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Governing Spec: MIL-PRF-49470D 
The Qualified Product List for the following governing specification was last updated on 08-FEB-2019
QA FSC QPL Number Governing Spec Doc Date Doc Status Title QPL NotesAccess preamble and foonote information.
CR 5910 QPL-49470 MIL-PRF-49470 29-SEP-2017 Active Capacitor, Fixed, Ceramic Dielectric, Switch Mode Power Supply (General Purpose and Temperature Stable), Standard Reliability and High Reliability, General Specification for Preamble
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 Govt DesignationA government designation is the name or number as assigned in the governing specification document. The format and any coded meanings to the designation are identified and explained in the specification.NSNA national stock number (NSN) is a thirteen digit number uniquely identifying a single government part designation. An NSN, although displayed or written as a continuous string of digits, consists of two separate components – the FSC and NIIN.Spec SheetA spec (or slash) sheet identifies a specific piece or section of a general specification or standard.CSICritical safety items (CSI) are those parts for which any changes to the sourcing requires Design Control Authority approval.Notesallows the viewing of part notes if they exist
M49470P01103JEJ
M49470P01103JEK
M49470P01103JEL
M49470P01103JEM
M49470P01103JEN
M49470P01103KEJ
M49470P01103KEK
M49470P01103KEL
M49470P01103KEM
M49470P01103KEN 5910015236848
M49470P01104JAJ
M49470P01104JAK
M49470P01104JAL
M49470P01104JAM
M49470P01104JAN
M49470P01104JBJ
M49470P01104JBK
M49470P01104JBL
M49470P01104JBM
M49470P01104JBN
M49470P01104JCA
M49470P01104JCB
M49470P01104JCC
M49470P01104JCD
M49470P01104JCF
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