BS EN 6092:2016 - Aerospace series. Receptacle, floating, double lug
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BS EN 6092:2016

Aerospace series. Receptacle, floating, double lug

Status : Current   Published : September 2016



This European Standard specifies the dimensions, tolerances, required characteristics and mass of a receptacle for use in fuselage interior equipment and structural applications. This standard shall be used in conjunction with studs per EN 6088 or EN 6105.

Standard NumberBS EN 6092:2016
TitleAerospace series. Receptacle, floating, double lug
Publication Date30 September 2016
Normative References(Required to achieve compliance to this standard)EN 6105, EN 6095, MIL-DTL-83488, EN 6091, SAE AS 8879, EN 10270-1, SAE AMS 5528, EN 2516, EN 2424, ISO 2768-1, MIL-PRF-46010, EN 6088, EN 10270-3, EN 6089, EN 10088-3, EN 2808, EN 6090, SAE AMS 2700, EN 6094, ISO 8080:1985, DIN 17850
Informative References(Provided for Information)No other standards are informatively referenced
International RelationshipsEN 6092:2016
DescriptorsSeatings, Designations, Environment (working), Electrical components, Multicontact connectors, Mass, Aircraft components, Fire resistance, Electric sockets, Dimensions, Marking, Flanges, Size, Electric contacts, Square shape, Electric connectors, Temperature, Threaded components, Surface treatment, Circular shape
Title in FrenchSérie aérospatiale. Réceptacle, flottant, double patte
Title in GermanLuft- und Raumfahrt. Haltenocken, schwimmend, zweiseitig
ISBN978 0 580 92619 8
File Size2.515 MB

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