IEC 60966-2-1 pdf download Radio frequency and coaxial cable assemblies – Part 2-1: Sectional specification for flexible coaxial cable assemblies
This part of lEC 60966 is a sectional specification that relates to flexible coaxial cableassemblies operating in the transverse electromagnetic mode (TEM). lt establishes uniformrequirements for testing the electrical,mechanical and climatic properties of flexible cableassemblies composed of flexible coaxial cables and coaxial connectors.
NOTE1 For the purposes of this sectional specification, a cable assembly is always regarded as an integral unit.All specifications apply to the finished assembly and not to individual and non-assembled parts thereof.
NOTE 2 This sectional specification should be supplemented with detail specifications giving additional details asrequired by the particular application.This application will not necessarily require all tests.
The following referenced documents are indispensable for the application of this document.For dated references,only the edition cited applies. For undated references, the latest editionof the referenced document (including any amendments) applies.
IEC 60068-2-6,Environmental testing – Part 2-6: Tests – Test Fc: Vibration (sinusoidal)
IEC 60096-2,Radio-frequency cables – Part 2: Relevant cable specifications
IEC60410,Sampling plans and procedures for inspection by attributes
IEC 60966-1:1999，Radio frequency and coaxial cable assemblies – Part 1: Genericspecification – General requirements and test methods
IEC 61169(all parts),Radio-frequency connectorsIEC 61196 (all parts),Coaxial communication cables
IEC Qc 001002 (all parts),IEC Quality Assessment System for Electronic Components(IECQ) – Rules of procedure
iso 9000,Quality management systems – Fundamentals and vocabulary
3Terms and definitions
For the purposes of this document, the terms and definitions given in lEC 60966-1 apply.
4Design and manufacturing requirements
Clause 4 of lEC 60966-1 is applicable except as follows:
4.1 Cable design and construction
Cables should conform to lEC 60096-2 or lEC 61196. Where cable designs deviating fromthese publications are required，they shall comply with the requirements of the detailspecification.
lf required，the manufacturer may use additional protective tubing or cable deviating fromIEC 61196, in order to comply with the requirements of the detail specification.
The materials used in the cable shall be given as engineering information in the detailspecification.
4.2Connector design and construction
Connectors should conform to lEC 61169.Where connector designs deviating from lEC 61169are required, the interface should conform to the relevant part of lEC 61169 where availableand shall comply with the requirements of the detail specification.
The materials used in the connector shall be given as engineering information in the detailspecification.
4.3Outline and interface dimensions
The outline and interface dimensions shall be in accordance with the detail specification ofthe cable assembly.
The length，unless otherwise specified in the detail specification， is defined as between thereference planes of the connectors. In case of right angle connectors,the length applies tothe axis of the connectors (see Figure 1).
lf not indicated in the detail specification, the length tolerance shall be ±1 % for cables equalto, or longer than,300 mm and ±3 mm for cables shorter than 300 mm.