NASA Parts Selection List
2.0 ABOUT THIS DOCUMENT
2.1 General:The NPSL is a selection tool providing designers with a list of EEE parts intended to meet system design requirements and NASA Parts Program quality/reliability levels. It is not mandatory that the parts listed herein be the only selections used to design a system, but if a particular function is needed and a suitable part is listed, the NASA EEE Parts Assurance Group (NEPAG) recommends the listed part as the first order of precedence for selection. Selecting a part from the NPSL may provide cost savings/avoidance for the project because:
The parts listed are approved for use only if NASA flight project approval is given. The document lists parts according to established quality assurance levels and NASA Parts Program knowledge of the product and manufacturer such as qualification history, GIDEP and failure trends, and delivery performance. This combination allows NEPAG to make a technical assessment of the quality, availability, capability and reliability and to list parts at a corresponding quality level within this document.
2.2 World Wide Web Access to the NPSL
The NPSL has been developed and will be maintained as an on-line World Wide Web homepage accessible via http://nepp.nasa.gov/npsl. The primary objectives of using the WWW as the platform for maintaining the NPSL are to:
Users will have to access the NPSL on-line and be able to download the document if a printout is desired.
2.3 Configuration Management
Appendix A (when released) will contain guidelines for derating parts. In general, these guidelines are accepted by NEPAG for use on all projects. Flight projects may elect to further develop these guidelines into requirements. Appendix A may not contain derating criteria for all part types, but guidelines provided can be used as a baseline for project derating requirements.
Appendix B is a repository of useful WWW links to additional parts information databases which can be accessed to support parts selection and application issues.
|NEPP Program Manager:||Michael Sampson|
|Responsible NASA Official:||Michael Sampson|
|Website Comments:||Web Development Team|
|Last Modified:||September 11, 2001|
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