b. Check to see that the equipment is complete
a. Packaging Data. When packed for ship-
cordance with TM 38-750. Shortage of a minor
ment, Voltmeter, Electronic A-N/URM - 145B is
assembly or part that does not affect proper
placed in a waterproof carton and packed in a
functioning of the equipment should not prevent
corrugated cardboard box. A typical packing case
use of the equipment.
c. If the equipment has been used or recon-
b. Removing Contents. Perform all the
ditioned, see whether it has been changed by a
procedures in (1) through (4) below when un-
modification work order (MWO). If the equip-
ment has been modified, the MWO number will
(1) Open the outer corrugated carton and
appear on the side near the nomenclature. Check
to see whether the MWO number (if any) and
(2) Remove the inner carton.
appropriate notations concerning the modi-
(3) Open the inner corrugated carton.
fication have been entered in the equipment
2-2. Checking Unpacked
a. Inspect the equipment for damage incurred
Current MWO's applicable to the
equipment are listed in DA Pam 310-7.
d. Screw the probe tip on the rf probe for direct
measurements up to 100 MHz. Above 100 MHz,
Connect the cables and adapters as follows:
the probe may be used without the tip.
a. Insert the power cord plug into the three-
prong receptacle on the rear panel.
b. Insert the rf probe plug into the receptacle
Above 250 MHz, connecting leads must
on the front panel.
be extremely short to avoid resonant
c. Screw the 50-ohm adapter on the rf probe
when a 50-ohm termination is required.