Instruction Sheet Shielding Hardware Enclosure

Instruction Sheet Shielding Hardware Enclosure
Instruction Sheet
Shielding Hardware Enclosure Kits with
AMPLIMITE* HDE- 20, HDP- 20, and HDP- 22
Crimp Snap- In Contact Connectors
408-- 9172
11 Mar 11 Rev C
Jackscrews
Shielding
Enclosure
Outer Shield
Hinge
Tabs
Connector
(Ref)
Straight or Stepped
Ferrule (Must be
Ordered Separately)
Inner Shield
SHIELDING HARDWARE ENCLOSURE KITS
CONTACT
POSITION
HDE-- 20 CONNECTOR
HDP-- 20 CONNECTOR
PLUG
RECEPTACLE
PLUG
9
1--747944--[ ]
1--747943--[ ]
15
1--747946--[ ]
25
HDP-- 22 CONNECTOR
RECEPTACLE
CONTACT
POSITION
PLUG
RECEPTACLE
1658655--1
1658654--1
15
1658678--1
1658688--1
1--747945--5
1658657--1
1658656--1
26
1658679--1
1658689--1
1--747948--[ ]
1--747947--[ ]
1658659--1
1658658--1
44
1658680--1
5748641--1
37
1--747950--[ ]
—
5747958--1
1658660--1
62
5748476--1
5748642--1
50
—
—
1658661--1
5747959--1
78
5748477--1
—
Figure 1
1. INTRODUCTION
This instruction sheet covers assembly procedures for
the shielding hardware enclosure kits with
AMPLIMITE HDE--20 IDC and HDP--20 and HDP--22
crimp snap--in contact connectors listed in Figure 1.
The kits are used to construct an RFI/EMI--shielded
connector assembly.
Read these instructions, and all referenced material,
before assembling the kits. Detailed operating
procedures are provided in the instructions packaged
with the crimping die assemblies and tooling.
NOTE
i
Dimensions on this sheet are in metric units [with
U.S. customary units in brackets]. Figures are not
drawn to scale.
Reasons for reissue of this instruction sheet are
provided in Section 6, REVISION SUMMARY.
2. DESCRIPTION (Figure 1)
Each kit includes an AMPLIMITE HDE--20, HDP--20,
or HDP--22 connector, an inner shield, an outer
shield, a shielding enclosure, and two jackscrews.
The enclosure, molded of black, flexible
thermoplastic, is designed to fit over a terminated,
shielded connector and provide a nonconductive,
protective cover for the assembly. The jackscrews are
used to secure the connector assembly to a
corresponding free--hanging or panel--mounted
connector. A shoulder on the jackscrew is a slightly
larger diameter than the jackscrew aperture on the
flange of the enclosure. This feature retains the
jackscrew in the shielding enclosure when the
connector is unmated.
The connector (plug or receptacle) features slots on
the rear of the metal shell, keyed to accept the
corresponding shield. The metal shields are designed
to hinge on the rear of the metal shell by inserting the
keyed shield into the corresponding slots.
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LOC B
408- 9172
CONTACT POSITION
HDE-- 20, HDP-- 20
HDP-- 22
FERRULEH
37, 50
15,
15 26,
26 44
62, 78
TOOLING
TOOLINGS
543424--3 (408--9507)
4.83--5.51 [.190--.217]
543424--2 (408--9507)
5.51--6.25 [.217--.246]
543424--8 (408--9507)
6.25--7.21 [.246--.284]
543424--1 (408--9507)
7.21--8.23 [.284--.324]
543424--7 (408--9507)
3--747579--4
8.23--9.52 [.324--.375]
543424--6 (408--9507)
2--747579--7
9.52--11.10 [.375--.437]
543424--5 (408--9507)
3--747579--6
10.16--11.68 [.400--.460]
543424--4 (408--9507)
2--747580--4
5.84--6.73 [.230--.265]
543425--2 (408--9508)
2--747580--3
8.58--9.78 [.338--.385]
543425--1 (408--9508)
2--747580--1
9.52--10.97 [.375--.432]
58238--1 (408--9243)
3--747580--1
10.72--12.45 [.422--.490]
58237--2 (408--9242)
2--747580--2
12.19--14.27 [.480--.562]
58237--1 (408--9242)
3 747579 2
3--747579--2
H Must be ordered separately from hardware enclosure kit.
Instruction material shown in parenthesis.
Hand Crimping
Tool 543344--1
(408--9315)
or
2700 lb
2700--lb
Pneumatic Power
Unit 312522--3
(409--5843)
fitted with
Die Holder
58449--1
(408--9721)
Figure 2
The two parts of the shield are designated as an inner
shield and an outer shield due to their mating
characteristics. The inner shield always hinges on the
shorter side of the keystone configuration of the back
face of the connector and the outer shield hinges on
the longer side. See Figure 1. The inner shield locks
into the outer shield with a pair of latching tabs after
the shields are mounted on the connector shell.
An appropriate ferrule, crimped with applicable
crimping dies and crimping tool, is used to secure the
shield assembly and cable. The larger diameter of the
stepped ferrules is designed to fit onto the braid crimp
area of all shield kits while the smaller diameter of the
ferrules is sized according to required cable
dimensions.
An expansion tool is also required for enclosure
installation. The tool is designed to expand the cable
exit of the enclosure. The tools feature a retractable
tip which is used to facilitate the insertion of the cable
through the cable exit of the enclosure and properly
orient the neck of the cable exit on the enclosure.
3. PREPARATION
The contacts accept solid or stranded wire with a wire
size (AWG) range of 20 through 30 on HDE--20, 18
through 28 on HDP--20, and 22 through 28 on
HDP--22.
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CRIMPING DIE
ASSEMBLYS
4.19--4.83 [.165--.190]
3--747579--0
9 15,
9,
15 25
CABLE DIAMETER
RANGE (mm [in.])
1. Obtain the shielding hardware enclosure kit and
ferrule of the type and size required for your cable
and application. See Figures 1 and 2.
2. Refer to Figure 3 and determine the appropriate
expansion tool. Insert the tool through the front of
the enclosure until the retractable tip is through the
cable exit of the enclosure.
Cable
Tool
Retractable
Tip
Barrel of
Tool
Expansion
Tool
Front of Shielding
Enclosure
MAXIMUM CABLE
DIAMETER (mm [in.])
EXPANSION TOOL KIT
8.38 [.330]
58241--4
11.43 [.450]
58241--1
14.52 [.572]
58241--2
Figure 3
Rev C
408- 9172
CAUTION
Shielding
Enclosure
!
The ferrule MUST be placed on the cable before
terminating the connector and installing the metal
shields. The metal shields cannot be crimped
onto the cable without using a ferrule.
7. Strip the jacket to dimension shown in Figure 4.
Then fold braid back over cable jacket. Trim off
exposed foil (if present), taking care not to cut
insulation of individual wires.
Ferrule
8. Terminate individual wires onto connector
contacts.
NOTE
Cable
Braid
For information regarding wire termination of
AMPLIMITE HDE--20 connectors, refer to
Instruction Sheet 408--6645; for HDP--20
connectors, refer to 408--7514; and for HDP--22
connectors, refer to 408--9381.
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Cable Jacket
Strip Length
Individual
Wires
Note: Not to Scale
CONNECTOR
CONTACT POSITION
CABLE JACKET
STRIP LENGTH
+1.27 [+.050] (mm [in.])
HDE-- 20, HDP-- 20
HDP-- 22
CABLE JACKET
STRIP LENGTH
+1.27 [+.050] (mm [in.])
9, 15, 25
15, 26, 44
33.02 [1.300]
37
62
43.18 [1.700]
50
78
40.64 [1.600]
Connector
(Ref)
Terminated
Strip Length
Wire
Bundle
Braid
Figure 4
3. Retract the tip of the tool and slide the end of
the cable into the barrel of the tool.
4. Maintain the position of the cable and withdraw
the tool, allowing the cable exit of the enclosure to
contract over the outer jacket of the cable.
5. Slide the enclosure further onto the cable
allowing at least 152 mm [6 in.] of the cable to
extend past the front of the enclosure.
CONNECTOR
TYPE
HDE 20
HDE--20
HDP--20
CAUTION
!
It is extremely important to properly assemble the
enclosure onto the cable before installing the
metal shields and BEFORE TERMINATING THE
CONNECTOR.
6. Slide the proper ferrule, smaller diameter end
first, onto the cable. See Figure 4.
Rev C
Ferrule
Cable
Jacket
HDP--22
Note: Not to Scale
CONTACT
POSITION
TERMINATED
STRIP LENGTH
+1.27 [+.050] (mm [in.])
9, 15, 25
33.02 [1.300]
37
38.10 [1.500]
9, 15, 25
33.02 [1.300]
37
40.64 [1.600]
50
38.10 [1.500]
15, 26, 44
33.02 [1.300]
62
40.64 [1.600]
78
38.10 [1.500]
Figure 5
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4. SHIELD ASSEMBLY PROCEDURE
1. Measure the terminated length of the assembly
as shown in Figure 5.
CAUTION
!
The length must be as indicated in Figure 5 and
must conform to the configuration as shown in
the illustration; otherwise, wires may be pinched
between the shields when they are closed. The
proper length and configuration may be achieved
by twisting (and thereby shortening) the wire
bundle after termination; however, make certain
that no undue stress is placed on the terminated
contacts during the procedure. The MAXIMUM
amount that the bundle may be twisted to
achieve the desired length is 90_.
Outer
Shield
Latching Tab
(Engaged)
Inner
Shield
Cable
Jacket
Ferrule
Braid Crimp
Area
Figure 7
2. Insert the hinge tabs of the inner shield into the
corresponding slots of the connector and rotate the
shield 90_ toward the cable. See Figure 6.
5. Fold the braid over the braid crimp area of the
mated shields. See Figure 7.
3. Insert the hinge tabs of the outer shield into the
corresponding slots of the connector. See Figure 6.
6. Slide ferrule forward until it is over the braid and
butted against the shield assembly.
Hinge
Tabs
Outer Shield
5. CRIMPING THE FERRULE
1. Refer to Figure 2 and determine the crimping
die assembly and tooling to be used for crimping
the ferrule.
2. Crimp the ferrule onto the shield assembly and
cable.
3. Examine the terminated assembly and measure
the terminated length according to Figure 8. If
necessary, trim excess cable braid from the braid
crimp area.
Connector
(Ref)
Inner Shield
Figure 6
4. Make sure that the inner shield is in its final
position and close the outer shield until it latches
onto the inner shield with the two latching tabs fully
engaged. See Figure 7.
CAUTION
!
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Take care not to pinch any individual wires
between the shields.
4. Place the connector face on a flat surface and
apply even pressure to the enclosure flanges until
the shielding enclosure is completely seated on the
connector assembly.
5. Push the threaded end of each jackscrew
through the apertures in the flanges of the
enclosure and then through the holes in the metal
flanges of the connector shell.
Figure 9 shows the terminated connector with
shielding enclosure and jackscrews installed.
Rev C
408- 9172
Terminated Length
Excess Cable
Braid Trimmed
CONNECTOR
TYPE
HDE 20
HDE--20
HDP--20
HDP--22
CONTACT
POSITION
TERMINATED LENGTH
+0.64 [+.025] (mm [in.])
9, 15, 25
38.61 [1.520]
37
47.42 [1.867]
9, 15, 25
38.99 [1.535]
37
48.06 [1.892]
50
47.42 [1.876]
15, 26, 44
38.99 [1.535]
62
48.06 [1.892]
78
47.42 [1.876]
Figure 8
Rev C
Crimped
Ferrule
Figure 9
6. REVISION SUMMARY
Revisions to this instruction sheet include:
S Updated document to corporate requirements.
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