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Subject Figure or
Table No.
Page
A
An alternate method of lacing 9-103
Appliance entrance 9-34
Applying terminal lugs 9-90
Arrangements for sealing cable ends in molded packing size A(DCOP-3, MCOS-2) 9-31 9-67
Arrangements for sealing cable ends in molded packing size A(FCOP-3, TCOP-4) 9-32 9-68
Arrangements for sealing cable ends in molded packing size A(TCOP-3, DCOP-4) 9-33 9-69
Arrangements for sealing cable ends in molded packing size A(TSGA-3, TSGA-4) 9-41 9-77
Arrangements for sealing cable ends in molded packing size A(TTHFWA-3, 325-CL) 9-42 9-78
Arrangements for sealing cable ends in molded packing size A(Transducer cable for AN/BQN-1) 9-43 9-79
Arrangements for sealing cable ends in molded packing size B(TCOP-6, TCOP-9) 9-35 9-71
Arrangements for sealing cable ends in molded packing size B(FCOP-4, FCOP-9) 9-36 9-72
Arrangements for sealing cable ends in molded packing size B(MCOS-4, MHFF-4) 9-37 9-73
Arrangements for sealing cable ends in molded packing size B(MHFF-7, MCSP-6) 9-38 9-74
Arrangements for sealing cable ends in molded packing size B(TSGA-9, DSGA-14) 9-44 9-80
Arrangements for sealing cable ends in molded packing size B(325-K) 9-45 9-81
Arrangements for sealing cable ends in molded packing size C(DCOP-14, TCOP-14) 9-39 9-75
Arrangements for sealing cable ends in molded packing size C(MHFF-10, MHFF-14) 9-40 9-76
Arrangements for sealing cable ends in molded packing size C(TSGA-14, TTRSA-2) 9-46 9-82
Arrangements for sealing cable ends in molded packing size C(TTRSA-4, TTRSA-6) 9-47 9-83
Arrangements for sealing cable ends in molded packing size C(TTRSA-2, TTRSA-4) 9-50 9-86
Arrangements for sealing cable ends in molded packing size C(TTRSA-6, 325-AP) 9-51 9-87
 
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Subject Figure or
Table No.
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A
Arrangements for sealing cable ends in molded packing size D(TSGA-23, TSGA-30) 9-48 9-84
Arrangements for sealing cable ends in molded packing size D(TSGA-40) 9-49 9-85
Arrangements for sealing cable ends in molded packing size E(TTRSA 8, TTRSA-10) 9-52 9-88
Arrangements for sealing cable ends in molded packing size E(TTRSA-8, TTRSA-10) 9-53 9-89
Arranging cables in wireways 9-12 9-33
B
Basic cable installation data 9-3
Cable bends 9-3
Cable connections 9-3
Cable entrances 9-3
Passing through decks and bulkheads 9-3
Supporting cable on decks and bulkheads 9 -3
Bending Cable 9-31
Bending - handling cable 9-31
Bends 9 -103
Breakouts 9-103
C
Cable bends - basic cable installation data 9-3
Cable clamps, commercial type, formed sheet steel 9-15 9-39
Cable comparison chart, table of 9-1 9-6
Cable connection-basic cable installation data 9-3
Cable entrances-basic cable installation data 9-3
Cable service ratings 9-4
General cable ratings 9-4
Isolated cable ratings 9-4
Restricted cable ratings 9-4
Cable strap formation 9-l1 9-30
Cable Types:
DCOP-2, 3, 4, 6, 14, 23, 30 9-1f 9-12
DHFA-3, 4, 9, 14, 23, 30 9-1a 9-7
DHFR-4 9-1d 9-10
DHOF-3, 4, 6, 9, 14, 23, 30 9-1g 9-13
DRHLA-4 9-1d 9-10
 
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Subject Figure or
Table No.
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C
DRLL-4 9-1d 9-10
DSGA-3, 4, 9, 14, 23, 30 9-1b 9-8
DSS-2, 3 9-1d 9-10
FCOP-3, 4, 9 9-1f 9-12
FHFA-3, 4 9-1a 9-7
FHOF-3, 4, 9 9-1g 9-13
FSGA-3, 4, 9 9-1b 9-8
FSS-2 9-1d 9-10
MCOP-7, 10, 14, 19, 22, 26, 30, 37, 44 9-1h 9-14
MCOS-2, 4, 6, 7 9-1h 9-14
MCSP-6 9-1d 9-10
MHFA-7, 10, 14, 19, 24, 30, 37, 44 9-1a 9-7
MHFF-2, 4, 7, 10, 14, 19, 24, 30, 37, 44 9-1h 9-14
MSCA-7, 10, 14, 19, 24, 30, 37, 44 9-1b 9-8
MSS-6 9-1d 9-10
PBLW-4 9-1d 9-10
SHFA-3, 4, 9, 14, 23, 30 9-1a 9-7
SHFR-4 9-1d 9-10
SRHLA-4 9-1d 9-10
SSGA-3, 4, 9, 14, 23, 30 9-1b 9-8
TCOP-2, 3, 4, 6, 9, 14, 23, 30 9-1f 9-12
THFA-3, 4, 9, 14, 23, 30 9-1a 9-1
THFR-4 9-1d 9-10
THOF-3, 4, 6, 9, 14, 23 9-1g 9-13
TSGA-3, 4, 9, 14, 23, 30 9-1b 9-8
TSS-4 9-1d 9-10
TTHFWA-1-1/2, 3, 5, 10, 15, 20, 30, 40, 50, 60 9-1c 9-9
TTRS-2, 4, 6, 8, 10, 12, 16 9-1c 9-11
TTRSA-2, 4, 6, 8, 10, 12, 16 9-1c 9-11
Cables for repeated flexing service - types of cable 9-1
Choosing cable size 9-4
Choosing proper size and calculating voltage drop 9-4
Classification 9-41
Coaxial line-TTRSA coupler 9-56 9-96
Color banding 9-40
Color identification, table of 9-4 9-47
Conductor marking 9-41
D
Definitions 9-41
Designation of conductor size 9-3
 
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Subject Figure or
Table No.
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E
Electronic cable designations 9-40
Electronic systems, table of 9-3 9-42
End sealing 9-59
F
Features of Aircraft Marine Products solderless terminal 9-54 9-91
G
General cable ratings-cable service ratings 9-4
General description 9-1
Grouping cables 9-32
H
Handling cable 9-31
Bending 9-31
Low temperature 9-31
Heat and flame resistant cables - types of cables 9-1
I
Identification of cables 9-40
Installation in wireways 9-31
Installing cable straps and hangers 9-20
Interior communication and fire control systems, table of 9-3d 9-45
Introduction 9-1
Introduction - installation in wireways 9-31
Introduction - lacing and binding 9-98
Introduction - numbering cables and conductors 9-40
Introduction - preparing for installation 9-49
Isolated cable ratings- cable service ratings 9-4
L
Lacing 9-103
Lacing and binding 9-98
 
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Subject Figure or
Table No.
Page
L
Lacing materials 9-98
Lacing shuttle 9-58 9-99
Lamp or buzzer and battery-tests after installation 9-92
Laying cables in wireways 9-32
Length of cord 9-98
Low temperatures - handling cable 9-31
M
Mathematical means of determining cable length 9-17
Maximum allowable length of cable run for a given load with a 2% voltage drop 9-2 9-16
Method of lacing at a bend 9-65 9-107
Method of lacing at breakout 9-63 9-105
Method of lacing cables using individual bindings 9-66 9-108
Method of lacing where cables divide into branches 9-64 9-106
Method of lacing where two or more cables run together 9-68 9-110
Method of making straps 9-20
Method of supporting cable using channel 9-9 9-28
Method of supporting multiple rows of cables on steel decks 9-5 9-23
Method of supporting a single row of cables on steel decks and WT bulkheads 9-4 9-23
Method of supporting two rows of cables on steel bulkheads 9-6 9-24
Method of supporting two rows of cables on steel bulkheads having insulation 9-7 9-25
Method of terminating the lace 9-67 9-109
Method of lacing and binding 9-98
Methods of making up cable ends, cable entering bottom of enclosure 9-14 9-38
Methods of making up cable ends-enclosed equipment WT and NWT 9-24 9-60
Methods of making up cable ends-open equipment 9-25 9-61
Methods of running cables through NWT bulkheads 9-13 9-35
 
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Subject Figure or
Table No.
Page
M
Methods of supporting cables 9-3 9-22
Methods of supporting single cables 9-2 9-21
Mounting cable straps 9-20
Multiple conductor cable designations 9-3
N
Navy standard color code for conductors, table of 9-5 9-48
Navy type TTRS and TTRSA cables-method of finishing ends of shielded pairs 9-57 9-97
Numbering cables and conductors 9-40
NWT bulkheads - passing through bulkheads 9-34
O
Other cable types - types of cables 9-2
P
Passing through bulkheads 9-34
NWT bulkheads 9-34
WT bulkheads 9-34
Passing through decks and bulkheads-basic cable installation data 9-3
Preparing for installation 9-49
Purpose of lacing and binding 9-98
R
Reduced diameter cables-types of cables 9-1
Removing armor from cable 9-17 9-51
9-18 9-52
Removing insulation from cable 9-19
thru
9-23
9-54
thru
9-58
Removing the armor 9-49
Resistivity vs. temperature 9-1 9-18
Restricted cable ratings-cable service ratings 9-4
Running the lace 9-62 9-104
S
Selection of cable size 9-3
 
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Subject Figure or
Table No.
Page
S
Spares 9-98
Special cable considerations 9-95
Starting 9-98
Starting a lace with a lock stitch 9-61 9-102
Starting the lace with a square knot and two lock stitches 9-60 9-101
Stripping insulation 9-53
Stud secured by the welding process 9-8 9-26
Supporting cable on decks and bulkheads - basic cable installation data 9-3
T
Tags 9-41
Telephone headsets-test after installation 9-92
Telephone hitch 9-59 9-100
Termination 9-103
Test for continuity-tests after installation 9-92
Test for grounded conductors-tests after installation 9-92
Test for shorted conductors-tests after installation 9-92
Tests after installation 9-92
Lamp or buzzer and battery 9-92
The meg-ohmmeter 9-92
Telephone headsets 9-92
Test for continuity 9-92
Test for grounded conductors 9-92
Test for shorted conductors 9-92
The meg-ohmmeter-tests after installation 9-92
Types of cables 9-1
Cables for repeated flexing 9-1
Heat and flame resistant cables 9-1
Other cable types 9-2
Reduced diameter cables 9-1
Watertight and non-watertight cable 9-2
Typical assembly of molded packing in tube 9-26
thru
9-30
9-62
thru
9-66
Typical cable tags 9-16 9-46
Typical kickpipe assembly cable supports 9-10 9-29
 
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Subject Figure or
Table No.
Page
T
Typical methods of measuring insulation resistance of cable circuit 9-55 9-94
Two or more cables 9-103
U
Use of table 9-2-maximum allowable length of cable run for a given load with a 2% voltage drop 9-17
Utilization of spares 9-20
W
Watertight and non-watertight cable-types of cables 9-2
WT bulkheads - passing through bulkheads 9-34
 
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