5.00 mm Pitch PowerStrip™/30 Discrete Wire System

5.00 mm Pitch PowerStrip™/30

Power only and combination signal/power cables with mating sockets up to 30 A per pin for rugged applications.

FEATURES

  • 30 A high-power system
  • Dual leaf / dual blade power blades
  • Tiger Eye™ signal contacts
  • Rugged latching system
  • Power only and combination signal/power systems
  • Available as components or complete assemblies
  • Assembly tooling available

SERIES

CC46L

5.00 mm PowerStrip™/30 A Crimp Contact, Loose Piece

Features
  • .197" (5.00 mm) pitch
  • Copper alloy crimp termination contact
  • Accepts 14 to 16 AWG cable
  • Loose contacts
5.00 mm PowerStrip™/30 A Crimp Contact, Loose Piece

CC46R

5.00 mm PowerStrip™/30 A Crimp Contact, Reel Packaging

Features
  • .197" (5.00 mm) pitch
  • Copper alloy crimp termination contact
  • Accepts 14 to 16 AWG cable
  • Reeled contacts
5.00 mm PowerStrip™/30 A Crimp Contact, Reel Packaging

CC81L

2.00 mm Tiger Eye™ Crimp Contact, Loose Piece

Features
  • 2.00 mm (.0787") pitch
  • High-performance multi-finger Beryllium Copper contact
  • Accepts 24 to 30 AWG cable
  • Loose contacts
2.00 mm Tiger Eye™ Crimp Contact, Loose Piece

CC81R

2.00 mm Tiger Eye™ Crimp Contact, Reel Packaging

Features
  • 2.00 mm (.0787") pitch
  • High-performance multi-finger Beryllium Copper contact
  • Accepts 24 to 30 AWG cable
  • Reeled contacts
2.00 mm Tiger Eye™ Crimp Contact, Reel Packaging

IMS5

5.00 mm PowerStrip™/30 A Discrete Wire Socket Housing

Features
  • 5.00 mm (.1969") pitch
  • 14 to 16 AWG cable
  • Single Row
  • Plastic latches
5.00 mm PowerStrip™/30 A Discrete Wire Socket Housing

IMSC5

5.00 mm Power Contacts/ 2.00 mm Signal Contacts PowerStrip™/30 A Discrete Wire Combo Cable Housing

Features
  • 5.00 mm (.1969") pitch
  • 2.00 mm (.0787") pitch
  • 14 to 30 AWG cable
  • Plastic latches
  • UL: File # E111594
5.00 mm Power Contacts/ 2.00 mm Signal Contacts PowerStrip™/30 A Discrete Wire Combo Cable Housing

MPCC

5.00 mm Mini PowerStrip™/30 A Signal/Power Combo Cable Assembly

Features
  • 5.00 mm (.1969") pitch
  • High-power dual leaf style contact
  • High-reliability Beryllium Copper Tiger Eye™ signal contacts
  • Polarized with rugged latching system
  • 14 and 16 AWG cable for power, 24 to 30 AWG cable for signal
  • 4 power positions with 16 or 24 signal pins
5.00 mm Mini PowerStrip™/30 A Signal/Power Combo Cable Assembly

MPSS

5.00 mm PowerStrip™/30 A Power Cable Assembly, Socket

Features
  • 5.00 mm (.1969") pitch
  • High-power dual leaf style contact
  • Polarized with rugged latching system
  • 14 and 16 AWG cable
  • 2 to 8 power positions
  • Current rating to 11.7A
5.00 mm PowerStrip™/30 A Power Cable Assembly, Socket

MPT

5.00 mm PowerStrip™/30 A Dual Blade Terminal Strip

Features
  • 5.00 mm (.1969") pitch
  • High-power dual blade contact
  • 2 to 8 power positions
  • Current rating to 24.7A
5.00 mm PowerStrip™/30 A Dual Blade Terminal Strip

MPTC

5.00 mm PowerStrip™/30 A Signal/Power Combo Terminal Strip

Features
  • 5.00 mm (.1969") pitch for power contacts
  • High-power dual blade contact
  • 2 or 4 power positions
  • 16, 24 or 80 signal pins
5.00 mm PowerStrip™/30 A Signal/Power Combo Terminal Strip

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