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Connector Type
           
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   CEE       Devices follow Certification of Electrical Equipment (CEE) configuration standards. CEE is a European standard. 
   IEC       Devices follow International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC) configuration standards. The IEC is an authoritative worldwide body responsible for developing consensus global standards in the electrotechnical field. IEC is dedicated to the harmonization and voluntary adoption of these standards, supporting the transfer of electro technology, assisting certification and promoting international trade.  Since 1906, IEC has served the world's electrical industry, developing international standards to promote quality, safety, performance, reproducibility, and environmental compatibility of materials, products, and systems. It has also published standards for the electronics and telecommunications industries. The IEC's present membership of 51 countries includes most major trading nations.  IEC standards are widely adopted as the basis of national or regional electrotechnical standards, and are often quoted in manufacturers' specifications and by users when calling for tenders. Over 2000 standards cover virtually every topic of electro technology from acoustics, to medical devices, to insulating materials, to aircraft, to nuclear instruments. The electrotechnical standards organizations of each participating country make up its membership, with ANSI representing the United States. 
   NEMA       Devices follow NEMA configuration standards. The National Electrical Manufacturers Association (NEMA) sets safety standards for electrical cabling and connectors. 
   JIS       Devices follow the Japanese Industrial Standard (JIS). 
   Other       Other unlisted, specialized, or proprietary types or configurations. 
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Terminals
   Terminals      Terminals are devices that terminate a conductor. They attach to posts, studs, or other conductors in order to establish an electrical connection.
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   Cage Clamp       Electrical connections are made using a cage clamp. 
   Crimp       Crimp is the physical compression (deformation) of a contact wire barrel around a conductor to make an electrical and mechanical connection to the conductor. 
   IDC       Insulation displacement connectors (ICD) slice through cable insulation to make a connection. Forcing an insulated conductor into a restrictive slot in the connection part of the contact displaces the insulation so that the bare wire engages the sides of the slot. IDCs are mass termination connectors for flat cables and eliminate the need to strip insulation. 
   PCB Solder       Electrical connection is made by soldering wires onto a printed circuit board (PCB). 
   Screw       Electrical connections are made using screws. 
   Lugs       Electrical connections are made using lugs. 
   Solder Cup or Solder       Solder cups are terminal ends or contacts into which conductors are inserted before soldering. A metal or metallic alloy is used to join metal surfaces together. Normally, a 60-40 rosin core (60% tin and 40% lead) is used for soldering electronic assemblies. Soldering is a wet process.   
   Tabs       Electrical connections are made through quick connect tabs. 
   Wire Wrap       Electrical connections are made by wrapping a stripped or unstripped solid wire around a terminal post that contains a series of sharp edges. This solderless process requires a special wrapping tool.  
   Other       Other unlisted terminal types. 
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Electrical / Performance
   Voltage Rating       
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   125 V       The maximum rating voltage is 125 V. 
   250 V       The maximum rated voltage is 250 V. 
   277 V       The maximum rated voltage is 277 V. 
   347 V       The maximum rated voltage is 347 V. 
   480 V       The maximum rated voltage is 480 V.  
   600 V       The maximum rated voltage is 600 V. 
   125/250 V       This voltage rating is for 3-pole, 4-wire devices. 
   120/208 V       This voltage rating is for 4-pole, 4-wire and 4-pole, 5-wire devices. 
   277/480 V       This voltage rating is for 4-pole, 4-wire and 4-pole, 5-wire devices. 
   347/600 V       This voltage rating is for 4-pole, 5-wire devices. 
   Other       Other unlisted or proprietary voltage rating. 
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   Current Rating       
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   15 A       The maximum rated current is 15 A. 
   16 A       The maximum rated current is 16 A. This is an international rating. 
   20 A       The maximum rated current is 20 A. 
   30 A       The maximum rated current is 30 A. 
   32 A       The maximum rated current is 32 A. This is an international rating. 
   50 A       The maximum rated current is 50 A. 
   60 A       The maximum rated current is 60 A. 
   63 A       The maximum rated current is 63 A. 
   100 A       The maximum rated current is 100 A.  
   125 A       The maximum rated current is 125 A. This is an international rating. 
   Other       Other unlisted current ratings. 
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   Operating Temperature:       This is the full-required range of ambient operating temperature. 
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   Dielectric Withstanding Voltage       This is the maximum potential gradient that a dielectric material can withstand without failure. The thickness of the material and the method and conditions of the test determine this value. 
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Wires/Poles
   Wires       
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   1-Wire       Devices have only one wire. 
   2-Wire       Devices have two wires. 
   3-Wire       Devices have three wires. 
   4-Wire       Devices have four wires. 
   5-Wire       Devices have five wires. 
   Other       Other unlisted number of wires. 
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   Poles      Poles control one path of the circuit. A pole is an output terminal for a switching device (e.g., switch or relay), a combination of mating contacts (normally open, normally closed), or both.
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   1 Pole       Devices are unipolar. 
   2 Poles       Devices have two poles. 
   3 Poles       Devices have three poles. 
   4 Poles       Devices have four poles. 
   5 Poles       Devices have five poles. 
   Other       Other unlisted number of poles. 
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Features / Standards
   Standards and Certifications       
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   RoHS Compliant       Restriction of Hazardous Substances (RoHS) is a European Union (EU) directive that requires all manufacturers of electronic and electrical equipment sold in Europe to demonstrate that their products contain only minimal levels of the following hazardous substances: lead, mercury, cadmium, hexavalent chromium, polybrominated biphenyl and polybrominated diphenyl ether. RoHS will become effective on July 1, 2006. 
   UL Listing Mark       This Mark denotes that Underwriters Laboratories Inc. (UL) has found that samples of the product met UL's safety requirements. These requirements are primarily based on UL's published Standards for Safety. 
   CSA Mark       The CSA Mark may appear alone or with indicators. If it appears alone, it means that the product is certified for the Canadian market, to the applicable Canadian standards. If this Mark appears with the indicator "C and US" or "NRTL/C" it means that the product is certified for both the U.S. and Canadian markets, to the applicable U.S. and Canadian standards. 
   MIL-SPEC       Devices meet minimum requirements for U.S. military specifications (MIL-SPEC). 
   WEEE Compliant       “The Waste Electrical and Electronics Equipment Regulations (WEEE Regulations) is a European Parliament Directive with the aim of encouraging reuse, recycling and recovery of electrical and electronic equipment, and to improve the environmental impact and performance of these equipment.  This directive sets the requirements and criteria for the collection, treatment, recycling and recovery of these equipments. It makes producers responsible for financing these activities, and retailers and distributors must provide means for consumers to return used or obsolete equipments without charge. 
   Other       Other unlisted standards. 
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   Corrosion Resistant       Corrosion resistant devices are made of special materials and/or plated metal parts that are designed to withstand corrosive environments. Corrosion resistant devices must pass the ASTM B117-13 five-hundred hours Salt Spray (Fog) Test with no visible corrosion. 
   Dust Proof       Devices are designed so that dust will not interfere with their operation. The IP suitability rating describes the degree of protection that a device offers against the ingress of foreign objects (e.g., IP 20). 
   Locking       Devices include a locking mechanism. 
   Power Light       Devices include a power light. 
   Surge Protection       Devices include surge protection. 
   Tamper Resistant       Devices are constructed so that access to their energized contacts is limited. Tamper resistant receptacles are required by the National Electric Code NFPA-70 in specific pediatric care areas in health care facilities. 
   Illuminated       The receptacle is illuminated. 
   Watertight       Devices are constructed so that water cannot enter under specified test conditions. The IP Suitability Rating designates the degree of protection a device offers against the ingress of moisture and water (e.g., IP-55, IP-44). 
   Fuse Protection       Devices include integral fuse protection against mild to moderate spikes or peaks in electrical supply. The fuse will blow before connector is damaged. 
   Integral Surge Protection       Devices include integral surge protection against mild to moderate spikes or peaks in electrical supply. 
   Integral Circuit Breaker       Devices include an integrated circuit breaker that will "trip", severing the connection to the electrical supply, in the event of an excessive power transfer. 
   Integral Switch       Devices are equipped with an integral switch. Toggling the switch to the "off" position stops the electrical power transfer through the connector. 
   Moisture / Oil Resistant       Devices include gaskets or seals for protection against moisture, oil, or other contaminants. 
   Underwater Use       Devices can be used in underwater applications. 
   Integrated Filter       Devices provide protection against unwanted signals or magnetics and may provide signal conditioning or isolation. Typically, filters are designed to reduce electromagnetic interference (EMI) and radio frequency (RFI). 
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