(16) Disconnect pressure nut from backshell
wire which will be connected to P1-F (fig.
and screw backshell onto pinned connector (fig. 7-7)
(17) Insert wire end from S1-3 into splice No. 1
(17) Slide reducing ring into backshell and fan
out braid so that braid sits between the reducing ring and
(18) Cut and strip a length of coaxial cable and
the pressure ring.
(18) Slide pressure ring into backshell and pull
(19) Obtain a 75-ohm, -watt, 5 resistor,
out braid from V-connection formed by pressure ring
sleeve both leads and insert into open end of splice No.
seated in reducing ring. Trim excess braid protruding
I which is crimped to wire from S1-3 (fig. 726).
(20) Insert end of one jumper wire into open
(19) Slide pressure nut onto backshell and
end of splice with lead from resistor (step 19); crimp
splice No. 1.
(20) Clean end of cable and apply adhesive
(21) Insert other end of resistor into splice No.
(R.T.V. 728 or equivalent) to areas which will be covered
2 and crimp.
by cable boot and tag marker.
(22) Insert jumper coaxial wire (step 18) into
(21) Using heat gun, shrink book and tag
open end of splice No. 2 and crimp.
(23) Strip 19/64 inch from jacket of coaxial
(22) Remove excessive adhesive.
(23) Attach dust cover to link chain attachment
(24) Trim 15/16 inch of braid from coaxial
y. Cable 2W1.
(1) Cut a section of cable (CP 5246) 96
(25) Strip 1/4 inch of insulation from end of
inches in length.
(2) Strip 6 inches of outside jacket from end
(26) Attach coaxial pins to wires which will
of cable which will connect to P1 (fig. 7-25, dimension
connect to P1-V, P1-X and P1-a by performing the
(3) Place tag marker, boot, and a 4-inch piece
(a) Place the large ferrule over the
of sleeving over outside of cable jacket.
braided outer conductor and butt up against the outside
(4) Trim 5 1/4 inches of braid from end of
(b) Slide the nut up to the large ferrule,
(5) Make a 2-inch cut (slit) in cable jacket (fig.
and slide the tapered ferrule (tapered end toward large
ferrule) through the nut and under the cable shield (fig.
(6) Place salvaged pressure nut, pressure
7-16, view B). These three pieces should
ring, and reducing ring over exposed cable braid.
firmly in place.
(c) Place the ferrule over the dielectric
(7) Cut all wires inch shorter than coaxial
down to the tapered ferrule (fig. 7-16, view C). Cut the
(8) Strip 1 3/8 inch from jacket of twisted
dielectric flush with the top of the ferrule.
(d) the small round insulator over the inner
(9) Trim 1 inch from braid of twisted shielded
conductor until it is flush with the end of the ferrule (fig.
(10) Using crimping tool, crimp on ferrule and
(e) Solder the pin to the center conductor,
making sure that the shoulder of the pin is butting
(11) Place an appropriate length of insulation
over ferrule and ground wire.
(f) Place the tapered insulator (tapered end
(12) Strip 1/4 inch of insulation from the end of
the black wire and white wire which comprise the twisted
(g) Screw on the outer shell.
(27) Using crimping tool, crimp pins supplied
(13) Insert black wire and white wire into
with connector onto exposed wire ends of the remaining
wires which connect to P1.
(14) Cut and strip four lengths of 22AWG
(28) Place backshell over cable braid and
(15) Insert two jumper wires into open ends of
each splice and crimp.
fill open pin apertures with spare pins.
(16) Strip 1/4 inch of insulation from wires
which will be connected to resistor R and P 1-S. and