Electronic Supply Chain Solutions was recently asked about National Stock Number acronyms and thought we would share what some of those letters mean.
ESCS shares this National Stock Number Glossary and takes no responcibility for its accuracy.
•AAC (Acquisition Advice Code): A table of codes and explanation of each indicating how and under what restrictions an item will be acquired. Reference: DoD 4100.39-M, Volume 10, Chapter 3, Table 58.
•Cage (Commercial and Government Entity Code): Any reference number entered into the Federal Catalog System will have a CAGE Code assigned to it prior to entering the central catalog file. The CAGE Code is a five character data element assigned to establishments which are manufacturers or have design control of items of supply procured by the Federal Government. The first and last positions of a CAGE Code will be numeric. Under certain conditions revision actions shall be initiated by DLIS: When a CAGE Code is cancelled and replaced by a code assigned to a single manufacturer; or when DLIS cannot determine, without collaboration, which items formerly manufactured by a defunct organization are now manufactured by the acquiring organization(s).
•CIIC (Controlled Inventory Item Code): A one position alphanumeric code that indicates the security classification and/or security risk or pilferage controls for storage and transportation of department of defense (DOD) assets. In accordance with NAVSUP P-485, VOLUME II, APPENDIX 9, PART D; DA PAM 708-2, TABLE 3-9; AND DOD 4100.39-M, VOLUME 10, TABLE 61. A code which delineates the specific category of required Item Management Coding (IMC). Reference: DoD 4100.39-M, Volume 10, Chapter 3, Table 137.
•Clear Text Reply: A listing of replies (data items) applicable to a requirement or group of requirements derived from a single data element. Each reply in the table is assigned a different reply code.
•CRITL Code (Criticality Code): A table of codes which indicates when an item is technically critical by reason of tolerance, fit restrictions, application, nuclear hardness properties, or other characteristics which affect identification of the item. Reference: DoD 4100.39-M, Volume 10, Chapter 3, Table 181.
•DML (Demilitarization): A table of codes instructing the user on method and degree of demilitarizing items when required. Reference: DoD 4100.39-M, Volume 10, Chapter 3, Table 38.
•DEMIL Code: A one position alpha code that identifies items requiring demilitarization and the type of demilitarization required. In accordance with DA PAM 708-2, TABLE 3-12; DOD 4100.39-M, VOLUME 10, TABLE 38 and DOD 4160.21-M-1.
•ENAC (Environment Attribute Code): A two position alphanumeric code that Identifies items of supply that have Environmentally Preferred Characteristics. See DRN 3025, volume 12. See volume 10, table 194.
•ESDC (Electrostatic Discharge Code): A one position alpha code that indicates if an item is susceptible to electrostatic discharge or electromagnetic interference damage. Electrostatic discharge damage occurs when an accumulation of static electricity generated by the relative motion or separation of materials is released to another item by direct contact. Electromagnetic interference damage occurs when an item comes into proximity with an electrostatic or magnetic field. In accordance with DOD 4100.39-M, VOLUME 10, TABLE 189.
•FIIG (Federal Item Identification Guide): A guide prescribing standard requirements formats, and machine oriented coding structure for the collection of item characteristics and other item-related logistics data.
•FSC (Federal Supply Class): Permits the classification of all items of personal property used by participating activities. Groups and classes have been established for the universe of commodities with emphasis on the items known to be in the supply systems of participating activities. This classification system with its present structure of groups and classes represents those groupings and relationships which are based on current, as well as anticipated, management needs. The Federal Supply Classification structure is modified, as the needs of management change, by the addition of newly developed groups and classes, the subdivision of existing classes, and the revision of definitions of classes. The uniform Federal Supply Classification is governed by daily management requirements and provides uniform management categories throughout military activities and Civil Agency organizations, functions, operations, and supply pipelines. It permits greater uniformity within and between Military Services and Civil Agencies in the operations of reporting, accounting, financial management, inventory control, and budgeting.
•FSG (Federal Supply Group): See DRNs 3994 and 3996, volume 12.
•HCC (Hazardous Characteristics Code): A two-digit alphanumeric code developed primarily for storage purposes to assure that incompatible Hazards are not stored next to one another. The HCC that is visible in FLIS only pertains to the latest formulation for this CAGE/Part Number. User needs to be aware that additional information may reside in the Hazardous Material Information System (HMIS) for a different formulation of the same CAGE/Part Number. The technical definitions are provided in the agency and services storage manuals (DLAM 4145.11, Army TM 38-410, NAVSUP PUB 573, AFR 69-9, and MCO 4450-12. These manuals are being replaced by DoD 4145.19-R-2). See volume 10, table 214.
•HMIC (Hazardous Material Indicator Code): A code instructing the user on the type of hazardous material(s) used. A table of codes used as indicators to provide hazardous material information. Reference: DoD 4100.39-M, Volume 10, Chapter 3, Table 179.
•INC (Item Name Code): See DRN 4080, volume 12. A five position numeric code that is assigned to each approved item name. Non-approved item names are assigned item name code 77777. In accordance with DOD 4100.39-M, VOLUME 10, TABLE 20
•Item Name: See DRNs 5010 and 5020, volume 12. Alphanumeric or special character name, which establishes a basic concept of the item of supply to which the item belongs. It may be a basic noun or noun-phrase, followed by those modifiers necessary to differentiate between item concepts for items having the same basic noun.
•Military Specification (MILSPEC): A procurement specification in the military series promulgated by one or more of the military agencies and used for the procurement of military supplies, equipment, or services.
•Military Standard (MILSTD): An established or accepted level of performance in the military used as a yardstick in evaluating actual progress.
•MRC (Master Requirement Code): See DRN 3445 , volume 12. A four position alpha code assigned to each physical or performance characteristics requirement in a Federal Item Identification Guide (FIIG).
•MSDS (Material Safety Data Sheet): A five- position alphanumeric number assigned to each MSDS entry in the Hazardous Materials Information System (HMIS). User should use this number to interrogate HMIS for technical information for the items.
•NATO Stock Number: An item of supply produced by a NATO member nation other than the U.S. identified by that nation by the assignment of a NATO Stock Number (e.g., 0000-21-000-0000). When such items enter the supply system of the U.S. Government, they will be identified by the NATO Stock Number if codification agreements have been extended to provide for acquisition of foreign item identification data through DLIS. For such items, the NATO Stock Number will be used and recognized as the National Stock Number in internal management of the item in the U.S.
•NIIN (National Item Identification Number): See DRN 4000, volume 12. A nine position numeric number assigned to each approved item. It is the last nine digits of the National Stock Number.
•NIIN ASGMT (NIIN Assignment): The date the NIIN was originally assigned to an item.
•NMF DESC: A definition of a required characteristic.
•NSN (National Stock Number): For a complete description, please see "What is an NSN?"
•Part Number: A field containing the part number assigned by the manufacturer. In some cases, the part number field is used to identify a drawing, source controlling, or specification controlling number of the item identified by the National Stock Number (NSN). Part Number is also called the Reference Number.
•Phrase Statement: This field is found in the FLIS (Federal Logistics Information System) database results window in the part pricing Item tab.
•QUP (Quantity Unit Pack): A table of codes indicating the number of units of issue in the unit package as established by the managing activity. Reference: DoD 4100.39-M, Volume 10, Chapter 3, Table 56.
•Reference Number (Reference): A reference number is any number, other than an activity stock number, used to identify an item of production or, either by itself or in conjunction with other reference numbers, to identify an item of supply (when used in conjunction with the CAGE Code). Reference numbers include manufacturer’s part, drawing, model, type, source-controlling, or specification-controlling numbers and the manufacturer’s trade name, when the manufacturer identifies the item by trade name only; NATO Stock Numbers; specification or standard part, drawing, or type numbers. The submittal of all known reference numbers related to an item of production or an item of supply, with the applicable Reference Number Category Code, the applicable Document Availability Code, and the applicable Reference Number Variation Code, is mandatory.
•Related NSN: An item of supply which has functional or physical characteristics which render it a lower order of preference for use than that accorded to the Master Item of an I&S Family.
•Replacement NSN: Indicates a new NSN that has replaced, or is interchangeable from the relevant NSN. The replacement NSN is to be used when previous NSN supply has been exhausted.
•RNCC (Reference Number Category Code): A code that designates the relationship of a reference number to the item of supply. Reference: DoD 4100.39-M, Volume 10, Chapter 3, Table 6.
•RNVC (Reference Number Variation Code): A table of codes to indicate that a cited reference number is item identifying, is not item identifying, or is a reference number for information only. Reference: DoD 4100.39-M, Volume 10, Chapter 3, Table 7. In accordance with DOD 4100.39-M, VOLUME 10, TABLE 7.
•SA (Service Agency): Branch Codes (BR) designate the branch of the DoD (Department of Defense) Supply System that purchases or stocks the item referenced by the National Stock Number (NSN).
•SADC (Service Agency Designator Code): A table of codes to designate the Service(s) and/or Agency (ies) that accepted an NSN that was offered as a substitute. It is recorded with a reference number that has no direct relationship to the NSN but is a cross- reference to an item of supply. The following codes are not intended to encompass all SADCs. For complete listing refer to DoD 4100.39-M, Volume 10, Chapter 3, Table 154. (AA = Army, AB = Air Force, AC = Navy, AD = Marine)
•SLC (Shelf Life Code): A table of codes indicating the storage time period or perishability of an item. Reference: DoD 4100.39-M, Volume 10, Chapter 3, Table 50.
SLC (Shelf Life Code) Table
•SMCC (Special Material Content Code): A one position alphanumeric code that indicates that an item represents or contains peculiar material requiring special treatment, precautions, or management control of the item. In accordance with NAVSUP P-485, VOLUME II, APPENDIX 9, PART V and DOD 4100.39-M, VOLUME 10, TABLE 102.
•SOS (Source of Supply): Codes that identify a specific supply and distribution organization or requisition processing point as to its Routing Identifier Code (RIC), Military Service or Governmental ownership, and location, as well as the Cataloging Activity Code (AC) when applicable. (The Q8 return code edit will be bypassed for those RICs which reflect N/A in the AC column.) Reference: DoD 4100.39-M, Volume 10, Chapter 3, Table 103.
•Technical Characteristic: A record of various functional, electrical, and physical characteristics, manufacturer\'s data, special notations, or narrative description that uniquely identifies equipment and components.
•UI (Unit of Issue): A table of unit of issue terms/designations authorized for assignment to items of supply. Reference: DoD 4100.39-M, Volume 10, Chapter 3, Table 53.
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FSC Base Federal Supply Classes
1210 FIRE CONTROL DIRECTORS
1220 FIRE CONTROL COMPUTING SIGHTS AND DEVICES
1230 FIRE CONTROL SYSTEMS, COMPLETE
1240 OPTICAL SIGHTING AND RANGING EQUIPMENT
1250 FIRE CONTROL STABILIZING MECHANISMS
1260 FIRE CONTROL DESIGNATING AND INDICATING EQUIPMENT
1265 FIRE CONTROL TRANSMITTING & REC, EQUIPMENT, EXCEPT AIRBORN
1270 AIRCRAFT GUNNERY FIRE CONTROL COMPONENTS
1280 AIRCRAFT BOMBING FIRE CONTROL COMPONENTS
1285 FIRE CONTROL RADAR EQUIPMENT, EXCEPT AIRBORNE
1287 FIRE CONTROL SONAR EQUIPMENT
1290 MISCELLANEOUS FIRE CONTROL EQUIPMENT
1377 CARTRIDGE AND PROPELLANT ACTUATED DEVICES AND COMPONENTS
1390 FUZES AND PRIMERS
1510 AIRCRAFT, FIXED WING
1520 AIRCRAFT, ROTARY WING
1560 AIRFRAME STRUCTURAL COMPONENTS
1610 AIRCRAFT PROPELLERS AND COMPONENTS
1615 HELICOPTER ROTOR BLADES, DRIVE MECHANISMS AND COMPONENTS
1620 AIRCRAFT LANDING GEAR COMPONENTS
1630 AIRCRAFT WHEEL AND BRAKE SYSTEMS
1640 AIRCRAFT CONTROL CABLE PRODUCTS
1650 AIRCRAFT HYDRAULIC, VACUUM, AND DE-ICING SYSTEM COMPONENTS
1660 AIRCRAFT AIR CONDITIONING, HEATING, AND PRESSURIZING EQUIPMENT
1670 PARACHUTES; AERIAL PICK UP, DELIVERY, RECOVERY SYSTEMS; AND CARGO TIE DOWN EQUIPMENT
1680 MISCELLANEOUS AIRCRAFT ACCESSORIES AND COMPONENTS
1710 AIRCRAFT LANDING EQUIPMENT
1720 AIRCRAFT LAUNCHING EQUIPMENT
1730 AIRCRAFT GROUND SERVICING EQUIPMENT
1740 AIRFIELD SPECIALIZED TRUCKS AND TRAILERS
2010 SHIP AND BOAT PROPULSION COMPONENTS
2020 RIGGING AND RIGGING GEAR
2030 DECK MACHINERY
2040 MARINE HARDWARE AND HULL ITEMS
2090 MISCELLANEOUS SHIP AND MARINE EQUIPMENT
2230 RIGHT-OF-WAY CONSTRUCTION AND MAINTENANCE EQUIPMENT, RAILROAD
2240 LOCOMOTIVE AND RAIL CAR ACCESSORIES AND COMPONENTS
2250 TRACK MATERIAL, RAILROAD
2305 GROUND EFFECT VEHICLES
2310 PASSENGER MOTOR VEHICLES
2320 TRUCKS AND TRUCK TRACTORS, WHEELED
2350 COMBAT, ASSAULT, AND TACTICAL VEHICLES, TRACKED
2355 COMBAT, ASSAULT, AND TACTICAL VEHICLES, WHEELED
2410 TRACTOR, FULL TRACKED, LOW SPEED
2420 TRACTORS, WHEELED
2430 TRACTORS, FULL TRACKED, HIGH SPEED
2510 VEHICULAR CAB, BODY, AND FRAME STRUCTURAL COMPONENTS
2520 VEHICULAR POWER TRANSMISSION COMPONENTS
2530 VEHICULAR BRAKE, STEERING, AXLE, WHEEL, AND TRACK COMPONENTS
2540 VEHICULAR FURNITURE AND ACCESSORIES
2541 WEAPONS SYSTEMS SPECIFIC VEHICULAR ACCESSORIES
2590 MISCELLANEOUS VEHICULAR COMPONENTS
2610 TIRES AND TUBES, PNEUMATIC, EXCEPT AIRCRAFT
2620 TIRES AND TUBES, PNEUMATIC, AIRCRAFT
2630 TIRES, SOLID AND CUSHION
2640 TIRE REBUILDING AND TIRE AND TUBE REPAIR MATERIALS
2805 GASOLINE RECIPROCATING ENGINES, EXCEPT AIRCRAFT; AND COMPONENTS
2810 GASOLINE RECIPROCATING ENGINES, AIRCRAFT PRIME MOVER; AND COMPONENTS
2815 DIESEL ENGINES AND COMPONENTS
2820 STEAM ENGINES, RECIPROCATING; AND COMPONENTS
2825 STEAM TURBINES AND COMPONENTS
2830 WATER TURBINES AND WATER WHEELS; AND COMPONENTS
2835 GAS TURBINES AND JET ENGINES; NON-AIRCRAFT PRIME MOVER, AIRCRAFT NON-PRIME MOVER, AND COMPONENTS
2840 GAS TURBINES AND JET ENGINES, AIRCRAFT, PRIME MOVING; AND COMPONENTS
2845 ROCKET ENGINES AND COMPONENTS
2850 GASOLINE ROTARY ENGINES AND COMPONENTS
2895 MISCELLANEOUS ENGINES AND COMPONENTS
2910 ENGINE FUEL SYSTEM COMPONENTS, NONAIRCRAFT
2915 ENGINE FUEL SYSTEM COMPONENTS, AIRCRAFT AND MISSILE PRIME MOVERS
2920 ENGINE ELECTRICAL SYSTEM COMPONENTS, NONAIRCRAFT
2925 ENGINE ELECTRICAL SYSTEM COMPONENTS, AIRCRAFT PRIME MOVING
2930 ENGINE COOLING SYSTEM COMPONENTS, NONAIRCRAFT
2935 ENGINE SYSTEM COOLING COMPONENTS, AIRCRAFT PRIME MOVING
2940 ENGINE AIR AND OIL FILTERS, STRAINERS, AND CLEANERS, NONAIRCRAFT
2945 ENGINE AIR AND OIL FILTERS, CLEANERS, AIRCRAFT PRIME MOVING
2950 TURBOSUPERCHARGER AND COMPONENTS
2990 MISCELLANEOUS ENGINE ACCESSORIES, NONAIRCRAFT
2995 MISCELLANEOUS ENGINE ACCESSORIES, AIRCRAFT
3010 TORQUE CONVERTERS AND SPEED CHANGERS
3020 GEARS, PULLEYS, SPROCKETS, AND TRANSMISSION CHAIN
3030 BELTING, DRIVE BELTS, FAN BELTS, AND ACCESSORIES
3040 MISCELLANEOUS POWER TRANSMISSION EQUIPMENT
3110 BEARINGS, ANTIFRICTION, UNMOUNTED
3120 BEARINGS, PLAIN, UNMOUNTED
3130 BEARINGS, MOUNTED
3408 MACHINING CENTERS AND WAY-TYPE MACHINES
3410 ELECTRICAL AND ULTRASONIC EROSION MACHINES
3448 RIVETING MACHINES
3655 GAS GENERATING AND DISPENSING SYSTEMS, FIXED OR MOBILE
3694 CLEAN WORK STATIONS, CONTROLLED ENVIRONMENT, AND RELATED EQUIPMENT
3805 EARTH MOVING AND EXCAVATING EQUIPMENT
3810 CRANES AND CRANE-SHOVELS
3815 CRANE AND CRANE-SHOVEL ATTACHMENTS
3820 MINING, ROCK DRILLING, EARTH BORING, AND RELATED EQUIPMENT
3825 ROAD CLEARING, CLEANING, AND MARKING EQUIPMENT
3830 TRUCK AND TRACTOR ATTACHMENTS
3920 MATERIAL HANDLING EQUIPMENT, NONSELF-PROPELLED
3930 WAREHOUSE TRUCKS AND TRACTORS, SELF-PROPELLED
3940 BLOCKS, TACKLE, RIGGING, AND SLINGS
3950 WINCHES, HOISTS, CRANES, AND DERRICKS
3960 FREIGHT ELEVATORS
3990 MISCELLANEOUS MATERIALS HANDLING EQUIPMENT
4010 CHAIN AND WIRE ROPE
4020 FIBER ROPE, CORDAGE, AND TWINE
4030 FITTINGS FOR ROPE, CABLE, AND CHAIN
4110 REFRIGERATION EQUIPMENT
4120 AIR CONDITIONING EQUIPMENT
4130 REFRIGERATION AND AIR CONDITIONING COMPONENTS
4140 FANS, AIR CIRCULATORS, AND BLOWER EQUIPMENT
4210 FIREFIGHTING EQUIPMENT
4220 MARINE LIFESAVING AND DIVING EQUIPMENT
4230 DECONTAMINATING AND IMPREGNATING EQUIPMENT
4235 HAZARDOUS MATERIAL SPILL CONTAINMENT AND CLEAN-UP EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
4240 SAFETY AND RESCUE EQUIPMENT
4310 COMPRESSORS AND VACUUM PUMPS
4320 POWER AND HAND PUMPS
4330 CENTRIFUGALS, SEPARATORS, AND PRESSURE AND VACUUM FILTERS
4420 HEAT EXCHANGERS AND STEAM CONDENSERS
4470 NUCLEAR REACTORS
4530 FUEL BURNING EQUIPMENT UNITS
4710 PIPE, TUBE AND RIGID TUBING
4720 HOSE AND FLEXIBLE TUBING
4730 HOSE, PIPE, TUBE, LUBRICATION, AND RAILING FITTINGS
4810 VALVES, POWERED
4820 VALVES, NONPOWERED
4910 MOTOR VEHICLE MAINTENANCE AND REPAIR SHOP SPECIALIZED EQUIPMENT
4920 AIRCRAFT MAINTENANCE AND REPAIR SHOP SPECIALIZED EQUIPMENT
4921 TORPEDO MAINTENANCE, REPAIR, AND CHECKOUT SPECIALIZED EQUIPMENT
4923 DEPTH CHARGES AND UNDERWATER MINES MAINTENANCE, REPAIR, AND CHECKOUT SPECIALIZED EQUIPMENT
4925 AMMUNITION MAINTENANCE, REPAIR, AND CHECKOUT SPECIALIZED EQUIPMENT
4927 ROCKET MAINTENANCE, REPAIR AND CHECKOUT SPECIALIZED EQUIPMENT
4930 LUBRICATION AND FUEL DISPENSING EQUIPMENT
4931 FIRE CONTROL MAINTENANCE AND REPAIR SHOP SPECIALIZED EQUIPMENT
4933 WEAPONS MAINTENANCE AND REPAIR SHOP SPECIALIZED EQUIPMENT
4935 GUIDED MISSILE MAINTENANCE, REPAIR, AND CHECKOUT SPECIALIZED EQUIPMENT
4940 MISCELLANEOUS MAINTENANCE AND REPAIR SHOP SPECIALIZED EQUIPMENT
5110 HAND TOOLS, EDGED, NONPOWERED
5120 HAND TOOLS, NONEDGED, NONPOWERED
5130 HAND TOOLS, POWER DRIVEN
5133 DRILL BITS, COUNTERBORES, AND COUNTERSINKS: HAND AND MACHINE
5136 TAPS, DIES, AND COLLETS; HAND AND MACHINE
5140 TOOL AND HARDWARE BOXES
5180 SETS, KITS, AND OUTFITS OF HAND TOOLS
5210 MEASURING TOOLS, CRAFTSMEN'S
5220 INSPECTION GAGES AND PRECISION LAYOUT TOOLS
5280 SETS, KITS, AND OUTFITS OF MEASURING TOOLS
5310 NUTS AND WASHERS
5315 NAILS, MACHINE KEYS, AND PINS
5325 FASTENING DEVICES
5330 PACKING AND GASKET MATERIALS
5335 METAL SCREENING
5340 HARDWARE, COMMERCIAL
5342 HARDWARE, WEAPON SYSTEM
5345 DISKS AND STONES, ABRASIVE
5350 ABRASIVE MATERIALS
5355 KNOBS AND POINTERS
5360 COIL, FLAT, LEAF, AND WIRE SPRINGS
5365 BUSHINGS, RINGS, SHIMS, AND SPACERS
5410 PREFABRICATED AND PORTABLE BUILDINGS
5411 RIGID WALL SHELTERS
5419 COLLECTIVE MODULAR SUPPORT SYSTEM
5420 BRIDGES, FIXED AND FLOATING
5430 STORAGE TANKS
5440 SCAFFOLDING EQUIPMENT AND CONCRETE FORMS
5445 PREFABRICATED TOWER STRUCTURES
5450 MISCELLANEOUS PREFABRICATED STRUCTURES
5805 TELEPHONE AND TELEGRAPH EQUIPMENT
5810 COMMUNICATIONS SECURITY EQUIPMENT AND COMPONENTS
5811 OTHER CRYPTOLOGIC EQUIPMENT AND COMPONENTS
5815 TELETYPE AND FACSIMILE EQUIPMENT
5820 RADIO AND TELEVISION COMMUNICATION EQUIPMENT, EXCEPT AIRBORNE
5821 RADIO AND TELEVISION COMMUNICATION EQUIPMENT, AIRBORNE
5825 RADIO NAVIGATION EQUIPMENT, EXCEPT AIRBORNE
5826 RADIO NAVIGATION EQUIPMENT, AIRBORNE
5830 INTERCOMMUNICATION AND PUBLIC ADDRESS SYSTEMS, EXCEPT AIRBORNE
5831 INTERCOMMUNICATION AND PUBLIC ADDRESS SYSTEMS, AIRBORNE
5835 SOUND RECORDING AND REPRODUCING EQUIPMENT
5836 VIDEO RECORDING AND REPRODUCING EQUIPMENT
5840 RADAR EQUIPMENT, EXCEPT AIRBORNE
5841 RADAR EQUIPMENT, AIRBORNE
5845 UNDERWATER SOUND EQUIPMENT
5850 VISIBLE AND INVISIBLE LIGHT COMMUNICATION EQUIPMENT
5855 NIGHT VISION EQUIPMENT, EMITTED AND REFLECTED RADIATION
5860 STIMULATED COHERENT RADIATION DEVICES, COMPONENTS, AND ACCESSORIES
5865 ELECTRONIC COUNTERMEASURES, COUNTER-COUNTERMEASURES AND QUICK REACTION CAPABILITY EQUIPMENT
5895 MISCELLANEOUS COMMUNICATION EQUIPMENT
5915 FILTERS AND NETWORKS
5920 FUSES, ARRESTORS, ABSORBERS, AND PROTECTORS
5925 CIRCUIT BREAKERS
5935 CONNECTORS, ELECTRICAL
5940 LUGS, TERMINALS, AND TERMINAL STRIPS
5945 RELAYS AND SOLENOIDS
5950 COILS AND TRANSFORMERS
5955 OSCILLATORS AND PIEZOELECTRIC CRYSTALS
5960 ELECTRON TUBES AND ASSOCIATED HARDWARE
5961 SEMICONDUCTOR DEVICES AND ASSOCIATED HARDWARE
5962 MICROCIRCUITS, ELECTRONIC
5963 ELECTRONIC MODULES
5965 HEADSETS, HANDSETS, MICROPHONES AND SPEAKERS
5970 ELECTRICAL INSULATORS AND INSULATING MATERIALS
5975 ELECTRICAL HARDWARE AND SUPPLIES
5977 ELECTRICAL CONTACT BRUSHES AND ELECTRODES
5980 OPTOELECTRONIC DEVICES AND ASSOCIATED HARDWARE
5985 ANTENNAS, WAVEGUIDES, AND RELATED EQUIPMENT
5990 SYNCHROS AND RESOLVERS
5995 CABLE, CORD, AND WIRE ASSEMBLIES: COMMUNICATION EQUIPMENT
5998 ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONIC ASSEMBLIES, BOARDS, CARDS, AND ASSOCIATED HARDWARE
5999 MISCELLANEOUS ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONIC COMPONENTS
6010 FIBER OPTIC CONDUCTORS
6015 FIBER OPTIC CABLES
6020 FIBER OPTIC CABLE ASSEMBLIES AND HARNESSES
6021 FIBER OPTIC SWITCHES
6030 FIBER OPTIC DEVICES
6032 FIBER OPTIC LIGHT SOURCES AND PHOTO DETECTORS
6035 FIBER OPTIC LIGHT TRANSFER AND IMAGE TRANSFER DEVICES
6060 FIBER OPTIC INTERCONNECTORS
6070 FIBER OPTIC ACCESSORIES AND SUPPLIES
6080 FIBER OPTIC KITS AND SETS
6099 MISCELLANEOUS FIBER OPTIC COMPONENTS
6105 MOTORS, ELECTRICAL
6110 ELECTRICAL CONTROL EQUIPMENT
6115 GENERATORS AND GENERATOR SETS, ELECTRICAL
6116 FUEL CELL POWER UNITS, COMPONENTS, AND ACCESSORIES
6117 SOLAR ELECTRIC POWER SYSTEMS
6120 TRANSFORMERS: DISTRIBUTION AND POWER STATION
6125 CONVERTERS, ELECTRICAL, ROTATING
6130 CONVERTERS, ELECTRICAL, NONROTATING
6135 BATTERIES, NONRECHARGEABLE
6140 BATTERIES, RECHARGEABLE
6145 WIRE AND CABLE, ELECTRICAL
6150 MISCELLANEOUS ELECTRIC POWER AND DISTRIBUTION EQUIPMENT
6160 MISCELLANEOUS BATTERY RETAINING FIXTURES, LINERS AND ANCILLARY ITEMS
6210 INDOOR AND OUTDOOR ELECTRIC LIGHTING FIXTURES
6220 ELECTRIC VEHICULAR LIGHTS AND FIXTURES
6230 ELECTRIC PORTABLE AND HAND LIGHTING EQUIPMENT
6240 ELECTRIC LAMPS
6250 BALLASTS, LAMPHOLDERS, AND STARTERS
6260 NONELECTRICAL LIGHTING FIXTURES
6320 SHIPBOARD ALARM AND SIGNAL SYSTEMS
6340 AIRCRAFT ALARM AND SIGNAL SYSTEMS
6350 MISCELLANEOUS ALARM, SIGNAL, AND SECURITY DETECTION SYSTEMS
6510 SURGICAL DRESSING MATERIALS
6515 MEDICAL AND SURGICAL INSTRUMENTS, EQUIPMENT, AND SUPPLIES
6520 DENTAL INSTRUMENTS, EQUIPMENT, AND SUPPLIES
6525 IMAGING EQUIPMENT AND SUPPLIES: MEDICAL, DENTAL, VETERINARY
6530 HOSPITAL FURNITURE, EQUIPMENT, UTENSILS, AND SUPPLIES
6532 HOSPITAL AND SURGICAL CLOTHING AND RELATED SPECIAL PURPOSE ITEMS
6540 OPHTHALMIC INSTRUMENTS, EQUIPMENT, AND SUPPLIES
6545 REPLENISHABLE FIELD MEDICAL SETS, KITS, AND OUTFITS
6550 IN VITRO DIAGNOSTIC SUBSTANCES, REAGENTS, TEST KITS AND SETS
6605 NAVIGATIONAL INSTRUMENTS
6610 FLIGHT INSTRUMENTS
6615 AUTOMATIC PILOT MECHANISMS AND AIRBORNE GYRO COMPONENTS
6620 ENGINE INSTRUMENTS
6625 ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONIC PROPERTIES MEASURING AND TESTING INSTRUMENTS
6630 CHEMICAL ANALYSIS INSTRUMENTS
6635 PHYSICAL PROPERTIES TESTING AND INSPECTION
6636 ENVIRONMENTAL CHAMBERS AND RELATED EQUIPMENT
6640 LABORATORY EQUIPMENT AND SUPPLIES
6645 TIME MEASURING INSTRUMENTS
6650 OPTICAL INSTRUMENTS, TEST EQUIPMENT, COMPONENTS AND ACCESSORIES
6655 GEOPHYSICAL INSTRUMENTS
6660 METEOROLOGICAL INSTRUMENTS AND APPARATUS
6665 HAZARD-DETECTING INSTRUMENTS AND APPARATUS
6670 SCALES AND BALANCES
6675 DRAFTING, SURVEYING, AND MAPPING INSTRUMENTS
6680 LIQUID AND GAS FLOW, LIQUID LEVEL, AND MECHANICAL MOTION MEASURING INSTRUMENTS
6685 PRESSURE, TEMPERATURE, AND HUMIDITY MEASURING AND CONTROLLING INSTRUMENTS
6695 COMBINATION AND MISCELLANEOUS INSTRUMENTS
6730 PHOTOGRAPHIC PROJECTION EQUIPMENT
6740 PHOTOGRAPHIC DEVELOPING AND FINISHING EQUIPMENT
6750 PHOTOGRAPHIC SUPPLIES
6760 PHOTOGRAPHIC EQUIPMENT AND ACCESSORIES
6780 PHOTOGRAPHIC SETS, KITS, AND OUTFITS
6850 MISCELLANEOUS CHEMICAL SPECIALTIES
6910 TRAINING AIDS
6920 ARMAMENT TRAINING DEVICES
6930 OPERATION TRAINING DEVICES
6940 COMMUNICATION TRAINING DEVICES
7010 ADPE SYSTEM CONFIGURATION
7020 ADP CENTRAL PROCESSING UNIT (CPU, COMPUTER), ANALOG
7021 ADP CENTRAL PROCESSING UNIT (CPU, COMPUTER), DIGITAL
7022 ADP CENTRAL PROCESSING UNIT (CPU, COMPUTER), HYBRID
7025 ADP INPUT/OUTPUT AND STORAGE DEVICES
7030 ADP SOFTWARE
7035 ADP SUPPORT EQUIPMENT
7040 PUNCHED CARD EQUIPMENT
7042 MINI AND MICRO COMPUTER CONTROL DEVICES
7045 ADP SUPPLIES
7050 ADP COMPONENTS
7450 OFFICE TYPE SOUND RECORDING AND REPRODUCING MACHINES
7460 VISIBLE RECORD EQUIPMENT
7490 MISCELLANEOUS OFFICE MACHINES
7641 AERONAUTICAL MAPS, CHARTS AND GEODETIC PRODUCTS
7642 HYDROGRAPHIC MAPS, CHARTS AND GEODETIC PRODUCTS
7643 TOPOGRAPHIC MAPS, CHARTS AND GEODETIC PRODUCTS
7644 DIGITAL MAPS, CHARTS AND GEODETIC PRODUCTS
8030 PRESERVATIVE AND SEALING COMPOUNDS
8105 BAGS AND SACKS
8110 DRUMS AND CANS
8115 BOXES, CARTONS, AND CRATES
8120 COMMERCIAL AND INDUSTRIAL GAS CYLINDERS
8140 AMMUNITION AND NUCLEAR ORDNANCE BOXES, PACKAGES AND SPECIAL CONTAINERS
8145 SPECIALIZED SHIPPING AND STORAGE CONTAINERS
8150 FREIGHT CONTAINERS
8340 TENTS AND TARPAULINS
8465 INDIVIDUAL EQUIPMENT
8470 ARMOR, PERSONAL
8475 SPECIALIZED FLIGHT CLOTHING AND ACCESSORIES
9505 WIRE, NONELECTRICAL
9510 BARS AND RODS
9515 PLATE, SHEET, STRIP, FOIL, AND LEAF
9520 STRUCTURAL SHAPES
9525 WIRE, NONELECTRICAL, NONFERROUS BASE METAL
9530 BARS AND RODS, NONFERROUS BASE METAL
9535 PLATE, SHEET, STRIP, AND FOIL; NONFERROUS BASE METAL
9540 STRUCTURAL SHAPES, NONFERROUS BASE METAL
9545 PLATE, SHEET, STRIP, FOIL, AND WIRE: PRECIOUS METAL
9905 SIGNS, ADVERTISING DISPLAYS, AND IDENTIFICATION PLATES
Call your ESCS representative if you need more information at 727-723-8255
Posted by Electronic Supply Chain Solutions is a Franchised Distributor of Components at 4:18 PM
Tuesday, October 15, 2013
As many of our readers are aware ESCS President Matthew Heaphy III is a voting member of the SAE G-19 Counterfeit Committee since 2008. While Mr. Heaphy is privy to information prior to its release to the public, he is prohibited from discussing these matters as they are the property of the SAE until their official release. We can however encourage you to check out this event which promises to be very informative to those looking for quality lessons learned as it relates to the effort to Combat Counterfeits
SMTA and CALCE at the University of Maryland are pleased to announce the program for the West coast Symposium on Counterfeit Electronic Parts and Electronic Supply Chain.
Symposium on Counterfeit Electronic Parts and Electronic Supply Chain
November 19 – 21, 2013 Town & Country Resort San Diego, CA
Technical Program Chair: Dr. Diganta Das (email@example.com), CALCE
Organizational Contact: Patti Hvidhyld, Director of Educational Programs, SMTA
Register Now http://www.smta.org/counterfeit/register_now.cfm http://www.smta.org/counterfeit/register_now.cfm
Any questions about ESCS or this event can be directed to sales@ElectronicSupplyChainSolutions.com or call 727-723-8255
Posted by Electronic Supply Chain Solutions is a Franchised Distributor of Components at 10:34 AM
Thursday, September 19, 2013
2014 International Electrostatic Discharge Workshop is coming to Paris
Electronic Supply Chain Solutions is proud to announce the 8th International ESD Workshop (IEW) will be held at the Grand Hotel de Paris, Villard de Lans, France. The Grand Hotel de Paris is a perfect setting for IEW 2014. The IEW will include invited seminars, technical sessions, special interest groups (SIGs), discussion groups, and invited speakers. The IEW especially invites submission of late-breaking exciting new research to stimulate discussion and interaction around new ideas, encouraging new research topics.
To maintain the unique IEW experience and provide ample opportunity for informal discussions, the 2014 IEW workshop presentation format for Technical sessions will begin with each author presenting a brief summary to highlight key findings, followed by an interactive poster-based discussion session among authors and attendees. The IEW is closely aligned with the EOS/ESD Symposium for collaborative conference activities. To learn more contact ESCS at sales@ElectronicSupplyChainSolutions.com or call 727-723-8255 x 105 today
Posted by Electronic Supply Chain Solutions is a Franchised Distributor of Components at 7:50 AM
Thursday, July 25, 2013
ESCS recommends the 35th Annual EOS/ESD Symposium & Exhibits September 8-13, 2013 Rio All Suites, Las Vegas, NV, USA
This "Quality Lessons Learned" is your gateway to learning about the latest technical innovations in the area of ESD. The Technical Program includes outstanding papers, including invited exchange papers, covering hot topics in the categories of Advanced CMOS, Case Studies, High Voltage and RF ESD challenges, Device Physics and Modeling, ESD EDA tools, Factory and Materials, System Level ESD and ESD testing.
Technical Sessions include Two "Year in Review" presentations that you will not want to miss!
Year in Review - EOS/Case Studies Wednesday September 11th, 8:00 a.m. - 8:40 a.m. Terry Welsher; Dangelmayer Associates L.L.C.
The class of device failures typically called Electrical Overstress (EOS) has been getting increased attention in the last two years. Historically, the effects of Electro Static Discharge (ESD) on integrated circuits, particularly handling in the factory, have received much attention in technical literature, standards bodies and educational workshops and tutorials. This has been a largely successful endeavor by the industry. As a result, in many companies EOS has become the next layer of the onion to pursue. In this talk we will review recent work in analysis of and protection from EOS failures and efforts by industry organizations to make progress on best practices and data analysis.
ESD Design/Factory Wednesday September 11th, 1:30 p.m. - 2:10 p.m. Charvaka Duvvury, TI Fellow Emeritus
The ESD technology is steadily in a state of increased knowledge as much more advanced work is carried out both in the industry investigations for new applications and in the universities with higher level of graduate research. These developments during the last year have been focused on device design, new testing techniques, and factory control. The new attention to system level ESD design through simulation techniques has also received the much needed focus. This presentation will highlight the key papers in these areas to give the attendee a succinct overview of ESD technology progress during the year 2012.
40 tutorials- including 10 new or revised topics.
ESCS wants you to learn more... with nearly 50 exhibits will be present to display the latest ESD products and services. Exhibitors will also "Showcase" ESD technologies with 10 minute presentations during technical sessions.
This very special event combines frontier research with advanced tutorials, technical presentations, exhibits of ESD control products and services, workshops, authors' corners, Program Manager and Device/Design Certification, plus iNARTE Certification, giving a maximum value-add to the attendees.
Electronic Supply Chain Solutions knows the value of ESD protection and you should too! Contact ESCS @ 727-723-8255 to learn more!
Posted by Electronic Supply Chain Solutions is a Franchised Distributor of Components at 7:36 AM
Friday, April 26, 2013
CALCE To Present at the IPC Electronic Systems Technologies Conference
CALCE researchers will present three studies at the upcoming IPC Electronic Systems Technology Conference (ESTC) in Las Vegas, Nevada. The first paper, "Vibration Durability of Mixed Solder Ball Grid Array Assemblies" examines the vibration durability of SAC and SnPb BGAs under harmonic vibration. This study included data for SAC305 BGAs assembled with SnPb solder and SAC105 BGAs assembled with SAC305 solder. The second paper, "Investigation of Harmonic Vibration Loading on Package on Package Assemblies," examines package-on-package (PoP) assemblies subject to harmonic vibration. In this study, the influence of the assembly process and solder composition are examined. The assembly processes was either completed with a single solder reflow or with two solder reflow process steps. Solders included SAC305, SAC125, and SAC105. Finally, Dr. Diganta Das will present his paper on “How to Improve LED Lifetime Assessment Method.” This paper will describe the IESNA standard TM-21-11, compare it with state of the art of semiconductor reliability assessment methods using physics of failure techniques. It will show how knowledge about LED packaging and encapsulation failure mechanism can be used improve the method of reliability assessment of LEDs. It will also show how the IESNA methodology compares with the IEEE reliability prediction framework as per IEEE 1413.
In addition to the research presentations, Dr. Michael Osterman will be conducting a professional development course at IPC Electronic Systems and Technology Conference (ESTC)on May 23, 2013, in Las Vegas, Nevada. The professional development courses provide a unique opportunity for engineers, designers, and managers to get up to date on the latest techniques and information available. At IPC ESTC, Dr. Osterman will present on "Simulation Based Reliability Assessment." This course will present failure models that can be used to assess the life expectancy of electronic equipment. Analytic and finite element modeling approaches will be presented, and case studies demonstrating the approach will be provided.
For registration and other information about IPC ESTC, please visit http://estc.ipc.org/
For information on CALCE short courses, please visit CALCE PDCs for Industry
Posted by Electronic Supply Chain Solutions is a Franchised Distributor of Components at 11:23 AM