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KG 102/102A GYRO INSTALLATION
The KG 102/102A Gyro is a remote mounted unit that provides gyro stabilized magnetic heading
to the KI 525/525A Indicator when coupled to the KMT 112 Transmitter.
The KG 102/102A may be mounted in any convenient location. The mounting surface should be
such that when the aircraft is in level flight the mounting surface of the KG 102/102A will be level
degrees in any direction. The unit should be secured with two #8 screws into the vibra-
tion mount per Figure 2-3. Using the connector furnished with the unit connect the wiring as
shown in the Figures 2-9 and 2-10.
KMT 112 TRANSMITTER INSTALLATION
The KMT 112 Transmitter detects the horizontal component of the earth's magnetic field and
transmits them to the KI 525/525A Indicator for use as long term correction information.
The KMT 112 should be located as far as possible from all sources of local magnetic disturbances
such as engines, electrical cables, or radio equipment. A wing tip or tail section location will usu-
ally be satisfactory. The use of a hand held compass can be helpful in determining if the selected
area is free of magnetic disturbance. The mounting surface should be such that when the aircraft
is in level flight the mounting flange of the KMT 112 will be level within
should be secured per Figure 2-4 with the three #6-32 non-magnetic screws and associated non-
magnetic hardware that are provided with the unit. Using the connector provided connect the wir-
ing to the unit as shown in Figures 2-9 and 2-10.
KA 51/51A/51B SLAVING ACCESSORY INSTALLATION
The KA 51/51A/51B Slaving Accessory is a panel mounted unit that contains the slaving meter,
slaving switches, and corrector circuitry which compensates for the effect of local magnetic distur-
bances. The KA 51A/51B is internally lighted.
The KA 51/51A is mounted from the front of the aircraft panel and should be secured per Figure
2-5, 6 with four #4-40 screws that are provided with the unit. Using the connector provided con-
nect the wiring to the unit as shown in Figure 2-9 and 2-10.
The KA 51B is mounted from the front of the aircraft panel (the compensator assembly may be
remote mounted) and is secured per Figure 2-1 with two #4-40 screws provided in the installation
kit. Using the connector provided, connect the wiring to the unit as shown in Figure 2-2.
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