INSTALLATION AND OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
Section I. SERVICE UPON RECEIPT OF EQUIPMENT
a. Packaging Data. When packed for ship-
ment, the power supply is placed in protective
material and packed in a wooden packing case.
A typical wooden packing case and its contents
feet and the total weight is 372 pounds.
Avoid personal injury. Power Supply
PP-4606B/G weighs 325 pounds; be careful
when moving. A mechanical lift is required.
(1) Cut and remove the metal straps (4).
(2) Remove the nails that secure the sides of the
wooden case (3) to the mounting base (11).
(3) Lift the wooden packing case off the base.
(4) Remove the packing material and lift the
power supply from the mounting base.
(5) Stow all loose material in the wooden packing
(6) Using the handle and the wheels, wheel the
power supply to the area where it is to be used.
2-2. Checking Unpacked Equipment
a. Inspect the equipment for damage that may have
occurred during shipment. If the equipment has been
damaged, fill out and forward SF 364 (para 1-3b).
b. Check to see that the equipment is complete as
listed on the packing slip. If a packing slip is not
available, check the equipment against the chart in
with TM 38-750. The equipment should be placed in
service even though a minor assembly or part that does
not affect proper functioning is missing.
c. Check to see whether the equipment has been
2-3. Input Power Connections
modified. If the equipment has been modified, the
MWO number will appear on the front panel, near
The ac power input electrical connections are
the nomenclature plate. Check also to see whether all
made by authorized installation personnel;
MWO'S current at the time the equipment is placed in
they should be protected with a fuse and
use have been applied.
c o n t r o l l e d by an e x t e r n a l switch for
convenient removal o f power during
Current MWO's applicable to the equipment
are listed in DA Pam 310-4.