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BS 3G 100-0

80th Edition, September 30, 1980

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Specification for general requirements for electrical equipment and indicating instruments for aircraft. Part 0: Introduction

Includes all amendments and changes through Amendment 1, April 30, 1987


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Product Details:

  • Revision: 80th Edition, September 30, 1980
  • Published Date: April 30, 1987
  • Status: Not Active, See comments below
  • Document Language: English
  • Published By: British Standards Institution (BSI)
  • Page Count: 8
  • ANSI Approved: No
  • DoD Adopted: No

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Scope and use of the standard

The complete standard (BS 3G 100) will cover the general requirements for all equipment in aircraft; it is intended for use as a basis for the individual standards in the Aerospace Series. General design requirements and tests are detailed, usually in various grades. The individual standards will state the particular selected requirements of BS 3G 100 to be applied, and will specify those tests required for a complete type test, stating the clause, grade, class, etc., to which the equipment is to be designed and tested. The individual standard may also state the order in which these tests are to be carried out. It will give details of the functioning tests required by this British Standard.

The individual standard may also state requirements for any quality control procedures, fault analysis or reliability prediction techniques that are necessary. Production tests and periodic quality tests are usually required by the individual standard. These may be based on the tests specified in this standard but will generally be less severe.

When the Aerospace Series standards (including BS 3G 100) offer a choice of requirements, and when individual purchaser's specifications are based on these standards, it is the responsibility of the purchaser of the equipment to specify the clause, grade, class, etc., and any variations, to which the equipment is to be designed and tested.

Should this standard and other British Standards in the Aerospace Series conflict or appear to conflict with other standards or the purchaser's specification or contract, then the purchaser shall be advised and shall give a ruling.