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ARC Fault Circuit Breaker ( AFCB), Aircraft, Trip-Free Single Phase and Three Phase 115 VAC, 400 Hz - Constant Frequency
- Aerospace Standard
Published December 29, 2009 by SAE International in United States
Downloadable datasets availableAnnotation ability available
The primary function of this specification is to cover the general requirements for manual reset trip-free arc fault/thermal circuit breakers for use in aircraft electrical systems conforming to MIL-STD-704. As a secondary function, this specification may possibly cover the general requirements for AFCBs for use in primary vehicles, other than aircraft, when mounted directly to the structure.
Update specification to include three phase arc fault circuit breakers update requirements to comprehend three phase requirements.
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Data Sets - Support Documents
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|TABLE 1||CALIBRATION TEST CIRCUIT COMPONENTS|
|TABLE 2||SINGLE PHASE REQUIREMENTS TEST TRACEABILITY MATRIX|
|TABLE 2A||THREE PHASE REQUIREMENTS TEST TRACEABILITY MATRIX|
|TABLE 3||ACCEPTANCE TESTS|
|TABLE 4||GROUP B INSPECTION|
|TABLE 5||SAMPLING PLAN C TESTS|
|TABLE 6||STRENGTH OF THREADED PARTS|
|TABLE 7||BOLTED FAULT TRANSIENT CURRENTS|
|TABLE 8A||CONNECTION TABLE|
|TABLE 8B||CONNECTION TABLE|
|TABLE 8C||CONNECTION TABLE|
|TABLE 8D||CONNECTION TABLE|
|TABLE 9A||SINGLE PHASE TEST LOADS|
|TABLE 9B||THREE PHASE TEST LOADS|
|TABLE 10||INTERRUPTING CAPACITY TESTS|
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