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    LIGHTING, AIRCRAFT, NIGHT VISION IMAGING SYSTEM (NVIS) COMPATIBLE

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    LIGHTING, AIRCRAFT, NIGHT VISION IMAGING SYSTEM (NVIS)
    COMPATIBLE
    1 SCOPE
    2 APPLICABLE DOCUMENTS
       2.1 General
       2.2 Government documents
       2.3 Order of precedence
    3 DEFINITIONS
       3.1 Night Vision Imaging System (NVIS)
       3.2 NVIS lighting compatibility
       3.3 Lighting system
       3.4 Lighting subsystem
       3.5 Crewstation or compartment
       3.6 Interior lighting
       3.7 CIE color coordinate system
       3.8 NVIS radiance
       3.9 Rated drive condition
       3.10 Light leaks
       3.11 Contrast vs contrast ratio
       3.12 Electronic and/or electro-optical displays
       3.13 IR mode
    4 REQUIREMENTS
       4.1 Description
       4.2 System integration
       4.3 Performance
       4.4 Luminance balance
       4.5 Exterior lighting subsystems
    5 VERIFICATION
       5.1 System level verification
       5.2 Inspection conditions
       5.3 Order of inspection
       5.4 Lighting conditions
       5.5 Test set up verification
       5.6 Test set up
       5.7 Inspection methods and procedures
       5.8 Exterior lighting verification
    6 NOTES
       6.1 Intended use
       6.2 Issue of DODISS
       6.3 International standardization
       6.4 Rationale
       6.5 Subject term (keyword) listing
       6.6 Metrication
    APPENDIX A: SPECTRAL RADIANCE, LUMINANCE, AND
       ILLUMINANCE MEASURING EQUIPMENT
       A.1 SCOPE
       A.2 APPLICABLE DOCUMENTS
       A.3 SPECTRORADIOMETER
              A.3.1 Chromaticity and spectral radiance
                     measurement
              A.3.2 Spectroradiometer sensitivity
              A.3.3 Wavelength accuracy and repeatability
              A.3.4 Current resolution
              A.3.5 Zero drift
              A.3.6 Linearity
              A.3.7 Signal conditioning
              A.3.8 Stray light
              A.3.9 Spectroradiometer optics
              A.3.10 Soectroradiometer viewing system
              A.3.11 Spectroradiometer accuracy
       A.4 PHOTOMETER
              A.4.1 Luminance measurement equipment
              A.4.2 Photometer calibration
              A.4.3 Readout resolution
              A.4.4 Photometer optics
              A.4.5 Photometer viewing system
              A.4.6 Photometer polarization error
              A.4.7 Colorimetry
       A.5 REFLECTANCE STANDARD
              A.5.1 Reflectance standard
       A.6 NOTES
              A.6.1 Filter
    APPENDIX B: SAMPLE CALCULATIONS
       B.1 SCOPE
       B.2 APPLICABLE DOCUMENTS
       B.3 NVIS RADIANCE CALCULATIONS
       B.4 CHROMATICITY CALCULATIONS
    APPENDIX C: RATIONALE BEHIND THE REQUIREMENTS CONTAINED
                IN LIGHTING, AIRCRAFT, INTERIOR, NIGHT VISION
                IMAGING SYSTEM (NVIS) COMPATIBLE
       C.1 SCOPE
       C.2 APPLICABLE DOCUMENTS
       C.3 RATIONALE FOR THIS DOCUMENT
       C.4 DISCUSSION
       C.5 REQUIREMENTS
              C.5.1 NVIS sensitivity characteristics
              C.5.2 Mockup
              C.5.3 Light sources
              C.5.4 Compartment lighting
              C.5.5 Emergency exit lighting
              C.5.6 Jump lights
              C.5.7 Work, map, and inspection lights
              C.5.8 Daylight legibility and readability
              C.5.9 Daylight legibility and readability of
                     illuminated visual signals
              C.5.10 Daylight legibility and readibility of
                     electronic and electro-optical displays
              C.5.11 Minimum contrast requirements
              C.5.12 Compensation multipliers
              C.5.13 Minimum difference luminance
       C.6 CHROMATICITY
              C.6.1 Background of chromaticity requirements
              C.6.2 Utility lights, work, inspection light,
                     and compartment light chromaticity
              C.6.3 Caution, advisory, warning and master
                     caution lights chromaticity
       C.7 SPECTRAL RADIANCE LIMITS
              C.7.1 Background of spectral radiance limits
              C.7.2 Monochromatic display radiance
              C.7.3 Multi-color display radiance
              C.7.4 Warning and master caution signal and
                     emergency exit lighting radiance
              C.7.5 Jump light radiance
              C.7.6 Head up display (HUD) system radiance
              C.7.8 Light leaks
              C.7.9 Luminance uniformity
              C.7.10 Maintenance trimming controls (MIL-L-
                     85762 only); now called Luminance
                     balance
              C.7.11 Verification (quality assurance provisions
                     in MIL-L-85762)
              C.7.12 Additional information
       C.8 SUMMARY AND CONCLUSIONS
       C.9 REFERENCES
    TABLES

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    Specifies requirements for the emission characteristics of aircraft lighting and display equipment that is intended for use with night vision imaging systems (NVIS). Applicable to all systems, subsystems, component equipment, and hardware that provides the lighting environment on aircraft where NVIS are employed.

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    Committee AREA SESS
    Development Note Notice 1 - Notice of Administrative Change (03/2004)
    Document Type Standard
    Publisher US Military Specs/Standards/Handbooks
    Status Current

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