DLA - MIL-C-13777G
CABLE, SPECIAL PURPOSE, ELECTRICAL, GENERAL SPECIFICATION FOR
|Publication Date:||20 February 1976|
This specification covers flexible, portable multiconductor cables for interconnecting various units of complex weapons systems where voltages do not exceed 600 volts root mean square (rms) (see 6.1).
The type designation shall be indicated by a combination of digits and letters. Cable types shall be as specified (see 3.1 and 6.2).
S 16 1375 S C Cable No. of Nominal cable Conductor Coaxial shield conductors diameter shield (18.104.22.168) (22.214.171.124) (126.96.36.199) (188.8.131.52) (184.108.40.206)
When the letter S precedes the number, an over-all shield under the sheath is indicated.
The first two digits denote the number of individual conductors comprising the cable.
The following four digits denote the nominal cable diameter in mils (thousandths of an inch).
When the letter S follows the digits, individual conductor shields are indicated.
The letter C at the end of the type designation denotes that the cable contains one or more coaxial conductors.
This Appendix details the procedure for submission of samples, with related data for qualification inspection of cable types covered by this specification. The procedure for extending qualification of the required sample to other cable types covered by this specification is also outlined herein.
Cables covered by this specification are used for interconnecting fire control instruments, generator units, weapons in antiaircraft artillery and guided missile systems. Cables are intended for... View More
Cables covered by this specification are used for interconnecting fire control instruments, generator units, weapons in antiaircraft artillery and guided missile systems. Cables are intended for use where oil, ozone, and weather resistance are of major importance, and flexibility over an ambient temperature range of −65° and +160°F is necessary. Cables are stretched on the ground or laid in a shallow trench where the terrain may vary from swamp to dry rocky ground. There is frequent reeling and unreeling causing kinking, twisting, and dragging across the ground.View Less