25 May 2005
The Government will furnish certain components of the
electronic NAVAID system. The Government-furnished Design
Analysis includes a list of all Government-furnished
components for installation by the D-B Contractor.
The D-B Contractor shall furnish and install all materials
and equipment necessary for a complete operable system that
are not furnished by the Government.
Inspection and Testing
All electronic NAVAIDS shall be inspected and
conformance with Sections 1.18.10.a and 1.18.10.b.
After the shakedown testing is completed, the Government will
accepting or placing any electronic NAVAIDS in operation. The
Contractor shall cooperate and assist the Government during the
flight inspection. The Contactor shall immediately correct any
deficiencies found in the electronic NAVAIDS during the flight
inspection so a re-check can be conducted. The Contractor shall
assist the Government during all flight inspection checks until
the project is completed and fully approved by the Federal
Aviation Administration (FAA).
AIRFIELD ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS
Visual NAVAID power circuits shall be constant current electrical
circuits with intensity control of the lighting components unless
load requires more than one regulator and circuit, the circuits
Power supply for a series circuit shall be provided by a CCR that
is capable of both local and remote control. The maximum sized
CCR shall be 30 KW. If the total connected load for an individual
airfield facility (such as a runway) exceeds 30 KW, multiple
circuits and CCRs shall be provided. Multiple series circuits
supplying power to the lights of an individual airfield facility
shall be energized simultaneously and operated at the same
brightness step. Load calculations for each CCR in the project
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