BS EN 186130:1996 - Harmonized system of quality assessment for electronic components. Sectional specification. Connector sets for optical fibres and cables. Type LSA

BS EN 186130:1996

Harmonized system of quality assessment for electronic components. Sectional specification. Connector sets for optical fibres and cables. Type LSA

Status : Current   Published : June 1996

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Type LSA defines single way connectors with a M5,5 mm x 5 mm screw thread coupling mechanism and a cylindrical butting ferrule of 2,5 mm nominal diameter.




Standard NumberBS EN 186130:1996
TitleHarmonized system of quality assessment for electronic components. Sectional specification. Connector sets for optical fibres and cables. Type LSA
StatusCurrent
Publication Date15 June 1996
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
International RelationshipsEN 186130:1994
DescriptorsElectric connectors, Electric plugs, Electronic equipment and components, Optical fibres, Fibre optics, Qualification approval, Assessed quality, Conformity, Inspection, Dimensions, Dimensional tolerances, Grades (quality), Grading (quality), Marking, Fibre optic connectors, Fibre optic cables, Ferrules
ICS33.180.20
Title in FrenchSpécification intermédiaire. Jeux de connecteurs pour fibres et câbles optiques. Type LSA
Title in GermanRahmenspezifikation. Steckverbindersaetze fuer Lichtwellenleiter und Lichtwellenleiterkabel. Bauart LSA
CommitteeGEL/86/2
ISBN0 580 25662 6
PublisherBSI
FormatA4
DeliveryYes
Pages22
File Size586.6 KB
Price£130.00


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