SFSD-05-28-G-36.00-DS-NUS

Double Row Discrete Wire Assembly, 0.050" Pitch rohs logo Product Specs

SFSD-05-28-G-36.00-DS-NUS

Double Row Discrete Wire Assembly, 0.050" Pitch rohs logo

Product Specs

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Features

  • .050" (1.27 mm) pitch
  • High-reliability Tiger Eye™ contacts
  • 28 and 30 AWG PVC wire
  • Polarized double row system to 100 pins
  • Metal latch and screw down options
  • Mating shrouded terminal strips available
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