2.00 mm Pitch Sockets and Terminals

2.00 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.


2.00 mm (.0787") Pitch Socket Strips2.00 mm (.0787") Pitch Socket Strips

Rugged socket strips with flexibility on three axes.

Features
  • Choice of four contact systems
  • Vertical and right-angle/horizontal
  • Through-hole, surface mount and press fit
  • Standard, low profile and elevated
  • One through six rows
  • Self-nesting PC/104-Plus™ Sockets
  • Pass-through and bottom entry contacts
Series
V
  • SQW
  • SQT
  • ESQT
  • PTF
  • PTHF
  • CLT
  • MMS
  • SMM
  • S2M
  • TLE
  • LS2
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2.00 mm (.0787") Pitch Socket Strips

2.00 mm (.0787") Pitch Terminal Strips2.00 mm (.0787") Pitch Terminal Strips

Terminal strips with 0.50 mm (.020") square posts and flexibility on three axes.

Features
  • Flexible terminal strips and board stackers
  • Low profile, skyscraper, vertical, right-angle
  • Through-hole, surface mount, press fit
  • Modify post or stacker height as standard
  • One through six rows
  • FleXYZ™ design flexibility in three axes
  • Self-mating socket/terminal strips
Series
V
  • TMM
  • MTMM
  • TMMH
  • MMT
  • LTMM
  • ZLTMM
  • TSH
  • TMMS
  • T2M
  • TW-TH
  • TW-SM
  • PTT
  • LS2
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2.00 mm (.0787") Pitch Terminal Strips

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