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Cross Reference These part numbers have the same form, fit, and function of 331089-1

Item Number Cage
331089-1 80249

Characteristic Codes 331089-1 spec. code meanings

Code Translation
AAWN The physical configuration of the body when viewed in cross section.
CQCF The structural characteristic of the item.
ADVN A measurement from the bottom to the top of a cross section, in distinction from depth.
ADWH A measurement of the cross section taken at right angles to the length, in distinction from thickness.
MATT The chemical compound or mechanical mixture properties of which the item is fabricated.
ALGC The pattern or arrangement that describes the mounting configuration of the item.
ABHP The dimension measured along the longitudinal axis with terminated points at the extreme ends of the item.
SFTT The metallic, nonmetallic, and/or chemical properties with which the item is plated, dipped, and/or coated.the treatment is designed to protect the surface(s) and cannot be wiped off.

331089-1 Conductor Bus

Mfr. Cage 80249


copper alloy Length: 6-37/64"

AAWN Body Cross-sectional Shape
CQCF Construction
ADVN Cross-sectional Height
0.641 inches
ADWH Cross-sectional Width
0.562 inches
MATT Material
Copper alloy
ALGC Mounting Configuration
Four 0.156 holes in line spaced2.000 apart
ABHP Overall Length
6.572 inches
SFTT Surface Treatment

Technical Definition

Bus, Conductor, also referenced with federal logistics item name code 32758 - An item made of rigid or semirigid conductive material, usually employed in the distribution of heavy electrical current. it is cut to specific lengths and is shaped, drilled, tapped or otherwise terminated. it may be fabricated in any of various cross-sectional shapes and sizes and may include terminal lugs. it may be designed to connect two or more screw or stud terminations. excludes terminal strip, grounding.
National Stock Number (NSN) 6150-00-001-6582

Last Modified: 02/14/2017