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    Electromechanical components for electronic equipment - Basic testing procedures and measuring methods - General examination, electrical continuity and contact resistance tests, insulation tests and voltage stress tests

    Available format(s):  Hardcopy, PDF 1 User, PDF 3 Users, PDF 5 Users, PDF 9 Users

    Withdrawn date:  30-06-2017

    Language(s):  English

    Published date:  01-01-1989

    Publisher:  Standards Australia

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    1 - AS 3726.2-1989 ELECTROMECHANICAL COMPONENTS FOR ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT-BASIC TESTING PROCEDURES AND MEASURING METHODS...
    4 - PREFACE
    5 - CONTENTS
    6 - SECTION ONE – GENERAL EXAMINATION
    6 - Scope
    6 - 1. Test 1a: Visual examination
    6 - 1.1 Object
    6 - 1.2 General
    6 - 1.3 Features to be examined
    7 - 1.4 Method of visual examination
    7 - 1.5 Details to be specified
    7 - 2. Test 1b: Examination of dimension and mass
    7 - 2.1 Object
    7 - 2.2 General
    7 - 2.3 Features to be checked
    7 - 2.3.1 Outline dimensions
    8 - 2.3.2 Mass
    8 - 2.3.3 Clearance and creepage
    8 - 2.3.4 Detailed dimensions
    8 - 2.3.5 Gauging procedure
    8 - 2.3.6 Special measurements
    8 - 2.4 Measuring methods
    8 - 2.5 Details to be specified
    9 - SECTION TWO – ELECTRICAL CONTINUITY AND CONTACT RESISTANCE TESTS
    9 - 3. Test 2a: Contact resistance – Millivolt level method
    9 - 3.1 Object
    9 - 3.2 General measuring requirements
    9 - 3.3 Method of measurement
    9 - 3.3.1 Measurement details
    9 - 3.3.2 Test current and voltage
    9 - 3.4 Measuring cycles
    9 - 3.4.1 Measurement with direct current
    10 - 3.4.2 Measurement with alternating current
    10 - 3.4.3 More than one measuring cycle
    10 - 3.5 Requirements
    10 - 3.6 Details to be specified
    10 - 4. Test 2b: Contact resistance – Specified test current method
    10 - 4.1 Object
    10 - 4.2 General measuring requirements
    11 - 4.3 Method of measurement
    11 - 4.3.1 Measurement details
    11 - 4.3.2 Test current and voltage
    11 - 4.4 Measuring cycles
    11 - 4.4.1 Measurement with direct current
    11 - 4.4.2 Measurement with alternating current
    12 - 4.4.3 More than one measuring cycle
    12 - 4.5 Requirements
    12 - 4.6 Details to be specified
    12 - 5. Test 2c: Contact resistance variation
    12 - 5.1 Object
    12 - 5.2 Mounting of the test specimen
    12 - 5.3 General requirements
    13 - 5.4 Measuring apparatus
    13 - 5.5 Details to be specified
    13 - 6. Test 2d: Circuit continuity at microvolt level (deleted)
    13 - 7. Test 2e: Contact disturbance
    13 - 7.1 Object
    13 - 7.2 Mounting of the test specimen
    13 - 7.3 Method of measurement
    14 - 7.4 Requirements
    14 - 7.5 Details to be specified
    14 - 8. Test 2f: Housing (shell) electrical continuity
    14 - 8.1 Object
    14 - 8.2 General requirements
    14 - 8.3 Test requirements
    15 - 8.4 Details to be specified
    15 - 9. Test 2g: Stability of contact resistance (deleted)
    15 - 10. Test 2h: Resistance (earthing) from actuator to mounting bushing (surface)
    15 - 10.1 Object
    15 - 10.2 Method of measurement
    15 - 10.3 Requirements
    15 - 10.4 Details to be specified
    16 - SECTION THREE – INSULATION TESTS
    16 - 11. Test 3a: Insulation resistance
    16 - 11.1 Object
    16 - 11.2 Mounting of specimen
    16 - 11.3 General requirements
    16 - 11.4 Measuring methods
    17 - 11.5 Details to be specified
    17 - SECTION FOUR – VOLTAGE STRESSTESTS
    17 - 12. Test 4a: Voltage proof
    17 - 12.1 Object
    17 - 12.2 Mounting of specimen
    17 - 12.3 Test methods
    17 - 12.3.1 Method A
    17 - 12.3.2 Method B
    18 - 12.3.3 Method C
    18 - 12.4 Test requirements
    18 - 12.5 Details to be specified
    18 - 13. Test 4b: Partial discharge
    18 - 13.1 Object
    18 - 13.2 Preparation of the specimen
    18 - 13.3 Test method
    18 - 13.3.1 Test equipment
    19 - 13.3.2 Test procedure
    19 - 13.4 Requirements
    19 - 13.5 Details to be specified
    20 - 14. Test 4c: Voltage proof of pre-insulated crimp barrels
    20 - 14.1 Object
    20 - 14.2 Preparation of the specimen
    20 - 14.3 Test method
    20 - 14.4 Requirement
    20 - 14.5 Details to be specified

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    The tests contained herein, when required by the detail specification, shall be used for electromechanical components within the scope of Technical Committee No.48*. They may also be used for similar devices when specified in a detail specification.

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    Committee EL-026
    Document Type Standard
    Product Note Use with AS 1099 series
    Publisher Standards Australia
    Status Withdrawn
    Supersedes

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