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Table I. Terminal designation. - Continued



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MIL-S-17000N(SH)
3.5.10.4 Revision record card (see 6.5.8.1).  When specified (see 6.2.1),
a card approximately 8 by 10 inches in size shall be provided for each switch-
board.  This card shall contain a list of detail schematic wiring diagrams,
back section terminal layout or back section connector location (as applicable)
and front panel layout applicable to the switchboard together with the revision
of these drawings in effect at time of delivery.  This card shall be suitable
for recording the revision changes as described in the ORDALT or field change
instructions.
It shall be stowed in the card holder (see 3.5.2.13).
3.5.11 Designation of panel assemblies, terminals, and parts.
3.5.11.1 Panel assembly number.  Each panel-mounted assembly or switch
space on the switchboard shall be numbered consecutively starting at the left
(operator's left) top corner of the switchboard and numbering downward in each
column and in successive columns to the right.  Stationary description plate
shall be marked with the applicable number.  This number shall also be marked
on the back of the door or switchboard frame for all panel spaces.
3.5.11.2 Terminal designation.  A unique designation shall be assigned to
every wire connection point within the switchboard to identify individual con-
nection points and facilitate connection, tracing, or replacement of wiring.
These designations shall identify each device and each connection point within
each device (for example, such as, each connector, module, terminal board,
contact in each connector) in accordance with table I.  These designations shall
not duplicate ship wire markings.  The actual numbering of the devices shall be
as specified in the applicable specification sheet and in the ATDP.
TABLE I.
Terminal designation.
Designations
SHIP CABLE CONNECTOR JC 1 B D m
JC
Ship cable connector
1
Section number (1, 2, 3, etc.)
B
Module letter (B, C, D, etc.)
D
Connector locater (A, B, C, etc.)
m
Pin number (alpha or numeric)
TAPER PIN BLOCK PB 1 B B A 3
TERMINAL JUNCTION SYSTEM PB 1 B B 8 D
PB
Pin block
PB
Pin block
1
Section number (1, 2, 3, etc.)
1
Section number (1, 2, 3, etc.)
B
Module letter (B, C, D, etc.)
B
Module letter (B, C, D, etc.)
B
Taper pin block locator (A, B,
B
Terminal junction track locator
C, etc.)
(A, B, C, etc.)
A Pin group (A, B, C, etc.)
8 Terminal junction module (1-10)
3 Pin number (L, 2, or 3)
D Terminal junction pin letter (A-H)
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