tion will have been attained when the indicated
temperature of the surface of the largest mass of
the test item does not change by more than ±2.8°C
(±5°C) in a period of 1 hour.
Swaybraces. Whenever tests require that a store be.
mounted to the ejector unit, swaybraces shall be
used. The swaybraces shall be adjusted as described
Test fixture. During any test requiring that the
ejector unit be supported, a fixture manufactured in
accordance with Figure 1 shall be used.
assemblies (Drawing 292AS101) shall be furnished bv
the procuring activity (see 6.2.11).
The stores, as referenced herein by
weight, shall conform to the following parameters.
The store suspension lugs shall be in-accordance
The 113 kilogram (250 pound) store shall
applicable suspension lugs, spaced 355.6
meters (14 inches) apart. Its center of
shall be based on the MK 81 L.D.G.P.
The 450 kilogram (1,000 pound) store shall
Utilize applicable Suspension lugs, spaced
355.6 millimeters (14 inches) apart.
center of gravity shall be based on the MK 83
Special condition. Any time a store is loaded onto
any station of the ejector unit, the piston of each
loaded ejector shall be pulled down so that it
contacts the test store.
Input power requirements.
The ejector unit shall
perform satisfactorily under all applicable condi-
tions specified herein from a 28 VDC rated voltage
power source with characteristics and limits as
defined in MIL-STD-704, except that the ejector unit
shall operate over a range of 20 to 30 VDC, measured
at the ejector unit's input connector(s).
Breech cap. A breech cap (P/N 292AS110, or equiva-
lent MER/TER cap), supplied by the procuring activ-
ity, shall be used to ignite the ejector unit's
impulse cartridges (see 6.2.1k and 6.2.11). When