Note: There is a newer version of this specification see VEC 2.0.2
A bridge terminal is a part that behaves like terminal but has no WireReceptions. It is used to create short circuit between different pins in a connector. In its use, it can realize a schematic connection on its own and independently of other components.
Specifies a unique identification of the specification. The identification is guaranteed to be unique within the document containing the specification. For all VEC-documents a Specification-instance can be trusted to be identical if the DocumentVersion-instance is the same (see DocumentVersion) and the identification of the Specification is the same.
Specifies additional, human readable information about the specification.
The specialPartType allows the specification of subclassifications for a PartOrUsageRelatedSpecification (e.g. different types of connector housings).
Specifies the allowed voltage range for the connector housing.
Defines the SealingType of the Terminal. This type always refers to the sealing of the terminal itself. However, even a terminal which is not sealable can be used in sealed locations with additional measures (e.g. on the slot).
Specifies the length of the terminal between the contact area (terminal reception) and the crimp are (wire reception, see diagram "Terminal Dimensions").
Specifies the overall length the terminal (see diagram "Terminal Dimensions").