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Up to 17 amps gold, up to 8 amps tin
Operating at temperatures -40° C to +125° C for gold plated, -40° C to +105° C for tin plated
See Note. Mate and unmate specimens for 10 cycles at maximum rate of 600 cycles per hour.
No discontinuities of 1 microsecond or longer duration. TE Spec 109-26-1. Subject mated specimens to 50 G’s half-sine shock pulses of 11 milliseconds duration. Three shocks in each direction applied along 3 mutually perpendicular planes, 18 total shocks. See Fig 5 in TE product document 108-1329.
100 megohms minimum. TE Spec 109-28-4. Test between adjacent contacts of mated specimens.
Leakage current not to exceed 50 micro-amperes at 48 volts DC. TE Spec 109-74-5. Immerse specimens to a depth of 100 mm in 5% salt water at a temperature of 23 ± 5° C for 1 hour. Check between adjacent circuits and each surface to reference electrode.
See Note. TE Spec 109-21-7, Condition G, except 10-500 Hz frequency range. Subject mated specimens to 10 Gs for 8 hours each plane.
250 volts AC
Note: Shall meet visual requirements, show no physical damage and shall meet requirements of additional tests as specified in Test Sequence in Figure 3 of TE product document 108-1329.