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On the night of July 8, the night shift was prepared to test the battery feeder lines, but couldn't get the tester they needed from Q.C. The Day shift was able to get the tester, but the data seemed off. Additional testing confirmed that the tester was inaccurate. They day shift recommended that the night shift repeat the test with the accurate tester.
                  Grumman Aircraft Engineering Corporation

                               LOG                         Page No 73079

Engineer E. DOWSE / S. SARBELLO    Project LM-5           Location PLT 5   

Time 7:48AM - 8:18 PM              Title                  Date 7/8/68      

1. GENERATED STATUS REPORT ON EPS TDR'S AND SUBMITTED
   TO ROSS FLEISIG.

2. SOLD TDR'S # 16, 18, 22, 23 + 24 .

3. TDR'S # 12+#13 ARE STILL OPEN + WON'T BE
   RESOLVED UNTIL THE PROPER CONNECTION OF THE 4
   # 119 WIRES ARE CONNECTED AS PER LDW280-54359
   CONTROL # LM5-14050. THE PAD SUPERVISOR IS
   WORKING ON THIS PROBLEM.
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E. HOMBURGER
7:48PM - 8:18AM                           7/8-9/68     7/8/68

2.1. COULDN'T OBTAIN KEITHLEY MILLIOHMMETER FROM Q.C.
   (NIGHT SUPV. WOULDN'T RELEASE UNIT FOR TEST)

1.2. DREW TROUBLESHOOTING CIRCUIT FOR BAT 5 + 6 FEEDER
     LINE Ω ANALYSIS

  3. BIDLE DUCTER AVAILABLE IN PANEL SHOP BUT NO Q.C. SUPPORT.

  4. STARTED TIME/SEQUENCE CHART FOR TPER ON 6200-EPS-LM5.
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S. SARBELLO
 7:48AM -8:18PM                                       7/9/68

1. OBTAINED KEITHLEY MILLIOHMMETER FROM Q.C. MODEL #502A
   AND TOOK RESISTANCE CHECKS OF ACCESSABLE TEST POINTS
   ON TDR #3 CONTINUATION SHEET. DATA WAS QUESTIONABLE
   AND FOUND THE KEITHLEY INACCURATE WITH A KNOWN Ω
   SAMPLE. THE BIDDLE DUCTER WAS TESTED WITH SAME
   SAMPLE AND FOUND TO BE MORE ACCURATE. SAMPLE WAS A
   18 FT AWG #6 CABLE. KEITHLEY READ .016Ω,  BIDDLE
   DUCTER READ .0062Ω. SUGGEST NIGHT SHIFT USE
   THE BIDDLE DUCTER AND REPEAT THE STEPS #1 THRU#12.
   (NOTE AWG#6 APPROX 400M.Ω/FT)

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