IEC 61076-3-115:2009

IEC 61076-3-115:2009

Name in English:
IEC 61076-3-115:2009

Name in Russian:
МЭК 61076-3-115:2009

Description in English:
Connectors for electronic equipment - Product requirements - Part 3-115: Rectangular connectors - Detail specification for protective housings for use with 8-way shielded and unshielded connectors for frequencies up to 600 MHz for industrial environments incorporating the IEC 60603-7 series interface - Variant 12 related to IEC 61076-3-106 - Push-pull type

Description in Russian:
Соединители для электронной аппаратуры. Часть 3-114. Прямоугольные соединители. Защитные корпуса для использования с 8-ходовыми, экранированными и неэкранированными соединителями на частоты до 600 МГц для производственных условий, включающих интерфейс IEC 60603-7. Вариант 12 с привязкой к IEC 61076-3-106. Пушпульный тип соединения

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