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4 Pos. Female SIL Cable Housing, Reverse Fix Panel Mount

8.50mm Pitch High-Reliability Connector - Kona

  • Single Row Polarized Female Housing with individually shrouded scoop-proof contact locations and rear potting area – 4 contact. Includes fitted reverse fix screws with 5.2mm panel mount studs. Use Slotted Board Mount nut KA1-4240000 for panel mounting.
  • Contacts to be purchased separately – use with 8AWG power solder contact KA1-0400005.
  • For complete pin numbering or pin out information, see Component Specification C052XX.
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Technical Details


Contact Pitch:

8.50mm (0.335")

Contact Gender:


Connector Orientation:


Connection Type:

Cable (Solder)

Current Rating:

60A max per contact

Operating Temperature:

-65°C to +150°C

Style of Jackscrews:

Internal Thread Jackscrew with Front Panel Mount Stud (Reverse Fix)

Polarising Features:


End Stackable:


Side Stackable:


Can be cut to another size:


Number of Rows:


Number of Signal Contacts:



Housing Material:


Housing Colour:


Housing Material UL Rating:


Packaging Style:



Individual Part Weight:


Overall Dimensions (L x W x D) in mm:

50.00 x 12.50 x 18.00

Thread Size:



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Questions & Answers Ask a Question

On the Kona series is the temperature rise shown in the test data the contact temperature rise or overall connector temperature rise?

In the Test Report Summary HT076, each connector tested is wired in series, as shown in the diagram and explained in section 3.2. This means the current passes through all contacts in each size connector tested, so the temperature rise will be for the whole connector. If you need any further assistance on this, please do contact one of our Experts.

Are the board/panel mount nuts supplied with this connector, or do I have to order them separately?

No, these connectors are not supplied with the board/panel mount nuts – you will need to order them separately. The part number is KA1-4240000 for a slotted circular nut.

What’s the derate curve for Kona connections?

You can find derate curves for the mated connectors in the Test Report HT076.

What torque value do you recommend for the jackscrews?

If you need to tighten your fixings to a torque setting for longer term installation, our recommendation is 22-25Ncm for both screw-locks and board/panel mount fixings. You can find this value stated in the Component Specification for Kona.

What tool do I need for assembling the contacts?

No tool is required for assembling the soldered contacts into the housing. We do supply an optional extraction tool if you need to remove a cable contact from the housing – see part ZA1-9040000.

What is the pin numbering for a Kona connector?

Each housing is marked with a number 1 contact identifier in the plastic of the housing body. Once you find this, simply count along the row from that position.

Do I need a tool to fasten these connectors together?

Yes, you will need a 2mm A/F hex driver (or allen key). You can either use this to hand-tighten, or achieve the recommended torque of 22-25Ncm.

What torque value should be used for these screw-locks?

The torque value for board or panel mounting and for mating screw-locks is 22-25cmN. This value is given in the Component Specification C052xx (page 3).






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