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NBN - EN 792-2+A1 - MACHINES PORTATIVES À MOTEUR NON ÉLECTRIQUE - PRESCRIPTIONS DE SÉCURITÉ - PARTIE 2 : MACHINES DE DÉCOUPE ET DE SERTISSAGE Organization: NBN
Date: 2012-01-27
Description: This part, EN 792-2, applies to non-electric, hand-held power tools without rotation, for cutting-off wires, cables, etc., and for crimping for example connectors to cable ends.
NBN - EN ISO 11148-2 - MACHINES PORTATIVES À MOTEUR NON ÉLECTRIQUE - EXIGENCES DE SÉCURITÉ - PARTIE 2: MACHINES DE DÉCOUPE ET DE SERTISSAGE (ISO/FDIS 11148-2:2011) Organization: NBN
Date: 2012-01-27
Description: ISO 11148-2:2011 specifies safety requirements for hand-held non-electric power tools without rotation (hereinafter "cutting-off and crimping power tools") intended for cutting off wires, cables, etc., and for crimping, for instance connectors to cable ends. The cutting-off and crimping power tools can be powered by compressed air, hydraulic fluid or internal combustion engines and are intended to be used by one operator and supported by the operator's hand or hands, with or without a suspension, e.g. a balancer.
JSA - JIS C 2805 - CRIMP-TYPE TERMINAL LUGS FOR COPPER CONDUCTORS Organization: JSA
Date: 2010-10-20
Description: This Standard specifies the non-insulated crimp-type terminal lugs which are crimped directly and the insulated crimp-type terminal lugs which are crimped through the insulant thereof (hereafter referred to as "non-insulated terminal lugs" and "insulated terminal lugs", respectively, and as "terminal lugs" for both types in generic term) which are intended for connection of annealed copper stranded wires or solid wires principally used as the internal wiring of electric power machine and apparatus and the mutual wiring among such machines and apparatuses, in such a manner that the terminal lug is connected to the end of wire using the connecting tool specified in JIS C 9711 or that assigned by the terminal lug manufacturer (hereafter referred to as "tool").
SAE J792 - SAE MANUAL ON BLAST CLEANING, INFORMATION REPORT Organization: SAE
Date: 1968-06-01
Description: 1.1 History--The cleaning problem of removing sand and scale has alwaysbeen associated with the casting, forging, and heat treating of metal.As recently as the beginning of the twentieth century, foundrymenconsidered the chisel, hammer, dull file, and wire brush the chiefweapons for attacking this problem. Hand tools were gradually augmentedby "rattling" or tumbling methods.
IPC-CM-770 - GUIDELINES FOR PRINTED BOARD COMPONENT MOUNTING Organization: IPC
Date: 2004-01-01
Description: See also ‘‘Partially- Clinched Lead.’’ Clinched-Wire Through Connection – A connection made by a bare wire that has been passed through a hole in a printed board and subsequently formed (clinched) and soldered to the conductive pattern on each side of the board (see Figure 1-3).
IPC-7351 - GENERIC REQUIREMENTS FOR SURFACE MOUNT DESIGN AND LAND PATTERN STANDARD - INCLUDES CD-ROM; SUBSCRIPTION CUSTOMERS CAN OBTAIN ONE COMPLIMENTARY COPY FROM IHS BY CONTACTING IHS CUSTOMER CARE AT +1 800 IHS-CARE (+1 800 447-2273) OR VISIT WWW.IHS.COM/CUSTOMERCARE; INCLUDES ACCESS TO ADDITIONAL CONTENT Organization: IPC
Date: 2010-06-01
Description: *Through Connection – The electrical connection to connect conductor patterns on the front side through to the back side of a printed board.

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