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M50-3300842

8+8 Pos. Female DIL Ribbon Cable Connector

1.27mm (0.05") Pitch PCB Connector - Archer M50 IDC

  • Double Row Female IDC connector with polarization – 16 contacts (8+8).
  • Gold finish on contact area, Tin finish on termination.
  • For use with 0.635mm pitch, 30AWG ribbon cable.
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Technical Details

Specification

Contact Pitch:

1.27mm (0.05")

Contact Gender:

Female/Socket/Jack

Connector Orientation:

Angled

Connection Type:

Cable (Ribbon IDC)

Mating Pin Size:

0.4mm square

Current Rating:

1A per contact

Operating Temperature:

-40°C to +105°C

Polarising Features:

Yes

End Stackable:

No

Side Stackable:

No

Can be cut to another size:

No

Number of Rows:

2

Number of Signal Contacts:

16

Materials

Finish / Plating on Termination:

100% Tin over Nickel

Finish / Plating on Contact Surface:

Gold

Base Material of Contact:

Phosphor Bronze

Housing Material:

PBT

Housing Colour:

Black

Housing Material UL Rating:

UL94V-0

Packaging Style:

Bulk/Loose

Dimensions

Individual Part Weight:

0.352g

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

14.36 x 4.05 x 5.10

Availability

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Low availability or made to order: This product is typically manufactured to order. When out of stock, minimum order quantities may apply.

Limited availability or made-to-order
Currently made to order*

* Please request minimum quantities, lead times and pricing from an authorized distributor.

Questions & Answers Ask a Question

Can you please specify the correct crimping tool for this product?

The IDC termination tool for this product is Z50-020 – you can see it listed if you scroll down to Related Products. The instruction sheet for using this tool is IS-43.

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