NPFC - DOD-STD-1399 S070 P1
INTERFACE STANDARD FOR SHIPBOARD SYSTEMS SECTION 070 - PART 1 D.C. MAGNETIC FIELD ENVIRONMENT (METRIC)
|Publication Date:||26 February 1979|
Policies and procedures established by DOD-STD-1399 are mandatory. This section and the basic standard, i.e., DOD-STD-1399, are to be viewed as an integral single document.
This section establishes interface requirements for shipboard equipment whose performance may be degraded when subjected to the ship's d.c. magnetic field to ensure compatibility between such equipment and the magnetic field environment.
Basic characteristics and constraint categories concerned with this interface are shown symbolically on figure 1 (see section 3, "Definitions", of DOD-STD-1399)
The particular interface characteristics and constraints pertinent to this section are described in 5.2 and 5.3.
The criteria of this section apply to equipment whose performance may be degraded when subjected to the magnetic fields defined herein. Such fields will normally be experienced in surface ships and submarines which have a degaussing installation and in all ships which are or may be subjected to magnetic treatment (see 3.2.2 and 5.3.3).