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DIN 72552 STANDARD PDF

DIN standards definition guide for automotive electrical components. Standardisation of products available from Overview. This part of the standard series DIN specifies codes of terminal markings. Furthermore, reference is made to their basic or index designations. Electric motors. Return line 1). Main connection 1). Self-parking switch-off. Shunt field for reduced-rpm operation, speed 2 for reduced-rpm operation, speed 3.

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Terminal designations – Bosch Automotive Tradition

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Standard – Terminal markings for motor vehicles – Part 4: Summary DIN –

Furthermore the meaning according to DIN and application examples given in DIN for clamps are referenced. Terminal markings for motor vehicles – Part 4: SS-EN Electrotechnical products – Determination of levels of six regulated substances lead, mercury, cadmium, hexavalent chromium, polybrominated biphenyls, polybrominated diphenyl ethers.

Disassembly, disjointment and mechanical sample preparation. Screening – Lead, mercury, cadmium, total chromium and total bromine by X-ray fluorescence spectrometry. Report error on page.