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TO 31R2-2GRC171-2
TM 11-5820-815-14
NAVELEX 0967-LP-544-5010
SECTION III
EMERGENCY OPERATION
3-12.
EMERGENCY OPERATION.
output power from the unit is automatically reduced to
approximately 4 watts.  Should this condition occur,
3-13.
2-MINUTE WARMUP.
check the rack ventilation or provide additional ventilation
as required.
3-14.  Under emergency conditions, the 2-minute
warmup time may be omitted and the unit placed into
3-17.
BATTERY OPERATION.
immediate operation.
3-18.  With an external battery connected to the RT-
3-15.
OVERTEMPERATURE CONDITION.
980/GRC-171, if ac power failure occurs, the RT-
980/GRC-171 automatically switches to battery power
3-16.  Under extremely adverse environmental and
without an interruption to the receiver- transmitter
operating conditions the RT-980/GRC-171 may go into
operation. The unit will continue to operate on battery
the overtemperature operating mode. This condition is
power until ac power is reapplied to the receiver-
determined by setting the TEST switch to TEMP and
Radio Set AN/GRC-171 will function
observing an indication in the OVER TEMP range on the
normally on both receive and transmit operation.
TEST meter. When this condition occurs, the
3-9/(3-10 blank)


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