Section I. SERVICE UPON RECEIPT
b. Check the equipment against the compo-
nent listing in the operator's manual and the
packing slip to see if the shipment is complete.
Unpacking and initial inspection of the volt-
Report all discrepancies in accordance with the
meter requires only the normal precautions and
instructions of TM 38-750. The shipment should
procedures applicable to the handling of sensi-
be placed in service even though a minor as-
tive electronic equipment. A typical packaging
sembly or part that does not affect proper func-
diagram and its contents are shown in figure
tioning is missing.
c. Check to see whether the equipment has
(Equipment which has been
2-2. Checking Unpacked Equipment
modified will have the MWO number on the front
panel, near the nomenclature plate.) Check also
a. Inspect the equipment for damage incurred
to see whether all currently applicable MWO
If the equipment has been
have been applied. (Current MWO applicable to
damaged, report the damage on DD Form 6 (para
the equipment are listed in DA PAM 310-7.)
Section II. INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
The printed circuit board may be in-
is shipped ready for use
serted in any one of four positions.
p o r t a b l e , bench-top instrument. If desired, it
The voltage selected is indicated by
m a y be positioned at a raised angle on the
the number visible when viewed
bench by pulling out the tilt-bail stand.
through the rear window of the fused
receptacle. The voltmeter is shipped
with the board oriented for 120 Vac
(115 Vac) operation.
T O put the voltmeter into operation, first
check the orientation of the printed circuit board
in the ac power receptacle on the rear panel of
Failure to orient the printed circuit
matches the power mains voltage requirement;
board properly may cause serious
either 100 Vac or 120 Vac (115 Vac) or 220 Vac
damage to the instrument.
or 240 Vac.