LRUS

AcronymDefinition
LRUSLow Rate User Stations (World Meteorological Organization; UN)
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A workstation consists of a workholding fixture and linear rail ram unit, or LRU, which is the basic building block of the Tri-Way line.
This can expand the available options when managers need to extend the life of LRUs and their incorporated components.
Program Contents: Required Circuit Card Assemblies (CCAs) & Line Replaceable Units (LRUs)
For example, suppose that LRU-Y1 sends an absent report, and each of the other three LRUs sends an unknown report.
Each of the four PA bays contains 13 19-inch rack-mounted LRUs to produce the final output of the SSPA.
In recent years Triumph has provided approximately 2,000 LRUs per year to Pratt & Whitney, a 220 percent increase, since their initial maintenance service contract was signed in 2002.
Notice that the LRU contains frequency references, local oscillator generation, up/down frequency conversion, and digital-to-analog (D/A) and analog-to-digital (A/D) as well as signal processing functions.
In place of onsite LRU repair using the IFTE, the Army determined that it was most cost-efficient to maintain Avengers at low density sites by replacing not mission capable (NMC) LRUs through Army supply system requisitions.
For this single LRU, the cost avoidance for a reduction of 12 LRUs (major component) would result in a $1.65M cost avoidance.
In fact, the (V)5's 35 line-replaceable units (LRUs) will be replaced by five LRUs in the new system, cutting the weight of the whole system from over 3,000 lbs.
These cables are useful in all general purpose applications, including cabling airborne, shipboard or ground-based systems; military LRUs (EW/ECM); high vibration environments; T-CAS; and ATE, laboratory and component interconnects.
The Naval Colibri performs functional checkout of the Line Replaceable Units (LRUs) of NICE, with fully automatic identification of failed sub-assemblies.