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Parts by Number for Mil Spec Relay Top

Part # Distributor Manufacturer Product Category Description
M5757/23-003 Relay Specialties Inc. TYCO ELECTRONICS-CII Not Provided TYCO MIL SPEC (QPL) PART NUMBER
FCB-210 ASAP Semiconductor STRUTHDUNN Not Provided MIL SPEC RELAY
M6106-27-002X ASAP Semiconductor DEUTSCH Not Provided MIL SPEC RELAY
HMS1201S118M ASAP Semiconductor COMM INST Not Provided MIL SPEC RELAY
M6106-27-002X ASAP Semiconductor SD DATA Not Provided MIL SPEC RELAY
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  • MIL-STD-1553 Umbilical Separation
    into and out of the store or vehicle bus is a pre-launch condition only and once the separation occurs, bus traffic in the store ceases. ./5e369a5d-61ad-4b4b-bb5e-3014bce54d0e North Hills™Signal Processing Corp. ISO 9001:2008 Certified. Application Note # 257. MIL-STD-1553 Umbilical Separation. A problem
  • A152 Broadband Attenuator Relay
    was. and 16 dB are also available. tested at 25°C with 1 watt, 2 GHz CW RF power. Each operation was monitored during the 1 mil ion. This high performance comes in a very small cycles. No misses occurred during the test. A miss. package. The A152 attenuator relay measures was defined as a change
  • Mil-Std-202 Test Method Standard for Electronic and Electrical Component Parts
    of this standard, the term 'component parts” includes such items as capacitors, resistors, switches, relays, transformers, inductors, and others. This standard is intended to apply only to small component parts, weighing up to 300 pounds or having a root mean square test voltage up to 50,000 volts
  • Environmental Specifications
    of relay life expectancy. Worst case cooling requirement for SMIPII™is 3.0 l/s 0.7 mm H20. Worst case cooling requirement for VMIP is 3.8 l/s 0.5 mm H20. Characteristics. Description. Classification. MIL-T-28800E Type III, Class 5, Style E or F. Temperature. Meets the limits stated in MIL-T-28800E
  • Reed Switch Operational Characteristics (.pdf)
    market. minimal signal loss. segments including: test and measurement equip-. 6. Isolation across the contacts up to 1015 W. ment, medical electronics, Telecom, automotive, secu-. 7. Contact resistance (on resistance) typical 50 mil-. rity, appliances, general purpose, etc. Its growth rate
  • Time Domain Reflectometry Guided Wave Radar Tank Level System (.pdf)
    specifications MIL-L-23886 and ASTMF2044, which are required for use with submarine applications. The tank level system is designed to keep all the active electronics outside of the nuclear containment area without significantly affecting the tank level system's accuracy. Microsoft Word - Guided Wave Radar
  • A Simple 1553 Setup for Testing and Application
    Making a test or simulation setup for a MIL STD-1553 data bus system is made easy with North Hills 70 Series" Data Bus Coupler Kit. This "Kit" can be tailored to your specific needs and includes all couplers, cables, terminators, bulkhead jacks and connectors with the possible exception
  • Secure Power with Next Generation SPDUs (.pdf)
    and Mil-Std-1553 data. closed). buses optional. ➤ Overcurrent I2t trip curve. cal signals that do not need protection, trans-. ➤ Configurability via software-based. mitted or received, SSPCs are more reliable design. Testing. and accurate in detecting genuine faults and. ➤ Ful integration
  • UNDERSTANDING TEMPERATURE & POWER COEFFICIENT IN ATTENUATORS
    . The worst-case coefficient arrived at is based on. the maximum attenuation change over the frequency band. Military Standard, MIL-A-3933 for fixed attenuators calls for a. TCA of 0.0004dB/dB/°C. Over a 100° C ambient temperature change, a 30 dB attenuator would change by a maximum of. 1.2 dB 30. (. 100. dBx
  • Strides in Automation: Streamlining the Factory Floor
    in a discrete plant, such as an automotive plant or a consumer. goods plant, are anything but static. In the 1960s, General Motors realized that if they could find a way to. replace hard-wired relays in their control systems with relays that. could be easily reprogrammed, they could save mil ions