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LESSON
BASIC SCHEMATIC INTERPRETATION
LEARNING OBJECTIVE
Actions:
a.
Identify the symbols used in typical schematic
diagrams of Army technical manuals.
b.
Describe
the
characteristics
and
circuit
functions of electrical and electronic components
used in Army fire control instruments.
c.
Wire  trace  a  circuit  using  the
procedures
specified in an Army technical manual.
Conditions:
You will be given the subcourse booklet with extracts
from TM 9-5855-267-24.
Standards:
You  will  perform  the  wire  tracing
procedures
in
accordance with TM 9-5855-267-24.
INTRODUCTION
One of the essential elements of an effective unit is the ability to
effectively repair malfunctioning equipment and return it to service
quickly.  For the fire control systems repairer (MOS 45G), this often
means the adjustment, replacement, or repair of the electrical and
electronic components within the fire control instruments and their
associated test equipment.  In order for the technician to understand
the operation of the equipment and the procedures for troubleshooting
and repair, he must be able to identify components and understand how
they function within that particular circuit.
He must also be able
to trace signals through and between circuits.
This lesson identifies typical symbols used in Army technical manuals
for electrical and electronic systems.  It describes their functional
operation in circuit application.
It also provides an exercise in
wire tracing, using the procedures specified by TM 9-5855-267-24.
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