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KG
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LETTER OF TRANSMITTAL

TO: Loading Area Light P/N F1001940-00 Abbreviated Component Maintenance Manual Initial Issue
dated 29 September 2005.

SUBJECT: Revision 003, dated 14 August 2015

REASON: As stated in table below.

ACTION: Replace all previous copies with Revision 003, dated 14 August 2015.

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Chapter/Section and  Description of Change Effectivity


Page No.
All Sections Updated with UTAS Logo and Proprietary All Variants
information
Title Page Revised to reflect this revision All Variants
Service Bulletin List Added SB information All Variants
Record of Revisions Revised to incorporate this revision All Variants
List of Effective Pages Revised to indicate revised pages All Variants
Description and  Updated Figure 1 and Technical Data All Variants
Operation
Testing and Fault  Updated Equipment Table All Variants
Isolation
Disassembly Updated Disassembly Procedure All Variants
Cleaning Updated Materials Table and Cleaning Procedure All Variants
Inspection / Check Updated Check Procedure All Variants
Assembly Updated Assembly Procedure All Variants
Special Tools, Fixtures, Updated Special Tools List and Materials List All Variants
Equipment and 
Consumables
IPL Updated DPL All Variants
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This document is the proprietary of the UTC Aerospace Systems and is loaned with the understanding that neither this document, nor any of the 
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ABBREVIATED COMPONENT
MAINTENANCE MANUAL
WITH
ILLUSTRATED PARTS LIST
LOADING AREA LIGHT
P/N: F1001940-00

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This document is classified under German export and European dual use laws as civil and has no restrictions for distribution

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TASK 33-35-02-870-801-A01
1. DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION

A. Description

(1) The Loading Area Light (LAL) shown in Figure 1 supplies light for the aircraft cargo compartment
and consists of:

(a) Housing

(b) PCB assembly

(c) Frame assembly

(d) Lens

(2) The housing is a die cast aluminium alloy unit that is machined and drilled to accept the different
components. At the back of the housing, fins transfer the heat and help to keep the light cool. A
PCB is secured inside the housing with screws. Four LEDs and their related circuit components
are attached to the PCB. These LEDs are split into two groups of two. Each group has its own optic
lens. External electrical power goes through the connector directly to the PCB assembly.

(3) The housing is a die cast aluminium alloy unit that is machined and drilled to accept the different
components. At the back of the housing fins transfer the heat and help to keep the light cool. A
PCB is secured inside the housing with screws. Four LEDs and their related circuit components
are attached to the PCB. These LEDs are split into two groups of two. Each group has its own optic
lens. External electrical power goes through the connector directly to the PCB assembly.

B. Operation

(1) The LAL is supplied with 28 VDC to make the six LEDs come on (four LEDs for units with
Amendment B and onwards). If there is a change in this voltage, the Voltage Regulator and
Constant Current Circuit will keep the current at a constant value. A Zener diode installed across
each LED conducts if their related LED goes open circuit. This makes sure the remaining LED
stays on. A transient suppressor diode installed across pins A and B protects the circuit from
voltage spikes. And the diode in the + 28 VDC supply protects the LAL against reversed voltage. If
the LAL gets too hot, the temperature regulation circuit decreases the current and dims the LED to
increase their life.

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HOUSING
CONNECTOR

FRAME ASSY

Loading Area Light


Figure 1 / GRAPHIC 33-35-02-99B-001-A01

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Circuit Diagram
Figure 2 / GRAPHIC 33-35-02-99B-002-A01

C. Technical Data
(1) Dimensions:

Diameter:......................................................................................................244.00 mm (9.61 in.)

Maximum Height .......................................................................................... 70.00 mm (2.76 in.)

Maximum Weight.............................................................................................0.605 kg (1.33 lb)

(2) Electrical:

Operating Voltage ........................................................................................28 VDC

Current Consumption (upto Amendment A) .................................................609 mA maximum

Current Consumption (from Amendment B).................................................430 mA maximum

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2. TESTING AND FAULT ISOLATION

A. Tools and Equipment

(1) These equipment are necessary for testing:

NOTE: Equivalent alternatives can be used.

Table 1: Tools and Equipment

PART NUMBER/
EQUIPMENT/ TOOL SPECIFICATION SUPPLIER

DC Power Supply Voltage: 0 - 30 VDC Commercially available


Current: 0 - 5 A

Insulation Tester Voltage: 500 V Commercially available

Digital Multimeter (DMM) Accuracy: Commercially available


DC Voltage ± 0.002%,
DC Current ± 0.05%
AC Voltage ± 0.04% @ 10 Hz to 20 kHz,
AC Current ± 0.1% @ 10 Hz to 5 kHz

B. Procedure

(1) Ground Bonding Test

(a) Connect the LAL to the bonding test set up shown in Figure 3.

(b) Set the DC Power Supply to give a constant 1 A.

(c) Use the DMM to measure the voltage drop between connector pin C and the bonding
bracket.

(d) Make sure the voltage drop is not more than 20 mV (20 mOhm).

CAUTION : DO NOT APPLY THE TEST VOLTAGE BETWEEN TERMINAL A AND TERMINAL B AS
THIS WILL DESTROY THE ASSEMBLY.

(2) Insulation Resistance Test

(a) Set the insulation tester to 50 VDC.

(b) Connect the Insulation tester between J1 pins A and C.

(c) Make sure the resistance value must not be less than 125 MOhm.

(d) Connect the Insulation tester between J1 pins B and C.

(e) Make sure the resistance value must not be less than 125 MOhm.

(f) Remove the insulation tester.

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(3) Functional Test

(a) Connect the LAL to the test set-up as shown in Figure 4.

(b) Adjust the power supply to 28.0 VDC ± 0.1 VDC.

(c) The LEDs come on with the same light intensity.

(d) Make sure the current value shown on the DMM:


– not more than 609 mA. (upto amendment A)
– not less than 551 mA. (upto amendment A)
– not more than 430 mA. (from amendment B)
– not less than 375 mA. (from amendment B)

NOTE : Make sure the time between the supply of + 28 VDC and the current value check is less
than one minute.

(e) Set the power supply to off.

NOTE : If it is necessary you can test the unit again after 15 minutes.

(f) Remove the LAL from the test set-up.

1A
CONNECTOR
PIN C
28 50 W

DC
POWER
SUPPLY DMM
(28 VDC)

BONDING
BRACKET

NOTE: A CONSTANT CURRENT POWER SUPLY

Bonding Test Set-Up


Figure 3 / GRAPHIC 33-35-02-99B-003-A01

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DMM

J1 PIN B (+ 28 VDC)

LOADING AREA LIGHT


PSU
J1 PIN A (DC RTN)

+ ve - ve

Functional Test Set-Up


Figure 4 / GRAPHIC 33-35-02-99B-004-A01

C. Fault Isolation

NOTE : Do a functional test of the Loading Area Light (1-1) after the replacement of components

Table 2: Fault Isolation

SL No FAULT POSSIBLE CAUSE CORRECTION

1 None of the LED(s) (i) Connector (1-70) or (i) Check and replace as
come on. (1-70A), contact (1- necessary. (Refer Subtask
75) or wire problem. 33-35-02-040-003-A01
and 33-35-02-440-002-
A01)

(ii) PCB Panel (1-90) (ii) Replace PCB Panel (Refer


defective. Subtask 33-35-02-040-
004-A01 and 33-35-02-
440-001-A01)

2 Some of the LED(s) (i) PCB (1-90) (i) Replace PCB (Refer
are on. defective. Subtask 33-35-02-040-
004-A01 and 33-35-02-
440-001-A01)

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3. SCHEMATICS AND WIRING DIAGRAMS‘

Not Applicable.

TASK 33-35-02-000-801-A01
4. DISASSEMBLY

Subtask 33-35-02-94A-001-A01
A. Tools and Equipment

(1) These tools and equipment are necessary for disassembly:

NOTE: Equivalent alternatives can be used.

Table 3: Tools and Materials

PART NUMBER/
DESCRIPTION SPECIFICATION MANUFACTURER

Wired contact extractor, size 8522-20 Commercially Available


20 contacts.

Subtask 33-35-02-040-001-A01
B. Disassembly Procedure (Refer IPL Figure 1)

(1) Removal of Frame

(a) Remove the screws (1-10) or (1-10A).

CAUTION : DO THIS STEP ON A SOFT WORK SURFACE. THE GLASS LENS IS LOOSELY
ASSEMBLED IN THE HOUSING. IF IT FALLS ONTO A HARD SURFACE WHEN
YOU MOVE THE HOUSING IT COULD BREAK.

(b) Hold the Lens (1-15) and remove the Frame (1-5) from the Housing (1-105).

NOTE : If the housing (1-105) does not move freely, the gasket in the frame (1-5) may have
become temporarily attached to the housing (1-105).

(2) Removal of Optics (For Amendment A)

NOTE : If the unit is marked with Amendment B or later, please continue with step (3).

(a) Remove the bracket (1-25) from the optics and the housing.

NOTE : The bracket (25) is bonded to the housing (1-105) and the optics (1-30) with
silicone.

(b) Pull each optic (1-30) away from the PCB (1-90).

NOTE : Each optic (1-30) is bonded to the PCB(1-90) with silicone.

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(c) Remove and discard Backshell (1-65) or (1-65A).

(3) Removal of Connector

(a) Remove the screw (1-40) or (1-40A), washers(1-45A),(1-50A), lock washer(1-55A) and nut
(1-60) or (1-60A) to remove the ground wire ring terminal (1-35) or (1-35A) from the
housing (1-105).

(b) Remove the backshell (1-65) or (1-65A) from the connector (1-70) or (1-70A).

(c) Remove screws (1-85A).

(d) Carefully pull the connector (1-70) or (1-70A) away from the housing until there is sufficient
space to remove the contact pins (1-75).

(e) With the contact extractor tool carefully release the electrical wire contact pins from positions
’A’, ‘B’ and ‘C’ on connector (1-70) or (1-70A).

(f) Remove backshell (1-65) or (1-65A).

(g) Remove and discard seal (1-80).

(4) Removal of PCB

(a) Remove the five screws (1-100A) that secure the PCB (1-90) to the housing (1-105).

(b) Carefully remove the PCB (1-90) together with its electrical wires.

(c) Remove and discard the heat transfer foil (1-95).

TASK 33-35-02-100-801-A01
5. CLEANING

WARNING: BE CAREFUL WHEN YOU USE THE CONSUMABLE MATERIALS. YOU MUST OBEY THE
MANUFACTURER’S HEALTH AND SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS. THE CONSUMABLE
MATERIALS CAN CAUSE DEATH OR INJURY TO PERSONS.

Subtask 33-35-02-94A-002-A01

A. Special Tools and Equipment

(1) These Special Tools and Equipment are necessary for cleaning:

NOTE: Equivalent alternatives can be used.

Table 4: Special Tools and Equipment

TOOL/EQUIPMENT SPECIFICATION MANUFACTURER

New, clean and soft - Commercially Available


Lint-free Cloth

Soft brush - Commercially Available

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TOOL/EQUIPMENT SPECIFICATION MANUFACTURER

Oil-free low pressure air - Commercially Available


supply

Subtask 33-35-02-94A-003-A01

B. Materials

(1) These materials are necessary for cleaning:

NOTE: Equivalent alternatives can be used.

Table 5: Materials

MATERIAL SPECIFICATION MANUFACTURER

Isopropyl Alcohol TT-I-735A (USA) Commercially Available

Soft Soap - Commercially Available

Subtask 33-35-02-100-001-A01

C. Procedure

CAUTION: DO NOT USE SOLVENTS, FUELS, ALCOHOLS, ACETONE, METHYL-ETHYL KETONE OR


PAINT REMOVER TO CLEAN THE LENS. THESE MATERIALS WILL DAMAGE THE ACRYLIC
GLASS SURFACE.

WARNING: BE CAREFUL WHEN YOU USE THE CONSUMABLE MATERIALS. YOU MUST OBEY THE
MANUFACTURER’S HEALTH AND SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS. THE CONSUMABLE
MATERIALS CAN CAUSE DEATH OR INJURY TO PERSONS.

(1) Cleaning of lens

(a) With a dry, lint-free cloth, carefully remove dust from the surface of the lens.

(b) If necessary you can remove oil or grease from the glass lens with a lint-free cloth that is
moist with Isopropyl Alcohol.

(c) Blow dry the lens with the oil-free low pressure air supply.
(2) Cleaning of housing

(a) Use a lint free cloth and weak solution of soap and water to remove dirt from the outer
surfaces of the housing.

(b) If necessary you can remove oil or grease from the outer surfaces with a cloth that is moist
with material Isopropyl Alcohol.

(c) Carefully remove unwanted material in the unit with the oil- free low -pressure air supply.

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(3) Cleaning of connector

(a) Use a soft brush and material Isopropyl Alcohol to remove dirt.

(b) Blow dry the connector with the oil-free low-pressure air supply.

TASK 33-35-02-200-801-A01
6. INSPECTION / CHECK

Subtask 33-35-02-220-001-A01
A. Visual check of the Loading Area Light (1-1)

(1) Do a visual check to make sure that:

(a) All parts are clean and free from dirt, solder splashes or other foreign particles.

(b) All electrical connector contacts are without damage and are not bent.

(c) All parts are installed safely with their attaching parts and are tight.

(d) The identification, designation and instruction plates can be read.

(e) The housing group do not have cracks or indications of overheating.

(f) The PC board do not have cracks or indications of overheating.

(g) The PC board assembly do not have cracks or indication of overheating.

(h) The components do not have indications of overheating.

(i) The component leadwires and terminals do not have corrosion and defective solder joints.

(j) The components do not have indications of corrosion.

(k) The lens does not have cracks or scratches.

(l) The gaskets or seals are without damage and are not bent.

TASK 33-35-02-300-801-A01
7. REPAIR

A. Not Applicable

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8. ASSEMBLY

WARNING: BE CAREFUL WHEN YOU USE THE CONSUMABLE MATERIALS. YOU MUST OBEY THE
MANUFACTURER’S HEALTH AND SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS. THE CONSUMABLE
MATERIALS CAN CAUSE DEATH OR INJURY TO PERSONS.

Subtask 33-35-02-94A-004-A01

A. Tools and Equipments

(1) These Tools and Equipment are necessary for assembly:

NOTE: Equivalent alternatives can be used.

Table 6: Tools and Equipment

PART NUMBER/
TOOLS / EQUIPMENTS SPECIFICATION MANUFACTURER

Crimp Handle (Before M22520/2-01 Commercially available


Amendment B)

Crimp Locator (Before M22520/2-02 Commercially available


Amendment B)

Crimp Tool Stratotherm 734535-1 Commercially available

Hardwood Spatula - Commercially available

Subtask 33-35-02-94A-005-A01

B. Materials

(1) These materials are necessary for assembly:

NOTE: Equivalent alternatives can be used.

Table 7: Materials

PART NUMBER/
MATERIAL SPECIFICATION MANUFACTURER

Thread lock AN 302-43 Commercially available

Silicone RTV 3145 Commercially available

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C. Assembly procedure for Loading Area Light (1-1) (Refer to IPL Figure 1)

NOTE : Between Amendment A and B PCB and Optic has been modified. Before Amendment B PCB
and Optic were separate parts, since Amendment B they are one component. Optics of units
with a label before Amendment B will not fit with PCBs from Amendment B and later.

NOTE : Replace PCB and/or Optic with spare parts PCB (1-90) or and/or Optic (1-30).

NOTE : If spare part is obsolescent order (1-91) and replace PCB (1-90) and Optic (1-30).

(1) Installation of PCB

(a) Remove unwanted remains from the old heat transfer foil from the housing.

(b) Align the new heat transfer foil (1-95) with the back of the PCB (1-90) or (1-91) and with a
sharp tool carefully cut the corners aligned with the arcs of the PCB edge.

(c) Make sure the new heat transfer foil (1-95) is still aligned with the back of the PCB (1-90) or
(1-91) and with a sharp tool carefully cut the five screw holes at the correct positions.

WARNING: USE APPROVED HAND AND EYE PROTECTION. THREAD LOCK CAN CAUSE
IRRITATION TO THE EYES OR SKIN.

(d) Apply thread lock to the five threaded holes in the housing (1-105) which fix the PCB.

(e) Correctly align the PCB (1-90) or (1-91) and heat transfer foil (1-95) with the housing (1-105).
The location where the wires are soldered on the PCB need to be positioned underneath the
connector.

(f) Secure the PCB (1-90) or (1-91) and heat transfer foil (1-95) to the housing
(1-105) with the five screws (1-100A).

(2) Installation of Connector

(a) Only do this step if it is necessary to replace the ground ring terminal (1-35) or (1-35A).

1 Refer to Figure 5 and prepare the new ground wire as shown.

2 Attach a new ring terminal (1-35) or (1-35A) with crimp tool 734535-1.

3 At the other end of the wire attach a contact pins (1-75) with crimp tool M22520/1-01
and locator M22520/1-02.

(b) Put the contact pins on the electrical wires through the hole in the backshell (1-65) or (1-65A)
and then through the hole in the housing (1-105) and the new seal (1-80).

(c) Refer to Figure 2 and push each contact pin (1-75) into the connector (1-70) or (1-70A) until it
clicks into position.

NOTE : Give the wire a light pull to make sure the contact pin has correctly snapped in.

(d) Correctly align the holes in connector (1-70) or (1-70A) and seal (1-80) with the housing
(1-105).

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WARNING: WEICONLOCK CAN CAUSE DAMAGE TO THE EYES OR SKIN. REFER TO
THE MANUFACTURERS SAFETY DATA SHEET.

(e) Apply thread lock to the threads of screws(1-85A).

(f) Secure the connector (1-70) or (1-70A) and seal (1-80) to the housing (1-105) with screws(1-
85A).

(g) Secure the backshell (1-65) or (1-65A) to connector (1-70) or (1-70A).

(h) Apply material thread lock to the threads of screw (1-20).

(i) Secure the ground wire terminal (1-35) or (1-35A) to the housing (1-105) with screw (1-40),
washers
(1-45A),(1-50A), lock washer(1-55A) and nut (1-60) or (1-60A).

(3) Installation of Optics

NOTE : This step (3) is only applicable for units built with amendment before Amendment B.

WARNING: SILICONE CAN IRRITATE THE EYES, SKIN, NOSE OR THROAT. REFER TO
THE MANUFACTURERS SAFETY DATA SHEET.

(a) If applicable remove the old silicone from the optic (1-30) and PCB (1-90) with a blunt
hardwood spatula.

(b) On the PCB (1-90) put a small quantity of silicone in the three holes that the three spigots on
the optics (1-30) engage in.

(c) Align the spigots on the optic (1-30) with the holes in the PCB (1-90) and push into position.

(d) Do steps (i) thru (k) for the other optic (1-30).

(e) If you use the old optic bracket (1-25) again carefully remove the old silicone compound with
a blunt hardwood spatula.

(f) Put a small bead of silicone on the top surface of each optic (1-30) at the positions that will
touch the optic bracket (1-25) when it is installed.

NOTE : Each optic (1-30) must have a bead of silicone in three positions.

(g) Correctly align the cut-out on the optic bracket (1-25) with the connector (1-70) or (1-70A).

(h) Carefully push the optic bracket (1-25) into position.

NOTE : The optic bracket (1-25) must be on top of the two optics (1-30) and against the
housing (1-105).

(i) Put small beads of silicone along the three sides of the optic bracket (1-25) that touch the
housing (1-105).

(j) Remove unwanted silicone from the optics (1-30) and housing (1-105) with a clean cloth.

(k) Let the silicone air dry for a minimum of 24 hours at room temperature.

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(4) Installation of Lens

(a) Put the gasket (1-20) around in the lens (1-15).

(b) Loosely assemble the lens (1-15) in housing (1-105).

(5) Installation of Frame

WARNING: WEICONLOCK CAN CAUSE DAMAGE TO THE EYES OR SKIN. REFER TO


THE MANUFACTURERS SAFETY DATA SHEET.

(a) Apply thread lock to the threads of screws (1-10) or (1-10A).

CAUTION : DO THIS STEP ON A SOFT WORK SURFACE. THE GLASS LENS IS LOOSELY
ASSEMBLED IN THE HOUSING. IF IT FALLS ONTO A HARD SURFACE WHEN
YOU MOVE THE HOUSING IT COULD BREAK.

(b) Hold lens (1-15) and correctly align the holes in the housing (1-105) with those in frame (1-5).

(c) Secure the housing (1-105) to the frame (1-5) with screws (1-10) or (1-10A).

(6) Modification of Label

NOTE : Only continue with step (6) if the following is applicable to this unit. If the unit was labelled
with Amendment A or less, and if the PCB and optics were replaced by (1-91) then the
amendment of this unit needs to be increased.

(a) Clean the surface of the existing label on the housing (1-105).

(b) Stick the new label with the amendment letter behind “AMDT”. If there is already an “A” then
stick it on top of the “A”. The label is provided together with the PCB (1-91).

(c) Discard the optical frame, the old PCB, the old optics or send them back to the supplier.

5 mm + 0.5 mm 5 mm + 0.5 mm
(0.197in. + 0.02 in.) (0.197in. + 0.02 in.)

80 mm (3.15 in.)

Ground Wire Preparation


Figure 5 / GRAPHIC 33-35-02-99B-005-A01

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9. FITS AND CLEARANCES

Not Applicable.
TASK 33-35-02-940-801-A01

10. SPECIAL TOOLS, FIXTURES, EQUIPMENT AND CONSUMABLES

A. Tools and Equipments

(1) These Tools and Equipment are necessary for tasting, assembly, disassembly:

NOTE: Equivalent alternatives can be used.

Table 8: Tools and Equipment

TOOLS / PART NUMBER/


EQUIPMENTS SPECIFICATION MANUFACTURER USAGE

Power Supply Voltage: 0 - 30 VDC Commercially Testing


Current: 0 - 3 A available

Insulation Tester Voltage: 500 V Commercially Testing


available

Digital Multimeter Accuracy DC Voltage ± 0.002%, Commercially Testing


Current ± 0.05% AC ± 0.04% @ available
10 Hz to 20 kHz,
Current ± 0.1% @ 10 Hz to 5 kHz

Wired connector P/N: 8522-20 F0225 Disassembly


pin extractor size
20 pins

Oil free low - Commercially Cleaning


pressure air available
supply

Crimp Handle P/N: M22520/2-01 Daniels Assembly


Manufacturing
Corporation 526
Thorpe Road
Orlando, FL
32824-8133, USA

Crimp Locator P/N: M22520/2-02 Daniels Assembly


Manufacturing
Corporation 526
Thorpe Road
Orlando, FL
32824-8133, USA

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TOOLS / PART NUMBER/


EQUIPMENTS SPECIFICATION MANUFACTURER USAGE

Crimp Tool P/N: 734535-1 K1636 Assembly


Stratotherm

Hardwood Spatula - Commercially Assembly


available

B. Materials

(1) These materials are necessary for disassembly, assembly, repair and testing:

NOTE Equivalent alternatives can be used.

Table 9: Materials

PART NUMBER/
MATERIAL SPECIFICATION MANUFACTURER USAGE
Isopropyl Alcohol TT-I-735A (USA) Commercially available Cleaning
Soft Soap - Commercially available Cleaning
Thread lock AN 302-43 WEICON (C1892) Assembly
Silicone RTV 3145 D8367 Assembly
Polythene Bag - Commercially available Storage
Cardboard Box - Commercially available Storage
Vinyl Tape - Commercially available Storage

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11. STORAGE (INCLUDING TRANSPORTATION)

Subtask 33-35-02-94A-006-A01

A. Materials

(1) These materials are necessary for storage:

NOTE: Equivalent alternatives can be used.

Table 10: Materials

PART NUMBER/
MATERIAL SPECIFICATION MANUFACTURER

Polythene Bag - Commercially available

Cardboard Box - Commercially available

Vinyl Tape - Commercially available

Subtask 33-35-02-620-001-A01
B. Procedure

(1) Packing

(a) Make sure the unit is clean, dry and serviceable.

(b) Put a plastic cap on the connector.

(c) Make a written record of the data given on the unit nameplate.

(d) Put the unit into a Polythene bag, remove as much air as possible, and then seal the bag.

(e) Put the unit in a cardboard box and then seal the box.

(f) Put all the data recorded at step (c) on the box.

(2) Storage

(a) Keep the unit in a clean dry room.

(b) Keep the temperature of the room between -10° C (14° F) and + 40° C (104° F).

(c) Keep the Relative humidity at approximately 45% to 90%.

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ILLUSTRATED PARTS LIST
TASK 33-35-02-950-801-A01
12. INTRODUCTION

A. General

(1) The Illustrated Parts List illustrates and lists all assemblies and component parts for the Light.

(2) The FIG & ITEM column lists the applicable illustration figure number on which the part is shown,
and the item number by which the part may be located on the illustration.

(3) The PART NUMBER column lists the original manufacturers part number for each item in the list.

(4) The AIRLINE STOCK NUMBER column is left blank for airline internal use.

(5) The NOMENCLATURE column gives the name of each assembly or part. Detail parts of an
assembly are listed immediately after the assembly, and are indented one dot to the right to
indicate relationship.

(6) The EFFECT CODE column establishes parts relationship with units or assemblies which are
essentially the same but have minor deviations.

(7) The UNITS PER ASSY column provides the quantities used in one complete assembly.

B. List of Abbreviations

AFT AFTER

ASSY ASSEMBLY

EFF EFFECTIVE

DIA DIAMETER

EUT EQUIPMENT UNDER TEST

FIG FIGURE

FWD FORWARD

IPL ILLUSTRATED PARTS LIST

LH LEFT HAND

NP NOT PROCURABLE

RF REFERENCE

RH RIGHT HAND

GLS GOODRICH LIGHTING SYSTEMS GMBH

TTL TOTAL

P/N PART NUMBER

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VENDOR DETAILS

Vendor Code Vendor Names and Addresses

VK1636 Tyco Electronics UK Ltd


Faraday Road, Dorcan Swindon
SN3 5HH United Kingdom

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105

80
70
85A
95

90

30

25

100A
15

20 5

10

LOADING AREA LIGHT (UPTO AMENDMENT A)


IPL Figure 1 Sheet 01 / GRAPHIC 33-35-02-99B-001-A01

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105

80
70
85A
95

91

100A

15

20 5

10

LOADING AREA LIGHT (FROM AMENDMENT B)


IPL Figure 1 Sheet 02 / GRAPHIC 33-35-02-99B-001-A01

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AIRLINE UNITS
NOMENCLATURE EFFECT
FIG.ITEM PART NUMBER STOCK PER
1234567 CODE
NUMBER ASSY

1 -1 F1001940-00 LIGHT, LOADING AREA A RF


UP TO AMENDMENT A

-1A F1001940-00 LIGHT, LOADING AREA B RF


FROM AMENDMENT B ONWARDS

5 F1001607-00 .FRAME ASSY, LAL 1

ATTACHING PARTS
10 DIN7985M4-10A2 .SCREW PHILLIPS HD, M4 X10, SS 6
SUPSD BY -10A

-10A 965 .SCREW, COUNTERSUNK 6


GOODRICH P/N F9502020-08
TRUE P/N DIN965
SUPSDS 10
* * *

15 F3101611-00 .LENS, LAL 1

20 F3101613-00 .GASKET, LAL 1

25 F3101778-00 .BRACKET, OPTIC LAL (NP) A 1

30 F2101643-00 .OPTIC, MACHINED LAL (NP) A 2

-35 152646 .TERMINAL RING (VK1636) 1


SUPSD BY -35A

-35A 1577620-1 .TERMINAL RING (VK1636) 1


GOODRICH P/N F9052100-05
SUPSDS -35

ATTACHING PARTS
-40 DIN965M4-10A2 .SCREW PHILLIPS HD, M4 X 10, SS 1
SUPSD BY -40A

-40A 965M4X10 .SCREW, COUNTERSUNK 1


GOODRICH P/N F9502020-08
TRUE P/N DIN965M4X10
SUPSDS -40
* * *

-45 DIN125-1A43AL DELETED

-45A 125A43A2 .WASHER 1


GOODRICH P/N F9520000-10
TRUE P/N DIN 125-A 4.3-A2

-50 DIN125-1A43A2 DELETED

- ITEM NOT ILLUSTRATED

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NOMENCLATURE EFFECT
FIG.ITEM PART NUMBER STOCK PER
1234567 CODE
NUMBER ASSY

1 -50A 125A43AL .WASHER 1


GOODRICH P/N F9520000-06
TRUE P/N DIN 125-A4.3-AL

-55 DIN128A4A2 DELETED

-55A 128A4A2 .WASHER, LOCK


GOODRICH P/N F9520000-11 1
TRUE P/N DIN128 A4-A2

-60 EN24032M4 .NUT M4 1


SUPSD BY -60A

-60A 4032M4A2 .NUT 1


GOODRICH P/N F9514030-09
TRUE P/N ISO 4032-M4-A2
SUPSDS -60
* * *

-65 ASNE00460108A .BACKSHELL 1


SUPSD BY -65A

-65A E0046018B .BACKSHELL 1


GOODRICH P/N F9055001-23
SUPSDS -65

70 EN3646A0083AM .CONNECTOR
TRUE P/N EN3646A0083AMN 1
SUPSD BY -70A

-70A EN3646A00898CN .CONNECTOR


GOODRICH P/N F9055001-22 1
SUPSDS -70

-75 EN3155018M2018 ..CONTACT PIN 3

80 F3101617-00 .SEAL, LAL 1

-85 DIN7985M3-5A2 DELETED

ATTACHING PARTS
85A 7985M3X5A2H .SCREW 4
GOODRICH P/N F9503000-07
TRUE P/N DIN 7985-M3X5-A2-H
* * *

90 F1001604-00 .PCB ASSY, LAL (NP) A 1

91 F1003686-00 .PCB ASSY. LAL INCL. OPTICS B 1

- ITEM NOT ILLUSTRATED


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AIRLINE UNITS
NOMENCLATURE EFFECT
FIG.ITEM PART NUMBER STOCK PER
1234567 CODE
NUMBER ASSY

1 95 F3101618-00 .FOIL, HEAT TRANSFER LAL 1

-100 DIN7985M3-5A2 DELETED

ATTACHING PARTS
100A 7985M3X5A2H .SCREW 5
GOODRICH P/N F9503000-07
TRUE P/N DIN 7985-M3X5-A2-H
* * *

105 F3101606-00 .HOUSING, LAL 1

- ITEM NOT ILLUSTRATED

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