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.050" Tiger Eye™ High-Reliability Terminal Strip

This rugged Tiger Eye™ terminal strip features a multi-finger, BeCu contact system designed for high reliability and high cycle applications with surface mount or through-hole tails. Vertical or right-angle orientations for parallel, perpendicular and coplanar mating increase design flexibility, along with optional alignment pin, locking clip, dual screw down or weld tab for more rugged applications.

Features
  • Shrouded body for blind mating
  • Pitch: .050" (1.27 mm)
  • Contact System: .018" (0.46 mm) diameter post
  • Orientation: Vertical, right-angle, horizontal
  • Termination: Through-hole, surface mount
  • Application: Mating with high-reliability Tiger Eye™ contact sockets and cable assemblies
  • Multiple stack heights
  • Special Features: Screw down, weld tab and solder nail options available for most rugged requirements
  • Extended Life Product™ (E.L.P.™)
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