The tape recorder is packed in double cardboard
containers for domestic shipment.
The inner container is placed in a
plastic bag for moisture proofing and then placed in the outer container.
Cardboard spacers are used to fill space around the equipment to re-
duce shock and movement during transport. Two reels of recording tape
(1800 feet each) and one empty take-up reel are packaged in separate
containers and are included in the inner container.
No special pro-
cedures need be followed for unpacking the equipment.
Care should be
observed to prevent damage to the equipment during unpacking.
INSPECTION OF EQUIPMENT.
Inspect the equipment for any
If damage is
apparent damage that may have occurred during shipment.
found, report the damage immediately in accordance with established
Check the equipment received against the packing slip
and the list of equipment supplied (table 1-1) to determine that all
required equipment was received.
The recorder operates from a 115V ac, 50 or 60 Hz power source.
The line frequency of the power source must be determined to be either
a nominal 50 Hz or 60 Hz, since the capstan drive pulley is selected
The recorder is portable and requires only a relatively flat
surface area within eight feet of the ac power source (refer to fig. 2-2).
CAPSTAN DRIVE PULLEY SELECTION AND INSTALLATION.
The recorder is supplied with the capstan drive pulley for a
60 Hz source installed on the capstan drive motor shaft.