19/30406273 DC - BS EN 3774-006. Aerospace series. Circuit breakers, three-poles, temperature compensated, rated currents 1 A to 25 A. Part 006. 6,35 blade terminal. Product standard

19/30406273 DC

BS EN 3774-006. Aerospace series. Circuit breakers, three-poles, temperature compensated, rated currents 1 A to 25 A. Part 006. 6,35 blade terminal. Product standard

Status : Draft for public comment, Current   Published : November 2019

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Standard Number19/30406273 DC
TitleBS EN 3774-006. Aerospace series. Circuit breakers, three-poles, temperature compensated, rated currents 1 A to 25 A. Part 006. 6,35 blade terminal. Product standard
StatusDraft for public comment, Current
Publication Date20 November 2019
Normative References(Required to achieve compliance to this standard)TR 6083, EN 3841-305, FED-STD-595B, EN 3774-001, EN 6113, EN 3841-100, EN 9133, IEC 60934
Informative References(Provided for Information)No other standards are informatively referenced
International RelationshipsprEN 3774-006:2019
Draft Expiry Date19 January 2020
DescriptorsAircraft components, Performance testing, Rated current, Tensile strength, Switchgear, Electrical testing, Tripping mechanisms (circuit-breakers), Circuit-breakers, Tri-pole circuit-breakers, Compressive strength, Mechanical testing, Electrical resistance, Making capacity, Breaking capacity, Rated voltage, Environmental testing, Torque, Loading, Electrical protection equipment, Electrical insulation, Force, Non-ferrous alloys, Alloys, Nickel alloys, Temperature, Aerospace transport, Steels, Air
ICS19.040
49.025.10
49.025.99
49.060
CommitteeACE/6
PublisherBSI
FormatA4
DeliveryYes
Pages19
File Size752 KB
NotesWarning: this draft is not current beyond its expiry date for comments.
Price£20.00


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