Contacts, Electrical Connector, General Specification For

Standard:
Revised:
  • 2017-01-19
 
  • CURRENT
Publisher:
  • SAE International
Pages:
101
Scope:

This specification covers the general requirements for removable crimp, solderless wrap, and solder type electrical contacts for use in connectors and other electric and electronic components (see 6.1) with stranded conductor wire. The contacts shall be capable of operating within the temperature range as specified (see 3.1).

Rationale:

Revision is required to include new detail sheets, include cancelled detail sheets for historical information, to add minimum gold requirement inside the crimp barrel, to clarify the axial concentricity test method for hex crimps, to update wire barrel sizes in Table 3, to correct test pin error in Table 9 and add humidity,temperature cycling and thermal shock to the conditioning tests (footnote), to correct sample numbers in Table 11, to correct footnotes and sample numbers in Table 12, to add weep hole option for specific socket contacts, to add post conditioning Low Level Contact Resistance testing to Table 12, 14 and 15 (Group 1), to reverse the order of the Low Level Resistance and Contact Resistance testing in Table 12 (Group IV), to add a paragraph to clarify optional inner contact designs, to update paragraph 4.7.1.1 to address crimping conditions related to the wire inspection hole, to add temperature column to table 1 and to update the specification appendix.

History:
Standard Published Revision Status
AS39029D 2017-01-19 Latest Revised
2011-11-22 Historical Revised
2011-01-13 Historical Revised
2006-06-29 Historical Revised
2005-02-16 Historical Amended
2001-01-01 Historical Issued
AKA:
  • SAE AS 39029
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