circuit card assembly
A grouping of two or more physically connected or related electrical an/or electronic parts capable of dissassemblage. each component of the assemblage must be capable of functioning in accordance with its own item name. consists of a single printed circuit board or terminal board upon which are mounted separately manufactured electronic components such as capacitors, inductors, resistors, and the like. it may also include printed electronic components. the item is generally part of a subassembly and cannot be assigned a more definite item name. for items having a complete individual electrical/electronic function, use applicable item name such as amplifier (as modified); power supply; or the like. for items not having a complete individual electrical/electronic function, see applicable subassembly name, such as amplifier subassembly; power supply subassembly; or the like. for an assembly of electrical/electronic components mounted on other than a single printed wiring board, see electronic components assembly. excludes printed circuit boar
Electronic Integrated Circuits and Microassembly Parts
Parts Of Electronic Integrated Circuits and Microassembles
No special type of cargo code applicable.
Computing equipment, computer components, and circuit cards.
Instruments/equipment/supplies for radio, communications, electrical, laboratory, etc. (includes signal corps).
Shipment is not a consolidation and does not exceed 84 inches in any dimension.
Other or no special handling required (sh)
NAIC: North American Industry Classification. Classifies items and business activity for the purpose of collecting, analyzing, and publishing statistical data related to the U.S. business economy.
SITC: Standard International Trade Classification.
NMFC: National motor freight classification. A six position numeric code, which divides articles into groups or classes according to physical characteristics. the classification is based on truckloads vs. less than truckload.
UFC: Universal freight classification. a five position numeric code, which divides articles into groups or classes according to physical characteristics. the classification is based on carload vs. less than carload.
LTL: Less than a truckload rating.
LCL: Less than a carload rating.
WCC: Water commodity code. A three position code that indicates all shipments via water.
TCC: Type of Cargo Code. A one position code for all shipments via water to identify the type of cargo included within the shipment unit.
SHC: Special Handling Code. A one position code for all shipments via water to identify the exception handling required for cargo included within the shipment unit
ADC: Air Dimension Code. A one position alpha code that identifies dimensional characteristics of air shipments by relating the length, width, or height dimensions of the largest piece to the minimum size cargo door opening of an aircraft
ACC: Air Commodity Code. A one position code for all shipments via air to identify material for manifesting and customs requirements
Indicates there is no data in the hmirs and the nsn is in a fsc not generally suspected of containing hazardous materials.
Item does not contain precious metal.
Represents items with esd sensitivity.
Represents items with no adp components
The item is specifically designed to be or selected as being nuclear hard. in addition the item has other critical features such as tolerance, fit restrictions or application.
HMIC: Hazardous Material Indicator Code. A one position code that identifies a hazardous item.
PMIC: Precious Metal Indicator Code. A one position code which identifies items that have precious metals as part of their content. precious metals are those metals generally considered to be uncommon, highly valuable, and relatively superior in certain properties such as resistance to corrosion and electrical conductivity.
ESD: Electrostatic Discharge. 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.
ENAC: Enviromental Attribute Code. Identifies items with environmentally preferred characteristics.
CRITL: Criticality Indicator Code. Indicates an item is technically critical by tolerance, fit, application, nuclear hardness properties, or other characteristics.
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SOS: Source of Supply. A three position code or routing identifier code (ric), which identifies the source of supply activity.
SMIC: Special Material Indicator Code. A two position code, which categorizes material on the basis of requirements for source or quality control, technical design or configuration control, procurement, stocking and issue control, special receipt, inspection, testing, storage, or handling.
MMAC: Material Management Aggregation Code. A two position code that identifies an item of supply to be managed by a specific activity manager.
MCC: Material Echelon Code. A two position code employed by the marine corps in classifying items into categories by materiel category and procurement echelon. the alphanumeric management code is in the first position and identifies the materiel category
IMC: Denotes wether items shall be subjected to integrated management under the defense supply agency or retained by the individual military service or other department of defense components for their management. Assigned by th activity responsible for item management coding.
MOE is an acronym for "Major Organizational Entity".
These organizations represent a subdivision of a U.S. governmental organization or an agency of the north atlantic treaty organization (NATO), and other friendly governments and international organizations participating in the federal catalog program.
DSOR: Depot Source of Repair. Department of Defense (DOD) policies require that program man- agers seek best value in depot maintenance support and that the department maintains organic core depot maintenance capabilities. These policies are implemented through the Depot Source of Re- pair (DSOR) decision process.
MOE Rule: a four position code that reflects management responsibility within participating military services, civil agencies, nato and other foreign countries. the information included in the moe rule is a combination of department of defense (dod) and service/agency cataloging/supply management assignments which are made on the basis of organizational responsibilities.
NIMSC: Nonconsumable Item Material Support Code.
AMC: A code reflecting the decision of the primary inventory control activity (PICA) as to technique of purchasing to be employed from a planned procurement review.