. Inc. 1-13. Fort Monmouth. The IINS also interfaces with the aircraft flight instruments and altimeter/encoder AAU-32A. 1-13 SAFETY.1 The IINS provides self-contained navigation capability to U. 1-10 LOCATION AND DESCRIPTION OF MAJOR COMPONENTS. Multiple aircraft applications. ‘Army EH-60A Aircraft for shortand/or long-range missions and which can be updated wherever TACAN navigational facilities exist or manually without TACAN data The IINS employs a bidirectional serial data bus for data interchange within the IINS and with the external mission computer.TM 11-5826-202-12 TACAN Mount Electrical Equipment Mounting Base MT4915/A 1-6 REPORTING EQUIPMENT IMPROVEMENT RECOMMENDATIONS (EIR). Report all defects in material or workmanship to your supervisor who will take appropriate action. and CDU enterable data capabilities. 1-9 CAPABILITIES AND FEATURES OF IINS. IINS control and data entry is accomplished by the CDU. High accuracy navigation system. Self-contained navigation system. ATTN: AMSELPA-MA-D. US Army Communications-Electronics Command and Fort Monmouth. explosive. adhere to the WARNINGS and CAUTIONS indicated throughout this manual. efficient maintainability and ease of operation. 1-9. 1-8. Integrated inertial/TACAN navigation capabilities.S.2 Care. Before and while operating the equipment. To ensure safety to personnel. are the only one who can tell us what you don’t like about the design. Aircraft flight instrumentation and mission system computer interface. as required. Section Il.1 IINS equipment data are given in table 1-5. for 42 months. EQUIPMENT DESCRIPTION 1-8 PURPOSE OF IINS.1 If your equipment needs improvement. New Jersey 07703-5000. Send us an EIR. AND HANDLING. You. System power interruptions/transients protection. 1-10.

and hookup are possible over this expected range of flight line environments. Stop operation immediately if a deficiency is noted which would damage the equipment. Note any defects during operation for correction after operation. replacement. Two persons are required to lift the NPU.TM 11-5826-302-12 Table 1-1. 1-3 . Required maintenance. removal. The IINS should be handled with extreme care to prevent damage to precision electronic equipment. 1-13. Removal and replacement of the units (except the NPU) in the vehicle can be accomplished by one person using standard tools. IINS Attitude Accuracies they result in serious damage or failure. The equipment is designed and constructed so that on-vehicle maintenance can be performed in all specified environments by persomel wearing clothing. such as testing. such as heavy gloves.3 Handling. The preventive maintenance checks and services must be performed at the intervals prescribed to ensure that the IINS is operating properly. The individual units are designed so that special handling or protective equipment is not needed for installation or for transport between the local maintenance and/or supply facility and the vehicle. IINS Alinement Time Accuracies Table 1-2. required by the particular environment.

1 min 0 to 359.7 nmi) E/W 0 to 606.available only if INS fails with NPU functional) TACAN derived present position (longitude .1 km (0.1 min S 0 to 90°00’0” E 0 to 179°59’9” 0.2 min (time) 0 to 200 nmi 0 to 359 degrees System status 0.9 degrees 0 to 359.available only if INS fails with NPU functional) Time to destination (inertial) Raw TACAN slant range to station Raw TACAN mag bearing from station Built In Test (BIT) indicator 1-4 Range Resolution 0 to 1852 km (0 to 999 nmi) 0 to 359.1 degree 0.TM 11-5826-302-12 Table 1-3.7 nmi) N 0 to 89 °59’9” 0.1 degree 0.1 nmi) 0.1 km (0.1 degree 0 to 359.9 degrees 0.1 min (time) /or 1.0 degree .1 nmi) 0.9 degrees 0 to 359.1 degree 0.1 degree 0.2 min (time) W 0 to 180°00’0” 0 to 1092.N/A 0.9 degrees 0 to 1852 km (0 to 999 nmi) 0 to 1092.1 min (time) /or 1.9 degrees 0.1 nmi 1. CDU Display Data Capabilities Data Present true heading (inertial) Present magnetic heading (inertial) Bearing to destination (inertial .9 degrees W 180 degrees 0 to 102.1 degree E 179.1 km (0.3 min (time) 0 to 359.1 km (0.1 min time .true) Distance to destination (inertial) Time to steering point (inertial) Distance to steering point (inertial) Course to steering point (inertial true) Bearing to steering point (inertial true ) Computed magnetic variation (inertial) Aline time and status (inertial) Present true ground track (inertial) Position error north (inertial) Position error east (inertial) TACAN derived present position (latitude .1 nmi) 0.8 km (0 to 327.0 sec 0.8 km (0 to 327.9 degrees N/S 0 to 606.1 nmi) 0.1 degree 0.0 sec 0.

1 degree 1.0 -1000 to + 65.1 degree 100 ft 1.inertial) Selected true course to destination (inertial) Present position (latitude .000 ft N 0 to 89°59’59” S 0 to 90°00’00” Requirements set forth by UTM MCRS coordinates -1000 to +9.TM 11-5826-302-12 Table 1-4.1 degree 0. CDU Enterable Data Capabilities Data Destination position (latitude inertial) Destination position (UTM .0 arc sec 1-5 .1 degree 0.9° W 0 to 180.inertial) Entered true heading (inertial) Entered magnetic heading (inertial) Entered magnetic variation (inertial) Manually entered altitude TACAN station position (latitude) TACAN station position (UTM) TACAN station altitude TACAN station channel TACAN station magnetic variation Destination position (longitude inertial) Present position (longitude .9 degrees N 0 to 89°59’59” S 0 to 90°00’00” Requirements set forth by UTM MCRS coordinates 0 to 359.1 degree 1.900 ft 001 to 126.0 arc sec 10 meter grid 0. X or Y E 0 to 179.0 arc sec 10 meter grid 0.0° E 0 to 179°59’59” W 0 to 180°00’00” E 0 to 179°59’59” W 0 to 180°0’00’” E 0 to 179°59’59” W 0 to 180°00’00” Resolution 1.inertial) Present position (UTM .0 arc sec 10 meter grid 100 ft Units 0.9 degrees E 0 to 179.inertial) TACAN station position (longitude) Range N 0 to 89°59’59” S 0 to 90°00’00” Requirements set forth by UTM MGRS coordinates 0 to 359.9 W 0 to 180.9 degrees 0 to 359.0 arc sec 1.0 arc sec 1.

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1. CAUTION DECAL. Provides possible equipment damage information.
2. POWER CONNECTOR. Provides main power inputs to the INS.
3. COOLING AIR OUTLET. Allows cooling air to exhaust through the sides of the INS.
4. LATCH RELEASE. Provides lock release when latch assembly is in locked position.
5. LATCH LOCK. Maintains the latch assembly locking mechanism in the locked position.
6. ELAPSED TIME INDICATOR. Displays total INS operating time in hours.
7. LATCH ASSEMBLY. Provides unit to mount locking mechanism,
8. FAULT INDICATORS. Provides fault detection and isolation information.
9. TEST CONNECTOR. Provides testing interface for intermediate level maintenance.
10. GYRO BIAS DECAL. Provides gyro bias data determined during alinement or test,
11. CALIBRATION DECAL. Provides calibration data determined during alinement or test,
12. REMOVE/INSTALL DECAL. Provides INS/aircraft installation history data.

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1. INPUT/OUTPUT CONNECTOR LOCATION. Provides mounting area for aircraft wiring connector.
2. NAMEPLATE. Provides mount identification information.
3. COOLING AIR INLET. Provides mount heat exchanger interface with aircraft cooling air supply.
4. POWER CONNECTOR LOCATION. Provides mounting area for aircraft wiring connector,
5. ROUND GUIDE PIN. Ensures proper positioning and attachment of INS.
6. GASKET, Provides an air seal between the mount and the INS.
7. FLAPPER GUIDE. Provides flapper alinement with INS air intakes.
8. DIAMOND GUIDE PIN, Ensures proper positioning and attachment of INS.
9. KEEPER ASSEMBLY. Provides latch points for the INS latch assembly.
10. HARD BOSSES. Provides correct height alinement for installation of INS.
11. FLAPPER. Allows cooling air to pass through the mount to the INS.
12. COOLING AIR EXIT. Provides cooling air from mount plenum to the INS.
13. DIAMOND GUIDE PIN. Ensures proper positioning and attachment of INS,

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TM 11-5826-302-12 LOCATION AND DESCRIPTION OF MAJOR NPU COMPONENTS 1-10 .

Provides main power inputs to the NPU. Provides lifting and transportability aids for maintenance personnel. HANDLES. GROUND LUG. Connector J3 is used for loading the computer memory. FUSES. Provides airfIow to remove heat from the chassis. Provides NPU chassis to aircraft wiring ground connection. WARRANTY SEAL. Provides NPU main power on indication and power reset control. POWER ON/RESET SWITCH-INDICATOR. 4. RUN /RESET SWITCH-INDICATOR. 1-11 . CONSOLE LOCK. The 1553 data bus connects to cnnector J1O. 12. Provides NPU program run indication and reset control. Operator must not activate the POWER ON/RESET or BITE/BOOT switches. Provides NPU nomenclature.TM 11-5826-302-12 1 and 9. 11. Provides cover seals to preclude unauthorized entry into unit. ELAPSED TIME METER. 13. 15. Locks out the Virtual Console Port and causes the NPU to begin processing the operational flight program at power-up. Provides mounting point for NPU mount holddown retainers. 3. Displays total NPU operating time in hours. SIGNAL 1/0 CONNECTORS. 2. 14. and serial number. BITE/BOOT SWITCH-INDICATOR. . Provides NPU BITE indication and boot control for loading during maintenance. 5. POWER CONNECTOR. 16. 6. Provides 10 amp NPU circuit protection. FUSES. 7. 8. HEAT EXCHANGER. part number. MOUNTING HOOK. 10. IDENTIFICATION DECAL. Provides 30 amp NPU circuit protection.

and serial number. 1-12 . 3.TM 11-5826-302-12 LOCATION AND DESCRIPTION OF MAJOR NPU MOUNT COMPONENTS 1. part number. NPU SELF-LOCKING HOLDDOWN RETAINER Secures NPU to mount. 2. GUIDE PIN. Provides NPU mount nomenclature. Provides shock and vibration protection for the NPU. SHOCK MOUNT. 4. IDENTIFICATION DECAL. Ensures proper positioning and attachment of NPU.

Provides all controls required to operate the system and perform both operator and organizational maintenance. and serial number. 1-13 .TM 11-5826-302-12 LOCATION AND DESCRIPTION OF MAJOR CDU COMPONENTS 1. 4. Provides CDU nomenclature. 3. CRT DISPLAY. 5. Displays total CDU operating time in hours. IDENTIFICATION DECAL. 2. ELAPSED TIME METER. OPERATOR CONTROLS. Provides data display required for system operation and maintenance. CAUTION DECAL. Provides electrostatic sensitive devices caution information to prevent possible equipment damage. part number.

TM 11-5826-302-12 LOCATION AND DESCRIPTION OF MAJOR SDC COMPONENTS 1-14 .

WARRANTY SEAL. 2. 11. PS1 FAIL INDICATOR. Provides SDC nomenclature. Provides cooling by natural convection to side mounted fins. 13. and serial number. 14. MOUNTING HOOK. Provides input power and signal interface connection to aircraft wiring. 3. BK DATA BUS CONNECTOR. Provides power supply card fault detection display. ELAPSED TIME METER. Provides SDC/aircraft installation history data. 15. 7. Provides mounting point for TACAN mount holddown retainer. 10. 4. 1-15 . Al FAIL INDICATOR. Provides for securing the SDC to the TACAN. COOLING FINS. INSTALLATION /REMOVAL DECAL. Provides AMUX card fault detection display. Provides interface for Aeronautical Radio Incorporated (ARINC) flight instruments buses.TM 11-5826-302-12 1. part number. PRI DATA BUS CONNECTOR. Provides seals to preclude unauthorized entry into the unit. 6. POWER/SIGNAL 1/0 CONNECTOR. 5. BRACKET. Provides warranty information and instructions. INSTRUMENT 1/0 CONNECTOR. WARRANTY DECAL. Provides interface for primary serial data bus A. IDENTIFICATION DECAL. A2 FAIL INDICATOR. 8. 9. Provides ARINC processor card fault detection display. Displays total SDC operating time in hours. Provides interface for backup serial data bus B. 12.

TM 11-5826-302-12 LOCATION AND DESCRIPTION OF MAJOR TACAN RT COMPONENTS 1-16 .

HANDLE. 8. ANTENNA 2 CONNECTOR. SUPPRESSOR IN CONNECTOR. Provides interface connection to aircraft L-BAND equipment. 4. Provides interface connection to aircraft antenna. Provides for the recording of any equipment modifications. 9. Provides testing interface connection for depot level maintenance. 6. RECORD CARD. POWER CONNECTOR. Provides warranty information and instructions. Provides mounting point for TACAN mount holddown retainers. Provides main power inputs to the TACAN RT. Not used. 10. Provides interface connection to aircraft L-BAND equipment. 3. Provides airflow inlet to the internal blower. Provides lifting and transportability aids for maintenance personnel. 12. Dummy load is connected. 1-17 . BLOWER INLET. 2.TM 11-5826-302-12 1. MOUNTING HOOK. Provides record of TACAN RT removal and installation dates. ANTENNA I CONNECTOR. Displays total TACAN RT operating time in hours. 13. ELAPSED TIME INDICATOR. 7. 5. SUPPRESSOR IN/OUT CONNECTOR. TEST CONNECTOR. MODIFICATION PLATE. WARRANTY DECAL. 11.

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3. CONNECTORS. Provides signal and power interface connection to aircraft wiring.
2. FUSE. Provides 10 amp system power overload protection.
4. SDC

1/0 CONNECTOR. Provides interface connection to SDC connector.

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6. SHOCK MOUNTS. Provides shock and vibration protection for the TACAN RT and SDC.
7. SDC SELF-LOCKING HOLDDOWN RETAINER. Secures SDC to TACAN mount.
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11. TACAN RT SELF-LOCKING HOLDDOWN RETAINERS. Secures TACAN RT to mount.
9. POWER CABLE. Provides input power to the TACAN RT.

10. MODIFICATION PLATE. Provides for the recording of any mount modifications.
12. WARRANTY DECAL. Provides warranty information and instructions.
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14, GUIDE PINS. Ensures proper positioning and attachment of TACAN RT.

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Table 1-5. IINS Equipment Data
Item

Value

WEIGHTS AND DIMENSIONS

Item

Value

Height

172.466 mm (6.79 in. )

INS
Weight

18.73 kg (41.20 lb)

Length
Width

459.486 mm (18.09 in.)

Height
INS Mount
Weight

191.008 mm (7.52 in.)
193.548 mm (7.62 in.)

2.54 kg (5.60 lb)

Length

372.11 mm (14.65 in.)

Width
Height

251.96 mm (9,92 in.)
35.56 mm (1.40 in. )

NPU
Weight
Length
Width
Height

40.82 kg (90.00 lb)
614.426 mm (24.19 in. )

TACAN Mount
Weight
Length
Width
Height

IINS

104 to 122V, 360 to 440 Hz,
A-phase, 340 VA (starting),
280 VA (running)
104 to 122V, 360 to 440 Hz,
B-phase, 710 VA (starting),
70 VA (running)
104 to 122V, 360 to 440 Hz,
C-phase, 710 VA (starting),
70 VA (running)
26V, 360 to 440 Hz, B-phase,
40 VA (starting), 35 VA
(running)
Backup power (battery), 16.0
to 30.0 VDC, 240 watts
maximum

NPU

100 to 130V, 380 to 420 Hz,
single-phase, 380 watts
24.0 to 32.0 VDC

CDU

0 to 5V, 380 to 420 Hz, 10
VA maximum

337.82 mm (13.30 in.)
193,548 mm (7.62 in.)

2.27 kg (5.00 lb)
567.944 mm (22.36 in.)
279.4 mm (11.00 in.)
48.26 mm (1.90 in. )

CDU
Weight
Length
Width
Height

4.54 kg (10.00 lb)
165.1 mm (6.50 in.)
146.05 mm (5.75 in.)
180.975 mm (7. 125 in. )

SDC
Weight

4.54 kg (10.00 lb)

Length
Width
Height

373.38 mm (14.70 in. )
70.86 mm (2.79 in. )
204.47 mm (8.05 in. )

TACAN RT

1-20

Weight

13,61 kg (30.00 lb)

Length

369.316 mm (14.54 in.)

Width

171.196 mm (6.74 in. )

POWER REQUIREMENTS
Total system AC power requirements, 2500 volt amperes (VA) maximum
Total system DC power requirements, 359 watts maximum

INS

NPU Mount
Weight
Length
Width
Height

0.90 kg (2.00 lb)
439,4 mm (17,30 in.)
266.7 mm (10.50 in.)
212.3 mm (8.36 in.)

24.0 to 28.5 VDC, 50 watts
maximum
SDC

24.0 to 28.5 VDC. 50 watts
maximum

TACAN RT

108 to 118V, 380 to 420 Hz,
200 VA (T/R mode), 250
VA (A/A mode)

384 m ( +80. IINS Equipment Data .Continued Value Item ENVIRONMENTAL INS Temperature: Operating Non-operating Item SDC Temperature: Operating -40”C (-40”F) to +71°C (+ 160”F)” -54”c (-65”F) to +95”c (+203”F) ‘Provided proper cooling air requirements are met.000 ft) Cooling air Natural convection and conduction to mounting panel 1-21 .000 ft) to +24.000 ft) maximum internal blower +24. Non-operating Altitude — Cooling air Altitude: Steady-state -457 m (-1500 ft) to + 18.TM 11-5826-302-12 Table 1-5.5-hour intervals: + 95°C ( + 203°F) -62°C (-80°F) to +95°C ( +203°F) +21.000 ft) maximum Natural conduction to side mounted heat exchanger.192 m (40. Heat exchanger fan draws 40 cubic feet per minute CDU Temperature: Operating Continuous: -54°c (-65°F) to +55°C ( + 131°F) Half-hour: -54°C (-65°F) to +71°C (+ 160ºF) Non-operating -64°C (-83°F) to +71°C (+160°F) Altitude Sea level to 12.6 pounds per minute maximum NPU Temperature: Value Altitude Cooling air Continuous: -54°c (-65°F) to +71°C (+ 160°F) Intermittent and 0.000 ft) Intermittent (2 min max) + 18.384 m (+80.336 m (70.000 ft) Cooling air Operating Non-operating Altitude Operating Non-operating -55”c (-67°F) to +71°c (+160°F) -62°C (-79°) to +95°C (+202°F) -54°c (-65°F) to +55°c (+131°F) -62°C (-79°F) to +85°C (+185°F) + 9144 m (30.000 ft) maximum Natural convection to side mounted cooling fins TACAN RT Temperature: 3.288 m ( + 60.288 m (+ 60.

3 The NPU provides computer processing and input /output operation for the IINS. The NPU contains a central processor unit (CPU) that directly addresses 64K 16-bit words of core memory for instructions and data. and angular pitch. course-line computations. and attitude. or to a selected magnetic course from the coordinates of the position at which the selected magnetic course steering mode was selected. TACAN RT automatic tuning. primary bus controller. altitude.TM 11-5826-302-12 Section III. altitude. The multiplex data bus system consists of two separate buses (A and B). all-attitude platform. System level computations are performed by the NPU to implement the following IINS integration functions: system executive and master schedular. position heading. and heading information. NPU built-in self-test. roll.1 The IINS provides accurate knowledge of aircraft navigation parameters including present position. IINS Block Diagram 1-22 . steering commands. The computer steering commands are referenced either to great-circle route to the desired destination coordinates. 1-14. TACAN RT/inertial updating. The navigation and guidance computations are performed by a general-purpose digital computer using a semiconductor memory. and heading information. CDU. Only one bus is active at any given time. system level built-in test. As shown in figure 1-2. 1-14. the multiplex data buses provide a path for data flow between the INS. Output functions of the INS include accurate present-position and velocity data. four-gimbal. A serial data bus is employed for data exchange within the IINS and the external avionic systems.2 The INS provides inertial reference for the IINS which includes aircraft velocity. NPU. 1-14. The CPU is microprogrammed and decodes the operands and performs the required Figure 1-2.and/or long-range missions and can be updated wherever TACAN navigation facilities exist or manually without TACAN data. SDC. velocity. with the other bus in a standby mode for redundancy purposes. PRINCIPLES OF OPERATION 1-14 PRINCIPLES OF OPERATION. backup mode logic/control (other than NPU failure). and altitude data processing/slant range compensation. Data to and from the TACAN RT is first processed by the SDC before it is applied to the multiplex data buses. The IINS is capable of short. The INS operates by sensing aircraft accelerations from a gyro-stabilized. and the external mission systems.

The IINS derives position updates from the TACAN RT range and bearing measurements. The SDC also provides ARINC characteristic digital parameters to the aircraft flight instruments. Since the TACAN system operating limit is line of sight.4 The CDU displays data and controls the operating modes of the IINS. this air-to-air mode precludes using the TACAN information to update the IINS.5 The SDC performs data processing to convert the TACAN RT Aeronautical Radio Incorporated (ARINC) inputs and outputs to corresponding serial data formats for transmission over the multiplex data buses to the NPU and CDU. it can monitor both buses continuously to determine over which bus valid data communications are taking place. the CDU provides mode control to the INS and TACAN RT. The TACAN RT operates within 390 nautical miles of a TACAN ground station. Upon being interrogated by the TACAN RT. The CDU also acts as backup bus controller for the multiplex data buses in the event of an NPU failure. 1-14. receiving data from the aircraft altimeter encoder. and TACAN RT. INS. The TACAN system operates on a selected channel from 252 available channels. and recalling data from the NPU. The CDU is capable of entering. therefore. and thereby bound the time-growing position error. Although the SDC communicates over only one multiplex data bus at a time. the ground station beacon transmits a signal.TM 11-5826-302-12 arithmetic. Electrical power to the INS and TACAN RT is also controlled by the CDU. 1-23/(1-24 blank) . The 252 channels are equally divided into 126 x-channels and 126 y-channels with both x. changing. the actual operating range is dependent on aircraft altitude. logic and control functions. The CPU controls the operation of the 1/0 section of the NPU for communications with other units over the multiplex data buses. The SDC can communicate via one of the two multiplex data buses. The TACAN RT determines the relative bearing of the aircraft from a selected TACAN ground station and determines the distance or range of the station. 1-14. a position reference sensor is used to update the inertial data. In addition. This data is encoded and displayed on the CDU CRT as navigational and operational status information. Redundant portions of the SDC circuitry are isolated to ensure that a failure of one bus does not degrade performance of the remaining bus. The TACAN RT also produces and transmits distance information when interrogated in the air-to-air operation by another TACAN-equipped aircraft. 1-14.and y-channels spaced at 1 MHz intervals. The TACAN RT outputs are processed by the SDC for compatibility with the multiplex data buses.6 The position error of an inertial navigation system increases with time. however. From this signal the TACAN RT computes the values of bearing and distance for updating the inertial system information.

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TM 11-5826-302-12

CHAPTER 2
OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS

Section 1. DESCRIPTION AND USE OF OPERATOR’S CONTROLS AND INDICATORS
2-1 OPERATORS CONTROLS AND INDICATORS.
2-1.1 The IINS operating controls and indicators are
contained on the CDU. The CDU controls and indicators are illustrated in figure 2-1 and listed, with functional descriptions, in table 2-1.
2-2 CDU DATA DISPLAY PAGE DESCRIPTIONS.
2-2.1 When the IINS is operating, various pages can
be displayd on the CDU data display. These pages
provide navigation information for the operator during

preflight and flight. Each page consists of eight lines
with up to 19 characters on each line. In most cases
each line is divided into the left side and right side.
Each side contains information pertinent to the operation of the IINS. On both sides of lines 1, 3, 5, and 7
there are line select keys which perform functions as
defined by the line legend adjacent to the line select
key. Table 2-1 describes the function of the line select
keys. Following are typical illustrations and descriptions
of each CDU data display page.

2-1

TM 11-5826-302-12

Figure 2-1. Controls and Indicators

2-2

TM 11-5826-302-12
Table 2-1. CDU Controls and Indicators

Key

Control or
Indicator

1

Data display

2

Line select
keys

Function

Displays multiple flight parameters to the operator on seven data lines
and a scratch pad line on the face of the cathode ray tube (CRT)
On both sides of data display lines 1, 3, 5, and 7 are pushbuttons (line
select keys) which perform functions as defined by the legend adjacent
to the key on the data display. If a line select key is active on a
particular page, an arrow will appear in the character space closest to
the key. Arrows will be oriented toward the legend, up, or toward the
key (away from the legend). These orientations (with examples) are
defined as follows:
1. legend
(TH 358.3 ). If the arrow points toward the legend a
numeric entry (entered into the scratch pad on line 8) is allowed by
pressing the adjacent line select key
2.
legend (MAC ). If the arrow points away from the legend,
pressing the adjacent line select key will initiate the function described by the legend. For example, pressing the line select key
adjacent to “MAC
will change the display to MAC Heading (MH)
and MAG VAR (MV)
3. legend ( T/R). If the arrow points up, the legend indicates
current mode status and pressing the adjacent line select key will
change the mode. If no arrow appears next to a legend then that line
select key performs no operation
4. Up or down pointing arrows on the sixth line of the data display
allows operator to slew display one page up or down by pressing page
slew toggle switch up or down

3

Alphanumeric
keys

4

CLR key

5

control
0 key

6

BRT

Alphanumeric entries are made by pressing one of the ten character keys
on the keyboard and will appear first in the scratch pad (line 8), Each
actuation of a key will cause a character to be displayed from left to
right in the scratch pad. When using multiple letter keys (e.g., KLM /
5), letters K, L, or M can be entered into the scratch pad by successive
actuations of the KLM /5 key. The 0-9 and . keys shall enter the
respective number or decimal point unless the keyboard is in the letter
mode. When the LTR/USE key is pressed, LTR is annunciated to the
right of the scratch pad, and the next keystroke will enter an alpha
character. When the desired data appears in the scratch pad, it will be
entered by pressing the line select key adjacent to the data being
updated, When the line select key is pressed, the scratch pad contents
will be checked for proper range and format. If the entry is valid, it
will be transferred to the IINS, read back, and displayed adjacent to
the line select key. Completion of this cycle will clear the scratch pad
Used for erasing scratch pad parameters before entry. First actuation
clears the last number or letter entered, second actuation clears the
entire entry
Controls brightness of the data display from full on to full 05
Used to enter number 0 into the scratch pad

2-3

TO/FROM. and elevation entry. time in aline mode. Provides selected course. When pressed.Continued Key Control or Indicator 7 -/. UPDT in NAV. UPDT in NAV mode 2. UTM or L/L selection. NAV RDY in aline mode. destination coordinates. signals the CDU to use the character that was just entered. NAVRDY. Provides inertial alinement status. failed RT annunciation. . When pressed a second time. coordinates. UTM or L/L selection. failed RT annunciation. and time to destination. and causes the flashing annunciation to go to a steady annunciation Selects the type of information to be displayed. UPDT. and access to system data and unit tests. . present position. UPDT in NAV. bearing and time to steerpoint. failed RT. and deletes LTR entry mode When pressed. UPDT annunciator in NAV. true and magnetic. cardinal heading/distance. data zeroize. The following five categories of display pages can be selected: 1. range. Provides selected course entry. failed RT annunciator. Provides provisions for entering magnetic variation. The TACAN control page provides power control. Number of selected station and number of station updating. signals the system that an annunciated failure has been recognized by the operator. The TACAN station pages provide station number magnetic variation entry. update enable. TTG and TO/FROM annunciators 5. NAVRDY annunciator in aline. then . will be entered into the scratch pad. TCN. universal transverse mercator (UTM) or latitude/longitude (L/L) selection.TM 11-5826-302-12 Table 2-1.in the scratch pad. cardinal heading/distance. steering and destination number selected./. steering and destination number selected. CDU Controls and indicators . barometric pressure. To use the . Failed RT numbers. DEST. Provides both TACAN control and station data. last mark designation 4. key is pressed. slant range/bearing entry. and ground speed. slant range and bearing to station. and access to station pages. key 8 LTR/USE key 9 FACK key 10 Page select switch Function Used to enter a minus symbol or decimal into the scratch pad. bearing. range. channel selection and selection of auto or manual mode 2-4 . TTG and TO/FROM NAV RDY in aline annunciations 3. ground track. POS. INS. When LTR/USE key is pressed. channel entry. altitude. STR. mode selection. NAVRDY. TTG and TO/FROM annunciators. the LTR/USE key must be pressed again When pressed. Provides provisions for entering present position. allows letters to be entered into the scratch pad.will be entered into the scratch pad.

TEST. NORM. CAL.TM 11-5826-202-12 Table 2-1. ATTD. UPDT. The number of the selected destination appears on line 1 of the data display. system will assume a stored heading. In this position the INS performs an automatic calibration of the gyro biases 8. present position may be entered if desired 3. If a BATH alinement is performed. the INS continues to provide a stable reference frame for generation of roll. CDU Controls and Indicators . In this position the INS either performs a stored heading alinement or best available true heading (BATH) alinement. fault detection. pitch. If magnetic heading information is not entered. Turns off the IINS (removes power from TACAN RT. Up increases and down decreases the selected destination Used to indicate the results of all internal CDU tests. Although navigation processing is discontinued. In this position the INS performs a gyrocompass alinement. and CDU) 2.Continued Key Control or Indicator Function NOTE All five pages above provide scratchpad for entering data. true or magnetic heading information must be entered not later than 1 minute after selecting the FAST mode. After heading information is entered. INS. NAV is entered after satisfactory alinement conditions have been met 5. OFF. FAST. Present position coordinates must be entered not later than 2 minutes after selecting the NORM mode 4. The mode select switch selects the following IINS modes of operation: 1. and inertial heading angles 7. NAV. This is the INS primary flight mode of operation. 11 Mode select switch 12 DEST switch 13 BIT indicator Selects eight different modes of operation for theIINS. In this position the INS initiates an attitude reference mode of operation. White indicates a failure and black indicates test passed 2-5 . and fault localization checks Three position toggle switch used to increment/decrement selected destination. In this position the INS performs fictional performance tests. In this position the NPU freezes present position data for a later manual position update by overflying a known position designated by a mark 6.

TM 11-5826-302-12 Table 2-1. Store present position relative to selected destination for possible updating when mode select switch is in the UPDT position Three position toggle switch used to slew data display one page up or down by pressing page slew switch up or down . Up increases and down decreases the steerpoint number Used to signal the INS to note the current present position and use it for one of two of the following purposes: 1. CDU Controls and Indicators – Continued Key 2-6 Control or Indicator 14 STR switch 15 MRK key 16 Page slew switch Function Three position toggle switch used to increment/decrement selected steerpoint. Store as a markpoint (destination A thru F) when the mode select switch is in the NAV position 2. The number of the selected steerpoint appears on line 1 of the data display.

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(2-7 blank)/2-8 . set CDU page select switch to POS and press line 7 right line select keys as required to obtain the above display.TM 11-5826-302-12 POSITION PAGE (UTM) NOTE To select this page.

Data entered from the CDU keyboard first appears on this line before it is entered into the system and onto the applicable line by pressing the applicable line select switch. 2-9 . Entered true heading will be accepted only during the first 80 seconds of a fast alinement. Area. Arrow indication goes off after the navigation mode is selected. The left side is reserved for annunciations described later. 7. This line is the scratch pad. Latitude and longitude are displayed in degrees/minutes/seconds. 4. The left side displays area. The right side displays that the UTM coordinates are displayed on lines 5 and 7. LINE 2. the INS computed variation is indicated. If adjacent line select key is pressed with an empty scratch pad. 5. Arrow indication goes off after navigation mode is selected. Arrow indication goes off after navigation mode is selected. respectively. 8. If adjacent line select key is pressed. The right side displays true beading (TH). If a magnetic variation is entered. LINE 1. the entered value will be ‘replaced with the computed value. The left side displays the true aircraft ground track (GTK). The right side displays current ground speed (GS) in kilometers/hour in UTM mode and nautical miles/hour in L/L mode. The right side displays the magnetic heading (MH). Entered magnetic heading will be accepted only during the first 60 seconds of a fast alinement. LINE 8. The left side displays the page label. 6. casting. LINE 7. Easting and northing are displayed to 10 meters. casting. Arrow indication goes off after navigation mode is selected. and northing. 3. the latitude and longitude (L/L) coordinates are displayed on lines 5 and 7. The left side displays magnetic variation (MV). LINE 5.TM 11-5826-302-12 1. LINE 3. The left side displays universal transverse mercator (UTM) grid zone and spheroid. An equal sign will appear for entered magnetic variation. At power turon. LINE 4. This line is reserved for annunciations described later. the entered value will be displayed and used by the INS. UTM grid zone and spheroid can only be entered during the first 2 minutes of NORM or FAST alinement. LINE 6. 2. and northing can only be entered during the first 2 minutes of gyrocompass or BATH alinement.

TM 11-5826-302-12 POSITION PAGE (L/L) NOTE To select this page. 2-10 . set CDU page select switch to POS and press line 7 right line select key as required to obtain the above display.

2-11 . The left side displays the page label.TM 11-5826-302-12 1. the universal transverse mercator (UTM) coordinates are displayed on lines 5 and 7. LINE 2. 2. LINE 8. Present position longitude can only be entered during the first 2 minutes of gyrocompass or BATH alinement. 3. LINE 6. The right side displays that latitude and longitude (L/L) coordinates are indicated. 6. Present position latitude can only be entered during the first 2 minutes of gyrocompass or BATH alinement. The left side displays present position longitude. Arrow indication goes off after navigation mode is selected. The right side displays true heading (TH). LINE 5. LINE 7. This line is the scratch pad. LINE 1. The left side is reserved for annunciations described later. The left side displays magnetic variation (MV). 8. Arrow indication goes off after navigation mode is selected. LINE 3. Data entered from the CDU keyboard first appears on this line before it is entered into the system and onto the applicable line by pressing the applicable line select switch. 5. The left side displays present position latitude. Arrow indication goes off after navigation mode is selected. The right side displays current ground speed (GS) in kilometers/hour in UTM mode and nautical miles/hour in L/L mode. The right side displays magnetic heading (MH). This line is reserved for annunciations described later. If adjacent line select key is pressed. Entered true heading will be accepted only during the first 60 seconds of a fast alinement. LINE 4. The left side displays the true aircraft ground track (CTK). 7. 4.

set CDU page select switch to INS. 2-12 .TM 11-5826-302-12 NOTE To select this page.

2. LINE 4. LINE 5. The right side displays the destination location in which the last mark was stored. Data entered from the CDU keyboard first appears on this line before it is entered into the system and onto the applicable line by pressing the applicable line select switch. 7. or baro inertial altitude (IALT). Not used.TM 11-5826-302-12 1. 2-13 . The left side displays INS alinement time and goes from 0. Altitude can only be entered during gyrocompass or BATH alinement. The left side displays the page label and selected destination and steerpoint. 6. encoding altimeter altitude (MLT). 5. The right side displays alinement status (STAT) as follows: initialize (INIT). attitude available (ATTD). Arrow indication goes off after navigation mode is selected.0 (INS turn on) to a maximum of 99. LINE 7. 4.0. .0 . The right side displays that the DATA page can be selected by pressing the adjacent line select key. LINE 3. that the TESTS page can be selected by pressing the adjacent line select key. This line is reserved for annunciations described later. 8.8). LINE 6. The left side displays barometric pressure (BARO). manually entered altitude (MALT).9 minutes. Arrow indication goes off after navigation mode is selected. The right side displays . LINE 1. The left side displays one of three sources of altitude. Barometric pressure must be entered during NORM or FAST alinement. This line is the scratch pad. The right side displays that the zeroize page can be selected by pressing the adjacent line select key. The left side is reserved for annunciations described later. or relative measure of circular error probability (8. 3. attitude and heading available (A + H). LINE 8. LINE 2.

TM 11-5826-302-12 ZEROIZE PAGE NOTE This page is selected from the INS page by pressing line 1 right line select key. 2-14 .

LINE 4. confirming that the sensitive data (TACAN destination data) has been erased. 5. LINE 8. The left side displays that sensitive data can be zeroized by pressing the adjacent line select key. The left side is reserved for annunciations described later. 4. 3. The right side displays that the INS page can be selected by pressing the CDU page slew switch down. Not used. LINE 2. The left side will display DATA CLEAR after line 3 left line select key has been pressed. 8. 7. 2-15 . Not used. 2. The right side is not used. LINE 7. LINE 3.TM 11-5826-302-12 1. LINE 6. LINE L This line displays the page label. Not used. 6. This line is reserved for annunciations described later. LINE 5.

TM 11-5826-302-12 TESTS PAGE NOTE This page is selected from the INS page by pressing line 3 right line select key. 2-16 .

LINE L The left side displays the page label. LINE 3. the word GO will be replaced with a blank. 5. LINE 8. 3. the word GO will be replaced with a blank. The left side displays that the CDU test can be initiated by pressing the adjacent line select key. After the line select key is pressed. The right side displays that the INS page can be selected by pressing the CDU page slew switch down. LINE 4. 2. 2-17 . This test is automatic. the the word GO or FAIL will be displayed. the word GO or FAIL will be displayed.TM 11-5826-302-12 1. The right side displays the status of the NPU. After completion of the test. The left side displays ARINC GO. After the line select key is pressed. 8. LINE 7. Not used. 4. LINE 6. LINE 2. The right side displays the status of the mission system computer interface (MSC). Not used. Either GO or FAIL will be continuously displayed. After completion of the test. This line is reserved for annunciations described later. The right side displays the status of the INS. 7. 6. LINE 5. The right side displays CDU version number. The left side displays that TCN test can be initiated by pressing the adjacent line select key. Either GO or FAIL will be continuously displayed. The left side is reserved for annunciations described later. Either GO or FAIL will be continuously displayed.

TM 11-5826-302-12 NOTE This page is selected from the INS page by pressing line 5 right line select key. 2-18 .

The right side displays the contents of the addressed memory location.535. Addresses that can be entered should be in decimal format with a range of 0 to 65. The left side displays that the I06 data page can be selected by pressing the adjacent line select key. The right side displays that the pitch. LINE 6. 8. This line is the scratch pad. 2. The left side is reserved for annunciations described later. This line displays the page label.TM 11-5026-302-12 1. 4. The left side displays INS miscellaneous data addresses. 2-19 . 3. The right side displays that the I07 data page can be selected by pressing the adjacent line select key. and velocity (P/R VEL) page can be selected by pressing the adjacent line select key. LINE 4. roll. LINE 7. Not used. 6. LINE 8. 5. LINE 2. 7. LINE 1. LINE 3. The right side displays that the INS page can be selected by pressing the CDU page slew switch down. LINE 5. This line is reserved for annunciations described later. The contents of INS memory will be displayed in alphanumeric characters. Data entered from the CDU keyboard first appears on this line before it is entered into the system and onto the applicable line by pressing the applicable line select switch. The left side displays that the NPU data page can be selected by pressing the adjacent line select key.

2-20 .TM 11-5826-302-12 NOTE This page is selected from the DATA page by pressing line 3 left line select key.

7. The left side displays an address. 4. This line displays contents of memory location for address displayed on left side of line 1. 2-21 . If fixed point format (B) is desired a two digit binary scale factor must follow the B. LINE 8. LINE 4. 5.TM 11-5826-202-12 1. 8. The left side displays an address. LINE 5. This line is the scratch pad. Data entered from the CDU keyboard first appears on this line before it is entered into the system and onto the applicable line by pressing the applicable line select switch. The left side displays an address. This line displays that the DATA page can be selected by pressing the CDU page slew switch down. 3. 6. LINE 1. LINE 7. This line displays contents of memory location for address displayed on left side of line 3. LINE 2. The arrow pointing down on the right side indicates that the contents of the addressed memory location is displayed on the right side of line 4. a five digit octal address is entered followed by an alpha character (A thru E) to indicate format. The arrow pointing down on the right side indicates that the contents of the addressed memory location is displayed on line 6. LINE 6. The arrow pointing down on the right side indicates that the contents of the addressed memory location is displayed on the right side of line 2. 2. To access information from the NPU. LINE 3. This line displays contents of memory location for address displayed on left side of line 5.

2-22 . This page is not used at the operator or aviation unit level. depending upon which page was selected from the DATA page. These pages are identical except line 4 will indicate 106 or 107.TM 11-5826-302-12 NOTE These pages are selected from the DATA page by pressing line 5 left or right line select keys.

All words are in octal format on four pages. 5. The left side is reserved for annunciations described later. Pressing the page slew switch a fourth time will reset back to displaying set one. LINE 4. These four lines contain data coming from the INS. 4. LINES 1. The arrow indicates that new sets of words (total of four sets) can be selected by pressing the CDU page slew switch up. and 7. 3. This line is reserved for annunciations described later. 106 contains 30 words and I07 contains 32 words. 5.TM 11-5826-302-12 1. LINE 8. This line displays the page label. 8. and 7. Not used< 2-23 . 6. 2. 3. LINE 2. LINE 6.

2-24 .TM 11-5826-302-12 NOTE This page is selected from the DATA page by pressing line 3 right line select key.

6. The right side indicates that the DATA page can be selected by pressing the CDU page slew switch down. LINE 2. This line displays roll in units of degrees/minutes. and Z velocities in units of feet/second. 2. The left side is reserved for annunciations described later. 8. This line displays the page label.TM 11-5826-302-12 1. LINE 1. This line is resewed for annunciations described later. These two lines display X. 2-25 . LINE 8. LINE 6. LINE 7. Not used. 5. Y. LINES 3 and 4. This line displays pitch in units of degrees/minutes. 3 and 4. 7. LINE 5.

2-26 .TM 11-5826-302-12 DESTINATION PAGE NOTE To select this page. set CDU page select switch to DEST and press line 7 right line select key as required to obtain the above display.

2-27 . This line is reserved for annunciations described later. it is displayed in minutes and seconds. Distances are measured in nautical miles. If TTC is greater than 2 minutes. The left side displays current range (RNG) to the selected destination in kilometers. When the system is first turned on all courses to destination will default to previously entered data. LINE 8. LINE 2. The left side displays military grid reference system (MGRS) or universal transverse mercator (UTM) grid zone and spheroid (refer to the glossary for spheroid definition) of the destination. The right side is not used. This line is the scratch pad. 2. LINE 3. The distance is calculated assuming a flat earth. Latitude and longitude are indicated in degrees/ minutes/seconds. LINE 4. 6. 4. If TTG is less than 2 minutes. The distance is calculated assuming a flat earth. it is displayed in minutes and tenths of minutes. The right side displays the north/south distance in kilometers to a true east/west line intersecting the selected destination. and northing. The right side displays east/ west distance in kilometers to a true north/south line intersecting the selected destination. LINE 7. the latitude and longitude (L/L) coordinates will be displayed on lines 5 and 7. 7.TM 11-5826-302-12 L LINE L The left side displays the page label and selected destination (D2) and steerpoint (83). LINE 5. Data entered from the CDU keyboard first appears on this line before it is entered into the system and onto the applicable line by pressing the applicable line select switch. The left side displays time-to-go (TTG) to the selected destination. 5. The right side displays desired course (true) to destination. The right side indicates that the UTM coordinates are displayed on lines 5 and 7. The left side displays destination area casting. If adjacent line select key is pressed. The left side is reserved for annunciations described later. The right side displays bearing (BRG) from true north to the selected destination. 3. 8. respectively. LINE 6. A new destination may be selected by pressing the CDU DEST switch up or down to increment or decrement the selected destination by one.

set CDU pagesekct switch to STR and press line 7 right line select key as required to obtain the above display. 2-28 .TM 11-5826-302-12 STEER PAGE N O T E To select this page.

This line is reserved for annunciations described later. The left side displays time-to-go (TTG) to the selected steerpoint. The left side displays the universal transverse mercator (UTM) steerpoint grid zone and spheroid. The left side is resewed for annunciations described later. Latitude and longitude are displayed in degrees/minutes/ seconds.TM 11-5826-302-12 1. 5. 6. If a course to destination has not been previously entered. Distances are measured in nautical miles. Not used. 8. LINE 8. 2. 2-29 . The left side displays steerpoint area casting. LINE 2. If adjacent line select key is pressed the latitude and longitude (L/L) coordinates are displayed on lines 5 and 7. The right side displays bearing (BRG) from true north to the selected steerpoint. The distance is calculated assuming a flat earth. LINE 4. it is displayed in minutes and seconds. The right side displays east /west distance in kilometers to a true north/south line intersecting the selected steerpoint. respectively. 7. LINE 1. the CDU will command the INS to use zero degrees as the desired course. LINE 5. The right side displays desired selected true course to the selected steerpoint. The right side indicates that the UTM coordinates are displayed on lines 5 and 7. If TTG is less than 2 minutes. 3. If TTG is greater than 2 minutes. LINE 3. The right side displays the north/south distance in kilometers to a true east/west line intersecting the selected steerpoint. 4. The left side displays the page label and selected destination (D2) and steerpoint (S3). LINE 6. The distance is calculated assuming a flat earth. it is displayed in minutes and tenths of minutes. and northing. LINE 7. A new steerpoint may be selected by pressing the CDU STR switch up or down to increment or decrement the selected steerpoint by one provided the steer points have been entered as destinations. The left side displays current range (RNG) to the selected steerpoint in kilometers.

TM 11-5626-202-12 TACAN CONTROL PACE NOTE To select this page. set CDU page select switch to TCN. 2-30 .

LINE 4. Data entered from the CDU keyboard first appears on this line before it is entered into the system and onto the applicable line by pressing the applicable line select switch. air-to-air receive (A/A REC). When in the UPDT mode. LINE 8. The right side displays the number of the current tuned station in the automatic mode or MAN in the manual mode. After a 00 channel is entered. 2. The left side is reserved for annunciations described later. when in UPDT mode. LINE 3. 8. 5. The left side displays slant range (SRNG) in nautical miles from the aircraft to the currently tuned TACAN station. LINE 2. Four modes are available through successive actuation of the adjacent line select key. This line displays system update mode. and air-toair transmit/receive (A/ A T/R). Pressing the adjacent line select key will either apply or remove power to the TACAN RT with ON or OFF appearing to the right of TACAN. The left side displays TACAN RT mode. the channel number will be controlled by the NPU as the active stations are scanned. 7 LINE 7. The TACAN RT will be tuned to the entered channel and remain at that channel until a 00 channel number is entered. Also. LINE 5. the NPU will process the TACAN data and provide automatic updates to the INS. This line is the scratch pad. either no updates (NORM) or the TACAN update mode (UPDT). 2-31 . Manual TACAN control is provided by entry of the desired channel on the TACAN control page. as selected by the adjacent line select key. The right side displays bearing (BRG) from magnetic north to the currently tuned TACAN station. They are receive (REC). LINE 1. Updating will continue to the data from this manual channel (STA MAN on line 1 right) if the data is acceptable to the filter or unless UPDT is deleted by pressing line 5 right line select key. 3. In the automatic mode.TM 11-5826402-12 1. The left side displays the number of TACAN stations failing to pass the 3 sigma internal test within the TACAN. This line is reserved for annunciations described later. LINE 6. 6. The right side indicates that the TACAN station (STA) page can be selected by pressing the CDU page slew switch up. The right side is not used. The right side displays the currently tuned TACAN RT channel. The left side displays TACAN RT power. computer control of the TACAN RT will resume. transmit/receive (T/R). 4. numbers will appear to indicate the number of stations updating out of the number of active stations.

2-32 .TM 11-3826-302-12 TACAN STATION PAGE NOTE This page is selected from the TACAN control page by pressing the CDU page slew switch up.

8. LINE 3. 6. 2-33 . 3. 4. The left side displays the universal transverse mercator (UTM) TACAN station grid zone and spheroid or latitude.TM 11-5824-302-12 1. LINE 4. Latitude and longitude are displayed in degrees/minutes/seconds. and northing or longitude. The right side displays the TACAN station channel (CH) number. The right side displays bearing (BRG) from magnetic north to the currently tuned TACAN station. System will assume previously entered data or zero if not entered. The left side displays slant range (SRNG) in nautical miles from the aircraft to the currently tuned TACAN station. The right side indicates that the UTM coordinates are displayed on lines 5 and 7. LINE 8. The left side displays the age label and TACAN station number. LINE 6. The left side displays TACAN station area. LINE 7. LINE 5. the latitude and longitude (L/L) coordinates are displayed on lines 5 and 7. The right side displays whether a TACAN station has been enabled ACT) or disabled (INACT) by actuation of the adjacent line select key. casting. The left side is reserved for annunciations described later. The right side displays TACAN station elevation (thousands of feet). If adjacent line select key is pressed. respectively. LINE 1. This line is reserved for annunciations described later. LINE 2. Disabling a TACAN station will preclude it from being scanned or used for update purposes. 2. The left side displays magnetic variation (MV) which must be entered for each TACAN station. Resolution is provided to the nearest 10 feet. Channel X is assumed unless a Y is entered. The right side displays that additional TACAN station (STA) pages can be selected by pressing the CDU page slew switch up or down to increment or decrement the station number displayed. This line is the scratch pad. Data entered from the CDU keyboard first appears on this line before it is entered into the system and onto the applicable line by pressing the applicable line select switch. 5. 7.

and press line 7 right line select key as required to obtain the above display.TM 11-5826-302-12 MARK OPERATION PAGE NOTE To select this page. set CDU page select switch to STR press MRK key. 2-34 .

). Distances are measured in nautical miles. to the selected steerpoint. LINE 7. A.TM 11-5826-302-12 1. The left side displays current range (RNG) to the selected steerpoint in kilometers. LINE 4. D. It displays the markpoint location (MARK C) in sequence (A. the latitude and longitude (L/L) coordinates are displayed on lines 5 and 7. 6. 8. The right side displays bearing (BRG) from true north. 2--35 . the CDU will command the INS to use zero degrees as the desired course. and northing. or the scratch pad is used to enter some other data. LINE 3. The right side displays east /west distance in kilometers to a true north/south line intersecting the selected steerpoint. If TTG is greater than 2 minutes. LINE 8. LINE 6. easting. The distance is calculated assuming a flat earth. B. The left side displays steerpoint area. The markpoint location will remain on the scratch pad until cleared with the CDU CLR key. it is displayed in minutes and seconds. The right side indicates that the UTM coordinates are displayed on lines 5 and 7. E. The right side displays current desired true course to the selected steerpoint. If a course to destination has not been previously entered. This line is reserved for annunciations described later. etc. respectively. 4. If adjacent line select key is pressed. The left side displays the universal transverse mercator (UTM) steerpoint grid zone and spheroid. 2. A new steerpoint may be selected by pressing the CDU STR switch up or down to increment or decrement the selected steerpoint by one provided the steer points have been entered as destinations. 5. The distance is calculated assuming a flat earth. 7. LINE 2. F. it is displayed in minutes and tenths of minutes. LINE 1. C. 3. Latitude and longitude are displayed in degrees/minutes/ seconds. This line is the scratch pad. LINE 5. B. If TTG is less than 2 minutes. The right side displays the north/south distance in kilometers to a true east/west line intersecting the selected steerpoint. The left side displays the page label and selected destination (D2) and steerpoint (S3). The left side displays time-to-go (TTG) to the selected steerpoint. The left side is reserved for annunciations described later.

TM 11-5826-302-12 NOTE To select this page. 2-36 . When this page is selected. set CDU mode select switch to UPDT. TACAN updating is deleted.

If TTG is less than 2 minutes. to the selected destination. 5. LINE 8. The distance is calculated assuming a flat earth. 8. Not used. it is displayed in minutes and seconds. 2. The left side is not used. Not used. LINE 1. The right side displays the north/south distance in kilometers in UTM mode and nautical miles in L/L mode. The right side displays bearing (BRG) from true north. The left side is reserved for annunciations described later. LINE 3. The left side displays current range (RNG) to the selected destination in kilometers in UTM mode and nautical miles in L/L mode. The right side is not used. LINE 6. LINE 7. The left side displays time-to-go (TTC) to the selected destination. LINE 5. This line is reserved for annunciations described later. The distance is calculated assuming a flat earth. it is displayed in minutes and tenths of minutes. 4. LINE 2. to a true north/south line intersecting the selected destination. LINE 4. to a true east /west line intersecting the selected destination. 3. 7. The right side is not used. The left side displays the page label and selected destination and steerpoint. 2-37 . If TTC is greater than 2 minutes. The right side displays east/west distance in kilometers in UTM mode and nautical miles in L/L mode.TM 11-5826-302-12 1. 6.

2-38 .TM 11-5826-302-12 ACCEPT/REJECT PAGE NOTE To select this page. set CDU mode select switch to UPDT and press MRK key to obtain the above display.

3. 2. LINE 8. The left side is reserved for annunciations described later. be certain that the aircraft was directly over the entered destination at the time of MARK and that the proper destination is displayed at the top of the page. to the selected destination. The right side is not used.TM 11-5826-302-12 1. The distance is calculated assuming a flat earth. it is displayed in minutes and seconds. LINE 2. Not used. NOTE Prior to accepting an update to the system. The left side displays time-to-go (TTG) to the selected destination. to a true east /west line intersecting the selected destination. it is displayed in minutes and tenths of minutes. The distance is calculated assuming a flat earth. the update is rejected and the data display returns to the update page. 4. 8. LINE 1. The left side is not used. If the adjacent line select key is pressed. LINE 6. 6. If TTG is greater than 2 minutes. 7. The left side displays the page label and selected destination and steerpoint. 5. to a true north/south line intersecting the selected destination. LINE 7. This line is reserved for annunciations described later. The left side displays ACCEPT. If the adjacent line select key is pressed. The right side displays the north/south correction that will be sent to the NPU to correct the system present position if that update is accepted. The right side displays bearing (BRG) from true north. The right side displays the north/south distance in kilometers in UTM mode and nautical miles in L/L mode. The left side displays current range (RNG) to the selected destination in kilometers in UTM mode and nautical miles in L/L mode. Verification that the cardinal distances on lines 4 and 5 are reasonable (within a few tenths of a kilometer if manual position updating has been performed or within current system error indications if position updating was not performed) is an approved method of this verification. The right side is not used. 2--39 . The right side displays east/west distance in kilometers in UTM mode and nautical miles in L/L mode. The right side displays REJECT. the update is accepted and the data display returns to the update page. This distance will be applied as the east/west correction to the system present position if the update is accepted. LINE 4. LINE 5. If TTG is less than 2 minutes. LINE 3.

TM 11-5826-302-12 ANNUNCIATIONS System status messages appear on line 2 (2) and the left side of line 6 (6) regardless of selected page (except NPU data page). 3 (3). The following is a summary of messages that are presented and the failures /condition they represent: 2-40 . 7 (7). Data appearing on lines 1 (l). and 8 (8) will be whatever is applicable to the page selected. 4 (4). 5 (5).

ADC. Full INS navigation performance is available The INS is in attitude mode due to: a. Attitude may be valid Air data (altimeter) is invalid TACAN RT has failed or is turned off Post flight maintenance is required Aircraft is within 2 minutes of selected steerpoint Distance to steerpoint is decreasing Distance to steerpoint is increasing Signal data converter has failed or ARINC bus has failed During alinement. TCN. was performed The INS is being updated by an external device. Operator selection b. and SDC will alternate on and off at approximately 2 Hz rate when a failure occurs to attract the operator’s attention. DATA bus failure.TM 11-5826-302-12 Message MSC NPU INU ADC TCN PFM TTG (flashing) TO FROM Scu NAVRDY (steady) NAVRDY (flashing) ATTD DEGRD UPDT DEGUPD Failure/Condition Mission system computer interface has failed NPU has failed INS navigation processing has failed. If a line replaceable unit (LRU) recovers from failure its annunciation will be removed from the screen. INS attitude data and degraded navigation performance are available During alinement. Attitude data are valid The INS is in navigate mode and a degraded performance alinement. NPU. 2-41 . such as the TACAN RT Degraded navigation mode updated by TACAN RT Line 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 6 6 6 6 6 6 NOTE Messages MSC. not a full performance alinement. Pressing the fault acknowledge (FACK) key will cause these annunciations to go from flashing to steady. INU. INS failure c.

2 Data Entry Description.1 There are no operator PMCS procedures. and shutdown procedures. . Alphanumeric entries are made by pressing one of the ten character keys on the keyboard.2 Self Test.2 Error Checking. however. W. 2-4 ASSEMBLY AND PREPARATION FOR USE. 2-6. In the case where successive alpha characters appear. it will be transferred to the IINS. In the UTM mode. Actuation of a key causes a character to be displayed from left to right on the 2-42 scratch pad.indicates that the entered data has not passed range and format checks performed by the CDU (e. inflight.g. When the line select key is pressed.TM 11-5826-302-12 Section Il.2.1 There is no assembly of the IINS at the operator level. There are no initial adjustments for the IINS. and TACAN pages are displayed and latitude/longitude format is selected. The character first appears on the data display scratch pad (line 8). LTR will be indicated on the right side of the scratch pad. GHJ/W4. equipment damage will occur. In all other circumstances when in the alpha mode. These are the only letters that can be entered in this mode. Several checks are performed on entered data before it appears on the line and the scratch pad is cleared. NPQ/E6. and the next key pressed will enter an alpha character. pressing the LTR/USE key a second time signals the CDU to use that character. and enter the alpha mode for the next character. The equipment is installed in the aircraft by aviation unit level maintenance personnel.. 2-5 INITIAL ADJUSTMENTS AND SELF TEST. The numbered and decimal keys enter the respective number or decimal point unless the keyboard is in the letter mode. the alphas above the key pressed will appear. and S respectively. course of 3700). OPERATOR PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE CHECKS AND SERVICES (PMCS) 2-3 GENERAL. 2-4. 2-6 OPERATING PROCEDURE. Refer to aircraft technical manual TM 55-1520-237-10CL for aircraft preoperational procedures. typical data entry. Section III.2. OPERATION UNDER USUAL CONDITIONS During operation no combination of CDU control settings will cause damage to the equipment or create a hazard to personnel. When the CDU is signaled to use the character displayed. 2-6. Successive actuations of the key will cause the second and third characters to appear. When the LTR/USE key is pressed. 2-6. and UVW/S8 keys will enter N. it is entered by pressing the line select key adjacent to the data being updated. it automatically reverts back to the numeric mode. actuation of ABC/N2. the LTR/USE key must be pressed twice to use the character previously entered. There is no special switch settings required before the equipment is put into operation. 2-6.1 Initial Adjustments. 2-3. Once the desired data appears on the scratch pad. When the position. Self test procedures are performed by aviation unit level personnel. preoperational. and displayed adjacent to the line select key. 2-5. 2-5. destination. When the desired character is displayed. if the aircraft INS power circuit breakers were disengaged within 10 seconds after setting the CDU to OFF mode. Completion of this cycle clears the scratch pad.1 Alphanumeric Entry. pressing keys with alpha characters above them will put the first alpha character associated with that key on the scratch pad. read back. If the entry is valid.1 The operating procedure for the IINS consists of a description of each type of data that can be entered from the CDU into the system. E. The following paragraphs describe each type of data that can be entered into the IINS. Failure to pass these checks will cause one of three of the following messages to be displayed alternately with the unused entry in the scratch pad: ENTRY ERROR . the scratch pad contents will be checked for proper range and format.

TM 11-5826-302-12 2-43 .

Any data not entered. just area. Scratch pad entries may be made for area and eastings/northings.. 2-6. just spheroid or just grid zone. The range of valid entries is from -1000 to +65. When a destination is selected as a steerpoint. Present position may he entered only during the first 2 minutes of normal alinement. The first two digits are degrees. time to go. or 7 numeric digits preceded by an optional E or W. Digits will be evenly split between castings and northings with trailing zeros inserted. zeroes will be assumed. 2-6. 8 or 10 digits. 2-6. Entry status is undetermined. Destination coordinates may be entered during any phase of the mission.3 Magnetic Heading or True Heading Entry. Coordinate selection is provided on data display line 7 right.TM 11-5826-302-12 1 3 Clark 1866 Clark 1880 Everest CL6 CL0 EVR 4 Bessel BSL 5 Australian National AUS 6 7 Airy Hough ARY HGH 8 South American SAM 9 10 Modified Everest MEV WGS-72 WGS ILLEGAL ENTRY . The range of entries is O.520 feet in increments of 100 feet. The first three digits are degrees. If a leading zero is not entered.2.2.8 Destination Coordinate Entry. If the entered latitude is less than 10°.2. entry of true heading in navigation mode). course deviation) is computed for the CDU and aircraft instruments. 5. If no-decimal point is entered. Leading zeros are optional. a leading zero (two leading zeros if less than 10°) must be entered. When a mark is performed the stored coordinates in destinations A .4.4.g. Although entries may be made and sent to the INS to a resolution of 2 meters. 2 ENTRY IGNORED – IINS has neither accepted nor rejected entered data. 6. bearing. If the N or S is not entered. Field altitude must be entered to the nearest 100 feet (mean sea level) during alinement. Spheroids are numeric entry and alpha indication according to the following codes for spheroid models: Code 0 2-44 Spheroid Model International Abbreviation INT Grid zone entries consist of one or two numbers and an alpha character. whole degrees are assumed.3 Spheroid and Grid Zone Entry. whole degrees are assumed.4.2. 2-6. 4. Scratch pad entries may be 3. If a leading two zeros are not entered. or 6 numeric digits preceded by an optional N or S. 2-6. If the E or W is not entered. The operator can enter up to 16 destinations.2. the previously displayed value will be assumed. 5.2.2. If any digits are not entered. and the sixth and seventh are seconds. Entries for eastings/northings must be 2. 6. Either latitude/longitude or UTM coordinates may be entered.4 Area/Eastings/Northings Entry. or first 2 minutes of a BATH alinement after magnetic or true heading has been entered. Scratch pad entries may be up to four numeric digits including an optional decimal point. Entries for area must consist of two alpha characters.2. an error message will flash.6 Manually Entered Field Altitude. a leading zero must be entered.7 Barometric Pressure Entry. Barometric pressure must be entered to the nearest 0. 3.2.indicates that the entered data is inconsistent with IINS operation (e. the fourth and fifth are minutes.0°.01 inches Hg during alinement. Scratch pad entries may be made for spheroid and grid zone.9° or W 180. Scratch pad entries may be 2. 2-6. 4. and the fifth and sixth are seconds. If the entered longitude is less than 100°. Arrows adjacent to present position coordinates cue the operator when entry is permitted. 2-6.4. If any digits are not entered. an error message will flash. Either latitude/longitude or universal transverse mercator (UTM) coordinates may be entered. An overfly fix requires that the flyover point be entered as a destination. These destinations can be used for steerpoints or overfly fixes. the third and fourth are minutes.2. the display will round to the nearest 10 meters.2 Longitude Entry. zeroes will be assumed.OO to E 179.1 Latitude Entry. 4. Spheroid entries consist of code numbers 0 thru 10. If no decimal point is entered.4 Present Position Entry. the previously displayed value will be assumed. 2-6. the system will presume all previous entries are valid. Magnetic heading or true heading may be entered during the first 60 seconds of a best available true heading (BATH) alinement. steering information (range.5 Magnetic Variation Entry. 2-6. or just eastings/northings. Scratch pad entries consist of an E or w and up to four numeric digits including decimal point. 2-6.

). and TACAN data entry procedures. The TACAN station pages provide the capability to enter station channel for each of the 16 stations. D.TM 11-5826-302-12 thru F are replaced with markpoint position data.12 for a description of destination and TACAN data that can be entered. TACAN data entry procedures can be performed during alinement.2.5. The NPU loading and alinement procedures must be performed on the ground before the IINS can be 2-6. Unless otherwise specified.2.10 TACAN Station Magnetic Variation Entry. C. Fast alinement consists of two types of stored alinements and a best available true heading (BATH) alinement.9 Course to Destination Entry.4 TACAN Data Entry Procedure.4. the mode select switch must be in the applicable position. F. and the correct keyboard and line select keys pressed. Scratch pad entry requirements are the same as for magnetic or true heading as described in paragraph 2-6.4 Preoperational Procedures. etc. Destination/steering data entry procedures can be performed during alinement. 2-6. 2-6. 2-6. Refer to technical manual TM 11-6625-3099-13 for the NPU loading procedure.3 Destination/Steering Data Entry Procedure. B. For any particular data that is required to be entered. 2-6. Up to four numeric digits may be entered with an optional decimal point. it is assumed an X channel has been entered. TACAN station channel entry can be made during any phase of the mission. whole degrees are assumed. The preoperational procedures consist of NPU loading.2. 2-45 .2. B.2.2. after. 2-6. Refer to paragraphs 2-6.2. A total of 252 channels are possible (126 X channels and 126 Y channels).11 TACAN Station Position Entry.1 NPU Loading Procedure. after alinement.4.12 TACAN Station Channel Entry. Entry of destination coordinates is identical to entry of present position coordinates as described in paragraph 2-6. or during any phase of the mission if desired.2.3 Typical Data Entry.8 thru 2-6. 2-6. A. A second stored alinement (providing degraded systems accuracies as indicated in table 1-1) can be performed if the aircraft has not been moved since the last normal alinement (and the mode switch set to NAV) and turnoff.alinement.4.2. If no decimal point is entered.that can be entered. Entry of destination and TACAN data can be performed during alinement. alinement.2 Alinement Procedures. 2-6. NOTE TACAN and destination data (except desired course) will be retained in memory from turnon to turnon unless zeroized. Alinement procedures are performed on the ground when the IINS is first turned on. TACAN station position entry can be made during any phase of the mission. The alinement procedures consist of a normal or fast alinement. placed in the navigation mode of operation and the aircraft can be moved. The following procedure is performed after alinement with the system in the NAV mode. 2-6.4. TACAN station magnetic variation can be entered during any phase of the mission and entry is the same as magnetic variation entry described in paragraph 2-6. The desired true course to destination may be entered for each destination during any phase of the mission. or during any phase of the mission. A stored alinement (providing limited degraded system accuracies) can be performed if the aircraft has not been moved since last normal alinement (and the mode switch not set to NAV) and turnoff. after alinement. Station position entry is performed the same as present position coordinates as described in paragraph 2-6.3. E. Either latitude/longitude or UTM coordinates may be entered. The following procedure is performed after alinement with the system in the NAV mode.4.4. destination/steering data entry. The mark locations are used in sequence (A.2. the correct CDU data display page must be selected. 2-6. BATH alinement is performed if the aircraft has been moved since last normal alinement and turnoff. Data entry onto the CDU scratch pad and into the system is basically the same for all data. or during any phase of the mission.

TM 11-5826-302-12 NORMAL ALINEMENT 2-46 .

DEF/3 (15). DEF/3 (15). Set mode select switch (28) to NORM. 7. press LTR/USE key (26) to place the keyboard in the alpha mode.TM 11-5826-302-12 NORMAL ALINEMENT NOTE CDU display will remain blank for 30 seconds after turnon. UVW/S8 (20). The following steps are examples of entering present position data. Observe that data display line 8 (8) displays N341030. NOTE Prior to entering present position latitude/longitude. DEF/3 (15). if an incorrect key is pressed. Enter present position latitude on data display line 8 (8) by pressing in sequence ABC/N2 (14). ensure that the correct spheroid identifier for your area has been entered in the system. and 0 (24) keys. 3. If data display line 7 right (7) displays UTM press adjacent line select key (12). DEF/3 (15). KLM/5 (16). Observe that data display line 8 (8) displays W 1183530. and begin again. Barometric pressure and altitude must be entered during alinement.0 (24). 5. Alinement will be complete when NAVRDY begins to flash. Ensure that aircraft power is applied to the system. data display line 6 left (6) may have a steady indication of NAVRDY. During alinement. LTR/USE (26). press CLR key (22). LTR/USE (26). NOTE Present position data must be entered for each normal alinement. Observe that data display line 7 right (7) displays L/L T. as required. Press data display line 5 left (5) line select key (36). 1 (13). 2. 1 (13) twice. 2-47 . 4. If data display line 8 right (8) does not display LTR. 1. 6. GHJ/W4 (18). Enter present position longitude on data display line 8 (8) by pressing in sequence LTR/USE (26). GHJ/W4 (18). and 0 (24) keys. Observe that data display line 5 left (5) displays N34°10 30. Set page select switch (30) to POS. Present position must be entered within 2 minutes of turnon. 8. Substitute your own present position data when performing these steps. When making keyboard entries.

15.01 inches Hg.6. and NPQ/E6(17) keys. Entries are made in thousands of feet. 11. Set page select switch (30) to INS. This represents an altitude of 8.01. 13. 12. altitude must entered to the nearest 100 feet (mean sea level). 10. Press data display line 5 left (5) line select key (36).6. Press data display line 7 left (7) line select key (35). Press data display line 3 left (3) line select key (37). XYZ/9 (19). 2-48 . (25). and 1 (13) keys. When data display line 6 left (6) displays a flashing NAVRDY. NOTE Enter local barometric pressure to the nearest 0.TM 11-5826-302-12 9. Observe that data display line 3 left (3) displays -AALT 8. Observe that data display line 8 (8) displays 8. 16.600 feet. 14. The range of valid entries is from -1000 to +65. Enter local barometric pressure on data display line 8 (8) by pressing in sequence ABC/N2 (14). Observe that data display line 7 (7) displays alinement time and status. (25). NOTE Do not set mode select switch (28) to NAV position and move the aircraft if a stored alinement (with limited degraded accuracies) is to be performed following the normal alinement. O (24). Observe that data display line 5 left (5) displays -BARO 29. Observe that data display line 8 (8) displays 29.01. Enter present position altitude on data display line 8 (8) by pressing in sequence UVW/S8(20). -/.520 feet in increments of 100 feet. set mode select switch (28) to NAV. NOTE When entering position altitude. -/. Observe that data display line 7 left (7) displays W118°35 30.

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TM 11-5826-202-12 STORED ALINEMENT (2-49 blank)/2-50 .

Observe that data display line 3 left (3) displays present position altitude. Observe that data display line 7 right (7) displays L/L adjacent line select key (12). 4. L Ensure that aircraft power is applied to the system. 8. 2-51 . Observe that data display line 5 left (5) displays -BARO 29. and 1 (13) keys. NOTE The following steps are an example of entering barometric pressure. 6.01. Substitute your own barometric pressure when performing these steps. 10. If not. Observe that data display line 8 (8) displays 29. If data display line 7 right (7) displays UTM press 5. respectively. Enter local barometric pressure to the nearest 0. If not.TM 11-5826-302-12 STORED ALINEMENT NOTE CDU display will remain blank for 30 seconds after turnon. set mode select switch (28) to NAV. 3. a normal or BATH alinement must be performed.01 inches Hg. Press data display line 5 left (5) line select key (36). Set page select switch (30) to POS. 9. 11. Set page select switch (30) to INS. Alinement will be complete when data display line 6 (6) displays a flashing NAVRDY if a normal alinement was performed and the mode select switch was not set to NAV. 7. and begin again. Enter local barometric pressure on data display line 8 (8) by pressing in sequence ABC/N2 (14). Set mode select switch (28) to FAST. Observe that data display line 7 (7) displays alinement time and status. (25). XYZ/9 (19).01. Barometric pressure must be entered during alinement. If data display line 8 right (8) displays LTR press LTR/USE key (26) to place the keyboard in the numeric mode. if an incorrect key is pressed press CLR key (22) as required. 0 (24). a change must be made within the first 60 seconds of this alinement. When data display line 6 left (6) displays NAVRDY. When making keyboard entries. Observe that data display line 5 left (5) and line 7 left (7) display present position latitude and longitude. -/. Data display line 6 left (6) displays a flashing NAVRDY if a normal alinement was performed and the mode select switch was not set to NAV. 2.

TM 11-5826-302-12 BATH ALINEMENT 2-52 .

and O (24) keys. 2. 8. NOTE The following steps are examples of entering present position data. Magnetic heading is entered by pressing line select key (10). 2-63 . When making keyboard entries. CHJ/W4 (18). and O (24) keys. Either true heading or magnetic heading can be entered. The following example uses true heading. Set page select switch (30) to POS. GHJ/W4 (18). and begin again. enter present position longitude on data display line 8 (8) by pressing in sequence LTR/USE (26). (25). 3. Ensure that aircraft power is applied to the system. Press data display line 5 left (5) line select key (36). UVW/S8 (20). 1. Observe that data display line 1 right (1) displays TH = 358. If data display line 8 right (8) displays LTR press LTR/USE key (26) to place the keyboard in the numeric mode. LTR/USE (26). Press data display line 1 right (1) line select key (9). press 5. LTR/USE (26). True or magnetic heading must be entered during the first 60 seconds of turnon. and DEF/3 (15) keys. Observe that data display line 8 (8) displays 358.TM 11-5826-302-12 BATH ALINEMENT NOTE CDU display will remain blank for 30 seconds after turnon. Barometric pressure and altitude must be entered during alinement. if an incorrect key is pressed. If data display line 7 right (7) displays UTM . DEF/3 (15). KLM/5 (16). KLM/5 (16). 9. 7. 0 (24). Observe that data display line 5 left (5) displays N34°10 30. DEF/3 (15). Set mode select switch (28) to FAST. Enter true heading on data display line 8 (8) by pressing in sequence DEF/3 (15). Observe that data display line 8 (8) indicates W1183530. 10. ABC/N2(14). UVW/S8 (20). 1 (13) twice. Alinement will be complete when data display line 6 (6) displays NAVRDY. press CLR key (22) as required. 1 (13). DEF/3 (15). Observe that data display line 7 right (7) displays L/L adjacent line select key (12).3. enter present position latitude on data display line 8 (8) by pressing in sequence LTR/USE (26). Substitute your own present position and heading data when performing these steps. If required. If required. Observe that data display line 8 (8) displays N341030.3. 6. 4. Present position must be entered within 2 minutes of turnon. -/. DEF/3 (15).

Observe that data display line 8 (8) displays 29. Observe that data display line 3 left (3) displays -AALT 8. 15. Observe that data display line 7 (7) displays alinement time and status.520 feet in increments of 100 feet. set mode select switch (28) to NAV. Press data display line 7 left (7) line select key (35). (25). Entries are made in thousands of feet.600 feet. 0 (24). .6. The range of valid entries is from -1000 to +65. Observe that data display line 8 (8) displays 8. If required. 2-54 . This represents an altitude of 8. 16. Press data display line 3 left (3) line select key (37). and NPQ/E6 (17) keys.TM 11-5826-302-12 11./. 12. enter present position altitude on data display line 8 (8) by pressing in sequence UVW/S8 (20). Observe that data display line 5 left (5) displays -BARO 29.6.01 inches Hg. NOTE When entering present position altitude.01. 13.(25). NOTE Enter local barometric pressure to the nearest 0. XYZ/9 (19). -/. When data display line 6 left (6) displays NAVRDY. Observe that data display line 7 left (7) displays W118°35 30. altitude must be entered to the nearest 100 feet (mean sea level). Enter local barometric pressure on data display line 8 (8) by pressing in sequence ABC/N2 (14). 14. Press data display line 5 left (5) line select key (36). Set page select switch (30) to INS. 17. and 1 (13) keys.01. 18.

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Observe that data display line 8 (8) displays 123. 4. and begin again. XYZ/9(19). GHJ/W4 (18) and KLM/5 (16) three times. 5: Enter destination latitude on data display line 8 (8) by pressing in sequence ABC/N2 (14). Enter destination longitude on data display line 8 (8) by pressing in sequence LTR/USE (26). -/. 2. Observe that data display line 5 left (5) displays -N35°45 55. Observe that data display line 1 right (1) displays 123.TM 11-5826-202-12 DESTINATION/STEERING DATA ENTRY 1. LTR/USE (26). KLM/5 (16). DEF/3 (15). Observe that data display line 5 left (5) displays . and RST/7 (21) keys. 10. Enter zone on data display line 8 (8) by pressing in sequence 1 (13). RST/7 (21) three times. NOTE Refer to paragraph 2-6. 14. 12. UVW/S8 (20). NOTE When making keyboard entries. Observe that data display line 8 (8) displays 18T1. (25). Observe that data display line 8 (8) displays 18T.4.4 11. DEF/3 (15). 1 (13) twice. Observe that data display changes to grid format. 6. Observe that data display line 8 (8) displays W 1195317. Enter Clark 1866 spheroid on data display line 8 (8) by pressing 1 key (13). DEF/3 (15). Press data display line 5 left (5) line select key (36).2.18T CL6. Press data display line 7 left (7) line select key (35). 2-57 . Enter desired course to destination 1 on data display line 8 (8) by pressing in sequence 1 (13). keys. If data display line 8 right (8) does not display LTR. 3. press CLR key (22). 8. LTR/USE (26). 13. and LTR/USE 26 keys. 1 (13). ABC/N2 (14). LTR/USE (26). Press data display line 5 left (5) line select key (36). 9. GHJ/ W4(18). Observe that data display line 8 (8) displays N354555. and GHJ/ W4 (18) keys.4. Ensure that system has been alined and mode select switch (28) is set to NAV. Set page select switch (30) to DEST. Press data display line 1 right (1) line select key (9).3 for spheroid code numbers. KLM/5 (16). Press DEST switch (29) up or down as required to display D1 on data display line 1 left (l). 7. press LTR/USE key (26) to place the keyboard in the alpha mode. Observe that data display line 7 right (7) displays UTM adjacent line select key (12). as required. if an incorrect key is pressed. Observe that data display line 7 left (7) displays -W119°53 17.

TM 11-5826-202-12 15. and XYZ/9 (19) keys. 17. Observe that data display line 7 left (7) displays -UV 23456780. 19. Observe that data display line 8 (8) displays UV23456789. 2-58 . KLM/5 (16). Observe that data display line 8 (8) displays UV. 18. Enter area on data display line 8 (8) by pressing in sequence UVW/S8 (20). DEF/3 (15). RST/7 (21). Press data display line 7 left (7) line select key (35). NPQ/E6 (17). LTR/USE (26) twice. and LTR/USE (26) keys. If data display line 8 right (8) does not display LTR press LTR/USE key (26) to place the keyboard in the alpha mode. Enter castings and northings on data display line 8 (8) by pressing in sequence ABC/N2 (14). 16. Set mode select switch (28) to OFF. UVW/S8 (20) twice. CHJ/W4 (18). UVW/S8 (20).

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DEF/3 (15). LTR/USE (26). 7. 11. Observe that data display line 1 left (1) displays TACAN ON. If it does not. Observe that data display line 8 (8) displays W79. if an incorrect key is pressed. DEF/ 3 (15) twice. RST/7 (21). and XYZ/9 (19) keys. NOTE When making keyboard entries. Enter station latitude on data display line 8 (8) by pressing in sequence ABC/N2 (14). If it does not. 2-61 . 3. Press page slew switch (34) up or down as required to display STATION 1 on data display line 1 left (1).9. press adjacent line select key (12). 12. If data display line 7 right (7) displays UTM . and begin again. Enter station magnetic variation on data display line 8 (8) by pressing in sequence LTR/USE (26). press CLR key (22) as required. 5. Observe that data display line 3 left (3) displays -MV W79. 10. 0 (24). press LTR/USE key (26) to place the keyboard in the alpha mode. Press data display line 1 left (1) line select key (38).TM 11-5826-302-12 TACAN DATA ENTRY 1. Observe that data display line 5 left (5) displays -N33°10 30. X in the following steps represents some number. Observe that data display line 7 left (7) displays number of failed stations 3SIG = X. Ensure that system has been alined and mode select switch (28) is set to NAV. Press data display line 5 left (5) line select key (36). Observe that data display line 8 (8) displays N331030. 13. NOTE Allow 90 seconds for TACAN warmup. 9. -/. 2. Observe that data display line 7 right (7) displays L/L. LTR/USE (26). 8.9. 4. 6. and 0 (24) keys. 1 (13). press data display line 3 left (3) line select key (37). XYZ/9 (19). Press data display line 3 left (3) line select key (37). If data display line 8 right (8) does not display LTR. (25). press data display line 5 left (5) line select key (36). CHJ/W4 (18). Observe that data display line 3 left (3) displays T/R. Observe that data display line 5 left (5) displays NORM X of X. Set page select switch (30) to TCN.

18. Press data display line 7 left (7) line select key (35). Observe that data display line 8 (8) displays O.TM 11-5826-302-12 14. Observe that data display line 1 left (1) displays TACAN OFF. 21. DEF/3 (15). Enter station channel number on data display line 8 (8) by pressing in sequence 1 (13) and 0 (24) keys. Press data display line 3 right (3) line select key (10). Press data display line 5 right (5) line select key (11). If it does not. 20. Observe that data display line 5 right (5) displays EL 0. Observe that data display line 1 right (1) indicates ACT. Press data display line 1 left (1) line select key (38). Observe that data display line 7 left (7) displays -Wl18°35 30. 17. Enter station elevation on data display line 8 (8) by pressing 0 (24) key. Observe that entered station latitude and longitude coordinates change to UTM coordinates. GHJ/W4 (18). 16. and 0 (24) keys. 2-62 . UVW/S8 (20). LTR/USE (26). Enter station longitude on data display line 8 (8) by pressing in sequence LTR/USE (26). 23. 15. Observe that data display line 3 right (3) displays CH 10X. Observe that data display line 8 (8) displays 10. Set mode select switch (28) to OFF. 1 (13) twice. 19.00. KLM/5 (16). DEF/3 (15). press data display line 1 right (1) line select key (9). 22. Observe that data display line 8 (8) displays W1183530. Press data display line 7 right (7) line select key (12).

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Set page select switch (30) to STR.).TM 11-5826-302-12 2-6.2. D.2. and manual (overfly) position updating. MARK OPERATION NOTE Current aircraft position may be stored in one of the markpoint locations (destinations A thru F) by pressing the MRK key. B. The mark locations are used in sequence (A. The mark indication will appear in line 8 on any page selected. Press MRK key (33). 1. A.8 thru 2-6. such as MARK A. and selecting steerpoints.5 Inflight Procedures. The following procedures explain mark opertion. to store the desired markpoint in memory. F. C. entering destination and TACAN data selecting steerpoints. mark opertion. The location in memory where this latest mark is stored is displayed in the scratch pad. 2. etc. Inflight procedures consists of selecting various data diplay pages for viewing navigation data. E. selecting the update mode.12 for a description of destination and TACAN data that can be entered. B. manual (overfly) position updating. The following procedure uses the steer page. (2-63 blank)/2-64 . Observe that the steer page is displayed. Refer to paragraphs 2-6.

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TM 11-5826-202-12 MANUAL (OVERFLY) POSITION UPDATING 2-66 .

return mode select switch (28) to NAV.TM 11-5826-302-12 MANUAL (OVERFLY) POSITION UPDATING NOTE An overfy update represents a manual position update technique which the pilot overflies his selected destination and signals the INS by pressing the MRK key. Obseeve that data display line 7 left (7) displays display line 7 right (7) displays REJECT 3. 1. 2. If the update data is acceptable. press line select key (35) that is adjacent to data display displayed on line 7 left (7). Observe that data display returns to update page. Set mode select switch (28) to UPDT. 5. 2-67 . press line select key (12) that is adjacent to data display REJECTdisplayed on line 7 right (7). At time of overfly press MRK key (33). After update is performed. Observe that the update page is displayed. Observe that data display returns to update page. If the update data is unacceptable. 4. and subsequently the ACCEPT or REJECT line select key.

TM 11-582&202-12 SELECTING STEERPOINTS 2-68 .

For operation of interfacing avionics equipment.1 There is no auxiliary equipment supplied with the IINS. course deviation) is computed for the CDU and aircraft instruments. 2-8.1 The only piece of equipment subject to jamming or electronic countermeasures (ECM) would be the TACAN.6 Shutdown Procedure. 2-7 OPERATION OF AUXILIARY EQUIPMENT. the IINS will provide backup mode capability to the maximum feasible extent. Press STR switch (32) up or down as required to display selected steerpoint on data display line 1 left (l). 1. Observe that the steer page is displayed. 2-6. interface functions remain operational. and IINS navigational performance will be as specified for free inertial performance. however. time to go. bearing. the CDU assumes the data bus control functions. When a destination is selected as a steering information range. updating can be accomplished manually. Set page select switch (30) to STR. 2. OPERATION UNDER UNUSUAL CONDITIONS 2-8 OPERATION IN UNUSUAL WEATHER. These destinations can be used for steerpoints during an phase of the mission. If an INS failure should occur. 2-9. The degraded modes of performance are listed in table 2-2. the stored coordinates in destinations A thru F have been replaced with markpoint position data. If the TACAN signal is interfered with. If there is an NPU failure. 2-1O JAMMING AND ECM PROCEDURES. TACAN-derived position will be available if the NPU and 2-10. 2-7. 2-69 .1 In the event of loss of any subsystem. the TACAN can be shut down and the system can provide inertial navigation without the aid of the TACAN. 2-9 EMERGENCY PROCEDURES.TM 11-5826-302-12 SELECTING STEERPOINTS NOTE The operator can enter up to 16 destinations. Section IV.1 The IINS can operate in any weather that the aircraft is capable of flying in. refer to the applicable manual. The INS circuit breakers must not be disengaged for at least 10 seconds after selecting the OFF mode. Shutting down the IINS consists of setting the CDU mode select switch to OFF. If a mark(s) has been performed during the mission.

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TM 11-5826-302-12 CHAPTER 3 OPERATOR MAINTENANCE There are no operator maintenance procedures. 3-1/(3-2 blank) . Refer to aircraft technical manual TM 55-1520-237-10CL for aircraft preoperational procedures.

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4-4. inspect. and equipment modifications by AVIM personnel.1 Reprocessing of unpacked IINS units is performed by AVIM personnel. AND TACAN MOUNTS. Equipment checking by Aviation Unit Maintenance (AVUM) personnel consists of performing the actions listed in table 4-1. NPU. 4-5 DEPROCESSING UNPACKED EQUIPMENT. AND MATERIALS REQUIRED FOR INSTALLATION. NPU. or materials are required to install the INS. and TACAN mounts.1 Refer to aircraft technical manual TM 11-1520237-23 for installation of the INS.TM 11-5826-302-12 CHAPTER 4 AVIATION UNIT MAINTENANCE Section 1. LUBRICATION INSTRUCTIONS 4-1 GENERAL. or the TACAN RT. IINS units are packaged separately and unpacked by Aviation Intermediate Maintenance (AVIM) personnel.1 IINS units are inspected for damage incurred during shipment. 4-8. and deprocess the IINS.1 The IINS is not packaged in a single container. IINS UPON RECEIPT 4-2 SERVICE UPON RECEIPT OF MATERIEL. 4-4 CHECKING UNPACKED EQUIPMENT.1 Perform INS installation as follows: 4-1 . flat-tip screwdriver. TEST EQUIPMENT.1 This section contains instructions to unpack.1 There are no lubrication instructions for the IINS. 4-3 UNPACKING INSTRUCTIONS. CDU. 4-7 INSTALLATION OF INS. Section Il. IINS service upon receipt inspection data are summarized in table 4-1. 4-5. The CDU is installed with a 9/32 in. 4-6 TOOLS. SDC. 4-3.1 No special tools. NPU. 4-6. 4-2. 4-8 INSTALLATION OF INS. 4-7. 4-1. special test equipment. checked for complete shipment.

or scratched parts b. NPU and NPU mount. SDC. Reject control or indicator . Refer to section V for replacement . INS and INS mount. Inspect for broken. CDU. SDC. Inspect for bent. CDU 4-2 Knobs a. NPU. Reject control surfaces and covers if damage prevents them from functioning properly 2. Inspect for broken or burned parts b. CDU. Reject knobs — Process to AVIM --Process to AVIM Refer to section V for replacement -. Inspect for broken parts b. NPU and NPU mount. IINS Service Upon Receipt Inspection Data Location Item Action 14 INS and INS mount. SIX. and TACAN RT and TACAN mount Control surfaces and covers a. Reject mounting hardware if damage prevents it from functioning properly Lamps and fuses a. and TACAN RT Controls and indicators a. I N S . INS. SDC. Inspect for bent or broken parts b. Inspect for dents and scratches b. burned or broken pins b. bent. Reject connectors Remarks — Process to Aviation Intermediate Maintenance (AVIM) — Process to AVIM (1) 3. Reject lamps or fuses 6.. C D U . and TACAN RT and TACAN mount Connector 4. CDU. NPU. and TACAN RT and TACAN mount 5. If damage prevents them from functioning properly (2) If control cannot be rotated through its complete range without any binding or scraping (3) If toggle and pushbutton switches cannot operate smoothly (4) If glass surfaced indicators cannot be cleaned properly a.TM 11-5826-302-12 Table 4-1. and TACAN mount Mounting hardware a. CDU. N P U .

Place latch assembly (2) in open position. Check that mount gasket is in proper position and is 23 for procedures to gain access to the INS mount. 6. Place INS on mount (4) and slide inward engaging guide pins and the connectors. 2. Ensure that INS mount is installed in accordance 4. Refer to aircraft technical manual TM 11-1520-2373. Remove plastic protective dust covers from INS with paragraph 4-7. 1. Hold the INS (3) by the latch assembly and support it from the bottom. do not lift or carry by the latch assembly. 4-3 . Press two latch releases (1) to release latch assembly (2). When handling the INS. When handling the INS. not deformed or damaged. 5. use extreme care to prevent damage to precision electronic equipment. connectors.TM 11-5826-302-12 INS INSTALLATION Ensure that aircraft power is removed from the INS mount before installing INS.

Verify the latch assembly has latched by pulling forward on latch assembly. raise latch assembly (2) until latch lock (5) clicks to indicate latch assembly has engaged keeper assembly (6) and is in lock position.TM 11-5826-302-12 7. 4-4 . When INS is seated in mount.

Use at least two persons to lift and move it. connectors. Refer to aircraft technical manual TM 11-1520-2373.TM 11-5826-302-12 4-9 INSTALLATION OF NPU. 5. Place NPU (1) on mount (2) and slide inward engaging the guide pins. 4.1 Perform NPU installation as follows: NPU INSTALLATION Ensure that aircraft power is removed from the NPU interconnecting cables before installing NPU. 1. Position two self-locking holddown retainers (3) on two mounting hooks (4) and tighten self-locking holddown retainers securing NPU to mount. 2. The NPU weighs approximately 90 pounds. use extreme care to prevent damage to precision electronic equipment. Remove plastic protective dust covers from NPU 23 for procedures to gain access to the NPU mount. Ensure that NPU mount is installed in accordance with paragraph 4-7. Refer to aircraft technical manual TM 11-1520-237-23 for NPU power removal procedure. When handling the NPU. 4-9. 4-5 .

Ensure that console lock (6) is connected to connector J11.TM 11-5826-302-12 6. Connect aircraft cables to connectors (5. For NPU interconnecting cable information refer to aircraft technical manual TM 11-1520-237-23. 4-6 . 7. typical) of NPU (l).

1 Perform CDU installation as follows: CDU INSTALLATION Ensure that aircraft power is removed from the CDU interconnecting cables before installing CDU. When handling the CDU. refer to aircraft technical manual TM 11-1520-237-23. Remove plastic protective dust covers from CDU 3.TM 11-5826-302-12 4-10 INSTALLATION OF CDU. 4-10. connectors. For CDU interconnecting cable information. Connect aircraft cable connectors (1 and 2) to CDU (3). 1. 4-7 . Carefully push CDU (3) into aircraft panel (4). 2. use extreme care to prevent damage to precision electronic equipment.

Using screwdriver.TM 11-5826-302-12 4. tighten eight captive screws (5) securing CDU (3) to aircraft panel (4). 4-8 .

use extreme care to prevent damage to precision electronic equipment. 4-11. L Ensure that TACAN mount is installed in accordance 2. 4.1 Perform SDC installation as follows: SDC INSTALLATION Ensure that aircraft power is removed from the TACAN mount and SIX interconnecting cables before installing SIX. 3. When handling the SIX. connectors. Position self-locking holdown retainer (3) on mounting hook (4) and tighten self-locking holddown retainer securing SDC to mount.TM 11-5826-302-12 4-11 INSTALLATION OF SIX. Place SDC (1) on TACAN mount (2) and slide inward engaging the connector. Remove plastic protective dust covers from SDC with paragraph 4-7. 4-9 .

6. For SDC interconnecting cable information refer to aircraft technical manual TM 11-1520-237-23.TM 11-5826-302-12 5. 4-10 . and 7) of SDC (1). Connect aircraft cables to connectors (5.

inward engaging the guide pins. 4-11 . Ensure that TACAN mount is installed in accordance with paragraph 4-7. use extreme care to prevent damage to precision electronic equipment. Remove plastic protective dust covers from TACAN RT connectors. Ensure that bracket (3) has been lifted to the up position and held in place with two knurled screws (4). 4. 2.TM 11-5826-302-12 4-12 INSTALLATION OF TACAN RT. Place TACAN RT (1) on TACAN mount (2) and slide. 1. Position two self-locking holddown retainers (5) on two mounting hooks (6) and tighten self-locking holddown retainers securing TACAN RT to mount. 4-12.1 Perform TACAN RT installation as follows: TACAN RT INSTALLATION Ensure that aircraft power is removed from the TACAN mount and TACAN RT interconnecting cables before installing TACAN RT. 3. When handling the TACAN RT.

ensure that unit is in current calibration.1 No prelimimary servicing or adjustment of the equipment is required at the organizational level. 4-13. 5. 4-14. Refer to aircraft technical manual TM 11-1520-237-23 for cabling diagrams. 4-14 PRELIMINARY SERVICING AND ADJUSTMENT OF EQUIPMENT.1 The IINS units are interconnected to aircraft avionics by aircraft cabling. refer to aircraft technical manual TM 11-1520-23723. however when replacing an INS. 6. 4-12 . and 9) of TACAN RT (l). Connect aircraft cables to connectors (7. 8.TM 11-5826-302-12 4-13 INTERCONNECTIONS. Position bracket (3) over TACAN RT (1) handle and secure with two knurled screws (4). For TACAN RT interconnecting cable information.

4-15. burned.TM 11-5826-302-12 Section Ill.1 The PMCS procedures are contained in table 4-2. Cheek that covers are secure Check that mounting surfaces on mounts do not have dents or scratches Check that mount guide pins are not bent Check for broken. or broken pins Check for bent or broken parts Check for broken or missing parts Check for broken or missing parts Check for broken or cracked parts Check for illegible or obliterated markings Check for excessive accumulation of dirt Check for excessive accumulation of dirt and debris 4-13 . 1 2 Item To Be Procedures Fault indicators Airflow 3 Surfaces and covers 4 Mounting surfaces 5 Mount guide pins Controls and indicators Connectors 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 Mounting hardware Lamp and fuse covers Lamps and fuses Knobs Panel nomenclature CDU CRT surface Equipment in general Check for fault indicator being set (all white) Check that airflow is not blocked to rack mounted units Check for scratches and dents. Aviation Unit Preventive Maintenance Checks and Services Item No. Table 4-2. Progressive phase maintenance concepts permit maintenance intervals to be determined by the maintenance office. AVIATION UNIT PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE CHECKS AND SERVICES (PMCS) 4-15 PMCS PROCEDURES. bent. or scratched parts Check for bent.

Set page select switch (30) to INS. 4-17 INS/NPU SELF TEST PROCEDURE. IINS TROUBLESHOOTING PROCEDURES 4-16 GENERAL. CDU. Observe that INS CO is indicated on data display line 4 right (4) if test passes. refer to aircraft technical manual TM 11-1520-23723 for corrective action. Refer to aircraft technical manual TM 11-1520-237-23 for coverage of the INS. Adjust BRT control for desired illumination. 4-16. press data display line 3 right line select key (10) to access the TESTS page. Set CDU mode select switch (28) to TEST. a bus failure has occurred. do not disengage aircraft INS power circuit breakers within 10 seconds after setting CDU to OFF mode. data display screen illuminates after 30 seconds. indicating the end of the test.TM 11-5826-302-12 Section IV. replace the INS. Observe that data display line 7 (7) displays elapsed time. 1. After approximately 14 minutes the timer will reset to 0. At the conclusion of approximately 14 minutes. 6. NPU. 8. if fuses are good. refer to section V and replace the defective unit then rerun the required self test procedure to verify the repair. 7. If the CDU indicates a PFM system status message on line 2. To prevent equipment damage. the system will perform an aline gyro bias. 9. at any time during the mission.1 Perform INS self test procedure as follows: INS/NPU SELF TEST PROCEDURE NOTE This test takes approximately 14 minutes. If allowed to continue beyond approximately 14 minutes. 4-14 . and the system will begin a gyrocompass alinement. 2.1 Organizational troubleshooting of the IINS consists of performing the INS/NPU. and TACAN mounts. check fuses located on the NPU front panel. Whenever a corrective action is required. regardless of selected page (except NPU data page). replace the NPU. 3. 5. Set CDU mode select switch (28) to OFF. 4-17. All IINS units must be installed in the aircraft during troubleshooting. and TACAN RT/SDC self test procedures in the sequence given. 4. Ensure that aircraft power is applied to the system. If step 7 indicates a fail condition. If data display line 3 right (3) displays NPU FAIL during step 5.

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replace the CDU. 4-18. Set page select switch (30) to INS. Press line select key (10). Observe data display on line 3 left (3). NOTE Observe BIT indicator (31) immediately after data display line 3 left line select key (37) is pressed. 4. 5. will be replaced with either a CDU GO or CDU FAIL display and the BIT indicator (31) will show white for five seconds at completion of the test. or the BIT indicator fails to reset. If step 6 displays a fail condition. Press data display line 3 left line select key (37). 6. Set CDU mode select switch (28) to NORM. Adjust BRT control for desired illumination. Ensure that aircraft power is applied to the system. Set CDU mode select switch (28) to OFF. 2. observe TESTS page on data display. the words CDU GO. data display screen illuminates after 30 seconds. do not disengage aircraft INS power circuit breakers within 10 seconds after setting CDU to OFF mode.TM 11-5826-302-12 4-18 CDU SELF TEST PROCEDURE.1 Perform CDU self test procedure as follows: CDU SELF TEST PROCEDURE 1. 8. To prevent equipment damage. 7. 4-16 . 3. this will initiate the CDU self test.

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if fuse is good. 14. Press data display line 1 left line select key (38). Press data display line 5 line select key (36). 4. Observe line 7 left (7) (elapsed time) and allow 90 seconds for TACAN warmup. Set page select switch (30) to TCN. To prevent equipment damage. If it does not. Press data display line 1 left (1) line select key (38). data display screen illuminates after 30 seconds. 12. Set CDU mode select switch (28) to NORM. 10. Set CDU mode select switch (28) to OFF. T/R. If step 9 indicates a fail condition at the completion of the test. Observe data display line 1 left (1) displays 5. observe TESTS page on data display. 8. 2. press line select key (37). 11. replace the SDC. Observe data display line 1 left (1) displays OFF. 7. 9. Press line select key (10). check fuse located on TACAN RT mount. Set page select switch (30) to INS.TM 11-5826-302-12 4-19 TACAN RT/SDC SELF TEST PROCEDURE. replace the TACAN RT. 4-18 TACAN . 6. the words TCN GO will be replaced with either a TCN GO or TCN FAIL display within 10 seconds. Observe that data display line 3 left (3) displays TACAN ON. Ensure that aircraft power is applied to the system. If data display line 2 (2) displays SCU during step 9. 4-19. 3. Observe data display on line 5 left (5). Adjust BRT control for desired illumination.1 Perform TACAN/RT SDC self test procedure as follows: TACAN RT/SDC SELF TEST PROCEDURE 1. do not disengage aircraft INS power circuit breakers within 10 seconds after setting CDU to OFF mode. 13. Set page select switch (30) to TCN. this will initiate the TACAN RT/SDC self test.

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Observe that data display line 7 right (7) displays adjacent line select key (12). 4-20 . 1 (13) twice. 9. Set mode select switch (28) to OFF for 1 minute. Observe that data display line 5 left (5) displays N3410 30. LTR/USE (26). Enter present position longitude on data display line 8 (8) by pressing in sequence LTR/USE (26). and begin again. GHJ/W4 (18). 0 (24). Observe that data display line 8 (8) displays N341030. 3. LTR/USE (26). Substitute your own present position data when performing these steps. NOTE Present position must be entered within 2 minutes of turnon. Set mode select switch (28) to NORM for 20 minutes. if an incorrect key is pressed. The gyro bias factors are automatically updata and corrected when a flashing NAVRDY is &played. DEF/3 (15).TM 11-5826-302-12 4-20. 7. 1 (13). NOTE Present position data must be entered for calibration. DEF/3(15). press CLR key (22). DEF/3 (15). 4-20. If deemed necessary by degraded navigation performance. Gyro bias mode requires approximately 90 minutes to complete. DEF/3 (15). When making keyboard entries. Press data display line 5 left (5) line select key (36). CALIBRATION (GYRO BIAS). GHJ/W4 (18). The following steps are examples of entering present data. KLM/5 (16). press LTR/USE key (26) to place the keyboard in the alph mode. UVW/S8 (20). 5. Observe that data display line 8 (8) displays W1183530. Enter present position latitude on data display line 8 (8) by pressing in sequence ABC/N2 (14). and 0 (24) keys. Set mode select switch (28) to CAL. 4. 8. the gyro bias function is accomplished as follows: CALIBRATION (GYRO BIAS) 1. and 0 (24) keys. If data display line 7 right (7) displays UTM press 6. If data display line 8 right (8) does not display LTR. Ensure that aircraft power is applied to the system. as required.1 The calibration mode is used during ground maintenance for the purpose of automatically computing gyro bias correction for all three platform axes. 2.

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NOTE The calibrate mode requires approximately 90 minutes to accomplish. Set CDU mode select switch (28) to OFF. In approximately 90 minutes. The gyro bias information will be automatically stored in memory. Turning the system off prior to issuance of the flashing NAVRDY will result in retention of the old gyro bias values.TM 11-5826-302-12 10. 12. do not disengage aircraft INS power circuit breakers within 10 seconds after CDU to OFF mode. data display line 6 left (6) displays a flashing NAVRDY. 11. Observe that data display line 7 left (7) displays W11835 30. Press data display line 7 left (7) line select key (35). To prevent equipment damage. 4-22 . Successful completion is indicated by a flashing NAVRDY.

1 The operational check of the IINS consists of performing the STD INS/NPU. 4-23. CDU lamps and knobs. 4-18.1 IINS unit maintenance includes repair of the IINS by replacement of NPU fuses. and replacement of INS. 4−23 REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION OF NPU FUSES. and TACAN RT units. SDC. 4-21. 4-22.1 Perform NPU fuses removal and installation as follows: REMOVING/INSTALLING NPU FUSES TOOLS: None Ensure that aircraft power is removed from NPU before removing/installing fuses. NPU. 4-23 . 4-21.3 Repairs are verified by repeating the operational check. 4-22 IINS OPERATIONAL CHECK. NOTE Refer to aircraft technical manual TM 11-1520-237-23 for procedures to gain access to the NPU.2 The normal test procedure is to perform the operational check to verify the malfunction. TACAN mount fuse.TM 11-5826-302-12 4-21 GENERAL. 4-21. Refer to aircraft technical manual TM 11-1520-237-23 for NPU power removal procedure. and 4-19. 4-21.4 Refer to TM 1l-5826-302-20P for repair parts and special tools list. CDU. Failed units are forwarded to AVIM. and TACAN RT/SDC self test procedures in paragraphs 4-17. CDU. The malfunction symptoms should be furnished by the aircrew/ operator but can be obtained or verified by maintenance personnel performing the IINS troubleshooting procedures in section IV.

1. Install and screw fuseholder cap (1) to NPU (2).TM 11-5826-302-12 1. Unscrew and remove each fuseholder cap (1) from NPU (2). 4-24 . 3. 2. 3. I N S TA L L A T I O N . Unscrew each fuseholder (3) from NPU (2). Screw fuseholder (3) to NPU (2). Install fuse (4) into fuseholder (3) and install fuseholder into NPU. Remove fuseholder (3) from NPU and separate fuse (4) from fuseholder by pulling one from the other. 2.

2. 1. do not use tools to remove caps from front panel assembly. Carefully push each cap (1 and 2) into CDU front panel assembly (3).1 Perform CDU lamps removal and installation as follows: REMOVING/INSTALLING CDU LAMPS TOOLS: None Ensure that aircraft power is removed from CDU before removing/ installing lamp. 4-24. Install lamp (4) into cap (1). INSTALLATION : 1.TM 11-5826-302-12 4-24 REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION OF CDU LAMPS. Remove lamp (4) from cap (1). REMOVAL: To prevent damage to caps. Carefully pull each cap (1 and 2) out of CDU front panel assembly (3). 4-25 . 2.

TM 11-5826-302-12 4-25 REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION OF CDU KNOBS. 4-26 .035 in.1 Perform CDU knobs removal and installation as follows: REMOVING/INSTALLING CDU KNOBS TOOLS: 5/64 in. ensure that knobs are replaced in the same position to prevent system damage during operation. hex head wrench Ensure that aircraft power is removed from the CDU before removing/installing knobs. 4-25. hex head wrench . When removing/installing CDU knobs.

tighten two setscrews (1) on each knob (2 and 3) securing knobs to CDU front panel assembly (4). 3. Remove knobs (2 and 3) from CDU front panel assembly (4). 2. Using 5/64 in. 1. loosen two setscrews (1) on each knob (2 and 3) securing knobs to CDU front panel assembly (4). 2. 3. 4. 4-27 . tighten two set- screws (5) securing knob (6) to CDU front panel assembly (4). Using 5/64 in. 4.TM 11-5826-302-12 REMOVAL: 1. INSTALLATION. hex head wrench. loosen two setscrews (5) securing knob (6) to CDU front panel assembly (4).035 in. hex head wrench. Remove knob (6) from CDU front panel assembly (4). Using . Install knobs (2 and 3) to CDU front panel assembly (4). Install knob (6) to CDU front panel assembly (4). hex head wrench. Using .035 in. hex head wrench.

Install fuse (3) into fuseholder (1) and install fuseholder into TACAN mount (2). Screw fuseholder (1) to TACAN mount (2). INSTALLATION: 1. 3. Remove TACAN RT as described in paragraph 4-32 to gain access to TACAN mount fuse. REMOVAL: 1. Unscrew fuseholder (1) from TACAN mount (2). Remove fuseholder (1) from TACAN mount (2) and separate fuse (3) from fuseholder by pulling one from the other. 4-26. 2. 2. 4-28 . 3. Install TACAN RT as described in paragraph 4-32.1 Perform TACAN mount fuse removal and installation as follows: REMOVING/INSTALLING TACAN MOUNT FUSE TOOLS: None Ensure that aircraft power is removed from the TACAN mount before removing/ installing fuse.TM 11-5826-302-12 4-26 REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION OF TACAN MOUNT FUSE.

NPU. 4-27. do not lift or carry by the latch assembly.1 Refer to aircraft technical manual TM 11-1520237-23 for installation of the INS. AND TACAN MOUNTS.1 Perform INS removal and installation as follows: REMOVING/INSTALLING INS TOOLS: None Ensure that aircraft power is removed from the INS mount before removing/ installing INS. NOTE Refer to aircraft manual TM 11-1520-237-23 for procedures to gain access to the INS. When handling the INS. 4-28. When handling the INS. NPU. use extreme care to prevent damage to precision electronic equipment.TM 11-5826-302-12 4-28 REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION OF INS. 4-27 REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION OF INS. 4-29 . and TACAN mounts.

1. 1. . 2. 3. hold the INS (3) by the latch assembly and support it from the bottom. raise latch assembly (2) until latch assembly latch lock clicks to indicate latch assembly has engaged keeper assembly and is in lock position. With latch assembly (2) in the open position. When INS is seated in mount. Place INS on mount (4) and slide inward engaging guide pins and the connectors. Install plastic protective dust covers on INS connectors. Hold the INS (3) by the latch assembly and support it from the bottom. Remove plastic protective dust covers from INS connectors. 4-30 3. Verify the latch assembly has latched by pulling forward on latch assembly. 2. Press two latch releases (1) to release latch assembly (2).TM 11-5826-302-12 REMOVAL: INSTALLATION. Slide INS out of mount (4). Place latch assembly (2) in open position.

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4-29 REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION OF NPU.
4-29.1 Perform NPU removal and installation as follows:
REMOVING/INSTALLING NPU
TOOLS: None

Ensure that aircraft power is removed from the NPU interconnecting cables before
removing/installing NPU. Refer to technical manual TM 11-1520-237-23 for NPU
power removal procedure.
The NPU weighs approximately 90 pounds. Use at least two persons to lift and move
it.

When handling the NPU, use extreme care to prevent damage to precision electronic equipment.
NOTE
Refer to aircraft technical manual TM 11-1520-237-23 for procedures to gain access
to the NPU.

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3. Slide NPU (2) out of mount (5).
4. Install plastic protective dust covers on NPU connec-

tors.
INSTALLATION:
1. Remove plastic protective dust covers from NPU
connectors.
2. Place NPU (2) on mount (5) and slide inward engaging the guide pins.
3. Position two self-locking holddown retainers (3) on
two mounting hooks (4) and tighten self-locking
holddown retainers securing NPU to mount.

1. DiSConneCt aircraft cables from connectors (1, typical) of NPU (2).

4. For NPU interconnecting cable information, refer to
aircraft technical manual TM 11-1520-237-23. Connect aircraft cables to connectors (1, typical) of NPU
(2).

2. Loosen and release two self-locking holddown retainers (3) from two mounting hooks (4).

5. Ensure that console lock (6) is connected to connector J11.

REMOVAL:

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4-30 REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION OF CDU.
4-30.1 Perform CDU removal and installation as follows:
REMOVING/INSTALLING CDU
TOOLS: 9/32 in. flat-tip screwdriver

Ensure that aircraft power is removed from the CDU interconnecting cables before
removing/installing CDU.

When handling the CDU, use extreme care to prevent damage to precision
electronic equipment.

4-33

For CDU interconnecting cable information refer to aircraft technical manual TM 11-1520-237-23.TM 11-5826-302-12 2. Connect two aircraft cable connectors (4) to CDU (2). Carefully pull CDU (2) out of aircraft panel (3). 4-24 . Disconnect two aircraft cable connectors (4) from CDU (2). Remove plastic protective dust covers from CDU connectors. loosen eight captive screws (1) securing CDU (2) to aircraft panel (3). REMOVAL: 3. tighten eight captive screws (1) securing CDU (2) to aircraft panel (3). 4. 2. 3. INSTALLATION: 1. Carefully push CDU (2) into aircraft panel (3). 1. Using screwdriver. 4. Install plastic protective dust covers on CDU connectors. Using screwdriver.

4-36 . allow SDC to cool or wear protective hand covering prior to removing the SDC. When handling the SDC.TM 11-5826-302-12 4-31 REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION OF SDC. High SDC surface temperatures are present during SDC operation and for a short period of time after a flight (even if the equipment was never turned on). use extreme care to prevent damage to precision electronic equipment. To prevent injury to personnel. 4-31.1 Perform SDC removal and installation as follows: REMOVING/INSTALLING SDC TOOLS: None Ensure that aircraft power is removed from the TACAN mount before removing/ installing SDC.

3. Remove plastic protective dust covers from SDC connectors. Position self-locking holddown retainer (5) on mounting hook (6) and tighten self-locking holddown retainer securing SDC to mount. Retighten two knurled screws (7) to hold bracket (8) in place. REMOVAL: 1. Connect aircraft cables to connectors (1. Loosen two knurled screws (7) and lift bracket (8).TM 11-5826-302-12 2. 4. Loosen and release self-locking holddown retainer (5) from mounting hook (6). For SDC interconnecting cable information refer to aircraft technical manual TM 11-1520-237-23. 4-38 4. . and 3) of SDC (4). 2. 3. and 3) of SDC (4). 2. Install plastic protective dust covers on SDC connectors. Slide SDC (4) out of mount (9). Place SDC (4) on mount (9) and slide inward engaging the connector. Disconnect aircraft cables from connectors (1. INSTALLATION: 1. 2. Position bracket (8) over TACAN RT handle and tighten two knurled screws (7).

use extreme care to prevent damage to precision electronic equipment.TM 11-5826-302-12 432 REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION OF TACAN RT. 4-32. 4-37 .1 Perform TACAN RT removal and installation as follows: REMOVING/INSTALLING TACAN RT TOOLS: None Ensure that aircraft power is removed from the TACAN mount before removing/ installing TACAN RT. When handling the TACAN RT.

Remove plastic protective dust covers from TACAN RT connectors. refer to aircraft technical manual TM 11-1520-23723. Slide TACAN RT (4) out of mount (9). Position bracket (8) over TACAN RT (4) handle and tighten two knurled screws (7). Retighten two knurled screws (7) to hold bracket (8) in place. Position two self-locking holddown retainers (5) on two mounting hooks (6) and tighten self-locking holddown retainers securing TACAN RT to mount. Connect aircraft cables to connectors (1. 2. Install plastic protective dust covers on TACAN RT Connectors. 3.TM 11-5826-302-12 2. Loosen two knurled screws (7) and lift bracket (8). INSTALLATION: 1. and 3) of TACAN RT (4). . Loosen and release two self-locking holddown retainers (5) from two mounting hooks (6). 3. REMOVAL: 1. For TACAN RT interconnecting cable information. 2. 2. and 3) of TACAN RT (4). Disconnect aircraft cables from connectors (1. 4-38 4. 4. Place TACAN RT (4) on mount (9) and slide inward engaging the guide pins.

4-33. Prepare a cleaning solution of water and mild liquid detergent. Inspect glass surface for cleanliness making certain that no residue is present. 4-35. Using a dry strip of clean.1.1 Refer to paragraph 422 and perform the IINS operational check to verify repairs and complete lid checks. Avoid excessive pressure on glass. 4-39/(4-40 blank) . lint-free cloth. b.TM 11-5826-302-12 NOTE 4-33 PLACING IINS IN SERVICE. lint-free cloth (item 1. If further cleaning is required. d. lint-free cloth moistened with cleaning solution. If glass cannot be cleaned thoroughly with a dry lint-free clod proceed with steps b thru f.1 Clean the CRT as follows: a. Wipe glass surface with clean. e. f. IINS units are prepared for storage or shipment by AVIM personnel. lint-free cloth moistened with clean water. Do not use sharp tools or volatile solvents. 434 CDU CLEANING. Section VI.1 The glass surface of the CDU CRT must be cleaned to prevent excessive accumulation of dirt. Wipe dry with clean. Use cleaning solution sparingly and do not saturate area. wipe the glass surface of the CRT. Failure to comply may result in damage to equipment. 4-34. App. IINS PREPARATION FOR STORAGE OR SHIPMENT 4-35 PREPARING IINS FOR STORAGE OR SHIPMENT. 4-34. c. repeat steps b thru f.1 The IINS is not packaged in a single container. D). Rinse area with clean.

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. . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . TM 11-1520-237-23 Series Intermediate Maintenance Manual. . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . EH-60A Helicopter . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . TM 740-90-1 Aviation Unit and Intermediate Maintenance Manual. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . SF 361 Quality Deficiency Report . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . A-1. . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . Test Set Group OQ-329/U . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Aircraft Component Historical Record-Time Change Components . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . T. . . . . . . EH-60A Helicopter . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . TACAN Navigational Set AN/ARN-118 . . . . . . . . . . . TM 11-5826-302-20P The Army Maintenance Management Systems (TAMMS) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Data Processing Set AN/UYK-64)2 . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . Inertial Navigation Set AN/ASN-141 . . . . . . . . .O. . DA Form 2408-16 Component Removal and Repair/Overhaul Record . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .TM 11-5826-302-12 REFERENCES A-1 SCOPE. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . SF 368 Recommended Changes to Publications and Blank Forms . . . . . . . . . DA Form 2028-2 Report of Discrepancy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . 1 This appendix lists all forms and technical manuals referenced in this manual. . Administrative Storage of Equipment . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . TM 11-6625-3099-13 Organizational Maintenance Manual. . . . .. . . . . . . . .750 A-1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . NAVAIR 16-30 ARN118-2 Procedures for Destruction of Electronics Materiel to Prevent Enemy Use (Electronics Command) . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . TM 55-1520-237-10CL Operator’s. .. . . . . . . . . . . A-2 FORMS. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. .. . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . 5N1-4-15-2 Maintenance Manual. . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . TM 750-244-2 Repair Parts and Special Tools List for Integrated InertiaI Navigation System AN/ASN-132(V) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . .. DA Form 2410 Discrepancy in Shipment Report . . . . . . . . . . . . . Organizational.. . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . TM 11-7021-202 Series Operators Manual. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . DA Form 2028 Recommended Changes to Equipment Technical Publications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . DA Pam 738. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . and Direct Support Maintenance Manual. . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . SF 364 A-3 TECHNICAL MANUALS. . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . .

. . . .. . . . . . . . . .. .TM 11-5826-302-12 A-4 MISCELLANEOUS PUBLICATIONS. . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . AR 750-50 Army Medical Department Expendable/Durable Items . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . CTA 8-100 Consolidated Index of Army Publications and Blank F o r m s . A-2 DA Pam 738-751 . . . . . . . . . . Aircraft Internal Time Division Command/Response Multiplex Data Bus . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . AR 55-38 Expendable/Durable Items . . . . . . . CTA 50-970 Functional Users Manual for the Army Maintenance Management System-Aviation (TAMMS-A) . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. .. .. . . . . DA Pam 25-30 Department of the Army Supply Bulletin . . . SB 11-654 Discrepancy in Shipment of Equipment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . .. . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . MIL-STD-1553 Army Materiel Maintenance Concepts and Policies . . . . . . . .

battalion headquarter.2. Inspect. minor adjustments.2 The maintenance to be performed below depot and in the field is described as follows: B-1. builtin test equipment (BITE). The maintenance capability of the AWUM will be governed by the Maintenance Allocation Chart (MAC) and limited by the amount and complexity of ground support equipment (CSE). (Assignments of maintenance tasks to divisional company size aviation units will consider the overall maintenance capability of the division. and ground support equipment. which corresponds to a D Code in the Repair Parts and Special Tools List (RPSTL) B-1. and detachment size units are normally small and have less than ten aircraft assigned. responsive “One-Stop” maintenance support.2. Evacuate unserviceable modules/components and end items beyond the repair capability of AVUM to the supporting AVIM.l This Maintenance Allocation Chart (MAC) assigns maintenance functions in accordance with the Three Levels of Maintenance concept for Army aviation.2. spot painting.2 Aviation Intermediate Maintenance (AVIM) provides mobile. and pressure checks to hydraulic systems. B-1. which corresponds to an F Code in the Repair Parts and Special Tools List (RPSTL) DEPOT. propulsion. and replacement of selected modules/components.1 Aviation Unit Maintenance (AWM) activities will be staffed and equipped to perform high frequency “On-Aircraft” maintenance tasks required to retain or return aircraft systems to a serviceable condition. These maintenance levels (categories) . inspections. Perform operational and continuity checks and make minor repair to the electrical system.1. The manufacture of air frame parts will be limited to those items which can be fabricated with tools and equipment found in current air mobile tool and shop sets. service and make operational. Repair functions will normally be accomplished by the supporting AVIM unit. installed aircraft instruments. application of nonstress patches.1. and Depot Maintenance . or test. INTRODUCTION B-1 MAINTENANCE ALLOCATION CHART. Maintenance tasks performed by these units will be those which can be accomplished by the aircraft crew chief or assigned aircraft repairman and will normally be limited to preventive maintenance. or alinement. measurement. power train. stop drilling. servicing. B-1. daily. Aviation Intermediate Maintenance (AVIM). and special inspections as authorized by the MAC or higher headquarters. and fuel systems. Accomplish air frame repair that does not require extensive disassembly. Repair of equipment for return to user will emphasize support or B-1 . capacity.2. periodic (or phased). AVIM may perform all maintenance functions authorized to be done at A WM. the requirement to conserve personnel and equipment resources.1 Company Size Aviation Units: Perform those tasks which consist primarily of preventive maintenance and maintenance repair and replacement functions associated with sustaining a high level of aircraft operational readiness. (Maintenance functions which are not conducive to sustaining air mobility will be assigned to depot maintenance). facilities required. and air mobility requirements. tools. jigging.TM 11-5826-302-12 APPENDIX B MAINTENANCE ALLOCATION CHART Section 1. Replace worn or damaged modules/components that do not require complex adjustments or systern alinement and which can be removed/installed with available skills. Perform maintenance inspections and servicing to include preflight. and diagnostic equipment (TMDE). group. Perform servicing.Aviation Unit Maintenance (AVUM). The range and quantity of authorized spare modules/components will be consistent with the mobility requirements dictated by the air mobility concept. B-1. authorized manning strength and critical skills available. Identify the cause of equipment/system malfunctions using applicable technical manual troubleshooting instructions. which corresponds to an O Code in the Repair Parts and Special Tools List (RPSTL) AVIM.are depicted on the MAC as: AVWM.2 Less than Company Size Aviation Units: Aviation elements organic to brigade. module/component fault diagnosis. and minor repair/replacement to the flight control. functional adjustments. intermediate.) B-1.

Module/component disassembly and repair will support the DX program and will normally be limited to tasks requiring cleaning and the replacement of seals. .1 The Maintenance Allocation Chart assigns maintenance functions to the lowest category of maintenance based on past experience and the following considerations: B-2. B-2.. B-2.1 Skills Available. (The aircraft maintenance company within the maintenance battalion of a division will perform AVIM functions consistent with air mobility requirements and conservation of personnel and equipment resources. performs diagnostic tests. provides quick response maintenance support.7 Changes to the Maintenance Allocation Chart will be based on continuing evaluation and analysis by responsible technical personnel and on reports received from field activities. then the higher maintenance level(s) that can accomplish additional tasks will also be indicated. and technical assistance through the use of mobile maintenance contact teams. This transfer of a maintenance function to a lower maintenance level does not relieve the higher maintenance level of the responsibility for the function. tools. adjusts. B-2. by sight.2 Inspect. Information to requisition or otherwise secure the necessary repair parts will be as specified in the associated Repair Parts and Special Tools List (RPSTL).2 Work time required. Authorized maintenance includes replacement and repair of modules/ components and end items which can be accomplished efficiently with available skills.5 The assignment of a maintenance function will “not be construed as authorization to carry the related repair parts or spares in stock. B-2. be specifically authorized by the maintenance officer of the level of maintenance to which the function is assigned. repairs. calibrates. B-2 B-2. required by the lower level of maintenance to perform this function will be furnished by the maintenance level to which the function is assigned. test. maintenance functions assigned to a maintenance level may. Operates a cannibalization activity in accordance with AR 750-50. B-2. B-3 MAINTENANCE FUNCTIONS. and/or electrical characteristics with established standards through examination (e. AVIM establishes the Direct Exchange (DX) program for AWM units by repairing selected items for return to stock when such repairs cannot be accomplished at the AVUM level. In cases of operational necessity. and items of common hardware. sound.3 A maintenance function assigned to a maintenance category will automatically be authorized to be performed at any higher maintenance category.6 Normally there will be no deviation from the assigned level of maintenance.2 Only the lowest category of maintenance authorized to perform a maintenance function is indicated.1. Air frame repair and fabrication of parts will be limited to those maintenance tasks which can be performed with available tools and test equipment. Additional intermediate maintenance support will be provided by the supporting nondivisional AVIM unit.TM 11-5826-302-12 operational readiness requirements. B-2.1 Maintenance functions will be limited to and defined as follows: B-3. onthe-job training. and equipment.1. etc. Unserviceable reparable modules/components and end items which are beyond the capability of AVIM to repair will be evacuated to Depot Maintenance. fittings. AVIM units will have capability to determine the serviceability of specified modules/components removed prior to the expiration of the Time Between Overhaul (TBO) or finite life.3 Tools and test equipment required and/or available. B-3.1.g. The higher level of maintenance will provide technical supervision and inspection of the function being performed at the lower level. If the lowest maintenance category cannot perform all tasks of any single maintenance function (e. B-2.g. To determine the serviceability of an item by comparing its physical. troubleshoots. B-2. Higher maintenance categories will perform the maintenance functions of lower maintenance categories when required or directed by the commander that has the authority to direct such tasking. repair). or feel). equipment. Provides collection and classification services for serviceable/ unserviceable material. Maintains authorized operational readiness float aircraft. mechanical. on a one-time basis and at the request of the lower maintenance level.4 A maintenance function that cannot be performed at the assigned category of maintenance for any reason may be evacuated to the next higher maintenance category.) B-2 USE OF THE MAINTENANCE ALLOCATION CHART (Section II). including aircraft recovery and air evacuation. The special tools. AVIM will perform aircraft weight and balance inspections and other special inspections which exceed AWM capability. and alines aircraft system modules/components. The AVIM level inspects..

or electrical characteristics of an item and comparing those characteristics with prescribed standards. measuring. To determine and cause corrections to be made or to be adjusted on instruments or test. Consists of comparisons of two instruments. COMBUSTION SECTION (HOT SECTION MODULE) Liners. To adjust specified variable elements of an item to bring about optimum or desired performance. fault. removal/installation. adjust. B-3. i..3.e. subassembly. module (component or assembly). or by setting the operating characteristics to specified parameters. external lines & hoses. remachining and/or resurfacing. seating. Overhaul does not normally return an item to like new condition. chemical fluids. blades.12 Rebuild. assemblies.welding.e. inlet guide vanes. nozzles.) considered in classifying Army equipment/components. B-3. stators. when required). aline.) COMPRESSOR SECTION (COLD SECTION MODULE) Rotor. and maintenance actions 4 to identify troubles and restore serviceability to an item by correcting specific damage. DMWR). B-4.the process of investigating and detecting the cause of equipment malfunctioning the act of isolating a fault within a system or unit under test (UUT). The application of maintenance services 1. repair part. B-3. 1 Services . including fault location/troubleshooting 2. B-3. External lines & hoses. rotor. (As applicable. calibrate. To remove an unserviceable item and install a serviceable counterpart in its place. B. inspection requirements.3 Test.7 Calibrate. particle separator.6 Aline. couplings. facing. To maintain or regulate. To remove and install the same item when required to perform service or other maintenance functions. etc.9 Replace.e. seals. or failure in a part..5 Adjust. That maintenance effort (service/ action) prescribed to restore an item to a completely sereviceable/operational condition as required by maintenance standards in appropriate technical publications (i.10 Repair. lubricants. service. to detect and adjust any discrepancy in the accuracy of the instrument being compared. 4 Actions . or gases.1 The functional groupings shown in the sample below identify maintenance significant components. B-3. Overhaul is normally the highest degree of maintenance performed by the Army. 3 Disassemble/assemble . seals. bleed valve. straightening.8 Remove/Install. or fixing into position a spare. to preserve. to drain to paint. riveting. The rebuild operation includes the act of returning to zero those age measurements (hours/miles. subassemblies.inspect. Consists of those services/actions necessary for the restoration of unserviceable equipment to a like new condition in accordance with original manufacturing standards.4 Service. or system. vanes. To verify serviceability by measuring the mechanical.encompasses the stepby-step taking apart (or breakdown) of a spare/functional group coded item to the level of its least componency identified as maintenance significant (i. blades. test. pneumatic. and disassembly/assembl~ procedures. to clean (includes decontaminate. handling. Group Number Description 04 POWER PLANT 0401 ENGINE GENERAL 0402 0403 Servicing. hydraulic. “Replace” is authorized by the MAC and is shown as the 3d position code of the SMR code. 2 Fault locate/troubleshoot . main frame. malfunction.TM 11-5826-302-12 B-3. impeller. B-3. and diagnostic equipments used in precision measurement. B-3. Rebuild is the highest degree of materiel maintenance applied to Army equipment. Install may be the act of emplacing. bearings. and/or replace. or module (component or assembly) in a manner to allow the proper functioning of an equipment or system. by bringing into proper or exact position. grinding. end item. or to replenish fuel. overhaul and retirement schedules. assigned an SMR code) for the category of maintenance under consideration. stators. and modules with the next higher assembly. Operations required periodically to keep an in proper operating condition.11 Overhaul.. B-3. one of which is a certified standard of known accuracy. within prescribed limits. lubrication charts. B-4 FUNCTIONAL GROUPS (Columns 1 and 2). B-3 .

exit guide vanes. MISCELLANEOUS EQUIPMENT (As applicable). blowers. rotors. chip detector. external lines and hoses. Maintenance levels higher than the level of maintenance indicated are authorized to perform the indicated function. the columnar presentation shall indicate “ “. Np sensor. electrical cables. B-6. blades. test. .1“ indicate the average time it requires a maintenance level to perform a specified maintenance function. oil filter. FUEL SYSTEM Fuel control. ignition harness. the tool number to aid in identifying the tool/device. housing drive shaft. ACCESSORY GEAR BOX (ACCESSORY SECTION MODULE) input and output gears.1 Common tool sets (not individual tools).1 Remarks (identified by an alphabetic code in column 6) and other notes (identitfied by a number in parentheses in the applicable column) are listed in Section IV to provide a ready reference to the definition of the remark/note. and support equipment required to perform maintenance functions are listed alphabetically in Section III with a reference number to permit cross-referencing to column 5 in the MAC. bearings. external lines and hoses. B-8 REMARKS (Column 6 and Section IV). ELECTRICAL SYSTEM Electrical control units. torque overspeed sensor. oil filter bypass sensors. sequence valve. lube and scavenge pumps.1 The maintenance categories (levels) AVUM. fuel nozzle. seals. drift shaft. seal. alternate stator. history record. seals. governors. fuel manifold. fuel boost pump. B-8. B-6 MAINTENANCE CATEGORIES AND WORK TIMES (Column 4).1 Column 3 lists the functions to be performed on the items listed in column 2.TM 11-5826-202-12 0404 0405 0406 0407 0408 0409 0410 POWER-TURBINE (POWER TURBINE MODULE) Nozzles. bearing. B-5. output shaft. thermocoupler. external lines and hoses. fuel filter assembly. and DEPOT are listed on the Maintenance Allocation Chart with individual columns that include B-4 the work times for maintenance functions at each maintenance level. exciters. If a work time has not been established. DRIVE SYSTEM Reduction gear assembly. special tools. B-7. exhaust frame. B-7 TOOLS AND TEST EQUIPMENT (Column 5 and Section III). AVIM. seals. Work time presentations such as “0. bearings. oil cooler. B-5 MAINTENANCE FUNCTION (Column 3). OIL SYSTEM Tanks. In addition the maintenance category authorized to use the device is listed along with the item National Stock Number (NSN) and if applicable.

TM 11-5826-302-12 Section II. MAINTENANCE ALLOCATION CHART Integrated Inertial Navigation Set AN/ASN-132(V) B-5 .

MAINTENANCE ALLOCATION CHART .Continued Integrated Inertial Navigation Set AN/ASN-132(V) .TM 11-5826-202-12 Section Il.Continued B-6 .

Static 4940-01-087-3458 Tool Number B-7 . Electronic Equipment TK-101/G 5180-00-064-5178 4 DEPOT Tool Kit. Electronic Equipment TK-105/G 5180-00-610-8177 5 DEPOT Work Station. TOOL AND TEST EQUIPMENT REQUIREMENTS Integrated Inertial Navigation Set AN/ASN-132(V) Tool or Test Equipment Reference Code Maintenance Level Nomenclature National/NATO Stock Number 1 DEPOT Bag. Anti-Static 8105-01-120-3377 2 AVUM/DEPOT Multimeter.TM 11-5826-302-12 Section III. Digital AN/PSM-45 6625-01-139-2512 3 AVUM/AVIM Tool Kit.

Reference technical manual for repair. at the installed system level is performed to verify system operational status. INS latch assembly and simple mounting hardware. REMARKS Integrated Inertial Navigation Set AN/ASN-132(V) Reference Code A B c D E F G H I J K B-8 Remarks/Notes The AN/ASN-132(V) built-in-test (BIT) is used to test for a defective line replaceable unit (LRU). TM 115826-302-12. The TACAN ramp test set is required to perform complete end-toad testing of the TACAN system. Refer to reference code I above. see TM 11-1520-237-23-3. Calibration (gyro bias) is performed on a powered-up aircraft when performance exceeds the circular error for one hour flight (CEP) per technical manual.TM 11-5826-302-12 Section IV. Repair is limited to replacement of defective knobs. NAVAIR 16-30ARN118-2 (AN/ARN-118). Repaired through Depot Maintenance Interservice Support Agreement (DMISA). LRU’s. T. Reference technical manual for repair. . Test of the 1553 data bus and other cables will be performed using a multimeter and TACAN ramp test set. INS Mount requires special precision alinement relative to the airframe. Removal of INS mount is performed at AVIM level. automatic and switch activated. Mounts are provisioned as part of the aircraft. TM 11-7021-202 series (AN/UYK-64(V)2). Reference technical manual for repair. Antenna is provisioned as part of the aircraft. lamps.O. Built-in-test (BIT). see TM 11-1520-237-23-3. and TACAN antenna. fuses. including the antenna. In the event of a malfunction the failed LRU status is displayed on the CDU. 5N1-4-15-2(AN/ASN-141).

C-l-1 This appendix lists components of end item and basic issue items for the IINS to help you inventory items required for safe and efficient operation. This measure is expressed by a two-character alphabetical abbreviation (e.5 Column (4) . This column indicates the number of the illustra.4 Column (3) ..g.3 Section 111. only if applicable. in. Indicates the Federal item name and. INTRODUCTION C-1 SCOPE. C-1 . pr). and to perform emergency repairs.3 Column (2) . These items are part of the end item. These codes are identified as: Code Used On TBS AN/ASN-132(V) C-3.2 Column (1) . ea. C-3 EXPLANATION OF COLUMNS.Illustration Number (Illus Number). Indicates the measure used in performing the actual operational/maintenance function.Quantity required (Qty Rqr). The last line for each item indicates the Federal Supply Code for Manufacturer (FSCM) (in parentheses) followed by the part number. to operate it. Indicates the quantity of the item authorized to be used with/on the equipment. Components of End Item. the model is shown under the “Usable On” heading in this column. C-3.) If item needed differs for different models of this equipment. AS part of the end item. C-2. C-3.1 The following provides an explanation of columns found in the tabular listings: C-3.Description. these items must be with the end item whenever it is issued or transferred between property accounts. There are no additional items required to place the IINS in operation. This listing is for informational purposes only. C-2. and is not authority to requisition replacements.2 Section II.6 Column (5) .TM 11-5826-302-12 APPENDIX C COMPONENTS OF END ITEM AND BASIC ISSUE ITEMS Section I.National Stock Number. C-2 GENERAL. (Enter portions of next two sentences. Illustrations are furnished to assist you in identifying the items.Units of Measure (U/M). Indicates the National Stock Number assigned to the item and will be used for requisitioning purposes C-3. if required a minimum description to identify and locate the item. tion in which the item is shown. C-3. but are removed and separately packaged for transportation or shipment.1 The Components of End Item and Basic Issue Items Lists are divided into the following sections: C-2. Basic Issue Items.

TM 11-5826-202-12 Section II. COMPONENTS OF END ITEM C-2 .

COMPONENTS OF END ITEM .TM 11-5826-302-12 Section Il.Continued (1) Illus Number (2) National Stock Number (3) Description FSCM and Part Number 1 6605-01-135-6328 2 5826-01-012-1938 Control Display Unit C-l1097/ASN132(V) (57045) 622-6143-001 TACAN Receiver-Transmitter RT-1159/ A (57045) 622-0507-001 3 5826-01-142-3059 4 5826-01-041-2044 5 7035-01-166-7857 6 7 6605-01-107-2380 8 6605-01-206-8954 Signal Data Converter CV-3739/ASN132(V) (06481) 886510-1 Electrical Equipment Mounting Base MT-4915/A (57045) 662-2041-001 Data Processing Set AN/UYK-64(V)2 (14345) 1666B-C Navigation Processor Unit Mount (14345) 105794 Inertial Navigation Set Mount (06481) 880100-1 Inertial Navigation Set AN/ASN-141 (06481) 880200-33 (4) Usable On Code U/M (5) Qty Rqr EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 C-3/(C-4blank) .

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This is the National Stock Number assigned to the item. This number is assigned to the entry in the listing and is referenced in the narrative instructions to identify the material (e.g. pr). This column identifies the lowest level of maintenance that requires the listed item.1 This appendix lists expendable supplies and materials you will need to operate and maintain the IINS. or CTA 8-100. D-2. Class V. Indicates the measure used in performing the actual maintenance function. item 5.Aviation Intermediate Maintenance DEPOT . Indicates the Federal item name and.4 Column (4) . INTRODUCTION D-1 SCOPE.TM 11-5826-302-12 APPENDIX D EXPENDABLE SUPPLIES AND MATERIALS LIST Section 1.National Stock Number.3 Column (3) ..Level. in. This listing is for informational purposes only and is not authority to requisition the listed items.g. a description to identify the item.Depot Maintenance D-2. D-2. “Use cleaning compound. D-1 . Repair Parts. (Enter as applicable) AVUM .Aviation Unit Maintenance AVIM . use it to request or requisition the item.5 Column (5) – Unit of Measure (U/M).Description. If the unit of measure differs from the unit of issue. D-2 EXPLANATION OF COLUMNS. and Heraldic Items). Army Medical Department Expendable/Durable Items. These items are authorized to you by CTA 50-970.. requisition the lowest unit of issue that will satisfy your requirements. This measure is expressed by a two-character alphabetical abbreviation (e. ea.1 Column (1) – Item Number. D-1. App. D“). if required. The last line for each item indicates the Federal Supply Code for Manufacturer (FSCM) in parentheses followed by the part number. D-2.2 Column (2) . D-2. Expendable/Durable Items (Except Medical.

EXPENDABLE SUPPLIES AND MATERIALS LIST (1) Item Number 1 D-2 (2) (4) (5) Level (3) National Stock Number Description U/M AVUM 7920-00-044-9291 Cloth.TM 11-5826-302-12 Section II. Lint-Free BX .

. . . . . . . . . . Federal supply code for manufacturer Latitude/longitude LOU . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Equipment improvement recommendation FACE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Magnetic heading MRK . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Degraded mode update by TACAN DEST . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . MALT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Bearing BAT . . . . . . . Preventive maintenance checks and services Pod . Aeronautical radio incorporated ATTD. . . . . . . Navigate NAVRDY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Air data computer A + H . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Navigation processor unit NSN . . . . . . . . . . Mark MSC . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . FSCM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Line replaceable unit Maintenance allocation chart Manually entered altitude Military grid reference system MH . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Altimeter altitude ACT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Magnetic variation NAV . . . . . . . CASE . . . . . . . . . ECM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Barometric pressure BATH. . .. . . . . . . . . . Depot maintenance interservice support agreement INIT . Air-to-air transmit/receive A/R . . . . . . . . . . . HI. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Fault acknowledge Ground speed Ground support equipment Ground track Horizontal situation indicator Inertial altitude Pitch. . .. . . . . . . . . . A/A REC . . . . . . . . Attitude BAR . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Post flight maintenance required PMCS . . Degraded DEGUPT . . . . . . . . . Receiver-transmitter Glossary 1 . . . Position Direct exchange P/R VEAL . . . . . . . . . . . . . Range ROD . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . IALT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Aviation intermediate maintenance AIM . . . . . . . . . . . . MARS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Accept/reject . . . . . . . . . . Discrepancy in shipment report DMISA . . . . . . . . . . . . . Air-to-air receive A/A T/R . . . . . . Navigate ready NORM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Calibrate CDU . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Initialize Integrated inertial navigation system INACT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . IINS . Repair parts and special tools list RAT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . GTK . . . . . EAR . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Aviation unit maintenance GS . . . . . . and velocity Receive RNG . . . . . . . DX. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Built-in test equipment BRG . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . Inertial navigation set 1/0 . . . . . . . MAC . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Built-in test BITE . . . . Input/output L/L . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Normal NPU . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Brightness CAL . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Modified table of organization and equipment MA . . . . . Electronic countermeasures REC . . . . . CEP . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Destination DISREP . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Active AVIM . . . . . . . . . . . . Inactive INS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Control display unit Circular error probability Convergence factor Channel CPU . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Central processor unit DEGRD . . . CH . . . . . Report of discrepancy RPSTL . . . . . National stock number PAM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Mission system computer MTOE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . CF . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .TM 11-5826-302-12 GLOSSARY Section L ABBREVIATIONS AALT. . . .. . . . Best available true heading BIT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Altitude and heading ARINC . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . roll. . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

. DEFINITIONS OF UNUSUAL TERMS Built-in test . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Station STAT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Signal converter unit SDC . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .TM 11-5826-302-12 Section 1. . . . Tactical air navigation TAMES . . . . . . Unit under test VA . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Update UTM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Transmit/receive TTG . . . . . . . . Spheroid . . . TACAN TH . . . . .A rectangular coordinate system. . . . . . . . . . . . IINS can accommodate the following spheroid models: Spheroid Model International Glossary 2 Abbreviation INT Clark 1866 Clark 1880 Everest Bessel Australian National Airy Hough South American Modified Everest WGS-72 CL6 CL0 EVR BSL AUS ARY HGH SAM MEV WGS Universal Transverse Mercator (UTM) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . TACAN input/output TMDE . . . . .The east-west position (UTM grid). . . . . . . . . . . . . . Slant range STA . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Test measurement diagnostic equipment T/R . . . . . . . Time between overhaul TAN . . . . . . . . . . . . .Continued SCU. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Volt amperes Section II. . . . . . . . . . . . . . Easting . . . .An earth spheroid model used for computing geodetic positions. . . . . . . . . . . . . Different models are used in various parts of the world. . . . . True heading TIO . . . . . . . . . . Signal data converter SRNG . .The north-south position (UTM grid). . . . . . . . . . . . Northing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ABBREVIATIONS . . . Universal transverse mercator UUT . . . . . . . . . . . . .A test built into the equipment to test for proper functioning. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . The Army maintenance management system TBO . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Steer TACAN . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Time-to-go UPDT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Status SIR . . .

2-6.2.6 Grid zone.3 Destruction of Army electronics materiel. 2-6. 1-1. Para A Longitude. 2-6.2. 2-6.2.8 Destination/steering data entry procedure.12 TACAN station magnetic variation. 2-6.4. preliminary. 2-6.4 H Barometric pressure. 4-20 Data processing set.1 Storage. 2-4 Present position.10 TACAN station position.2 Magnetic heading.2. 2-6. 2-6.2. 4-35 Latitude.4. 4-30 Self test.4.4. 2-6. 2-6. 2-6. 4-10.2. 2-6.2. 2-6. 2-6. 2-6.4 IINS Capabilities and features.3 Magnetic variation. 4-34 Controls and indicators. 1-9 Error checking.2.2 F D Data entry description.2.2.2.3 TACAN station channel. 4-18 Checking unpacked equipment. see CDU Controls and indicators. 2-1 Course to destination entry. 2-6.4.2. 4-34 Control and display unit.3 Operational check.2. 2-6.2 Alphanumeric entry.11 True heading. 1-3 Differences between models. preparation for.3 B Barometric pressure entry. 2-6. 2-2 Removal. operator’s.4 Emergency procedures. purpose. 4-14 Alinement procedures. 2-6.2.2 Field altitude.4. 4-35 Index 1 . Para Subject.3 Alphanumeric.2 G Grid zone entry.7 I Course to destination. 2-1 Installation.2.4 Spheroid.2.2. IINS.TM 11-5826-302-12 ALPHABETICAL INDEX Subject.2.4 Error checking.2.2.2. 4-5 Destination coordinate entry.1 Northings.1 Area. 2-6. preparation for. placing in.4.4. see NPU Capabilities and features.2.2.8 Eastings. 2-6. 2-6.4 Area entry. 2-6. 4-30 Page descriptions.4. 1-11 Cleaning.2.4 Assembly and preparation for use. 1-9 CDU Reprocessing unpacked equipment.2. 4-22 Purpose. 2-6. 2-6.9 Destination coordinate. 2-6. 2-6.2. 2-6. 4-4 Cleaning.9 E Eastings entry.7 c Calibration (gyro bias).4.5 Adjustment of equipment.2.4. 1-12 Equipment. 1-8 Semite.4. 4-33 Shipment. 2-6. CDU. 2-9 Equipment data. 2-6.2. 2-6.

2.4 NPU Installation. 1-10 Preparation for storage or shipment.2.4. and designations. 1-5 Operating procedure. 4-29 Self test. 4-13 J Official nomenclature.4-30 Magnetic heading entry. 2-5. 2-6. 4-8. 2-5. 4-17 SDC. 4-15 Latitude entry.5 Initial adjustments. 2-8 Operation of auxiliary equipment. and reports. see NPU Northings entry.4-31 TACAN mount fuse. 4-12.1 Removal. 4-7. 4-26 0 TACAN RT. 2-6.3 Mounts Installation. 2-6. 4-28 self test. 1-1. 4-29 Loading procedure. 4-6 Mounts. 1-4 Present position entry.2.3 Magnetic variation entry.Continued Subject. IINS.2.4-32 Test equipment required. 4-27 Removal. 4-33 PMCS procedures. Para Subject. 1-1. 4-17 Installation CDU.4-28 Removal. 2-6. 4-6 Integrated inertial navigation system. 4-23 Navigation processor unit. 4-9. 4-6 Tools required. common names. 4-25 N CDU lamps. 1-14 Index 2 .2.2. 4-10. see IINS Interconnections. records. 2-6 Operation in unusual weather.TM 11-5826-302-12 ALPHABETICAL INDEX . 2-1 Jamming and ECM procedures. 1-2 Manual scope. 2-6. 2-5. 4-11.2.2 Principles of operation. 2-6.4.1 Initial adjustments and self test 2-5 Initial adjustments.4.5 Maintenance forms. 4-27 CDU knobs.4-29 NPU fuses.2 Manually entered field altitude.4 Longitude entry.1 Self test. 2-6. 2-10 P K L Placing IINS in service. 4-9. 2-6. Para M Unpacking instruction 4-3 Inflight procedures.4-28 Materials required. 4-22 Operator’s controls and indicators.1 Preoperational procedures.4-27 NPU.2 INS Installation 4-8. 4-24 INS. 2-6. 2-6.4. 1-1 Type.6 Model number and equipment name.4 Location and description of major components. 2-7 Operational check. 4-7.

2.2 Typical data entry. 1-1 SDC Installation. 2-6.2 Handling. 4-11. 4-19 TACAN RT.TM 11-5826-302-12 ALPHABETICAL INDEX .4. 2-6. 1-13. Para Signal data converter. care. 4-32 CDU. 4-19 Self test.11 TACAN RT Installation.3 u Unpacking instructions. 4-2 Shutdown procedure.3 Shipment. 4-31 TACAN mount fuse. 4-30 CDU knobs. 1-13. 2-6. 4-28 Mounts.1 Scope. 1-4 T Removal TACAN data entry procedure. 1-1. Para Purpose of equipment.12 TACAN station magnetic variation entry. 1-7 x Removal. see SDC Spheroid entry. 4-26 TACAN RT. and handling. 2-5. 4-27 NPU. 1-1. 4-17 SDC.2. 2-6. preparation for. 2-6. 2-6. 4-18 INS.3 Type of manual. 4-25 CDU lamps. 4-23 SDC. 2-6.10 TACAN station position entry. 4-31 Y Self test. 4-3 v w Warranty information. 2-6. preliminary. and materials required for installation. preparation for. 4-24 INS.4 purpose of IINS.4 TACAN station channel entry.4. 1-13. 4-29 NPU fuses. test equipment.6 Index 3/(Index 4 blank) .2.2. 4-6 True heading entry. 1-13 Care. 4-19 Servicing of equipment. 1-6 s Safety. 4-32 Reporting equipment improvement recommendations. 4-14 Service upon receipt of material. I-4 Storage. 4-32 Self test.2. 4-19 Tools.2 z CDU.3 Safety.Continued Subject. 1-8 Q R Subject. 4-31 Removal. 4-12.

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