PC/104-Plus™ Square Post Systems

PC/104™ and PC/104-Plus™ elevated connectors with stack through, non stack through and self-nesting tails, in a choice of through-hole or press-fit terminations.


PC/104™ SystemsPC/104™ Systems

Elevated .100" (2.54 mm) pitch square post system.

Features
  • Stack-through and non-stack-through connectors
  • Self-nesting .025" (0.635 mm) SQ post tails
  • Rugged Tiger Buy™ contacts
  • Standard and low insertion force
  • Single, double and triple row up to 108 pins
Series
V
  • ESQ
PC/104™ Systems

PC/104-Plus™ SystemsPC/104-Plus™ Systems

Self-nesting 2.00 mm (.0787") pitch square post system.

Features
  • Stack-through and non-stack-through connectors
  • Choice of solder tails or press-fit tails
  • Self-nesting 0.50 mm (.0197") SQ post tails
  • Rugged Tiger Buy™ contacts
Series
V
  • ATS
  • ESQT
  • JSOM
  • PTHF
PC/104-Plus™ Systems

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