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Table 8-8.  Device Type and Range of ESD Susceptibility (VOLTS)
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TM-9-254 Gearcase Transfer M548 M548A1 (
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Figure 8-18.  ESD Protective Workstation (2 Operator Station shown)
TM 9-254 8-11. ESD Protective Work Station. WARNING Do not use grounded protective work station for testing. a. Army Adopted Configuration.  In general, it must occupy a 10-foot square area, cordoned off with yellow lines or  other  means  of  segregation.    The  area  should  be  posted  with  signs  identifying  it  as  a  static-free  work  area.    This protective station may be used for packaging or by maintenance personnel for repairing sensitive devices, but not when applying power to  the  instrument  for  testing.    Refer  to  figure  8-18  for  a  sketch  of  the  grounded  packaging  and/or  repair work station layout. b. Precautions  Within  20-Foot  Distance.    For  purposes  of  initially  established  worksites,  the  major  controlled area shall be considered as that area within a 20-foot radius of the bench(es).  Within this controlled area, the following shall be excluded: (1) Materials handling trucks, carts, and equipment. (2) Conveyor drive mechanisms and moving belts. (3) Sandblast and air-cleaning equipment. (4) Paint spray booths and ventilating equipment. (5) Storage  of  bulk  common  plastic  materials  such  as  large  rolls  of  cushion  wrapping  material,  loose  fills, slab cushioning, or fastpacks. c. Precautions  Within  50-Foot  Distance.    A  special  hazard  exists  in  areas  where  stretch  and  shrink  wrapping operations  are  performed.    This  is  also  true  where  skin  packaging,  foam-in-place,  and  plastic  bagging  are  conducted. These functions must be kept at least 50-feet away from static protected sites. d. Chairs.      Chairs   are   generally   not   recommended   within   the   protected   areas.      If   used,   due   to   physical impairment of personnel, they must be of conductive construction, making good electrical con- tact with the grounded floor material, and must have conductive seat covers. Change 3  8-29

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