7 - 1 . SCOPE. F i n a l i n s p e c t i o n i n c l u d e s
marked with an *.
visual inspections and system tests
performed by intermediate maintenance
Successful completion of system test of
the alignment device
personnel to detect malfunctions and to
the equipment is acceptable for "return
validate system operation after trouble-
to user" or "return to stock."
shooting and repair have been completed.
A system test must be performed complete-
7 - 2 . COMPLETION OF INSPECTION. Upon
completion of final inspection and the
ly each time, w h e t h e r i d e n t i f y i n g m a l -
is restored to a
functions or validating repair. Test con-
completely serviceable condition, cer-
figuration diagrams are provided. Dur-
ing system test, when a malfunction is
tification shall be made that the equip-
i d e n t i f i e d , appropriate reference is
ment is acceptable for "return to user"
or for "return to stock."
made to troubleshooting procedures in
ALIGNMENT FIXTURE FINAL INSPECTION
7 - 3 . VISUAL INSPECTION. Check the
general appearance. P a i n t e d s u r f a c e s
Although the laser light emit-
will be free of bare spots, scratches
ted by MILES equipment trans-
deep enough to expose bare metal, and
mitters is considered eye safe
chipped or loose paint. There will be
n o s i g n s o f c o r r o s i o n . Check panel
Health, suitable precautions
surfaces for nicks, burrs, dents, or
must be taken to avoid possi-
Surfaces will be free of
ble damage to the eye from
a l l f o r e i g n m a t t e r . Inspect sealed
overexposure to this radiated
e n e r g y . Precautionary measures
on identification plates and controls
include the following:
will be clearly defined and easily read.
Avoid viewing the laser emit-
7 - 4 . ALIGNMENT DEVICE SYSTEMS TESTS.
ter at close range (less than
device i s t e s t e d b y o b -
12 meters). I n c r e a s i n g t h e
serving its response to MILES laser
distance from the eye to the
laser source greatly reduces
the risks of overexposure.
a. Test Equipment Required. The
Avoid viewing the emitter
following test equipment is required:
directly along the opti-
(1) MILES programmer test set
cal axis of radiated beam.
Especially avoid viewing
with aperture adapter
the emitter directly
(3) BA-200/U or BA-3200/U, 6-volt
along the optical axis of
batteries, 3 each, or equivalent
the beam through stabil-
ized optics such as binoc-
(5) DC power supply, O-20 volts,
u l a r s , telescopes or
periscopes, at ranges
less than 75 meters.