BS G 195:1966 - Specification for Minyvin type electric cables for aircraft

BS G 195:1966

Specification for Minyvin type electric cables for aircraft

Status : Withdrawn   Published : June 1966

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Standard NumberBS G 195:1966
TitleSpecification for Minyvin type electric cables for aircraft
StatusWithdrawn
Publication Date27 June 1966
Confirm Date15 October 1984
Withdrawn Date27 September 2012
Normative References(Required to achieve compliance to this standard)No other standards are normatively referenced
Informative References(Provided for Information)No other standards are informatively referenced
Amended ByAMD 2750
AMD 3456
DescriptorsInsulated cables, Electric cables, Polyvinyl chloride, Electric conductors, Aircraft components, Electrical components, Copper, Marking, Designations, Type testing, Chemical-resistance tests, Ageing tests, Leakage currents, Thermal testing, Electrical testing, Flexibility, Environmental testing, Cable sheaths, Melting point, Sheathed cables, Electrical insulating materials, Physical properties of materials, Wear tests, Abrasion, Flexibility, Flammability, Fire tests, Tensile testing, Ratings, Rated current, Test equipment
ICS49.060
Title in FrenchCables electriques Minyvin pour aeronefs. Specification
Title in GermanMinivyn-Elektrokabel fuer Flugzeuge. Spezifikation
CommitteeACE/6
ISBN0 580 34544 0
PublisherBSI
FormatA4
DeliveryNo
Pages22
File Size483.1 KB
NotesThis standard is withdrawn as it is no longer used. It was previously declared obsolescent
Price£130.00


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