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MIL-P-62341/3A
3.5.7 Transient voltage characteristics.
3.5.7.1 Internal relays. Upon removal of 18 to 30 V dc from the
terminals specified in table V, the relay coil dropout transient voltage
shall be within the range of 32 V dc unless otherwise specified (see
4.8.4.8.1).
3.5.7.2 External relays. Unless otherwise specified, with 18 to 30 V dc
ied across relay coils conforming to table VI and connected as specified
therein, the dropout transient voltage shall be within the range of 32 V dc
upon removal of the applied voltage (see 4.8.4.8.2).
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