Tf 600 21 4

COMPOSITE PRESSURE VESSELS

63x67 comp 6"tf 6"bf 81.5 / 2070 67.1 / 1704 600 / 2271 80.21 tripod 680 63x86 comp 6"tf 6"bf 98.88 / 2512 84.5 / 2146 900 / 3407 120.31 tripod 950 63x86 comp 16"tmwy 6"bf 99 / 2515 84.5 / 2146 900 / 3407 120.31 tripod 950 63x86 comp 16"tmwy 6"bf 4"tbsf 99 / 2515 85 / 2159 900 / 3407 120.31 tripod 960

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DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY

600-21) 1j. Copy of second Instructor Observation Rubric (score no more than three NO GOs in Section 1, TF 600-21-1; Received a passing score of 40 or higher in Section 2, TF 600-21-1, reference Instructor Observation Rubric, Appendix H, H-2 TR 600- 21) (Note: Dated 30-Days Apart from 1st Instructor Observation Rubric) 1k.

November 8th,2019

Telecom Fuses TF 600 Surface Mount Fuse, 10.1 x 3.22 mm ...

answering machines, caller ID, internet appliance, PBX systems, POS terminals ITU-T K.21/44 Access Network Equipment Telcordia GR-1089 TF 600, 1.25 A (2000.0011.xx) TF 600, 2 A (2000.0012.xx) Remote terminals, line repeaters, muliplexers, cross-connects TIA-968-A

November 8th,2019

TF 600 - Telecom Fuses

Voltage [Vrms] 50 100 200, 400, 600 1000 see GR-1089 600 440 600 1000 Overload Current [A] 0.33 0.17 1 1 0.5 2.2 3 5 Duration 15 min. 15 min. 60x1 s 60x1 s 60x5 s 30 s 5x2 s 1.1 s 0.5 s

November 8th,2019

COMPOSITE PRESSURE VESSELS

63x67 comp 6"tf 6"bf 81.5 / 2070 67.1 / 1704 600 / 2271 80.21 tripod 680 63x86 comp 6"tf 6"bf 98.88 / 2512 84.5 / 2146 900 / 3407 120.31 tripod 950 63x86 comp 16"tmwy 6"bf 99 / 2515 84.5 / 2146 900 / 3407 120.31 tripod 950 63x86 comp 16"tmwy 6"bf 4"tbsf 99 / 2515 85 / 2159 900 / 3407 120.31 tripod 960

November 8th,2019

FACULTY DEVELOPMENT AND RECOGNITION PROGRAM

1-1. Purpose This regulation provides the policy and procedures for implementing the Faculty Development and Recognition Program (FDRP) and award of Army Instructor Badges (AIBs) to instructors.

November 8th,2019

Instructor Developmental Observation Worksheet

2.c. Describe and discuss the similarities between the instructor that you observed and yourself as an instructor. 2.d. Describe and discuss the differences between the instructor that you observed and yourself as an instructor.