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Open-ended card-edge connectors boast 300VAC rating

03 May 2013

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AVX has recently unveiled a miniature, high-density-pin-count product for use in linear LED strip lighting. The 00-9159 series comes with contacts on both the top and bottom of the pc board. The open-ended connectors, which offer 4 to 10 contact positions, are just 1mm in length for each number of contacts. (4-position = 4.0 mm).

The 4-position and 6-position connectors are rated for 3A, while the 8-position and 10-position devices are rated for 2.5 A. All of the connectors have a voltage rating of 300 VAC and operate over a temperature range of -40°C to +125°C. Double-ended, double-sided contacts increase pin-count density on standard 1.6mm-thick pc boards. A centre keying rib ensures proper mating and pc board location.

In addition to linear LED strip lighting, the 00-9150 series of card-edge connectors can be used in both commercial and industrial coplanar and extended card applications.

Datasheet for the 00-9159 series open-ended card-edge connector can be found here.




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