NPFC - MIL-STD-2003-1
ELECTRIC PLANT INSTALLATION STANDARD METHODS FOR SURFACE SHIPS AND SUBMARINES (CABLE)
|Publication Date:||3 September 2009|
This standard covers standard methods for cable preparation and end-sealing, entry to equipment and connectors, repair and splicing.
Application. These installation methods are to be used by all installing activities. These methods do not identify ship or type but do establish minimum standards of acceptance for Naval ships. It is the responsibility of the user activity to determine which method satisfies their requirements. It does not authorize relaxation of any requirement specifically invoked by new construction, conversion, overhaul, or refurbishment contracts. In instances where deviated design requirements (for example, ship type, ship class, and so forth) conflict with the requirements of this standard, the requirements of this standard govern. Any deviation for electric plant installation identified in this standard is to be submitted to NAVSEA 05Z3 for resolution.
New cable specifications. Refer to the cable comparison handbook (MIL-HDBK-299) for guidance in substituting MIL-DTL-24643 cable for equivalent MIL-DTL-915 cable applications. All cable type designations specified herein, to be in accordance with MIL-DTL-24643, are preceded by the prefix "LS".
This section specifies the requirements for cable preparation and end-sealing, cable entry to equipment, cable entry to connectors, cable repair and cable splicing methods to be employed both on... View More
This section specifies the requirements for cable preparation and end-sealing, cable entry to equipment, cable entry to connectors, cable repair and cable splicing methods to be employed both on surface ships and submarines. Standard methods identified for electric plant installation are intended for new construction, conversion, and alteration of existing ships.View Less