Push-Pull connectors Introduction

Push-Pull connectors Introduction
Push-Pull connectors
Introduction
This catalog presents the push-pull connectors ranges for industrial applications.
These products are particularly suitable for high reliability and high quality applications where a simple yet fast method to
connect/disconnect is required. Also suitable for high endurance and ease of operation in very limited spaces. The aesthetics
of the product allows for perfect integration on front panel equipments.
SOURIAU offers 3 main series of metallic circular connectors :
• JBX series : basic push-pull series for signal transmission
• JKX series : environmental version of the JBX series sealed to IP68
• JAX series : complementary range including coaxial contact layouts.
Contents
Where and why push-pull................................................................................................3
Selection guide.................................................................................................................4
JBX series
• Main features - Part number system.................................................................................5
• Shell types and dimensions..........................................................................................6-8
• Keying..............................................................................................................................9
• Contact layouts.........................................................................................................10-12
• Options...........................................................................................................................13
• Technical characteristics................................................................................................14
• Wiring and assembly instructions..............................................................................15-19
JAX series
• Main features - Part number system...............................................................................20
• Shell types and dimensions............................................................................................21
• Contact layouts..............................................................................................................22
• Suffix for cable outside diameter - Options...................................................................23
• Technical characteristics................................................................................................24
• JAX camac series.....................................................................................................25-26
• Wiring and assembly instructions.............................................................................27-30
JKX series
• Main features - Part number system...............................................................................31
• Shell types and dimensions............................................................................................32
• Keying - contact layouts.................................................................................................33
• Options...........................................................................................................................34
• Technical characteristics................................................................................................35
• Wiring and assembly instructions..............................................................................36-39
JBX series-sealed version size 2
• Main features - Part number system...............................................................................40
• Shell types and dimensions............................................................................................41
• Keying - contact layouts.................................................................................................42
• Technical informations....................................................................................................43
Accessories - Piece parts.........................................................................................44-46
Toolings......................................................................................................................47-48
More about our know-how.............................................................................................49
Requirement form...........................................................................................................50
Conversion table.............................................................................................................51
All dimensions are in mm
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Push-Pull connectors
Where and Why
push-pull ?
Medical
● Extremely fast
and easy to use
● A thousand matings/
unmatings.
● Quality aesthetics for
more value added
on the equipment
● Space saving
Professional audio-video
Instrumentation
GPS
Telecommunications
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Selection Guide
Push-Pull
Unsealed
Sealed
Multipin
Coaxial
Multipin
Crimp or
PCB contacts
Solder
Not keyed
Keyed
Keyed
1 to 14
contacts
2 to 30
contacts
2 to 30
contacts
Solder,
crimp or PCB contacts
Keyed
Keyed
2 to 10 contacts
until 19 contacts
UL approved
JAX series
JBX series
JKX series
Sealed JBX size 2
Shell material
Brass
Brass
Brass
Brass
Insulator material
Tefzel for coaxial contact
Nylatron for multipin
layout
Fortron
Peek for layout with
contacts of 0.5 mm of Ø
Fortron
Peek for layout with
contacts of 0.5 mm of Ø
Fortron
Peek for layout with
contacts of 0.5 mm of Ø
Shielding
Shielded
(65 dB up to 100 MHz)
Shielded
(55 dB up to 100 MHz)
Shielded
(55 dB up to 100 MHz)
Shielded
(55 dB up to 100 MHz)
Endurance
> 1000 cycles
> 1000 cycles
> 1000 cycles
> 1000 cycles
Current rating
up to 30 A
up to 30 A
up to 15 A
up to 30 A
Temperature
range
- 40°C ; + 125°C
(- 40°F ; + 257°F)
- 50°C ; + 125°C
(- 58°F ; + 257°F)
- 50°C ; + 125°C
(- 58°F ; + 257°F)
- 40°C ; + 80°C
(- 40°F ; + 176°F)
Protection index
IP 40
IP 40
IP 68 when mated
IP 67
Specific version
JAX Camac connectors
(coaxial, size 00) (optional
sealed version : consult us)
Push-pull locking system
The locking of the plug into the receptacle
is achieved by a simple axial push on the
outer shell.
Connection cannot be broken by pulling
the cable or any other parts of the plug
than the outer shell.
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To unmate the plug from the receptacle,
just pull axially the outer shell.
JBX Series
Key features
JBX Series
• Mechanically keyed : ensures correct polarisation
and alignment.
• Contact layouts from 2 to 30 contacts.
• Wire gauges range from 30 AWG to 12 AWG.
• High contact density in a small space.
• Contact termination in either crimp, solder or PCB
contacts.
User advantages
Blister packaging
6-collet cluster
Removable contacts
Allows a wide range of cable diameter
applications for a single connector.
Reduces inventory variations
Available crimp versions allow easier
wiring and maintenance.
Part number system
JBX
Basic series
FD
1
G
05
M
Shell type
FD-FC-ER-EA-SR-PC-ED-EP-EZ
Shell size
00 - 0 - 1 - 2 - 3
Keying
G - J - A - B & customs are available
Contact layout
02 ---------- 30
Contact type
M : pin
Contact termination
C : crimp ; S : solder ; P* : straight PCB tails ; Q* : 90° PCB tails ;
W : 0.7 mm clipped solder
Material & surface plating
S : Outer shell in brass alloy with chrome over nickel
C
S
D
F : socket
N : Outer shell in brass alloy with black plating
D : Obligatory suffix
S : Insulator in PPS
P : insulator in PEEK
Options
M : Connector with backnut for protective boot - Protective boot to order separately page 13
R : Red dot (possible for FD, FC, PC, SR, ER, ED, EZ only)
* For receptacles with female contacts only
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S
M
JBX Series
Shell types
ER : fixed receptacle,front panel mounting, fixed
front flange
FN : straight plug with cable clamping & lanyard
EA : fixed receptacle, back or front panel mounting,
double nuts fixing (appropriate with 90° contacts
for PCB)
FD : straight plug with cable clamping
EP : fixed receptacle, back panel mounting, fixed rear
panel flange (appropriate with 90° contacts for
PCB)
ED : fixed receptacle, protruding shell, fixed front flange
SR : fixed receptacle with cable clamping, front panel
mounting, fixed front flange
FC : 90° elbow ºplug with cable clamping
PC : cable mounted receptacle
EZ : straight receptacle for PCB
SA : fixed receptacle with cable clamping, front or back
panel mounting
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JBX Series
Dimensions*
EA : Double nut receptacle*
Size
00
0
1
2
3*
Size
A
14
19
21
24
28
A
B
6
8
10
10
12
B
C
0.8
1.2
1.5
1.8
2.0
C
ØD
8
ØD
10
14
18
22
0
1
2
19
21
6.7
8.3
2.5
12
EP : Fixed receptacle,
back panel mounting
3*
Size
24
28
8
9.5
3.2
3.8
16
20
*Lock washer not available
*Lock washer not available
FD : Straight plug
ED : Protruding receptacle
JBX Series
ER : Fixed receptacle,
front panel mounting*
0
1
2
A
19
21
24
B
4.5
6
6.5
4.5
C
2.5
3.2
3.8
24
ØD
12
16
20
SR : Cable clamp receptacle*
Size
0
1
2
Size
0
1
2
3
A
19
21
24
A
38
43
50
59
4.5
6.3
B
8
10
10
12
1.2
1.5
1.8
C
1.2
1.5
1.8
2
10
14
18
ØD
10
14
18
22
Size
00
0
1
2
3
A
31
39
45
52
62
B
3
B
23
29
34
40
47
C
ØC
7
10
12
15
18
ØD
*Lock washer not available
FC : 90° elbow plug
PC : Cable mounted receptacle
Size
0
1
2
3
A
30.5
36.5
42.5
50.5
B
20.5
25.5
30.5
35.5
C
29.5
33.5
36.5
ØD
10
12
15
EZ : Receptacle for PCB
Size
0
1
10
19
4
12
21
4
7.62 sq.
1.1
7.62 sq.
1.1
Size
0
1
2
45
A
38
43
50
59
ØA
B
C
D
18
ØB
10
13
16
19.5
ØE
*All dimensions in mm.
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3
JBX Series
Dimensions
• Special custom shells
FN : Straight plug,
shell 0 with a lanyard
FM : 90° elbow plug,
shell 0 with a lanyard
FF : Straight plug,
with no latching, size 1
SA : fixed receptacle with cable clamping,
front or back panel mounting
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JBX Series
Keying
JBX Series
• Keying angles
JBX Series are mechanically keyed to ensure correct alignment of the inserts before the contacts mate.
«G» : standard keying
«J» : standard reverse gender keying ; plugs with socket contacts, receptacles with pin contacts.
*G & J are standard keying, but all keying configurations can use standard or reverse gender.
Key
J
G
Keying angle
0°
B
A
sizes 0 - 1
sizes 2 - 3
45°
37.5°
sizes 0 - 1
30°
60°
Plug
Receptacle
• Keyed shells availability
Shell size
Key
ER
00
G
●
G
J
A
B
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
G
J
A
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
1
G
J
A
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
2
3
G
●
●
0
EA
ED
EP
EZ
SR
PC
FD
FC
FM
FN
SA
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
● Available for JBX series, customs can be ordered contact Project Management.
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●
JBX Series
Contact layouts
• Multi contact inserts
Shell
size
00
Male
insulator
Contact
viewed from layout
wiring side
Contact types available
S
solder
C
crimp
P*
straight
Q*
90°
PCB tails
PCB tails
AWG
Solder
Crimp
wire
wire
Max.
Max.
Max.
current
rating
(A)*
0.5
30
-
2
1000
500/350
Ø
Contact
(Vrms)*
Working
voltage
(Vdc /
Vrms)*
Testing
voltage
04
S
02
S
C
P
Q
0.9
24
20
10
1400
660/460
03
S
C
P
Q
0.9
24
20
8
1300
600/420
04
S
C
P
Q
0.7
26
22
7
1400
660/460
05
S
C
P
Q
0.7
26
22
6.5
800
400/260
06
S
P
0.5
28
-
2.5
680
320/220
07
S
P
0.5
28
-
2.5
680
320/220
02
S
C
P
1.3
20
18
15
1600
760/530
03
S
C
P
Q
1.3
20
18
12
1300
600/420
04
S
C
P
Q
0.9
24
20
10
1900
900/630
05
S
C
P
Q
0.9
24
20
9
1400
660/460
06
S
C
P
Q
0.7
26
22
7
1400
660/460
07
S
C
P
Q
0.7
26
22
7
1400
660/460
08
S
C
P
Q
0.7
26
22
5
1200
600/420
10
S
0.5
28
-
2.5
600
300/200
0
1
Inserts with fixed contacts (non removable contacts).
* For receptacles with female contacts only.
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JBX Series
Contact layouts
Shell
size
Male
insulator
Contact
viewed from layout
wiring side
Contact types available
S
solder
C
crimp
P*
straight
Q*
90°
PCB tails
PCB tails
Ø
Contact
AWG
Solder
Crimp
wire
wire
Max.
Max.
Max.
current
rating
(A)*
(Vrms)*
Working
voltage
(Vdc /
Vrms)*
Testing
voltage
02
S
C
2
16
12
30
2100
1000/700
03
S
C
1.6
18
14
17
1700
830/560
04
S
C
P
Q
1.3
20
18
15
2400
1000/800
05
S
C
P
Q
1.3
20
18
14
1900
900/630
06
S
C
P
Q
1.3
20
18
12
1900
900/630
07
S
C
P
Q
1.3
20
18
11
1500
730/500
08
S
C
P
Q
0.9
24
20
10
1700
830/560
10
S
C
P
Q
0.9
24
20
8
1700
830/560
12
S
C
P
Q
0.7
26
22
7
1700
830/560
16
S
C
P
Q
0.7
26
22
6
1500
730/500
18
S
C
P
0.7
26
22
5.5
1400
660/460
19
S
C
P
0.7
26
22
5
1400
660/460
03
S
C
2
16
12
25
3600
1600/1200
04
S
C
2
16
12
25
2500
1100/830
2
3
Inserts with fixed contacts (non removable contacts).
* For receptacles with female contacts.
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JBX Series
• Multi contact inserts
JBX Series
Contact layouts
• Multi contact inserts
Shell
size
Male
insulator
Contact
viewed from layout
wiring side
side
Contact types available
S
solder
C
crimp
P*
straight
PCB tails
Q*
90°
PCB tails
Ø
Contact
AWG
Solder
Crimp
wire
wire
Max.
Max.
Max.
current
rating
(A)*
(Vrms)*
Working
voltage
(Vdc /
Vrms)*
Testing
voltage
07
S
C
1.6
18
14
15
2200
1000/730
10
S
C
1.3
20
18
12
1400
660/460
14
S
C
P
0.9
24
20
9
1700
830/560
18
S
C
P
0.9
24
20
7
1400
660/460
22
S
C
P
0.7
26
22
5.5
1200
560/400
30
S
C
P
26
26
3.5
800
400/260
3
0.7
Inserts with fixed contacts (non removable contacts).
* For receptacles with female contacts.
Note : Contacts are numbered counter clock wise in the plug and clock wise in the receptacle.
• Voltage Test Procedure
- The testing voltage corresponds to the maximum voltage the connector is able to withstand in normal climatic conditions.
The value is about 75% of the electrical breakdown voltage. The testing voltage level can be reached several times in
connectors life, but never applied for a continuous duration.
- The working voltage corresponds to the maximum voltage the connector is able to withstand continuously during its life
time, in real environmental conditions, even with high temperature. The value is around 1/3 of the testing voltage.
• Maximum current rating
- This indicated maximum current rating corresponds to the maximum current that can be continuously applied to the connector
mated pair, in normal climatic conditions.
Remark : If the current is applied on only one contact of the layout, then an increased current value can be achieved over a long
duration.
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JBX Series
Options
Part
number
Dimensions
Shell
size
ØA
Ø Câble
L
min
Max.
JBX 00 MPN
00
1.5
15
1
3.5
JBX 0 MP*
0
2.2
20
1.5
5.5
JBX 1 MP*
1
2.6
25
2
7.5
JBX 2 MP*
2
4
30
3.5
9.7
JBX 3 MP*
3
5
35
4.9
12
* Color code / In size 00, available only in black
Color code
Material :
Colors
ELASTOLLAN (PUR)
A
blue
B
white
G
grey
J
yellow
M
brown
N
black
R
red
V
green
O
orange
Working temperature :
- 40°C ; + 80°C
- 40°F ; + 176°F
With each JBX connector, one protective boot can accept multiple cable diameters thus the
end-user can use various cable diameters without the need of multiple part numbers.
• Receptacle caps : an effective protection against dust
Part number
Ø
JBX BR0
12 mm
JBX BR1
14 mm
JBX BR2
17 mm
JBX BR3
20 mm
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Parts that require a protective boot
need to be ordered with an M suffix,
see page 5. Protective boots are
ordered separately.
JBX Series
• Protective boot
JBX Series
Technical characteristics
• Material and treatment
169916
Standard
Component
Surface treatment (µm)
Material
ISO
ASTM
Cr
Ni
Au
Outer shell and collet nut
Brass
CuZn40Pb3
C38500/C3600
0.1 - 0.6
5-8
-
Latching sleeve & metal collet
Brass
CuZn40Pb3
C38500/C3600
-
5-8
-
Shielding ring
Brass
CuZn40Pb3
C38500/C3600
-
3-7
-
Nut
Brass
CuZn40Pb3
C38500/C3600
5-8
-
Half bushes
Brass
CuZn40Pb3
C38500/C3600
-
5-8
-
Socket contact (1)
Copper Nickel-
CuNi1Pb1P
CDA C 19150
-
3-5
0.5
Pin contact (1)
Brass
CuZn35Pb2
C35300/C3600
-
3-5
0.5
Clip
Beryllium copper
CuBe1,9
C17200
-
-
-
(1) Gold thickness as per MIL-G-45204C type 1, class 00.
Component
Insert
Plastic collet
Material
Color
Working Temperature
or PEEK + 15%GF
black
brown
- 65°C + 200°C
- 50°C + 250°C
- 85°F + 392°F
- 58°F + 482°F
PA 6/6 + MoS2
black
- 55°C + 125°C
- 67°F + 257°F
PPS + 40%GF
• Mechanical and climatics
Characteristics
Values
Standard
Method
Endurance
> 1000 cycles (except for 0.7 mm crimp contacts for which
endurance is limited to 500 cycles)
MIL-STD
1344A
2016.1
Shock
50 g, duration 6 ms ; contact Ø 0.7 mm and 0.9 mm
100 g, duration 6 ms ; contact Ø 1.3 mm - 1.6 mm and 2 mm
MIL-STD
1344A
2004.1
Vibrations
10 to 2000 Hz γ = 15 g, contact Ø 0.7 mm and 0.9 mm
γ = 20 g, contact Ø 1.3 mm - 1.6 mm and 2 mm
MIL-STD
1344A
2005.1
Protection index
IP 40
CEI 529
with plastic collets
}
- 55°C + 125°C
- 67°F + 257°F
with optional metal collets
}
- 55°C + 200°C
- 67°F + 392°F
Operating temperature
-
-
-
-
Gas
H2S : 100 ppb ± 20 ppb
SO2 : 500 ppb ± 100 ppb
IEC
68-2-60
test Ke
method 1
Radiation stability
108 Rad
-
-
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JBX Series
Wiring and assembly instructions
Size
00
0
1
2
3
ØA
7.1
9.1
12.1
15.1
18.1
B
6.4
8.3
10.6
13.6
16.6
• Removable contacts
Crimp contacts
Contact
Usable cables
Core section (mm2)
ØC
ØF
0.7
0.9
1.3
1.6
2.0
0.85
1.1
1.4
1.9
2.4
Solder contacts
min
0.129
0.205
0.326
0.823
1.309
Contact
Max.
0.326
0.518
0.823
2.081
3.309
AWG
22-24-26
20-22-24
18-20-22
14-16-18
12-14-16
Usable cables
Core section (mm2)
ØC
ØF
0.7
0.9
1.3
1.6
2
1.0
0.8
1.1
1.5
1.9
min
-
Max.
0.3
0.21
0.60
0.93
1.34
AWG
22.0
24
20
18
16
Max.
Contact Endurance
current resistance (number
rating (A)
(mΩ)
of cycles)
7
10
15
17
30
5
3.5
3
2.5
2.5
500 Max.
> 1000
> 1000
> 1000
> 1000
Max.
Contact Endurance
current resistance (number
rating (A)
(mΩ)
of cycles)
7.0
10
15
17
30
5.0
3.5
3
2.5
2.5
500 Max.
> 1000
> 1000
> 1000
> 1000
The conductor bucket on the solder contacts is designed with an angle to form a cup into which the solder can flow easily.
• Fixed contacts
Solder contacts
Contact
ØC
ØF
Shell
size
0.5
0.4
0.5
0.63
00
0-1
0-1-2-3
0.7
Usable cables
Core section
(mm2) Max. AWG
0.06
0.096
0.15
Contacts for PCB
Contacts for PCB
30
28
26
Max.
Contact Endurance
current resistance (number
rating (A)
(mΩ)
of cycles)
5
10
> 1000
7
5
> 1000
Contact length dimensions “L”
PCB tail length size 0
dimension “L” 5.5 mm
0.7 mm female PCB tail length size 0
dimension “L” 3.5 mm
0.7 mm female PCB tail length size 1
dimension “L” 4.0 mm
0.7 mm female PCB tail length size 2
dimension “L” 6.0 mm
0.7 mm female PCB tail length size 3
dimension “L” 6.0 mm
0.9 mm female PCB tail length size 0
dimension “L” 3.5 mm
0.9 mm female PCB tail length size 1
dimension “L” 4.0 mm
0.9 mm female PCB tail length size 2
dimension “L” 6.0 mm
4.3 mm female PCB tail length size 1
dimension “L” 4.0 mm, dimension “F” 0.7 mm
1.3 mm female PCB tail length size 2
dimension “L” 6.0 mm, dimension “F” 0.7 mm
1.3 mm female PCB tail length size 3
dimension “L” 6.0 mm, dimension “F” 0.7 mm
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JBX Series
• Panel cutout
JBX Series
Wiring and assembly instructions
• Cable stripping for connectors with crimp contacts
ØI : diameter over insulation
Shell size
0
Ø contacts
0.7
0.9
1.3
0.7
0.9
2
1.3
1.6
2.0
0.7
0.9
3
L
≤ 1.35
> 1.35
≤ 1.6
> 1.6
≤ 1.35
> 1.35
≤ 1.6
> 1.6
≤ 2.1
> 2.1
≤ 1.35
> 1.35
≤ 1.6
> 1.6
≤ 2.1
> 2.1
≤ 2.6
> 2.6
≤ 3.2
> 3.2
≤ 1.35
> 1.35
≤ 1.6
> 1.6
≤ 2.1
> 2.1
≤ 2.6
> 2.6
≤ 3.2
> 3.2
0.7
0.9
1
ØI
1.3
1.6
2.0
15
15
16
16
16
19
19
19
21
21
25
25
25
27
27
Stripping for FD, SR, PC
C
4
5.5
4
5.5
4
5.5
4
5.5
4
5.5
4
5.5
4
5.5
4
5.5
5.5
7
5.5
7
4
7
4
7
4
7
5.5
8.5
5.5
8.5
T
L
7
19
7
19
8
22
8
22
8
22
9
28
9
28
9
28
9
28
9
28
10
35
10
35
10
35
10
35
10
35
Stripping for FC
C
4
5.5
4
5.5
4
5.5
4
5.5
4
5.5
4
5.5
4
5.5
4
5.5
5.5
7
5.5
7
4
7
4
7
4
7
5.5
8.5
5.5
8.5
T
7
7
8
8
8
9
9
9
9
9
10
10
10
10
10
• Cable stripping for connectors with solder contacts
Shell size
Ø Contacts
00
0.5
0.5
0.7
0.9
0.5
0.7
0.9
1.3
0.7
0.9
1.3
1.6
2
0.7
0.9
1.3
1.6
2
0
1
2
3
L
9
11
12
12
12
13
13
13
16
16
16
18
18
20
20
20
22
22
Stripping for FD, SR, PC
S
2
2
3
3
2
3
3
3.5
3
3
3.5
4
4
3
3
3.5
4
4
16
T
4
7
7
7
8
8
8
8
9
9
9
9
9
10
10
10
10
10
L
/
16
16
16
19
19
19
19
25
25
25
25
25
30
30
30
30
30
Stripping for FC
S
/
2
3
3
2
3
3
3.5
3
3
3.5
4
4
3
3
3.5
4
4
T
/
7
7
7
8
8
8
8
9
9
9
9
9
10
10
10
10
10
JBX Series
JBX Series
Wiring and assembly
instructions :
STRAIGHT PLUG
• Connector preparation
1 - Select the proper collet. (see page 19)
2 - Slide the protective boot ➂ the backnut ➁ and
the collet ➀ over the cable. Strip end of cable
(see pg. 17).
3 - If a shielded cable is used fold the braid back
over the collet.
• Contacts wiring : crimp contacts
1 - Select the proper crimping tool and
locator. (see page 48)
2 - Adjust the crimping tool based on wire
size “AWG”. (See wire size and crimp
tool settings on the back of the locator)
3 - Crimp the contacts ➃ then insert the
contact into the insulator until the clip is
fully seated and cannot be removed.
• Contacts wiring : solder contacts
Fixed solder contacts 0.5 mm and 0.7 mm
Removable solder contacts from 0.9 mm to 2 mm
1 - Insert wire into solder cup and solder.
1 - Insert wire into solder cup and solder.
2 - Insert contact into the insulator until the clip is fully seated and cannot be removed.
• Connector assembly
1 - Position 2 half bushings ➅ on either side of the insulator.
2 - Confirm that the key on the insulator ➄ appears through the
window in the one half bushing.
Window
3 - Align the key slot on the collet with the keys on the half
bushings.
4 - Insure the cable shield is still folded back and under the collet.
5 - Insert the insulator subassembly ➀
connector housing ➆.
Flats B
➃ ➄ & ➅ into the
6 - Make sure the window on the half bushing ➅ is aligned with the key way on the connector housing ➆.
7 - Apply thread lock to back nut ➁.
8 - Attach the back nut to the connector housing ➆
9 - Use the correct size wrench, see page 19.
10 - Place the wrenches on the flats A and B. Tighten the back nut ➁ per the torque spec on page 19.
11 - Install the protective boot if applicable.
17
Flats A
JBX Series
Wiring and assembly
instructions :
90° ELBOW PLUG
• Connector preparation
1 - Select the proper collet (see page 19).
2 - Slide the protective boot ➃, the backnut ➂, the collet ➁ and the elbow
outlet ➀ over the cable. Strip end of cable (see pg. 17).
3 - If a shielded cable is used, fold the braid back over the collet ➁.
4 - Align the keys in the elbow outlet ➀ with the key slot in the collet.
5 - Apply thread lock to the backnut ➂.
Braid
6 - Install the back nut ➂ and tighten until it bottoms.
• Contacts wiring : crimp contacts
1 - Select the proper crimping tool and locator. (see page 48)
2 - Adjust the crimping tool based on wire size “AWG”. (See wire size and
crimp tool settings on the back of the locator)
3 - Crimp the contacts ➃ then insert the contact into the insulator until the
clip is fully seated and cannot be removed.
• Contacts wiring : solder contacts
Fixed solder contacts 0.5 mm and 0.7 mm
Removable solder contacts from 0.9 mm to 2 mm
1 - Insert wire into solder cup and solder.
1 - Insert wire into solder cup and solder.
2 - Insert contact into the insulator until the clip is fully seated and cannot be removed.
• Connector assembly : 90 degree plug
1 - Position the ring ➆ over the insulator.
2 - Align the key on the insulator ➄ with the key way
on the spacer ➇ and insert the insulator into the
spacer.
Milled flats A
3 - Insert the insulator sub-assembly into the connector
housing ➈ insuring the flats on the elbow outlet ➀
are facing the retaining nut ➉.
4 - Apply thread lock to retaining nut ➉.
5 - Tighten the retaining nut ➉ to the recommended
torque on page 19.
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JBX Series
Wiring and assembly instructions
4 or 6 collets per shell size are supplied to allow the use of a wide range of cable diameters for each connector. The cable
diameters given on this chart are the minimum and maximum diameters of cable jacket.
Cable diameter
Collet
number
Shell size 00
Shell size 0
Shell size 1
Shell size 2
Shell size 3
1
1.1 - 1.9
1.5 - 2.5
2.0 - 2.5
3.5 - 4.7
4.9 - 6
2
2 - 2.8
2.6 - 3.5
2.6 - 3.5
4.8 - 5.7
6.1 - 7.2
4
3
2.9 - 3.5
3.6 - 4.5
3.6 - 4.5
5.8 - 6.7
7.3 - 8.4
3
4
-
4.6 - 5.5
4.6 - 5.5
6.8 - 7.7
8.5 - 9.6
5
-
-
5.6 - 6.6
7.8 - 8.7
9.7 - 10.8
6
-
-
6.7 - 7.5
8.8 - 9.7
10.9 - 12.0
2 1
6
5
*Cable jacket must be inserted at least halfway through the collet.
Metal collets are available as an option in size 0, 1, 2, & 3.
• Coupling torques
Tools
(jaw dimensions)
Size
Metal collet available
for all sizes
7 x 0.5
9 x 0.6
12 x 1
15 x 1
18 x 1
Advised torques* in Nm
00
0
1
2
3
00
0
1
2
3
7
11
14
17
21
0.5
0.7
1.3
1.7
2
6
8
10
13
15
0.7
0.8
1
1.5
2
6
9
11
14
16
0.7
0.8
1
1.5
2
-
10
12
15
17
-
-
10
13
17
20
0.5
0.7
1.3
1.7
2
-
9
13
15
-
-
-
-
-
-
0.4 to 0.5
0.5 to 0.7
Discreet application
based on cable
diameter.
Torque values are the maximum allowable for each connector size.
Torque values will vary due to the type and size of the cable used
*Apply thread lock to back nut prior to assembly.
Note : All the tooling numbers refer to the drawings pages 7 and 8.
• Shielding
Shell size
Electrical continuity
(mΩ)
00
4.5
0
4
1
3
2
2.5
3
2.5
Tested according to MIL-STD 1344 A, method 3007
mV
G
A
19
JBX Series
• Collet selection according to cable diameters
JAX Series
Key features
• Hermaphroditic insert : prevents
mismatings.
• Multipin connectors : contact
layouts from 1 to 14.
• Wire gauges range from 26 AWG
to 16 AWG.
• High contact density in a small
space.
• Coaxial contacts : 50 Ω and 75 Ω
impedance.
User advantages
Large range of blind mate coaxial
connectors
Part number system
JAX
Basic series
Shell type
F - RA - PC
Shell size
00 - 0 - 1 - 2 - 3
Contact layout
- multi contacts : see designation table page 22
- coaxial : see designation table page 22
Suffix for cable outside diameter, see table page 23
B : obligatory suffix
20
F
2
M3
D080
B
JAX Series
Shell types
RA : fixed receptacle,
front panel mounting, nut fixing
F : straight plug
PC : free receptacle,
with cable clamping
Straight plug - ref. F
Size
00
0
1
2
3
A
25
34
43
51
61
ØB
6.5
9
12
15
18
ØC
3.2
4.2
6.2
8.2
11.2
Øc
2.2
2.2
2.2
4.2
4.2
D
17
24
32
39
46
Size
00
0
1
2
3
A
ØB
ØC
D
E
ØF
G
K
ØM
L
11
8
M7 x 0.5
1
6.5
7.1
3.5
9
6
6.4
13.3
10
M9 x 0.6
1.2
7
9.2
3.5
11
8
8.3
15
14
M12 x 1
1.5
8
12.2
3
14
10
10.6
16.5
18
M15 x 1
1.8
8
15.2
5
17
13
13.6
20.5
22
M18 x 1
2
11
18.2
4.5
21
16
16.6
Size
00
0
1
2
3
A
24
33
40
49
59
B
6.5
9
12
15
18
C
3.2
4.2
6.2
8.2
11.2
c
2.2
2.2
2.2
4.2
4.2
Round flange - ref. RA
In line plug - ref. PC
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JAX Series
Dimensions
JAX Series
Contact layouts
• Multi contacts inserts
Shell
size
Plug insulator viewed from wiring side
00
Contact
layout
Designation
1
UM (plug)
UF
1 x Ø 1.3
pin contact
3 x Ø 0.7
4 x Ø 0.7
pin contact
1
2 x Ø 1.3
3 x Ø 0.9
4 x Ø 0.9
6 x Ø 0.7
pin contact
2
2 x Ø 1.6
3 x Ø 1.6
4 x Ø 1.3
6 x Ø 1.3
pin contact
8 x Ø 0.9
10 x Ø 0.9
pin contact
3
4xØ2
Max
current
rating
(A)
Testing
voltage
(Vrms)
Working
voltage
(Vdc / Vrms)
1.3
8
900
400 / 300
(receptacle)
0
2 x Ø 0.9
Ø Contact
10 x Ø 1.3
14 x Ø 0.9
2
3
4
M2
M3
M4
0.9
0.7
0.7
10
7
7
1500
1050
1050
700 / 500
500 / 350
500 / 350
2
3
4
6
M2
M3
M4
M6
1.3
0.9
0.9
0.7
15
10
10
7
1200
1200
1200
1200
600 / 400
600 / 400
600 / 400
600 / 400
2
M2
1.6
20
1800
600 / 400
3
M3
1.6
15
1500
600 / 400
4
M4
1.3
15
1500
600 / 400
6
M6
1.3
12
1500
600 / 400
8
M8
0.9
9
750
800 / 600
10
M10
0.9
7
750
700 / 500
4
10
14
M4
M10
M14
2
1.3
0.9
18
9
7
1500
1050
1050
700 / 500
500 / 350
500 / 350
Testing
voltage
(Vrms)
Working
voltage
(Vdc / Vrms)
Designation to use in the part-number system, page 20
• Coaxial inserts
Shell
size
00
0
1
2
3
Insulator
Contact
impedance
(Ω)
Designation
Ø Contact
Max
current
rating
(A)
50
C50
0.7
5
1800
800 / 600
50
C50
1.3
10
2300
1100 / 780
50S
C50S
0.9
6
2300
1100 / 780
50
C50
1.6
12
2300
1100 / 780
75
C75
1.3
10
2900
1400 / 980
50
C50
2
15
2900
1400 / 980
75
C75
1.6
12
3900
1800 / 1300
50
C50
3
26
5700
2800 / 1900
75
C75
2
15
6300
3000 / 2100
Designation to use in the part-number system, page 20.
22
JAX Series
Shell size
00
0
1
2
3
Accomodation of cable diameter
Obligatory suffix
From 1.5 mm to 2.2 mm
D020
From 2 mm to 3.2 mm
D030
From 2 mm to 3.2 mm
D030
From 3 mm to 4.2 mm
D040
From 2 mm to 3.2 mm
D030
From 3 mm to 4.2 mm
D040
From 4 mm to 5.2 mm
D050
From 5 mm to 6.2 mm
D060
From 4 mm to 5.2 mm
D050
From 5 mm to 6.2 mm
D060
From 6 mm to 7.2 mm
D070
From 7 mm to 8.2 mm
D080
From 4 mm to 5.2 mm
D050
From 5 mm to 6.2 mm
D060
From 6 mm to 7.2 mm
D070
From 7 mm to 8.2 mm
D080
From 8 mm to 9.2 mm
D090
From 9 mm to 10.2 mm
D100
From 10 mm to 11.2 mm
D110
JAX Series
Suffix for cable outside diameter
Designation to use in the part number system, page 20
Options
• Caps
Part number
A
B
C
D
JAX RA 120
12
11
20
70
JAX RA 220
15
11
21
70
JAX RA 320
18
14
26
70
Material: Nickel-chromium brass. Neoprene seal.
23
JAX Series
Technical characteristics
• Material and treatment
Standard
Component
Surface treatment (µm)
Material
ISO
ASTM
Cr
Ni
Au
Outer shell and collet nut
Brass
CuZn40Pb3
C38500
0.1 - 0.6
5-8
-
Latching sleeve
Brass
CuZn40Pb3
C38500
-
5-8
-
Shielding ring
Brass
CuZn40Pb3
C38500
-
3-7
-
Nut
Brass
CuZn40Pb3
C38500
5-8
-
Half bushes
Brass
CuZn40Pb3
C38500
-
5-8
-
Socket contact (1)
Cupro-nickel
CuNi1Pb1P
-
-
3-5
0.5
Pin contact (1)
Brass
CuZn35Pb2
C35300
-
3-5
0.5
Material
Color
(1) Gold thickness as per MIL-G-45204C type 1, class 00.
Component
TEFZEL
(coaxial connector)
Temperature withstanding
White
- 70°C ; + 150°C
- 94°F ; + 302°F
Grey
- 40°C ; + 125°C
- 40°F ; + 257°F
Insert
Nylatron GS
(multipin connector)
• Mechanical and climatics
Characteristics
Values
Standard
Endurance
1000 cycles
Protection index
IP 40
Operating temperature
- 40°C ; + 125°C / - 40°F ; + 257°F
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CEI 529
JAX Camac Series
These 2 pages describe the JAX Camac series, size 00. These connectors are often used on jumpers for delay lines in Nuclear
Physics due to their size and simple handling in congested areas. For Nuclear Physics, our connectors meet the standard
NIM-CAMAC*. Moreover, JAX coaxial connectors are suitable for many other industrial and scientific applications such as
medical, microwave communications, pocket transmitters, input/output on electronic modules.
NIM-CAMAC* configuration (4 GHz - 50 Ω)
Dimensions and part-numbers
P/N : JAX F 00 C50 RG 174 US
Straight plug for RG174U cable
P/N : JAX 00 MDPN
Protective boot
P/N : JAX RA 00 C50S
Fixed front flange receptacle, solder contacts
Cable Ø =
min = 1
max = 3.8
Weight : 0.2 g
Temperature = - 40°C ; + 80°C
P/N : JAX RA 0018
RF screening cap
Ø8
L
Weight : 3.5 g
Weight : 2.5 g
Ø2.1 min
9 on flats
Weight : 1.5 g
Technical data
Specific characteristics
Endurance
Values
5000 cycles
Operating temperature
- 70°C ; + 200°C
- 94°F ; + 392°F
Plating on metal shell
Ni = 3 - 7 µm
Insert
PTFE
25
JAX Series
* NIM-CAMAC : Nuclear Instrumentation Module / Computer Automated Measurement and Control
JAX Camac Series
Delay lines
• Cable Nr 96-CEI-50-2-1 (RG 174U)
fitted with NIM-CAMAC connectors at both ends
L : Length which defines delay in ns of cable jumpers
P/N
Delay (ns)
Tolerance (%)
L*
JAX L 00 C50 C11 R005
0.5
5
100
JAX L 00 C50 C11 R010
1
5
200
JAX L 00 C50 C11 R020
2
2.5
400
JAX L 00 C50 C11 R030
3
1.7
600
JAX L 00 C50 C11 R040
4
1.3
800
JAX L 00 C50 C11 R050
5
1
1000
JAX L 00 C50 C11 R060
6
1
1200
JAX L 00 C50 C11 R080
8
1
1600
JAX L 00 C50 C11 R100
10
1
2000
JAX L 00 C50 C11 R160
16
0.6
3200
* Average length, for information only
• Crimping tool
P/N : JX2W1010A9
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JAX Series
Wiring and assembly instructions
• Panel cutout
Size
00
0
1
2
3
A
7.1
9.1
12.1
15.1
18.1
B
6.4
8.3
10.6
13.6
16.6
Ø Contact
Usable cables (AWG)
ØF
0.7
26
0.6
0.9
24
0.8
1.3
20
1.1
1.6
18
1.5
2.0
16
1.9
JAX Series
• Contacts
• Cable stripping for connectors with multi contacts (solder contacts)
Size
A
B
C*
0
9
4
7
1
12
4
8
2
17
4
9
3
19
4
10
* If shielded cable
• Cable stripping for connectors with coaxial contacts / single contacts
Size
A
B
C
00
15
4
15
0
15.5
4.5
6
1
18.5
6.5
6
2
25
7
7
3
23
7.5
10
27
JAX Series
Wiring and assembly instructions :
MULTIPIN PLUGS SIZES 0, 1, 2, 3
• Cable stripping : see page
27
• Connector preparation and contacts wiring
1 - Slide the backnut and the collet onto the
cable.
2 - Terminate the bucket contacts using
solder method.
• Connector assembly
3 - For shielded cable : pull back the collet
up to external sheath extremity.
4 - Comb out the screen and fold back over
the collet end.
5 - Position two half bushes on the insert,
taking care of a proper positioning of the
key.
6 - Slide in the insert assembly into the
plug (or the free receptacle) shell.
Note : the collet key may be properly set
into shells key ways.
7 - Install the backnut and screw it.
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JAX Series
Wiring and assembly instructions :
COAXIAL PLUGS
• Cable stripping : see page 27
• Connector assembly
1 - Slide the backnut and the collet onto the
cable.
2 - Position the intermediate cone in
abutment on external sheath extremity
3 - Brush back the screen around the cone
4 - Pull back the collet onto the cone
Note :
- Take care to align cone key inside the sub-assembly rear key way.
- The stripped core end may be visible inside pin contact front window.
Remark : For size 00, no cone existing : sub-assembly directly onto collet.
6 - Solder inner core thru the pin window
7 - Set in place the front insulator, taking
care of the key/keyway positioning
between the two half insert sub-assembly
8 - Slide in the insert assembly into the
plug (or free receptacle shells)
9 - Install the nut and screw it
Wiring and assembly instructions :
SINGLE PIN PLUGS
• Cable stripping : see page 27
• Connector assembly
Monolythic insert is directly soldered onto the inner core.
JAX Series
5 - Position the rear insulator sub-assembly
on the cone
JAX Camac Series
Wiring and assembly instructions :
Crimp contact (NIM-CAMAC configuration)
• Wiring preparation
1 - Slide the protective boot and the
crimping ferrule onto the cable
• Coaxial cable stripping
1 - Strip the coaxial cable according to the
lengths given on the drawing
• Contact crimping
Crimping
1 - Take the crimping tool P/N :
JX2 W 1010 A9
2 - Crimp the contact
• Connector assembly
1 - Position the crimp contact then engage
the insert cavity until it bottoms
2 - Fold the screen over the connector
outlet
3 - Position the ferrule on the screen then
crimp it
Crimping
4 - Slide the protective boot and then
position on the connector outershell
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JKX Series
Key features
• Sealed IP 68 (mated connectors)
• Mechanically keyed : ensures correct polarization
and alignment.
• Contact arrangements : from 2 to 10 contacts.
• Wire gauge range from 28 AWG to 14 AWG.
• High contact density in a small space.
• Contact termination in either crimp, solder or
PCB contacts.
Removable contacts
User advantages
Crimp versions allow easier wiring and
maintenance.
6-collet cluster
Temporary immersion IP 68
Allows a wide range of cable diameter
applications for a single connector.
Reduces inventory variations.
Part number system
FD
1
G
05
M
C
SDS
Shell configuration
FD - ER - EP - PC
Size
0-1
Keying
G
Contact layouts
02 ---------- 10 (see page 33)
Contact type
M : pin
Contact termination
C : crimp ; S : solder ; P* : straight PCB tails ; Q* : 90° PCB tails ; W : 0.7 mm clipped
solder
Material & surface plating
S : Outer shell in brass alloy with glossy chrome over nickel
N : Outer shell in brass alloy with black plating (consult us)
D : Obligatory suffix
F : socket (in relation with keying)
S : Insulator in PPS
P : Insulator in Peek (for Ø 0.5 mm contacts only)
Obligatory suffix for layouts including contacts of Ø 0.5 mm
Options
M
JKX Series
JKX
Basic series
M : Connector with backnut for protective boot (protective boot to order separately page 34)
G : Connector adapted to accomodate larger cables (Ø 4.5 to 6 in size 0 and Ø 6 to 8 in size 1)
R : Red dot (possible for FD, PC, ER only)
* For receptacles with female contacts only.
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JKX Series
Shell type
• Available JKX shells
• Dimensions
ER : Fixed receptacle, front panel mounting
FD : Straight plug with cable clamping
Size
A
B
C
ØD
Size
A
ØB
ØM
0
19.5
4.5
4
18
0
47
12
1.5 to 4.5
1
24.5
8.5
4.5
20
1
57
15
2 to 6
EP : Fixed receptacle, back panel mounting
Size
A
B
C
PC : Cable mounted receptacle
ØD
Size
A
ØB
ØC
_
_
2 to 6
0
19.5
4.5
3.2
18
0
_
1
24.5
6
4
20
1
60
16
Size
A
ØB
ØM
0
51
12
4.6 to 6
1
60
15
6 to 8
• Option G : to accomodate bigger cables
32
JKX Series
Keying
G keying is available in standard version (0°
keying angle, plugs with pin contacts,
receptacles with female contacts) for the 4
shell types. Reverse gender available in all
layouts.
Shell size
Key
ER
EP
PC
FD
0
G
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1
G
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● Concerning the availability of other alternatives, please consult our commercial office.
Contacts
• Multi contacts inserts
Shell
size
Male
insulator
Contact
viewed from layout
wiring side
Available Contact types
S
solder
C
crimp
P*
straight
Q*
90°
PCB tails
PCB tails
Ø
Contact
AWG
Solder
Crimp
wire
wire
Max.
Max.
Max.
current
rating
(A)
Testing
voltage
(Vrms)
Working
voltage
(Vdc /
Vrms)
02
S
C
P
Q
0.9
24
20
10
1400
660/460
03
S
C
P
Q
0.9
24
20
8
1300
600/420
04
S
C
P
Q
0.7
26
22
7
1400
660/460
05
S
C
P
Q
0.7
26
22
6.5
800
400/260
06
S
P
0.5
28
-
2.5
680
320/220
07
S
P
0.5
28
-
2.5
680
320/220
02
S
C
P
1.3
20
18
15
1600
760/530
03
S
C
P
Q
1.3
20
18
12
1300
600/420
04
S
C
P
Q
0.9
24
20
10
1900
900/630
05
S
C
P
Q
0.9
24
20
9
1400
660/460
06
S
C
P
Q
0.7
26
22
7
1400
660/460
07
S
C
P
Q
0.7
26
22
7
1400
660/460
08
S
C
P
Q
0.7
26
22
5
1200
600/420
10
S
0.5
28
-
2.5
600
300/200
1
P
Inserts with fixed contacts (non removable contacts)
* For receptacles with female contacts only
JKX Series
0
JKX Series
Options
• Protective boot
Protective boot can accept multiple cable diameters
Part
number
Shell
size
Dimensions
Shell size
Option
G
ØA
Ø Câble
L
min
Max.
JBX 0 MP*
0
-
2.2
20
1.5
5.5
JBX 1 MP*
1
0
2.6
25
2
7.5
JBX 2 MP*
-
1
4
30
3.5
9.7
* Color code
Color code
Colors
Material :
ELASTOLLAN (PUR)
A
blue
B
white
Working temperature :
G
grey
- 40°C ; + 80°C
J
yellow
- 40°F ; + 176°F
M
brown
N
black
R
red
V
green
O
orange
With each JKX connector, one protective boot can accept diverse cable diameters thus the end-user can manage various cable
diameters without bothering with multiple part numbers.
• Caps : an efficient protection until 2 bars
Part number
Ø
JKX BR0
15
JKX BR1
17
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JKX Series
Technical characteristics
• Material and treatment
Standard
Component
Surface treatment (µm)
Material
ISO
ASTM
Cr
Ni
Au
Outer shell and collet nut
Brass
CuZn40Pb3
C38500/C360
0.1 - 0.6
5-8
-
Latching sleeve & metal collet
Brass
CuZn40Pb3
C38500/C360
-
5-8
-
Shielding ring
Brass
CuZn40Pb3
C38500/C360
-
3-7
-
Nut
Brass
CuZn40Pb3
C38500/C360
5-8
-
Tapered washer and half bushes
Brass
CuZn40Pb3
C38500/C360
-
5-8
-
Socket contact (1)
Copper-nickel
CuNi1Pb1P
CDA C 19150
-
3-5
0.5
Pin contact (1)
Brass
CuZn35Pb2
C35300/C360
-
3-5
0.5
Clip
Beryllium copper
CuBe1,9
C17200/C360
-
-
-
(1) Gold thickness as per MIL-G-45204C type 1, class 00.
Material
Color
Temperature withstanding
or PEEK + 15%GF
black
brown
- 65°C + 200°C
- 50°C + 250°C
- 85°F + 392°F
- 58°F + 482°F
Plastic collet
PA 6/6 + MoS2
black
- 55°C + 125°C
- 67°F + 257°F
Cable seal
Silicon rubber
red
- 50°C + 250°C
- 58°F + 482°F
Insert
PPS + 40%GF
• Mechanical and climatics
Characteristics
Values
Standard
Method
Endurance
> 1000 cycles (except for 0.7 mm crimp contacts for which
endurance is limited to 500 cycles)
MIL-STD
1344A
2016.1
Shock
50 g, duration 6 ms ; contact Ø 0.7 mm and 0.9 mm
100 g, duration 6 ms ; contact Ø 1.3 mm - 1.6 mm and 2 mm
MIL-STD
1344A
2004.1
Vibrations
10 to 2000 Hz γ = 15 g, contact Ø 0.7 mm and 0.9 mm
γ = 20 g, contact Ø 1.3 mm - 1.6 mm and 2 mm
MIL-STD
1344A
2005.1
Protection index
IP 68 (watertight - 48 hours under 1 m of water)
CEI 529
with plastic collets
}
- 55°C + 125°C
- 67°F + 257°F
with optional metal collets
}
- 55°C + 200°C
- 67°F + 392°F
Operating temperature
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-
-
-
JKX Series
Component
JKX Series
Wiring and assembly instructions
• Panel cutout
+0.2
–0
A
B
ø+0.3
+0.1
Size
0
1
ØA
14.1
16.1
B
12.6
14.6
• Removable contacts
Crimp contacts
Contact
Usable cables
Core section (mm2)
ØC
ØF
0.7
AWG
Max.
Contact Endurance
current resistance (number
rating (A)
(mΩ)
of cycles)
min
Max.
0.85
0.129
0.326
22 - 24 - 26
7
5
500 Max.
0.9
1.1
0.205
0.518
20 - 22 - 24
10
3.5
> 1000
1.3
1.4
0.326
0.823
18 - 20 - 22
15
3
> 1000
Solder contacts
Contact
Usable cables
Core section (mm2)
ØC
ØF
0.7
0.9
1.3
1.0
0.8
1.1
min
-
Max.
0.3
0.21
0.60
AWG
22
24
20
Max.
Contact Endurance
current resistance (number
rating (A)
(mΩ)
of cycles)
7
10
15
5
3.5
3
500 Max.
> 1000
> 1000
The conductor bucket on the solder contacts is designed with an angle to form a cup into which the solder can flow easily.
• Fixed contacts
Solder contacts
Contact
Contacts for PCB
Usable cables
Core section
(mm2) Max. AWG
Max.
Contact Endurance
current resistance (number
rating (A)
(mΩ)
of cycles)
ØC
ØF
Shell
size
0.5
0.5
0-1
0.096
28
5
10
> 1000
0.7
0.63
0-1
0.15
26
7
5
> 1000
Contacts for PCB
Contact length dimensions “L”
PCB tail length size 0
dimension “L” 5.5 mm
0.7 mm female PCB tail length size 0
dimension “L” 3.5 mm
0.7 mm female PCB tail length size 1
dimension “L” 4.0 mm
0.9 mm female PCB tail length size 0
dimension “L” 3.5 mm
0.9 mm female PCB tail length size 1
dimension “L” 4.0 mm
1.3 mm female PCB tail length size 1
dimension “L” 4.0 mm, dimension “F” 0.7 mm
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JKX Series
Wiring and assembly instructions
• Cable stripping for connectors with crimp contacts
Shell size
Ø Contacts
≤ 1.6
15
> 1.6
ØI : diameter over insulation
≤ 1.35
0.7
1
15
> 1.35
0.9
17
> 1.35
≤ 1.6
0.9
17
> 1.6
≤ 2.1
1.3
Stripping for FD / PC
C
L
≤ 1.35
0.7
0
ØI
17
> 2.1
T
4
7
5.5
4
7
5.5
4
8
5.5
4
8
5.5
4
8
5.5
• Cable stripping for connectors with solder contacts
Shell size
Ø Contacts
0.5
0.7
0.9
0.5
0.7
0.9
1.3
0
1
L
11
12
12
13
14
14
14
Stripping for FD / PC
S
2
3
3
2
3
3
3.5
T
7
7
7
8
8
8
8
• Watertightness design (mated connectors)
Fixed receptacle
JKX Series
Straight plug
➀ : O’ring for sealing between receptacle and plug shell
➁ : O’ring for sealing between receptacle and panel
➂ : O’ring for sealing between plug body and backshell
➃ : seals to accomodate variety of cable diameters
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JKX Series
Wiring and assembly
instructions :
STRAIGHT PLUG
• Cable stripping : see page 37
• Connector preparation
1 - Select the proper collet
seal ➂ (see page 39).
➃ and the cable
2 - Slide protective boot ➅, the backnut ➄, the
collet ➃, the cable seal ➂, the outershell ➁
and the taper seat ➀ onto the cable. Strip end
of cable (see pg. 16)
• Contacts wiring : crimp contacts
1 - Select the proper crimping tool (see page 48)
2 - Adjust the crimping tool based on the wire
size “AWG”. (See wire size and crimp tool
settings on the back of this locator.)
3 - Crimp the contacts ➃ then insert the contact
into the insulator until the clip is fully seated
and cannot be removed.
• Contacts wiring : solder contacts
Fixed solder contacts 0.5 mm and 0.7 mm
Removable solder contacts from 0.9 mm to 1.3 mm
1 - Insert wire into solder cup and solder
1 - Insert wire into solder cup and solder
2 - Insert the contact into the insulator until the clip is fully seated and cannot be removed.
• Connector assembly
1 - In case of shielded cable, comb out the shield
and fold back over the tapper seat ➀.
2 - Position 2 half bushes ➈, making sure that the
insert key appears through the windows of one
bush.
3 - Position the taper seat ➀ on the half bushes ➈.
4 - Position all the sub-assembly in connector
housing ➉, making sure to keep the subassembly well aligned.
5 - Screw the outershell ➁ following the torque
values on page 39. Install the cable seal ➂ and
the collet ➃ into the outershell ➁ then screw
the backnut ➄ till bottoming. Use 2 wrenches
well positionned on the flats A and B. Place a
wrench to grip flats B, use the other wrench to
tighten the backnut at the flats A following the
torque values on page 39.
6 - Install the protective boot ➅ if applicable.
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JKX Series
Wiring and assembly instructions
• Collets selection according to cable diameters
3 or 5 collets per shell size allow a wide range of cable diameters for a single connector. Cable out diameters are for information
only, since values will change with each cable construction.
Collet number
2
1
2
3
4
5
1
4
6
3
5
Shell size 0
1.5 - 2.5
2.6 - 3.5
3.6 - 4.5
-
Cable diameter
Size 0, option G
Shell size 1
2 - 2.5
2.6 - 3.5
3.6 - 4.5
4.6 - 5.5
4.6 - 5.5
5.6 - 6
5.6 - 6
Size 1, option G
6.1 - 6.7
6.8 - 7.7
7.8 - 8
Collet number 4 in shell size 0 and collet number 6 in shell size 1 are not used.
• Cable seal selections according to cable size
Cable gland
ØA
2
3.5
2.5
4
5.5
7
ØA
Discreet application based on cable diameter
Shell size 0
1.5 - 2.9
3 - 4.5
Cable diameter
Size 0, option G
Shell size 1
Size 1, option G
2 - 3.4
3.5 - 4.9
5-6
4.6 - 4.9
5-6
6.1 - 6.4
6.5 - 8
• Shielding
Tested according to MIL-STD 1344 A, method 3007
Tools
1
3
0
(option G)
1
1
Size
(option G)
16 x 1
14 x 1
(jaw dimensions)
0
4
Tool dimensions
Advised torque* in Nm
mm
0
A
• Coupling torques
Size
Electrical
continuity (mΩ)
JKX Series
mV
G
Shell size
0
1.6
/
1.8
/
1.5
2
2
2.5
8
0.8
0.8
1
1
10
0
(option G)
1
17
19
*Apply thread lock to back nut prior to assembly.
39
13
10
11
Tool numbers can be found on page 32
Torque values are the maximum allowable for each connector size.
Torque values will vary due to the type and size of the cable used
1
(option G)
12
14
JBX Series
sealed version size 2
Key features
• Sealed IP 67 (mated connectors)(FE, EC, SE, & PC)
• Watertight receptacles IP68 (HC & HH)
• Mechanically keyed : ensure correct polarisation and
alignment.
• Contact arrangements : from 2 to 19 contacts.
• Wire gauge range from 26 AWG to 12 AWG.
• High contact density in a small space.
• Contact termination in either crimp, solder or PCB
contacts.
User advantages
6-collet cluster
Wet environment IP67
Removable contacts
(EC, FE, SE & PE)
Allows a wide range of cable diameter
applications for a single connector.
Reduces inventory variations.
Crimp versions allow easier wiring and
maintenance.
Part number system
JBX
Basic series
FE
2
G
12
M
Shell type
FE-HH-HC-EC-PE-SE
Shell size
2
Keying
G
Contact layouts
02 ---------- 19
Contact type
M : pin
Contact termination
C : crimp ; S : solder ; P* : straight PCB tails ; Q* : 90° PCB tails
Material & surface plating
S : Outer shell in brass alloy with chrome over nickel
N : Outer shell in brass alloy with black plating (consult us)
F : socket (in relation with keying)
D : Obligatory suffix
S : Obligatory suffix
Option
R : FE, PE, HH, & HC N/A for EC & SE
* For receptacles with female contacts only.
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C
S D S
R
JBX Series
sealed version size 2
Shell type
• Available sealed JBX, Size 2
EC : Double nut receptacle
HC : Fixed receptacle, back panel mounting
FE : Straight plug with cable clamping
PE : Cable mounted receptacle
SE : Fixed receptacle with cable clamping
• Dimensions
EC : Double nut receptacle. Sealed mated
IP67 not sealed unmated.
SE : Cable clamp receptacle, sealed
mated IP67, supplied with protective
boot.
PE : Cable mounted supplied with
protective boot sealed mated IP67.
HC : Fixed receptacle, back panel
mount. Sealed unmated IP68, not
available in crimp, 4-position minimum.
JBX Series
FE : Straight plug supplied with protective
boot, sealed mated IP67.
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JBX Series
sealed version size 2
Keying
Only G keying is available in standard version (0° keying angle, plugs with pin contacts, receptacles with female contacts) for
the different types of shells.
Contact layouts
• Multi contact inserts
Shell
size
Male
insulator
Contact
viewed from layout
wiring side
Available Contact types
S
solder
C
crimp
P*
straight
Q*
90°
PCB tails
PCB tails
Ø
Contact
AWG
Solder
Crimp
wire
wire
Max.
Max.
Max.
current
rating
(A)*
Testing
voltage
(Vrms)*
Working
voltage
(Vdc /
Vrms)*
02
S
C
2
16
12
30
2100
1000/700
03
S
C
1.6
18
14
17
1700
830/560
04
S
C
P
Q
1.3
20
18
15
2400
1000/800
05
S
C
P
Q
1.3
20
18
14
1900
900/630
06
S
C
P
Q
1.3
20
18
12
1900
900/630
07
S
C
P
Q
1.3
20
18
11
1500
730/500
08
S
C
P
Q
0.9
24
20
10
1700
830/560
10
S
C
P
Q
0.9
24
20
8
1700
830/560
12
S
C
P
Q
0.7
26
22
7
1700
830/560
16
S
C
P
Q
0.7
26
22
6
1500
730/500
18
S
C
P
0.7
26
22
5.5
1400
660/460
19
S
C
P
0.7
26
22
5
1400
660/460
2
Inserts with fixed contacts (non removable contacts).
* For EC and HC receptacles with female contacts only.
HH & HC fixed contacts only.
42
JBX Series
sealed version size 2
Technical characteristics
The technical characteristics are the same as for the standard JBX series except the following ones:
• Material - Specific additionnal elements
Component
Material
Color
Working temperature
Seals
Nitrile
O’ring seal = black
- 30°C ; + 250°C
- 58°F ; + 482°F
Protective boot
Elastollan (PUR)
Black
- 40°C ; + 80°C
- 40°F ; + 176°F
• Mechanical and climatics - Specific additional elements
Characteristics
Values
Protection index
Operating temperature
IP 67 (Splashproof - 1/2 hour under 1 m of water)
- 40°C ; + 80°C
- 40°F ; + 176°F
Options
• Cap: Part-number = JBX BR2 022 : an efficient
protection against water
Wiring and assembly instructions
• Panel cutout
The panel cutout is the same as for the JBX size 2 shells except for the HC.
• Operation to add during the plug assembly:
Deposit of watertight thread glue between the backnut (➁ on the drawing p17) and the connection shell (➆ on the drawing p17).
Advised glue = Loctite 542.
Sealed JBX
• Sealed Panel cutout
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Push-Pull connectors
Accessories JAX - JBX
• Insulating washer
2 washers
Nut
Part
number
Shell
size
ØA
B
L
M
N
T
E
JBX 00 RIN
00
10
8.8
1.8
1
0.8
8
4.4
JBX 0 RI*
0
12
10.8
1.8
1
0.8
9.9
6.4
JBX 1 RI*
1
16
13.8
1.8
1
0.8
12.2
8.4
JBX 2 RI*
2
21
17.8
2.2
1.2
0.8
16.2
8.2
JBX 3 RI*
3
25
21.8
2.2
1.2
0.8
20.2
10.1
* Washer colors as protective boots.
In size 00, available only in black.
Material : PA 6/6
Working temperature :
- 40°C ; + 125°C
- 40°F ; + 257°F
Receptacle
Using 2 washers for receptacle / panel insulating
Be careful : usable for the JAX and JBX series but not for sealed connectors (JKX and sealed JBX size 2).
• Grounding washer
Dimensions
Part
number
Shell
size
ØA
ØB
L
N
JAX RA 00 251
00
10
7.2
0.3
21.5
JAX RA 0 251
0
13
9.1
0.3
24
JAX RA 1 251
1
16
12.2
0.3
24
JAX RA 2 251
2
21
15.1
0.8
35
JAX RA 3 251
3
25
18.1
0.8
37
ØA
L
N
ØB
Material :
- Brass
- Nickel plated (3 µm)
Be careful : usable for the JAX and JBX series but not for sealed connectors (JKX and sealed JBX size 2).
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Push-Pull connectors
Accessories JAX-JBX
• Locking washer
Dimensions
Part
number
Shell
size
ØA
ØB
C
D
JAX RE 0
0
9.2
12.5
0.6
1
JAX RE 1
1
12.2
16
0.6
1
JBX RE 2
2
16
19.8
0.6
1
Piece parts JBX-JKX
• Crimp contacts
(if ordered separately)
Shell size
Ø contact
0
0.9
0.7
1.3
0.9
0.7
2
1.6
1.3
0.9
0.7
2
1.6
1.3
0.9
0.7
1
2
3
• Solder contacts
(if ordered separately)
Shell size
Ø contact
0
0.9
1.3
0.9
2
1.6
1.3
0.9
2
1.6
1.3
0.9
1
2
3
Part Number
Crimp pin
Crimp socket
JBX 0 CT MC 09
JBX 0 CT FC 09
JBX 0 CT MC 07
JBX 0 CT FC 07
JBX 1 CT MC 13
JBX 1 CT FC 13
JBX 1 CT MC 09
JBX 1 CT FC 09
JBX 1 CT MC 07
JBX 1 CT FC 07
JBX 2 CT MC 20
JBX 2 CT FC 20
JBX 2 CT MC 16
JBX 2 CT FC 16
JBX 2 CT MC 13
JBX 2 CT FC 13
JBX 2 CT MC 09
JBX 2 CT FC 09
JBX 2 CT MC 07
JBX 2 CT FC 07
JBX 3 CT MC 20
JBX 3 CT FC 20
JBX 3 CT MC 16
JBX 3 CT FC 16
JBX 3 CT MC 13
JBX 3 CT FC 13
JBX 3 CT MC 09
JBX 3 CT FC 09
JBX 3 CT MC 07
JBX 3 CT FC 07
Part Number
Solder pin
Solder socket
JBX 0 CT MS 09
JBX 0 CT FS 09
JBX 1 CT MS 13
JBX 1 CT FS 13
JBX 1 CT MS 09
JBX 1 CT FS 09
JBX 2 CT MS 20
JBX 2 CT FS 20
JBX 2 CT MS 16
JBX 2 CT FS 16
JBX 2 CT MS 13
JBX 2 CT FS 13
JBX 2 CT MS 09
JBX 2 CT FS 09
JBX 3 CT MS 20
JBX 3 CT FS 20
JBX 3 CT MS 16
JBX 3 CT FS 16
JBX 3 CT MS 13
JBX 3 CT FS 13
JBX 3 CT MS 09
JBX 3 CT FS 09
Solder contacts of 0.5 mm and 0.7 mm diameter not available separately
(always fixed into the insulator).
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Push-Pull connectors
Piece parts JBX-JKX
• Inserts for removable solder and crimp contacts
Shell size
0
1
2
3
Insert
02
03
04
05
02
03
04
05
06
07
08
02
03
04
05
06
07
08
10
12
16
18
19
03
04
07
10
14
18
22
30
(if ordered separately)
Insert Part Number
Pin contacts
Socket contacts
JBX 0 BI 02 MS
JBX 0 BI 02 FS
JBX 0 BI 03 MS
JBX 0 BI 03 FS
JBX 0 BI 04 MS
JBX 0 BI 04 FS
JBX 0 BI 05 MS
JBX 0 BI 05 FS
JBX 1 BI 02 MS
JBX 1 BI 02 FS
JBX 1 BI 03 MS
JBX 1 BI 03 FS
JBX 1 BI 04 MS
JBX 1 BI 04 FS
JBX 1 BI 05 MS
JBX 1 BI 05 FS
JBX 1 BI 06 MS
JBX 1 BI 06 FS
JBX 1 BI 07 MS
JBX 1 BI 07 FS
JBX 1 BI 08 MS
JBX 1 BI 08 FS
JBX 2 BI 02 MS
JBX 2 BI 02 FS
JBX 2 BI 03 MS
JBX 2 BI 03 FS
JBX 2 BI 04 MS
JBX 2 BI 04 FS
JBX 2 BI 05 MS
JBX 2 BI 05 FS
JBX 2 BI 06 MS
JBX 2 BI 06 FS
JBX 2 BI 07 MS
JBX 2 BI 07 FS
JBX 2 BI 08 MS
JBX 2 BI 08 FS
JBX 2 BI 10 MS
JBX 2 BI 10 FS
JBX 2 BI 12 MS
JBX 2 BI 12 FS
JBX 2 BI 16 MS
JBX 2 BI 16 FS
JBX 2 BI 18 MS
JBX 2 BI 18 FS
JBX 2 BI 19 MS
JBX 2 BI 19 FS
JBX 3 BI 03 MS
JBX 3 BI 03 FS
JBX 3 BI 04 MS
JBX 3 BI 04 FS
JBX 3 BI 07 MS
JBX 3 BI 07 FS
JBX 3 BI 10 MS
JBX 3 BI 10 FS
JBX 3 BI 14 MS
JBX 3 BI 14 FS
JBX 3 BI 18 MS
JBX 3 BI 18 FS
JBX 3 BI 22 MS
JBX 3 BI 22 FS
JBX 3 BI 30 MS
JBX 3 BI 30 FS
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Insert for pin contacts
Insert for socket contacts
Push-Pull connectors
• Inserts with fixed solder contacts
Shell size
Insert
00
04
04
05
06
07
07
08
10
12
16
18
19
22
30
0
1
2
3
(if ordered separately)
Insert Part Number
Pin contacts
Socket contacts
JBX 00 BI 04 MPS
JBX 0 BI 04 MSS
JBX 0 BI 05 MSS
JBX 0 BI 06 MPS
JBX 0 BI 07 MPS
JBX 1 BI 07 MSS
JBX 1 BI 08 MSS
JBX 1 BI 10 MPS
JBX 2 BI 12 MSS
JBX 2 BI 16 MSS
JBX 2 BI 18 MSS
JBX 2 BI 19 MSS
JBX 3 BI 22 MSS
JBX 3 BI 30 MSS
JBX 00 BI 04 FPS
JBX 0 BI 04 FSS
JBX 0 BI 05 FSS
JBX 0 BI 06 FPS
JBX 0 BI 07 FPS
JBX 1 BI 07 FSS
JBX 1 BI 08 FSS
JBX 1 BI 10 FPS
JBX 2 BI 12 FSS
JBX 2 BI 16 FSS
JBX 2 BI 18 FSS
JBX 2 BI 19 FSS
JBX 3 BI 22 FSS
JBX 3 BI 30 FSS
Insert for pin contacts
Insert for socket contacts
Toolings JBX - JKX
• Manual extraction tools
Contacts automatically extracted
The extraction tool is similar for both male and female contacts.
Shell size
Ø Contacts
0.7
0.9
0.7
0.9
0
1
2
3
The contact is automatically extracted without the need of pulling onto the cable.
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SOURIAU Part number ASTRO Part number
JBX OUT DC 07
ATJP 2045
JBX OUT DC 09
ATJP 2057
JBX OUT DC 07
ATJP2045
JBX OUT DC 09
ATJP 2057
1.3
0.7
0.9
1.3
1.6
2.0
0.7
JBX OUT DC 13
JBX OUT DC 07
JBX OUT DC 09
JBX OUT DC 13
JBX OUT DC 16
JBX OUT DC 20
JBX OUT DC 07
ATJP 2077
ATJP 2045
ATJP 2057
ATJP 2077
ATJP 2095
ATJP 2115
ATJP 2045
0.9
1.3
1.6
2.0
JBX OUT DC 09
JBX OUT DC 13
JBX OUT DC 16
JBX OUT DC 20
ATJP 2057
ATJP 2077
ATJP 2095
ATJP 2115
Push-Pull connectors
Toolings JBX - JKX
• Crimping tool
Specifications MIL-C-22520 / 7.01
MIL P/N - SOURIAU P/N
Supplier P/N
MIL-22520/7-01
Daniels : MH860
Buchanan : 616 336
MIL P/N - SOURIAU P/N
Supplier P/N
MIL-22520/1-01
Daniels : AF8
Buchanan : 615 708
Contacts 0.7 mm - 0.9 mm
and 1.3 mm
Specifications MIL-C-22520 / 1.01
Contacts 1.6 mm
and 2 mm
• Locator for pin and socket 0.7 - 0.9 mm and 1.3 mm contacts
Shell size
0
1
2
3
Ø contacts
AWG
0.7
0.9
0.7
0.9
1.3
0.7
0.9
1.3
0.7
0.9
1.3
22 - 24 - 26
20 - 22 - 24
22 - 24 - 26
20 - 22 - 24
18 - 20 - 22
22 - 24 - 26
20 - 22 - 24
18 - 20 - 22
22 - 24 - 26
20 - 22 - 24
18 - 20 - 22
Male contact
SOURIAU P/N DANIELS P/N
JBX 0 OUT LP07
86 - 223
JBX 0 OUT LP09
86 - 225
JBX 1 OUT LP07
86 - 196
JBX 1 OUT LP09
86 - 198
JBX 1 OUT LP13
86 - 200
JBX 2 OUT LP07
86 - 202
JBX 2 OUT LP09
86 - 204
JBX 2 OUT LP13
86 - 206
JBX 3 OUT LP07
86 - 217
JBX 3 OUT LP09
86 - 218
JBX 3 OUT LP13
86 - 219
ASTRO P/N
/
/
642 - 001
642 - 002
642 - 003
642 - 007
642 - 008
642 - 009
642 - 014
642 - 015
642 - 016
Female contact
SOURIAU P/N DANIELS P/N
JBX 0 OUT LS07
86 - 224
JBX 0 OUT LS09
86 - 226
JBX 1 OUT LS07
86 - 197
JBX 1 OUT LS09
86 - 199
JBX 1 OUT LS13
86 - 201
JBX 2 OUT LS07
86 - 203
JBX 2 OUT LS09
86 - 205
JBX 2 OUT LS13
86 - 207
JBX 3 OUT LS07
86 - 214
JBX 3 OUT LS09
86 - 215
JBX 3 OUT LS13
86 - 216
ASTRO P/N
/
/
642 - 004
642 - 005
642 - 006
642 - 010
642 - 011
642 - 012
642 - 017
642 - 018
642 - 019
• Turret with locator for pin and socket 1.6 mm and 2 mm contacts
Shell size
2
3
Ø contacts
AWG
1.6
2
1.6
2
14 - 16 - 18
12 - 14 - 16
14 - 16 - 18
12 - 14 - 16
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Male and female contacts
SOURIAU P/N DANIELS P/N ASTRO P/N
JBX 2 OUT LT16
TH 564
650 - 030
JBX 2 OUT LT20
TH 565
650 - 031
JBX 3 OUT LT16
TH 566
650 - 038
JBX 3 OUT LT20
TH 567
650 - 035
More about our know-how
Examples of custom designs derivated from standard connectors lines
• Watertight receptacles
• JBX series:
Custom watertight receptacles designed to customer requirements
• Black finish plating
• JBX and JKX series, black chrome plating
Applications: Military radiocommunication
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Push-Pull connectors
Request form please fill in and fax to SOURIAU - Customer service
(see the address page for your local contact)
Name : . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Tel number : . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Fax number : . . . . . . . . . . .
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Applications :
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Detailed description of end product, unit or application ……………………………………………………………………………
Connector description :
❏ Series : . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ❏ Shell configuration : . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
❏ Shell size : . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ❏ Protective boot : . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ❏ Color : . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
❏ Number of contacts : . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
❏ Type of contacts : ❏ Solder . . . . . . . . . . ❏ Crimp . . . . . ❏ Printed circuit . . . . . . . . . . ❏ 90° printed circuit
❏ Conductor AWG : . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ❏ Coax type : . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ❏ Other : . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Electrical :
❏ Working voltage (AC/DC) :. . . . . . . . . . . ❏ Current rating : . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
❏ Impedance (Ohms) : . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ❏ SWR : . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .❏ Frequency . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
❏ Contact resistance : . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ❏ Shielding : . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
❏ Fibre optics : ❏ Multimode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ❏ Monomode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Environment :
❏ Temperature : . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ❏ Protection index (IP -- ) : . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
❏ Outside environment :
❏ Clear . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ❏ Splash proof . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .❏ Sterilization . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
❏ Dirt . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ❏ Fluids . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .❏ Radiation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
❏ Chemicals . . . . . . . . . . . ❏ Waterproof . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .❏ Gases . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
❏ Salt waterspray . . . . . . .
Projections :
❏ Prototype quantity : . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ❏ Delivery date : . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
❏ Preseries quantity : . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ❏ Delivery date : . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
❏ Production quantity : . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ❏ Delivery date : . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
❏ Production per year :
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ❏ Number of years : . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
❏ Target pricing per connector : . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Push-Pull connectors
Conversion Table
• Millimeters / Inches
• °C/°F
(mm)
(inches)
(mm)
(inches)
(mm)
(inches)
(°C)
(°F)
0.1
0.2
0.3
0.4
0.5
0.6
0.7
0.8
0.9
1.0
1.1
1.2
1.3
1.4
1.5
1.6
1.7
1.8
1.9
2.0
2.1
2.2
2.3
2.4
2.5
2.6
2.7
2.8
2.9
3.0
3.1
3.2
3.3
3.4
3.5
3.6
3.7
3.8
3.9
4.0
4.1
4.2
4.3
4.4
4.5
4.6
4.7
4.8
4.9
5.0
5.2
5.4
5.6
5.8
6.0
6.2
6.4
6.6
6.8
7.0
7.2
7.4
7.6
7.8
8.0
0.00394
0.00788
0.01182
0.01576
0.01970
0.02364
0.02758
0.03152
0.03546
0.03940
0.04334
0.04728
0.05122
0.05516
0.05910
0.06304
0.06698
0.07092
0.07486
0.07880
0.08274
0.08668
0.09062
0.09456
0.09850
0.10244
0.10638
0.11032
0.11426
0.11820
0.12214
0.12608
0.13002
0.13396
0.13790
0.14184
0.14578
0.14972
0.15366
0.15760
0.16154
0.16548
0.16942
0.17336
0.17730
0.18124
0.18518
0.18912
0.19306
0.19700
0.20488
0.21276
0.22064
0.22852
0.23640
0.24428
0.25216
0.26004
0.26792
0.27580
0.28368
0.29156
0.29944
0.30732
0.31520
8.2
8.4
8.6
8.8
9.0
9.2
9.4
9.6
9.8
10.0
10.5
11.0
11.5
12.0
12.5
13.0
13.5
14.0
14.5
15.0
15.5
16.0
16.5
17.0
17.5
18.0
18.5
19.0
19.5
20.0
20.5
21.0
21.5
22.0
22.5
23.0
23.5
24.0
24.5
25.0
25.5
26.0
26.5
27.0
27.5
28.0
28.5
29.0
29.5
30.0
30.5
31.0
31.5
32.0
32.5
33.0
33.5
34.0
34.5
35.0
35.5
36.0
36.5
37.0
37.5
0.32308
0.33096
0.33884
0.34672
0.35460
0.36248
0.37036
0.37824
0.38612
0.39400
0.41370
0.43340
0.45310
0.47280
0.49250
0.51220
0.53190
0.55160
0.57130
0.59100
0.61070
0.63040
0.65010
0.66980
0.68950
0.70920
0.72890
0.74860
0.76830
0.78800
0.80770
0.82740
0.84710
0.86680
0.88650
0.90620
0.92590
0.94560
0.96530
0.98500
1.00470
1.02440
1.04410
1.06380
1.08350
1.10320
1.12290
1.14260
1.16230
1.18200
1.20170
1.22140
1.24110
1.26080
1.28050
1.30020
1.31990
1.33960
1.35930
1.37900
1.39870
1.41840
1.43810
1.45780
1.47750
38.0
38.5
39.0
39.5
40.0
40.5
41.0
41.5
42.0
42.5
43.0
43.5
44.0
44.5
45.0
45.5
46.0
46.5
47.0
47.5
48.0
48.5
49.0
49.5
50.0
51.0
52.0
53.0
54.0
55.0
56.0
57.0
58.0
59.0
60.0
61.0
62.0
63.0
64.0
65.0
66.0
67.0
68.0
69.0
70.0
71.0
72.0
73.0
74.0
75.0
80.0
85.0
90.0
100.0
200.0
400.0
600.0
800.0
1000.0
1200.0
1600.0
2000.0
3200.0
1.49720
1.51690
1.53660
1.55630
1.57600
1.59570
1.61540
1.63510
1.65480
1.67450
1.69420
1.71390
1.73360
1.75330
1.77300
1.79270
1.81240
1.83210
1.85180
1.87150
1.89120
1.91090
1.93060
1.95030
1.97000
2.00940
2.04880
2.08820
2.12760
2.16700
2.20640
2.24580
2.28520
2.32460
2.36400
2.40340
2.44280
2.48220
2.52160
2.56100
2.60040
2.63980
2.67920
2.71860
2.75800
2.79740
2.83680
2.87620
2.91560
2.95500
3.15200
3.34900
3.54600
3.94000
7.88000
15.76000
23.64000
31.52000
39.40000
47.28000
63.04000
78.80000
126.08000
- 70
- 65
- 55
- 50
- 40
0
37
80
125
150
170
200
250
- 94
- 85
- 67
- 58
- 40
32
98.6
176
257
302
338
392
482
• Pressure conversion
bar
10
5
2
1
0.5
0.1
psi
145.0
72.5
29.0
14.5
7.2
1.4
mmHg (torr)
7600
3800
1520
760
380
76
mbar
100
50
10
1.32
psi
1.4
0.72
0.14
0.019
torr (mmHg)
76
38
7.6
1
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