Table 4-2. Mission Control Switches
3 AC BUS
Resets and Energizes 3 0 AC BUS.
Overrides or turns off the mission DC POWER.
1 MSN INV
Selects 1 or 2 mission inverter or turns
2 MSN INV
Turns data link high voltage on, off or standby.
Selects nose or tail data link antennas. In
auto mode, direction and signal
strength of received data link
determines selection of nose or tail data link antenna.
Selects automatic rotating boom operation or
manual selection of antenna
Turns external AC power on or off.
MISSION AC VOLT
Allows monitoring of mission AC circuit.
FREQ & LOAD
Section II. AIRCRAFT SURVIVABILITY EQUIPMENT
4-3. M-130 FLARE AND CHAFF DISPENSING
Description. The M-130 flare and chaff
systems and infrared seeking missile threats. The
system consists of two dispenser assemblies with
payload module assemblies, a dispenser control panel,
a flare dispense switch, two control wheel mounted chaff
dispensing switches, an electronic module assembly,
and associated wiring. The flare and chaff dispensing
system is protected by a 5-ampere circuit breaker,
placarded M130 POWER, located on the mission
control panel (fig. 4-1).
Right engine nacelle dispenser is
for chaff only.
interchangeable dispenser assemblies are mounted on
the aircraft. One is located in the aft portion of the right
nacelle and the other is mounted on the right side of the
fuselage. On this aircraft the dispenser in the nacelle
will be used for chaff only while the dispenser mounted
on the fuselage can be used for either flares or chaff.
The selector switch (placarded C-F) on the dispenser
can be set for either chaff or flares. The unit also
contains the sensor for the flare detector. The dispenser
assembly breech plate has the electrical contact pins
which fire the impulse cartridges. The unit also contains
the sequencing mechanism.