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Compact SMT B-t-B connector with 1.27mm pitch

Compact SMT B-t-B connector with 1.27mm pitch

Every millimeter inside electronic units is precious, because a compact interior must be functionally accommodated in the smallest of spaces. W+P delivers the intelligent answer for precisely these limited spatial conditions.

Variable PCB orientation

The Board-to-Board connector series 9025 and 9026 with 1.27mm pitch are characterised by compactness, flexibility and reliability. They represent an expansion of the W+P range of PCB-to-PCB interfaces, which meet the growing demand for a low number of contacts with a small pitch. Ideally, the two single row series are deliverable from just 02 contacts, with a maximum of 12 contacts possible.

A variable PCB orientation is another advantage of the vertical and horizontal connectors available, therefore offering a wide range of possibilities to combine PCBs vertically, horizontally or at right angles. 

Solid fastening to the PCB

The integrated enclosure locking system of the female header ensures a secure connection with simultaneous reverse polarity protection, which is furthermore internally supported by guide edges. Lateral solder clips perform the task of solid fastening the male and female headers to the PCB.

Contact pins and the double-sided spring contacts of the female header are selectively gold-plated; these can be used up to a maximum current rating of 5 A.

Special locating pegs facilitate alignment to a defined position on the PCB. In addition, tape-and-reel packaging and the optional pick-and-place pad (series 9025) ensure economically automated assembly in the SMT production process. The insulators are made of thermoplastic material according to UL94 V-0. Reliable functionality is guaranteed in a temperature range from -55°C to +125°C.

Optimum application areas are PCB connections, as well as the connection of internal and external devices. To be found, for example, in automation engineering in the field of embedded computing and in industrial uses. 


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