Connectors for electrical and electronic equipment - Product requirements - Part 3-119: Rectangular connectors - Detail specification for shielded and unshielded, free and fixed 10-way connectors with push-pull coupling for industrial environments for data transmission with frequencies up to 100 MHz

IEC 61076-3-119:2017 establishes specifications and test requirements for 10-way shielded and unshielded rectangular, free and fixed connectors, with push-pull coupling, for data transmission with frequencies up to 100 MHz and for use in industrial environments.
This document specifies free and fixed connectors with round contacts, suitable for screw or crimp terminations. Other terminations techniques, such as solder or printed board connections are upon agreement between manufacturer and user. The free and fixed connectors have a push-pull locking mechanism for IP65 and IP67 protection according to IEC 60529.
Connectors according this document are without breaking capacity COC according to 3.9 of IEC 61984:2008, therefore they are not intended to be engaged or disengaged in normal use when live or under load, if not otherwise specified by the manufacturer.
Key words: Connectors, Rectangular Connectors, 10 Way Connectors, Push-Pull Coupling

Connecteurs pour équipements électriques et électroniques - Exigences de produit - Partie 3-119: Connecteurs rectangulaires - Spécification particulière pour les fiches et les embases rectangulaires écrantées et non écrantées à 10 pôles, à accouplement pousser-tirer, destinées à être utilisées dans des environnements industriels, pour les transmissions de données avec des fréquences allant jusqu’à 100 MHz

IEC 61076-3-119:2017 établit les spécifications et les exigences d’essai pour les connecteurs rectangulaires, libres et fixes protégés à 10 voies, avec couplage push-pull, pour la transmission de données avec des fréquences allant jusqu’à 100 MHz et pour une utilisation dans les environnements industriels.
Ce document spécifie les connecteurs libres et fixes avec des contacts ronds, adaptés aux terminaisons de vis ou de sertissage. D’autres techniques de terminaison, telles que les connexions de soudure ou de panneau imprimé sont sur accord entre le fabricant et l’utilisateur. Les connecteurs libres et fixes disposent d’un mécanisme de verrouillage push-pull pour la protection IP65 et IP67 selon IEC 60529.
Selon ce document, les connecteurs sont sans rupture de capacité COC conformément à 3.9 de l’IEC 61984:2008, donc ils ne sont pas destinés à être engagés ou désengagés dans une utilisation normale lorsqu’ils vivent ou sont sous charge, si ce n’est autrement spécifié par le fabricant.
Mots clés : Connecteurs, Connecteurs rectangulaires, Connecteurs 10 voies, Couplage Push-Pull

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IEC 61076-3-119
Edition 1.0 2017-12
INTERNATIONAL
STANDARD
Connectors for electrical and electronic equipment – Product requirements –
Part 3-119: Rectangular connectors – Detail specification for shielded and
unshielded, free and fixed 10-way connectors with push-pull coupling for
industrial environments for data transmission with frequencies
up to 100 MHz
IEC 61076-3-119:2017-12(en)
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IEC 61076-3-119
Edition 1.0 2017-12
INTERNATIONAL
STANDARD
Connectors for electrical and electronic equipment – Product requirements –
Part 3-119: Rectangular connectors – Detail specification for shielded and
unshielded, free and fixed 10-way connectors with push-pull coupling for
industrial environments for data transmission with frequencies
up to 100 MHz
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CONTENTS

FOREWORD ........................................................................................................................... 5

INTRODUCTION ..................................................................................................................... 7

1 Scope .............................................................................................................................. 9

2 Normative references ...................................................................................................... 9

3 Terms and definitions .................................................................................................... 11

4 Technical information .................................................................................................... 12

4.1 Ratings and characteristics ................................................................................... 12

4.1.1 Rated current ................................................................................................. 12

4.1.2 Rated voltage ................................................................................................ 12

4.1.3 Insulation resistance ...................................................................................... 12

4.1.4 Voltage proof ................................................................................................. 12

4.2 Performance levels ............................................................................................... 12

4.3 Compatibility levels ............................................................................................... 12

4.4 Climatic categories ............................................................................................... 12

4.5 Clearance and creepage distances ....................................................................... 12

4.6 Marking ................................................................................................................. 13

5 Dimensional information ................................................................................................ 13

5.1 General ................................................................................................................. 13

5.2 Isometric view and common features .................................................................... 13

5.3 Engagement (mating) information – Contact levels and sequencing ...................... 13

5.4 Fixed connectors .................................................................................................. 14

5.4.1 Dimensions .................................................................................................... 14

5.4.2 Terminations .................................................................................................. 15

5.5 Free connectors .................................................................................................... 15

5.5.1 Dimensions .................................................................................................... 15

5.5.2 Terminations .................................................................................................. 17

5.5.3 Accessories ................................................................................................... 17

5.6 Mounting information for connectors – Mounting on panels ................................... 17

5.7 Gauges – Sizing gauges and retention force gauges ............................................. 18

6 Characteristics .............................................................................................................. 19

6.1 General ................................................................................................................. 19

6.2 Pin assignment and other definitions ..................................................................... 19

6.3 Classification into climatic categories .................................................................... 19

6.4 Electrical characteristics ....................................................................................... 19

6.4.1 Creepage and clearance distances ................................................................ 19

6.4.2 Voltage proof ................................................................................................. 19

6.4.3 Current-carrying capacity ............................................................................... 19

6.4.4 Contact resistance ......................................................................................... 19

6.4.5 Shield to shield resistance ............................................................................. 19

6.4.6 Insulation resistance ...................................................................................... 20

6.5 Transmission characteristics ................................................................................. 20

6.5.1 General ......................................................................................................... 20

6.5.2 Insertion loss ................................................................................................. 20

6.5.3 Return loss .................................................................................................... 20

6.5.4 NEXT ............................................................................................................. 20

6.5.5 FEXT ............................................................................................................. 21

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6.5.6 Transverse conversion loss ........................................................................... 21

6.5.7 Transverse conversion transfer loss .............................................................. 21

6.5.8 Transfer Impedance ....................................................................................... 21

6.6 Mechanical characteristics .................................................................................... 21

6.6.1 Mechanical operation ..................................................................................... 21

6.6.2 Effectiveness of connector coupling devices .................................................. 21

6.6.3 Insertion and withdrawal forces ..................................................................... 21

6.6.4 Contact retention in insert .............................................................................. 22

6.6.5 Polarizing and coding method ........................................................................ 22

6.7 Other characteristics ............................................................................................. 22

6.7.1 Vibration (sine) .............................................................................................. 22

6.7.2 Shock ............................................................................................................ 22

6.7.3 Degree of protection provided by enclosures (IP-code) .................................. 22

6.7.4 Screen and shielding properties ..................................................................... 22

6.8 Environmental aspects .......................................................................................... 22

6.8.1 Marking of insulation material (plastics) ......................................................... 22

6.8.2 Design/use of material ................................................................................... 22

7 Test schedule ................................................................................................................ 22

7.1 General ................................................................................................................. 22

7.1.1 Introductory remarks ...................................................................................... 22

7.1.2 Climatic category ........................................................................................... 23

7.1.3 Clearance and creepage distances ................................................................ 23

7.1.4 Arrangement for contact and shield resistance measurement ........................ 23

7.1.5 Arrangement for dynamic stress tests ............................................................ 23

7.1.6 Arrangement for testing static load; axial ....................................................... 24

7.1.7 Wiring of specimens ...................................................................................... 24

7.2 Test schedules ...................................................................................................... 24

7.2.1 Basic (minimum) test schedule ...................................................................... 24

7.2.2 Full test schedule .......................................................................................... 24

7.3 Test procedures and measuring methods .............................................................. 34

7.4 Pre-conditioning .................................................................................................... 34

7.5 Wiring and mounting of specimens ........................................................................ 34

7.5.1 Wiring ............................................................................................................ 34

7.5.2 Mounting ....................................................................................................... 34

Figure 1 – Fixed (male) and free (female) connector ............................................................. 13

Figure 2 – Fixed connector ................................................................................................... 14

Figure 3 – Free connector ..................................................................................................... 16

Figure 4 – Panel cut-out ........................................................................................................ 18

Figure 5 – Gauge .................................................................................................................. 18

Figure 6 – Contact / shield resistance arrangement .............................................................. 23

Figure 7 – Connector vibration and shock test arrangement .................................................. 24

Table 1 – Climatic category................................................................................................... 12

Table 2 – Dimensions of the fixed connector ......................................................................... 15

Table 3 – Dimensions of the free connector .......................................................................... 17

Table 4 – Panel cut-out ......................................................................................................... 18

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Table 5 – Gauge dimensions................................................................................................. 19

Table 6 – Number of test specimens and contacts ................................................................ 25

Table 7 – Test group P ......................................................................................................... 25

Table 8 – Test group AP ....................................................................................................... 26

Table 9 – Test group BP ....................................................................................................... 28

Table 10 – Test group CP ..................................................................................................... 30

Table 11 – Test group DP ..................................................................................................... 31

Table 12 – Test group EP ..................................................................................................... 32

Table 13 – Test group HP ..................................................................................................... 33

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INTERNATIONAL ELECTROTECHNICAL COMMISSION
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CONNECTORS FOR ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT –
PRODUCT REQUIREMENTS –
Part 3-119: Rectangular connectors – Detail specification for shielded and
unshielded, free and fixed 10-way connectors with push-pull coupling
for industrial environments for data transmission with frequencies
up to 100 MHz
FOREWORD

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International Standard IEC 61076-3-119 has been prepared by subcommittee 48B: Electrical

connectors, of IEC technical committee 48: Electrical connectors and mechanical structures

for electrical and electronic equipment.

This first edition cancels and replaces IEC PAS 61076-3-119 published in 2013. This edition

constitutes a technical revision.
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The text of this International Standard is based on the following documents:
FDIS Report on voting
48B/2602/FDIS 48B/2617/RVD

Full information on the voting for the approval of this International Standard can be found in

the report on voting indicated in the above table.

This document has been drafted in accordance with the ISO/IEC Directives, Part 2.

A list of all parts in the IEC 61076 series, published under the general title Connectors for

electronic equipment – Product requirements, can be found on the IEC website.

The committee has decided that the contents of this document will remain unchanged until the

stability date indicated on the IEC website under "http://webstore.iec.ch" in the data related to

the specific document. At this date, the document will be
• reconfirmed,
• withdrawn,
• replaced by a revised edition, or
• amended.
A bilingual version of this publication may be issued at a later date.
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INTRODUCTION

The International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC) draws attention to the fact that it is

claimed that compliance with this document may involve the use of a patent concerning

connectors given in this specification.

The IEC takes no position concerning the evidence, validity and scope of this patent right.

The holder of this patent right has assured the IEC that he is willing to give free licences with

applicants throughout the world. In this respect, the statement of the holder of this patent right

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most up to date information concerning patents.
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ELECTRONIC COMPONENTS
DETAIL SPECIFICATION in accordance with
IEC 61076-1
Outline drawing
10-way rectangular connector
round contacts Ø 1 mm
screw or crimp terminations, solder
or printed board connections upon
agreement between manufacturer
and user
shielded and unshielded, free and
fixed
for data transmission with
frequencies up to 100 MHz
with push-pull coupling
IEC
IEC
Fixed and free connectors, for
industrial environments
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IEC 61076-3-119:2017 © IEC 2017 – 9 –
CONNECTORS FOR ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT –
PRODUCT REQUIREMENTS –
Part 3-119: Rectangular connectors – Detail specification for shielded and
unshielded, free and fixed 10-way connectors with push-pull coupling
for industrial environments for data transmission with frequencies
up to 100 MHz
1 Scope

This part of IEC 61076-3 establishes specifications and test requirements for 10-way shielded

and unshielded rectangular, free and fixed connectors, with push-pull coupling, for data

transmission with frequencies up to 100 MHz and for use in industrial environments.

This document specifies free and fixed connectors with round contacts, suitable for screw or

crimp terminations. Other terminations techniques, such as solder or printed board

connections are upon agreement between manufacturer and user. The free and fixed

connectors have a push-pull locking mechanism for IP65 and IP67 protection according to

IEC 60529.

Connectors according this document are without breaking capacity COC according to 3.9 of

IEC 61984:2008, therefore they are not intended to be engaged or disengaged in normal use

when live or under load, if not otherwise specified by the manufacturer.
2 Normative references

The following documents are referred to in the text in such a way that some or all of their

content constitutes requirements of this document. For dated references, only the edition

cited applies. For undated references, the latest edition of the referenced document (including

any amendments) applies.

IEC 60050-581:2008, International Electrotechnical Vocabulary – Part 581: Electromechanical

components for electronic equipment
IEC 60068-1, Environmental testing – Part 1: General and guidance

IEC 60068-2-20:2008, Environmental testing – Part 2-20: Tests – Test T: Test methods for

solderability and resistance to soldering heat of devices with leads

IEC 60352-2, Solderless connections – Part 2: Crimped connections – General requirements,

test methods and practical guidance

IEC 60352-5, Solderless connections – Part 5: Press-in connections – General requirements,

test methods and practical guidance

IEC 60512-1-1, Connectors for electronic equipment – Tests and measurements – Part 1-1:

General examination – Test 1a: Visual examination

IEC 60512-1-2, Connectors for electronic equipment – Tests and measurements – Part 1-2:

General examination – Test 1b: Examination of dimension and mass
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IEC 60512-2-1, Connectors for electronic equipment – Tests and measurements – Part 2-1:

Electrical continuity and contact resistance tests – Test 2a: Contact resistance – Millivolt level

method

IEC 60512-3-1, Connectors for electronic equipment – Tests and measurements – Part 3-1:

Insulation tests – Test 3a: Insulation resistance

IEC 60512-4-1, Connectors for electronic equipment – Tests and measurements – Part 4-1:

Voltage stress tests – Test 4a: Voltage proof

IEC 60512-5-1, Connectors for electronic equipment – Tests and measurements – Part 5-1:

Current-carrying capacity tests – Test 5a: Temperature rise

IEC 60512-6-3, Connectors for electronic equipment – Tests and measurements – Part 6-3:

Dynamic stress tests – Test 6c: Shock

IEC 60512-6-4, Connectors for electronic equipment – Tests and measurements – Part 6-4:

Dynamic stress tests – Test 6d: Vibration (sinusoidal)

IEC 60512-9-1, Connectors for electronic equipment – Tests and measurements – Part 9-1:

Endurance tests – Test 9a: Mechanical operation

IEC 60512-11-1, Electromechanical components for electronic equipment – Basic testing

procedures and measuring methods – Part 11: Climatic tests – Section 1: Test 11a – Climatic

sequence

IEC 60512-11-3, Connectors for electronic equipment – Tests and measurements – Part 11-3:

Climatic tests – Test 11c: Damp heat, steady state

IEC 60512-11-4, Connectors for electronic equipment – Tests and measurements – Part 11-4:

Climatic tests – Test 11d: Rapid change of temperature

IEC 60512-11-7, Connectors for electronic equipment – Tests and measurements – Part 11-7:

Climatic tests – Test 11g: Flowing mixed gas corrosion test

IEC 60512-11-9, Connectors for electronic equipment – Tests and measurements – Part 11-9:

Climatic tests – Test 11i: Dry heat
IEC 60512-11-10, Connectors for electronic equipment – Tests and measurements –
Part 11-10: Climatic tests – Test 11j: Cold
IEC 60512-11-12, Connectors for electronic equipment – Tests and measurements –
Part 11-12: Climatic tests – Test 11m: Damp heat, cyclic

IEC 60512-13-2, Connectors for electronic equipment – Tests and measurements – Part 13-2:

Mechanical operation tests – Test 13b: Insertion and withdrawal forces

IEC 60512-13-5, Connectors for electronic equipment – Tests and measurements – Part 13-5:

Mechanical operation tests – Test 13e: Polarizing and keying method

IEC 60512-15-1, Connectors for electronic equipment – Tests and measurements – Part 15-1:

Connector tests (mechanical) – Test 15a: Contact retention in insert

IEC 60512-15-6, Connectors for electronic equipment – Tests and measurements – Part 15-6:

Connector tests (mechanical) – Test 15f: Effectiveness of connector coupling devices

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IEC 60512-15-7, Connectors for electronic equipment – Tests and measurements – Part 15-7:

Connector tests (mechanical) – Test 15g: Robustness of protective cover attachment

IEC 60512-16-5, Connectors for electronic equipment – Tests and measurements – Part 16-5:

Mechanical tests on contacts and terminations – Test 16e: Gauge retention force (resilient

contacts)
IEC 60512-26-100, Connectors for electronic equipment – Tests and measurements –

Part 26-100: Measurement setup, test and reference arrangements and measurements for

connectors according to IEC 60603-7 – Tests 26a to 26g
IEC 60529:1989, Degrees of protection provided by enclosures (IP Code)
IEC 60529:1989/AMD1:1999
IEC 60529:1989/AMD2:2013

IEC 60999-1:1999, Connecting devices – Electrical copper conductors – Safety requirements

for screw-type and screwless-type clamping units – Part 1: General requirements and

2 2

particular requirements for clamping units for conductors from 0,2 mm up to 35 mm

(included)
IEC 61076-1:20
...

IEC 61076-3-119
Edition 1.0 2017-12
INTERNATIONAL
STANDARD
NORME
INTERNATIONALE
Connectors for electrical and electronic equipment – Product requirements –

Part 3-119: Rectangular connectors – Detail specification for shielded and unshielded,

free and fixed 10-way connectors with push-pull coupling for industrial environments

for data transmission with frequencies up to 100 MHz

Connecteurs pour équipements électriques et électroniques – Exigences de produit –

Partie 3-119: Connecteurs rectangulaires – Spécification particulière pour les fiches et

les embases rectangulaires écrantées et non écrantées à 10 pôles, à accouplement

pousser-tirer, destinées à être utilisées dans des environnements industriels, pour les

transmissions de données avec des fréquences allant jusqu’à 100 MHz
IEC 61076-3-119:2017-12(en-fr)
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IEC 61076-3-119
Edition 1.0 2017-12
INTERNATIONAL
STANDARD
NORME
INTERNATIONALE
Connectors for electrical and electronic equipment – Product requirements –

Part 3-119: Rectangular connectors – Detail specification for shielded and unshielded,

free and fixed 10-way connectors with push-pull coupling for industrial environments

for data transmission with frequencies up to 100 MHz

Connecteurs pour équipements électriques et électroniques – Exigences de produit –

Partie 3-119: Connecteurs rectangulaires – Spécification particulière pour les fiches et

les embases rectangulaires écrantées et non écrantées à 10 pôles, à accouplement

pousser-tirer, destinées à être utilisées dans des environnements industriels, pour les

transmissions de données avec des fréquences allant jusqu’à 100 MHz
INTERNATIONAL
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ELECTROTECHNIQUE
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CONTENTS

FOREWORD ........................................................................................................................... 5

INTRODUCTION ..................................................................................................................... 7

1 Scope .............................................................................................................................. 9

2 Normative references ...................................................................................................... 9

3 Terms and definitions .................................................................................................... 11

4 Technical information .................................................................................................... 12

4.1 Ratings and characteristics ................................................................................... 12

4.1.1 Rated current ................................................................................................. 12

4.1.2 Rated voltage ................................................................................................ 12

4.1.3 Insulation resistance ...................................................................................... 12

4.1.4 Voltage proof ................................................................................................. 12

4.2 Performance levels ............................................................................................... 12

4.3 Compatibility levels ............................................................................................... 12

4.4 Climatic categories ............................................................................................... 12

4.5 Clearance and creepage distances ....................................................................... 12

4.6 Marking ................................................................................................................. 13

5 Dimensional information ................................................................................................ 13

5.1 General ................................................................................................................. 13

5.2 Isometric view and common features .................................................................... 13

5.3 Engagement (mating) information – Contact levels and sequencing ...................... 13

5.4 Fixed connectors .................................................................................................. 14

5.4.1 Dimensions .................................................................................................... 14

5.4.2 Terminations .................................................................................................. 15

5.5 Free connectors .................................................................................................... 15

5.5.1 Dimensions .................................................................................................... 15

5.5.2 Terminations .................................................................................................. 17

5.5.3 Accessories ................................................................................................... 17

5.6 Mounting information for connectors – Mounting on panels ................................... 17

5.7 Gauges – Sizing gauges and retention force gauges ............................................. 18

6 Characteristics .............................................................................................................. 19

6.1 General ................................................................................................................. 19

6.2 Pin assignment and other definitions ..................................................................... 19

6.3 Classification into climatic categories .................................................................... 19

6.4 Electrical characteristics ....................................................................................... 19

6.4.1 Creepage and clearance distances ................................................................ 19

6.4.2 Voltage proof ................................................................................................. 19

6.4.3 Current-carrying capacity ............................................................................... 19

6.4.4 Contact resistance ......................................................................................... 19

6.4.5 Shield to shield resistance ............................................................................. 20

6.4.6 Insulation resistance ...................................................................................... 20

6.5 Transmission characteristics ................................................................................. 20

6.5.1 General ......................................................................................................... 20

6.5.2 Insertion loss ................................................................................................. 20

6.5.3 Return loss .................................................................................................... 20

6.5.4 NEXT ............................................................................................................. 20

6.5.5 FEXT ............................................................................................................. 21

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6.5.6 Transverse conversion loss ........................................................................... 21

6.5.7 Transverse conversion transfer loss .............................................................. 21

6.5.8 Transfer Impedance ....................................................................................... 21

6.6 Mechanical characteristics .................................................................................... 21

6.6.1 Mechanical operation ..................................................................................... 21

6.6.2 Effectiveness of connector coupling devices .................................................. 21

6.6.3 Insertion and withdrawal forces ..................................................................... 21

6.6.4 Contact retention in insert .............................................................................. 22

6.6.5 Polarizing and coding method ........................................................................ 22

6.7 Other characteristics ............................................................................................. 22

6.7.1 Vibration (sine) .............................................................................................. 22

6.7.2 Shock ............................................................................................................ 22

6.7.3 Degree of protection provided by enclosures (IP-code) .................................. 22

6.7.4 Screen and shielding properties ..................................................................... 22

6.8 Environmental aspects .......................................................................................... 22

6.8.1 Marking of insulation material (plastics) ......................................................... 22

6.8.2 Design/use of material ................................................................................... 22

7 Test schedule ................................................................................................................ 22

7.1 General ................................................................................................................. 22

7.1.1 Introductory remarks ...................................................................................... 22

7.1.2 Climatic category ........................................................................................... 23

7.1.3 Clearance and creepage distances ................................................................ 23

7.1.4 Arrangement for contact and shield resistance measurement ........................ 23

7.1.5 Arrangement for dynamic stress tests ............................................................ 23

7.1.6 Arrangement for testing static load; axial ....................................................... 24

7.1.7 Wiring of specimens ...................................................................................... 24

7.2 Test schedules ...................................................................................................... 24

7.2.1 Basic (minimum) test schedule ...................................................................... 24

7.2.2 Full test schedule .......................................................................................... 24

7.3 Test procedures and measuring methods .............................................................. 34

7.4 Pre-conditioning .................................................................................................... 34

7.5 Wiring and mounting of specimens ........................................................................ 34

7.5.1 Wiring ............................................................................................................ 34

7.5.2 Mounting ....................................................................................................... 34

Figure 1 – Fixed (male) and free (female) connector ............................................................. 13

Figure 2 – Fixed connector ................................................................................................... 14

Figure 3 – Free connector ..................................................................................................... 16

Figure 4 – Panel cut-out ........................................................................................................ 18

Figure 5 – Gauge .................................................................................................................. 18

Figure 6 – Contact / shield resistance arrangement .............................................................. 23

Figure 7 – Connector vibration and shock test arrangement .................................................. 24

Table 1 – Climatic category................................................................................................... 12

Table 2 – Dimensions of the fixed connector ......................................................................... 15

Table 3 – Dimensions of the free connector .......................................................................... 17

Table 4 – Panel cut-out ......................................................................................................... 18

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Table 5 – Gauge dimensions................................................................................................. 19

Table 6 – Number of test specimens and contacts ................................................................ 25

Table 7 – Test group P ......................................................................................................... 25

Table 8 – Test group AP ....................................................................................................... 26

Table 9 – Test group BP ....................................................................................................... 28

Table 10 – Test group CP ..................................................................................................... 30

Table 11 – Test group DP ..................................................................................................... 31

Table 12 – Test group EP ..................................................................................................... 32

Table 13 – Test group HP ..................................................................................................... 33

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CONNECTORS FOR ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT –
PRODUCT REQUIREMENTS –
Part 3-119: Rectangular connectors – Detail specification for shielded and
unshielded, free and fixed 10-way connectors with push-pull coupling
for industrial environments for data transmission with frequencies
up to 100 MHz
FOREWORD

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patent rights. IEC shall not be held responsible for identifying any or all such patent rights.

International Standard IEC 61076-3-119 has been prepared by subcommittee 48B: Electrical

connectors, of IEC technical committee 48: Electrical connectors and mechanical structures

for electrical and electronic equipment.

This first edition cancels and replaces IEC PAS 61076-3-119 published in 2013. This edition

constitutes a technical revision.
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The text of this International Standard is based on the following documents:
FDIS Report on voting
48B/2602/FDIS 48B/2617/RVD

Full information on the voting for the approval of this International Standard can be found in

the report on voting indicated in the above table.

This document has been drafted in accordance with the ISO/IEC Directives, Part 2.

A list of all parts in the IEC 61076 series, published under the general title Connectors for

electronic equipment – Product requirements, can be found on the IEC website.

The committee has decided that the contents of this document will remain unchanged until the

stability date indicated on the IEC website under "http://webstore.iec.ch" in the data related to

the specific document. At this date, the document will be
• reconfirmed,
• withdrawn,
• replaced by a revised edition, or
• amended.
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INTRODUCTION

The International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC) draws attention to the fact that it is

claimed that compliance with this document may involve the use of a patent concerning

connectors given in this specification.

The IEC takes no position concerning the evidence, validity and scope of this patent right.

The holder of this patent right has assured the IEC that he is willing to give free licences with

applicants throughout the world. In this respect, the statement of the holder of this patent right

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ISO (www.iso.org/patents) and IEC (http://patents.iec.ch) maintain on-line data bases of

patents relevant to their standards. Users are encouraged to consult the data bases for the

most up to date information concerning patents.
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IEC SC 48B – Connector specifications available from: IEC 61076-3-119 Ed. 1.0
IEC General secretariat
or from the addresses shown on the inside cover.
ELECTRONIC COMPONENTS
DETAIL SPECIFICATION in accordance with
IEC 61076-1
Outline drawing
10-way rectangular connector
round contacts Ø 1 mm
screw or crimp terminations, solder
or printed board connections upon
agreement between manufacturer
and user
shielded and unshielded, free and
fixed
for data transmission with
frequencies up to 100 MHz
with push-pull coupling
IEC
IEC
Fixed and free connectors, for
industrial environments
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IEC 61076-3-119:2017 © IEC 2017 – 9 –
CONNECTORS FOR ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT –
PRODUCT REQUIREMENTS –
Part 3-119: Rectangular connectors – Detail specification for shielded and
unshielded, free and fixed 10-way connectors with push-pull coupling
for industrial environments for data transmission with frequencies
up to 100 MHz
1 Scope

This part of IEC 61076-3 establishes specifications and test requirements for 10-way shielded

and unshielded rectangular, free and fixed connectors, with push-pull coupling, for data

transmission with frequencies up to 100 MHz and for use in industrial environments.

This document specifies free and fixed connectors with round contacts, suitable for screw or

crimp terminations. Other terminations techniques, such as solder or printed board

connections are upon agreement between manufacturer and user. The free and fixed

connectors have a push-pull locking mechanism for IP65 and IP67 protection according to

IEC 60529.

Connectors according this document are without breaking capacity COC according to 3.9 of

IEC 61984:2008, therefore they are not intended to be engaged or disengaged in normal use

when live or under load, if not otherwise specified by the manufacturer.
2 Normative references

The following documents are referred to in the text in such a way that some or all of their

content constitutes requirements of this document. For dated references, only the edition

cited applies. For undated references, the latest edition of the referenced document (including

any amendments) applies.

IEC 60050-581:2008, International Electrotechnical Vocabulary – Part 581: Electromechanical

components for electronic equipment
IEC 60068-1, Environmental testing – Part 1: General and guidance

IEC 60068-2-20:2008, Environmental testing – Part 2-20: Tests – Test T: Test methods for

solderability and resistance to soldering heat of devices with leads

IEC 60352-2, Solderless connections – Part 2: Crimped connections – General requirements,

test methods and practical guidance

IEC 60352-5, Solderless connections – Part 5: Press-in connections – General requirements,

test methods and practical guidance

IEC 60512-1-1, Connectors for electronic equipment – Tests and measurements – Part 1-1:

General examination – Test 1a: Visual examination

IEC 60512-1-2, Connectors for electronic equipment – Tests and measurements – Part 1-2:

General examination – Test 1b: Examination of dimension and mass
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IEC 60512-2-1, Connectors for electronic equipment – Tests and measurements – Part 2-1:

Electrical continuity and contact resistance tests – Test 2a: Contact resistance – Millivolt level

method

IEC 60512-3-1, Connectors for electronic equipment – Tests and measurements – Part 3-1:

Insulation tests – Test 3a: Insulation resistance

IEC 60512-4-1, Connectors for electronic equipment – Tests and measurements – Part 4-1:

Voltage stress tests – Test 4a: Voltage proof

IEC 60512-5-1, Connectors for electronic equipment – Tests and measurements – Part 5-1:

Current-carrying capacity tests – Test 5a: Temperature rise

IEC 60512-6-3, Connectors for electronic equipment – Tests and measurements – Part 6-3:

Dynamic stress tests – Test 6c: Shock
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