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Part # Distributor Manufacturer Product Category Description
2199320 PHOENIX CONTACT USA Not Provided Housing - 2199320 Panel mounting base, Lower part, Color:  green, Width:  102 mm
2199113 PHOENIX CONTACT USA Not Provided Housing - 2199113 Panel mounting base, Lower part, Color:  green, Width:  15.5 mm
2697738 PHOENIX CONTACT USA Not Provided Electronic housing - 2697738 Panel mounting base, Lower part, Color:  green, Width:  18 mm

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  • Converting Solderjoints to Press-Fit: Why, When, and How?
    Compliant press-fit interconnects have already become a key enabling technology that is widely used. in the automobile industry, power module designs and other applications. The ability to eliminate. soldering hassles while providing high-reliability interconnects with excellent thermal
  • Press-Fit Technology Supplier Best-Practices
    been through. and has passed a comprehensive environmental test program based on the core requirements of. IEC-60352-5. Press-Fit designs from Interplex have been subjected to a full spectrum of testing and qualification. processes, including:  Plated Through Hole integrity (cross-section analysis
  • Mechanical Force Analysis for Press Fit Applications
    . The following three primary requirements must be addressed for verification of press-fit zone designs: • Plated Through Hole integrity (cross-section analysis). • Mechanical Forces (insertion & retention forces). • Contact Resistance (electrical measurement). Before considering the use of any press
  • Adapting Press-Fit Technology - White Paper
    sections are done after each test.  Improved platings for example, thin tin in. sequence to determine that minimum hole. the press fit sections as well as Ag and. deformation exists and a good electrical. SnAg options. interconnect is maintained throughout the life of a. product. These requirements
  • Adapting Press-Fit Connection Technology for Electronic Modules in Harsh Environments
    the Automotive/. Transportation Requirements. • Qualified to 125° C and 150° C Operational temperatures and moving to 175° C. • Requirements defined by IEC, EIA and SAE. • Designs validated for both 0.64mm and 0.80mm thick press-fit sections - Other. sizes being Introduced ( .4mm,1.0mm,1.5mm). • High
  • Competence in Press-fit Technology
    contact) has a diagonal with a larger cross-section than the metallised hole in the printed circuit board. The contact pin is pressed into the hole with a pre-determined, controlled force. For this, the ept company makes use of a flexible press-fit zone, the Tcom press (R), which causes elastic
  • Adapting Press-Fit Connection Technology for Electronic Modules in Harsh Environments (.pdf)
    temperatures and added. accordance with IEC 60352-5. Transverse and. conductivity. longitudinal cross sections are done after each test.  Improved platings for example, thin tin in. sequence to determine that minimum hole. the press fit sections as well as Ag and. deformation exists and a good
  • Protecting the Die and Press - White Paper
    , unplanned downtime, and die repair due to crashed dies. It's surprisingly easy to get started - if you go about it in the right way. ./da8ec67c-7f39-442f-a78d-c9df2f0996e8. Protecting the Die and Press. How to Initiate a Sensor-Driven. Error Proofing Program. Protecting the Die and Press. Metal

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  • Dubbel
    Operating pressures further are increased, so, the turbine exhaust steam zwischenüberhitzt must become for thermodynamic reasons ( pressure part ) (s. L3.1.1).
  • Oil hydraulic system
    It is composed thin-walled hollow profiles closed outside massively transformed pressing parts of steel sheets of different strength, thickness or surface condition.
  • Flowing presses
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  • Spanlose production: punches
    Therefore, the materials with as same coefficient of expansion as possible are for top and bottom tool and to select the press parts .
  • Technical fluid mechanics
    They form konnen also freieOberflachen (section 2.1.1) by that the pressure down (minimum value) through its is limited material and temperaturabhangigen vapor pressure ( section 2).
  • Technical fluid mechanics
    They can form also free surfaces (section 2.1.1) by that the pressure down (minimum value) through its is limited material and temperature dependent vapor pressure ( section 2).
  • Manual transforming technique
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    Image 2-2: Principal structure of a modern multiple shaft-Turbo fan-engine with low, middle and high pressure part .