.050" (1.27 mm) Pitch IDC Systems

Mates with .016" (0.41 mm) square post terminal strips.

FEATURES

  • High-performance Tiger Eye™ contacts
  • Choice of socket and plug terminations
  • Exceptionally low profile .200" (5.08 mm)
  • Variety of options including strain relief
  • Mating shrouded & ejector terminal strips
  • Wide variety of standard wiring configurations

Products

FFSD

.050" Low Profile Tiger Eye™ IDC Ribbon Cable Assembly

Features
  • .050" (1.27 mm) pitch
  • High-reliability Tiger Eye™ contacts
  • All common pin counts from 4 to 25
  • Mating shrouded terminal strips and ejector headers
  • Optional strain relief
  • Polarization key
  • Wide variety of wiring options including reverses, daisy chains, etc.
.050" Low Profile Tiger Eye™ IDC Ribbon Cable Assembly

FFMD

.050" Tiger Eye™ IDC Ribbon Cable Assemblies, Terminal/Socket

Features
  • .050" (1.27 mm) pitch
  • All common pin counts from 4 to 25
  • Optional strain relief
  • Wide variety of wiring options including reverses, daisy chains, etc.
  • Double ended with termination to socket strip available
.050"  Tiger Eye™ IDC Ribbon Cable Assemblies, Terminal/Socket

FFTP

Low profile twisted pair ribbon cable assembly, 0.050" pitch

Features
  • .050" (1.27 mm) pitch
  • High-reliability Tiger Eye™ contacts
  • All common pin counts from 5 to 25
  • Mating shrouded terminal strips and ejector headers
  • Polarization key
Low profile twisted pair ribbon cable assembly, 0.050" pitch

FMTP

.050" Tiger Eye™ IDC Twisted Pair Cable Assembly, Terminal

Features
  • .050" (1.27 mm) pitch
  • All common pin counts from 5 to 25
  • Double ended with termination to socket strip available
.050" Tiger Eye™ IDC Twisted Pair Cable Assembly, Terminal

EHF

.050" Shrouded IDC Header with Ejectors

Features
  • .050" (1.27 mm) pitch
  • All common pin counts from 4 to 25
  • Through-hole, right-angle and surface mount
  • Polarization notch
  • Optional caps to lock cable to header
.050" Shrouded IDC Header with Ejectors

SHF

Shrouded Terminal Strip, 0.050" pitch

Features
  • .050" (1.27 mm) pitch
  • All common pin counts from 4 to 25
  • Mates with FFSD/FFTP without strain relief
  • Polarization notch
  • Through-hole, right-angle and surface mount
Shrouded Terminal Strip, 0.050" pitch

ESHF

.050" Shrouded Header For FFSD With Strain Relief

Features
  • .050" (1.27 mm) pitch
  • All common pin counts from 4 to 25
  • Mates with FFSD/FFTP with strain relief
  • Polarization notch
  • Through-hole, right-angle and surface mount
.050" Shrouded Header For FFSD With Strain Relief

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