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Gold plating Specifications for contacts





1999

i am a engineering student researching gold plating finishing techniques and quality standards for my final year dissertation.I am creating a document with regards to the wear, contact resistance of various gold plated sensors to be used as electrical/electro-mechanical contacts in the vehicle manufacturing industry. I would be grateful about sources I could look into.

I am ultimately looking for a spec. to plate contacts that will be used within a motion sensor that will be placed in high performance vehicles.

Mr Sanjay Patel
- London, U.K.



1999

10-30 micro inches of Gold over 250 micro inches of nickel will work

N Kreutter
- Austin, Texas



2000

One specification you can look at is MIL-G-45204 [link is to free spec spec at Defense Logistics Agency, dla.mil] for electrodeposited gold.

David Crocker
- Valencia, California


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