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MIL-F-85668(AS)
APPENDIX
Table
IX.
RS03
test
limits.
30.3  Wiring and cabling. all interconnecting cables shall be classified
into groupings representing categories of similar signals. The  contractor shall
provide each type with3 shielding and grounding criteria that are in
accordance with sound E design procedures. Maximum spacings between dis-
similar cable harnesses shall be maintained and harnesses shall be routed as
closely  to the ground plane as permitted.
30.4  Degrdation criteria. Degradation criteria shall be established for
the system. This criteria shall be used to predict and to evaluate malfunction
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and unacceptable responses. These criteria shall be defined in the system E
test procedures in terms of input and output parameters.
30.5
Safety margins. Safety margins shall be established for the system
assigned to critically categories I and II. The safety margin for aircraft
electro-explosive devices (EEDs) is defined by MIL-STD-1385.
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30.6 Electrical power. The contractor shall provide E design criteria
to ensure the system installation shall not malfunction nor have unacceptable
responses when supplied with electrical power conforming to MIL-STD-704. This
specifically includes surges, ripples and other electrical conditions that can
cause interference Short duration, infrequent transients or equipment wires
are required to meet MIL-E-6051 spike requirements
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30.7 Lightning protection. The contractor shall prvide E design
criteria to ensure that the system shall be designed to provide lightning
protection in accordance with MIL-E-8057. The contractor shall make available
for review and acceptance by the procuring activity a plan to demonstrate that
all elements of the system shall be adequately protected against lightning
hazards. Protection of personnel, fuel, weapons and ordnance subsystems shall
be given special emphasis and proven by test. Lightning protection shall be
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