17+17 Pos. Male DIL Horizontal Throughboard Conn. Latches
2.00mm Pitch High-Reliability Connector - Datamate L-Tek
EU RoHS Status:
PC Tail / Throughboard
Mating Pin Size:
3.3A max individual contact, 3A max simultaneous (25°C)
-55°C to +125°C
Max Solder Temperature: 260°C for 10 seconds
Style of Latches:
Can be cut to another size:
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Overall Dimensions (L x W x D) in mm:
38.10 x 8.85 x 11.10
Height of Connector above PCB:
Length of Throughboard Tail:
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What are the U-shaped plugs/staples supplied with this connector?
These U-shaped plugs (that look like staples) are throughboard hold-down straps, supplied with all horizontal male Datamate L-Tek. You can see them shown red in the inset pictures on the relevant Datamate L-Tek catalog pages, and we have a Product Training Module on their use. It can also be used with vertical male L-Tek, purchased separately under part number M80-0030006.
The Technical Drawing will show the 4 holes required for using these straps in your assembly, and they can be either soldered to the PCB on the underside, or with pin-in-paste soldering.
Do you have a tool to help separate this connector when it is latched to the mating half?
The tool you need is the Z80-299. This is a kit of a handle, cross-bars and two latch separators, and has instructions to help you assemble the tool to the right size for your connector.
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