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"INDUSTRIAL" Series

I.P. 50 I.P. 54(1)

MAIN FEATURES CONTACTS

Pin or socket contacts are removable and carry a gold plating finish.
Special contacts for printed circuits - Consult our sales Engineering office.

CONTACT TERMINATION

Contacts may be either crimped or soldered on to the wire ends.
Adjustable crimping tool (specification : M. 22520-1/01 and M. 22520-1/02) Part No. 5794 810 06.
 (1.6 mm dia. contacts) U.S.A. size 16 (2.4 mm dia. contacts) U.S.A. size 12
Max. cross section area for soldered wires (1.5 sq. mm) 16 AWG (3.18 sq. mm) 12 AWG
Max. cross section area for crimped wires with crimping tool Part. No. 5794 810 06 (0.6 to 1.5 sq. mm) 22 AWG to 16 AWG (1.34 to 3.18 sq. mm) 16 AWG to 12 AWG
Maximum insulated wire diameter (2.7 mm) .106 dia. (3.5 mm) .138 dia.

EARTHED CONTACT / GROUND CONTACT

Contact no. 1 establishes the electrical connection before the other contacts and breaks it after they are uncoupled and this contact can be used for earthing purposes (specification UTE C 15-100). Where this contact needs to be connected to the earth of the casing, insert, behind the two parts of the connector and between the casing and the earth contact, the small plate provided for this purpose.

ELECTRICAL DATA

Contact resistance between pin and socket:
The maximum current rating will be determined by the number of contacts carrying the current and by their permissible increase in temperature.
If a number of contacts, represented by N, each carry a load I in continuous operation, then the rise in temperature of the connector would be, approximately, as follows :
(1.6 mm dia. contacts) U.S.A size 16 (2.4 mm dia. contacts) U.S.A. size 12
(<1°C)<1.8°F x N where I = 4 amperes (<1°C)<1.8°F x N where I = 7 amperes
(2°C)3.6°F x N where I = 7 amperes (2" U) 3.6°F x N where I = 12 amperes
(10°C) 18°F x N where I = 15 amperes (10°C) 18°F x N where I = 32 amperes

Flashover voltage at (20° C) 68° F (mated connectors)

Insulation resistance (Tested at 500 Volts D.C.) : greater than5,000 megohms.

OPERATING TEMPERATURE

(-40 °C to+100 °C)-40 °F to 212 °F (500 hours at (100 °C) 212 °F) (pages 51 and 55).
(- 55 °C to + 200 °C) - 67 °F to 392 °F (500 hours at (200 °C) 392 °F) (page 52).

CONNECTOR COUPLING SYSTEM

Bayonnet-lock type (1/6 turn).

MECHANICAL DATA

Durability : No damage after 1.000 engagements and disengagements, as in service.

(1) I.P. 54 with potting compound into the shell and gasket under receptacle.