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NPFC - MIL-STD-202-211 - TEST METHOD STANDARD METHOD 211, TERMINAL STRENGTH Organization: NPFC
Date: 2015-04-18
Description: Procedures are established in this method for testing wire-lead terminals, flexible-flat-strip or tab-lead terminals, and rigid-type terminals which are threaded or have other arrangements for attaching conductors.
IPC-TM-650 2.4.42.3 - WIRE BOND PULL STRENGTH Organization: IPC
Date: 1998-02-01
Description: The purpose of this test is to measure bond strengths, evaluate bond strength distributions, or determine compliance with specified bond strength requirements of the applicable acquisition document. This test may be applied to the wire-to-die bond, wire-to-substrate bond, or the wire-topackage lead bond inside the package of wire-connected microelectronic devices bonded by soldering, thermocompression, ultrasonic, or related techniques.
SAE USCAR-21 - PERFORMANCE SPECIFICATION FOR CABLE-TO-TERMINAL ELECTRICAL CRIMPS - REVISION 3 Organization: SAE
Date: 2014-11-01
Description: Mechanical performance as measured by terminal-to-conductor pull-out force. Electrical performance as measured by terminal-to-conductor resistance or voltage drop.
NASA-LLIS-0465 - LESSONS LEARNED - CRIMPED ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS - SCOUT PROGRAM Organization: NASA
Date: 1995-06-13
Description: Both samples had to meet the established pull test requirements, which were based on the wire gauge capability. After meeting the pull test, the production hardware contacts were crimped.
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).

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