Mill-Max Introduces .050” (1,27 mm) Pitch Solder Cup Headers & Sockets
For applications that demand a highly reliable interconnect in a compact format
Mill-Max Mfg., Corp., North America’s largest manufacturer of Precision Machined interconnects is proud to present new, .050” (1,27 mm) pitch solder cup headers and sockets for termination of fine gauge wires and cables. These solder cup connectors are ideal for applications that demand a highly reliable interconnect in a compact format.
Our high quality, .050” (1,27 mm) pitch solder cup interconnects are the choice for terminating cables and wires used in critical applications such as medical and industrial equipment. The headers and sockets each feature closed cavity pins and receptacles providing isolation between the soldering and interconnect areas; keeping solder from contaminating the pin and socket connection. The solder cups are uniformly aligned to facilitate efficient soldering, especially useful for terminating cables, and can accept up to 26 AWG stranded wire.
The male headers have .016” (0,41 mm) diameter tails suitable for mating with all Mill-Max .050” (1,27 mm) pitch SMT and through hole board mount sockets, perfect for making wire to board connections. The socket receptacles are a two-piece construction with a outer shell and stamped beryllium copper internal contact designed for repeated mating while maintaining reliable contact over the life of the product. The insulator material is high performance with excellent chemical resistance, mechanical strength and an HDT of 290° C to withstand most soldering processes. The standard plating option is gold, providing interconnect reliability, corrosion protection and wear resistance.
Connectors are available in single and double row configurations:
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Last Updated: 12/10/2018 01:19 PM