ESQT-110-02-L-D-415

FleXYZ™ Flexible-Height Socket Strip, 2.00mm Pitch rohs logo Product Specs

ESQT-110-02-L-D-415

FleXYZ™ Flexible-Height Socket Strip, 2.00mm Pitch rohs logo

Product Specs

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Features

  • Pitch: 2.00 mm (.0787")
  • Contact System: Tiger Buy™
  • Orientation: Vertical
  • Termination: Through-hole
  • Application: FleXYZ™ design allows design flexibility in all three axes to six rows with 50 pins per row
  • Special Features: PC/104-Plus™ compliant
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