1. Support Equipment Considerations
The environmental and physical constraints, such as size, weight,
power, temperatures and
interfaces have been factored into Support
Equipment (SE) design.
Analyses to identify the optimum mix of automatic and manual fault
isolation equipment at each applicable maintenance level
has been conducted.
Types and quantity of SE for each location has been established.
Manpower, training, maintenance levels and maintenance task
requirements are identified.
The SE requirements document or equivalent is submitted by the
contractor to justify SE
requirements and initiate follow-on support
Required technical documentation to support the SE is identified and
- Procedures to perform the required tests and
- Test measurement and diagnostic equipment
calibration requirements and associated
- All product/technical data required to support
and operate required support equipment
the life cycle of that product.
- Test fixtures and/or
interfaces to connect the system to the test equipment.
Provisioning documentation identifies:
- Tools and test
equipment by task function and maintenance level.
codes (e.g., source, maintenance and recoverability codes) are identified
- Manufacturers part numbers, nomenclatures,
descriptions, estimated prices and