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Volume 1
MIL-HDBK-162 A
ITEM NAME: CONTROL-MONITOR GROUP
TYPE: AN/FSA-4
INSTALLATION CONSIDERATIONS
RELATION TO SIMILAR EQUIPMENT
Siting: Equipment is installed in
The AN/FSA-4 is interchangeable with the AN/FSA-
Control Center Building.
4A.  The difference is the AN/FSA-4A has a lockout
Mounting: Consoles are bolted to the floor.
feature and an automatic visual identification of
incoming signals.
TECHNICAL DESCRIPTION
Input is 117v, 60 cps
PRINCIPAL COMPONENTS AND PHYSICAL DATA
COMPONENT
QTY
HEIGHT
WIDTH
DEPTH
UNIT WT.
(Inches)
(Inches)
(Inches)
(Pounds)
Communications Control Console
6
43-1/81-
21/9/32
41-3/4
199
OA-444/FSA-4
Communications Control Console
1
43-1/8
21-9/32
41-3/4
200
OA-445/FSA-4
Communications Control Console
1
43-1/8
21-9/32
41-3/4
127
OA-467/FSA-4
Communications Control Console
1
43-1/8
21-9/32
41-3/4
115
OA-468/FSA-4
Communications Control Console
2
43-1/B
21-9/32
41-3/4
93
OA-469/FSA-4
Power Supply Group 1
76
22
21-7/16
669
OA-451/FSA-4
Interconnecting Group
1
76
22
38
354.5
OA-447/FSA-4
Telephone Main Distribution
1
76
22
38
459.5
Facilities Group OA-448/FSA-4
Interconnecting Group
1
76
22
38
319.5
OA-449/FSA-4
Receiver-Transmitter Control
2
76
22
38
518.5
Group OA-450/FSA-4
Transmitter Control Group
1
76
22
38
604.5
OA-526/FSA-4
Control Monitor C-1191/FSA-4
3
14
19
12-15/16
137.5
Wiring Harness CX-2228/FSA-4
2
10-1/2
19
6
16.5
REFERENCE DATA AND LITERATURE
Technical Orders
31S1-2FSA4- Series
AN/FSA-4: 2
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