inet 6 (fig. 12). It is a 15-foot,
on top of each heater; the power cord ex-
tends through a hole in the right side of
three-conductor cable with a
watertight power receptacle on one
the back cover plate.
b. Intercommunication S t a t i o n LS-
end, and red, white, and black pre-
pared leads on the other end.
147(*)/FI (fig. 18).
mounted on the curbside wall (fig. 11). It
(3) Cable Assembly, Telepone CX-
provides two-way, nonprivate communica-
4760/U (fig. 2).
tion in a system that consists of other LS-
(26-pair cable stub) is stored in
147(*)/FI's or equivalent equipments.
cabinet 6 (fig. 12). It Is 15 feet long
c. Exhaust Blowers.
Two exhaust blow-
and is equipped with a 26-pair
ers mounted on the front wall (fig. 7
cable connector on one end and pre-
and 13) are equipped with removable
pared leads on the other end. ,
covers which muffle the sound when the
blowers are operating. Exhaust vents to
(4) SB-22(*)/PT cable stub (fig. 20).
the outside of the shelter are provided
The SB-22(*)/PT cable stub is 3
feet long and is equipped with a
d. Clock. An 8-day, luminous-dial, 24-
26-pin connector on one end and
hour clock is mounted on the front wall
prepared leads on the other.
used for winding and setting the clock.
(5) Telephone cords (fig. 2). Three
e. Cords and Cables.
telephone cords are stored in a
(1) Power cable assembly and reel
storage cabinet two are installed
for use with the LS-147(*)FI
is wound on a reel and secured by
and bracket-mounted TA-312/PT.
a tiedown bar to the floor of the
They are flexible, two-conductor
shelter (fig. 15). It is a 100-foot,
cords; each has a telephone plug
three-conductor cable wit h a
one one end and prepared leads at
watertight power connector on each
(6) Handset-headset extension cord.
(2) Power cable stub (fig. 2). The
The handset-headset extension
power cable stub is stored in cab-