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.050" Micro Terminal Strip

This micro header features a variety of standard options and is an Extended Life Product™, passing 10 year Mixed Flowing Gas (MFG) and achieving high mating cycles (250 to 2,500). Options include a variety of post heights, a choice of surface mount, through-hole or mixed technology tails, vertical or horizontal orientations, polarization and keying, as well as end shrouds and ejector shrouds for alignment or blind mating.

Features
  • Micro header with various post heights
  • Available in surface mount and through-hole tails
  • End shroud option available
  • Cost saving flash gold plating available
  • Vertical and horizontal row configurations
  • Extended Life Product™ (E.L.P.™)
  • Hot Pluggable version available (HPT Series)
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