5950-00-001-1417


5950-00-001-1417 (5950000011417, 000011417)
Part Number : None
Summary

FSG 59 / FSC 5950

DEMIL: Q

DEMIL INT: 3

HMIC: P

Date Created: 1 Feb 1994

Export License Required:
Critical Munitions List Item or Sensitive Commerce Control List Item

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MASTER CROSS REFERENCE LIST (MCRL) | NSN 5950-00-001-1417 Submit RFQ
Manufacturer Part NumberRNCCRNVCManufacturer NameCAGE
Code Definitions

FLIS - SEG A - IDENTIFICATION | NSN 5950-00-001-1417 Submit RFQ
FSGFSCNIINFIIGINCCRITICALITYTYPE OF ITEMMRCDEMILHMICEDCPMICADPECDATE CREATED
595950000011417QPU1 Feb 1994
Code Definitions

59

Federal Supply Group (FSG_3994/FSC_WI_FSG_3996)


Electrical and Electronic Equipment Components

5950

Federal Supply Class (FSC_3994/FSC_WI_FSC_3996)


Coils and Transformers

000011417

National Item Identification Number (NCB_CD_4130/I_I_NBR_4131)


NSN 5950-00-001-1417

1 Feb 1994

NIIN Assignment Date (DT_NIIN_ASGMT_2180)

Type of Item Identification (TYP_II_4820)


NSN Center Does Not Have An Explanation

Q

Demilitarization Code (DEMIL_CD_0167)


CCLI — Commerce Control List Item Demilitarization not required. CCLI are dual-use (military, commercial, and other strategic uses) items under the jurisdiction of the Bureau of Export Administration, U.S. Department of Commerce, through the Export Administration Regulations. The types of items under the Commerce Control List (CCL) are commodities (i.e., equipment, materials, electronics, propulsion systems, etc.), software, and technology. The CCL does not include those items exclusively controlled by another department or agency of the U.S. Government.

P

Hazardous Material Indicator Code (HMIC_0865)


Indicates there is no information in the HMIRS; however, the NSN is in a FSC in Table II of Federal Standard 313 and a MSDS may be required by the user. The requirement for a MSDS is dependent on a hazard determination of the supplier or the intended end use of the product.

U

Precious Metals Indicator Code (PMIC_0802)


Precious Metal Content is unknown.




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