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Chart 4-3. Power Sources


TM 11-5895-458-14
CHAPTER 4
ASSEMBLAGE DESCRIPTION AND DATA
4-1.
General Characteristics
weatherproofing.
Chart 4-1 indicates the
a. The assemblages of the Low Capacity
shelter or trailer type number, and the shelter
Tactical Radio Relay System are air or
or trailer facility type number (modified shelter
vehicular transportable.  These assemblages
or trailer) for each assemblage, and the type of
utilize  fully  insulated  and  weatherproof
vehicle required for transportation.
b. The dimensions of the shelter or trailer
modified lightweight field and mobile shelters
of  aluminum  stressed  skin  foam-core
facilities are the same as the shelter and are
provided in chart 4-2.
construction, with the exception of the trailer
mounted assemblages which have a tarpaulin
cover which provides complete
Chart 4-1. Shelter Characteristics
Shelter or
Shelter or
Assemblage
Vehicle
trailer
trailer facility
type No.
(ton)
type No.
type No.
S-260/G
S-333/TCC-65
AN/TCC-66
1
S-250/G
S-335/TRC-113
AN/TRC-113
1
S-369/GRC
V-397/MRC-116(V)
AN/MRC-115(V)
S-369/GRC
V-415/MRC
AN/MRC-126 or
AN/MRC-127.
S-250/G
S-390/TRC-145
AN/TRC-146
1
Chart 4-2. Shelter Dimensions
assemblages. Each assemblage has facilities
Shelter or
Maximum outside dimensions (in.)
for local telephone and intercommunication
trailer
facilities. The interior temperature of the
type No.
Length
Width
Height
assemblages may be maintained relatively
constant by the heaters and exhaust blowers
S-250/G
86
79
70
and  by  the  use  of  trailer-mounted  air
S-260/G
86
79
70
conditioners.
Exterior  views  of  each
S-369/GRC
108
63
66
assemblage are shown in figure 4-1 through 4-
c. All components of the assemblages are
19.
mounted in equipment racks that are secured
to the floor and walls of the shelter or trailer
NOTE
facilities. Mounting and storage facilities are
On
the
trailer
mounted
provided in each assemblage for storing signal
assemblages  overhead  swivel
and power cable reels and spare parts.
lights  are  mounted  on  the
Fluorescent light fixtures are mounted on the
tarpaulin  support  frame  for
ceilings of the assemblages to provide primary
primary lighting.  There are no
lighting.  Incandescent lights provide lighting
intercommun-ication facilities in
when the temperature is too low for the
the assemblages.  A tarpaulin
fluorescent lights to operate.  The lighting in
cover provides complete shelter
each assemblage may be controlled by a door
for the equipment. It is also used
interlock for blackout operations, or bypassed if
for
weatherproofing
when
blackout conditions are not required. All signal
equipment is operational.
and power connections are made through
d. Power (115 volts, 50 to 60 Hertz, single
entrance boxes, and routed through ductwork
on the walls of the
phase) for any of the assemblages may be
supplied from a central power source or from
an appropriate trailer-mounted power source.
The trailer-mounted power source associated
with each assemblage is indicated in chart 4-3.
4-1


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