Hermaphroditic Connector



The Hermaphroditic Connector is a high density 0,050" pitch board to board connector. The connector has a dual wipe contact design with 100 grams of normal force that was developed for use in the severe environment of the process control industry. Shallow entry angles on the contacts ensure a smooth insertion force profile to make the connector an excellent candidate for high mating cycle applications. The connectors are available in both 50 and 100 positions in both trough hole and surface mount configurations.



Ordering Information


FEATURES and BENEFITS:

  • Close pitch .050" centers minimize board space requirements
  • 50 ohm impedance matched connector
  • Hermaphroditic contacts eliminate the need for separate male and female connectors
  • Designed to meet convention, IR or vapor phase reflow requirements
  • Through hole and SMT contact tail configurations are available
  • Precision, high strength molded terminations provide reliability in critical applications
  • Available with locating and mounting features
  • Designed with polarization features




SPECIFICATIONS:

Electrical:

Current rating:
Contact Resistance:
Dielectric withstanding
voltage:

Insulation resistance:
0,75 amp / contact (continuous)
5 milliohm (maximum)

>1000 VAC (RMS) @ sea level
>5 x 1012 ohms @ 500 VDC

Mechanical:

Contact material:
Contact finish:





Insertion force:
Withdrawal force:
Normal force:
Shock and vibration:
Dielectric material:
copper alloy (CuNi)
selectively plated contact surface consisting of flash
(5), 15 or 30 micro inches gold (minimum) over 50
micro inches nickel (minimum).
Solder tails are 100 micro
inches tin lead (minimum), over 50 micro inches
nickel (minimum).
42 grams/contact (nominal)
22 grams/contact (nominal)
100 grams/contact (nominal)
MIL standard 1344 (method 2004 and 2005)
Liquid crystal polymer resin

Environmental:

Material:
Operating
temperature range:
U.L. rated 94 V-0

-40C to +105C



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