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.050" Tiger Eye™ IDC Ribbon Cable Assembly, Socket
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This flat Tiger Eye™ IDC socket cable system features an exceptionally low profile design with a multi-finger, BeCu contact system for high reliability and high cycle applications. Optional rugged strain relief is available for a more robust connection in harsh environments, as well as a variety of ejector and shrouded headers for mating.

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Features
  • .050" (1.27 mm) pitch
  • High-reliability Tiger Eye™ contacts
  • All common pin counts from 4 to 25
  • Mating shrouded terminal strips and ejector headers
  • Optional strain relief
  • Polarization key
  • Wide variety of wiring options including reverses, daisy chains, etc.
Features
  • .050" (1.27 mm) pitch
  • High-reliability Tiger Eye™ contacts
  • All common pin counts from 4 to 25
  • Mating shrouded terminal strips and ejector headers
  • Optional strain relief
  • Polarization key
  • Wide variety of wiring options including reverses, daisy chains, etc.
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