Products in this family are interconnect devices typically used for wire-to-board connections in data applications. Combining a D-shaped shroud similar to that found on D-subminiature connectors with an inner contact set reminiscent of a card edge interconnect scheme, this connector style was commonly used for connecting printers and similar peripheral devices to computers during the late 20th century.
Connector Style: Indicates the layout of the contacts in the connector.
Connector Type: Indicates the style and configuration of the device.
Number of Positions: Indicates the number of distinct conductors presented at a connector’s mating interface and the number of electrical contact points present within a connector.
Number of Rows: Indicates how many rows the connector has.
Mounting Type: Indicates how the device is attached.
Termination: Selection of termination style used to connect the device to a system, such as crimp or solder.
Flange Feature: Describes the design of a part’s mounting flange and the fasteners used in conjunction therewith.
Type: Specific style and connection standard of the connector.
Features: These are different capabilities or properties of the device such as a backshell, cable clamp, or shielded.
Contact Finish: Indicates the finish/plating material applied to the contacts of the device.
Contact Finish Thickness: Indicates the thickness of the finish/plating material applied to the contacts of a device.
|MFR PART #||FX2-40S-1.27SV(71)|
|DIGI-KEY PART #||H10531-ND|
|MANUFACTURER||Hirose Electric Co Ltd|
|DESCRIPTION||40 Position Receptacle Connector Surface Mount Solder|
|MFR PART #||111-050-103L001|
|DIGI-KEY PART #||1050MA-ND|
|DESCRIPTION||50 Position Plug Connector SCSI Free Hanging (In-Line) Solder Cup|
|MFR PART #||10120-6000EC|
|DIGI-KEY PART #||MPB20A-ND|
|DESCRIPTION||20 Position Plug Connector Free Hanging (In-Line) IDC|