1-10. Equipment data. The equipment data summarizes the specific capabilities and limitations of the equipment and
other critical data needed by the operator and organizational maintenance personnel for operation and maintenance of
TABLE 1-1. EQUIPMENT DATA
Equipment data pertaining to major components of the HAARS are listed in the following maintenance manuals:
TM 10-1670-215-23/T.O. 13C5-1-102
68-inch-diameter pilot parachute
G-12E cargo parachute and deployment bag
TM 10-1670-240-20/T.0. 13C7-49-11
High altitude container
60-inch-long connector strap
120-inch-long connector strap
Vent Pull-Down Center Line.
Type V 1-inch-wide nylon webbing
Altitude Sensor Parachute Staging Unit (ASPSU).
100 feet to 990 feet altitude activation range in 100 foot increments
referenced to standard sea level barometric pressure
100 to 4,900 feet; 150 feet
5,000 to 9,900 feet; 250 feet
Time to activation
3.0 to 115 seconds, following arming
Two controls; Ft x 1000 and Ft x 100
Select thousands of feet 0 to 9 and hundreds of feet 0 to 9
Arming pin pull force
18 lbs., nominal; 12 lbs. minimum, 30 lbs. maximum
One control; ten positions, labeled 29.5 to 30.4 inches of mercury, in 0.1
3.5 seconds nominal; 3.0 seconds minimum, 4.0 seconds maximum
a. Altitude Sensor Module, FTL3648-1: Until a malfunction occurs.
b. Cutter Module, FTL3648-2; one (1) air drop
Temperature: -70 (-57C) to + 160 (71C)
Humidity: up to 90% relative @104 (40C)
Altitude: Sea level to 50,000 ft.
Temperature: -65 (-54C) to -120 (49C)
Humidity: up to 90% relative @ 104F (40C)
Altitude: Sea level to 30,000 ft.
ASPSU will not self activate when exposed to temperature up to 250
ASPSU operation not degraded by presence of electromagnetic energy
or RF fields encountered in the air drop environment
Tag and Safety Pin. Pulled prior to ASPSU arming.