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Old 02-07-22, 19:32
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Default No. 19 set CONSULTING WANTED - installation of No 19 set in Staghound Armoured Car

HELP WANTED – some consulting please on No. 19 wireless connections

I am installing a functional No. 19 set in a Staghound amoured car that is shipping to the Netherlands in a few weeks. Heed some assistance with wiring up the commander and driver’s boxes to the communication junction box just below the radio. I have the wiring diagram for the “U.S. Medium tank M-4” but that is different form the comm boxes in the staghound.
As I see it the COMMANDER is the only phone with the radio box tat controls the No. 19 set controls. The gunner and loader are in the turret but only have commander “Call” buttons of the single box their headset and mic leads come out of. The driver and bow gunner have s single box on the roof of the hull that is fed through the commutator to the Comm Box below the No, 19 set in the turret bustle and it too is a “commander Call” button box with no radio controls.
I have a cable from the Commander’s box that plugs into the radio itself – no problem there – it has a plug on each end and plugs to the radio and the box…… Problem arises where I have ‘free wires’ coming into the Comm Box below the No. 19 set from the TWO ‘Commander Call’ button boxes…. HOW ARE THOSE CONNECTED IN THE COMM BOX and HOW IS THE COMM BOX CONNECTED TO THE RADIO??????
I need some consulting. I AM A Ham raid operator so I can easily understand the circuit diagram for the M-4, but it is totally different set up from the staghound……need a phone call….
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Old 02-07-22, 20:09
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Dan.

Have you been in touch with Reg Hodgson in Edmonton? He has the 19-Set installed and running in his Staghound for crew communications when on the road. He probably has all the original information.

Also try Marco in Holland, his knowledge of the Staghound is not to be ignored either.

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Old 03-07-22, 03:06
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I'm calling Reg - but don't think he is a radio expert. Hoping to see if here is a am operator knowledgeable.... but I do have a call in to him....

This is what I have traced so far:::::

Studied the wiring diagram for the M-4 US TANK CIRCUIT in the No 19 set wireless book…. see if I am correct. Trying to use that as a basis for the Staghound wiring.
1. The Commander’s box controls the radio though the 12-pin cable that connects from his headphone ox to the radio itself.
2. The “Commander Call” button boxes (owned by the driver and bow gunner) and the two other guys in the turret is connected to
SPEECH – Terminal 2 in the Comm box
12 v+ Terminal 45 in the Comm box
SIGNAL Terminal 4 in the Comm box
MIC + Terminal 3 in the Comm box
MIC - Terminal 4 in the Comm box
Big Question: are the wires in the cable out of the No.1 and No.2 Mk II call boxes all the same color coding? I see six wires and a ground/shield around the entire 6-wire bundle.

On the M-4 diagram there is also a table that shows the wiring color from the headgear cords – is that color scheme follows through from the cords that come out of the boxes……?????
I have a large WHITE and LARGE BLACK
Large Black SIGNAL
Larage White Terminal between SIGNAL and SPEECH
Smaller: Blue GND’ed at box
Green GND Between MIC and EARTH
Red MIC
Yellow SPEECH
Pink between SIGNAL & MIC wires on No. 1 box terminal strip

Am I missing anything?????
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Old 04-07-22, 02:12
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On early AFVs there were a limited number of connections through the rotary base junction between hull and turret wiring. The Driver Intercom boxes (Junction, Distribution No 1 and No.2) had to make do with power and ground connections from the hull and the "Speech" (Intercom amplifier output) and "Signal" (buzzer call from J.D.1 to the Commander headset drop-lead).

There will be a cable from Control Unit No.1 (the commander's box) to the turret junction box to carry the Speech and Signal lines (I think) - unless they are passed through the WS19 supply unit on a 6-core cable, in which case the connections are Pin 2 for "Speech" and Pin 5 for "Signal".

The absolute minimum for an AFV is a single control unit No.1 (which must have the fuse removed) and a Junction Distribution No.1 (if required for Driver Intercom). Normally you find Control Unit 1 (Commander + Gunner) and Control Unit 2 (for the Wireless Operator) plus Junction Distribution No.1.

You will need the headsets with the gray "Tannoy" microphones for the Junction Distribution boxes. (They have carbon microphones and a 12V feed to the transformer in the J.D. to provide a high-level output on the "Speech" line.)

I hope this is some help. (I don't have any detail on the M-H armoured car.)

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Old 06-07-22, 03:32
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Awesome info.....I may send some pictures and a wiring diagram to see if I am getting it right!!! Thanks a ton!!!!!
I have the Commander Call box located in the hull between the driver and the bow gunner. I kow that is correct and the wiring goes through the commutator to the COMM BOX below the radio shelf.
From there I am connecting the COMMANDER's box to the No. 19 set with the cord that has the big 12-pin connector on it....12-pin on the BOX (I presume the two 12 pin sockets on the COMMANDER's BOX are the same internally and that can plug the cable into each) to 12-pin socket on the radio (lower left corner of the radio looking at it from the front). The other box on opposite side of the turret is for the gunner and veh. captain and it wires to the COMM BOX terminals (1 thru 6) and connects up the 1-6 connections on the driver co-driver cable.
I did not know abut the fuse - I will remove that tomorrow. I will post some photos of the set up and a block diagram I will make up to see if you can discern any problems with my wiring 'ideas'????
thanks!!!!!
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Old 07-07-22, 01:03
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I have attached a DRAWING of my wiring diagram for the No. 19 set…. Comments welcome. I have two questions posed the bottom of the summary:
The system as it is currently wired; see the diagram too.
1. The DRIVER & BOW GUNNER box in the HULL (between them) comes into the turret basket underneath the COMMUTATOR and goes up a cable to the side of the COMM BOX just below the No. 19 RADIO.
2. The GUNNER controls the RADIO from his box with a rotary switch that says A B and A-B etc. and he sits on the RIGHT SIDE OF THE 37mm GUN. His box has TWO 12 pin sockets on it – one of top and one on side…. (I PRESUME THEY ARE parallel sockets and either could connect to the radio???? BIG ???)
3. The GUNNER control box connects via the Big 12-pin cable to the lower left-hand corner of the No. 19 set – Long cable with 12-pin sockets on each end. The socket must COME DOWN FROM THE TOP OF THE RADIO because it will not align with the socket’s notch unless it comes down from the top----cannot go in the bottom of the radio socket (wrong cable? Right cable: both ends are same ‘sense’!) – cable hits the radio tray so will not allow cable plug to go on the socket.
4. The DRIVER – BOW GUNNER box cable (coming up through commutator in turret basket) goes into the COMM BOX from below and is a 6-wire plus ground that attached to the COMM BOX terminals inside the box – no plug on that end.
5. The COMMANDER-LOADER BOX on left side of turret (does not control the radio) connects to the COMM BOX below the radio via a cable with 6-wires and ground. That cable has an Appleton connector into the commander call box and connects to appropriate terminals in the COMM BOX.
6. No other cable runs to the radio EXCEPT for the cable from the RADIO CONTROL BOX on right side of turret near the 37mm gun. The RADIO CONTROL BOX uses a 12-pin to 12-pin connector (see diagram attached)
QUESTIONS:
a. Is there another cable I am missing? COMM BOX to Radio? Or COMM BOX to the RADIO CONTROL BOX (one with the two 12-pin sockets?)
b. Is the notch on the cable I am using to the lower right of the No. 19 set the WRONG cable and I need one with a notch in another position?
c. COMMENTS GREATLY APPRECIATED!!!????

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Old 08-07-22, 02:37
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Hi Dan,

1) Driver + Bow Gunner are connecting to Junction Distribution No.1 or No.3 box with the "Call Commander" push button on it. This is intercom only, and which one is fitted depends on the number of slip-rings available in the rotary base junction to the turret. No.1 is the early type and just has Speech & Signal available, so gets +12V and Ground from the vehicle electrics and requires the "Tannoy" power microphone version of the headset (the grey lollypop). Later vehicles had more slip-rings available and used J.D.3 which fed Mic+ and Mic- through the junction and allowed the standard (black bakelite) Microphone and Headgear to be used.

2) The Gunner is actually the Wireless Operator/Gunner and has Control Unit No.2 with a red light on it and two switches: set selector (A, IC, B) and rebroadcast (Normal / Rebroadcast). The red light indicates "A set unattended" and will come on if none of the headsets are switched to the 'A' set. The 12-pin connectors are a pass-through, one will go to the WS19 and the other will go to the commander's control unit (No.1 or 1A, probably.)
Cable from radio usually goes into the connector on the side of CU2 and the cable between CU2 and CU 1 (or 1A) into the top one on each box (I think).

3) Early cables (brown paxolin inserts) were supplied in sets for specific installations and were crimped and/or soldered in the required connector orientation. This proved to be a big mistake (from a production/logistics point of view) and later cables (black bakelite inserts) could be changed in the field when the radio was being installed. If you have the later cables and remove the spring clip around the cable entry, the back cover can be lifted, unlocking the rear part of the shell. You can then (carefully, as the cable may be fragile after 80 years) rotate the rear portion to the desired position, lock it in place with the back cover, and re-fit the spring clip.

4) Is the Driver/Bow Gunner box a Junction Distribution No.1 or a No.3?

5) is the Commander/Loader box in the turret a Control Unit No.1 (or 1A) or a Junction Distribution No.1 or No.3? I think it should be a C.U.1 (or 1A).

6) a - maybe. It depends on the number of slip-rings in the rotary base junction. Early AFVs required the use of J.D.1 and 2 because there were only 2 spare circuits, later ones used J.D.3 and 4 with standard headsets. The early type had a 6-way cable from the WS19 Supply Unit to the turret junction box to allow for 2 x 12V feeds (split 24 volt vehicle power), SPEECH and SIGNAL. The later version used a cable from Control Unit No.1 to get the SPEECH, SIGNAL, Mic+ and Mic- into the lower hull (and used the IC Amplifier and standard headsets instead of +12V and Power Microphones).
The M4 Sherman wiring diagram shows both options (I think), which is confusing to the unwary.

b - later cables can be re-polarised to suit the intended application.

c - Argh! It's 01:37 and I have work tomorrow...

Good Morning!

Chris.
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Old 08-07-22, 07:36
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CHRIS: many many thanks for that tutorial!!!!
I may have another question or two but you have cleared up a few things for me....I have some spare cabling so that is the issue.... I think that the long 12-pin plug to 12-pin plug cable actually needs another box than the early No1 box on gunner commander side of turret I am using. My commutator has two terminals below and five above...later model I think. I will look into that - I may have the wrong box over there.
the comments about reversing the lug is well taken - I will try that tomorrow to solve the cabling run problem we are having because of the radio tray sticking out past the end of the socket....shot of turret interior psoted
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Old 08-07-22, 14:06
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I knew very little about wartime radio installations at the beginning of the conversation, and now I am just a little smarter for it!
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Old 09-07-22, 00:40
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CHRIS: many many thanks for that tutorial!!!!
I may have another question or two but you have cleared up a few things for me....I have some spare cabling so that is the issue.... I think that the long 12-pin plug to 12-pin plug cable actually needs another box than the early No1 box on gunner commander side of turret I am using. My commutator has two terminals below and five above...later model I think. I will look into that - I may have the wrong box over there.
the comments about reversing the lug is well taken - I will try that tomorrow to solve the cabling run problem we are having because of the radio tray sticking out past the end of the socket....shot of turret interior psoted
No sign of an image, but I did a bit of "research" last night... lots of photos od the T17E1 but they're either exterior shots or there's no radio kit fitted.

At one point I got sidetracked into the Marmon-Herrington, which only has a crew of three (so could get away with a single control box for the commander and a junction distribution for the driver and bow gunner), but the T17E1 has a crew of 5 so will be more like a Sherman, and I suspect those drawings will be a good match. It's also late enough to use JD3 for the intercom box in the hull and the same headset assemblies throughout.

Need some interior photos of crew and radio positions - if it's two in the turret (commander & gunner) and three in the hull (driver, bow gunner, loader), then it might just use a single control unit No.1 for commander and gunner, and junction distributions 3 & 4 for everyone "down below". If not, maybe Control Units 1 (Commander & Gunner) and 2 (Wireless operator) and a J.D.3 in the hull for Driver and Bow Gunner. The Junction Distribution boxes would be fed from Control Unit No.1 via the turret and hull junction boxes.
(Because you need both microphone leads plus the "Signal" line and those won't fit in the 6-way power connector.)

Maybe I should write this up neatly, with diagrams?

Chris.
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Old 15-07-22, 08:18
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I will take some photos tomorrow and explain what my setup is. Hopefully I have done it right!!!!!
In the T17E1 Staghound there are two crew in the hull: driver and bow gunner. Their comm box is a No.1 between them with the Commander Call Button and two drop cords.
The commutator in the Staghound is an 8-ring set (later variety) – six comm rings and two power rings below for the 12v and 24 power cables. 24 volts runs the turret drive motor that the gunner sits on, and the 12 volts goes to the radio.
There are three crew in the turret basket (and, yes, Virginia, it is very crowded with late 20th century guys in there).
So, there is a Comm box with ten terminals below the radio tray. That Comm box is shown on the RAM TANK diagram on the No. 19 set website. I will make my connections in that box according to the diagram.
In that comm box…. the cable from the driver / bow gunner position comes up in a conduit from the commutator…. Mic+ Mic- Speech Signal and 12+ and 12- I have those leads marked from looking in the No.1 box and tracing which leads had continuity.
On right side of the turret is the Gunner, he sits alone and has a box that has TWO 12-pin sockets and a cable that has the mic+ mic-, speech, signal, and 12+ and 12- ending in wires with terminal lugs. I intend to connect those in the Comm Box under the radio. I ran a 12-pin to 12-pin cable between the lower left corner of the No. 19 set (moving the socket around as you suggested to realign the pin to let the plug and cable enter the No. 19 set socket from the left side (crossing in front of the power supply). The small dog-bone connects the power supply to the radio at the top.
This is where I differ and hope my set up is right. On the left side of the turret sits the commander and the loader. I put a box there that has the A-B switch and two drop cords and a Single 12-pin socket and a single cable terminating in 6 wires into an Appleton (mic+ mic-, speech, signal, and 12+ and 12-). I will connect the Appleton protruding wires into the Comm Box in the mic+ mic- speech, signal 12+ and 12- terminals. I will run a 12-pin to 12-pin cable from the second 12-pin socket on right-side gunner’s radio box to the single 12-pin socket on the commanders’ left side box.
Essentially the two radio control boxes (one left and one right side of the turret (basket) are connected together with the 12-pin Plugs to the No. 19 set. The power cables (think ones without the 12-pin plugs) go into the Comm box below the radio and connect to the commutator power and the single Commander Call box in driver (driver/bow gunner) compartment.
Do I need to remove the fuse in the upper portion of the No.1 boxes in either side of the turret?
I will do a block diagram tomorrow and attach photos…. Been a ham radio op for 50+ years but this setup has puzzled me until I studied the book and looked at all the boxes and connectors, I had…...K4RN/5
Comments appreciated even if you think I dun it wrong!!!!!!!!!!!!
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Old 15-07-22, 13:47
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Dan.

In the turret, is the Gunner not located lower left, below the Commander, where the optical sights, turret controls and trigger are located? The upper right position would be the Loader/Operator in charge of Wireless, Loading, Coaxial MG and Roof Top Flare Pistol?

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Old 17-07-22, 23:09
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I think I've worked out what's wrong, and the various boxes are in the wrong place. (David's post and the photograph of the J.D.3 between the Binoculars and Signal cartridges also helped.)

Assuming that's "upstairs", i.e. in the turret, it's definitely in the wrong place, because that's for the Driver and Bow Gunner down in the hull. The cable from the JD3 connects to the Hull Junction Box for access to the Rotary Base Junction. Connections are Speech (Intercom output), Signal (buzzer call to commander's droplead), Mic+ & Mic- (for intercom), 12V (for buzzer) and earth (for buzzer and intercom ground).

Because it's currently located between the Binoculars and Signal Cartridges, I'd guess that's the Commander's position, and should have Control Unit No.1 (which has a single 12-way connector, two dropleads (commander and gunner) and a switch that can select A IC B. It will also have a cable entry for a 4-way lead that connects the turret junction box to the terminal board in the control unit: Signal, Speech, Mic+ & Mic- (the cable entry can come out of the top of the box, next to the 12-way connector, or from the right hand side - unused holes will be blocked by rubber grommets). A 12-way cable runs from the connector on the top of the box, round the back wall of the turret to the Radio Operator's Box (Control Unit No.2) which has a single droplead, two switches (A IC B and N R), a red warning light ("A Set Unattended") and two 12-way connectors.One of the 12-way connectors goes to Control Unit No.1, the other goes to the Wireless Set.

Power supply: the cable used depends on the vehicle voltage (the WS19 itself requires 12 volts) and the power unit fitted. It's a late-WW2 vehicle, so has a 24 Volt battery (probably) and Wireless Set No.19 Mk.3 (probably Canadian, with Supply Unit No.2). That can have 3 options: 12V 2-wire feed, 24-volt 3-wire feed or 24 volt 2-wire feed, and they require different connections to the turret terminal box. Getting it wrong can cause serious damage to the set - like "all the valves and lamps will have to be replaced" damage.

What set and supply unit do you have?

Best regards,
Chris.
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Old 18-07-22, 03:31
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Dan.

In Post #6 you mention a wireless connector hitting the radio tray so not fitting properly. Can you post a photo of that problem? The floor of the wireless bustle at the back of the turret should have locations on it for the four shock mounts of the Carriers No 21 to be fastened. Once they are in place, the Carriers No. 21 can be fastened to them and this arrangement is intended to allow all cables to properly clear.


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Old 23-07-22, 02:06
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having trouble posting pictures but the diagram is spot on.....comments really really welcome. Made an executive decision to put the “radio op” box on both sides of the turret where in reality the loader was the radio operator and in WWII installations only, he had the radio controls at his disposal. Makes for one less set of writing connections! I removed the fuses from the two radio control boxes in the turret….I was supposed to do that correct?
My belief is that the left-side radio box in the turret gets its power from the four-wire cable going to the comm box below the radio rack. The right-side radio control box does NOT HAVE a power cable in that it is the box that is connected to the lower left 12-pin socket on the No 19 radio set itself. The left-side radio control box (the one the commander and gunner use) is connected to the loader / radio op box with a 12-pin to 12-pin cable.
I figured out how to change the orientation of the 12-pin plugs and I did that – the lower cable now runs in a straight line over to the right-side radio box.
Check out my diagram – see if I got it right???!!!
Thanks all.
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Old 24-07-22, 02:55
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Hi Dan,

Having done a little "research"... (Why is it that nobody ever posts interior photographs of the radio fit or anything approaching a "crew layout" diagram for anything I'm interested in?) ...things are somewhat clearer.

(All positions are as viewed from the rear of the vehicle looking forward.)

Driver sits on the left (because it's a U.S. built vehicle and LHD) down in the hull, Bow Gunner sits to his right. They (probably) share a single Junction Distribution No.3 box and use the later headsets (Microphone & Headgear No.10).

Upstairs (in the turret) Commander is on the left and has a Control Unit No.1 (or 1A) behind him. Gunner (37mm) is on the right and shares that control unit (This may require a headset extension lead, depending on the size of the turret and the length of the dropleads.) Loader/Wireless Operator is between them and has a Control Unit No.2 to the left of the supply unit (relative to the set) this is the type with the red light and single droplead) - it's also possible that the control unit is mounted on the turret roof to save space.

Cabling: 12-way from set to Control Unit No.2 (side connector), 12-way from Control Unit No.2 (top connector) to Control Unit No.1. Dog-bone between set and supply unit. (Which set and supply unit do you have?) 6-way from supply unit to turret junction box (4 power leads (+12V, 0V) plus Speech and Signal), or possibly 4-way if Speech and Signal are sourced from Control Unit No.1). Four-way lead from Control Unit No.1 to Turret Junction Box (Speech, Signal, Mic+, Mic-). Six way lead from Hull Junction Box (RBJ?) to Junction Distribution No.3 (Speech, Signal, +12V, Ground, Mic+, Mic-).

(This is based on my memory of the M4 Sherman and T26E1 Pershing install, I'll keep looking for other (smaller vehicle) installation documents.)

Is the Staghound in question a Commonwealth or a U.S. one, as the radio fit is wildly different - if it's originally WW2 then it may have mounting holes for the original radio fit and cable clips, control units, etc. which would be a big help in getting things right. (Do Bovington have the installation drawings?)

It's late/early, so more later, I think.

Chriszzzzzzzzzzz...
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