(15) Install the elevation data cable from receptacle connector J2 on the antenna pedestal to the connector on
the elevation drive assembly. Wrap the cable around the elevation drive support casting and extension as illustrated in
Figure 5-2. Secure the cable to the support casting with a cable clamp and associated hardware.
(16) Install the cable from the elevation drive assembly to the polarization unit. Secure the cable to the feed
support assembly with the furnished spiral wrap.
(17) Install the rf cables to the log-periodic dipole feed. Secure the cable to feed support assembly with the
furnished spiral wrap.
5. CONTROL UNIT INSTALLATION PROCEDURES
ANTENNA CONTROL POWER SUPPLY - The Antenna Control Power Supply is a 10-1/2-inch high,
standard 19-inch wide, panel-mounted unit. The chassis extends 19 inches behind the panels and is slide mounted. The
slides extend 22-5/16 inches behind the panel so that overall depth of the assembly is 24 inches. The Antenna Control
Power Supply weighs about 65 pounds.
B. ANTENNA POSITION CONTROL INDICATOR - The Antenna Position Control Indicator is a seven-inch high,
standard 19-inch wide, panel-mounted unit. The chassis extends about 22 inches behind the panels and is slide
mounted. The control indicator slides extend 22-5/16 inches behind the panel so the overall depth is 24 inches. The
Antenna Position Control Indicator weighs about 40 pounds.
C. SCOPE - (Data to be supplied later) D. INSTALLATION - Installation of the units consists of engaging the slides,
in the proper position, with the chassis tracks in the furnished racks and sliding them into place. The panel and chassis
assemblies are held in place with standard type, number 10-32 thread, knurled and slotted head captive screws.
Interconnect the units to the systems as shown in Figure 2-7.
A. When the antenna pedestal is completely installed, level the pedestal in accordance with the following
Unless otherwise specified, the figure references contained in the following steps are in