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  • Customer : GENType : ALLRev. Date : Apr 01, 2013

    Manual : ESPMSelected applicability :

    INTRODUCTION - DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION

    Print date : April 24, 2013 Page 1 of 44

    INTRODUCTION - DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION

    1. GeneralThe Electrical Standard Practices Manual (ESPM) gives descriptive data and procedures for the electricalinstallations on all aircraft of the AIRBUS family.The standard practices information in this manual tells you how to do maintenance and repairs on the standardelectrical items and thus ensure the continued airworthiness of the aircraft.

    NOTE: For the obsolescence/interchangeability status of the tools, refer to the Tool Equipment Manual. (TEM)NOTE: The Electrical Standard Practices data related to Power Plant is shown in the AMM 70-71-XX.

    NOTE: There are several Chapter 20, depending on the vendor responsible for the system (ECE, Honeywell,etc.) but whatever the vendor, their chapter 20 follows the same layout.

    NOTE: For users of this manualIf you cannot find the data or a procedure you need to ensure the continued airworthiness of the air-craft, or if you think that the information given is not complete, contact Airbus.

    The ESPM is broken down in two main chapters:- Chapter 00 (common part) with: - General, How to use (00-INTRO) - Indexes- Chapter 20 with: - Safety Practices (20-10-00) - Tools (20-25-XX) - Subjects related to standard rules and

    recommendations (20-3X-XX): Specific areas (20-31-XX) . Identification/marking (20-32-XX) Wire harnesses (20-33-XX)

    - Subjects related to standard electrical items and connecting parts with their description (P/Nidentification and characteristics) and their related processes (connection procedure or connection table)(20-4X-XX):

    Sleeves, End Caps and Ferrules (20-42-XX) . Splices and Pressure Seals (20-43-XX) Connectors and Terminal Blocks (20-44-XX) Miscellaneous Electrical Items (20-45-XX) Circuit breaker, Relay and Relay Base (20-46-XX) Terminals and Contacts (20-48-XX)

    - Subjects related to maintenance processes (20-5X-XX): Standard Processes (20-51-XX) . Inspection/Check and Test (20-52-XX) Repair Processes (20-53-XX) Protection during Maintenance Checks (20-54-XX) Cleaning (20-55-XX)

    If any part or all of the ESPM is translated, the official version is the original English-language versionproduced by AIRBUS.

    2. CorrespondenceCorrespondence concerning this publication should be directed to: -----------------------------------------------------------------

    AIRBUS SAS Technical Data Support and Services 1 Rond Point Maurice BELLONTE 31707 Blagnac Cedex FRANCE

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  • Customer : GENType : ALLRev. Date : Apr 01, 2013

    Manual : ESPMSelected applicability :

    INTRODUCTION - DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION

    Print date : April 24, 2013 Page 2 of 44

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    Or by the "Request for Information/Revision" form.3. Definitions

    A. Definition of TermsThe terms below are used in the ESPM and are defined as follows:- Standard Practices: Standard industry practices that are not specific to AIRBUS aircraft. Procedures

    specific to AIRBUS aircraft and applicable to several systems.- Torque: Term used when a procedure requires a specific torque value.- Tighten: Term used when no specific torque value is required.- WARNING: Calls attention to use of materials, processes, methods, procedures or limits that you

    must obey precisely to prevent injury or death to persons.- CAUTION: Calls attention to methods and procedures that you must obey to prevent damage to

    equipment.- NOTE: Calls attention to methods which make the job easier or give supplementary or explanatory

    information.B. Part Number (P/N) Construction

    It is only with a P/N (not with a FIN) that you can access to the ESPM information.The P/Ns listed in the ESPM are made up of two parts:- A basic element which is the standard number/family.- A suffix which defines the item. e.g. Basic element (standard) + suffix(item) = Full P/N NSA936504 TC0607 NSA936504TC0607 ASNE0261 CF24 E0261CF24

    NOTE: For ASNE standards, the 3 letters "A, S, N" are omitted in the P/N.For clarity, only the suffix (item) (e.g. E0617 for ASNE0617) is shown in the tables.However, you can identify the full P/N because the applicable standard number is always shownon the page. (In the title or/and on top of the table)

    NOTE: For tool military part number (MIL), the P/N consists of the letter M and of the basic specificationnumber.

    e.g.: M 81969 / 01-01 - ----- -- --

    | | | | | | | ----- Dash number from specification sheet | | -------- Specification sheet number | -------------- General specification number ------------------ "M" Military part number indicator

    4. Units of MeasurementA. Abbreviations

    AIRBUS Technical Publications use the metric and non-metric systems of measurement. The systemused in the original reference documents is shown first, followed by the conversion into the other systemin brackets.-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    | U.S. CUSTOMARY SYSTEM | SI-METRIC MEASUREMENT SYSTEM ||------------------------------------|----------------------------------------|| ABBREVIATION | DEFINITION |ABBREVIATION | DEFINITION ||---------------|--------------------|-------------|--------------------------|| deg.F | Degrees Fahrenheit | deg.C | Degrees Celsius || ft. | Foot | m | Meter || USgal | US Gallon | l | Liter || USquart | US Quart | l | Liter |

  • Customer : GENType : ALLRev. Date : Apr 01, 2013

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    | in. | Inch | mm | Millimeter || in.2 | Square Inch | mm2 | Square Millimeter || in.2 | Square Inch | cm2 | Square Centimeter || lb | Pound | kg | Kilogram || lbf | Pound force | daN | Deca Newton || lbf.in. | Pound Force-Inch | m.daN | Meter deca Newton || | (Torque) | | || lbf.ft | Pound Force-Foot | m.daN | Meter deca Newton || | (Torque) | | || in.Hg | Inch of Mercury | hPa | Hecto Pascal || oz | Ounce (Weight) | g | Gram || psi | Pound Square Inch | bar | Bar || lb.min | Pound per minute | kg.min | Kilogram per minute || USgal.min | US Gallon per | l.min | Liter per minute || | | W/dm2 | Watt per square decimeter|| | | cc | Cubic Centimeter |-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    B. Conversion TablesTemperature conversion from degrees Celsius (deg.C) to degrees Fahrenheit (deg.F):deg.F = 1.8 x deg.C + 32.-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    FROM: S.I.Measurement System TO: US Customary System-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    1 bar = 14.5037 psi 1 mm2 = 0.0016 in.2 1 cm2 = 0.1550 in.2 1 daN = 2.2481 lbf 1 g = 0.0353 oz 1 hPa = 0.0295 in.Hg 1 kg = 2.2046 lb 1 kg.min = 2.2046 lb.min 1 l = 0.2641 USgal 1 l = 1.057 USquart 1 l.min = 0.2641 USgal.min 1 m.daN = 88.4956 lbf.in 1 m.daN = 7.3801 lbf.ft 1 m = 3.2809 ft 1 mm = 0.0394 in 1 cm3 = 0.06102 in3 1 hPa = 0.0145 psi----------------------------------------------------------------------------

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    FROM: US Customary System TO: S.I.Measurement System-----------------------------------------------------------------------------

    1 psi = 0.0689 bar 1 in.2 = 645.1600 mm2 1 in.2 = 6.4516 cm2 1 lbf = 0.4448 daN 1 oz = 28.3495 g 1 in.Hg = 33.8640 hPa 1 lb = 0.4