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MIL-M-53078(ME)
3.4.2 Structural adapter. The structural adapter shall be assembled in accordance with Drawing
13228E2066. The structural adapter when supported by the telescoping arms, and pintle mounting bar,
shall support the mounting of the CLAMS dispenser box and heat insulation panels. The dispenser box
shall pivot within the mounting clevis of the structural adapter with all heat insulation panels installed.
3.5 Design and construction. The mounting kit shall conform to the parts inventory list of
13228K2100.
3.5.1 Dimensions.
3.5.1.1 Structural adapter and heat insulation panels. The CLAMS structural adapter shall be
fabricated in accordance with Drawing 13228E2066. The insulation panels shall be fabricated in
accordance with Drawings 13228E2040, 13228E2045, 13228E2048, 13228E2052.
3.5.1.2 Converter box housing. The converter box housing shall conform to the requirements of
Drawing 13228E2030.
3.5.2 Interchangeability. Interchangeability of mounting kit components shall be in accordance
with MIL-STD-280.
3.5.3 Soldering. Unless otherwise specified, soldering of electrical connections shall be in accordance
with MIL-STD-454.
3.5.4 Hardware. Mounting hardware shall be selected from AN, NAS, MS, or commercial
standards.
3.5.5 Electromagnetic interference/electromagnetic compatibility (EMI/EMC).
3.5.5.1 Electromagnetic compatibility. The mounting kit, when installed in the vehicle in conjunction
with the CLAMS and operated in all its modes of operation, shall not cause adverse effects to the vehicle or
any other subsystems installed therein.
3.5.6 Bonds and grounds. Electrical bonding for equipment shall be designed in accordance with
MIL-B-5087. Equipment mounted electrical connector to mounting surface shall not exceed 50 milliohms.
Provisions shall be made for grounding equipment to the vehicle mounting surface. When grounding
jumpers are employed, metal bonding strips having a maximum length-to-width ratio of 5 to 1 or braided
wire jumpers equivalent to MS25083 shall be used. The dc bonding resistance across the enclosure to
jumper junction shall not exceed 2.5 milliohms.
3.5.7 Reliability. The mounting kit shall have a mission reliability of 0.90.
3.5.8 Maintainability. The mounting kit shall not require preventive maintenance. The mean-time-
to-repair (MTTR) at the organizational level of maintenance shall not exceed 1.0 clock hours.
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