BS EN 60512-14-5:2006 - Connectors for electronic equipment. Tests and measurements. Sealing tests. Test 14e. Immersion at low air pressure

BS EN 60512-14-5:2006

Connectors for electronic equipment. Tests and measurements. Sealing tests. Test 14e. Immersion at low air pressure

Status : Current   Published : June 2006

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Details a standard test method to assess the effectiveness of the sealing of a connector against ingress of water by exposure to low pressure whilst immersed in a salt solution. Is particularly, but not exclusively, suitable for mated connector assemblies.




Standard NumberBS EN 60512-14-5:2006
TitleConnectors for electronic equipment. Tests and measurements. Sealing tests. Test 14e. Immersion at low air pressure
StatusCurrent
Publication Date30 June 2006
Normative References(Required to achieve compliance to this standard)EN 60512-3-1:2002, EN 60512-1-1:2002, IEC 60512-4-1, IEC 60512-3-1, EN 60512-4-1:2003, IEC 60512-1-1
Informative References(Provided for Information)No other standards are informatively referenced
International RelationshipsEN 60512-14-5:2006,IEC 60512-14-5:2006
Draft Superseded By02/209668 DC
DescriptorsLeak tests, Measurement, Seals, Testing, Electrical equipment, Watertightness tests, Low-pressure tests, Electric connectors, Electronic equipment and components, Electromechanical devices, Electrical components
ICS31.220.10
Title in FrenchConnecteurs pour equipements electroniques. Essais et mesures. Essais d'etancheite. Essai 14e. Immersion a basse pression atmospherique
Title in GermanSteckverbinder fuer elektronische Einrichtungen. Mess- und Pruefverfahren. Pruefungen der Dichtheit. Pruefung 14e. Tauchen bei Unterdruck
CommitteeEPL/48
ISBN0 580 48672 9
PublisherBSI
FormatA4
DeliveryYes
Pages10
File Size363 KB
Price£110.00


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