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TM  11-5820-890-20-2 5-2 5.1. THEORY OF OPERATION. Continued H   U   S   K    A D C B N   U   S   P A    H   U   S   K  D  C B V    F   M   K  H C C   A    D B A   C    D B A    E B D + - POWER CABLE J5 J4 J3 J2 J1 TO PA MOUNT OR SECOND RADIO MOUNTING BASE (4)   Power Supply Module.  The filtered 22 to 32 V dc is applied to power supply A1. This power supply is a dc to dc converter which takes the 22 to 32 V dc and produces the following voltages: 6.5 to 7.25 V dc 12.6 to 13.4 V dc 180.0 to 220.0 V dc Input voltages less than 22 V dc will not harm the equipment. Voltages in excess of 35 V dc are shunted to ground by the transient suppressor. All power supply output voltages (except the 27 V dc line) can withstand a short circuit up to 10 seconds. Prolonged short circuits (greater than 10 seconds) may damage the power supply. These voltages are used by RT, RCU, control monitor, and battery tray. All power supply voltages are present at power supply adapter connector J5. The CX 13291 cable connects at J5 to a power amplifier mount, however the voltage lines are disconnected. The power amplifier mount contains a power supply and does not need these voltages.


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