0.050" x 0.100"

Stapelbare PCB Steckverbinder mit einem Raster von .050" Zoll (1.27 mm) x .100" Zoll (2.54 mm), verfügbar in Buchsen- und Stiftleisten, Platinenstaplern, Niedrigprofil- und extremen-Bauteilhöhen sowie durchführenden, robusten und kompakten Designs.

Rastersysteme .050 Zoll x .100 ZollRastersysteme .050 Zoll x .100 Zoll

Mikroraster-, kompakte Kontakt- und Buchsensysteme in unterschiedlichen Bauteilhöhen.

  • Standard- und Hochtemperaturdesigns
  • Niedrigprofil- und extrem hohe Board-zu-Board Stapelhöhen
  • Optionale Polarisierung, Zentrierstifte und Verriegelung
  • Flexible Ummantelung verfügbar
  • TMS
  • HTMS
  • MTMS
  • DWM
  • HDWM
  • TML
  • ZML
  • FTR
  • RSM
  • SLM
  • SMS
Rastersysteme .050 Zoll x .100 Zoll

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