NAVY MIL-STD-2003A: ELECTRIC PLANT INSTALLATION STANDARD METHODS FOR SURFACE SHIPS AND SUBMARINES
DOD Adopted ANSI Approved Approved
This standard covers shipboard installation requirements for electrical cable, equipment, penetrations, cableways, and connectors. This standard consists of this general standard and five parts as follows:
Part 1 (Cable) Preparation and end-sealing, entry to equipment and connectors, repair and splicing.
Part 2 (Equipment) Equipment mounting, switchboard mounting, battery equipment, casualty power, and shore power.
Part 3 (Penetrations) Swage tubes, stuffing tubes, kickpipes, surface ships and submarines, hull penetration, and general.
Part 4 (Cableways) General, submarine, surface ship and cable protection.
Part 5 (Connectors) Cable and conductor preparation in accordance with MIL-C-81511, MIL-DTL-5015, MIL-DTL-26482, MIL-DTL-28840, MIL-DTL-22992, and MIL-DTL-38999 connectors.
Application. Electrical plant installation methods parts 1 through 5 are to be used by all installing activities. These parts do not identify ship or type, but do establish minimum standards of acceptance for Naval ships. It is the responsibility of the user activity to determine which part satisfies their requirements. It does not authorize relaxation of any requirement specifically invoked by new construction, conversion, overhaul, or refurbishment contracts. In instances where deviated design requirements (for example, ship type, ship class, and so forth) conflict, the requirements of this standard govern. Any deviation for electric plant installation identified in this standard is to be submitted to NAVSEA 05Z3 for resolution.
- Battery equipment
- Cable lead preparation
- Casualty power
- Connection preparation
- Double banking
- Equipment entry
- Multi-cable transits
- Shore power
- Stuffing tubes
- Switchboard mounting
- Water blocked
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