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Table 5-2.--Sound-Powered Telephone Circuits--Continued
Primary Circuits--Continued
Supplementary Circuits--Continued
Circuit
Title
Circuit
Title
2JZ
Damage and stability control
X10J
Cargo transfer control circuit
3JZ
Main deck repair circuit
X10J1
Cargo transfer circuit­low decks
4JZ
Forward repair circuit
X10J10
Cargo transfer circuit­upper decks
5JZ
After repair circuit
X11J
Captain's and admiral's cruising circuit
6JZ
Midship repair circuit
X12J
Capstan control circuit
7JZ
Engineer's repair circuit
X13J
Aircraft crane control circuits
8JZ
Flight deck repair circuit
X14J
Missile handling and nuclear trunk crane
9JZ
Magazine sprinkling and ordnance repair
circuit
circuit forward
X15J
SINS information circuit
10JZ
Magazine sprinkling and ordnance repair
X16J
Aircraft elevator circuit
circuit aft
X17J
5-inch ammunition hoist circuit
11JZ
Gallery deck and island repair circuit
X18J
Machine gun ammunition hoist circuit
X19J
Missile component elevator circuit
Auxiliary Circuits
X20J
Weapons elevator circuit
X21J
Catapult circuit
XJA
Auxiliary captain's battle circuit
X22J
Catapult steam control circuit
X1JG
Auxiliary aircraft control circuit
X23J
Stores conveyor circuit
X1JV
Auxiliary maneuvering and docking circuit
X24J
Cargo elevator circuit
XJX
Auxiliary radio and signal circuit
X25J
Sonar service circuit
X2JZ
Auxiliary damage and stability control
X26J
Jet engine test circuit
circuit
X28J
Dumbwaiter circuit
X29J
Timing and recording circuit
Supplementary Circuits
X34J
Alignment cart service circuit
X40J
Casualty communication circuit
X1J
Ship administration circuit
X41J
Special weapons shop service circuit
X2J
Leadsman and anchor control circuit
X42J
Missile assembly and handling circuit
X3J
Engineer watch officer's circuit
X43J
Weapons system service circuit
X4J
Degaussing control circuit
X44J
ASROC service circuit
X5J
Machinery room control circuit
X45J
Special weapons security circuit
X6J1
Electronic service circuit
X50J
Fog foam circuit
X6J7
ECM service circuit
X61J
Nuclear support facilities operations and
X7J
Radiosonde information circuit
handling
X8J
Replenishment-at-sea circuit
X9J
Radar trainer circuit
Supplementary Circuits
Auxiliary Circuits
Supplementary circuits provide the means of
communication  for  various  subordinate  control,
operating, and service functions. Supplementary
Auxiliary  circuits  duplicate  certain  principal
circuits are designated X1J through X61J and are
primary  circuits  as  an  alternate  means  of
normally string circuits.
communication in case of damage to the primary
circuit. The wiring of the auxiliary circuits is
PARALLELING OF CIRCUITS
separated as much as practicable from the wiring of
the corresponding primary circuits to lessen the
When two or more circuits are tied together, the
possibility of damage to both circuits. Auxiliary
result  is  to  parallel  as  many  sound-powered
circuits  are  designated  XJA  through  XJZ.
telephones as there are manned stations.

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