.100" Pitch Mini Mate® Universal Discrete Wire System

Mates with standard and shrouded .025" (0.64 mm) square post terminal strips.

FEATURES

  • Mates with standard and shrouded .025" (0.64 mm) square post terminal strips
  • 24 to 28 AWG cable
  • Choice of single or double row system
  • Polarizing key option
  • Available as components or complete assemblies
  • Assembly tooling available

SERIES

CC83L

.100" Mini Mate® Universal Crimp Contact, Loose Piece

Features
  • .100" (2.54 mm) pitch
  • Accepts 24 and 26 AWG cable
  • Assembly tooling available
  • Loose contacts
.100" Mini Mate® Universal Crimp Contact, Loose Piece

CC83R

.100" Mini Mate® Universal Crimp Contact, Reel Packaging

Features
  • .100" (2.54 mm) pitch
  • Accepts 24 and 26 AWG cable
  • Assembly tooling available
  • Reeled contacts
.100" Mini Mate® Universal Crimp Contact, Reel Packaging

ISDM

.100" Mini Mate® Universal Discrete Wire Socket Double Row Housing

Features
  • Double row
  • Keyed polarization available
.100" Mini Mate® Universal Discrete Wire Socket Double Row Housing

ISSM

.100" Mini Mate® Universal Discrete Wire Socket Single Row Housing

Features
  • Single Row
  • Keyed polarization available
.100" Mini Mate® Universal Discrete Wire Socket Single Row Housing

SMSD

.100" Mini Mate® Universal Double Row Discrete Wire Cable Assembly, Socket

Features
  • Double row system to 40 pins
  • Choice of keying options
  • 24 or 26 AWG cable
.100" Mini Mate® Universal Double Row Discrete Wire Cable Assembly, Socket

SMSS

.100" Mini Mate® Universal Single Row Discrete Wire Cable Assembly, Socket

Features
  • Mates with any .025” (0.64 mm) square post unshrouded terminal strip
  • Single row system to 20 pins
  • Choice of keying options
  • 24 or 26 AWG cable
.100" Mini Mate® Universal Single Row Discrete Wire Cable Assembly, Socket

TST

.100" Shrouded Terminal Strip, Cable Mate

Features
  • Most common pin counts from 10 to 72
  • Polarization notch
  • .100" (2.54 mm) pitch
  • Through-hole vertical and right-angle
.100" Shrouded Terminal Strip, Cable Mate

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