creepage


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creepage

[′krē·pij]
(electricity)
The conduction of electricity across the surface of a dielectric.
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Results in rust creepage from the scribe during accelerated laboratory testing.
Creepage and Clearance Per IEC 61010-1:1990 (1) Basic Insulation (2) Pollution Degree 2 Measurement Category II Working Clearance Creepage Creepage rms Test Voltage on PCB In Equipment Voltage (rms or DC) (CTI >175) (CTI >100) up to 50 0.
There was David Crawford's fascinating study in 1991 about the creepage of opinion onto the news pages.
Different colored terminal strips provide a clear layout, and separators increase air and creepage distances.
It eliminates creepage of downstream pressure, while holding the pressure constant.
Increased Safety is achieved by enhancing insulation values and creepage and clearance distances above those required for normal service, thereby providing a safety factor against accidental breakdown.
We should be grateful for the lack of central planning, but the unfortunate result is that all these holidays are exhibiting creepage.
20-lead wide body SOIC package with greater than 8mm clearance and creepage
Tenders are invited for Composite Post Insulator Of 1600 Mm Creepage Distance As Per Attached Specifications And Drawing.
Doubling the clearance and creepage distances for all live contacts also has the same effect as a double insulation.
5 kV housing which offers enhanced protection by means of greater creepage and clearance distance, and it can be used in demanding environments.