EIA 364-28 is one of a series of approximately 110 sub-parts of EIA 364 devoted to various Test Procedures for Connectors and originally released by EIA. Since EIA ceased operations earlier this year (it was the Electronic Industries Alliance when it was founded), this group of documents is actually maintained by the ECA, the Electronic Components Association. And ECA has now consolidated forces with National Electronic Distributors Association (NEDA) to form the Electronic Components Industry Association (ECIA).
The standard test procedure details a method to assess the ability of electrical connector components to withstand specified severities of vibration. The object is to determine the effects of vibration within the predominant or random vibration frequency ranges and magnitudes that may be encountered during the life of the connector.
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