MMSD-02-28-L-12.00-D-K-LDS

Mini-Mate Cable Assembly, 0.100" Pitch rohs logo

MMSD-02-28-L-12.00-D-K-LDS

Mini-Mate Cable Assembly, 0.100" Pitch rohs logo

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  • 20 to 30 AWG PVC wire
  • Polarized, double row system to 50 pins
  • Metal or plastic latches
  • Mating shrouded terminal strips available
  • Current rating to 3.8A @ 95°C with 20 AWG
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