fan power output connector (fig. 2-3) and to remote fan power input connector (fig. 2-3) on the non-operating unit. The
remote operation cable adapter (fig. 2-3) may be used to join two 400 Hz remote power cable assemblies together to
obtain additional length. Recirculating fans in two non-operating units may be powered from the operating unit provided
the cooled air system in the operating unit is not operating.
Standby operation connections. If the power unit is to be used as a standby unit or is to be connected to
another power unit that will function as a standby, connect dc electrical power standby cable assembly between the
standby operation control connector (fig. 2-3) on both the operating unit and the stand-by unit. Refer to paragraph 2-16j.
Conditioned air system connections. Remove duct retaining assemblies from collapsed conditioned air
duct assemblies, extend duct assemblies and inspect for abrasions, holes, or other damage. Connect duct assemblies as
Handle duct assemblies with care to avoid damage to fabric.
Remove covers from return air inlets (fig. 1-1). Connect conditioned air duct assemblies (fig. 1-16)
to return air inlets using clamps provided with duct assembly. Connect other end of duct to return air outlet of element.
Use conditioned air duct coupling assemblies (fig. 1-16), as required, to connect two or more duct assemblies for
Remove covers from conditioned air outlets (fig. 1-2). Connect conditioned air duct assemblies (fig.
1-16) to conditioned air outlets using clamps provided with duct assembly. Connect other end of duct to conditioned air
inlet of other elements of the MUST hospital. Use conditioned air duct coupling assemblies (fig. 1-16), as required, to
connect two or more duct assemblies for additional length.
Make sure return air and air out duct assemblies are connected to the corresponding inlets
and outlets on the power unit to insure that each element serviced is connected with
conditioned air and return air going through the same system.
Condenser air inlet panels (fig. 1-1 and 1-2) and condenser air outlet doors (fig. 1-1 and 1-2)
shall be opened before operation of the cooled air system.
Compressed air system connections. Connect compressed air hose assembly (fig. 1-16) to compressed
air outlet fitting (fig. 2-7). Install junction box and valve manifold assembly (fig. 1-16) and inflation and deflation ejector
assembly (fig. 1-16) to the inflation manifold on the inflatable element of the MUST hospital. Connect delivery end of
compressed air hose assembly to ejector assembly for inflation or deflation of the element.
Vacuum system connection. Connect vacuum hose assembly (fig. 1-16) to vacuum outlet fitting (fig. 2-7).
Connect other end of vacuum hose assembly to element requiring vacuum service.