Datasheet

XM7
USB Connectors
Small Interface Connectors
That Conform to USB Standards
• Compliant with the USB 2.0 standard.
mini-USB Connectors
• Insertion durability of 5,000 times.
• Lineup includes models with right-angle DIP terminals and
SMT terminals.
• Models with SMT terminals are available with reel packaging.
USB Connectors
• Insertion durability of 1,500 times.
• USB A-type sockets for mounting on personal computers and
USB hubs. USB B-type sockets for mounting on printers, scanners, mouses, and other peripheral devices for computers.
RoHS Compliant
■Connectors
Right-angle DIP Terminals
USB 2.0
Mini-USB
Connectors
Right-angle SMT Terminals
Appearance
Model
XM7D-0512
Packaged on stick: XM7D-0514, Packaged on reel: XM7D-0514-R
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Page 2
Straight DIP Terminals
Right-angle DIP Terminals
Right-angle DIP Terminals
Right-angle DIP Terminals
Appearance
USB 2.0
Connectors
Model
Page
XM7A-0441
XM7A-0442
XM7A-0442-A
XM7B-0442
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XM7
XM7D USB 2.0 mini-USB Connectors
■Model Number Legend
XM 7D-05 1 @ -@
1
2
3 4
5
1 Type
3 Plating Specification
D: mini-B-type socket
1: Gold plating
5 Special Specification
(Right-angle SMT Terminals Only)
2 No. of Contacts
4 Terminal Shape
05: 5 contacts
2: Right-angle DIP terminals
4: Right-angle SMT terminals
Blank : Packaged on tray or stick
R
: Packaged on reel
■Ordering Information
●Sockets
Right-angle DIP terminals
Right-angle SMT terminals
Appearance
Model
XM7D-0512
Minimum ordering quantity (pieces)
XM7D-0514
100/tray
50/stick
Model
−
XM7D-0514-R
Quantity per reel (pieces)*
−
500/reel*
* Please order by integer multiple of the quantity per reel.
■Ratings and Characteristics
2
Rated current
1A
Rated voltage
30 VAC
Contact resistance
50 mΩ max. (at 20 mV, 100 mA max.)
Insulation resistance
100 MΩ min.
Dielectric strength
100 VAC for 1 min
(leakage current: 0.5 mA max.)
Insertion durability
5,000 times
Ambient operating temperature
0 to 50°C (with no icing or condensation)
■Materials and Finish
Housing
Contacts
Shell
LCP/Black
Mating end
Copper alloy/gold plating
Terminals
Copper alloy/tin plating
Copper alloy/nickel plating
XM7
■Dimensions
(Unit: mm)
XM7D-0512
7.7
6.9
5.87
PCB Mounting Holes
(Bottom View)
Contact No.1
3.1
3.9
4
7.4±0.1
0.8±0.05
1.8
2
0.4
0.6
0.8
1.6
3.2
0.25
1.2
1.25
4.75
1.9±0.05
4.75±0.1
0.9±0.05
7.3
1.2±0.05
Contact No.1
Five, 0.7 +0.1
dia.
0
0.8±0.05
9.85±0.3 9.2
3.2±0.05
XM7D-0514
XM7D-0514-R
7.7
6.9
5.87
PCB Mounting Holes
(Top View)
∗
Contact No.1
3.1
8.8±0.1
2±0.05
3.9
2.5±0.05
0.9
2.5±0.05
5.5±0.1
1.5
9.25±0.3
5.5
0.5±0.05
0.8±0.05
0.4
0.8
Contact No.1
3.2±0.05
3.2
* The adhesive tape is on the top surface of the Connectors.
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XM7
XM7A/B USB 2.0 USB Connectors
■Model Number Legend
X M 7@ - 0 4 4 @ - @
1
2
3
4
5
1 Type
3 Plating Specification
5 Special Specification (A-type Sockets Only)
A: A-type socket
B: B-type socket
4: Gold plating
Blank : Single socket
A
: Double stacked sockets
2 No. of Contacts
1: Straight DIP terminals
2: Right-angle DIP terminals
4 Terminal Shape
04: 4 contacts
■Ordering Information
●Sockets
Item
Single A-type Socket
Type
Straight DIP Terminals
Single A-type Socket
Right-angle DIP Terminals
Double Stacked A-type Sockets
Right-angle DIP Terminals
Single B-type Socket
Right-angle DIP Terminals
Appearance
Model
Minimum ordering
quantity (pieces)
XM7A-0441
XM7A-0442
XM7A-0442-A
XM7B-0442
120
150
120
150
■Ratings and Characteristics
Rated current
1A
Rated voltage
30 VAC
Contact resistance
30 mΩ max. (at 20 mV, 100 mA max.)
Insulation resistance
1,000 MΩ min. (at 500 VDC)
Dielectric strength
750 VAC for 1 min (leakage current: 0.5 mA max.)
Insertion durability
1,500 times
Ambient operating temperature
−40 to 60°C (with no icing or condensation)
■Materials and Finish
PBT
A-type Sockets: Black
B-type Sockets: White
Housing
Contacts
Shell
4
Mating end
Copper alloy/gold plating
Terminals
Copper alloy/tin alloy plating
Copper alloy/tin plating
XM7
■Dimensions
(Unit: mm)
XM7A-0441
Single A-type Socket
(15.6)
7
2
PCB Mounting Holes
(t = 1.6 mm, Bottom View)
13.14±0.1
Contact No.1
Contact No.4
3.07±0.1
2.71±0.1
Two, 2.3±0.08 dia.
Four, 0.92±0.08 dia.
14.5
12.5
Contact No.1
2.5±0.1
2.0±0.1
7.0±0.1
Contact No.4
2.8
(0.5)
1.4±0.25
7.12 5.12
2.71 5.72
15.0
XM7A-0442
Single A-type Socket
14.5
12.5
Contact No. 1
Contact No. 4
14.0
7.12 5.12
6.99
4.13
(11.4)
2.84 3.72
10.28
2
7
2.71
(16.2)
PCB Mounting Holes
(t = 1.6 mm, Bottom View)
Contact No. 1
13.14±0.1
Contact No. 4
3.07±0.1
2.71±0.1
Two, 2.3 ±0.08 dia.
Four, 0.92 ±0.08 dia.
XM7A-0442-A
Double Stacked A-type Sockets
2.0±0.1
7.0±0.1
2.5±0.1
14.5
Top contact No. 1
Top contact No. 4
12.5
16.96
0.5
5.12
13.62
8.5 15.62
15.49
(19.9)
5.12
2.84
Bottom contact No. 4
2.71
2
Bottom contact No. 1
10.28
(15.6)
PCB Mounting Holes
(t = 1.6 mm, Bottom View)
Bottom contact No. 1
13.14±0.1
3.07±0.1
3.72
5.33
7
5.68
Top contact
Bottom contact
Four, 2.3 ±0.08 dia.
Bottom contact No. 4
Eight, 0.92 ±0.08 dia.
2.71±0.1
5.33±0.1
5.68±0.1
Top contact No. 1
2.0±0.1
7.0±0.1
Top contact No. 4
5
XM7
XM7B-0442
Single B-type Socket
Contact No. 2
12.04
8.45
5.5
Contact No. 1
16
3.1 7.78
11
10.62
(14.7)
2.91
Contact No. 3
Contact No. 4
10.28
2.71 2
Contact
Contact
No. 4 Contact
Contact No. 1
No. 3
No. 2
2.5
(15.2)
PCB Mounting Holes
(t = 1.6 mm, Bottom View)
Contact No. 3
Contact No. 4
12.04±0.1
2.71±0.1
Two, 2.3 ±0.08 dia.
2±0.1
4.77±0.1
2.5±0.1
Four, 0.92 ±0.08 dia.
Contact No. 2
Contact No. 1
■Accessories (sold separately)
(Unit: mm)
●Dust cover (For XM7A Single A-type socket)
XM7Z-0001 (A type)
1.4
16.8
7.5
12.3
2.35
10
●Dust cover (For XM7B sockets)
XM7Z-0002 (B type)
1.4
Characteristics/Material
14.2
Ambient operating
temperature
−40 to 60°C
(with no icing or condensation)
Material
PE
6.4
8
13
7.4
Model
Applicable
XM7Z-0001
XM7A (Single A-type Socket)
XM7Z-0002
XM7B
Minimum ordering quantity
(pieces)
50
Note: Dust covers cannot be used for Double Stacked A-type sockets.
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XM7
■Precautions
Precautions for Correct Use
●Automatic Soldering
●Using an Automatic Solder Bath after Reflow
Reference Information: Automated Soldering Conditions
Mask the mating portion with tape before you perform automatic
soldering to prevent flux or solder from entering the mating portion of the Connector. Select and use a suitable masking tape.
(Jet Flow)
(1) Soldering temperature: 250 ±5°C
(2) Continuous soldering time: 5 ±1 s max.
●Application Precautions
●Soldering Conditions
• Reference Information: Reflow Conditions
Maximum temperature: 260°C
Time: 5 to 15 s max.
(°C)
Peak temperature
260
Soldering temperature
250
Preheating temperature
150
(s)
Preheating time:
60 s max.
Soldering time:
5 to 15 s max.
These conditions, however, depend on the type of solder, the
manufacturer, the amount of solder, the size of the board, and
the other mounting materials.
●Metal Mask for Cream Solder Printing
We recommend a metal mask thickness of 0.15 mm when printing cream solder.
The appropriate conditions, however, depend on the type of solder, the manufacturer, the amount of solder, the size of the circuit
board, other mounting materials, and other conditions.
• Confirm that there is no excessive misalignment or inclination
in the mating contact portion between the plug and socket
before mating the Connector. Make sure that the Connector is
mated all the way to the back. If the Connector is not mated all
the way to the back, contact reliability may be lost.
• Do not apply an extreme load during Connector insertion or
removal. The Connector may be damaged, and contact failure
may result. Twist the plug and socket as little as possible when
mating the Connector. Not doing so may deform the terminals
or housing or crack the housing.
• Do not insert a foreign object, such as tweezers, into the Connector mating contact portion. Doing so may cause the plating
to peel off or deform the terminals.
●Precautions for Board Mounting
Be careful of the amount of board warping. If the board is excessively warped, soldering faults may occur.
●Storage
Do not store the Connectors in locations subject to dust or high
humidity. Do not store the Connectors in locations close to
sources of gasses such ammonia gas or sulfide gas.
●Terminal Shapes
The terminals will deform if they are subjected to an excessive
load, which will in turn reduce solderability when mounting. Do
not drop the Connectors or handle them carelessly. Do not connect anything when the Connectors are not mounted to a board.
Doing so may deform the terminals.
●Mating
Do not connect the connectors in the wrong direction.
Doing so will damage the connectors.
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