.100" Pitch Square Post Sockets and Terminals

.100" (2.54 mm) pitch sockets, headers, terminals and board stackers in low profile, elevated, and high-density designs to connect multiple boards together. Options include vertical and right-angle orientations; through-hole, surface mount, mixed technology, press-fit and pass-through terminations.


.100" (2.54 mm) Pitch Socket Strips.100" (2.54 mm) Pitch Square Post Socket Strips

Flexible stacking .025" (0.635 mm) square post sockets with contact and design flexibility.

Features
  • Choice of three contact systems
  • Vertical and right-angle/horizontal
  • Through-hole, surface mount and press fit terminations
  • Standard, low profile and elevated designs
  • Single, double and triple row designs on specific series
  • Bottom mount or pass-through styles
  • E.L.P.™ certified systems available
Series
V
  • BCS
  • BSW
  • CES
  • ESQ
  • ESW
  • HLE
  • PHF
  • SLW
  • SMH
  • SSM
  • SSQ
  • SSW
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.100" (2.54 mm) Pitch Socket Strips

.100" (2.54 mm) Pitch Terminal Strips.100" (2.54 mm) Pitch Square Post Terminal Strips

Flexible stacking .025" (0.635 mm) square post terminals with contact and design flexibility.

Features
  • Flexible terminal strips and board stackers
  • Shrouded, skyscraper and low profile
  • Through-hole, surface mount, mixed technology and press fit
  • Modify post or stacker height as standard
  • Vertical, perpendicular and coplanar mating
  • Wide variety of standard options and features including polarization, locking clips, alignment pins, etc.
Series
V
  • ALC
  • DW
  • EW
  • HMTSW
  • HTSS
  • HTSW
  • HW-SM
  • HW-TH
  • MTLW
  • MTSW
  • PHT
  • TLW
  • TSM
  • TSSH
  • TSW
  • ZSS
  • ZW
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.100" (2.54 mm) Pitch Terminal Strips

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