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Connecting receptacles RS341 TsSNK.430421.006 TU

Connecting receptacles RS341  TsSNK.430421.006 TU
Type of mating:   receptacles for ICs
Number of contacts:   4, 6, 8, 10, 12, 14, 16, 18, 20, 22, 24, 28, 32, 40, 42, 44, 48, 50, 52, 64
Mounting style:   for PCB mounting
Contact plating:   gold with nickel layer
Operating temperatures range:   - 60 to +125C
Operating current per each con:   up to 0.5 A
Max operating voltage:   100 V
Number of nominal types:   20
Number of mating-unmating:   200
Shelf life, years:   25


Type of connector: receptacle RS341 are used for installation and connecting integral circuits in shells of type 2 according to GOST 17467 standard into electronic equipment for use in DC and AC current (frequency up to 10 MHz) and pulse current circuits at voltages up to 100 V (amplitude value) and current up to 0.5 A.

The connectors consist of receptacles for PCB mounting.

Design: receptacles in shells of type 2 according to GOST 17467 standard.

Contacts plating: gold over nickel according to GOST 9.303 and GOST VD 9.303 standards.

Climatic performance: Receptacles are designed for internal mounting in all-climate performance according to GOST RV 20.39.404.1.

ORDERING DATA

codification

RS

341

-4

-1 (3, 5)

N

Type of connector

Design ordinal number

Number of contacts in receptacle. 4, 6, 8, 10, 12, 14, 16, 18, 20, 22, 24, 28, 32, 40, 42, 44, 48, 50, 52, 64

Version number of receptacle performance depending on increasing of B1 distance between contact lines by value equal to multiple of 2,5. Distance between contacts in one line is 2,5 mm.

low-profile

How to order:

Receptacle RS341-12-1N TsSNK.430421.006TU

Receptacle RS341-40-3N TsSNK.430421.006TU



   
 

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