I'm studying the JEDEC Standard No. 78D and on one of its notes it says: "The pin clamping voltage for positive I-test is given by Vclamp = Vmax + 0.5(Vmax-Vmin) with an upper limit of 1.5Vmax..."
What does it mean with "pin clamping voltage"?
In another part of the text it states: "The current clamp for the supply group is set according to the total nominal supply current of the group. The clamp current for the Jth supply group is the greater of a or b..."
What does "current clamp" mean?