Detail specification: Two-part connectors for printed boards having a grid of 2,54 mm, short version in compliance with CECC 75 101-801, with assessed quality

Corrigendum to EN issued June 2005

Bauartspezifikation: Indirekte Steckverbinder für gedruckte Schaltungen, Raster 2,54 mm, kurze Ausführung entsprechend CECC 75 101-801 mit bewerteter Qualität

Spécification particulière: Connecteurs en deux parties pour circuits imprimés sur une grille de base de 2,54 mm, version simplifiée en conformité avec la CECC 75 101-801, pour l'assurance de la qualité

Podrobna specifikacija – Dvodelni konektorji za plošče tiskanega vezja z rastrom 2,54 mm, kratka različica v skladu s CECC 75101-801, z ocenjeno kakovostjo

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STANDARDPodrobna specifikacija – Dvodelni konektorji za plošče tiskanega vezja z rastrom 2,54 mm, kratka različica v skladu s CECC 75101-801, z ocenjeno kakovostjoDetail specification: Two-part connectors for printed boards having a grid of 2,54 mm, short version in compliance with CECC 75101-801, with assessed quality©

Standard je založil in izdal Slovenski inštitut za standardizacijo. Razmnoževanje ali kopiranje celote ali delov tega dokumenta ni dovoljenoReferenčna številkaSIST EN 175101-809:2005(en)ICS31.220.10

EUROPEAN STANDARD
EN 175101-809 NORME EUROPÉENNE EUROPÄISCHE NORM

March 2004 CENELEC European Committee for Electrotechnical Standardization Comité Européen de Normalisation Electrotechnique Europäisches Komitee für Elektrotechnische Normung

Central Secretariat: rue de Stassart 35, B - 1050 Brussels

© 2004 CENELEC - All rights of exploitation in any form and by any means reserved worldwide for CENELEC members.

Ref. No. EN 175101-809:2004 E
ICS 31.220.10 Supersedes EN 175101-809:1999
English version
Detail specification: Two-part connectors for printed boards
having a grid of 2,54 mm, short version
in compliance with CECC 75 101-801, with assessed quality
Spécification particulière: Connecteurs en deux parties pour circuits imprimés
sur une grille de base de 2,54 mm, version simplifiée en conformité avec
la CECC 75 101-801, pour l'assurance de la qualité

Bauartspezifikation: Indirekte Steckverbinder für gedruckte Schaltungen, Raster 2,54 mm, kurze Ausführung entsprechend

CECC 75 101-801 mit bewerteter Qualität

This European Standard was approved by CENELEC on 2004-02-01. CENELEC members are bound to comply with the CEN/CENELEC Internal Regulations which stipulate the conditions for giving this European Standard the status of a national standard without any alteration.

Up-to-date lists and bibliographical references concerning such national standards may be obtained on application to the Central Secretariat or to any CENELEC member.

This European Standard exists in three official versions (English, French, German). A version in any other language made by translation under the responsibility of a CENELEC member into its own language and notified to the Central Secretariat has the same status as the official versions.

CENELEC members are the national electrotechnical committees of Austria, Belgium, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland and United Kingdom.

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Foreword

This European Standard was prepared by Reporting Secretariat 48B (former CLC/TC 48B,

LF connectors).

The text of the draft was submitted to the Unique Acceptance Procedure and was approved by CENELEC as EN 175101-809 on 2004-02-01.

This European Standard supersedes EN 175101-809:1999.
The following dates were fixed:
- latest date by which the EN has to be implemented
at national level by publication of an identical
national standard or by endorsement (dop) 2005-02-01
- latest date by which the national standards conflicting
with the EN have to be withdrawn (dow) 2007-02-01 __________
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Contents Page 1 Scope.............................................................................................................................................4 2 Normative references...................................................................................................................4 3 Style designation..........................................................................................................................6 4 Common features.........................................................................................................................7 4.1 Mounting dimensions...........................................................................................................7 4.2 Mating information............................................................................................................10 4.3 Survey of styles.................................................................................................................10 5 Dimensions.................................................................................................................................10 5.1 General..............................................................................................................................10 5.2 Fixed board connector......................................................................................................11 5.3 Free board connector........................................................................................................17 5.4 Mating information............................................................................................................21 5.5 Accessories (for information only).....................................................................................21 5.6 Mounting information of fixed board connectors...............................................................21 5.7 Mounting information for free board connectors...............................................................22 6 Gauges........................................................................................................................................22 7 Characteristics...........................................................................................................................23 7.1 Climatic category...............................................................................................................23 7.2 Electrical............................................................................................................................23 7.3 Mechanical........................................................................................................................25 8 Test schedule.............................................................................................................................25 8.1 General.............................................................................................................................25 8.2 Test schedule tables.........................................................................................................28 9 Quality assessment procedures...............................................................................................36 9.1 Qualification approval testing............................................................................................36 9.2 Quality conformance inspection........................................................................................37 9.3 Delayed delivery, re-inspection.........................................................................................39 10 Ordering information.................................................................................................................39

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1 Scope This European Standard applies to two-part connector for printed boards with a basic grid of 2,54 mm, common mounting features and 16 to 48 contacts. A standard style with angled male contacts in the free connector and straight female contacts in the fixed connector and a reversed style with angled female contacts in the free connector and straight male contacts in the fixed connector. 2 Normative references The following standards contain provisions which, through reference in this text, constitute provisions of this standard. At the time of publication, the edition indicated were valid. All standards are subject to revision, and parties to agreements based on this International Standard are encouraged to investigate the possibility of applying the most recent editions of the standards indicated below. Members of IEC and ISO maintain registers of currently valid International Standards. IEC 60068-1:1988, Environmental testing - Part 1: General and guidance

IEC 60097:1991; Grid systems for printed circuits IEC 60194:1999, Printed board design, manufacture and assembly - Terms and definitions

IEC 60326-3:1991, Printed boards - Part 3: Design and use of printed boards IEC 60352-1:1997, Solderless connections - Part 1: Solderless wrapped connections, General requirements, tests methods and practical guidance IEC 60352-5:2001, Solderless connections - Part 5: Press-in connections - General requirements, test methods and practical guidance

IEC 60410:1973, Sampling plans and procedures for inspection by attributes IEC 60512-1:2001, Connectors for electronic equipment - Tests and measurements - Part 1: General IEC 60512-1-1:2002, Connectors for electronic equipment - Tests and measurements -

Part 1-1: General examination - Test 1a: Visual examination IEC 60512-1-2:2002, Connectors for electronic equipment - Tests and measurements -

Part 1-2: General examination - Test 1b: Examination of dimension and mass IEC 60512-2:1985, Part 2: General examination, electrical continuity and contact resistance tests, insulation tests and voltage stress tests IEC 60512-2-1:2002, Connectors for electronic equipment - Tests and measurements -

Part 2-1: Electrical continuity and contact resistance tests - Test 2a: Contact resistance - Millivolt level method IEC 60512-2-5:2003, Connectors for electronic equipment - Tests and measurements -

Part 2-5: Electrical continuity and contact resistance tests - Test 2e: Contact disturbance IEC 60512-3-1:2002, Connectors for electronic equipment - Tests and measurements -

Part 3-1: Insulation tests - Test 3a: Insulation resistance IEC 60512-4-1:2003, Connectors for electronic equipment : Tests and measurements -

Part 4-1: Voltage stress tests - Test 4a: Voltage proof IEC 60512-4-2:2002, Connectors for electronic equipment - Tests and measurements -

Part 4-2: Voltage stress tests - Test 4b: Partial discharge IEC 60512-5:1992, Electromechanical components for electronic equipment; basic testing procedures and measuring methods - Part 5: Impact tests (free components), static load tests (fixed components), endurance tests and overload tests IEC 60512-6:1984, Electromechanical components for electronic equipment; basic testing procedures and measuring methods - Part 6: Climatic tests and soldering tests IEC 60512-6-1:2002, Connectors for electronic equipment - Tests and measurements -

Part 6-1: Dynamic stress tests - Test 6a: Acceleration, steady state
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IEC 60512-6-3:2002, Connectors for electronic equipment - Tests and measurements -

Part 6-3: Dynamic stress tests - Test 6c: Shock IEC 60512-6-4:2002, Connectors for electronic equipment - Tests and measurements -

Part 6-4: Dynamic stress tests - Test 6d: Vibration (sinusoidal) IEC 60512-7:1993, Electromechanical components for electronic equipment; basic testing procedures and measuring methods - Part 7: Mechanical operating tests and sealing tests IEC 60512-8:1993, Electromechanical components for electronic equipment; basic testing procedures and measuring methods - Part 8: Connector tests (mechanical) and mechanical tests on contacts and terminations IEC 60512-9:1992, Electromechanical components for electronic equipment; basic testing procedures and measuring methods - Part 9: Miscellaneous tests IEC 60512-11-1:1995, Electromechanical components for electronic equipment - Basic testing procedures and measuring methods - Part 11: Climatic tests - Section 1: Test 11a - Climatic sequence IEC 60512-11-3:2002, Connectors for electronic equipment - Tests and measurements -

Part 11-3: Climatic tests - Test 11c: Damp heat, steady state IEC 60512-11-4:2002, Connectors for electronic equipment - Tests and measurements -

Part 11-4: Climatic tests - Test 11d: Rapid change of temperature IEC 60512-11-5:2002, Connectors for electronic equipment - Tests and measurements -

Part 11-5: Climatic tests - Test 11e: Mould growth IEC 60512-11-8:1995, Electromechanical components for electronic equipment - Basic testing procedures and measuring methods - Part 11: Climatic tests - Section 8: Test 11h - Sand and dust IEC 60512-11-9:2002, Connectors for electronic equipment - Tests and measurements -

Part 11-9: Climatic tests - Test 11i: Dry heat IEC 60512-11-10:2002, Connectors for electronic equipment - Tests and measurements -

Part 11-10: Climatic tests - Test 11j: Cold IEC 60512-11-11:2002, Connectors for electronic equipment - Tests and measurements -

Part 11-11: Climatic tests - Test 11k: Low air pressure IEC 60512-11-12:2002, Connectors for electronic equipment - Tests and measurements -

Part 11-12: Climatic tests - Test 11m: Damp heat, cyclic IEC 60512-11-14:2003, Electromechanical components for electronic equipment - Basic testing procedures and measuring methods - Part 11: Climatic tests - Section 14: Test 11p: Flowing single gas corrosion test IEC 60603-1:1991, Connectors for frequencies below 3 MHz for use with printed boards -

Part 1: Generic specification - General requirements and guide for the preparation of detail specifications, with assessed quality IEC 60603-1-am1:1992, Amendment No. 1 IEC 60603-2: 1995, Connectors for frequencies below 3 MHz for use with printed boards -

Part 2: Detail specification for two-part connectors with assessed quality, for printed boards, for basic grid of 2,54 mm (0,1 in) with common mounting features IEC 61076-1:1995, Connectors with assessed quality, for use in d.c., low frequency analogue and in digital high speed data applications - Part 1: Generic specification

IEC 61076-4:1995, Connectors with assessed quality, for use in d.c., low-frequency analogue and in digital high-speed data applications - Part 4: Sectional specification - Printed board connectors

ISO 272:1982, Fasteners - Hexagon products - Widths across flats ISO 468:1982, Surface roughness – Parameters, their values and general rules for specifying requirements IEC QC 001002:1986, Rules of procedure of the IEC Quality Assessment System for Electronic Components (IECQ); Amendment 2: 1994

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3 Style designation

Connectors according to this specification shall be designated by the following system:

NOTE "L"
stands for letter

"N" stands for number Example: Connector style C, having 48 gold plated male contacts with solder terminals. Complete board-mounted connector for boards up to 1,6mm, with performance level 2 and assessment level G:

CECC 75101-809-C048MS-1C1-2G. Reference to this specification CECC 75101-809
N N
L Letter denoting the style of connector
For details see 4.3
and 5 B C Q R

Number of contacts For details see 4.3 and 5 016032048Letter denoting styleof contact Two-part connector male

female MF
Letter denoting basicstyle and number denoting application oftermination Solder
Compliant Press-in Wrapped connection

Press-in and wrapped conn. Press-in with wrapped conn. and rear side mating Not applicable Solder termination for board thickness up to 1,6 mm Solder termination for board thickness up to 2,4 mmTermination for press-in connection with post length 5,5 mm Termination for press-in connection with post length 13 mm Termination for press-in connection with post length 17 mmTermination for press-in connection with post length 20 mmS PWU R 0123456Letter denoting assessment levelB G AssessmentlevelB Assessment level G Number denoting performance levelPL12Performance level PL 1Performance level PL 23Performance level PL 3Number denoting contact finish12Gold, gold alloy Silver, silver alloy 3Palladium, Pd-alloy with gold flashLetter to distinguish connector and contacts CComplete connector

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4 Common features 4.1 Mounting dimensions 4.1.1 Reference system A line in the mounting plane of the fixed connector and passing through the position of the centres of the mounting holes is used as a datum line. The nominal centre of the mounting hole near contact No. 16 is used as datum point. With reference to this datum system, the dimensions in 4.1.2 and 4.1.3 are defined. 4.1.2 Fixed board connector 4.1.2.1 Position of the terminations The centre distance of the terminations shall be 2,54 mm or multiples thereof. The terminations shall be located so as to permit automatic wiring techniques. 4.1.3 Printed board assembly 4.1.3.1 Position of the grid of the printed board The termination of the free connector shall fit into holes in the printed board according to IEC 60326-3, located on a grid of 2,54 mm according to IEC 60097.

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4.1.4 Isometric view and values Table 1 – Isometric view and values Reference letter Dimensions

mm Legend C1 max. 55 Maximum length of the fixed connector
M 17,2 Range of electrical engagement (see Figure 1)
15,6 NOTE

For information only X1 50,1 49,9 Distance between the two mounting holes of the fixed board connector Distance between the two mounting holes of the free board connector X2

48,36 48,16 NOTE

The mounting holes are also located on the grid of 2,54 mm according to IEC 60097. a 5,95 Distance between datum point and a line through the centres of the termination no. 16 of the fixed board connector b 0,3 Distance between datum line and a line through the centres of the termination row „b“ of the fixed board connector

Pitch of the termination of the fixed board connector c n x 2,54 NOTE

Where a pitch of 2 mm x 2,54 mm = 5,08 mm is used, the terminations shall be located on even-numbered positions 2, 4, 6 .......14, 16 only. d 3,55 Distance between datum line and component side of the printed board

e 5,3 Distance between the edge of the printed board and the first row of component holes for the free board connector

f 2,54 Distance between the mounting hole and the first row of component holes for the free board connector

g 5,08 Distance between the mounting hole and the component holes for the termination no. 1 or no. 16 of the free board connector h 44,36 Minimum length of mounting cut-out or minimum distance between mounting bars for the fixed board connector i 2,5 Maximum thickness of mounting panel or bars for the fixed board connectors u 14,2 Range in which reliable contact is ensured

12,4 NOTE See 4.2 for mating information.
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Figure 1 – Isometric view (Shown: style C, 48 ways)

Fixed board connector Free board connector Datum line Datum pointPrinted boardGrid

2,54 mm (0,1 in)Example for guide of printed board
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4.2 Mating information See 4.2 of IEC 60603-2.

4.3 Survey of styles Table 2 – Survey of styles standard styles 1) B032, C048 C032 C016

Connector style and number of contacts reverse styles1) Q032, R048 R032 R016 Styles C and R 1) 12,7 mm

Smallest pitch of adjacent connectors Styles B and Q1) 10,16 mm Current carrying capacity at 70°C (see 7.2.3) 1 A Performance level 1,2,3 Minimum creepage and clearance distance 2)

Creepage
1,8 mm Between contacts and chassis
Clearance 1,6 mm Creepage
1,2 mm 3,0 mm Within a row Clearance 1,2 mm 3,0 mm Creepage

1,2 mm 3,0 mm Between adjacent contacts Between rows Clearance 1,2 mm 3,0 mm 1) Standard styles: free board connector with male contacts

Reverse styles: fixed board connectors with male contacts 2) Application information: Permissible operating voltage depends on the application and the applicable or specified safety requirements. Reductions in creepage or clearance distances may occur due to the printed board or the wiring used and shall duly be taken into account.

5 Dimensions 5.1 General See 5.1 in IEC 60603-2.
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5.2 Fixed board connector 5.2.1 Style B 5.2.1.1 Dimensions

Figure 2 – Style B 5.2.1.2 Terminations For dimensions of terminations, see Table 4.

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5.2.2 Style C 5.2.2.1 Dimensions

Figure 3 – Style C 5.2.2.2 Terminations For dimensions of terminations, see Table 4.

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5.2.3 Style Q 5.2.3.1 Dimensions Terminations suitable for hole pattern on printed boards (see 5.6)

Figure 4 – Style Q 5.2.3.2 Terminations For dimensions of terminations, see Table 4.

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5.2.4 Style R 5.2.4.1 Dimensions Terminations suitable for hole pattern on printed boards (see 5.6)

Figure 5 – Style R 5.2.4.2 Terminations For dimensions of terminations, see Table 4.

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5.2.5 Contact arrangements of styles and terminations 5.2.5.1 Contact arrangements Table 3 – Contact arrangements of styles B, C, Q and R Contact No.

1 2 3 4 5 6
11 12 13 14 15 16 Remark a xx x x x x x x x x X x
Row B 032 and Q 032
x x
a xx x x X x x x x x x x
b xx x x X x x x x x x x
Row C 048 und R 048
c xx x x X x x x x x x x
Row a xx x x X x x x x x x x
C 032 und R 032 b
c xx x x X x x x x x X x There are no contacts in row
"b" but connectors shall be provided with contact cavities and entries Row a
C 016 und R 016 b
x There are no contacts in row

"b" and in odd-number positions but connectors shall be provided with contact cavities and entries NOTE

An "x" denotes a contact.
5.2.5.2 Terminations
Styles S – 1, S – 2, W – 4, W – 5 Styles P – 3, U – 4, U – 5, U – 6
R – 4, R – 5, R – 6 Figure 6 – Terminations
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Table 4 – Dimensions of style B, C, Q and R terminations Style Code-letters for style and numbers for application of termination Application E1 mm n1 mm n3 mm n5 mm I1 mm

S - 11) Mounted on printed boards with nominal thickness up to 1,6 mm 2,9 2,2

S - 22) Mounted on printed boards with nominal thickness up to 2,4 mm 4,5 3,7 Suitable for holes 1 mm nominal diameter in accordance with IEC 60326-3

P – 3 Compliant press-in terminations for printed boards with a nominal thickness of

1,6 mm to 3,2 mm max. 6,0 Suitable for through metallized holes, diameter:
1 +0,09/-0,06 mm in accordance with IEC 60352-5
B,C, Q,R W – 4 Wrapped connections
according to IEC 60352-1 13,5 12,5
0,86 0,76
W – 5 Wrapped connections
according to IEC 60352-1 17,5 16,5
0,86 0,76
U – 4 R – 4 Press-in termination + wrap or press-in termination + wrap +
rear plug up 13,5 12,5
U – 5 R – 5 Press-in termination + wrap or press-in termination + wrap +
rear plug up 17,5 16,5
U – 6 R – 6 Press-in termination + wrap or press-in termination + wrap +
rear plug up 20,5 19,5 Suitable for through metallized holes, diameter:
1 +0,09/-0,06 mm in accordance with IEC 60352-5 and wrapped connections in
accordance with
IEC 60352-1
0,86 0,76

max. 6 In case of procurement of new tools, change the dimensions to: 1) 3,2 mm to 2,6 mm 2) 4,0 mm to 3,4 mm, suitable for mounting on printed boards with nominal thickness up to 2,4 mm or optional 4,8 mm to 4,2 mm, suitable for mounting on printed boards with nominal thickness up to 3,2 mm.

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5.3 Free board connector 5.3.1 Style B 5.3.1.1 Dimensions Terminations suitable for hole pattern on printed boards (see 5.7).

Figure 7 – Style B 5.3.1.2 Terminations The terminations shall be suitable for holes 1 mm nominal diameter in accordance with IEC 60326-3.

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5.3.2 Style C 5.3.2.1 Dimensions Terminations suitable for hole pattern on printed boards (see 5.7).

Figure 8 – Style C 5.3.2.2 Terminations The terminations shall be suitable for holes 1 mm nominal diameter in accordance with IEC 60326-3.

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5.3.3 Style Q 5.3.3.1 Dimensions Terminations suitable for hole pattern on printed boards (see 5.7).

Figure 9 – Style Q 5.3.3.2 Terminations The terminations shall be suitable for holes 1 mm nominal diameter in accordance with IEC 60326-3.

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5.3.4 Style R 5.3.4.1 Dimensions Terminations suitable for hole pattern on printed boards (see 5.7).

Figure 10 – Style R 5.3.4.2 Terminations The terminations shall be suitable for holes 1 mm nominal diameter in accordance with IEC 60326-3.

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5.4 Mating information See 5.4 of IEC 60603-2. 5.5 Accessories (for information only) See 5.5 of IEC 60603-2.

5.6 Mounting information of fixed board connectors

Figure 11 – Hole pattern on printed boards for styles B, C, Q and R All component holes according to Table 5. Mounting holes suitable for mounting means used. Table 5 – Mounting dimensions for fixed board connectors Styles

X3 a5 d3 u1 u3 50,1 38,1 2,9 0,3 6,05 B, C, Q and R mm 49,9
2,8 0,3 5,85
Hole pattern for C048F – R048M C032F – R032M C016F – R016M B032F – Q032M
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5.7 Mounting information for free board connectors

Figure 12 – Mounting information for free board connectors All component holes 1 mm in accordance with IEC 60326-3. Mounting holes suitable for mounting means used. Table 6 – Mounting dimensions for free board connectors Styles

X4 a4 u2 u4 u6 48,36 38,1 2,64 5,4 5,18 B, C, Q and R mm 48,16
2,44 5,2 4,98 6 Gauges
See Clause 6 of IEC 60603-2. 6.1 Sizing gauge and retention force gauges
See 6.1 of IEC 60603-2.
6.2 Test panel (for voltage proof test)
See 6.2 of IEC 60603-2.
Hole pattern for C048M – R048F C032M – R032F C016M – R016F B032M – Q032F
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7 Characteristics 7.1 Climatic category Table 7 – Climatic category Performance level Climatic category Category temperature Damp heat, steady state Days

Lower °C Upper °C Temperature °C Relative humidity

1 55/125/56 -55 125 40 93 % 56 2 55/125/21 -55 125 40 93 % 21 3 55/125/00 -55 125 Not applicable

7.2 Electrical 7.2.1 Clearance and creepage distance The permissible operating voltage depend on the application and on the applicable or specified requirements. Therefore the clearance and creepage distances are given as operating characteristics. (Values, see Table 2); In practice, reduction in creepage or clearance distances may occur due to the conductive pattern of the printed board or the wiring used and shall duly be taken into account. 7.2.2 Voltage proof Conditions: IEC 60512-4-1, Test 4a

Method B
Standard atmospheric conditions
Mated connectors Table 8 – Voltage proof Style
C016
R016 C032 R032 B032, C048 Q032, R048 Contact / contact
1 550 V(r.m.s.) 1 000 V(r.m.s.) Contact / test panel 1 550 V(r.m.s.)
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7.2.3 Current carrying capacity Conditions: IEC 60512-5-2, Test 5b
Standard atmospheric conditions
All contacts

Figure 13 – Current carrying capacity 7.2.4 Initial contact resistance Conditions: IEC 60512-2-1, Test 2a

Standard atmospheric conditions
Mated connectors
Connection points:
Figure 14 – Connection points Style B, C, Q and R: 20 mΩ max.
7.2.5 Initial insulation resistance Conditions: IEC 60512-3-1, Test 3a: Method B
Standard atmospheric conditions
Test voltage 100 V d.c.

Mated connectors All performance levels: 106 MΩ min. Ambient temperature of connectorCurrent carrying capacity Fixed connector Connection points Connection points Free connector Component side of printed board

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7.3 Mechanical 7.3.1 Insertion and withdrawal forces Conditions:
IEC 60512-7, Test 13b
Max. speed 10 mm/s Table 9 – Insertion and withdrawal force Style
No. Of contacts Insertion and with-drawal force Fmax. Mass of connectors mmax.1)
N Male
g Female g B, Q 32 30
16 15 C, R 32 30
48 45
10 1) calculated values.
7.3.2 Vibration (sinusoidal) Conditions:

IEC 60512-6-4, Test 6d Table 10 – Vibration (sinusoidal) Performance level Severity 1 10 Hz to 2 000 Hz and 1,5 mm or 20 g 2 10 Hz to 500 Hz and 0,35 mm or 5 g 3 Not applicable

7.3.3 Mechanical operations Conditions:
IEC 60512-5, Test 9a
Max. speed: 10 mm/s

Rest: 30 s (unmated) Table 11 – Mechanical operation Performance level 1 2 3 Number of operations

500 250 50 8 Test schedule 8.1 General This test schedule shows all tests and the order in which they shall be carried out as well as the requirements to be met. An "X" in the column "Requirements" of the following tables indicates that the test or conditioning shall be applied. Unless otherwise specified, mated sets of connectors shall be tested. Care shall be taken to keep a particular combination of connectors together during the complete test sequence, i.e. when un-mating is necessary for certain test, the sale connector as before shall be mated for the subsequent tests. In the following a mated set of connectors is called a "specimen".

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For a complete test sequence following numbers of specimens are necessary: Table 12 – Test specimens Performance level 1 2 3

Number of specimens Initial tests

30 24 12 Group AP 6 4 4 Group BP 8 4 4 Group CP 4 4 - Group DP 4 4 - Group EP 4 4 - Group FP 4 4 4

When the initial tests have been completed, all the specimens are divided up according to the test groups. Before testing commences, the connectors must have been stored for at least 24 h unmated under normal climatic conditions for testing as per IEC 60068-1. 8.1.1 Arrangement for contact resistance measurement Conditions:

IEC 60512-2-1, Test 2a The points of connection: see Figure 14. The measurement of contact resistance shall be carried out on the number of contacts specified. Any subsequent measurement of contact shall be made on the same contacts. 8.1.2 Arrangement for vibration, shock and acceleration test Conditions: IEC 60512-6-1, Test 6a; IEC 60512-6-3, Test 6c and IEC 60512-6-4, Test 6d

Figure 15 – Dynamic stress arrangement Fixed board connector Printed board 100 mm x 20 mm Free board connector Mounting plate Fixed board and free board connector rigidly fixed, e.g. screwed to the mounting plate

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8.1.3 Arrangement for flammability test Conditions: IEC 60512-9, Test 20a

Figure 16 – Flammability test 8.1.4 Arrangement for static load, axial Conditions: IEC 60512-5, Test 8b

Figure 17 – Static load test arrangement 8.1.5 Wiring arrangement for insulation resistance, voltage proof and polarization voltage

The figure shows an example for a three row connector.
Measuring:
1) between a and b

2) between a and b and test panel Figure 18 – Damp heat test wiring arrangement Specimen FlameTesting probeFixed board Free Fixed by normalmeans Fixing devic

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