1.00 mm Pitch (.0394") Systems

Flexible stacking interconnects available in a variety of contact systems, position counts, and low profile styles.

FEATURES

  • Various board stacking styles and options
  • Rugged options available
  • Up to 100 I/Os
  • Flexible stack height features
  • E.L.P.™ (Extended Life Product™) available

SERIES

BKS

1.00 mm Polarized Micro Socket Strip

Features
  • Alignment pins available
  • Low cost gold plating option
  • Low profile dual wipe Tiger Claw™ contact
  • Optional tape and reel packaging
  • Polarized mating with BKT series
1.00 mm Polarized Micro Socket Strip

BKT

1.00 mm Polarized Micro Terminal Strip

Features
  • Five standard stack height options
  • Low cost gold plating option
  • Optional tape and reel packaging
  • Polarized mating with BKS series
  • Shrouding option
1.00 mm Polarized Micro Terminal Strip

CLM

1.00 mm Tiger Claw™ Rugged Reliable Dual Wipe Micro Socket Strip

Features
  • Available up to 100 positions
  • Available with cost saving gold plating
  • Low profile dual wipe Tiger Claw™ contact
  • Optional tape and reel packaging
1.00 mm Tiger Claw™ Rugged Reliable Dual Wipe Micro Socket Strip

FTM

1.00 mm Surface Mount Micro Low Profile Terminal Strip

Features
  • Available with and without end shroud and guide post
  • Available with cost saving gold plating
  • Extended Life Product™ (E.L.P.™)
  • Flexible positions up to 100 I/O's
  • Micro low profile header
1.00 mm Surface Mount Micro Low Profile Terminal Strip

FTMH

1.00 mm Surface Mount Micro Terminal Strip

Features
  • Low profile header
  • Available with and without end shroud and guide post
  • Available with cost saving gold plating
  • Vertical or horizontal row options
  • Flexible positions up to 100 I/O's
  • Extended Life Product™ (E.L.P.™)
1.00 mm Surface Mount Micro Terminal Strip

FTMH

1.00 mm Surface Mount Micro Terminal Strip

Features
  • Low profile header
  • Available with and without end shroud and guide post
  • Available with cost saving gold plating
  • Vertical or horizontal row options
  • Flexible positions up to 100 I/O's
  • Extended Life Product™ (E.L.P.™)
1.00 mm Surface Mount Micro Terminal Strip

MLE

1.00 mm Tiger Beam™ Cost-Effective Single Beam Socket Strip

Features
  • Available with cost saving gold plating
  • Cost effective Tiger Beam™ contact system
  • Ideal pass-through applications
  • Available up to 100 positions
  • Optional tape and reel packaging
1.00 mm Tiger Beam™ Cost-Effective Single Beam Socket Strip

MW

1.00 mm Flex Stack, Flexible Micro Board Stacker, Surface Mount

Features
  • Optional end shrouds and guide posts available as application specific
  • Optional tape and reel packaging
  • Available up to 100 positions
  • Flexible stacker heights mating with CLM or MLE sockets
1.00 mm Flex Stack, Flexible Micro Board Stacker, Surface Mount

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