PowerStrip™ High-Power Systems

PowerStrip™ High-Power Systems

High-power systems for performance up to 58.7 A per contact.

FEATURES

  • Current Rating: 23 A - 58.7 A per power blade
  • Right-angle and vertical orientations
  • Power/Signal combos available
  • Cable assemblies available
  • "Hinged" for unique mating in any orientation from 0° to 90° and space confined applications
  • Optional locking clips or screw downs
  • Ideal for blind mating
  • Space saving
  • Up to 10 total power blades

SERIES

FMPS

5.00 mm PowerStrip™/30 A "Hinging" Power Socket Strip

Features
  • 5.00 mm (.1969") pitch
  • High-power dual blade contact
  • Current rating to 22.9A
5.00 mm PowerStrip™/30 A "Hinging" Power Socket Strip

FMPT

5.00 mm PowerStrip™/30 A "Hinging" Power Terminal Strip

Features
  • 5.00 mm (.1969") pitch
  • High-power dual blade contact
  • Current rating to 22.9A
5.00 mm PowerStrip™/30 A "Hinging" Power Terminal Strip

MPPT

5.00 mm PowerStrip™/30 A Hermaphroditic Terminal/Socket Strip

Features
  • 5.00 mm (.1969") pitch
  • High-power dual blade contact
  • Rugged screw down option
  • Current rating to 20.5A
5.00 mm PowerStrip™/30 A Hermaphroditic Terminal/Socket Strip

MPS

5.00 mm PowerStrip™/30 A Dual Leaf Socket Strip

Features
  • 5.00 mm (.1969") pitch
  • High-power dual blade contact
  • 2 to 8 power positions
  • Current rating to 24.7A
5.00 mm PowerStrip™/30 A Dual Leaf Socket Strip

MPT

5.00 mm PowerStrip™/30 A Dual Blade Terminal Strip

Features
  • 5.00 mm (.1969") pitch
  • High-power dual blade contact
  • 2 to 8 power positions
  • Current rating to 24.7A
5.00 mm PowerStrip™/30 A Dual Blade Terminal Strip

PES

.250" PowerStrip™/40 A High-Power Socket Strip

Features
  • .250" (6.35 mm) pitch
  • High-power dual blade contact
  • Rugged screw down option
  • Current rating to 27.6A
.250" PowerStrip™/40 A High-Power Socket Strip

PET

.250" PowerStrip™/40 A High-Power Terminal Strip

Features
  • .250" (6.35 mm) pitch
  • High-power dual blade contact
  • 2 to 8 power positions
  • Current rating to 27.6A
.250" PowerStrip™/40 A High-Power Terminal Strip

UPPT

.150" PowerStrip™/20 A Hermaphroditic Terminal/Socket Strip

Features
  • .150" (3.81 mm) pitch
  • High-power dual blade contact
  • Rugged screw down option
  • Current rating to 19.8A
.150" PowerStrip™/20 A Hermaphroditic Terminal/Socket Strip

UPS

.150" PowerStrip™/20 A Dual Blade Power Socket Strip

Features
  • .150" (3.81 mm) pitch
  • High-power dual blade contact
  • Optional press fit tails
  • Current rating to 20.1A
.150" PowerStrip™/20 A Dual Blade Power Socket Strip

UPT

.150" PowerStrip™/20 A Dual Blade Power Terminal Strip

Features
  • .150" (3.81 mm) pitch
  • High-power dual blade contact
  • Optional press fit tails
  • Current rating to 20.1A
.150" PowerStrip™/20 A Dual Blade Power Terminal Strip

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