By Martin Heidegger
A revised translation of Heidegger's most vital work.
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TORPEDO FIRE CONTROL EQUIPMENT (DESTROYER TYPE) CIC is indicated on the inner dials of the bearing receiver. The director is trained on the target when the director trainer turns the training handwheel to match the bearing receiver dials. If the target is visible, the director trainer can pick up the target by turning the training handwheel until the vertical crossline of the telescope intersects the target. Note: In case of power failure, these hand cranks should be left in the "IN" position. As the problem progresses, the own ship course hand crank must be turned to keep the zero reader dial at "0" and the sight angle hand crank must be turned to keep the high and low speed zero reader dials matched at "0".
Each cam has a constant lead spiral groove. These cam plates are called the speed gears because they are turned until the desired target speed and torpedo speed are in alignment with the respective dial settings. One revolution of the cam plate is the equivalent of 20 knots. See figures 32 and 33. A total of five lightwells, each equipped with two Navy type TS-20 6-8 volt bayonet-base type lamps, are mounted on the case and provide illumination for the various dials. Computer Assembly. The computer is the largest assembly in the rotating case.