5998-00-001-5622 is not a replacement of any national stock number and has not been cancelled or replaced itself.
DEMIL Code Meaning:
Usml items - demil required. destroy item and components to prevent restoration or repair to a usable condition.
A (No known electrostatic discharge (esd) or electromagnetic interference (emi) sensitivity.)
Elec Appliances/instruments Noi
Communications/electronics, other than sigint/ew or comsec repair parts and components
Electrostatic sensitive device (esd)
Other or no special handling required (sh)
Shipment is not a consolidation and does not exceed 84 inches in any dimension.
Instruments/equipment/supplies for radio, communications, electrical, laboratory, etc. (includes signal corps)
Extremely fragile items including delicate instruments.
Schedule B & Trade:
8542900000 (NAICS 334413) Electronic integrated circuits and microassembly parts
Parts of electronic integrated circuits and microassembles
End Use: 21320
Questions & Answers:
What are the historical prices recorded for this stock number?
No pre-dated pricing for this NSN could be found.
What NATO entities are users of this NSN?
No recorded entities for this stock number.
How is national stock number 5998-00-001-5622 defined?
A grouping of two or more different types of electrical/electronic components mounted on a common mounting. it may include an assembly of electrical/electronic components mounted on multiple printed wiring board(s) mounted back to back, stacked, and the like. the item is generally a component of a subassembly and cannot be assigned a more definite item name. excludes items which may be identified as a subassembly. for an assembly of electrical/electronic components mounted on a single printed wiring board, see circuit card asseembly. do not use if a more specific name applies.
Does this item require Demilitarization?
Usml items - demil required. destroy item and components to prevent restoration or repair to a usable condition. (note 5).
Is this item ITAR controlled?
Yes. This item is subject to the international traffic in arms regulations (ITAR).
When was this national stock number assigned to the federal catalog?