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Low Profile Tiger Eye™ Header Strips, 2.00 mm Pitch

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The TMM is a header strip for through-hole or surface mount termination. Available in configurations up to 200 pins in 4 rows, this 2.00 mm (.0789") pitch connector offers the designer huge flexibility and current ratings of up to 3.2 Amps per pin.

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Features

  • Application: Industry's largest variety of low profile pin counts, terminal lengths and options
  • Contact System: .020" (0.50 mm) square post
  • Up to 8 Gbps performance
  • Orientation: Vertical, right-angle
  • Pitch: 2.00 mm (.0787")
  • Special Features: FleXYZ™ provides design flexibility in all three axes up to four rows wide and 200 pins
  • Termination: Through-hole, surface mount
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