Flexible Power Stacking Systems

Standard and high-temp connector strips with Power Eye contacts for applications up to 15 A per pin.

FEATURES

  • Three-finger BeCu power eye contact
  • Flexible stack heights and pin counts
  • Standard and high-temp systems
  • Rugged locking clip option

SERIES

FHP

.156" Power Eye Socket Strip

Features
  • Orientation: Vertical
  • Pitch: .156" (3.96 mm)
  • Contact System: Power Eye
  • Termination: Through-hole, surface mount
.156" Power Eye Socket Strip

FWJ

.156" Power Terminal Strip

Features
  • Orientation: Vertical, right-angle
  • Pitch: .156" (3.96 mm)
  • Contact System: .045" (1.14 mm) square post
  • Termination: Through-hole
.156" Power Terminal Strip

HFWJ

.156" High-Temp Power Terminal Strip

Features
  • Contact System: .045" (1.14 mm) square post
  • Orientation: Vertical, right-angle
  • Pitch: .156" (3.96 mm)
  • Termination: Through-hole, surface mount
.156" High-Temp Power Terminal Strip

JW

.156" Flex Stack, Power Flexible Board Stacker

Features
  • Contact System: .045" (1.14 mm) square post
  • Orientation: Vertical
  • Pitch: .156" (3.96 mm)
  • Termination: Through-hole, surface mount
.156" Flex Stack, Power Flexible Board Stacker

HPF

.200" Power Socket Strip

Features
  • Pitch: .200" (5.08 mm)
  • Contact System: Power Eye
  • Orientation: Vertical
  • Termination: Through-hole, surface mount
.200"  Power Socket Strip

HPM

.200" Power Terminal Strip

Features
  • Contact System: .045" (1.14 mm) square post
  • Orientation: Vertical, right-angle
  • Pitch: .200" (5.08 mm)
  • Termination: Through-hole, surface mount
.200" Power Terminal Strip

HPW

.200" Power Board Stacker

Features
  • Contact System: .045" (1.14 mm) square post
  • Orientation: Vertical
  • Pitch: .200" (5.08 mm)
  • Termination: Through-hole, surface mount
.200" Power Board Stacker

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