MG82

  1. A Class _ field change requires no installation funding. These field changes are approved for accomplishment (installation) by forces afloat or station personnel on ship- or shore-installed equipment without further reference to the cognizant management
    command, under conditions stated in the field change instructions.
    A
  2. A Class _ field change requires Fleet installation funding (not applicable to shore-installed equipment except at training activities). Changes to shipboard equipment we approved for accomplishment by naval shipyards or repair facilities without further reference to NAVSEA, under conditions stated in the field change instructions, when authorized by Type Commanders. Changes to equipment at training activities are approved for accomplishment and funded by the appropriate systems Command.
    B
  3. A Class _ field change normally requires industrial assistance for installation, and requires the appropriate Systems Command installation funding. This class of field change includes, but is not limited to,
    changes of an operationtd improvement nature which are to be authorized and accomplished by SHIPALT in the Modernization Plan.
    C
  4. A type I field change consists of the publications material (field change bulletins and publication corrections) and all parts, materials, and special tools required to accomplish the change to one equipment and to revise existing equipment nameplates, publications, and charts.
    I
  5. A type _ field change consists only of publications material required to accomplish the change to the equipment and to revise
    existing equipment publications and charts. The publications material may be promulgated in the form of the bulletins and correction material, or by means of a published article.
    H
  6. Type __ field change may require the
    parts be requisitioned from stock.
    II
  7. A Type ___ field change consists of the publications material (field change bulletins and publication corrections) and only a portion of the parts, materials, and special tools required to accomplish the change to one equipment and to revise existing nameplates, publications and charts.
    III
  8. A Type __ field change consists of only publications material required to accomplish the field change to the equipment and to revise existing equipment publications and charts. The Type IV field change information will be in the form of a publication package, but may be promulgated in advance by means of a published article such as in the Electronic Information Bulletin (EIB). Type IV field changes do not require the use of parts, materials, or special tools.
    IV
  9. The most common TIN/LEAD
    solder alloys are ___ and ___.
    60/40

    63/37
  10. An alloy which has a single sharp melting
    point and changes directly from a solid to a liquid with no plastic state is called a ______ alloy. The only TIN/LEAD solder alloy with ______ characteristics is 63/37
    EUTECTIC

    EUTECTIC
  11. The purpose of soldering flux is to
    remove _______  from metals to be soldered.
    surface oxides
  12. Soldering fluxes may be divided into three general types or classifications:
    • Chloride (commonly called
    • “acid”) type flux.

    Organic type flux.

    Rosin or resin type fluxes.
  13. Inert at normal temperatures, flux becomes highly active at soldering temperatures. This characteristic makes _____ totally noncorrosive, except at soldering temperatures.
    rosin
  14. Coast Guard units shall document and package unserviceable DLR
    items within _______ of receipt of replacement item. Coast Guard units shall ship DLR items via traceable means.
    48 hours
  15. What settings should the Furuno DFF1 mode switch be set at to go from NavNet 3D to Navnet?
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  16. If the Furuno DFF-1 LED is lighting continuously what does that signify?
    NavNet is not showing the sounder display, or sounder is not connected to NavNet.
  17. If the Furuno DFF-1 LED is flashing every 2 seconds what does that signify?
    Normal operation
  18. If the Furuno DFF-1 LED is flashing every 4 seconds, what does that signify?
    Factory test mode
  19. How long does the Furuno DFF-1 LED light after turning on power while the system is being initialized?
    20 seconds
  20. What fuses does the Furuno DFF-1 have and what do they do?
    2 3 Amp fuses FGBO-A 125V 3A PBF

    They are located snap-in fuse holder on the power cable protect the equipment from equipment fault and reverse polarity of the ship's mains.
  21. What is the output power of the Furuno DFF-1?
    600 W/ 1 kW rms nominal, 1 kW requires optional MB-1100
  22. What is the transmit frequency of the Furuno DFF-1?
    50 kHz or 200 kHz,  50/200 kHz exchangeable
  23. On the Furuno PG-500R what lights should light if the unit is good?
    All lights
  24. On the Furuno PG-500R if the status led blinks slowly what does that mean?
    Magnetic deviation error
  25. On the Furuno PG-500R if the status led blinks quickly what does that mean?
    EEPROM error
  26. On the Furuno PG-500R if the status led goes off what does that mean?
    Other than an EEPROM error or Magnetic deviation error.  The appropriate LED blinks.  If the CALIB LED blinks then it is a Rate Sensor error.  If the TRUE LED blinks cable of the magnetic sensor is cut.
  27. How do you clear the memory on a PG-500R?
    • 1. Disconnect the power cable from the
    • equipment.
    • 2. Reattach the cable while pressing the
    • [AUTO] and [ADJ] keys together.
    • After the memory has been cleared, the
    • sensor returns to the normal mode.
    • If the memory could not be cleared, the
    • STATUS LED blinks quickly.
  28. How do you correct a magnetic field distortion on the PG500?
    Turn the boat in a circle, taking more than 2 minutes to complete circle (at about 3kt). While turning the boat, press (ADJ) and (DAMP) keys together for more than 2 seconds. The CALIB LED blinks. Continue turning the boat. The correction result is shown with the LED’S When correction is successful, all LED’S light.
  29. How do you correct a heading alignment on the PG500?
    • Press the (ADJ) key for more than 2 seconds. All LED’S go off.
    • Within 10 seconds, set the difference between sensor heading and actual heading with the DAMP key for (+) or ADJ key for (‐). For example, the heading output by the PG‐500 is 70° and the actual heading is 75°. Therefore, the difference is +5°. Press the DAMP (+) key five times to set +5°.
  30. For transmission power on the DFF1 how do you correctly the dip switches at which switch for the default setting of 600W?
    All switches set down for 600W at S2
  31. On the DFF1 how do you correctly the dip switches at which switch for the default setting of having NavNet 3D to be selected?
    On the MODE SW all dip switches are set down/off for the default setting of NavNet 3D.
  32. For transmission power on the DFF1 how do you correctly the dip switches at which switch to set it to 1kW?
    At switch S2 dip switches 4, 3, and 2 are down and 1 is set up.
  33. How long do you keep 1348s, MPCs, and tag outs?
    1348s=3 years

    MPCs=1 year

    tag outs= 6 months
  34. How do you ensure power synchronization on the Furuno MFD12s?
    On dip switches 1, 2, 3, 4 to on and 5, 6, 7, 8 are set to off.
  35. For the Furuno MFD12 what do the LEDs mean?
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  36. The SS60 transducer stainless steel through hull 600
    Watt transducer internal ceramic element is tilted to what degree to compensate for hull deadrise?
    20 degrees
  37. The MFD12 also passes depth information on to other display devices in the network via the ____ _____ network.
    NMEA 2000
  38. The transducer is located in the hull underneath the
    aft deck hatch. It should be labeled as having a __ degree tilt and the arrow on the label should
    be pointing towards the ___l of the RB‐S. If the transducer is misaligned then performance will be severely degraded.
    20, keel
  39. When the RB‐S is out of the water and the SINS system must be powered on it is necessary to put the transducer in _______
    mode. This prevents damage to the transducer. How do you set it properly?
    • Standby, Enter standby mode by clicking on the transducer
    • icon in the upper right corner of the screen as shown in this image. The animated icon will
    • “freeze” and Standby will be displayed.
  40. To correct the depth sounder display of no connection on the sins 29 package what do you do?
    Check the Fish Finder Source under the Fish Finder [Menu] option. If ES000002 or anything other than DFF1 is listed then click on the source and select DFF1.
  41. On the sins 29 package what should the transmission power be set to?
    10
  42. When operating in water shallower than 400-700 feet what should the RB-S 29 package depth sounder be set to?
    HF unless depth is having problems then LF
  43. What is the approximate life of an LCD screen?
    50,000 hours
  44. Action shall be taken to prevent a declared pregnant individual from receiveing how much radiation?
    less than 500 millirems (5 millisieverts) total effective dose equivalent during the entire gestation period. Exposure shall not exceed 50 millirems (0.5 millisieverts) per month.
  45. Structural Test Firing shall be conducted as soon as possible after initial delivery, or after the new or modified weapons systems installation.  A copy of Structural Test Firing results shall be sent to:
    • Commandants (CG-721) and (CG-
    • 751) and the cutter’s SFLC Product Line.
  46. An Operational Test Firing shall be conducted on all newly onstructed
    cutters after the First-in-Fleet STF is completed or when:
    an NTNO ordnance system has been overhauled or completely removed and reinstalled without modification or alteration to the foundation.
  47. Results of the Operational Test Firing shall be sent via message to the respective Product Line, SFLC-ESD, and ISEA within __ days of the event.
    30
  48. Sign all original correspondence in ____ ink to distinguish it from
    copies.
    Blue
  49. When climbing towers greater than ___ft in height the safety observer shall join the primary climber on the tower and stay within ___ft of the primary climber at all times.
    150, 150
  50. All connecting hardware must have a minimum tensile strength of ____ pounds and shall be proof tested to a minimum of ____ pounds.
    5000, 3600
Author
CDMT
ID
338860
Card Set
MG82
Description
GS2000
Updated