Component Specification

COMPONENT SPECIFICATION
C04011
M80 Series Female Open Barrel crimp contact and associated
Rectangular Crimp Housings
October 2012
Section
1
Title
Description of Connectors and Intended Application
Page
2
2
Marking of Connector and/or Package
2-4
3
Ratings
4-5
Appendix A
Contact Orientation
6
Appendix B
Instructions for the use of connectors fitted with Jackscrews
6
Appendix C
Instructions for separating Trio-Tek L-Tek connectors
7
Appendix D
Instructions for contact extraction from crimp mouldings
7
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Change Note: 11874
Date: 23/11/2012
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COMPONENT SPECIFICATION
1.0 DESCRIPTION OF CONNECTOR AND INTENDED APPLICATION.
The M80 series stamped female Trio-Tek open barrel crimp contact and rectangular Trio-Tek crimp housing
form part of the Datamate J-Tek and L-Tek ranges of 2mm pitch male and female connectors. These fully
shrouded, unsealed connectors with replaceable contacts are designed for interconnecting cable-to-cable &
cable-to-board.
Datamate Trio-Tek contacts are gold or gold/tin plated. The contact zone of a gold plated contact is hard
acid gold of 98% purity.
The J-Tek range covers 4 to 50 ways, suitable for various cable-to-cable & cable-to-board applications.
The L-Tek range covers common sizes in DIL and SIL housing styles, suitable for various cable-to-cable &
cable-to-board applications.
Both J-Tek and L-Tek female crimp connectors utilising the Trio-Tek contacts are fully intermateable with the
males in these ranges.
These connectors are intended for use as low voltage connectors in high packing density electronic
equipment. Connector housings are polarised to prevent mis-matching and can be produced with
jackscrews, with or without board mounting. Datamate Trio-Tek reeled contacts permit fully automated
crimping in medium and high volume applications, whereas loose contacts can be used for low volume
applications using appropriate hand crimp tooling.
2.0 MARKING OF CONNECTOR AND/OR PACKAGE
2.1 MARKING OF THE FEMALE CRIMP CONTACT AND/OR PACKAGE (ORDER CODE).
The marking (order code) shall appear on the package and shall be of the following style:
M80 - XXX 00 XX
Product Range
M80 = Datamate
Style
253 = Female Trio-Tek 22-24 AWG Reeled
254 = Female Trio-Tek 26-28 AWG Reeled
283 = Female Trio-Tek 22-24 AWG Loose
284 = Female Trio-Tek 26-28 AWG Loose
Finish
45 = 0.3μ Min Gold, All Over
42 = 3μ Min 100% Tin over nickel on Crimp Section and 0.3μ Min Gold on Contact Fingers
(Contact Zone)
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2.2 MARKING OF THE J-TEK FEMALE CRIMP HOUSINGS AND/OR PACKAGE (ORDER CODE).
The marking (order code) shall appear on the package and shall be of the following style:
M80 - XXX XX 98
Product Range
M80 = Datamate
style
454 = Female Trio-Tek Housing Only, No Jackscrew
455 = Female Trio-Tek Housing with Slotted Hexagon Head Jackscrews
456 = Female Trio-Tek Housing with Hexagon Socket Jackscrew
457 = Female Trio-Tek Housing with Reverse Fix Jackscrew
458 = Female Trio-Tek Housing with Guide and Board Mount Fixing
459 = Female Trio-Tek Housing with
Number of Ways
04-50 (Even Numbers Only)
Please contact datamate@harwin.com for current availability
Colour
98 = Black
2.3 MARKING OF THE L-TEK FEMALE CRIMP HOUSINGS AND/OR PACKAGE (ORDER CODE).
The marking (order code) shall appear on the package and shall be of the following style:
M80 - XXX XX 98
Product Range
M80 = Datamate
Style
690 = Single Row (SIL) Female Trio-Tek Housing
691 = Double Row (DIL) Female Trio-Tek Housing
Number of Ways
02, 03, 04, 05, 06, 07 & 17 (SIL Only)
04, 06, 08, 10, 12, 14, 16, 18, 20, 26, 34 & 44 (DIL Only)
Please contact datamate@harwin.com for current availability
Colour
98 = Black
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3.0 RATINGS.
All materials are listed on individual drawings.
3.1 ELECTRICAL CHARACTERISTICS
Current – per individual contact at an ambient temperature of 25°C ........................................... 3.3A max
(When only one contact per connector is electrically loaded)
Current – per individual contact at an ambient temperature of 85°C ........................................... 2.6A max
(When only one contact per connector is electrically loaded)
Current – per contact through all contacts at an ambient temperature of 25°C .......................... 3.0A max
Current – per contact through all contacts at an ambient temperature of 85°C .......................... 2.2A max
Working Voltage (at 3.3A max, 1013mbar, sea level) ..................................................................... 120V DC or AC peak
Working Voltage (at 2.0A max, 1013mbar, sea level) .................................................................... 240V DC or AC peak
Voltage Proof (at 1013mbar, sea level)……...................................................................................... 360V DC or AC peak
Contact Resistance (initial)................................................................................................................ 20mΩ max
Contact Resistance (after conditioning) ........................................................................................... 25mΩ max
Insulation Resistance (initial) ........................................................................................................... 1,000MΩ min
Insulation Resistance (hot after conditioning)…………………………………………………………………….100MΩ min
Creepage Distance (contact-to-contact) ......................................................................................... 0.35mm min
Clearance Distance (contact-to-contact) ......................................................................................... 0.35mm min
3.2 ENVIRONMENTAL CHARACTERISTICS
Environmental Classification ............................................................................................................. 55/125/56 at 95% RH
Low Air Pressure Severity when only one contact is electrically loaded ..................................... 300 mbar**
Vibration Severity *........................................... ……………………………………………………………………10Hz to 2000Hz
at 98m/s² (10g) duration 6 hours
over 0.75mm
Bump Severity * .............................................................................................................................. 390m/s² (40g)
4000 ±10 bumps
Shock Severity * ................................................................................................................................. 981m/s² (100g) for 6ms
Acceleration Severity * ...................................................................................................................... 490m/s² (50g)
*Jackscrew fixings fully utilized
**The connector will function correctly using a simultaneous combination of high temperature and low air
pressure down to 300mbar.
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3.3 MECHANICAL CHARACTERISTICS
Durability ...................................................................................................................................... 400 operations
High Temperature, Long Term (current as in 3.1) ....................................................................... 1000 hours at 85°C
High Temperature, Short Term (no electrical load) .................................................................... 250 hours at 125°C
Contact Retention in Housing (crimp products only) .................................................................. 10N min
Contact Replacement in Housing (crimp products only) ............................................................ 5 times
Contact Holding Force ................................................................................................................... 0.2N min
Insertion Force (per contact, using mating contact) ................................................................... 2.8N max, 0.5N min
Withdrawal Force (per contact, using mating contact) .............................................................. 1.8N max, 0.2N min
3.4 MATERIALS
Contact, Trio-Tek ........................................................................................................................... Beryllium Copper
Housing…………………………………………………………………………………………………….…………………... Glass Filled
Thermoplastic
Housing Flame Retardant rating .................................................................................................. UL 94 V-0
Jackscrew Hardware ..................................................................................................................... Stainless Steel
3.5 WIRE TERMINATION RANGE - TRIO-TEK CRIMP PRODUCTS ONLY
Wire Type (recommended) .......................................................................................................... BS 3G 210 Type A
Maximum Insulation Diameter .................................................................................................... Ø1.1mm
Insulation Strip Length ................................................................................................................. 2.7-3.0mm
All dimensions are nominal unless otherwise stated
Conductor
Size
Area
Circular
MIL Area
Hand Crimp
Tool Z80-255
Nest I/D
Ømm
mm2
CMA
Ømm
No.
mm
mm
0.36
0.45
0.60
0.75
0.0792
0.1237
0.2199
0.3358
156
244
434
663
0.71
0.80
0.95
1.10
26-28
0.50—0.56
1.02
22-24
0.76—0.82
1.21
Stranding Diameter
AWG
28
26
24
22
No. x
Ømm
7 x 0.12
7 x 0.15
7 x 0.20
19 x 0.15
Conductor Barrel
Crimp
Crimp
Height
Width
Maximum
Insulation
Diameter
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Pull-Off
Force
N
9.8
18
29
45
Date: 23/11/2012
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Appendix A & B
APPENDIX A - Contact Orientations
These diagrams show examples of contact numbering with reference to the polarisation feature. They
represent female connectors, without jackscrews.
APPENDIX B - Instructions For The Use of J-Tek Housings Fitted With Jackscrews
Connectors are fitted with jackscrews where it is considered necessary to provide mechanical assistance in
ensuring a satisfactory engagement and separation of the connector. This may apply in cases where
engagement and separation forces are so high as to prevent satisfactory hand engagement, or where
access to the connector is restricted. Jackscrews also provide a locking feature, preventing the connector
from disengaging under adverse conditions.
In order to obtain maximum effectiveness from the jackscrew system, the following rules for their use
should be observed:
1. The connector with the fixed jackscrew should be fixed to the mounting board by means of the male
thread on the jackscrew, and the supplied M2 nut. The nut should be tightened to a torque of 21±2cmN.
2. On engaging the two halves of the connector after ensuring correct polarity, lightly push home the
floating half until the jackscrews touch. Then, maintaining the pressure, turn one of the floating
jackscrews clockwise, until it engages with the fixed screw. Repeat with the other screw.
Then screw in each jackscrew, ensuring even loading by applying a maximum of one turn to each screw
in sequence until the connector is bottomed. This will be evident by a sudden increase in the torque
required on the screw. This torque should not exceed 23Ncm.
NB: Care should be taken when aligning male and female threads, to avoid cross-threading and possible
failure of parts.
3. On disengaging the two halves of the connector turn each of the floating jackscrews anti-clockwise.
Again ensure even loading by turning each screw in sequence for a maximum of one turn until the
jackscrews disengage. The connector can then be easily pulled apart.
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Appendix C & D
APPENDIX C - Instructions For Separating L-tek Housings from Latched Males
The recommended separator tool for this product is Z80-299. Consult Tooling Instruction Sheet IS-30 for full
details on tools use. IS-30 is available from http://www.harwin.com/downloads/instructions/ (select Z80299 Datamate Separator Tool).
APPENDIX D - Contact Extraction from Housing Instructions
Z80-258 tool is required to remove contacts from housings (J-Tek or L-Tek style) . Consult Tooling Instruction
Sheet IS-28 for full details on tools use. IS-28 is available from http://www.harwin.com/downloads/
instructions/ (select Z80-258 Extraction Tool).
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Issue: 11
Change Note: 11874
Date: 23/11/2012