MIL-5015 Style Connectors 97 Series
®
Amphenol 97 Series
Standard Cylindrical Connector
12-022-15
MIL-5015 Style Connectors
widely used for:
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Factory Automation, Robotics
Machine Tool, Instrumentation
Welding Equipment
Medical Equipment
Amphenol® 97 Series Connectors are
UL recognized and CSA recognized.
Amphenol
Table of Contents
Page
Amphenol® 97 Series Standard Cylindrical Connectors – General Description . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1
Guide to Selecting a Connector . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
Amphenol® 97 Series Connectors with Solder Contacts
Design Characteristics, Customer Options . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
Insert Availability . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4, 5
Contact Arrangements . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-11
Alternate Insert Positioning . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
Receptacle Shell Styles . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13
Solid Shell Plug Styles . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14
Split Shell Plug Styles . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
Weight Reference Charts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16-18
How to Order. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19
Amphenol® 97 Series Connectors with Rear Release Crimp Contacts
Design Characteristics, Customer Options . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20
Specifications and Insert Availability, Alternate Insert Positioning . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21
Contact Arrangements . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22, 23
Receptacle Shell Styles . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24
Solid Shell Plug Styles . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25
Split Shell Plug Styles . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26
How to Order. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27
Crimp Contact Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28
Crimp Contact Information cont., Tools. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29
Special Purpose Connectors
Potting Construction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30
Box Type Plugs, Small Flange Receptacles . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31
ECG Connector, Convenience Outlets . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32
97 Series Accessories
Cable Clamps, Bushing. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33,34
Protection Caps . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35, 36
Adapters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 37
Conduit Box Connector, Conduit Coupling Nuts, . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 38
Sealing Gaskets . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 39
Dummy Receptacles . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 40
Additional Products . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 41, 42
Sales Office Listing
Amphenol Aerospace operates Quality Systems that are Certified to ISO-9001 and AS-9100 by third party
Registrars.
Amphenol ® 97 Series Connectors
provide the interconnection solution for low cost,
general duty applications
Amphenol offers the 97 Series Connector Family A general duty standard cylindrical connector,
MIL-5015 style.
The 97 Series is a widely used connector series for the automotive, robotics, machine tool and welding industries, as well
as numerous other commercial applications from heavy equipment to ECG monitoring cables.
Shell components are fabricated from high grade aluminum
alloy to provide strength and environmental protection. This
family of connectors offers a wide variety of shell styles, contact patterns and accessory options.
The Amphenol® 97 Series
design features and benefits:
• Low cost, general duty
non-environmental
• Environmental capability with
the 417 suffix plus 9767 cable
clamp (see page 34)
• Solder or crimp termination
• UL Recognized, CSA Recognized
• Wide selection of shell styles and insert patterns
• Wide selection of connector finishes cadmium or non-cadmium (environmentally friendly zinc alloy)
• Threaded coupling, hard dielectric inserts
• Solid or split shell construction
• Accessories for both individual wire seal and jacketed cable
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AVAILABLE – Consult
Amphenol Industrial Operations.
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For additional information on Amphenol® 97 Series connectors, or for special application
requirements, contact your local Amphenol sales office, authorized distributor, or Amphenol Corporation
Amphenol Industrial Operations
40-60 Delaware Avenue
Sidney, New York 13838-1395
Telephone: 607-563-5011
Fax: 607-563-5157
Web site: www.amphenol-industrial.com
1
Guide to Selecting a Connector
In selecting a connector, it first must be
determined if a non-environmental 97
A or B Series 5015 type is required or if
an environmental MS-5015 Class E, F,
or R type* is required.
If determined that the general duty,
non-environmental 97 series is the
choice - then this catalog is appropriate
to your needs
The following 8 steps apply to formulation of a part number.**
1
How many wires are you
going to connect?
What gauge?
These two questions are important,
because they indicate which insert you
need. There are literally hundreds to
choose from.
The insert arrangements for solder
contact connectors are illustrated on
pages 6-11. The inserts most often
used are highlighted on these pages.
Here’s an example of how to choose
an insert arrangement. Say you want to
connect eight 16-ga. wires, - first find
the section of arrangements containing 8 contacts. Insert number 20-7 is
the one you want because it contains
eight 16-ga. contacts and it is one of
the most often used. The one you
choose might depend on your space or
voltage requirements. The voltage
capacity of each insert is listed under
its diagram.
If you have more than one wire size
to connect, the method is essentially
the same. Actually, the insert configurations for multiple-size wires are a lot
more flexible than they appear. That’s
because you can always solder a
smaller wire to a larger contact. However, soldering a large wire to a small
contact isn’t recommended because of
size and current requirements.
2
What if several identical
connectors have different
functions?
Here’s a situation to watch out for. You
have four identical receptacles on a
panel. One carries high current loads.
The others have low current functions.
A plug mated with the wrong receptacle
(cross-mating) could ruin your valuable equipment.
To avoid cross-mating, you can
order identical inserts positioned in
both the plugs and receptacles at various angles from standard. These variations from standard position are called
alternate insert positions, and are
described on page 12.
3
What kind of receptacle do
you need?
For Wall Mounting Use a wall receptacle, type 3100. The elongated back of
this receptacle extends through thick
wall material. It is threaded to accept
standard hardware fittings.
For Unmounted Applications Use
the cable receptacle, type 3101.
For Box or Panel Mounting Use the
box receptacle, type 3102. This receptacle’s back is short to conserve space.
It is not threaded on the back end and
is used when no accessories such as
clamps are needed.
4
What kind of plug do you
need?
For ordinary situations The straight
plug, type 3106 meets most connector
requirements. However . . .
when space is critical you may want
to consider using an angle plug, type
3108. This type plug lets the cable
enter your equipment at a right angle.
5
Do you need a plug with a
Solid or Split back shell?
You can get both straight and angle
plugs in solid or split back shell
designs. With the solid shell you have
greater strength and you save space.
On the other hand, the split shell
design lets you quickly inspect the solder terminals when you need to. This
feature could be important if you’ll be
subjecting the connector to rough handling and heavy use.
The designation to use for solid
shell construction is the letter A. This
designation letter goes immediately
* If an environmental type MIL-5015 E, F or R Class is required, then the
catalog that should be consulted is 12-020, MS/Standard MIL-5015
Cylindrical Connectors. See www.amphenol-industrial.com for on-line
catalogs or contact Amphenol, Sidney, NY.
2
after the main shell type number: for
example, 3106A or 3108A.
The designation for split shell construction is the letter B; for example, 3106B
or 3108B.
Because of application, receptacles
are made in solid backshell construction only. Their designation is 3100A,
3101A. (See how to order for solder
contact connectors, page 19.
6
Which connector gets the
socket? - the receptacle or
the plug?
You’re at the point where you designate which inserts are used with which
shells. Either pin or socket inserts can
be used with plugs or receptacles.
Here’s a good rule of thumb. Order
the sockets for the connector at the
“hot” side of the circuit. By having sockets at the power source, there’s little
chance that a wayward finger or screwdriver will short the circuit or cause personal injury.
The designation for sockets is simply S in a part number, following the
insert code number. For pins, the designation is P. Therefore, the 20-7P
insert would have pin contacts, while
the 20-7S insert would have socket
contacts.
7
What type of plating is preferred?
If you prefer the standard olive cadmium, non-reflective, electrically conductive finish, then no suffix number is
required. Other plating variations are
available, including environmentally
friendly zinc alloy. See how to order
instructions for the various plating finishes offered for 97 Series solder connectors on page 19.
8
Do you need any
accessories?
Accessories - cable clamps, protection
caps and chains, conduit adapters, and
panel gaskets are shown on pages 3339.
** These steps are for solder type connectors which are described in
detail on pages 3-19. If a crimp type connector is needed, the same
steps apply, however, you should consult pages 20-29 for details on 97
Series connectors with crimp contacts.
Amphenol ® 97 Series Connectors
with solder contacts
DESIGN CHARACTERISTICS
• Medium to heavy weight cylindrical
• Durable, field-proven design
• Single key/keyway polarization
• Threaded coupling, hard dielectric inserts
• Non-rotating contacts
• Operating temperatures from –55°C to +125°C
• Cost effective
• Intermateable and intermountable with existing
97 Series and MIL-5015 connectors
MS3100A
MS3107A
• Underwriters Laboratories approved recognition File E115497
• Canadian Standards Association Certification
File LR69183
CUSTOMER OPTIONS
MS3101A
• Solid or split shell construction
• Six shell styles
• 128 contact arrangements, from 1 to 52 circuits
• Alternate insert positioning
• High temperature and potting constructions
MS3107B
• Special plating finishes including black and
green zinc alloy
• Optional gold plating on MS contacts
• Thermocouple arrangements available
MS3102A
Connector components are fabricated from high grade
aluminum alloy, with a conductive cadmium plate finish
and an olive drab chromate after-treatment. Some cable
clamps are a zinc alloy with an olive drab/green chromate
finish. See how to order page 19 for other finish variations.
MS3108A
Contacts are silver plated with pre-tinned solder cups.
Optional gold over silver plating is also available. Inserts
for solder style contacts are diallyl-phthalate.
MS3106A
Users should be aware that classes “A” and “B” of MIL5015 have been cancelled, and these products are no
longer qualified.
MS3108B
MS3106B
3
97 series solder type
insert availability
Insert Number
Total
Contacts
Mechanical
Spacing
Inches
mm
Service
Rating
Contact Size
0
4
8
12
Insert Number
16
Total
Contacts
Mechanical
Spacing
Inches
mm
Service
Rating
Contact Size
0
4
8
12
16
8S-1 ✦
1
1/16
1.57
INST.
1
20-4
4
1/8
3.18
D
10SL-3
3
1/16
1.57
A
3
20-6†
3
1/8
3.18
D
3
10SL-4
2
1/16
1.57
A
2
1/8
3.18
D
4
12SL-844 ✦*
4
1/16
1.57
A
4
1/16
1.57
A
12S-3
2
1/16
1.57
A
2
12-5 ✦
1
1/8
3.18
D
12S-6✦ *
2
1/16
1.57
1
20-7
8
20-8
6
INST.
20-11†
13
INST.
4
4
2
4
13
2
20-14
5
1/16
1.57
A
6JGTOQ
EQWRNG
20-15
7
1/16
1.57
A
7
9
1/16
1.57
A
2
3
A
3
20-16
2
7
INST.
4
20-17
6
1/16
1.57
A
5
1
D
1
20-18
9
1/16
1.57
A
3
6
5
INST
5
20-19†
3
1/16
1.57
A
6
INST.
6
20-21
9
1/16
1.57
A
1
8
2
1/16
1.57
A
2
2
14S-1†
3
14S-2
4
14S-4✦ †
1
14S-5
14S-6
1/16
1/8
1.57
3.18
3
14S-7
3
1/16
1.57
A
3
20-23
14S-9†
2
1/16
1.57
A
2
20-24
4
1/16
1.57
A
14
1/16
1.57
A
14
17
16S-1
7
1/16
1.57
A
7
20-27
16S-4✦
2
1/8
3.18
D
2
20-29
17
1/16
1.57
A
16S-5
3
1/16
1.57
A
3
20-33
11
1/16
1.57
A
16S-6✦ †
3
1/16
1.57
A
3
22-1†
2
1/8
3.18
D
2
16-7
3
1/16
1.57
A
16S-8
5
1/16
1.57
A
16-9
4
1/16
1.57
A
1
2
2
11
2
22-2
3
1/8
3.18
D
3
5
22-4†
4
1/16
1.57
A
2
2
22-5
6
1/8
3.18
D
2
2
3/16
4.75
E
2
3
2
4
16-10
3
1/16
1.57
A
3
22-8†
16-11 ✦†
2
1/16
1.57
A
2
22-9
3
3/16
4.75
E
22-10
4
3/16
4.75
E
2
22-11
2
1/4
6.35
B
6JGTOQ
EQWRNG
22-12
5
1/8
3.18
D
1/8
3.18
D
1/16
1.57
A
1/16
1.57
A
3/16
4.75
E
1/16
1.57
A
5
1/16
1.57
A
3
1/8
3.18
D
1/16
1.57
A
3
14
16-12
16-13
1
2
1/16
1/16
1.57
1.57
18-1
10
1/16
1.57
18-3†
2
1/8
3.18
18-4
4
1/8
3.18
A
1
A
A
4
INST.
2
D
4
18-5 ✦
3
1/8
3.18
D
2
1
8
1/16
1.57
A
1
7
18-10†
7
4
INST.
1/16
1.57
5
1/16
1.57
A
18-12†
6
1.16
1.57
A
18-13
4
1/16
1.57
A
18-16
1
5/16
7.92
C
18-19†
10
1/16
1.57
18-20
5
1/16
18-22†
3
1/8
18-29 ✦†
5
1/16
1.57
18-420*
1
20-3†
3
2
A
18-11
5
5
6
1
3
1
A
10
1.57
A
5
3.18
D
3
A
5
D
19
22-15
6
22-16†
9
2
2
3
1
4
19
1
6
5
22-18
8
22-19
14
1/16
1.57
A
22-20†
9
1/16
1.57
A
22-22
4
1/16
1.57
A
22-23
8
1/8
3.18
D
1
1/16
1.57
A
7
9
4
Not all insert arrangements are currently available for environmental individual
wire seal. Consult Amphenol, Sidney, NY for availability.
† Inactive for new military design, but available for replacement or for non-military purposes.
* “MS” number not assigned. Use “97” prefix in place of “MS” in completing catalog number. See how to order, page 19.
** Hi-Voltage = 17KVAC/24KVDC
✦ Molded-in pin (MIP) insert requires (910) deviation. See how to order, pg. 19.
1
3.18
22-14
4
*K8QNV
CIG
1/8
5
6
D
18-8
18-9 ✦
22-13†
4
3
4
97 series solder type
insert availability, cont.
Insert
Number
22-26*
Total
Contacts
7
Mechanical
Spacing
Inches
mm
1/8
3.18
1/8
3.18
Service
Rating
Contact Size
0
4
D
8
12
16
2
5
1
22-27
9
1/16
1.57
A
22-28†
7
1/16
1.57
A
7
22-34
5
1/8
3.18
D
3
24-2
7
1/8
3.18
D
7
24-5†
16
1/16
1.57
A
24-6
8
1/8
3.18
D
1/16
1.57
A
24-7
16
1/16
1.57
A
24-9†
2
1/16
1.57
A
24-10
7
1/16
1.57
A
7
24-11
9
1/16
1.57
A
3
24-12
5
1/16
1.57
A
1/8
3.18
D
1/16
1.57
A
1.57
24-16
7
24-19†
12
1/16
8
2
1/16
1.57
A
32-5†
2
1/8
3.18
D
32-6
23
1/16
1.57
A
1/16
1.57
A
23
1/8
3.18
D
32-17
4
1/8
3.18
D
2
14
2
Contact Size
0
4
8
12
10
52
1/16
1.57
A
36-1†
22
1/8
3.18
D
4
37
2
2
3
2
16
7
24
6
24
5
18
4
18
INST.
32-414
16
4
4
52
36-5
4
1/16
1.57
A
4
6
36-6
6
1/16
1.57
A
2
3
36-7
47
1/16
1.57
A
7
40
36-8
47
1/16
1.57
A
1
46
36-9
31
1/16
1.57
A
36-10
48
1/16
1.57
A
48
36-15
35
1/16
1.57
A
34
1/8
3.18
D
1
36-403*
52
1/16
1.57
A
52
1
3
3
12
D
1
24-22 ✦
4
1/8
3.18
D
4
24-27
7
3/16
4.75
E
7
24-28
24
1/16
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250
–
250
280
280
280
280
325
280
325
280
280
280
280
–
280
280
28-1
28-2
28-3
28-6
28-8
28-9
28-10
28-11
28-12
28-15
28-16
28-17
28-18
28-19
28-20
28-21
80
35
70
70
80
80
80
80
90
80
80
80
70
80
80
80
110
110
145
145
110
110
110
110
180
110
110
110
145
110
110
110
250
250
215
215
250
250
250
250
270
250
250
250
215
250
250
250
280
325
290
290
280
280
280
280
–
280
280
280
290
280
280
280
32-5
32-6
32-7
32-8
32-13
32-17
32-414*
35
80
80
80
80
45
80*
110
110
125
125
110
110
110*
250
250
235
235
250
250
250*
325
280
280
280
280
–
280*
36-1
36-5
36-6
36-7
36-8
36-9
36-10
36-15
80
–
35
80
80
80
80
60
110
120
110
110
110
125
125
125
250
240
250
250
250
235
235
245
280
–
325
280
280
280
280
305
*Rotates opposite above illustration.
97 series solder type
receptacles
MS3100A wall mount receptacle
MS3101A cable receptacle
MS3102A box receptacle
Solid shell construction is strong and conserves space. Includes integral polarizing
key in front. Back shell is threaded for standard MS/AN fittings.
Solid shell construction is strong and conserves space. Includes integral polarizing key
in front shell. Machined back shell is threaded
for standard MS/AN fittings. Can be
unscrewed for inspection or soldering.
Solid shell designed for open wiring. Mounts
directly on chassis, equipment or panel.
Includes internal polarized key in front shell.
L
Mounting Holes
M
R
N
Mounting
Holes
R
L
L
M
Panel Opening
R S
N
S
.173 (4.394) DIA.
FOR SIZE 32 AND 36
.147 (3.734) DIA.
FOR SIZES 24 AND 28
.120 (3.048) DIA.
FOR ALL OTHER SIZES
S
R
S
N
V
K
K
V
A
O
A
A
MS3100A and MS3101A
Connector
Size
A
Coupling
Thread
K Ref.
Inch
mm
L Max.
Inch
M Ref.
mm
Inch
N Ref.
mm
Inch
O Ref.
mm
Inch
mm
R Ref.
Inch
S Ref.
mm
Inch
mm
V
Fitting Threads
8S
1/2-28
5/64
1.98
1-1/4
31.75 9/16
14.27
17/32
13.49
.562 14.27
19/32
15.06
7/8
22.23
1/2-28
10S
5/8-24
5/64
1.98
1-5/16
33.32 9/16
14.27
5/8
15.88
.688 17.48
23/32
18.24
1
25.40
1/2-28
10SL
5/8-24
5/64
1.98
1-9/32
32.53 9/16
14.27
3/4
19.05
.812 20.62
23/32
18.24
1
25.40
5/8-24
12S
12
3/4-20
3/4-20
5/64
5/64
1.98
1.98
1-15/32
1-27/32
37.29 9/16
46.81 3/4
14.27
19.05
25/32
25/32
19.84
19.84
.812 20.62
.812 20.62
13/16
13/16
20.62
20.62
1-3/32
1-3/32
27.76
27.76
5/8-24
5/8-24
14S
7/8-20
5/64
1.98
1-15/32
37.39 9/16
14.27
7/8
22.23
.938 23.83
29/32
23.01
1-3/16
30.15
3/4-20
14
7/8-20
5/64
1.98
1-55/64
47.04 3/4
19.05
7/8
22.23
.938 23.83
29/32
23.01
1-3/16
30.15
3/4-20
-20
-20
5/64
1/8
1.98
3.18
1-15/32
1-57/64
37.39 9/16
47.85 3/4
14.27
19.05
1
1
25.40
25.40
1.062 26.97
1.062 26.97
31/32
31/32
24.59
24.59
1-9/32
1-9/32
32.54
32.54
7/8-20
7/8-20
16S
16
1
1
18
1-1/8-18
1/8
3.18
1-63/64
50.24 3/4
19.05
1-1/8
28.58
1.188 30.18
1-1/16
26.97
1-3/8
34.93
1
20
1-1/4-18
1/8
3.18
1-57/64
47.85 3/4
19.05
1-1/4
31.75
1.312 33.32
1-5/32
29.36
1-1/2
38.10
1-3/16-18
-20
22
24
1-3/8-18
1-1/2-18
1/8
1/8
3.18
3.18
1-63/64
2-1/4
50.24 3/4
19.05
57.15 13/16 20.62
1-3/8
1-1/2
34.93
38.10
1.438 36.53
1.562 36.67
1-1/4
1-3/8
31.75
34.43
1-5/8
1-3/4
39.67
44.45
1-3/16-18
1-7/16-18
1-7/16-18
28
1-3/4-18
1/8
3.18
2-1/4
57.15 13/16 20.62
1-3/4
44.45
1.812 46.02
1-9/16
39.67
2
50.80
32
2
-18
1/8
3.18
2-3/8
60.33 7/8
22.23
2-1/32
51.59
2.062 52.37
1-3/4
44.45
2-1/4
57.15
1-3/4-18
36
2-1/4-16
1/8
3.18
2-3/8
60.33 7/8
22.23
2-1/4
57.15
2.312 58.72
1-15/16
49.20
2-1/2
63.50
2
A
Coupling
Thread
Inch
mm
Inch
mm
Inch
1/2-28
5/8-24
5/64
5/64
1.98
1.98
55/64
55/64
10SL
5/8-24
5/64
1.98
61/64
24.21 35/64 13.87
11/16
17.48
.812 20.62
23/32
18.24
1
25.40
12S
3/4-20
5/64
1.98
31/32
24.61 9/16
14.27
11/16
17.45
.812 20.62
13/16
20.62
1-3/32
27.76
12
12SL
3/4-20
3/4-20
5/64
5/64
1.98
1.98
1-21/64
27/32
33.73 3/4
19.05
21.44 35/64 13.87
11/16
11/16
17.45
17.45
.812 20.62
.938 23.83
13/16
13/16
20.62
20.62
1-3/32
1-3/32
27.76
27.76
MS3102A
Connector
Size
8S
10S
K Ref.
L Max.
M Ref.
mm
Inch
21.82 9/16
21.82 9/16
N Ref.
mm
14.27
14.27
Inch
7/16
1/2
O Ref.
mm
11.10
12.70
Inch
mm
.562 14.27
.688 17.48
R Ref.
Inch
19/32
23/32
S Ref.
15.06
18.24
7/8
1
mm
22.23
25.40
14S
7/8-20
5/64
1.98
61/64
24.21 9/16
14.27
3/4
19.05
.938 23.83
29/32
23.01
1-3/16
30.15
14
7/8-20
5/64
1.98
1-11/32
34.14 3/4
19.05
3/4
19.05
.938 23.83
29/32
23.01
1-3/16
30.15
5/64
1/8
1.98
3.18
61/64
1-3/8
24.21 9/16
34.92 3/4
14.27
19.05
7/8
7/8
22.23
22.23
1.062 26.97
1.062 26.97
31/32
31/32
24.59
24.59
1-9/32
1-9/32
32.54
32.54
16S
16
1
1
-20
-20
18
1-1/8-18
1/8
3.18
1-3/8
34.92 3/4
19.05
1
25.40
1.188 30.18
1-1/16
26.97
1-3/8
34.93
20
1-1/4-18
1/8
3.18
1-3/8
34.92 3/4
19.05
1-1/8
28.58
1.312 33.32
1-5/32
29.36
1-1/2
38.10
22
24
1-3/8-18
1-1/2-18
1/8
1/8
3.18
3.18
1-3/8
1-3/8
34.92 3/4
19.05
34.92 13/16 20.62
1-1/4
1-3/8
31.75
34.93
1.438 36.53
1.562 39.67
1-1/4
1-3/8
31.75
34.93
1-5/8
1-3/4
41.28
44.45
50.80
28
1-3/4-18
1/8
3.18
1-3/8
34.92 13/16 20.62
1-5/8
41.28
1.812 46.02
1-9/16
39.67
2
32
2
-18
1/8
3.18
1-15/32
37.31 7/8
22.23
1-29/32
48.41
2.062 52.37
1-3/4
44.45
2-1/4
57.15
36
2-1/4-16
1/8
3.18
1-15/32
37.31 7/8
22.23
2-1/8
53.98
2.312 58.72
1-15/16
49.20
2-1/2
63.50
13
-18
97 series solder type
plugs with solid shells
MS3106A
Connector
Size
L Max.
N Ref.
Inch
mm
Inch
Q Max.
mm
Inch
mm
V
Fitting Threads
8S
1-1/4
31.75
17/32
13.49
3/4
19.05
1/2-28
10S
1-5/16
33.32
5/8
15.88
7/8
22.23
1/2-28
10SL
12S
1-3/8
1-7/16
34.93
36.50
3/4
25/32
19.05
19.84
7/8
1
22.23
25.40
5/8-24
5/8-24
12
1-7/8
47.63
25/32
19.84
1
25.40
5/8-24
12SL
1-31/64
37.69
7/8
22.23
1
25.40
3/4-20
14S
14
1-15/32
1-7/8
37.13
47.47
7/8
7/8
22.23
22.23
1-1/8
1-1/8
28.58
28.58
3/4-20
3/4-20
16S
1-15/32
37.13
1
25.40
1-1/4
31.75
7/8-20
16
1-7/8
47.47
1
25.40
1-1/4
31.75
7/8-20
18
20
1-31/32
1-7/8
49.88
47.50
1-1/8
1-1/4
28.57
31.75
1-11/32
1-15/32
34.11
37.29
1 -20
1-3/16-18
22
1-31/32
49.88
1-3/8
34.93
1-19/32
40.46
1-3/16-18
24
2-1/4
57.15
1-1/2
38.10
1-23/32
43.64
1-7/16-18
28
32
2-1/4
2-3/8
57.15
60.33
1-3/4
2-1/32
44.45
51.59
1-31/32
2-7/32
49.99
56.34
1-7/16-18
1-3/4-18
36
2-3/8
60.33
2-1/4
57.15
2-15/32
62.69
mm
Inch
2
MS3106A straight plug
Sturdy, simple to assemble. Coupling ring
machined from solid aluminum bar stock for
high tensile strength. Mates with all types of
MS receptacles. Front shell includes polarizing keyway. Back shell is threaded for standard MS/AN fittings.
L
Q N
V
-18
MS3107A
L Max.
N Ref.
Q Max.
Connector
Size
Inch
10S
1-5/16
33.32
5/8
15.88
7/8
22.23
1/2-28
10SL
1-3/8
34.92
3/4
19.05
7/8
22.23
5/8-24
mm
Inch
mm
V
Fitting Threads
12S
1-7/16
36.50
25/32
19.84
1
25.40
5/8-24
12
14S
1-7/8
1-15/32
47.63
37.13
25/32
7/8
19.84
22.23
1
1-1/8
25.40
38.58
5/8-24
3/4-20
14
1-7/8
47.47
7/8
22.23
1-1/8
28.58
3/4-20
16S
1-15/32
37.13
1
25.40
1-1/4
31.75
7/8-20
16
18
1-7/8
1-31/32
47.47
49.88
1
1-1/8
25.40
28.58
1-1/4
1-11/32
31.75
34.11
7/8-20
1
-20
20
1-7/8
47.50
1-1/4
31.75
1-15/32
37.29
1-3/16-18
22
1-31/32
49.88
1-3/8
34.93
1-19/32
40.46
1-3/16-18
24
28
2-1/4
2-1/4
57.15
57.15
1-1/2
1-3/4
38.10
44.45
1-23/32
1-31/32
43.64
49.99
1-7/16-18
1-7/16-18
MS3107A quick-disconnect plug
For fast connect/disconnect applications.
Front shell has polarizing keyway. Mates
with all types of MS receptacles. Back shell
is threaded for standard MS/AN fittings
L
Q
N
V
MS3108A
Connector
Size
L Ref.
Inch
Q Max.
mm
Inch
U Ref.
mm
Inch
mm
Y Ref.
V
Fitting Threads
Inch
mm
10S
1-1/4
31.75
7/8
22.23
7/8
22.23
1/2-28
25/32
19.84
10SL
1-5/16
33.32
7/8
22.23
1
25.40
5/8-24
1-1/16
26.97
12S
1-3/8
34.93
1
25.40
1
25.40
5/8-24
1-1/16
26.97
12SL
12
1-3/8
1-13/64
34.93
30.56
1
1
25.40
25.40
1
1
25.40
25.40
3/4-20
5/8-24
1-1/16
1-1/16
26.97
26.97
14S
1-3/8
34.93
1-1/8
28.58
1
25.40
3/4-20
1-1/16
26.97
14
1-13/16
46.02
1-1/8
28.58
1
25.40
3/4-20
1-1/16
26.97
16S
16
1-1/2
1-15/16
38.10
49.20
1-1/4
1-1/4
31.75
31.75
1-1/8
1-1/8
28.58
28.58
7/8-20
7/8-20
1-5/16
1-5/16
33.32
33.32
18
1-15/16
49.20
1-11/32
34.11
1-1/8
28.58
1 -20
1-5/16
33.32
20
2-1/16
52.37
1-15/32
37.29
1-5/16
33.32
1-3/16-18
1-5/8
42.28
22
24
2-1/16
2-15/32
52.37
62.69
1-19/32
1-23/32
40.46
43.64
1-5/16
1-1/2
33.32
38.10
1-3/16-18
1-7/16-18
1-5/8
2
42.28
50.80
28
2-15/32
62.69
1-31/32
49.99
1-1/2
38.10
1-7/16-18
2
50.80
14
MS3108A angle plug
For use where space in front of panel or wall
is at a premium. Swivel ring and plate combination allow cable take off at any angle relative to front shell polarizing key. Back shell
is threaded for standard MS/AN fittings.
L
Y
Q
U
V
Y
97 series solder type
plugs with split shells
MS3106B
L Max.
Q Max.
Y Ref.
mm
V
Fitting Threads
Inch
mm
1-1/8
28.58
3/4-20
1-5/32
29.36
42.85
1-1/4
31.75
7/8-20
1-1/4
31.75
2-1/16
2-1/8
52.37
53.98
1-11/32
1-15/32
34.11
37.29
1 -20
1-3/16-18
1-41/64
1-13/16
41.66
46.02
22
2-1/8
53.98
1-19/32
40.46
1-3/16-18
1-15/16
49.20
24
2-9/32
57.94
1-23/32
43.64
1-7/16-18
2-1/16
52.37
28
32
2-9/32
2-5/16
57.94
58.72
1-31/32
2-7/32
49.99
56.34
1-7/16-18
1-3/4-18
2-5/16
2-19/32
58.72
65.86
36
2-11/32
59.51
2-15/32
62.69
2 -18
2-27/32
72.21
Connector
Size
Inch
mm
14S
1-11/16
42.85
16S
1-11/16
18
20
Inch
MS3106B straight plug
Used for unusual conduit applications where
soldering and inspection is the prime requirement. Back shell is threaded for all standard
MS/AN fittings.
L
Y
Q
MS3107B
L Max.
Q Max.
Connector
Size
Inch
mm
14S
1-11/16
42.85
16S
1-11/16
42.85
18
2-1/16
20
22
Y Ref.
V
mm
V
Fitting Threads
Inch
mm
1-1/8
28.58
3/4-20
1-5/32
29.36
1-1/4
31.75
7/8-20
1-1/4
31.75
MS3107B quick-disconnect plug
52.37
1-11/32
34.11
1 -20
1-41/64
41.66
2-1/8
2-1/8
53.99
53.99
1-15/32
1-19/32
37.29
40.46
1-3/16-18
1-3/16-18
1-13/16
1-15/16
46.02
49.20
24
2-9/32
57.94
1-23/32
43.64
1-7/16-18
2-1/16
52.37
For fast connect/disconnect applications. Front
shell has polarizing keyway. Mates with all
types of MS receptacles. Back shell is threaded
for standard MS/AN fittings
28
2-9/32
57.94
1-31/32
49.99
1-7/16-18
2-5/16
58.72
Inch
L
MS3108B
Connector
Size
L Ref.
Inch
Q Max.
mm
Inch
U Ref.
mm
Inch
mm
V
Fitting Threads
X Ref.
Inch
mm
10S
1-3/8
34.93
7/8
22.23
7/8
22.23
1/2-28
10SL
12S
1-1/2
1-9/16
38.10
39.67
7/8
1
22.23
25.40
1
1
25.40
25.40
5/8-24
5/8-24
1/2
12.70
12
1-7/8
47.63
1
25.40
1
25.40
5/8-24
1/2
12.70
14S
1-23/32
43.64
1-1/8
28.58
1-1/16
26.97
3/4-20
14
16S
1-15/16
1-3/4
49.20
44.45
1-1/8
1-1/4
28.58
31.75
1-1/16
1-1/8
26.97
28.58
3/4-20
7/8-20
16
2-1/8
53.98
1-1/4
31.75
1-1/8
28.58
7/8-20
18
2-5/32
54.75
1-11/32
34.11
1-3/16
30.15
-20
1-41/64
41.66
20
22
2-3/8
2-13/32
60.33
61.11
1-15/32
1-19/32
37.29
40.46
1-5/16
1-5/16
33.32
33.32
1-3/16-18
1-3/16-18
1-13/16
1-15/16
46.02
49.20
24
2-5/8
66.68
1-23/32
43.64
1-7/16
36.50
1-7/16-18
2-1/16
52.37
28
2-5/8
66.68
1-31/32
49.99
1-7/16
36.50
1-7/16-18
2-5/16
58.72
32
36
2-13/16
2-27/32
71.42
72.21
2-7/32
2-15/32
56.34
62.69
1-3/4
1-15/16
44.45
49.20
1-3/4-18
2
-18
2-19/32
2-27/32
65.86
72.21
1
21/32
16.66
21/32
1-1/2
16.66
38.10
1-1/2
38.10
Y
Q
V
MS3108B angle plug
Lightweight, roomy cavity, split longitudinally for
convenient solder or inspection. Front shell is
keyed to allow the 90° angle housing to be
rotated and locked at any 45° increment.
Sizes 10S thru 14
L
X
Q
U
V
Sizes 16S thru 40
L
Q
U
V
15
Y
97 series solder type
availability and weight reference
Insert
Number
Wall
Receptacles
MS3100
Cable
Receptacles
MS3101
Box
Receptacles
MS3102
Solid Shell
Solid Shell
Solid Shell
Straight Plugs
MS3106
Split Shell
Solid Shell
Split Shell
Solid Shell
Split Shell
B
A
B
A
B
A
A
A
A
.02
.01
.01
.02
10SL-3P
.03
.03
.02
10SL-4P†
.02
.02
Angle Plugs
MS3108
Solid Shell
8S-1
10SL-3S
Quick Disconnect
Plugs MS3107
1
3
.03
.03
.06
.05
3
.03
.03
.06
.05
2
.02
10SL-4S†
Total
Contacts
2
12S-3
.04
.03
.03
.03
.03
.07
.07
2
12-5
.05
.04
.03
.06
.06
.09
.08
1
12S-6*
.04
.03
.03
.04
.04
.07
.08
2
.05
.06
.08
12SL-844P*
.03
12SL-844S*
4
4
14S-1†
.05
.04
.03
.06
.06
.06
.06
.08
.08
14S-2
.05
.04
.03
.06
.06
.06
.06
.08
.08
4
14S-4†
.05
.04
.03
.06
.06
.06
.06
.08
.08
1
14S-5
.05
.04
.04
.06
.06
.06
.06
.08
.08
5
14S-6
.05
.04
.04
.06
.06
.06
.06
.08
.08
6
14S-7
.05
.04
.03
.06
.06
.06
.06
.08
.08
3
14S-9†
.05
.04
.03
.06
.06
.07
.06
.08
.08
2
16S-1
.06
.05
.05
.07
.07
.08
.07
.14
.11
7
16S-4
.06
.05
.04
.07
.07
.07
.07
.12
.10
2
16S-5†
.06
.05
.04
.07
.07
.07
.07
.12
.10
3
.07
.09
.07
.12
.10
3
.15
.14
3
16S-6†
.06
.05
.04
.07
16-7
.08
.08
.07
.09
16S-8
.06
.05
.04
.07
16-9
.08
.07
.07
.07
.09
3
.09
.07
.12
.10
5
.09
.10
.12
.13
4
16-10
.08
.08
.07
.09
.09
.15
.14
3
16-11†
.08
.07
.07
.09
.11
.14
.13
2
16-12
.10
.09
.08
.11
.08
.16
.15
1
16-13
.07
.07
.06
.08
.11
.14
.13
2
18-1
.10
.10
.08
.11
.16
.15
10
.13
.12
.13
18-3†
.10
.10
.08
.12
.13
.11
.13
.16
.15
2
18-4
.09
.09
.07
.11
.13
.12
.13
.16
.15
4
18-5
.10
.10
.08
.12
.13
.13
.13
.16
.15
3
18-8
.10
.10
.08
.12
.14
.12
.14
.16
.15
8
18-9
.11
.10
.09
.12
.14
.13
.14
.17
.16
7
18-10†
.11
.09
.13
.14
.13
.14
.17
.16
4
18-11
.11
.11
.09
.13
.15
.11
.15
.18
.17
5
18-12†
.10
.09
.08
.11
.13
.13
.13
.16
.15
6
18-13
.12
.12
.10
.13
.15
.13
.15
.18
.17
4
18-16
.09
.09
.07
.11
.13
.11
.13
.15
.14
1
18-19†
.10
.10
.08
.11
.13
.11
.13
.16
.15
10
18-20†
.09
.09
.07
.11
.13
.11
.13
.15
.15
5
18-22†
.09
.09
.07
.11
.13
.13
.16
.15
3
18-29†
.10
.08
.11
.13
.11
.13
.16
.15
5
18-420†*
.10
.10
.08
.12
.13
.12
.13
.16
.16
1
20-3†
.14
.13
.10
.15
.16
.15
.16
.24
.19
3
Where no weight is shown, insert is not available in that shell type.
† Inactive for new military design, but available for replacement or for nonmilitary purposes.
* “MS” number not assigned. Use “97” prefix in place of “MS” in completing catalog number.
Weights are for connectors with socket contacts.
Connectors with pin contacts weigh slightly less.
If a weight appears in the column, the shell is available.
Weight is shown in lbs.
16
97 series solder type
availability and weight reference, cont.
Insert
Number
Wall
Receptacles
MS3100
Cable
Receptacles
MS3101
Box
Receptacles
MS3102
Solid Shell
Solid Shell
Solid Shell
Straight Plugs
MS3106
Solid Shell
Quick Disconnect
Plugs MS3107
Split Shell
Solid Shell
Split Shell
Angle Plugs
MS3108
Solid Shell
Split Shell
Total
Contacts
A
A
A
A
B
A
B
A
B
20-4
.14
.13
.10
.15
.16
.15
.16
.24
.19
20-6†
.12
.11
.09
.13
.15
.14
.15
.23
.18
3
20-7
.13
.12
.09
.14
.15
.14
.15
.23
.18
8
20-8
.15
.14
.12
.16
.18
.16
.18
.26
.20
6
20-11†
.14
.13
.11
.15
.17
.15
.17
.25
.20
13
20-14
.16
.15
.13
.17
.19
.17
.19
.27
.21
5
20-15
.15
.14
.12
.16
.18
.16
.18
.26
.21
7
20-16
.14
.13
.10
.15
.16
.15
.16
.24
.19
9
20-17
.15
.14
.11
.16
.17
.16
.17
.25
.20
6
20-18
.14
.13
.11
.15
.17
.15
.17
.25
.19
9
20-19†
.16
.15
.13
.17
.19
.17
.19
.27
.21
3
4
20-21
.13
.12
.10
.14
.16
.14
.16
.24
.19
9
20-23†
.15
.14
.11
.16
.17
.16
.17
.25
.20
2
20-24
.15
.14
.11
.16
.17
.16
.17
.25
.20
4
20-27
.13
.12
.10
.14
.16
.14
.16
.24
.19
14
20-29
.14
.13
.11
.15
.17
.15
.17
.25
.20
17
20-33
.13
.12
.09
.14
.18
.18
.18
.23
.18
11
22-1†
.16
.16
.13
.18
.19
.18
.19
.27
.23
2
22-2
.17
.17
.14
.19
.20
.19
.20
.29
.24
3
22-4†
.21
.17
.14
.19
.20
.19
.20
.28
.23
4
22-5
.15
.14
.12
.17
.18
.17
.18
.26
.21
6
22-8†
.15
.14
.11
.16
.18
.16
.18
.26
.21
2
22-9
.15
.15
.12
.17
.18
.17
.18
.26
.21
3
22-10
.14
.13
.10
.15
.17
.15
.17
.25
.20
4
22-11
.14
.13
.10
.15
.17
.15
.17
.25
.20
2
22-12
.16
.16
.13
.18
.19
.18
.19
.27
.23
5
22-13†
.16
.15
.12
.17
.18
.17
.18
.27
.22
5
22-14
.15
.14
.11
.16
.18
.16
.18
.26
.21
19
22-15
.16
.14
.13
.17
.19
.17
.19
.27
.22
6
22-16†
.16
.15
.12
.17
.18
.17
.18
.27
.22
9
22-18
.14
.13
.10
.15
.17
.15
.17
.25
.20
8
22-19
.15
.14
.11
.16
.18
.16
.18
.26
.21
14
22-20†
.14
.14
.11
.16
.17
.16
.17
.25
.21
9
22-22
.19
.19
.16
.21
.26
.21
.22
.30
.25
4
22-23
.17
.16
.13
.18
.20
.18
.20
.28
.23
8
22-26†
.15
.14
.11
22-27
.15
.15
.12
.17
.18
.17
.18
22-28†
.17
.16
.13
.18
.20
.18
22-34†
.15
.15
.12
.17
.18
.17
24-2
.20
.19
.16
.22
.24
24-5†
.18
.17
.14
.20
.22
.19
7
.27
.22
9
.20
.28
.23
7
.18
.26
.22
5
.22
.24
.39
.29
7
.20
.22
.37
.27
16
24-6
.20
.19
.16
.22
.24
.22
.27
.39
.29
8
24-7
.19
.18
.14
.21
.23
.21
.23
.38
.27
16
24-9†
.22
.21
.17
.24
.25
.24
.25
.41
.30
2
24-10
.26
.25
.21
.28
.30
.28
.30
.45
.34
7
Where no weight is shown, insert is not available in that shell type.
† Inactive for new military design, but available for replacement or for nonmilitary purposes.
* “MS” number not assigned. Use “97” prefix in place of “MS” in completing
catalog number.
Weights are for connectors with socket contacts.
Connectors with pin contacts weigh slightly less.
If a weight appears in the column, the shell is available.
Weight is shown in lbs.
17
97 series solder type
availability and weight reference, cont.
Insert
Number
Wall
Receptacles
MS3100
Cable
Receptacles
MS3101
Box
Receptacles
MS3102
Solid Shell
Solid Shell
Solid Shell
Straight Plugs
MS3106
Solid Shell
Quick Disconnect
Plugs MS3107
Split Shell
Solid Shell
Split Shell
Angle Plugs
MS3108
Solid Shell
Split Shell
Total
Contacts
A
A
A
A
B
A
B
A
B
24-11
.24
.22
.19
.26
.27
.26
.27
.43
.32
9
24-12
.23
.22
.19
.25
.27
.25
.27
.42
.32
5
24-16
.20
.19
.15
.22
.24
.22
.24
.39
.28
7
24-19†
.18
.17
.13
.20
.22
.37
.36
12
24-20
.19
.17
.14
.21
.22
.21
.22
.38
.27
11
24-21
.19
.17
.14
.21
.23
.21
.23
.38
.27
10
24-22
.22
.21
.18
.24
.26
.24
.26
.41
.30
4
24-27
.17
.16
.13
.20
.21
.20
.21
.36
.26
7
24-28
.19
.18
.14
.21
.22
.21
.22
.38
.27
24
28-1
.29
.27
.24
.30
.32
.30
.32
.44
.36
9
28-2
.24
.22
.19
.25
.27
.25
.27
.40
.32
14
28-3
.26
.24
.21
.28
.30
.28
.30
.42
.34
3
28-6†
.30
.28
.25
.31
.33
.31
.33
.45
.38
3
28-8
.23
.22
.18
.25
.27
.25
.27
.39
.31
12
28-9
.25
.24
.20
.27
.29
.27
.29
.41
.33
12
28-10
.31
.29
.26
.33
.35
.33
.35
.47
.39
7
28-11
.25
.24
.20
.27
.29
.27
.29
.41
.33
22
28-12
.24
.22
.19
.26
.28
.26
.28
.40
.32
26
28-15†
.25
.23
.20
.26
.28
.26
.28
.40
.32
35
28-16†
.24
.22
.19
.25
.27
.25
.27
.39
.31
20
28-17
.23
.22
.18
.25
.27
.25
.27
.39
.31
15
28-18
.23
.22
.18
.25
.27
.25
.27
.39
.31
12
28-19
.24
.22
.19
.26
.28
.26
.28
.40
.32
10
28-20
.27
.25
.22
.29
.31
.29
.31
.43
.35
14
28-21
.25
.23
.20
.26
.28
.26
.28
.40
.32
37
32-5†
.36
.35
.32
.38
.40
.48
2
32-6
.39
.38
.35
.41
.43
.51
23
32-7
.33
.33
.29
.36
.38
.45
35
32-8†
.32
.32
.29
.35
.37
.44
30
32-13
.32
.31
.28
.34
.36
.44
23
32-17
.37
.37
.34
.40
.42
.49
4
32-414†
.35
.35
.31
.38
.40
.48
52
36-1†
.41
.39
.34
.41
.43
.52
22
36-5
.54
.52
.47
.54
.56
.65
4
36-6
.55
.53
.49
.55
.57
.67
6
36-7
.44
.41
.37
.44
.45
.55
47
36-8
.40
.38
.34
.41
.42
.52
47
36-9
.50
.47
.43
.50
.51
.61
31
36-10
.41
.39
.34
.41
.43
.53
48
36-15
.40
.37
.38
.40
.41
.51
35
36-403†*
.40
.36
.33
.40
.41
.51
52
Where no weight is shown, insert is not available in that shell type.
Weights are for connectors with socket contacts.
Connectors with pin contacts weigh slightly less.
If a weight appears in the column, the shell is available.
Weight is shown in lbs.
† Inactive for new military design, but available for replacement or for nonmilitary purposes.
* “MS” number not assigned. Use “97” prefix in place of “MS” in completing
catalog number.
18
97 series solder type
how to order
Example of part number for solder type connectors is given below.
97
–
3101
A – 28 – 21
S
Y (847) (639)
Shell Finish Suffix
Omit for standard O.D.
cadmium finish
(604) Gray anodized
(608) Black anodized
(621) Black zinc alloy
(624) Green zinc alloy
(639) Clear cadmium
(640) Conductive black zinc alloy
(689) Electroless nickel
Series Number
97 - Like MS but
Amphenol®
Shell Type
3100 Wall Receptacle
3101 Cable Receptacle
3102 Box Receptacle
3106 Straight Plug
3107 Quick Disconnect Plug
3108 Angle Plug
OR
mpheno
E
Shell Construction
A - Solid Backshell
B - Split Backshell
Shell Size
8S, 10SL, 12S, 14S, 14, 16S, 16
18, 20, 22, 24, 28, 32, 36
C
l
A
RoHS Compliant
HS
Ro
Suffix
(946) Black zinc alloy
U
E
/2
002 / 95 /
plating plus solder
contact less pre-filled cup
Deviation from standard A&B
construction
Omit this suffix if standard construction is
desired
(115) Small flange receptacle
(426) Gold over silver plating on contacts
(438) Construction for potting (see page 30
for additional deviations)
(936) Connector plug with safety wire holes
in coupling nut
Consult Amphenol, Sidney, NY for
other deviations.
Insert Configuration Number
See insert availability listing - pages 4 & 5,
and see insert arrangement illustrations pages 6-11.
Alternate Insert Positions
Omit for standard position
W, X, Y or Z for alternate positions, depending on insert (see page 12 for positions
available)
Note: Accessories for 97 Series Connectors
should be ordered with matching connector plating. See accessory pages 33-39.
Contact Type
P = Pin
S = Socket
19
Amphenol ® 97 Series Connectors
with rear release crimp contacts
DESIGN CHARACTERISTICS
• Rugged metal shell
• Conductive finish
• Stamped & formed crimp contacts
• Closed entry socket contacts
• Plastic retention
• Utilizes standard 97 Series hardware
• Intermateable and intermountable with existing
97 Series and MIL-5015 connectors
• Underwriters Laboratories approved recognition File E115497
97-4100A
97-4107A
• Canadian Standards Association Certification
File LR69183
CUSTOMER OPTIONS
• Positive self-centering of contacts; pins bent up
to 20° will pick up
• Reduced user cost due to high speed
termination
97-4101A
• Less equipment down-time due to fatigue failure at wire contact junction or handling damage
• Greater contact to contact insulation, lighter
weight, higher reliability
• No costly re-design or rework necessary on
existing equipment
97-4107B
97-4102A
• Complete flexibility through multi-source product availability
The Amphenol 97-410X connector design incorporates
Poke Home® Rear Release contacts. The 97 Series Rear
Release line is intermateable and intermountable with
existing 97 Series and MIL-5015 type shell styles in both
plugs and receptacles. The connectors utilize 97 Series
bright cadmium plated shells and standard insert configurations.
97-4108A
97-4106A
The connector is designed to be used with stamped and
formed type crimp contacts. Contact design (size 16 only)
incorporates insulation crimp support for greater strength
at wire termination end. Contacts are available on reel
assemblies for use with the high speed Amphenol stripper crimper capable of crimping 1500 contacts per hour.
Hand crimp tools and bulk packaged contacts are also
available.
97-4108B
Standard hardware available for the 97 Series connector
can be used with the 97 Series crimp contact rear release
line. Accessories should be ordered with the appropriate
deviation number to match the bright cadmium connector
finish. See how to order, page 27, for 97 Series connectors with crimp contacts.
97-4106B
20
97 series crimp type
specifications, insert availability,
alternate insert positioning
Specifications
CL normal
Standard shell finish - clear chromate over cadmium plate
(optional plating available, see how to order page 27).
Inserts - molded of a 94V-O Underwriters Laboratory rated
material.
W
Z
X
Y
Contacts - copper alloy formed, silver plated (gold plating is
also available, see how to order page 28).
Wire sizes - 12 AWG through 30 AWG.
FRONT FACE OF PIN INSERT
All constructions perform satisfactorily from –55°C to
+125°C ( –67°F to +257°F).
Alternate Insert Positioning
Insert
Number
Total
Contacts
Mechanical
Spacing
Inches
mm
Service
Rating
W
X
Y
Z
Contact Size
12S-3
70
145
215
290
12
14S-2
14S-5
14S-7
–
–
90
120
110
180
240
–
270
–
–
–
16S-1
16S-8
80
–
–
170
–
265
280
–
18-1
18-4
18-11
18-12
18-19
18-20
70
35
–
80
–
90
145
110
170
–
120
180
215
250
265
–
240
270
290
325
–
280
–
–
45
80
35
80
110
110
110
–
250
250
250
–
–
280
325
280
16
10SL-3
3
1/16
1.57
A
10SL-4
2
1/16
1.57
A
2
12S-3
2
1/16
1.57
A
2
14S-1
3
1/16
1.57
A
3
14S-2
4
INST.
4
14S-5
5
INST.
5
14S-7
3
1/16
1.57
A
3
16S-1
7
1/16
1.57
A
7
16S-8
5
1/16
1.57
A
5
18-1
10
1/16
1.57
A
4
18-4
4
1/8
3.18
Degrees
Insert
Arrangement
Insert Availability
3
INST.
6
20-4
20-7
20-27
20-29
D
4
22-14
80
–
–
280
24-2
80
–
–
280
28-9
28-11
28-12
28-20
28-21
80
80
90
80
80
110
110
180
110
110
250
250
270
250
250
280
280
–
280
280
32-8
32-414*
80
80*
125
110*
235
250*
280
280*
36-10
80
125
235
280
18-11
5
1/16
1.57
A
18-12
6
1/16
1.57
A
5
6
18-19
10
1/16
1.57
A
10
18-20
5
1/16
1.57
A
20-4
4
1/8
3.18
D
20-7
8
1/8
3.18
D
4
1/16
1.57
A
4
20-27
14
1/16
1.57
A
14
5
4
20-29
17
1/16
1.57
A
22-14
19
1/16
1.57
A
24-2
7
1/8
3.18
D
7
4
* Rotates opposite above illustration.
17
19
28-11
22
1/16
1.57
A
28-12
26
1/16
1.57
A
18
28-20
14
1/16
1.57
A
28-21
37
1/16
1.57
A
37
32-414
52
1/16
1.57
A
52
36-10
48
1/16
1.57
A
48
26
10
4
21
97 series crimp type
insert arrangements
Front view of pin insert or rear of socket insert illustrated.
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CONTACT LEGEND
16
Current Ratings
Wire Size
12
14
16
18
20
22
26
28
30
Amperes
23
17
13
10
7.5
5
2
1.5
1.0
NOTE: Design specifications subject to change.
Consult Amphenol, Sidney, NY for the latest specifications
and UL and CSA recognition.
Service Rating
Service
Rating
Recommended Operating Voltage* at Sea Level
DC
AC (RMS)
INST.
250
200
A
700
500
D
1250
900
* The values listed represent operating values which include a
generous safety factor.
23
12
97 series crimp type
receptacles
97-4100A wall mount receptacle
97-4101A cable receptacle
97-4102A box receptacle
Solid shell construction is strong and conserves space. Includes integral polarizing
key in front. Back shell is threaded for standard MS/AN fittings.
Solid shell construction is strong and conserves space. Includes integral polarizing key
in front shell. Machined back shell is threaded
for standard MS/AN fittings. Can be
unscrewed for inspection or soldering
Solid shell designed for open wiring.
Mounts directly on chassis, equipment or
panel. Includes internal polarized key in
front shell.
L
M
R
N
Mounting
Holes
.173 (4.394) DIA.
FOR SIZE 32 AND 36
.147 (3.734) DIA.
FOR SIZES 24 AND 28
.120 (3.048) DIA.
FOR ALL OTHER SIZES
M
Panel Opening
R S
N
S
R
L
L
Mounting Holes
S
R
S
N
V
K
K
V
A
O
A
A
97-4100A and 97-4101A
Connector
Size
A
Coupling
Thread
K Ref.
Inch
mm
L Max.
Inch
M Ref.
mm
Inch
N Ref.
mm
Inch
O Ref.
mm
Inch
mm
R Ref.
Inch
S Ref.
mm
Inch
mm
V
Fitting Threads
10SL
5/8-24
5/64
1.98
1-9/32
32.53 9/16
14.27
3/4
19.05
.812 20.62
23/32
18.24
1
25.40
5/8-24
12S
3/4-20
5/64
1.98
1-15/32
37.29 9/16
14.27
25/32
19.84
.812 20.62
13/16
20.62
1-3/32
27.76
5/8-24
3/4-20
14S
7/8-20
5/64
1.98
1-15/32
37.39 9/16
14.27
7/8
22.23
.938 23.83
29/32
23.01
1-3/16
30.15
16S
18
1
-20
1-1/8-18
5/64
1/8
1.98
3.18
1-15/32
1-63/64
37.39 9/16
50.24 3/4
14.27
19.05
1
1-1/8
25.40
28.58
1.062 26.97
1.188 30.18
31/32
1-1/16
24.59
26.97
1-9/32
1-3/8
32.54
34.93
1
20
1-1/4-18
1/8
3.18
1-57/64
47.85 3/4
19.05
1-1/4
31.75
1.312 33.32
1-5/32
29.36
1-1/2
38.10
1-3/16-18
22
1-3/8-18
1/8
3.18
1-63/64
50.24 3/4
19.05
1-3/8
34.93
1.438 36.53
1-1/4
31.75
1-5/8
39.67
1-3/16-18
24
28
1-1/2-18
1-3/4-18
1/8
1/8
3.18
3.18
2-14
2-1/4
57.15 13/16 20.62
57.15 13/16 20.62
1-1/2
1-3/4
38.10
44.45
1.562 36.67
1.812 46.02
1-3/8
1-9/16
34.43
39.67
1-3/4
2
44.45
50.80
1-7/16-18
1-7/16-18
32
2
-18
1/8
3.18
2-3/8
60.33 7/8
22.23
2-1/32
51.59
2.062 52.37
1-3/4
44.45
2-1/4
57.15
1-3/4-18
36
2-1/4-16
1/8
3.18
2-3/8
60.33 7/8
22.23
2-1/4
57.15
2.312 58.72
1-15/16
49.20
2-1/2
63.50
2
A
Coupling
Thread
Inch
mm
mm
Inch
97-4102A
Connector
Size
K Ref.
L Max.
Inch
M Ref.
mm
Inch
N Ref.
mm
Inch
O Ref.
mm
Inch
mm
R Ref.
Inch
S Ref.
mm
10SL
5/8-24
5/64
1.98
61/64
24.21 35/64 13.87
11/16
17.48
.812 20.62
23/32
18.24
1
25.40
12S
14S
3/4-20
7/8-20
5/64
5/64
1.98
1.98
31/32
61/64
24.61 9/16
24.21 9/16
14.27
14.27
11/16
3/4
17.45
19.05
.812 20.62
.938 23.83
13/16
29/32
20.62
23.01
1-3/32
1-3/16
27.76
30.15
32.54
16S
5/64
1.98
61/64
24.21 9/16
14.27
7/8
22.23
1.062 26.97
31/32
24.59
1-9/32
18
1-1/8-18
1
-20
1/8
3.18
1-3/8
34.92 3/4
19.05
1
25.40
1.188 30.18
1-1/16
26.97
1-3/8
34.93
20
22
1-1/4-18
1-3/8-18
1/8
1/8
3.18
3.18
1-3/8
1-3/8
34.92 3/4
34.92 3/4
19.05
19.05
1-1/8
1-1/4
28.58
31.75
1.312 33.32
1.438 36.53
1-5/32
1-1/4
29.36
31.75
1-1/2
1-5/8
38.10
41.28
24
1-1/2-18
1/8
3.18
1-3/8
34.92 13/16 20.62
1-3/8
34.93
1.562 39.67
1-3/8
34.93
1-3/4
44.45
28
1-3/4-18
1/8
3.18
1-3/8
34.92 13/16 20.62
1-5/8
41.28
1.812 46.02
1-9/16
39.67
2
50.80
32
36
2
-18
2-1/4-16
1/8
1/8
3.18
3.18
1-15/32
1-15/32
37.31 7/8
37.31 7/8
1-29/32
2-1/8
48.41
53.98
2.062 52.37
2.312 58.72
1-3/4
1-15/16
44.45
49.20
2-1/4
2-1/2
57.15
63.50
22.23
22.23
24
7/8-20
-20
-18
97 series crimp type
plugs with solid shells
97-4106A
Connector
Size
L Max.
N Ref.
Inch
mm
Inch
Q Max.
mm
Inch
mm
V
Fitting Threads
10SL
1-3/8
34.93
3/4
19.05
7/8
22.23
5/8-24
12S
1-7/16
36.50
25/32
19.84
1
25.40
5/8-24
14S
16S
1-15/32
1-15/32
37.13
37.13
7/8
1
22.23
25.40
1-1/8
1-1/4
28.58
31.75
3/4-20
7/8-20
18
1-31/32
49.88
1-1/8
28.57
1-11/32
34.11
1 -20
20
1-7/8
47.50
1-1/4
31.75
1-15/32
37.29
1-3/16-18
22
24
1-31/32
2-1/4
49.88
57.15
1-3/8
1-1/2
34.93
38.10
1-19/32
1-23/32
40.46
43.64
1-3/16-18
1-7/16-18
28
2-1/4
57.15
1-3/4
44.45
1-31/32
49.99
1-7/16-18
32
2-3/8
60.33
2-1/32
51.59
2-7/32
56.34
1-3/4-18
36
2-3/8
60.33
2-1/4
57.15
2-15/32
62.69
2
97-4106A straight plug
Sturdy, simple to assemble. Coupling ring
machined from solid aluminum bar stock for
high tensile strength. Mates with all types of
MS receptacles. Front shell includes polarizing keyway. Back shell is threaded for standard MS/AN fittings.
L
-18
Q N
97-4107A
Connector
Size
L Max.
N Ref.
Inch
mm
Inch
Q Max.
mm
Inch
mm
V
Fitting Threads
10SL
1-3/8
34.92
3/4
19.05
7/8
22.23
5/8-24
12S
1-7/16
36.50
25/32
19.84
1
25.40
5/8-24
14S
16S
1-15/32
1-15/32
37.13
37.13
7/8
1
22.23
25.40
1-1/8
1-1/4
38.58
31.75
3/4-20
7/8-20
16
1-7/8
47.47
1
25.40
1-1/4
31.75
18
1-31/32
49.88
1-1/8
28.58
1-11/32
34.11
20
22
1-7/8
1-31/32
47.50
49.88
1-1/4
1-3/8
31.75
34.93
1-15/32
1-19/32
37.29
40.46
1-3/16-18
1-3/16-18
24
2-1/4
57.15
1-1/2
38.10
1-23/32
43.64
1-7/16-18
28
2-1/4
57.15
1-3/4
44.45
1-31/32
49.99
1-7/16-18
V
7/8-20
1
-20
97-4107A quick-disconnect plug
For fast connect/disconnect applications.
Front shell has polarizing keyway. Mates
with all types of MS receptacles. Back shell
is threaded for standard MS/AN fittings
97-4108A
Connector
Size
L Ref.
Inch
Q Max.
mm
Inch
U Ref.
mm
Inch
mm
Y Ref.
V
Fitting Threads
Inch
L
mm
10SL
1-5/16
33.32
7/8
22.23
1
25.40
5/8-24
1-1/16
26.97
12S
1-3/8
34.93
1
25.40
1
25.40
5/8-24
1-1/16
26.97
14S
16S
1-3/8
1-1/2
34.93
38.10
1-1/8
1-1/4
28.58
31.75
1
1-1/8
25.40
28.58
3/4-20
7/8-20
1-1/16
1-5/16
26.97
33.32
18
1-15/16
49.20
1-11/32
34.11
1-1/8
28.58
1 -20
1-5/16
33.32
20
2-1/16
52.37
1-15/32
37.29
1-5/16
33.32
1-3/16-18
1-5/8
42.28
22
24
2-1/16
2-15/32
52.37
62.69
1-19/32
1-23/32
40.46
43.64
1-5/16
1-1/2
33.32
38.10
1-3/16-18
1-7/16-18
1-5/8
2
42.28
50.80
28
2-15/32
62.69
1-31/32
49.99
1-1/2
38.10
1-7/16-18
2
50.80
Q
N
V
97-4108A angle plug
For use where space in front of panel or wall
is at a premium. Swivel ring and plate combination allow cable take off at any angle relative to front shell polarizing key. Back shell
is threaded for standard MS/AN fittings.
L
Y
Q
U
V
25
Y
97 series crimp type
plugs with split shells
97-4106B
L Max.
Q Max.
Connector
Size
Inch
mm
14S
1-11/16
42.85
1-1/8
28.58
16S
1-11/16
42.85
1-1/4
18
20
2-1/16
2-1/8
52.37
53.98
22
2-1/8
24
2-9/32
28
32
36
Inch
Y Ref.
V
Fitting Threads
mm
Inch
mm
3/4-20
1-5/32
29.36
31.75
7/8-20
1-1/4
31.75
1-11/32
1-15/32
34.11
37.29
1 -20
1-3/16-18
1-41/64
1-13/16
41.66
46.02
53.98
1-19/32
40.46
1-3/16-18
1-15/16
49.20
57.94
1-23/32
43.64
1-7/16-18
2-1/16
52.37
2-9/32
2-5/16
57.94
58.72
1-31/32
2-7/32
49.99
56.34
1-7/16-18
1-3/4-18
2-5/16
2-19/32
58.72
65.86
2-11/32
59.51
2-15/32
62.69
2 -18
2-27/32
72.21
Inch
97-4106B straight plug
Used for unusual conduit applications where
soldering and inspection is the prime requirement. Back shell is threaded for all standard
MS/AN fittings.
L
Y
Q
97-4107B
L Max.
Q Max.
Connector
Size
Inch
mm
14S
16S
1-11/16
1-11/16
42.85
42.85
1-1/8
1-1/4
28.58
31.75
18
2-1/16
52.37
1-11/32
20
2-1/8
53.99
22
24
2-1/8
2-9/32
53.99
57.94
28
2-9/32
57.94
Y Ref.
V
Fitting Threads
mm
V
Inch
mm
3/4-20
7/8-20
1-5/32
1-1/4
29.36
31.75
34.11
1 -20
1-41/64
41.66
1-15/32
37.29
1-3/16-18
1-13/16
46.02
1-19/32
1-23/32
40.46
43.64
1-3/16-18
1-7/16-18
1-15/16
2-1/16
49.20
52.37
1-31/32
49.99
1-7/16-18
2-5/16
58.72
97-4107B quick-disconnect plug
For fast connect/disconnect applications. Front
shell has polarizing keyway. Mates with all
types of MS receptacles. Back shell is threaded
for standard MS/AN fittings
L
97-4108B
Connector
Size
L Ref.
Inch
Q Max.
mm
Inch
U Ref.
mm
Inch
mm
V
Fitting Threads
10SL
1-1/2
38.10
7/8
22.23
1
25.40
5/8-24
12S
1-9/16
39.67
1
25.40
1
25.40
5/8-24
X Ref.
Inch
mm
Y
1/2
14S
1-23/32
43.64
1-1/8
28.58
1-1/16
26.97
3/4-20
21/32
16.66
16S
18
1-3/4
2-5/32
44.45
54.75
1-1/4
1-11/32
31.75
34.11
1-1/8
1-3/16
28.58
30.15
7/8-20
1 -20
1-1/2
1-41/64
38.10
41.66
20
2-3/8
60.33
1-15/32
37.29
1-5/16
33.32
1-3/16-18
1-13/16
46.02
22
2-13/32
61.11
1-19/32
40.46
1-5/16
33.32
1-3/16-18
1-15/16
49.20
24
28
2-5/8
2-5/8
66.68
66.68
1-23/32
1-31/32
43.64
49.99
1-7/16
1-7/16
36.50
36.50
1-7/16-18
1-7/16-18
2-1/16
2-5/16
52.37
58.72
32
2-13/16
71.42
2-7/32
56.34
1-3/4
44.45
1-3/4-18
2-19/32
65.86
36
2-27/32
72.21
2-15/32
62.69
1-15/16
49.20
2
2-27/32
72.21
-18
Q
12.70
V
97-4108B angle plug
Lightweight, roomy cavity, split longitudinally for
convenient inspection. Front shell is keyed to
allow the 90° angle housing to be rotated and
locked at any 45° increment.
Sizes 10SL thru 14S
L
X
Q
U
V
Sizes 16S thru 36
L
Q
U
V
26
Y
97 series crimp type
how to order
Example of part number for crimp type connectors is given below.
-
4101
A – 28 – 21
S
Y
(621)
Shell Finish Suffix
Omit for standard O.D.
cadmium finish
(604) Gray anodized
(608) Black anodized
(624) Green zinc alloy
(640) Conductive black zinc alloy
(662) Olive drab cadmium
(689) Electroless nickel
Series Number
97 - designates
AMPHENOL 97 Series
Shell Type
4100 Wall Receptacle
4101 Cable Receptacle
4102 Box Receptacle
4106 Straight Plug
4107 Quick Disconnect Plug
4108 Angle Plug
OR
RoHS Compliant Suffix
(621) Black zinc alloy
plating
Note: “4” in part number
designates crimp contact rear
release connector
pheno
l
Am
HS
Ro
E
U
Shell Construction
A - Solid Backshell
B - Split Backshell
C
97
E
/2
002 / 95 /
Alternate Insert Positions
Omit for standard position
W, X, Y or Z for alternate positions,
depending on insert (see page 21 for
positions available)
Shell Size
10SL, 12S, 14S, 16S, 18, 20,
22, 24, 28, 32, 36
Contact Type*
P = Pin
S = Socket
Insert Configuration Number
See insert availability listing - page 21,
and see insert arrangement illustrations pages 22 and 23.
* Contacts are not supplied with connectors, and
must be ordered separately. See following pages
for contact information.
Note:
Accessories for 97 Series Connectors should be
ordered with matching connector plating. See
accessory pages 33-39.
27
97 series crimp type
contact information
Crimp contacts can be ordered for 97 Series connectors in reel assemblies
or in bulk packaging. Order by part numbers given below:
Reel Assembly - For use with semi-automatic
crimping equipment; order number of reels
required.
Reel Assemblies Available
Example of part number:
Part Number
Size
9738-1216P-X250
12
18 thru 36
9738-1216S-X250
12
18 thru 36
9745-1418P-X400
16
10SL thru 36
9745-1418S-X400
16
18 thru 36
9755-1418S-X400
16
10SL thru 16S only
9745-1622P-X400
16
10SL thru 36
97
For Connector Sizes
9755-1622S-X400
16
10SL, 12S, 14S, 16S only
9745-1622S-X400
16
18 thru 36
9745-2026P-X400
16
10SL thru 36
(38 = 12 size,
45, 55 = 16 size)*
Contact Plating
Wire Size Accommodated
4 - Silver plate .0002 min.
over copper .00005 min.
Example: 1216 will
accommodate size 12
through 16 AWG wire.
5 - Gold plate .00003 min.
over nickel .00005 min
10SL, 12S, 14S, 16S only
18 thru 36
9745-2630P-X400
16
10SL thru 36
Mating End
9755-2630S-X400
16
10SL, 12S, 14S, 16S only
P = Pin; S = Socket
9745-2630S-X400
16
18 thru 36
12
18 thru 36
9738-1216S-X(920)
12
18 thru 36
9745-1418P-X(920)
16
10SL thru 36
Example of part number:
97
For Connector Sizes
16
18 thru 36
16
10SL thru 16S only
9745-1622P-X(920)
16
10SL thru 36
(38 = 12 size,
45, 55 = 16 size)*
9755-1622S-X(920)
16
10SL, 12S, 14S, 16S only
18 thru 36
16
10SL thru 36
P
4
(920)
100 pcs. per package
standard
9755-1418S-X(920)
16
1216
Bulk Packaged
9745-1418S-X(920)
9745-2026P-X(920)
38
Series
Contact Size
9745-1622S-X(920)
400
(250 = 2500)
(400 = 4000)
16
9738-1216P-X(920)
4
Contact Size
16
Size
P
Quantity per Reel
9745-2026S-X400
Bulk Packaged Contacts Available
1216
Series
9755-2026S-X400
Part Number
38
Contact Plating
4 - Silver plate .0002 min.
over copper .00005 min.
Wire Size Accommodated
9755-2026S-X(920)
16
10SL, 12S, 14S, 16S only
9745-2026S-X(920)
16
18 thru 36
9745-2630P-X(920)
16
10SL thru 36
9755-2630S-X(920)
16
10SL, 12S, 14S, 16S only
9745-2630S-X(920)
16
18 thru 36
5 - Gold plate .00003 min.
over nickel .00005 min
Example: 1216 will
accommodate size 12
through 16 AWG wire.
* NOTE:
The 10SL, 12S, 14S, 16S connectors
with socket contacts require short contact denoted by 9755-XXXX-XX part
number. See table on next page.
Mating End
P = Pin; S = Socket
97 Series Contact Code Table†
Wire Range**
Contact Code
Pin
Contact Code
Socket
Contact Code
Socket
1622
A
97-45-1622P-X(XXX)
B
97-55-1622S-X(XXX)
C
97-45-1622S-X(XXX)
1418
D
97-45-1418P-X(XXX)
E
97-55-1418S-X(XXX)
F
97-45-1418S-X(XXX)
2026
G
97-45-2026P-X(XXX)
H
97-55-2026S-X(XXX)
I
97-45-2026S-X(XXX)
2630
J
97-45-2630P-X(XXX)
K
97-55-2630S-X(XXX)
L
97-45-2030S-X(XXX)
1216
M
97-38-1216P-X(XXX)
O
97-38-1216S-X(XXX)
Codes in bold letters are most common
† See order information for bulk and reel contact deviation numbers.
** Wire range is size of wires contact will accommodate. For example:
wire range 1622 will accommodate size 16 through 22
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97 series crimp type
contact information and tools
Insert / Contact Where Used Tables
Insert
Arrangement
Contact
Quantity
Contact
Size
10SL-3
3
16
10SL-4
2
16
12S-3
2
16
Use Contacts with Code*
Use Contacts with Code*
Pin
Socket
Insert
Arrangement
Contact
Quantity
Contact
Size
A, D, G, J
B, E, H, K
18-20
5
16
A, D, G, J
B, E, H, K
20-4
4
12
M
O
A, D, G, J
B, E, H, K
20-7
8
16
A, D, G, J
C, F, I, L
Pin
Socket
A, D, G, J
C, F, I, L
14S-1
3
16
A, D, G, J
B, E, H, K
20-27
14
16
A, D, G, J
C, F, I, L
14S-2
4
16
A, D, G, J
B, E, H, K
20-29
17
16
A, D, G, J
C, F, I, L
14S-5
5
16
A, D, G, J
B, E, H, K
22-14
19
16
A, D, G, J
C, F, I, L
14S-7
3
16
A, D, G, J
B, E, H, K
24-2
7
12
M
O
16S-1
7
16
A, D, G, J
B, E, H, K
28-11
4
12
M
O
16S-8
5
16
A, D, G, J
B, E, H, K
18
16
A, D, G, J
C, F, I, L
18-1
10
16
A, D, G, J
C, F, I, L
28-12
26
16
A, D, G, J
C, F, I, L
18-4
4
16
A, D, G, J
C, F, I, L
28-20
10
12
M
O
18-11
5
12
M
O
4
16
A, D, G, J
C, F, I, L
18-12
6
16
A, D, G, J
C, F, I, L
28-21
37
16
A, D, G, J
C, F, I, L
18-19
10
16
A, D, G, J
C, F, I, L
32-414
52
16
A, D, G, J
C, F, I, L
36-10
48
16
A, D, G, J
C, F, I, L
* Codes in bold letters are most common. See Code Table on page 28.
Contact Termination Tools
Insertion / Extraction Tools
Contact Size
16
2CTV0WODGT
12
M81969/14-03 M81969/14-04
Crimping Tools
(Full Cycle Type)
Crimping Tool
Part Number
Contact Part Number
357-578
9738-1216X-X
thru
9755-1622X-X
357-579
9745-2026X-X
9745-2630X-X
9755-2026X-X
9755-2630X-X
Strip-Crimp Machines
For large production quantities consult Amphenol, Sidney, NY
for information on semi-automatic crimping equipment.
Wire Preparation
Strip wire to length shown in chart below. Do not cut or nick wire strands.
Twist wire strands back to their original lay.
Contact Size
Contact Part Number
Insulation O.D.
Stripping Length “A”
12
9738-1216X-X
.097 / .160
.200 – .240
16
97XX-1418X-X
.079 / .100
.170 – .190
16
97XX-1622X-X
.079 / .100
.140 – .160
16
97XX-2026X-X
.039 / .090
.140 – .160
16
97XX-2630X-X
.030 / .054
.140 – .160
Note: XX = 45 or 55 (38 = 12 size; 45, 55 = 16 size)
29
A
For further information on contact insertion/removal/
crimping for 97 Series Connectors, ask for L-1268
assembly instructions
97 series
special purpose connectors
Potting (438 Construction)
Potting constructions actually exceed the Type “E” requirements of
military specifications for moisture-proof connectors. These constructions replace the back shell completely with a lightweight
threaded retainer ring permanently staked to the shell.
To seal the back of the connector, potting compound is injected into
an expendable polyethylene potting form and allowed to cure or
set. When the form is removed, the resilient hemispherical shaped
insulation extends well into the connector. It forms a chemical bond
to the inner and outer walls of the plug, to the back of the insert,
around the soldered connections and well out along the leads.
Not only is the back shell eliminated, but also the cable clamp. The
solder joints are completely and individually protected by the resilient mass which surrounds them and resists transmittal of vibration
to the soldered connections. The completed assembly is not only
moisture-proof, but also pressurized and resistant to salt water, aircraft lubricating oil and jet fuels.
Expendable Potting Forms
For companies not using their own potting molds, expendable polyethylene forms can be provided. These expendable forms need no
treatment before use. Though designed to be discarded, they can
be left on assemblies after potting. Nylon potting forms to be left
permanently on the assembly are also available. These forms are
supplied with construction (824) and (871).
How to Order
To order connectors in constructions for potting, use the standard
MS nomenclature (MS3100A, MS3101A, and MS3106A constructions are available), but substitute “97” for “MS”, drop the “A” suffix
for type of back shell, and add the application deviation (XXX) as
shown on the chart. Example: 97-3106-28-16S (438).
Deviation
Explanation
Shell Styles
438
Modified “MS”, for potting where back shell is replaced
by threaded retainer ring. A type “W” washer is included
under 3106 coupling ring. (Boot is not included).
3100
3101
3106
3107
541
Consists of (438) construction with 9755-255-XX
expendable poly potting form, and type “W” washer.
Connectors are marked “97-310X-XX-XX(541).”
3100
3101
3106
3107
824
Consists of (438) construction plus nylon potting form
and type “W” washer; bagged, marked MS25183.
3106
826
Consists of (517) construction plus nylon potting form
and type “W” washer; marked MS25183A.
3106
871
Consists of (438) construction with 9755-271-XX nylon
potting form, and type “W” washer; bagged. Connectors
are marked “97-310X-XX-XX(871).”
30
3100
3101
3106
3107
97 series
special purpose connectors
Box Type Plugs
(97-5105 construction)
Mounts directly on box or housing. For direct
connection of two pieces of equipment without interconnecting wires. Available in all
sizes; male or female inserts. To order, complete part number (97-5105) by adding
proper insert number.
R
S
Connector
Size
K
Inch
Q
Z
Mounting
Holes
R
Example: 97-5105-28-20S. To prevent connector from rotating: Order deviation 205
(single stake, with swivel ring pinned) or 206
(double staking, with both swivel plate and
swivel ring pinned).
Example: 97-5105-28-20S (205) or 97-510528-20S (206).
S
L
mm
Inch
K
L
Q
mm
Inch
R
mm
S
Inch
mm
Inch
mm
Z
Mounting
Threads
8S
1/8
3.18
7/8
22.23 3/4
19.05
9/16
14.27
25/32
19.84
10S
1/8
3.18
7/8
22.23 7/8
22.23
9/16
14.27
25/32
19.84
4-36
4-36
12S
5/32
3.96
31/32
24.59 1
25.40
13/16
20.62
1-1/16
26.97
4-36
12
5/32
3.96
1-3/8
34.93 1
25.40
13/16
20.62
1-1/16
26.97
4-36
14S
5/32
3.96
31/32
24.59 1-1/8
28.56
13/16
20.62
1-1/16
26.97
4-36
14
5/32
3.96
1-3/8
34.93 1-1/8
28.56
13/16
20.62
1-1/16
26.97
4-36
16S
5/32
3.96
31/32
24.59 1-1/4
31.75
1
25.40
1-5/16
33.32
6-32
16
5/32
3.96
1-13/32 35.71 1-1/4
31.75
1
25.40
1-5/16
33.32
6-32
18
5/32
3.96
1-13/32 35.71 1-11/32 34.11
1
25.40
1-5/16
33.32
6-32
20
3/16
4.75
1-13/32 35.71 1-15/32 37.29
1-1/4
31.75
1-5/8
41.28
10-24
22
3/16
4.75
1-13/32 35.71 1-19/32 40.46
1-1/4
31.75
1-5/8
41.28
10-24
24
3/16
4.75
1-13/32 35.71 1-23/32 43.64
1-9/16
39.67
2
50.80
10-24
28
3/16
4.75
1-13/32 35.71 1-31/32 49.99
1-9/16
39.67
2
50.80
10-24
Small Flange Receptacle
Small flange, (115) construction, receptacles
are available in sizes 12S and 14S with pin
or socket inserts and in size 10SL with pin
contacts only.
To order, complete part number (97-3102)
by adding proper insert and construction
numbers; 97-3102A12S-4S (115).
L
S
R
M
N
R
A
K
Connector
Size
A
Coupling
Threads
K Ref.
10SL
5/8-24
5/64
1.98
61/64
24.21
9/16
14.27
12S
3/4-20
3/32
2.36
7/8
21.41
9/16
14.27
14S
7/8-20
3/32
2.36
7/8
21.41
9/16
14.27
23/32
Inch
L Max.
mm
Inch
M Ref.
mm
Inch
31
.120 DIA
N Ref.
mm
Inch
S
R Ref.
S Ref.
mm
Inch
mm
Inch
mm
5/8
15.88
.625
15.88
13/16
20.62
5/8
15.88
.664
16.87
7/8
22.23
18.24
.730
18.54
15/16
23.80
97 series
special purpose connectors
ECG Connectors
Special purpose connectors used for process control and medical instrumentation
applications.
1.187 SQ. REF
.906 SQ.
REF
7-8905
97-3102A14S-6S (639)
with insert rotated 30° off
normal position between
contacts “A” and “F”.
30° REF
.750
.563
.073
.937
REF
30° REF
7-8906
97-3106A14S-6P (639)
with insert rotated 30° off
normal position between
contacts “A” and “F”.
.906 REF
.811 REF
3/4-20 UNEF-2A
Thread
Convenience Outlets
Rated for duty at 15 amps. Provide 1000
VRMS dielectric withstanding voltage and
100 megohms insulation resistance. Will
withstand 1000 cycles of use.
7-8649
Convenience plug
1.594
REF
3.125
REF
7-8648
Convenience outlet
7-8648-5
Convenience outlet with
metal cap and chain
1.250 SQ.
REF
1.625 SQ.
REF
32
.719 REF
97 series accessories
cable clamps, bushing
Cable Clamp MS3057A Type
For jacketed cable or wires protected by tubing. Both clamping halves float for maximum
strain relief. For unjacketed cable or wires,
use corresponding MS3420 bushing. To order
clamp with bushing, add -1 to the 97-number.
Two telescoping bushings are furnished with
shells sizes 24 and larger.
This cable clamp is die-cast zinc alloy and limited to the following plating variations:
Std - olive drab/green chromate
(621) - black zinc alloy
(676) - bright nickel
(624) - green zinc alloy
(689) - electroless nickel
C
B
A
Amphenol
Part Number
Max. O.D. Cable
Shell Size
Inch
mm
A
B
Inch
mm
Inch
C
mm
Inch
mm
Threads
97-3057-1004
10SL, 12S
5/16
7.92
.795
20.19
.842
21.39
5/16
7.92
5/8-24
97-3057-1007
12SL, 14, 14S
7/16 11.10
.850
21.59
.995
25.27
7/16
11.10
3/4-20
97-3057-1008
16, 16S
9/16 14.27
.920
23.37
1.120
28.45
9/16
14.27
7/8-20
97-3057-1010
18
5/8
15.88
.920
23.37
1.216
30.89
5/8
15.88
1 -20
Bushing MS3420
97-3057-1012
20, 22
3/4
19.05
.927
23.55
1.403
35.64
3/4
19.05
1-3/16-18
Rubber bushing specifically designed for
MS3057A type cable clamp. Can also be
used as a reducing bushing.
97-3057-1016
24, 28
15/16 23.80
1.015
25.78
1.683
42.75 15/16
23.80
1-7/16-18
97-3057-1020
32
1-1/4
31.75
1.095
27.81
2.050
52.07 1-1/4
31.75
1-3/4-18
97-3057-1024
36
1-3/8
34.93
1.156
29.36
2.245
57.02 1-3/8
34.93
2 -18
Bushing Part Number
MS
D
1/16
1/64
C
B
F
E
A
Amphenol
A
B
C
D
Inch
mm
Inch
mm
Inch
mm
Inch
E
mm
F
Inch
mm
Inch
mm
3420-3
9779-513-3
.130
3.30
.210
5.33
.374
9.50 2.875 73.03
1/32
.79
1/32
.79
3420-4
9779-513-4
.220
5.59
.302
7.67
.500 12.70 2.750 69.85
1/32
.79
1/32
.79
3420-6
9779-513-6
.312
7.92
.427 10.85
.614 15.60 2.625 66.68
1/32
.79
1/16
1.57
3420-8
9779-513-8
.437 11.10
.552 14.02
.739 18.77 2.500 63.50
1/16
1.57
1/16
1.57
3420-10
9779-513-10
.562 14.27
.615 15.62
.889 22.58 2.375 60.33
1/16
1.57
1/16
1.57
3420-12
9779-513-12
.625 15.88
.740 18.80 1.084 27.53 2.250 57.15
1/16
1.57
1/16
1.57
3420-16
9779-513-16
.750 19.05
.927 23.55 1.309 26.39 2.125 53.98
1/16
1.57
1/16
1.57
1/32 Radius
3420-20
9779-513-20
.937 23.80 1.240 31.50 1.591 40.41 2.000 50.80
1/16
1.57
1/16
1.57
45°
3420-24
9779-513-24 1.250 31.75 1.365 34.67 1.842 46.79 1.875 47.63
1/16
1.57
1/16
1.57
Cable Clamp AN3057 Type
For jacketed cable or wires protected by tubing. Cable or wires
should be centered in jaws of clamp for maximum grip. A vinyl or
rubber bushing or sleeve may be used for centering. One resilient washer and two fiber washers are included with each clamp.
This cable clamp is die-cast zinc alloy and limited to the following
plating variations:
Std - olive drab/green chromate
(621) - black zinc alloy
(676) - bright nickel
(624) - green zinc alloy
(689) - electroless nickel
Fits
Shell Size
AN Number
Fits AN
Fitting Size
Max O.D. Cable
F
E
B
A
B
Inch
mm
Inch
mm
Inch
E
mm
Inch
A
F
mm
Inch
mm
Threads
Weight
Lbs. per 100
97-3057-3
8S, 10S
3
1/4
6.35
11/16
17.45
1
25.40
1/4
6.35
1/8
3.18
1/2-28
1.89
97-3057-4
10SL, 12S
4
5/16
7.92
25/32
19.84
1
25.40
5/16
7.92
3/16
4.75
5/8-24
2.12
97-3057-6
12SL, 14, 14S
6
7/16
11.10
15/16
23.80
1-5/64
27.38
7/16
11.10
3/16
4.75
3/4-20
2.94
97-3057-8
16, 16S
8
9/16
14.27
1-1/16
26.97
1-1/8
28.58
9/16
14.27
9/32
7.14
7/8-20
3.44
97-3057-10
18
10
5/8
15.88
1-3/16
30.15
1-1/8
28.58
5/8
15.88
5/16
7.92
1 -20
4.72
97-3057-12
20, 22
12
3/4
19.05
1-3/8
34.93
1-3/16
30.15
3/4
19.05
5/16
7.92
1-3/16-18
6.10
97-3057-16
24, 28
16
15/16
23.80
1-5/8
41.28
1-5/16
33.32
15/16
23.80
3/8
9.53
1-7/16-18
8.71
97-3057-20
32
20
1-1/4
31.75
1-15/16
49.20
1-1/2
38.10
1-1/4
31.75
1/2
12.70
1-3/4-18
14.85
97-3057-24
36
24
1-3/8
34.93
2-3/16
55.55
1-9/16
39.67
1-3/8
34.93
19/32
15.06
2 -18
18.15
97-3057-28
40
28
1-5/8
41.28
2-1/2
63.50
1-9/16
39.67
1-5/8
41.28
21/32
16.66
2-1/4-16
21.50
33
97 series accessories
cable clamps, cont.
Step-Down Clamp 97-3057
Similar to AN3057 clamp, except step-down
feature accommodates smaller cable.
F
This cable clamp is die-cast zinc alloy and
limited to the following plating variations:
Std - olive drab/green chromate
(621) - black zinc alloy
(676) - bright nickel
Amphenol
Part Number
Fits
Shell Size
Fits AN
Fitting Size
E
B
Max O.D. Cable
Inch
A
mm
B
Inch
mm
A
E
Inch
mm
F
Inch
mm
Inch
97-3057-10-6
18
10
1/2
12.70
1-13/16
30.15
1-1/8
28.58
7/16
11.10
3/16
4.75
97-3057-12-6
20, 22
12
1/2
12.70
1-3/8
34.93
1-3/16
30.15
7/16
11.10
3/16
4.75
9767 Water Resistant Cable Clamp
-20
3.94
1-3/16-18
1
4.40
1/2
MIN.
B
The 9767 assembly includes AN3057 clamp,
a rubber bushing, a washer and the AN3055
adapter. To assure best results, the plug
must be ordered with deviation (417), which
supplies a W washer on the shoulder of the
plug shell.
Weight
Lbs. per 100
Threads
mm
A
Rubber
Bushing
Max. O.D. Cable
Inch
mm
A
B
Amphenol
Part Number
Connector
Size
Inch
mm
Inch
mm
Weight
Lbs. per 100
Threads
7/32
5.55
9767-12-4
9767-14-4
9767-16-4
10SL, 12S, 12
12SL, 14S, 14
16S, 16
25/32
29/32
1-1/16
19.84
23.01
26.97
1-17/32
1-17/32
1-17/32
38.89
38.89
38.89
5/8-24
3/4-20
7/8-20
3.82
3.87
4.00
11/32
8.73
9767-14-6
9767-16-6
9767-18-6
12SL, 14S, 14
16S, 16
18
29/32
1-1/16
1-3/16
23.01
26.97
30.15
1-19/32
1-19/32
1-19/32
40.46
40.46
40.46
3/4-20
7/8-20
1
-20
5.54
5.84
5.94
7/16
11.12
9767-16-8
9767-18-8
9767-22-8
16S, 16
18
20, 22
1-1/16
1-3/16
1-3/8
26.97
30.15
34.93
1-19/32
1-19/32
1-19/32
40.46
40.46
40.46
7/8-20
1
-20
1-3/16-18
6.92
7.10
7.27
9/16
14.29
9767-18-10
9767-22-10
9767-28-10
18
20, 22
24, 28
1-3/16
1-3/8
1-5/8
30.15
34.93
41.28
1-19/32
1-19/32
1-17/32
40.46
40.46
38.89
1
-20
1-3/16-18
1-7/16-18
8.79
8.97
9.12
11/16
17.46
9767-22-12
9767-28-12
20, 22
24, 28
1-3/8
1-5/8
34.93
41.28
1-21/32
1-21/32
42.06
42.06
1-3/16-18
1-7/16-18
12.65
12.86
27/32
21.43
9767-28-16
9767-36-16
24, 28
36
1-5/8
2-3/16
41.28
55.56
1-25/32
1-31/32
45.24
50.00
1-7/16-18
2
-18
14.95
16.36
1-1/32
26.19
9767-32-20
32
1-15/16
49.20
1-31/32
50.00
1-3/4-18
22.27
Cable Clamp for AN fittings
Max. Cable O.D.
In selecting a cable clamp for a connection with
AN fittings, the 9767 clamp with the adapter
may be used.
Inch
B
1/2
MIN.
Rubber
Bushing
A
mm
Amphenol
Part Number
Fitting
Size
A
Inch
B
mm
Inch
mm
Threads
Weight
Lbs. per 100
7/32
5.54
9767-4
4
25/32
19.84
1
25.40
5/8-24
2.45
11/32
8.71
9767-6
6
29/32
23.01
1-5/64
27.38
3/4-20
3.94
7/16
11.10
9767-8
8
1-1/16
26.97
1-1/8
28.58
7/8-20
4.57
9/16
14.27
9767-10
10
1-3/16
30.15
1-1/8
28.58
-20
5.97
11/16
17.45
9767-12
12
1-3/8
34.93
1-3/16
30.15
1-3/16-18
7.85
27/32
21.41
9767-16
16
1-5/8
41.28
1-5/16
33.32
1-7/16-18
9.53
34
1
97 series accessories
metal protection caps
9760 Caps and Chain Assemblies
D
Fit MS and 97 type receptacles and plugs;
provide protection against live circuits and
keep out dirt and dust when connector is not
in use.
A
Thread
B*
Two styles are available: one with a stainless
steel link chain, and one with a beaded
chain. Both use the same caps and both
have a cadmium olive drab finish.
G
H
F DIA.
Caps for receptacles have internal threads
and are used on MS3102, MS3101, and
MS3100 receptacles. A soft rubber disc
seats on the connector shell, forming a
water-tight joint.
J DIA.
E
C
Caps for plugs have external threads for use
on all plugs where a coupling nut is provided
(MS3106 and MS3108).
L
A Thread
H
I DIA.
K DIA.
For Receptacles†
For Plugs†
B*
A
Threads
C
D*
E
Link Chain
Bead Chain
Link Chain
Bead Chain
For
Connector Size
9760-908
9760-8
9760-808
9760-8P
8S
9760-910
9760-10
9760-810
9760-10P
10S, 10SL
5/8-24
13/16
20.62
5/8
15.88
7/16
11.10
21/32
16.66
9760-912
9760-12
9760-812
9760-12P
12, 12S, 12SL
3/4-20
15/16
23.80
3/4
19.05
7/16
11.10
27/32
21.41
7/8
Inch
1/2-28
9760-914
9760-14
9760-814
9760-14P
14, 14S
9760-916
9760-16
9760-816
9760-16P
16, 16S
1
7/8-20
9760-918
9760-18
9760-818
9760-18P
18
9760-920
9760-20
9760-820
9760-20P
20
9760-922
9760-22
9760-822
9760-22P
9760-924
9760-24
9760-824
9760-928
9760-28
9760-828
5/8
mm
Inch
mm
Inch
mm
Inch
mm
15.88
1/2
12.70
7/16
11.10
21/32
16.66
1-1/16
26.97
22.23
7/16
11.10
27/32
21.41
1-1/8
28.58
1
25.40
7/16
11.10
27/32
21.41
1-1/8-18
1-5/16
33.32
1-1/8
28.58
7/16
11.10
27/32
21.41
1-1/4-18
1-7/16
36.50
1-1/4
31.75
7/16
11.10
27/32
21.41
22
1-3/8-18
1-9/16
39.67
1-3/8
34.93
7/16
11.10
27/32
21.41
9760-24P
24
1-1/2-18
1-11/16
42.85
1-1/2
38.10
7/16
11.10
27/32
21.41
9760-28P
28
1-3/4-18
1-59/64
48.79
1-3/4
44.45
1/2
12.70
27/32
21.41
-20
9760-932
9760-32
9760-832
9760-32P
32
2
-18
2-3/16
55.55
2
50.80
1/2
12.70
27/32
21.41
9760-936
9760-36
9760-836
9760-36P
36
2-1/4-16
2-7/16
61.90
2-1/4
57.15
1/2
12.70
27/32
21.41
For
Connector Size
F
H
± 1 Link
G
mm
Inch
I
J
K
L
Inch
mm
Inch
mm
Inch
mm
Inch
mm
Inch
mm
Inch
8S
.125
3.18
2-9/16
65.07
4.0
101.60
125
3.18
140
3.56
.156
3.96
2-9/16
65.07
mm
10S, 10SL
.125
3.18
2-9/16
65.07
4.0
101.60
.125
3.18
.140
3.56
.156
3.96
2-13/16
71.44
12, 12S, 12SL
.125
3.18
2-9/16
65.07
4.5
114.30
.125
3.18
.140
3.56
.156
3.96
3-13/16
96.84
14, 14S
.125
3.18
2-9/16
65.07
4.5
114.30
.125
3.18
.140
3.56
.156
3.96
3-13/16
96.84
16, 16S
.167
4.24
4-5/8
117.48
4.5
114.30
.167
4.24
.140
3.56
.156
3.96
4-5/8
117.48
18
.167
4.24
4-5/8
117.48
4.5
114.30
.167
4.24
.140
3.56
.156
3.96
4-5/8
117.48
20
.167
4.24
4-5/8
117.48
5.0
127.00
.167
4.24
.140
3.56
.187
4.75
4-5/8
117.48
22
.167
4.24
4-5/8
117.48
5.0
127.00
.167
4.24
.140
3.56
.187
4.75
4-5/8
117.48
24
.167
4.24
4-5/8
117.48
5.5
139.70
.167
4.24
.171
4.34
.187
4.75
4-5/8
117.48
28
.167
4.24
4-5/8
117.48
7.75
196.85
.167
4.24
.171
4.34
.187
4.75
4-5/8
117.48
32
.190
4.83
5-3/4
146.05
7.75
196.85
.260
6.60
.187
4.75
.218
5.54
5-3/4
146.05
36
.190
4.83
5-3/4
146.05
7.75
196.85
.260
6.60
.187
4.75
.218
5.54
5-3/4
146.05
* B dimension 1/16 inch less, and D dimension 1/64 inch less for screw
machine parts, sizes 8 thru 22.
† Caps less chains are available. To order, add G to the part number; for
example: 9760 8G
35
97 series accessories
polyethylene protection caps
97121 Polyethylene Protective Dust Caps
To order connectors complete with caps:
Expendable polyethylene dust caps provide added
protection for connectors during storage and handling,
in assembling with other equipment, and after complete assembly into a finished apparatus. Protective
caps cover threaded sections of plugs and receptacles, assure against damage to threads from any
cause; permit low-cost, attractive coverings which protect contacts and the insulation from dust, dirt and
handling damage.
When ordering new connectors, it is best to arrange to have the connectors
arrive at your plant with caps assembled. This will assure you of protection
against thread damage, dust and foreign matter in transit, in your stock and on
your assembly line until the connectors are finally mated. To order connectors
complete with protective caps assembled to both ends, specify (258) after the
connector number; for example:
MS3106A20-20P(258), or MS3102A20-20S(258).
To order caps separately:
Type 97121-4XXY -
For engagement with internal threads of coupling rings.
Example of complete part number: 97121-408Y
Type 97121-4XXR - For engagement with external threads for coupling and
fitting threads.
Example of complete part number: 97121-408R
For Type MS3100
Connector
Size
For Type MS3101
For Type MS3102
Mating
End
Termination
End
Mating
End
Termination
End
Mating
End
8S
–408R
–408R
–408R
–408R
–408R
10S
–410R
–408R
–410R
–408R
10SL
–410R
–410R
–410R
12S-12
–412R
–410R
–412R
14S-14
–414R
–412R
16S-16
–416R
18
–418R
20
For Type MS3106
Termination
End
Mating
End
–408Y
–408R
–408Y
–408R
–410R
–408R
–410Y
–408R
–410Y
–408R
–410R
–410R
–410R
–410Y
–410R
–410Y
–410R
–410R
–412R
–412Y
–410R
–412Y
–410R
–414R
–412R
–414R
–412R
–414Y
–412R
–414Y
–412R
–414R
–416R
–414R
–416R
–414R
–416Y
–414R
–416Y
–414R
–416R
–418R
–416R
–418R
–416R
–418Y
–416R
–418Y
–416R
–420R
–420Y
–420R
–420Y
–420R
–418R
–420Y
–420Y
–420Y
–420Y
22
–422R
–420Y
–422R
–420Y
–422R
–420R
–422Y
–420Y
–422Y
–420Y
24
–424R
–424Y
–424R
–424Y
–424R
–422R
–424Y
–424Y
–424Y
–424Y
28
–428R
–424Y
–428R
–424Y
–428R
–428Y
–424Y
–428Y
–424Y
32
–432R
–428R
–432R
–428R
–432R
–432Y
–428R
–432Y
–428R
36
–436R
–432R
–436R
–432R
–436R
–436Y
–432R
–436Y
–432R
40
–440R
–436R
–440R
–436R
–440R
–440Y
–436R
–440Y
–436R
36
Termination
End
For Type MS3108
Mating
End
Termination
End
97 series accessories
connector adapters
97-3055 Adapter
Used as reducing or extending
bushing.
Note: 97-3055 supersedes part
number AN-3055.
C Thread
B
M
Thread
A
Note: Knurl design is manufacturer’s
Conduit Size
AN Number
Inch
mm
1/4
6.35
97-3055-12-4
97-3055-14-4
3/8
9.53
1/2
A
Used on
Connector Size
B
C
Threads
M
Threads
Weight
Lbs. per 100
Inch
mm
Inch
mm
12S, 12
14S, 14
25/32
29/32
18.24
23.01
7/8
7/8
22.23
22.23
5/8-24
3/4-24
5/8-24
5/8-24
1.37
1.42
97-3055-14-6
97-3055-16-6
97-3055-18-6
14S, 14
16S, 16
18
29/32
1-1/16
1-3/16
23.01
26.97
30.15
7/8
7/8
7/8
22.23
22.23
22.23
3/4-20
7/8-20
1 -20
3/4-20
3/4-20
3/4-20
1.60
1.90
2.00
12.70
97-3055-16-8
97-3055-18-8
97-3055-22-8
16S, 16
18
20, 22
1-1/16
1-3/16
1-3/8
26.97
30.15
34.93
7/8
7/8
7/8
22.23
22.23
22.23
7/8-20
1 -20
1-3/16-18
7/8-20
7/8-20
7/8-20
2.35
2.53
2.70
5/8
17.88
97-3055-18-10
97-3055-22-10
97-3055-28-10
18
20, 22
24, 28
1-3/16
1-3/8
1-5/8
30.15
34.93
41.28
7/8
7/8
7/8
22.23
22.23
22.23
1 -20
1-3/16-18
1-7/16-18
3/4
19.05
97-3055-22-12
97-3055-28-12
20, 22
24, 28
1-3/8
1-5/8
34.93
41.28
7/8
7/8
22.23
22.23
1
25.40
97-3055-28-16
97-3055-32-16
97-3055-36-16
24, 28
32
36
1-5/8
1-15/16
2-3/16
41.28
49.20
55.55
7/8
15/16
1-1/16
22.23
23.80
26.97
97-3055-120 Adapter, Type II
97-3055-121 Adapter, Type I
-20
-20
-20
2.82
3.00
3.15
1-3/16-18
1-7/16-18
1-3/16-18
1-3/16-18
4.80
5.01
1-7/16-18
1-3/4-18
2 -18
1-7/16-18
1-7/16-18
1-7/16-18
5.42
5.60
5.73
Type I
1
1
1
Type II
C Thread
Used to terminate pipe threads.
C Thread
B
B
A
A
M
Thread
M Thread
Note: Knurl design is manufacturer’s option.
M
Thread Size
1/2 NPT
3/4 NPT
3/4 NPT
B Max.
Part Number
II
97-3055-120-18002
97-3055-120-22002
97-3055-120-28002
18,
20, 22
24, 28
1-3/16
1-3/8
1-5/8
30.15
34.93
41.28
1-1/8
1-1/8
1-1/8
22.23
22.23
22.23
1
-20
1-3/16-18
1-7/16-18
I
97-3055-121-18002
97-3055-121-22002
97-3055-121-28002
18,
20, 22
24, 28
1-3/16
1-3/8
1-5/8
30.15
34.93
41.28
1-1/8
1-1/8
1-1/8
22.23
22.23
22.23
1
-20
1-3/16-18
1-7/16-18
II
97-3055-120-28003
24-28
1-15/16
49.20
1-3/16
28.30
1-7/16-18
I
97-3055-121-28003
24-28
1-15/16
49.20
1-3/16
28.30
1-7/16-18
II
97-3055-120-32003
32
1-15/16
49.20
1-3/16
23.80
1-3/4-18
I
97-3055-121-32003
32
1-15/16
49.20
1-3/16
23.80
1-3/4-18
37
Shell Sizes
A Ref.
Type
Inch
mm
Inch
mm
C Thread
97 series accessories
conduit box connectors, conduit coupling nuts
97-3064 Conduit Box Connector
Used with AN3066 locknut to form termination at conduit boxes or panel. May be used with AN3057 clamp
to relieve strain on wiring cable terminals.
Note: 97-3064 supersedes AN3064.
B
F
P
A Thread
Max. Conduit Size
Use
Conduit Coupling
Lock Nut Size
Use
Conduit Coupling
Nut Size
B
A
Thread
F
P
Inch
mm
Part
Number
1/4
6.35
97-3064-4
97-3066-4
97-3054-4
5/8-24
5/8
19.05
3/8
9.53
97-3064-6
97-3066-6
97-3054-6
3/4-20
5/8
19.05
1/2
12.70
97-3064-8
97-3066-8
97-3054-8
7/8-20
11/16
22.23
5/8
17.88
97-3064-10
97-3066-10
97-3054-10
1 -20
11/16
22.23
3/16
4.75
1-1/4
31.75
3.94
3/4
19.05
97-3064-12
97-3054-12
97-3054-12
1-3/16-18
11/16
22.23
3/16
4.75
1-3/8
34.93
4.98
Inch
mm
Inch
mm
Weight
Lbs. per 100
13/16
20.62
1.75
15/16
23.80
2.18
26.97
3.15
mm
Inch
1/8
3.18
1/8
3.18
3/16
4.75
1-1/16
97-3054 Conduit Coupling Nut
Note: 97-3054 supersedes AN3054.
D
A Thread
C
Max. Conduit Size
Inch
Part
Number
mm
MS Connector
Size
AN Conduit
Fitting Size
3/8
9.53
97-3054-6
14, 14S
5/8
17.88
97-3054-10
18
10
3/4
19.05
97-3054-12
20, 22
12
1
25.40
97-3054-16
24, 28
16
B
B
A
Thread
6
Inch
3/4-20
C
mm
Inch
Inch
mm
Weight
Lbs. per 100
.583
14.81
21.41
7/16
11.10
.70
.833
21.16
1-1/8
28.58
7/16
11.10
1.31
1-3/16-18
.933
23.70
1-5/16
33.32
7/16
11.10
1.60
1-7/16-18
1.278
32.46
1-9/16
39.67
7/16
11.10
1.90
1
-20
27/32
D
mm
97-3066 Conduit Coupling Lock Nut
Note: 97-3066 supersedes AN3066.
A Thread
Conduit Size
Inch
mm
1/4
6.35
Part
Number
97-3066-4
A
Thread
5/8-24
F
P
Q
Inch
mm
Inch
mm
Inch
mm
Weight
Lbs. per 100
1/8
3.18
13/16
20.62
15/16
23.80
.36
3/8
9.53
97-3066-6
3/4-20
1/8
3.18
15/16
23.80
1-3/32
27.76
.41
1/2
12.70
97-3066-8
7/8-20
3/16
4.75
1-1/16
26.97
1-15/64
31.34
.72
5/8
15.88
97-3066-10
-20
3/16
4.75
1-1/4
31.75
1-7/16
34.21
.86
3/4
19.05
97-3066-12
1-3/16-18
3/16
4.75
1-3/8
34.93
1-19/32
40.46
1.01
1
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F
P
Q
97 series accessories
sealing gaskets
C
.031 ± .010
PLAIN
A
.020 ± .004
SHIELDING
A
D
4 HOLES
B
The Amphenol® plain flat gasket
of synthetic rubber material is
provided to take complete
advantage of waterproof and
pressure sealing features. It is
for use with the flange mounted
receptacle.
This flat gasket is provided to
give the maximum in connector
performance. Its special feature
is in providing the maximum
radio shielding under difficult
conditions of high receiver sensitivity and low signal strength
while retaining the sealing characteristics of the plain gasket.
This gasket is for use with the
flange mounting receptacle.
This gasket is provided for applications where the major requirement is resistance to the
injurious effects of extremely low
temperature. Even at temperatures as low as –67°F this gasket retains its resiliency and will
seal a pressure differential of 30
psi.
C
.031 ± .010 LOW
TEMPERATURE
Installation Dimensions
Order Data
Shell
Size
A
±.010
B
+.016
–.000
C
+.016
–.000
D
±.010
Plain
Shielding
Low
Temperature
8S
10S
10SL
12S
12
14S
14
16S
16
18
20
22
24
28
32
36
40
.594
.719
.719
.813
.813
.906
.906
.969
.969
1.063
1.156
1.250
1.375
1.563
1.750
1.938
2.188
.500
.625
.625
.750
.750
.875
.875
1.000
1.000
1.125
1.250
1.375
1.500
1.750
2.000
2.188
2.438
.875
1.000
1.000
1.094
1.094
1.188
1.188
1.281
1.281
1.375
1.500
1.625
1.750
2.000
2.250
2.500
2.750
.172
.172
.172
.172
.172
.172
.172
.172
.172
.203
.203
.203
.203
.203
.219
.219
.219
10-40450-8
10-40450-10
10-40450-10
10-40450-12
10-40450-12
10-40450-14
10-40450-14
10-40450-16
10-40450-16
10-40450-18
10-40450-20
10-40450-22
10-40450-24
10-40450-28
10-40450-32
10-40450-36
10-40450-40
10-40450-8S
10-40450-10S
10-40450-10S
10-40450-12S
10-40450-12S
10-40450-14S
10-40450-14S
10-40450-16S
10-40450-16S
10-40450-18S
10-40450-20S
10-40450-22S
10-40450-24S
10-40450-28S
10-40450-32S
10-40450-36S
10-40450-40S
10-36675-8
10-36675-10
10-36675-10
10-36675-12
10-36675-12
10-36675-14
10-36675-14
10-36675-16
10-36675-16
10-36675-18
10-36675-20
10-36675-22
10-36675-24
10-36675-28
10-36675-32
10-36675-36
10-36675-40
All dimensions for reference only.
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97 series accessories
dummy receptacles
97-181 Dummy Receptacle Shells
Same as MS receptacle less insert and contacts.
Used to anchor MS plugs when not in use.
A
E Dia.
B
C
D
F Thread
C
G
D
For
Connector
Size
G Mounting Flange Thickness
A
Amphenol
Part Number
B
C
D
E Dia.
F
Thread
Max.
Min.
Weight
Lbs. per
100
Inch
mm
Inch
mm
Inch
mm
Inch
mm
Inch
mm
Inch
mm
Inch
mm
10S
97-181-10S
.562
14.27
.375
9.53
.719
18.26
1.000
25.40
.120
3.05
5/8-24
.156
3.96
.078
1.98
1.10
12S
97-181-12S
.562
14.27
.375
9.53
.812
20.62
1.094
27.79
.120
3.05
3/4-20
.156
3.96
.078
1.98
1.73
14S
97-181-14S
.562
14.27
.375
9.53
.906
23.01
1.188
30.18
.120
3.05
7/8-20
.156
3.96
.078
1.98
2.00
16S
97-181-16S
.562
19.05
.375
9.53
.969
24.61
1.281
32.54
.120
3.05
1
-20
.156
3.96
.078
1.98
2.35
16
97-181-16
.750
19.05
.625
15.88
.969
24.61
1.281
32.54
.120
3.05
1
-20
.156
3.96
.078
1.98
3.10
18
97-181-18
.750
19.05
.625
15.88
1.062
26.97
1.375
34.93
.120
3.05
1-1/8-16
.203
5.16
.094
2.39
3.18
20
97-181-20
.750
19.05
.625
15.88
1.156
29.36
1.500
38.10
.120
3.05
1-1/4-18
.203
5.16
.094
2.39
3.80
22
97-181-22
.750
19.05
.625
15.88
1.250
31.75
1.625
41.28
.120
3.05
1-3/8-18
.203
5.16
.094
2.39
4.50
24
97-181-24
.812
20.62
.625
15.88
1.375
34.92
1.750
44.45
.147
3.73
1-1/2-18
.203
5.16
.094
2.39
5.00
28
97-181-28
.812
20.62
.625
15.88
1.562
39.67
2.000
50.80
.147
3.73
1-3/4-18
.203
5.16
.094
2.39
6.58
32
97-181-32
.875
22.23
.625
15.88
1.750
44.45
2.250
57.15
.173
4.39
.359
9.12
.125
3.18
9.75
40
2
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Additional Products
other MIL-5015 type connectors
from Amphenol
MS/Standard MIL-5015 Type Connectors
Amphenol has long been the accepted leader in providing MS/Standard
MIL-5015 type connectors. When a Mil-Spec 5015 connector is
required, these connectors provide well-proven electrical capability.
They are tested to strict adherence to military specifications, and they
are offered in a very broad range of product styles and options. Features
include:
• medium to heavy weight cylindrical with resilient inserts
• environmental resistant
• threaded couplings, single key/keyway shell polarization
• operating voltage to 3000 VAC (RMS) at sea level
• 5 shell styles, 19 shell sizes, 280 contact arrangements
• solder or crimp contacts (non-rear-release type),
sizes 16–0 accepting 22–0 AWG
• coaxial or thermocouple contact options
• alternate insert positioning
• hermetic configurations available
• zinc alloy plating (cadmium-free) available
Within the MS/Standard family there are five mil-spec classes to meet
different requirements:
A – Solid Shell – for general, non-environmental applications.
Amphenol® MS/Standard MIL-5015 Connectors
C – Pressurized – for use on pressurized bulkheads or pressure barriers; limits air leakage regardless of type and class of plug mated
with them.
E/F – Environmental Resisting with Strain Relief – designed for applications where the connector will be exposed to
moisture, vibration, and rapid changes in pressure and temperature.
R – Lightweight Environmental Resisting – shorter in length, lighter in weight than the E & F classes, the MS-R offers
a high degree of reliability under adverse conditions: recommended for new design applications.
See online (www.amphenol-industrial.com) or ask for Amphenol catalog 12-020 which gives detailed information on
this family of connectors.
Amphenol® Pre-Earth FMLB Connectors
Amphenol® Pre-Earth/First Mate Last Break Connectors are designed for
applications where a protective circuit from the ground contact to the shell
is a safety requirement. These connectors provide a path for any stray
voltage to be shunted to a safe ground avoiding harm to the operator and
the voltage sensitive equipment.
Features of Pre-Earth FMLB (DL Series) Connectors:
• MIL-5015 dimensions and performance where applicable.
• Conformity with European safety standards (DIN VDE 0627 and certified through TUV Product Service GMBH) in the approved insert
arrangement. Offered in shell styles: 3102A box mount, 3106A straight
plug, 3108A 90 degree plug.
• Intermateable with MS 5015 and 97 Series styles.
• Class IP67 protection in the mated condition.
• Main joint gasket between plug and receptacle shells provides
superior moisture sealing.
• Pre-earth (ground contact) design.
• First mate, last break capability.
• Standard plating is black zinc alloy. Green zinc plating is an option.
See online (www.amphenol-industrial.com) or ask for Amphenol Product
Data sheet #187 for detailed information on Pre-Earth FMLB Connectors.
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Amphenol® Pre-Earth FMLB
Connectors
Pre-Earth (ground) contact
mates first and provides safety
from voltage outputs protects operators and sensitive circuits.
Additional Products
other MIL-5015 type connectors
from Amphenol, cont.
ACA-B Reverse Bayonet Connectors with MIL-5015 Inserts
The ACA-B is designed for commercial and Industrial environments requiring a
rugged bayonet style connector for heavy duty power and signal applications.
A comprehensive selection of insert arrangements and accessory hardware
configurations are featured to accommodate heavy-duty, commercial wire and
cable. ACA-B is manufacture in accordance with MIL-5015 and VG95234.
Common applications include automation, machines toll, robotics, instrumentation,
process control, material handling, and test & measurements.
Features of the Amphenol ® ACA-B reverse bayonet coupling connectors with MIL5015 insert patterns:
• Quick positive coupling; Audible and tactile indication of full coupling
• Waterproof
• No lockwiring required
• High shock and vibration capabilities
• Inserts available in Neoprene material (alternate insert materials available upon
request)
• Operating temperature range with Neoprene inserts: -55°C to +125°C
• Available in both crimp and solder terminations
• Contacts available in gold and silver plating
• Numerous finishes available, Zinc alloy plating (cadmium free) available
• Rugged construction aluminum or stainless steel components
• Intermateable with existing VG95234 connectors
• 500 coupling minimum
See online (www.amphenol-industrial.com) or ask for Amphenol catalog 12-027,
ACA-B Reverse Bayonet Connectors.
Amphe-PowerTM 5015 Connectors
Amphenol offers the MIL-5015 connector family that can be enhanced
with high amperage RADSOK® contacts. They use the AC threaded shells
which are a MIL-5015 type.
Design characteristics of the Amphe-Power 5015 connectors are:
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
The RADSOK contact handles up to 150% higher amperages than standard
contacts
The RADSOK contact has a twisted hyperbolic, stamped grid configuration
within the socket. This design ensures a large, coaxial, face-to-face surface area
engagement. As male pin is inserted, axial members in the female half deflect,
imparting high current flow across the connection with minimal voltage loss.
Contact arrangements have RADSOK sockets in sizes 0, 4 and 8 with standard
contacts in sizes 16 and 12.
The contacts available in RADSOK and the amperages are as follows:
Size 8 AWG can handle currents up to 69 amps.
Size 4 AWG can handle currents up to 120 amps.
Size 0 AWG can handle currents up to 250 amps.
For availability of size 12 RADSOK that handles currents
up to 35 amps, consult Amphenol.)
•
AC threaded 5015 styles include: solid shell for general, nonenvironmental applications; pressurized style for use on
pressurized bulkheads or pressure barriers; environmental
resisting style with strain relief; lighter weight and shorter
environmental resisting style
See online (www.amphenol-industrial.com) or ask for Amphe-
nol brochure SL-391, Amphe-Power Connectors with RADSOK® technology.
The RADSOK design - socket
cylinder within female contact
has twisted hyperbolic grid.
Provides higher amperage capabilities with low insertion force
and low temperature rise.
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