TM 11-5895-856-34-13/EE640-CA-MMI-1 30/E154 CPU/TO 31 W2-2T-122-13
H78 STRING AND CONNECTOR LIST, DEFINITION OF FIELDS - Continued
Q. Will cause an equation record to be omitted from logic listing.
R. Will suppress printing the "FROM/TO" pin number in the string and connector lists.
S. Do not move record number to the ident field for an ADD transaction in the harness string and double entry only.
(Use only when adding a file.)
T. Twist wire code.
U. Not available.
V. See general notes or instruction pages.
W. Fixed wire length submitted.
X. Sequence of string is to be left as is.
Y. See general notes or instruction pages.
Z. Will suppress printing of the "FROM" pin.
10. Misc - Unless otherwise noted, the number 1 indicates a pre-wired connector.
11. Signal - An alphanumeric signal name, mnemonic where feasible, which identifies one specific function from
SPP - Denotes an available termination.
SPF - Denotes an unwired termination which has an assigned function.
SPW - Denotes a non-functional wire which is terminated at one or both ends.
SPO - Denotes a spare output of a circuit.
DNW - Indicates that a termination may not be wired.
SPA - Denotes an unassigned circuit, as one of a group on a printed circuit board.
SPI - Denotes a spare input of a circuit.
SPG - Denotes an unassigned logic gate, as one of a group on a printed circuit board.
SPR - Denotes a spare resistor.
SPD - Denotes an unassigned input diode of an assigned logic gate.
12. Seq No. - A number which, in conjunction with SIGNAL, allows a signal string to be consistently printed in a given
13. Equation - A mnemonic name assigned to each gate of an element.
14. Term - An "OR" function composed of one or more factors.
15. Factor - A specific input to a logical gate or active element.
16. Ckt or Chip Type - Denotes a specific circuit board type.
17. Group - Denotes a specific circuit on a printed circuit board.
18. Load or Power Plane - Denotes the current draw in milliamps by a specific circuit or voltage.
19. AND Test Point - Denotes the input test point for a specific circuit on a printed circuit board.
20. OR Test Point - Denotes the output test point for a specific circuit on a circuit board.
21. Signal Description - A written description or name of a signal or voltage.
22. ECO No. - A letter number combination to show the Engineering Change Order level of that particular wire list
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