Aries Electronics 2.54mm Pitch 14 Way,Through Hole Mount PCB Header, Tin over Nickel Plated Contacts, 2A

Product overview and Technical data sheets
Legislation and Compliance
RoHS Certificate of Compliance
COO (Country of Origin): US
Product Details

Series 600 DIP Headers With Coined Contacts

Aries offers a full line of DIP headers, available with coined contacts.Snap-on, protective covers are available for almost all sizes.Body cavity design provides additional clearance for component mounting.

Standard body material is black UL 94V-0 4/6 Nylon.
Coined contacts are Brass, 1/2 hard.
Fork contact accepts up to 0.64mm diameter leads.
For header covers see stock numbers 7106663, 7106672, 7106675, 7106679, 7106669 typically.

Specifications
Attribute Value
Number of Contacts 14
Contact Material Brass
Contact Plating Tin over Nickel
Pitch 2.54mm
Termination Method Solder
Mounting Type Through Hole
Housing Material Nylon
Current Rating 2A
Width 5.97mm
Maximum Operating Temperature +105°C
77 In stock for delivery within 3 working days
Price Each (Supplied in a Tube)
HK$ 20.55
(exc. GST)
units
Per unit
25 - 74
HK$20.55
75 - 199
HK$19.45
200 - 399
HK$15.52
400 +
HK$14.04
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