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MIL-HDBK-759 (Amendment Only)
Revision / Edition: C Chg: N2 Date: March 31, 1998
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HANDBOOK FOR HUMAN ENGINEERING DESIGN GUIDELINES
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TO ALL HOLDERS OF MIL-HDBK-759C:

1. THE FOLLOWING PAGES OF MIL-HDBK-759C HAVE BEEN REVISED AND SUPERSEDE THE PAGES LISTED:
NEW PAGE          DATE           SUPERSEDED PAGE       DATE
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   ix        30 January 1998           ix       28 February 1997
    x           31 July 1995            x    Reprinted without change
  273        30 January 1998          273            31 July 1995
  274        30 January 1998          274            31 July 1995




2. RETAIN THIS NOTICE AND INSERT BEFORE TABLE OF CONTENTS.

3. Holders of MIL-HDBK-759C will verify that the page changes indicated above have been entered. This notice page will be retained as a check sheet. This issuance, together with the appended pages, is a separate publication. Each notice is to be retained by stocking points until the handbook is completely revised or canceled.
 1.   Inch-pound equivalents, abbreviations, and prefixes........................................................8
 2.   Scale of markings.........................................................................................25
 3.   Character sizes for mechanical counters (mm)..............................................................51
 4.   Control selection criteria................................................................................66
 5.   Recommended manual controls...............................................................................67
 6.   Conventional control movement stereotypes.................................................................69
 7.   Knob detent placement.....................................................................................74
 8.   Rotary selector controls..................................................................................75
 9.   Representative push button switch applications ...........................................................89
10.   Push button switches......................................................................................90
11.   Nominal keyboard characteristics..........................................................................95
12.   Toggle switches..........................................................................................100
13.   Levers...................................................................................................107
14.   Two-axis controllers for display system applications.....................................................113
15.   Foot-operated controls...................................................................................116
16.   Grip switches............................................................................................119
16a.  Standing body dimensions.................................................................................135b
16b.  Seated body dimensions...................................................................................135f
16c.  Depth and breadth dimensions.............................................................................135j
16d.  Circumferences and surface dimensions....................................................................135n
16e.  Hand and foot dimensions.................................................................................135r
16f.  Head and face dimensions.................................................................................135v
17.   A bivariate frequency table..............................................................................136
18.   Range of human motion....................................................................................139
19.   Standing workspace dimensions............................................................................146
20.   Seated workspace dimensions..............................................................................150
21.   Mobile workspace dimensions..............................................................................154
22.   Illumination criteria for representative tasks...........................................................159
23.   Equivalent chill temperature.............................................................................175
24.   Brightness ratios........................................................................................177
25.   Equipment units design checklist.........................................................................192
26.   Equipment units access checklist.........................................................................205
27.   Electrical cable coding..................................................................................226
28.   Hydraulic and pneumatic coding...........................................................................227
29.   Cable checklist..........................................................................................244
30.   Connector checklist......................................................................................245
31.   Test points checklist....................................................................................252
32.   Weight and dimension limits of portable test equipment...................................................259
33.   Test equipment checklist.................................................................................261
34.   General comparison of fuses and circuit breakers.........................................................263
34a.  Typical fighting and existence loads (temperate zone)....................................................273
35.   Shock current intensities and their probable effects.....................................................298
36.   Constants for predicting COHb blood content..............................................................309
37.   Noxious exhaust products of engine fuels.................................................................310
38.   Safety checklist.........................................................................................313




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