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TYPICAL OPEN CIRCUIT VOLTAGE AND SPECIFIC GRAVITY VALUES - TM-5-4210-233-14P-1_494
TM 5-4210-233-14&P-1 4-114.  BATTERIES This task covers: a. Test c. Installation b. Removal TOOLS REQUIRED: PERSONNEL REQUIRED: 2 Tool Kit, General Mechanics, Automotive (Appendix B, Section Ill, Item 1) EQUIPMENT CONDITION Hydrometer (Appendix B, Section Ill, Item 7) Main Engine Shutdown (see para 2-12.) APU Shutdown (see para 2-16.) a. Test. WARNING Batteries   contain   sulfuric   acid.      They   may   also contain explosive mixtures of hydrogen and oxygen gases  in  each  cell  at  all  times.    To  avoid  serious injury,   always   wear   face   shield,   goggles,   safety shoes, gloves and protective clothing when working with    batteries.        Keep    sparks,    flames,    burning cigarettes   or   other   ignition   sources   away   at   all times. Do the following steps for each cell: NOTE Never  take  hydrometer  reading  immediately  after water is added to cell.  Water must be mixed com- pletely with electrolyte, by charging, before hydrometer readings are reliable. Make   sure   hydrometer   barrel   and   float   are   not cracked and that float is clean.  Draw in and expel electrolyte   in   hydrometer   several   times   to   bring hydrometer float and barrel to same temperature as electrolyte. (1)  Remove filler caps from battery. (2)  Draw electrolyte into hydrometer until bulb is fully expanded and float Iifts free.  Float shouId    not    touch    side,    top    or    bottom stopper of barrel. (3)    Hold  hydrometer  with  surface  of  liquid  in barrel at eye level.  Disregard curvature of liquid   at   float   stem   and   barrel.      Read specific gravity on float scale. (4)  Compare reading to following table.  Fully charged specific gravity of 1.265 corrected to 80°F (26.7°C) is assumed. 4-364

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