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    HARMONIZED SYSTEM OF QUALITY ASSESSMENT FOR ELECTRONIC COMPONENTS - GENERIC SPECIFICATION: RADIO FREQUENCY COAXIAL CONNECTORS (PART 1, 2 AND 3)

    Available format(s):  Hardcopy, PDF

    Language(s):  English

    Published date:  01-01-1993

    Publisher:  British Standards Institution

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    Foreword
    Preface
    Diagram of the CECC RF connector specification system
    PART I - GENERIC SPECIFICATION: RADIO FREQUENCY COAXIAL
    CONNECTORS
    Section 1 - Scope
    Section 2 - General
    2.1 Related documents
    2.2 Units, symbols and terminology
    2.2.1 Basic terms
    2.2.2 Connector
    2.2.3 Types of contact
    2.2.4 Attachment
    2.2.5 Connector version
    2.2.6 Connector styles
    2.2.7 Mated set
    2.2.8 Seals
    2.2.9 Other terminology
    2.3 Standard ratings and characteristics
    2.4 Marking of the component
    2.5 Marking and contents of package
    2.5.1 Individual unit containers
    2.6 Ordering information (not for inspection purposes)
    2.7 Drawings included in the sectional and detail
           specifications
    2.8 Order of precedence
    Section 3 - Quality assessment procedures
    3.1 General
    3.2 Primary stage of manufacture
    3.3 Subcontracting
    3.4 Rework and resubmission of rejected lots
    3.5 Certified test records (RCE)
    3.6 Validity of release - delayed delivery
    Section 4 - Test and measurement procedures
    4.1 Measurement and recovery conditions
    4.1.1 Measurement conditions
    4.1.2 Recovery conditions
    4.2 Visual examination
    4.3 Dimensions
    4.3.1 Outline dimensions and mass
    4.3.2 Dimensions and materials (piece-parts)
    4.3.3 Gauging procedures
    4.4 Electrical test and measurement procedures
    4.4.1 Reflection factor /r/
    4.4.2 Contact resistance, outer conductor and screen
           continuity, and centre conductor continuity
           (mated cabled connectors)
    4.4.3 Outer conductor/screen continuity
    4.4.4 Insulation resistance
    4.4.5 Voltage proof
    4.4.6 Voltage proof combined with water immersion (water
           immersion test)
    4.4.7 RF high potential withstanding voltage
    4.4.8 Screening effectiveness
    4.4.9 Discharge test (corona test)
    4.4.10 Permeability, non-magnetic materials
    4.4.11 RF insertion loss
    4.5 Mechanical test and measurement procedures
    4.5.1 Gauge retention force (resilient contacts male
           and female)
    4.5.2 Centre contact captivation
    4.5.3 Static load (for fixed connectors only)
    4.5.4 Engagement and separation
    4.5.5 Mechanical tests on cable fixing
    4.5.6 Strength of coupling mechanism
    4.5.7 Compatibility, mechanical
    4.5.8 Resilient hermaphroditic contacts - centre contact
           axial force
    4.5.9 Bending moment
    4.5.10 Effectiveness of safety wire holes
    4.6 Environmental test and measurement procedures
    4.6.1 Soldering
    4.6.2 Bump
    4.6.3 Vibration
    4.6.4 Shock
    4.6.5 Climatic tests
    4.6.6 Damp heat, steady state
    4.6.7 Rapid change of temperature
    4.6.8 Sealing - panel and barrier sealed connectors
           (non-hermetic)
    4.6.9 Sealing - hermetic
    4.6.10 Salt mist
    4.6.11 Dust
    4.6.12 Corrosive mixed gas test
    4.6.13 Sulphur dioxide test
    4.7 Endurance test procedures
    4.7.1 Mechanical endurance
    4.7.2 High temperature endurance
    4.8 Resistance to solvents and contaminating fluids
    4.9 Crimp resistance test
    Annexes to Part I
    A. Crimp Resistance Test
    B. Corrosive Mixed Gas Test
    C. Environmental test voltage and proof voltage
           derating at low air pressure
    D. Test Z/ABDM: Climatic Sequence
    E. Test Apparatus and Composition for Dust Test
    F. Relationship between Transfer Impedance (Zt) and
           Screening Attenuation (dB)
    G. Listing of Parts of IEC 68 referred to in Issue 2
           of this Specification
    H. Guidelines for the determination of tensile forces
           and torsional moments to be applied when testing
           the effectiveness of cable retention with
           recommended values for some typical cables
    J. Permeability, Non-magnetic Materials
    K. RF Insertion Loss
    L. RF High Potential Withstanding Voltage
    M. Effectiveness of Safety Wire Holes
    PART II - CAPABILITY APPROVAL PROCEDURES FOR RF CONNECTORS
    Section 1 - General
    1.1 Scope
    1.2 Related documents
    1.3 Units, symbols and terminology
    1.4. Standard and preferred values
    1.5 Marking of the connector and package
    Section 2 - Quality Assessment Procedures
    2.1 General
    2.1.1 Eligibility for capability approval
    2.1.2 Primary stage of manufacture
    2.1.3 Incorporated components
    2.1.4 Validity of release - delayed delivery
    2.1.5 Rework
    2.1.6 Certified test records (RCE)
    2.2 Procedures for capability approval
    2.2.1 Application for capability approval
    2.2.2 Granting of capability approval
    2.2.3 Description of capability (Capability Manual)
    2.2.4 Capability qualifying components (CQC)
    2.2.5 Demonstration and verification of capability
    2.2.6 Procedures to be followed in the event of a CQC
           failure
    2.2.7 Abstract of description of capability
    2.3 Procedures following the granting of capability
           approval
    2.3.1 Maintenance of capability approval
    2.3.2 Modifications likely to affect the capability
           approval
    2.4 Release for delivery
    2.4.1 Quality conformance inspection requirements
    2.4.2 Customer detail specifications (CDS)
    2.4.3 Detail specifications for standard catalogue items
           to be included in CECC 00200
    2.4.4 Structural similarity
    2.4.5 Register of detail specifications
    2.5 Withdrawal of capability approval
    Annexes to Part II
    A. Example of manufacturing schematic
    B. Layout of front page of CQC specifications
    C. Requirements for capability approval test reports
    D. Maintenance of capability approval - example table
           for periodic tests for maintenance of approval
    E. Example of BDS for customer detail specifications
           and detail specifications for standard catalogue
           items together with instructions for preparation
           of detail specifications
    PART III - QUALIFICATION APPROVAL PROCEDURES FOR RF
    CONNECTORS
    Section 1 - General
    1.1 Scope
    1.2 Related documents
    1.3 Units, symbols and terminology
    1.4 Standard and preferred values
    1.5 Marking of the connector and package
    1.6 Ordering information
    Section 2 - Quality assessment procedures
    2.1 General
    2.2 Eligibility for qualification approval
    2.3 Primary stage of manufacture
    2.4 Incorporated components
    2.4.1 Incorporated components covered by a CECC
           specification
    2.4.2 The use of unapproved incorporated components
    2.5 Structurally similar components
    2.6 Qualification approval procedures
    2.6.1 Selection of specimens for qualification approval
    2.7 Quality conformance inspection
    2.8 Rework and resubmission of rejected lots
    2.8.1 Rework
    2.8.2 Repair
    2.9 Certified test records (RCE)
    Annex to Part III
    A. Example of selection of specimens for qualification
           approval when structural similarity of components
           is claimed

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    Relates to radio-frequency connectors and accessories of assessed quality.

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    Committee EPL/46
    Development Note Supersedes BS CECC22000(1980) Reviewed and confirmed by BSI, December 2005. (11/2005)
    Document Type Standard
    Publisher British Standards Institution
    Status Current
    Supersedes

    Standards Referenced By This Book - (Show below) - (Hide below)

    BS CECC22111(1983) : 1983 SPECIFICATION FOR HARMONIZED SYSTEM OF QUALITY ASSESSMENT FOR ELECTRONIC COMPONENTS - BLANK DETAIL SPECIFICATION: RADIO FREQUENCY COAXIAL CONNECTIONS, SERIES SMA
    BS EN 122110 : 1994
    BS EN 122170 : 1994 HARMONIZED SYSTEM OF QUALITY ASSESSMENT FOR ELECTRONIC COMPONENTS - SECTIONAL SPECIFICATION: RADIO FREQUENCY COAXIAL CONNECTORS - SERIES SSMB
    BS CECC 22121(1981) : 1981 SPECIFICATION FOR HARMONIZED SYSTEM OF QUALITY ASSESSMENT FOR ELECTRONIC COMPONENTS - BLANK DETAIL SPECIFICATION: RADIO FREQUENCY COAXIAL CONNECTORS, SERIES BNC
    BS EN 122120 : 1996 HARMONIZED SYSTEM OF QUALITY ASSESSMENT FOR ELECTRONIC COMPONENTS - SECTIONAL SPECIFICATION: RADIO FREQUENCY COAXIAL CONNECTORS - SERIES BNC
    BS EN 122160 : 1996 HARMONIZED SYSTEM OF QUALITY ASSESSMENT FOR ELECTRONIC COMPONENTS - SECTIONAL SPECIFICATION: RADIO FREQUENCY COAXIAL CONNECTORS - SERIES SSMA
    BS EN 122180 : 1996 HARMONIZED SYSTEM OF QUALITY ASSESSMENT FOR ELECTRONIC COMPONENTS - SECTIONAL SPECIFICATION - RADIO FREQUENCY COAXIAL CONNECTORS - SERIES SSMC
    BS EN 122150 : 1996 HARMONIZED SYSTEM OF QUALITY ASSESSMENT FOR ELECTRONIC COMPONENTS - SECTIONAL SPECIFICATION: RADIO FREQUENCY COAXIAL CONNECTORS - SERIES EIA FLANGE
    BS EN 122190 : 1996 HARMONIZED SYSTEM OF QUALITY ASSESSMENT FOR ELECTRONIC COMPONENTS - SECTIONAL SPECIFICATION - RADIO FREQUENCY COAXIAL CONNECTORS - SERIES 7-16
    BS EN 122140:1994 (published 1994-09) Harmonized system of quality assessment for electronic components. Sectional specification: radio frequency coaxial connectors. Series SMC
    BS EN 50109-2-2 : 1996 HAND CRIMPING TOOLS - TOOLS FOR THE CRIMP TERMINATION OF ELECTRIC CABLES AND WIRES FOR LOW FREQUENCY AND RADIO FREQUENCY APPLICATIONS - PART 2-2: PARTICULAR REQUIREMENTS FOR RADIO FREQUENCY CONNECTORS AND CONCENTRIC CONTACTS - OPEN THROAT TOOLS WITH REMOVABLE AND INTERCHANGEABLE DIES, SIZES A TO G, Q TO T, V AND W
    BS EN 122130 : 1994 HARMONIZED SYSTEM OF QUALITY ASSESSMENT FOR ELECTRONIC COMPONENTS - SECTIONAL SPECIFICATION: RADIO FREQUENCY COAXIAL CONNECTORS - SERIES SMB
    BS EN 122200 : 1995 HARMONIZED SYSTEM OF QUALITY ASSESSMENT FOR ELECTRONIC COMPONENTS - SECTIONAL SPECIFICATION - RADIO FREQUENCY COAXIAL CONNECTORS - SERIES TNC
    EN 50109-2-2:1995/AC:2012 HAND CRIMPING TOOLS - TOOLS FOR THE CRIMP TERMINATION OF ELECTRIC CABLES AND WIRES FOR LOW FREQUENCY AND RADIO FREQUENCY APPLICATIONS - PART 2-2: PARTICULAR REQUIREMENTS FOR RADIO FREQUENCY CONNECTORS AND CONCENTRIC CONTACTS - OPEN THROAT TOOLS WITH REMOVABLE AND INTERCHANGEABLE DIES, SIZES A TO G, Q TO T, V AND W

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    CECC 00109 : 1974 CECC RULES OF PROCEDURE: RP 9: CERTIFIED TESTS RECORDS
    ISO 5459:2011 Geometrical product specifications (GPS) Geometrical tolerancing Datums and datum systems
    CECC 22002 : 1991 RADIO FREQUENCY COAXIAL CONNECTORS - SERIES
    CECC 00112 : 82 AMD 4 CECC RULES OF PROCEDURE: RP 12: VOTING PROCEDURES
    CECC 22003 : 1993 HARMONIZED SYSTEM OF QUALITY ASSESSMENT FOR ELECTRONIC COMPONENTS. BLANK DETAIL SPECIFICATION: FOR THE PREPARATION OF CUSTOMER DETAIL SPECIFICATION (CDS) AND DETAIL SPECIFICATIONS FOR STANDARD PRODUCTION ITEMS WITH CAPABILITY APPROVAL
    CECC 00102 : 86 AMD 1 91 CECC RULES OF PROCEDURE: RP 2: ADMINISTRATION PROCEDURES - ORGANISATION OF THE CECC GENERAL SECRETARIAT - CECC FINANCIAL ADMINISTRATION
    ISO 1101-2:1974 Technical drawings Tolerances of form and of position Part 2: Maximum material principle
    ISO 1101:2017 Geometrical product specifications (GPS) Geometrical tolerancing Tolerances of form, orientation, location and run-out
    CECC 00103 : 1990 CECC RULES OF PROCEDURE: RP 3: THE ELECTRONIC COMPONENTS QUALITY ASSURANCE COMMITTEE (ECQAC)
    IEC 60096-2:1961 Radio-frequency cables - Part 2: Relevant cable specifications
    CECC 00100 : 1988 BASIC RULES - TO BE USED IN CONNECTION WITH THE INTERNAL REGULATIONS OF THE FEN e.V
    CECC 00104 : 89 AMD 3 93 CECC RULES OF PROCEDURE: RP 4: CECC WORKING GROUPS - GENERAL RULES - ADDITIONAL RULES
    IEC 60027-1:1992 Letters symbols to be used in electrical technology - Part 1: General
    CECC 00101 : 91 AMD 2 93 CECC RULES OF PROCEDURE: RP 1: THE CENELEC ELECTRONICS COMPONENTS COMMITTEE (CECC)
    IEC 60410:1973 Sampling plans and procedures for inspection by attributes
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    CECC 00113 : 1993 CECC RULES OF PROCEDURE: RP 13: NATIONAL STATEMENT OF SURVEILLANCE ARRANGEMENTS
    IEC 60419 : 1ED 73 GUIDE FOR THE INCLUSION OF LOT-BY-LOT AND PERIODIC INSPECTION PROCEDURES IN SPECIFICATIONS FOR ELECTRONIC COMPONENTS (OR PARTS)
    CECC 22001 : 1992 BLANK DETAIL SPECIFICATION: RADIO FREQUENCY CONNECTORS AND ACCESSORIES, LEVEL L
    CECC 00111 : 80 AMD 3 CECC RULES OF PROCEDURE: RP 11: SPECIFICATIONS AND THEIR HARMONIZATION - COMPONENTS FOR GENERAL AND PROFESSIONAL USAGE - COMPONENTS OF ENHANCED ASSESSMENT OF QUALITY
    ISO 2015:1976 Numbering of weeks
    CECC 00106 : 1991 CECC RULES OF PROCEDURE: RP 6: METHODS OF AMENDING THE RULES OF PROCEDURE OF THE SYSTEM
    ISO 370:1975 Toleranced dimensions Conversion from inches into millimetres and vice versa
    IEC 60027-2:2005 Letter symbols to be used in electrical technology - Part 2: Telecommunications and electronics
    ISO 129:1985 Technical drawings Dimensioning General principles, definitions, methods of execution and special indications
    CECC 00108 : 94 AC 98 RULE OF PROCEDURE 8 (ATTESTATION OF CONFORMITY) - PART 1: THE CECC MARK AND CONDITIONS OF USE - PART 2: CERTIFICATES OF APPROVAL - PART 3: PROCEDURES FOR THE ATTESTATION OF CONFORMITY
    CECC 00105 : 1989 CECC RULE OF PROCEDURE: RP 5: CECC MEMBERSHIP REGISTER
    IEC 60169-11:1977 Radio-frequency connectors - Part 11: R.F. coaxial connectors with inner diameter of outer conductor 9.5 mm (0.374 in) with screw coupling - Characteristic impedance 50 ohms (Type 4.1/9.5)
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