IEC 60320 / IEC60884 Electrical Safety Test Equipment , Plug Withdrawal Force Tester
|Place of Origin:||China|
Payment & Shipping Terms:
|Minimum Order Quantity:||1|
|Price:||To be quoted|
|Packaging Details:||safety carton pack or plywood box|
|Standard:||GB2099.1-2008 Fig 16, IEC 60320 And IEC 60884 Clause 20 And 21 Fig 16,||Purpose:||Verify Proper Withdrawal Forces Of The Connectors And Proper Positioning Of Internal Connections|
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IEC 60320/IEC60884 Plug Withdrawal Force Tester
this device meet the requirements of GB2099.1-2008 Fig 16, IEC 60320 and IEC 60884 clause 20 and 21 fig 16, use to test the plug withdraw force.
What is the IEC 60320 Withdrawal Force Test?
Interpower Corporation uses the 60320 gauges to verify proper withdrawal forces of the connectors and proper positioning of internal connections; thus ensuring loose connections and arching do not occur.
What are the requirements?
IEC 60320 is the standard for appliance couplers. Appliance couplers include both an inlet and a connector. IEC 60320 requires a set minimum and maximum electrical contact depth for connectors, from the face of the connector. Contact depth is measured with go, no go pin depth gauges verifying contact positioning.
IEC 60320 also establishes minimum and maximum inlet pin withdrawal forces for connectors. For example, the C13 connector, most commonly used on cord sets supplying AC power to personal computers, has three internal contacts that mate with the C14 inlet. Each C13 contact is required to hold a single pin 1.5 Newton force gauge that simulates a C14 inlet pin machined at the smallest dimensions allowed, for 3 seconds, to ensure safe, reliable contact design. In addition, the C13 connector must also release a C14 inlet gauge, with all three pins, at 50 Newtons of force to prevent damage to equipment.
2 pole 10A, 3 pole 10A, 3 pole 16A and Standard test plug, one for each
10A and 16A standard test bolt, one for each
Weight and fixture, one set