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  • Micro-D Coaxial/Power - .050" Contact Spacing MDM C/P
  • Micro-D Plastic Shell - .050" Contact Spacing MD**
  • MJS - Micro Center Jackscrew
  • Microminiature Circular - .050" Contact Spacing MICRO-K
  • The Centi Line - .075" Contact Spacing
  • Centi-D Loc-.075" Contact Spacing CDL
  • Strip Connectors - .100"/.075" Contact Spacing CTA
  • The NANO Line - .025" Contact Spacing
  • Strip Connectors - .025" Contact Spacing NT
  • NANO D Metal Shell - .025" Contact Spacing NDM
  • Flex Circuit Cable Assembly
  • Custom Back Shells
  • Terminology
  • Product Safety Information

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Cannon Microminiature Connectors

Cannon Microminiature Products
system, developed by ITT in the early 1960’s. A separate section describes in detail the twist pin electrical contact technology (refer to page 6). High Performance Micro Miniature Connectors ITT Electronic Components is a division of the multi-national ITT Corporation a $7.5 billion dollar global enterprise. The Cannon Micro Connector portfolio has witnessed many product extensions since ITT first introduced micro technology to the marketplace over fifty years ago. Our portfolio remains the most extensive in the industry offering the most reliable and cost effective range of micro interconnect solutions. These innovations have enabled ITT to provide products and technologies to such markets as: • • • • • • • • • • Aerospace Computers Systems Defense Electronics Geophysical Industrial Automation Medical Electronics Network Systems Telecom Switching Underwater Systems Wireless The Standard of Six Sigma When you specify a Cannon microminiature connector, you can rely on a product designed, developed, and manufactured to the highest quality and reliability standards in the industry. This tradition of excellence is based on ITT’s corporate culture of operating its entire business under the principles of Six Sigma. At ITT, Six Sigma is not just a quality philosophy but a complete corporate culture that drives the entire business. Our Value Based Management and Value Based Product Development systems are two cornerstones of ITT that allows for the development of both leadership and product development principles, ensuring that the correct industry leading products are in all of our business portfolios. Six Sigma Engineering ITT, utilizing its six sigma tools and multiple lean initiatives, offers the most experienced engineering design team in

Offering the broadest selections of standard and custom micro interconnect solutions, ITT is the one stop source for design, development, manufacturing, and test of sophisticated multi channel high density connectors. Our product portfolio consists of rectangular, circular, quick disconnect, high speed signal, filter, hermetic, mixed signal packages, and strip style interconnects. Each product has unique mechanical engagement and locking mechanisms to meet the demands of harsh environment applications. These products include our Centi Line .100-inch and .075-inch center spacing, the Micro line .050 inch center spacing, and our Nano line of .025-inch center contact spacing. All of ITT’s micro connectors utilize our twist pin contact

the micro miniature interconnect field. Using our systems approach, ITT continues to advance new interconnect technologies by developing advanced products including higher density Nano 0.025-inch spacing interconnects, Chipon-Flex filter connectors, flexible high density circuits terminated directly to ITT contacts, and innovative high speed mixed signal connector configurations. In conjunction with our design teams, ITT operates a world class test lab offering state of the art capabilities in electronic, fiber optic, and mechanical test expertise . Our certified test engineers and technicians can develop a specific test plan based on our customer’s specific needs. Additionally, our team is experienced in providing test services and programs for US DOD Defense electronics and Space related programs. Six Sigma Manufacturing

developed to the accepted market driven lead times. These principles have allowed ITT to become the market leader

ITT operates manufacturing facilities in the United States, France, Germany, Italy, Mexico, China, and the UK, all of

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Cannon Microminiature Products
which have particular product area strengths allowing ITT to offer a truly global footprint to our customers. Our facilities are world class and accommodate full vertical integration with the latest manufacturing technologies including: automated and robotic machining centers, Super Market manufacturing cells, Kanban pull systems, and automated electrical, mechanical, and optical test and inspection equipment. The combination of our manufacturing strength and our advanced manufacturing facilities allows ITT to offer products at market driven prices. Our capabilities, especially in robotics, computerized precision tooling, Kaizen Project Management, Six Sigma tools, and test labs, gives ITT the most optimized global manufacturing footprint in the interconnect industry. The Custom Difference As the industry leader in harsh environment interconnect applications, ITT’s world class engineering teams will work directly with our customers to design and develop cost effective solutions for their applications . In many cases we may modify one of our standard designs to ensure a highly reliable solution where timing is critical. Yet, in those cases where a complete custom interconnect solution is required, ITT will work with our customer’s Engineers to design an interconnect solution which will be cost effective yet highly reliable. As professional consultants, our Engineering teams will provide a thorough systems and mechanical analysis of any proposed solution. These analyses provide our customers with sophisticated electrical signal and mechanical characterizations to determine the best solution for their application. In addition to custom connectors, ITT offers sophisticated custom cable assembly capabilities for a wide range of harsh environment applications. Our in house expertise translates to our ability to integrate different technologies within a custom cable harness. ITT's capabilities include discrete wire terminations to multi wire cable harnesses with multiple connector configurations as part of the final assembly. We also specialize in providing terminated flex circuit assemblies, high temperature geophysical cable assemblies, innovative medical electronics cable assemblies, over mold strain relief systems, and EMI shielded terminations. RoHS Compliance Information ITT has implemented a strict parts control plan for all ITT electronics plants worldwide that allows the Cannon Microminiature connector product portfolio to meet the requirements of European Union Directive 2002/95/EC better know as the Reduction of Hazardous Substances initiative. To make things easier for our customers, all Cannon Microminiature products can be ordered with an R prefix number which insures our customers will receive RoHS compliant parts for their commercial electronics applications and equipment. Since most RoHS hazardous substances center around specific metal plating and lead solder coatings, ITT's products for RoHS compliance are available in the following plating finishes: electroless nickel, stainless steel, Anodize over aluminum and Gold plating. It should be noted that gold plating would be recommended as the replacement for tin-lead solder when ordering board mount connectors. Non Compliant RoHS Materials Advanced Aerospace specifications and DOD system performance requirements demand the necessity to maintain production status for the primary base metals and Chem film coatings typically utilized in Aerospace electronics. Thus, in order to support ITT's Aerospace customer base and maintain our leadership position in micro miniature connector technologies, ITT will continue to provide interconnect products with cadmium plating and tin lead solder in support of these markets. These materials are all QPL to Military specifications including M83513.

Please consult Customer Service if RoHS part verification is required.

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Table of Contents

Introduction. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 Microminiature Product Overview Guide . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 Twist Pin Contact System. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 Micro-D Metal Shell - .050" Contact Spacing (MDM) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 Micro-D PCB - .050" Contact Spacing (MDM-PCB) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18 Micro-D Coaxial/Power - .050" Contact Spacing (MDM-C/P). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22 Hermetic (MDMH) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23 Filter (TMDM) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25 Micro-D Plastic Shell - .050" Contact Spacing (MD/MDV) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28 Micro Center Jackscrew (MJS). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 39 Microminiature Circular - .050" Contact Spacing (MIK, MIKM, MIKQ) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 44 Microstrips .050" Contact Spacing (MT) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 48 Microminiature Strip - .100/.050" Contact Spacing (MT). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 52 Micro Edgeboard - .050" Contact Spacing (MEB) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 54 The Centi Line - .075" Contact Spacing (2D). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 59 Centi-D Loc-.075" Contact Spacing (CDL) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 65 Strip Connectors - .100"/.075" Contact Spacing. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 66 The NANO Line - .025" Contact Spacing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 70 Strip Connectors - .025" Contact Spacing (NT). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 71 NANO D Metal Shell - .025" Contact Spacing (NDM) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 72 Center Jackscrew - .030" Contact Spacing (NJS) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 73 Custom Cable Assemblies . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 75 Flex Circuit Cable Assembly. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 77 Custom Back Shells . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 78 Appendix Standard Wire Termination “L” Code Chart. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 79 Standard Wire Termination “H” Code Chart . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 81 Wire Color Code Chart. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 83 Terminology . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 84 Product Safety Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 85

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21. Plug and Socket 3A max. 8 milliohms max. 60 milliohms max. 8 milliohms max.1 thru 120 MTB . 24 milliohms max. 19 & 37 Plastic Thermoplastic MTV . (signal) gold plated copper alloy Metal Aluminum gold plated copper alloy Metal Aluminum gold plated copper alloy Metal Aluminum gold plated copper and steel Metal Steel gold plated copper alloy Metal Aluminum gold plated copper alloy Plastic Thermoplastic & Thermoset gold plated copper alloy Plastic Thermoset 7C/P2 gold plated copper alloy Plastic Thermoplastic & Thermoset 10. Plug and Socket 5A max. 51 & 100 27C/P5 & 37 & 51 37 & 51 37 & 51 10C/P10 Configuration RoHS Factory Terminated Space Applications Page Number Polarized D Available Yes* Available 7 Polarized D Available Yes Available 18 Polarized D Available Yes Available 22 Polarized D Available Yes* Yes 23 Polarized D No Yes Yes 25 Polarized D Available Yes* Available 28 Polarized D Available Yes Available 32 Circular Available Yes Yes 44 Circular Available Yes Yes 44 MIKQ MT* MEB 2D CDL CTA* NDM NTP NJS Type Current Rating Contact Resistance Contact Material Plug and Socket 3A max. Plug and Socket 3A max. 15. Plug and Socket 3A max. 8 milliohms max. 9 milliohms max. 25. 92 & 184 Plastic Thermoplastic 19. 8 milliohms max. 9 milliohms max. 38. 8 milliohms max. 128. 25. Plug and Socket 3A max. 15. 21. 21. 9. 9. 31. 26. 21. Plug and Socket 3A max. 79 & 100 Plastic Thermoplastic 139 Plastic Thermoplastic CTA3 . 37.27.1 thru 53 CTA4 . 31. 7C/P2. 72 & 246 Rectangular & Circular Yes Yes Yes 73 Shell Shell Material Available Layouts Metal Steel 7. Plug and Socket 3A max. Plug and Socket 5A max. 60 milliohms max. Plug and Socket 3A max. 8 milliohms max. 60 milliohms max. 25. 31 & 37 Plastic Thermoset 1 thru 40 Plastic Thermoplastic Rectangular 9.1 thru 80 Plastic Thermoset 64. Plug and Socket 5A max. 8 milliohms max. 15 milliohms max. 51 & 100 37. 15. 24C/P4. 55 & 85 9. 31. Plug and Socket 3A max. 8 milliohms max. 25.ittcannon. Plug and Socket 1A max. 9. 31. 25. 52. Plug and Socket 3A max. Plug and Socket 3A max. 15. 31.Cannon Microminiature Product Overview Guide MDM MDM PCB MDM C/P MDMH Hermetics TMDM Filter MD** MDB Coaxial MJS MIK MIKM Type Current Rating Contact Resistance Contact Material Shell Shell Material Available Layouts Plug and Socket 3A max. 25. 51 & 66 Rect/unshrouded 16. Plug and Socket 3A max.1 thru 60 Strip Yes No No 66 Configuration RoHS Factory Terminated Space Applications Page Number Circular Available Yes Yes 44 Strip Available Yes* Yes 48 Polarized D Available Yes* Yes 54 Polarized D Available No No 59 Polarized D Yes No No 65 Polarized D Yes Yes Yes 72 Strip Yes Yes Yes 71 * Solderpot versions available for end user termination Dimensions shown in inch (mm) Specifications and dimensions subject to change www. 8 milliohms max. 15. Plug and Socket 1A max. 28 & 35 Rect/shrouded 26. 21. 21.com 5 . 8 milliohms max. 9. 9 milliohms max. 31. 8 milliohms max. gold plated copper alloy gold plated copper alloy gold plated copper alloy gold plated copper alloy gold plated copper alloy gold plated copper alloy precious metal precious metal precious metal alloy & gold plated alloy & gold plated alloy & gold plated copper alloy copper alloy copper alloy Metal Thermoset 9. 15. 24 & 44 Circular . 42 & 76 Polarized D Rectangular & Polarized D Available Yes* Available 39 gold plated copper alloy Plastic Thermoplastic 7 & 55 gold plated copper alloy Metal Steel 7. Plug and Socket 1A max.

and high temperature Geophysical applications.No design tradeoffs • Seamless crimp sleeves • Multiple 4-indent wire crimps standard and smaller bore micro socket contacts • Standard integral tail & thru bundle micro pin contacts (high density packaging) • High mating cycles • High current handling capabilities • System qualification in numerous Aerospace.com 6 . As the core of our micro products. the twist pin contact offers a superior electrical and mechanical system that outperforms traditional machined or stamped electrical contract systems. Defense Electronic.025-inch Interconnect Products) • Contact and crimp sleeve materials carefully optimized for extremely reliable crimps. the socket is guided into the pin insulator by the lead-in chamfer. Figure 1 The twist pin contact system consists of several stranded cores making up the wire bundle. it is impossible for the recessed pin to escape the socket capture radius. This system was originally developed in the early 1960’s and ITT was one of the original interconnect companies to license this technology and improve it.050-inc & Centi Line 0. the socket is guided into the pin insulator by the lead-in chamfer. By controlling the welding process and the dimensions of the socket contact and the insulators. Moving forward. During mating. Figure 2 shows the twist pin features as well as mating and severe misalignment conditions. The advantages of ITT’s twist pin contact system are many and have been field proven in the most demanding applications and environments for over forty five years. ITT has developed a very robust Six Sigma manufacturing process that controls the welding process as well as the dimensions of the socket con- tact and insulator material.075-inch Interconnect Products) • Five points of electrical contact (Nano 0. During the mating sequence. The pin is kept from flexing beyond the socket capture radius by the walls of the cavity. The pin is kept from flexing beyond the socket capture radius by the walls of the cavity. Dimensions shown in inch (mm) Specifications and dimensions subject to change www. ITT plans to introduce additional new product features supporting enhanced twist pin contact performance. The hemispherical weld of controlled radius at the tip of the pin combines with the lead-in chamfers of the socket contact and the pin insulator to carn the pin into alignment. The strands are subsequently heat treated and a weld is performed on the tip of each contact. • Wide array of wire terminations The advantages listed above are by no means inclusive of ITT’s innovative product improvement processes. Figure I show the basic contacts.ittcannon. Crimp sleeves are then inserted over the contact and crimp areas are defined to produce a seamless crimp system. Our reference to this system identifies that the flexible twist pin is recessed into the insulator and the rigid socket is exposed thus reversing the traditional positions of the pin and socket. Some of these advantages include: • Seven points of electrical contact (Micro 0. The net result is a contact system that makes it impossible for the recessed pin to escape the socket capture radius. The entire twist pin system is referred by ITT as a Pos-A-Line contact alignment system.Micro Twist Pin Cannon MICROPIN WIRE WELDED TIP Cannon Microminiature Products NORMAL MATING CONDITIONS SEVERE MISALIGNMENT WIRE CRIMP SLEEVE CRIMP AREA Figure 1 Pos-A-Line Contact Alignment The flexible twist-pin is recessed into the insulator and the rigid socket is exposed. Our forty five years of experience in manufacturing and establishing a fully automated manufacturing system for this contact has truly given ITT the foremost knowledge in twist pin contact technology. reversing the traditional positions of pin and socket. ITT’s twist pin system consists of the Micro Socket and the Micro pin or Twist pin. TWIST PIN CONTACTS WILL MATE EVEN UNDER SEVERE MISALIGNMENT Figure 2 Twist Pin Contact Technology The foundation of ITT’s Cannon Micro Connector portfolio starts with ITT’s innovative twist pin contact system. The hemispherical weld of controlled radius at the tip of the pin combines with the lead-in chamfer of the socket contact and the pin insulator to cam the pin in alignment.

where applicable.RG .Polyester per MIL-M-24519. Type SDGF (7*2 and 24*4) 11 signal/5 coaxial.Micro-D Metal Shell .Keystone-shaped shells cadmium.Friction/jackscrews QQ-A-200/8.000 Hz. Specifications STANDARD MATERIALS AND FINISHES MECHANICAL FEATURES Shell Coupling . Type GST-40F (16*5) 0 signal/10 coaxial. offer electromagnetic (EMI) and RFI shielding. but with these additional features: • Aluminum shells to provide greater strength. Variations may affect this data. These connectors are designed to meet the rapidly increasing demands for an environmental. yellow chromate/ Polarization .000 megohms minimum No physical damage No physical damage No loss of continuity > 1 µsec No physical damage No loss of continuity > 1 µsec No mechanical or electrical defects Insulation resistance > 100 megohms Shall be capable of mating and unmating.Multiple indent crimp Performance Data The table below summarizes the results of key tests performed in accordance with MIL-STD-1344. rugged. MIL-M-24519. Type 0 signal/10 power. Method 1002. Condition A: . They are available in 8 shell sizes accommodating from 9 to 100 contacts. Condition B: 48 hours Method 1001. passivate Kit. prevent chipping.300 Series stainless steel.Polyphenylene sulfide per 11 signal/5 power. passivate . 10-2. lightweight connectors with higher density contact configurations than available in traditional rectangular connectors. high performance. minimum axial load Dimensions shown in inch (mm) Specifications and dimensions subject to change www. • Silicone elastomer compression interfacial seal to provide a moisture and humidity seal between each contact and between contacts and shell. Type II. so please consult customer service for further information on your requirements.Hysol EE4215/HD3561. 3 axes. Class 4.27) electroless nickel per SAE Centers AMS-C-26074. . Condition B: At 3 amps At 1 milliamp Per MIL-DTL-83513 No breakdown No breakdown 5. color black or Hysol EE4198/HD3561.Liquid Crystal Polymer per MIL-M-24519.00' altitude Method 3003 Method 1003. Condition E: 50 G's.com 7 .Copper alloy.050 (1. Type II. omit steps 7a & 7b Method 1001.. .ittcannon. moisture-sealed microminiature connector.27) centers in a contact density identical to the standard MICRO-D connector series. Condition IV: 20 G's. and special arrangements of power and coaxial contacts.050" Contact Spacing MDM connectors are used in applications requiring highly reliable.55˚C to +125˚C Method 2004. Jackpost (3) items . 12 hrs 500 cycles of mating and unmating.6061-T6 Aluminum alloy per .Glass filled diallyl phthalate per 5 signal/2 power. cracking or breaking. . .9 thru 100 signal. Shell Styles Insulator Type GLCP-30F (9-100) No. GPT-30F (10*10) 20 signal/4 coaxial. 6 millisecond duration sawtooth pulse Method 2005.#24 thru #32 AWG Contact Termination . extremely small. color green Coaxial Cable Wire Size . . gold plate Contacts 20 signal/4 power Mounting Hardware . 500 CPH max.050 (1. passivate Washer Standard Epoxy . Test Method Criteria of Acceptance Dielectric Withstanding Voltage Insulation Resistance Thermal Shock Physical Shock Vibration Durability Moisture Resistance Salt Spray Contact Resistance (MIL-STD-202) Contact Retention Method 3001: 600 VAC at sea level 150 VAC at 70.178/U . This connector MDM employs size 24 MICROPINTM/MICROSOCKETTM contacts on ..300 Series stainless steel. and meet contact resistance requirements 8 milliohms maximum 10 milliohms maximum 5 lb.400 Series stainless stell. MIL-M-14. Class 3 over Contact Spacing . Data is applicable to standard connectors with standard termination. of Contacts .Plug and receptacle . 5 signal/2 coaxial.

24P4 (power) } CONTACT TYPE S . Dimensions shown in inch (mm) Specifications and dimensions subject to change www. 7P2. 7/34 strand. .Jackscrew-low profile F .Black anodize R MDM 51 P H 001 MDM P . hole for size 100 (Per MIL-DTL-83513) *See page 79 and 81 for additional Termination codes. mounting holes for sizes 9-51. #26 AWG.7/34 strand. 7C2..Solder pot to accept #26 AWG MAX.1475 (3. A . . hole for sizes 9-51. see page 11 for military hardware codes. Type E Teflon. MIL-W-16878/4.) HARDWARE M . hole for size 100.. color coded to MIL-STD-681 System I.22) dia. B1 .Jackscrew-standard profile L . yellow. P . harness wire. S .Irridite/alodine A30 .31) dia.No hardware standard . (Not available with power contact arrangements. MIL-W-16878/4.Harness-insulated wire. (L) 2 . 10C10. hole for size 100.18". (L) 1 .166 (4.Gold over nickel A141 .Military specification hardware.18".XXX SERIES MDM: (Size 9-100) Liquid Crystal Polymer (LCP) MDM: (Combo Layout) Diallyl Phthalate (DAP) CONTACT ARRANGEMENTS 9-15-21-25-31-37-51-100 (standard) 16C5.. 10P10.125 (3.Pin TERMINATION TYPE H . (H) 003 . SHELL FINISH MOD CODES No Number .1/2" uninsulated solid #25 AWG gold plated copper.120 (3.050" Contact Spacing How to Order For MIL-DTL-83513 ordering information see pages 16 and 17 RoHS COMPLIANCE SERIES CONTACT ARRANGEMENTS CONTACT TYPE TERMINATION TYPE TERMINATION CODE HARDWARE SHELL FINISH MOD CODES TERMINATION CODE* (H) 001 .Electroless nickel A172 .ittcannon.Jackpost K .#26 AWG.com 8 . L .Float mount B . Type E Teflon.1" uninsulated solid #25 AWG gold plated copper.18) dia. 24C4 (coaxial) or combination of coax and power 16P5.05) dia.Solid-uninsulated wire.091 (2.Socket P .75) dia.Micro-D Metal Shell .(Standard cadmium/yellow chromate over nickel A174 .

750 (19.050" Contact Spacing COTS or Non Mil-Spec or Commercial or Industrial Standard Wire Termination Codes Cannon Modification Code (Not MS) MDM The following termination codes are listed for your information.Micro-D Metal Shell .0) * Cavity #1 black All Yellow H020 H019 H026 H029 H028 H001 H038 H009 H010 H011 H013 H017 H042 Color Coded* H027 H016 H034 H025 H002 H003 H023 H004 H005 H006 H048 H046 H041 Termination Code L61 L56 L57 L39 L58 L1 L14 L2 L7 L6 L16 L10 Length .320 (8.2) 72 (1828.025 (0.18) ..050 (1.05) 1.460 (11. . type E Teflon.10) 2.125 (3.6) 30 (762.0) 12 (304.000 (25. stranded.50) 3. 4 5 6 .40) 1.000 (50.103 A1 A2 1 5 8 9 2 6 10 3 7 11 4 A3 A4 .com 9 .ittcannon.500 (63.250 (6. Solid Uninsulated Type (L) #25 AWG gold plated copper Length 3 (76.09) 7 8 9 10 11 1 2 3 4 5 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 1 2 3 6 7 8 9 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 9 Contacts 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 1 2 3 4 5 6 15 Contacts 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 21 Contacts 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 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 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 25 Contacts 31 Contacts 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 37 Contacts 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 46 47 48 49 50 51 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 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 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 51 Contacts Contact identification numbers are for reference only and do not appear on insulator or connector body.52) .190 (4.500 (38.8) 18 (457. For additional codes please refer to Appendix on page 79 and 81. All wire lengths are minimum.043 (1. Coaxial A5 A1 100 Contacts .70) .83) .000 (76.13) 1 4 2 5 3 A2 A1 A2 1 .80) 2.64) TYP. 7/34 strand.68) 2 8 3 4 5 6 7 A3 A4 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 Size 51 Shell 11 Micro contact 5 Coax or 5 Power A1 Size 25 Shell 5 Micro contact 2 Coax or 2 Power A2 A6 A7 A3 A8 A4 A9 A5 A10 Size 51 Shell 20 Micro contacts 4 Coax or 4 Power (Not MS) .500 (12.81) .375 (9. Harness Type (H) #26 AWG per MIL-W-16878/4.Use Reverse Order for Socket Side) Standard .4) 48 (1219.2) 20 (508.714 (18.150 (3.35) .007 (0.20) Contact Arrangements (Face View of Pin insert .4) 8 (203.0) 36 (914.2) 6 (152.18) Size 100 Shell 0 Micro contact 10 Coax or 10 Power Dimensions shown in inch (mm) Specifications and dimensions subject to change www.8) 120 (3048.2) 10 (254.27) TYP.0) 24 (609.14) .

94) .093 (2.115 (28.394 (10.308 (7.08) F E A .270 (6.91) 1.253 (6.51) 1.139 (3.82) .715 (18.16) .102 (27.97) .82) .99) .43) .800 (45.270 (6.188 (5.86) . B .552 (13.86) .03) MAX. Panel Mounting Dimensions (Sizes 9 .36) REF.063 (1.29) .185 (4.01) ***Weight given is 1/2".90) MAX.52) MAX.270 (6.45) 2.270 (6.394 (10.394 (10.16) . (gm.308 (7.05 ±0.400 (10.52) .87) .86) .310 (7.45) 1.72) .72) MAX.08) MAX.083 (2.86) .67) 1.308 (7.110 (2.43) .802 (20.79) .72) G Max. solid.32) 1.063 (1.550 (13.10) 1.100 (27.005 (5.01) MAX.36) .005 (7.734 (18.83) .185 (4.308 (7.86) .119 (3. 1.198 (5.084 (2.308 (7. HOLES .270 (6.32) 1.935 (23.253 (6.13) 1.72) 1. .48) .08) F .442 (36.21) MAX.296 (7.416 (10.185 (4.335 (33.56) 1.86) 1.270 (6.43) .384 (35.296 (7. .43) .785 (19.43) . Solder Pot Receptacle (MDM-100 only) TWO MTG.97) .13) 1.335 (33.050 (26.105 (2.265 (32.500 (14.265 (32.884 (22.565 (14.87) .97) .86) .26) 1.093 (2.13) Plug and Receptacle Rear Mounted Plug and Receptacle Front Mounted Plug Front Mounted Receptacle Rear Mounted Dimensions shown in inch (mm) Specifications and dimensions subject to change www.08) .700 (17.75) .003(2.253 (6. .12) B Max.32) . HOLES .270 (6.72) 1.296 (7.51) .100 (27.82) .03 ±0.63) D Max.170 (55.91) 1.935 (23.360 (9.13) .308 (7.040 (29.091 ±.308 (7.270 (6.3) 1.003(3.429 (10.120 ±.82) .308 (7.99) 1.97) .228 (5.82) .185 (4. see How To Order.14) .94) 1.79) .10) 1.70) .160 (4.37) .700 (17.70) .351 (8.104 (2.271 (6.88) Average Weights** oz.Micro-D Metal Shell .03) MAX.965 (24.634 (16.45) .310 (7.75) 1.185 (4.52) MAX.200 (5.034 (26.72) 1.435 (36.091 ±.485 (37.10) .13) .92) .86) . Pigtail termination F A C Part Number By Shell Size MDM-9P* MDM-9S* MDM-15P* MDM-15S* MDM-21P* MDM-21P* MDM-25P* MDM-25S* MDM-31P* MDM-31S* MDM-37P* MDM-37S* MDM-51P* MDM-51S* MDM-100P* A Max.085 (27. .200 ±. .36) REF.270 (6.35) .865 (21.050 (26.56) 1.ittcannon.785 (19.64) .253 (6.12) 1.10) *Add lead type and length.052 (26.15) C Max.82) .284 (7.170 (55.79) .78) .161 (4.21) .70) .82) .18) 1.50) .82) .334 (8.63) . .97) .270 (6. #25 AWG gold plated copper pigtails. A C .94) .140 (3.003(2.950 (24.185 (30. C .270 (6.82) .13) . .253 (6..82) .308 (7.093 (2.198 (5.31 ±0.com 10 .78) .300 ±.715 (18.308 (7. B MDM .86) 1.16) .429 (10.800 (20. .57) MAX.35) .193 (5.185 (30. .31 ±0.) ±5% .185 (4.08) MAX.215 (30.253 (6.39) . E .485 (37.402 (10.01) F +_.215 (30.394 (10.56) . .86) .186 (4.62 ±0.70) .13) 1.70) .800 (45.08 ±0.39) .702 (17.96) .508 (38.35) .86) .395 ±.435 (36.484 (12.442 (36. HOLES . G D E .97) .99) .085 (27.5) MDM-100S* 2.115 (28.14) E Max.270 (6.308 (7.86) .16) . . G D .70) .94) 1.59) .86) .09) MAX.37) .308 (7.200 (5.36) REF.01) 1.965 (24.984 (24.82) .67) 1.865 (21.400 (10.565 (14.99) .950 (24.351 (8.118 (3.43) . Solder Pot Receptacle TWO MTG.800 (20.82) .13) .050" Contact Spacing COTS or Non Mil-Spec or Commercial or Industrial Shell Dimensions (Conforms to MIL-DTL-83513) Plug TWO MTG.110 (2. B .550 (13.952 (24.92) .005 (0. G D .005 (10.79) MAX.360 (9.100) .32) . uninsulated.79) MAX.86) .

089 .05) C .18 +0. 3.118 +.00 FULL R.315 . Shell Sizes 9 thru 51 .720 . Dimension . (TYP.13 ) -0. -0.951 1.38) R. A .120 1. MDM C D TYP.271 .051 - B +.) +.089 .002 . Edgeboard mounting bracket (figure 3) uses #256 screws.089 .85 +0.270 1.00 +0.005 -.089 .(TYP) FULL R. Rear panel mount dimensions (figure 2) will accommodate #4-40 screw hardware only see the panel cut-out dimensions.005 -.089 .118 +.450±.015 (0.401 .808 .Micro-D Metal Shell .00 .089 .43+/0.000 +.000 1.089 .005 -.252 .252 .000 +. Dimension .002 (11.570 .004 (38.43±0.000 (3.401 -.108 1.18 ) +.002 (11.089 .252 .00 +0.10 ) -0.004 -. Front panel mounting is the preferred mounting method.13 ) (45. C D TYP.970 1.00 D B + + + + B . Figure 1 Front Mounting Figure 2 Rear Mounting Figure 3 Edgeboard Mounting For 9-51 Shell Sizes NOTES: 1.13 ) R TYP.54) +0.125 (3.101 1.089 .361 +.) A 26˚/27˚TYP FULL R.450+_.701 .958 .00 1.870 .708 .058 1. Front panel mounting dimensions (figure 1) will accommodate either #2-56 screws or jackpost hardware.271 . 1.002 (11.005 -.720 .089 . Front panel mounting dimensions (figure 1) will accommodate either #4-40 screws or jackpost hardware.805 (45.408 .000 (10.220 D +.00 + + + + (36. MAX.456 .720 .005 -.089 . 3.570 . (TYP.000 .089 .00 .805 +.270 1.00 .004 (9.015 (0.17 +0.43+/0.000 (45.089 . Front mounting is the preferred mounting method.004 -.450+/-.030 (0.76) TYP.089 .089 .520 -.570 .271 .271 .85 +0.271 .252 .970 .76) TYP.85 +0.) FULL R.05) locates the MDM receptacle flush with the end of the board. (TYP.271 .220 1.00 1.13 ) -0.870 .005 -.) PANEL REF.252 . Shell Size 9 Cutout Figure 1 2 3 1 A +. (TYP.030 (0. (TYP.43+_0.com 11 .089 .970 .00 FULL R.000 (2.000 .252 .005 -.000 .) 1.120 1.270 1.220 1.050" Contact Spacing Panel Cutouts NOTE: See page 13 for rear panel mounting configuration.089 .089 . Rear panel mount dimensions (figure 2) will accommodate #2-56 screw hardware only.05) locates the MDM receptacle flush with the end of the board.) PANEL REF.558 .450+/-.ittcannon..13 ) .295 C +.000 (3.089 . Figure 1 Front Mounting Figure 2 Rear Mounting Figure 3 Edgeboard Mounting Shell Size 100 .000 -0.Edgeboard mounting bracket (figure 3) uses #440 screws.00 +0.005 -.089 15 2 3 1 21 2 3 1 25 2 3 1 31 2 3 1 37 2 3 1 51 2 3 Dimensions shown in inch (mm) Specifications and dimensions subject to change www.) FULL R. 2.10 ) -0.805 +.100 +.005 -.870 . MAX (TYP.13 ) -0.13 ) -0. When mounting the connector with rear panel mount jackpost see the panel cut-out dimensions. 2.10 ) -0.05) .089 .000 .000 -0.801 .004 -.98 +0.120 1.38)R.00 (11.118 +.10 ) -0.61 +0.004 -.551 .00 (3.000 . (TYP. For 100 Shell Size NOTES: 1.

260 (6. CONNECTOR SHOWN FOR REF.40) .64) Jackpost Kit Number* 320-9505-007 320-9505-006 320-9505-005 320-9505-004 C + _. 2 nuts.252 (6.10) -. .480 (12.096 ± . .688 (17.147 (3. TYP 27˚ 26˚ TYP B C A .951 (24. Plug and Receptacle Dimensions A +.34) 31 . Jackpost Bushing (for rear panel mounting-for sizes 9-51) HEX IS .000 (0. Screw Lock Assembly BUSHING #2-56 UNC-2A .00) Size 9 .101 (27. Dimensions shown in inch (mm) Specifications and dimensions subject to change www.00) .92) ACROSS FLATS .052 (1.07) . PANEL REF.005 (2.185 (4.565 (14.350 (8.40) .005 (±0.19) #2-56 UNC 2A THD Jackpost diameter within the "A" dimension is .6) 3/64 (1.115 (2.005 (0.73) .Micro-D Metal Shell .715 (18.252 (6.000 (0.004 (0. Jackpost kit (320-9505-000) consists of two assmblies.252 (6.135 (3.232 (5.54) R TYP. 90˚ Angle Mounting Bracket A .170 (4.(P) Screw Lock Assembly* *NOTE Torque value is 2.35) . #2-56 UNC-2B THD .86) *A kit consists of 2 jackpost. .81) 25 .82) for 9 thru 37 Shell Sizes Mounting Bracket 90˚ MDM 015-9516-003 .170 (4.005 (0.13) B Max.056 (1.40) .com 12 .70) MAX.13) .8) A +.005 (4.40) .ittcannon.42) .042 (1.36) RECOMMENDED PANEL THICKNESS Jackpost .40) . B 90˚ Angle Mounting Bracket A +/-.70) #2-56 UNC-2B THD MATING FACE .7) .18) A DIA.252 (6.182 (4.169 (4.500 (12.105 (2.20) .97) .05).70) B +. Description Part Number Screw Lock Assembly 322-9500-000 N/A Jackpost kit 320-9505-000 N/A Mounting Bracket 90˚ MDM 015-9516-002 . ONLY #2-56 UNC-2B .10) Shell -.67) .89) for 51 Shell Size NOTES: Screw lock assembly (322-9500-000) can be used for front mounting only.025 (0.178 ± . LOCK SCREW MDM MATING FACE RETAINING CLIP .308 (7.093 (2.21) .551 (14.51) 1.500 (12.62) .4) 1/16 (1.49) Panel A Thickness 3/32 (2.16) .13) .36) MAX.000 (0.19) 15 .100 (2.050" Contact Spacing Mounting Hardware Views (for sizes 9-51) This hardware supplied unassembled.265 (32.801 (20.32) .087 (2.89) MAX.15/3.97) 51 1.7) MAX.701 (17.2) 1/32 (0.295 (7.44 ± 0.48) MAX.051 (26.124/.115 (28.408 (10.126 (3.252 (6.13)DIA.5 in/lbs max.16) 37 1. .52 ± 0.13) -. .32) MAX.34) 1.00) 21 .43)/.. MAX.252 (6.865 (21. .401 (10. shipped unassmbled.00) .125 (3.32) TYP.120 (3.185 (4.215 (30. 2 washers.40) .004 (0.60) MAX.13) 1.29) .965 (24.

67) MAX.51) MAX. ONLY .185(4.090 ± . (REF. order either by M83513/5-** or by 320-950X-XXX.06 ± 0.0015 (2.) POTTING WELL (REF.05) MAX. CONNECTOR SHOWN FOR REF ONLY HEX HEAD .91) MAX.17) MAX.025 (12.34) DIA.02) MAX AXIAL FLOAT MATING FACE PART HAS A .29 ± 0.185 (4.27) ACROSS FLATS . POTTING WELL (REF.154 (3.94) MAX.390 (9. .010 (0.185/.187 (4.Micro-D Metal Shell . SIZE 100 ONLY #2-56 UNC-2A THREAD TYP. #2-56 UNC-2B THREAD #4-40 UNC -2A THREAD ..) Figure 1. AXIAL FLOAT #2-56 UNC-2A Float Mount .08) MATING FACE #2-56 UNC-2A PART HAS A .902 (22.44) To order hardware kits separately.(F) Jackscrew .91) MAX. WITH .038)DIA .(K) Standard Profile Jackscrew .25) TH'K (REF.) .75) HEX.Low profile Slotted Head Size 9-51 Size 100* Allen head Optional Head Configuration Plug and Receptacle Low and High Profile Size 9-51 Size 100* (same dimensions) .003 (0.0 in-lbs Dimensions shown in inch (mm) Specifications and dimensions subject to change www. Jackscrew .735 (18.79 ± 0.36 ± 0.020 (0. Jackpost Assembly Size 9-51 Size 100* *Size 100 requires B1 size mounting holes for Mil-Spec hardware Note: Torque values as follows: Size 9-51 4. .004 (0.34) DIA.27) DEEP (REF) .014 ± .5 in-lbs Standard Jackscrew (K)-2.076) MATING FACE CONNECTOR SHOWN FOR REF.155 (3. MOUNTING HOLES .092 (2.050 (1.75) HEX.010 (0. Jackscrew .64) SIZE 100 SAME LOCKWASHER RETAINING NUT .) WITH . Reverse mounting is available on request.361 (9.003 (3.093 (2.81 ± . PLUG (REF.050 (1. .5 in-lbs Shown here is a cutaway view of the float mount for the MDM connector.490 (12.70) .040 (1.031 ± .com 13 . PLUG (REF. The basic shell dimensions are the same for the float mount and the screw mounting hole configurations.062 (1.050" Contact Spacing Mounting Hardware Views (sizes 9-51) This hardware is factory installed.25) TH'K (REF.18) HEX.010 (.57) HEX.91) HEX.ittcannon. . ALLOWABLE AXIAL FLOAT .040 (1.70/4.High Profile Slotted Head Size 9-51 Size 100* .83/4.36) REF.175(4.187 (4.) Figure 2.062 ± . .190/.02) MAX.70) MAX . View shown is for standard float mount front panel mounting.157 ± 0. .) .150 ± . MOUNTING HOLES #2-56 UNC-2A THREAD TYP.0 in-lbs Size 100 6. .100) per MIL-DTL-83513/5 This hardware supplied in kits unassembled (2 pieces of each item). . MDM .45) MAX .868 (22. Size 9-51 Mod Code Part Number M5 320-9508-025 M6 320-9508-027 M2 320-9508-026 M3 320-9508-028 M7 320-9505-033 .125 (3.(L) Low Profile * NOTE: Torque values are as follows: Low Profile Jackscrew (L)-2.10) ALLOWABLE DIAMETRAL FLOAT .092 (2. Mounting Hardware to Military Specification (for sizes 9 .475 ± .25) SIZE 100 SAME Description ** 05 06 02 03 07 Size 100* Mod Code Part Number M15 320-9508-021 M16 320-9508-023 M12 320-9508-022 M13 320-9508-024 M17 320-9505-030 ** 15 16 12 13 17 Slotted Head Jackscrew Assy Low Profile (Figure 1) Slotted Head Jackscrew Assy Low Profile (Figure 2) Allen Head Jackscrew Assy Low Profile (Figure 1) Allen Head Jackscrew Assy High Profile (Figure 2) Jackpost Assy (Figure 3) Figure 3.

70) Panel Thickness 3/32 (2.000 (0.123 ± .005 (3. .64) .058 (1.0 in-lbs Standard Profile Jackscrew (K)-4.13 ) -0.005 . Part Number 320-9505-015 015-9528-000 .125 -.004 1.010 (1. B 90° Angle Mounting Bracket A ± . ALLOWABLE AXIAL FLOAT MATING FACE .40) B Max.97 ± 0.051) DIA .003 (0.13) DIA.79 ± 0.155 (3.13) N/A .000 (10. *2 jackposts.ittcannon.031 ± .185 (4.516 -. 180 -.08) #4-40 UNC-2A THD PART HAS A .002 (2.000 R (3.185 (4.005 (4.174 ± .Micro-D Metal Shell .010 A .8) 3/64 (1.70) MAX.21) .235 ± .6) 1/32 (0. LOCKING POST #4-40 UNC-2B 1.42) . .025) -0.(L) (Low Profile) Jackpost Bushing (for Rear Panel Mounting) ENGAGING FACE Dimensions for Rear Panel Mounting 3/16" HEX.67) MAX.800 ± . MDM #4-40 UNC-2B THD #4-40 UNC-2A THD #4 LOCK WASHER PANEL MAY BE USED WITH .13 +.10) ALLOWABLE DIAMETRAL FLOAT .51 +1.13) -. 2 washers Torque value for size 100 Note: Size 100 requires B mounting hole shell size when using rear panel mount jackposts Dimensions shown in inch (mm) Specifications and dimensions subject to change www.004 . Jackpost .025 (0.32) A Jackpost Kit Number* 320-9505-013 320-9505-012 320-9505-010 320-9505-011 RECEPTACLE SHOWN FOR REF. AXIAL FLOAT .51) MAX.72 ± 0.62 ± 0.(K) Standard *NOTE: Torque values are as follows: Low Profile Jackscrew (L)-4.005 (45.500 (12.4) 1/16 (1.13) .36) MAX THICK PANEL .27) MIN.500 (12.10 ) -0.12 ± 0.050 (1.07) .13) .004 (0.005 (4.395 (10.735 (18. SOCKET HEAD.03) MAX.159 (4.4 ± . +.000 +.116 ± .014 ± .57 +.040 (1.170 (4.09) .(F) Std.005 (5. 2 nuts.00 (38. ONLY . .10) CONNECTOR SHOWN FOR REF.02) MAX.98) ACROSS FLATS . .85) .093 (2.00 .25) TYP.040 (1.70) MAX.0 in-lbs Jackscrew .04) .087 (2.185 (4. MATING SIDE #4-40 UNC-2B NOTHING OR FEMALE THD 90˚Angle Mounting Bracket Note: Size 100 requires .com 14 .70) MAX .401 -.36 ± 0. Description Jackpost kit Mounting Bracket 90˚ MDM This hardware is factory installed.005 (0. Jackscrew .94) MAX.064 ± .161 (4.005 (0.120 dia (B) mounting hole when using Commercial (P) jackpost kits.191 (4. ONLY #4-40 THREAD RETAINING NUT +.70) MAX.370 (9.10 ) -0.18 +0.18 +1.020 (0. HEX.02) MAX AXIAL FLOAT MATING FACE MATING SIDE #4-40 UNC-2A THD Float Mount ..00 DIA.(P) .093 (2. .078 (1.050" Contact Spacing Mounting Hardware Views (for size 100) This hardware supplied unassembled.00) . DEPTH .29 ± .2) A +.042 (1.36) REF.

82) .35) . less chance of damage.82) .) . ** Size 9-51-#2-56 UNC-2B Thread *** Size 100-#4-40 UNC-2B Thread Dimensions shown in inch (mm) Specifications and dimensions subject to change www.308 (7.351 (8. JACKSCREW/JACKPOST BUSHING (FOR REFERENCE ONLY SEE ORDERING INFORMATION BELOW.308 (7.12) B ± .72) C Max.86) REF.45) 2.394 (10.02) MAX.00) MAX.less wear.170 (55.51) 1. .56) 1.82) .935 (23. ALLOWABLE AXIAL FLOAT #2-56 UNC-2A THD (9-51) (TYP.185 (4.com 15 .) ..86) 1..715 (18.315 (8.07) MAX.94) .) MICROSOCKET MICROPIN B A CONNECTOR. PLUG BACKPOTTING. E-RING (TYP.75) 1.435 (36.) CONNECTOR RECEPT C . It is available in all eight standard MDM layouts.13) .005 (0.785 (19.800 (45. Mating hardware is available and can be ordered either separately or included with the connector saver.115 (28.965 (24.050" Contact Spacing Connector Saver Save wear and tear on your equipment and systems connectors by using the "Connector Saver".) MDM Size 9 Shown Size 9 15 21 25 31 37 51 100 Electroless Nickel (A174) Plated With Hardware W/O Hardware MDM98479-86 MDM98479-87 MDM98479-88 MDM98479-89 MDM98479-90 MDM98479-91 MDM98479-92 MDM98479-93 MDM98479-18 MDM98479-19 MDM98479-20 MDM98479-21 MDM98479-14 MDM98479-15 MDM98479-16 MDM98479-17 Cadmium over Nickel (A101) Plated With Hardware W/O Hardware MDM98479-78 MDM98479-79 MDM98479-80 MDM98479-81 MDM98479-82 MDM98479-83 MDM98479-84 MDM98479-85 MDM-97294-371 MDM-97294-372 MDM-97294-373 MDM-97294-374 MDM-97294-375 MDM-97294-376 MDM-97294-377 MDM-97294-717 *Hardware Kits 320-9505-014** 320-9505-014** 320-9505-014** 320-9505-014** 320-9505-014** 320-9505-014** 320-9505-014** 320-9508-014*** A Max. EPOXY INTERFACIAL SEAL .900 (22.085 (27.308 (7.185 (30.01) * Kit contains 2 jackpost/jackscrew bushings and 2 E-Rings. .82) .72) 1.91) 1.308 (7. The multi-matings and unmatings experienced by most connectors during testing and final check out can be eliminated. .ittcannon.308 (7. MDM Simply mate the "Connectors Saver" to your unit and use the opposite side for your testing interface. .97) .16) .70) MAX.10) 1.335 (33.308 (7.29) REF.865 (21.090 (2.32) 1.82) .Micro-D Metal Shell .040 (1.91) .215 (30.. (TYP.265 (32.565 (14. (TYP.13) 1.485 (37. less tear.82) .790 (20.

(Plastic shell) 5 6 7 - 6 6 3 3 3 6 3 6 6 3 3 6 Color coding in accordance with MIL-STD-681.00" — + . #26 AWG per MIL-W-22759/11-26 Color Coded per MIL-STD-681. Solderpot Plug. System 1.5" long. #26 AWG per MIL-W-22759/11-26 . Connector. System 1.MIL-DTL-83513 Part Number Nomenclature – Slash Sheets 1-9 MIL-DTL-83513 M83513/ 01 - H100 . Crimp Type 7 Hardware Only Plug. #26 AWG per MIL-W-22759/11-26-9 (all white) 02 .72" long. consult factory. type S per QQ-W-343. Liquid Crystal Polymer (LCP) Diallyl Phthalate Insulator Polyester Insulator MIL-C-83513 SLASH SHEET 01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 Plug. SHELL FINISH No number .ittcannon. Solderpot Plug. 10 colors repeating .For every Mil Spec Part Number. 10 colors repeating 04 . System 1. - For mounting hardware to Military Specification (sizes 9 to 100) see page 13. #26 AWG per MIL-W-22759/33-26 NOTES: Color Coded per MIL-STD-681.72" long. #26 AWG per MIL-W-22759/33-26-9 (all white) 4 . type S per QQ-W-343. Connector. 10 colors repeating and wire must be per MIL-W-22759/33-26.000" 3 . Gold Plated 07 .For Solderpot 01 . Connector. Tin Plated 08 .For space application.Size 100 not available in / 06 through / 09.200"/-.0" long. #26 AWG per MIL-W-22759/11-26-9 (all white) +1.18" long. #26 AWG per MIL-W-22759/33-26-9 (all white) 10 . Crimp Type Metal Shell Plastic 5 INSERT ARRANGEMENT METAL SHELL A B C D E F G H 9 Contact 15 Contact 21 Contact 25 Contact 31 Contact 37 Contact 51 Contact 100 Contact PLASTIC 9 Contact 15 Contact 21 Contact 25 Contact 31 Contact 37 Contact 51 Contact 5 WIRE TYPE No Number .. ITT has one corresponding 12 . Crimp Type Receptacle. #25 AWG. Connector. Connector. type S per QQ-W-W-343. Connector. See page 83 for color code chart.72" long. Gold Plated 06 .36" long.00"/-0.com 16 .Electroless Nickel A174 3 Dimensions shown in inch (mm) Specifications and dimensions subject to change www.050" Contact Spacing How to Order . Solderpot Receptacle. 10 colors repeating 05 . #26 AWG per MIL-W-22759/11-26Color Coded per MIL-STD-681. 36" and 72" long — 13 .* * **** SERIES MDM MDB MDVB - Metal Shell. System 1.72" long. 10 colors repeating 1 . #25 AWG.for plastic type connector C – for Cadmium/Yellow chromate over nickel N – A174 .00" 14 .Tolerance on wire lengths: 18".36" long.5" and 1. Crimp Type Receptacle. Solderpot Receptacle..18" long. Tin Plated 09 . no parenthesis.36" long.5" long. System 1. #26 AWG per MIL-W-22759/33-26 special P/N. System 1. 10 colors repeating 2 .1. Connector. System 1.36" long. Connector.Micro-D Metal Shell . #25 AWG. 15 . #26 AWG per MIL-W-22759/33-26-9 (all white) 11 .1.18" long.Any deviations to these P/N's will result in assignment of a 16 .18" long. type S per QQ-W-343.. #26 AWG per MIL-W-22759/33-26 part number shown an example Color Coded per MIL-STD-681.0" long. connector shell finish must be "A174" Color Coded per MIL-STD-681. #26 AWG per MIL-W-22759/11-26-9 (all white) 03 . Color Coded per MIL-STD-681. #25 AWG.

Plug. Sizes 9 – 37 17 – Connector. Board Right Angle (BR). Plug. CBR. Size 51 24 – Connector. Sizes 9 – 37 14 – Connector. Type “S”. Type “S”. BR. WIRE TYPE No Number .. Plug.100 Contact 10 . #24 AWG solid copper wire per QQ-W-343. Plug.A ** C * NOTES: 1 2 3 .. Plug.MIL-DTL-83513 Part Number Nomenclature – Slash Sheets 10-27 MIL-DTL-83513 M83513/ SERIES Connector. Size 100 25 – Connector. Receptacle. BR Size 51 21 – Connector.Jackpost (permanently attached) T . Receptacle. BS. Any deviations to these P/N's will result in assignment of a special P/N. Plug.No jackpost P . Size 51 27 – Connector. Receptacle. Electrical. BS. Rectangular Microminiature.. #24 AWG solid copper wire per QQ-W-343. Receptacle. solder dipped 02 . Sizes 9 – 37 20 – Connector. Size 51 18 – Connector.31 Contact . Receptacle. solder dipped SHELL FINISH No letter .Micro-D Metal Shell . Receptacle.Cadmium / Yellow chromate over nickel N . Plug.Electroless Nickel 3 3 HARDWARE N .015 For space application. Sizes 9 – 37 23 – Connector. #24 AWG solid copper wire per QQ-W-343. Sizes 9 – 37 11 – Connector. Condensed Board Right Angle (CBR). Receptacle.140" long. solder dipped 03 .050" Contact Spacing How to Order . Plug.172" long.Threaded insert 2 4 Dimensions shown in inch (mm) Specifications and dimensions subject to change www. BR. Size 100 13 – Connector. BR Size 100 22 – Connector. BS. connector shell finish must be "N".109" long. Size 100 16 – Connector.For every Mil Spec Part Number.37 Contact .21 Contact . CBR.51 Contact . BR. Sizes 9 – 37 26 – Connector. Plug. Receptacle.15 Contact .ittcannon.. CBR Size 51 15 – Connector. Board Straight (BS). BS Size 100 INSERT ARRANGEMENT METAL SHELL A B C D E F G H 9 Contact . CBR. CBR.for plastic type connector C .25 Contact .For Solderpot 01 . Type “S”. Polarized Shell PC Board Mounting MIL-C-83513 SLASH SHEET 10 – Connector. Size 51 12 – Connector.com 17 . ITT has one corresponding part number - Tolerance on wire lengths ±. consult customer service. BS. Size 100 19 – Connector. Receptacle.

board-to-cable and cable-to-cable applications.) MDM * .Jackposts M83513/5-17 (Size 100) No letter ..Jackposts M7 .109 (2.com 18 .18) L56 .Pin (Plug) S ..Yellow Chromate/Cadmium over Nickel A174 .. CBR) board thickness.83) L39 .38) Standard L61 .Right Angle Narrow Profile PCB Terminations MOUNTING HARDWARE (Shell Flange) P .ittcannon. 31.Micro "D" Metal Shell INSULATOR MATERIAL Liquid Crystal Polymer (LCP) CONTACT ARRANGEMENT 9.050" Contact Spacing MDM-PCB MDM-PCB connectors are designed for use with flex circuitry.Black Anodize (For special modification codes.Right Angle PCB Termination CBR . and 100 TERMINATION TYPE BS . flat cable and printed circuit boards or multi-layer boards.150 (3.Threaded Insert #2-56 Thd for Shell Sizes 9 thru 51 #4-40 Thd for Shell Size 100 No letter .77) ±.T L39 A174 CONTACT TYPE P . 51. Jackpost mounting for use with locking hardware is also available.Micro-D PCB .none MOUNTING HARDWARE FOR PCB T ..25 P BS P . How to Order . 37.Jackposts M83513/5-07 (Sizes 9-51) M17 . 15.015 (0.35) L58 .MDM-PCB Series R RoHS COMPLIANCE SERIES INSULATOR MATERIAL CONTACT ARRANGEMENT CONTACT TYPE TERMINATION TYPE MOUNTING HARDWARE (Shell Flange) MOUNTING HARDWARE FOR PCB TERMINATION TAIL LENGTH MODIFICATION CODE SHELL FINISH MODIFICATION CODES SERIES MDM .190 (4.250 (6.. 21.Electroless Nickel A172 .81) L57 . MDM-PCB connectors are available in 8 shell sizes with 9 to 100 contacts. 25.52) SHELL FINISH MODIFICATION CODES None ..Straight PCB Termination BR . Terminations may be straight (BS) or at 90˚ right angle (BR. They use the standard MDM metal shell and provide high density and high reliability in board-to-board.Socket (Receptacle) NOTE: Back molding material – Epoxy Hysol #MG40FS Dimensions shown in inch (mm) Specifications and dimensions subject to change www.none TERMINATION TAIL LENGTH MODIFICATION CODE None .125 (3.375 (9.Irridite/Alodine A30 .Gold over Nickel A141 . consult customer service..

68) .70) .12) 1.81) 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 . solder or tin dipped All Termination Configurations .308 (7.10) .050" Contact Spacing BS (Board Straight) Series A B C .355 (9.54) x .19) .000 (50.81) .308 (7.390 (35.165 (4.308 (7.050 (1.150 (29.303 (7.165 (4.19) .82) . K * CAV.10) .070 (77.484 (12.634 (16.150 (3.150 (3.100 (2.70) .27) 6 7 8 9 NOTE: Dimensions shown are for reference only-consult factory for final design dimensions.005 (3.54) TYP.43) .56) 1.340 (59.38) LAST CAV.44) 2. "M17" for size 100.27) 5 1 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 .340 (59.10) .81) 100 Contacts NOTE: Standard lead termination is #24 AWG.10) .460 (11.185 (4.165 (4.13) 1.81) 31 Contacts 37 Contacts 51 Contacts 76 52 27 1 2 77 53 28 3 78 54 29 4 79 55 30 5 80 56 81 57 82 58 33 7 8 83 59 34 9 84 60 85 61 36 10 11 86 62 37 12 87 63 38 13 88 64 39 14 89 65 40 15 90 66 41 16 91 67 42 17 92 68 43 18 93 69 44 19 94 70 95 71 46 20 21 96 72 47 22 97 73 48 23 98 74 49 24 99 75 50 25 100 31 6 32 35 45 51 26 .15) 1.384 (35. add letter "P" or "M7" for sizes 9-51.19) .10) .82) .51) .308 (7.21) 1.02) .43) .460 (11. RECEPTACLE G D E MDM-PCB F .351 (8. Size 9-51) .05 ± 0.82) .44 ± 0.265 (32.70) .165 (4.13) Size 100 CAV.91) 1.54) Grid Pattern.390 (35.15 (2.10) .31) 1.19) .355 (9. solid copper.72) D Max.72) 2.150 (3.715 (18.99) .13) 1.935 (23.686 (17.82) .02) .77 ± 0. 1.375 (9.26) 1.80) 2.92) .20) 2.48) .70) .21) 1.19) .555 (14.42) .31) 1.185 (4.82) .02) .308 (7.265 (32. .Micro-D PCB .175 (55.308 (7.485 (37.355 (9. PLUG .32) 1.ittcannon.884 (22.115 (28.32) 1.100 (2.270 (67.965 (24.64) .52) .690 (43.253 (6.185 (4.965 (24.690 (43. .97) .19) .390 (35.18) 1.10) .935 (23.56) 1.35) .02) .02) .308 (7.165 (4.72) TYP.102 (27.27) 1 2 3 4 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 .355 (9.75) .86) 1. .185 (4.99) 1.72) MAX.185 (30.050 (1.715 (18.555 (14.75) .97) .21) .02) K Max.150 (29.70) .215 (30.198 (5.83) .80) 2.02) .70) 3.93) 1.150 (29.185 (4.19) .27) Part Number By Shell Size MDM-9PBS* MDM-9SBS* MDM-15PBS* MDM-15SBS* MDM-21PBS* MDM-21SBS* MDM-25PBS MDM-25SBS* MDM-31PBS* MDM-31SBS* MDM-37PBS* MDM-37SBS* MDM-51PBS* MDM-51SBS* MDM-100PBS* A Max.308 (7.43) .351 (8.150 (3.435 (36.253 (6.335 (33.355 (9.253 (6.040 (51.27) .005 (2.81) 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 9 Contacts 15 Contacts .050 (1.109 ± 0.72) 1. use reverse order for socket connector.19) .70) .565 (14.555 (14.555 (14.555 (14.02) .93) 1.450 (36.555 (14.355 (9.68) H Max.75) 1. .01) G Max.10) .165 (4.270 (67.45) 2.120 ± .225 (5.30) F Max.94) .785 (19.79) .508 (38. .552 (13.82) .686 (17.225 (5.82) 2.31) 1.10) .13) .92) .355 (9.005 (.94) .02) .18) 1.97) .555 (14.355 (9.51) 1.800 (45.253 (6.500 (38.334 (8.02) .271 (6.050 (1. 25 Contacts 36 19 1 2 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 35 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 .82) .555 (14.88) .355 (9.100 (2.040 (51.402 (10.72) 1.81) 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 . H JACKPOST (9-51) #2-56 UNC-2B TYP.10) .550 (12.100 (2.16) .10) 1.70) .02) .34) 2.785 (19.308 (7.16) .450 (36.19) J Max.82) .82) .085 (27.82) .35) .82) .72) 1.. .24) E Max.000 (50.800 (45. Offset .050 (1.29) .19) .13) DIA.53) .20) 1.10) 1.43) . .70) .165 (4.72) .115 (28.355 (9.19) .165 (4. PCB Termination Arrangements* (Viewed from PCB solder side) Identification number shown for plug connector.31) 1.984 (24.19) .355 (9.165 (4. .com 19 .485 (37.555 (14. .555 (14.303 (7.21) 1.734 (18.82) .10) .83) 1.500 (38.335 (33.27) 21 Contacts .050 (1.308 (7.45) .394 (10.10) .952 (24.165 (4.034 (26.435 (36.10) .800 (45.10) . .165 (4.550 (12. #1 J LAST CAV.555 (14.565 (14.100 (53.355 (9.24) 2.43) .27) 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 .800 (71.096 ± . #1 .19) .007 (.03) MAX.44) 2.308 (7.555 (14.165 (4.165 (4.296 (7.02) .070 (77.215 (30.66) 3.10) 1.186 (4.800 (71.12) C ±.37) .72) 1.085 (27.555 (14. .98) 2.390 (35.54) REF.800 (45.185 (4.355 (9.052 (26.165 (4.02) .555 (14.83) 1.228 (5.70) .72) MDM-100SBS* *For jackpost.21) 1.308 (7. JACKPOST (100) #4-40 UNC-2B TYP.82) 2.10) 1.02) .43) .740 (44.702 (17.34) 2.050 (1.355 (9.175 (55.865 (21.253 (6.19) .185 (30.10) .150 (3.45) 1.150 (29.100 (53. Dimensions shown in inch (mm) Specifications and dimensions subject to change www.740 (44.98) B ±.66) 2.91) 1.865 (21.86) 1.150 (3.802 (20.253 (6.

253 (6.865 (21.99) 1.83) 1.308 (7.565 (14.82) .225 (5.56) . B D .27). .552 (13.484 (12.253 (6.965 (24. add letter "P" or "M7" for sizes 9-51.600 (40.38) F CAV.308 (7.81) 6 7 8 9 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 1 .50) C ± .70) .8 ± 0.096 ± .63) 1.308 (7.47) 2.31) .72) 1.Micro-D PCB .634 (16.150 (3.394 (10.005 (.18) 1.16) .45) 9 Contacts .37) .394 (10.884 (22. 1.455 (11.86) 1.690 (42.253 (6.32) 1. solid copper.034 (26.56) ..43) .37) 1.100 TYP.64) 1.81) .70) .27) TYP.56) .455 (11. Offset .64) 2.56) .500 (63.82) .50) 2.455 (11. .32) 1.82) 2.92) .455 (11.185 (4. .18) .93) 1. MDM-PCB JACKPOST #2-56 UNC-2B TYP.82) .150 (3.550 (39.ittcannon.308 (7.450 (36.100 (53.74 (69.965 (24.125 ± .81) .82) .34) 2.72) 2.13) .755 (19.97) .54) Grid Pattern.875 (47.81) 100 Contacts NOTE: Standard lead termination is #24 AWG. gold plated.185 (4.150 (3.56) .16) .56) .51) 1.100 (2.198 (5.115 (28.715 (18.100 (53.35) .984 (24.10) .455 (11.300 (33.56) .52) 2.702 (17.109 ± .72) B ± . Dimensions shown in inch (mm) Specifications and dimensions subject to change www.150 (3.70) .13) 1.253 (6.18) 1.050 (1.27) 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 36 19 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 34 35 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 1 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 . .715 (18.70) .63) 2.150 (3.455 (11.27) 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 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 .800 (45.600 (40.81) 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 .48) .43) .150 (3.82) .308 (7.875 (47.175 (4.455 (11.271 (6.508 (38.97) .052 (26.56) .150 ± .150 (3.72) . PLUG .74 (69.81) 15 Contacts 21 Contacts .72) MAX.375 (9.050 (1.050 (1. .72) D Max.253 (6.82) .05) MAX.54) TYP.865 (21.35) .390 (35.308 (7.53) 2 3 4 5 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 . Part Number By Shell Size MDM-9PBR* MDM-9SBR* MDM-15PBR* MDM-15SBR* MDM-21PBR* MDM-21SBR* MDM-25PBR* MDM-25SBR* MDM-31PBR* MDM-31SBR* MDM-37PBR* MDM-37SBR* MDM-51PBR* MDM-51SBR* MDM-100PBR* MDM-100SBR* A Max.44 ± 0.540 (39.296 (7.005 (2.81) 31 Contacts 37 Contacts 51 Contacts .185 (4.81) .34) 1.340 (59.102 (27.351 (8.040 (51.21) 1.040 (51.800 (45.351 (8.540 (39.83) .455 (11.15) 1.455 (11.755 (19.12) 1.35) .050" Contact Spacing BR (Board Right Angle) Series A C .185 (4.402 (10.43) .790 (45.31) 1.01) .52) .02) 1.308 (7.com 20 .86) 1.215 (30.455 (11.952 (24.18) G Max. .43) .150 (29.82) .565 (14.37) 1.800 (45. .99) .81) 25 Contacts .308 (7.010 (3.450 (36.265 (32.384 (35.100 (2.215 (30.45) .82) .253 (6.79) .62) 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 .228 (5.455 (11.150 (3.70) .56) . use reverse order for socket connector.47) 1.565 (14.25) PCB Termination Arrangements (Viewed from bottom of connector.015 (3.77 ± 0.18 ± 0.02) 1.300 (7.007 (.802 (20. PCB solder side.56) .565 (14.64) . All Termination Configurations .390 (35.97) .334 (8.308 (7. #1 LAST CAV.56) .43) .29) .26) 1.550 (39.31) 1.) Identification number shown for plug connector. "M17" for size 100.21) 1.13) 1.82) .300 (33.115 (28.185 (4.44) 1.72) 1.82) .734 (18.51) .81) .265 (32.01) *For jackpost.800 (45.790 (45.72) 1.70) .500 (63.01) F Max.015 (2.186 (4.82) .43) .10) E Max.394 (10.12) 1.150 (3.185 (4.72) 2.455 (11.21) .93) 1. .690 (42.340 (59.88) . .050 (1.308 (7.38) E G .92) .54) x . solder or tin dripped.308 (7.83) 1.150 (3.44) 2.100 (2.82) .56) .35) .150 (29.308 (7.

308 (7.51) 13 9 8 3 7 9 Contacts View X 15 Contacts View X .52) .865 (21.35) .11) 12 11 24 25 10 22 23 9 21 20 8 7 19 6 5 4 17 18 3 15 16 2 1 14 .73) 37 35 36 34 61 59 60 84 85 29 27 28 30 73 74 69 67 68 94 92 93 57 58 82 55 56 80 81 53 54 78 79 52 76 77 66 90 91 62 86 87 100 99 98 97 .005 (.70) .250 (6.185 (30.Micro-D PCB .94) . .150 (3.185 (30.30) .12) 2.384 (35.82) .86) 1.100 ± . G F H .308 (7.005 (2. 4 12 13 11 3 10 2 1 9 8 15 .130 (3.965 (24.97) .35) .253 (6.40) 1.005 (3.67) .485 (37.21) .308 (7.30) .102 (27.935 (23.43) .35) . B C F G H H G SEE VIEW X .51) .35) .000 (25.67) . (Size 9-51) SEE VIEW Y * * FOR 31: 1.51) 1. .99) 1.785 (19.485 (37.51) .35) .15) 1. FOR 51: 1.108 (2.00) 15 16 30 14 29 31 28 13 12 27 11 10 25 26 9 24 23 22 8 7 21 20 6 5 19 18 4 3 17 2 1 19 18 37 17 16 35 34 15 .420 (10.275 (6.35) .335 (33.935 (23. PCB solder side.67) .56) MAX.32) 1.13) .158 (4.815 (46.308 (7.130 (3.250 (6.54 ± 0. FOR 37: 1.052 (26.94) .72) C Max.250 (6.com 21 .81) .034 (26.185 (4.91) 1. .86) 1.308 (7.29) .72) 1.15) .565 (14.11) 10 11 21 20 9 19 8 7 18 6 17 16 5 4 3 14 15 13 2 1 12 .420 (10.130 (3.185(30.97) . JACKPOST #4-40 UNC 2B TYP.43) .10) D Max.56) 1.300 (7.32) 1.30) .170 (55.100 (2. "M17" for size 100.520 (13.65) 13 14 33 32 12 31 30 11 10 29 9 8 28 27 7 6 26 25 5 4 24 23 3 2 22 21 1 17 18 15 16 13 14 11 12 10 27 9 43 45 44 42 8 7 41 26 40 6 5 25 4 3 23 24 38 22 2 1 21 19 20 36 26 25 24 51 50 75 23 22 49 48 21 19 20 47 18 45 46 44 71 72 96 95 70 17 16 43 42 15 14 41 40 65 13 12 39 38 63 64 88 11 10 9 8 7 6 33 32 5 4 31 3 2 1 20 35 34 33 32 31 30 29 46 28 47 .92) .083 (2.308 (7.050 (1.130 (3.45) 1.26) 25 Contacts View X .72) 1.26) 1.565 (14.020 (0. .70) .634 (16.420 (10.335 (33.73) 7 5 6 14 .12) B ± .15) 1.020 (0.334 (8.253 (6.ittcannon.35) .10) 1. TYP.43) . use reverse order for socket connector. 1.56) 1.88) .21) .130 (3.198 (5.16) . (Size 9-51) D CAV.109 ± .31) DIA.250 (6.82) .250 (6.010 (.21) .402 (10.800 (45.13) 1.200 (5.253 (6.050" Contact Spacing CBR (Condensed Board Right Angle) Series LAST CAV. ** .308 (7.82) .734 (18.185 (4.35) .005 (2.520 (13.185 (4.250 (6.325 (8.015 (2..92) .125 ± .351 (8.508 (38.170 (55.70) .70)MAX.10) 1.952 (24.420 (10.10) MAX.35) .21) .TYP.72) 1.27) .16) .085(27.08) .67) .000 (25.230 (5.91) 1.45) 2.715 (18.) Identification number shown for plug connector.400 (10.11) 5 4 2 1 . E Max.185 (4.552 (13.21) . Dimensions shown in inch (mm) Specifications and dimensions subject to change www.83) .82) .31) DIA.715 (18.400 (10.420 (10.51) 36 51 50 49 48 39 37 .085 (27.16) H ± .70) . .083 (2.67) .253 (6.67) .308 (7.225(31.27).75) .35) .67) .82) .184 (4.050 (1.130 (3.215 (30.394 (10.420 (10.802 (20.43) .100 (2.100 (2.82) .420 (10.020 (0. solid copper.08) *For jackpost. Offset .215 (30.25) .228 (5.250 (6.484 (12. add letter "P" or "M7" for sizes 9-51.984 (24.083 (2.308 (7. #1 E .300 (7.185 (4.265 (32.271 (6.01) NOTE: Standard lead termination is #24 AWG. .050 (1.10) MAX.265 (32.30) .296 (7.115 (28.200 (5.18 ± 0.82) .13) 1.250 (6.30) .48) .435 (36.43) .25) .51) 6 .230 (5.79) .650 (16.965 (24.72) MAX.020 (0.085 (27.800 (45.253 (6.010 (.520 (13.308 (7.51) 21 Contacts View X .130 (3. RECEPT.435 (36.27) TYP. Part Number By Shell Size MDM-9PCBR* MDM-9SCBR* MDM-15PCBR* MDM-15SCBR* MDM-21PCBR* MDM-21SCBR* MDM-25PCBR* MDM-25SCBR* MDM-31PCBR* MDM-31SCBR* MDM-37PCBR* MDM-37SCBR* MDM-51PCBR* MDM-51SCBR* MDM-100PCBR* MDM-100SCBR* A Max.096 ± .62) .130 (3.81) .99) . .37) .51) .82) .30) .394 (10.54) TYP.702 (17.97) .130 (3.40) G ± .351 (8.01) .81) .30) .30) .35) .650 (16.250 (6.130 (3.020 (0.186 (4.01) F Max.54) Grid Pattern.865 (21.30) .12) MAX.72) 1.82) .03) MAX.67) .308 (7.38) A C + + MDM-PCB JACKPOST 2-56 UNC-2B TYP.253 (6.13) 89 83 31 Contacts View Y 37 Contacts View Y 51 Contacts View Y 100 Contacts View W All Termination Configurations .250 (6.520 (13.185 (4.785 (19.10) .45) .020 (0. .183 (4.81) .35) .35) . SEE VIEW W F 100 VIEW PCB Termination Arrangements (Viewed from bottom of connector.64) .98) .108 (2.150 (3.18) 1.30) .884 (22.308 (7. solder or tin dripped.62) .70) .82) .82) .75) 1.394 (10.420 (10.82) .44 ± 0.250 (6.115 (28.35) .16) .43) .54) x .77 ± 0.PLUG .70) .250 (6.

31 ± 0.7/34 strand.51 ± 0. 1.Irridite/alodine A30 .435 (36. (2.091 ± .308 (7.Military specification hardware. (L) 2 .215 ± .#26 AWG. 7P2. please consult the factory.22) dia.350 (8. . see page 11 for military hardware codes.86 ± 0.351 (8.89) MAX.005 (24.003 DIA.05) dia. This offers the versatility of combining power and signal lines in the same connector. .Gold over nickel A141 .54) MAX.18". H . 1.003 DIA. 7C2.08) Receptacle .86 ± 0..800 (20. 10C10.67) MAX.091 ± . .Socket F . 24V rms.05) MAX. (H) 003 .416 (10.Solid-uninsulated wire.416 (10. .82) MAX .32) MAX.Micro-D Coaxial/Power .45) MAX. 24C4/24P4 1. (2..Harness-insulated wire.800 (20.100 (2. yellow.005 (30.32) MAX.No hardware standard TERMINATION TYPE . Power Contacts Coaxial Contacts BACK POTTING REQUIRED .54) MAX.100 (2. Plug Receptacle Plug Receptacle Dimensions shown in inch (mm) Specifications and dimensions subject to change www. mounting holes for sizes 9-51. .31 ± 0. hole for size 100 contact arrangements.429 (10.186 (4.050" Contact Spacing MDM Coaxial The MDM Metal Shell Connectors have been tooled in several coaxial layouts and offer the versatility of combining coaxial and signal lines in the same connector.45) MAX. MDM Coaxial/Power Power and coaxial contacts can be interchanged as desired.31) dia.) (Per MIL-DTL-83513) } (L) 1 .05) MAX.215 ± . #26 AWG.1" uninsulated solid #25 AWG gold plated copper.57) MAX. .186 (4. S .429 (10. 24P4 (power) or combination of HARDWARE coax and power SHELL FINISH MOD CODES CONTACT TYPE P . + + + .ittcannon.51) MAX. (2.com 22 .1475 (3.Black anodize HARDWARE M .90) MAX.003 DIA. .003 DIA.67) MAX.92) MAX.185 (30.Jackscrew-low profile 7C2/7P2 1.10) MAX.091 (2. hole for size 100.050 (26.100 (2. hole for size 100. .965 ± . . P . 24C4 (coaxial) TERMINATION CODE 16P5.Electroless nickel A172 .92) MAX. .13) + + TERMINATION CODE* (H) 001 . Standard coax is RG178 white. SHELL FINISH MOD CODES No Number .54) MAX. L .091 ± .435 (36.100 (2.125 (3.1/2" uninsulated solid #25 AWG gold plated copper.75) dia.050 (26. hole for sizes 9-51. (2.Jackpost K . *See page 79 and 81 for additional Termination codes.185 (30.31 ± 0.005 (24. 308 (7.51 ± 0.82) MAX.Jackscrew-standard profile L . . Type E Teflon. 7/34 strand.31 ± 0. . 1.13) + . AWG #16 stranded. 10P10.005 (30.351 (8. Power contacts are rated at 13 amps.Solder pot to accept #26 AWG MAX. harness wire.18) dia.13) .54) MAX. 1.10) MAX. Type E Teflon. (Not available with power B1 .18".Pin S .08) Plug Receptacle 1. .120 (3. .166 (4. .Float mount B .965 ± . A . 1. + + . MIL-W-16878/4. color coded to MIL-STD-681 System I.XXX CONTACT TYPE CONTACT ARRANGEMENTS TERMINATION TYPE 9-15-21-25-31-37-51-100 (standard) 16C5.091 ± . Any modifications to these layouts or new requirements..08) .(Standard cadmium/yellow chromate over nickel A174 .08) Plug . MIL-W-16878/4. How to Order For MIL-DTL-83513 ordering information see pages 16 and 17 RoHS COMPLIANCE SERIES MDM: (Size 9-100) Liquid Crystal Polymer (LCP) MDM: (Combo Layout) Diallyl Phthalate (DAP) SERIES CONTACT ARRANGEMENTS R MDM 51 P H 001 P . . MDM C/P MDM Power The same insulator that is used with coaxial contacts is available with power contacts.92) MAX.199 (5.92) MAX.199 (5.13) .90) MAX.

tin-lead plated Glass filled diallyl phthalate per MIL-M-14. Type SDGF Copper alloy. 37. of contacts Dielectric withstanding voltage Insulation resistance Wire size Contact termination MECHANICAL FEATURES Size or length Service class Coupling Polarization Contact spacing Shell style Mild steel. An interfacial seal provides environmental protection when mated. Hermetic-MDMH Features • Hermetically sealed connector designed for those applications where a vacuum.com 23 . • Silicone elastomer compression interfacial seal to provide a moisture and humidity seal between each contact and between contacts and shell. offer electro-magnetic (EMI) and RFI shielding.mild steel gold plated Compression glass 1 micron cubic ft/hr max (1.04 x 10-5 cc/sec at 1 ATM pressure differential) 9 to 100 150 VAC 5000 Mohm minimum #26 through #30 AWG Solder pot 8 sizes Hermetically sealed Friction/jacks Keystone shaped shells . 51. 21. inert gas or a constant controlled pressure are required to eliminate adverse effects created by atmospheric changes. The connector utilizes size 24 AWG contacts that are compression glass sealed through a steel shell and into a diallyl pthalate front end insulator.Microminiature Connectors MDMH connectors are ideal for applications requiring a better seal than can be achieved with epoxy resins. Solder pots . gold plated sockets on mild steel gold plated pins. Specifications Standard materials & finishes Shell Insulator Contacts Hermetic seal Leak rate ELECTRICAL DATA No. 31.27) centers Receptacle. solder mount How to Order MDMH – 51 Hermetic Micro D Receptacle Series Contact layout 9. 25.050 (1. • Steel shells to provide greater strength.ittcannon. MDMH receptacles mate with standard MDM plugs. 15. 100 S S Socket Contacts (only) Termination type Dimensions shown in inch (mm) Specifications and dimensions subject to change www. We recommend MDMH receptacles be soldered to the chassis or container for a completely leak-proof joint. prevent chipping. cracking or breaking.

215 (30.365 (9. 5 4 3 2 1 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 Hermetic-MDMH 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 9 8 7 6 15 14 13 12 11 10 9 21 20 19 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 25 24 23 22 21 20 19 18 17 16 15 14 9 Contacts 15 Contacts 21 Contacts 25 Contacts 4 3 2 1 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 19 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 35 34 33 32 31 30 29 28 27 26 25 24 23 22 21 20 19 31 30 29 28 27 26 25 24 23 22 21 20 19 18 17 37 36 35 34 33 32 31 30 29 28 27 26 25 24 23 22 21 20 51 50 49 48 47 46 45 44 43 42 41 40 39 38 37 36 31 Contacts 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 37 Contacts 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 46 47 48 49 50 51 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 51 Contacts 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 99 100 100 Contacts Contact identification numbers are for reference only and do not appear on insulator or connector body.261 (6.265 (32.185 (30.86) .16) .430 (10.078 (52.038 (26.13) .585 (40.261 (6.ittcannon.35) .74) .26) F ±.770 (17.261 (6.005 (0.63) .035 (26.888 (22.29) 1.16) .32) .01) .72) 1.310 (8.92) .100 (27.00) .965 (24.285 (32.92) .430 (10.865 (21.63) .86 .430 (10.63) .435 (36.97) D max .86) .715 (18.78) C max .com 24 .430 (10.565 (14.270 (6.64) 1.27) E max .270 (6.72) G max .473 (12.455 (36.260) MAX A B F 4.67) 1.Microminiature Connectors Contact Arrangements Face vew of socket insert .58 (.41) Dimensions shown in inch (mm) Specifications and dimensions subject to change www.261 (6.400 (10.430 (10.388 (35.94) 1.115 (28.270 (6.26) 2.535 (38.63) .800 (20.63) .050 (26.738 (18.076) MAX C Part Number by shell size MDMH-9S MDMH-15S MDMH-21S MDMH-25S MDMH-31S MDMH-37S MDMH-51S MDMH-100S A max .55) 1.51) 1.48) 1.78) B max .270 (6.261 (6.199) MAX 1.78) .93 (.410 (10.950 (24.63) . Shell Dimensions 6.10) 1.885 (22.53) 1.99) 2.32) 1.86) .87) 1.45) 1.522 (13.86) 1.270 (6.86) .137 (28.800 (45.97) .288 (32.00) .06 (.92) .430 (10.13) 1.92) .use reverse order for wiring side.438 (36.13) 1.270 (6.92) .92) .180) MAX D G E 2 HOLES 2-56 UNC (9-51 WAY) 4-40 UNC (100 WAY) 5.36) 1.275 (57.315 (8.261 (6.86) .61 (.97) .26) 1.550 (13.

15. low profile M6.Jacknut assembly P .Pin (plug) Dimensions shown in inch (mm) Specifications and dimensions subject to change Termination type: H .125 (3.050) centres and mates with the standard MDM plugs.27 (. 500. Cannon have developed a range of filter connectors to suit most applications. 1000.socket (receptacle) P .Flange mounting.Flange mounting. socket Interfacial seal ELECTRICAL DATA No. RFI and EMP shielding.Allen head jackscrew assembly. 25.092 (2.lead. Silicone interfacial environmental seal. solid uninsulated wire Termination: Consult standard wire termination code for lead material and lead length Mounting code: A .27) centers Single piece receptacle How to Order TMDM – C1 Series Filter type Number of contacts Contact style Termination type Termination/modifier code Mounting code Modification code Series: Filter TMDM . Glass filled diallyl phthalate insulator.1000 pF capacitance C4 1300 .500 pF capacitance C2 C3 700 . Type SDGF Copper alloy. Rugged aluminum one piece shell.2000 pF capacitance Number of contacts: 9. 24 AWG socket contacts on 1. * To be assigned as required * No number = Standard tin/lead finish 15 S H 001 B- * www. A variety of filter types for each pin. Features • • • • • Filter-TMDM Transverse monolith filter for EMI and RFI shielding. 2000 picofarads C 6 sizes Friction/jackscrews Keystone shaped shell .18) mounting holes B . Ø. 37 only Contact style: S .Low profile (slotted head) M2 . The TMDM receptacle accommodates from 8 to 37 sizes. low profile M3 .ittcannon.Metal housing Filter type: “C” capacitor type C1 150 . 21. 50 microinch gold per MIL-G-45204. Ø.Allen head jackscrew assembly.Slot head jackscrew assembly.050 (1. Type ll. high profile M7 .com 25 . Codes. high profile M5 .Slot head jackscrew assembly. insulated solid or stranded wire L .harness.Micro “D” . 31.250 pF capacitance 300 . Specifications Standard materials & finishes Shell Insulator Contact.Jackpost Modification code: Shell finish MOD. 250.34) mounting holes L .Microminiature Connectors With an increasing number of MDM connectors being used in avionics and military equipment and with increasing emphasis being put on EMI. of contacts Dielectric withstanding voltage Insulation resistance Voltage rating (working) Current rating Maximum capacitance Filter type MECHANICAL FEATURES Size or length Coupling Polarization Contact spacing Shell style Aluminum alloy per QQ-A-200/8 with electroless nickel finish per QQ-N-290 Glass filled diallyl phthalate per MIL-M-14. Class l Silicone base rubber 9 to 37 300 VAC 5000 Mohm at 100 VDC 100 VDC 3 amps max.

6) 30 (762.38) .52) .38) .94) .13 (.80) 2.Microminiature Connectors Guaranteed Minimum Attenuation Filter designation C1 C2 C3 C4 Capacitance range (pF) 150 .70) B max .100 (28.30) 1.16) .500 (63.299) (.270 (6. Code L61 L56 L57 L39 L58 L1 L14 L2 L7 L6 L6 L10 Length .10) 1.35) .10) 2.97) .2) 72 (1828.270 (6.251 (6.1000 1300 .86) .32 (.308 (7.13) 1.83) .375 (9.270 (6.150 (3.085 (27.38) .36) .16) .308 (7.308 (7.0) 12 (304.ittcannon.308 (7.78) .60 10.com 26 .003) Part Number by shell size MDMT-9S* MDMT-15S* MDMT-21S* MDMT-25S* MDMT-31S* MDMT-37S* A max .86) .83) .965 (24.05) 1.400 (10.97) .251 (6.251 (6.500 700 .750 max for pre-wired versions (H modifier above) F max ±0.17) .8) 120 (3048.83) .800 (20.90) 1.32) .0) 36 (914.091) ± 0.308 (7.86) .60) 1.700 (17.700 (17.70) .335 (33. For additional codes please refer to Appendix on page 79 and 81.935 (23.8) 18 (457.865 (21.400 (10.2) 20 (508.550 (13.18) .90 (.270 (6.2) 3 6 (152.83) .81) .800 (20.0) All Yellow H020 H019 H026 H029 H028 H001 H038 H009 H010 H011 H013 H017 H042 Color Coded H027 H016 H034 H025 H002 H003 H023 H004 H005 H006 H048 H046 H041 Solid Uninsulated Type (L) #25 AWG gold plated copper.38) .950 (24.06 (.00) D max .785 (19.98) .86) .500 (38.86) E max .86) .250 300 .251 (6.52) 1. Harness Type (H) #26 AWG per MIL-W-16878/4 Type E Teflon.251 (6.0) 24 (509.565 (14.550 (13. stranded Length (76.500)* MAX MAX 5.4) 48 (1219.270 (6.2) 10 (254.308 (7.2000 5 3 8 3 7 13 10 MHz 15 MHz 30 MHz Minimum Insertion Loss-decibels 50 MHz 100 MHz 200 MHz 4 6 13 18 6 12 17 23 15 18 25 30 Filter-TMDM 500 MHz 20 25 38 40 1 GHz 35 40 48 50 Standard Wire Termination Codes Cannon Modification Codes – (Not Mil Spec) The following termination codes are listed for your information.125 (.13) 1.32) .78) .83) C *.08 (.199) MAX D G E 2 HOLES Ø2.005) .40) 1.485 (37.75) 1.50) 3.83) . All wire lengths are minimum.38) Dimensions shown in inch (mm) Specifications and dimensions subject to change www.00) C max .000 (50.265 (32.185 (30.500 (12.750 (19.950 (24.250 (5.115 (28.83) .270 (6.38) .190 (4.20) G max .4) 8 (203.20) Shell Dimensions A F B 7.000 (25.251 (6.715 (18.000 (76.100 (28.

Microminiature Connectors Typical Filter Performance Filter-TMDM 70 1300-2000 pF 60 700-1000 pF ATTENUATION (dB) 50 40 300-500 pF 30 150-250 pF 20 10 0 1 10 100 FREQUENCY (MHz) 1000 Dimensions shown in inch (mm) Specifications and dimensions subject to change www.com 27 .ittcannon.

Multi-indent crimp Coaxial Cable MECHANICAL FEATURES Size or Length Coupling Polarization Contact Spacing Centers Shell Styles .for screw mount only) .31) hole diameter R MD** 1- 9 P H 001 P Dimensions shown in inch (mm) Specifications and dimensions subject to change www. #26 AWG.com 28 .Military specification hardware. Pigtail lead and harness description must be given by the customer.Jackscrew-standard L . How to Order PCB ordering information .RG-178/U (Not available for MD clip mount) . Type E Teflon. MIL-W-16878/4. (L) 1 .Screw mounting-Polyester CONTACT SPACING 1 . See page 9 CONTACT TYPE P . which is often desirable in high density arrangements.Copper alloy.27) centers. harness wire. MD** • Glass-filled diallyl phthalate thermoset material used in high temperature applications that is immune to cleaning solvents. (L) 2 .Jackpost K . Shown below are various methods of termination.No hardware . lightweight connectors.Micro-D Plastic Shell . MICRO-D connectors can also be custom harnessed to meet any customer requirement of single or multiple connectors.Jackscrew-low profile F . These connectors are available in 2 insulator materials. 7/34 strand. • Glass-filled polyester thermoplastic that is not affected by cleaning solvents and exhibits excellent dielectric properties.5" #25 AWG.9 to 51: (1 arrangement of 5 contacts and 2 coaxials . 7 shell sizes accommodating from 9 to 51 contacts and a special arrangement of 5 micro contacts and 2 coaxials..050 (1.Friction/jackscrews . see page 13.050" Contact Spacing Microminiature Rectangular Connectors with MICRO-Pin Contacts on . color coded to MIL-STD-681 System I. Yellow. Specifications MATERIALS AND FINISHES Shell/Insulator (One Piece) MD/MDB: Glass-filled thermoset plastic MDV/MDVB: Thermoplastic Contacts .050 (1.Pin S .Insulated solid or stranded wire L .Screw mounting-Diallyl phthalate MDVB .27mm) . No designator .#24 thru #32 AWG . 7/34 strand. gold plated copper leads or 18" of #26 yellow. (H) 003 . It also has excellent dielectric properties.ittcannon. MIL-W-16878/4. gold plate Wire Size Contact Termination ELECTRICAL DATA No of Contacts .1" uninsulated solid #25 AWG gold plated copper. MICRO-D microminiature rack/panel connectors are used in applications requiring highly reliable. LOCKING HARDWARE (SCREW MOUNTING ONLY) P .Uninsulated solid wire S .18".Plug and receptacle Consult factory for availabilty.7 sizes .Socket TERMINATION TYPE H .091 (2.050 (1.Keystone-shaped shells -. 2 mounting variations. TERMINATION CODE See page 79 and 81 for additional codes (H) 001 . #26 AWG.standard mounting . Teflon-insulated. Temperature range: -65˚F to +300˚F (-55˚C to +149˚C).Solder pot to accept #26 AWG max.Float mount M . The insulator materials listed give the MICRO-D connector wide versatility in most applications required by industry.. extremely small. ITT can also terminate a wide variety of stranded or solid wire directly to MICRO-D contacts. Temperature range: -55˚F to +257˚F (-65˚C to +125˚C).page 30 RoHS COMPLIANCE SERIES-INSULATOR STYLE-MATERIAL CONTACT SPACING CONTACT ARRANGEMENT CONTACT TYPE TERMINATION TYPE TERMINATION CODE LOCKING HARDWARE SERIES-INSULATOR STYLE-MATERIAL MDB .27) centers CONTACT ARRANGEMENT 9-15-21-25-31-37-51.18". Type E wire. Consult customer service for any routine or complex harnessing of MICRO-D connectors.1/2" uninsulated solid #25 AWG gold plated copper. A typical description would be: . Type E Teflon.

173 (4.54) MAX.54) .33) .035 (1.54) .218 (5.488 (37.965 (24.62) .com 29 .218 (5.188 (30.488 (37.2) 72 (1828.98) 1.52) B Max.500 (63.708 (17.54) . Dimensions shown in inch (mm) Specifications and dimensions subject to change www.0) 24 (609.110 (2.ittcannon.338 (33.39) .063 (1.86) 1.173 (4. .4) 48 (1219.218 (5.70) MAX.92) MAX. HOLES . .03) MAX.375 (9.39) .54) .54) .173 (4.16) C Max.173 (4.54) .14) 1.79) MAX.003 (2.08) F .4) 8 (203. #25 AWG Gold Plated Copper Length 3 (76.60) .200 (5.565 (14.97) .260 (6. .83) .218 (5.18) MAX.59) E Max.93) 1.218 (5. All wire lengths are minimum.842 (21.780 (19.51) 1.80) 1.218 (5.80) 2.938 (23.39) . D TWO MTG.14) 1.39) .27) .05) 1.82) .24) MAX. uninsulated solid #25 AWG gold plated copper pigtails.808 (20.220 (5.42) .005 .408 (10.59) .56) . C .076 (2.053 (1. Harness Type (H) Solid Uninsulated Type (L) #26 AWG per MIL-W-16878 Type E Teflon.680 (17.32) 1.36) .56) .10) .154 (3.81) .050 (1.218 (5.13) 1.02) .220 (5.080 (2. MDVB Glass-filled Polyester Plastic Insulator .173 (4.215 (30.32) 1.23) .338 (33.088 (27. .173 (4.942 (23.39) .10) .Micro-D Plastic Shell .39) .) .54) .18) .2) 20 (508.408 (10.260 (6.64) 1.292 (7..10) 2.39) .188 (30.056 (1.39) .588 (14.173 (4.81) .285 (7. Weight*** ±5% (oz.36) .87) 1. D + . + A F + E .200 (5.0) * Cavity #1 black All Yellow H020 H019 H026 H029 H028 H001 H038 H009 H010 H011 H013 H017 H042 Color Coded* H027 H016 H034 H025 H002 H003 H023 H004 H005 H006 H048 H046 H041 Termination Code L61 L56 L57 L39 L58 L1 L14 L2 L7 L6 L16 L10 Length .080 (27.60) .39) .70) .00) .04) . . .750 (19.91) MAX.058 (26.2) 10 (254.35) .20) With Screw Mounting Holes (Conforms to MIL-DTL-83513) MDB Glass-filled Diallyl Phthalate Plastic Insulator B .46) .15) .173 (4.218 (5. stranded.30) .54) .02) .958 (24. *** Weight given is with 1/2".64) ** Add lead type and length.173 (4.35) .930 (23.35) .108 (28.185 (4.150 (3.692 (17.715 (18.395 (10.173 (4.375 (9.39) .52) .40) 1.54) .70) . .18) 1.54) . see Part Number Explanation.18) 1.51) .108 (28.088 (27.000 (76.80) .592 (15. .565 (14.715 (18. For additional codes please refer to Appendix on page 79 and 81.0) 12 (304.16) .250 (6.438 (36.40) .50) 3.218 (5.304 (7.08) MAX.65) .093 (2.708 (17.965 (24. .025 (0.788 (20.265 (32.218 (5.788 (20.000 (25.17) .73) .050" Contact Spacing Standard Wire Termination Codes MDB/MDVB The following termination codes are listed for your information.0) 36 (914.20) 1.2) 6 (152.87) D Max. R C .33) 1.438 (36.10) .54) .173 (4.100 (2.97) .030 (26.50) .17) .073 (2.43) .98) .086 (2.865 (21.6) 30 (762.992 (25.58) .60) F ±.13) 1.265 (32.588 (14.08) MAX.8) 18 (457.16) .39) .380 (9.938 (23.058 (26.442 (11.190 (4.218 (5.98) 1.) ±5% (gm.958 (24.54) MAX.54) .173 (4. Solder Pot B .52) 1.82) 1.218 (5.80) 1.204 (5.215 (30.530 (13.109 (3.45) .115 (38.98) .86) Avg.31 ± 0.39) .091 ± .500 (12.125 (3.39) .72) MAX.115 (28.100 (2. A + E Solder Pot Part Number by Shell Size MDB1-9P** MDVB1-9P** MDB1-9S** MDVB1-9S** MDB1-15P** MDVB1-15p** MDB1-15S** MDVB1-15S** MDB1-21P** MDVB1-21P** MDB1-21S** MDVB1-21S** MDB1-25P** MDVB1-25P** MDB1-25S** MDVB1-25S** MDB1-31P** MDVB1-31P** MDB1-31S** MDVB1-31S** MDB1-37P** MDVB1-37P** MDB1-37S** MDVB1-37S** MDB1-51P** MDVB1-51P** MDB1-51S** MDVB1-51S** A Max.8) 120 (3048.64) 1.026 (0.038 (1.865 (21.500 (38.808 (20.000 (50.

ittcannon.81) L57 – . 25.190 (4.18) L66 – .Micro-D Plastic Shell . Jackpost mounting for use with locking hardware is also available.77) ± 0. MD*B-PCB connectors are available in seven shell sizes with 9 to 51 contacts in the popular 90° narrow profile PCB termination. M635135-07 No Letter = Less Hardware TERMINATION TAIL LENGTH CODES NONE – . size or layout using the basic all plastic shell can be made available.com 30 . printed circuit and multi-layer boards. If the connectors shown in the catalog do not meet the requirements of your applications. They are easily mounted and soldered and provide high density/high reliability in board-to-board and board-to-cable applications. 51 C CONTACT TYPE S = Socket P = Pin T TERMINATION TYPE CBR = 90° Narrow Profile PCB Terminations H HARDWARE P = Jackpost M7 = Jackposts..35) L39 L58 – . extremely small. For further technical and applications information. MD*B-PCB How to Order R RoHS COMPLIANCE SERIES CONTACT ARRANGEMENT CONTACT TYPE TERMINATION TYPE HARDWARE TERMINATION TAIL LENGTH MODIFICATION CODES (Consult Factory) C CONNECTOR SERIES M MDVB.38) Standard L61 – .37 S CBR * L39 *** T Dimensions shown in inch (mm) Specifications and dimensions subject to change www. MDB CONNECTOR ARRANGEMENT 9.050" Contact Spacing MD*B-PCB connectors use standard MD*B all plastic shells and are designed for use with flex circuitry. the MD*B-PCB connectors are all plastic. 21.150 (3.375 (9.125 (3. 15. a special shape.15 (0.250 (6. and lightweight yet rugged enough for use in the most demanding applications.109 (2. contact customer service.83) – . with a variety of tail lengths for varying board thickness. 31. While being similar to the MDM-PCB connectors.52) MD*B .

97) .54) .550 (13. FOR 51: 1.199 (5.420 (10.134 (3.183 (4.130 (3.93) 1.965 (24.250 (6.05) RECEPTACLE * * FOR 31: 1.100 (2.23) .54) .230 (5. .715 (18. solder or tin dipped.11) 10 9 20 19 8 7 18 6 17 16 5 4 3 14 15 13 2 1 12 .218 (5.592 (15.215 (30.51) .250 (6.005 (0.188 (30.51) 1.13) .010 (0.250 (6.488 (37.25) .54) .30) .218 (5.115 (28.250 (6.488 (37.185 (30.55) F Max.108 (2.550 (13.35) .82) 1.65) 13 14 33 32 12 31 30 35 11 10 29 9 8 28 27 26 25 7 6 5 4 24 23 3 2 22 21 20 1 34 33 32 31 30 29 46 28 47 51 50 49 48 39 37 .35) .188 (30.026 (26.98) 1.083 (2.994 (25.30) .81) * For jackpost locking add letter "P" or "M7".73) .13) 1.21) . .81) .67) .73) 7 8 14 6 5 .020 (0.52) .97) ..265 (32.54) .30) .51) .55) .218 (5.35) .30) .51) 37 31 Contacts .11) 5 4 2 1 15 9 8 3 7 6 .01) .218 (5.27) TYP.520 (13.420 (10.420 (10.30) .177 (4.54) .520 (13.088 (27.35) .134 (3.100 (2.109 + .215 (30.32) 1.ittcannon.134 (3.218 (5.865 (21.965 (24.35) .40) .218 (5.40) .250 (6.54) .79) 1.225 (31.86) C Max. #1 G F H .27) Part Number By Shell Size MD*B-9PCBR* MD*B-9SCBR* MD*B-15PCBR* MD*B-15SCBR* MD*B-21PCBR* MD*B-21SCBR* MD*B-25PCBR* MD*B-25SCBR* MD*B-31PCBR* MD*B-31SCBR* MD*B-37PCBR* MD*B-37SCBR MD*B-51PCBR* MD*B-51SCBR A Max.67) .020 (0.67) .40) .54) .42) .77 + 0.54) .35) .938 (23.525 (13.338 (33.54) .083 (2.72) PLUG .68) .942 (23.130 (3.130 (3.63) 1.25) 1.250 (6.300 (7.842 (21.00) 15 16 30 14 29 31 28 13 12 27 11 10 25 26 9 24 23 22 8 7 21 20 6 5 19 18 4 3 17 2 1 19 18 17 16 35 34 18 15 .218 (5.338 (33.258 (6.050 (1.67) .50) .250 (6.30) . FOR 37: 1.31) DIA.35) .130 (3.35) .250 (6.54) .67) .30) .35) .06) D Max.62) H ± .565 (14.52) B ± .54) .292 (7.67) .300 (7.715 (18.35) .40) .420 (10.420 (10.86) 1.218 (5.35) .420 (10.010 (0.020 (0.14) .158 (4.265 (32.218 (5.250 (6.54) .84) .788 (20.54) .675 (17.04) . solid copper.com 31 .01) .84) . .82) . on PCB solder side.35) . .775 (19.30) .218 (5.98) 1.083 (2.79) 1.58) .230 (5.54) TYP.442 (11.130 (3. .020 (0.134 (3.35) .54) .250 (6.54) . .050 (1.088 (27.27) .16) .67) .51) 12 13 25 11 24 10 22 9 8 7 6 5 19 4 17 18 3 15 16 2 1 14 23 21 20 9 Contacts .35) .67) .250 (6.865 (21.218 (5.54) .100 (2.075 (27.54) x .130 (3.21) .130 (3.788 (20.11) 11 21 .134 (3.218 (5.34) .250 (6.218 (5. NOTE: Standard lead termination is #24 AWG. Offset .12) MAX. F G H 9-15-21-25 VIEW _ .30) .925 (23.218 (5.938 (23.692 (17.62) .97) .096 + .020 (0.375 (9.218 (5.55) E Max.54) .134 (3.050 (1.420 (10.258 (6.67) .258 (6.51) 21 Contacts 25 Contacts 15 Contacts 17 15 16 13 14 11 12 10 27 9 43 45 44 42 8 7 41 26 40 6 5 25 4 3 23 24 38 22 2 1 21 19 20 36 . 4 12 13 11 3 10 2 1 9 .40) .56) MAX. TYP _ PCB Termination Arrangements (Viewed from bottom of connector. .63) 1.38) + MD*B-PCB A C + JACKPOST 2-56 UNC-2B TYP.13) 1.130 (3.54) Grid Pattern.005 (2.25) .420 (10.51) .67) .54) .39) . Dimensions shown in inch (mm) Specifications and dimensions subject to change www.97) G ± .150 (3.015 _ _ (3.17) 1. E D B CAV.52) 1.10) MAX.438 (36.30) .186 (4. use reverse order for socket connector.30) .32) 1.108 (2.218 (5.50) .050" Contact Spacing CBR Series (90˚ Mounting Narrow Profile) LAST CAV .420 (10.565 (14.130 (3.51) 36 51 Contacts 37 Contacts All Termination Configurations .115 (28.438 (36.420 (10.17) 1.150 (3.40) .Micro-D Plastic Shell .218 (5.085 (27.44 + 0.) Indentification number shown for plug connector.130 (3.218 (5.16) .020 (0.

.Coaxial shipped assembled but uninstalled SIGNAL CONTACT LEAD LENGTH See Standard Wire Termination Code on page 29.Uninsulated. . A plastic insertion/extraction tool is supplied with each connector assembly having removable coaxial assembly. . . . . . .050 (1. . .Micro-D Plastic Shell .MDB Coaxial R RoHS COMPLIANCE SERIES SIGNAL CONTACT SPACING TOTAL CONTACT CAVITIES NUMBER OF COAXIALS COAXIAL TYPE SIGNAL CONTACT TYPE SIGNAL CONTACT LEAD TYPE SIGNAL CONTACT LEAD LENGTH MODIFICATION HARDWARE SERIES Micro-D Coaxial SIGNAL CONTACT SPACING 1 .050" Contact Spacing MDB Coaxial Series with Screw Mounting Holes MDB connectors with two coaxial and five MICROPINTM /MICROSOCKETTM contacts. NUMBER OF COAXIALS. solid wire H . . . .Pin (used with socket side connection) S . . 2 SIGNAL CONTACT TYPE P . .Socket SIGNAL CONTACT LEAD TYPE L . MODIFICATION Consult customer service HARDWARE No letter .Insulated. . .Jackscrew (low profile) P .Socket (used with pin type connection) COAXIAL CABLE TYPE 1 .. solid or stranded S -Solder pot* COAXIAL TYPE No Letter . . 091 (2. .Jackscrew (standard) L . . . Coaxial cable will be RG-178U unless otherwise specified.Float K . . . length will be same as wire modification. . MD CC S * *** www. .RG178/U Dimensions shown in inch (mm) COAXIAL CABLE LENGTH See Standard Wire Termination Codes on page 29. .Pin S . MDB Coaxial How to Order . . .Coaxial assembly installed and nonremovable RO . MDB 1 -7 C2 * S H ** * K How to Order . . . .Coaxial Cable Assemblies R RoHS COMPLIANCE SERIES COAXIAL CABLE CONTACT TYPE COAXIAL CABLE TYPE SERIES MD COAXIAL CABLE CC COAXIAL CABLE LENGTH CONTACT TYPE P . .Jackpost * Not available with removalbe coax cable type connectors RO and RA.ittcannon.No hardware standard mounting. . . Coaxial cable will be RG-178U unless otherwise specified. .27) centers TOTAL CONTACT CAVITIES. Crimp-type coaxial contacts accommodate RG-178/U cables..com 32 .coaxial assembly ordered serparately RA .7 .31) hole diameter F . . length will be the same as wire modfication. .

ittcannon.190 (4. Weight** _ _ (oz) + 5% (gm. B C E E1 + D 1.250 (6.30) .091 + . . HOLES . EXTENSION FOR RO AND RA COAXES Receptacle .602 (15.375 (9.510 (12.273 (7.Micro-D Plastic Shell .83) Max. see Part Number Explanation.18) .35) MAX.782 (19. D E C B A Part Number _ + .13) Max.80) insulated leads. _ _ A MDB Coaxial Plug . + .95) . .MDB Coaxial Series (See page 9 for layouts) TWO MTG.185 (4.83) Max.000 (25. _ _ A B C E E1 + D 1.005 (0..625 (15.70) . by Shell Size MDB1-7C2P* .510 (12. Max.279 (7.003 (2.08) DIA.) + 5% .95) MDB1-7C2S* .31 + 0.57) . E1 Max. Max.com 33 .88) MAX.08) DIA.190 (4. + .31 + 0.395 (10. EXTENSION FOR RO AND RA COAXES .03) .091 + .003 (2.86) . ** Weight given is with 7 inch (177.09) .52) .250 (6.88) MAX.204 (5.050" Contact Spacing Dimension .625 (15. #26 AWG silver plated copper pigtails and RG178/U coaxials.80) Dimensions shown in inch (mm) Specifications and dimensions subject to change www.35) MAX.40) MAX.298 (7. HOLES . Max.782 (19.290 (8.72) Avg. TWO MTG.000 (25.540 (13.86) .40) MAX.29) * Add lead type and length.

050 (1.02) MAX AXIAL FLOAT MATING FACE PART HAS A .54) .(P) .150 + .com 34 . ALLOWABLE AXIAL FLOAT MATING FACE . shipped unassembled.003 _ (0. .53) NOTES: Screw lock assembly (322-9500-000) can be used for front front mounting.005 (4.13) B Max.36) REF.0015 _ (2. 90˚ AngleMD*1 for 9 thru 37 Shell Sizes MD*1 for 51 Shell Size Part Number 322-9500-000 320-9505-000 015-9516-000 015-9516-000 A ± ..215 (5.52 ± 0.10) .5 in/lbs Standard Jackscrew (K)-2. . ONLY .13) #2-56 UNC-2B THD .32) TYP. MATING FACE MD #2-56 UNC-2B .36) MAX. LOCK SCREW RETAINING CLIP .29 + 0.46) .62) MAX. . AXIAL FLOAT #2-56 UNC-2A Float Mount .260 (6.ittcannon.170 (4.076) _ CONNECTOR SHOWN FOR REF. The basic shell dimensions are the same for the float mount and the screw mounting hole configurations.81 + .257 (6.27) ACROSS FLATS .94) MAX.44 ± 0.5 in/lbs Shown here is a cutaway view of the float mount for the MD connector. ONLY CONNECTOR SHOWN FOR REF ONLY .020 (0.7) MAX.36) RECOMMENDED PANEL THICKNESS #2-56 UNC-2A .45) MAX HEX HEAD . .185 (4.Micro-D Plastic Shell .02) MAX.70) MAX .0 in/lbs max.48) MAX.60) MAX.89) MAX.040 (1. Description Screw Lock Assembly Jackpost Kit Mounting Bracket.185 (4.490 (12. PANEL REF.005 (2. Reverse mounting is available on request.052 (1.004 _ (0.70) MAX. Jackpost kit (320-9505-000) consists of 2 assemblies.688 (17. .040 (1.232 (5. . This hardware is factory installed.(F) Jackscrew .050" Contact Spacing Mounting Hardware Views (Sizes 9-51) This hardware supplied unassembled.32) MAX.08) _ MATING FACE #2-56 UNC-2A PART HAS A .005 (0.182 (4.155 (3.(L) Low Profile * NOTE: Torque values are as follows: Low Profile Jackscrew (L)-2. CONNECTOR SHOWN FOR REF. View shown is for standard float mount front panel mounting.031 + .003 _ (3.093 (2.178 ± .500 (12.36 + 0.13)DIA. BUSHING .093 (2.100 (2. . Screw Lock Assembly* .(K) Standard Jackscrew . Dimensions shown in inch (mm) Specifications and dimensions subject to change www.038)DIA _ .014 + .096 ± .27) DEEP (REF) .79 + 0. Screw Lock Assembly .51) MAX. 90˚ Angle Mounting Bracket A B 90˚ Angle Mounting Bracket *NOTE: Torque value is 4.408 (10.050 (1. Jackpost .090 + .10) ALLOWABLE _ DIAMETRAL FLOAT .122 (3.

005 (10.185 (4.2) 1/32 (0.047/.062 (1.70) .14) B C +.18) HEX #2-56 UNC-2B Thread .56) .004 (0.51) 1.056 (2.63) ..715 (18.63) .64) Jackpost Kit Number* 320-9505-007 320-9505-006 320-9505-005 320-9505-004 Plug and Receptacle Dimensions A +.57) HEX.005 (0.17) MAX.32) 1.5 in/lbs Panel Mounting Dimensions .56) .56) .62 ±0.91) HEX.062 (1.08 ±0.6) 3/64 (1. LOCK WASHER # 2-56 UNC-2A Thread Jackpost Assembly Mode Code M5 M6 M2 M3 M7 Part Number 320-9508-025 320-9508-027 320-9508-026 320-9508-028 320-9505-033 Jackpost Bushing (For Rear Panel Mounting) HEX IS .030/. 2 washers.13) 1.000 (0.200 ±.115 (28.000 (0.029 (26.004 (0.005 (0.21) .219 (5.13) .35) .TYP. MOUNTING HOLES .219 (5.115 (2.529 (13.25) .092/.25) TH'K (REF.64) .050" Contact Spacing Mounting Hardware to Military Specification (Sizes 9 .7) .079 (27.79) .60) 1.32) .76/0.56) .97) .170 (4.25) TH'K (REF.34) DIA.010 (0.219 (5.005 (5.261 (6.010 (0.361 (9.154 (3.126 (3.565 (14.51) PER MIL-DTL-83513/5 This hardware supplied unassembled.42) .07) .00) .679 (17.475 (12. + + B .(L) Low profile * Allen head Optional Head Configuration Plug and Receptacle Jackscrew .) POTTING WELL (REF.779 (19. MD PLUG (REF.379 ( 9.) WITH .25) .13) Plug and Receptacle Rear Mounted Dimensions shown in inch (mm) Specifications and dimensions subject to change Plug and Receptacle Front Mounted Plug Front Mounted Receptacle Rear Mounted www.) Jackscrew .19) 27˚/26˚TYP #2-56 UNC 2A THD Panel Thickness 3/32 (2.34) DIA.061/. WITH .13) _ -.20) . NOTE: Torque value for jackpost 2.13) .44) .300 ±.075 (1.480 (12.10) -.4) 1/16 (1.005 (7.06) ± 0.965 (24.125 (3.83) +_ .092 (2.8) A Dim.00) R TYP.34/1. PLUG (REF.500 (12.25 (0.135 (3.(K) High Profile Low and High Profile Slotted Head Description Slotted Head Jackscrew Assy Low Profile Slotted Head Jackscrew Assy High Profile Allen Head Jackscrew Assy Low Profile Allen Head Jackscrew Assy High Profile Jackpost Assy M83513/5 -05 -06 -02 -03 -07 RETAINING NUT . #2-56 UNC-2A THREAD TYP.219 (5.219 (5. ..56) .57) ± .125 (3.) POTTING WELL (REF.56) .) .18) DIA.Micro-D Plastic Shell .092 (2.19/1.00) .087 (2.ittcannon. MOUNTING HOLES #2-56 UNC-2A THREAD TYP.03 ±0.000 (0.91) + .16) .395 ±.219 (5.86) Shell Size 9 15 21 25 31 37 51 *2 Jackposts. (REF.265 (32.431/.13) .10) +.929 (23.010 (0.92) ACROSS FLATS .70) #2-56 UNC 2B THD MATING FACE C A A .) .com 35 .865 (21.34/2.190 (4. .41) 1.042 (1. 2 nuts. .215 (30.185 (4.025 (0.

120 (28.219 (5.26) .089 (2.089 (2.004 (0.079 (27.37) .10) .37) .120 (28.56) .41) 1.37) .48) .. However.26) . 2.26) .089 (2.015 (0.002 (11.089 (2.26) Size 9 Cutout Figure 1 2 3 1 2 3 1 2 3 1 2 3 1 2 3 1 2 3 1 2 3 15 21 25 31 37 51 NOTES: 1.63) .970 (24.20) .26) .26) 1.089 (2.29) .261 (6.99) 1.005 (0.450 ±.10) .089 (2.17) 1.089 (2.48) .46) .089 (2.13) .26) .26) .970 (24.00) .37) .529 (13.) 26˚/27˚TYP Figure 2 Rear Mounting .05) locates the MD receptacle flush with the end of the board.215 (5.172 (4.13) .43 ± 0.220 (30.56) .089 (2.43 ±0.679 (17. Figure 3 Edgeboard Mounting A + .26) .779 (19.000 (0.089 (2.870 (22.559 (14.089 (2.000 (0.45) 1.14) B + . D + + + + FULL R.030 (0.870 (22.56) ..56) .05) C .00) .25) .99) 1.63) C + .000 (0.79) .91) + .44) .172 (4.050" Contact Spacing Panel Cutouts D TYP.219 (5.720 (18.64) 1..089 (2.29) .00) .870 (22. www.90) 1.26) .ittcannon.56) ..570 (14.10) . MAX.809 (20.270 (32.219 (5.075 (1.005 (0.970 (24.120 (28.13) R TYP .37) .089 (2.720 (18. when rear mounting is necessary.56) .004 (0.172 (4.26) .089 (2.26) 1.39) .220 (30.10) .720 (18.089 (2.55) .109 (28. Dimension .26) .Micro-D Plastic Shell .219 (5.379 ( 9.570 (14.26) . use detail on previous page.089 (2.00) .48) .60) 1.270 (32.) A Figure 1 Front Mounting C A .37) . C MD B .00) .26) . (TYP.64) ..45) 1.45) 1.36) .029 (26.002 (11.26) .089 (2.26) .059 (26.000 (0.005 (0. 3.089 (2. (TYP.089 (2.172 (4.26) .26) 1.(TYP) FULL R.com 36 .26) .089 (2.) PANEL REF.26) . (TYP.709 (18.000 (0.76) TYP.089 (2.38)R.26) ..450 ± .10) .219 (5.219 (5.64) . Front mounting (figure 1) and rear mounting (figure 2) accommodates #2-56 screws. Front mounting is preferred. Edgeboard mounting bracket (figure3) uses #2-56 screws.929 (23.26) .29) .959 (24.00) D B FULL R.220 (30.99) D + .172 (4.409 (10.26) .270 (32.172 (4.570 (14.

Micro-D Plastic Shell - .050" Contact Spacing
How to Order
PCB ordering information - page 30 RoHS COMPLIANCE SERIES-INSULATOR STYLE-MATERIAL CONTACT SPACING CONTACT ARRANGEMENT CONTACT TYPE TERMINATION TYPE TERMINATION CODE LOCKING HARDWARE SERIES-INSULATOR STYLE-MATERIAL MD - Clip mounting -Diallyl phthalate MDV - Clip mounting-Polyester CONTACT SPACING 1 - .050 (1.27) centers CONTACT ARRANGEMENT 9-15-21-25-31*-37-51. See page 7 CONTACT TYPE S - Socket P - Pin TERMINATION TYPE H - Insulated solid or stranded wire L - Uninsulated solid wire S - Solder pot to accept #26 AWG max. harness wire. R
MD 19 P

MD/MDV
H 001 P

TERMINATION CODE** (H) 001 - 18", 7/34 strand, #26 AWG, MIL-W-16878/4, Type E Teflon, Yellow. (H) 003 - 18", 7/34 strand, #26 AWG, MIL-W-16878/4, Type E Teflon, color coded to MIL-STD-681 System I. (L) 1 - 1/2" uninsulated solid #25 AWG gold plated copper. (L) 2 - 1" uninsulated solid #25 AWG gold plated copper.
No designator - No hardware - standard mounting .091 (2.31) hole diameter

* Not available in clip mounting. ** See page 79 and 81for additional codes.

With Clip Mounting Slots
Plug MD Glass-filled Diallyl Phthalate Plastic Insulator MDV Glass-filled Polyester Plastic Insulator
B .022 (0.56) MAX. .130 (3.30) MAX. E .093 ± .005 (2.36 ± 0.13) .065 (1.65) MAX.

.204 (5.18) MAX. .375 (9.52) MAX. C

D .170 (4.32)

A

Solder Pot Receptacle
B .022 (0.56) MAX. E .093 ± .005 (2.36 ± 0.13) .170 (4.32) MAX. D .210 (5.33) .065 (1.65) MAX.

.185 (4.69) MAX. .356 (9.04) MAX. C

A

Solder Pot Part Number by Shell Size MD1-9P** MD1-9S** MD1-15P** MD1-15S** MD1-21P** MD1-21S** MD1-25P** MD1-25S** MD1-37P** MD1-37S** MD1-51P** MD1-51S** MDV1-9-P** MDV1-9S** MDV1-15P** MDV1-15S** MDV1-21P** MDV1-21S** MDV1-25P** MDV1-25S** MDV1-37P** MDV1-37S** MDV1-51P** MDV1-51S** A Max. .512 (13.00) .512 (13.00) .662 (16.81) .662 (16.81) .812 (20.62) .812 (20.62) .912 (23.16) .912 (23.16) 1.212 (30.78) 1.212 (30.78) 1.162 (29.51) 1.162 (29.51) B Max. .292 (7.42) .376 (9.55) .442 (11.23) .526 (13.36) .592 (15.04) .676 (17.17) .692 (17.58) .776 (19.71) .992 (25.20) 1.076 (27.33) .942 (23.93) 1.026 (26.06) C Max. .405 (10.29) .405 (10.29) .555 (14.10) .555 (14.10) .705 (17.91) .705 (17.91) .805 (20.45) .805 (20.45) 1.105 (28.07) 1.105 (28.07) 1.055 (26.80) 1.055 (26.80) D Max. .170 (4.32) .170 (4.32) .170 (4.32) .170 (4.32) .170 (4.32) .170 (4.32) .170 (4.32) .170 (4.32) .170 (4.32) .170 (4.32) .213 (5.41) .213 (5.41) E Max. .215 (5.46) .215 (5.46) .215 (5.46) .215 (5.46) .215 (5.46) .215 (5.46) .215 (5.46) .215 (5.46) .215 (5.46) .215 (5.46) .258 (6.55) .258 (6.55) Avg. Weight*** ±5% (oz.)/±5% (gm.) .026 (0.73) .026 (0.73) .038 (1.10) .035 (1.00) .053 (1.50) .050 (1.40) .063 (1.80) .056 (1.60) .086 (2.45) .076 (2.15) .109 (3.10) .093 (2.65)

** Add lead type and length, see Part Number Explanation. Dimensions shown in inch (mm) Specifications and dimensions subject to change

*** Weight given is with 1/2", uninsulated solid #25 AWG gold plated copper pigtails.

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Micro-D Plastic Shell - .050" Contact Spacing
Panel Mounting Hardware
Clip Mounting Illustrated is the recommended method of front mounting with metal panel mounting keys. Panel mounting keys are available with or without coupling retention clips. For front mounting, place the rear of the connector thru the panel cutout. With the mounting flange against the panel, fully insert the panel mounting keys thru the slots in the flange and thru the panel cutout. Retaining the keys in this position, bend them outward against the rear of the panel. When mating a front mounted connector with an unmounted connector, a coupling retention clip assembly may be used to securely lock the two together. Mounting screw brackets are available and may be used instead of the panel mounting keys.
Description Panel Mounting Key Mounting Key and Coupling Clip Assembly Mounting Screw Bracket Part Number 201-9100-000 294-9100-000 015-9100-000 015-5009-000 MD51428-1

MD**

Coupling Retention Clip (see Figure 2)

Mounting Screw Brackets (see Figures 1 and 3)

* Edgeboard Mounting Bracket ** Edgeboard Mounting Bracket and
Coupling Clip Assembly assembly.

Edgeboard Mounted (see Figure 4)

Panel Mounting Key

* Must be ordered separately; specify left and right hand for complete ** Must be ordered separately; assembly contains set of left and right
hand types.

Dimensions (Clip Mounting Only)

.200 ± .005 (5.08 ± 0.13)

.330 ± .005 (8.38 ± 0.13)

.265 ± .005 (6.73 ± 0.13)

Plug and Receptacle Rear Mounted

Plug and Receptacle Front Mounted

Plug Front Mounted Receptacle Rear Mounted

Panel Cutouts
D C A B A FULL R. (TYP.) .015 (0.38)R. MAX. (TYP.) .015 (0.38)R. MAX. (TYP.) B

Figure 1 Front Mounting
C A .075 + .005 - .000 (1.91 + 0.13 _ 0.00) B FULL R. (TYP.) 26˚/27˚ TYP. .018 + .002 - .000 (0.46 + 0.05 - 0.00)

Figure 2
.005 (0.13) MAX. R. (TYP.) B

A

D

.182 + .004 - .000 (4.62 + 0.10 - 0.00) PANEL REF.

Figure 3 Rear Mounting

Figure 4 Edgeboard Mounting

1. A panel thickness of 1/8" (3.17mm) maximum is recommended for ease of tab bending when a panel mounting key & clip assembly or edgeboard mounting brackets are used. 2. Front mounting is preferred. However, when rear mounting is necessary, use figure 3 for dimensions. 3. Figure 4 is for edge board mounting bracket or edgeboard clip assembly. The .184 +_ .002 (2.67 +_ 0.05) dimension locates the MD socket insulator flush with the end of the board. 4. Screw brackets (015-9100-000) will accommodate #2-56 screws. 5. Front mounting (Figure 1) and rear mounting (Figure 3) accommodate #2-56 screws.

A B Shell Cutout + .004 (0.10) + .004 (0.10) Size Figure - .000 (0.00) - .000 (0.00) 1 .408 (10.36) .172 (4.37) 2 .408 (10.36) .172 (4.37) 9 3 .378 ( 9.60) .217 (5.51) 4 .400 (10.16) .091 (2.31) 1 .588 (14.94) .172 (4.37) 2 .588 (14.94) .172 (4.37) 15 3 .528 (13.28) .217 (5.51) 4 .550 (13.97) .091 (2.31) 1 .738 (18.75) .172 (4.37) 2 .738 (18.75) .172 (4.37) 21 3 .678 (17.27) .217 (5.51) 4 .700 (17.78) .091 (2.31) 1 .838 (21.29) .172 (4.37) 2 .838 (21.29) .172 (4.37) 25 3 .778 (19.76) .217 (5.51) 4 .800 (20.32) .091 (2.31) 1 1.138 (28.91) .172 (4.37) 2 1.138 (28.91) .172 (4.37) 37 3 1.078 (27.38) .217 (5.51) 4 1.100 (27.94) .091 (2.31) 1 1.088 (27.64) .215 (5.46) 2 1.088 (27.64) .215 (5.46) 51 3 1.028 (26.11) .260 (6.60) 4 1.050 (26.67) .091 (2.31)

C D + .004 (0.10) + .005 (0.13) - .000 (0.00) - .000 (0.00) .650 (16.51) .089 (2.26) .650 (16.51) .089 (2.26) .795 (20.19) .089 (2.26) .795 (20.19) .089 (2.26) .945 (24.00) .089 (2.26) .945 (24.00) .089 (2.26) 1.045 (26.54) .089 (2.26) 1.045 (26.54) .089 (2.26) 1.345 (34.16) .089 (2.26) 1.345 (34.16) .089 (2.26) 1.295 (32.89) .089 (2.26) 1.295 (32.89) .089 (2.26) -

Dimensions shown in inch (mm) Specifications and dimensions subject to change

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Micro Center Jackscrew
The MJS jackscrew series provides a reliable interconnect for board-to-board, board-to-cable and in-line cable-to-cable applications. Layouts accommodating up to 76 MICROPIN/MICROSOCKETTM contacts are available, with the same wide range of options as are offered with the other MICRO Line products offered in this catalog.

MJS

How to Order
R RoHS COMPLIANCE SERIES INSULATOR MATERIAL CONTACT ARRANGEMENT CONTACT TYPE TERMINATION TYPE TERMINATION CODES SERIES MJS - Micro Center Jackscrew INSULATOR MATERIAL B - Diallyl phthalate V - Polyester U - Polyetherimide R - Polyphenylene sulfide CONTACT ARRANGEMENTS Unshrounded Receptacle: 10, 26, 51, 66 Shrouded Receptacle; 10, 26, 34, 38, 42, 76 Low Profile Plug and Receptacle (shrouded): 28 CONTACT TYPE P - Pin S - Socket TERMINATION TYPE H - Insulated wire harness. I - Integral tail (MJSV-28S only). L - Solid - uninsulated wire. S - Solder pot to accept #26 AWG harness wire. T - Thru bundle pigtail (MJSV-28P only). TERMINATION CODE* (H) 001 - 18" , 7/34 strand, #26 AWG, MIL-W-16878/4, Type E Teflon, yellow. - 18", 7/34 strand, #26 AWG, MIL-W-16878/4, Type E Teflon, color coded to MIL-STD-681 System I. - 1/2" uninsulated solid #25 AWG gold plated copper. - 1" uninsulated solid #25 AWG gold plated copper. MJS * 26 P H 001

(H) 003

(L) 1 (L) 2

* See Termination Codes shown below.

Standard Wire Termination Codes
The following termination codes are listed for your information. For additional codes please refer to Appendix on page 79 and 81. All wire lengths are minimum. Harness Type (H)
#26 AWG per MIL-W-16878/4 Type E Teflon, 7/34 stranded.

Solid Uninsulated Type (L)
#25 AWG gold plated solid copper.

Length 3 (76.2) 6 (152.4) 8 (203.2) 10 (254.0) 12 (304.8) 18 (457.2) 20 (508.0)

All Yellow H 020 H 019 H 026 H 029 H 028 H 001 H 038

Color Coded H 027 H 016 H 034 H 025 H 002 H 003 H 023

Length 24 (609.6) 30 (762.0) 36 (914.4) 48 (1219.2) 72 (1828.8) 120 (3048.0)

All Yellow H 009 H 010 H 011 H 013 H 017 H 042

Color Coded H 004 H 005 H 006 H 048 H 046 H 041

Termination Code L61 L56 L57 L39 L58 L1

Length

Termination Code L14 L2 L7 L6 L16 L10

Length

.125 (3.18) .150 (3.81) .190 (4.83) .250 (6.35) .375 (9.53) .500 (12.70)

.750 (19.05) 1.000 (25.40) 1.500 (38.10) 2.000 (50.80) 2.500 (63.50) 3.000 (76.20)

Contact Arrangements
Face view of pin-use reverse order for socket
4 6 10 1 5 7 12 14 26 1 13 15 1 7 11 6 10 16 1 11 19 10 18 28

10 Contacts
17 34 51 1 18 35 21 44 66

26 Contacts
1 23 45

16 Contacts**
1 13 23

28 Contacts**
12 22 34

51 Contacts

66 Contacts MJSB/MJSU (unshrouded) 34 Contacts MJSV (shrouded) *Low profile configuration **MJSV & MJSR

Identification numbers are for reference only and do not appear on connectors. Dimensions shown in inch (mm) Specifications and dimensions subject to change

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Micro Center Jackscrew
Unshrouded Receptacle (10-26-51-66)
MJSB/MJSU
.126 ± .005 (3.20 ± 0.13) B .050 (1.27) TYP. 1-64 UNC-2A THREAD A C .170 ± .010 (4.32 ± 0.25) POLARIZING PIN (OPTIONAL WITH LOSS OF CONTACT)

MJS

1-64 UNC-2B THREAD

.145 (3.68) DIA. MAX.

.055 (1.40) TYP.

.170 (4.32) MAX. .332 (8.43) MAX. .110 MAX. (2.79)

Rear View UNSHROUDED STANDARD MATERIALS AND FINISHES
Micropin Microsocket Insulator Jackscrew Retainer, Jackscrew Insert, Threaded Post, Polarizing Copper alloy, 50 miro-inch gold Copper alloy, 50 micro-inch gold Diallyl phthalate, green color or polyetherimide, natural color Stainless steel, passivated & lubricated Stainless steel, passivated Stainless steel, passivated Stainless steel, passivated

Receptacle A Max. .378 (9.60) .378 (9.60) .778 (19.76) .778 (19.76) 1.028 (26.11) 1.028 (26.11) 1.280 (32.51) 1.280 (32.51) B Max. .190 (4.83) .190 (4.83) .190 (4.83) .190 (4.83) .260 (6.60) .260 (6.60) .260 (6.60) .260 (6.60)

Plug C Bsc. .290 (7.37) .290 (7.37) .690 (17.53) .690 (17.53) .940 (23.88) .940 (23.88) 1.190 (30.23) 1.190 (30.23)

Part Number MJSB or MJSU-10P MJSB or MJSU-10S MJSB or MJSU-26P MJSB or MJSU-26S MJSB or MJSU-51P MJSB or MJSU-51S MJSB or MJSU-66P MJSB or MJSU-66S

Shrouded Receptacle (16-28*-34)
MJSV/MJSR
A .080 (2.03) .065 (1.65) .285 (7.24) MAX. D C B 1-64 UNC-2B THREAD .205 (5.21) MAX.

Face View
A 1-64 UNC-2A THREAD

Plug
.090 ± .010 (2.29 ± 0.25)

.285 (7.24) MAX.

B

.110 (2.79) MAX.

C

Face View

Receptacle

.145 (3.68) DIA. MAX.

SHROUDED STANDARD MATERIALS AND FINISHES
Micropin Microsocket Insulator Jackscrew Retainer, Jackscrew Insert, Threaded Post, Polarizing Copper alloy, 50 miro-inch gold Copper alloy, 50 micro-inch gold Polyester, black color Polyphenylene sulfide, black color Stainless steel, passivated Stainless steel, passivated Stainless steel, passivated Stainless steel, passivated

A B C D Part Number Max. Max. Ref. ± .006 (0.15) MJSV or MJSR-16P .700 (17.78) .345 (8.76) .545 (13.84) .175 (4.45) MJSV or MJSR-16S .700 (17.78) .320 (8.13) .545 (13.84) MJSV-28P* or MJSR-28P* 1.020 (25.91) .232 (5.89) .865 (21.97) .062 (1.57) MJSV-28S* or MJSR-28S* 1.020 (25.91) .246 (6.25) .865 (21.97) MJSV-34P or MJSR-34P 1.180 (29.97) .330 (8.38) 1.025 (26.04) .160 (4.06) MJSV-34S or MJSR-34S 1.180 (29.97) .305 (7.75) 1.025 (26.04) *Low profile configuration, for "L" (uninsulated solid wire) termination add .090 (2.29) to the "B" dimension. For "H" (insulated wire) termination add .200 (5.08) to the "B" dimension. For special configurations with backpotted standoffs consult factory.

Dimensions shown in inch (mm) Specifications and dimensions subject to change

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68) DIA.075 (1.91) TYP. .073) .075 (1.125 (3.322 (33. .Micro Center Jackscrew Shrouded Receptacle (42) MJSR-42P A 1.2A THREAD .445 (36.420 (7. MAX.303 (7.67) MAX. .07) B .100 (2.445 (36.89) .ittcannon.75) D ±. .073 . passivated A Max.64 UNC .70) 1. Threaded Stainless steel.357 (9.035 (0.145 (3.297 .142 (3. #1 .108 MAX.54) (10.18) TYP.345 (8.250 (31. (2.18) TYP. 50 micro-inch gold Polyphenylene sulfide.70) B Max.58) REF.67) REF. black color Stainless steel.61) - Retainer. Jackscrew Stainless steel.121 (3.100 (2.91) TYP. CAV.33) TYP . passivated Dimensions shown in inch (mm) Specifications and dimensions subject to change www. + . B D MJSR-42S A 1.125 (3. 1. .420 (10.131 (3. MAX. 1. CAV #1 . .76) .15) . + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + .07) C Ref.38) TYP. CAV.74) Part Number MJSR-42P MJSR-42S STANDARD MATERIALS AND FINISHES Micropin Microsocket Insulator Jackscrew Copper alloy. CAV.70) REF.015 (0. #31 C CAV #42 #1 (.com 41 . MJS .64 UNC-2B THREADED INSERT .006 (0. 50 miro-inch gold Copper alloy.54) TYP.54) TYP.75) 1.250 (31.73) REF. 42 C 1/16 SOCKET HEAD JACKSCREW #1 (.328 (33. passivated Insert.

.100 (2.64 UNC .15) .345 (8. #1 MJS CAV.472 (37. .100 (2.61) - Retainer. #62 . #13 .35) REF. .51) B Max.51) 1.81) MAX.150 (3.07) B . #1 CAV. 50 miro-inch gold Copper alloy. CAV.400 (35.56) 1.64 UNC-2B THREADED INSERT CAV.39) REF.56) D ±.33) TYP . CAV. Jackscrew Stainless steel.075 (1.131 (3.006 (0.595 (40.07) C Ref. 50 micro-inch gold Polyphenylene sulfide. #13 .086 . passivated A Max.86) . B D MJSR-76S A 1.570 (14.48) MAX.2A THREAD . #76 1/16 SOCKET HEAD JACKSCREW #2 (.453 (11. CAV.447 (11.075 (1.160 (4.89) . Part Number MJSR-76P MJSR-76S STANDARD MATERIALS AND FINISHES Micropin Microsocket Insulator Jackscrew Copper alloy. passivated Dimensions shown in inch (mm) Specifications and dimensions subject to change www.Micro Center Jackscrew Shrouded Receptacle (76) MJSR-76P A 1.121 (3.015 (0.91) TYP.48) MAX. CAV.ittcannon.400 (35.478 (37.142 (3. .38) TYP.035 (0. + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + C + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + .76) .570 (14.595 (40.54) TYP. black color Stainless steel. .06) MAX. 1.54) TYP. 1. Threaded Stainless steel. #62 CAV.51) TYP. + . passivated Insert. . #76 C #2 (0.357 (9.54) TYP.91) TYP.com 42 .

253 (6. ENGAGING FACE INSULATOR MJS CAVITY # 1 MICRO-PIN CONTACT .155 (3. .27) 14 .24) REF. CAVITY # 1 .868 (22.050 (1. .use reverse order for socket .100 (2. .Micro Center Jackscrew Plug (Molded-In Insert .77) MAX.943 (23.100 (2.174 (29.05) 1.27) TYP.67) Receptacle (Special) MJSV**S* A MAX.162 (4. . DIA.54) .243 (31.27) TYP.320 (8.com 43 . B . .ittcannon. #1-64 UNC-2A MICRO-SOCKET .54) REF.Special) MJSV**P INSERT #1-64 UNC-2B A MAX. .075 (1. 26 21 .83) REF.168 (29.11) REF. LEAD LENGTH JACKSCREW MJSV-26S** (Shown) A Max.050 (1.050 (1.109 (2.100 (2.874 (22. MJSV-26P** (Shown) Part Number MJSV-26P** MJSV-38P** A Ref. .54) REF. + 38 26 Contacts Identification numbers are for reference and do not appear on connectors.55) MAX.190 (4.95) 1.54) . Dimensions shown in inch (mm) Specifications and dimensions subject to change 38 Contacts www. LEAD LENGTH .91) 1 .82) Part Number MJSV-26S** MJSV-38S** Contact Arrangements Face view of pin .075 (1.167 (4.100 (2.300 (7.91) 1 .20) 1.061 (1. .13) MAX. 20 + 15 .57) B Ref.43) MAX.62) MAX.94) MAX.

and meet or exceed the applicable requirements of MILDTL-83513. metal shell Q . #26 AWG.050" Contact Spacing MICRO-K microminiature circular connectors are rugged yet lightweight .050 (1. Type E Teflon.Screw coupling.050 (1.Socket TERMINATION TYPES H . (H) 003 MIL-W-16878/4.050 (1.Straight plug (MIK. except has a steel shell and receptacle for improved ruggedness and RFI resistance. How to Order R RoHS COMPLIANCE SERIES CONNECTOR TYPE SHELL STYLE CONTACT ARRANGEMENT CONTACT TYPE TERMINATION TYPE TERMINATION LENGTH CODE HARDWARE SERIES MIK: Microminiature Circular CONNECTOR TYPES No Letter . 37. HARDWARE G .55 #24 AWG thru #32 AWG Contact Termination Crimp Contact Rating 3 Amps Couping Threaded Polarization Keyways Contact Spacing .Rear panel mounted receptacle (MIKQ) CONTACT ARRANGEMENTS 7. 1" uninsulated solid #25 AWG (L) 2 gold plated copper. Electroless Nickel Plated* Glass-reinforced Thermoplastic 50 Microinch Gold Plated Copper Alloy No. MIKM: Similar to our MIK. portable MICRO-K radios.55˚C to +125˚C. Maximum temperature range .19. color coded to MIL-STD-681 System I. 85 #24 AWG thru #32 AWG Crimp 3 Amps Threaded Keyways .Insulated round hook-up wire L . Maximum temperature range .050 (1. military gun sights. reliable coupling. 1/2" uninsulated solid #25 (L) 1 AWG gold plated copper. Dimensions shown in inch (mm) Specifications and dimensions subject to change MIK M 655 P * ** *** www.55˚C to + 125˚C. metal shell SHELL STYLES 0 . of Contacts Wire Size ELECTRO/MECHANICAL FEATURES MIK 7.Pin S .55˚C to + 125˚ C. 6-Straight Plug MIKM 7.27) Centers Shell Styles 0-Wall Mtg.Nut only (MIKQ plug only) NOTE: Contact types cannot be interchanged between shell styles. 18". #26 AWG.Wall mounting receptacle (MIK and MIKM only) 6 . panel thickness of up to 3/32" can be used on the larger sizes. Applications include biomedical. Specifications STANDARD MATERIAL AND FINISHES MIK Shell Coupling Nut Insulator Contacts Thermoplastic Stainless Steel Passivated Glass-reinforced Thermoplastic 50 Microinch Gold Plated Copper Alloy MIKM Stainless Steel Stainless Steel Passivated Glass-reinforced Thermoplastic 50 Microinch Gold Plated Copper Alloy MIKQ Brass Brass. yellow. MIKM and MIKQ) 7 .ittcannon.Push/Pull. Receptacle *For plug only Electrodeposited for receptacle. in back mounting applications.27) Centers 0-Wall Mtg. Applications include commercial TV cameras. Type E Teflon. MIK: Accommodate up to 55 contacts on . airborne landing systems and medical equipment. 37 #24 AWG thru #32 AWG Crimp 3 Amps Push/Pull Keyways . instrumentation and miniature black boxes.Cable nut and grip (MIKQ plug only) N .Jam nut mount (MIKQ only) 9 . 85 CONTACT TYPE P .Screw couping. Maximum temperature range .55. It accommodates up to 85 twist pin contacts. MIL-W-16878/4. Five keyway polarization prevents cross plugging. 6-Straight Plug MIKQ 7.. MIKQ: A quick disconnect metal shell and receptacle version that can be instantaneously disconnected yet provides a solid lock when engaged.7/34 strand. 55.Uninsulated round solid wire TERMINATION LENGTH CODE (STANDARDS) (H) 001 18".27) Centers 7-Jam Nut 6-Straight Plug 9-Rear Panel Mtg. 19.Microminiature Circular . plastic shell M . The threaded coupling nuts provide strong. 7/34 strand. Standard MIK connectors are available in two shell sizes accommodating two contact arrangements pre-wired to your specific requirements.27) centers (equivalent to 420 contacts per square inch).com 44 . MIK receptacles can be either front or back panel mounted.

+ R S D DIA. Shell Dimensions MIK (Rear Panel Mount Thickness .4) 8 (203. (gm. they do not appear on connectors.325 (8.57) .134 (3.54) .8) 18 (457.625 (15.355 (9. D DIA. L F L D DIA.18) L Max.315 (8.010 (0. R A THD.. H (TYP. (gm.25) Max.078 (1.08) .ittcannon.30) .054 (1.73) S T Avg.68) Avg.) Plug Receptacle Shell Size 7 only Plug Part Number by Shell Size MIK6-7P MIK6-55P A Thread 5/16-24UNF-2B 9/16-24UNF-2A Plug Receptacle Shell Size 55 only D Max.005 (0. L A THD.2) 20 (508.460 (11.032 (0.com 45 . . Weight Max.050" Contact Spacing Standard Wire Termination Codes The following termination codes are listed for your information.0) 36 (914.202 (5.003 (0.54) .51) Max.72) Receptacle Part Number A D F by Shell Size Thread ± .81) .2) 10 (254.335 (8.) F L K H (TYP.760 (19.68) . K A THD A THD.02) .062 (1. .8) 120 (3048.0) 24 (609.0) -All Yellow 020 019 026 029 028 001 038 009 010 011 013 017 042 Color Coded 027 016 034 025 002 003 023 004 005 006 048 046 041 Contact Arrangements Face View.010 (0.089 (2.81) Dimensions shown in inch (mm) Specifications and dimensions subject to change www.) ±5% .4) 48 (1219.) ± 5% .0) 12 (304.375 (9. For additional codes please refer to Appendix on page 79 and 81. Teflon Stranded Length 3 (76.440 (11.18) H ± .022 (.25) Max. oz.6) 30 (762.062 (1.460 (11.635) .57) R ± .98) .57) .100 (2.see Tabulation "T") Weight given is 1/2" uninsulated.495 (12.Microminiature Circular . HARNESS TYPES (H) MIK #26 AWG per MIL-W-16878 Type E. S + D DIA.88) .630 (16.00) .755 (19. Pin Side-(Male Twist Pin Contacts) 1 1 4 1 5 4 9 15 22 32 23 29 34 37 33 28 40 47 53 55 52 46 39 17 25 16 12 16 17 19 10 16 24 31 29 39 48 58 67 75 82 85 74 81 3 9 20 12 5 4 11 19 28 38 47 57 66 MASTER KEY (TYP) 2 7 1 3 6 13 4 5 8 4 1 3 7 10 MIK/MIKM/MIKQ 7 Contacts MIKQ 19 Contacts MIKQ 37 Contacts MIK/MIKM 55 Contacts MIKM 85 Contacts Cavity identification numbers are for reference only.2) 72 (1828.315 (8. solid #25 AWG gold plated copper pigtails .52) .00) .13) . All wire lengths are minimum.2) 6 (152. .580 (14.00) MIK0-55S 9/16-24UNF-2A . Max.26) K L ± .26) . MIK0-7S 5/16-24UNF-2B . Weight oz.

260 (6.63) .18) .08) . .460 (11.376 (10.08) .29) .375 (9.950 (24.57) .515 (13.44) .13) C Ref.08) .490 (12.510 (12.093 (2.043±.)+5% .70) .57) L Max.630 (16.57) .364 (9.440 (11.714 (20.57) .51) max.30) .580 (14.13) .71) B MAX. MASTER KEY . H (T Y P . .17) Dimensions shown in inch (mm) Specifications and dimensions subject to change www.06) .68) .68) Avg.52) MIKQ Front Panel Mounting Front Panel Mounting-MIKQ7 A Shell Size MIKQ7-7P MIKQ7-19P MIKQ7-37P B DIA.062 (1.73) .755 (19.)+5% _ .94) . (gm.30) B MAX. not supplied with Cable Nut & Grip.89) Avg.18) MIKQ (Front Panel Mounting Type Shown-.520 (13.13) D THD.470 (11.078 (1. .13) .45) .346 (9..)±5% .24) .00) .635 (16.18) H + .855 (21.80) D Thread 3/8-32UNEF-2A 1/2-28UNEF-2A 3/4-20UNEF-2A Avg.36) Thickness) .390 (9.845 (21. Weight oz.12) S Max.76) .062 (1.091 (2.325 (8.091 (2.125 (3.ittcannon.98) .88) MIKM0-85S 11/16-24UNEF-2A .760 (19.5 1 ) M ax.00) .18) .60) . .128 (3.405 (10.245 (6. .)±5% .52) .91) . .003 (0. B * NUT A C DIM.740 (18. .214 (6.20) C MAX.36) REF.80) MIKM0-7S 5/16-24UNF-2A .23) *Std. (gm.16) . . Conn.490 (12. .78) B DIA. See Mod Codes. Weight oz. A ± .see Tabulation "T") . A T H .740 (18. T Max. (gm.625 (15.48) MAX.495 (12.575 (14.12) .775 (19. .051 (1.75) .300 (8.333 (9. Weight _ oz.62) . S K MIKM/MIKQ L AT H D AT H D R S D D IA .359 (9.440 (11.84) L Max.Microminiature Circular .78) .315 (8.214 (6. ACROSS FLAT . L D D IA .125 (3.18) . .515 (13.) F L K AT H D R D D IA .419 (11.31) K .08) .88) 5/16-24UNF-2A 5/8-24UNEF-2B 11/16-24UNEF-2B Receptacle Part Number by Shell Size A Thread D F Max.3 3 5 (8 .440 (11. (gm.180 (4.760 (19. B DIA.22) . Lanyard Relase Is Available.005 (0. 1.) F L Plug Receptacle Shell Size 7 only Plug Part Number by Shell Size MIKM6-7P MIKM6-55P MIKM6-85P A Thread Plug Receptacle Shell Size 55 & 85 D Max. . Consult factory. Weight oz.385 (9.13) _ .305 (7.92) .460 (11. Plug Plug Part Number by Shell Size MIKQ6-7S MIKQ6-19S MIKQ6-37S Receptacle A MAX.67) MAX.320 (8.860 (21.09±0.45) R + .062 (1.093 (2.60) .350 (8. Avg.745 (18.032 (0.45) .81) .46) .335 (8.345 (8.95) .050" Contact Spacing Shell Dimensions (Continued) MIKM (Rear Panel Mount Thickness .13) MAX.674 (17.54) .005 (1. Receptacle Part Number by Shell Size MIKQ6-7S MIKQ7-19P MIKQ7-37P A MAX. .400 (10.D D D IA .08) _ .054 (1.com 46 . H (T Y P . .20 (30.18) .30) MAX.760 (19.475 (12. FOR SIZE 37 ONLY C DIA.269 (7.31) .005 (0. A DIA.26) MIKM0-55S 5/8-24UNEF-2A .

09 ± 0. MAX.050" Contact Spacing Shell Dimensions (Continued) MIKQ9-7P (Back Panel Mounting) .13) Shell Size MIKQ9-7P .010 (15.490 MAX.48 MAX.570 (14.54 ± 0.885 MAX.09 ± 0.Microminiature Circular .505 MAX.30 -0.) 3/4-20 UNEF-2A THREAD .440 (11.33 ± 0.83 MAX.345 (8.665 MAX.00 ) Receptacle MIKQ9-37P (Back Panel Mounting) .17) Dimensions shown in inch (mm) Specifications and dimensions subject to change www.564 (14.043 ± .45 MAX.) 13/16 HEX NUT INSULATOR .043 ± . (22.010 (6.010 (10. MAX.010 (18.54 ± 0.48) DIA.32) MAX.043 ± .09 ± 0. .25) . 5/8 HEX-NUT .35 ± 0.13) KEY .25) . WIRE EXTENSION LENGTH .010 (6.010 (13.250 ± .25) DIA.22) DIA.76) DIA.755 (19.485 (12.740 (18.015 -.58) MIKQ9-37P .76) MIKQ9-19P ..535 (13.) Receptacle MIKQ Rear Panel Mounting A B DIA.005 (1.13) .25) SHELL . (12.425 (10.005 (1. 7/16-28 UNEF-2A SHELL 1/2 HEX-NUT Receptacle MIKQ9-19P (Back Panel Mounting) KEY .250 ± .730 ± .245 (6.005 (0. MAX.35 ± 0.ittcannon.79 +.485 (12. .25) MIKQ .18) . 9/16-24 UNEF-2A THREAD .425 (10. (16.010 (6.13) .000 +0.87 ± 0.415 ± .25) INSULATOR . (12.33) .525 ± .78) B Dia.89) MAX. Rear Panel Mounting-MIKQ9 A ± .005 (1.35 ± 0.250 ± . .625 ± .25) INSULATOR .32) MAX.com 47 . .

Available with latches or guide pins. 19/38 Stranded. Gold Plated per MIL-G-45204 #26 AWG. The MicroPin Contact System assures maximum performance in a minimum package. Three termination styles are available: solder cup. assuring positive contact alignment and robust performance. excellent wipe and superior shock and vibration performance. #26 AWG insulated wire. passivated Dimensions shown in inch (mm) Specifications and dimensions subject to change www. MT Product Features • • • • • • • • • • High Performance MicroPin Contact System High-density . The socket contact is precision machined from high strength copper alloy and features a smooth lead-in chamfer. For other wiring options contact the factory for ordering information.050” contact spacing Pre-wired for ease of installation Fully potted wire terminations Guide pins for alignment and polarizing Quick-disconnect latches 3 Amp current rating Precision crimp terminations Solder cup.Microstrips . silver-plated copper. SLEEVE WIRE WIRE CRIMP Specifications Current Rating Dielectric Withstanding Voltage Insulation Resistance Contact Resistance Operating Temperature Durability Shock/Vibration Connector Mating Force Latch Retention Wire Size 3 Amps max 900 VAC @ sea level. or printed circuit leads. TFE Teflon insulation per MIL-W-16878/4 #25 AWG gold-plated copper per QQ-W-343 Epoxy 300 series stainless steel.050" Contact Spacing The Cannon Microstrips provide an extremely dense and reliable interconnection solution in a minimum profile package.) x (# of contacts) 5 lbs. The MicroPin features seven points of electrical contact. #25 AWG uninsulated solid wire. giving great application flexibility. pigtail. General Performance requirements in accordance with MIL-DTL-83513 Materials and Finishes Insulator Contact Contact Finish Insulated Wire Uninsulated Solid Wire Potting Material/Contact Encapsulant Latch MTV: Glass-filled polyester per MIL-M-24519. 8 milliohms max.com 48 . 50 G’s/20 G’s (8 oz.000 feet altitude 5000 megohms min. 300 VAC @ 70. MTB: Glass-filled diallyl phthalate per MIL-M-14 Copper Alloy per MIL-C-83513 50 Microinches Min. min. MTV polyester -56°C to +125°C. harness. MTB diallyl phthalate -55°C to +150°C 500 cycles min. The beryllium copper pin contact is fully recessed in the insulator.ittcannon. pigtail or printed circuit terminations Surface mount leads MicroPin Contact System The Cannon MicroPin Contact System offers uncompromised performance in downsized interconnects. Microstrips are frequently found in board-to-wire applications where high reliability is a primary concern. MT strips will also accommodate #24 AWG through #32 AWG. This contact system assures high normal force.

For use with MTV1 only. 04 – Spring latch installed in center cavity of socket strip. 40 positions is the maximum recommended size for standard strips.Pin S – Socket Pin Strip Socket Strip MT MTV1 – 16 P H001 01 Termination Style Solder Cup contacts for customer termination S Pre-wired Pigtails H067 – Pre-wired pigtail with 18” of insulated Teflon wire per M22759/11.ittcannon. Latch clips installed in end cavities of pin strip.190” extension BL61 – . #26 AWG.190” extension AL61 – . 03 – Spring latches installed in end cavities of socket strip. 01 Guide Pins In End Cavities 02 Guide Pins In Cavity #1 03 End Latches 04 Center Latch Dimensions shown in inch (mm) Specifications and dimensions subject to change www.125” extension Surface Mount .190” extension L61 – .050" Contact Spacing How to Order R RoHS Compliance Series MTB1 – High Temperature Diallyl Phthalate 150°C (Recommended for severe environments) MTV1 – Polyester 125°C (Recommended for general purpose use) Number of Cavities 2 through 40.com 49 . Spring latch installed in center cavity of pin strip.018” diameter.125” extension Right Angle Terminals staggered footprint .050" in-line footprint . 10 color repeating Straight Terminals .018” diameter. Blank holes in end cavities of pin strip. For use with MTV1 only. #26 AWG. gold plated BL57 – .018” diameter. 02 – Guide pin installed in cavity #1 of socket Strip. gold-plated L1 – 5” extension L2 – 1” extension L57 – . Blank holes in cavity #1 of pin strip.125” extension Right Angle Terminals . This number is the total number of cavities including guide pins and latches. gold-plated CL1 Guide Pin and Latch Options 01 – Guide pin installed in end cavities of socket strip. but sizes up to 120 positions are available on request. yellow HY01 – Pre-wired pigtail with 18” of insulated Teflon wire per M22759/11.Microstrips . gold plated AL57 – .018" diameter. Contact Type P. 19 strand. 19 strand.

065 (1.45) ±. MTV Stainless Steel Male Female .170 (4.05) .070 (1. .050" Centers CAV #1 PIN ALL EVEN NUMBERED CONTACTS .65) MAX.190 (4.25) TYP CAV #1 SOCKET AL57 . .54) .030 (0.64) REF .025 (0.100 (2.190 (4.065 (1. .018 (1. L1: .014 gms.040 gms. .035 gms.18) .18) MIN+ .4) L57: .050 (1.001 (0.035 gms.140 (3. . .004 gms.100 (2.76) .7) L2: 1.65) MAX. Latch Terminal Dimensions .160 (4.018 (.ittcannon.015 (0.54) .050" Contact Spacing Connector Weights Contact (with std.125 (3.18) MIN+ .65) ±.com 50 .021 gms.125 (3.32) MAX.500 (12.002 (.78) .00 (25.Microstrips .100" Spacing Staggered Surface Mount Terminals Dimensions shown in inch (mm) Specifications and dimensions subject to change www. . .100 (2.83) AL61 .015 (0.06) .56) .0120 (0.38) .006 gms.190 (4.002 (0.03) .27) MIN SOLDER DIPPED Right Angle Terminals .38) BL57: .010 (0.83) L6: .5) Solder Cup Straight Terminals Right Angle Terminals .30) ± . 1/2” copper pigtails) MTB Insulator (per contact cavity) Guide Post pin socket pin socket MT .125 (3.074 gms.83) BL61: .54) .

076 (1.0) All Yellow H020 H019 H026 H029 H028 H001 H033 H009 H010 H011 H013 H017 H042 Color Coded H027 H016 H034 H025 H002 H003 H023 H004 H005 H006 H048 H046 H041 Termination Code L61 L56 L57 L39 L58 L1 L14 L2 L7 L6 L16 L10 Length .25) Standard Wire Termination Codes The following termination codes are listed for your information.51) REF .2) 10 (254.89) REF .2) 6 (152.125 (3.(L) #25 AWG Gold Plated Copper Length 3 (76.25) REF .375 (9.83) .Microstrips .ittcannon.89) REF .750 (19.250 (6.81) .035 (0.78) REF .070 (1.4) 8 (203.(H) #26 AWG per MIL-W-16878 Type E. All wire lengths are minimum.150 (3.050 (1.003 (0.35) MAX .032 ± .96) MAX .500 (12.78) REF .2) 20 (508.72) MAX .000 (50.22) REF .045 (1.050 (1.2835 (7.0) 24 (609.077 (1.81 ± 0.200 ± .35) .70) .14) MAX .5) 120 (3048.20) Dimensions shown in inch (mm) Specifications and dimensions subject to change www.020 (0.27) REF NO CONTACT . For additional codes please refer to Appendix on page 79 and 81.050" Contact Spacing Latch Dimensions MT .035 (0.000 (25.50) 3.107 (2.05) 1.035 (0.20) REF .40) 1. Harness Type .8) 18 (457.0085 (0.100 (2.89) REF .com 51 .010 (6.27) REF NO CONTACT .010 (5.4) 48 (1219.500 (63.0) 12 (304.54) REF Female Latch Male Latch Guide Pin Dimensions .08) DIA.08 ± 0.500 (38. .0) 36 (914.000 (76. Teflon Stranded Solid Uninsulated Type .035 (0.6) 30 (762.190 (4.250 (6.52) .93) MAX .2) 72 (1828.89) REF .80) 2.18) .10) 2.070 (1.

270 (108.920 (99.86) 5. Dimensions shown in inch (mm) Specifications and dimensions subject to change www.070 (77.970 (75.570 (14.05) 5.71) A ±.970 (126.126 ± .77) 1.45) 1.13) .770 (146.020 (25.620 (66.42) 1.46) 4.270 (57.270 (6.54) 4.015 (0.520 (64.59) 5.420 (112.720 (145.120 (3.470 (11.005 (2.970 (151.29) 5.58) 2.070 (128. EPOXY (INSULATED WIRE ONLY) Receptacle Part Number by Size MT*1-1** MT*1-2** MT*1-3** MT*1-4** MT*1-5** MT*1-6** MT*1-7** MT*1-8** MT*1-9** MT*1-10** MT*1-11** MT*1-12** MT*1-13** MT*1-14** MT*1-15** MT*1-16** MT*1-17** MT*1-18** MT*1-19** MT*1-20** Part Number by Size MT*1-21** MT*1-22** MT*1-23** MT*1-24** MT*1-25** MT*1-26** MT*1-27** MT*1-28** MT*1-29** MT*1-30** MT*1-31** MT*1-32** MT*1-33** MT*1-34** MT*1-35** MT*1-36** MT*1-37** MT*1-38** MT*1-39** MT*1-40** Part Number by Size MT*1-41** MT*1-42** MT*1-43** MT*1-44** MT*1-45** MT*1-46** MT*1-47** MT*1-48** MT*1-49** MT*1-50** MT*1-51** MT*1-52** MT*1-53** MT*1-54** MT*1-55** MT*1-56** MT*1-57** MT*1-58** MT*1-59** MT*1-60** Part Number by Size MT*1-61** MT*1-62** MT*1-63** MT*1-64** MT*1-65** MT*1-66** MT*1-67** MT*1-68** MT*1-69** MT*1-70** MT*1-71** MT*1-72** MT*1-73** MT*1-74** MT*1-75** MT*1-76** MT*1-77** MT*1-78** MT*1-79** MT*1-80** Part Number by Size MT*1-81** MT*1-82** MT*1-83** MT*1-84** MT*1-85** MT*1-86** MT*1-87** MT*1-88** MT*1-89** MT*1-90** MT*1-91** MT*1-92** MT*1-93** MT*1-94** MT*1-95** MT*1-96** MT*1-97** MT*1-98** MT*1-99** MT*1-100** Plug Part Number by Size MT*1-101** MT*1-102** MT*1-103** MT*1-104** MT*1-105** MT*1-106** MT*1-107** MT*1-108** MT*1-109** MT*1-110** MT*1-111** MT*1-112** MT*1-113** MT*1-114** MT*1-115** MT*1-116** MT*1-117** MT*1-118** MT*1-119** MT*1-120** A ±.49) 3.48) 5.220 (30.520 (89.320 (135.220 (5.08 ± 0.84) 4.420 (36.670 (93.005 (3.10) 5.13): MTV .94) .820 (71.13): MTB LEAD LENGTH .98) 3.78) 5.070 (52.47) 2.62) 4.70) 4.32) 5.13): MTB LEAD LENGTH .67) .27) TYP.015 (0.920 (48.620 (142.27) Contact Centers .92) 4.080 ± .320 (58.67) 5.370 (9.97) 4.39) 2.64) 1.120 (53.720 (18.020 (127.83) .720 (69.670 (42.85) .17) 2.03) 3.81 ± 0.com 52 .320 (84.27) TYP.50) A ±.79) 3. .003 (0.005 (7.36) 2.38) 3.770 (19.38) 1.220 (81.015 (0. EPOXY (INSULATED WIRE ONLY) A CAVITY #1 .920 (124.93) 2.015 (0.170 (80.13) CAVITY #1 CAVITY #1 .820 (122.220 (107. MTB1 and MTV1 .270 (32.32) .13): MTV .370 (34.13) .02) .94) 5.13) 5.770 (121.820 (46.48) .73) 4.720 (119.Microminiature Strip .320 (8.01) 2.470 (37. A CAVITY #1 . .670 (17.370 (85.100 ± .60) 3.070 (103.670 (67.620 (117.100/.13) .78 ± 0.870 (98.03 ± 0.69) 1.18) MAX.16) 4.36) 1.15) 1. there are several ways to prevent cross plugging.14) 3.78) .270 (83.870 (22.91) A ±.015 (0.170 (29.81) 4.04) 2.25) .74) 2.020 (51.370 (136.56) .020 (76.820 (97.19 ± 0.470 (88.06) 3.020 (102.57) 3.620 (91.38) 4.38) 2.870 (149.520 (114.37) .370 (111.420 (10.120 (79.30) 3.820 (20.05) .63) 2.070 ± .61) 1.005 (1.24) 5.920 (74.520 (38.75) 5.200 ± .420 (137.120 (104.53) 1.970 (50.283 ± .10) .12) 2.870 (123.60) .120 (130.220 (132.050 (1.320 (109.520 (140.005 (2.170 (55.80) 1.670 (144.670 (118.19) 4.43) 4..59) .27) 4.02) 5.125 (3.54 ± 0. One method is the use of guide posts that can be located in specified cavities to assure that the contacts will align when these post are positioned before mating.72) 1.125 (3.34) 1.91) NOTE: MTB1 available in up to 120 contacts.080 ± .83) 5.44) 3.120 (28.40) 5.68) 3.720 (94.370 (60.20 ± 0.99) 1.015 (0.78 ± 0.620 (15.520 (13.170 (105.220 (56.970 (100.85) 2.41) 3.920 (23.18) 1.010 (5.770 (70.620 (41.87) 3.52) 3.09) 2.570 (141.56) 5.00) 4.005 (1.76) 3.970 (24.37) 5.870 (72.170 (131.07) 1.55) 2.570 (65.66) 2.470 (62.420 (61.470 (113.320 (33.11) A ±.75) .40) .31) A ±.25) 3.96) 1.570 (90.020 (152.08) DIA.470 (138.88) 1..870 (47.38) 5.08) 4.90) 2.38) 4.820 (147.920 (150.22) 3.005 (2. MT Although in many cases it is not necessary to polarize 50-MIL STRIP connectors.35) 4.82) 2.570 (116.170 (4.21) 5.050" Contact Spacing Polarization Modification code "-01" in the part number refers to guide posts located on both ends of the socket side of the 50-MIL STRIP connector and empty cavities on the pin side to accept the guide posts.070 (27.032 ± .ittcannon.89) 4.070 (1.770 (44.20) 2.95) 3.050 (1.64) 6.38) .23) 1.03 ± 0.270 (133.420 (86.570 (39.770 (95.720 (43.18) MAX.33) 3.50) 1.29) .050 (1.65) 4.28) 2.070 ± .

.126 ± .970 (126.32) 5.24) 5.283 ± .670 (118.10) 5.870 (47.070 (77.50) 1.00) 4.970 (24.005 (1.46) 4.32) .12) 2.370 (136.570 (65.670 (17.08) 4.18) MAX.40) 5.38) .78) 5.270 (6.13) LEAD LENGTH .570 (141.370 (60.20) 2.100 ± .58) 2.270 (57.080 ± .770 (70.19 ± 0.82) 2.02) .03 ± 0.970 (100.54) Contact Centers .070 (27.44) Part Number by Size MT*2-31** MT*2-32** MT*2-33** MT*2-34** MT*2-35** MT*2-36** MT*2-37** MT*2-38** MT*2-39** MT*2-40** MT*2-41** MT*2-42** MT*2-43** MT*2-44** MT*2-45** MT*2-46** MT*2-47** MT*2-48** MT*2-49** MT*2-50** MT*2*51** MT*2-52** MT*2-53** MT*2-54** MT*2-55** MT*2-56** MT*2-57** MT*2-58** MT*2-59** MT*2-60** A ±.48) .070 (1.66) 2.98) 3. .06) 3.56) 5.770 (146.370 (85.13): MTV .81 ± 0.070 (128.70) 4.78 ± 0.54) TYP.970 (151.02) 5.770 (121.170 (80.16) 4.08) DIA.68) 3.670 (144.270 (133.ittcannon.38) 3. .670 (93.870 (123.13): MTB .370 (34.970 (50.070 (103.080 ± .870 (22.52) 3.54) 4.10) .370 (9.470 (113.005 (1.94) .13): MTB CAVITY #1 .770 (44.470 (138.76) 3.070 (52.032 ± .26) 1.88) 1.005 (2.28) 2.570 (14.270 (108.005 (2.60) 3.125 (3.170 (131.010 (5.86) .72) 1.62) 4.14) 3.770 (95.470 (37.005 (7.13) CAVITY #1 .870 (98.34) 1.56) .20 ± 0.870 (149. EPOXY (INSULATED WIRE ONLY) Receptacle Plug Part Number by Size MT*2-1** MT*2-2** MT*2-3** MT*2-4** MT*2-5** MT*2-6** MT*2-7** MT*2-8** MT*2-9** MT*2-10** MT*2-11** MT*2-12** MT*2-13** MT*2-14** MT*2-15** MT*2-16** MT*2-17** MT*2-18** MT*2-19** MT*2-20** MT*2*21** MT*2-22** MT*2-23** MT*2-24** MT*2-25** MT*2-26** MT*2-27** MT*2-28** MT*2-29** MT*2-30** Dimensions shown in inch (mm) Specifications and dimensions subject to change A ±.48) 5.94) 5.670 (42.015 (0.04) 2.005 (3.070 ± .80) 1.13): MTV .42) 1.005 (2.970 (75.100 (2.86) 5.100 (2.84) 4.25) CAV #1 A CAVITY #1 A MT .570 (116.470 (11.38) 4.770 (19.54) TYP.92) 4.200 ± .13) .36) 2.270 (83.30) 3.170 (29.015 (0.003 (0.070 ± .Microminiature Strip .com 53 . EPOXY (INSULATED WIRE ONLY) LEAD LENGTH .90) 2.03 ± 0.170 (4.08 ± 0..78 ± 0.40) .22) 3.670 (67.170 (55.270 (32.125 (3.96) 1.18) MAX.54 ± 0.78) .570 (39.570 (90.100 (2.870 (72.470 (88.64) 1.370 (111.100/. .170 (105.64) www.050" Contact Spacing MTB2 and MTV2 .18) 1.74) 2.470 (62.

color gold. including the SBR 90˚ or right angle variation available for multi-layer boards. This series incorporates the proven MICROPINTM/MICROSOCKETTM contact.050 (1. MECHANICAL FEATURES Contact. Code C.27) center spacings.54) centers 64/92 (alternate contact holes) LAYOUT 64. and industrial /commercial control systems.100 (2. OTHER MODIFICATIONS Consult factory MEB 1 . Class 3. This contact has an outstanding record of high reliability and millions of contacts are in use in various applications where electrical interconnects are used. Type II.050" Contact Spacing The Micro Edgeboard (MEB) connector series provides a combination of high density and high reliability for applications in airborne and space systems.C.. socket side only LEAD LENGTH Consult factory for wire lead modification codes. Class 1. boards.050 (1.. Pin and Socket: Copper Alloy. The MEB has machined aluminum shells for ruggedness.27) centers 128/184 2 .0010 to . The MEB. boards. with microsocket contacts. The mating male (mother) board side can have the terminations formed to meet the application demands.Socket * For other contact spacing acommodations consult customer service.0015 (0.25 Size or Length: 2 sizes Coupling: Friction/Jackscrew 303 stainless steel. "coke bottle” termination for double-sided P.ittcannon. color black available for MEB-128 upon Contact Spacing Centers: .27) request. SAE AMS-C-26074. color green Polyester per MIL-M-24519.Micro Edgeboard . can be mounted on the female (daughter) side of double or single-sided P. plug with twist pin contacts or recept. passivated per QQ-P-35. 128. 50 microinch gold per ASTM B488.Pin S . electroless nickel per Consult factory for stranded wie lead modifications codes. including 90˚ or right angle pigtails for multi-layered P. Jackscew/Jackpost: r Shells.050 (1.04) thick or conversion coating per MIL-C-5541. Dimensions shown in inch (mm) Specifications and dimensions subject to change www. 184 CONTACT TYPE P . Contacts are on . except . Conforms to MIL-C-55302/120 thru 123. Type GPT-30F .C.03 to 0.. TERMINATION MODIFICATIONS LUninsulated solid wire HInsulated stranded round harness wire SSolder pots BR PC board right angle. boards. computers and peripherals. diallyl phthalate insulator for top electrical performance and a 36-position polarization key system to prevent cross plug- MEB ging.com 54 . A variety of termination types are available.C. polarizing keys (36 positions) Polarization: Insulator: Glass-filled diallyl phthalate per MIL-M-14. Harnessing capability is also available for both pin and socket sides. (not qualified) Specifications MATERIALS AND FINISHES TERMINATION TYPES Shell: 6061-T6 Aluminum Alloy per QQ-A-200/8 or QQ-A-225/8.128 P * * *** CONTACT SPACING 1 . 92. Shell Styles: Plug and receptacle How to Order Not applicable for printed circuit board configurations shown on pages 55 & 56 R RoHS COMPLIANCE SERIES PREFIX CONTACT SPACING LAYOUT CONTACT TYPE TERMINATION MODIFICATIONS LEAD LENGTH OTHER MODIFICATIONS SERIES PREFIX MEB Micro edgeboard. Class 4. Type SDG-F.

51) . (gm.187 (4.045 (1.57 ± .180 ± .27) B1 B .62) F Max.75) X .09) DIA.75) DIA.35) C ±.180 ± . THRU "B"SIDE ONLY Part No.010 (0.14) DEEP "C" BORE 2 PLACES "A" SIDE ONLY ..14) DEEP "C" BORE 2 PLACES "A" SIDE ONLY . .98) E ±.33) B ±.25) .98) E ±.010 (0. THRU .38) . Dimensions shown in inch (mm) Specifications and dimensions subject to change www.40 ± .093 (2.050 (1.187 (4. THRU . THRU "B"SIDE ONLY Part No.C.16) D ±.5 (14. Receptacle (Daughter Board) MEB1-12BS A .400 (10.400 (10.25) .C.62) F Max.75) X .950 (100. .280 (7.010 (0.25) .250 (6.045 (1.015 (0.010 (0.030 (0. Board with shell modifications.57 ± .36) thick P.17) 3. .75) DIA.010 (0.050" Contact Spacing Plug (Mother Board) MEB1-12BS MEB A .300 (7. 128S 128SBR Weight A oz.200 (5.700 (93.0035 (2.187 (4.0945 ± .250 (6.020 (0.0945 ± .200 (5.25) 3.005 (4.5 (14.250 (6.35) E .280 (7.33) .51) .com 55 .700 (93.010 (0.11) G* Max.16) D ±.015 (0.27) B1 B . Board with shell modifications.25) .187 (4.35) E .030 (0.0035 (2.17) A ±.5 (14.5 (14.13) G D .ittcannon.25) 3.27) A1 RETAINING PIN HOLES C F H #24 AWG .050 (1.050 (1.09) DIA.17) B ±.76) H ±. ±.25) .) Max.08) *Will accept up to .010 (0.250 (6.050 (1.950 (100.27) A1 RETAINING PIN HOLES C F H #24 AWG .36) thick P.17) . 128S 128SBR Weight oz.08) *Will accept up to .020 (0.093 (2.11) G* Max. .300 (7.38) 3.) Max.25) .40 ± .13) G D . (gm.76) H ±.35) C ±. .010 (0.Micro Edgeboard .005 (4.

075 (1.11) G +.27) TYP B1 D H #25 AWG (MEB1-184P) or G F TYP E .75) DIA.09) DIA.010 (0. 184P Weight oz.343 (8.250 (6.0945 ± .57 ± 0.075 (1.32) 1.25) _ .280 (7.62) .075 (1.Micro Edgeboard .25) _ .050 (1.093 (2.25) _ .13) _ 2.32) B +.35) . *Will accept up to .40 ± .25) _ .91) TYP.25) . 3 PLACES-B SIDE ONLY J Part No.200 (5.08) J ±.350 (8.187 (4.71) C ±.0035 (2.343 (8.010 (0.13) G . Board with shell modifications.) Max.250 (6.775 (70.050" Contact Spacing Plug (Mother Board) MEB1-184P B2 B1 C MEB A C A1 .250 (6.005 (0.180 ± .075 (1.020 (0.35) F +.16) E ±.91) DEEP "C" BORE 3 PLACES-A SIDE ONLY.010 (0.280 (7.050 (1.. (gm.010 (0.27) TYP. (gm.C.010 (0.ittcannon.91) . Dimensions shown in inch (mm) Specifications and dimensions subject to change www.015 (0.005 (0.91) A2 A1 RETAINING PIN HOLES .400 (10.010 (0.76) H ±.187 (4.800 (147.49) D ±. THRU .89) H +.75) X .300 (7.010 (0.99) Receptacle (Daughter Board) MEB1-184S . G Max.275 (6.25) . A ±.com 56 .075 (1.16) E +.775 (70.64) _ .015 (0.49) D +. .800 (147.38) B ±.25) .35) 1.51) .0945 + . A A1 C C C B .0 (28.0 (28.35) A +.35) 5.40 + 0.010 (0.0 (28.09) _ 3 PLACES B .005 (4.36) thick P.) Max.0035 _ (2. 1.35) D F H #24 AWG E .38) _ 5.11) All round pigtail #25 AWG wire termination designs available for the MEB1-12B receptacle will apply on the MEB1-184 series also.13) 2.400 (10.030 (0. 184S 184SBR Weight oz.025 (0.025 (0.25) F Max. Part No.91) B1 RETAINING PIN HOLES .64) _ .71) C +. .

250 (6.029 (0.06) B ± .81) .54) 3 PLACES A1 Keying Accessory .050 (1.27) B6 B4 B2 B7 .003 (2.075 (1.99) B1 .100 (2.35) E ± . MAX.010 (0.029 (0.08) .075 (1.com 57 .26) C ± . .91) .72 ± 0.79) MIN.08) . (4.86 ± 0.74) DIA.Key and Retaining Pin Polarizing Hardware Kit MEB-128-P/N 320-9514-003 MEB-184-P/N 320-9514-002 Contains 2 polarizing keys and 4 spiral pins.001 (0.110 (2.003 HEX.100 (2. MEB ROW B EVEN* ROW B ODD* A6 A2 A7 A5 A3 A1 .86 ± 0.313 (7.03) MEB-184 P/N 980-0004-129 #2-56 UNC-2B THREAD .089 (2.95) Dimensions shown in inch (mm) Specifications and dimensions subject to change www.26) MEB-128 P/N 980-0003-879 D ± . .57) ROW A EVEN* ROW A ODD* PC BOARD B1 .186 ± .005 (0.69 ± 0.25) .325 (8.25) .001 (0.180 (4. D P/N 201-9509-000 A ± .034 ± .08) DIA.03) B C .54) .081 (2.050" Contact Spacing PC Board Right Angle MEB1-128SBR .Micro Edgeboard .91) .003 (0.003 (0.034 ± .275 (6.106 ± .74) DIA. MAX.010 (0. E A .ittcannon.13) .150 (3..08) .

25) 2 PLACES .08) MIN.050" Contact Spacing Jackscrew/ Jackpost Assembly (MEB 64 & 128 Sizes Only) Jackpost Kit MEB plug or receptacle-P/N 320-9514-001 Contains 2 bushings and 4 spirals pins Jackscrew Kit MEB plug-P/N 320-9521-001 MEB receptacle-P/N 320-9521-000 Contains 2 jackscrew assemblies RETAINING PIN JACKPOST JACKPOST MEB RECEPTACLE CONNECTOR RETAINING PIN PLUG CONNECTOR .032 (0.260 (6.200 (5.285 (7.100 (2.73) .060 (1. JACKSCREW ASSEMBLY #2-56 UNC-2A THREAD .41) DIA.35) Dimensions shown in inch (mm) Specifications and dimensions subject to change www.56) thk] JACKSCREW ASSEMBLY Plug with Jackscrew Receptacle with Jackscrew Special Variations Alternative Receptacle Configuration . .99) .79) 2 PLACES .07 ± 0.016 (0.52) .110 (2. .010 _ _ (3.022 (0.18 + 0.com 58 .ittcannon.270 (6.250 (6.81) THK] RETAINING PIN .86) MAX.25) RETAINING PIN WASHER [.54) 31 PLACES .045 (1. .76) .24) MAX.030 (0.275 (6.010 20. 4-40 UNC-THD THRU HOLE .Micro Edgeboard .125 + .14) REF.790 ± .. #2-56 UNC-2A THREAD WASHER [.580 (14.60) MAX.

Condition B: 48 hours Method 307: At 5 amps - Vibration Durability Moisture Resistance Salt Spray Contact Resistance Contact Retention Dimensions shown in inch (mm) Specifications and dimensions subject to change www. They are available in D subminiature size metal shell rectangular.91). communications and audio equipment. except BR Series (2 amps max. • Contact retention: Crimp snap-in/removable. plastic shell rectangular and strip configurations. 10-2. The Centi contact is crimp removable.54) centers.The Centi Line .000 VAC at sea level Voltage 300 VAC at 70. • Contact materials and finish: Copper alloy.) • Minimum contact centers: 0. When the connector halves are mated. connectors are available for customer assembly. Code C. Type II.100 (2. Class 1. 12 hours 500 cycles of mating and unmating. The twist pin contact is recessed within the insulator housing while the rugged cylindrical socket is exposed.plated per ASTM B488. now under compression. Condition I: 100 G's. stranded or solid.25.91) and . 6 millisecond duration sawtooth pulse Method 204. The CentipinTM contact. Performance Data Test Method Criteria of Acceptance No breakdown No breakdown 5. Condition B: 15 G's. Method 106.075 (1. 500 CPH max. max. • Mating/unmating force: 12 oz.. Standard crimp and assembly tools are available. per contact.000 megohms minimum No physical damage No physical damage No loss of continutiy> 1/µsec No physical damage No loss of continuity> 1µsec No mechanical or electrical defects Insulation resistance > 100 megohms Shall be capable of mating and unmating and meet contact resistance requirements 9 milliohms maximum 4 lb. • Wire sizes: #22 thru #26 AWG.075" Contact Spacing The Cannon Centi connectors are especially suitable for commercial applications such as computers.000 Hz. • Contact termination: Multiple indent crimp. 3 axes. instrumentation. Condition A Method 107. gold. All Centi connectors use the reliable twist pin contact design in a 5 amp version terminated on .ittcannon.075 (1. Condition A +55˚C to +85˚C Method 213.com 59 . minimum axial load (after 10 insertion extraction cycles) Dielectric Withstanding Method 301: 1. the chamfered sockets guide the pins into positive alignment. forms a multi-point contact with the CentisocketTM to provide a high degree of reliability.000' altitude Insulation Resistance Thermal Shock Physical Shock Method 302. Standard Data • Contact rating: 5 amps max. Omit 7a and 7b Method 101.

45 .Friction or jackscrew .05 15. cadmium plated with yellow chromate supplementary coating MECHANICAL FEATURES Sizes Coupling Polarization Contact Spacing .91) Mounting Hardware . In this design contact positions are reversed. and the chamfered-entry of the sockets. after 10 cycles. 3 4 4. C.239 .75 5. min.252 . POSTIVE CONTACT ALIGNMENTflexible pin is recessed in insulator cavity and rugged socket is exposed 5 6.182 .95 18. STANDARD D HARDWARE1 Including full range of D-Subminiature accessories 2.91) centers. and dust caps. CONTACT RETENTIONthermoplastic internal shoulder snaps into a locking groove in the contact.255 . C and D FLOAT MOUNTS Omit if not required CONTACT ARRANGEMENT 19. assures positive mating even under severe misalignment conditions.Copper alloy.183 . TWIST PIN CONTACTSseven outer wiping surfaces assure electrical continuity even under severe shock and vibration 5.) Less With Contacts Less With Contacts 4. The chamfered front of the contact will not damage the internal shoulder in the insulator.Five shell sizes: E.78 7.A106 Gold over brass A156 Gold over brass Contact Termination .Steel.Crimp snap-in A197 Tin/Lead over steel *Brass non-magnetic also available How to Order 2D E R 2D A F RoHS COMPLIANCE SERIES SHELL SIZE FLOAT MOUNTS CONTACT ARRANGEMENT CONTACT TYPE TERMINATION MODIFICATION NOTE: Connectors may be ordered less contacts by adding the mod callout "FO" at end of number. guide pin plates.142 .342 .551 . The Double Density D connector is available in the five popular shell and insert sizes accommodating up to 100 contacts.com 60 . 1. 79 and 100 CONTACT TYPE* P .22 11.70 12.40 11.Standard jackscrew F173 .Stainless steel and Float Mounts Insulator Contacts Alternate finish.075" Contact Spacing The Double Density D is a rectangular connector in the popular D Subminiature shell configuration featuring double the contact density in the same insert area.Double Density D .Jackpost assembly F172 . A. The Double Density D connector can thus accommodate up to 100 contacts instead of 50. initially. 4 lbs. Contacts are then supplied in bulk form.05 3.413 .Double Density D SHELL SIZE E. min.Socket TERMINATION BR .75 7. highly reliable CentipinTM/CentisocketTM contacts on . 31. The contacts are retained in the monobloc insulator by a resilient internal shoulder that snaps into a locking groove in the contact.Keystone-shaped shells . This double contact density is achieved by using field-proven. Retention Force: 8 lbs. gold plate . and D . TM 2D Contacts are crimp removable type.075 (1.308 ..90˚ right angle PCB mounting (For BR Series use "P" to designate jackpost) MODIFICATION F171 .15 11.173 .Pin S .402 . ONE PIECE MONOBLOCK INSULATORglass-filled nylon material 2 3.20 4. 52. A wide range of accessories can be used.555 .Low profile jackscrew For other modifications consult factory Dimensions shown in inch (mm) Specifications and dimensions subject to change * Accommodates AWG #26 thru #22 www.633 . A. B. including junction shells. switching shells. the flexible Centipin contacts are recessed in the insulator and the more rugged CentisocketTM contacts are exposed.386 .90 8.Glass-filled nylon . B. Modification Code .133 . GUIDE-IN KEYS AND KEYWAYSassure alignment during mating and prevent scooping 6 Specifications WEIGHT Part Number by shell size 2DE19P 2DE19S 2DA31P 2DA31S 2DB52P 2DB52S 2DC79P 2DC79S 2DD100P 2DD100S Weight (in gr.95 5.17 6.. 19 31 S P BR * * * * SERIES 2D . These connectors mate exclusively with other Double Density D connectors.651 *Shell MATERIALS AND FINISHES .ittcannon.453 .70 9. This reversal of positions. in the positive contact alignment design.73 15. potting cups.85 10.) Weight (in oz.177 .390 .02 5.075 (1.62 17.

74)MAX.640 (16.555 (14.25) ± .047 (1.129 (3.55) 1.250 (6..0025 (2.10) .19) .729 (69.99) .72) .72) .60) .25) ± .426 (10.032 (.025 Grip (4.72) 2.10) .236 (5.422 (10.29) .57 ± 0.28) . Jackscrew/Jackpost Assembly #4-40 UNC-2A THREAD .272 (57.55) 1.032 (213) .120 (3.28) .14) .088 (53.32) .555 (14.250 (6.25) 2DE19P 2DE19S 2DA31P 2DA31S 2DB52P 2DB52S 2DC79P 2DC79S 1.555 (14.308 (7.35) .17) .494 (12.914) .426 (10.12 ± 0.729 (69.914) .05) V Max.10) 1. .27) .968 (24.625 (41.55) .120 (3.10) .036 (.484 (12.555 (14.120 (3.50) 2DD100P 2.99) Part Number by Shell Size 2DB52S 2DC79P 2DC79S 2DD100P 2DD100S T + .047 (1.05) .02) 2.129 (3.555 (14.312 (33.120 (3.72) .236 (5.82) .72) .19) .010 (0.71) .010 (15.032 (213) .35) .25) ± ..05) .759 (19.032 (213) .010 (0.87) .90) .231 (5.com 61 .120 (3.914) .055 (1.555 (14.230 (5.236 (5.10) .047 (1.308 (7.38) #4-40 UNC-2A THREAD Standard (F172) Jackscrew (factory installed) Dimensions shown in inch (mm) Specifications and dimensions subject to change Low Profile (F173) Jackscrew (factory installed) Jackpost (F171) Front Panel Connector Mounting Only www.14) .555 (14.00) .31) 2.99) ..17) .10) .250 (6.82) .213 (30.67) .605 (15.25) .541 (39.010 (0.697 (17.036 (.37) 2.00) .422 (10.51) .243 (6.90) .180 ± .72) .852 (47.055 (1.25) ± .422 (10.406 (61.05) .036 (.223 (5.025 (0.99) .92) 2.231 (5.534 (13.28) .120 (3.35) .55) 2.308 (7.500 (63.05) .92) .494 (12.17) .38) ± .04) 2.28) .87) .11) .494 (12.083 (27.856(21.378 (9.020 (0.28) .036 (.620 ± .914) .37) 2.360 (9.422 (10.406 (61.50) 2.40) .032 (213) .75 ± 0.56) For shell with float mounts.25) ± .000 (0.03) 1.72) .422 (10.72) .25) ± .81) .25) ± .055 (1.56) 2DD100S 2.075" Contact Spacing Standard Shell M A B 10˚ (TYP) K J G L 2D + + D E + + H C V TWO MTG.635 (66.120 (3.494 (12.64) MAX.555 (14.81) 1.26 ± 0.38) ± . Part Number by Shell Size 2DE19P 2DE19S 2DA31P 2DA31S 2DB52P T + .000 (0.31) 2. 2DEF19P.180 ± .914) . .233 (5.015 (8.60) .05) .213 (30.494 (12.555 (14.015 (0.156 (54.020 (0.70) .429 (10.51) .420 (10.90) .72) .308 (7.047 (1.03) 1.99) .64) Length #4-40 UNC-2A THREAD . .984 (24.92) 2.025 Grip (4.19) .984 (24.64) Length #4-40 UNC-2B THREAD .010 (0.534 (13.57 ± 0.759 (19.422 (10.14) 1.37) 2.40) .243 (6.010 (0.236 (5. add letter F after shell size.422 (10.123 ± .17) .812) TOTAL DIAMETRAL FLOAT + G D + H M V C TWO MTG.19) .90) .55) 1.82) .35) .55) 1.Double Density D .99) .17) .250 (6.010 (0.500 (63.494 (12.583 (40.66) .243 (6.72) .062 (52.127 (54.010 (0.625 (41.010 (0.87) .605 (15.40) .32) .71) .243 (6.ittcannon.422 (10. e.325 ± .11) .27) .55) .32) 1.032 (213) .99) .64) MAX.236 (5.429 (10.088 (53.178 (55.360 (9.243 (6.04) 2.378 (9.852 (47. HOLES .26) .231 (56.g.55) 2.82) .82) .129 (3.429 (10.005 (3.429 (10.231 (5.422 (10. .40) .555 (14.51) .25) ± .064) Part Number A B C D E G H J K L M N by Shell Size± .047 (1.055 (1.82) .236 (5.248 ± 0.67) 2.30) 1.40) .10) .90) .055 (1.236 (5.99) Float Mount A B 10˚ (TYP) + + K J N E .58) 1.10) ..272 (57.494 (12.494 (12.426 (10.10) .82) .03) 1.236 (5.25) ±.0885 ± .010 (0.76) 2.99) .010 (0.036 (.422 (10.025 (0.429 (10.541 (39.21) 1.19) .083 (27.14) .05) . HOLES .178 (55.10) .84) MAX.99) .312 (33.13) T .635 (66.51) .508 (38.025 (26.015 (0.32) .

54) REF.95) REF. .115 (2.540 (39.12) 2.312 (33.86) 1.43) . .3 Row .18) . A A PCB Termination Leads (all contact arrangements) .54) REF.76) MIN.65) .54) .53) .100 (2.100 (2. Use reverse order for socket side.024 (6.com 62 .0375 (0.53) .95) .215 (30.148 (3.130 (3.253 (6.99) 1.028 (7.500 (63.015 (0.480 (12.Double Density D . .25) .45) B B .510 (12. However they do appear on rear of insulator.100 (2.075" Contact Spacing Contact Arrangements All views are pin front face.38) +_ .08) LEAD #1 Part Number by Shell Size 2DE19SBRP 2DA31SBRP 2DB52SBRP 2DC79SBRP A ± .003 (0. .852 (47.490 (12.53) Dimensions shown in inch (mm) Specifications and dimensions subject to change www.010 (0.10) to .090 (53.033 (8.984 (24.ittcannon.18) #4-40 UNC-2B THREAD (2 PLACES) LAST CAV.34) B ± .04) 2. 90˚ PCB Mounting . .690 (17.92) . 2x . TYP. 1 7 14 6 13 19 1 11 22 10 21 31 1 18 36 17 35 52 2D DE 19 Contacts DA 31 Contacts 1 27 52 76 DB 52 Contacts 26 51 75 100 1 27 54 26 53 79 DC 79 Contacts DD 100 Contacts Cavity identification numbers are shown for reference only and do not appear on insulator front face.90) CAV.38) 1.125 (3.690 (17.95) .. #1 .233 (5.190) REF. LAST LEAD Suggested finished PC hole Size .075 (1.30) .09) 2. . .11).065 (1.690 (17.53) MAX.53) .32) 1.50) C Max.690 (17.690 (17.92) DIA.730 (69.510 (12.075 (.

635 (66. .92) DIA.790 (20.75) .18) .490 (12.590 (14.620 (15.Page 62 Dimensions shown in inch (mm) Specifications and dimensions subject to change www.. TYP.45) B B .38) _ 2. .125 (3.015 (0.075 (1.08) REF.07) Contact Arrangements .07) MAX.ittcannon.253 (6. + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + .200 (5.075 (1.065 (1.100 (2.406 (61. .11) C Max.115 (2.30) MIN.54) REF.43) .90) REF.130 (3.93) B + .790 (20. . + + + + + + ++ + + + + + + + ++ + + + + + + + ++ + + + + + + + ++ + + .010 (0. + + + + + + + + + + .90) .510 (12.25) _ 2.0375 (0.54) REF.65) .92) .233 (5. .4 Row 2D .075" Contact Spacing 90˚ PCB Mounting .99) CAV #1 + + #4-40 UNC-2B THREAD (2 PLACES) CAV #100 A A LEAD #100 LEAD #1 Part Number by Shell Size 2DD100SBRP A + .95) .Double Density D .100 (2.com 63 . .94) REF.

11) .35) For contact part numbers.926 (23. Method 2DE 2DA 2DB 2DC 2DD Front Rear Front Rear Front Rear Front Rear Front Rear A + .05) _ .218 (56.312 (33.743 (44.567 (14.15) .656 (16.ittcannon.20) .257 (6.060 (1.623 (15.52) .05) .492 (12.406 (61.005 (0.406 (61.297 (58.66) .513 (13.060 (1.312 (7.08) 2.449 (11.120 (3.32) 1.13) _ .060 (1.806 (20.92) .52) .312 (33.38) 1.13) _ .225 (5.326 (59.com 64 .492 (12.674 (42.005 (0.26) 1.73) 2.060 (1.17) C + .005 (0.05) .03) .24) .984 (24.04) 1.257 (6.075" Contact Spacing Panel Cutouts A B G F 10˚0' TYP.449 (11.513 (13.27) 1.11) .05) .852 (47.56) E + .52) .120 (3.13) _ .278 (7.196 (30.134 (28.926 (23.26) .005 (0.52) .120 (3.13) _ .40) .71) .132 (3.50) .852 (47.202 (30.52) .82) .Double Density D .50) 2.18) 1.449 (11.002 (0.083 (2.656 (16.120 (3.132 (3.52) 1.032 (0.05) .40) .32) 1.75) 1.71) .257 (6.71) .005 (0.257 (6.083 (2.120 (3.120 (3.149 (29.060 (1.54) 1.002 (0.11) 2.10) F + .005 (0.225 (5.53) .984 (24.083 (2.120 (3.13) _ .34) B + .513 (13.555 (14.163 (29. TYP G D C Mtg.225 (5.) RECOMMENDED RIVET THICKNESS Front Mounting Standard Front Mounting Float RIVET THICKNESS Rear Mounting Standard Rear Mounting Float Dimensions shown in inch (mm) Specifications and dimensions subject to change www.500 (63.109 (28.53) .05) .52) .601 (15.449 (11.132 (3.05) .05) _ .060 (1.120 (3.52) .513 (13.52) 2. Panel Mounting 3/32 THICKNESS (REF.05) .52) .03) .75) 1.250 (31.11) D + .13) _ .225 (5. Conn.40) .002 (0.874 (22.060 (1.53) .500 (63.04) 2.99) 1.060 (1.083 (2.403 (10.71) .53) .132 (3.250 (31.203 (30.. 2D E H FULL R D C K TYP R .35) .03) .80) 1.34) 2.35) .53) 1.120 (3.05) _ .05) H + .203 (30.05) .52) .47) 1.52) .11) .120 (3.060 (1.52) K + .083 (2.66) .05) .50) 2.35) .10) .99) .391 (60.56) 1.06) G + .35) .03) .11) .132 (3.11) .872 (22.060 (1.40) .437 (11.50) .837 (21. termination tooling and assembly see pages 67-69.81) R MAX.40) .

SILICONE SEAL RING CONTACT HEIGHT . if preferred.88) ± .150 (3.065 (1.81) ± . front release.344 (59. holes) .025 (51.25) .22) MAX. TYP.063 (1.025 (51.No lock type with rear gasket CONTACT ARRANGEMENT 139 (Consult customer service for other sizes) CONTACT STYLE P . .88) ± .035 (0.65) .25) . . .625 (15.005 (0.010 (0.Centi-D Loc-.72) MAX.69) ± .150 (3.13) 2.13) 2. Connector utilizes rear insertion.045 (1.18) DIA. MATERIAL Insulator: Dielectric Gasket: Contact: Seal Ring Black Nylon Polychloroprene Copper Alloy.535 (13.38) .25) 2.016 (0.44) MAX.005 (0.Centi-loc pin S .625 (66.Centi-loc socket MODIFICATION CODES F0 .44) MAX.015 (0.005 (0.68) CAVITY #1 .F0 SERIES Centi-D Loc Series TYPE 2 2A . The CDL is a general purpose connector with a peripheral o-ring and wire sealing gasket.565 (14.25) 2.14) .89) .560 (14. crimp snap-in size 22.625 (15.No lock (mtg. CONTACT HEIGHT .344 (59.60) ± .2035 (51.139 P .260 (6. Gold Plated Silicone How to Order RoHS COMPLIANCE SERIES TYPE CONTACT ARRANGEMENT CONTACT STYLE MODIFICATION CODES R CDL 2A .010 (0. MAX. CAVITY #1 .010 (0.540 (13. .35) ± .175 (4.54) ± .com 65 .54) ± .44) MAX.075" Contact Spacing CDL A subminiature all plastic high density "D" rectangular connector.25) . centi-loc contacts installable by the custormer or.13) Contact Arrangements Engaging Face View CAVITY #1 CAVITY #92 CAVITY #92 CAVITY #117 CAVITY #139 CAVITY #139 CAVITY #1 CAVITY #70 CAVITY #70 CAVITY #117 Plug Dimensions shown in inch (mm) Specifications and dimensions subject to change Receptacle www.59) MAX.Less contacts Plug 2. Plug Receptacle Recommended Panel Cutouts .125 (3.60) RAD.* .41) .010 (0.81) ± .010 (0.ittcannon. by the factory.

60mm) strip with 53 contacts on .ittcannon.075(1.230 .040 (1. Part Number CTA3-KIT CTA4-KIT CTA3-C TA4-KIT Insulator Contact Guide Posts Center spacing Polarizing Posts .com 66 . 6.90 Dimensions shown in inch (mm) Specifications and dimensions subject to change www. Components and Accessories The CENTI-LOC strip connector can be ordered in kit or bulk form.100"/.91) Pin .475 (12. Insulator Guide Post Polarizing Post Material Nylon Nylon Nylon Nylon Passivated Stainless Steel Passivated Stainless Steel Dimensional Data 4.54) Pin .06) MAX.92) MAX. giving additional contact strength and positive contact alignment during mating.075 (1. If more then one connector is required.91) centers.100 (2. . and medical equipment.91) The guide posts and polarizing posts are inserted in the same manner as the contacts.031 (102.075 (1.54) centers or a 4-inch (101. . .031 (153. These contacts utilize a proven positive contact alignment CTA design. front release.100 (2. . .54) posts are inserted into the socket insulator and the polarizing posts are inserted into the pin .040 (1. The guide .100 (2. crimp snap-in size 22 CENTIPINTM/ CENTISOCKETTM contacts.19) MAX. the parts can be ordered in bulk and assembled as desired.39) MAX.115 (2.91) & .100(2.075 (1.25 5. If more than one connector is required.241 ± 5% gm..91) Centers Weights Part Number CTA3 CTA4 No.203 . 5.40) strip connector with 60 contacts on .75 6. They are available in continuous strip form up to a maximum length of 6 inches (152.075 (1. The corresponding contact in the mating insulator must be removed for each.075" Contact Spacing CENTI-LOC connectors are low-cost nylon strip connectors designed for commercial applications such as instrumentation. . communications. The kit comprises all the parts necessary to assemble one complete 6-inch (152.275 (6.92) MAX. Part Number CTA3-IP-53 CTA3-IS-53 CTA4-IP-60 CTA4-IS-60 CTA-GP CTA-PP Contact Center Spacing Type .075 (1.100 (2.54) TYP.54) Centers Avy. . accommodating from 1 to 60 rear insertion.40mm).30 6. . Kit Form Kits include mating insulators with full complement of contacts and two guide posts. the parts can be ordered in bulk and assembled as desired. Weight oz.02) MIN.115 (2.075 (1.91) Socket .54) insulator.98) MAX.Strip Connectors .100 (2.91) TYP. See assembly instructions.54) Socket P/N 230-9507-000 P/N 230-9506-000 .185 . The kit includes matin g insulators with a full compliment of contacts and two guide posts. CTA3-. of Contacts 53 60 Contacts Type pin socket pin socket CTA4-. These connectors can be ordered in kit or bulk form.02) MIN.100 (2.

Soc.020 dia. tail . x .075" Contact Spacing Contacts Contact Part Number Pin Part Number Socket 030-9542-001 030-9542-002 030-9542-004 030-9542-011 030-9542-012 Type Standard 30µin.183 lg. Soc. plating 50µ in.ittcannon.020 dia. Part number: 995-0001-714. Tail Kit Part Number (handle and tip) CIT-PS-CTA-22 CIT-PS-CTA-24 CIT-PS-CTA-26 CIT-PS-CTA-28 CIT-PS-CTA-30 Tip Part Number** 323-9510-001 323-9510-002 323-9510-003 323-9510-004 323-9510-005 Handle Part Number** 204-9500-000 204-9500-000 204-9500-000 204-9500-000 204-9500-000 M22520/2-01 995-0001-584 L3198-CLP 995-0001-338 Locators Socket L3198-CLS 995-0001-353 * Based on wire size per MIL-W-16878 with Type E insulation.026 dia.445 lg.The Centi Line . (L3198-CL-PSL) *** Use special insertion tip (323-9510-016 &-017). Insertion Tools For Long Crimp barrel Contacts AWG Tip Part Number *** Size* Pin Contact 22 24 CTA-AB Assembly Holding Block Part Number: 328-9508-000 26 323-9510-008 323-9510-009 323-9510-010 Tip Part Number *** Socket Contact 323-9510-012 323-9510-013 323-9510-014 Handle Part Number*** 204-9500-000 204-9500-000 204-9500-000 *** To order the SINGLE KIT for the long crimp barrel contact (tip part numbers 323-9510-008 thru -014. ** The 5 insertion tips (part numbers 323-9510-001 thru .63) + .C. Soc.25) from pigtail length when used in 2D socket insulator for potting well of connector assembly.064 (1.com 67 . x . larger tool for wire having thick insulation.232 lg. tail . x . The front of the contact is chamfered to prevent damage to the internal shoulder as the contact is pushed into position.C. x . Pin Long crimp barrel ** Small crimp bore For AWG #32 & 30 Small crimp bore For AWG #28 & 30 P. and the pin and socket extaction tips maybe ordered as a SINGLE KIT by specifying the part number CIET-CTA-2.C. Soc. . except as noted. plus handle. [Part number: 070143-0002].. Pin P. use smaller tool for wire with thin insulation.018 dia.08) + . ** Special crimp locator required. _ Subtract .083 lg.081 (2. plating P. Pin 2D/CTA Socket 031-9540-000 031-9540-004 A resilient internal shoulder retains the contacts in the insulator housing. 031-9540-005 N/A *031-9540-013 P. plating With inspection hole. Pin 50µ in. . is 30 micro-inch gold.183 lg. handle and pin and socket extraction tips) please specify CIET-CTA-3.010 (. tail .C. .444 lg.25) from pigtail length when used in 2D pin insulator for potting well of connector assembly. Extraction Tools Contact CENTIPIN CENTISOCKET Description CET-P-CTA-2 CET-S-CTA-1 Kit Part Number (handle and tip) 070112-0002 070113-0001 Tip Part Number 324-9502-000 324-9501-000 Handle Part Number 204-9500-000 204-9500-000 Socket Extraction Tip Pin Extraction Tip Dimensions shown in inch (mm) Specifications and dimensions subject to change www.005).C.255 lg. Tail Contacts _ Subtract . tail .010 (.C. * Consult factory for any tail size or plating requirements. plating NOTE: Plating. 50µ in. 031-9540-016 031-9540-022 *** 031-9540-007 *031-9540-015 030-9542-014 030-9556-000 *** 030-9542-022 030-9542-015 *031-9540-019 030-9542-016 2D and Centi-Loc Crimp and Assembly Tools Tool Pin Description Part Number M22520/2-01 Insertion Tools For Standard Contact AWG Size* 22 24 CIET-CTA Handle Insertion Tips 26 28 30/P. P.

2. Using the proper crimp tool and locator.The Centi Line . steady pressure until the contact is released from the internal shoulder in the insulator. Dimensions shown in inch (mm) Specifications and dimensions subject to change www. Insert the stripped end of the wire into the contact crimp pot. (The socket tip will fit into the socket. Repeat for balance of contacts. Using a firm. 2D/CTA 4. There are a few helpful suggestions that will assure complete satisfaction when followed: 1. 3. The female (socket) side of the connector has been designed with a controlled float to allow for ease of mating. For contact extraction. Check for cut or broken wires and frayed insulation.54) Cut the wires to length required and strip . The proper crimp tool and locator (if required) must be used. steady pressure. push the contact into the cavity until the resilient internal shoulder in the insulator snaps into the locking groove in the contact. The shoulder of the tool tip bottoms against the rear of the insulator. 2D Assembly Instructions WIRE STRIPPING CONTACT CRIMPING .. The shoulder of the tool tip bottom against the insulator face to prevent damage to the internal shoulder. any unnecessary strain caused by clamping the leads too close to the rear of the connector should be avoided.100" of insulation from the end to be crimped. 1. Substitutions of crimping equipment may result in connector failure at the assembly operation.075" Contact Spacing 2D/CTA CENTI-LOCTM Connectors Assembly Instructions The Double Density D/CTA CENTI-LOC Connectors are highly reliable and simple connectors to use. and crimp the contact to the wire. To avoid reducing this float or causing a splaying of the contacts. and the socket tip will bottom out in the socket contact. Place the proper insertion tip in the insertion/-extraction handle and put the tip over the wire as shown.100 (2. Remove the tool tip and pull the contact from the rear of the connector. The tool tip will butt up against the crimp pot. Use of recommended tooling together with proper assembly techniques will pay dividends in reliability and reduced costs. remove the insertion tool tip and replace it with the proper extraction tool tip. Connector must be firmly supported during both insertion and extraction operations. Squeeze the handles firmly to insure a proper crimp (tool will not release if crimping is incomplete). Insert the tool tip into the contact cavity: (the pin tip will butt up against the shoulder of the pin contact. Apply a firm. NOTE: Contact stop must be changed in tool locator when crimping pin and socket contacts. After crimping a contact to a lead it is of vital importance that the proper tool be used to assure seating the contact in the insulator in the proper position.ittcannon. Any substitution of insertion tools may result in over or under insertion of the contact which may damage the retention system of the insulator. These tools have been designed for use with this product. The following instructions should be followed. and the pin tip will slide over the pin bundle).) 2. preventing over-insertion.com 68 . CONTACT INSERTION 1. insert the contact into the locator. CONTACT EXTRACTION 2. Repeat for the balance of contacts to be removed.

2. The socket extraction tool is a solid rod that fits into the socket contact. Position the insertion tool tip on the rear of contact as shown. 2. Start contact insertion by placing the crimped contact in the cavity by hard.ittcannon. . The guide post and polarizing posts are inserted in teh same manner as the contacts. The connector will bottom against the internal shoulder in the groove in the assembly block. the tool tip bottoms against the rear of the insulator. Guide Posts Polarizing Posts 3. With firm steady pressure. The corresponding contact in the mating insulator must be removed for each. 4. . and the polarizing posts are inserted into the pin insulartor. Dimensions shown in inch (mm) Specifications and dimensions subject to change www. 3. EXTRACTION 1. slides over the pin bundle and butts against the front shoulder of the pin. Insert the extraction tool into the cavity and apply firm pressure until the contact is pushed thru the rear of the connector. To prevent over insertion.. Place the connector into the slot in the assembly block with the arrows on the insulator pointing downward. To extract the contacts. 4.The Centi Line . The insulation must be pulled back from the crimp pot approximately 1/32" to allow the tool tip to butt against the contact crimp pot. Repeat for balance of contacts to be removed.475 (12. place the conector face up in the assembly block so that the contact to be extracted is in the end of the block that has a fully slotted opening.06) MAX. the external shoulder butts against the contact socket shoulder. The guide posts are inserted into the socket insulator.98) MAX. The pin extraction tool tip is tubular.075" Contact Spacing CTA Assembly Instructions INSERTION 2D/CTA 1.275 (6. push the contact into the cavity until the resilient internal shoulder snaps into the locking groove in the contact. Lift the insulator from the groove and pull the contact out.com 69 .

fixed via epoxy. 72. Specifications • Contact Rating . 24.0. where applicable. Comp. #30 AWG solid. pin bundle: precious metal alloy or BeCu. Condition A Method 107.#32 AWG stranded. Termination can consist of uninsulated pigtails or insulated wire all pre-harnessed at our factory to your specifications. 3 lb. per contact max. which allows continuity in very dense areas and under severe shock and vibration. 12 hours 500 cycles of mating and unmating. • Mating/unmating force . or BeCu per CDA alloy 172 & 102 . pin Sleeve: nickel silver or cartridge brass. 37 Polyester 9. so please consult the factory for further information on your requirements. • Minimum contact centers .Nickel silver/ASTM B122. Condition B: -65˚C to +125˚C Method 213. Condition D: 15 G's. • Contact materials . Method 106. 6 millisecond duration sawtooth pluse Method 204. omit 7b Method 101. 21.025" Contact Spacing NANO contacts incorporate the highly reliable Twist Pin concept.000 megohms minium No physical damage No physical damge No loss of continuity > 1 µ sec No physical damge No loss of continuity > 1 µ sec No mechanical or electrical defect Insulation resistance > 100 megohms Shall be capable of mating and unmating. B or Cartridge Brass per CDA alloy 260 - Test Data The table below summarizes the results of key tests performed in accordance with MIL-STD-202. available in strip. B. Data is applicable to standard connecTest Dielectric Withstanding Voltage Insulation Resistance Thermal Shock Physical Shock Method Method 301: 350 VAC at sea level 100 VAC at 70. 60 milliohms maximum With precious metal 80 milliohms maximum } alloy Nanopin contact. of Contacts Pin Bundle Material Socket Sleeve Material Pin Sleeve Material Phenolic 1-40 Contacts Shell Type NTP Single Row Strip NDM Metal Shell Rectangular Alum. Comp.1 amp max.000 Hz. metal shell and plastic. Successful applications for NANO connectors are many and varied. requiring low engagement and separation forces.com 70 . • Contact rentention . 15. and meet contact resistance requirements Vibration Durability Moisture Resistance Salt Spray Contact Resistance } With gold plated BeCu Nanopin contact. alloy 2024 T351 per QQ-A-250 or 6061-T6 per QQ-A-200 nickel plate Phenolic 9. 500 CPH max. 3-axes.64). rectangular or circular configurations with center jackscrew.The NANO Line . Condition B: 48 hours Method 307: At 1 amp At 100 milliamps Contact Retention tor with standard terminations. Insulator No.000' altitude Method 302. from the Air Force's AIRS program to actual human implantations in the medical research field. 10-2.. • Contact termination . minimum axial load 30 milliohms maximum Dimensions shown in inch (mm) Specifications and dimensions subject to change www. Criteria of Acceptance No breakdown No breakdown 5.integral pigtail or multiple indent crimp. Condition I: 100 G's.Nickel silver per ASTM B122. 266 NJS NJSC Rectangular Circular Center Jackscrew Center Jackscrew . • Wire sizes .025 (0. Variations may affect this data. Due to various industry application requirements the NANO line is available in several different configurations. 25 31.Precious metal per ASTM B477 and ASTM B541. 44 Polyester 27.6oz.socket: nickel silver.ittcannon.

825 (20.Phenolic CONTACT LOCATION 1 .575 (14.50) .150 (3.54) .200 (5..010 (0.625 (15.700 (17. .425 (10.06) MAX.43) .70) . NT P NT 2 40 S H *** Dimensions NTP B .61) .78) . .450 (11.850 (21.175 (4.69) Receptacle .64) centers 2 .000 (25.27) .500 (12.300 (7.650 (16.025 (0.025 (0.45) .875 (22.80) .53) .225 (5.075 (1.Socket (Receptacle) TERMINATION MODIFICATION L .025 (0.075 (1.35) .91) .Strip Connectors .775 (19.500 (12.91) .18) .64) centers 20 Maximum .725 (18.550 (13.975 (24.34) Part Number by Insulator Size NTPI-21*-** NTPI-22*-** NTPI-23*-** NTPI-24*-** NTPI-25*-** NTPI-26*-** NTPI-27*-** NTPI-28*-** NTPI-29*-** NTPI-30*-** A Ref.600 (15.Contacts on .125 (3.89) .07) Plug .050 (1.225 (5.950 (24.900 (22.475 (12.080 (2.055 (1.24) .100 (2.54) .03) Plug .010 (0.650 (16.15) .13) .51) .40) MAX.010 (0.Insulated harness wire MODIFICATION CODE For termination code.One piece contact/lead H .04) Dimensions shown in inch (mm) Specifications and dimensions subject to change www.875 (22.750 (19.78) .23) .350 (8.025" Contact Spacing How to Order .97) ..64) .88) .200 (5.160 (4.055 (1.16) . A .Solid uninsulated wire T .35) .88) .99) .850 (21.525 (13.025 (26.25) .64) TYP. see NJS section.50) .600 (15.300 (7.025 (0.375 (9.62) . and "T" Termination Types Part Number by Insulator Size NTPI-31*-** NTPI-32*-** NTPI-33*-** NTPI-34*-** NTPI-35*-** NTPI-36*-** NTPI-37*-** NTPI-38*-** NTPI-39*-** NTPI-40*-** A Ref.96) .05) .350 (8.34) . "L".775 (19.325 (8.51) .64) TYP. A .com 71 .89) .220 (5.025 (0.27) .150 (3.43) ."H" and "L" Termination Types Part Number by Insulator Size NTPI-1*-** NTPI-2*-** NTPI-3*-** NTPI-4*-** NTPI-5*-** NTPI-6*-** NTPI-7*-** NTPI-8*-** NTPI-9*-** NTPI-10*-** A Ref.81) .32) .96) .Contacts on .40) MAX.625 (15.62) .64) TYP.61) .800 (20.925 (23.400 (10.70) .700 (17.525 (13.08) .ittcannon.26) .26) . .925 (23.42) .40) MAX.575 (14.05) .675 (17.050 (1.53) .825 (20.13) .725 (18.72) B ±.99) Part Number by Insulator Size NTPI-11*-** NTPI-12*-** NTPI-13*-** NTPI-14*-** NTPI-15*-** NTPI-16*-** NTPI-17*-** NTPI-18*-** NTPI-19*-** NTPI-20*-** A Ref.055 (1.40) 1.59) . .97) ."H".16) .45) . B .NT R RoHS COMPLIANCE SERIES INSULATOR MATERIAL CONTACT LOCATION CONTACT ARRANGEMENTS CONTACT TYPE TERMINATION TYPE SERIES Nano Strip INSULATOR MATERIAL P .325 (8."T" Termination Types B ±.32) .250 (6.25) .900 (22.275 (6. .80) .425 (10.175 (4. .59) .72) .27) centers CONTACT TYPE P .24) .025 (0. A .550 (13.42) B ±..050 (1.125 (3.77) B ±.86) .475 (12.400 (10.07) .675 (17.950 (24.25) .050 (1.25) . page 73. .86) .Pin (Plug) S .375 (9.100 (2.010 (0.81) .77) 1.275 (6.08) .800 (20.750 (19.27) centers MODIFICATION CODE CONTACT ARRANGEMENTS 40 Maximum .975 (24.15) .69) .250 (6.450 (11.59) MAX.23) .18) . B .

Part Number By Shell Size NDM-9P*/S* NDM-15P*/S* NDM-21P*/S* NDM-25P*/S8 NDM-31P*/S* Consult customer service for availability of other sizes. .com 72 .30 + 0. .86) .265 (32.41) .67) .083 + .275 (32. NDM-37P*/S* A Ref.39) 1.155 (3. . type and mechanical modifications consult customer service..004 _ (1.865 (21.11 + 0. .725 (18.ittcannon.46) .58) 1.41) . .63) .NDM NDM R NDM.095 (2.004 (2. 15.32) 1.25) .175 (4..60) .83) Receptacle B Ref.150 (3.41) .661 (16.086 ± .600 (15.81) .004 + .12 + 0.025 (0.00) .11 + 0.350 (8.05) .79) .005 (0.81) R TYP.10) _ B . .10) _ DIA.265 (32.715 (18.025" Contact Spacing How to Order .875 (22.717 (18. .23) 1.35) .617 (15.13) D Max.32) 1.930 (23.41) .150 (3.017 (25.16) .18 ± 0. 37 CONTACT TYPE P = Pin (Plug) S = Socket (Receptacle) TERMINATION TYPE H = Insulated harness wire L = Solid copper T = One piece contact/lead P T ** MODIFICATION CODE To specifiy lead lengths.425 (36.095 (2.530 (13. _ .35) . Dimensions NDM D C .005 (0.200 (5.51) 1.04) 1.095 (2.565 (14. Size 9 15 21 25 31 37 A ±.43) C ±.42) .095 (2.565 (14.08) .51) 1.004 (2.411 (10.780 (19.05) .00) .900 (22.261 (6.025 (0.13) B + .41) C + .965 (24. Plug D C .000 (0.20) Panel Mounting Dimensions .30) MAX A B _ .10) _ .715 (18.97) .965 (24.025 (26.561 (14. .24) .004 _ (2.41) B A Dimensions shown in inch (mm) Specifications and dimensions subject to change www.9 RoHS COMPLIANCE SERIES CONTACT ARRANGEMENTS CONTACT TYPE TERMINATION TYPE MODIFICATION CODE SERIES NDM .10) DIA.TYP.005 (0. Receptacle . 25..867 (22.083 + .750 (19.130 (3.680 (17.467 (11.7) .125 (28.TYP.032 (0.080 (27.000 (0.115 (28.81) MAX.115 (28.13) .961 (24.02) 1.94) MAX.89) . TYP C .317 (8.380 (9.811 (20.44) MAX.44) .21) .16) .64) TYP.865 (21.095 (2.005 (0.97) .21) MAX.65) .86) Plug B Ref.81) MAX.500 (12.051 + . A .10) _ DIA.NANO D Metal Shell .205 (5. 21.62) 1.13) .27) .41) .004 (1.095 (2.NANO D Metal Shell CONTACT ARRANGEMENTS 9.64) TYP.13) .13) . 31.

13) . 44.95) .150 (3.2) 6 (152. For additional codes please refer to Appendix on page 80 and 82.19) .0) All Yellow H 020 H 019 H 026 H 029 H 028 H 001 H 038 Color Coded H 027 H 016 H 034 H 025 H 002 H 003 H 023 Length 24 (609.95) .19) .com 73 .165 (4.4) 8 (203.05) 1. Length 3 (76.435 (11.078 (1.255 (6.078 (1.165 (4.000 (50. (H) 001 = 18" #32 AWG 7/40 strd.0) All Yellow H 009 H 010 H 011 H 013 H 017 H 042 Color Coded H 004 H 005 H 006 H 048 H 046 H 041 Code L61 L56 L57 L39 L58 L1 Length .000 (76.190 (4.51) .2) 20 (508.98) Plug Side View D ±.35) .8) 120 (3048.0) 36 (914.165 (4. color yellow.24 P H *** TERMINATION TYPE H = Insulated harness wire L = Solid uninsulated wire T = One piece contact/Lead * See Termination Codes shown below for additional length modification codes.005 (0. Harness Type (H) #32 AWG. (L) 2 = 1" uninsulated solid #30 AWG gold plated copper (T)* = Consult customer service Standard Wire Termination Codes The following termination codes are listed for your information.250 (6.165 (4.125 (3.40) 1.95) .165 (4. 24.0) 12 (304.116 (2.000 (25.500 (38.138 (3.19) C ±.50) 3.19) .500 (12.116 (2.95) . .98) . 7/40 stranded.2) 10 (254. Type "ET" Teflon per MIL-W-16878/6 color coded to MIL-STD-681.138 (3.95) Part Number NJS-9P* NJS-9S* NJS-24P* NJS-24S* NJSC-266 NJSC-72 NJSC-44 NJSC-27 Dimensions shown in inch (mm) Specifications and dimensions subject to change www. 72 266) NJS CONTACT ARRANGEMENTS 9.Nano center jackscrew circular (27.005 (0.2) 72 (1828.95) .ittcannon. (H) 003 = 18" #32 AWG 7/40 strd.375 (9.8) 18 (457. 44) NJSC .70) Code L14 L2 L7 L6 L16 L10 Length . Type "ET" per MIL-W-16878/6 Solid Uninsulated Type (L) #32 AWG gold plated copper.NJS R RoHS COMPLIANCE SERIES CONTACT ARRANGEMENTS CONTACT TYPE TERMINATION TYPE TERMINATION CODE SERIES .19) .500 (63.255 (6.6) 30 (762.165 (4.95) .81) .116 (2.116 (2.Nano center jackscrew rectangular (9.13) .18) .51) .20) Center Jackscrew/Rectangular NJS-9 & NJS-24 1 D 9 5 8 4 B B A 0-80 UNF-2B THREADED INSERT C C Face View Pin Insert A Max.53) .116 (2. 24. (L) 1 = 1/2" uninsulated solid #30 AWG gold plated copper.10) 2.48) .116 (2. 27.19) .4) 48 (1219. System 1..95) .80) 2. All wire lengths ae minimum.83) .116 (2.165 (4. 72.750 (19.05) Receptacle Side View B Max.165 (4.435 (11.030" Contact Spacing How to Order . . 266 CONTACT TYPE P = Pin (Plug) S = Socket (Receptacle) TERMINATION CODE* NJS NJS . Type "ET" Teflon per MIL-W-16878/6.116 (2.19) .19) .48) .Center Jackscrew .05) .

com 74 . #0-80 UNF-2A GUIDE POST CAVITY (open) . Connector Saver NJS-9P & S . NJS SOCKET CONTACT .062 (1. PIN CONTACT WITH THRU-BUNDLE PIGTAIL EPOXY RETAINING CONTACT INSULATOR .57) REF. Part Number: NJS97294-835 Dimensions shown in inch (mm) Specifications and dimensions subject to change www.25) REF.28) REF.52) MAX.128 (3.29 ± 0.90 ± .060 (1.Center Jackscrew .010 (2..ittcannon.011 (.100 (2.062 (1. EPOXY WICKING .54) MAX EPOXY WICKING 0.030" Contact Spacing Contacts .011 (.25) .28) REF. Socket View Pin View (Thru-Bundle Contact) Pin View (Crimp-Type Contact) NOTE: Guide posts can be installed in any contaact cavity for polarization purposes. GUIDE POST (OPTIONAL WITH LOSS OF CONTACT .57) REF.

on numerous satellite and space launch systems. These examples represent just a snapshot of the many custom micro interconnects or cable assemblies that ITT can provide the industry. and Nogales Mexico. Defense Electronics. MT strip interconnects. Our cable assembly expertise has allowed ITT to develop innovative Six Sigma driven manufacturing processes that allows our customers a full breadth of tight pitch cable assemblies in 0.050. MDM series. M83513 Series. Dimensions shown in inch (mm) Specifications and dimensions subject to change www. Automation. manufacture. Hermetics.075. testing and screening.025 contact spacing. many aircraft mechanics still refer to ITT Cannon connector and cable assemblies as the Aviation standard. EMI suppression. moisture barriers. 0. Additional performance and test requirements beyond existing NASA GSFC guidelines can always be tailored so that additional custom test programs can be incorporated. The following paragraphs highlight several examples of interconnect cable assemblies for various Market segments that ITT services. and multiple cable types. micro miniature circular MIK series. Magnetic permeability. You will find our products in such markets as: Aerospace. MEB series. Medical Electronics. our historical product and assembly expertise dates back over 85 years to the founding of the original ITT Cannon. These cable assemblies are tested to meet the most stringent performance requirements as outlined by numerous NASA GSFC specifications. Industrial Automation. All of ITT’s Space rated micro interconnect assemblies utilize ITT QPL M83513 connectors. However. ITT’s Engineering and Product teams have over 200 years of combined experience in design. Today. High Speed Computer Networking. and Cryogenics has given ITT a tremendous understanding in developing high reliability space system interconnects and cable assemblies .100. ITT manufactures complete cable assemblies worldwide at locations in Santa Ana California. Dynamic Custom Cable Assemblies for Harsh Environments ITT has been a world leader in designing and manufacturing harsh environment micro interconnects and cable assemblies for over fifty years. MDM Mixed Signal Packages. Most of ITT’s custom cable assemblies utilize our standard Micro pin contact system. and Testing to ensure that our customers get the best cost effective harsh environment cable assemblies from ITT. Our complete interconnect solutions have flown on every major Aircraft and Space platform since the 1940’s. manufacturing processes. 0. You should expect no less from an Industry leader.ittcannon. In addition. Basingstoke UK. out gassing. and 0. and Telecommunications. Prior to the MIL DTL M83513 specification ITT had been qualified for all NASA GSFC performance and specification requirements. Custom Micro D and M83513 Interconnect cable assemblies As one of the original developers of the Micro Interconnect technology. ITT does use other types of contact systems when manufacturing mixed signal interconnect systems where signal speed and power contacts will be incorporated into a complete cable assembly solution. Satellite and Space Communications.Custom Cable Assemblies Our product portfolio has been developed and is continuing to be developed to provide our customers with new and better technologies that offer superior system level performance while lowering overall system level costs. ITT has been an industry innovator in providing complete harsh environment cable assemblies and stretching the state of art in such areas as: Filtering. and test of Space flight interconnects and cable assemblies. The various engineering and manufacturing centers of excellence are utilized to best fit various cable assembly and product platform specialties to provide our customers with the most cost effective solutions.com 75 . In fact. and our high density Nano Connectors. Space Grade Micro Interconnect cable assemblies ITT has been deciding and manufacturing Space Rated interconnects and cable assemblies since the beginning of the US space Program in the mid 20th century. High Speed and Mixed Signal Packages. Geophysical Exploration. Our expertise in material science. Our corporate culture in Six Sigma Methodologies allows ITT to continuously challenge our Engineering and Scientific professionals to develop new processes and technologies in Material Science. we provide complete turnkey cable assemblies for all of ITT’s micro connector portfolio including: Cent Line Interconnects. ITT’s harsh environment interconnects and cable assemblies are used in the most demanding applications and environments.

Pictured below is an ITT high temperature nano interconnect assembly. In this the most demanding of environments. Dimensions shown in inch (mm) Specifications and dimensions subject to change www. plating. Our custom medical assemblies are utilized in such applications as: patient monitoring. Not only are new fields being discovered in ocean depths greater than five miles but the wells themselves are being drilled deeper into the earths crust. flourosilicones. Again our engineering and manufacturing expertise in the material science of Liquid Crystal Polymer (LCP). ITT is well experienced in the careful selection of medical grade cables and termination materials to ensure fully compliant med. sometimes to depths of 30. MT strip and MIKQ series of interconnects.Custom Cable Assemblies High Temperature Harsh Environment Interconnect Assemblies The proliferation of deep water drilling prospects in the world’s oceans has created increased performance demands for micro miniature interconnects and cable assemblies for down hole oil field exploration.000 feet. and high temperature epoxies is leading ITT to develop high temperature performance beyond 200 degree C operating temperatures. diagnostics. ITT is developing new products around this nano interconnect platform that will not only increase signal density but will include new material’s and processes for higher temperature applications. Thus. the temperature extremes in excess of 200 degrees C are becoming the norm. Medical Electronics Cable Assemblies: As microminiaturization continues in the medical technologies field so the contributions of ITT’s micro interconnect devices and assemblies. Shown below is an example of ITT’s MIKQ high strength plastic circular quick disconnect connector cable assembly for a medical application.ittcannon. cal cable assemblies. and disposable systems. In addition to there specific connector types. These types of application have been well served by ITT’s Nano. imaging. metals.com 76 . ITT has been designing and manufacturing such micro interconnect connector and cable assemblies for over forty years.

The final back potting for strength is controlled by our standard 7. Please consult Customer Service for specific flex circuit assembly design considerations and requirements. 6.020 inches).050) 0. 0. to suit MDM connectors in particular and to ensure the circuits enter the potting well. especially at the edges of the circuit.085) 1.51 (. The diagrams opposite are basically a design guide for pad arrangements.196) 2. Since most Microminiature connectors have contacts set into two or three rows. The length of the pad is optional but of course it is important to provide enough coverlay.27 (. Our standard potting shrouds provide support to the circuit with a dimension of 7.079)/1. to avoid de-lamination. termination is a simple process.51 mm (.53 (060) FIRST POTTING LEVEL TO RETAIN CONTACTS Dimensions shown in inch (mm) Specifications and dimensions subject to change www. We suggest at least 0.275) potting fixtures.16 (. for a low profile and a neat finish.99 (.Flex Circuit Cable Assembly Terminating to Flexible Circuits Diagram 1 shows details of the pad spacing and the suggested amount of material to be left between the end of the pad A and the edge of the flex B. Diagram 2 illustrates how the connector is prepared with short pigtails and a special first pot which just captures the contacts.020) COVERLAY EXTENDS INTO POTTING Ideally.com 77 .020) A B 2.275) 4.51 (.ittcannon.00 (.00 (. it is best to terminate flexible circuits in line with the contacts.00 mm (.98 (.275 inches) from the rear of the flange.

However. In addition. Utilizing one of our partnership relationships. for external use. Enclosure Material aluminum alloys Magnesium alloys Stainless steel Copper alloys Cadmium plating Tin plating Nickel plating Chromium plating Silver plating Zinc & galvanise plating Titanium L = good = Satisfactory L L L X L L L X L L L L L Silver/Nickel X X L L X Silver/Copper X X L L X X L L L L L L L X L L L L X L L L L L L L Silver/aluminum Inert aluminum L Silver/Glass X X L L X Silver X X L L X L L L L L L L L L L L L Nickel/Graphite Nickel X = Not recommended Dimensions shown in inch (mm) Specifications and dimensions subject to change www. it is recommended that consideration be given to compatibility. shielding effectiveness.com 78 . Gasket Type Neoprene (wire impregnated) S S P G S P S S P = Poor Silicone (wire impregnated) S G P G S P S S S = Satisfactory Silicone (oriented wire) G G S G S G S S G = Good Neoprene (fabric wrap) G S S G G P S S Metallic finger stock G G P G G G G G Metallic fibres Conductive silicone rubber G G G S S S G G Shielding performance Temperature range IP sealing Compression force Compression range Surface texture Compression set Re-usability G G P S P P P P * Neoprene is a trademark of Dupont Conductive rubber gaskets can be loaded with many different metallic fillers but the choice of material is dependent upon a number of factors such as level of conductivity. Sealing Gaskets We have received requests for gasket materials to seal the MDM connectors into various enclosures. one of our UK based micro product groups of ITT can provide can provide custom designs utilizing proven banded systems in which the braid is captivated over a chimney style outlet. back fittings and a fully screened weatherproof convoluted trunking can be provided In addition to the above ITT can provide special back potting style termination systems for environmental protection and strain relief. These types of back shell systems are available in different material finishes and sizes and can be provided with special process termination methods. We recommend that you consider wider flanged connectors together with a low cost conductive gasket to provide an adequate surface area. Although ITT does not offer a standard back shell portfolio today. The following dimensions for gaskets and flange dimensions are regarded as the minimum that you should consider. Conductive elastomers generally offer a superior shielding performance when compared with alternatives as in table below. The type of gasket material has to be assessed because of the use of metallic fillers.Custom Back Shells Custom Back Shell Systems ITT has designed numerous back shell solutions for micro miniature interconnects for many harsh environment applications. Many applications are dry indoor environments where corrosion is not a major concern. The table on the next page is a summary. galvanic compatibility and cost. Galvanic Corrosion can occur when two dissimilar metals are in contact with one another in the presence of an electrolyte. particularly marine. This combination will give you IP-66 sealing with good EMC compliance. Where a conduit system is preferred such as for test box environments in field locations. ITT has developed a method of riveting the back fitting to the shell within the jacking area. This option guarantees 360 degree shielding effectiveness even when jackscrews or jacking posts are not being used. These types of a back shell style system are typically filled with epoxy or other encapsulating materials to provide a robust and effective back shell system.ittcannon. we can design and manufacture a range of back fittings for our MDM connector products depending on the customer requirements.

500 2.380 0. IN.375 0.210 0.000 20.500 18.500 3.110 0. Decimal 0.000 4.000 3.000 Fraction 3/32 1/8 Code L63 L62 L65 L61 L67 L56 L66 L17 L57 L59 L39 L60 L58 L64 L1 L12 L4 L2 L7 L6 L25 L16 L10 L15 L11 L28 L9 L3 L8 L18 L45 L13 L52 L4 L46 L55 L5 Code L1 L2 L3 L4 L5 L6 L7 L8 L9 L10 L11 L12 L13 L14 L15 L16 L17 L18 L25 L28 L39 L45 L46 L52 L55 L56 L57 L58 L59 L60 L61 L62 L63 L64 L65 L66 L67 SORTED BY CODE Wire Length.000 3. SOLID COPPER WIRE PER QQ-W-343.500 0.000 18.500 12.110 0.000 0.187 0.000 1. Dimensions shown in inch (mm) Specifications and dimensions subject to change www. GOLD PLATED PER MIL-G-45204.500 1.750 1.000 2.250 4.0125 0.500 7.500 5.094 0. TYPE “S”.500 4.250 9.000 15.171 0.000 7.080 0.000 11.250 2.625 10.000 2.000 8.000 20.500 0.150 0.125 0.094 0.Appendix “L” Code Chart SORTED BY LENGTH Wire Length.000 11.ittcannon.500 2.210 0.171 0.000 2.000 12.190 0.190 0.000 15.000 9.000 6.625 0. TYPE II GRADE C OR D.375 0.140 Fraction 1/2 3/16 1/4 3/8 3/8 1/2 5/8 3/4 5/8 3/4 3/16 1/4 3/8 5/16 1/8 3/32 #25AWG.com 79 .000 10.000 0.187 8.380 0.312 0.000 5.080 0.140 0. Decimal 0. CLASS 1 (50 MICROINCHES MINIMUM) Nano “L” Code Charts on page 80.500 0.000 1.000 6.312 .750 3.150 0.000 0.000 4.250 0. IN.

750 3.000 15.000 18.000 11. CLASS 1 (50 MICROINCHES MINIMUM) Dimensions shown in inch (mm) Specifications and dimensions subject to change www.250 4. IN.187 8.000 4.000 0.190 0.500 2.000 0.110 0.000 3.500 0.0125 0.125 0.210 0.500 12.com 80 .500 2.250 0.000 4.000 7.000 10.187 0.500 3.625 10.000 1.380 0.Appendix “L” Code Chart (for Nano products only) SORTED BY LENGTH Wire Length.000 20.000 5.190 0. SOLID COPPER WIRE PER QQ-W-343. GOLD PLATED PER MIL-G-45204.150 0.000 0.140 0. Decimal 0.500 4.000 15.000 20.500 7. TYPE “S”.500 1.000 2.312 0.500 18.250 9.171 0.500 0.140 Fraction 1/2 3/16 1/4 3/8 3/8 1/2 5/8 3/4 5/8 3/4 3/16 1/4 3/8 5/16 1/8 3/32 #30AWG.094 0.210 0.080 0.171 0. TYPE II GRADE C OR D.000 12. IN.110 0.000 11. Decimal 0.500 5.000 2.000 6.000 2.500 0.ittcannon.000 9.000 1.375 0.375 0.250 2.000 Fraction 3/32 1/8 Code L63 L62 L65 L61 L67 L56 L66 L17 L57 L59 L39 L60 L58 L64 L1 L12 L4 L2 L7 L6 L25 L16 L10 L15 L11 L28 L9 L3 L8 L18 L45 L13 L52 L4 L46 L55 L5 Code L1 L2 L3 L4 L5 L6 L7 L8 L9 L10 L11 L12 L13 L14 L15 L16 L17 L18 L25 L28 L39 L45 L46 L52 L55 L56 L57 L58 L59 L60 L61 L62 L63 L64 L65 L66 L67 SORTED BY CODE Wire Length.000 8.000 3.750 1.000 6.380 0.312 .094 0.625 0.080 0.150 0.

Lightweight. Extruded TFE. 200 Degrees C. Electrical. 600 Volt Length 1 2 3 4 5 6 8 9 10 12 16 17 18 20 21 24 30 35 36 40 42 48 50 60 72 80 92 96 120 180 White G30 G24 G20 G33 G31 065 G26 G15 G29 066 G39 G36 067 G38 G55 068 G10 G18 069 G37 G12 070 G40 G14 071 G32 G22 G35 G42 G43 10 Color Repeat Y30 Y24 Y20 Y33 Y31 Y19 Y26 Y15 Y29 Y28 Y39 Y36 Y01 Y38 Y55 Y09 Y10 Y18 Y11 Y37 Y12 Y13 Y40 Y14 Y17 Y32 Y22 Y35 Y42 Y43 System 1 H30 H24 H20 H33 H31 072 H26 H15 H29 073 H39 H36 074 H38 H55 075 H10 H18 076 H37 H12 077 H40 H14 078 H32 H22 H35 H42 H43 Length 1 2 3 4 5 6 8 9 10 12 16 17 18 20 21 24 30 35 36 40 42 48 50 60 72 80 92 96 120 180 White V30 V24 V20 V33 V31 V19 V26 V15 V29 V28 V39 V36 V01 V38 V55 V09 V10 V18 V11 V37 V12 V13 V40 V14 V17 V32 V22 V35 V42 V43 22759/33-26 Wire. Electrical. HighStrength Copper Alloy 200 Degrees C. Extruded Insulation Length 1 2 3 4 5 6 8 9 10 12 16 17 18 20 21 24 30 35 36 40 42 48 50 60 72 80 92 96 120 180 Yellow 030 024 020 – 031 019 026 015 029 028 039 036 001 038 055 009 010 018 011 037 012 013 040 014 017 032 022 035 042 043 White C30 C24 C20 C33 C31 047 C26 C15 C29 008 C39 C36 044 C38 C55 045 C10 C18 058 C37 021 C13 C40 C14 059 C32 C22 C35 C42 C43 System 1 A30 A24 027 033 A31 016 034 A15 025 002 A39 A36 003 023 A55 004 005 A18 006 A37 A12 048 A40 056 046 A32 A22 A35 041 A43 22759/11-26 Wire. ETFE. Silver-Coated Copper Conductor. Fluoropolymer-Insulated. 600 Volt 10 Color Repeat W30 W24 W20 W33 W31 W19 W26 W15 W29 W28 W39 W36 W01 W38 W55 W09 W10 W18 W11 W37 W12 W13 W40 W14 W17 W32 W22 W35 W42 W43 System 1 X30 X24 X20 X33 X31 X19 X26 X15 X29 X28 X39 X36 X01 X38 X55 X09 X10 X18 X11 X37 X12 X13 X40 X14 X17 X32 X22 X35 X42 X43 Nano “H” Code Charts on page 82. Crosslinked Modified. Silver-Coated. Electrical. 600 Volts.com 81 .ittcannon. Dimensions shown in inch (mm) Specifications and dimensions subject to change www. Polyetrafluorethylene (PTFE) Insulated. Fluoropolymer-Insulated.Appendix “H” Code Charts 16878/4 Wire.

Appendix “H” Code Charts (for Nano products only) MIL-W-16878/6 Wire.com 82 . 250 Volts. Electrical. Extruded Insulation Length 1 2 3 4 5 6 8 9 10 12 16 17 18 20 21 24 30 35 36 40 42 48 50 60 72 80 92 96 120 180 Yellow 030 024 020 – 031 019 026 015 029 028 039 036 001 038 055 009 010 018 011 037 012 013 040 014 017 032 022 035 042 043 White C30 C24 C20 C33 C31 047 C26 C15 C29 008 C39 C36 044 C38 C55 045 C10 C18 058 C37 021 C13 C40 C14 059 C32 C22 C35 C42 C43 System 1 A30 A24 027 033 A31 016 034 A15 025 002 A39 A36 003 023 A55 004 005 A18 006 A37 A12 048 A40 056 046 A32 A22 A35 041 A43 www.ittcannon. Polyetrafluorethylene (PTFE) Insulated. 200 Degrees C.

Color 0 BLK 1 BRN 2 RED 3 ORN 4 YEL 5 GRN 6 BLU 7 VIO 8 GRY 9 WHT 90 WHT 91 WHT 92 WHT 93 WHT 94 WHT 95 WHT 96 WHT 97 WHT 98 WHT 901 WHT 902 WHT 903 WHT 904 WHT 905 WHT 906 WHT 907 WHT 908 WHT 912 WHT 913 WHT 914 WHT 915 WHT 916 WHT 917 WHT 918 WHT 923 WHT 924 WHT 925 WHT 926 WHT 927 WHT 928 WHT 934 WHT 935 WHT 936 WHT 937 WHT 938 WHT 945 WHT 946 WHT 947 WHT 948 WHT 956 WHT First Stripe Second Stripe Third Stripe PIN No.ittcannon.com 83 . 957 958 967 968 978 9012 9013 9014 9015 9016 9017 9018 9023 9024 9025 9026 9027 9028 9034 9035 9036 9037 9038 9045 9046 9047 9048 9056 9057 9058 9067 9068 9078 9123 9124 9125 9126 9127 9128 9134 9135 9136 9137 9138 9145 9146 9147 9148 9156 9157 Base Color WHT WHT WHT WHT WHT WHT WHT WHT WHT WHT WHT WHT WHT WHT WHT WHT WHT WHT WHT WHT WHT WHT WHT WHT WHT WHT WHT WHT WHT WHT WHT WHT WHT WHT WHT WHT WHT WHT WHT WHT WHT WHT WHT WHT WHT WHT WHT WHT WHT WHT First Stripe GRN GRN BLU BLU VIO BLK BLK BLK BLK BLK BLK BLK BLK BLK BLK BLK BLK BLK BLK BLK BLK BLK BLK BLK BLK BLK BLK BLK BLK BLK BLK BLK BLK BRN BRN BRN BRN BRN BRN BRN BRN BRN BRN BRN BRN BRN BRN BRN BRN BRN Second Stripe VIO GRY VIO GRY GRY BRN BRN BRN BRN BRN BRN BRN RED RED RED RED RED RED ORN ORN ORN ORN ORN YEL YEL YEL YEL GRN GRN GRN BLU BLU VIO RED RED RED RED RED RED ORN ORN ORN ORN ORN YEL YEL YEL YEL GRN GRN Third Stripe BLK BRN RED ORN YEL GRN BLU VIO GRY BLK BLK BLK BLK BLK BLK BLK BLK BRN BRN BRN BRN BRN BRN BRN RED RED RED RED RED RED ORN ORN ORN ORN ORN YEL YEL YEL YEL GRN BRN RED ORN YEL GRN BLU VIO GRY RED ORN YEL GRN BLU VIO GRY ORN YEL GRN BLU VIO GRY YEL GRN BLU VIO GRY GRN BLU VIO GRY BLU RED ORN YEL GRN BLU VIO GRY ORN YEL GRN BLU VIO GRY YEL GRN BLU VIO GRY GRN BLU VIO GRY BLU VIO GRY VIO GRY GRY ORN YEL GRN BLU VIO GRY YEL GRN BLU VIO GRY GRN BLU VIO GRY BLU VIO * 10 colors repeat is the standard wire color code for MIL-DTL-83513 connectors.Appendix MIL-STD-681 Wire Color Code Reference Data PIN No. www. 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 MIL-STD-681 Base No. 51 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 MIL-STD-681 No.

Electrical testing: Hi-pot. Header: a general term for any printed circuit board mounted connector used as an I/O port. with the other end mounted in an I/O panel. Breakout: the area where one or more cables are joined together. Hot-stamped heat shrink tubing: used for multi-conductor cables. Potting: the application of various adhesives to a connector. much like conventional plastic molding. Ink-stamping: the traditional method of placing metal type in a marking machine which is inked with a roller. Without etching. insulation resistance. and the part is pressed onto the pad. Backpotting: the application of epoxy to connector wire terminations for strain relief and sealing. A breakout frequently requires splices and extra strain relief such as cable ties or tubing. Thermal shock is frequently performed prior to pressure testing. Hot stamping: insulated wire is imprinted with identification numbers or text. Micro products are tinned on a fully automatic machine with cleaning. Lacing: the process of tying individual wires together into bundles. Silkscreening: Ink is transferred through a screen. Wire striping: insulated wire from #24 thru #28 AWG is striped with colors for circuit identification. then installed on the cable and shrunk. heat shrink tubing is impression stamped. Potting encapsulates the wires or terminals. Ink jet marking is now standard. mass termination is also used on micropins in a special multi-contact crimp tool. Epoxy is dispensed with pneumatic syringes. Expando: braided sleeving used to protect a wire bundle. Backmolding: this term refers to the process of transfer-molding epoxy performs into a old. Oven curing is required. Pigtail: a single-ended cable assembly having one connector on one end and unterminated wire on the other end. Wire marking: individual numbered adhesive tags are attached to each wire. the epoxy will not bond properly. The epoxy is heated and pressurized. Special lacing tape is used. The ends of the tubing are usually encapsulated in epoxy. Tinning: the application of molten solder to connector terminals. Normally associated with IDC termination. Thermal Shock: a conditioning environmental test that cycles a part repeatedly through a specified temperature range. expando tubing is made of abrasion-resistant nylon or other materials. Brady labels: wraparound adhesive labels for multi-conductor cable.com 84 . Typically used on flat cable. preheating and inert gas tinning. Etching: etching is a chemical process to prepare certain types of Teflon insulated wire for potting. Dimensions shown in inch (mm) Specifications and dimensions subject to change www. Mass-termination: simultaneous termination of multiple contacts. providing environmental sealing and strain relief. Standard Micro products have built-in potting wells to contain the epoxy. and the cable assembly is built on the fixture. Laser stripping: insulation is removed from the wire by using a special laser stripping machine. Wiring fixtures: flat wiring boards or more complicated three-dimensional fixtures are required for many multi-branched cable harnesses.Terminology Adhesive dispensing: a computer-controlled machine automatically dispenses epoxy adhesive. Ink-jet marking: dots of ink are sprayed through a stationary nozzle onto a part moving on a conveyer. The simplest and least expensive method of jacketing a cable. Jumper Cable: this term usually applies to a short cable assembly that plugs into a printed circuit board one one end. The metal type transfers the ink to a rubber pad. Stripping: insulation is removed from wire ends on automatic cut and strip equipment. Pre-tinned leads ensure excellent solderabillity.ittcannon. Mating connectors are fixtured in the exact position of the end use equipment. and continuity testing are standard tests for cable assemblies. but optional potting in custom configurations is accomplished with inexpensive molds.

no solder blobs. Except for obligations assumed by Cannon under this warranty. technical data and shape as shown in this catalog and data sheets. Incorrect wiring or assembly of the connector or careless use of metal tools or conductive fluids. alumel.ittcannon. Cannon shall not be liable for any loss. In special applications. They contain conducting and non-conducting materials and can be divided into two groups. before making live. Product availability. 3. MATERIAL CONTENT AND PHYSICAL FORM Electrical connectors do not usually contain hazardous materials.g. ionization and burning. other alloys may be specified. swarf. cost of repairs. sale. Cannon products may deviate from the description. (ii) Temperature All information given are temperature limits. Any use or application that deviates from the stated operating specifications is not recommended and may be unsafe. formation of oxide film on contacts and wires and leakage currents through carbonization of insulation and tracking paths. 2. plastic or glass insulating materials. indicating the source. All data subject to change without notice. Dimensions shown in inch (mm) Specifications and dimensions subject to change www. IMPORTANT GENERAL INFORMATION (i) Air and creepage paths/Operating voltage. This publication is not to be construed as an offer. use or repair of the products. The operation temperature depends on the individual application. The connector and wiring should be checked. 1. Any new issue of this publication shall automatically invalidate and supersede any and all previous issues. FIRE CHARACTERISTICS AND ELECTRIC SHOCK HAZARD There is no fire hazard when the connector is correctly wired and used within the specified parameters. It is intended merely as an invitation to make an offer. A limited warranty applies to Cannon products. negligence or strict liability arising in connection with the design. manufacture.5 V dc are potentially hazardous and care should be taken to ensure that such voltages cannot be transmitted in any way to exposed metal parts of the connector body. because an electric shock could result from touching exposed contacts on an unmated connector. For operation voltage please see appropriate national regulations. synthetic rubber. 5. broken strands of wire. Therefore. For this reason the air and creepage path data are only reference values. (iii) Other important information Cannon continuously endeavors to improve their products. or transit damage to any of the component parts may cause electric shock or burns. Burns may result from touching overheated components. incidental or consequential damages of any kind. whether or not based on express or implied warranty. the same applies to orders based on development samples delivered. APPLICATION Connectors with exposed contacts should not be selected for use on the current supply side of an electrical circuit. cracked or deformed contacts. Overheating may not be visually apparent. 4. b) Rugged. Circuit resistance and continuity check should be made to make certain that there are no high resistance joints or spurious conducting paths. Cannon does not assume responsibility or any liability for any patent infringements or other rights of third parties which may result from its use. loose strands. a) Printed circuit types and low cost audio types which employ all plastic insulators and casings. conducting lubricants. HANDLING Care must be taken to avoid damage to any component parts of electrical connectors during installation and use. Observe reduction of air and creepage paths due to PC board and/or harnessing. or any other undesired conducting particles. Always use the correct application tools as specified in the Data Sheet/Catalog. No information and data contained in this publication shall be construed to create any liability on the part of Cannon. Fire can then result in the presence of combustible materials and this may release noxious fumes. however these products are intended to be used in accordance with the specifications in this publication. Live circuits must not be broken by separating mated connectors as this may cause arcing. damage.com 85 . care must be taken when handling certain components to avoid injury to fingers. e. contract. Fire Barrier and High Reliability types with metal casings and either natural rubber. to have no damage to metal parts or insulators. Electrical connectors may be damaged in transit to the customers. “Engineered for life” is a registered trademark of ITT Corporation ©2006. FAILURE TO OBSERVE THE ADVICE IN THIS INFORMATION SHEET AND THE OPERATING CONDITIONS SPECIFIED IN THE PRODUCT DATA SHEET/ CATALOG COULD RESULT IN HAZARDOUS SITUATIONS. Although there are normally no sharp edges. Heat dissipation is greater at maximum resistance in a circuit. Reprinting this publication is generally permitted. chromel or steel. prices and delivery dates are exclusively subject to our respective order confirmation form. Product Warranty ITT Electronic Components. a Division of ITT Corporation manufactures the highest quality products available in the marketplace. By this publication. However. Cannon's prior consent must be obtained in all cases. Products should therefore be examined prior to installation/use and rejected if found to be damaged. assemble or tamper with connectors. nickel.Product Safety Information THIS NOTE MUST BE READ IN CONJUNCTION WITH THE PRODUCT DATA SHEET/CATALOG. Do not permit untrained personnel to wire. Contact materials vary with type of connector and also application and are usually manufactured from either: Copper. Overheating may occur if the ratings in the product Data Sheet/Catalog are exceeded and can cause breakdown of insulation and hence electric shock. All other trademarks or registered trademarks are property of their respective owners. If heating is allowed to continue it intensifies by further increasing the local resistance through loss of temper of spring contacts. and damage may result in creation of hazards. Hot spots may occur when resistance is raised locally by damage. Voltages in excess of 30 V ac or 42. The admissible operating voltages depend on the individual applications and the valid national and other applicable safety regulations. copper alloys. Local overheating may also result from the use of the incorrect application tools or from poor quality soldering or slack screw terminals. DISPOSAL Incineration of certain materials may release noxious or even toxic fumes.

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