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G13 Gauges  to IEC60061-3 7006-44-4 and 7006-45-4
  • G13 Gauges  to IEC60061-3 7006-44-4 and 7006-45-4
  • G13 Gauges  to IEC60061-3 7006-44-4 and 7006-45-4
  • G13 Gauges  to IEC60061-3 7006-44-4 and 7006-45-4

G13 Gauges to IEC60061-3 7006-44-4 and 7006-45-4

G13 Gauges  to IEC60061-3 7006-44-4 and 7006-45-4


1) IEC60061-3 7006-45-4 Go Gauge for Bi-Pin Cap on Finished Lamp G13


Purpose:
To check dimensions E max., F min., F max. and the combined pin diameter and displacement of pins (including bosses) of bi-pin caps G13 on finished lamps.



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G13 Gauges  to IEC60061-3 7006-44-4 and 7006-45-4


1) IEC60061-3 7006-45-4 Go Gauge for Bi-Pin Cap on Finished Lamp G13


Purpose:
To check dimensions E max., F min., F max. and the combined pin diameter and displacement of pins (including bosses) of bi-pin caps G13 on finished lamps.


Testing:
The pins of the caps on finished lamps shall enter the gauge at surface O and, when fully inserted, the surfaces of cap and gauge shall contact.
In this position the ends of the pins shall be co-planar with or project beyond surface X, but shall not project beyond surface Y.
Each individual pin shall enter hole e1 at surface O until the face of the cap and the surface of the gauge contact.

2) IEC60061-3 7006-44-4 Go and Not Go Gauge for Unmounted Bi-pin Cap Gauge Testing G13 (Not for use on Finished Lamps)


Purpose:
To check dimensions E min., E max., F min., G max., H max. and the combined pin diameter and displacement of pins (including bosses) of unmounted bi-pin caps G13.


Testing:
The pins of the cap shall enter the gauge at surface O and, when fully inserted, the surface of cap and gauge shall contact. In this position the ends of the pins shall be co-planar with or project beyond surface X. Each individual pin shall enter the hole e2 until the boss of the pin and the surface of the gauge contact, but they shall not enter hole e1. The boss of the individual pin shall enter hole b at surface O until the surfaces of the cap and the gauge contact.