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MIL-P-62341/2A
3.5.7.1.2 External.  With 24 6 V dc applied across three relay mils
(conforming to MIL-R-5757/23) connected in parallel to pins P1-33 (positive)
and P1-20 (return), the dropout transient voltage shall be within the range
of 30 V dc upon removal of 24 + 6 V dc from the relay mils (see
4.8.4.8.1.2).
TABLE V. Relay transient voltage suppression
3.5.7.2 Class 2.
3.5.7.2.1 Internal.  Unless otherwise specified, upon removal of 24 6
V dc from relay mils K1 through K14 as specified in table VI, the relay mil
dropout transient voltage shall be within the range of 30 V dc (see
4.8.4.8.2.1).
3.5.7.2.2 External.  With 24 6 V dc applied across three relay mils
(conforming to MIL-R-5757/23) connected in parallel to pins P1-44 (positive)
and P1-28 (return), the dropout transient voltage shall be within the range
of 30 V dc upon removal of 24 6 V dc from the relay mils (see
4.8.4.8.2.2).
3.5.8 Time delay and latching circuit. Not applicable.
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