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Grumman Aircraft Engineering Corporation

LOG

Page No 73082

Engineer

E.DOWSE

Project

LM-5

Location

PLT 5

Time

748 PM TO 818 P.M

Title

EPS 62000 LOG

Date

195 7-13-68


  1. CHECKED IF THE FOUR #119 WIRES FROM P92 WERE
   INSTALLED AND DISCOVERED THAT
LDW280-45359 EOH4 HAD CONNECTED THESE WIRES.
     TDR'S 12+13 MAY NOW BE CLEARED WHEN A TEST
     WINDOW IS OBTAINED.

  2. DISCUSSED THE LDW410-82090 EPS c/o CONTROLLER
    PROBLEM WIHT Bob HACKMANN(063) AND DISCOVERED
    THAT THIS CUT OUT PROBLEM OF THE POWER SUPPLIES
    THAT FEED THE CPOCRC HAS EXISTED FOR SOME TIME
    AND OCCURS ONLY AFTER THE 82090 HAS BEEN ON
    FOR MANY HOURS (?) DAYS(?). THIS SEEMS TO BE
    AN INTERNALL HEAT DISSIPATION PROBLEM AND THE
    THERMAL CUTOUTS TURN OFF THESE POWER SUPPLIES.

  3. AS YET NO WINDOW HAS BEEN OBTAINED TO REMOVE
     PANEL 5 (195 : 14.13 : 45)

  4. POSSIBLE LTG PROBLEM TDR #9 OCP 62000 ECS.
        WHEN PNL 16 ΔP 4CB120 IS IN
      THE FOLLOWING CAUTION LTS
         ECS
         PRE AMPS
         RNDZ RDR
      + WARNING LIGHT
         ASC PRESS           BECOME DIM
           (NOTE THESE WERE THE ONLY LIGHTS OF
THIS TYPE ON AT THE TIME.)
             DWG. REFERECE LTS 330 -55000 SHEET 5
         AT FIRST THOUGH THIS IS A LTS LOADING PROBLEM.
            SAMUEL GREENBERG WAS PILOT AND CAN
         ANSWER QUESTIONS.
             CHECK ECS 62000 SHUTDOWN PROCEDURE
         SUGGESTION WAS MADE THAT THE LIGHTING TEST SET
         SHOULD INCLUDE AN AMMETER IN THIS CIRCUIT WITH
         A CURRENT REFERENCE THAT STATE ANY CURRENT INDICATED
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