0.50 mm (.0197") Pitch Systems

Micro Blade & Beam systems in a variety of stack heights and orientations for flexible stacking.

FEATURES

  • Basic blade & beam system
  • Low profile systems available
  • Available up to 300 I/Os
  • Several meet E.L.P.™ (Extended Life Product™) standards
  • Hermaphroditic connectors available
  • Various standard positions available up to 300
  • Vertical and right-angle styles available

SERIES

BSH

0.50 mm Basic Blade & Beam Socket Strip

Features
  • Six standard positions, up to 300 I/O pins
  • Extended Life Product™ (E.L.P.™)
  • Stack height of 5.0 mm (.197"); Other heights available as application specific
  • Available in cost saving gold plating
  • Standard alignment pin feature
  • Optional tape and reel packaging
0.50 mm Basic Blade & Beam Socket Strip

BSH-EM

0.50 mm Basic Blade & Beam Socket Strip, Edge Mount

Features
  • Available in cost saving gold plating
  • Dual row design
  • Three standard positions, up to 180 I/O pins
0.50 mm Basic Blade & Beam Socket Strip, Edge Mount

BSH-RA

0.50 mm Basic Blade & Beam Socket Strip, Right-Angle

Features
  • Three standard positions, up to 180 I/O pins
  • Available in cost saving gold plating
  • Standard weld tab feature
0.50 mm Basic Blade & Beam Socket Strip, Right-Angle

BTH

0.50 mm Basic Blade & Beam Terminal Strip

Features
  • Six standard positions, up to 300 I/O pins
  • Extended Life Product™ (E.L.P.™)
  • Stack height of 5.0 mm (.197"); Other heights available as application specific
  • Available in cost saving gold plating
  • Standard alignment pin feature
  • Optional tape and reel packaging
0.50 mm Basic Blade & Beam Terminal Strip

BTH-EM

0.50 mm Basic Blade & Beam Terminal Strip, Edge Mount

Features
  • Available in cost saving gold plating
  • Dual row design
  • Three standard positions, up to 180 I/O pins
0.50 mm Basic Blade & Beam Terminal Strip, Edge Mount

BTH-RA

0.50 mm Basic Blade & Beam Terminal Strip, Right-Angle

Features
  • Three standard positions, up to 180 I/O pins
  • Available in cost saving gold plating
  • Standard weld tab feature
0.50 mm Basic Blade & Beam Terminal Strip, Right-Angle

LSH

0.50 mm Low Profile Blade & Beam Socket Strip

Features
  • Ultra low 2.31 mm (.091") mated stack height
  • Five standard positions, up to 100 I/O pins
  • Standard alignment pin feature
  • Optional tape and reel packaging
0.50 mm Low Profile Blade & Beam Socket Strip

LSHM

0.50 mm Razor Beam™ High-Speed Hermaphroditic Terminal/Socket Strip

Features
  • Ten stack height options from 5.00 mm to 12.00 mm
  • Audible click when mated
  • Mating and unmating forces approximately 4-6x greater than typical micro pitch connectors
  • Parallel, perpendicular and coplanar systems
  • Up to 100 I/Os
  • Shield option available
  • Self-mating system reduces inventory cost
  • Lubricated option available
0.50 mm Razor Beam™ High-Speed Hermaphroditic Terminal/Socket Strip

LTH

0.50 mm Low Profile Blade & Beam Terminal Strip

Features
  • Ultra low 2.31 mm (.091") mated stack height
  • Five standard positions, up to 100 I/O pins
  • Standard alignment pin feature
  • Optional tape and reel packaging
0.50 mm Low Profile Blade & Beam Terminal Strip

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