Electrical Hardware and Supplies - United States (US)

Federal Supply Class (FSC): 5975

NATO Supply Classification Class (NSC): 5975

Federal Supply Group (FSG): 59 Electrical and Electronic Equipment Components

NATO Supply Classification Group (NSG): 59 Electrical and Electronic Equipment Components

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NATO Supply Class 5975 is a classification within NATO Supply Group 59, which is dedicated to Electrical and Electronic Equipment Components.

NATO Supply Class 5975 specifically focuses on Electrical Hardware and Supplies. This class includes a wide range of items such as electrical connectors, terminals, switches, circuit breakers, fuses, relays, cables, wires, and other related electrical components and accessories.

The purpose of this classification is to provide a standardized system for categorizing and organizing electrical hardware and supplies used in military and defense applications. By using this classification system, NATO member countries can easily identify, procure, and maintain the necessary electrical components for their equipment and systems.

It is important to note that the NATO Supply Classification (NSC) system is used primarily by NATO member countries for logistical and supply chain management purposes. It helps ensure interoperability and compatibility among different military forces by providing a common language for identifying and categorizing various items.

If you are working on a document related to electrical hardware and supplies in the context of NATO Supply Class 5975, you may want to include specific details about the types of components and their applications within military and defense systems. Additionally, you can mention the importance of adhering to the NATO Supply Classification system for efficient procurement and maintenance processes.

FSC 5975 Electrical Hardware and Supplies - United States (US)
FSC 5975 Electrical Hardware and Supplies - United States (US)

Includes Conduit; Raceways; Face Plates; Condulets; Outlet and Junction Boxes; Pole Line Hardware, not elsewhere classifiable.

Note-Mounting hardware, included in classes of this group, includes such specially designed items as brackets, holders, retainers, etc. Excluded from classes in this group are such hardware items as screws (Class 5305), bolts (Class 5306), studs (Class 5307), washers (Class 5310), rivets (Class 5320), and other common items indexed to specific classes, other than in Group 59. The FSC indexes and structure will govern the classification of items used on or with mounting hardware cited above.

Frequently Asked Questions(FAQ) for Federal Supply Class 5975 Frequently Asked Questions(FAQ) for Federal Supply Class 5975

What is Federal Supply Class 5975?
FSC 5975 is the Federal Supply Class (formally known as NATO Supply Classification Class NSC 5975) in the USA for supply items codified in the category of Electrical Hardware and Supplies.
What is NATO Supply Classification Class 5975?
NSC 5975 is the NATO Supply Classification Class (also known as Federal Supply Class FSC 5975 in the USA) for supply items codified in the category of Electrical Hardware and Supplies.
Which Federal Supply Group is FSC 5975 in?
FSC 5975 is in Federal Supply Group (FSG) 59 which contains Electrical and Electronic Equipment Components.
Which NATO Supply Classification Group is NSC 5975 in?
NSC 5975 is in NATO Supply Classification Group (NSG) 59 which contains Electrical and Electronic Equipment Components.

Supply Items Included in Federal Supply Class 5975 Supply Items Included in Federal Supply Class 5975

What is an Electrical Cable Protector? 768 Items
An Electrical Cable Protector (PROTECTOR,ELECTRICAL CABLE) is an item designed to be interposed between a cable and its support or housing to prevent chafing caused by contraction and expansion due to changes in the ambient temperature or damage or injury from outside sources. Excludes such items as loom, cotton sleeving, rubber blankets, grade clamps and all types of conduit and INSULATION SLEEVING, ELECTRICAL.
What is a Ground Rod? 262 Items
A Ground Rod (ROD,GROUND) is an item designed to be driven into the earth for the purpose of establishing electrical contact. One end is pointed or tapered to facilitate entrance into the earth. See also ROD SECTION, GROUND.
What is a Junction Box Assembly? 258 Items
A Junction Box Assembly is two or more junction boxes on a common mounting or mounted on each other. Do not use for single junction boxes which are complex or unusual in construction, or for a junction box with an extension. See also TERMINAL BOX.
What is a Flexible Metal Conduit Assembly? 1671 Items
A Flexible Metal Conduit Assembly (CONDUIT ASSEMBLY,METAL,FLEXIBLE) is a specific length of CONDUIT, METAL, FLEXIBLE with permanently attached ferrule(s), coupling nut(s), elbow(s), or the like. Excludes detachable fittings such as tee(s), wye(s), or elbow(s). Also, excludes conduit like items that are designed for other than electrical applications. See also CASING (as modified).
What is a Fanning Strip? 139 Items
A Fanning Strip is an item made of rigid or semirigid insulating material for spacing or separating wire(s) and/or cable(s). For items having terminals, see TERMINAL BOARD; and INSULATOR (as modified).
What is a Pothead? 13 Items
A Pothead is a form of terminator, usually used in power and telephone distribution, designed to be hermetically sealed to the cable(s) to exclude moisture. It may have terminals accessible for testing, or a junction block to facilitate the connecting of cable(s) and wire. See also SEALING FITTING, ELECTRICAL CONDUIT.
Cover,Interconnecting Box 59 Items
What is a Switch Terminal Cover? 107 Items
A Switch Terminal Cover (COVER,SWITCH TERMINAL) is an item generally made of insulating material and used to protect switch terminals against damage, shorting and grounding. Excludes COVER, ELECTRICAL SWITCH; BASE, SWITCH and HOUSING, SENSITIVE SWITCH.
What is a Cable Terminal Chamber? 141 Items
A Cable Terminal Chamber (CHAMBER,CABLE TERMINAL) is an item specifically designed to admit, protect and seal conductor groups or cables and also affords a method of conveniently distributing, terminating and interconnecting the leads.
What is a Stuffing Tube? 1137 Items
A Stuffing Tube is an item specifically designed to pass an electrical cable or tube through a continuous structure with provisions for packing so as to prevent the leakage of liquids and/or gases through the opening. May include packing nut(s), adapter(s), washer(s), gasket(s), bushing(s), packing(s), cap(s), and/or plug(s).
What is a Cord Assembly Fastener? 28 Items
A Cord Assembly Fastener (FASTENER,CORD ASSEMBLY) is a fastener primarily designed to hold and secure a cord assembly so that pulling of the cord will not put a strain on the terminal connections.
What is an Electrical Grounding Plate? 501 Items
An Electrical Grounding Plate (PLATE,ELECTRICAL GROUNDING) is a rigid or semirigid item of electrically conductive material whose thickness is small in comparsion to its length and width. It is designed to be used for electrical grounding, particularly in junction box and power outlet applications. Excludes TERMINAL STRIP, GROUNDING; CONTACT STRIP, RADIO FREQUENCY GROUNDING; and STRIP, ELECTRICAL GROUNDING.
What is a Cable Collar? 124 Items
A Cable Collar (COLLAR,CABLE) is an item designed to be affixed around an electrical cable to limit the axial movement of the cable at the point where it passes through an opening. It has no facilities for retaining the cable to another object. Excludes BUSHING, STRAIN RELEIF, CABLE.
Base,Chassis 324 Items
What is a Crossarm Brace? 31 Items
A Crossarm Brace (BRACE,CROSSARM) is an item specifically designed to provide reinforcement for a crossarm when mounted on a pole.
What is a Cable Hanger? 814 Items
A Cable Hanger (HANGER,CABLE) is a metallic or nonmetallic item of various shapes, designed to position, suspend, support and/or secure electrical cable(s) to utility poles, bulkheads, messenger wires or other supporting surfaces. It may be fastened to the structure by means of rod(s), bolts(s), screw(s) and the like. Excludes CLAMP (as modified); HANGER, WIRE STRAND; BRACKET PIPE; and SUPPORT, ELECTRICAL CABLE.
What is an Insulator Pin? 55 Items
An Insulator Pin (PIN,INSULATOR) is an item designed to be inserted into a crossarm for the specific purpose of mounting pin type electrical insulators. Excludes BRACKET, INSULATOR.
What is a Stuffing Tube Plug? 53 Items
A Stuffing Tube Plug (PLUG,STUFFING TUBE) is an item designed to be fitted into the body of a STUFFING TUBE in order to prevent the leakage of liquids and/or gases through the opening in the absence of the cable normally passing through the tube.
What is an Electrical Cable Support? 74 Items
An Electrical Cable Support (SUPPORT,ELECTRICAL CABLE) is a collapsible framework specifically designed to be placed on the ground to hold electrical cable above the ground surface. Excludes BRACKET, PIPE.
What is an Electrical Conductor Bushing? 421 Items
An Electrical Conductor Bushing (BUSHING,ELECTRICAL CONDUCTOR) is an item of metal and/or insulating material having a smooth interior with rounded edges to prevent damage to the insulation of the wire or cable emerging there-from, designed to fit through panel(s) or the wall of a JUNCTION BOX. It may be designed to snap into a knockout hole, or designed with an external thread and furnished with or without a locking nut. For items designed to couple conduit to JUNCTION BOX, see BOX CONNECTOR, ELECTRICAL. See also BUSHING, ELECTRICAL CONDUIT and BUSHING, NONMETALLIC. For items having hexagonal shoulders, see CHASE NIPPLE, CONDUIT.
What is an Insulator Bracket? 144 Items
An Insulator Bracket (BRACKET,INSULATOR) is an item designed to be attached to a supporting surface for the specific purpose of positioning and sustaining an electrical insulator(s). Includes brackets specifically designed for transposing electrical lines.
What is a Cable Reinforcing Link? 21 Items
A Cable Reinforcing Link (LINK,REINFORCING,CABLE) is an item fabricated from metal rod bent longitudinally into an oval shape, one end of which is intended to fit a messenger cable or guy wire and the opposite end formed with a mounting hole for a lag screw. This item is designed to relieve the strain where a messenger cable or wire is installed at an angle to a suspension clamp.
What is a Stuffing Tube Adapter? 72 Items
A Stuffing Tube Adapter (ADAPTER,STUFFING TUBE) is a threaded or unthreaded item designed to mate with the mounting threads or mounting surfaces of a STUFFING TUBE, and to mount the STUFFING TUBE to a continuous structure (bulkhead or deck). The adapter may be recessed on the face to accommodate a gasket and/or washer.
What is a Junction Box? 2471 Items
A Junction Box is an enclosure of other than cast metal designed to house, mount, and protect, but does not include wiring connections or electrical device(s) such as terminals and/or terminal boards, switches, jacks, fuseholders, connectors, circuit breakers and the like. It is designed for and may include a cover and such accessories as mounting hardware, brackets, locks, clamps, mounts and conduit fittings. Excludes CONDUIT OUTLET; and CHAMBER, CABLE TERMINAL. For boxes which include electrical device(s) such as terminals and/or terminal boards, switches, fuseholders, jacks, connectors, circuit breakers and the like, or combinations thereof, see SWITCH BOX; FUZE BOX; JACK BOX; TERMINAL BOX; CIRCUIT BREAKER BOX; and DISTRIBUTION BOX. For boxes wired to provide the interconnecting facilities for a specific major group of electronic items outside of the box, see INTERCONNECTING BOX. See also INTERCONNECTING CABINET.
What is an Electrical Cable Nipple? 547 Items
An Electrical Cable Nipple (CABLE NIPPLE,ELECTRICAL) is a preformed item having high electrical resistance designed for installation on end of cable or lead in order to cover the terminal or termination. It may partially cover the terminal of the item to which the cable or lead is attached. May also provide mechanical protection. Excludes INSULATION SLEEVING, ELECTRICAL.
What is an Electrical Equipment Cabinet? 1478 Items
An Electrical Equipment Cabinet (CABINET,ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT) is an enclosure generally fabricated of sheet material designed to accommodate (but does not include) electrical/electronic equipment so that the equipment may be operated without removal. It may include wires, cables, terminal boards, connectors, etc., required for equipment operation. For items designed to accommodate equipment mounted on panels, see RACK, ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT. See also CASE (2) (as modified). Excludes INTERCONNECTING BOX; INTERCONNECTING CABINET; JUNCTION BOX; and TERMINAL BOX.
What is an Electrical Equipment Rack? 2666 Items
An Electrical Equipment Rack (RACK,ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT) is an open or inclosed frame structure designed to accommodate (but does not include) electrical/electronic equipment mounted on standard width panels so that the equipment may be operated after installation without being removed. It must have panel mounting rails that provide a uniform pattern of mounting holes that will accommodate various combinations of standard width panels. It may include wires, cables, terminal boards, connectors, and the like, required for equipment operation. See also MOUNTING BASE, ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT; CABINET, ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT; and CASE (2) (as modified). Excludes MAIN DISTRIBUTING FRAME, TELEPHONE and INTERMEDIATE DISTRIBUTING FRAME, TELEPHONE.
What is an Electrical Entrance Cap? 43 Items
An Electrical Entrance Cap (ENTRANCE CAP,ELECTRICAL) is an item primarily designed to provide for the entrance of electrical wires into a building, structure, or inclosure and to facilitate their connection to feeders or service conductors. It consists of an insulating block and a metallic housing designed to hold the insulating block and to fit an electrical conduit, conduit fitting, or cable of a specified size. This item is primarily intended for use in exposed, wet, or damp locations and is installed so as to preclude the entrance of rain or debris into the conduit. See also CAP, ELECTRICAL.
What is an Electrical Conduit Adapter? 1842 Items
An Electrical Conduit Adapter (ADAPTER,ELECTRICAL CONDUIT) is an item designed to couple or join two different types or sizes of conduits, and/or to be inserted in the opening of a conduit outlet or box to accommodate a conduit of a larger or smaller size; or it may be designed with internal thread on one end for mating with an electrical connector and an external thread on the other end for mating with a conduit coupling nut; or to establish necessary mechanical accommodations between an electrical conduit, conduit assembly and an electrical connector. Excludes REDUCING WASHER, KNOCKOUT and BOX CONNECTOR, ELECTRICAL. See also ADAPTER, CABLE TO CONNECTOR; and CHASE NIPPLE, CONDUIT.
What is an Electrical Conduit Sealing Fitting? 56 Items
An Electrical Conduit Sealing Fitting (SEALING FITTING,ELECTRICAL CONDUIT) is an item of metallic composition with a chamber for sealing compound and two hubs to accommodate electrical conduits of specified sizes. This item is designed with a filler hole and a removable screw plug to enable the pouring of sealing compound into the chamber for the purpose of preventing the passage of explosive gases through a conduit run. The item is primarily designed for use in hazardous locations and may be designed for vertical use, horizontal use, or both. For items which permit the connection or termination of wires, see POTHEAD. See also COUPLING, ELECTRICAL CONDUIT.
What is a Knockout Reducing Washer? 38 Items
A Knockout Reducing Washer (REDUCING WASHER,KNOCKOUT) is an item consisting of a flat, cupped or embossed metallic disk with a centerhole to fit an electrical conduit of a specified size and which is specifically designed to reduce the knockout opening in a box, panel, or wireway for the convenience of terminating electrical conduit of smaller size than the knockout. Excludes ADAPTER, ELECTRICAL CONDUIT.
What is an Electrical Conduit Nipple? 143 Items
An Electrical Conduit Nipple (NIPPLE,ELECTRICAL CONDUIT) is a nipple made of electrical conduit.
What is an Electrical Entrance Elbow? 34 Items
An Electrical Entrance Elbow (ENTRANCE ELBOW,ELECTRICAL) is an item of metallic composition cast in the form of an elbow, which is primarily intended to provide for the angular entrance of wires into a building, structure, or enclosure. This item, specifically designed for installation in exposed locations, has two hubs of a specified size to fit the service entrance conduit and may have a third hub for a driven ground connection. It has a cover which makes it tamper-proof and weather-resistant. It may include facilities for pulling electrical conductors but does not have facilities for mounting wiring devices.
What is an Electrical Conduit Bushing? 290 Items
An Electrical Conduit Bushing (BUSHING,ELECTRICAL CONDUIT) is an item of metal and/or insulating material having internal threads designed to fit over the end of electrical conduit and/or fittings to provide a smooth interior with a rounded edge to prevent damage to the insulation of the wire or cable emerging therefrom. It may be designed to fit over the end of thin wall conduit, and to be fitted with holding (staking) screws, or it may be provided with internal straight threads for attaching to thick wall electrical conduit or fittings. It may be fitted with a temporary knockout cap (bushcap), and grounding or bonding facilities. For externally threaded items, see BOX CONNECTOR, ELECTRICAL; BUSHING, ELECTRICAL CONDUCTOR; CHASE NIPPLE, CONDUIT and BUSHING, STRAIN RELIEF, CABLE. See also FERRULE, ELECTRICAL CONDUIT. Excludes plain sleeve bushings.
What is an Electrical Conduit Bondnut? 17 Items
An Electrical Conduit Bondnut (BONDNUT,ELECTRICAL CONDUIT) is an item of metallic composition, with internal threads, designed to fit the external threads of an electrical conduit or fitting, and which, when installed, provides a method of tightening and locking the connection and completes a positive bond between the conduit and apparatus or fitting to which connected. The bonding or grounding action is accomplished by sharp beveled teeth or by a screw(s). See also LOCKNUT, ELECTRICAL CONDUIT and NUT, COUPLING, ELECTRICAL CONDUIT.
What is an Electrical Conduit Union? 130 Items
An Electrical Conduit Union (UNION,ELECTRICAL CONDUIT) is an item comprising three members, so constructed that one of the members holds the remaining two in a fixed butted position; generally used to connect two conduits, conduit fittings, or a conduit and a conduit fitting in such a manner that they may be disconnected without disturbing the rest of the conduit line. See also COUPLING, ELECTRICAL CONDUIT.
What is an Electrical Conduit Elbow? 419 Items
An Electrical Conduit Elbow (ELBOW,ELECTRICAL CONDUIT) is an item fabricated in the form of an elbow and having both ends threaded female, or with unthreaded connecting facilities on both ends, or connecting facilities on both ends, one of which is a male thread without boss or shoulder. If a locknut or bondnut is included, it shall not be considered as a thread boss or shoulder. It is primarily intended to connect conduit to conduit. It may have a removable cover to facilitate pulling wires, but does not include facilities for mounting wiring devices. For items having a removable cover to facilitate pulling wires and specifically designed for close installation in exposed outdoor locations and which may have facilities for an outside driven ground, see ENTRANCE ELBOW, ELECTRICAL. For items with one end having a male thread with a boss or shoulder, see BOX CONNECTOR, ELECTRICAL. For items having a removable screw cap for pulling wires, with the cap positioned 45 degrees from the connection facilities, see ENTRANCE ELBOW, ELECTRICAL. For items fabricated in the form of an elbow having both ends threaded male, see BEND, ELECTRICAL CONDUIT.
What is a Conduit Outlet? 985 Items
A Conduit Outlet is an item designed to be used in a conduit system for the purpose of providing outlets or attachments for electrical wiring devices and/or designed to provide access and facilitate installment of wires. It may or may not include a cover(s). It does not include wiring devices. Excludes ENTRANCE ELBOW, ELECTRICAL. See also JUNCTION BOX.
What is an Electrical Conduit Bend? 118 Items
An Electrical Conduit Bend (BEND,ELECTRICAL CONDUIT) is an item fabricated in the form of a curved section specifically designed to mechanically join a conduit or conduit fitting to another conduit or conduit fitting. Items of this type do not have a boss or hub at either end, nor do they have facilities for mounting wiring devices or pulling electrical conductors. See also ELBOW, ELECTRICAL CONDUIT and CONDUIT OUTLET.
What is an Electrical Wall Plate? 595 Items
An Electrical Wall Plate (PLATE,WALL,ELECTRICAL) is an item designed to mount directly on a bracket or an electrical current carrying wiring device(s) such as switch(es) or outlet(s) (receptacle). The bracket(s) or electrical current carrying device is mounted in a JUNCTION BOX. For trade designated items designed to be attached directly on or through a bracket or electrical wiring device to a CONDUIT OUTLET, see COVER, CONDUIT OUTLET. For items designed for mounting directly on a JUNCTION BOX, see COVER, JUNCTION BOX.
What is an Interconnecting Box? 482 Items
An Interconnecting Box is an inclosure which includes mounts and protects such items as switches, circuit breakers, jacks, fuseholders, connectors, terminals and/or terminal boards, resistors, capacitors, transformers, and the like. It is primarily designed to interconnect two or more electrical and/or electronic items, except primary power source(s) such as generator(s) and battery(ies). It may include a cover or door. For inclosures which connect one or more primary power source(s) to one or more electrical and/or electronic item(s), see DISTRIBUTION BOX. See also CIRCUIT BREAKER BOX; TERMINAL BOX and INTERCONNECTING CABINET.
What is a Pole Step? 13 Items
A Pole Step (STEP,POLE) is an item designed to be used as a foot rest in ascending and descending utility poles, when attached thereto.
What is an Interior Cable Rack? 78 Items
An Interior Cable Rack (RACK,CABLE,INTERIOR) is an open frame structure primarily designed to support electrical cables in buildings and shelters. Its purpose is to provide, by itself or by joining to similar structures, a path or runway for cable which may connect two or more pieces of electrical equipment. It does not include items designed to hold a single cable. See also RACK, CABLE, UNDERGROUND; and HANGER, CABLE.
What is an Electrical Conduit Ferrule? 274 Items
An Electrical Conduit Ferrule (FERRULE,ELECTRICAL CONDUIT) is an item usually of one piece construction, but which may be comprised of more than one piece, designed to be affixed permanently or temporarily to the end of an electrical conduit to form an end fitting. Unflanged items form a permanent end fitting which affords mechanical protection to emerging conductors. Flanged items are used with another fitting normally a conduit coupling nut, to make the conduit adaptable for connection to an electrical connector, junction box or other conduit accessory or fitting. Excludes RING, ELECTRICAL BONDING; BUSHING, ELECTRICAL CONDUIT; and BUSHING, PLAIN SLEEVE. See also FERRULE-NUT COUPLING, ELECTRICAL CONDUIT.
What is an Underground Cable Rack Hook? 13 Items
An Underground Cable Rack Hook (HOOK,UNDERGROUND CABLE RACK) is a rigid item designed to be perpendicularly attached to an underground cable rack to be used as the supporting arm for cables. May include insulators.
What is an Electrical Conduit End Seal Disk? 28 Items
An Electrical Conduit End Seal Disk (DISK,END SEAL,ELECTRICAL CONDUIT) is a flat circular item fitted on the end of an electrical conduit in order to close the end to prevent the entrance of water or refuse, prior to installation of the wires, during shipment and/or construction. The item may be held in place by means of a conduit bushing and may be easily removed to permit installation of the wires.
What is a Cable Spacer? 104 Items
A Cable Spacer (SPACER,CABLE) is an item constructed specifically to provide a separation between lashed lead covered cable and messenger strand for the prevention of injury to sheath of cable.
What is an Electrical Box Connector? 1449 Items
An Electrical Box Connector (BOX CONNECTOR,ELECTRICAL) is an item designed to mechanically connect in a straight line or an angle electrical conduit, conduit assemblies, wire, wireway, cable, or cable assemblies to a point of termination, such as a junction box, conduit outlet, or the like. The termination end must have an external thread with a boss or shoulder and may be furnished with a locknut or bondnut; or, must have internal thread with which is furnished an externally threaded hub with a wrenching feature; or be of a snap-in type that may be installed from either inside or outside the box and secured with a captive screw. It is not intended to join conduit to conduit. For angle type items having a male thread without a boss or shoulder, see ELBOW, ELECTRICAL CONDUIT. Does not include facilities to mount wiring devices. Excludes CHASE NIPPLE, CONDUIT.
What is an Electrical Conduit Coupling? 391 Items
An Electrical Conduit Coupling (COUPLING,ELECTRICAL CONDUIT) is an item specifically designed and constructed to mechanically connect in a straight line two sections of electrical conduit or like fabrication and of the same size. For three-piece items which may be disassembled without disturbing the rest of the conduit line, see UNION, ELECTRICAL CONDUIT. See also ADAPTER, ELECTRICAL CONDUIT; POTHEAD; and SEALING FITTING, ELECTRICAL CONDUIT.
What is an Electrical Conduit Wye? 167 Items
An Electrical Conduit Wye (WYE,ELECTRICAL CONDUIT) is a type of electrical conduit fitting fabricated in the form of the letter Y, having three hubs permitting conduits and/or conduit fittings to be taken off laterally from the main line of equal degree on each side, or with the main line continuing straight with a branch taking off at an angle. For items of this type having facilities for mounting wiring devices, see CONDUIT OUTLET.
What is a Cable Rack Extension? 17 Items
A Cable Rack Extension (EXTENSION,CABLE RACK) is a metallic irregularly shaped item designed to permit cable racks to be mounted away from the mounting surface to escape obstructions or limited space.
What is an Electrical Bonding Ring? 79 Items
An Electrical Bonding Ring (RING,ELECTRICAL BONDING) is an item of metallic composition, usually round and flat with a center hole or slotted hole designed to accommodate an electrical cable or conduit, and which, when used in conjunction with a cable clamp or similar locking device, completes a positive bond between the cable or conduit fitting, such as connectors, adapters, and couplings, and the cable or conduit shield and/or individual conductor shield(s). See also FERRULE, ELECTRICAL CONDUCTOR.
What is an Electrical Equipment Rack Base? 123 Items
An Electrical Equipment Rack Base (BASE,ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT RACK) is a structural item which is specifically designed to provide a suitable flat surface to support one or more RACK, ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT. It may include legs and/or leveling devices. For similar items designed primarily for the purpose of damping shock and/or vibration, see MOUNTING BASE, ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT. See also STAND, (as modified).
What is an Electrical Cable Splice Protector? 33 Items
An Electrical Cable Splice Protector (PROTECTOR,SPLICE,ELECTRICAL CABLE) is an item specifically designed to be mechanically fastened to an electrical cable on each end of a splice to protect the splice from excessive strain. It usually has provisions for making a waterproof or moisture-proof joint. Excludes INSULATION SLEEVING, ELECTRICAL.
What is an Electrical Conduit Coupling Nut? 193 Items
An Electrical Conduit Coupling Nut (NUT,COUPLING,ELECTRICAL CONDUIT) is an item of metallic composition with internal threads and an internal seat designed to join a ferrule capped conduit to a fitting. See also BONDNUT, ELECTRICAL CONDUIT.
What is an Insulator Bracket Strap? 18 Items
An Insulator Bracket Strap (STRAP,INSULATOR BRACKET) is an item specifically designed to reinforce insulator brackets at their fastenings on a line construction pole when high strength wire or long spans are used.
What is a Junction Box Cover? 552 Items
A Junction Box Cover (COVER,JUNCTION BOX) is a cover containing facilities for mounting directly on a JUNCTION BOX. It may have provisions for the insertion and/or mounting of electrical devices, such as switches, connectors, additional covers, and jewels. It may include the jewel(s). For covers having facilities for mounting on brackets or on current carrying devices such as switches and receptacle connectors, see PLATE, WALL, ELECTRICAL. See also COVER, CONDUIT OUTLET.
What is a Wire Strand Hanger? 27 Items
A Wire Strand Hanger (HANGER,WIRE STRAND) is a metallic item, grooved to fit a wire strand such as a messenger strand, and designed to be attached to a utility pole or other supporting surface for the purpose of horizontally suspending and firmly securing the wire strand. See also HANGER, CABLE, and CLAMP, ELECTRICAL CONDUCTOR, STRAIN. Excludes BRACKET, PIPE.
What is an Electrical Conduit Cross? 10 Items
An Electrical Conduit Cross (CROSS,ELECTRICAL CONDUIT) is a type of electrical conduit fitting fabricated in the form of a cross having four hubs in the same plane, the axes of which form a right angle, and primarily intended to join electrical conduits and/or conduit fittings. For items of this type having ties for mounting wiring devices, see CONDUIT OUTLET.
What is an Electrical Conduit Tee? 84 Items
An Electrical Conduit Tee (TEE,ELECTRICAL CONDUIT) is a type of electrical conduit fitting fabricated in the form of the letter T having three hubs for joining electrical conduits and/or conduit fittings. For items of this type having facilities for mounting wiring devices, see CONDUIT OUTLET.
What is a Blank Panel? 1873 Items
A Blank Panel (PANEL,BLANK) is a panel designed to fill a space not occupied by actual operating components, and may have instructions, component designations, or component identifications etched or printed thereon.
Case,Electrical Equipment Cabinet 73 Items
Case,Switch Box 44 Items
What is a Ground Rod Section? 30 Items
A Ground Rod Section (ROD SECTION,GROUND) is an item which is part of a multi-section ground rod. Excludes items with driving points. see also ROD, GROUND.
What is a Junction Box Extension? 71 Items
A Junction Box Extension (EXTENSION,JUNCTION BOX) is an item designed to be mounted on a JUNCTION BOX to increase the depth of the box.
What is a Stuffing Tube Packing Nut? 87 Items
A Stuffing Tube Packing Nut (PACKING NUT,STUFFING TUBE) is a threaded or unthreaded device, with an unthreaded center hole to accommodate an electrical cable or tube, designed to mate with the threads or sealing components of a stuffing tube body for the purpose of compressing packing around the electrical cable or tube. A component of a STUFFING TUBE.
What is a Transmission Line Grounding Set? 38 Items
A Transmission Line Grounding Set (GROUNDING SET,TRANSMISSION LINE) is an item consisting of two or more clamp type devices with facilities for the connection of jumpers and/or grounding cables. When installed this item provides for the temporary grounding of de-energized electrical transmission line(s) to protect workmen against injury resulting from accidental re-energization of the lines. Excludes CLAMP, ELECTRICAL.
What is a Cable Marker Sleeve? 1191 Items
A Cable Marker Sleeve (SLEEVE,MARKER,CABLE) is a cylindrical item into which a wire or cable is inserted. It is inscribed for identification, to indicate connections or routing of electrical cables and the like. For unmarked items made of insulation material, see INSULATION SLEEVING, ELECTRICAL. For items secured by crimping, slot and tongue, or other similar methods of fastening, see BAND, MARKER.
What is an Electrical Standardized Components Case? 81 Items
An Electrical Standardized Components Case (CASE,STANDARDIZED COMPONENTS,ELECTRICAL) is a case which by virtue of standardization of equipment dimensions is designed to contain one or more components of different basic names. Do not use for cases designed only for specific items or a specific grouping of items.
What is an Electrical Conduit Ferrule-Nut Coupling? 21 Items
An Electrical Conduit Ferrule-Nut Coupling (FERRULE-NUT COUPLING,ELECTRICAL CONDUIT) is an item consisting of a FERRULE, ELECTRICAL CONDUIT upon which is permanently mounted a NUT, COUPLING, ELECTRICAL CONDUIT. It is designed to be attached to an electrical conduit and used to mechanically connect the conduit to another conduit fitting such as a box connector. Excludes BOX CONNECTOR, ELECTRICAL; ADAPTER, ELECTRICAL CONDUIT; and COUPLING, ELECTRICAL CONDUIT.
What is a Strain Electrical Conductor Clamp? 472 Items
A Strain Electrical Conductor Clamp (CLAMP,ELECTRICAL CONDUCTOR,STRAIN) is a clamp designed to support and/or dead end a suspended conductor(s). Must have a provision for attachment to an insulator. Insulator is not included. Excludes HANGER, WIRE STRAND.
What is an Electrical Entrance Cap Shell? 11 Items
An Electrical Entrance Cap Shell (SHELL,ELECTRICAL ENTRANCE CAP) is an item similar to ENTRANCE CAP, ELECTRICAL, but it does not include an insulating block. See also CAP, ELECTRICAL.
What is a Flexible Metal Conduit? 564 Items
A Flexible Metal Conduit (CONDUIT,METAL,FLEXIBLE) is a conduit constructed of circular flexible metal tubing. It may be shielded with a woven metal wire braid covering, with a packing between the joints, and it may have a rubber and/or synthetic rubber or plastic outer protective covering. It contains no fittings. See also CONDUIT, METAL, RIGID. Excludes conduit like items that are designed for other than electrical applications.
What is a Rigid Metal Conduit? 512 Items
A Rigid Metal Conduit (CONDUIT,METAL,RIGID) is a conduit of one-piece tubular construction, designed as thin wall type (EMT) and thick wall type. The items may be threaded and furnished with a COUPLING, ELECTRICAL CONDUIT and/or thread protection. See also CONDUIT ASSEMBLY,METAL, RIGID. Excludes conduit like items that are designed for other than electrical applications.
What is a Rigid Nonmetallic Conduit? 111 Items
A Rigid Nonmetallic Conduit (CONDUIT,NONMETALLIC,RIGID) is a conduit of one piece construction of asbestos and cement, bituminized fiber, or rigid plastics material. The item may have both ends processed for connection by means of a coupling. One coupling may be furnished for each length of conduit. The conduit may or may not be impregnated with coal tar pitch. Excludes conduit like items that are designed for other than electrical applications.
What is a Radio Frequency Cable Splicing Kit? 25 Items
A Radio Frequency Cable Splicing Kit (SPLICING KIT,RADIO FREQUENCY CABLE) is a collection of items used in splicing a radio frequency cable, such as yokes, plugs, cable, switches, and power transformer.
What is a Drive Ring? 10 Items
A Drive Ring is a metal item having an eye attached or integral with a nail-like item. It is designed for running twisted pair, bridle, or parallel drop wires on building walls, fences, poles and the like. For similar items having threaded ends, see BRIDLE RING. Excludes HOOK, SUPPORT.
What is a Bridle Ring? 12 Items
A Bridle Ring is a metal item having an open eye on one end and a wood screw, or machine thread on the opposite end. The machine thread item may be furnished with a nut or toggle attachment. It is designed for running twisted pair, bridle or parallel drop wires on building walls, fences, poles, and the like. For similar items having a drive nail end, see DRIVE RING. Excludes HOOK, SUPPORT.
What is an Electrical Equipment Leg? 151 Items
An Electrical Equipment Leg (LEG,ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT) is an item which, in conjunction with one or more similar items, aids in the support of electrical equipment. See also LEG SECTION, ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT.
What is an Electrical Equipment Leg Section? 60 Items
An Electrical Equipment Leg Section (LEG SECTION,ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT) is an item which in itself is not a complete functioning item. It consists of parts which, together with other similar parts, form an electrical equipment leg.
What is a Conduit Chase Nipple? 86 Items
A Conduit Chase Nipple (CHASE NIPPLE,CONDUIT) is an externally threaded item having a hexagonal shoulder with a smooth bore. It may be used to connect two junction boxes or to accommodate thin wall conduit or tubing by slip fit to a junction box or conduit outlet. It may or may not be furnished with a locknut. For items externally and internally threaded, see ADAPTER, ELECTRICAL CONDUIT. See also BUSHING, ELECTRICAL CONDUCTOR.
What is a Cable Strain Relief Bushing? 299 Items
A Cable Strain Relief Bushing (BUSHING,STRAIN RELIEF,CABLE) is an insulating item designed to prevent movement along the axis of an electric wire or cable in either direction when placed in the chassis of such items as electric fans, irons, drills, motors, radios, clocks and the like. It may be designed for use in the central column of a gun mount and the like. See also COLLAR, CABLE.
What is an Electrical Nonmetallic Conduit Assembly? 1312 Items
An Electrical Nonmetallic Conduit Assembly (CONDUIT ASSEMBLY,NONMETALLIC,ELECTRICAL) is a specific length of tubing or conduit, nonmetallic, rigid or flexible, with or without electrical rating, and with permanently attached ferrule(s), coupling nut(s), or the like. It may include one or more woven wire braid cover(s). Excludes detachable fittings such as tee(s), wye(s) or elbow(s). Also excludes conduit like items that are designed for other than electrical applications.
What is a Conduit Outlet Cover? 383 Items
A Conduit Outlet Cover (COVER,CONDUIT OUTLET) is an item of any material, with or without threads, designed to mate with a CONDUIT OUTLET or a SEALING FITTING, ELECTRICAL CONDUIT. It may be designed as a removable side plate cover with or without hubs. It may have provisions for draining or venting. It may be designed for the insertion and/or mounting of electrical devices, such as switches, receptacle connectors, and indicator light lenses. It may include mechanisms for the external operation of switches but does not include the wiring devices. For items designed to mount directly on a bracket or an electrical current carrying wiring device, see PLATE, WALL, ELECTRICAL. See also COVER, JUNCTION BOX.
What is an Electrical Conduit Coupling Nut Clamp? 44 Items
An Electrical Conduit Coupling Nut Clamp (CLAMP,COUPLING NUT,ELECTRICAL CONDUIT) is an item designed to be clamped on a conduit. It has extending prongs to engage and lock in position a NUT, COUPLING, ELECTRICAL CONDUIT.
What is an Electrical Equipment Shelf? 676 Items
An Electrical Equipment Shelf (SHELF,ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT) is an item relatively thin in its vertical dimension, designed to provide a horizontal working surface on the front of a CABINET, ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT or a RACK, ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT. May include wiring, power outlets and similar accessories. May be furnished with slides to permit stowing within the cabinet or rack when not in actual use.
What is a Shop Set Installation Electrical Kit? 23 Items
A Shop Set Installation Electrical Kit (ELECTRICAL KIT,SHOP SET INSTALLATION) is a collection of wiring and fixture items, such as box, cable, connector, cord, cover, cutout, fuse, receptacle, socket, switch, and the like, designed to wire shop set equipment when installing it in a shop truck as part of the basic load.
What is a Line Supporting Strap? 16 Items
A Line Supporting Strap (STRAP,LINE SUPPORTING) is a flexible strap, furnished with a buckle, specificifically designed to support other items, such as cable(s), wire(s), tube(s), and the like. The buckle may be permanently assembled and may be provided with a mounting feature. The strap may be used to bridge a channel by mounting the buckle and strap separately. Excludes CLAMP, LOOP; STRAP, RETAINING; STRAP, LEATHER; and STRAP, WEBBING.
What is an Electrical Conduit Locknut? 202 Items
An Electrical Conduit Locknut (LOCKNUT,ELECTRICAL CONDUIT) is an item having internal threads designed to fit the external threads of an electrical conduit or fitting for connecting to a junction box, panel, wireway, or other point of termination, and which, when installed, provides a method of tightening to lock the connection. The items may be either flat-sided or circular in external shape and must have a specific conduit size designation. SEE BONDNUT, ELECTRICAL CONDUIT and LOCKNUT, TUBE FITTING. Excludes NU T (1), PLAIN HEXAGON.
What is a Flexible Nonmetallic Conduit? 657 Items
A Flexible Nonmetallic Conduit (CONDUIT,NONMETALLIC,FLEXIBLE) is a conduit of one piece flexible, nonmetallic, tubular construction. The item may have an outer covering for additional mechanical protection, a woven wire braid for interference suppression, and/or wire reinforcement. For items having rated electrical characteristics, see INSULATION SLEEVING, ELECTRICAL. Excludes TUBING, NONMETALLIC; and TUBING, PLASTIC, SPIRAL WRAP. Excludes conduit like items that are designed for other than electrical applications.
What is an Electrical Equipment Drawer? 518 Items
An Electrical Equipment Drawer (DRAWER,ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT) is an item designed to slide in and out of a CABINET, ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT or RACK, ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT and used to mount and/or store electrical/electronic equipment. It does not include the electrical/electronic equipment, but may include wires, cables, terminal boards, connectors, etc.
What is an Electrical Equipment Mounting Base? 3161 Items
An Electrical Equipment Mounting Base (MOUNTING BASE,ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT) is a tray or racklike item designed to provide a supporting surface to which electrical/electronic equipment may be secured when installed in aircraft, vehicles, or other types of mobile equipment. It may be equipped with shock or vibration isolation devices and/or wires, cables, terminal boards, connectors, etc. Excludes BASE, ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT RACK and MOUNT, RESILIENT. See also RACK, ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT.
What is an Electronic Junction Rack? 253 Items
An Electronic Junction Rack (RACK,ELECTRONIC JUNCTION) is an open frame structure specifically designed to accommodate (but does not include) electronic terminal junctions (TERMINAL BOARD; TERMINAL (1), FEEDTHRU; and the like). The item may consist of separable or nonseparable channels, mounting blocks and fastening devices. Mounting blocks are designed so the assembly can be mounted on panels or bulkheads. Tightening the fastening devices which secure the channels to the mounting blocks will also secure terminal junctions within the frame assembly. Excludes RACK, ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT; TERMINAL BOARD; JUNCTION BOX; and HARDWARE KIT, ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT.
What is a Safety Shorting Probe? 16 Items
A Safety Shorting Probe (PROBE,SAFETY SHORTING) is a device used to discharge the voltage stored in cathode ray tubes and other electronic equipment which have capacitor type filtering circuits that retain a voltage charge after the primary power has been removed. See also DISCHARGER, ELECTROSTATIC.
What is an Electrical Tie Down Mounting Base? 626 Items
An Electrical Tie Down Mounting Base (MOUNTING BASE,TIE DOWN,ELECTRICAL) is an item used in conjunction with STRAP, TIEDOWN, ELECTRICAL COMPONENTS to secure wire(s) or cable(s) to a supporting surface.
What is a Raceway Cover? 196 Items
A Raceway Cover (COVER,RACEWAY) is an item used in conjunction with open style raceway for the protection of electrical wires and/or cables. May be attached by snap closure, stud and nut, or similar device. Generally furnished in bulk quantities.
Raceway,Metallic 376 Items
Raceway,Nonmetallic 122 Items
What is an Electrical-Electronic Equipment Panel? 2447 Items
An Electrical-Electronic Equipment Panel (PANEL,ELECTRICAL-ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT) is a panel which is designed to accommodate, but does not include connectors, displays, indicators, jacks, meters, switches, and the like. It may include clinch nuts or fastening devices as part of the item. Excludes PANEL, BLANK.
What is an Electric Cable Joint Box Supplementary Equipment? 14 Items
An Electric Cable Joint Box Supplementary Equipment (SUPPLEMENTARY EQUIPMENT,JOINT BOX,ELECTRIC CABLE) is a pre-determined combination of different accessories which are packed as a set and are used as supplement to the normal assembly accessories of the JOINT BOX, ELECTRIC CABLE.
What is an Electrical-Electronic Equipment Chassis? 5595 Items
An Electrical-Electronic Equipment Chassis (CHASSIS,ELECTRICAL-ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT) is a box, frame, or plate fabricated of electrically conductive material designed to mount, but which does not include, electronic components and their associated circuitry. It may have facilities for attachment to a rack or cabinet or to accommodate specially designed components. It may include a shielding function, integral wiring, and mounting hardware as part of the item. Excludes MOUNTING BASE, ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT.
What is a Mounting Plate? 324 Items
A Mounting Plate (PLATE,MOUNTING) is a metallic or nonmetallic item which is rigid, flat and generally smooth. Its thickness is small in comparison to its length and width. It is designed for mounting another item and may have drilled or threaded holes or other facilities for mounting to a supporting object or surface. See SUPPORT, as modified. Do not use if a more specific name applies.
What is an Electrical Conduit Ferrule Anchor Plate? 13 Items
An Electrical Conduit Ferrule Anchor Plate (ANCHOR PLATE,ELECTRICAL CONDUIT FERRULE) is a piece of flat material, specially designed to secure a FERRULE, ELECTRICAL CONDUIT.
What is a Nonmetallic Raceway Assembly? 39 Items
A Nonmetallic Raceway Assembly (RACEWAY ASSEMBLY,NONMETALLIC) is a channel consisting of one or more parts with other than circular cross sections. The item forms part of bulk quantities which have been specially treated and provided with miter heads and/or mounting holes, for example. It may also be produced in one piece by special molding processes such as thermoplastic pressure die-casting. The item protects electrical wires and/or cables against mechanical damage. Excludes RACEWAY (1), NONMETALLIC.
What is a Metallic Raceway Assembly? 149 Items
A Metallic Raceway Assembly (RACEWAY ASSEMBLY,METALLIC) is a channel consisting of one or more parts with other than circular cross sections. The item is not supplied in bulk quantities and has a particular shape with specific dimensions conforming to a predetermined cable run (e.g., angular or U-shape). The item protects cables against damage. Excludes RACEWAY (1), METALLIC.
What is an Electrical Box Sealing Flange? 10 Items
An Electrical Box Sealing Flange (FLANGE,SEALING,ELECTRICAL BOX) is an item designed for tightly sealing those openings of a JUNCTION BOX towards the outside or inside that are neither provided for being connected with other JUNCTION BOX nor for cable entry. Excludes FLANGE, ADAPTER, ELECTRICAL BOX and FLANGE, ELECTRICAL BOX ENTRY.
What is an Electrical Box Entry Flange? 15 Items
An Electrical Box Entry Flange (FLANGE,ELECTRICAL BOX ENTRY) is an item designed for tightly sealing the openings of a JUNCTION BOX, provided for cable entry, towards the inside or outside. It may include openings or knock-out holes with or without threads that are provided for the installation of STUFFING TUBE or other cable entries. Excludes FLANGE, SEALING, ELECTRICAL BOX and FLANGE, ADAPTER, ELECTRICAL BOX.
What is an Electrical Equipment Foot? 90 Items
An Electrical Equipment Foot (FOOT,ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT) is an item which in conjunction with an electrical equipment leg or the like, aids in the support of electrical equipment. It is a broad based metallic or nonmetallic item which serves as a stabilizer.
What is an Electrical Standardized Components Case Section? 21 Items
An Electrical Standardized Components Case Section (CASE SECTION,STANDARDIZED COMPONENTS,ELECTRICAL) is an item of various shapes or design representing an integral part of a CASE (2), STANDARDIZED COMPONENTS, ELECTRICAL. It may include fastening, sealing, padding and/or locking devices. It does not include components.
What is a Guide Rail? 228 Items
A Guide Rail (RAIL,GUIDE) is an item used for fixing/mounting TERMINAL JUNCTION BLOCK, SECTIONAL.
What is an Electronic Equipment Mounting Tray? 946 Items
An Electronic Equipment Mounting Tray (TRAY,MOUNTING,ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT) is an item which facilitates the mounting of electronic/electrical equipment(s) into racks and the like, having holes and/or clamping devices enabling quick replacement of the mounted equipment. does not include the equipment for which designed. may include interconnecting facilities and resilient mountings. excludes DRAWER, ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT, RACK MOUNTED; DRAWER, ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT CABINET; CHASSIS, ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT and PLATE, MOUNTING, ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT.
What is an Electrical Conductor Protector? 25 Items
An Electrical Conductor Protector (PROTECTOR,ELECTRICAL CONDUCTOR) is an item designed to be interposed between an electrical conductor which may be bare or insulated and its support or housing to prevent chafing caused by contraction and expansion due to changes in the ambient temperature or damage or injury from outside sources. Excludes such items as loom, cotton sleeving, rubber blankets, grade clamps, and all types of conduit and INSULATION SLEEVING, ELECTRICAL.
What is an Electrical Fitting Mounting Base? 92 Items
An Electrical Fitting Mounting Base (BASE,MOUNTING,ELECTRICAL FITTING) is an item serving as a base for electrical pieces such as switches, ceiling roses. It is usually recessed at the base for accommodating wires.
What is a Rigid Metal Conduit Assembly? 597 Items
A Rigid Metal Conduit Assembly (CONDUIT ASSEMBLY,METAL,RIGID) is a straight or prebent length of a CONDUIT, METAL, RIGID complete with permanently attached fitting(s), such as flanges, wye(s) and tee(s). See also TUBE ASSEMBLY, METAL and CASING (as modified). Excludes conduit like items that are designed for other than electrical applications.
What is an Interconnecting Cabinet? 41 Items
An Interconnecting Cabinet is an enclosure, the principal purpose of which is to house, protect, and provide a connecting or branching point for one or more electrical circuits. It is wired to provide the interconnecting facilities for a specific group of electrical and/or electronic items outside of the interconnecting cabinet. It may contain parts such as capacitors, resistors, fuses, relays and terminal boards. In addition, it includes panel(s) on which are mounted control and instrumenation devices associated with the internal components of the cabinet. For items not including such panels. See CABINET, ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT. See also CIRCUIT BREAKER BOX; DISTRIBUTION BOX; INTERCONNECTING BOX; JUNCTION BOX and TERMINAL BOX.
What is an Electrical Cable Assembly Protector? 74 Items
An Electrical Cable Assembly Protector (PROTECTOR,ELECTRICAL CABLE ASSEMBLY) is an item specifically designed to protect an electrical cable assembly from damage by other items during assembly and/or disassembly operations of associated equipment. Excludes such items as loom, cotton sleeving, rubber blankets, all types of conduit, INSULATION SLEEVING, ELECTRICAL and PROTECTOR, ELECTRICAL CABLE.
What is an Electrical Components Tie Down Strap? 2073 Items
An Electrical Components Tie Down Strap (STRAP,TIE DOWN,ELECTRICAL COMPONENTS) is a preformed item of flexible or semiflexible material of various cross-sectional shapes. It may be tapered to a point at one or both ends, or provided with holes, slots, detents, or other locking devices. It is designed to surround wiring harnesses and other electrical/electronic components. It may be preprinted with legendary characters, symbol(s), letter(s), numeral(s), or color coded, and may be provided with means for securing to other objects. Excludes BAND, MARKER; CLAMP, ELECTRICAL; CLAMP, LOOP; MARKER, IDENTIFICATION; and STRAP, RETAINING.
What is an Electric Component Rail Guide Stop? 15 Items
An Electric Component Rail Guide Stop (STOP,RAIL GUIDE,ELECTRIC COMPONENT) is a metallic or nonmetallic item or various shapes designed to be attached at the end of a RAIL,GUIDE to prevent movement of electric component. It may include facilities for a pin, set screw, or the like to allow for adjustment.
What is a Raceway End Cap? 12 Items
A Raceway End Cap (END CAP,RACEWAY) is an item which is used to close right and or left side of RACEWAY (WITH MODIFIER).
What is an Electrical Cable Ground Guard? 23 Items
An Electrical Cable Ground Guard (GUARD,GROUND,ELECTRICAL CABLE) is a metallic or nonmetallic item of various shape designed to be placed on floor to protect onr or several electrical cable or cord from damages caused by the personnel vehicular, equipment and the like. Excludes: PROTECTOR,ELECTRICAL CABLE and PROTECTOR,ELECTRICAL CABLE ASSEMBLY.

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TMS-SCE-3.4-2.0-S1-9
RNCC: 3 | RNVC: 1 | DAC: 4
FSCC2
RNCC: 3 | RNVC: 2 | DAC: 4
4801723 IT/POSIT NO 85
RNCC: 5 | RNVC: 2 | DAC: 5
CA70596-001
RNCC: 3 | RNVC: 2 | DAC: 3
M3-SE-BPA1
RNCC: 3 | RNVC: 9 | DAC: 4
9376290
RNCC: 3 | RNVC: 2 | MEDALS: Y | DAC: 1
33901107
RNCC: 5 | RNVC: 2 | DAC: B
6605K53
RNCC: 3 | RNVC: 2 | DAC: 4
781425-01
RNCC: 3 | RNVC: 2 | DAC: 6
0N149647
RNCC: 3 | RNVC: 2 | DAC: B
0N149648
RNCC: 3 | RNVC: 2 | DAC: D
0N047124-1
RNCC: 3 | RNVC: 2 | DAC: D
RME21-3A2-VX21-3
RNCC: 3 | RNVC: 9 | DAC: 3
CTJ-3D-03
RNCC: 3 | RNVC: 2 | DAC: 5
1485A-CAP
RNCC: 3 | RNVC: 2 | DAC: E
0015628-01
RNCC: 3 | RNVC: 9 | DAC: 6
SM-D-579806
RNCC: 3 | RNVC: 2 | MEDALS: Y | DAC: 4
2503255-20
RNCC: 3 | RNVC: 2 | DAC: 2
4801735 IT/POSIT NO 86
RNCC: 5 | RNVC: 2 | DAC: 5
12310726
RNCC: 3 | RNVC: 2 | MEDALS: Y | DAC: 1
3126AS320-1
RNCC: 3 | RNVC: 2 | DAC: 5
10285092-1
RNCC: C | RNVC: 1 | DAC: 6
0N205578-1
RNCC: 3 | RNVC: 2 | DAC: D
0N149649
RNCC: 3 | RNVC: 2 | DAC: D
0N143357
RNCC: 3 | RNVC: 2 | DAC: D
116245-4
RNCC: 3 | RNVC: 2 | DAC: 1
2849698-1
RNCC: 3 | RNVC: 2 | DAC: 1
04951200
RNCC: 3 | RNVC: 2 | MEDALS: Y | DAC: D
3531AS275-501
RNCC: 3 | RNVC: 2 | DAC: 5
3126AS670-1
RNCC: 3 | RNVC: 2 | DAC: 5
A3078-1
RNCC: 3 | RNVC: 2 | DAC: 5
915084-801
RNCC: 3 | RNVC: 2 | DAC: 1
AC-1429
RNCC: 3 | RNVC: 2 | DAC: 5
0N047075
RNCC: 3 | RNVC: 2 | DAC: 2
351B-6C
RNCC: 3 | RNVC: 2 | DAC: 6
12287033
RNCC: 3 | RNVC: 2 | MEDALS: Y | DAC: 1
A3048-1
RNCC: 3 | RNVC: 2 | DAC: 5
0N047127-2
RNCC: 3 | RNVC: 2 | DAC: 2
947-107518-00
RNCC: 3 | RNVC: 2 | DAC: 1
2582F229
RNCC: 3 | RNVC: 3 | DAC: 5
5HM40336-107
RNCC: 3 | RNVC: 2 | DAC: D
D313062-1
RNCC: 3 | RNVC: 2 | DAC: 5
478D345G01
RNCC: 5 | RNVC: 2 | DAC: 5
0N205578-2
RNCC: 3 | RNVC: 2 | DAC: D
FXINF0064
RNCC: 3 | RNVC: 9 | DAC: 3
0N056837
RNCC: 3 | RNVC: 2 | MEDALS: Y | DAC: B
0N143382
RNCC: 3 | RNVC: 2 | MEDALS: Y | DAC: B
1410-00-8230
RNCC: 3 | RNVC: 2 | DAC: 1
214-074-281-121
RNCC: 3 | RNVC: 2 | DAC: 1
116245-5
RNCC: 3 | RNVC: 9 | DAC: 1
A3077-1
RNCC: 5 | RNVC: 9 | DAC: 6
A3046-3
RNCC: 5 | RNVC: 9 | DAC: 6
0N149663
RNCC: 3 | RNVC: 2 | DAC: D
0N151764
RNCC: 3 | RNVC: 2 | DAC: D
0015509-01
RNCC: 3 | RNVC: 9 | DAC: 6
A3079-1
RNCC: 5 | RNVC: 9 | DAC: 6
M24705-1FA6
RNCC: 2 | RNVC: 2 | DAC: E
201745-1
RNCC: 3 | RNVC: 2 | DAC: 6
212A691-1
RNCC: 3 | RNVC: 2 | DAC: 1
0250
RNCC: 3 | RNVC: 2 | DAC: 5
2917-1
RNCC: 3 | RNVC: 2 | DAC: 5
9300-A276
RNCC: 3 | RNVC: 9 | DAC: 6
3531AS270-501
RNCC: 3 | RNVC: 2 | DAC: 5
115A998-2
RNCC: 3 | RNVC: 2 | DAC: 5
EX1202
RNCC: 3 | RNVC: 2 | DAC: 3
2893135-1
RNCC: 3 | RNVC: 2 | DAC: 1
12173-4600 REV A
RNCC: D | RNVC: 9 | DAC: D
0N205596-2
RNCC: 3 | RNVC: 2 | DAC: D
MS3367-7-11
RNCC: 3 | RNVC: 2 | DAC: E
915083-801
RNCC: 3 | RNVC: 2 | DAC: 1
634-8177-001
RNCC: 3 | RNVC: 2 | DAC: 2
8500255-901
RNCC: 3 | RNVC: 2 | MEDALS: Y | DAC: 1
MS18034-1-9
RNCC: C | RNVC: 1 | DAC: 3
014609996-03161
RNCC: 5 | RNVC: 1 | MEDALS: Y | DAC: E
ABMT-S6-C60
RNCC: 3 | RNVC: 2 | DAC: 1
9N12113A1
RNCC: 5 | RNVC: 9 | DAC: X
BU-509
RNCC: 5 | RNVC: 2 | DAC: 3
PLT2.5I-M0
RNCC: 3 | RNVC: 2 | DAC: 4
125821DL
RNCC: 3 | RNVC: 2 | DAC: 5
842-447116-261
RNCC: 3 | RNVC: 1 | DAC: D
280559-01
RNCC: 3 | RNVC: 2 | DAC: 3
759-600-02
RNCC: 3 | RNVC: 2 | DAC: 1
D0090495-207
RNCC: 3 | RNVC: 2 | DAC: 5
717984
RNCC: 3 | RNVC: 2 | DAC: C
12656887
RNCC: 3 | RNVC: 2 | DAC: D
8600321-001
RNCC: 3 | RNVC: 2 | DAC: 5
83964-03
RNCC: 3 | RNVC: 2 | DAC: 5
423002-01
RNCC: 3 | RNVC: 2 | DAC: B
13074066
RNCC: 3 | RNVC: 2 | DAC: D
4C27204-111A
RNCC: 3 | RNVC: 2 | DAC: D
12656874
RNCC: 3 | RNVC: 2 | DAC: D
445-A11684-1
RNCC: 3 | RNVC: 2 | DAC: 5
12656844
RNCC: 3 | RNVC: 2 | DAC: D
16-AAP299-01
RNCC: 3 | RNVC: 1 | DAC: C
600-00240-INSTL
RNCC: 3 | RNVC: 2 | DAC: 5
1713607
RNCC: 3 | RNVC: 2 | DAC: 5
8249622-1
RNCC: 5 | RNVC: 2 | DAC: 1
341B13120AB1317-103
RNCC: 3 | RNVC: 2 | DAC: 5
5PTC0021CWWH000
RNCC: 5 | RNVC: 2 | DAC: 5
A0095861
RNCC: 3 | RNVC: 2 | DAC: 5
8247203-28
RNCC: 3 | RNVC: 2 | DAC: D
74D115176
RNCC: D | RNVC: 9 | MEDALS: Y | DAC: D
FAA-KIT-24FTSC6BRK
RNCC: 3 | RNVC: 2 | DAC: 5
8247203 SHEET 4
RNCC: C | RNVC: 1 | DAC: D
8247203-15
RNCC: 3 | RNVC: 2 | DAC: D
4370682
RNCC: 3 | RNVC: 2 | DAC: D
5498591-9
RNCC: 3 | RNVC: 2 | DAC: D
2A1767-7
RNCC: 3 | RNVC: 2 | DAC: D
20710756-2
RNCC: 3 | RNVC: 2 | DAC: D
197K3328-100
RNCC: 3 | RNVC: 2 | DAC: 5
FDC1730-542-A9-L18
RNCC: 3 | RNVC: 2 | DAC: 5
KEL-ER-B4
RNCC: 3 | RNVC: 2 | DAC: 5
N133378-8
RNCC: 3 | RNVC: 2 | DAC: 5
CC17176
RNCC: D | RNVC: 9 | DAC: D
099-665 FIND NO. 2
RNCC: C | RNVC: 1 | DAC: D
2015-6
RNCC: 3 | RNVC: 2 | DAC: D
262122G1
RNCC: 3 | RNVC: 1 | DAC: C
ALH-211015-003
RNCC: 3 | RNVC: 2 | DAC: D
3429AS4004-2
RNCC: 3 | RNVC: 2 | DAC: 3
I27129 ITEM NUMBER 147
RNCC: C | RNVC: 1 | DAC: 1
10226-50000
RNCC: 3 | RNVC: 2 | DAC: B
SSQR2.5-CRGL
RNCC: 3 | RNVC: 2 | DAC: 5
8245409
RNCC: D | RNVC: 9 | DAC: D
D14022-0181-PS01
RNCC: D | RNVC: 9 | DAC: C
223-4461
RNCC: 3 | RNVC: 2 | DAC: B
N151461-1
RNCC: 3 | RNVC: 2 | DAC: 3
12593921-19
RNCC: 3 | RNVC: 2 | DAC: 1
12617966
RNCC: 3 | RNVC: 2 | DAC: D
12596711
RNCC: 3 | RNVC: 2 | DAC: D
12596763-4
RNCC: 3 | RNVC: 2 | DAC: D
8437110-1
RNCC: 3 | RNVC: 2 | DAC: D
PNC3/4 SL080
RNCC: 3 | RNVC: 2 | DAC: 1
TY35MILKYWHT
RNCC: 3 | RNVC: 2 | DAC: X
223-8216643
RNCC: D | RNVC: 9 | DAC: D
3366801-7
RNCC: 3 | RNVC: 2 | DAC: D
31R4-2TRN41-508
RNCC: 5 | RNVC: 9 | DAC: 5
EV1122
RNCC: 3 | RNVC: 2 | DAC: 3
P17974-B21
RNCC: 3 | RNVC: 2 | DAC: 3
98007-5
RNCC: 3 | RNVC: 2 | DAC: 5
MMR-1824
RNCC: 3 | RNVC: 2 | DAC: 4
77A123072P1
RNCC: 3 | RNVC: 2 | DAC: D
8412
RNCC: 3 | RNVC: 2 | DAC: 3
238-9802
RNCC: 3 | RNVC: 2 | DAC: 4
279822
RNCC: 3 | RNVC: 2 | DAC: B
MPN-007759-000
RNCC: 3 | RNVC: 2 | DAC: 5
431-001
RNCC: D | RNVC: 9 | DAC: 1
130206
RNCC: 3 | RNVC: 2 | DAC: 5
98015-6
RNCC: 3 | RNVC: 2 | DAC: 5
TA103003L09CR02
RNCC: 3 | RNVC: 2 | DAC: B
DGD1711
RNCC: D | RNVC: 9 | DAC: B
8008182-5
RNCC: 3 | RNVC: 2 | DAC: 3
8581903-10.20.30
RNCC: 3 | RNVC: 2 | DAC: 3
622-9672-104
RNCC: 3 | RNVC: 2 | DAC: 3
68T060404-1001
RNCC: 3 | RNVC: 2 | DAC: D
1056566
RNCC: 5 | RNVC: 2 | DAC: 3
MS3339-11
RNCC: 2 | RNVC: 2 | DAC: 4
271T0070-6
RNCC: C | RNVC: 1 | DAC: 5
TYS6-280
RNCC: 3 | RNVC: 2 | DAC: 3
12648994
RNCC: 3 | RNVC: 2 | DAC: D
9-2-6176
RNCC: 3 | RNVC: 2 | DAC: A
13082640
RNCC: 3 | RNVC: 2 | DAC: D
AL-07-50-9-C
RNCC: 5 | RNVC: 9 | DAC: 5
D0090054-235
RNCC: 3 | RNVC: 2 | DAC: 5
1171160
RNCC: 3 | RNVC: 2 | DAC: 1
PS-500-2-RD
RNCC: 3 | RNVC: 2 | DAC: 3
4924ASSY1
RNCC: 3 | RNVC: 1 | DAC: C
321-8592609 FN 135
RNCC: C | RNVC: 1 | DAC: D