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MIL-A-23282B(Wep)
3.3.2.2 Actuator circuit.  Each actuator shall conform to
the wiring diagram (BUWEPS Drawing 694739) when tested as in
4.5.4.2.
3.3.2.3 Diode.  The following specifications apply to the
diodes delineated on BUWEPS Drawing 694739 Sheet 2.
(a)
Type:
Silicon.
(b)
300 volts minimum at 100
Peak inverse voltage:
degrees C.
(c)
100
Average rectified current at 100 degrees C:
milliamps minimum.
(d)
2 amps minimum.
Surge current for 10 milliseconds:
Forward voltage drop, full cycle average at 100
(e)
degrees C and 100 milliamps:  1000 millivolts (rev)
maximum.
(f)
Reverse leakage current at 100 degrees C and 300
volts reverse, full cycle average:  25 microamps
maximum.
Operating temperature:  minus 50 degrees C to
(g)
plus 150 degrees C minimum.
(h)
Storage temperature:  minus 50 degrees C to plus
150 degrees C minimum.
(i)
The diode selected shall be capable of meeting
all other requirements of this- specification."
3.3.3 Binding.
3.3.3.1 Input.
With the actuator in a horizontal posi-
tion and with the clutch deenergized, there shall be no
evidence of binding or tightness when the input shaft is
manually rotated, when tested as in 4.5.4.3.1.
3.3.3.2 Output.  With the actuator in a horizontal posi-
tion and with the clutch deenergized, a maximum breakaway
torque of 20 pound-inches shall be required to move the out-
put arm to any position within the limits of travel specified
in 3.3.4, when tested as in 4.5.4.3.2.

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