17+17 Pos. Male DIL Cable Housing, Screw-Lok Panel Mount
1.25mm Pitch High-Reliability Connector - Gecko Screw-Lok
- Male Double Row Crimp Connector Housing, threaded screw fixings with extended lugs for rear panel mount – 34 (17+17) contacts. Use hex socket bolt G125-4520000B for mounting to panels up to 3mm thickness.
- Use with crimp contacts G125-1010005 (for 26 AWG), G125-1020005 (for 28-32 AWG), or choose from the pre-wired contacts G125-MW series.
- For complete pin numbering or pin out information, see Component Specification C125XX.
EU RoHS Status:
Mating Pin Size:
2.8A max individual contact, 2A max simultaneous (25°C)
-65°C to +150°C
Style of Jackscrews:
Internal Thread Screw-Lok with Rear Panel Mount (Standard Gender)
Can be cut to another size:
Number of Rows:
Number of Signal Contacts:
Polyamide (Nylon) 4T
Housing Material UL Rating:
Individual Part Weight:
Overall Dimensions (L x W x D) in mm:
41.10 x 6.50 x 8.40
Frequently Asked Questions Ask a Question
Does the female crimp contact G125-0010005 (26 AWG) mate with male contact G125-1020005 (28-32 AWG)?
Yes, you can mate together the two different cable size contacts. Both male contacts and both female contacts have the same front half of the contact for mating compatibility. It is only the bore at the rear of the contact, where the wire is inserted, that is different for the 26 AWG and 28-32 AWG types. So both female contacts G125-0010005 and G125-002005 mate with both male contacts G125-1010005 and G125-1020005.
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