2.00 mm Pitch Discrete Wire IDC System

Cable-to-board system for ease of termination in field applications.

FEATURES

  • Components only, customer assembly
  • No special tooling required
  • Available in 2, 3, 4 or 5 positions
  • Accepts 24 AWG discrete wire cable
  • Standard single latch for locking

SERIES

I2SS

2.00 mm Single Row Discrete Wire IDC System Cable Assembly Housing, Socket

Features
  • 2.00 mm (.0787") pitch
  • 24 AWG cable
  • Plastic latch
  • UL: File # E111594
2.00 mm Single Row Discrete Wire IDC System Cable Assembly Housing, Socket

T2I

2.00 mm Discrete Wire IDC Terminal Strip

Features
  • Pitch: 2.00 mm (.0787")
  • Orientation: Vertical
  • Termination: Through-hole
  • Special Feature: Latching
2.00 mm Discrete Wire IDC Terminal Strip

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