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MIL-R-26/6C
6. NOTES
(This section contains information of a general or explanatory nature that may be helpful, but is not
mandatory.)
6.1 Notes. In addition to the notes specified herein, the notes specified in MIL-PRF-26 are applicable to
this specification.
6.2 Acquisition requirements. Acquisition requirements are as specified in MIL-PRF-26.
6.3 Derating. Resistors shall be derated, when necessary, in accordance with figure 2.
FIGURE 2. Derating curve for high ambient temperatures.
6.4 Substitution data. The resistors specified herein are not for use in new design. They are authorized
for use in design contracts effective prior to or on 11 May 1973 and to support existing military equipment.
Resistors of MIL-PRF-39007 are preferred for new design and can be used as substitutes for the
inactivated resistors as follows:
MIL-PRF-26
MIL-PRF-39007
Substitute
Resistance
(style)
associated specification
style
tolerance
RW80
MIL-PRF-39007/8
RWR80
B, D, and F
RW81
MIL-PRF-39007/9
RWR81
B, D, and F
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