FTR

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Surface Mount Micro Header, 0.050" x 0.100" Pitch

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The FTR is a surface mount PCB header strip. It uses a pitch of 0.050" (1.27mm) between contacts and 0.100" (2.54mm) between rows to offer greater flexibility for the PCB designer. The FTR is available in multiple lead styles.

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Features

  • Application: Optional polarization for single or double row design up to 80 pins
  • Contact System: .018" (0.46 mm) square post
  • Orientation: Vertical
  • Pitch: .050" (1.27 mm)
  • Special Features: Locking clip option available for most rugged requirements
  • Termination: Surface mount
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