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Conn Micro D-Subminiature PIN 25 POS Solder ST Thru-Hole 25 Terminal 1 Port
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Manufacturer
ITT
Product Category
D-Sub Standard Connectors
Number of Positions
1(Port)
Mounting Style
Through Hole
Number Of Contact Rows
2
Body Orientation
Straight
Number Of Contacts
25(Pos)
Contact Plating
Gold
Current Rating
3 A
Contact Material
Copper Alloy
Operating Temp Range
-55C To 125C
Rad Hardened
No
Product Length Mm
44.2(Mm)
Contact Pitch Mm
2.54(Mm)
Plug / Receptacle
Pin
Number Of Terminals
25
Type
Micro D-Subminiature
Product Depth Mm
7.82(Mm)
Product Height Mm
14.1(Mm)
Termination Method
Solder
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The Micro Line - .050" Contact Spacing The Cannon MICRO Series established the stan- halves are mated, the chamfered sockets are first ? Contact rating - 3 amps max. dards for performance and reliability in mircominia- aligned by the connector body, then guide the spiral ? Contacts centers - .050(1.27). ture interconnects. Exceptionally versatile, MICRO MICROPIN contacts into proper and positive align- ? Wire sizes - #24 thru #32 AWG, stranded or connectors are available in rectangular, circular, and ment, even under worst-case tolerance conditions. solid. strip configurations, with 3 amp MICROPIN?/ This is Cannon's POS-A-LINE connectors design. ? Contact termination - multiple indent crimp. MICROSOCkET? contacts on .050(1.27) centers, ? Contact retention -fixed via epoxy. The multiple spring elements of the MICROPIN, or with special arrangements of power and coaxial ? Contact materials and finish - Copper alloy, then under compression, form a multi-point contact contacts. gold-plated per MIL-G-45204, Type II, Grade C, system of high mechanical and electrical integrity. Class 1 over copper flash. The heart of the Cannon MICROPIN/MICROSOCK- Contacts will provide a high degree of reliability ? Mating/unmating force - 8 oz. per contact, ET contact system is a multi-element Twist Pin over hundreds of mating and unmating cycles, and max./0.5 oz. per contact min. Contact recessed with and insulating housing. The have proven themselves in applications that range rugged, cylindrical sockets are mounted in the from commercial products to equipment that has exposed half of the connector. When connector been landed on the moon. Test Data The table below summarizes the results of key tests connectors with standard termination. Variations performed in accordance with MIL-STD-1344, may affect this data, so please consult the factory where applicable. Data is applicable to standard for further information on your requirements. Test Method Criteria of Acceptance Dielectric Withstanding Method 3001: Voltage 900 VAC at sea level No breakdown 300 VAC at 70,00' altitude No breakdown Solder Pots and Shielded Cable 600 VAC at sea level No breakdown 150 VAC at 70,000' altitude No breakdown Insulation Resistance Method 3003 5,000 megohms minimum Thermal Shock Method 1003. Condition A: No physical damage - 55?C to +125?C Physical Shock Method 2004, Condition E: No physical damage 50 G's, 3 axes, 6 millisecond No loss of continuity > 1 ?sec duration sawtooth pulse Vibration Method 2005, Condition IV: No physical damage 20 G's, 10-2,000 Hz. 12 hrs No loss of continuity > 1 ?sec Durability 500 cycles of mating and No mechanical or electrical defects unmating, 500 CPH max. Moisture Resistance Method 1002, Type II omit steps 7a & 7B Insulation resistance > 100 megohms Salt Spray Method 1001, Condition B: Shall be cable of mating and unmating, 48 hours and meet contact resistance requirements Contact Resistance Method 307 (MIL-STD-202) At 3 amps 8 milliohms maximum At 1 milliamps 10 milliohms maximum Contact Retention Per MIL-C-83513 5 lb. minimum axial load Dimensions are shown in inches (millimeters). Dimensions subject to change. www.ittcannon.com 231The Micro Line - .050" Contact Spacing The Cannon MICRO Series established the stan- halves are mated, the chamfered sockets are first ? Contact rating - 3 amps max. dards for performance and reliability in mircominia- aligned by the connector body, then guide the spiral ? Contacts centers - .050(1.27). ture interconnects. Exceptionally versatile, MICRO MICROPIN contacts into proper and positive align- ? Wire sizes - #24 thru #32 AWG, stranded or connectors are available in rectangular, circular, and ment, even under worst-case tolerance conditions. solid. strip configurations, with 3 amp MICROPIN?/ This is Cannon's POS-A-LINE connectors design. ? Contact termination - multiple indent crimp. MICROSOCkET? contacts on .050(1.27) centers, ? Contact retention -fixed via epoxy. The multiple spring elements of the MICROPIN, or with special arrangements of power and coaxial ? Contact materials and finish - Copper alloy, then under compression, form a multi-point contact contacts. gold-plated per MIL-G-45204, Type II, Grade C, system of high mechanical and electrical integrity. Class 1 over copper flash. The heart of the Cannon MICROPIN/MICROSOCK- Contacts will provide a high degree of reliability ? Mating/unmating force - 8 oz. per contact, ET contact system is a multi-element Twist Pin over hundreds of mating and unmating cycles, and max./0.5 oz. per contact min. Contact recessed with and insulating housing. The have proven themselves in applications that range rugged, cylindrical sockets are mounted in the from commercial products to equipment that has exposed half of the connector. When connector been landed on the moon. Test Data The table below summarizes the results of key tests connectors with standard termination. Variations performed in accordance with MIL-STD-1344, may affect this data, so please consult the factory where applicable. Data is applicable to standard for further information on your requirements. Test Method Criteria of Acceptance Dielectric Withstanding Method 3001: Voltage 900 VAC at sea level No breakdown 300 VAC at 70,00' altitude No breakdown Solder Pots and Shielded Cable 600 VAC at sea level No breakdown 150 VAC at 70,000' altitude No breakdown Insulation Resistance Method 3003 5,000 megohms minimum Thermal Shock Method 1003. Condition A: No physical damage - 55?C to +125?C Physical Shock Method 2004, Condition E: No physical damage 50 G's, 3 axes, 6 millisecond No loss of continuity > 1 ?sec duration sawtooth pulse Vibration Method 2005, Condition IV: No physical damage 20 G's, 10-2,000 Hz. 12 hrs No loss of continuity > 1 ?sec Durability 500 cycles of mating and No mechanical or electrical defects unmating, 500 CPH max. Moisture Resistance Method 1002, Type II omit steps 7a & 7B Insulation resistance > 100 megohms Salt Spray Method 1001, Condition B: Shall be cable of mating and unmating, 48 hours and meet contact resistance requirements Contact Resistance Method 307 (MIL-STD-202) At 3 amps 8 milliohms maximum At 1 milliamps 10 milliohms maximum Contact Retention Per MIL-C-83513 5 lb. minimum axial load Dimensions are shown in inches (millimeters). Dimensions subject to change. www.ittcannon.com 231Micro-D Metal Shell - .050" Contact Spacing MDM MDM connectors are used in applications requiring PIN?/MICROSOCKET? contacts on .050(1.27_ highly reliable, extremely small, lightweight connec- centers in a contact density identical to the stan- tors with higher density contact configurations than dard MICRO-D connector series, but with these available in traditional rectangular connectors. They additional features: are available in 8 shell sizes accommodating from 9 ? Aluminum shells to provide greater strength, to 100 contacts, and special arrangements of power prevent chipping, cracking or breaking, offer and coaxial contacts. electromagnetic (EMI) and RFI shielding. These connectors are designed to meet the rapidly ? Silicone elastomer compression interfacial seal increasing demands for an environmental, high per- to provide a moisture and humidity seal between formance, rugged, moisture-sealed microminiature each contact and between contacts and shell. connector. This connector employs size 24 MICRO- How to Order MIL-C-83513 ordering information- pages 240 and 241 MDM - 51 P H 001 P - XXX SERIES CONTACT ARRANGEMENTS CONTACT TYPE TERMINATION TYPE TERMINATION CODE HARDWARE SHELL FINISH MOD CODES SERIES TERMINATION CODE* F - Float mount MDM (size 9-100): Liquid Crystal Ploymer (LCP) (H) 001 - 18",7/34 strand,#26 AWG, B - No hardware standard MDM (Combo Layout): Diallyl Phthalate insulator MIL-W-16878/4, Type E Teflon, .091 (2.31) dia. hole for sizes 9-51; Material yellow. .120 (3.05) dia. hole for size 100. CONTACT ARRANGEMENTS (H) 003 - 18", 7/34 strand, #26 AWG, A - .125 (3.18) dia. mounting holes fo 9-15-21-25-31-37-51-100 (standard) MIL-W-16878/4, Type E Teflon, sizes 9-51; 7C2, 24C42 (coaxial) or combination of color coded to MIL-STD-681 .166 (4.22) dia. hole for size 100. 7P2, 24P4 (power) } coax and power System I. B1 - .1475 (3.75) dia. hole for size 100 (L) 1 - 1/2" uninsulated solid #25 (Per MIL-C-83513) CONTACT TYPE AWG gold plated copper. P - Pin SHELL FINISH MOD CODES** (L) 2 - 1" uninsulated solid #25 AWG S - Socket No gold plated copper. Number - Standard Cadmium/yellow chromate TERMINATION TYPE HARDWARE A174 - Electroless nickel H - Harness-insulated wire. M - Military specification hardware, see A172 - Gold over nickel L - Solid-uninsulated wire. page 237. A141 - Irridite/alodine S - Solder pot to accept #26 AWG MAX. P - Jackpost A30 - Black anodize harness wire. (Not available with power K - Jackscrew-standard *See Termination Codes page 233 for additional length contact arrangements.) L - Jackscrew-low profile Modification codes. **For other modifications not listed, consult the factory. Performance and Material Specifications STANDARD MATERIALS AND FINISHES MECHANICAL FEATURES Shell - Aluminum alloy per QQ-A-200/8 Coupling - Friction/jackscrews (6061-T6), yellow chromate/cadmium Polarization - Keystone-shaped shells per QQ-P-416, Type II, class 3. Contact Spacing - .050 (1.27) Insulator - MIL-M-24519, Type GLCP-30F Centers Glass-filled diallyl phthalate per Shell Styles - Plug and receptacle MIL-M-14, Type SDGF No. of Contacts - 9 thru 100 standard; Contacts - Copper alloy, gold plate 5 signal/2 coaxial; Mounting Hardware - 300 Series stainless steel, passivate 5 signal/2 power. Kit, Jackpost (3) items - 300 Series stainless steel, passivate 20 signal/4 coaxial; 20 signal/4 power Washer - 400 Series stainless stell, passivate Coaxial Cable - RG - 178/U Standard Epoxy - Hysol EE4198 with HD3561 hardener, color green or EE4215 with HD3561, Wire Size - #24 thru #32 AWG color black Contact Termination - Multiple indent crimp ELECTRICAL DATA - page 231 Dimensions are shown in inches (millimeters). Dimensions subject to change. www.ittcannon.com 232The Micro Line - .050" Contact Spacing The Cannon MICRO Series established the stan- halves are mated, the chamfered sockets are first ? Contact rating - 3 amps max. dards for performance and reliability in mircominia- aligned by the connector body, then guide the spiral ? Contacts centers - .050(1.27). ture interconnects. Exceptionally versatile, MICRO MICROPIN contacts into proper and positive align- ? Wire sizes - #24 thru #32 AWG, stranded or connectors are available in rectangular, circular, and ment, even under worst-case tolerance conditions. solid. strip configurations, with 3 amp MICROPIN?/ This is Cannon's POS-A-LINE connectors design. ? Contact termination - multiple indent crimp. MICROSOCkET? contacts on .050(1.27) centers, ? Contact retention -fixed via epoxy. The multiple spring elements of the MICROPIN, or with special arrangements of power and coaxial ? Contact materials and finish - Copper alloy, then under compression, form a multi-point contact contacts. gold-plated per MIL-G-45204, Type II, Grade C, system of high mechanical and electrical integrity. Class 1 over copper flash. The heart of the Cannon MICROPIN/MICROSOCK- Contacts will provide a high degree of reliability ? Mating/unmating force - 8 oz. per contact, ET contact system is a multi-element Twist Pin over hundreds of mating and unmating cycles, and max./0.5 oz. per contact min. Contact recessed with and insulating housing. The have proven themselves in applications that range rugged, cylindrical sockets are mounted in the from commercial products to equipment that has exposed half of the connector. When connector been landed on the moon. Test Data The table below summarizes the results of key tests connectors with standard termination. Variations performed in accordance with MIL-STD-1344, may affect this data, so please consult the factory where applicable. Data is applicable to standard for further information on your requirements. Test Method Criteria of Acceptance Dielectric Withstanding Method 3001: Voltage 900 VAC at sea level No breakdown 300 VAC at 70,00' altitude No breakdown Solder Pots and Shielded Cable 600 VAC at sea level No breakdown 150 VAC at 70,000' altitude No breakdown Insulation Resistance Method 3003 5,000 megohms minimum Thermal Shock Method 1003. Condition A: No physical damage - 55?C to +125?C Physical Shock Method 2004, Condition E: No physical damage 50 G's, 3 axes, 6 millisecond No loss of continuity > 1 ?sec duration sawtooth pulse Vibration Method 2005, Condition IV: No physical damage 20 G's, 10-2,000 Hz. 12 hrs No loss of continuity > 1 ?sec Durability 500 cycles of mating and No mechanical or electrical defects unmating, 500 CPH max. Moisture Resistance Method 1002, Type II omit steps 7a & 7B Insulation resistance > 100 megohms Salt Spray Method 1001, Condition B: Shall be cable of mating and unmating, 48 hours and meet contact resistance requirements Contact Resistance Method 307 (MIL-STD-202) At 3 amps 8 milliohms maximum At 1 milliamps 10 milliohms maximum Contact Retention Per MIL-C-83513 5 lb. minimum axial load Dimensions are shown in inches (millimeters). Dimensions subject to change. www.ittcannon.com 231The Micro Line - .050" Contact Spacing The Cannon MICRO Series established the stan- halves are mated, the chamfered sockets are first ? Contact rating - 3 amps max. dards for performance and reliability in mircominia- aligned by the connector body, then guide the spiral ? Contacts centers - .050(1.27). ture interconnects. Exceptionally versatile, MICRO MICROPIN contacts into proper and positive align- ? Wire sizes - #24 thru #32 AWG, stranded or connectors are available in rectangular, circular, and ment, even under worst-case tolerance conditions. solid. strip configurations, with 3 amp MICROPIN?/ This is Cannon's POS-A-LINE connectors design. ? Contact termination - multiple indent crimp. MICROSOCkET? contacts on .050(1.27) centers, ? Contact retention -fixed via epoxy. The multiple spring elements of the MICROPIN, or with special arrangements of power and coaxial ? Contact materials and finish - Copper alloy, then under compression, form a multi-point contact contacts. gold-plated per MIL-G-45204, Type II, Grade C, system of high mechanical and electrical integrity. Class 1 over copper flash. The heart of the Cannon MICROPIN/MICROSOCK- Contacts will provide a high degree of reliability ? Mating/unmating force - 8 oz. per contact, ET contact system is a multi-element Twist Pin over hundreds of mating and unmating cycles, and max./0.5 oz. per contact min. Contact recessed with and insulating housing. The have proven themselves in applications that range rugged, cylindrical sockets are mounted in the from commercial products to equipment that has exposed half of the connector. When connector been landed on the moon. Test Data The table below summarizes the results of key tests connectors with standard termination. Variations performed in accordance with MIL-STD-1344, may affect this data, so please consult the factory where applicable. Data is applicable to standard for further information on your requirements. Test Method Criteria of Acceptance Dielectric Withstanding Method 3001: Voltage 900 VAC at sea level No breakdown 300 VAC at 70,00' altitude No breakdown Solder Pots and Shielded Cable 600 VAC at sea level No breakdown 150 VAC at 70,000' altitude No breakdown Insulation Resistance Method 3003 5,000 megohms minimum Thermal Shock Method 1003. Condition A: No physical damage - 55?C to +125?C Physical Shock Method 2004, Condition E: No physical damage 50 G's, 3 axes, 6 millisecond No loss of continuity > 1 ?sec duration sawtooth pulse Vibration Method 2005, Condition IV: No physical damage 20 G's, 10-2,000 Hz. 12 hrs No loss of continuity > 1 ?sec Durability 500 cycles of mating and No mechanical or electrical defects unmating, 500 CPH max. Moisture Resistance Method 1002, Type II omit steps 7a & 7B Insulation resistance > 100 megohms Salt Spray Method 1001, Condition B: Shall be cable of mating and unmating, 48 hours and meet contact resistance requirements Contact Resistance Method 307 (MIL-STD-202) At 3 amps 8 milliohms maximum At 1 milliamps 10 milliohms maximum Contact Retention Per MIL-C-83513 5 lb. minimum axial load Dimensions are shown in inches (millimeters). Dimensions subject to change. www.ittcannon.com 231Micro-D Metal Shell - .050" Contact Spacing MDM MDM connectors are used in applications requiring PIN?/MICROSOCKET? contacts on .050(1.27_ highly reliable, extremely small, lightweight connec- centers in a contact density identical to the stan- tors with higher density contact configurations than dard MICRO-D connector series, but with these available in traditional rectangular connectors. They additional features: are available in 8 shell sizes accommodating from 9 ? Aluminum shells to provide greater strength, to 100 contacts, and special arrangements of power prevent chipping, cracking or breaking, offer and coaxial contacts. electromagnetic (EMI) and RFI shielding. These connectors are designed to meet the rapidly ? Silicone elastomer compression interfacial seal increasing demands for an environmental, high per- to provide a moisture and humidity seal between formance, rugged, moisture-sealed microminiature each contact and between contacts and shell. connector. This connector employs size 24 MICRO- How to Order MIL-C-83513 ordering information- pages 240 and 241 MDM - 51 P H 001 P - XXX SERIES CONTACT ARRANGEMENTS CONTACT TYPE TERMINATION TYPE TERMINATION CODE HARDWARE SHELL FINISH MOD CODES SERIES TERMINATION CODE* F - Float mount MDM (size 9-100): Liquid Crystal Ploymer (LCP) (H) 001 - 18",7/34 strand,#26 AWG, B - No hardware standard MDM (Combo Layout): Diallyl Phthalate insulator MIL-W-16878/4, Type E Teflon, .091 (2.31) dia. hole for sizes 9-51; Material yellow. .120 (3.05) dia. hole for size 100. CONTACT ARRANGEMENTS (H) 003 - 18", 7/34 strand, #26 AWG, A - .125 (3.18) dia. mounting holes fo 9-15-21-25-31-37-51-100 (standard) MIL-W-16878/4, Type E Teflon, sizes 9-51; 7C2, 24C42 (coaxial) or combination of color coded to MIL-STD-681 .166 (4.22) dia. hole for size 100. 7P2, 24P4 (power) } coax and power System I. B1 - .1475 (3.75) dia. hole for size 100 (L) 1 - 1/2" uninsulated solid #25 (Per MIL-C-83513) CONTACT TYPE AWG gold plated copper. P - Pin SHELL FINISH MOD CODES** (L) 2 - 1" uninsulated solid #25 AWG S - Socket No gold plated copper. Number - Standard Cadmium/yellow chromate TERMINATION TYPE HARDWARE A174 - Electroless nickel H - Harness-insulated wire. M - Military specification hardware, see A172 - Gold over nickel L - Solid-uninsulated wire. page 237. A141 - Irridite/alodine S - Solder pot to accept #26 AWG MAX. P - Jackpost A30 - Black anodize harness wire. (Not available with power K - Jackscrew-standard *See Termination Codes page 233 for additional length contact arrangements.) L - Jackscrew-low profile Modification codes. **For other modifications not listed, consult the factory. Performance and Material Specifications STANDARD MATERIALS AND FINISHES MECHANICAL FEATURES Shell - Aluminum alloy per QQ-A-200/8 Coupling - Friction/jackscrews (6061-T6), yellow chromate/cadmium Polarization - Keystone-shaped shells per QQ-P-416, Type II, class 3. Contact Spacing - .050 (1.27) Insulator - MIL-M-24519, Type GLCP-30F Centers Glass-filled diallyl phthalate per Shell Styles - Plug and receptacle MIL-M-14, Type SDGF No. of Contacts - 9 thru 100 standard; Contacts - Copper alloy, gold plate 5 signal/2 coaxial; Mounting Hardware - 300 Series stainless steel, passivate 5 signal/2 power. Kit, Jackpost (3) items - 300 Series stainless steel, passivate 20 signal/4 coaxial; 20 signal/4 power Washer - 400 Series stainless stell, passivate Coaxial Cable - RG - 178/U Standard Epoxy - Hysol EE4198 with HD3561 hardener, color green or EE4215 with HD3561, Wire Size - #24 thru #32 AWG color black Contact Termination - Multiple indent crimp ELECTRICAL DATA - page 231 Dimensions are shown in inches (millimeters). Dimensions subject to change. www.ittcannon.com 232Micro-D Metal Shell - .050" Contact Spacing MDM Standard Wire Termination Codes Cannon Modification Code (Not MS) The following tetmination codes are listed for your information. For lengths not shown, consult factory for proper modification code. All wire lengths are minimum. Harness TYPE (H) Solid Uninsulated Type (L) #26 AWG per MIL-W-16878/4, 7/34 strand, type E Teflon, stranded. #25 AWG gold plated copper Length All Yellow Color Coded* Termination Code Length 3 (76.2) H020 H027 L61 .125 (3.18) 6 (152.4) H019 H016 L56 .150 (3.81) 8 (203.2) H026 H034 L57 .190 (4.83) 10 (254.0) H029 H025 L39 .250 (6.35) 12 (304.8) H028 H002 L58 .375 (9.52) 18 (457.2) H001 H003 L1 .500 (12.70) 20 (508.0) H038 H023 L14 .750 (19.05) 24 (609.6) H009 H004 L2 1.000 (25.40) 30 (762.0) H010 H005 L7 1.500 (38.10) 36 (914.4) H011 H006 L6 2.000 (50.80) 48 (1219.2) H013 H048 L16 2.500 (63.50) 72 (1828.8) H017 H046 L10 3.000 (76.20) 120 (3048.0) H042 H041 Milimeters are in parentheses. * Cavity #1 black Contact Arrangements (Face View of Pin insert - Use Reverse Order for Socket Side) Standard .050 (12.70) .043 TYP. (10.92) 1 2 3 4 5 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 6 7 8 9 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 9 Contacts 15 Contacts 21 Contacts 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 25 Contacts 31 Contacts 37 Contacts 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 76 77 78 79 80 81 82 83 84 85 86 87 88 89 90 91 92 93 94 95 96 97 98 99 100 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 51 Contacts 100 Contacts Contact identification numbers are for reference only and do not appear on insulator or connector body. Coaxial .714 (18.14) .320 (8.13) .460 (11.68) 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 A1 A2 A3 A4 1 2 3 A1 A2 8 9 10 11 12 13 4 5 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 .007 (0.18) Size 25 Shell Size 51 Shell 5 Micro contact 20 Micro Contacts 2 Coax or 2 Power 4 Coax or 4 Power (Not MS) Dimensions are shown in inches (millimeters). Dimensions subject to change. www.ittcannon.com 233The Micro Line - .050" Contact Spacing The Cannon MICRO Series established the stan- halves are mated, the chamfered sockets are first ? Contact rating - 3 amps max. dards for performance and reliability in mircominia- aligned by the connector body, then guide the spiral ? Contacts centers - .050(1.27). ture interconnects. Exceptionally versatile, MICRO MICROPIN contacts into proper and positive align- ? Wire sizes - #24 thru #32 AWG, stranded or connectors are available in rectangular, circular, and ment, even under worst-case tolerance conditions. solid. strip configurations, with 3 amp MICROPIN?/ This is Cannon's POS-A-LINE connectors design. ? Contact termination - multiple indent crimp. MICROSOCkET? contacts on .050(1.27) centers, ? Contact retention -fixed via epoxy. The multiple spring elements of the MICROPIN, or with special arrangements of power and coaxial ? Contact materials and finish - Copper alloy, then under compression, form a multi-point contact contacts. gold-plated per MIL-G-45204, Type II, Grade C, system of high mechanical and electrical integrity. Class 1 over copper flash. The heart of the Cannon MICROPIN/MICROSOCK- Contacts will provide a high degree of reliability ? Mating/unmating force - 8 oz. per contact, ET contact system is a multi-element Twist Pin over hundreds of mating and unmating cycles, and max./0.5 oz. per contact min. Contact recessed with and insulating housing. The have proven themselves in applications that range rugged, cylindrical sockets are mounted in the from commercial products to equipment that has exposed half of the connector. When connector been landed on the moon. Test Data The table below summarizes the results of key tests connectors with standard termination. Variations performed in accordance with MIL-STD-1344, may affect this data, so please consult the factory where applicable. Data is applicable to standard for further information on your requirements. Test Method Criteria of Acceptance Dielectric Withstanding Method 3001: Voltage 900 VAC at sea level No breakdown 300 VAC at 70,00' altitude No breakdown Solder Pots and Shielded Cable 600 VAC at sea level No breakdown 150 VAC at 70,000' altitude No breakdown Insulation Resistance Method 3003 5,000 megohms minimum Thermal Shock Method 1003. Condition A: No physical damage - 55?C to +125?C Physical Shock Method 2004, Condition E: No physical damage 50 G's, 3 axes, 6 millisecond No loss of continuity > 1 ?sec duration sawtooth pulse Vibration Method 2005, Condition IV: No physical damage 20 G's, 10-2,000 Hz. 12 hrs No loss of continuity > 1 ?sec Durability 500 cycles of mating and No mechanical or electrical defects unmating, 500 CPH max. Moisture Resistance Method 1002, Type II omit steps 7a & 7B Insulation resistance > 100 megohms Salt Spray Method 1001, Condition B: Shall be cable of mating and unmating, 48 hours and meet contact resistance requirements Contact Resistance Method 307 (MIL-STD-202) At 3 amps 8 milliohms maximum At 1 milliamps 10 milliohms maximum Contact Retention Per MIL-C-83513 5 lb. minimum axial load Dimensions are shown in inches (millimeters). Dimensions subject to change. www.ittcannon.com 231The Micro Line - .050" Contact Spacing The Cannon MICRO Series established the stan- halves are mated, the chamfered sockets are first ? Contact rating - 3 amps max. dards for performance and reliability in mircominia- aligned by the connector body, then guide the spiral ? Contacts centers - .050(1.27). ture interconnects. Exceptionally versatile, MICRO MICROPIN contacts into proper and positive align- ? Wire sizes - #24 thru #32 AWG, stranded or connectors are available in rectangular, circular, and ment, even under worst-case tolerance conditions. solid. strip configurations, with 3 amp MICROPIN?/ This is Cannon's POS-A-LINE connectors design. ? Contact termination - multiple indent crimp. MICROSOCkET? contacts on .050(1.27) centers, ? Contact retention -fixed via epoxy. The multiple spring elements of the MICROPIN, or with special arrangements of power and coaxial ? Contact materials and finish - Copper alloy, then under compression, form a multi-point contact contacts. gold-plated per MIL-G-45204, Type II, Grade C, system of high mechanical and electrical integrity. Class 1 over copper flash. The heart of the Cannon MICROPIN/MICROSOCK- Contacts will provide a high degree of reliability ? Mating/unmating force - 8 oz. per contact, ET contact system is a multi-element Twist Pin over hundreds of mating and unmating cycles, and max./0.5 oz. per contact min. Contact recessed with and insulating housing. The have proven themselves in applications that range rugged, cylindrical sockets are mounted in the from commercial products to equipment that has exposed half of the connector. When connector been landed on the moon. Test Data The table below summarizes the results of key tests connectors with standard termination. Variations performed in accordance with MIL-STD-1344, may affect this data, so please consult the factory where applicable. Data is applicable to standard for further information on your requirements. Test Method Criteria of Acceptance Dielectric Withstanding Method 3001: Voltage 900 VAC at sea level No breakdown 300 VAC at 70,00' altitude No breakdown Solder Pots and Shielded Cable 600 VAC at sea level No breakdown 150 VAC at 70,000' altitude No breakdown Insulation Resistance Method 3003 5,000 megohms minimum Thermal Shock Method 1003. Condition A: No physical damage - 55?C to +125?C Physical Shock Method 2004, Condition E: No physical damage 50 G's, 3 axes, 6 millisecond No loss of continuity > 1 ?sec duration sawtooth pulse Vibration Method 2005, Condition IV: No physical damage 20 G's, 10-2,000 Hz. 12 hrs No loss of continuity > 1 ?sec Durability 500 cycles of mating and No mechanical or electrical defects unmating, 500 CPH max. Moisture Resistance Method 1002, Type II omit steps 7a & 7B Insulation resistance > 100 megohms Salt Spray Method 1001, Condition B: Shall be cable of mating and unmating, 48 hours and meet contact resistance requirements Contact Resistance Method 307 (MIL-STD-202) At 3 amps 8 milliohms maximum At 1 milliamps 10 milliohms maximum Contact Retention Per MIL-C-83513 5 lb. minimum axial load Dimensions are shown in inches (millimeters). Dimensions subject to change. www.ittcannon.com 231Micro-D Metal Shell - .050" Contact Spacing MDM MDM connectors are used in applications requiring PIN?/MICROSOCKET? contacts on .050(1.27_ highly reliable, extremely small, lightweight connec- centers in a contact density identical to the stan- tors with higher density contact configurations than dard MICRO-D connector series, but with these available in traditional rectangular connectors. They additional features: are available in 8 shell sizes accommodating from 9 ? Aluminum shells to provide greater strength, to 100 contacts, and special arrangements of power prevent chipping, cracking or breaking, offer and coaxial contacts. electromagnetic (EMI) and RFI shielding. These connectors are designed to meet the rapidly ? Silicone elastomer compression interfacial seal increasing demands for an environmental, high per- to provide a moisture and humidity seal between formance, rugged, moisture-sealed microminiature each contact and between contacts and shell. connector. This connector employs size 24 MICRO- How to Order MIL-C-83513 ordering information- pages 240 and 241 MDM - 51 P H 001 P - XXX SERIES CONTACT ARRANGEMENTS CONTACT TYPE TERMINATION TYPE TERMINATION CODE HARDWARE SHELL FINISH MOD CODES SERIES TERMINATION CODE* F - Float mount MDM (size 9-100): Liquid Crystal Ploymer (LCP) (H) 001 - 18",7/34 strand,#26 AWG, B - No hardware standard MDM (Combo Layout): Diallyl Phthalate insulator MIL-W-16878/4, Type E Teflon, .091 (2.31) dia. hole for sizes 9-51; Material yellow. .120 (3.05) dia. hole for size 100. CONTACT ARRANGEMENTS (H) 003 - 18", 7/34 strand, #26 AWG, A - .125 (3.18) dia. mounting holes fo 9-15-21-25-31-37-51-100 (standard) MIL-W-16878/4, Type E Teflon, sizes 9-51; 7C2, 24C42 (coaxial) or combination of color coded to MIL-STD-681 .166 (4.22) dia. hole for size 100. 7P2, 24P4 (power) } coax and power System I. B1 - .1475 (3.75) dia. hole for size 100 (L) 1 - 1/2" uninsulated solid #25 (Per MIL-C-83513) CONTACT TYPE AWG gold plated copper. P - Pin SHELL FINISH MOD CODES** (L) 2 - 1" uninsulated solid #25 AWG S - Socket No gold plated copper. Number - Standard Cadmium/yellow chromate TERMINATION TYPE HARDWARE A174 - Electroless nickel H - Harness-insulated wire. M - Military specification hardware, see A172 - Gold over nickel L - Solid-uninsulated wire. page 237. A141 - Irridite/alodine S - Solder pot to accept #26 AWG MAX. P - Jackpost A30 - Black anodize harness wire. (Not available with power K - Jackscrew-standard *See Termination Codes page 233 for additional length contact arrangements.) L - Jackscrew-low profile Modification codes. **For other modifications not listed, consult the factory. Performance and Material Specifications STANDARD MATERIALS AND FINISHES MECHANICAL FEATURES Shell - Aluminum alloy per QQ-A-200/8 Coupling - Friction/jackscrews (6061-T6), yellow chromate/cadmium Polarization - Keystone-shaped shells per QQ-P-416, Type II, class 3. Contact Spacing - .050 (1.27) Insulator - MIL-M-24519, Type GLCP-30F Centers Glass-filled diallyl phthalate per Shell Styles - Plug and receptacle MIL-M-14, Type SDGF No. of Contacts - 9 thru 100 standard; Contacts - Copper alloy, gold plate 5 signal/2 coaxial; Mounting Hardware - 300 Series stainless steel, passivate 5 signal/2 power. Kit, Jackpost (3) items - 300 Series stainless steel, passivate 20 signal/4 coaxial; 20 signal/4 power Washer - 400 Series stainless stell, passivate Coaxial Cable - RG - 178/U Standard Epoxy - Hysol EE4198 with HD3561 hardener, color green or EE4215 with HD3561, Wire Size - #24 thru #32 AWG color black Contact Termination - Multiple indent crimp ELECTRICAL DATA - page 231 Dimensions are shown in inches (millimeters). Dimensions subject to change. www.ittcannon.com 232The Micro Line - .050" Contact Spacing The Cannon MICRO Series established the stan- halves are mated, the chamfered sockets are first ? Contact rating - 3 amps max. dards for performance and reliability in mircominia- aligned by the connector body, then guide the spiral ? Contacts centers - .050(1.27). ture interconnects. Exceptionally versatile, MICRO MICROPIN contacts into proper and positive align- ? Wire sizes - #24 thru #32 AWG, stranded or connectors are available in rectangular, circular, and ment, even under worst-case tolerance conditions. solid. strip configurations, with 3 amp MICROPIN?/ This is Cannon's POS-A-LINE connectors design. ? Contact termination - multiple indent crimp. MICROSOCkET? contacts on .050(1.27) centers, ? Contact retention -fixed via epoxy. The multiple spring elements of the MICROPIN, or with special arrangements of power and coaxial ? Contact materials and finish - Copper alloy, then under compression, form a multi-point contact contacts. gold-plated per MIL-G-45204, Type II, Grade C, system of high mechanical and electrical integrity. Class 1 over copper flash. The heart of the Cannon MICROPIN/MICROSOCK- Contacts will provide a high degree of reliability ? Mating/unmating force - 8 oz. per contact, ET contact system is a multi-element Twist Pin over hundreds of mating and unmating cycles, and max./0.5 oz. per contact min. Contact recessed with and insulating housing. The have proven themselves in applications that range rugged, cylindrical sockets are mounted in the from commercial products to equipment that has exposed half of the connector. When connector been landed on the moon. Test Data The table below summarizes the results of key tests connectors with standard termination. Variations performed in accordance with MIL-STD-1344, may affect this data, so please consult the factory where applicable. Data is applicable to standard for further information on your requirements. Test Method Criteria of Acceptance Dielectric Withstanding Method 3001: Voltage 900 VAC at sea level No breakdown 300 VAC at 70,00' altitude No breakdown Solder Pots and Shielded Cable 600 VAC at sea level No breakdown 150 VAC at 70,000' altitude No breakdown Insulation Resistance Method 3003 5,000 megohms minimum Thermal Shock Method 1003. Condition A: No physical damage - 55?C to +125?C Physical Shock Method 2004, Condition E: No physical damage 50 G's, 3 axes, 6 millisecond No loss of continuity > 1 ?sec duration sawtooth pulse Vibration Method 2005, Condition IV: No physical damage 20 G's, 10-2,000 Hz. 12 hrs No loss of continuity > 1 ?sec Durability 500 cycles of mating and No mechanical or electrical defects unmating, 500 CPH max. Moisture Resistance Method 1002, Type II omit steps 7a & 7B Insulation resistance > 100 megohms Salt Spray Method 1001, Condition B: Shall be cable of mating and unmating, 48 hours and meet contact resistance requirements Contact Resistance Method 307 (MIL-STD-202) At 3 amps 8 milliohms maximum At 1 milliamps 10 milliohms maximum Contact Retention Per MIL-C-83513 5 lb. minimum axial load Dimensions are shown in inches (millimeters). Dimensions subject to change. www.ittcannon.com 231The Micro Line - .050" Contact Spacing The Cannon MICRO Series established the stan- halves are mated, the chamfered sockets are first ? Contact rating - 3 amps max. dards for performance and reliability in mircominia- aligned by the connector body, then guide the spiral ? Contacts centers - .050(1.27). ture interconnects. Exceptionally versatile, MICRO MICROPIN contacts into proper and positive align- ? Wire sizes - #24 thru #32 AWG, stranded or connectors are available in rectangular, circular, and ment, even under worst-case tolerance conditions. solid. strip configurations, with 3 amp MICROPIN?/ This is Cannon's POS-A-LINE connectors design. ? Contact termination - multiple indent crimp. MICROSOCkET? contacts on .050(1.27) centers, ? Contact retention -fixed via epoxy. The multiple spring elements of the MICROPIN, or with special arrangements of power and coaxial ? Contact materials and finish - Copper alloy, then under compression, form a multi-point contact contacts. gold-plated per MIL-G-45204, Type II, Grade C, system of high mechanical and electrical integrity. Class 1 over copper flash. The heart of the Cannon MICROPIN/MICROSOCK- Contacts will provide a high degree of reliability ? Mating/unmating force - 8 oz. per contact, ET contact system is a multi-element Twist Pin over hundreds of mating and unmating cycles, and max./0.5 oz. per contact min. Contact recessed with and insulating housing. The have proven themselves in applications that range rugged, cylindrical sockets are mounted in the from commercial products to equipment that has exposed half of the connector. When connector been landed on the moon. Test Data The table below summarizes the results of key tests connectors with standard termination. Variations performed in accordance with MIL-STD-1344, may affect this data, so please consult the factory where applicable. Data is applicable to standard for further information on your requirements. Test Method Criteria of Acceptance Dielectric Withstanding Method 3001: Voltage 900 VAC at sea level No breakdown 300 VAC at 70,00' altitude No breakdown Solder Pots and Shielded Cable 600 VAC at sea level No breakdown 150 VAC at 70,000' altitude No breakdown Insulation Resistance Method 3003 5,000 megohms minimum Thermal Shock Method 1003. Condition A: No physical damage - 55?C to +125?C Physical Shock Method 2004, Condition E: No physical damage 50 G's, 3 axes, 6 millisecond No loss of continuity > 1 ?sec duration sawtooth pulse Vibration Method 2005, Condition IV: No physical damage 20 G's, 10-2,000 Hz. 12 hrs No loss of continuity > 1 ?sec Durability 500 cycles of mating and No mechanical or electrical defects unmating, 500 CPH max. Moisture Resistance Method 1002, Type II omit steps 7a & 7B Insulation resistance > 100 megohms Salt Spray Method 1001, Condition B: Shall be cable of mating and unmating, 48 hours and meet contact resistance requirements Contact Resistance Method 307 (MIL-STD-202) At 3 amps 8 milliohms maximum At 1 milliamps 10 milliohms maximum Contact Retention Per MIL-C-83513 5 lb. minimum axial load Dimensions are shown in inches (millimeters). Dimensions subject to change. www.ittcannon.com 231Micro-D Metal Shell - .050" Contact Spacing MDM MDM connectors are used in applications requiring PIN?/MICROSOCKET? contacts on .050(1.27_ highly reliable, extremely small, lightweight connec- centers in a contact density identical to the stan- tors with higher density contact configurations than dard MICRO-D connector series, but with these available in traditional rectangular connectors. They additional features: are available in 8 shell sizes accommodating from 9 ? Aluminum shells to provide greater strength, to 100 contacts, and special arrangements of power prevent chipping, cracking or breaking, offer and coaxial contacts. electromagnetic (EMI) and RFI shielding. These connectors are designed to meet the rapidly ? Silicone elastomer compression interfacial seal increasing demands for an environmental, high per- to provide a moisture and humidity seal between formance, rugged, moisture-sealed microminiature each contact and between contacts and shell. connector. This connector employs size 24 MICRO- How to Order MIL-C-83513 ordering information- pages 240 and 241 MDM - 51 P H 001 P - XXX SERIES CONTACT ARRANGEMENTS CONTACT TYPE TERMINATION TYPE TERMINATION CODE HARDWARE SHELL FINISH MOD CODES SERIES TERMINATION CODE* F - Float mount MDM (size 9-100): Liquid Crystal Ploymer (LCP) (H) 001 - 18",7/34 strand,#26 AWG, B - No hardware standard MDM (Combo Layout): Diallyl Phthalate insulator MIL-W-16878/4, Type E Teflon, .091 (2.31) dia. hole for sizes 9-51; Material yellow. .120 (3.05) dia. hole for size 100. CONTACT ARRANGEMENTS (H) 003 - 18", 7/34 strand, #26 AWG, A - .125 (3.18) dia. mounting holes fo 9-15-21-25-31-37-51-100 (standard) MIL-W-16878/4, Type E Teflon, sizes 9-51; 7C2, 24C42 (coaxial) or combination of color coded to MIL-STD-681 .166 (4.22) dia. hole for size 100. 7P2, 24P4 (power) } coax and power System I. B1 - .1475 (3.75) dia. hole for size 100 (L) 1 - 1/2" uninsulated solid #25 (Per MIL-C-83513) CONTACT TYPE AWG gold plated copper. P - Pin SHELL FINISH MOD CODES** (L) 2 - 1" uninsulated solid #25 AWG S - Socket No gold plated copper. Number - Standard Cadmium/yellow chromate TERMINATION TYPE HARDWARE A174 - Electroless nickel H - Harness-insulated wire. M - Military specification hardware, see A172 - Gold over nickel L - Solid-uninsulated wire. page 237. A141 - Irridite/alodine S - Solder pot to accept #26 AWG MAX. P - Jackpost A30 - Black anodize harness wire. (Not available with power K - Jackscrew-standard *See Termination Codes page 233 for additional length contact arrangements.) L - Jackscrew-low profile Modification codes. **For other modifications not listed, consult the factory. Performance and Material Specifications STANDARD MATERIALS AND FINISHES MECHANICAL FEATURES Shell - Aluminum alloy per QQ-A-200/8 Coupling - Friction/jackscrews (6061-T6), yellow chromate/cadmium Polarization - Keystone-shaped shells per QQ-P-416, Type II, class 3. Contact Spacing - .050 (1.27) Insulator - MIL-M-24519, Type GLCP-30F Centers Glass-filled diallyl phthalate per Shell Styles - Plug and receptacle MIL-M-14, Type SDGF No. of Contacts - 9 thru 100 standard; Contacts - Copper alloy, gold plate 5 signal/2 coaxial; Mounting Hardware - 300 Series stainless steel, passivate 5 signal/2 power. Kit, Jackpost (3) items - 300 Series stainless steel, passivate 20 signal/4 coaxial; 20 signal/4 power Washer - 400 Series stainless stell, passivate Coaxial Cable - RG - 178/U Standard Epoxy - Hysol EE4198 with HD3561 hardener, color green or EE4215 with HD3561, Wire Size - #24 thru #32 AWG color black Contact Termination - Multiple indent crimp ELECTRICAL DATA - page 231 Dimensions are shown in inches (millimeters). Dimensions subject to change. www.ittcannon.com 232Micro-D Metal Shell - .050" Contact Spacing MDM Standard Wire Termination Codes Cannon Modification Code (Not MS) The following tetmination codes are listed for your information. For lengths not shown, consult factory for proper modification code. All wire lengths are minimum. Harness TYPE (H) Solid Uninsulated Type (L) #26 AWG per MIL-W-16878/4, 7/34 strand, type E Teflon, stranded. #25 AWG gold plated copper Length All Yellow Color Coded* Termination Code Length 3 (76.2) H020 H027 L61 .125 (3.18) 6 (152.4) H019 H016 L56 .150 (3.81) 8 (203.2) H026 H034 L57 .190 (4.83) 10 (254.0) H029 H025 L39 .250 (6.35) 12 (304.8) H028 H002 L58 .375 (9.52) 18 (457.2) H001 H003 L1 .500 (12.70) 20 (508.0) H038 H023 L14 .750 (19.05) 24 (609.6) H009 H004 L2 1.000 (25.40) 30 (762.0) H010 H005 L7 1.500 (38.10) 36 (914.4) H011 H006 L6 2.000 (50.80) 48 (1219.2) H013 H048 L16 2.500 (63.50) 72 (1828.8) H017 H046 L10 3.000 (76.20) 120 (3048.0) H042 H041 Milimeters are in parentheses. * Cavity #1 black Contact Arrangements (Face View of Pin insert - Use Reverse Order for Socket Side) Standard .050 (12.70) .043 TYP. (10.92) 1 2 3 4 5 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 6 7 8 9 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 9 Contacts 15 Contacts 21 Contacts 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 25 Contacts 31 Contacts 37 Contacts 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 76 77 78 79 80 81 82 83 84 85 86 87 88 89 90 91 92 93 94 95 96 97 98 99 100 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 51 Contacts 100 Contacts Contact identification numbers are for reference only and do not appear on insulator or connector body. Coaxial .714 (18.14) .320 (8.13) .460 (11.68) 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 A1 A2 A3 A4 1 2 3 A1 A2 8 9 10 11 12 13 4 5 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 .007 (0.18) Size 25 Shell Size 51 Shell 5 Micro contact 20 Micro Contacts 2 Coax or 2 Power 4 Coax or 4 Power (Not MS) Dimensions are shown in inches (millimeters). Dimensions subject to change. www.ittcannon.com 233

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890862
8536.69 CONNECTORS, multi-pin D sub-miniature type, male or female but NOT including connectors of the insulation displacement type or connectors imported with back shells or connectors assembled with back shells to form plugs or interconnecting leads made up utilising such plugs
Op. 30.10.1989 Dec. 15.05.1991 - TC 890862
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