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.100" Terminal Strip

This through-hole .025” square post terminal strip features single, double and triple row options with straight or right-angle pins in a variety of post heights and body positions. This connector is an Extended Life Product™, passing 10 year Mixed Flowing Gas (MFG) and achieving high mating cycles (250 to 2,500).

Features
  • Pitch: .100" (2.54 mm)
  • Contact System: .025" (0.635 mm) square post
  • Orientation: Vertical, right-angle
  • Termination: Through-hole
  • Application: Industry's largest variety of standard pin counts, terminal lengths and options
  • Special Features: Many options for optimizing cost and performance with platings and ruggedizing features
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