BS EN 62329-1:2006 - Heat shrinkable moulded shapes. Definitions and general requirements

BS EN 62329-1:2006

Heat shrinkable moulded shapes. Definitions and general requirements

Status : Current   Published : April 2006

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IEC TS 62396-2:2008 (E) provides guidance related to the testing of microelectronic devices for purposes of measuring their susceptibility to single event effects (SEE) induced by the atmospheric neutrons. Since the testing can be performed in a number of different ways, using different kinds of radiation sources, it also shows how the test data can be used to estimate the SEE rate of devices and boards due to the atmospheric neutrons in the atmosphere at aircraft altitudes.




Standard NumberBS EN 62329-1:2006
TitleHeat shrinkable moulded shapes. Definitions and general requirements
StatusCurrent
Publication Date28 April 2006
Normative References(Required to achieve compliance to this standard)IEC 60050-212:1990, IEC 62329-2, EN 62329-2 2006
Informative References(Provided for Information)IEC 62329-3
International RelationshipsEN 62329-1:2006,IEC 62329-1:2005
Amended ByAMD 16955
AMD 16955 is a Corrigendum.
Draft Superseded By02/209273 DC
DescriptorsHeat-shrinkable materials, Moulded materials, Heat-shrinkable sleeving, Sleeving (electrical), Electrical insulating materials, Solid electrical insulating materials, Sealing materials, Electrical components, Design, Shape, Performance, Performance testing, Compatibility, Acceptance (approval)
ICS29.035.20
Title in FrenchGaines thermoretractables. Definitions et prescriptions generales
Title in GermanWaermeschrumpfende Formteile. Begriffe und allgemeine Anforderungen
CommitteeGEL/15/5
ISBN0 580 48179 4
PublisherBSI
FormatA4
DeliveryYes
Pages12
File Size1.141 MB
Price£110.00


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