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Shield Termination, Solder Style, Insulated, Heat-Shrinkable, Environment Resistant General Specification For
- Aerospace Standard
Published May 07, 2015 by SAE International in United States
Downloadable datasets availableAnnotation ability available
This specification covers environment resistant, heat-shrinkable solder type shield terminations. They may be used on data-bus, RF and shielded cables in applications where the operating temperature does not exceed 150 °C.
The heat aging temperature update is required to accommodate splices with different continuous operating temperature. The qualifying activity address update. Editorial corrections. Units and abbreviation corrected in accordance with SAE policies.
|Aerospace Standard||Splice, Electric, Crimp, Copper, Environment Resistant FSC 5940|
|Aerospace Standard||WIRE, ELECTRICAL, POLYTETRAFLUOROETHYLENE/POLYIMIDE INSULATED, NORMAL WEIGHT, NICKEL COATED, COPPER CONDUCTOR, 260 °C, 600 VOLT ROHS|
Data Sets - Support Documents
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|Unnamed Dataset 2|
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|Table 1||Cable terminations|
|Table 2A||Qualifying activity qualification inspection|
|Table 2B||Supplier qualification inspections|
|Table 3||Group A inspection|
|Table 4||Classification of defects|
|Table 5||Group B inspection|
|Table 6||Group C inspection|
|Table 7||Fluid immersion|
AE-8C2 Terminating Devices and Tooling Committee
SAE Committee AE-8C2, Terminating Devices and Tooling, shall be associated with those activities directed by the parent SAE Aerospace Council the SAE Aerospace Electronics and Electrical System Group, within SAE AE-8 Aerospace Electrical/Electronic Distribution Systems, for the development and application of electrical, or optical fiber, connector and associated hardware standards and specifications.
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