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MIL-S-17000N(SH)
5.1.3 Packing of barrel nuts, intersection fastening hardware, and mating
ship connector plugs.  Barrel nuts and connector plugs required for connection
of ship wires to back section terminal boards and connector receptacles, respec-
tively, shall be packed in the same box as the associated back section.  Barrel
nuts shall be packaged in sturdy textile bags, one size per bag.  Connector plugs
shall be packaged method IC in accordance with MIL-P-116. Intersection fastening
hardware shall be packaged in sturdy textile bags and packed in the same box as
the front section.
5.2 Installation and checkout repair parts.  Installation and checkout
repair parts (INCO KITS) shall be preserved and packaged level A and packed
level A or C in accordance with the requirements of MIL-STD-794 for the shipment
levels as specified (see 6.2.1).  The level of packaging shall be the same as
that specified for the switchboard or control indicator.  Installation and
checkout repair parts shall be packed in a separate shipping container and
shipped to the installing activity in care of the Receiving Officer,
Drawings shall be prepared for delivery as specified (see
5.3 Drawings.
6.2.1).
5.4 Marking.  In addition to any special marking required by the contract
(see 6.2.1), interior packages and shipping containers shall be marked for
shipment for levels A, B, and C in accordance with MIL-STD-129.
NOTES
6.
6.1 Intended use.  Equipment covered in this specification is intended to
interconnect, protect, and provide fault isolation in the electrical circuits
of Naval shipboard fire control systems, command and control systems, interior
communication systems and combat systems.
6.2 Ordering data.
Acquisition documents should specify the
6.2.1 Acquisition requirements.
following:
Title, number, and date of this specification and the applicable
(a)
specification sheet.
Type switchboard (see 1.2.1) and control indicator (see 1.2.2)
(b)
required (see 3.1).
Number of sections required (see 3.1).
(c)
Detail mechanical requirements of type IX switchboards (see 3.1).
(d)
Type of cable entrance required into control indicator (see 3.1).
(e)
Whether dripproof or watertight requirements is required (see
(f)
3.5.2.4.2).
Whether a nonstandard (right side) hinge on a switchboard
(g)
section door is required (see 3.5.2.7).
Whether a card holder is required (see 3.5.2.13).
(h)
(i)
Whether revision record card is required (see 3.5.10.4).
Power supplies and parts required for switchboard (see 3.6.1).
(j)
Additional master switch requirements (see 3.6.3.11.1).
(k)
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