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NASA Parts Selection List

3.0 USING THIS DOCUMENT

The NPSL has been structured into four primary sections to facilitate finding the information of interest:

The Parts Listings by Commodity Type Sections contains the actual part selection listings. The part types which will be covered in the NPSL consist of advanced packaging technologies such as MCMs and the commodities defined as electrical, electronic, and electromechanical (EEE) parts. The commodity types are listed below according to the Federal Stock Classification (FSC) system.

Part Types

FSC

 

 

Capacitors

5910

Circuit Breakers

5925

Connectors

5935

Crystals and Crystal Oscillators

5955

Fiber Optics

60GP

Filters

5915

Fuses

5920

Inductors

5950

Microcircuits (Monolithic and Hybrid)

5962

Relays

5945

Resistors

5905

Semiconductors (Diode and Transistor)

5961

Thermistors

5905

Transformers

5950

Wire and Cable

6145

Within each commodity class the parts are listed in order by procurement specifications in existence as NASA, DoD, or other space agency (e.g. ESA or JAXA) specifications. The part listing for each specification begins with a detailed explanation of the part numbering system. These explanations and the part listings which follow help the user "build" the appropriate part number for the project application. General functional descriptions and generic part number cross-references are provided to assist the user in matching functionality. The part quality levels, radiation tolerance levels (if known), and the available manufacturer sources are also identified.

Although extensive efforts have been made to maintain the accuracy of the supplier information within the part listings, users are encouraged to refer to the Defense Logistics Agency Land and Maritime www site for more current information on qualified sources for a wide range of military specifications for EEE parts, http://www.landandmaritime.dla.mil/programs/qmlqpl/. DLA Land and Maritime is the Department of Defense agency responsible for certifying suppliers of many of the US military specifications for EEE parts. At this site, users can download the latest Qualified Products List (QPL) or Qualified Manufacturing List (QML) for the part type of interest.

 


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