Electrical Control Equipment
Includes: Includes Contactors; Motor Controllers; Power Servomechanisms; Switchgear; Voltage Regulators.
Excludes: Excludes Automatic Pilot Mechanisms; Relays; Resistors.
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Stock Items From Supply Class 6110 codified by United States (US) starting at NIIN 000000000Next Page
Supply Items Included in Federal Supply Class 6110
CONTACT SET,MOTOR STARTER
A grouping of two or more STARTER, MOTOR contacts. Excludes CONTACT ASSEMBLY, ELECTRICAL.
CONTACT SET,VOLTAGE REGULATOR
A grouping of two or more separate voltage regulator contacts. Excludes CONTACT ASSEMBLY, ELECTRICAL.
A component within a single inclosure or provided with a single mounting specifically designed to control automatically the voltage output of an electrical system within certain required limits, regardless of variations of the effective load or of input voltages within a specific range. Does not include items in which regulation is accomplished solely by transformer action. See also REGULATOR SET, VOLTAGE. Excludes REGULATOR, ENGINE GENERATOR.
A maintenance part of a carbon pile voltage regulator, usually having a specific ohmic value.
A device operated by electromechanical means which functions to bring to rest mechanically and/or hold at rest a load.
VOLTAGE REGULATOR SUBASSEMBLY
Two or more different types of items having a common mounting or mounted on each other which together form a portion of a voltage regulator but which in itself is not a complete functioning item and cannot be assigned a more definite item name.
COVER,ELECTRIC MOTOR GOVERNOR
A regulator that automatically controls the current output of an electric system within a specific range regardless of the variation of the effective load or input current values. Does not include items in which regulation is accomplished solely by transformer action. See also TRANSFORMER, POWER (as modified). Excludes REGULATOR, ENGINE GENERATOR.
A device which, in addition to starting and stopping a motor, performs one or more of the following functions: reverses the rotation, selects the speed, and/or regulates the speed of a motor. Includes items of this type whose design provides means for operation with a rheostat or speed regulator which may be integral or included. Items such as drum switches may be included. See also STARTER, MOTOR.
A device primarily designed to control the supply circuit(s) of a motor in order to accelerate the motor from rest to normal speed. Includes manual starters with overload protection and manual, automatic or semiautomatic starters consisting of combinations of items such as relays, resistors, switches, circuit breakers, and the like. Excludes RELAY-SWITCH; CIRCUIT BREAKER; SWITCH (as modified) and RELAY (as modified). For devices, which in addition to starting and stopping, reverse, select and/or regulate the speed of a motor, see CONTROLLER (as modified).
Two or more components and items specifically designed to automatically maintain a voltage output within certain required limits. May include operating spares. Does not include items in which regulation is accomplished solely by transformer action.
A panel designed for connecting, disconnecting and protecting power line feeders and/or direct control of specific electric devices such as lights, motors, electronic equipment, and the like. See also FUSE BOX; SWITCH BOX; DISTRIBUTION BOX; and PANEL,POWER BUS,CURCUIT BREAKER.
A switchboard with associated framework and/or inclosures which controls the selection and/or distribution of electric power.
An item which determines the mode of operation of one or more remote switches or switch assemblies or of an electrical switching system. If the item also includes an operational control indicator, use CONTROL-INDICATOR. See also CONTROL, ROTARY SWITCH.
A panel which is specifically designed to provide one or more kinds of protection for any or all equipment used in an electrical system. Protection provided may be such as differential current protection, reverse phase sequence connection protection, over-excitation protection, under-speed protection, over-voltage protection, fault protection, under-voltage protection, surge protection, etc. May control the generator(s) operation. Incorporates into a single item the system protection formerly placed at various points in the electrical system. For panels designed for the protection of power line feeders only, see PANEL, POWER DISTRIBUTION and PANEL, FUSE. For items designed to transfer the load from one power source to an alternate power source, see SWITCHING UNIT, POWER TRANSFER.
CASE,POWER DISTRIBUTION PANEL
Two or more voltage regulators on a common mounting or mounted on each other. May include containing box or housing, fuses, terminals, receptacles, internal wiring or external leads.
A component having the dual functions of a power supply and a synchronizer. The power supply must be used to supply power to one or more associated major components and may also supply power to the synchronizer.
An item which controls an electrical power source to maintain a constant output frequency by electrically comparing the generated frequency with a standard frequency.
A regulator specifically designed to control automatically the frequency output of an alternating current generator within certain required limits, regardless of variations of the effective load or of input frequency within a specific range. Does not include items in which regulation is accomplished solely by transformer action.
REGULATOR,VOLTAGE AND FREQUENCY
A regulator specifically designed to control automatically the voltage and frequency output of an alternating current generator within certain required limits, regardless of variations of the effective load or of input voltage or frequency within a specific range. Does not include items in which regulation is accomplished solely by transformer action.
SWITCHING UNIT,POWER TRANSFER
An item that is electrically operated to transfer automatically the load from one power source to an alternate power source. May have provisions for emergency manual operation. For manually operated power transfer units, see SWITCH, BOX.
A device which determines the mode of operation of a generator. See also PANEL, POWER DISTRIBUTION.
An item which is rigid or semirigid, flat and generally smooth. Its thickness is small in comparison to both its length and width, and it is designed to be part of an electrical motor starter.
PARTS KIT,POWER SWITCHBOARD
A component which presents visually the relationship between two different time intervals.
VOLTAGE REGULATOR GROUP
Two or more different types of items, having a common mounting or mounted on each other, which together form a portion of a control-indicator, but which in itself is not a complete functioning item and cannot be assigned a more definite item name.
MOTOR-TRANSMISSION CONTROL SUBASSEMBLY
Two or more different types of items having a common mounting or mounted on each other which together form a portion of a motor-transmission control but which in itself is not a complete functioning item and cannot be assigned a more definite item name.
An item mounted on a PEDAL, CONTROL or other linkage and designed to prevent slipping during actuation by the foot. The item usually consists of a rubber-like material, conforms in shape and size to the item to be covered, and can be replaced if worn.
A fibrous and/or metallic material with or without binders and/or compounds woven or molded into roll or sheet form of uniform width and thickness and may be fabricated with or without cork inserts. It is intended as the bulk material from which LINING, FRICTION may be fabricated for use on disks, shoes, or bands to provide a friction surface for transmitting, retarding, or stopping motion.
An item used specifically to perform functions such as controlling, protecting, measuring and switching for interior communication systems. May include such items as switch units, switches, variable resistors, relays, meters, fuses, synchro overload indicating devices, terminal boards, and wiring and may be sectionalized. (For the purpose of this definition, a section is defined as a self-contained structure mounted on a common base consisting of a complete framework with all required inclosures.)
An item that determines the mode of operation of a motor-generator.
A console specifically designed for control of individual elements of a switching system in accordance with a predetermined plan. May also include provisions for direct control.
An enclosure which includes mounts, and protects such items as switches, circuit breakers, jacks, fuseholders, connectors, terminals and/or terminal boards, resistors, capacitors, transformers, and the like. It is primarily designed to distribute electrical power from one or more primary power source(s) such as generator(s) and battery(ies) to one or more electrical and/or electronic item(s). It may include a cover or door. For enclosures which include only circuit breakers, switches, jacks, fuseholders, terminals and/or terminal boards, see CIRCUIT BREAKER BOX; SWITCH BOX; JACK BOX; FUSE BOX and TERMINAL BOX. For enclosure primarily designed to interconnect two or more electrical and/or electronic items, except primary power source(s) see INTERCONNECTING BOX. For empty boxes which are designed to mount, but do not include electrical devices such as switches, jacks, fuseholders, terminals and/or terminal boards, see JUNCTION BOX. See also INTERCONNECTING CABINET; CONTROL (as modified); PANEL (1) (as modified); RELAY ASSEMBLY; PANEL, POWER DISTRIBUTION; SWITCHBOARD (as modified) and PANEL, FUSE. Excludes CONNECTOR-SWITCH.
Two or more identical knife type switches, with arcing horns, having a voltage rating of 7.5 kv or more and a current rating of not less than 400 amperes. Designed to be mechanically interlocked and gang-operated from a remote position by a lever and a rod mechanism. Each switch is mounted on a separate base to allow for variable spacing between conductors. Each switch, when installed, forms one pole of a high voltage transmission line switch. The item is used for isolating oil circuit breakers, transformer banks and for line sectionalizing.
PANEL,POWER BUS,CIRCUIT BREAKER
An inclosure which includes two or more BUS BAR and is designed to mount and protect two or more CIRCUIT BREAKER, but does not include the circuit breakers. It may include a cover from which the actuators protrude and/or a trim with a door(s). For items which include combinations of different electrical devices such as switches, jacks, fuse holders, circuit breakers, terminal boards and the like, see DISTRIBUTION BOX. For items designed to mount but which do not include electrical devices, see JUNCTION BOX.
A component which performs the dual function of furnishing essentially constant current and controlling the operation of an airport lighting system.
An item that accepts fixed voltages from test points in another component or set, and displays them in such a manner that deviation from a predetermined voltage value is readily apparent. The display is in terms of "good" and "bad" and is not in terms of voltage values. For items that display the same or similar information that is derived from a radio frequency signal input, see MONITOR, ERROR VOLTAGE. For items that indicate voltage values in either scaler or digital form, see VOLTMETER. See also INDICATOR (as modified).
An item designed to cushion a Controller to prevent skidding.
A component consisting of a box which houses a momentary push-button switch, and a rheostat to regulate light intensity, and includes necessary cables and connectors. It is used to connect a BATTERY POWER SUPPLY to a light assembly which may be an integral part of a collimator, or the like located at a remote location. The box may include a permanent magnet to facilitate attachment to a weapon, or the like. It does not include a light. Excludes CONTROL, REMOTE SWITCHING.
A collection of items, that provide power distribution switching facilities.
An item consisting of contacts, a magnetic core, and a coil with or without inclosure which is used to repeatedly establish and break a circuit. The item does not provide overload protection and is not used in line to control any other electrical controls. Excludes RELAY, ELECTROMAGNETIC and STARTER, MOTOR.l circuit. Exludes RELAY, ELECTRO-MAGNETIC and STARTER, MOTOR.
CONTACT SET,MAGNETIC CONTACTOR
A grouping of two or more separate contacts for CONTACTOR, MAGNETIC. Excludes CONTACT ASSEMBLY, ELECTRICAL.
An item designed to eliminate electrical power line disturbances, including voltage spikes, distortions, and high frequency noise, from an alternating current input to produce a clean, stabilized output. For items which change the output voltage see POWER SUPPLY. For items which do not filter or regulate the output but have overvoltage protection see CABLE ASSEMBLY, POWER, ELECTRICAL. For items which only regulate the frequency of the output see REGULATOR (1) AS MODIFIED, AND FILTER (3) as modified.
A panel, upon which are mounted such items as indicator lights, meters, relays, switches and the like, which is specifically designed for the purpose of controlling the operation of electrical and electronic equipment. See also PANEL, TEST, ELECTRICAL.
A rigid item with a flat surface. The length and width are longer dimensions, in distinction from thickness. It is designed for mounting of a CONTACTOR, MAGNETIC.
An item designed to convert electrical energy into a controlled force for the protection of certain electrical devices such as water heaters, motors, and the like.
Two or more different types of items having a common mounting or mounted on each other which together form a portion of a REGULATOR, FREQUENCY, but which in itself is not a complete functioning item and cannot be assigned a more definite item name.
An item consisting of windings or coils that, under the influence of current flowing through it, builds up a magnetic field, thus retarding or stopping the motion of moving or rotating ferrous parts.
REPAIR PARTS KIT,DEPLOYABLE MEDICAL SYSTEM
A panel which is specifically designed to permit selection of the correct voltage setting of electrical equipment. Includes terminal(s), and may include shorting-link(s) and fuse(s). Excludes PANEL, POWER DISTRIBUTION and PANEL, FUSE.
CONTROLLER,KILOWATT HOUR METER
A device intended to monitor and regulate power to individual loads after the utility company meter.
An item designed to assist in switching a BRAKE, ELECTRIC on and off. Mountings and retaining devices may be included.
A controller which is a manually operated electrical item designed to control movements and directions of a hoist. It may be cabin mounted or a component of a CONTROL STATION, HOIST or the like.
MODIFICATION KIT,ELECTRIC POWER AND DISTRIBUTION EQUIPMENT
An item or collection of items employed to modify electrical power and distribution equipment.
A controller which is a manually or remotely operated electrical item designed to control movements and directions of a winch. It may be cabin mounted, panel mounted or winch mounted.
A console specifically designed to distribute and control electrical power. It includes equipment to supply either alternating or direct current of various output characteristics.
An item which controls the output of a voltage regulator by maintaining the voltages at a constant difference.
An item that senses variation of light intensity or color changes, and processes the derived signal for application to other components.
A parts kit used with a motor controller.
A protective device specifically designed to prevent damage to an electrical motor due to failure of the motor to start, severe overloading of short duration, too frequent starting, high ambient temperature, high or low circuit voltages, failure of ventilation or any combination thereof. It is designed to be either automatically or manually reset. Excludes CIRCUIT BREAKEY; SWITCH (1), THERMOSTATIC; HEATER, THERMAL RELEASE; and RELAY (1), THERMAL.
An item that re-establishes electric power to a component(s) upon return of primary power following a temporary interruption not exceeding a predetermined time interval. The item energizes circuits of the component in accordance with a specific sequence. See also RELAY, MOTOR DRIVEN; TIMER, INTERVAL; TIMER, SEQUENTIAL and KEYER.
CONTROL BOX,GENERATOR SET
An inclosure specifically designed to mount electrical control equipment for operation of generator sets, motor-generators, and the like, such as mode switches, circuit breakers, voltmeters, regulators, terminals and/or terminal boards and the like. It is designed to be attached to the generator set or like electrical equipment. The control components may or may not be included. It may also include or mount engine instruments, and/or controls. It may include a cover or door. For inclosures which include only circuit breakers, switches, jacks, fuse holders, terminals, and/or terminal boards, see CIRCUIT BREAKER BOX; SWITCH BOX; JACK BOX; FUSE BOX; and TERMINAL BOX. For inclosures primarily designed to interconnect two or more electrical or electronics items, except primary power sources, see INTERCONNECTING BOX. Excludes JUNCTION BOX; DISTRIBUTION BOX; and CONTROL BOX, ELECTRICAL, VEHICULAR HEATER.
POWER MANAGEMENT UNIT,AIRCRAFT POD
An item which monitors and manages all the power interfaces housed in a POD, AIRCRAFT. May contain capabilities to measure and report internal temperature status during all modes of operation. External interfaces are provided for use during ground operation. Provides power conversion as well as inital start up interface. Excludes: DISTRIBUTION BOX; PANEL, POWER DISTRIBUTION.
INSTALLATION KIT,ELECTRIC POWER AND DISTRIBUTION EQUIPMENT
A collection of small parts, necessary for the installation of power and distribution equipment. Does not apply to parts kits used for repair.
A device which through a series of electrical inputs provides one or more controlled electrical outputs to a special device such as Fire Protection Control Unit or Chip Detector Power Module.
REGENERATIVE ENERGY COMPONENT,GUN
This item absorbs regenerative energy from a gun weapon system's bus. As motor brakes are applied, current is supplied by the gun weapon system and absorbed by this unit. This item performs its intended function by detecting the "positive" load current and controlling the bus voltage.
A power electronic device designed to vary the effective voltage and currentto modify the power of resistive or inductive output load while keeping the same phase of input power supply.
A control used in conjunction with compasses and gyroscopes for heading or waypoint steering. May include operator unit, display unit, connection unit, and the like.
AIR TRAFFIC CONTROL SYSTEM
A system with interface capabilities that provides Air Traffic Control (ATC) functions for launch and recovery operations. It has capabilities for tracking and the display of fused primary and secondary radar target reports, geographic charts, maps, reference points and individual aircraft flight data information. The system also provides 24 hour all weather flight operations.
Item having the dual function of one or more switch and disconnector unually gang-operated by a lever and rod mechanism. It is designed to separate and isolate an installation or an equipment from its electrical network. Exclude: SWITCH (with modifer).