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IDENTIFICATION AND MARKING (Airbus)


IDENTIFICATION AND MARKING - DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION
1. General The chapters that follow give the general design requirements related to the electrical installations identification on aircraft. 2. Structure of the Chapters A. Wire and bundle identification (Ref. 20-32-2X) B. Electrical Item identification (Ref. 20-32-5X)

WIRES AND HARNESS IDENTIFICATION (Airbus)


WIRES AND BUNDLES IDENTIFICATION - DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION
1. General The chapters that follow give the general identification requirements related to the electrical wire and bundle on aircraft. 2. Structure of the Chapters A. Wire identification by the manufacturer (Ref. 20-32-21) B. Wire functional identification (Ref. 20-32-22) C. Bundle functional identification (Ref. 20-32-23)

WIRE IDENTIFICATION BY THE SUPPLIER (Airbus)


WIRE IDENTIFICATION BY THE SUPPLIER - DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION
1. General This topic covers the identification and the markings made by the manufacturer during the manufacture of the wires and cables. Definitions : AWG : American Wire Gauge. Conductor : The conductor is the conducting element of the cable formed from one or more strands. Core : Assembly of a conductor and insulation which then form part of a complete single or multiconductor cable. Cable or wire : A cable is an assembly consisting of a conductor, insulation and, where applicable, a sheath, screen or jacket. 2. P/N Identification All the wire types (US and Metric) agree with Standards (ABS, ASNE, EN, NSA,...).

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Customer : ACA Type : A330 Rev. Date : October 1, 2010 20-32 - IDENTIFICATION AND MARKING (Airbus)
The wires are identified as follows: A. General case: ABSXXXX XX XX EXXXX XX XX NSAXXXXXX XX XX --------- -- -| | | | | ---------| | | -------------| ---------------------ENXXXX-XXX X XXX X ---------- - --- | | | | | | | ---| | | | | | | | -------| | | -----------| ------------------B. Specific cases (1) For E0260, E0261 and E0262 P/Ns: E026X XX XX - X ------| | | | | | | --------| | | | | --------------| | | ----------------------| -------------------------------(2) For ABS1354 ABS1354 XX X XX ------- -- - -| | | | | | | ------| | | | | ---------| | | -------------| ------------------(3) For EN4604-005

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Wire gauge (1 until 4 characters) (Ref. para. 5) Wire type code (Ref. para. 4) Standard P/N (Not written on the wire)

Insulation color code (Ref. table 7 and 8)

Wire gauge code (Ref. para. 5) Code letter for number of cores (Ref. table 9) Standard P/N (Not written on the wire) (Ref. para. 4)

Single-core cable - insulation color code (Ref. table 7) Wire gauge Wire type code (Ref. para. 4) Standard P/N (Not written on the wire)

Wire gauge Number of cores (ref. table 9) Wire type code (Ref. para. 4) Standard P/N (Not written on the wire)

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Customer : ACA Type : A330 Rev. Date : October 1, 2010 20-32 - IDENTIFICATION AND MARKING (Airbus)
EN4604-005 WL ---------- | | | ------------ Wire type code | ------------------- Standard P/N (Not written on the wire) (Ref. para. 4) 3. Wire Types There are two families of wire types: A. United States (US) The United States (US) wire types are installed on A300/A310/A300-600. Their core diameter has US diameters. e.g. AKA gauge 24 has 19 strands diameter 0.127 mm (0.0050 in.) . B. Metric (M) types: The Metric (M) wire types are installed on the other Airbus A/C for weight saving. e.g. CF gauge 24 has 19 strands diameter 0.12 mm (0.0047 in.) . C. Wire type interchangeability table NOTE: The tables that follow give the interchangeability between wire types. for example, if a DK is not available, you can replace it by a DM. Although these wires have different structures, they are fully interchangeable (for a given marking type).

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(1) US -> Metric - one way interchangeability tables If it is necessary to replace a US type wire on the aircraft and if the US type wire is no longer available, you can use an interchangeable Metric wire (Ref. one way interchangeability tables (US->Metric)). All the Metric wires are available. (a) Single wires ------------------------| US | M | |-----------|-----------| | AKA | CF | | AKB | CF | | BE | BF | | DE | DK | ------------------------(b) Twisted wires ------------------------| TWO WIRES | | US | M | |-----------|-----------| | PD | PF | | PE | PG | ------------------------(c) Shielded wires --------------| SINGLE WIRE | | US | M | |------|------| | SE | ST | | SF | SJ | ------------------------| THREE WIRES | | US | M | |-----------|-----------| | QD | QF | | QE | QG | --------------------------------------| THREE WIRES | | US | M | |------|------| | UG | UE | | UK | UD | ------------------------| FOUR WIRES | | US | M | |-----------|-----------| | RD | RF | | RE | RH | -------------------------

-------------| TWO WIRES | | US | M | |------|-----| | TG | TT | | TJ | TK |

-----------------------| MULTI WIRES | | US | M | |--------|--------------| | YE | HA (5 Wires)| | YD | YF (6 Wires)|

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| SFA | SJ | | SFB | SJ | | SG | SW | --------------(d) Extensible cord -------------------------| US | M | |------------|-----------| | YS | YX | -------------------------(2) Metric -> Metric - one-way interchangeability table ------------------| WIRE | WIRE | | TYPE | TYPE | | CODE | CODE | |--------|------- | | CF | DR | |--------|------- | | MG | MMG | |--------|--------| | PF | DRB | |--------|--------| | QF | DRC | |--------|--------| | RF | DRD | |--------|--------| | SJ | MLA | |--------|--------| | TK | MLB | |--------|--------| | UD | MLC | |--------|--------| | YT | HP | ------------------(3) Metric -> Metric - two-way interchangeability table (a) ASNE -> EN ------------------| WIRE | WIRE | | TYPE | TYPE | | CODE | CODE | |--------|--------| | DK | DM | |--------|--------| | HA | MJ | |--------|--------| | PG | PN | |--------|--------| | QG | QL | |--------|--------| | TJA | TK | | TJB | TK | | | | -------------| UKA | UD | | UKB | UD | | | | --------------| YN | HB (5 Wires)| | YR | YZ (10 Wires)| | YP | HC (11 Wires)| -------------------------

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| RH | RK | |--------|--------| | ST | GJ | |--------|--------| | TT | MH | |--------|--------| | UE | UU | ------------------(b) ABS -> EN ------------------| WIRE | WIRE | | TYPE | TYPE | | CODE | CODE | |--------|--------| | VJ | VV | |--------|--------| | VR | MJ | ---------|--------(c) ABS/ASNE/EN -> EN ------------------| WIRE | WIRE | | TYPE | TYPE | | CODE | CODE | |--------|--------| | DK/DM | DR | |--------|--------| | PG/PN | DRB | |--------|--------| | QG/QL | DRC | |--------|--------| | RH/RK | DRD | |--------|--------| | ST/GJ | MLA | |--------|--------| | TT/MH | MLB | |--------|--------| | UE/UU | MLC | |--------|--------| | VJ/VV | MLD | |--------|--------| |HA/VR/MJ| MME | ------------------| 4. Wire Type Codes

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NOTE: The tables that follow give the characteristics and the related P/Ns for each wire type. For a wire type code, if there are several related P/Ns, these wires have the same structure and the P/Ns are fully interchangeable. Tables 1-A to 1-Y give the list of the wire type codes in alphabetic sequence and the related standard P/Ns (US and Metric wire type families). It is the wire type code which is written on the wire and not the standard P/N. NOTE: You must use the applicable tools to strip the wires (US or Metric). Refer to ESPM chapter 20-25-11.

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Customer : ACA Type : A330 Rev. Date : October 1, 2010 20-32 - IDENTIFICATION AND MARKING (Airbus)
TABLE 1-A ------------------------------------------------------------------------------| Single-core and Multicores Identification Coding | | Normal Use - Unshielded - T < 200 C (392 F) | ------------------------------------------------------------------------------| WIRE | TYPE | INSULATOR | SPECIFICATION | STANDARD | | TYPE | | | | P/N | | CODE | | | | | ------------------------------------------------------------------------------| AD | Aluminum (UV laser | PI/PTFE | |ABS0949 | | | marking) | | | | | |180 deg.C (356 deg.F)| | | | | ADA | Aluminum (Ink jet | PI/PTFE 1 ADA | |ABS1354 | | | marking) | Single-core | | | | |180 deg.C (356 deg.F)| Use only for | | | | | |multicore cable| | | | | | | | | | ADB | Ink jet marking | PI/PTFE 2 ADA| |ABS1354 | | |180 deg.C (356 deg.F)| | | | | ADC | Ink jet marking | PI/PTFE 3 ADA| |ABS1354 | | |180 deg.C (356 deg.F)| | | | | ADD | Ink jet marking | PI/PTFE 4 ADA| |ABS1354 | | |180 deg.C (356 deg.F)| | | | | ADE | Ink jet marking | PI/PTFE 5 ADA| |ABS1354 | | |180 deg.C (356 deg.F)| | | | | AKA | 600V-200 C (392 F) | KAPTON/PTFE | ex AK |NSA935012 | | AKB | 600V-200 C (392 F) | KAPTON/FEP | SNIAS 451242/78 |NSA935012 | ------------------------------------------------------------------------------TABLE 1-B ------------------------------------------------------------------------------| Single Wire Identification Coding | Panel Wiring - T < 200 C (392 F) | ------------------------------------------------------------------------------| WIRE | TYPE | INSULATOR | SPECIFICATION | STANDARD | | TYPE | | | | P/N | | CODE | | | | | ------------------------------------------------------------------------------| BE | 600V-200 C (392 F) | PTFE | MIL-W-16878 |NSA935041 | | BF | 600V-200 C (392 F) | PTFE | |E0260 | | BJ |180 deg.C (356 deg.F)| XL-ETFE | |ABS0826 | | | (landing gear only) | | | | | BP |180 deg.C (356 deg.F)| XL-ETFE | |ABS0820 | | | (landing gear only) | | | | ------------------------------------------------------------------------------TABLE 1-C ------------------------------------------------------------------------------| Single Wire Identification Coding | Normal Use - Unshielded T = 200 C (392 F) | ------------------------------------------------------------------------------| WIRE | TYPE | INSULATOR | SPECIFICATION | STANDARD | | TYPE | | | | P/N |

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Customer : ACA Type : A330 Rev. Date : October 1, 2010 20-32 - IDENTIFICATION AND MARKING (Airbus)
| CODE | | | | | ------------------------------------------------------------------------------| CF | 600V-200 C (392 F) | KAPTON/FEP | | E0261 | | | (Ink jet or hot | | | | | | stamp marking) | | | | | | CF-C | FEP or PTFE | | E0261 | | | (Co2 laser marking) | | | | | | CF-U | FEP or PTFE | | E0261 | | | UV laser marking) | | | | | | CF-Y | FEP or PTFE | | E0261 | | |YAG/X3 laser marking | | | | ------------------------------------------------------------------------------TABLE 1-D ------------------------------------------------------------------------------| Single-core and Multicores Identification Coding | | Normal Use - Unshielded - T > 200 C (392 F) | ------------------------------------------------------------------------------| WIRE | TYPE | INSULATOR | SPECIFICATION | STANDARD | | TYPE | | | | P/N | | CODE | | | | | ------------------------------------------------------------------------------| DE | 600V | PTFE-KAPTON-PTFE | AIR 4524 |EN2267-008 | | |260 deg.C (500 deg.F)| | |(ex. | | | | | | NSA935130)| | | | 2 DE | |EN2267-007 | | | | | |(ex. | | | | | | NSA935248)| | | | 3 DE | |EN2267-007 | | | | | |(ex. | | | | | | NSA935248)| | DG | 600V | KAPTON-GLASS-PTFE| AIR 4524 |NSA935131 | | |260 deg.C (500 deg.F)| | | or | | | | | |EN2854-003A| | DJ | 600V | PTFE-FIREPROOF | AIR 4524 |NSA935132 | | |260 deg.C (500 deg.F)| SILICA | | | | DK | 600V | PTFE-KAPTON-PTFE | | E0262 | | |260 deg.C (500 deg.F)| | | | | | (Ink jet marking) | PTFE-KAPTON-PTFE | | E0262 | | | DK-C | | | | | | (CO2 laser marking) | | | | | | DK-U | PTFE-KAPTON-PTFE | | E0262 | | | (UV laser marking) | | | | | | DK-Y (YAG X3 laser | PFFE-KAPTON-PTFE | | E0262 | | | marking) | | | | | DL | 600V | PTFE-FIREPROOF- | MIL-W-25038/3 | E0437 | | |260 deg.C (500 deg.F)| SILICA | or prEN2234 | | | DM | 600V | PI/PTFE | |EN2267-008A| | | (UV laser marking) | Single wire | | | | DMA | 600V | Single-core | |EN2267-007A| | |260 deg.C (500 deg.F)| use only for | | | | | (Ink jet marking) | multicore cable | | |

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Customer : ACA Type : A330 Rev. Date : October 1, 2010 20-32 - IDENTIFICATION AND MARKING (Airbus)
| DR |260 deg.C (500 deg.F)| | |EN2267-010A| | | (UV laser marking) | | | | | DRA |260 deg.C (500 deg.F)| Single-core | |EN2267-009A| | | | use only for | | | | | | multicore cable | | | | DRB |260 deg.C (500 deg.F)| 2 DRA | |EN2267-009B| | DRC |260 deg.C (500 deg.F)| 3 DRA | |EN2267-009C| | DRD |260 deg.C (500 deg.F)| 4 DRA | |EN2267-009D| | DW |260 deg.C (500 deg.F)| PTFE | |EN2346-005A| | | UV laser marking | Single wire | | | | DWA |260 deg.C (500 deg.F)| PTFE | |EN2346-005N| | | | Single-core | | | | | | use only for | | | | | | multicore cable | | | | DWB |260 deg.C (500 deg.F)| PTFE 2 DWA | |EN2346-005B| | DWC |260 deg.C (500 deg.F)| PTFE 3 DWA | |EN2346-005C| ------------------------------------------------------------------------------TABLE 1-F ------------------------------------------------------------------------------| Special Cable Identification Coding | |-----------------------------------------------------------------------------| | WIRE | TYPE | INSULATOR | SPECIFICATION | STANDARD | | TYPE | | | | | | CODE | | | | P/N | ------------------------------------------------------------------------------| FA |150 deg.C (302 deg.F)| BONDING BREAD | | E0641 | ------------------------------------------------------------------------------TABLE 1-G ------------------------------------------------------------------------------| Special Cable Identification Coding | |-----------------------------------------------------------------------------| | WIRE | TYPE | INSULATOR | SPECIFICATION | STANDARD | | TYPE | | | | | | CODE | | | | P/N | ------------------------------------------------------------------------------| GJ |260 deg.C (500 deg.F)| PI/PTFE | |EN2714-011A| | | | 1 DMA | | | | GPA |260 deg.C (500 deg.F)| PTFE | |EN4608-004A| | | | Single-core | | | | | | use only for | | | | | |multicore cable| | | | GPB |260 deg.C (500 deg.F)| PTFE 2 GPA | |EN4608-004B| | | | | | or | | | | | |EN4608-005B| | GPC |260 deg.C (500 deg.F)| PTFE 3 GPA | |EN4608-004C| ------------------------------------------------------------------------------TABLE 1-H ------------------------------------------------------------------------------| Special Cable Identification Coding | |-----------------------------------------------------------------------------| | WIRE | TYPE | INSULATOR | SPECIFICATION | STANDARD |

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| TYPE | | | | | | CODE | | | | P/N | ------------------------------------------------------------------------------| HA | 600V MULTI | 5 DK12 | | E0287 | | |260 deg.C (500 deg.F)| KAPTON-PTFE | | | | HB | 600V MULTI | 1 XE + 4 DK | | E0263 | | |200 deg.C (392 deg.F)| KAPTON-PTFE | | | | HC | 600V MULTI | 1 XE + 10 DK | | E0292 | | |200 deg.C (392 deg.F)| KAPTON - PTFE | | | | HD |MULTIWIRE AOP SYSTEM | 4 CF + RG316 | | E0299 | | |200 deg.C (392 deg.F)| ADF SYSTEM | | | | HE |BUS WIRE 200 C(392 F)| PTFE - KAPTON | | E0259 | | HG |MULTIWIRE 600V| 1 UD + 4 XM | | E0300 | | |200 deg.C (392 deg.F)| FEP | | | | HH |EXTENSIBLE CORD | CF-FEP sheath | | E0385 | | |200 deg.C (392 deg.F)| | | | | HL |EXTENSIBLE CORD | CF-FEP sheath | | E0488 | | |200 deg.C (392 deg.F)| | | | | HM |THERMOCOUPLE CHROMEL | PTFE | | E0527 | | |260 deg.C (500 deg.F)| | | | | HN |THERMOCOUPLE ALUMEL | PTFE | | E0528 | | |260 deg.C (500 deg.F)| | | | | HP |CHROMEL ALUMEL | HM + HN | | E0529 | | |260 deg.C (500 deg.F)| PTFE | | | | HQ |THERMOCOUPLE | FEP/POLYIMIDE | |ABS1704 | | |200 deg.C (392 deg.F)| | | | | HX |MULTIWIRE | PTFE | |ABS1527 | | |260 deg.C (500 deg.F)| 1 DR16 | | | | |UV laser marking |+3 DR18 | | | | | |+6 DR20 | | | | | |+8 DR24 | | | | HY |MULTIWIRE | PTFE | |ABS1529 | | |260 deg.C (500 deg.F)| 1 DR18 | | | | |UV laser marking |+5 DR24 | | | | | |+2 MLB24 | | | ------------------------------------------------------------------------------TABLE 1-K ------------------------------------------------------------------------------| Quad Cable Identification Coding | |-----------------------------------------------------------------------------| | WIRE | TYPE | INSULATOR | SPECIFICATION | STANDARD | | TYPE | | | | P/N | | CODE | | | | | ------------------------------------------------------------------------------| KB | Quadrax for digital | FEP | | ABS0972* | | | transmission | | | | | |125 deg.C (257 deg.F)| | | | | KD | Quadrax | FEP | | ABS1503 | | |125 deg.C (257 deg.F)| | | | | KG | Twinax | PTFE - FEP | | EN3375-003| | |200 deg.C (392 deg.F)| | | |

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Customer : ACA Type : A330 Rev. Date : October 1, 2010 20-32 - IDENTIFICATION AND MARKING (Airbus)

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| KH | Quadrax | FEP | | ABS1580 | | |260 deg.C (500 deg.F)| | | | | KM | Coaxial | FEP | | ABS1250 | | |200 deg.C (392 deg.F)| | | | ------------------------------------------------------------------------------* This type of wire must be installed in a harness with a specific direction. To avoid confusion when wiring, the manufacturer has marked the letters "A-B" every 300 mm (11.8110 in.) on the wire sheath. (Ref. Chapter Wiring 20-33-11) TABLE 1-L ------------------------------------------------------------------------------| Optic fiber Cable Identification Coding | |-----------------------------------------------------------------------------| | WIRE | TYPE | INSULATOR | SPECIFICATION | STANDARD | | TYPE | | | | P/N | | CODE | | | | | |--------|---------------------|---------------|-----------------|----------- | | LF |125 deg.C (257 deg.F)| SILICONE | | ABS0963-003| ------------------------------------------------------------------------------TABLE 1-M ------------------------------------------------------------------------------| Single-core and Multicores Coding Identification - insulated and shielded | |-----------------------------------------------------------------------------| | WIRE | TYPE | INSULATOR | SPECIFICATION | STANDARD | | TYPE | | | | P/N | | CODE | | | | | |----------|---------------------|---------------|----------------------------| | MG |200 deg.C (392 deg.F)| 7 CF | | ABS0682 | | | | PI/PTFE | | | | MH |260 deg.C (500 deg.F)| PI/PTFE | |EN2714-011B| | | | 2 DMA | | | | MJ |260 deg.C (500 deg.F)| PI/PTFE | |EN2714-012E| | | | 5 DMA | | | | MLA |260 deg.C (500 deg.F)| 1 DRA | |EN2714-013A| | MLB |260 deg.C (500 deg.F)| 2 DRA(TWISTED)| |EN2714-013B| | MLC |260 deg.C (500 deg.F)| 3 DRA(TWISTED)| |EN2714-013C| | MLD |260 deg.C (500 deg.F)| 4 DRA(TWISTED)| |EN2714-013D| | MME |260 deg.C (500 deg.F)| 5 DRA | |EN2714-014E| | | (UV laser marking) | | | | | MMF |260 deg.C (500 deg.F)| 6 DRA | |EN2714-014F| | MMG |260 deg.C (500 deg.F)| 7 DRA | |EN2714-014G| | MMH |260 deg.C (500 deg.F)| 8 DRA | |EN2714-014H| | MMK |260 deg.C (500 deg.F)| 9 DRA | |EN2714-014K| ------------------------------------------------------------------------------TABLE 1-P ------------------------------------------------------------------------------| Two Twisted Unshielded Wires Identification Coding | |-----------------------------------------------------------------------------| | WIRE | TYPE | INSULATOR | SPECIFICATION | STANDARD | | TYPE | | | | P/N | | CODE | | | | | |----------|---------------------|---------------|----------------|-----------| | PD | 600V | PI | |NSA935246 | | |200 deg.C (392 deg.F)| (2 AKA or AKB)| | |

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Customer : ACA Type : A330 Rev. Date : October 1, 2010 20-32 - IDENTIFICATION AND MARKING (Airbus)
| PE | 600V-260 C (500 F) | PI/PTFE (2 DE)| |NSA935247 | | PF | 600V-200 C (392 F) | PI (2 CF) | | E0264 | | PG | 600V-260 C (500 F) | PI/PTFE (2 DK)| | E0265 | | PH | 600V-180 C (356 F) | XL-ETFE (2 BP)| | ABS0821 | | | (Landing gear only) | | | | | PL | 600V | MINERAL FIBER | | ABS0053 | | |260 deg.C (500 deg.F)| /PTFE (2 DL) | | | | PN | 600V-260 C (500 F) | 2 DMA | |EN2267-007B| ------------------------------------------------------------------------------TABLE 1-Q ------------------------------------------------------------------------------| Cable Identification Coding | | Three Twisted Unshielded - T = or > 200 C (392 F) | | Red/Light Blue/Yellow Color | |-----------------------------------------------------------------------------| | WIRE | TYPE | INSULATOR | SPECIFICATION | STANDARD | | TYPE | | | | P/N | | CODE | | | | | |------|---------------------|-------------------|----------------|-----------| | QD | 600V-200 C (392 F) | PI (3 AKA or AKB) | BMS13-51-1-3-GA| NSA935388 | | | | | or | | | | | |Color Mark Three| | | | | | BMS13-51-1-1-GA| | | QE | 600V-260 C (500 F) | PI/PTFE (3 DE) | | NSA935387 | | QF | 600V-200 C (392 F) | PI (3 CF) | | E0266 | | QG | 600V-260 C (500 F) | PI/PTFE (3 DK) | | E0267 | | QH | 600V-180 C (356 F) | 3 BP / XL-ETFE | | ABS0822 | | | (Landing gear only) | | | | | QL | 600V-260 C (500 F) | 3 DMA / PI-PTFE | |EN2267-007C| | QP | 600V-180 C (356 F) | PI/PA BRAID (3 YV)| | E0471 | ------------------------------------------------------------------------------TABLE 1-R ------------------------------------------------------------------------------| Cable Identification Coding | | Four Twisted Unshielded Wires 200 C (392 F) < T < 260 C (500 F) | | Red/Light Blue/Yellow/Green Color | |-----------------------------------------------------------------------------| | WIRE | TYPE | INSULATOR | SPECIFICATION | STANDARD | | TYPE | | | | P/N | | CODE | | | | | |------|---------------------|-------------------|----------------|-----------| | RD | 600V-200 C (392 F) | PI (4 AKA or AKB) | |NSA935393 | | RE | 600V-260 C (500 F) | PI/PTFE (4 DE) | |NSA935381 | | RF | 600V-200 C (392 F) | PI (4 CF) | | E0268 | | RH | 600V-260 C (500 F) | PI/PTFE (4 DK) | | E0269 | | RK | 600V-260 C (500 F) | PTFE/PI (4 DMA) | |EN2267-007D| ------------------------------------------------------------------------------TABLE 1-S ------------------------------------------------------------------------------| Cable Identification Coding | | Normal Use - Insulated and Shielded |

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|-----------------------------------------------------------------------------| | WIRE | TYPE | INSULATOR | SPECIFICATION | STANDARD | | TYPE | | | | P/N | | CODE | | | | | |-------|---------------------|-------------------|---------------|-----------| | SE | 600V-260 C (500 F) | KAPTON/PTFE | AIR 4524 |NSA935171 | | SF | 600V-200 C (392 F) | KAPTON-FEP SHEATH | AIR 4524 |NSA935172 | |SFA/SFB| 600V-200 C (392 F) | KAPTON-FEP SHEATH | |NSA935172 | | SG | 600V-200 C (392 F) | PTFE/KAPTON/ | |NSA935173 | | | | FEP 130pF/m | | | | SJ | 600V-200 C (392 F) | 1 CF | | E0270 | | | Ink jet marking | | | | | | SJ-C | PI | | E0270 | | | CO2 laser marking | | | | | | SJ-U | PI | | E0270 | | | UV laser marking | | | | | | SJ-Y | PI | | E0270 | | | YAG-X3 laser marking| | | | | ST | 600V-260 C (500 F) | 1 DK | | E0271 | | | Ink jet marking | KAPTON/PTFE | | | | | ST-C | | | E0271 | | | CO2 laser marking | | | | | | ST-U | | | E0271 | | | UV laser marking | | | | | | ST-Y | | | E0271 | | | YAG-X3 laser marking| | | | | SW | 600V-200 C (392 F) | KAPTON-PTFE | | E0291 | | | | FEP 130pF/m | | | | SX | 600V-180 C (356 F) | XL-ETFE | | ABS0823 | | | (Landing gear only) | | | | ------------------------------------------------------------------------------TABLE 1-T ------------------------------------------------------------------------------| Cable Identification Coding | | Pair Twisted, Shielded and Insulated | |-----------------------------------------------------------------------------| | WIRE | TYPE | INSULATOR | SPECIFICATION | STANDARD | | TYPE | | | | P/N | | CODE | | | | | |-------|---------------------|-------------------|---------------|-----------| | TC | 600V-180 C (356 F) | XL-ETFE | | ABS0824 | | | (landing gear only) | | | | | TG | 600V-260 C (500 F) | KAPTON-PTFE | AIR 4524 |NSA935211/ | | | | KAPTON SHEATH | |213 | | TJ | 600V-150 C (302 F) | KAPTON-FEP SHEATH | AIR 4524 |NSA935212 | |TJA/TJB| 600V-200 C (392 F) | 2 AKA/AKB | |NSA935214 | | | | KAPTON-FEP SHEATH | | | | TK | 600V-200 C (392 F) | 2 CF | | E0272 | | | Ink jet marking | KAPTON-FEP | | | | | TK-B | | | E0272 | | | UV laser marking | | | |

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| | TK-C | | | E0272 | | | CO2 laser marking | | | | | | TK-U | | | E0272 | | | UV laser marking | | | | | | TK-Y | | | E0272 | | | YAG-X3 laser marking| | | | | TT | 600V-260 C (500 F) | 2 DK | | E0273 | | | Ink jet marking | PI-PTFE | | | | | TT-C | | | E0273 | | | CO2 laser marking | | | | | | TT-U | | | E0273 | | | UV laser marking | | | | | | TT-Y | | | E0273 | | | YAG-X3 laser marking| | | | ------------------------------------------------------------------------------TABLE 1-U ------------------------------------------------------------------------------| Cable Identification Coding | | Three Twisted, Shielded and Insulated | |-----------------------------------------------------------------------------| | WIRE | TYPE | INSULATOR | SPECIFICATION | STANDARD | | TYPE | | | | P/N | | CODE | | | | | |-------|---------------------|-------------------|---------------|-----------| | UC |180 deg.C (356 deg.F)| XL-ETFE | | ABS0825 | | | (Landing gear only) | | | | | UD | 600V-200 C (392 F) | 3 CF | | E0274 | | | Ink jet marking | KAPTON-FEP | | | | | UD-B | | | E0274 | | | UV laser marking | | | | | | UD-C | | | E0274 | | | CO2 laser marking | | | | | | UD-U | | | E0274 | | | UV laser marking | | | | | | UD-Y | | | E0274 | | | YAG-X3 laser marking| | | | | UE | 600V-260 C (500 F) | 3 DK | | E0275 | | | Ink jet marking | KAPTON-PTFE | | | | | UE-C | | | E0275 | | | CO2 laser marking | | | | | | UE-U | | | E0275 | | | UV laser marking | | | | | | UE-Y | PI/FEP | | E0275 | | | YAG-X3 laser marking| | | | | UG | 600V-260 C (500 F) | KAPTON-PTFE | AIR 4524 |NSA935251/ | | | | KAPTON SHEATH | |254 | | UK | 600V-150 C (302 F) | KAPTON-FEP SHEATH | AIR 4524 |NSA935252 | | | | | |/253 | |UKA/UKB| 600V-200 C (392 F) | 3 AKA/AKB | |NSA935252 | | | | KAPTON-FEP SHEATH | |/253 | | UU | 600V-260 C (500 F) | PTFE/PI | |EN2714-011C|

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Customer : ACA Type : A330 Rev. Date : October 1, 2010 20-32 - IDENTIFICATION AND MARKING (Airbus)
------------------------------------------------------------------------------TABLE 1-V ------------------------------------------------------------------------------| Cable Identification Coding | | Four and Five Twisted, Shielded and Insulated | |-----------------------------------------------------------------------------| | WIRE | TYPE | INSULATOR | SPECIFICATION | STANDARD | | TYPE | | | | P/N | | CODE | | | | | |-------|---------------------|-------------------|---------------|-----------| | VH | 600V-260 C (500 F) | PI/PTFE | | ABS0311 | | VJ | 600V-260 C (500 F) | PI/PTFE | | ABS0323 | | VM | 600V-260 C (500 F) | PI/PTFE | |EN2714-003D| | VNA |180 deg.C (356 deg.F)| 1 AD | | ABS1356 | | | UV laser marking | Single-core | | | | VNB |180 deg.C (356 deg.F)| 2 VNA | | ABS1356 | | | UV laser marking | | | | | VNC |180 deg.C (356 deg.F)| 3 VNA | | ABS1356 | | | UV laser marking | | | | | VND |180 deg.C (356 deg.F)| 4 VNA | | ABS1356 | | | UV laser marking | | | | | VR | 600V-260 C (500 F) | KAPTON/PTFE 5 DK | 462205/84 | ABS0124 | | VV | 600V-260 C (500 F) | PI/PTFE 4 DMA | |EN2714-011D| ------------------------------------------------------------------------------TABLE 1-W ------------------------------------------------------------------------------| Coaxial Cable Identification Coding | |-----------------------------------------------------------------------------| | WIRE | TYPE | INSULATOR | SPECIFICATION | STANDARD | | TYPE | | | | P/N | | CODE | | | | | |------|---------------------|-------------------|----------------|-----------| | WA | COAXIAL | POLYIMIDE-PTFE | |NSA935358 | | |200 deg.C (392 deg.F)| | | | | WB | COAXIAL | POLYIMIDE-PTFE | |NSA935359 | | |200 deg.C (392 deg.F)| | | | | WC | TRIAXIAL | PTFE | | E0349 | | |200 deg.C (392 deg.F)| | | | | WD | DOUBLE SHIELD | FEP | | E0406 | | |200 deg.C (392 deg.F)| | | | | WF | TWINAX | KAPTON-FEP | | ABS0386 | | |200 deg.C (392 deg.F)| | | | | WJ | TWINAX | PTFE-FEP | |EN3375-004 | | |200 deg.C (392 deg.F)| | | | | WQ | COAXIAL | PTFE-FEP | MIL-C-17D | ABS0710 | | |200 deg.C (392 deg.F)| | | | | WR | DOUBLE SHIELD COAX | PTFE-FEP | | E0738 | | |200 deg.C (392 deg.F)| | | | | WX | COAXIAL-200 C(392 F)| 2 CF | | E0807 | | |200 deg.C (392 deg.F)| | | | | WZ | COAXIAL-200 C(392 F)| FEP | |EN4604-003 |

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Customer : ACA Type : A330 Rev. Date : October 1, 2010 20-32 - IDENTIFICATION AND MARKING (Airbus)
| |200 deg.C (392 deg.F)| | | | ------------------------------------------------------------------------------TABLE 1-X ------------------------------------------------------------------------------| Coaxial Cable Identification Coding | |-----------------------------------------------------------------------------| | WIRE | TYPE | INSULATOR | SPECIFICATION | STANDARD | | TYPE | | | | P/N | | CODE | | | | | |------|---------------------|-------------------|----------------|-----------| | XA | RG 58C/U-85 C(185 F)| POLYETHYLENE-PVC | MIL-C-17D |NSA935340 | | XD | RG 214/U-85 C(185 F)| POLYETHYLENE-PVC | MIL-C-17D |NSA935343 | | XE | RG 188A/U | PTFE | MIL-C-17D |NSA935344 | | XF | RG400/U-200 C(392 F)|PTFE-DOUBLE SHIELD | MIL-C-17D | E0293 | | XG | RG 141A/U | PTFE | MIL-C-17D |NSA935346 | | XJ | RG 59B/U-85 C(185 F)| POLYETHYLENE-PVC | MIL-C-17D |NSA935347 | | XK | RG302/U-200 C(392 F)| PTFE-FEP | MIL-C-17D |NSA935348 | | XL | SPECIAL-85 C(185 F) | POLYETHYLENE-PVC | MIL-C-17D |NSA935349 | | XM | 600V - 200 C(392 F) | KAPTON-PTFE | | E0290 | | XR | RG165/U-250 C(482 F)| PTFE-GLASS FIBER | MIL-C-17D |NSA935354 | | XS | RG225/U-200 C(392 F)| PTFE-GLASS FIBER | MIL-C-17D |NSA935355 | | XT | RG 187A/U | FEP | MIL-C-17D |NSA935356 | | |250 deg.C (482 deg.F)| | | | | | or RG 178B/U | | | | | |200 deg.C (392 deg.F)| FEP | | | | XU | 600V - 200 C(392 F) | PTFE-KAPTON | |NSA935357 | | | TWINAX | | | | ------------------------------------------------------------------------------TABLE 1-Y ------------------------------------------------------------------------------| Special Cable Identification Coding | |-----------------------------------------------------------------------------| | WIRE | TYPE | INSULATOR | SPECIFICATION | STANDARD | | TYPE | | | | P/N | | CODE | | | | | |------|---------------------|-------------------|-----------------|----------| | YA | 600V-150 C (302 F) | KAPTON-FEP | AIR 4524 |NSA935290 | | | ALU | GLASS-NOMEX | | | | YB | CHROMEL.22 | PTFE-YELLOW | AIR 4524 |NSA935291 | | |260 deg.C (500 deg.F)| | | | | YC | ALUMEL.22 | PTFE-PINK | AIR 4524 |NSA935292 | | |260 deg.C (500 deg.F)| | | | | YD | 600V-MULTI | 6 DE-KAPTON-PTFE | AIR 4524 |NSA935293 | | |260 deg.C (500 deg.F)| | | | | YE | 600V-MULTI | 5 DE-KAPTON-PTFE | AIR 4524 |NSA935294 | | |260 deg.C (500 deg.F)| | | | | YF | 600V-MULTI | 6 DK-KAPTON-PTFE | | E0286 | | |260 deg.C (500 deg.F)| | | | | YG | CHROMEL-ALUMEL | PTFE-ASBESTOS | MIL-W-5846 |NSA935296 | | |315 deg.C (599 deg.F)| | | | | YJ | EXTENSIBLE CORD | | AIR 4524 |NSA935297 |

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| |150 deg.C (302 deg.F)| | | | | YK | 600V-VIBRO | KAPTON-PTFE | AIR 4524 |NSA935298/| | |260 deg.C (500 deg.F)| | |306 | | YL | CHROMEL.20 |ASBESTOS-WHITE PTFE| MIL-W-5846 |NSA935299 | | |315 deg.C (599 deg.F)| | | | | YM | ALUMEL.20 |ASBESTOS-GREEN PTFE| MIL-W-5846 |NSA935300 | | |315 deg.C (599 deg.F)| | | | | YN | 600V-MULTI | 1 XE + 4 DE | AIR 4524 |NSA935301 | | |200 deg.C (392 deg.F)| KAPTON-PTFE | | | | YP | 600V-MULTI | 1 XE + 10 DE | AIR 4524 |NSA935302 | | |200 deg.C (392 deg.F)| KAPTON-PTFE | | | | YQ | EXTENSIBLE CORD | AK PVC SHEATH | |NSA935303 | | |105 deg.C (221 deg.F)| (FOUR WIRES) | | | | YR | 600V | 6 UKA + 4 TJA | |NSA935304 | | |200 deg.C (392 deg.F)| FEP-KAPTON-BRAID | | | | YS | EXTENSIBLE CORD | AKB-PVC SHEATH | |NSA935305 | | |260 deg.C (500 deg.F)| (FIVE WIRES) | | | | YT | CHROMEL-ALUMEL | 1 YB + 1 YC | AIR 4524 |NSA935307 | | |260 deg.C (500 deg.F)| | | | | YU | 600V - ALU | KAPTON (TAPE) | AIR 4524 |NSA935308 | | |150 deg.C (302 deg.F)| NOMEX GLASS | | | | YV | 600V - NICKEL-ALU | KAPTON-GLASS NOMEX| | E0438 | | |200 deg.C (392 deg.F)| | | | | YW | 600V - MULTI | 4 XU + 1 UKA - FEP| |NSA935309 | | |200 deg.C (392 deg.F)| | | | | YX | EXTENSIBLE CORD | PVC SHEATH | | E0288 | | |105 deg.C (221 deg.F)| | | | | YY | See NOTE | | | | | YZ | 600V | 4 TK + 6 UD | | E0289 | | |200 deg.C (392 deg.F)| FEP-BRAID-KAPTON | | | ------------------------------------------------------------------------------NOTE: YY is the AWM/AWL code of a wire that is a vendor sub-assembly of an equipment and whose type could be given by the CMM of the equipment. 5. Gauges The table that follows gives the list of wire gauges and the related sections. ---------------------------------------------------------------------| | EN | | | AWG | WIRE | REAL SECTION | | GAUGE | GAUGE |--------------------------------------------| | | CODE | IN mm2 | IN IN2 | |-----------|-----------|----------------------|---------------------| | 26 | 001 | 0.15 | 0.2 x 10-3 | | 24 | 002 | 0.25 | 0.3 x 10-3 | | 22 | 004 | 0.40 | 0.5 x 10-3 | | 20 | 006 | 0.60 | 0.9 x 10-3 | | 18 | 010 | 1.00 | 1.5 x 10-3 | | 16 | 012 | 1.20 | 2 x 10-3 | | 14 | 020 | 2.00 | 3 x 10-3 | | 12 | 030 | 3.00 | 4 x 10-3 | | 10 | 050 | 5.00 | 7 x 10-3 |

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| 10 | 051* | 5.00 | 7 x 10-3 | | 8 | 090 | 9.00 | 10 x 10-3 | | 6 | 140 | 14.00 | 20 x 10-3 | | 4 | 220 | 22.00 | 30 x 10-3 | | 3 | 280 | 28.00 | 38 x 10-3 | | 2 | 340 | 34.00 | 50 x 10-3 | | 1 | 420 | 42.00 | 60 x 10-3 | | 0 | 530 | 53.00 | 80 x 10-3 | | 00 | 680 | 68.00 | 0.1 | | 000 | 850 | 85.00 | 0.13 | | 0000 | 107 | 107.00 | 0.167 | ---------------------------------------------------------------------* Flexible construction which may be used an alternative. NOTE: On the electrical drawings only, the large gauges have a special codification. --------------------------------| DRAWING GAUGE | AWG GAUGE | |-----------------|-------------| | 100 | 0 | | 200 | 00 | | 300 | 000 | | 400 | 0000 | --------------------------------6. Manufacturer Identification A. Identification by Printing of External Sheaths This identification has a series of figures printed horizontally. If the wire external diameter is less then 1.27 mm (0.0500 in.) , vertical printing is permitted. (1) United States (US) wire types : Printing (as per SPEC 451242/78) with a pitch of 300 mm (11.8110 in.) plus or minus 50 mm (1.9685 in.) pitch along the whole length of the wire. It must be of the type : AA-BB-C-22 Example : AKA - FF - L - 20 The code consists of 4 groups of letters or figures. The groups are separated by a dash or a space. Group 1 : Two or three letters identify the wire type code (Ref. tables 1-A to 1-Y). e.g. AKA Group 2 : Two letters identify the manufacturer and the country (Ref. table 2). e.g. FF (FILOTEX/FRANCE). Group 3 : One or two letters indicate the year of manufacture (Ref. table 3). e.g. L (1973) Group 4 : Wire gauge. e.g. 20 Example : AKA - FF - L - 20 | | | |------- Wire Gauge Wire Type Code | | | Wire per NSA935012 -----| | |------------ Year of Manufacture (1973) |---------------- Country and Manufacturer Code ( FRANCE - FILOTEX ) (2) Metric (M) wire types : (a) ASN/NSA Standard P/Ns

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Printing must be green as per Federal Standard No. 595a : - light green (Ref. 34230 or 14272 or 14187) for elements E0261 and E0262. - dark green (Ref. 14109) for elements E0260, E0263 to E0275, E0286 to E0292, E0299 and E0300. The dark green color can vary depending on the insulation color. The red, black and dark green elements must be marked white. Marking by laser, the cable will be marked black and the marking will also be black for purple color optical cables. Printing must be made at 300 mm (11.8110 in.) pitch over the whole length of the cable. It must be of the type : CF 20 X-FA-A. The five letter or figure groups are separated by a dash or a space sufficient to prevent any confusion. - UP TO 1986 : Group 1 : Two letters identify the wire type (Ref. tables 1-A to 1-Y). e.g. CF Group 2 : Wire gauge. e.g. 20 Group 3 : One letter indicates the year of manufacture (Ref. table 3). e.g. X (1983) Group 4 : Two letters indicate the country and the manufacturer (Ref. table 2). e.g. FA (FRANCE/FILECA) Group 5 : no code : FEP coating, code A : PTFE coating (Ref. table 4). Example (up to 1986) : CF 20 X-FA-A | | | | | Wire type code | | | | |-------- Code A : PTFE coating Wire per E0261 -------| | | |---------- Country and Manufacturer Code | | (FRANCE-FILECA) | |------------- Manufacture Year Code (1983) Wire Gauge ----------| - FROM 1987 TO 1990 : Group 1 : Two letters identify the wire type (Ref. tables 1-A to 1-Y). e.g. CF Group 2 : Wire gauge. e.g. 20 Group 3 : Two letters indicate the year of manufacture (Ref. table 3). e.g. AB (1987) Group 4 : Two letters identify the country of manufacture (Ref. table 2). e.g. FR (FRANCE) Group 5 : One letter identifies the manufacturer (Ref. table 2). e.g. A (FILECA) Group 6 : No code : FEP coating, code A : PTFE coating (Ref. table 4). Example (from 1987 to 1990) : CF 20 AB-FR-A-A | | | | | | Wire Type Code | | | | | |------- PTFE coating Wire per E0261 -------| | | | |--------- Manufacturer Code (FILECA) | | |------------ Country of manufacture (FRANCE) Wire Gauge ----------| | |-------------- Manufacture Year Code (1987) - FROM 1991 Group 1 : Two letters identify the wire type (Ref. tables 1-A to 1-Y). e.g. CF Group 2 : Wire gauge. e.g. 24

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Group 3 : One letter indicates the coating code for laser marking (Ref. table 4). e.g. C (FEP) Group 4 : Two letters identify the country of manufacture (Ref. table 2). e.g. FR (FRANCE) Group 5 : One letter identifies the manufacturer (Ref. table 2). e.g. A (FILECA) Group 6 : Two numbers indicate the year of manufacture (Ref. table 3). e.g. 91 (1991) Example (FROM 1991) : CF 24 C FR A 91 Wire Type Code | | | | | | Wire per E0261 -----| | | | | |----------- Year of manufacture Wire Gauge --------| | | |-------------- Manufacturer Code | |----------------- Country of manufacture Coating code --------------| (Ref. table 4) (b) EN Standard P/Ns - UP TO 1998: Example: EN2266-005 ----| | | | | |

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Manufacture Year Code (Ref. table 3) Manufacturer Code (Ref. table 2) Country of Manufacture (Ref. table 2) Core insulator color code (Ref. table 7 and 8) | | | ---------------------- Wire gauge code | | ---------------------------- Code letter for number of cores | (Ref. table 9) |-------------------------------------- Standard P/N FROM TO 1998: Example: EN CF U 24 FR A 98 -----| | | | | | |----- Manufacture Year Code (Ref. table 3) | | | | | |--------- Manufacturer Code (Ref. table 2) | | | | |-------------- Country of Manufacture (Ref. table 2) | | | |------------------ AWG Wire gauge | | |----------------------- Specific Code (Ref. tables 1-A to 1-Y) | |---------------------------- Wire type code (Ref. tables 1-A to 1-Y) | |--------------------------------- Reference to EN Standard wire

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P FR A 98 --| | | |----| | | | | |--------| |-------------| |------------------

(c) Fiberglass cable Example: LF XXX 00 -- --| | |---- Manufacture Year Code | |--------- Manufacturer and country of manufacture codes

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Customer : ACA Type : A330 Rev. Date : October 1, 2010 20-32 - IDENTIFICATION AND MARKING (Airbus)
|-------------- Wire type code (wire per ABS0963-003) (3) TABLE 2 - Manufacturer and Country Identification Code --------------------------------------------------------------------------| | OLD CODE (up to 1986) | NEW CODE (from 1987) | | |------------------------|-------------------------| | MANUFACTURER | COUNTRY | MANUFACTURER | COUNTRY | MANUFACTURER | | | CODE * | CODE | CODE * | CODE | |----------------------|---------|--------------|----------|--------------| | AXON | | | FR | X | | BRAND-REX (ex BICC) | G | B | GB | B | | CHAMPLAIN | | | US | C | | DEUTSCH(Connectors) | | | FR | L | | DRACA (ex FILECA) | F | A | FR | A | | NEXANS (ex FILOTEX) | F | F | FR | F | | GORE | | | DE | G | | KABELMETAL | D | K | DE | K | | TYCO (ex RAYCHEM) | | | GB | S | | REINSHAGEN | D | R | DE | R | | TENSOLITE | | | US | T | --------------------------------------------------------------------------* F or FR = France , D or DE = Deutschland , G or GB = Great Britain, US = United States (4) TABLE 3 - Printed Identification Coding of Year of Manufacture ( as per ISO DOC 2574 (TC20/SC1 DOC N774 ) ------------------------ --------------------------| Year | Code | | Year | Code | |--------|-------------| |--------------|----------| | 1971 | J | | 1986 | AA | | 1972 | K | | 1987 | AB | | 1973 | L | | 1988 | AC | | 1974 | M | | 1989 | AD | | 1975 | N | | 1990 | AE | | 1976 | P | | 1991 | 91 | | 1977 | R | | 1992 | 92 | | 1978 | S | | 1993 | 93 | | 1979 | T | | 1994 | 94 | | 1980 | U | | 1995 | 95 | | 1981 | V | | 1996 | 96 | | 1982 | W | | 1997 | 97 | | 1983 | X | | 1998 | 98 | | 1984 | Y | | 1999 | 99 | | 1985 | Z | | 2000 | 00 | ------------------------ ---------------------------

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------------------------| Year | Code | |------------|----------| | 2001 | 01 | | 2002 | 02 | | 2003 | 03 | | 2004 | 04 | | 2005 | 05 | | 2006 | 06 | | 2007 | 07 | | 2008 | 08 | | 2009 | 09 | | 2010 | 10 | | 2011 | 11 | | 2012 | 12 | | 2013 | 13 | | 2014 | 14 | | 2015 | 15 | -------------------------

(5) TABLE 4 - Coating Codes The coating code corresponds to the wire insulation capacity to protect its environment from the electromagnetic or calorific radiance of the wire. The coating type defines the marking type to be used. The coating code is a letter marked after the wire type and before the wire gauge. -------------------------------------------| |--------------------------------| | 200 C CABLES | | 260 C CABLES | | Coating | (CF and derivatives) | | (DK and derivatives) | | Code |--------------------------------| |--------------------------------|

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Customer : ACA Type : A330 Rev. Date : October 1, 2010 20-32 - IDENTIFICATION AND MARKING (Airbus)
| | Marking type | Coating | |------------------------------------------| | No code | Hot-stamp marking | FEP | | | | | |---------|----------------------|---------| | A * | | PTFE | |---------|----------------------|---------| | C | C02 laser marking | FEP | |---------|----------------------|---------| | U | UV laser marking | FEP | |---------|----------------------|---------| | Y | YAG x 3 laser | PTFE | | | marking | | -------------------------------------------* Screened and sheathed multi-core | Marking type | Coating | |--------------------------------| | Hot-stamp marking | No | | | coating | |----------------------|---------| | | | |----------------------|---------| | C02 laser marking | PTFE | |----------------------|---------| | UV laser marking | PTFE | |----------------------|---------| | YAG x 3 laser marking| PTFE | | | | ----------------------------------

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(6) Quadrax wire identification To avoid confusion when wiring, the manufacturer has marked the letters "A-B" every 30 cm (11.81 in.). The "A" side corresponds to the end where the conductor is on the right. At the "A" end the conductor colours are, in a clockwise direction: - Red, green, blue and yellow B. Identification by Colored Thread This identification consists of the manufacturer's identification twisted threads and two threads for the year of manufacture (Ref. tables 5 and 6). - For single wire, threads are inserted during the manufacturing phase between the core and the insulating sheath or between the external sheath and the insulation sheath. - For multi wire, twisted or not, threads are inserted between the external sheath and the conductors. The thread and printing must resist the maximum operating temperature of the wires. TABLE 5 - Colored Thread Identification Coding of Manufacturer -----------------------------------------------------------------| VENDOR | NUMBER OF THREADS | THREAD COLOR | |----------------------------------------------------------------| | NEXANS (ex FILOTEX) | 2 | Black-Grey | | DRACA (ex FILECA ) | 3 | Black-Yellow-Black | | KABELMETAL | 2 | Red-Green | | REINSHAGEN | 1 | Pink | | BRAND REX (ex BICC) | 3 | Brown-Green-Red | | AXON | 2 | Blue-White | | TENSOLITE | 2 | White-Red | -----------------------------------------------------------------TABLE 6 - Colored Thread Identification Coding of Year of Manufacture ---------------------------------------- -------------------------------------| Year | 1st Thread | 2nd Thread | | Year | 1st Thread | 2nd Thread | | -------|--------------|--------------| |--------|--------------|------------| | 1971 | BROWN | RED | | 1994 | GREEN | ORANGE | | 1972 | GREEN | BLACK | | 1995 | GREEN | GREY | | 1973 | GREEN | WHITE | | 1996 | GREEN | YELLOW | | 1974 | GREEN | RED | | 1997 | GREEN | BROWN | | 1975 | BLACK | WHITE | | 1998 | GREEN | BLUE | | 1976 | BLACK | RED | | 1999 | BLUE | VIOLET | | 1977 | WHITE | RED | | 2000 | BLUE | ORANGE | | 1978 | BLUE | BLACK | | 2001 | BLUE | GREY | | 1979 | BLUE | WHITE | | 2002 | BLUE | YELLOW |

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| 1980 | BLUE | RED | | 1981 | YELLOW | BLACK | | 1982 | YELLOW | WHITE | | 1983 | YELLOW | RED | | 1984 | GREY | BLACK | | 1985 | GREY | WHITE | | 1986 | GREY | RED | | 1987 | VIOLET | BLACK | | 1988 | VIOLET | WHITE | | 1989 | VIOLET | RED | | 1990 | ORANGE | BLACK | | 1991 | ORANGE | WHITE | | 1992 | ORANGE | RED | | 1993 | GREEN | VIOLET | ---------------------------------------| 2003 | BLUE | BROWN | | 2004 | BROWN | VIOLET | | 2005 | BROWN | ORANGE | | 2006 | BROWN | GREY | | 2007 | BROWN | YELLOW | | 2008 | YELLOW | VIOLET | | 2009 | YELLOW | ORANGE | | 2010 | YELLOW | GREY | | 2011 | GREY | VIOLET | | 2012 | GREY | ORANGE | | 2013 | ORANGE | VIOLET | | 2014 | BROWN | BLACK | | 2015 | BROWN | WHITE | | | | | --------------------------------------

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C. Identification by Printed Tapes This identification includes a series of digits and letters printed on a tape. Printing will be done along the whole length of tape : - at minimum pitch of 300 mm (11.8110 in.) plus or minus 50 mm (1.9685 in.) when printing is visible through the external sheath. - at maximum pitch of 75 mm (2.9527 in.) plus or minus 25 mm (0.9842 in.) in the other cases. Printing must be dark-colored. For single cable, tapes are inserted during the manufacturing phase between the core and the insulation sheath or between the external sheath and the insulating sheath. For multicore cable, twisted or not, tapes are inserted between the external sheath and the conductors. The tape and printing must resist the maximum operating temperature of wires. D. Application of Identification (1) United States (US) wire types : (a) Single-core cables : Printing on external sheath for gauge 6 to 26. Colored thread for gauge 0000 and 4. (b) Twisted multi-core cables : - Printing of composition element reference (e.g. : AKA-FF-G-20). - Printing of assembly reference on blue-colored wire (e.g. : QD-FF-G-20). (c) Shielded single-core cables : - Printing of composition element reference on the element. - Printing of the assembly reference on the external sheath. (d) Shielded multi-core cables : - Colored threads under the sheath. - Printing of composition element reference on the blue-colored wire (e.g. : AKA-FA-G-20). - Printed tape positioned under the external sheath. - Printing of assembly reference on the external sheath. - Printing of the assembly reference on the blue-colored wire (e.g. : TJB-EF-R-24). - Printing of the element reference on each element (e.g. : AKB-FF-R-20). (2) Metric (M) cable types : (a) Single-core cables : Printing on the external sheath. (b) Twisted multi-core cables :

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Printing of composition element reference and its color on each element (e.g. : CF20X-FA-A). Element color as per para. 6. (c) Shielded single-core cables : - Printing of element reference on the element. Mandatory printing of the assembly reference on external sheath. - For laser printed cable, marking only on the external sheath. Marking on the element is optional. (d) Shielded multi-core cables : - Printing of element reference on each element. Optional printing of the assembly reference on the external sheath except indications on specific sheets. Each marking is linked by a dashed line. - For laser printed cable, marking only of the external sheath. Marking on the element is optional. Element color as per para. 6. (3) Coaxial Cables Printing on external sleeve must be white, green or black. - SOLUTION 1 : Example 1 (up to 1986) : WD AA F A | | | | | | | ----- Manufacturer code (Ref. table Wire Type code | | | | ----------- Country code (Ref. table 2) ------------------ Manufacturing year code (Ref. Example 2 (From 1987 to 1990) : WD AB FR A | | | | | | | ----- Manufacturer code (Ref. table Wire Type code | | | | ----------- Country code (Ref. table 2) ------------------ Manufacturing year code (Ref. Example 3 (From 1991) : WD FR A 91 | | | | | | | ----- Manufacturing year code (Ref. Wire type code | | | | ----------- Manufacturer code (Ref. table ------------------ Country code (Ref. table 2) - SOLUTION 2 : MIL Marking code : e.g. : RG400/U, manufacturing year code, country or manufacturer. 7. TABLE 7 - Single-Core Cable - Insulation Color Code A. As per MIL.STD.681B NOTE: MIL.STD.681B standard includes E026X single-core cables. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------| COLOR | INSULATION COLOR | | CODE | | |-----------|-----------------------------------------------------------------|

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| 0 | Black | |-----------|-----------------------------------------------------------------| | 1 | Brown | |-----------|-----------------------------------------------------------------| | 2 | Red (as per FEDERAL STANDARD 595a Ref. 31302) | |-----------|-----------------------------------------------------------------| | 3 | Orange (as per FEDERAL STANDARD 595a Ref. 22510) | |-----------|-----------------------------------------------------------------| | 4 | Yellow (as per FEDERAL STANDARD 595a Ref. 23655) | |-----------|-----------------------------------------------------------------| | | Light green | Reserved for gauge 22 | | | | (as per FEDERAL STANDARD 595a | | | | Ref. 24585, 24664, 24670, 24672) | | 5 |----------------|------------------------------------------------| | | Dark green | For other gauges and sheath | | | |(equivalent to FEDERAL STANDARD 595a Ref. 34108)| |-----------|-----------------------------------------------------------------| | 6 | Light blue (as per FEDERAL STANDARD 595a Ref. 35488) | |-----------|-----------------------------------------------------------------| | 7 | Violet | |-----------|-----------------------------------------------------------------| | 8 | Grey | |-----------|-----------------------------------------------------------------| | 9 | White | ------------------------------------------------------------------------------B. As per EN (Only for Single-Core Cables) ---------------------------| COLOR | INSULATION | | CODE | COLOR | |-----------|--------------| | A | Red | |-----------|--------------| | B | Blue | |-----------|--------------| | C | Yellow | |-----------|--------------| | D | Green | |-----------|--------------| | E | White | |-----------|--------------| | F | Black | |-----------|--------------| | G | Brown | ------------------------------------------------------| COLOR | INSULATION | | CODE | COLOR | |-----------|--------------| | H | Orange | |-----------|--------------| | J | Purple | |-----------|--------------| | K | Violet ** | |-----------|--------------| | L | Light Red ** | |-----------|--------------| | P | * | |-----------|--------------| | Q | * | |-----------|--------------| | R | * | |--------------------------| S | * | ---------------------------** The color can be different depending of the wire type.

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------------------------------------------------------------------| CABLE | COLOR CODE | | SIZE |-------------------------------------------------------| | CODE | P | Q | R | S | |---------|-------------|-------------|-------------|-------------| | 001 | White | Pink | White | Light green | |---------|-------------|-------------|-------------|-------------| | 002 | White | White | Light blue | White | |---------|-------------|-------------|-------------|-------------| | 004 | Light green | Light green | White | Light green | |---------|-------------|-------------|-------------|-------------| | 006 | White | Pink | Light green | White | |---------|-------------|-------------|-------------|-------------| | 010 | White | White | White | White | |---------|-------------|-------------|-------------|-------------| | 012 | White | Light green | Light blue | White | |---------|-------------|-------------|-------------|-------------| | 020 | White | Pink | White | White | |---------|-------------|-------------|-------------|-------------| | 030 | White | White | White | White | |---------|-------------|-------------|-------------|-------------| | 050 | White | Light green | White | White | |---------|-------------|-------------|-------------|-------------| | 051 | White | Light green | White | White | |---------|-------------|-------------|-------------|-------------| | 090 | White | | White | White | |---------|-------------|-------------|-------------|-------------| | 140 | White | | White | White | |---------|-------------|-------------|-------------|-------------| | 220 | White | | White | White | |---------|-------------|-------------|-------------|-------------| | 340 | White | | White | White | ------------------------------------------------------------------8. TABLE 8 - Multi-Cores Cables - Insulation Color Code (only for EN P/Ns) The tables that follow give the insulation color code for the cables and the insulation color for the core(s) in relation to the number of cores in the cable. To find the insulation color code of a cable : - Refer to the insulation color code allocation table to find the possible insulation color codes depending on the EN P/N. - Find the color code depending on the number and the color of the cores in the cable. A. Insulation Color Code Allocation Table and Insulation Color Code A (Ref. Fig. 001) B. Insulation Color Code B or C (Ref. Fig. 002) C. Insulation Color Code D or Q (Ref. Fig. 003) D. Insulation Color Code F, G or P (Ref. Fig. 004) E. Insulation Color Code H, J or R (Ref. Fig. 005)

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F. Insulation Color Code For EN2346 and EN4608 PN/s (Ref. Fig. 006) 9. TABLE 9 - Number of cores (only for ABS and EN P/Ns) -----------------------------------------------------------------------------| LETTER CODE | A | B | C | D | E | F | G | H | J | K | |-------- -----|-----|-----|-----|-----|-----|-----|-----|-----|-----|-------| | NUMBER OF | 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7 | 8 | 9 | 10* | | CORES | | | | | | | | | |or 11**| -----------------------------------------------------------------------------* For EN P/Ns ** For ABS P/Ns

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Figure 001.1 / Graphic SH 001.1 Wires Identification by the Manufacturer - Insulation Color Code Table 8 - Insulation Color Code Allocation Table and Insulation Color Code A Figure 002.1 / Graphic SH 002.1 Wires Identification by the Manufacturer - Insulation Color Code Table 8 - Code B and C (for EN P/Ns) Figure 003.1 / Graphic SH 003.1 Wires Identification by the Manufacturer - Insulation Color Code Table 8 - Code D and Q (for EN P/Ns) Figure 004.1 / Graphic SH 004.1 Wires Identification by the Manufacturer - Insulation Color Code Table 8 - Code F, G or P (for EN P/Ns) Figure 005.1 / Graphic SH 005.1 Wires Identification by the Manufacturer - Insulation Color Code Table 8 - Code H, J or R (for EN P/Ns) Figure 006.1 / Graphic SH 006.1 Wires Identification by the Manufacturer - Insulation Color Code Table 8 - Code For EN2346 and EN4608 P/Ns

WIRE FUNCTIONAL IDENTIFICATION (Airbus)


WIRE FUNCTIONAL IDENTIFICATION - DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION
1. General This chapter gives the identification and marking rules applicable to electrical cables. A cable is identified by its: - Type, type code and gauge (Ref. 20-32-21). - Color code. - Cable number. 2. Cable Color Code The normal color of a single core cable will not be given. The cable color codes are used if necessary to more accurately identify the cables. Most of the time, color codes are used for multicore cables. A Amber B Blue BK Black BR Brown C Clear G Green

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GY O P PK R V W Y Grey Orange Purple Pink Red Violet White Yellow

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NOTE: The code N is obsolete for cables. When you see this on a cable it is the some as BK. 3. Cable Number All cables connected on the aircraft must be identified. It is the functional identification of the cable. NOTE: Cables shorter than 75 mm (2.9527 in.) screens, bonding cables shorter than 300 mm (11.8110 in.) and shunts need no identification. A. Cable Identification Rules A numeric reference system is used for cable identification. A cable is identified by two groups of four figures with a space between them. The first four figures are the ATA 100 circuit reference followed by as many as four figures that give the number of the cable in the circuit. NOTE: If necessary, one more figure is added after these two groups to identify the color of the cable. If necessary, one more figure is added (letter "S") to identify the safety cable. NOTE: Some cables have the FIN 0000-000X. These cables do not have an electrical function. They are used to increase the diameter of the harness to which they belong. 2314 - 9904 R 2792 - 0162 B S ------- | | | | | | | ----| | | | | -------| | | -------------| ---------------------

S = safety cable code (if necessary) Wire color code (if necessary)

No. of the cable in the circuit No. of the circuit defined by ATA Spec 100

B. Cable Marking Cable marking procedures depend on the category of the cables. There are three main categories of cable: - Printable cables. - Non-printable cables. - Cables without marking. (1) Printable cables (Ref. Fig. 001) NOTE: We recommend to print cables with a length from 75 mm (2.9527 in.) to 150 mm (5.9055 in.) but identification with one identification sleeve is permitted. (a) Definition Printable cables are identified by direct marking of the identification on the insulation, at regular intervals.

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This category mainly concerns: - 26 to 6 gauge cables longer than 75 mm (2.9527 in.) (aircraft harnesses or large VU harnesses). (b) Operation - For single-core cables, hot stamp marking or laser marking will be used depending on the coating code. - For shielded cables, laser marking will be used. Printing will be performed on the whole length of the cable. - For cables shorter than 2000 mm (78.7402 in.) : at a maximum pitch of 75 mm (2.9527 in.) . - For cables longer than 2000 mm (78.7402 in.) : - at a maximum pitch of 75 mm (2.9527 in.) along a length of 1 m from each end. - at a maximum pitch of 380 mm (14.9606 in.) on the center portion of the cable.

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(c) Special cases - If a modification calls for the shortening of a cable in the zone of the 75 mm (2.9527 in.) pitch ( 1000 mm (39.3701 in.) ) from each end, you will install a cable identification sleeve at the shortened end. - Cables connected to control and indicating items of equipment such as switches, annunciator lights or magnetic indicators installed outside VUs will have the identification (NSA937201, NSA 937203 or E0646 sleeve) of the terminal to which they are connected. You can put markings on some optical cables (e.g. ABS0963-003) with UV laser but you cannot use hot stamping. (2) Non-printable cables or cables with Identification Sleeves (Ref. Fig. 002) (Ref. Fig. 003) (a) Definition Non-printable cables are cables that cannot have direct marking due to their physical structure or whose insulation can be deteriorated by marking (e.g. coaxial cables). This category includes: - Large gauge cables (gauge 14 and below), (except the cables printed by CO2 laser mentioned previously). - Draw and spare cables. - Usual medium gauge cables, length less than 2500 mm (98.4252 in.) , located inside electronics racks. - All cables printable by hot stamping and connected to at least one end termination (VN, VG, VC) located in a Skydrol zone (ref. Specific Areas chapters). - Safety cables identified by the letter S. - Optical cables (depending on the code type). - Coaxial cables. NOTE: We recommend to print cables with a length from 75 mm (2.9527 in.) to 150 mm (5.9055 in.) but identification with one identification sleeve is permitted. NOTE: Cables with a length of more than 150 mm (5.9055 in.) must be identified with one sleeve at each end. NOTE: You must install identification sleeves on branches and junctions (only if branch and junction lengths are more than 1 m (3.28 ft.) ). NOTE: If the harness has no branches, you must attach a VB marking to the harness at intervals of 2 m (6.56 ft.) . This is not applicable if the harness is supplied in raceways or if other interval values are specified in the design document. (b) Operation Cables are identified with sleeves NSA937201. -------------------------------------------------------------

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| TYPE CODE | SLEEVE TYPE | OPERATING TEMP | |---------------|----------------------|--------------------| | | | HIGH TEMP. | | MA | NOT RETRACTABLE | -55 to 150 deg.C | | | | -67 to 302 deg.F | |---------------|----------------------|--------------------| | | | HIGH TEMP. | | MD, MK, ML | HEAT RETRACTABLE | -55 to 200 deg.C | | | | -67 to 392 deg.F | |---------------|----------------------|--------------------| | ME, MG, MR, | | LOW TEMP. | | MT, MH | HEAT RETRACTABLE | -55 to 135 deg.C | | | | -67 to 275 deg.F | ------------------------------------------------------------The sleeves will be adapted to the cable gauge and installed as close as possible to the terminations ( 150 mm (5.9055 in.) max.). These sleeves can be printed to show the cable identification characters. Markings must be clearly legible, abrasion-proof and resistant to aircraft liquids (synthetic hydraulic fluid, kerosene...) The character height is 3.2 mm (0.1259 in.) minimum. Sleeves installed on cables of a length of less than or equal to 2500 mm (98.4252 in.) in electrical power centers, pylons, SWAMP areas and SKYDROL areas will be shrunk. The sleeves are white, printed in black except for: - Safety cables (code S) that have pink sleeves, printed in black. - Aluminum cables that have grey sleeves printed in black for identification. For EFCS, when printing is not possible, two sleeves must be used: - One white sleeve (or grey for aluminum cable) with black printing for cable identification. - One pink sleeve with black printing for FIN on the harness. NOTE: When a safety cable is in aluminum, the sleeve must be pink and printed in black. 1 Single-core cables (Ref. Fig. 002) - These cables are identified with sleeves NSA 937201 ME. - Sleeve length must be between 25 mm (0.9842 in.) and 35 mm (1.3779 in.) . 2 Sheathed multi-core cables (cores of different colors) (Ref. Fig. 003) a The multi-core cable and the cores have different identification markings (only A300 / A300-600 / A310). The cable will have one (or several) sleeve at each end with the information below: - the identification of each cable with its color code, - the identification of the assembly (the multi-core cable). b The multi-core cable and the cores have the same identification marking (A320 to A380 family). The color code is used to connect the cables (cables of the same color). 3 Sheathed multi-core cables (cores of same color) (Ref. Fig. 002) (only A300 / A300-600 / A310) Each cable has an identification number. If the cable is shielded, the shield will also have an identification sleeve. 4 Twisted cables without sheath (Ref. Fig. 002)

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a Cables of same color: The identification will be printed on a sleeve at the ends of each cable. b Cables of different colors: Each cable has a different identification. The color code is a letter. To do the identification, you can use: - one single sleeve, - several sleeves (one for each cable) if the single sleeve cannot be less than 150 mm (5.9055 in.) from the termination equipment. NOTE: If a twisted cable is partially untwisted over a length >= 200 mm (7.8740 in.) , you must install an additional identification sleeve on each individual cable. c Phase identification special case When the three-core cables for phases have cores of the same color, use red, yellow and blue sleeves to identify phases A, B and C respectively. The sleeve will be installed at the rear of the terminal crimping zone. Sleeve P/N: NSA 937201 MA... (the sleeve dia. will match the wire dia.). When the three-core twisted cables have cores of different colors, do not use these phase identification sleeves. The phase identification rule is: - Phase A : red - Phase B : yellow - Phase C : blue (c) Special cases 1 Ground pick-ups on safety cables - Ground pick-ups on safety cables will be identified by a pink sleeve printed in black. - If a grounding chain is made on a group of shielded safety cables, only the last ground pick-up cable will be identified by a pink sleeve printed in black. - When safety and normal cable pick-ups are mixed, only the last ground pick-up cable will be identified by a pink sleeve printed in black. C. Specific Identification Marking (Ref. Fig. 004) NOTE: You must not shrink the sleeve NSA937201. (1) For optical cables: A specific label E0248 attached with NSA8420 lacing tape is used: - at 2 m (6.56 ft.) intervals on straight line harnesses. - next to pressure seals, floors, partitions, etc. for harnesses that go through them. - adjacent to end components (at each end of the cable). - adjacent to optical cable exits (when the optical cable routing is in a standard harness). NOTE: You can use sleeves to identify the optical cable, because they are easy to make. If you use a shrink sleeve, do not shrink it after installation. NOTE: A specific label ABS0724 or NSA931025 is installed adjacent to the optical connectors to show the special precautions related to this type of connector. NOTE: You must not use cable ties to attach the label. This can cause damage to the cable. (2) For spare wire identification : A specific sleeve NSA937201 is installed adjacent to the end components to give information. (3) For draw wire identification : A specific sleeve NSA937201 is installed adjacent to the end components to give information.

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(4) For tempest black A harness (for A400M only): A specific label E0248 is installed: - Along the harness every 2 meters (maximum pitch) in a straight line harness - Close to the pressure seal, floor, partition etc. for through-harnesses - Close to the end components - Close to the cable exit (when the optical cable routing is in a standard harness). (5) For coaxial cables: (Ref. Fig. 004) You must add a label ABS5342-01 at each end of the coaxial cable to give This label must not have a black line and must have the manual indication "NO TYING BEYOND THIS POINT". You must install it a maximum of 250 mm (9.8425 in.) from the rear of the coaxial contact. (6) For coaxial cables repair ends: NOTE: For labels and sleeves, all colors are permitted except pink and red. The number of repairs on a coaxial cable is identified adjacent to the end component with: - E0248 label or equivalent, - E0683 self-adhesive label or equivalent. If the above labels are not available, you can use NSA937201 sleeve or equivalent (not shrunk). (7) Cables without markings - Very short cables shorter than 75 mm (2.9527 in.) and ground pick-up cables (ferrule-to- ferrule or to connector) are not identified. - Cables used for circuit breaker monitoring (only for A320 program), - Monitoring cables between two adjacent "in-line" circuit breakers (only for A330, A340 and A380), - Cables in small VUs (BF type - flexible cables) are not printable. - Bonding cables shorter than 300 mm (11.8110 in.) .

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Figure 001.1 / Graphic SH 001.1 Cable Functional Identification - Example for Printable Cables Figure 002.1 / Graphic SH 002.1 Cable Functional Identification - Example for Non-Printable Cables Figure 003.1 / Graphic SH 003.1 Cable Functional Identification - Example for Non-Printable Cables Figure 004.1 / Graphic SH 004.1 Cable Functional Identification - Specific Identification Marking

HARNESS FUNCTIONAL IDENTIFICATION (Airbus)


HARNESS FUNCTIONAL IDENTIFICATION - DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION
1. General This chapter gives the identification and marking rules applicable to electrical harnesses. A. Definition

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(1) Harness A harness is a group of cables attached together. All cables are identified (Ref. chapter 20-32-22). A vendor or the airframe manufacturer can supply some harnesses (for example in some radio or fuel systems). Such harnesses will have a FIN and will be identified as all other components. If supplied by a vendor (code YY), it will have a part number. If made by the airframe manufacturer, it will have a drawing number. Only the graphic symbol on the wiring diagram will identify the difference between two such cases. (2) Wiring segregations or routes For safety and to prevent possible interference, electrical harnesses are routed in relation to their type and function in a number of physically isolated routes. These wiring segregations or routes are divided into categories related to the aircraft type. A 2-digit reference is used to identify these categories (Ref. chapter 20-33-20). 2. Harness identification A. Principle Flags and labels on harnesses give many types of data: - Positioning data such as the frame: These positioning flags give harness pick-up points for correct installation of the harness on the aircraft. - Functional data (routes, sub-routes): These functional identification labels must show the routes in the harness and be in a position to prevent all risks of errors caused by in-service retrofit work. - Functional Item Number (FIN) identification at harness end: You must identify harness ends with E0248A labels (4 holes) where the identification of the end is shown. For typical harnesses, these labels are white with black printing and are attached with two cable ties NSA935401. NOTE: In severe environment areas, you must use and attach labels E0248A (6 holes) with three cable ties NSA935401. They are usually put in areas of high wiring density: At each harness end, at maximum intervals of 4 m (13.12 ft.) ,in the same area (frame or rib). For harnesses with a diameter of less than 5 mm (0.1968 in.) , you must replace labels E0248 with sleeves NSA937201. For pylon harnesses, you must use white shrunk sleeve NSA937201 or white E0248A (6 holes). The identification includes the FIN of the termination with, in some cases, the abbreviated functional designation. These markers are found 130 mm (5.1181 in.) maximum from the end. A380 wing route identification must be at each harness end and at intervals of 2 meters so that you can see the harness identification.

B. General Harness Marking (1) Identification of harness characteristics This harness identification prevents the risk of harness inversion. The labels used are white. This identification type on harnesses must give the data that follows: (Ref. Fig. 001) - Part number of the harness (e.g. L9299812500000) - Constituent assembly code (e.g. LB682) - Harness number (e.g. 8125VB) - Serial number (e.g. SER PL1001). (2) VB marking (Ref. Fig. 002) If the harness has no branches, you must attach a VB marking to the harness at intervals of 2 m (6.56 ft.) . This is not applicable if the harness is supplied in a raceway and if other interval values are specified in the design document. Labels are not necessary on branches shorter than 1 m (3.28 ft.) . (3) Harness end identification (Ref. Fig. 002) Cables that stop at the same connecting component are identified by a label E0248 (4 holes). The identification can show the electrical identifier of the component written on one or two lines centered:

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- horizontally in relation to the vertical sides of the placard, - vertically in relation to the placard attachment holes. (Ref. Electrical Items Functional Identification chapter: 20-32-51) C. Positioning Flags and Route Identification Labels - Marking (1) For A300, A300/600 and A310 only: Positioning flags are not used in this aircraft family. (2) For A318, A319, A320 and A321 only: (Ref. Fig. 003) This positioning and route identification is a reference given on a maximum of 3 lines, parallel to the harness axis: - First line: Zone or geographical location of the harness (19 characters maximum). - Second or third line: Routes and sub-routes (19 characters maximum in each line). The character height is 4.5 mm (0.1771 in.) . Example: C10/PL 1S/1SF/1SL NOTE: Positioning flags must stay in position on the aircraft and not be moved from their initial position. NOTE: Labels for route identification can be bonded on the structure (frame). (3) For A330, A340 and A380 only: (Ref. Fig. 004) Positioning flags and route identification labels are used together. There must be a distance of 40 mm (1.5748 in.) between the two labels. Harness identification is a reference given with: - Positioning flag: shows the axis of the structural item used as a reference. - Identification label: Routes and sub-routes. Examples: F35 (positioning label) 1S/1SF/1S1 (identification label) NOTE: Positioning flags must stay in position on the aircraft and not be moved from their initial position. D. Label Type and Installation Procedure NOTE: The reference number must be written permanently. (1) For A318, A319, A320 and A321 only (Ref. Fig. 003) Cable harnesses are identified with adhesive label E0683 or label E0248. (a) Standard harnesses The identification marking is made with E0683 labels. This type of marking is yellow, self-adhesive and stamped in black. The reference will be shown on the label as many times as possible in relation to the loom diameter (a minimum of two times). The positioning of the label on the harness is related to the wiring direction. The positioning of the marking must be as shown in the drawings. NOTE: When the harness has protective sleeves longer than 500 mm (19.6850 in.) , the identification marking must be label E0248 put on the protective sleeve ends, 10 mm (0.3937 in.) from the clamps. (b) Sheathed pylon harnesses The identification marking is label E0248-6H attached to the harness with lacing tape NSA8420 or sleeve NSA937201. This type of marking is yellow and stamped in black.

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(2) For A330, A340 and A380 only (Ref. Fig. 004) Cable harnesses are identified by identification label E0248-6H and positioning flag ASNA5107 or ABS5342-02. Flag ASNA5107 or ABS5342-02 is used to show the correct position of the harness on the structure. This flag is blue with a straight black line 1 mm (0.0393 in.) thick and gives the mechanical position reference. For G routes, you must install the labels on each cable. For harnesses protected with convoluted conduit (e.g. ABS0887 or NSA935805) you must install the flag on the harness (in harness area not protected with conduit) or on the conduit (if protection is installed on all the length of the harness). An identification label must be installed adjacent to a positioning flag: 50 mm (1.9685 in.) maximum and 30 mm (1.1811 in.) minimum from the positioning flag. The positioning flag must be installed so that the black line is along the axis of the structural item used as a reference. When they are part of or attached in a harness, you must identify non-essential routes by yellow ABS5342-01 labels installed at maximum intervals of 1 m (3.28 ft.) on straight parts of the harness. For the installation of flags on optical cables, you must obey the special procedure. (Ref. Fig. 005) For A380 only, you must identify essential and non-essential routes with yellow E0248-6H labels or equivalent installed at 2 m (6.56 ft.) intervals.

(3) On dynamic harnesses (between a mobile and fixed part) (Ref. Fig. 006) For a harness at a hinge, a minimum length is necessary to prevent tears or breaks of the harness. To make sure you have a correct installation of the harness, you must install ASNA5107 flags along the reference axes of the first attachment items on the two sides of the hinge. These positions must be shown in the harness installation drawings. In this case, flag ASNA5107 is used for positioning, identification and to increase the mechanical protection of the harness below the clamp. NOTE: If, adjacent to the last clamp, the last identification is with a white label E0248, label ASNA5107 is only used to increase the mechanical protection of the harness below the clamp and the positioning flag. (4) Identification on split conduits (Ref. Fig. 006) You must install positioning flags ABS5342, if possible, on wires without protective hose or braid. For split conduits EN6049-006/007, you can install the flag below the conduit but you must make sure that the flag can be seen externally. (5) Route identification for spare conduits (Ref. Fig. 006) The route identification for spare conduits must be with labels E0248 with black markings on a yellow background. They are attached with cable ties NSA935401 or lacing tape NSA8420. 3. Specific Harness Marking NOTE: You must not shrink sleeve NSA937201. A. Identification on the structure at pressure seal or connector flange area (Ref. Fig. 002) - You must install an adhesive label as near as possible to the pressure seal or connector flange on the panel or structure. You must make sure that you can clearly see this label. - Connector flanges installed in areas that you can see from the front and rear must have markings only on the front panel or structure. - Connector flanges that you cannot see from the rear must have markings on two sides of the panel or structure. - Pressure seals must have markings on two sides of the panel or structure. B. For Q routes (Ref. Fig. 006) A special label ABS1475 is added. It is a pre-printed E0248 type label. - The text "CAUTION FUEL TANK HARNESS ONLY" is written in red on a white background. - You must attach this label with lacing tape NSA8420 or cable tie NSA935401. You must tie-install this label: - at intervals of

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1.2 m (3.93 ft.) (maximum pitch) on straight line harnesses adjacent to pressure seals, floors, partitions, etc. for harnesses that go through adjacent to end components not applicable in fuel tanks.

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C. For Electrical Flight Control System (EFCS) - FIN labels are pink with black printing. They are attached with lacing tape NSA8420 or cable tie NSA935401. - For EFCS harnesses without other harnesses in their routing, cable ties or lacing tape can be used to attach identification labels. - For EFCS harnesses with other harnesses, you must use lacing tape NSA8420 to prevent damage to adjacent harnesses caused by the heads of cable ties. D. For optical harnesses (one or more cables): You must use a specific identification with label E0248 attached with lacing tape NSA8420: - at intervals of 2 m (6.56 ft.) on straight line harnesses - adjacent to pressure seals, floors, partitions, etc. for harnesses that go through - adjacent to end components - adjacent to optical cable exits (when the optical cable is routed in a standard harness). NOTE: As an alternative, you can use a sleeve (e.g. NSA937201ME) but you must not shrink it. NOTE: A special label ABS0724 or NSA931025 is installed adjacent to the optical connectors to show special precautions related to this type of connector.

Figure 001.1 / Graphic SH 001.1 Harness Functional Identification - Example of Identification on Harness Figure 002.1 / Graphic SH 002.1 Harness Functional Identification - Example of Marking on Harnesses Figure 003.1 / Graphic SH 003.1 Harness Functional Identification - Identification with E0683 Description and Installation (for A318/A319/A320/A321 only) Figure 004.1 / Graphic SH 004.1 Harness Functional Identification - Positioning and Identification with E0248 Description and Installation (for A330/A340 and A380 only) Figure 005.1 / Graphic SH 005.1 Harness Functional Identification - Flag Installation on Optical Cables Figure 006.1 / Graphic SH 006.1 Harness Functional Identification - Identification/Positioning

ELECTRICAL ITEMS IDENTIFICATION (Airbus)


ELECTRICAL ITEMS IDENTIFICATION - DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION
1. General The chapter that follows gives the general design requirements related to the electrical item identification on aircraft. 2. Structure of the Chapters A. Electrical Item Functional Identification (Ref. 20-32-51)

ELECTRICAL ITEMS FUNCTIONAL IDENTIFICATION (Airbus)

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ELECTRICAL ITEMS FUNCTIONAL IDENTIFICATION - DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION


1. General This chapter gives the identification and marking rules applicable to the standard electrical items. NOTE: Boxes, panels or equipment containing parts with voltages exceeding 42 V which are liable to expose maintenance personnel to hazardous operations must have a label reading: "CAUTION HIGH VOLTAGE INSIDE". This label must have 6 mm (0.2362 in.) white letters on a red background. 2. Electrical Items Functional-Identification Definition A. Functional Item Numbers (FIN) The electrical equipment items on the aircraft are identified by a unique identifier designated Functional Item Number. (FIN) The composition of the FIN differs between the various AIRBUS families: (1) For WB, SA and LR programs only: - Example for WB and SA programs: 301 RH 1 A 1 | | | | | | | | | -- Supplementary part identification | | | | (backshell, housing, etc.) | | | ----- Connector identification (up to three letters) | | -------- Suffix (up to three numbers) | ----------- Circuit letter code ---------------- Sequence number - Example for LR program: 1115 VN 412 | | | | | -------- Suffix (up to three numbers) | ------------ Circuit letter code ------------------ Sequence number (a) The composition of the FIN is: Example: 301RH1A1 - A two-letter code that shows to which system or circuit the equipment belongs or that shows, for all components not specifically related to a circuit, a fictitious circuit (letter V) and the type of component. - Suffixes which give the unique identification for individual items of equipment. - Connector identification when it is a part of an item and the same FIN number as this item. - Supplementary part identification (backshell, housing, etc.) when this part of an item has the same FIN number as this item. NOTE: Identical components which have the same function in the same circuit are differentiated by a suffix number. The general rule is that an even suffix identifies a component on the right-hand side and an odd suffix identifies a component on the left-hand side. Example: 14CA1 (2) For A380 only: (a) For circuits VC, VD, VG, VN, VP, VS and VT, the FIN format consists of 9 digits: Example: 2512VN024 - The first digit indicates the installation area. - The 2nd, 3rd and 4th digits indicate the partner allocation number. - The two-letter code indicates the fictitious circuit (V) and the type of component (N). - The last three numbers indicate the detailed location or multiple elements of the component. (b) For circuits VB, VE and VX, the FIN format consists of 7 to 9 digits:

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Example: nnnnVBnnn - The 1st, 2nd, 3rd and 4th numerical digits indicate the partner allocation number. - The two-letter code indicates the fictitious circuit (V) and the type of component. - The last three numbers indicate the multiple elements of the component. (It is possible to use only one number) (c) For circuit VU, the FIN format consists of 7 to 9 digits: Example: 1115VU1 - The 1st and 2nd numerical digits indicate the partner allocation number. - The 3rd and 4th numerical digits (00) indicate a main assembly containing sub-assemblies. - For the 4th digit: An odd number indicates the left side. (Except 5) An even number indicates the right side. Number "5" indicates a panel located on the aircraft centerline. - The two-letter code indicates the fictitious circuit (V) and the type of component (U). - The last three numbers indicate the multiple elements of the component. (It is possible to use only one number) B. Fictitious Circuit (letter V) Fictitious circuits (letter V) are allocated to types of components that cannot be identified as part of a specific system circuit. (1) The codes of these fictitious circuits are: VB = Cable bundle/harness VC = Connector (appended letter A, B, etc. is added to identify the free connector: E.g. 1204VC A) NOTE: For A380, there is no space or dash before the appended letter. VD = Module diode unit VE*= Panel. (commercial) (not used for WB and SA programs) VG = Screwed ground terminal block VI = Connector plate/mount VN = Ground point VP = Pressure seal VR = Resistance VS = Splice VT = Terminal block VU*= Panel VX*= Printed circuit board assembly VZ*= Spare cable * These fictitious components are not given in the ESPM.

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(2) Examples: Components which are directly associated with a geographical block or which have interfaces with severals circuits. All these fictitious components are identified in the equipment list of their fictitious circuit. There are different kinds of fictitious-circuit electrical components: - Components covered by a standard part number E.g.: VS (splice), VP (pressure seals), VC (connector), etc. - Components designed to support and assemble electrical items for a given function, usually integrating several items of equipment and/or cables of different circuits. These components are covered by an aircraft drawing number. E.g.: VB (cable bundle), VX (printed electronic circuit board) C. Electrical Flight Control System (EFCS) The EFCS harnesses have specific connectors (VC). These connectors make the interface between: - The different EFCS harnesses. - The EFCS harnesses and equipment.

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- The EFCS harnesses and the different VU panels to which they are connected. The EFCS harnesses and equipment are clearly identified by a pink or red mark. Identification of each item is made by a permanent label that shows the functional item number. (FIN) 3. Electrical Items Functional-Identification Marking (Ref. Fig. 001) (Ref. Fig. 002) (Ref. Fig. 003) (Ref. Fig. 004) The ways to mark the items depend on the item categories and location. There are three ways to mark: - Self-adhesive label (ABS0724, E0470, E0683 or NSA931025). - Identification Sleeve (E0646, NSA937201 or NSA937203). The functional identification of equipment may be given on white sleeves when it is difficult to install labels near the equipment. These sleeves must be positioned immediately after the identification of the connector, or include this identification. Functional identification sleeves must be fitted where equipment is removable from its front face. - Identification label (ABS1475 or E0248) with NSA935401 (TY-RAP type).

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NOTE: If reading of the label proves to be difficult during the maintenance operation, or in case of ambiguity, a second label that shows the type of equipment as indicated on the wiring diagram will also be added to the loom. The ways to mark must be designed taking into account temperature ranges and environmental constraints. A. Item Identification on Panels and Racks (1) Marking type (a) On panels or racks, the functional identification marking is: In pressurized area: - With ABS0724 or E0470 for normal system. - With PINK ABS0724 or PINK E0470 for EFCS system. In non-pressurized area: - With NSA931025 for normal system. - With PINK NSA931025 for EFCS system. NOTE: In non-pressurized area, it is necessary to bond label with material number 09-008C and to apply varnish material number 07-018 to the label. (b) On circuit breaker panels, use labels: - For areas free of hydraulic fluid, in accordance with NSA931025 Type 01, - For areas in which hydraulic fluid (e.g.: Skydrol or Hyjet IV) is found, in accordance with NSA931025 Type 02. (2) Identification of unplugged ventilation holes An indelible and visible marking must identify the ventilation holes, located at the bottom of equipment racks (ARINC 600).The identification rule is applicable on all items fitted with ventilation holes (e.g ventilation boxes). This marking can be made manually by a line, a band or an other marking, which remains visible when the support in installed on the shelf. (3) Operation The labels are positioned above or to the left of items, and under exceptional conditions below and to the right of items. They are always visible when items are in place. They are printed in white on black background or black on white background. (a) Pressure seals (VP) A self-adhesive label is bonded to the support on each side of the pressure seal. (b) Splices and Diodes No self-adhesive label is necessary. (c) Ground modules (VG) and ground points (VN)

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Bond a self-adhesive label to the support near the ground module or point. (d) Stud-type or modular terminal blocks (VT) The terminal blocks are identified by a label fixed to the support, near the rail. (e) Miscellaneous equipment On circuit breakers or coded equipment items directly connected on aircraft, etc. install a self-adhesive label on the support near the equipment. NOTE: Relays with the spike suppression function must be identified with an additional blue mark on the structure adjacent to the FIN label. (f) Relays 1 On A380: - Use identification label ABS0724-006A013 for Normal relays on Normal system. (Label has white background with black letters) - Use identification label ABS0724-006P013 for Normal relays on EFCS system. (Label has pink background with black letters) - Use identification label ABS0724-006B013 for spike suppression relay on Normal system. (Label has blue background with black letters) - Use identification label ABS0724-006 for spike suppressioN relay on EFCS system. (Label has blue and pink background with black letters)

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(g) Specific Items All specific EFCS equipment items (connectors, terminal blocks, relays) are identified clearly and permanently with a pink or red adhesive label (E0248) bonded to the structure near each item. B. Item Identification on Cable Bundles (Ref. Fig. 005) (Ref. Fig. 006) (1) Marking type Bundles of items are identified: - For cables subjected to temperatures above 150 deg.C (302.00 deg.F) , with E0248 labels and NSA935401 cable-tie (TY-RAP type). - For wiring subjected to temperatures above 260 deg.C (500.00 deg.F) , with NSA937201 sleeves. This identification sleeve or label has: - In all cases, the FIN of the item. - When the bundle ends in a VU, the VU number. - And if necessary, the functional designation. - On harness with diameter less than 5 mm (0.1968 in.) , the identification label must be replaced by a sleeve NSA937201. NOTE: In vibration areas or in Severe Weather and Moisture Prone (SWAMP) areas, you must use a label E0248 16HP (6 holes) with three tie-wrap NSA935401. NOTE: It is necessary to shrink the sleeves in electrical power centers or in areas that have severe environnemental conditions. NOTE: Identification sleeves must be in a position as near as possible to the connection you must identify (max. distance 100 mm (3.9370 in.) ). If necessary, you can attach these sleeves with cable ties to prevent sliding. NOTE: Identification sleeves can be shrunk. In this case, it must still be possible to turn, slide and read them. (2) Operation These types of marking are made of plastic. They are white for standard bundles or pink for the bundles of EFCS items, with FIN marking in black. They are installed on the cable bundle at 130 mm (5.1181 in.) maximum from the end. If the harness has no branch, you must attach a VB marking to the harness at intervals of 2 m (6.56 ft.) . This is not applicable if the harness is supplied in raceways and if other interval values are specified in the design documents. Labels are not necessary on branches shorter than 1 m (3.28 ft.) . Their position on the bundle will make correct reading possible when the bundle terminations are connected. Safety cables are identified by a pink colored sleeve or with the letter "S" printed at the end of the P/N. (E.g.: 3151-0309S)

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For EFCS harness: - If the harness is routed alone, use tie-wrap NSA935401 with labels. - If the harness is routed with other harnesses, use lacing tape NSA8420 with labels. (a) Rack connectors NOTE: When segregation is required, the identification is installed on one bundle and does not include the other routes. Install an identification label E0248 on the ARINC 600 and 404A connectors (ABS0831, E0161, E0163, E0165, E0086, E0145, E0147, E0726 and E0729 ) or derived connectors. (b) Optical connectors (Ref. Fig. 007) - A specific label ABS0724 or NSA931025 is installed near the optical connectors to indicate particular precautions related to this type of connector. NOTE: You must use lacing tape NSA8420 to attach the identification labels. The use of NSA935401 is not permitted to prevent damage to optical fiber harnesses. NOTE: To make installation of the identification easier, the use of a sleeve is permitted. If you use a shrink sleeve, you must not shrink it to prevent damage. (c) Ground modules (VG) and ground points (VN) - On the harnesses: A label E0248 with the FIN. (A340 only) - In the racks or boxes: No identification sleeve or label. - A self-adhesive label is affixed on the structure near the module or grounding point. (d) Stud-type or modular terminal blocks (VT) - Terminal blocks are identified by a self-adhesive label affixed to the structure near the rail. - Wiring of stud-type terminal blocks (power): Install a label E0248. - Wiring of modular terminal blocks (signal): No plate to be installed. - The standard electrical items (e.g. resistors) mounted on a terminal block are identified by a sleeve NSA 937201. This sleeve (shortened to minimum length) is placed on the component tail and must not prevent cooling. (e) Splices (VS) 1 Not removable, not reducing A group of splices (max. 4) is identified by a label E0248 positioned near the group. 2 Diodes and removable splices A sleeve is installed on each side of the component. NOTE: If the splice is inside a split textile conduit, the identification label must be over the split textile conduit. 3 Reducing splices No identification sleeve. (f) Diode A diode is identified by a sleeve NSA935201, on the cable, positioned alongside the diode. (g) Pressure Seal (VP) The pressure seals through which the cable bundle is routed are identified by two E0248 labels with NSA935401 (TY-RAP type), one on each side of the seal. (h) Coded equipment items directly connected on aircraft With or without cut-to-length: Install a label E0248.

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(i) Specific items All specific EFCS equipment items (connectors, terminal blocks, relays, circuit-breakers) are clearly and permanently identified with pink or red labels (E0248) printed in black, which are indelible and clearly visible and bonded to the structure near the items. (j) Shielding continuity connection

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A white background sleeve printed in black identifies shielding continuity connections. Pink background sleeves printed in black identify shielding continuity connections on safety cables. Where shielding continuity is made with several cables with at least one safety cable, only a pink background sleeve with black printing identifies the last shielding continuity cable. (k) Fuel routing (Ref. Fig. 007) A label is provided at the locations where direct access can be made by the maintenance operator. (Not required inside fuel tanks) Along the Q route harness, a specific identification must be used. (ABS1475) (l) Miscellaneous equipment On circuit breakers, relays, connectors (VC or VD), no identification label. (E0248) C. Special Cases (Ref. Fig. 008) For marking with E0248 labels and E0470 adhesive labels refer to para. (b).1_ and (b).2_.

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CAUTION: DO NOT USE METAL LABELS IN BOXES THAT CONTAIN ELECTRICAL ITEMS AND WIRING. IF THERE IS CHAFING OF THE CABLE INSULATION OR THE ELECTRICAL COMPONENTS, SUCH LABELS CAN CAUSE SHORT CIRCUITS. (1) Electrical Boxes (large and small VUs) NOTE: A large VU is an electrical assembly consisting only of CF/DM/DR-type cables where the radius of curvature is equal to 6xD. A small VU is an electrical assembly consisting mainly of BF-type cables with low radius of curvature equal to 3xD. The electrical boxes have a label E0470 with the VU identification Number and a label NSA931025 with the Aircraft Number (MSN) (2) Small VUs In small VUs, the cables (BF or CF type) have the sleeve E0646MF (EX NSA937204 MF) marked with the identification of the connection terminal of the related end. But this type of sleeve is not used for the items below: - Cut-off receptacle (VC) - Modular terminal blocks (VT) - Ground point (VN) - Illuminated VU plugs (LF) - Diode module (VD)

Figure 001.1 / Graphic SH 001.1 Electrical Item Functional-Identification - Marking Types E0248, E0470, E0646 (ex NSA937204), NSA937201, NSA937203 Figure 002.1 / Graphic SH 002.1 Electrical Items Functional Identification - Unplugged ventilation holes Figure 003.1 / Graphic SH 003.1 Electrical Item Functional-Identification - Installation Figure 004.1 / Graphic SH 004.1 Electrical Item Functional-Identification - Installation Figure 005.1 / Graphic SH 005.1 Electrical Item Functional-Identification - Examples of Marking Figure 006.1 / Graphic SH 006.1 Electrical Item Functional Identification - Examples of Marking on Harnesses Figure 007.1 / Graphic SH 007.1 Electrical Item Functional-Identification - Examples of Marking

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Figure 008.1 / Graphic SH 008.1 Electrical Item Functional-Identification - Example of Marking in Small VUs

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INSULATION COLOR CODE E/N PNs TYPE A EN2267 EN2346 EN2714 EN4608 X X X X SEE LAST FIGURE X X X X B C D F G H J P X Q X R X

SEE LAST FIGURE

INSULATION COLOR CODE A CABLE INSULATION IS LIGHT BLUE FOR WIRE GAUGE CODES 002/006/012. CABLE INSULATION IS WHITE FOR OTHER WIRE GAUGE CODES. NUMBER OF CORES IN CABLE 1 2 3 WHITE WHITE WHITE WHITE BLUE BLUE BLUE YELLOW YELLOW GREEN

COLORS

L_ES_203221_0_AAM0_01_01

Figure 001 (Sheet 1) / 20-32-21 - Wires Identification by the Manufacturer - Insulation Color Code Table 8 - Insulation Color Code Allocation Table and Insulation Color Code A

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INSULATION COLOR CODE B OR C

FOR INSULATION COLOR CODE B: CABLE INSULATION IS LIGHT BLUE FOR WIRE GAUGE CODES 002/006/012 CABLE INSULATION IS WHITE FOR OTHER WIRE GAUGE CODES FOR INSULATION COLOR CODE C: CABLE INSULATION IS WHITE WHATEVER THE WIRE GAUGE CODE.

NUMBER OF CORES IN CABLE 1 2 3 WHITE WHITE WHITE WHITE WHITE WHITE WHITE WHITE WHITE 10 WHITE BLUE BLUE BLUE BLUE BLUE BLUE BLUE BLUE BLUE ORANGE ORANGE GREEN ORANGE GREEN ORANGE GREEN ORANGE GREEN ORANGE GREEN ORANGE GREEN ORANGE GREEN

COLORS

RED RED RED RED RED RED BLACK BLACK YELLOW BLACK YELLOW VIOLET BLACK YELLOW VIOLET GREY BLACK YELLOW VIOLET GREY BROWN

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Figure 002 (Sheet 1) / 20-32-21 - Wires Identification by the Manufacturer - Insulation Color Code Table 8 - Code B and C (for EN P/Ns)

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INSULATION COLOR CODE D OR Q NUMBER OF CORES IN CABLES 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 NUMBER OF RINGS WIDE 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 MARKING WITH COLOR RINGS: BASIC COLOR OF CORES: PINK FOR CODES 001/006/020 WHITE FOR CODES 002/010/030 LIGHT GREEN FOR CODES 004/012/050/051 NARROW 0 2 3 4 5 6 7 1 2 3

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BAND GROUP CONFIGURATION NO RING ON THE FIRST CORE

COLOR OF RINGS: GREEN

ARRANGEMENT OF COLOR RINGS: 12mm TO 17mm 2 nd 1.5mm TO 3mm

12mm TO 17mm 3 rd 3.5m m TO 5mm

12mm TO 17mm 4 th

12mm TO 17mm 8 th 3m m TO 6mm 3.5m m TO 5mm

NOTE:EACH RING SHALL COVER AT LEAST 3/4 OF THE CIRCUMFERENCE. THE WIDE RINGS SHALL BE TWICE THE WIDTH OF THE NARROW RINGS.
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INSULATION COLOR CODE F, G OR P FOR INSULATION COLOR CODE F: CABLE INSULATION IS LIGHT BLUE FOR WIRE GAUGE CODES 002/006/012. CABLE INSULATION IS WHITE FOR OTHER WIRE GAUGE CODES.

FOR INSULATION COLOR CODE G: CABLE INSULATION IS WHITE WHATEVER THE WIRE GAUGE CODE.

FOR INSULATION COLOR CODE P: CABLE INSULATION IS LIGHT BLUE FOR WIRE GAUGE CODES 002/006/012. CABLE INSULATION IS WHITE FOR OTHER WIRE GAUGE CODES.

NUMBER OF CORES IN CABLE 1 2 3 WHITE * RED RED RED RED RED RED RED RED 10 RED BLUE BLUE BLUE BLUE BLUE BLUE BLUE BLUE BLUE YELLOW YELLOW GREEN

COLORS

YELLOW GREEN WHITE YELLOW GREEN WHITE BLACK YELLOW GREEN WHITE BLACK BROWN YELLOW GREEN WHITE BLACK BROWN ORANGE YELLOW GREEN WHITE BLACK BROWN ORANGE PURPLE YELLOW GREEN WHITE BLACK BROWN ORANGE PURPLE G R E Y

* FOR CODE F: LIGHT GREEN FOR WIRE GAUGE CODE 004 AND LIGHT YELLOW FOR WIRE GAUGE CODE 001.

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INSULATION COLOR CODE H OR J

FOR INSULATION COLOR CODE H OR J: CABLE INSULATION IS LIGHT BLUE FOR WIRE GAUGE CODES 002/006/012/030. CABLE INSULATION IS WHITE FOR OTHER WIRE GAUGE CODES.

NUMBER OF CORES IN CABLES 5 * FOR CODE J: WHITE BLACK * LIGHT BLUE YELLOW RED

COLORS DARK GREEN

INSULATION COLOR CODE R:

NUMBER OF CORES IN CABLES 2 3 WHITE WHITE WHITE

COLORS BLUE BLUE BLUE YELLOW YELLOW GREEN

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FOR EN2 346 AND EN4608, THERE IS NO INSULATION COLOR CODE IN THE P/N IDENTIFICATION. THE TABLE THAT FOLLOWS GIVES THE COLOR OF THE STRIPES STAMPED ON THE INSULATION OF THE CORES. OUTER CABLE INSULATION IS WHITE WITH RED HELICAL STRIPE.

NUMBER OF CORES IN CABLE 1 2 3 RED RED RED RED RED RED RED RED RED BLUE BLUE BLUE BLUE BLUE BLUE BLUE BLUE YELLOW

COLOR OF STRIPES

YELLOW GREEN YELLOW GREEN BLACK YELLOW GREEN BLACK BROWN YELLOW GREEN BLACK BROWN ORANGE YELLOW GREEN BLACK BROWN ORANGE PURPLE YELLOW GREEN BLACK BROWN ORANGE PURPLE GREY

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Figure 006 (Sheet 1) / 20-32-21 - Wires Identification by the Manufacturer - Insulation Color Code Table 8 - Code For EN2346 and EN4608 P/Ns

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- FOR CABLES OF A LENGTH OF LESS THAN 2000 mm (78.74 in):

2322 0121 PITCH 75 mm MAX. (2.952 in)

2322 0121

- FOR CABLES OF A LENGTH OF MORE THAN 2000 mm (78.74 in):

END (1000 mm) PITCH 75 mm (2.952 in)

CENTRAL PART PITCH 380 mm (14.96 in) NSA937201 OR NSA937203 OR E0646 SLEEVE

END (1000 mm) PITCH 75 mm (2.952 in)

- SPECIFIC CASE:

CABLE MARKING (OR SLEEVING)

2211 0187

- PRINTABLE CABLES: HOT STAMP - SINGLE CORE CABLE: E0261 CF GAUGE 24 TO 14 (ALSO GAUGE 12 TO 10 IF CABLE LENGTH IS MORE THAN 2500 mm (98.43 in)) E0262 DK GAUGE 24 TO 14 (ALSO GAUGE 12 TO 6 IF CABLE LENGTH IS MORE THAN 2500 mm (98.43 in)) - SINGLE CORE CABLE: E0261 CF GAUGE 24 TO 10 E0262 DK GAUGE 24 TO 10 E0270 SJ GAUGE 26 TO 14 E0272 TK GAUGE 26 TO 16 E0274 UD GAUGE 26 TO 16 - SCREENED CABLES

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Figure 001 (Sheet 1) / 20-32-22 - Cable Functional Identification - Example for Printable Cables

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- SINGL E CORE CABLE WITH IDENTIFICATION SLEEVE: CABLE END 2322 0122

150 mm (5.91 in) MAX. - SHEATHED MULTI-CORE CABLES: (CORES OF SAME COLOR) ONLY A300/A30 0-600/A310 : 2232 0042 2232 7122 2232 0043 2232 0041 - TWISTED CABLES WITHOUT SHEATH: (CABLES OF SAME COLOR) 2322 0051 2322 0052 2322 0053 CABLE END OR 2232 7004

2322 0051 2322 0052 2322 0053

- TWISTED CABLES WITHOUT SHEATH: (CABLES OF DIFFERENT COLOR) CABLE END 2322 0025 R 2322 0026 Y 2322 0027 B 150 mm (5.91 in) MAX. 2322 0025 R OR RED

2322 0026 Y YELLOW 2322 0027 B BLUE

RED 2322 0025 R 0026 Y 0027 B YELLOW BLUE OR 2322 0025

RED YELLOW BLUE

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SHEATHED MULTI-CORE CABLE: (CORES OF DIFFERENT COLORS) ONLY FOR A300/A300-600/A310 (DIFFERENT IDENTIFICATION NUMBER FOR EACH CORE)

2232 1301 R 2232 7300 2232 1302 Y 2232 1303 B

OR 2232 7300 2232 1301 R RECTO OR 2232 1302 Y 2232 1303 B VERSO

2232 7300

2232 1301 R

2232 1302 Y

2232 1303 B

OR

NOTE: WHEN THE IDENTIFICATION SLEEVE SIZE IS TOO SMALL, THE IDENTIFICATION WILL BE MARKED ON SEVERAL SLEEVES.

2232 7300

2232 1301 R

2232 1302 Y

2232 1303 B

ONLY FOR A320/A340/A380: (MUL TI-CORE CABLE AND THE PARTS HAVE THE SAME IDENTIFICATION NUMBER) RED CORE

3154 0138

BLUE CORE

YELLOW CORE
L_ES _203222_0_A FM0_01_02

Figure 003 (Sheet 1) / 20-32-22 - Cable Functional Identification - Example for Non-Printable Cables

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Customer : ACA Type : A330 Rev. Date : October 1, 2010 20-32 - IDENTIFICATION AND MARKING (Airbus)

Manual: ESPM Selected effectivity: ALL

FOR OPTICAL CABLE: BLACK WHITE E0248 LABEL

OPTICAL CABLE

FOR OPTICAL CONNECTOR: BLACK WHITE ABS0724 OR NSA931025

CAUTION : USE OF DUMMY RECEPTACLE AFTER DISCONNECTION OF OPTICAL FIBERS

FOR SPARE WIRE: BLACK WHITE

FOR TEMPEST BLACK A HARNESS (A400M): BLACK NSA937201 SLEEVE WHITE E0248 LABEL

SPARE WIRE

TEMPEST BLACK A

FOR DRAW WIRE IDENTIFICATION: BLACK DRAW WIRE WHITE NSA937201 SLEEVE

FOR COAXIAL CABLE: 250 mm (9.842 in) MAX.

CONTACT

COAXIAL CABLE ABS53 42 -01

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Figure 004 (Sheet 1) / 20-32-22 - Cable Functional Identification - Specific Identification Marking

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Customer : ACA Type : A330 Rev. Date : October 1, 2010 20-32 - IDENTIFICATION AND MARKING (Airbus)

Manual: ESPM Selected effectivity: ALL

PART NUMBER

CA CODE

L9299812500000 LB682 / 8125VB SER PL1001

VB NUMBER WHITE BACKGROUND

SERIAL NUMBER

L_ES _203223_0_A VM0_01_00

Figure 001 (Sheet 1) / 20-32-23 - Harness Functional Identification - Example of Identification on Harness

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Customer : ACA Type : A330 Rev. Date : October 1, 2010 20-32 - IDENTIFICATION AND MARKING (Airbus)

Manual: ESPM Selected effectivity: ALL

L_ES _203223_0_A SM0_01_00

Figure 002 (Sheet 1) / 20-32-23 - Harness Functional Identification - Example of Marking on Harnesses

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Customer : ACA Type : A330 Rev. Date : October 1, 2010 20-32 - IDENTIFICATION AND MARKING (Airbus)

Manual: ESPM Selected effectivity: ALL

EXAMPL E OF IDENTIFICATION WITH E0683 (FOR A318/A319/A320 AND A321 ONLY):

A
C10/PL 1S/1SF/1SL

HARNESS

AREA NOT PRINTED

PRINTED AREA

A
IDENTIFICATION LABEL E0683 PRINTED AREA

A A
POSITION ON HARNESS: - HARNESSES ROUTED FROM TOP TO BOTTOM OF AIRCRAFT:

MARKER TOWARDS TOP REFERENCE AXIS 10 mm (0.3937 in) CLAMP HARNESS

- HARNESSES ROUTED FROM FRONT TO REAR OF AIRCRAFT: 10 mm (0.3937 in)

MARKER TOWARDS FRONT OF AIRCRAFT

FORWARD

CLAMP REFERENCE AXIS

- HARNESSES ROUTED ACROSS AIRCRAFT: REFERENCE AXIS MARKER TOWARDS RH SIDE OF AIRCRAFT

CLAMP RH SIDE 10 mm (0.3937 in)


L_ES _203223_0_A AM0_01_02

Figure 003 (Sheet 1) / 20-32-23 - Harness Functional Identification - Identification with E0683 Description and Installation (for A318/A319/A320/A321 only)

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Customer : ACA Type : A330 Rev. Date : October 1, 2010 20-32 - IDENTIFICATION AND MARKING (Airbus)

Manual: ESPM Selected effectivity: ALL

EXAMPLE OF IDENTIFICATION WITH E0248-6H (FOR A330/A340 AND A380 ONLY): CABLE TIE NSA935401

HARNESS

1S/1SF/1S1

IDENTIFICATION LABEL E0248-6H (YELLOW)

POSITION ON HARNESS: - HARNESSES ROUTED FROM TOP TO BOTTOM OF AIRCRAFT:

E0248-6 H

CLAMP NSA5516

40 mm 10 m m 1.575 in 0.394 in

REFERENCE AXIS POSITIONING FLAG ABS5342 (BLUE) 10 mm 0.394 in

- HARNESSES ROUTED FROM FRONT TO REAR OF AIRCRAFT: * OR ACROSS AIRCRAFT: ** POSITIONING FLAG ABS5342 (BLUE) F35 FR35 REFERENCE AXIS 10 mm 0.394 in E0 24 8-6H

FORWARD *

1S/1SF/1S1 RH SIDE ** 40 mm 10 m m 1.575 in 0.394 in

L_ES _203223_0_A FM0_01_02

Figure 004 (Sheet 1) / 20-32-23 - Harness Functional Identification - Positioning and Identification with E0248 Description and Installation (for A330/A340 and A380 only)

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Customer : ACA Type : A330 Rev. Date : October 1, 2010 20-32 - IDENTIFICATION AND MARKING (Airbus)

Manual: ESPM Selected effectivity: ALL

1. CUT A PIECE OF THE TAPE TO A LENGTH RELATED TO THE DIAMETER OF THE OPTICAL CABLES. 10 mm FOLDING AXIS (0.394 in)

ADHESIVE SIDE

FOLDING AXIS

10 mm (0.394 in)

2. FOLD DOWN THE ENDS OF THE TAPE.

10 mm (0.394 in)

3. INSTALL THE OPTICAL CABLES IN THE MIDDLE OF THE TAPE. OPTICAL CABLES

4. PUT THE TWO SIDES OF THE TAPE TOGETHER TO BOND IT. TO REMOVE THE TAPE, PULL THE ENDS OF THE TAPE TO UNBOND THE FLAG.

FLAG e.g.ABS534 2-02

L_ES _203223_0_A PM0_01_00

Figure 005 (Sheet 1) / 20-32-23 - Harness Functional Identification - Flag Installation on Optical Cables

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Customer : ACA Type : A330 Rev. Date : October 1, 2010 20-32 - IDENTIFICATION AND MARKING (Airbus)

Manual: ESPM Selected effectivity: ALL

EXAMPLE OF IDENTIFICATION ON DYNAMIC HARNESSES:

HINGE E0248 (WHITE) ASNA5107 ASNA5107 E0248 (WHITE)

CLAMP AXIS HARNESS

CLAMP AXIS

DOOR

STRUCTURE

LABEL INSTALLATION ON SPLIT CONDUIT EN6049 -006 /007: SPLIT CONDUIT EN6049-006/007

ROUTE IDENTIFICATION FOR SPARE CONDUITS:

SPARE CONDUIT 1M HARNESS LABEL ABS5342 E0248

FOR Q ROUTES SPECIAL IDENTIFICATION MARKINGS WITH PRE-PRINTED LABEL ABS1475: SUPPORT AS PER E0248 (WHITE)

CAUTION

RED MARKING
L_ES_203223_0_AJM0_01_03

Figure 006 (Sheet 1) / 20-32-23 - Harness Functional Identification - Identification/Positioning

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Customer : ACA Type : A330 Rev. Date : October 1, 2010 20-32 - IDENTIFICATION AND MARKING (Airbus)

Manual: ESPM Selected effectivity: ALL

E0248 LABEL (WHITE, YELLOW OR PINK COLORED) E0248

5HA

ITEM LABEL TO PRINT CONDITIONING SUPPORT TIE-WRAP NSA93540 1

NSA937201 SLEEVE (WHITE OR PINK COLORED)

NSA937203 OR E0646 (EX NSA93720 4) SLEEVES (UNICUT) (YELLOW COLORED) 1

NUMBER OR LETTER ONE OR TWO CHARACTERS

E0470 ADHESIVE LABEL (WHITE OR PINK COLORED) ONE FACE TO STAMP THE FIN OTHER FACE SELF ADHESIVE

4713VC

L_ES_203251_0_AAM0_01_01

Figure 001 (Sheet 1) / 20-32-51 - Electrical Item Functional-Identification - Marking Types E0248, E0470, E0646 (ex NSA937204), NSA937201, NSA937203

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Customer : ACA Type : A330 Rev. Date : October 1, 2010 20-32 - IDENTIFICATION AND MARKING (Airbus)

Manual: ESPM Selected effectivity: ALL

IDENTIFICATION OF UNPLUGGED VENTILATION HOLES

VENTILATION HOLES

IDENTIFICATION LINES

FILLED HOLES

L_ES _203251_0_A BM0_01_00

Figure 002 (Sheet 1) / 20-32-51 - Electrical Items Functional Identification - Unplugged ventilation holes

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Customer : ACA Type : A330 Rev. Date : October 1, 2010 20-32 - IDENTIFICATION AND MARKING (Airbus)

Manual: ESPM Selected effectivity: ALL

IDENTIFICATION OF EQUIPMENT OR STANDARD ITEM

FUNCTIONAL DESIGNATION LABEL

FUNCTIONAL IDENTIFICATION NUMBER

EQUIPMENT OR STANDARD ITEM

EQUIPMENT OR STANDARD ITEM

IDENTIFICATION OF EQUIPMENT ON SUPPORT PLATE

1PU1 T R- 1 1PU1.A 2RN4.A ACP-AVNCS COMPT

2RN4

GENERAL CASE

ALTERNATIVE CASE ONLY IF THE LABEL ON THE STRUCTURE IS DIFFICULT TO READ

L_ES _203251_0_A PM0_01_00

Figure 003 (Sheet 1) / 20-32-51 - Electrical Item Functional-Identification - Installation

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Customer : ACA Type : A330 Rev. Date : October 1, 2010 20-32 - IDENTIFICATION AND MARKING (Airbus)

Manual: ESPM Selected effectivity: ALL

IDENTIFICATION OUTSIDE VU

VU 103VU

1660VCA 103VU ELECTRICAL HARNESS 1160VC IDENTIFICATION PLATE AIRCRAFT AND CONSTITUENT ASSEMBLIES NSA9117

FOR EQUIPMENT RACK (ARINC 600/404) 1XG.A 220VC

220VC.A 92VU

1XG SHELF RACK + EQUIPMENT

1XG GPCU

92VU

FOR RESISTORS, DIODES, CONDENSERS ON MODULE

IDENTIFICATION LABEL (ABS0724 OR ASNE0470) MODULE

END PLATE

THE EL ECTRICAL COM PONENTS ARE PLACED ON EITHER SIDE OF THE END PLATE FRONT VIEW TOP VIEW
L_ES _203251_0_ARM0_01_00

Figure 004 (Sheet 1) / 20-32-51 - Electrical Item Functional-Identification - Installation

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Customer : ACA Type : A330 Rev. Date : October 1, 2010 20-32 - IDENTIFICATION AND MARKING (Airbus)

Manual: ESPM Selected effectivity: ALL

- IDENTIFICATION OF PLUGS

(V C-A)

5 VC- A

IDENTIFICATION SLEEVE NSA937201

- IDENTIFICATION OF NON REMOVABLE SPLICES: SPLICE GROUP (MAX. 4)

VS1 VS2

E0248

E0248 SPLICE GROUP

- IDENTIFICATION OF DIODES AND REMOVABLE SPLICES: DIODE OR SPLICE VC OR VCA IDENTIFICATION SLEEVE NSA937201

- IDENTIFICATION OF PRESSURE SEALS PANEL

E0248

E0248

ADHESIVE LABELS (E0470) ON EACH SIDE OF THE PANEL

L_ES _203251_0_ADM0_01_00

Figure 005 (Sheet 1) / 20-32-51 - Electrical Item Functional-Identification - Examples of Marking

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Customer : ACA Type : A330 Rev. Date : October 1, 2010 20-32 - IDENTIFICATION AND MARKING (Airbus)

Manual: ESPM Selected effectivity: ALL

L_ES _203251_0_B AM0_01_00

Figure 006 (Sheet 1) / 20-32-51 - Electrical Item Functional Identification - Examples of Marking on Harnesses

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Customer : ACA Type : A330 Rev. Date : October 1, 2010 20-32 - IDENTIFICATION AND MARKING (Airbus)

Manual: ESPM Selected effectivity: ALL

- IDENTIFICATION OF OPTICAL CONNECTORS:

BLACK

WHITE ABS0724 OR NSA931025

CAUTION USE OF DUMMY RECEPTACLE AFTER DISCONNECTION OF OPTICAL FIBERS

- FUEL ROUTING:

RED

WHITE

FUEL TANK HARNESS ONLY

L_ES_203251_0_AEM0_01_01

Figure 007 (Sheet 1) / 20-32-51 - Electrical Item Functional-Identification - Examples of Marking

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Customer : ACA Type : A330 Rev. Date : October 1, 2010 20-32 - IDENTIFICATION AND MARKING (Airbus)

Manual: ESPM Selected effectivity: ALL

E0470 ADHESIVE LABEL STAMPED "5HA"

E0646MF (EX NSA937204MF) SLEEVES (UNICUT) E0248 LABEL WITH NSA935401 CABLE TIE 1 2 5 10 EQUIPMENT 1 2 4SX VN VC PANEL E0646MF (EX NSA937207MF) SLEEVES (UNICUT) ADHESIVE LABEL E0470 CIRCULAR CONNECTOR (VC) VT MODULAR TERMINAL BLOCK (VT)

5HA

L_ES _203251_0_A GM0_01_01

Figure 008 (Sheet 1) / 20-32-51 - Electrical Item Functional-Identification - Example of Marking in Small VUs

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