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TEACHING NOTES ON DAIDO BLOCK INSTRUMENT
SIGNAL & TELECOMMUNICATION TRAINING CENTRE, BYCULLA, MUMBAI ( I S O 9001-2000 CERTIFIED ) 2
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1. Introduction 03 2. Special requirements 03 3. Coding principle 04 4. Different parts 05 5. Functions of relays: a) Internal 07 b) External 08 6. Special features of DAIDO block. 09 7. Position and specifications of relays 10 8. Explanation of circuits 12 9. Modification in RE area 18 10. Safety checks 19 11. Overhauling 20 3 HANDLE TYPE TOKENLESS BLOCK INSTRUMETNT FOR SINGLE LINE INTRODCUTION: It is a single line Block Instrument (modified instrument) designed to work on Modulated frequency (Carrier frequency 1800 Hz or 2700 Hz) and modulating frequency (65 Hz and 85 Hz) having so many advantage over Token block Instrument to increase section capacity in single line. A pair of block Instruments are connected electrically through overhead or cable to control a single line Block section. Advantages over token Block Instrument: 1. Operating Time less. 2. No token exchanging time that required in Token Instrument. 3. Physical strain less. 4. Problem like token missing, token balancing, and census of token recoupment or lost token or damaged token. 5. Avoidable detention is minimized.
C. only to set the other instrument at TOL. as the case may be. When permission to approach for train to leave block station has been received from block station ahead ³Train going To´ at the sending station. µR¶ to line closed and leaving (L) to line closed. When a train has entered the block section ³Train on Line´ at both sending and receiving stations. (-) ve on L1 ± Bell. 2. Block Handle: Block Handle is locked in three positions: in µNormal¶. Modulated with 65Hz. 1800 OR 2700 Hz. fitted with visual indicators giving the following indications:1. in addition to ³Train Going To´ or ³Train coming from´ indications. e) A control to ensue that the Outer and Home or the Distant and Home Signals. 2. SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS On sections where token less block working is to be introduced. µR¶ (Receiving) and µL¶ (Leaving) position . b) A control to ensure that the last stop signal at the sending station cannot be taken µOFF¶ until the receiving station instrument has to be operated to the ³Train coming From´ position / condition and the sending station instrument to the ³Train Going to´ position/condition. Modulated with 65 Hz. c) A control to ensue that the last stop signal of the block station is replaced to ³ON´ by the entry of the train into the block section and is maintained in that position until the train has cleared the block section and the instruments are put back to the ³Line Closed´ condition and again set as in clause (b) above. d) A control to ensure that the instruments are set to the ³train on line´ condition at both sending and receiving stations when the train passes the last stop signal and enters the block section. . When permission to approach for train to leave a block station in rear has been given ³Train coming from´ at the receiving station. 1800 or 2700 Hz modulated with 85Hz & DC (+)ve on L1 To operate the block handle from line closed to receiving ®. CODING PRINCIPLES: 1. When the instruments are normal and there is no train in the block section ³Line Closed´ at both stations.It is free to turn between (X-Y).6. D. DIFFERENT PARTS OF THE INSTRUMENT: 1. (R-D) & (L-B). and the opposing last stop signal are proved to ³ON´ to receive and dispatch any code except automatic ³Train on Line´ code and the bell signals. f) A control to ensure that the opposing last stop signal of the block section can not be taken ³OFF´ at one and the same time. 5 4. 3. No question of maintaining normal polarity /Reverse Polarity instrument. 4 3. 1800 OR 2700 Hz. the following equipments must be provided: a) One pair of instruments for each block section. & DC (+) ve on L1 to operated the Block handle from line closed to leaving (L) position. 4.
C. Push Button PB1: When only PB1 is pressed i) DC (-) ve on L1 for Bell ii) Dc (+) ve on L1 for TOL acknowledgement. Switch-1 (S1) ± With counter: S1 is reversed for normal cancellation and counter offers the next higher number. Initial Position Of B/H F. 12. 5.Sounds when the train arrived completely with proper signal and sequence at the Receiving station and stops by normalizing the Home signal SM¶s slide/lever. Transmitter: Transmits a frequency-modulated output (1800 or 2700 Hz) it gives DC output to pick up CR1 or CR2 when connected with local battery. SM¶S KEY: When it is taken out the instrument becomes inoperative except . Single Stroke Bell: It sounds when BLR or NR picks up and used for exchanging Bell Code. 6. TOL Indicator: Display white indication when the Block section is clear and display Red indication with writing ³Train on Line´ when the train entered into the Block section and it holds magnetically. 11. check is effective in (X) position. 4. 13. BZ2. Receiver: Receivers modulated frequency (1800 or 2700 with 65 or 85 Hz) it gives DC output to pick up CR1 or CR2 when connected with local battery. Voltage required On L1 Lock Magnet Final Position Of B/H µN¶ 85 Hz.--do-. Push Button PB2: PB2 is pressed always along with PB1 to pick up PBPR in turn. & D. it changes to µgreen¶ with writing µFREE¶ after 120 seconds. 6 7. II) For sending (+) ve on L1. & (+) ve Energized µR¶ µR¶ --do-. Switch 2 ± (S2) with counter: Push Back cancellation is performed immediately after reversing the S2 and the counter offers the higher number. 3.M.For turning from µNormal¶ to TCF. Buzzer: BZ1 ± Sounds at both stations when the train entered into the Block Section and stops after acknowledgement by the pressing PB1 at the Receiving Station. & (+) ve --do-.µN¶ µN¶ 65 Hz. 10. 8. Galvo: Indicates incoming and outgoing DC current. Time Release Indictor: Normally shows µwhite¶ with writing µLOCKED¶ and when S1 is reversed for normal cancellation. I) Transmitter is connected with local battery to transmit modulated frequency. 9.µN¶ 2.µL¶ µL¶ 85 Hz & (+) ve --do-.
single stroke Bell sounds and lock magnet energized through its pick up contact. 11. BLR . 9. CR1 (Coding Relay): Picks up when the receiver received FM85 Hz modulated with 1800 Hz/2700 Hz carrier frequency. Impedance switch: It is also a three position switch provided on the back of the transmitter to suit the proper impedance matching. III) Extraction and Insertion of this key is only possible when SM¶s key is IN and turned.for: I) Reception of Bell code. TOLR: Picks up when ITPR drops i. after a specified time (120 sec. IR: It proves the normal condition of reception signal and last stop signal levers and SM¶s slide. 8 5. 4. Shunting Key: I) It can be removed only when instrument is in i) µN¶ ii) µL¶ 7 II) When the shunting key is out the Block handle becomes mechanically inoperative. i) 600 ohms for overhead. II) Reception or transmission of TOL code. 14. 2. iii) 1120 ohms for optic fiber. NR ± It is also a biased Relay and pick up when µ+¶ve on L1 and µ-µve on L2 is received from the line. ITPR: This is a repeater of LSS Track Relay (ITR).It is a biased relay and picks up when µ+¶ ve on L2 and ±ve on L1 is received from the line and the single stroke Bell sounds through the pick up contacts of BLR. 7. it helps to energize lock magnet for turning the Block Handle from N to R. Attenuator: One Tough switch and another fine switch are provided on the back of receiver for adjusting the incoming db loss up to 28 db. 6.e. CR2 (Coding Relay): Picks up when the Receiver received FM 65 Hz modulated with 1800hz/2700 Hz. 15. 2R: Picks up after compete arrival of the train with proper sequence. 10. It connects DC (+)ve on L1 and (-)ve on L2 and transmitter to the local battery. TRSR: Train sending Relay: Picks up when the Block handle is turned to µL¶ position. ii) 1300 ohms for cable. medium & high. 3R: Cancellation Relay: When S1 is turned for normal cancellation. 17. It maintains the ³one line clear one train´. Level Adjust Switch: It is provided in the back or Transmitter to adjust the level low. the train occupies the LSS tracks provided TRSR should be pick up. Function of the following Relays housed within the Block Instrument 1. R to N & L to N. It helps to energize the lock magnet for turning the Block Handle from N-L. 16. 3. PBPR ± Picks up when PB1 & PB2 pressed simultaneously or only PB1 with TOLR pick up condition during TOL code transmission. 8.) delay it picks up and the µFREE¶ indicator energized .
7. SNR: Signal Normal Relay: Proving only signal levers normal condition. the electronic timer relay gives output of 24 v after a specified time delay (120 sec. whereas back contact has been proved to the receiver circuit to guard against receiving its own F. 2. Similarly. Front Contact of PBPR Relay is not proved in DC feed circuit to the transmitter but the same is taken in TOLR Front contact NR Relay back contact with the block handle at L position. back contact of CR1 and CR2 relay have been proved in the DC feed circuit transmitted to ensure that no code except the code of bell signals can be generated unless the code relays are de-energized. Through its picks up contact 2R picks up. To receive the TOL code. Pressed contact of the PB2 button in the D. 3. 12. the Dc feed circuit is taken via 2R Relay back contact with the block handle ³R´ position. Similarly for the receiver to be in readiness. SPEICIAL FEATURE OF DAIDO TOKENLESS BLOCK INSTRUMENT 1. feed circuit of the transmitter proves the positive action taken to energize PBPR Relay for transmitting modulated frequency along with DC. 4. Similarly in the PBPR circuit back contact of CR1 and CR2 relays have been provided to ensure that PBPR relay will not be energized while receiving modulated frequencies. 14. TAR: Train Arrival Relay: Picks up after complete arrival of the train with proper sequence. When the block handle operation is initiated.through its pick up. .M. Since TOL code has to be transmitted automatically as soon as a train occupies FVT. To ensure that the relays ³NR´ and ³BLR´ are not picked up simultaneously. 3. 9 4.) which in turn picks up the TEPR. ASR: Advance Starter Relay: It picks up with the picking up of TRSR. Timer Relay: It is an electronic type relay used for pick up of TEPR relay after 120 seconds time delay in case of normal cancellation. TELR: Telephone Relay type for Resistance 70 ohms. External Relays: 1. 2. C. 13. Thus minimizing battery consumption. HSR: Home Signal Control relay. 5. TER: Once S1 is turned for normal cancellation. back contact of NR relay is proved in BLR circuit. output modulated frequency transmitted. Front contact of PBPR Relay has been proved in the DC feed circuit of transmitter. 6. back contact of CR1 relay is proved to energize CR2 relay and similarly back contact of CR2 relay is proved to energize CR1 relay. 10 8. To ensure that the relay CR1 and CR2 are not be energized at the same time. Block handle contacts (BX) and (DY) are included in the DC feed circuit to the receiver so that the DC feed to the receiver is switched on only. SM¶s key contact has not been proved in the DC feed circuit of Transmitter for transmitting and receiving of automatic TOL code to ensure that the TOL indicator will display. picks up when switch of hand micro telephone is pressed and in turn it connects the telephone on line and also disconnect the Tx & Rx from the frequency line. immediately the block sections occupied irrespective of the position of the SM¶s key.
L. 8F/8B. 931.9. which ensures that during conversation on telephone.8B 2. ³Transmitter´ and ³Receiver´ are connected to line through the back contact of TELR relay. SPEC BR NO.345 ohms 7. T R S R R1 . 2 R 11 8. Similarly. DIFFERENT COLOUR CODE FOR INTRNAL WIRING COLOUR . N R ] Code ± 026. the telephone set is connected to the lines through the front contact of TELR relay. And released stick circuit as through the back contact of TRSR relay. T E P R 2. R-215 ohms 1. 3 R 1. T O L R IRS NO. S-23 2. S-34. 930 5.350 ohms. code. NO. P B P R SPEC. S-34.24V DC. C R 2 Code . T P R ] Style QNA1. Electronic Timer.Plug in miniature telephone type Relay. 932 AC immunized biased IRS No. 022. 5-23 6. 8F/B R: . SOURCE OF POWER: B24VDC = Battery for token less internal circuit B24VDC = Battery for IR. no code is transmitted or received. TELRs. IRS No.Local Source (+) .002 4. S-348. C R 1 Style QN1 ± 8F ± 8B 3. ITPR B x 2 ] Voltage depends on line resistance B 2 ] Line Battery and adjustment for circulating rated N 2 ] current of NR relay at other end.O. TOLR relay is made slow to release since its energizing circuit is through the front contact of TRSR. spec. 11. Feed is taken through the back contact of CR1 and CR2 relays to ensure that during Transmission and reception of code the telephone is disconnected. by the transmitter and receiver respectively at either end. B L R ] Style QBA1 ± 8F . BR No. Code No. I R ] Resistance: 215 ohms TERs . 1 Hot & 1 Cold contacts. AC Immunized. I T P R IR2T3R RELAY SPECIFICATION 1. POSITION OF RELAYS IN RELAY RACK TEPRCR1CR2 PBPRBLRNR T O L R T R S R.DESCRIPTION RED . Cross protection to the lock Magnet is given through the CR1 and CR2 back contacts. 10. The back contact of TOLR is included in the TELR pick up circuit to ensure that the telephone circuit is disconnected the moment TOLR pick up to transmit T.
2 110 2 BELL COIL 310 77 24 L. the BLR at B station does not pick up as the current is in the opposite directions on the other hand with the PBPR at station picking up.Block Line Circuit BROWN . a current flows through a circuit. The NR at B station pick up through the following circuit in the line circuit (See Fig. Then a direct current (-) flows to B station to pick up the BLR at B station.COIL 310 77 24 TER 200 120 24 TOLK 1) 1st coil 200 + 200 ohms Resistor 60 24 2) 2nd Coil 500 + 470 ohms Resistor 24 24 EXPLANATION OF CIRCUITS A) NORMAL OPERATION: Normally. Then the PB1 at B station is pressed to issue an answering call to A station. In this instance.local Source (-) BLACK . The same circuit as described operates to ring the bell at µA¶ station. all the relays except for ITPR and IR are dropped away.M.BLUE . When a train is leaving from A station to B station. 13 4) Push-button PB1 and PB2 are pressed simultaneously at A station to send a code of signal with both buttons being maintained in pressed down position. A current flows to the following circuit to pick up the PBPR (SEE FIG. 37 to the line side isolation . shunting (SH). With the BLR picking up.Relays Circuit for Reverser Control YELLOW . with no current flowing in the block line and the concerned signals and levers are in normal position (Fig.Transmitter and Receiver Circuit GREEN . 3) Arrangements are made between A station and B station over the telephone. the SM key. the SM key is turned on at B station. In the keying circuit of Tx a modulated current F1 flows to terminals 34. 4) the bell rings even if the SM key at µB¶ station is not ³OFF´ position. 5) with the PBPR picking up. 2) Upon receipt of a call signals.Other Circuit 12 RESISTANCE AND CURRENT PARTS Resistance in Ohms Working Current in mA Working Voltage In Volt GALVO 18. (see fig.Relays and Lock Magnet Circuit WHITE . a source voltage is applied to the transmitter (Tx). cancellation key (S1) and push back key (S2) are all in normal position. the block handle is in intermediate position. 1) Turning the SM key at A station completes a circuit. Push Button PB1 is pressed to give an audio call signal to B station. II. the TOL and time release indicator are white and the Needle indicator indicates zero position. In this case. 5 to 8). 1).
15 to 16). . 13 & 14) local and incoming circuit at µB¶ (Fig. 12. With the TOLR picking up. 10). 23). Upon receipt of a direct current (+) and a modulated current F2 the NR and CR2 at A station pick up with the bell ringing one time because of the NR picking up turning the block handle as far as the X point at this time causes the TRSR to pick up (fig. 1T then 1TR and 1TPR drop away. TOLR picks up. 21). As the TOLK is a magnetic stick type. operates through the same circuit as in A station to give an indication of train departure. An advance starter control relay ASR picks up with the ASR picking up a circuit outside the instrument is completed make it possible to take ³OFF´ the advance starter (Fig. With the TRSR picking up the handle can be released and turned to left position (TGT position) (Fig. With the PBPR picking (fig. with the TOLR dropping away.transformer. (Fig. 8). the TRSR also drops. Local and outgoing circuit at µA¶ (Fig. a modulated circuit for Tx is broken (Fig. 17 & 18). a source voltage is applied to the Tx with a keying circuit being completed a modulated current F2 flows to the line (a direct current does not flows in this instance) (Fig. 25) up a direct current (+) flows to A station through the same circuit as described in (Fig. As the bell rings one time at B station because by the NR picking up as above mentioned turning the block handle at Y releases said Block handle. 19).6) causing the NR at A station to pick up (Fig. Buzz ring (Fig. the CR2 picks up because the Rx power source is already available. Upon the receipt of a modulated current F1 the receiving relay CR1 at B station picks up (Fig. With 1TPR drops away. After confirming that the pointer of Galvanometer has turned to zero position (indicating that A station has stopped sending a code of signal) PB1 and PB2 are simultaneously pushed down at B station to send a code of signal to A station (Fig. however it is not restored to normal position. II). The TRSR having slow to release characteristics. Local and incoming circuit at µB¶ (Fig. 21). With a push button PB1. With the NR at A station picking up a stick circuit for the TOLR is broken with the TOLR dropping away and a buzzer Bz stops buzz ring (Fig. 20). 22). 23) and causing the TOLR to drop away at B with the TOLR dropping away Bz stop. being pressed to issue a call signal from A station and a push button PB1 being pressed down to answer said call signal at µB¶ station picks up through the following circuit. TOLR and Bz.22) and no modulated current F2 flows to B station thereby deenergizing CR2 at B (fig. 24). 14 When a train leaves station and outer. which can be turned to right position (TCF position) (Fig. Putting the SM slide in reverse position after turning the block handle to left position cause a relay IR to drop away. On the other hand. With a modulated current F2 being received at µB¶ station. releasing the stick circuit of TRSR drop away and bring the advance starter signal to normal (ON) position automatically. II).
33).11 (B) CANCELLATION OF ³LINE CLEAR ³ BEFORE A TRAIN ENTERS THE BLOCK SECTION: The cancellation switch S1 is put to reverse position at ³A´ station. it takes two minute for relay 3R to pick up after operated of switch S1 (fig. With 3R picking up. SM slide to normal position causes the BZ2 to stop buzz ring (fig. With the relay 2R picking up the HSR drops away and the home signal is automatically restored to Normal position. It being so arranged that the time clapsing before the energisation of the 3R is two minute. 9) with the NR and CR1 picking up it is possible to restore the handle to normal position through the same circuit as described in Fig. The NR picks up at µB¶ station causing a bell to ring (fig. Returning the handle to the B point supplies in source voltage to the receiver through the following circuit (Fig. Putting the S1 to reverse position energizes the timer through the following circuit because the TRSR has already picked up (Fig. 26). The signal send in . With the TEPR picking up the 3R is energized and made to stick and disconnect the timer circuit. Push button PB1 and PB2 are pushed down at B station to issue a code signal to A station (fig. the TEPR is energized through the output load of the timer and 5 made to stick. The NR picks up causing a bell to ring (fig. With the NR and CR1 picking up an electromagnet is energized making it possible to restore the handle to normal position the TOLR in turn energized and restored to Normal (Fig. The performance of open circuit is as described here in before within a direct current (+) and modulated current F1 flowing to B station. Push button PB1 and PB2 are pushed down at A station to send a signal of cancellations. Returning the Handle to : a. 31) Pressing down the PB1 and PB2 at A station causes a direct current (+) modulated current F1 to flow to B station. 8 to 10). The circuit is same as described in Fig. i. 8 to 10).5). At the same 15 time a Buzzer BZ2 produces a buzz ring sound to tell the train arrival restoring the HS. 29). 27).32). A direct current (+) and modulated current F1 flow to A station.e.The home signal is put to Reverse position at µB¶ station with the home SM slide being in reverse position and the IR dropping away (IR back contact is looped in instrument in HSR and ASR circuit if SM¶s normal contact is not proved in IR relay circuit) the HSR picks up through the following circuit (Fig. 16 A cancellation signal is issued from A station to B station. Upon receipt of the above-mentioned signal. In this instance the PBPR picks up at µB¶ station (fig. When a train reaches µB¶ station the BTR picks up and a relay 2R picks up through the following circuit. Point applies a source voltage to the receiver Rx causing the CR1 to pick up (Fig. a modulated current F1 flows through the keying circuit (Fig. 5. Upon the lapse of predetermined time. B station transmits a message to A station by pressing down the PB1 and PB2 simultaneously. the block handle is turned from right position to normal position.32).6 &7. The counter S1 is operated simultaneously. 32).
After restoring the switch S2 to normal position. the Home signal is put to reverse position through the control circuit of HSR (fig. Then a modulated current F1 flows from µA¶ station through the keying circuit of Transmitter at B station (fig. telephone relay TELR is inserted in series connection with relay. Transmitter/Receiver is isolated from signal line where telephone is used. (D) WHEN A TRAIN SHUNTING (AT µA¶ STATION) The block handles are put to normal position both at µA¶ station and µB¶ station.this case which is the same as above mentioned is by means of a direct current (+) and modulated current F1. notifying µB´ station over the telephone to the effect. Putting the SM slide to Normal position causes the buzzer to stop buzzing. it is handed over to the driver of a shunting train. CR2 (B) and TOLR (B) in the circuit (Fig. at B station this is done through the same circuit as in the case cancellation. Push button PB1 and PB2 are pushed down at B station to send a direct current (+) and modulated current F to A station. While telephone is used. In this instance. telephone circuit is isolated from power line. the block handle at A station and µB¶ station are in left position and right position respectively. After the SH key has been turned and taken out. The signal indicating train arrival is issued from A station to B station and push button PB1 and PB2 are pushed down. A station calls µB¶ station to obtain authorization over the telephone. To explain in detail. With the TOL buzzer stopping following are confirmed. Where modulated current is transmitted and received by TELR. Upon receipt of a direct current (+) and modulated current F1. (C) PUSH BACK OPERATION: When a train in the block section push back to departure station A in this instance. which is inserted between signal circuit and Transmitter/Receiver. Putting the push back switch S2 to reverse position at µA¶ station actuates the counter S2. the SH key is returned to the station master. 26).36). transmitter and receiver are isolated from line. (E) TELEPHONE CIRCUIT: While modulated current F1 to F2 is being transmitted or received. Upon finishing a shunting operation. Also TELR (F) is connected in series in the telephone circuit. The circuit operates in the same manner as described earlier. Upon the arrival of the pushing back train to µA¶ station the home signal is restored to normal position automatically through the same circuit as described earlier with 2R picking up and the arrival buzzer BZ2 producing a buzzing sound. the Block handle 17 can be turned from right position to normal position. The home signal lever is put to reverse position at µA¶ station. the block handle is turned to normal position from left position at A station. CR1 (B). Thus telephone circuit is isolated from signal circuit. the block handle is restored to normal position at µA¶ station.35). Upon receipt of the signal at A station after the cancellation switch S1 has been restored to normal position. who after inserting and turning the µSH¶ key to normal position. Then the signal for train arrival is issued to B station. This locks the block handle. 18 .
each requiring about 100mA current. Replacement of two numbers of QBA1 relays for BLR and NR with one number of polar relay and relaxation for use of earth return circuit are also being considered by RDSO. resulting reduction in the power supply. induced EMF under earth fault conditions will get rectified and effect their relays. REMOVAL OF CHOKE CH-1: Choke CH1 is provided (in non Re area) to prevent FM signal getting affected by the local battery. This problem is now ought to be eliminated by the use of Ac immunized 1000 ohms neutral relay instead of QBA1 relay for BLR. to prevent energisation of the line relays due to momentary discharge of condenser in the filter unit.4. the choke CH1 does not serve any purpose. in RE area. 19 3) ELIMINATION OF DIIODES AND FILTER UNIT: In the existing circuit. consequently a reduction of 2 volts in the power supply. STS/E/S-6 dated 2. 2. voltage might result in rectified DC voltage due to the presence of the blocking diodes. both NR and BLR are of QBA1 type. since both DC and FM signals are super imposed on the same pair of the line wires. This will means. since a physical pair is used for DC. provided in other block instruments. which are otherwise not required. Since diodes are used in the BLR and NR circuits. a block filter unit is connected between the block instrument and the line. to be used in RE area and suggested the following vide their letter no. They are connected in parallel and blocking diodes D1 and D2 have been used to only one relay at a time. In such case. result in increase of line current from 100mA to 112 mA. Operate the instrument without co-operation and see whether the handle goes to receiving or leaving position. In absence of filter unit the induced A.MODIFICATION REQUIRED FOR USING IN 25 KV AC RE AREAS Normally the transmitter/receiver circuit (FM signals) is super imposed on the same pair of line wires of DC circuit. however necessitated the need for use of filter units. The use of these diodes has. in any case. 2) REMOVAL OF RESISTNACE R2: Short circuit protection resistant R2 (20 ohms) may be dispensed with.91. Hence to protect the BLR and NR from AC induced voltages. The block telephone is connected to the other physical pair of the PET quad. RDSO has examined different ways of reducing the operating voltage of handle type token less block instrument. filter unit can be dispensed with. The block handle should not go to µL¶ or µR¶. Ensure that the lock and seal are intact.C. . SAFETY CHECKS IN TLBI ± HANDLE TYPE: 1. However. Removal of the choke will result in a reduction of 4 volts in the power supply in view of 100mA current flowing through the circuit. as in the case of Neale¶s type token block instrument. since this protection is not required and is not. 1. Cable and the DC circuit works in two phantoms derived from the PET quad. In RE area it is worked on a pair of conductor of PET quad of main telecom. This will however. External relays XR and YR are also used.
21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 . 5. Shunt the LSS track. 3. The Block handle should not go to line closed position. 7 of dtd . Try to operate any one instrument with co-operation and see whether the handle goes to µL¶ position.95 at BSP DIVN. Operate the instrument with co-operation and turn to ³L´ with a momentary feed. Ensure overhauling is not due ± once in 7 years. 2. Try to take µoff¶ the LSS without line clear (³L´ position of block handle). 2. 4.3. the LSS shall go back to danger automatically. the signal will not clear.01. Try to close the instrument with co-operation with a train in block section and see whether the handle goes to line closed position. 20 WITH LAST STOP SIGNAL: 1. The signal will not re-clear again unless a fresh line clear is received. Failure analysis. Both the instrument is in line-closed position. observations and suggestion as per Letter No. SIG/465/182/Pt. see that the ³L´ lock is force dropped in check lock notch and the block handle cannot be turned to ³L´ position. OVERHAULING: 1. The lock handle should not go to ³L¶ position.
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