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IEC/PAS 61076-3-104 Ed. 1.0 Connectors for electronic equipment - Part 3-104: Detail specification for 8-way, shielded free and fixed connectors, for data transmissions with frequencies up to 600 MHz minimum

Standard Number:  IEC/PAS 61076-3-104 Ed. 1.0
Title:  Connectors for electronic equipment - Part 3-104: Detail specification for 8-way, shielded free and fixed connectors, for data transmissions with frequencies up to 600 MHz minimum
Language:  English and French
Replaced by Standard:  IEC 61076-3-104 Ed. 1.0

Status:  Withdrawn
Publisher:  International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC)
Price:  
Number of Pages:77  

Description:Establishes uniform specifications, type testing requirements and quality assessment procedures for 8 ways connectors, with up to 4 pairs, for frequencies up to 600 MHz minimum, and intended to be used at different locations within cabling for ICT, home entertainment and multimedia. Contains a choice of all test methods and sequences, severity and preferred values for dimensions and characteristics.  
Catalog:1 General
1.1 Scope
1.2 Normative references
2 Marking Information
2.1 IEC type designation
2.2 Marking
2.3 Groups of Related Connectors
2.4 Interchangeability Level
2.5 Wiring Conventions
2.5.1 Outlet
2.5.2 Plug
3 Dimensional Information
3.1 General
3.2 Free Connector (Plug)
3.2.1 Free Connector Isometric views
3.2.2 Free Connector Dimensions
3.3 Fixed Connector (Outlet)
3.3.1 Isometric Views
3.3.2 Variant 01 (Cable Outlet) Drawings
3.3.3 Variant 02, Printed Circuit Board (PCB) outlet
drawing
3.4 Gauges
3.4.1 Fixed Connector (Outlet) Gauges (See Table
12 for dimensions)
3.4.2 Free connector (plug) Gages (See Table 13 for
dimensions)
3.4.3 Test Panels (See Table 14 for dimensions)
4 Characteristics
4.1 General
4.2 Terminology
4.3 Classification into Climatic Categories
4.4 Creepage and Clearance Distances
4.5 Electrical Characteristics
4.5.1 Current carrying capacity
4.5.2 Voltage proof
4.5.3 Initial contact and shield resistance
4.5.4 Input to output resistance
4.5.5 Input to output resistance unbalance
4.5.6 Insulation resistance
4.5.7 Insertion loss
4.5.8 Return loss
4.5.9 Propagation delay
4.5.10 Delay skew
4.5.11 NEXT loss
4.5.12 FEXT loss
4.5.13 Unbalanced attenuation (Longitudinal conversion
loss (LCL), near end)
4.5.14 Coupling attenuation
4.5.15 Transfer Impedance
4.6 Mechanical
4.6.1 Mechanical operation
4.6.2 Effectiveness of connector coupling devices
4.6.3 Insertion and Withdrawal Forces
5 Quality assessment procedures
6 Qualification Approval Test Schedule
6.1 General
6.2 Test Procedures and Measuring Methods
6.3 Preconditioning
6.4 Wiring and Mounting of Specimens
6.4.1 Wiring
6.4.2 Mounting
6.4.3 Basic (Minimum) Test Schedule
6.4.4 Full Test Schedule
Annex A (normative) Contact Resistance Arrangement
A.1 Procedure
Annex B (normative) Gauging Requirements
B.1 Fixed Connectors
B.2 Free Connectors
Annex C (normative) Locking device mechanical operation
C.1 Object
C.2 Preparation of the specimens
C.3 Test method
C.4 Final Measurements
Annex D (normative) Plug and Outlet interoperability
Qualification
D.1 Object
D.2 Test Equipment
D.3 Test Procedure
Annex E (normative) General requirements for the measurement
set-up
E.1 Test instrumentation
E.2 Coaxial cables and test leads for network analysers
E.3 Measurement precautions
E.4 Balun requirements
E.5 Reference components for calibration
E.5.1 Reference loads for calibration
E.5.2 Reference cables for calibration
E.6 Termination loads for termination of conductor pairs
E.7 Termination of screens
E.8 Test specimen and reference planes
Annex F (normative) Insertion loss
F.1 Object
F.2 Test method
F.3 Tests set up
F.4 Procedure
F.4.1 Calibration
F.4.2 Measurement
F.5 Test report
F.6 Accuracy
Annex G (normative) Return loss
G.1 Object
G.2 Test method
G.3 Test set-up
G.4 Procedure
G.4.1 Calibration
G.4.2 Measurement
G.5 Test report
G.6 Accuracy
Annex H (normative) Near end cross talk
H.1 Object
H.2 Test method
H.3 Test set-up
H.4 Procedure
H.4.1 Calibration
H.4.2 Establishment of noise floor
H.4.3 Measurement
H.5 Test report
H.6 Accuracy
Annex I (normative) Far end cross talk
I.1 Object
I.2 Test method
I.3 Test set-up
I.4 Procedure
I.4.1 Calibration
I.4.2 Establishment of noise floor
I.5 Measurement
I.6 Test report
I.7 Accuracy
Annex J (normative) Unbalanced Attenuation
J.1 Object
J.2 Test method
J.3 Test set-up
J.4 Procedure
J.4.1 Calibration
J.4.2 Noise floor
J.4.3 Measurement
J.5 Test report
J.6 Accuracy
Annex K (normative) Transfer impedance
K.1 Object
K.2 Test method
K.3 Definitions
K.3.1 Inner and outer circuit
K.3.2 Coupling length
K.4 Test set-up
K.4.1 Preparation of test specimen
K.4.2 Triaxial set-up
K.4.3 Impedance of the inner circuit
K.4.4 Impedance matching networks
K.5 Procedure
K.5.1 Calibration
K.5.2 Measurement
K.5.3 Evaluation of test results
K.6 Test report
K.7 Accuracy
Annex L (normative) Coupling attenuation
L.1 Object
L.2 Test method
L.3 Test equipment and set-up
L.3.1 Equipment
L.3.2 Equipment set-up
L.3.3 Validation of the equipment set-up
L.4 Procedure
L.4.1 Calibration
L.4.2 Measurement
L.5 Test report
Annex M (normative) Termination of balun
M.1 Termination of balun with low return loss for common mode
M.1.1 Centre tap connected to ground
M.1.2 Centre tap open  
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