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Export Control Classifications

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Date: February 16, 2015

Subject: Export Control Classifications

To all our Valued Customers:

On December 30, 2014, the U.S. Departments of State and Commerce amended the export control classifications for different categories of equipment as part of the Export Control Reform Initiative. Tel-Instrument Electronics Corp, a manufacturer of aviation test equipment, has changed the export control classifications of their equipment to conform to these new regulations.



Effective immediately, the following test equipment models manufactured and serviced by Tel-Instrument have the following new export control classifications:

United States Munitions List (USML) Category XI(a)(11):

AN/APM-480A (90 000 095)
T-47NC/NH (90 000 061/062)
T-47G (90 000 087)

TR-420 (90 000 120)
TR-401 (90 000 112)
TR-100AF (90 000 130)
AN/
USM-708 (90 000 108)
AN/
USM-719 (90 000 121)
TS-4530A (90 000 125)

TS-4530A Remote Client
AN/ARM-206 (90 000 122)
5 Watt Amplifier (90 000 067)

Commerce Control List (CCL) Export Control Classification Number (ECCN) 3B611:

T-36M (90 000 058)
T-76 (90 000 076)
T-76-2 (90 000 119)
T-760 (90 000 140)


Commerce Control List (CCL) Export Control Classification Number (ECCN) 7B994:

T-30D (90 000 053)
T-30CMII (90 000 049)
T-36C (90 000 077)
TR-220 (90 000 088)

With these new classifications, there are no changes to existing export licenses and all provisos and restrictions that were issued with the original license will remain in effect. It is the responsibility of the test set owner to confirm these new classifications with their appropriate empowered official or subject matter specialist and ensure that all State and Commerce Department rules and regulations are strictly adhered to.

Tel-Instrument Electronics Corp is not responsible for any item shipped to its facility without proper authorization or documentation.

Failure to properly follow State and Commerce Department regulations can result in confiscation of the equipment during shipment, the inability of Tel-Instrument to return the equipment, possible fines and/or administrative penalties.


James Miller
Tel-Instrument Electronics Corp
Empowered Official
201-933-1600 x 302