Miniature connector

  • 28-Feb-2011 11:31 EST
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ZPD Series wire-to-board, double-row, crimp-style connectors from JST were designed with a secure locking device to ensure connector mating integrity under adverse conditions. The subminiature, through-hole connectors are polarized with a positive locking feature that provides an audible click when mated. The Series is available in 10 to 30 circuits in two-circuit increments and is rated at 2 A ac/dc at 100 V. Low-profile, high-density connectors have a mated side-entry height of 9.2 mm (0.362 in) and a top entry mated height of 9.5 mm (0.374 in); top entry headers also feature weld tabs to provide additional retention. Temperature range is -25 to +85°C (-13 to +185°F), making the connectors suitable for commercial and industrial low-current, low-voltage applications.

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