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Alteration Description
Edition
Alterations carried out
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Contents:
1 System features ............................................................................................................4
2 Contact principle ..........................................................................................................6
2.1 Indirect mating on the contact pin..............................................................................6
3 Application tooling and machines ..............................................................................7
3.1 Tools .........................................................................................................................7
3.1.1 Toggle lever press Type KHP67 .........................................................................7
3.2 Machines...................................................................................................................7
3.2.1 Semi-automatic termination machine Type HA67 ...............................................7
3.2.2 Fully-automatic termination machine Type VA67 ................................................7
4 Cable specification .......................................................................................................8
4.1 Cable specifications 0,38...0,75 mm² ........................................................................8
5 Assembly.......................................................................................................................9
5.1 Connector feed..........................................................................................................9
5.2 Cutting blades .........................................................................................................10
5.3 Termination head ....................................................................................................10
5.4 Shut height dimension of the termination head and connector height after
termination .....................................................................................................................11
5.5 Cable protrusion ......................................................................................................12
5.6 Housing ...................................................................................................................12
5.7 Cable.......................................................................................................................13
6 Guarantee against incorrect mating .........................................................................14
7 Quality assurance.......................................................................................................15
7.1 Quality features .......................................................................................................15
7.2 Quality features / IDC ..............................................................................................15
7.3 ID slot width.............................................................................................................15
7.4 Symmetry of the ID slot ...........................................................................................15
7.5 Cable quality............................................................................................................15
7.6 Cable protrusion ......................................................................................................15
7.7 Cable insertion depth ..............................................................................................16
7.8 Retention force of the wire.......................................................................................16
8 Accessories: ...............................................................................................................17
8.1 Handle latch for locking: ..........................................................................................17
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1 System features
Connector for direct and indirect mating in ID Technology, coding in conjunction with
additional coding parts or injection-moulded, with all-insulation and test hole.
Pitch 5,08 mm
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for 6A
1-7-pole
Cross section for connect. 0,5...0,75 mm²
Cross section for connect. 0,22...0,38 mm²
(cutting clearance S01,
colour coding blue)
acc. to specification sheet 6770 01
Colour coding blue
Indirect mating
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Two-part body
Supplied in following stacks
Wire termination
Insulation displacement connection by pressing the cover
Wire exit 90° and 180°
180°
90°
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2 Contact principle
2.1 Indirect mating on the contact pin
Insulation displacement connection
(test acc. to DIN EN/IEC 60352-4)
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3 Application tooling and machines
The function, safety and quality of the connectors are only guaranteed by using of
LUMBERG processing equipment.
The user bears full responsibility if any other processing equipment is used.
In case of using any lubricants or sliding agents in the feed and press areas residues
(impurities) must not come into contact with the connectors.
3.1 Tools
3.1.1 Toggle lever press Type KHP67
For fitting single wires. For single and small series.
3.2 Machines
3.2.1 Semi-automatic termination machine Type HA67
For cost-effective termination of single wires to automatic-feed connectors. For series
manufacture.
3.2.2 Fully-automatic termination machine Type VA67
For the assembly of fully-automatic feed single wires and connectors. For large-scale
industrial series production.
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4 Cable specification
The cable specifications must be kept. Any deviation must be discussed and approved
by LUMBERG.
4.1 Cable specifications 0,38...0,75 mm²
Techn. specification sheet 908S10 stranded wire LiY 0,38 mm²
Techn. specification sheet 908 15 stranded wire H05V2-K 0,50 mm²
Techn. specification sheet 908 13 stranded wire H05V2-K0,75 mm²
Other cables see LUMBERG – release list.
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5 Assembly
Connector and cross section for connection have to correspond.
5.1 Connector feed
The lower housing must be cut off before the first stack of connectors is fed into the
termination head. To feed a new stack into the machine the upper housing of the stack
in the machine must be placed into the lower housing of the new stack.
cut off lower housing
first stack
to the machine
following stacks
The stacks are securely linked when the height dimension 20,75±0,1 is reached in the
pre-latching position. The cutting-off of the single connector from the stack is done by
the machine, the links will remain on the connector.
links
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5.2 Cutting blades
In order to guarantee a clean cutting off of each connector, only LUMBERG cutting
blades are to be used. Remaining burr max. 0,1mm.
5.3 Termination head
The connector will be terminated by using a flat termination head. The connector must
be perpendicular to the base of the termination head and also the base must be parallel
to the top.
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5.4 Shut height dimension of the termination head and connector height after
termination
An important feature for the correct function of harness is the connector height after
termination. It is determined by the shut height dimension of the termination head.
Termination head
Base
Connector 6770
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5.5 Cable protrusion
There must be the correct cable protrusion to guarantee good wire termination in both
ID slots of the contact. After termination the cable protrusion must be visually checked.
max. = if touching
5.6 Housing
No damage of the connector is allowed after termination (visual check).
The terminated connector must mate with the male header (functional check).
The contacts must be in correct position in the housing (visual check).
burr
Gratmax.
max.0,1
0,1
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5.7 Cable
The cables must be cut off without burr and deformity.
No cuts in the insulation are allowed in wire exit direction (visual check).
Insulation cuts are permitted between the ID slots of the contact.
Flat cables must be punched out.
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6 Guarantee against incorrect mating
The connectors can be delivered with injection-moulded coding or with slots for belated,
alternatively coding.
The customer bears full responsibility for the correct arrangement of the connectors and
colours.
Caution !
Connectors and pin headers are always marked in mating direction.
Connector basis type K00: Coding alternatively belated with coding elements.
Example with injection-moulded coding e. g. K01
codings:
closed
open
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7 Quality assurance
For all working and processing steps and alterations (e. g. product launch, changes of the
cable, changes of the tool or machine ...), which can affect the product quality, the
responsible departments have to take care for appropriate quality assurance steps.
7.1 Quality features
The following quality features must be taken into consideration:
7.2 Quality features / IDC
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ID slot width
Symmetry of the ID slot
Cable quality
Cable insertion depth
Cable protrusion
7.3 ID slot width
LUMBERG guarantees correct ID slot.
7.4 Symmetry of the ID slot
Symmetry of ID slot and cable, tolerance ±0,1, is guaranteed by the body.
7.5 Cable quality
The cable must meet LUMBERG specification according to point 4.1.
Customized cables, which are listed in the release lists, have to correspond with the
available specification sheets.
Only LUMBERG released cables are to be used. The customer bears full responsibility for
the correct mating when cables are used which are not listed in the release lists.
7.6 Cable protrusion
The min. cable protrusion according to point 5.5 must be kept. Smaller cable protrusions
lead to an incorrect mating.
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7.7 Cable insertion depth
The cable insertion depth is determined by the height of the body.
All single conductors must be in the ID slot area.
ID slot area
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7.8 Retention force of the wire
The minimal retention force of the wire from the ID contact:
Stranded wire
Stranded wire
Stranded wire
LIY
0,38 mm² >50 N
H05V2-K 0,50 mm² >75 N
H05V2-K 0,75 mm² >100 N
F
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8 Accessories:
8.1 Handle latch for locking:
(only possible with wire exit 90°)
According to the following pictures the handle latch can be locked by hand or
automatically to the looking hooks, which are provided with 180° wire exit for the strain
relief of the cables.
For the connectors are appropriate handle latches available for 2-pole, polypole even and
odd numbers of poles, which can be centrically locked on the connector.
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