Discrete wire cable assemblies and components with pitch availability from 0.80 mm to 6.35 mm and wire ranges from 32 to 10 AWG. Broad selection of bodies, contacts and terminals available with rugged latching, high-reliability Tiger Eye™ or individually shrouded contact systems, standard and high-power versions, polarization and keying. Tooling is available for component and complete assembly production.
High-power cable and mating sockets up to 40 A per pin for rugged applications.
40 A high-power systems
Dual leaf / dual blade power blades
Tiger Eye™ signal contacts
Rugged latching system
Available as components or complete assemblies
Assembly tooling available
.250" PowerStrip™/40 A Discrete Wire Socket Housing
.250" PowerStrip™/40 A Crimp Contact, Reel Packaging
.250" PowerStrip™/40 A Single Row Discrete Wire Cable Assembly, Socket
.250" PowerStrip™/40 A High-Power Terminal Strip
IDC & FFC
IDC & FFC
IDC wire cable assemblies with high reliability Tiger Eye™ contacts on 1.27 mm and 2.00 mm pitch, as well as dual beam contacts on 2.54 mm pitch. Choice of socket and plug terminations, low profile and slim body designs; ejector, shrouded and elevated headers for mating, and optional locking clips and caps for more rugged applications.
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