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MIL-F-63281A (AR)
3.3.3 Detonators.  Detonators prior to assembling to rotors,
shall meet the requirements of MIL-D-45495.
Dwg. 9332603.
3.3.4 Top plate assembly.
3.3.4.1 Conductor strip rivets.  The rivets shall withstand a
minimum straight push-out force of one (1) pound applied to the
swaged end.
Dwg. 9260888.
3.3.5 Fuze body assembly.
3.3.5.1 Umbilical assembly.  The Umbilical Assembly shall
withstand a straight pull-out force of 10 pounds applied at the
Coaxicon Umbilical Contact Assembly without breaking the adhesive
seal or the cable continuity.
3.3.5.2 Umbilical assembly. Dwg. 9260889. The insulation
resistance at 500 Vdc shall be greater than 10 megohms and the
continuity shall be less than 0.5 ohm when tested as per MIL-STD-202.
(module).
Dwg. 9260878;
3.4 Electronics module assembly
Figure 2.
(drawings 9260685, 9260878).
3.4.1 Module time delay function -
3.4.1.1 Fixed voltage test.
a.  After shorting pins 5, 6 and 4 together for four seconds,
the electronic module shall be capable of accepting a setting charge
and exhibiting a corresponding time delay as listed in Table IA.
The positive voltage applied to Pin 1 referenced to Pin 4 shall be
followed by the negative voltage as shown in Table IA, Vc1 and Vc4,
respectively. The time of applied voltage shall be 6 msec 1% for
Vc1 and 40 msec 1% for Vc4. These voltages will be supplied thru
a 47 ohm series resister to Pin 1 with reference to ground connected
to Pin 4. The time delay shall be the time interval from the time
Pin 2 is connected to Pin 4 and the leading edge of the output pulse
exits Pin 3. The firing output (Pin 3) pulse shall provide at least
1000 ergs of energy in less than 100 microseconds into an M84
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