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Page 108 - Push assembly into body as far as it will go. Slide nut into body and screw in place with wrench until tight For this operation, hold cable and shell rigid and rotate nut All dimensions are in inches To obtain the Thomas & Betts Crimp Tool contact Thomas & Betts Corp..
Page 108 - Fray shield and strip inner dielectric '32 in. Tin center conductor. Taper braid and slide nut, washer, gasket, and clamp over braid. Clamp is inserted so that its inner shoulder fits squarely against end of cable jacket. With clamp in place, comb out braid, fold back smooth as shown, and trim 3/32 'n- 'for*1 end.
Page 107 - Insert cable and parts into connector body. Make sure sharp edge of clamp seats properly in gasket. Tighten nut.
Page 108 - With clamp in place, comb out braid, fold back smooth as shown, and trim 3/32 'n- 'for*1 end. Slip contact in place, butt against dielectric, and solder. Remove excess solder from outside of contact. Be sure cable dielectric is not heated excessively and swollen so as to prevent dielectric from entering into connector body. Push assembly into body as far as it will go. Slide nut into body and screw in place with wrench until tight. For this operation, hold cable and shell rigid and rotate nut.
Page 107 - Cut off cable dielectric flush ',»" from end of jacket. Pull braid wires forward and taper toward center conductor. Place clamp over braid and push back against cable jacket. Fold back braid wires as shown, trim to proper length and form over clamp as shown. Solder contact to center conductor.
Page 11 - The size of the load, and the speed with which it must be moved, determine the type of motor to be used.
Page 107 - OF CONTACT IN PLUG SHOULD BE FLUSH WITH INSULATOR. THERE SHOULD BE A CLEARANCE OF .010 IN.
Page 225 - The information in this chapter is to be used as a guide to completely test and/or align Simulator, Radar Target Signal AN/TPA-7.