Figure Space Support Equipment

FIGURE 1-38 LM SSE WITH LRV INSTALLED FIGURE 1-38 LM SSE WITH LRV INSTALLED astronaut removes insulation blanket, operating tapes astronaut remotely initiates and executes deployment 'astronaut lowers lrv from storage bay with first reel 'astronaut lowers lrv from storage bay with first reel aft chassis locks in position forward chassis locks in position. astronaut lowers lrv to surface with second level astronaut unfolds seats, footrests, (final stop) forward chassis locks in position....

Hard Stop

I K URI 1-1J TOR()UL RLQUIRLI) TO ROTATE HAND CONTROLLLR FOR STEERING CONTROL position, the torque required to pivot the hand controller further outboard increases linearally with displacement until the hand controller hard stop limit is reached at the 14 degree outboard hand controller position. The hand controller is spring loaded to return to the neutral steering position when released. Braking is initiated with the LRV in either forward or reverse by pivoting the hand controller rearward...

Cres Steel Nuts

Thermal control systems are incorporated into the LRV to maintain temperature sensitive components within the appropriate temperature limits during the translunar phase of a mission, during operation on the lunar surface, and during periods of inoperation on the lunar surface. Thermal control systems consist of special surface finishes, multilayer insulation, space radiators, second surface mirrors, thermal straps, and fusible mass heat sinks (figure 1-31). Thermal control for the 1G Trainer is...

Info

Route low gain antenna cable to LCRU and secure to LRV witn strap on console and clips on forward chassis. e. Connect low gain antenna cable to LCRU. 2.3.5 High Gain Antenna Installation. a. Remove high gain antenna from LM stowage position. b. Insert high gain antenna staff into the mounting receptacle on the left front corner of the LRV and lock. d. Remove and discard optical sight retaining clamp. f. Connect HGA cable to the LCRU. g. Activate LCRU GCTA and perform communication checks as...

Figure Lrv Rear Payload Pallet Adapters

Connect pallet to pallet support post. e. Rotate pallet about support post until pallet locks in pallet adaDter on LRV LH aft chassis. b. Release BSLSS support strac on back of right seat. c. Feed strap through BSLSS bag handle and secure to PLSS support velcro on front of back seat. PAYLOAD ITEMS MOUNTED N PAl I i T BEFORE LAUNCH (PAYLOAD ITEMS NOT SHOWN)

Figure Caution And Warning System

The auxiliary connector (figure 1-21) provides power for the Lunar Communications Relay Unit (LCRU). Power at the connector is furnished at 36 (+5 -3) VDC through a 7.5 ampere circuit breaker. Source impedance at the connector is less than 0.4 ohms shunted by a 440 micro-farad capacitor. Prior to launch, the LCRU power cable is attached to the auxiliary connector. The 1G Trainer auxiliary connector is not electrically functional. 1.5 CONTROL AND DISPLAY CONSOLE The Control and Display Console...

NOTE

The odometer logic cannot distinguish between forward and reverse wheel rotation. Therefore, reverse operation of the LRV adds to the odometer reading. The'e are four odometers in the system, one for each traction drive unit. Nine odometer pulses are generated for each revolution of each wheel. These signals are amplified and shaped in the motor controller circuitry and enter the line receiver in the SPU. The odometer pulses from the right rear wheel enter the velocity processor for display on...

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Lunar Roving Vehicle Deployment

Tape deployment envelope typ both sides tape deployment envelope typ both sides figure 2-3 lrv deployment envelope and envelope for deployment tape operation figure 2-3 lrv deployment envelope and envelope for deployment tape operation FIGURE 2-4 CREWMAN POSITIONED TO DEPLOY LRV J . Basic D te 12 4 70 Cnanqe Date 4 19 71 W