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KSC-STD-E-0006 REV B

INSTRUMENTATION AND COMMUNICATIONS CABLE APPLICATIONS, STANDARD FOR

active, Most Current
Organization: KSC
Publication Date: 12 November 1993
Status: active
Page Count: 40
scope:

This standard identifies the cable types that shall be used at the John F. Kennedy Space Center (KSC) for instrumentation and communications applications. The cable types listed herein shall be used for all new installations and for replacement of existing cabling. Cable types have been categorized in groups according to their intended usage. The electrical and mechanical characteristics of each cable are indicated where available.

Purpose. - This standard establishes a minimal complement of cable designs to be used at KSC in order to minimize design, documentation, and logistic costs and to utilize proven and reliable designs.

intended Use:

This standard is intended for use by designers in the selection of cables for new installations and cable replacements at KSC.

NOTICE. When Government drawings, specifications,... View More

Document History

KSC-STD-E-0006 REV B
November 12, 1993
INSTRUMENTATION AND COMMUNICATIONS CABLE APPLICATIONS, STANDARD FOR
This standard is intended for use by designers in the selection of cables for new installations and cable replacements at KSC. NOTICE. When Government drawings, specifications, or other data are...
September 23, 1974
INSTRUMENTATION AND COMMUNICATIONS CABLE APPLICATIONS, STANDARD FOR
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