PACKAGING DATA SHEET
Packaging of Telescope, Panoramic: M117
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3.1 Fabrication.- The telescope shall be manufactured in accordance
with Drawing F7660400 and drawings pertaining thereto.
3.2 General specification.- The contractor shall be responsible for
adherence to and compliance with the requirements of Specification MIL-F-13926
specified below. Should any conflint exist between the general specifica-
tion and this specification, this specification shall take orecedence.
Order of precedence.
Dimensions and tolerances.
Inorganic protective surface finishes.
Electrical and electronic assemblies.
. Part identification and marking.
3.3.1 Storage temperatures.- The telescope shall show no evidence of
physical failure or damage subsequent to being exposed to and thermally
stabilized at -80° and +160°F.
3.3.2 Extreme operating temperatures.- The telescope shall meet the
applicable requirOements of 126.96.36.199 and 3.9 while exposed to and thermally
stabilized at -40 and +150°F.
3.3.3 Standard temperature.- Unless otherwise specified, the tele-
scope shall meet the following requirements while exposed to and thermally
stabilized at a temperature between 60° and 90°F.
3.3.4 Vibration.- The telescope shall show no evidence of physical
failure or damage and shall meet the following requirements, except
188.8.131.52, after being subjected to a vibration of 30 ± 5 cycles per second
at an amplitude of 1/16 inch, 1/8 ± 1/64 inch total excursion, for a
period of 5 minutes ± 5 seconds (see 184.108.40.206).
3.4.1 Pressure (optical system).- The entire interior area of the
optical assembly shall be capable of withstanding an internal pressure of