BS 7588:1993 - Guide to hierarchical interconnection technology

BS 7588:1993

Guide to hierarchical interconnection technology

Status : Withdrawn   Published : March 1993

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Provides a guide to an interconnection system for circuit board partitioning, allowing for a modular construction and solderless assembly of the sub-units.




Standard NumberBS 7588:1993
TitleGuide to hierarchical interconnection technology
StatusWithdrawn
Publication Date15 March 1993
Withdrawn Date02 August 2013
Normative References(Required to achieve compliance to this standard)No other standards are normatively referenced
Informative References(Provided for Information)No other standards are informatively referenced
Draft Superseded By90/27211 DC
DescriptorsElectronic equipment and components, Electric connectors, Printed-circuit boards, Printed circuits, Dimensions, Size, Electric contacts, Ratings, Packaging, Performance, Electrical testing, Electric pins, Numerical designations, Modules, Fitting, Designations, Multicontact connectors, Solderless connectors, Circuits, Cooling, Electric screens, Vibration, Performance testing, Product design
ICS31.180
31.220.10
Title in FrenchGuide de technologie d'interconnexion hierarchique
Title in GermanLeitfaden fuer die hierarchische Verbindungstechnologie
CommitteeEPL/48
ISBN0 580 21067 7
PublisherBSI
FormatA4
DeliveryNo
Pages42
File Size1.029 MB
NotesThis standard has been withdrawn as the standard is no longer relevant
Price£214.00


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