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INSTALLATION MANUAL KDM 706/706A DISTANCE MEASURING EQUIPMENT MANUAL NUMBER 006-00177-0006 REVISION 6 JULY 2004
INSTALLATION MANUAL
KDM 706/706A
DISTANCE MEASURING
EQUIPMENT
MANUAL NUMBER 006-00177-0006
REVISION 6 JULY 2004

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

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SECTION I GENERAL INFORMATION

1.1

INTRODUCTION

1-1

1.2

EQUIPMENT DESCRIPTION

1-1

1.3

TECHNICAL CHARACTERISTICS

1-1

1.3.1

KDM 706 TSO CHARACTERISTICS

1-1

1.3.2

KDM 706A TSO CHARACTERISTICS

1-2

1.3.3

KDI 572/573/574 TSO CHARACTERISTICS

1-2

1.3.4

KA 60 TSO CHARACTERISTICS

1-2

1.3.5

KA 61 TSO CHARACTERISTICS

1-2

1.3.6

TECHNICAL CHARACTERISTICS

1-3

1.4

UNITS AND ACCESSORIES SUPPLIED

1-7

1.5

INSTALLATION KITS

1-9

1.5.1

KDM 706 INSTALLATION KIT

1-9

1.5.2

KDM 706A INSTALLATION KIT

1-9

1.5.3

KDM 706/706A OPTIONAL ITEMS

1-9

1.5.4

KDI 572/573/574 INSTALLATION KIT

1-10

1.6

ACCESSORIES REQUIRED, BUT NOT SUPPLIED

1-10

1.7

LICENSE REQUIREMENTS

1-10

1.8

CONTINUED AIRWORTHINESS INSTRUCTIONS

1-11

1.8.1

EQUIPMENT

1-11

1.8.2

WIRES/COAX CABLES

1-11

SECTION II INSTALLATION

2.1

GENERAL

2-1

2.2

UNPACKING AND INSPECTING EQUIPMENT

2-1

2.3

EQUIPMENT INSTALLATION

2-1

2.3.1

COOLING CONSIDERATIONS

2-1

2.3.2

KDM 706/706A INSTALLATION

2-1

2.3.3

KDI 572/573/574 INSTALLATION

2-2

2.3.4

DME ANTENNA INSTALLATION

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3.1 SYSTEM OPERATION

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FIGURE 1-1

DME CHANNELING CODES

1-6

FIGURE 2-1

KDI 572/573/574 MOUNTING PLATE

2-3

FIGURE 2-2

ACCEPTABLE ANTENNA CABLE ASSEMBLIES (BNC)

2-6

FIGURE 2-3

ACCEPTABLE ANTENNA CABLE ASSEMBLIES (TNC)

2-7

FIGURE 2-4

BNC COAX CONNECTOR ASSEMBLY

2-8

FIGURE 2-5

TNC COAX CONNECTOR ASSEMBLY

2-9

FIGURE 2-6

KDM 706 (P7062) / KDM 706A (P7061) PINOUT DIAGRAM

2-10

FIGURE 2-7

KDM 706A PINOUT DIAGRAM

2-11

FIGURE 2-8

KDI 572 PINOUT DIAGRAM

2-13

FIGURE 2-9

KDI 573 PINOUT DIAGRAM

2-16

FIGURE 2-10

KDI 574 PINOUT DIAGRAM

2-18

FIGURE 2-11

CONNECTOR HOOD ASSEMBLY

2-21

FIGURE 2-12

CRIMP AND INSERTION/EXTRACTION TOOLS

2-22

FIGURE 2-13

KDM 706 INSTALLATION DRAWING

2-23

FIGURE 2-14

KDM 706A INSTALLATION DRAWING

2-25

FIGURE 2-15

KDI 572/573/574 INSTALLATION DRAWING

2-27

FIGURE 2-16

KA 60 INSTALLATION DRAWING

2-29

FIGURE 2-17

KA 61 INSTALLATION DRAWING

2-31

FIGURE 2-18

KDM 706/KDI 572/573 SYSTEM INTERCONNECT DRAWING

2-35

FIGURE 2-19

KDM 706/KDI 573/574 SYSTEM INTERCONNECT DRAWING

2-37

FIGURE 2-20

KDM 706A SYSTEM INTERCONNECT DRAWING

2-39

FIGURE 2-21

KN 63/KDI 572/573/KX 155/165 SYSTEM INTERCONNECT DRAWING. 2-41

FIGURE 3-1

3-2

FIGURE 3-2

KDI 572 MASTER INDICATOR KDI 573 SLAVE INDICATOR/574 MASTER INDICATOR

3-2

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TABLE 2-1

KDI 572 CHANNELING CODE

2-15

TABLE 2-2

2-20

TABLE 3-1

KDI 574 CHANNELING CODE AIRCRAFT ALTITUDE VERSUS DME RANGE CAPABILITY

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SECTION I GENERAL INFORMATION

1.1

INTRODUCTION

KDM 706/706A

This manual contains information relative to the physical, mechanical and electrical characteristics and installation procedures for the BENDIX/KING KDM 706/706A Distance Measuring System.

1.2 EQUIPMENT DESCRIPTION

The KDM 706/706A DME system is composed of the KDM 706/706A DME, KDI 572/574 Master Indicator, optional KDI 573 Slave Indicator, NAV Frequency Selector, and the KA 60 DME Anten- na. This system provides distance, ground speed and time-to-station information for the aircraft pilot. The KDM 706/706A is a remote mounted 252 channel DME employing the latest state of the art, solid-state transmitter and large scale integrated circuit (LSI) technology. The KDM 706 is oper- ational with any DC power source from 11 to 33 volts while the KDM 706A is operational from 18 to 33VDC. All tuning is done electronically with the incorporation of a single crystal digital frequen- cy synthesizer. The DME systems operating channel is selected through the KDI 572/574 Master Indicator which is hard wired to accept ARINC 2x5, shifted BCD, or slip code parallel tuning. There is also a pro- vision for King serial BCD tuning. In addition, the KDM 706A may be tuned by an ARINC 429 source or by a 2x5 parallel source connected directly. The KDI 572 Master Indicator provides the ability to select NAV 1 or NAV 2 as the DME frequency control source while also providing the Hold and ON-OFF functions. The indicator features simul- taneous display of distance, ground speed and time-to-station on a high visibility gas discharge display. The display is automatically dimmed to adjust for a broad range of ambient light level. The KDI 574 does not have an ON-OFF, NAV 1 HOLD, NAV 2 SWITCH. The indicator is capable of displaying distances up to 389 nautical miles with 1 mile resolution above 100 nautical miles and 0.1 nautical mile resolution below 100 nautical miles. Ground speed up to 999 knots and time-to-station up to 99 minutes are displayed in 1 knot and 1 minute resolu- tion, respectively. The KDI 573 Slave Indicator can be operated in conjunction with a KDI 572/574 Master Indicator to repeat the displayed data on the co-pilot's instrument panel. The KDM 706/706A DME provides VORTAC station identity audio output plus bidirectional sup- pression capability.

1.3 TECHNICAL CHARACTERISTICS

1.3.1 KDM 706 TSO CHARACTERISTICS

TSO COMPLIANCE:

TSO C66a

SOFTWARE CERTIFICATION CATEGORY:

RTCA DO-160 Env. Cat.

ENVIRONMENTAL CERTIFICATION:

A2/E1/A/MNO/EXXXXSZAAAA

NON TSO’D FUNCTIONS:

None

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1.3.2 KDM 706A TSO CHARACTERISTICS

TSO COMPLIANCE:

TSO C66b

SOFTWARE CERTIFICATION CATEGORY:

RTCA DO-160A Env. Cat.

ENVIRONMENTAL CERTIFICATION:

A2/E1/A/MNO/EXXXXSZAAAA

NON TSO’D FUNCTIONS:

None

1.3.3 KDI 572/573/574 TSO CHARACTERISTICS

TSO COMPLIANCE:

TSO C66a

SOFTWARE CERTIFICATION CATEGORY:

RTCA DO-160 Env. Cat.

ENVIRONMENTAL CERTIFICATION:

A1D1/A/KPS/XXXXXXZAAAA

NON TSO’D FUNCTIONS:

None

1.3.4 KA 60 TSO CHARACTERISTICS

TSO COMPLIANCE:

TSO C66a, C74c

SOFTWARE CERTIFICATION CATEGORY:

RTCA DO 160 Env. Cat.

ENVIRONMENTAL CERTIFICATION:

D2A/JY/XXXXXXXXXXX

NON TSO’D FUNCTIONS:

None

1.3.5 KA 61 TSO CHARACTERISTICS

TSO COMPLIANCE:

See FIGURE 2-17 KA 61 INSTALLATION DRAWING

SOFTWARE CERTIFICATION CATEGORY:

See FIGURE 2-17 KA 61 INSTALLATION DRAWING

ENVIRONMENTAL CERTIFICATION:

See FIGURE 2-17 KA 61 INSTALLATION DRAWING

NON TSO’D FUNCTIONS:

None

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1.3.6 TECHNICAL CHARACTERISTICS

KDM 706/706A

PHYSICAL DIMENSIONS

 

KDM 706:

See FIGURE 2-13 KDM 706 INSTALLATION DRAWING

KDM 706A:

See FIGURE 2-14 KDM 706A INSTALLATION DRAWING

KDI 572/573/574:

See FIGURE 2-15 KDI 572/573/574 INSTALLATION DRAWING

KA 60:

See FIGURE 2-16 KA 60 INSTALLATION DRAWING

KA 61:

See FIGURE 2-17 KA 61 INSTALLATION DRAWING

WEIGHT

KDM 706:

See FIGURE 2-13 KDM 706 INSTALLATION DRAWING

KDM 706A:

5.6 lbs. (2.50 Kg) including mounting rack

KDI 572/573/574:

See FIGURE 2-15 KDI 572/573/574 INSTALLATION DRAWING

KA 60:

See FIGURE 2-16 KA 60 INSTALLATION DRAWING

KA 61:

See FIGURE 2-17 KA 61 INSTALLATION DRAWING

POWER REQUIREMENTS

KDM 706 with KDI 572:

13.75VDC at 1.65 amps in search mode 27.50VDC at 0.75 amps in search mode

KDM 706A with KDI 572:

27.50VDC at 0.75 amps in search mode only

Additional Current with Optional KDI 573:

13.75VDC at 0.30 amps in search mode 27.50VDC at 0.10 amps in search mode

LIGHTING

KDI 572:

5V at 0.23 amps,13.75V at 0.13 amps or 7.5V at 0.065 amps

KDI 573/574:

No panel lights

MAXIMUM ALTITUDE

KDM 706/706A:

70,000 feet

KDI 572/573/574:

50,000 feet

OPERATING TEMPERATURE RANGE

KDM 706/706A:

-55 o C to +70 o C

KDI 572/573/574:

-20 o C to +70 o C

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1.3.6 TECHNICAL CHARACTERISTICS (cont).

TRANSMITTER

 

Power Output:

250

watts PEP minimum (066-1066-00/02/21)

290

watts PEP minimum (066-1066-01/11/20/22/23/25/35/

31/41)

Frequency Stability:

 

±100kHz

CHANNEL CAPABILITY:

252

UHF channels

FREQUENCY RANGE

 

Transmitter:

1025 to 1150MHz

Receiver:

962

to 1213MHz

RECEIVER

 

Acquisition Sensitivity:

-85dBm minimum (P/N 066-1066-00/02/21) -90dBm minimum (P/N 066-1066-01/11/20/22/23/25/31/35/

41)

AGC Range:

Lock-on to 0dBm

Selectivity:

NMT 6dBM at ± 110kHz

RANGE

Capability:

0.0

to 389 nautical miles

Accuracy:

±0.1nm from 0 to 99.9nm ±1.0nm from 100 to 389nm

Acquisition Time:

3.0

second typical 4 seconds max.

Tracking Rate:

0.0

to 1900 kts

VELOCITY

(Note 1)

Capability:

0.0

to 999 kts

Accuracy:

±1% or ±1.0 kt

Acquisition Time:

30 seconds to 90%

TIME-TO-STATION

 

(Note 1)

Capability:

0 to 99 minutes

Accuracy:

±1.0 minute

Acquisition Time:

30 seconds

Note 1: Ground speed or time-to-station is only accurate when on a direct course to or from the station

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1.3.6 TECHNICAL CHARACTERISTICS (cont).

MEMORY TIME:

10 seconds

IDENT AUDIO:

14.14V p-p/500 ohm load (Adjustable). Unit preset for 2mW at factory. Audio is squelched when not receiving an ident signal on KDM 706A (S/N 10230 and above).

DATA OUTPUTS

KDM 706:

Serial BCD - NM, Kts, TTS Serial data clock 50.5kHz

KDM 706A:

Analog pulse pairs Analog rate pulse 40mV/NM DC output BCD serial data (ARINC 568) BNR, BCD, channel, time to station, distance to go, ground speed, and Hexidecimal ID serial data (ARINC 429)

CHANNEL SELECTION

KDM 706:

Requires serial data from KDI 572/574

KDM 706A:

Serial Data from 572, 574 or KFS 564 (P/N 066-1066-00/01/02/11/20/21/22/23/24/25/31/41) 2x5 parallel tuning ARINC 429 Serial tuning Serial data from KNS 81, KX 155/165 (P/N 066-1066-35)

KDI 572/574:

Requires Parallel 2x5, shifted BCD, slip code or King Serial BCD for DME channel selection

SUPPRESSION

Output:

Bilateral Pulse Characteristics Hi- minimum 18V pulse into a 330 ohm load. Pulse to go Hi before leading edge of first transmit pulse and low after trailing edge of second transmit pulse.

Input:

Hi- 9.0V to 70V pulse will disable the IF from detecting any video during this condition, provided the suppression pulse width is less than or equal to 100µsec.

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FIGURE 1-1 DME CHANNELING CODES

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UNITS AND ACCESSORIES SUPPLIED

NOTE:

Some part numbers may not be currently available. Consult the current Honeywell catalog or contact a Honeywell representative for equipment availability.

The KDM 706/706A DME system may consist of the following:

A. KDM 706 remote unit, 11 to 33 VDC operation.

1. Unit with -85dBm sensitivity (P/N 066-1066-00) no longer available.

2. Unit with -90dBm sensitivity (P/N 066-1066-01).

3. Standard unit with -85dBm sensitivity (P/N 066-1066-02).

4. Unit with -90dBm sensitivity (P/N 066-1066-41).

B. KDM 706A remote unit, 18 to 33 VDC operation.

1. Unit with -90dBm sensitivity (P/N 066-1066-11) no longer available.

2. Unit with -90dBm sensitivity socketed I/O board (P/N 066- 1066-20). Used in conjunction with a KDA 1120 ARINC Adapter.

3. Unit with -85dBm sensitivity (P/N 066-1066-21).

4. KNS 660 system unit with -90 dBm sensitivity and socketed I/O board (P/N 066-1066-22).

5. KNS 660 system unit with -90 dBm sensitivity, socketed I/O board, and DME Track Flag output (P/N 066-1066-23, 24).

6. KNS 660 system unit with -90 dBm sensitivity, EFIS compat- ibility, socketed I/O board, and DME Track Flag output (P/N

066-1066-25).

7. Unit with -90 dBm sensitivity, socketed I/O board, and data buss compatible with the Collins TCN 118 TACAN (P/N 066-

1066-31)

8. Unit with -90 dBm sensitivity, EFIS compatibility, socketed I/ O board, DME Track Flag output, and a serial tuning bus compatible with a KNS 81 or a KX 155/165 (P/N 066-1066-

35).

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.

Part Number

706

706A

-90dBm

-85dBm

660 System

TCN-118

Socketed

DME Track

Sens.

Sens.

Compatible

TACAN

I/O

Flag

Compatible

Board

Output

066-1066-00*

X

-

-

X

-

-

-

 

066-1066-01

X

-

X

-

-

-

-

 

066-1066-02

X

-

-

X

-

-

-

 

066-1066-11*

-

X

X

-

-

-

X

 

066-1066-20

-

X

X

-

-

-

X

 

066-1066-21

-

X

-

X

-

-

-

 

066-1066-22

-

X

X

-

X

-

X

 

066-1066-23

-

X

X

-

X

-

X

X

066-1066-24

-

X

X

-

X

-

X

X

066-1066-25#

-

X

X

-

X

-

X

X

066-1066-31

-

X

X

-

-

X

X

 

066-1066-35#$

-

X

X

-

-

-

X

X

066-1066-41

X

-

X

-

-

-

-

 

* Indicates unit is no longer in production.

# EFIS Compatible. EFIS compatibility means the self test sequence is on 3 second intervals. All other units are on 1 second intervals. $ KNS 81, KX 155/165 compatible.

C. KDI 572 Master Indicator with tuning source selector, with black face plate.

1. With 13.75 or 27.5VDC lighting (P/N 066-1069-00)

2. With 5VDC lighting (P/N 066-1069-01)

D. KDI 573 Slave Indicator, with black face plate.

1. With 1, H, 2 visual cue (P/N 066-1069-02)

2. Without 1, H, 2 visual cue (P/N 066-1069-03)

3. With 1, H, 2 visual cue and non-diffused lens (P/N 066-1069-

09)

4. Without 1, H, 2 visual cue and non-diffused lens (P/N 066-

1069-10)

E. KDI 574 Master Indicator for remote tuning source selector, with black face plate.

1.

With 1, H, 2 visual cue (P/N 066-1069-04)

2.

Without 1, H, 2 visual cue (P/N 066-1069-05)

3.

With 1, H, 2 visual cue and non-diffused lens (P/N 066-1069- 11, 13)

5.

With 1, H, 2 visual cue and gray bezel (P/N 066-1069-14)

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INSTALLATION KITS

1.5.1 KDM 706 INSTALLATION KIT

The KDM 706 installation kit, P/N 050-01763-00XX, has four different versions. The kits use crimp type connectors. The kits and their contents are listed as follows:

050-01763-0004 INSTL KIT CRMP

Rev.

AA

050-01763-0005 INSTL KIT CRMP

Rev.

1

050-01763-0006 INSTL KIT CRMP

Rev.

AA

050-01763-0007 INSTL KIT CRMP

Rev.

2

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SYMBOL

PART NUMBER

FIND NO DESCRIPTION

UM

-0004 -0005

-0006 -0007

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P601

030-00005-0000

CONN BNC

UG 88C/

EA

.

.

1.00

.

P601

030-00170-0000

CONN BNC CA RG214

EA

1.00

.

.

.

P7062

030-00108-0000

CONN TNC CA RG214

EA

1.00

1.00

.

.

P7062

030-00134-0000

CONN COAX

EA

.

.

1.00

1.00

030-01157-0011

SOCKET CRMP 20G

EA

24.00 24.00

24.00 24.00

030-01173-0000

CONN SUB-D HSG 25S

EA

1.00

1.00

1.00

1.00

030-01188-0000

PIN POLRZTN FEMALE EA

1.00

1.00

1.00

1.00

030-02351-0002

HOOD/LVR ASSY ST E EA

1.00

1.00

1.00

1.00

071-04004-0001

RACK ASSY

EA

1.00

1.00

1.00

1.00

155-05575-0000

TNC CONN KDM706

EA

.

.

.

1.00

155-05575-0000

TNC CONN KDM706

RF

.

.

1.00

.

1.5.2 KDM 706A INSTALLATION KIT

The KDM 706 installation kit, P/N 050-02036-00XX, has four different versions. The kits use crimp type connectors. The kits and their contents are listed as follows:

050-02036-0004 INSTL KIT CRMP

Rev.

AA

050-02036-0005 INSTL KIT CRMP

Rev.

1

050-02036-0006 INSTL KIT CRMP

Rev.

AA

050-02036-0007 INSTL KIT CRMP

Rev.

2

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SYMBOL

PART NUMBER

FIND NO DESCRIPTION

UM

-0004 -0005

-0006 -0007

------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

P601

030-00005-0000

CONN BNC

UG 88C/

EA

.

.

1.00

.

P601

030-00170-0000

CONN BNC CA RG214

EA

1.00

.

.

.

P7062

030-00108-0000

CONN TNC CA RG214

EA

1.00

1.00

.

.

P7062

030-00134-0000

CONN COAX

EA

.

.

1.00

1.00

P7063

030-01176-0000

CONN SUB-D HSG 50S

EA

1.00

1.00

1.00

1.00

030-01157-0011

SOCKET CRMP 20G

EA

73.00 73.00

73.00 73.00

030-01173-0000

CONN SUB-D HSG 25S

EA

1.00

1.00

1.00

1.00

030-01188-0000

PIN POLRZTN FEMALE EA

2.00

2.00

2.00

2.00

030-02351-0002

HOOD/LVR ASSY ST E EA

1.00

1.00

1.00

1.00

030-02351-0004

HOOD/LVR ASSY ST E EA

1.00

1.00

1.00

1.00

071-04003-0002

MTG RACK 3 INCH

EA

1.00

1.00

1.00

1.00

155-05575-0000

TNC CONN KDM706

EA

.

.

.

1.00

155-05575-0000

TNC CONN KDM706

RF

.

.

1.00

.

1.5.3 KDM 706/706A OPTIONAL ITEMS

The antenna cable part numbers shown below are optional. Use as required.

PART NUMBER

DESCRIPTION

024-00002-0000

Coax RG 142B/U

024-00075-0000

Coax RG 393/U

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KDI 572/573/574 INSTALLATION KIT

The KDI 572/573/574 installation kit, P/N 050-01740-00XX, has six different versions. The kits use crimp type connectors. The 0003/0004/0005 version kits contain the mounting plate and the hard- ware for the KDI 572/573/574, the 0053/0054/0055 version kits do not. The kits and their contents are listed below:

050-01740-0003 572 INSTL KIT CRMP

Rev. 2

050-01740-0004 573 INSTL KIT CRMP

Rev. 2

050-01740-0005 574 INSTL KIT CRMP

Rev. 3

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SYMBOL

PART NUMBER

FIND NO DESCRIPTION

UM

-0003 -0004

-0005

-----------------------------------------------------------------------------

030-01157-0011

SOCKET CRMP 20G

EA

49.00 49.00 49.00

030-02351-0004

HOOD/LVR ASSY ST E EA

1.00

1.00

1.00

030-02446-0000

CONN 50C PLZD 5

EA

.

.

1.00

030-02446-0001

CONN 50C PLZD 9

EA

.

1.00

.

030-02446-0002

CONN 50C PLZD 23

EA

1.00

.

.

047-04215-0001

MOUNTING PLATE

EA

1.00

1.00

1.00

089-05111-0004

SCR, MACH, 4-40, F

EA

4.00

4.00

4.00

089-06457-0004

SCR FHP 4-40X1/4

EA

.

.

4.00

050-01740-0053 CONN KIT CRMP 572

Rev. 1

050-01740-0054 CONN KIT CRMP 573

Rev. 1

050-01740-0055 CONN KIT CRMP 574

Rev. 1

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SYMBOL

PART NUMBER

FIND NO DESCRIPTION

UM

-0053 -0054

-0055

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030-01157-0011

SOCKET CRMP 20G

EA

49.00 49.00 49.00

030-02351-0004

HOOD/LVR ASSY ST E EA

1.00

1.00

1.00

030-02446-0000

CONN 50C PLZD 5

EA

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.

1.00

030-02446-0001

CONN 50C PLZD 9

EA

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1.00

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030-02446-0002

CONN 50C PLZD 23

EA

1.00

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1.6 ACCESSORIES REQUIRED, BUT NOT SUPPLIED

DME Antenna:

KA 60 (P/N 071-1174-00)

KA 61 BNC - P/N 071-00221-0010 TNC - P/N 071-00221-0020

or equivalent.

1.7

LICENSE REQUIREMENTS

The transmitter, as installed in the aircraft, requires an Aircraft Radio Station License. This license is obtained by filing FCC Form 404. The KDM 706 or 706A may be operated for up to 30 days without a station license, after filing the FCC Form 404 and while awaiting the receipt of the station license, if a copy of the FCC Form 404 is kept in the aircraft. This equipment has been type accepted by the FCC and entered on their list of type accepted equipment as King KDM 706 and 706A. It must be identified as King KDM 706 or 706A on your FCC Form 404, Aircraft Radio Station License Application.

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KDM 706/706A

1.8

CONTINUED AIRWORTHINESS INSTRUCTIONS

1.8.1 EQUIPMENT

The instructions for continued airworthiness given in the TC or STC approvals for this product sup- plements or supersedes the instructions for continued airworthiness in this manual. Most Honeywell products are designed and manufactured to allow "on condition maintenance". On condition maintenance is described as follows; There are no periodic service requirements necessary to maintain continued airworthiness. No maintenance is required until the equipment does not properly perform its intended function. When service is required, a complete perfor- mance test should be accomplished following any repair action. Consult the appropriate unit Main- tenance/Overhaul Manual for complete performance test information.

1.8.2 WIRES/COAX CABLES

During on-condition or regularly scheduled maintenance, inspect the wires and coax cables fol- lowing the guidelines listed in AC 43,13-1 Chapter 15 as necessary.

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THIS PAGE IS RESERVED

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2.1

GENERAL

SECTION II INSTALLATION

KDM 706/706A

This section provides general information for installing the KDM 706/706A Distance Measuring Equipment. The cable harness will be fabricated by the installing agency to fit these various re- quirements. This section contains interconnect diagrams, mounting dimensions and information pertaining to installation. The conditions and test required for the TSO and MOPS approval of this article are minimum per- formance standards. It is the responsibility of those installing this article either on or with a speci- fied type or class of aircraft to determine that the aircraft installation conditions are within the TSO and MOPS standards. These articles must have separate approval for installation in an aircraft. Any features in this equipment outside the requirements of this applicable TSO and MOPS must be evaluated and approved as part of the installation approval. The article may be installed only if performed under 14 CFR part 43 or the applicable airworthiness requirements.

2.2 UNPACKING AND INSPECTING EQUIPMENT

Exercise extreme care when unpacking the equipment. Make a visual inspection of the unit for evidence of damage incurred during shipment. If a claim for damage is to be made, save the ship- ping container to substantiate the claim. The claim should be promptly filed with the transportation company. It would be advisable to retain the container and packaging material after all equipment has been removed in the event that equipment storage or reshipment should become necessary.

2.3 EQUIPMENT INSTALLATION

The KDM 706/706A should be installed in accordance with standards established by the custom- er's installing agency, and existing conditions as to unit location and type of installation. However, the following suggestions should be considered before installing the KDM 706/706A. Close ad- herence to these suggestions will assure a more satisfactory performance from the equipment. The installing agency will supply and fabricate all external cables. The connectors required are supplied by Honeywell.

2.3.1 COOLING CONSIDERATIONS

The greatest single contributor to increased reliability of all modern day avionics is to limit the max- imum operating temperature of the individual units, whether panel or remote mounted. While modern day circuit designs consume far less electrical energy, the watts per cubic inch dissipated within the avionics units still remains much the same due to high density packaging techniques utilized. Consequently, the importance of providing avionics cooling is essential to the life span of the unit. While each individual unit may or may not require forced air cooling, the combined heat load of several units operating in a typical avionics location will significantly degrade the reliability of the avionics if provisions for cooling are not incorporated in the initial installation. Failure to provide cooling will certainly lead to increased avionics maintenance costs and may void the warranty.

2.3.2 KDM 706/706A INSTALLATION

Refer to FIGURE 2-13 KDM 706 INSTALLATION DRAWING or FIGURE 2-14 KDM 706A IN- STALLATION DRAWING.

A. Select the DME unit location. The unit must be mounted on a metal equipment shelf that is well grounded to the aircraft frame.

B. The DME and the wiring harness must be kept a minimum of three feet from the DME antenna to prevent RF interference from the antenna.

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KDM 706/706A

C. The unit may be mounted rigid. Allow one inch of free air space around the top and sides of the unit and provide adequate space for the installation of cables and con- nectors.

D. Refer to the applicable drawing for the DME mounting dimensions and hole pat- tern.

E. Mark, punch and drill the mounting holes. Care must be taken to avoid damage to adjacent equipment or cables.

F. Lightly sand the rack mounting areas on the equipment shelf with fine sandpaper to insure the removal of all paint and protective coatings.

G. Apply Alumiprep No. 33 (P/N 016-01127-0000) following the directions on the con- tainer to cleanse the metal of any residue.

H. Apply Alodine No. 1001 (P/N 016-01128-0000) following the directions on the con- tainer.

I. Using four #6-32 screws and the holes drilled in step E, fasten the mounting rack (P/N 071-04004-0000) securely in place.

J. Slide the DME into the rack. Using the fluted knob on the front of the mounting rack, secure the unit to the mounting rack.

K. The installing facility will supply and fabricate all external cables (see applicable pi- nout and/or interconnect drawing). The required connectors are supplied as a part of the installation kit.

L. The length and routing of the external cables must be carefully studied and planned before attempting actual installation. Avoid sharp bends or locating the cable near aircraft control cables. Do not install the antenna coax near ADF sense or loop an- tenna cables.

M. Audio level pot R56 may be adjusted to set ident audio level per system require- ments. Pot is factory preset for 14.4V p-p into a 500 ohm load.

2.3.3 KDI 572/573/574 INSTALLATION

(Refer to FIGURE 2-15 KDI 572/573/574 INSTALLATION DRAWING)

A. Plan a mounting location in the aircraft instrument panel for the KDI 572/574 Mas- ter Indicator that is clearly visible and within easy access of the pilot.

B. If the optional KDI 573 Slave Indicator is desired, locate in an area where it will be clearly visible to the copilot.

C. Avoid mounting indicator close to heater vents or other high heat sources.

D. Allow a clearance of three inches from rear of indicator for plug removal.

E. Compass safe distance is 12 inches for a worst case deflection of 1 degree.

F. The KDI 572/573/574 Indicators are designed for mounting behind the instrument panel. Refer to the installation drawing for mounting dimensions and hole pattern.

G. Mounting plate (P/N 047-04215-0001) may be used if it is desired to locate the in- dicator in a previous panel opening that is too large. See FIGURE 2-1 KDI 572/ 573/574 MOUNTING PLATE.

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B KDM 706/706A FIGURE 2-1 KDI 572/573/574 MOUNTING PLATE H. To mount the indicator in an

FIGURE 2-1 KDI 572/573/574 MOUNTING PLATE

H. To mount the indicator in an instrument panel of 1/16 inch or less thickness, use four 4-40 flat head phillips screws 1/4 inch long (P/N 089-05111-0004). For a panel thickness greater than 1/16 inch, use the 3/8 inch screws (P/N 089-05111-0006) provided with the indicator.

I. The installing facility will supply and fabricate all external wiring. The required con- nectors and connector hoods are supplied as part of the installation kit (see FIG- URE 2-11 CONNECTOR HOOD ASSEMBLY).

J. Verify that the connector locking mechanism engages properly when attaching the cable connector to the rear of the indicator.

K. The KDI 572, KDI 573 and KDI 574 Indicators all contain a photocell activated dim- ming circuit which reduces the display brightness in low ambient light levels. The minimum display brightness (which occurs at the lowest ambient light level) is ad- justable by means of a pot (R918) accessible through a hole in the left side of the unit. This pot has been preset at the factory to match the display lighting of other Bendix/King products. The maximum display brightness (which occurs with the highest ambient light level) is not affected by the setting of R918.

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KDM 706/706A

2.3.4

DME ANTENNA INSTALLATION

2.3.4.1

General Antenna Information

A. The antenna should be well removed from any projections, the engine (s), and pro- peller(s). It should also be well removed from landing gear doors, access doors, or other openings which will break the ground plane for the antenna.

B. The antenna should be mounted on a bottom surface of aircraft and in a vertical po- sition when the aircraft is in level flight.

C. Avoid running other cables or wires near the antenna cable.

D. Avoid mounting the DME antenna within four (4) feet of the ADF sense antenna or any comm antenna and six (6) feet from the transponder or another DME antenna.

E. Where practical, plan the antenna location to keep cable lengths as short as possi- ble, and avoid sharp bends in the cable to minimize the VSWR.

F. To prevent RF interference, the antenna must be physically mounted a minimum distance of three feet from the DME and the wiring harness.

G. A back-up plate should be used for added strength on thin-skinned aircraft.

H. The antenna should be kept clean. If left dirty (oil covered) the range of the DME may be affected.

I. On pressurized aircraft, the antenna should be sealed using RTV (P/N 016-01082- 0000) or equivalent around the connector and mounting hardware.

J. All antennas should be sealed around the outside for moisture protection.

2.3.4.2

KA 60/KA 61 Installation

Refer to FIGURE 2-16 KA 60 INSTALLATION DRAWING or FIGURE 2-17 KA 61 INSTALLATION DRAWING.

A. Peel the backing off the antenna template and apply template to the aircraft at the desired mounting location.

B. Drill or cut the proper size holes for mounting the antenna, then remove the tem- plate.

C. Using the antenna as a stencil, draw a line around the base of the antenna that will come into contact with the aircraft. Then carefully scrape off the paint within the stenciled area. Lightly sand the bare metal with fine sandpaper to insure removal of all paint and protective coatings.

D. Sand the inside area of the aircraft where the backing plate will be located to remove the chromate or other protective finish.

E. Apply Alumiprep No. 33 (P/N 016-01127-0000) following the directions on the con- tainer to cleanse the metal of any residue.

F. Apply Alodine No. 1001 (P/N 016-01128-0000) following the directions on the con- tainer.

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G. Rivet the backing plate (P/N 047-04570-0000) into place, if required for skin rein- forcement.

H. Mount the antenna using applicable hardware included with the KA 60 or KA 61 an- tenna.

I. RG 393/U (P/N 024-00075-0000) or equivalent coaxial cable is normally used on all installations, with a maximum cable length of less than twenty feet. An optional smaller diameter coaxial cable, RG 142B/U (P/N 024-00002-0000), may be used on installations requiring a maximum cable length of less than twelve feet. The 0004/ 0005 flavor kits contain the connectors for the larger diameter RG 393/U coax. The 0006/0007 flavor kits contain the connectors for the smaller diameter RG142B/U coax. Refer to section 1.5 INSTALLATION KITS for ordering the correct installation kit. Refer to FIGURE 2-2 ACCEPTABLE ANTENNA CABLE ASSEMBLIES (BNC) for cable assembly and FIGURE 2-4 BNC COAX CONNECTOR ASSEMBLY and FIGURE 2-5 TNC COAX CONNECTOR ASSEMBLY for coax connector assembly instructions.

J. Inspect coaxial cable connector for proper center contact, then fasten it securely to the antenna.

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B KDM 706/706A FIGURE 2-2 ACCEPTABLE ANTENNA CABLE ASSEMBLIES (BNC) Revision 6, July 2004 00177I06.JA Page

FIGURE 2-2 ACCEPTABLE ANTENNA CABLE ASSEMBLIES (BNC)

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B KDM 706/706A FIGURE 2-3 ACCEPTABLE ANTENNA CABLE ASSEMBLIES (TNC) Revision 6, July 2004 00177I06.JA Page

FIGURE 2-3 ACCEPTABLE ANTENNA CABLE ASSEMBLIES (TNC)

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B KDM 706/706A FIGURE 2-4 BNC COAX CONNECTOR ASSEMBLY Revision 6, July 2004 00177I06.JA Page 2-8

FIGURE 2-4 BNC COAX CONNECTOR ASSEMBLY

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B KDM 706/706A FIGURE 2-5 TNC COAX CONNECTOR ASSEMBLY Revision 6, July 2004 00177I06.JA Page 2-9

FIGURE 2-5 TNC COAX CONNECTOR ASSEMBLY

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KDM 706/706A

B KDM 706/706A PIN VIEW OF MALE OR SOLDER CUP VIEW OF FEMALE CONNECTOR KDM 706/706A

PIN VIEW OF MALE OR SOLDER CUP VIEW OF FEMALE CONNECTOR KDM 706/706A CONNECTOR P7061/J7061 PIN 6 KEYED

PIN

I/O

SIGNAL

1

 

AIRCRAFT GROUND

2

 

13.75/27.5VDC

3

 

13.75/27.5VDC

4

 

+192V DC

5

 

AUX TACAN 28VDC (NO CONNECTION)

6

 

KEY

7

 

AUX TACAN -12VDC (NO CONNECTION)

8

 

CLOCK BUS

9

 

DATA BUS

10

 

AUX TACAN ENVELOPE (NO CONNECTION)

11

 

AUX TACAN CHANNEL CHANGE (N/C)

12

 

HOLD

13

 

AUX TACAN +12VDC (NO CONNECTION)

14

 

AIRCRAFT GROUND

15

 

AUX TACAN GROUND (NO CONNECTION)

16

 

AUDIO SHIELD GROUND

17

 

AUDIO LOW

18

 

SHIELD GROUND

19

 

SUPPRESSION SHIELD GROUND

20

 

ON

21

 

AUDIO HIGH

22

 

9.25VDC

23

 

AUX TACAN 50% DETECTED VIDEO (N/C)

24

 

DME REQUEST

25

 

SUPPRESSION

FIGURE 2-6 KDM 706 (P7062) / KDM 706A (P7061) PINOUT DIAGRAM

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KDM 706/706A

B KDM 706/706A PIN VIEW OF MALE OR SOLDER CUP VIEW OF FEMALE CONNECTOR KDM 706A

PIN VIEW OF MALE OR SOLDER CUP VIEW OF FEMALE CONNECTOR KDM 706A CONNECTOR P7063/P7063 PIN 41 KEYED

PIN

I/O

 

SIGNAL

1

I

TUNING A (1)

2

I

TUNING B (1)

3

O

RNAV REQUEST

4

I

SOURCE SELECT

5

 

FREQUENCY COMMON

6

 

NAV COMMON

7

 

HOLD (OPTIONAL)

8

I

2

X 5 TUNING .1 MA

9

I

2

X 5 TUNING 10 MA

10

I

 

SDI 1

11

I

2

X 5 TUNING .01 MC

12

I

2

X 5 TUNING 1 MA

13

 

ARINC 568 CLOCK HI

14

 

ARINC 568 SYNC HI

15

 

DISTANCE A (1)

16

 

DISTANCE A (2)

17

 

DISTANCE B (2)

18

 

ARINC 568 ANALOG RANGE

19

 

DME TRACK VALID

20

 

DME REQUEST

21

 

ARINC 568 RECHANNEL ALERT

22

I

2

X 5 TUNING 1 MC

23

I

2

X 5 TUNING .1 ME

24

I

2

X 5 TUNING .1 MC

25

I

2

X 5 TUNING .1 MD

FIGURE 2-7 KDM 706A PINOUT DIAGRAM (Sheet 1 of 2)

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PIN

I/O

 

SIGNAL

26

I

2

X 5 TUNING 1 MD

27

I

 

SDI 0

28

I

2

X 5 TUNING 1 ME

29

O

ARINC 568 BCD HI

30

O

ARINC 568 DISTANCE PP HI

31

O

ARINC 568 RANGE RATE HI

32

O

DISTANCE B (1)

33

O

 

DME VALID

34

I

TUNING A (0)

35

I

TUNING B (0)

36

 

SHIELD GROUND

37

I

AGILITY SELECT

38

I

 

AGILE

39

O

ARINC 568 RANGE RATE LO

40

O

ARINC 568 SYNC LO

41

 

KEY

42

 

SHIELD GROUND

43

 

ARINC 568 CLOCK LO

44

   

STANDBY

45

 

ARINC 568 BCD/DISTANCE PP LO

46

O

SHIELD GROUND

47

 

SHIELD GROUND

48

 

SHIELD GROUND

49

 

SHIELD GROUND

50

 

FUNCTIONAL TEST

FIGURE 2-7 KDM 706A PINOUT DIAGRAM (Sheet 2 of 2)

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KDM 706/706A

B KDM 706/706A PIN VIEW OF MALE OR SOLDER CUP VIEW OF FEMALE CONNECTOR KDI 572

PIN VIEW OF MALE OR SOLDER CUP VIEW OF FEMALE CONNECTOR KDI 572 CONNECTOR P5721/J5721 PIN 23 KEYED

PIN

I/O

SIGNAL

1 I

 

192 VDC

2 O

 

HOLD

3 I

 

9.25

VDC

4 I

 

NAV 2 CHANNELING CODE (SEE TABLE 2-1 KDI 572 CHANNELING CODE)

5 I

   

5V LIGHTING

6 I

 

BCD CODE PROGRAM

7 I

 

2 X 5 CODE PROGRAM

8 I

 

SLIP CODE PROGRAM

9 I

 

27.5

VDC LIGHTING

10

I

13.75 VDC LIGHTING

11

I

DATA BUS

12

I

CLOCK BUS

13

I

CHANNEL 2 RNAV ANNUNCIATE

14

I

CHANNEL 1 RNAV ANNUNCIATE

15

O

 

DME REQUEST

16

O

NAV 2 CODE SELECT

17

O

 

RNAV REQUEST

18

O

192VDC

19

O

ON

20

I

NAV 1 CHANNELING CODE (SEE TABLE 2-1 KDI 572 CHANNELING CODE)

21

I

NAV 2 CHANNELING CODE (SEE TABLE 2-1 KDI 572 CHANNELING CODE)

22

I

NAV 2 CHANNELING CODE (SEE TABLE 2-1 KDI 572 CHANNELING CODE)

23

 

KEY

24

I

NAV 2 CHANNELING CODE (SEE TABLE 2-1 KDI 572 CHANNELING CODE)

25

I

NAV 2 CHANNELING CODE (SEE TABLE 2-1 KDI 572 CHANNELING CODE)

FIGURE 2-8 KDI 572 PINOUT DIAGRAM (Sheet 1 of 2)

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KDM 706/706A

PIN

I/O

SIGNAL

26

I

NAV 2 CHANNELING CODE (SEE TABLE 2-1 KDI 572 CHANNELING CODE)

27

I

NAV 2 CHANNELING CODE (SEE TABLE 2-1 KDI 572 CHANNELING CODE)

28

O

DATA BUS

29

O

CLOCK BUS

30

O

NAV 1 CODE (SEE TABLE 2-1 KDI 572 CHANNELING CODE)

31

O

NAV 2 CODE (SEE TABLE 2-1 KDI 572 CHANNELING CODE)

32

 

NAV 2 COMMON

33

O

10 BIT/50 BIT SELECT

34

I

NAV 2 CHANNELING CODE (SEE TABLE 2-1 KDI 572 CHANNELING CODE)

35

I

NAV 1 CHANNELING CODE (SEE TABLE 2-1 KDI 572 CHANNELING CODE)

36

I

NAV 2 CHANNELING CODE (SEE TABLE 2-1 KDI 572 CHANNELING CODE)

37

I

NAV 1 CHANNELING CODE (SEE TABLE 2-1 KDI 572 CHANNELING CODE)

38

I

NAV 1 CHANNELING CODE (SEE TABLE 2-1 KDI 572 CHANNELING CODE)

39

I

NAV 1 CHANNELING CODE (SEE TABLE 2-1 KDI 572 CHANNELING CODE)

40

 

GROUND

41

I

NAV 1 CHANNELING CODE (SEE TABLE 2-1 KDI 572 CHANNELING CODE

42

I

NAV 1 CHANNELING CODE (SEE TABLE 2-1 KDI 572 CHANNELING CODE)

43

I

NAV 1 CHANNELING CODE (SEE TABLE 2-1 KDI 572 CHANNELING CODE)

44

I

NAV 1 CHANNELING CODE (SEE TABLE 2-1 KDI 572 CHANNELING CODE)

45

I

ALTITUDE REQUEST

46

O

DISPLAY CLOCK

47

 

NAV 1 COMMON

48

 

NAV 1 COMMON

49

 

NAV 2 COMMON

50

O

NAV 1 CODE SELECT

FIGURE 2-8 KDI 572 PINOUT DIAGRAM (Sheet 2 of 2)

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KDM 706/706A

PIN

SHIFTED BCD

2

X 5

SLIP

20

M1

1

MD

M3

30

M20

10

MA

----

35

M8

1

MA

M0

37

K800

.1 MA

K0

38

M2

1 MC

M2

39

M4

1 ME

M1

41

K400

.1 ME

K1

42

K200

.1 MC

K2

43

K100

.1 MD

K3

44

K50

.01 MC

K50

 

NAV 1

 

PIN

SHIFTED BCD

2

X 5

SLIP

4

M1

1 MD

M3

21

M2

1 MC

M2

22

M4

1 ME

M1

24

K400

.1 ME

K1

25

K200

.1 MC

K2

26

K100

.1 MD

K3

27

K50

.01 MC

K50

31

M20

10 MA

----

34

M8

1 MA

M0

36

K800

.1 MA

K0

NAV 2

TABLE 2-1 KDI 572 CHANNELING CODE

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KDM 706/706A

B KDM 706/706A PIN VIEW OF MALE OR SOLDER CUP VIEW OF FEMALE CONNECTOR KDI 573

PIN VIEW OF MALE OR SOLDER CUP VIEW OF FEMALE CONNECTOR KDI 573 CONNECTOR P5731/J5731 PIN 9 KEYED

PIN

I/O

SIGNAL

1

 

NO CONNECTION

2

I

HOLD

3

I

9.25VDC

4

 

NO CONNECTION

5

 

NO CONNECTION

6

 

BCD CODE PROGRAM (NO CONNECTION)

7

 

2 X 5 CODE PROGRAM (NO CONNECTION)

8

 

SLIP CODE PROGRAM (NO CONNECTION)

9

 

KEY

   

10 NO CONNECTION

   

11 NO CONNECTION

   

12 NO CONNECTION

13 I