Crimp connector

  • 15-Dec-2008 01:58 EST
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PUD Series disconnectable, 2 mm (0.079 in) pitch, double-row crimp-style connectors from JST feature a positive-locking feature and a compact size to provide stable performance under high vibration, distortion, and unexpected external forces. The contact’s leaf spring structure is designed to prevent deformation from unexpected forces, and the housing receptacles are keyed to prevent reverse mating. An audible click is heard when mating the receptacle housing with the header. The top entry connector offers 8 to 40 circuits, and the side entry offers 22. Current rating is 3.0 A ac/dc, and operating temperature range is -250 to +850°C (-418 to +1562°F).

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