Recondition Battery Guide
The M767A1 functions the same as the M767 but contains improved capabilities. The fuze ogive can be rotated bi-directionally to provide quicker manual setting. The LCD readout for PD is simplified to diminish the probability for manual setting errors. A battery bleed-down circuitry is added to facilitate render safe procedures. The fuze electronics is improved to provide more robustness in the operational environment and faster power on rise time for quicker response to autoset commands. The fuze can be passively interrogated by an autosetter to ascertain battery status and previously loaded setting data. For the M767A1, the booster pellet composition is changed from Comp A5 to PBXN-5.
The AN PAS-13 (V2) medium thermal weapon sight (MTWS) and the AN PAS-13 (V3) heavy thermal weapon sight (HTWS) (Figure 2-34) are silent, lightweight, compact, and durable battery-powered infrared imaging sensors that operate with low battery consumption. (Both the MTWS and the HTWS are referred to henceforth as a singular thermal weapon sight TWS ). The TWS is capable of target acquisition under conditions of limited visibility such as darkness, smoke, fog, dust, and haze. The TWS operates effectively at night and can also be used during the daytime. The TWS is composed of two functional groups the telescope (1) and the basic sensor (2).
If the case-hardening is very thin it can often be penetrated with a heavy center-punch. In this case, the hole center is carefully marked and the center-punch placed thereon and struck a heavy blow. The drill is then started at low speed, using turpentine for a lubricant, and as long as the point of the drill does not contact the steel, the lips of the drill will cut. The center-punch is driven into the hole several times, as the drilling proceeds, so that the center of the hole is kept depressed below the reach of the drill point. Another method to drill this case-hardening is to soften it with heat at the points to be drilled. The best method to do this is by using an automobile storage battery. Use two heavy cables, such as old starter cables attach one cable to some part of the receiver with a heavy cable clip or a clamp and attach a sunlamp carbon to the loose end of the other cable (the positive lead is best for this) and touch this carbon point to one of the spots to be...
The AN PAQ-4 aiming light (Figure G-5) is activated by rotating the ON OFF switch lever or the button on the optional cable switch. Either switch connects power from two AA batteries to an internal electronic circuit, which produces the infrared laser. Internal lenses focus the infrared light into a narrow beam. Rotating the mechanical adjusters with click detents controls the direction of the beam. These adjusters are used to zero the aiming light to the weapon. Once zeroed to the weapon, the aiming light projects the beam along the line of fire of the weapon. The optical baffle prevents off-axis viewing of the aiming light beam by the enemy. vision device used for observation.) Battery life 100-hour operating (ON) time for AA batteries in temperatures above 0 degrees centigrade (32 degrees Fahrenheit) 36-hours for temperatures below 0 degrees centigrade (32 degrees Fahrenheit).
The gun and linkless feed system are externally powered for maximum reliability. This external power is provided by a battery pack, located within the pod. Only control voltage and a battery trickle recharge voltage are required from the aircraft. If desired, the pod may also be fired using aircraft power.
The L7 LumaMax gives you the advantages of a rechargeable plus the advantages of a 5-watt LED light source. Specifically, low operating costs, no filament to burn out or break from mechanical shock, efficient use of battery power, and an extended runtime. Light output is 100 lumens for 2.5 hours, making it perfect for heavy-duty nightly use or as a home general-use flashlight. To turn on the L7, press the tailcap switch for momentary-on, rotate the head for constant-on. The rugged aluminum body is hard-anodized in black or olive drab, your choice. Available as a kit with two Ni-Cad rechargeable batteries, a Rapid SmartCharger, an AC power transformer, and a DC automotive accessory socket adapter.
When switched to the EMERGENCY mode, the HWTS continuously applies power to the entire system. This allows the operator to bypass the three-second delay experienced when switching from the STANDBY to the ON mode. Since power is applied to the entire system while in the emergency mode, battery life is greatly reduced.
(4) LOW (14) when battery power has about 15 minutes of useful power left with go-to-war batteries. (13) The COOLDOWN PERIOD INDICATORS blink the first 10 seconds after the system is turned on. After 10 seconds, the NOT COOL indicator is lit and the POLARITY, EMERGENCY, and LOW BATTERY indicators function normally. The DISPLAY RASTER displays the thermal image with a superimposed reticle.
NOTE This report deals with the Soviet 4-shot, 6.25mm and 2-shot, 8-mm semi-automatic cigarette case weapons. It is the last of two reports concerning Soviet weapons recently smuggled into the Western Zone of Germany for assassination purposes. To avoid the possibility of having the weapons discovered, and thus disclosing the intended plot, the weapons did not accompany Source upon his entrance into West Germany. Instead, they were cleverly smuggled into the zone via Sov Zone of Austria by means of first wrapping them in pliofilm, next wrapping them with electrical tape, then dipping them into a mixture of tar and asphalt, and finally placing them in the bottom of an automobile battery. This batter, which had been especially prepared by having the lower half of its plates removed, was reassembled, sealed and filled with electrolyte.
Batteries, collapsible tubes, bullets, lead shot, insoluble anodes. Type metals, bearings, special casting alloys Grids of industrial storage batteries, tape to separate double Storage batteries, paints, ceramic industry, lubricants, lead storage battery hardening, heat treating baths Pyrotechnics, green flares, tracer bullets, primers, detonators Barium meal X-rays, anti-diarrhoeal and demulcent powder, manufacture of linoleum, oilcloth, storage battery, rubber, cosmetics face powder, paint and pigments, oil well treatment, paint filler Transducer crystal used in sonar equipment, record pick-up cartridge and other electronic equipment
The AN PAS-13A (V2) medium weapon thermal sight (MWTS) (Figure F-14) are silent, lightweight, compact, and durable battery-powered infrared imaging sensors that operate with low battery consumption. Battery life (BA 5347 at 62 degrees F) F-30. When switched to the EMERGENCY mode, the TWS continuously applies power to the entire system. This allows the operator to bypass the three-second delay experienced when switching from the STANDBY to the ON mode. Since power is applied to the entire system while in the emergency mode, battery life is greatly reduced. The display of the TWS (Figure F-18, page F-14) is divided into two portions the status indicator and the raster. The status indicator indicates low battery, polarity of raster (black hot or white hot), emergency mode selection, system not cooled, zoom, and FOV selected. Displayed on the raster are the thermal scene, reticle zeroing position, and reticle identifier. The TWS provides various reticles corresponding to the systems...
SureFire warrants our illumination tool products to be free from defect in workmanship and materials, including any LEDs housed within, for the lifetime of the original owner. We will repair, replace, or refund your original purchase price of this product, at our discretion, if it is determined by us to be defective. Electronics, chargers, and rechargeable batteries are covered for a period of two years with proof of purchase. Normal wear and tear including lamps burning out, batteries draining, and switches wearing out is not covered, nor is damage resulting from abuse, neglect, battery leakage, use of other than SureFire-brand batteries or accessories, or altering this product from its original state. SureFire offers a 10-year limited warranty in any country or under any jurisdiction where specific restrictions exist on limited lifetime warranties.
Your Drozd has a BATTERY LOADING AREA COVER. It has a orange cover that slides down (away from the barrel) and then pivots up (away from the front of the Air Gun). The Air Gun requires six AA batteries, three facing into the Air Gun (Positive side in) and three facing out of the Air Gun (Positive side out). The batteries that face out of the Drozd are on the side which has the On Off switch Thus, the batteries that face into the Drozd are on the cycle seed side. (See Fig 11.11a. 11b)
(A) Variable rheostat mounted on eyepiece. To install the battery unscrew the battery compartment cap counter clockwise using a coin or screwdriver while holding the rheostat to prevent it from rotating. Place a new battery (CR2032 Panasonic or equivalent) positive (+) side up or facing you. Replace and tighten the cap. (B) Integrated reticle illumination parallax adjustment system. To install the battery unscrew the battery compartment cap counter clockwise while holding the parallax adjustment to prevent it from rotating. Place a new battery (CR2032 Panasonic or equivalent) positive (+) side up or facing you. Replace and tighten the cap.
The M762A1 functions the same as the M762 but contains improved capabilities. The fuze ogive can be rotated bi-directionally to provide quicker manual setting. The LCD readout for PD is simplified to diminish the probability for manual setting errors. A battery bleed-down circuitry is added to facilitate render safe procedures. The fuze electronics is improved to provide more robustness in the operational environment and faster power on rise time for quicker response to autoset commands. The fuze can be passively interrogated by an autosetter to ascertain battery status and previously loaded setting data.
This air rifle is subject to one-year total warranty covering every manufacturing defect. Any damage resulting from incorrect handling or unusual wear will be excluded from the warranty. Our warranty obligations are automatically void if the rifle has been disassembled. Only the removal of the butt plate for the replacement of the storage battery and the adjustment of the trigger screw are allowed. 52. Battery-charger 220 V 50 Hz Battery-charger 240 V 50 Hz Battery-charger 110 V 60 Hz
F) STORAGE BATTERY SUPPLY Before using your new rifle, it is necessary to charge the storage battery (fig. 8). c) A second storage battery is available as an option. This will permit to charge is while you are using the rifle with the first battery. For that purpose, remove extension. To remove the storage battery, remove butt plate by means of a cross-headed screwdriver. Pull the storage battery back and disconnected it. When you re-install the butt plate, gently tighten the screw.
(a) The ACTUATOR switch (Figure 1-7) turns the system on and off. This four-position switch allows the gunner to evaluate the operating condition of the nightsight. It is normally set to the OFF-LOCK position. Rotating the switch to the AIR-BATT-CHECK position allows the gunner to check the condition of the coolant cartridge and battery. If the indicator light is off and the coolant cartridge and battery conditioner are good, the gunner rotates the switch to the ON position to operate normally.
Illumination is activated by pulling the adjustment knob (5). Deactivate the illumination by pushing the knob towards the riflescope housing. Brightness can be increased by turning the knob clockwise. Brightness can be reduced by turning the knob counter clockwise. It is a smooth adjustment with a pre-defined minimum and maximum and there is no mechanical stop. As soon as the brightness is adjusted to environmental influences, the illumination can be turned off. The illumination setting is now saved, even when the illumination knob (5) is in the off position. When the illumination is turned on again, it returns to the set brightness level. If the reticle illumination adjustment knob is not used for 3 hours, the illumination automatically turns off. A low battery is indicated by a flashing reticle.
The gun control electronics contains all of the logic and control electronics required to safely arm, fire, and clear the gun. The gun control electronics also contains the loading control circuitry and the battery charging circuitry. The gun control electronics are packaged in a three-way cabinet assembly which is mounted on one of the drum supports.
Do not attempt to use any other manufacturer's battery charger, transformer or adapter to recharge the Dominator 10X Ni-Cd Battery. Recharge the battery at room temperatures 680F to 860F (200C to 300C) to avoid potentially reducing battery capacity. After extended and or high temperature storage, all Ni-Cd batteries may only accept a partial charge even with full recharging time. The capacity returns to normal after one to three charge discharge cycles. The Ni-Cd battery is an integral component of the 10X Body and is not removable in the field. It is designed to provide years of service however, in the event battery replacement is required, return the 10X Dominator to the factory for replacement.
PROCEDURE The 10X Dominator features a Charging Channel containing the electrical contacts for Ni-Cd battery charging. This Charging Channel is a groove normally hidden within the Head of the 10X. The Charging Channel must be exposed so the 10X can be mounted on the Charger Head.
The current is usually supplied by storage batteries and passes through rheostats and ammeters connected in the circuits of each of the clectro-magncts, By means of the rheostats and ammeters, the strength of the currcnt and consequendy of the magnetic fields can be equalized in both magnets, so that each will lose its magnetism at the same speed when the circuit is broken.
When switched to the EMERGENCY mode, the MWTS continuously applies power to the entire system. This mode allows the operator to bypass the 3-second delay experienced when switching from the STANDBY to the ON mode. Since power is applied to the entire system while in the emergency mode, battery life is greatly reduced.
DIY Battery Repair
You can now recondition your old batteries at home and bring them back to 100 percent of their working condition. This guide will enable you to revive All NiCd batteries regardless of brand and battery volt. It will give you the required information on how to re-energize and revive your NiCd batteries through the RVD process, charging method and charging guidelines.