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.
Because the teeth mate directly with the sprocket grooves, there is no creepage to cause speed variations," says Collier.
We should be grateful for the lack of central planning, but the unfortunate result is that all these holidays are exhibiting creepage.
Tenders are invited for Silicone Composite 9-Tonne Insulator 1050 Mm Creepage Distance 20Mm/Kv Confirming To Rdso Specification.
These certifications enable the modules to fully meet stringent creepage and clearance, 4KVAC isolation, and <300uA leakage current requirements.
The researchers evaluated performance based on variations in color and gloss, changes in adhesion strength, changes in pencil scratch hardness, the development of surface defects, and rust creepage.
Incorporating the company's proprietary Vapor phase Corrosion Inhibitors (VpCI) chemistry, VpCI-373 eliminates blistering, creepage and adhesion problems.
Creepage in small increments leads to greater abuses.
The new product, "TLP188", guarantees minimum creepage and clearance distance of 5mm, and can be used at up to 707 Vpk of maximum permissible operating isolation voltage, as specified in the EN 60747-5-5 safety standard.
Tenders are invited for Comosite Stay Arm Insulator Long Creepage 1050 Mm Cd.
The Excelsys XS500 carries dual safety certification, EN60950 2nd Edition, for industrial applications and EN60601-1 2nd and 3rd Edition for medical applications, therefore meeting stringent creepage and clearance requirements.
Using a cyclic, accelerated testing method, they studied the overcoat systems in the laboratory and through field exposures, evaluating performance by assessing surface failures and rust creepage developed at scribes (scratches made through the overcoat surface down to the steel substrate).