Through our proprietary website ASAP Aerospace, clients of ASAP Semiconductor can explore our inclusive inventory of both in-production and obsolete parts. Those we service in the Aerospace, Aviation, Military and Defense fields know us for accurately adhering to the proper procurement process as standardized by the Defense Logistics Agency.
Expediting the buying process is a classification system developed by the U.S. Department of Defense that individually and permanently identifies the products being purchased. This regulatory system, called the National Stock Number (NSN), comprises of 13 digits which are broken down into the 2 ensuing identifying subcategories:
1. Federal Supply Classification Group - The first 4 digits of the NSN identifies the Federal Supply Class code (FSCG).
2. National Item Identification Number - The last 9 digits of the NSN identifies the National Item Identification Number (NIIN).
The FSCG and NIIN can be broken down even further into the following classifying subcategories:
Federal Supply Group - The first 2 digits of the FSCG identifies the Federal Supply Group (FSG).
Federal Supply Code - The last 2 digits of the FSCG identifies the Federal Supply Code (FSC).
National Codification Bureau - The first 2 digits of the NIIN identifies the National Codification Bureau (NCB) or NATO country code.
Item Serial Number - The last 7 digits of the NIIN is merely an item serial number that does not follow an assignment pattern.
ASAP Semiconductor stocks parts in the FSG 55 - Lumber and Related Wood Materials. Manufacturers for FSG 55 that we carry include: