datasheet for JBXEA1G05FQSDS by Souriau

datasheet for JBXEA1G05FQSDS by Souriau
JBX Series
Sealed
Sealed and
and Unsealed
Unsealed Push-Pull
Push-Pull Connectors
Connectors
JBX Series
Push-Pull Connectors
Introduction
This catalogue 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.
Contents
Where and why push-pull .....................................................................................................................................................................4
Selection guide.........................................................................................................................................................................................5
Push Pull Connectors
• Main features - Part number system .................................................................................................................................................6
• Shell types and dimensions ............................................................................................................................................................. 7-9
• Keying ...................................................................................................................................................................................................... 10
• Contact layouts ................................................................................................................................................................................ 11-13
• Options..................................................................................................................................................................................................... 14
• Technical characteristics..................................................................................................................................................................... 15
• Wiring and assembly instructions .............................................................................................................................................16-21
JBX Series
• Plug Assembly Instructions........................................................................................................................................................ 22-26
• Receptacle Assembly Instructions ...........................................................................................................................................27-30
Environmentally Sealed Push Pull Connectors
• Main features - Part number system .............................................................................................................................................. 31
• Shell types and dimensions .............................................................................................................................................................. 31
• Keying - contact layouts ............................................................................................................................................................. 32-33
• Technical characteristics/Options............................................................................................................................................ 34-35
• Wiring and assembly instructions ..................................................................................................................................................36Accessories - Piece parts ...........................................................................................................................................................38-39
Toolings ..............................................................................................................................................................................................40-41
Conversion table ................................................................................................................................................................................... 42
Request form .......................................................................................................................................................................................... 43
All dimensions are in mm
3
JBX Series
Push-Pull Connectors
Where and Why
push-pull ?
Medical
Extremely fast
and easy to use
A thousand matings /
unmatings
Professional audio video
Enhanced appearance
to add value to
equipment
Space saving
Instrumentation
GPS
Telecommunications
4
JBX Series
Push-Pull Connectors
Selection guide
Push-Pull
Unsealed
Sealed
Multipin
Multipin
Solder, Crimp or PCB Contacts
Solder, Crimp or PCB Contact
Keyed
2 to 30 contacts
Keyed
2 to 19 contacts
JBX Series
UL recognized
Sealed JBX Size2
Shell material
Brass
Brass
Insulator material
PEEK
PEEK
Shielding
Shielded
(55 dB up to 100 MHz)
Shielded
(55 dB up to 100 MHz)
Endurance
> 1 000 cycles
> 1 000 cycles
Current rating
up to 30 A
up to 30 A
Temperature range
-40°C; +125°C
(-58° F; + 257° F)
-40°C; +125°C
(-58° F; + 257° F)
Protection index
IP40
IP67
UL recognized
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.
5
To unmate the plug from the receptacle, just
pull axially the outer shell.
JBX Series
Push-Pull Connectors
Major features & beneits
Key features
• Mechanically keyed : ensures correct polari
sation 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,
PCB or right angle PCB contacts.
User advantages
Blister packaging
Removable contacts
Available crimp versions allow
easier wiring and maintenance
6-collet cluster
Allows a wide range of cable diameter
applications for a single connector.
Part number system
JBX
Basic series
FD
1
G
05
Shell type-Receptacle
Shell type - Plug
ER-EA-SR-PC-ED-EP-EZ-SA
FD-FC-FF-FM-FN
Shell size
00 - 0 - 1 - 2 - 3
Keying
G-J-A-B
Contact layout
02 ---------- 30
Contact type
M
Contact termination
C: crimp; S: solder; P*: straight PCB tails ; Q*: Right Angle PCB tails
Surface plating
S: Outer shell brass alloy chrome over nickel plating
: pin
F
M
C
S
: socket
N: Outer shell in brass alloy with black plating (consult SOURIAU USA)
Obligatory Sufix
D: For all part numbers
Contact Size
S: All contact diameters except .05 mm
Cable Backnut Option
M: Connector with backnut for protective boot - Protective boot to order separately page 13
Key Identiier
R: Red dot on shell for ED, ER, EZ, PC, SR, FC, FD, FF, FM & FN only
P: 0.5 mm contact dimensions only
* For receptacle with female contact only
6
D
S
M
R
JBX Series
Push-Pull Connectors
Shell types
ER:
Mount
ERFront
: Front
panelReceptacle
mount, fixed receptacle front flange
Straightplug
Plug
FDFD:
: Straight
EA:
or or
Rear
Doublewith
Nutdouble
Receptacle
EAFront
: Front
rearMount
panel mount
nuts
fixed receptacle
EP:
Receptacle
EP Rear
: fixedMount
receptacle,
back panel mounting, fixed rear
panel flange (appropriate with 90° contacts for PCB)
Rightangle
Angle
Plug
FCFC:
: Right
plug
ED:
Mount
EDFront
: Front
mountProtruding
protruding shell panel mount
receptacle
Straight
Plug
with
Lanyard
FNFN:
: Straight
plug
with
lanyard
SR:
Mount
SRFront
: Front
panelCable
mountReceptacle
cable receptacle. fixed
front flange
PCInline
: Inline
cableReceptacle
receptacle
PC:
Cable
FM:
Rightangle
Angleplug
Plug
with
Lanyard
FM
: Right
with
lanyard
EZ:
Straight
EZPCB
: PCB
straightReceptacle
receptacle
Straightplug,
Plugno
nolatch
Latch
FFFF:
: Straight
SA:
Receptacle
Double Nut
SAFront
: FrontororRear
rear Mount
mount Cable
cable receptacle
with
double nuts, panel mount
*Appropriate for right angle PCB contacts
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JBX Series
Push-Pull Connectors
Dimensions - receptacles
Size
00
0
A
14
B
6
C
ØD
EP: Rear Mount
EA: Double Nut
ER: Front Mount
1
2
3
Size
19
21
24
28
A
8
10
10
12
B
0.8
1.2
1.5
1.8
2.0
C
8
10
14
18
22
ØD
SA : Front or Rear Mount Double Nut
0
1
2
3
Size
19
21
6.7
8.3
24
28
8
9.5
2.5
12
3.2
3.8
16
20
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 : Front Mount Cable Receptacle
ED : Front Mount, Protruding
Size
0
1
2
3
Size
0
1
2
Size
0
1
2
3
A
38
43
50
59
A
19
21
24
A
38
43
50
59
B
-
-
6.5
-
B
3
4.5
6.3
B
8
10
10
12
C
2.5
3.2
3.8
-
C
1.2
1.5
1.8
C
1.2
1.5
1.8
2
ØD
12
16
20
24
ØD
10
14
18
ØD
10
14
18
22
PC : In Line Receptacle
EZ : PCB
Size
0
1
A
10
12
ØB
19
21
C
4
4
Size
0
1
2
3
A
38
43
50
59
D
7.62
7.62
ØB
10
13
16
19.5
ØE
1.1
1.1
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JBX Series
Push-Pull Connectors
Dimensions - plugs
FC : Straight Plug with Lanyard
FM : Right Angle with Lanyard
FF : Straight, no latch
Size
0
1
2
3
Size
0
1
2
3
Size
0
1
2
3
A
30.5
36.5
42.5
50.5
A
30.5
36.5
42.5
50.5
A
30.5
36.5
42.5
50.5
B
20.5
25.5
30.5
35.5
B
20.5
25.5
30.5
35.5
B
20.5
25.5
30.5
35.5
C
29.5
33.5
36.5
45
C
29.5
33.5
36.5
45
C
29.5
33.5
36.5
45
ØD
10
12
15
18
ØD
10
12
15
18
ØD
10
12
15
18
FN :
FC : Right Angle
FD : Straight
Size
00
0
1
2
3
Size
0
1
2
3
Size
00
0
1
2
3
A
31
39
45
52
62
A
30.5
36.5
42.5
50.5
A
31
39
45
52
62
B
23
29
34
40
47
B
23
29
34
40
47
ØC
7
10
12
15
18
ØC
8
1
13
16
19
B
20.5
25.5
30.5
35.5
C
29.5
33.5
36.5
45
ØD
10
12
15
18
Range of cable diameters
With the plastic collet set supplied with the standard product, a wide range of cable diameters is allowed. Find
below the maximum and the minimum for each size of shell (for information only because it can change with the
cable characteristics).
Size
00
0
1
2
3
Ø A min
1.1
1.5
2.0
3.5
4.9
Ø A max
3.5
5.5
7.5
9.7
12.0
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JBX Series
Push-Pull Connectors
Keying
Keying angles
JBX Series are mechanically keyed to ensure correct alignment of the inserts before the contacts mate.
«G» : normal inserts ; 0° keying angle, plugs with pin contacts, receptacles with socket contacts
Single key way
Dual key way
J
Key
G
Keying angle
Size 0-1
Size 2-3
45°
37.5°
0°
A
B*
30°
60°
Plug
Receptacle
Keying shells availability
Shell size
Key
ER
EA
00
G


0
G
J
A
B






1
G
J
A
B






G
J
A
B





G

2
3
O
O
O
O
O
O
ED
EP
EZ
SR
PC
FD
FC
SA
FN
FM









O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O





FF






O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O





O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O




O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O



 Available for JBX Series
O Contact Souriau for lead times
Contact SOURIAU for additional shell style conigurations
10
O



O
O

O
O
O
O
O


O
O
O



O
O
O
JBX Series
Push-Pull Connectors
Contact layouts
Shell size 00
Voltage Test Procedure
04
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.
Male insulator wire side
Solder
S
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.
Crimp
PCB straight tails
PCB right angles
Maximum current rating
Contact diameter mm
0.5
Solder Max. AWG
30
This indicated maximum current rating corresponds to the
maximum current that can be applied simultaneously on each
line of the connector mated pair, continuously during its life
time, in normal climatic conditions.
Crimp wire Max. AWG
Max current rating
2
Test voltage (Vrms)
1000
Working Voltage (Vdc/Vrms)
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.
500/350
Shell size 0
02
03
04
05
06
07
08
Solder
S
S
S**
S**
S**
S**
S**
Crimp
C
C
C
C
PCB straight tails*
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
PCB right angles*
Q
Q
Q
Q
Contact diameter mm
0.9
0.9
0.7
0.7
0.5
0.5
0.5
Solder Max. AWG
24
24
26
26
28
28
28
Crimp wire Max. AWG
20
20
22
22
Male insulator wire side
Max current rating
10
8
7
6.5
2.5
2.5
2
Test voltage (Vrms)
1400
1300
1350
800
680
680
680
600/460
600/420
600/4205
400/220
320/220
320/220
320/220
Working Voltage (Vdc/Vrms)
**Inserts with ixed non removable contacts-* For receptacles with female contacts. Note : Contact numbering mating faces receptacle view: counterclockwise from key at position 1 Contact numbering mating faces plug view: clockwise from key at position 1
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JBX Series
Push-Pull Connectors
Contact layouts
Shell size 1
02
03
04
05
06
07
08
10
12
S**
S**
P
P
Male insulator wire side
Solder
S
S
S
S
S**
S**
S**
Crimp
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
PCB straight tails*
P
PCB right angles*
P
P
P
P
P
P
Q
Q
Q
Q
Q
Q
Contact diameter mm
1.3
1.3
0.9
0.9
0.7
0.7
0.7
0.5
0.5
Solder Max. AWG
20
20
24
24
26
26
26
28
28
Crimp wire Max. AWG
18
18
20
20
22
22
22
Max current rating
15
12
10
9
7
7
5
2.5
2.5
Test voltage (Vrms)
Working Voltage (Vdc/Vrms)
1600
1300
1900
1400
1400
1400
1200
600
500
760/530
600/420
900/630
660/460
600/460
600/460
600/420
300/200
275/175
Shell size 2
02
03
04
05
06
07
08
Male insulator wire side
Solder
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
Crimp
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
XX
XX
P
P
P
P
P
Q
Q
Q
Q
Q
Contact diameter mm
1.3
1.3
1.3
1.3
1.3
1.3
0.9
Solder Max. AWG
16
18
20
20
20
20
24
Crimp wire Max. AWG
12
14
18
18
18
18
20
PCB straight tails*
PCB right angles*
Max current rating
30
17
15
14
12
11
10
Test voltage (Vrms)
2100
1700
2400
1900
1900
1500
1700
1000/700
830/560
1000/800
900/630
900/630
730/500
830/560
Working Voltage (Vdc/Vrms)
**Inserts with ixed non removable contacts
* For receptacles with female contacts. XX Contact SOURIAU
Note : Contact numbering mating faces receptacle view: counterclockwise from key at position 1
Contact numbering mating faces plug view: clockwise from key at position 1
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JBX Series
Push-Pull Connectors
Shell size 2
10
12
16
18
19
Solder
S
S**
S**
S**
S**
Crimp
C
C
C
C
C
PCB straight tails*
P
P
P
P
P
PCB right angles*
Q
Q
Q
Contact diameter mm
0.9
0.7
0.7
0.7
0.7
Solder Max. AWG
24
26
26
26
26
Crimp wire Max. AWG
20
22
22
22
22
8
7
6
5.5
5
Male insulator wire side
Max current rating
Test voltage (Vrms)
Working Voltage (Vdc/Vrms)
1700
1700
1500
1400
1400
830/560
830/560
730/500
660/460
660/460
Shell size 3
03
04
07
08
10
Solder
S**
S**
S
S
S
Crimp
C
C
C
C
C
XX
XX
XX
P
P
14
18
22
30
S
S
S**
S**
C
C
C
C
P
P
P
P
Male insulator wire side
PCB straight tails
PCB right angles
Contact diameter mm
2
2
1.6
1.3
1.3
0.9
0.9
0.7
0.7
Solder Max. AWG
16
16
16
20
20
24
24
26
26
Crimp wire Max. AWG
12
12
14
18
18
20
20
22
26
Max current rating
25
25
15
12
12
9
7
5.5
3.5
Test voltage (Vrms)
3600
2500
2200
2000
1400
1700
1400
1200
800
1600/1200
1100/830
1100/730
830/560
660/460
830/560
660/460
560/400
400/260
Working Voltage (Vdc/Vrms)
**Inserts with ixed non removable contacts
* For receptacles with female contacts. XX Contact SOURIAU
Note : Contact numbering mating faces receptacle view: counterclockwise from key at position 1
Contact numbering mating faces plug view: clockwise from key at position 1
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JBX Series
Push-Pull Connectors
Options
Protective boot
With each JBX connector, one protective boot can accept diverse cable
diameters thus the end-user can manage various cable diameters with one
SOURIAU part number.
Dimensions
Part
number
Shell
size
Ø Cable
ØA
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 - see chart below / in size 00 available only in black
Color Code
Colors
A
blue
B
white
G
grey
J
yellow
M
brown
N
black
R
red
V
green
O
orange
Material :
ELASTOLLAN (PUR)
Working temperature :
- 40°C ; + 80°C
- 40°F ; + 176°F
Parts that require a protective
boot need to be ordered with an
M sufix. Protective boots are
ordered separately.
Caps : an eficient protection against dust
Receptacle caps
Part number
Plug caps
Shell
size
Part number
Shell
size
JBX BF00
00
JBX BR0
0
JBX BF0
0
JBX BR1
1
JBX BF1
1
JBX BR2
2
JBX BF2
2
JBX BR3
3
JBXBF3
3
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JBX Series
Push-Pull Connectors
Technical characteristics
UL recognized - homologation ile E118235
Material and treatment
Component
Standard
Material
Surface treatment (µm)
ISO
ASTM
Cr
Ni
Au
Outer shell and collet nut
Brass
CuZn40Pb3
C38500/C360
0.1 - 0.6
5-8
-
Latching sleeve
Brass
CuZn40Pb3
C38500/C360
-
5-8
-
Shielding ring
Brass
CuZn40Pb3
C38500/C360
-
3-7
-
Nut
Brass
CuZn40Pb3
C38500/C360
5-8
-
Half bushes
Brass
CuZn40Pb3
C38500/C360
-
5-8
-
Socket contact (1)
Cupro-nickel
CuNi1Pb1P
CDAC19150
-
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
Component
Material
Color
Working temperature
Insert
PEEK +15% GF
brown
- 50°C + 250°C
- 58°F + 482°F
Collet
PA 6/6 + MoS2
black
- 55°C + 125°C
- 67°F + 257°F
Characteristics
Values
Mil Standard
Method
IEC Standard
Endurance
> 1000 cycles (except for 0.7 mm crimp contacts for
which endurance is limited to 500 cycles)
MIL-STD
1344A
2016.1
IEC60512-5-9a
Shock
50g, duration 6 ms: contact Ø 0.7 mm and 0.9mm
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 = 15g, contact Ø 0.7 mm and 0.9mm
γ = 20g, contact Ø 1.3 mm - 1.6 mm and 2mm
MIL-STD
1344A
2005.1
Protection Index
IP 40
with plastic collets
Operating
Temperature
with optional metal collets
IEC60529
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}
- 55°C + 125°C
- 67°F + 257°F
- 55°C + 200°C
- 67°F + 392°F
Only on request, consult SOURIAU
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JBX Series
Push-Pull Connectors
Wiring & assembly instructions
Panel cutout
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
Reliable design
• Conical entry with chamfered edge on the socket contact and smooth slope on
the pin contact ensure perfect concentric mating even whenhandled carelessly.
• The pressure spring of the socket contact maintains a constant force on the pin
contact when mated.
Crimp contacts
Contact
Solder contacts
ØC
ØF
0.7
0.9
1.3
1.6
2.0
0.85
1.1
1.4
1.9
2.4
Contact
ØC
ØF
0.7
0.9
1.3
1.6
2
0.7
0.8
1.1
1.5
1.9
Usable cables
Core section (mm²)
Min
Max.
0.129
0.205
0.326
0.823
1.309
0.326
0.518
0.823
2.081
3.309
22-24-26
20-22-24
18-20-22
14-16-18
12-14-16
Usable cables
Core section (mm²)
Min
Max.
-
0.30
0.21
0.60
0.93
1.34
AWG
AWG
26
24
20
18
16
Max.
current
rating (A)
Contact
resistance
(m?)
Endurance
(number
of cycles
7
10
15
17
30
5
3.5
3
2.5
2.5
500 Max.
> 1000
> 1000
> 1000
> 1000
Max.
current
rating (A)
Contact
resistance
(m?)
Endurance
(number
of cycles
7
10
15
17
30
5
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 low easily.
Fixed contacts
Solder contacts
Contact
ØC
0.5
0.7
ØF
Shell
size
0.4
0.5
0.63
00
0-1
0-1-2-3
Usable cables
Core section
AWG
(mm²)
0.06
30
0.096
28
0.15
26
Contacts for PCB
Contacts for PCB
PCB tail length size 0
0.7 mm female PCB tail length size 0
0.7 mm female PCB tail length size 1
0.7 mm female PCB tail length size 2
0.7 mm female PCB tail length size 3
0.9 mm female PCB tail length size 0
0.9 mm female PCB tail length size 1
0.9 mm female PCB tail length size 2
4.3 mm female PCB tail length size 1
4.3 mm female PCB tail length size 2
4.3 mm female PCB tail length size 3
16
Max.
current
rating (A)
Contact
resistance
(m?)
Endurance
(number
of cycles
5
10
> 1000
7
5
> 1000
Contact length dimensions “L”
dimension “L” 5.5 mm
dimension “L” 3.5 mm
dimension “L” 4.0 mm
dimension “L” 6.0 mm
dimension “L” 6.0 mm
dimension “L” 3.5 mm
dimension “L” 4.0 mm
dimension “L” 6.0 mm
dimension “L” 4.0 mm, dimension “F” 0.7 mm
dimension “L” 6.0 mm, dimension “F” 0.7 mm
dimension “L” 6.0 mm, dimension “F” 0.7 mm
JBX Series
Push-Pull Connectors
Cable stripping for connectors with crimp contacts
ØI : diameter over insulation
Shell Size
Ø Contacts
0.7
0
0.9
0.7
1
0.9
1.3
0.7
0.9
2
1.3
1.6
2.0
0.7
0.9
3
1.3
1.6
2.0
ØI
≤ 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
L
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
7
L
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 crimp 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
17
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
Push-Pull Connectors
Wiring & assembly instructions
Straight plug
Cable stripping : see page 217
Connector preparation
1 - Select the proper collet . (see page 217)
2 - Slide the protective boot  the backnut
 and the collet  onto the cable.
3 - In case of a screened cable, combs out
the screen and fold back over the collet
.
Contact wiring : crimp contacts
1 - Select the proper crimping tool (see page
48) and locator according to the connectors
involved.
2 - Adjust the tool selector for the corresponding conductor AWG.
3 - Crimp the contacts  and then engage
them into the insert cavities  till clip
tightening.
Contact wiring : solder contacts
Fixed solder contacts 0.5 mm and 0.7 mm
Removable solder contacts from 0.9 mm to 2 mm
1 - Terminate the bucket contacts
using solder method
1 - Solder the conductors to the contact buckets then
engage them into the insert cavities  till clip holding
1 - Position 2 half bushes  on the insert
making sure that the insert key appears
through window of one bush.
2 - Position the collet and the half bushes
while maintaining the screen. Bush keys
are seated in the collet keying slots.
3 - Position all the sub-assembly in the
connector housing  making sure to keep
sub-assembly aligned.
4 - Install the backnut  and screw it. Use the
two wrenches well positionned on the lats
A and B. Place a wrench to grip lats B, use
the other wrench to tighten the backnut at
the lats A following the torque values on
page 217.
5 - Install the protective boot  if exists.
Connector assembly
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JBX Series
Push-Pull Connectors
90° Elbow plug
Cable stripping : see page 217
1 - Select the proper collet  (see page 217).
2 - Slide the protective boot , the backnut
, the collet  and the elbow outlet 
onto the cable.
3 - In case of a screened cable, comb out
the screen and fold back over the collet
.
4 - Position in the elbow outlet making sure
the anti-rotating keys are well aligned.
5 - Tighten the backnut  till bottomed.
6 - Install the protective boot  if exists.
Connector preparation
Contact wiring : crimp contacts
1 - Select the proper crimping tool (see page
49) and position according to connectors
involved.
2 - Adjust the tool selector for the correspon
ding conductor AWG.
3 - Crimp the contacts  then engage them
into the insert cavities  till clip tightening.
Contact wiring : solder contacts
Fixed solder contacts 0.5 mm and 0.7 mm
Removable solder contacts from 0.9 mm to 2 mm
1 - Terminate the bucket contacts
using solder method
1 - Solder the conductors to the contact buckets then
engage them into the insert cavities  till clip holding
Connector assembly
1 - Position the ring on the insert then
engage all in the spacer
2 - Position all the sub-assembly in the
connector housing with milled lats A of
the elbow outlet facing to the rear of the
plug housing.
3 - Tighten the screw at the torque values
deined on page 217.
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JBX Series
Push-Pull Connectors
Wiring & assembly instructions
Collets selection according to cable diameters
4 or 6 collets per shell size allow a wide range of cable diameters for a single connector ; outer cable
diameters are for reference only, since values will change with speciic manufacturers cable properties.
Collet
number
Cable diameter
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 - 28.8
2.6 - 3.5
2.6 - 3.5
4.8 - 5.7
6.1 - 7.2
3
2.9 - 3.5
3.6 - 4.5
3.6 - 4.5
5.8 - 6.7
7.3 - 8.4
4
-
4.6 - 5.5
4.6 - 5.5
6.8 - 7.7
8.5 - 9.6
5
-
-
5.6 - 6.6
7.8 -7.7
9.7 - 10.8
6
-
-
6.7 - 7.5
8.8 - 9.7
10.9 - 12.0
*Metal collets: 4 to 6 elastic collets are included with each assembly, for
alternative metal collets, please see chart below.
Metal collets
Optional discrete cable diameter metal collets are available. Part numbers can be conigured by replacing
the obligatory “D” character with maximum cable diameter from the chart below:
Metal collet available for all sizes
Shell size
Cable diameter
0
19, 25, 35, 45, 55, 57
1
25, 35, 45, 55, 66, 75, 77
2
47, 57, 67, 77, 87, 97
3
60, 72, 84, 96, 108, 120
Discreet application based on cable diameter
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JBX Series
Push-Pull Connectors
Coupling torques
Tools
(jaw dimensions)
7 x 0.5
9 x 0.6
12 x 1
15 x 1
18 x 1
Size
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
-
4
-
10
13
17
20
0.5
0.7
1.3
1.7
2
5
-
9
13
15
-
-
-
-
-
-
1
2
3
Advised torques* in Nm
0.4 to 0.5
0.5 to 0.7
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 page 205
Shielding
Tested according to MIL-STD 1344 A, method 3007
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Shell size
Electrical continuity
(mΩ )
00
4.5
0
4
1
3
2
2.5
3
2.5
JBX Series
Push-Pull Connectors
Plug assembly instructions
1. Determine what size cable you will be using. Then select the
proper collet number for that cable.
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.
Cable diameter
Collet
Number
Shell size 1
Size O option G
Shell size 1
Size option G
1
1.5 -2.5
-
2 - 2.5
-
2
2.6 - 3.5
-
2.6 - 3.5
-
3
3.6 - 4.5
-
3.6 - 4.5
6.1 - 6.7
4
-
4.6 - 5.5
4.6 - 5.5
6.8 - 7.7
5
-
5.6 - 6
5.6 - 6
7.8 - 8
Collet number 4 in shell size 0 and collet number 6 in shell size 1 are not used
2. Strip the cable and each wire to the required strip length.
Cable stripping for connectors with crimp contacts
Shell Size
Ø Contacts
ØI
0.7
≤ 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
0.9
0.7
1
0.9
1.3
0.7
0.9
2
1.3
1.6
2.0
0.7
0.9
3
1.3
1.6
2.0
Stripping for FD, SR, PC
L
15
15
16
16
16
19
19
19
21
21
25
25
25
27
27
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
22
Stripping for FC
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
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
JBX Series
Push-Pull Connectors
Cable stripping for connectors with solder contacts
Stripping for FD, SR, PC
Stripping for FC
Shell size
Ø Contact
00
0. 5
0. 5
11
2
7
16
2
7
0
0. 7
12
3
7
16
3
7
1
2
3
L
S
T
L
S
T
9
2
4
-
-
-
0. 9
12
3
7
16
3
7
0. 5
12
2
8
19
2
8
0. 7
13
3
8
19
3
8
0. 9
13
3
8
19
3
8
1. 3
13
3.5
8
19
3.5
8
0. 7
16
3
9
25
3
9
0. 9
16
3
9
25
3
9
1. 3
16
3.5
9
25
3.5
9
1. 6
18
4
9
25
4
9
2. 0
18
4
9
25
4
9
0. 7
20
3
10
30
3
10
0. 9
20
3
10
30
3
10
1. 3
20
3.5
10
30
3.5
10
1. 6
22
4
10
30
4
10
2. 0
22
4
10
30
4
10
3. When assembling a plug with a protective boot (#3), prep the cable by taking the protective boot and
sliding it with the small inside diameter irst onto the cable. Then slide the end of the back nut (#2) that
has the smaller diameter onto the cable. Next, take the collet (#1) and slide the end with the gripping
teeth irst onto the cable until the opposite end of the collet is lush with the cut end of the jacket. If the
cable has shielding, fold back the braid so that it is covering the outside diameter of the collet. Do not
place braid into any area of the alignment slots. Then insure that the braid does not interfere with the
alignment slots of the collet.
4. Attach removable contacts to wires:
a. If using crimped contacts, crimp the contacts onto the ends of the exposed wires using the proper crimping tool set on the correct AWG wire. (see FIGURE 4.A). After the contact has been crimped to the wire,
check each contact to insure that the contact is securely crimped to the wire.
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JBX Series
Push-Pull Connectors
Plug assembly instructions
Figure 4.A
Locator for pin and socket 0.7 - 0.9 mm and 1.3 mm contacts
Shell
size
Male contact
Ø Contact
SOURIAU P/N
0
1
2
3
Female contact
AWG
DANIELS P/N
ASTRO P/N
SOURIAU P/N
DANIELS P/N
ASTRO P/N
0.7
22 - 24 - 26
JBX 0 OUT LP07
86 - 223
/
JBX 0 OUT LP07
86 - 224
/
0.9
20 - 22 - 24
JBX 0 OUT LP09
86 - 225
/
JBX 0 OUT LP09
86 - 226
/
0.7
22 - 24 - 26
JBX 1 OUT LP07
86 - 196
642 - 001
JBX 1 OUT LP07
86 -197
642 - 004
0.9
20 - 22 - 24
JBX 1 OUT LP09
86 - 198
642 - 002
JBX 1 OUT LP09
86 - 199
642 - 005
1.3
18 - 20 - 22
JBX 1 OUT LP13
86 - 200
642 - 003
JBX 1 OUT LP13
86 - 201
642 - 006
0.7
22 - 24 - 26
JBX 2 OUT LP07
86 - 202
642 - 007
JBX 2 OUT LP07
86 - 203
642 - 010
0.9
20 - 22 - 24
JBX 2 OUT LP09
86 - 204
642 - 008
JBX 2 OUT LP09
86 - 205
642 - 011
1.3
18 - 20 - 22
JBX 2 OUT LP13
86 - 206
642 - 009
JBX 2 OUT LP13
86 - 207
642 - 012
0.7
22 - 24 - 26
JBX 3 OUT LP07
86 - 217
642 - 014
JBX 3 OUT LP07
86 - 214
642 - 017
0.9
20 - 22 - 24
JBX 3 OUT LP09
86 - 218
642 - 015
JBX 3 OUT LP09
86 - 215
642 -018
1.3
18 - 20 - 22
JBX 3 OUT LP 13
86 - 219
642 - 016
JBX 3 OUT LP 13
86 - 216
642 - 019
Turret with locator for pin and socket 1.6 mm and 2 mm contacts
Shell size
Ø Contact
AWG
1.6
Male & female contacts
SOURIAU P/N
DANIELS P/N
ASTRO P/N
14 - 16 - 18
JBX 2 OUT LT16
TH 564
650 - 030
2
12 - 14 -16
JBX 2 OUT LT20
TH 565
650 - 031
1.6
14 -16 - 18
JBX 3 OUT LT16
TH 566
650 - 038
2
12 - 14 - 16
JBX 3 OUT LT20
TH 567
650 - 035
2
3
Crimping tool 1.6
Speciications MIL-C-22520 / 7.01
Contacts 0.7 mm - 0.9 mm
and 1.3 mm
MIL P/N - SOURIAU P/N
Supplier P/N
MIL-22520/7-01
DANIELS: MH860
MIL P/N SOURIAU P/N
Supplier P/N
MIL-22520/1-01
DANIELS: AF8
Buchanan: 615708
Speciications MIL-C-22520 / 7.01
Contacts 1.6 mm and 2 mm
b. If using soldered contacts, prep each wire with lux and then tin dip each exposed wire end. Next pre-load a piece
of heat shrink1.6 onto the wire (Individual heat shrink tubes are optional). Solder each wire to the solder cup end
of the contact. To avoid shorts, make sure that no solder comes in contact with any other contact or wire on the connector.
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JBX Series
Push-Pull Connectors
After the contact has been soldered to the wire, check each contact to insure that the contact is securely soldered
to the wire. Slide the
pre-loaded heat shrink over the solder joint and shrink into place. Do not over-heat the solder joint area as it can
cause the solder to re-low or it could burn the wire insulation.
5. If inserting removable contacts:
a. Starting with the interface end of the contact, carefully insert each contact into the backside of the insulator that has the position loading path indicator (worm) on it. Start with the end of the position loading path
indicator (worm) that has the half circle on it (Position #1). Then follow the position loading path indicator
(worm) around the insulator. You will go counter clockwise if using a male contact and clockwise if using
a female contact (see diagram below for the position loading path indicator (worm) layout). If the connector has center contacts, it is sometimes easier to start at the end of the position loading path indicator
(worm) (last position) and work backwards. This is up to the assembler and the process they are using to
insert the contacts. Make sure not to bend the contact when inserting it into the insulator. It is extremely
important that the contact is completely seated in to the insulator. For the connector to function properly,
the contact should click/snap into place when seated. To conirm the seating of the contact, check each
contact for proper seating.
6. Removal of contacts:
a. Using the proper extraction tool insert the tool over the front of the contact and push contact out. Failure to use the
proper extraction tool can result in damage to the contact.
TOOLINGS – JBX – JKX
Manual Extraction Tools
Contacts automatically extracted without pulling on the cable.
Shell size
Ø Contacts
0
1
2
The extraction tool is the same for
both male and female contacts.
3
SOURIAU part number
ASTRO part number
0.7
JBX OUT DC07
ATJP 2045
0.9
JBX OUT DC09
ATJP 2057
0.7
JBX OUT DC07
ATJP 2045
0.9
JBX OUT DC09
ATJP 2057
1.3
JBX OUT DC13
ATJP 2077
0.7
JBX OUT DC07
ATJP 2045
0.9
JBX OUT DC09
ATJP 2057
1.3
JBX OUT DC13
ATJP 2077
1.6
JBX OUT DC16
ATJP 2095
2.0
JBX OUT DC20
ATJP 2115
0.7
JBX OUT DC07
ATJP 2045
0.9
JBX OUT DC09
ATJP 2057
1.3
JBX OUT DC13
ATJP 2077
1.6
JBX OUT DC16
ATJP 2095
2.0
JBX OUT DC20
ATJP 2115
7. Take the keyed half bushing (#6) and place it over the insulator so that the window is lined up with the key on the
insulator and the key on the half bushing is pointing to the back of the insulator (position loading path indicator (worm
end)). Then take the half bushing without the window (#6) and place on the opposite side of the insulator so that both
half bushings are aligned with each other.
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JBX Series
Push-Pull Connectors
Plug assembly instructions
8. Take the collet that is pre-loaded on the cable and align the slots in the collet with the keys on the end of the half bushings (you
may need to move the braid away from the slots and spin the collet slightly). Once they are aligned, compress the assembly
so that it is in line and there are no gaps between the collet & the half bushings. The braid should still be in place once the
assembly is inserted.
9. Take a connector housing (#7) and slide it over the insulator so that the red dot on the connector housing lines up with the key
on the half bushing with window. Push the whole assembly into the connector housing until it bottoms out. Insure that the keys
are seated properly by turning the collet that is already aligned with the half bushings. If the collet does not turn, then the keys
are correctly aligned. If the collet does turn, then you must withdraw the assembly & realign the keys.
10. Once the assembly is installed into the connector housing and is aligned properly, apply thread lock to thread area. Then slide
the back nut up until you can manually start the back nut threads onto the threaded end of the connector housing. Tighten the
back nut up as far as you can by hand, then take the appropriate wrenches and place the wrenches onto the lats located on
the connector housing. Do not over torque back nut as it can cause connector failure.
11. If the connector requires a protective boot, slide the boot over the lip on the back nut.
12. Potting of backend of plug with clipped contacts:
Clipped contacts are designed to loat in the connector so that they self align when mated. It is sometimes necessary to pot
the back end of the connector so that the contacts are sealed off from the environment. When this application is needed, it's
recommended that the assembler engage a mating connector/alignment tool to the assembly being potted. Once the mating
connector/alignment tool is engaged, it must be left engaged until the potting compound has hardened. This will insure that
the true position requirements are met. If the application is for low volume, a mating connector can be used. If the application
is for high volume, it is recommended that an alignment tool be purchased from the supplier..
Trouble shooting
Problem:
Contact will not seat in connector, contact
backing out.
Bent solder contact
Cause:
Correction:
Wrong wire or insulation size, wrong strip
length, poor crimping, broken clips, damaged
insulator, removed contact without proper
removal tool, bad crimp.
Use correct wire, adjust strip length, strip and
recrimp with the new contact, replace insulator using wrong crimp tool, replace contact
Bent in handling, bent in soldering operation,
connector assembled incorrectly.
Pins and insulator were inserted into electrical test while unprotected by shell
Replace insert with contacts
Connector will not release from mating part
or operate correctly
Not using lats on latching sleeve and back
nut to torque connector, improper assembly
of the connector, over mold material inside
connector
Release back-nut and re-torque, disassemble
and reassemble, replace connector
Over tightened the back nut
Connector will not release from mating part
or operate correctly, damage connector
Loosen back nut and retighten
Collet will not grip cable
Loose cable in connector
Check correct collet size is being used
Connector will not assemble
Incorrect alignment of key in connector, half
bushings, connector housing, insulator, collet,
braid in key slots in collet
Disassemble connector and reassemble
connector-aligning keys, relocate braid in
collet
Contact stubbing after mating
Bent contact and damaged contact,
connector assembled incorrectly
Re- align contact, replace insert with
contacts.
Electrical failure
Improper crimping, wrong wire strip length,
wire loading incorrect location, poor solder
joint
Remove contact with correct removal tool,
reinstall new contact, and verify strip length
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JBX Series
Push-Pull Connectors
Receptacle assembly instructions
1. Select the proper JBX receptacle and contact size for the speciic cable application by using the contact layout chart as
depicted in the Push Pull catalog.
2. Strip the cable/wire to the required strip length.
Wiring and assembly instructions
Cable stripping for connectors with crimp contacts
Shell Size
Ø Contacts
ØI
0.7
≤ 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
0.9
0.7
1
0.9
1.3
0.7
0.9
2
1.3
1.6
2.0
0.7
0.9
3
1.3
1.6
2.0
Stripping for FD, SR, PC
L
15
15
16
16
16
19
19
19
21
21
25
25
25
27
27
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
27
Stripping for FC
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
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
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JBX Series
Push-Pull Connectors
Receptacle assembly instructions
Cable stripping for connectors with solder contacts
Stripping for FD, SR, PC
Shell size
Ø Contact
00
0
1
2
3
L
S
Stripping for FC
T
L
S
T
0. 5
9
2
4
-
-
-
0. 5
11
2
7
16
2
7
0. 7
12
3
7
16
3
7
0. 9
12
3
7
16
3
7
0. 5
12
2
8
19
2
8
0. 7
13
3
8
19
3
8
0. 9
13
3
8
19
3
8
1. 3
13
3.5
8
19
3.5
8
0. 7
16
3
9
25
3
9
0. 9
16
3
9
25
3
9
1. 3
16
3.5
9
25
3.5
9
1. 6
18
4
9
25
4
9
2. 0
18
4
9
25
4
9
0. 7
20
3
10
30
3
10
0. 9
20
3
10
30
3
10
1. 3
20
3.5
10
30
3.5
10
1. 6
22
4
10
30
4
10
2. 0
22
4
10
30
4
10
3. Depending on application and shell type, the nut and washer may be removed before attaching the wires
to the contacts.
4. Attach crimped contacts to wires:
a. If using crimped contacts, crimp the contacts onto the ends of the exposed wires using the proper
crimping tool and locator set on the correct AWG wire size (see FIGURE 4.A). After the contact has
been crimped to the wire, check each contact to insure that the contact is securely crimped.
Locator for pin and socket 0.7 - 0.9 mm and 1.3 mm contacts
Shell
size
0
1
2
3
Male contact
Ø Contact
Female contact
AWG
SOURIAU P/N
DANIELS P/N
ASTRO P/N
SOURIAU P/N
DANIELS P/N
ASTRO P/N
86 - 223
/
JBX 0 OUT LP07
86 - 224
/
0.7
22 - 24 - 26
JBX 0 OUT LP07
0.9
20 - 22 - 24
JBX 0 OUT LP09
86 - 225
/
JBX 0 OUT LP09
86 - 226
/
0.7
22 - 24 - 26
JBX 1 OUT LP07
86 - 196
642 - 001
JBX 1 OUT LP07
86 -197
642 - 004
0.9
20 - 22 - 24
JBX 1 OUT LP09
86 - 198
642 - 002
JBX 1 OUT LP09
86 - 199
642 - 005
1.3
18 - 20 - 22
JBX 1 OUT LP13
86 - 200
642 - 003
JBX 1 OUT LP13
86 - 201
642 - 006
0.7
22 - 24 - 26
JBX 2 OUT LP07
86 - 202
642 - 007
JBX 2 OUT LP07
86 - 203
642 - 010
0.9
20 - 22 - 24
JBX 2 OUT LP09
86 - 204
642 - 008
JBX 2 OUT LP09
86 - 205
642 - 011
1.3
18 - 20 - 22
JBX 2 OUT LP13
86 - 206
642 - 009
JBX 2 OUT LP13
86 - 207
642 - 012
0.7
22 - 24 - 26
JBX 3 OUT LP07
86 - 217
642 - 014
JBX 3 OUT LP07
86 - 214
642 - 017
0.9
20 - 22 - 24
JBX 3 OUT LP09
86 - 218
642 - 015
JBX 3 OUT LP09
86 - 215
642 -018
1.3
18 - 20 - 22
JBX 3 OUT LP 13
86 - 219
642 - 016
JBX 3 OUT LP 13
86 - 216
642 - 019
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JBX Series
Push-Pull Connectors
Turret with locator for pin and socket 1.6 mm and 2 mm contacts
Figure 4.A
Shell size
2
3
Male & female contacts
Ø Contact
AWG
SOURIAU P/N
DANIELS P/N
ASTRO P/N
1.6
14 - 16 - 18
JBX 2 OUT LT16
TH 564
650 - 030
2
12 - 14 -16
JBX 2 OUT LT20
TH 565
650 - 031
1.6
14 -16 - 18
JBX 3 OUT LT16
TH 566
650 - 038
2
12 - 14 - 16
JBX 3 OUT LT20
TH 567
650 - 035
Crimping tool
Speciications MIL-C-22520 / 7.01
Contacts 0.7 mm - 0.9 mm
and 1.3 mm
MIL P/N - SOURIAU P/N
Supplier P/N
MIL-22520/7-01
DANIELS: MH860
MIL P/N SOURIAU P/N
Supplier P/N
MIL-22520/1-01
DANIELS: AF8
Buchanan: 615708
Speciications MIL-C-22520 / 7.01
Contacts 1.6 mm and 2 mm
b. If using clipped solder contacts, prep each wire with lux and then tin dip each exposed wire end. Next pre-load a piece of
heat shrink onto the wire (Individual heat shrink tubes are optional). Solder each wire to the solder cup end of the contact. To
avoid shorts, make sure that no solder comes in contact with any other contact or wire on the connector. After the contact
has been soldered to the wire, check each contact to insure that the contact is securely soldered to the wire. Slide the
pre-loaded heat shrink over the solder joint and shrink into place. Do not over-heat the solder joint area as it can cause the
solder to re-low or it could burn the wire insulation.
5. If inserting terminated contacts:
a. Starting with the interface end of the contact, insert each contact into the backside of the insulator that has the
position loading path indicator (worm) on it. Start with the end of the position loading path indicator (worm) that has
the half circle on it (Position #1). Then follow the position loading path indicator (worm) around the insulator. You will
go counter clockwise if using a male contact and clockwise if using a female contact (see diagram below for the position loading path indicator (worm) layout). If the connector as center contacts, it is some times easier to start at the end
of the position loading path indicator (worm) (last position) and work backwards. This is up to the assembler and the
process used to insert the contacts. Make sure not to bend the contact when inserting it into the insulator. It is extremely
important that the contact is seated in the insulator for the connector to function properly. The contact should click/snap
into place when seated. Check each contact for proper seating.
6. Removal of contacts:
Using the proper extraction tool (See FIGURE 6.A), insert the tool over the front of the contact and push contact out. Failure
to use the proper extraction tool can result in damage to the contact.
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JBX Series
Push-Pull Connectors
Receptacle assembly instructions
Manual extraction tool
The extraction tool is the same for both male and female contacts.
Figure 6.A
Shell size
0
1
2
3
Ø contacts
0.7
0.9
0.7
0.9
1.3
0.7
0.9
1.3
1.6
2.0
0.7
0.9
1.3
1.6
2.0
SOURIAU part number
JBX OUT DC 07
JBX OUT DC 09
JBX OUT DC 07
JBX OUT DC 09
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
JBX OUT DC 09
JBX OUT DC 13
JBX OUT DC 16
JBX OUT DC 20
ASTRO part number
ATJP 2045
ATJP 2057
ATJP 2045
ATJP 2057
ATJP 2077
ATJP 2045
ATJP 2057
ATJP 2077
ATJP 2095
ATJP 2115
ATJP 2045
ATJP 2057
ATJP 2077
ATJP 2095
ATJP 2115
7. Potting of backend of receptacle with clipped contacts
Clipped contacts are designed to loat in the connector so that they self align when mated. It is sometimes
necessary to pot the backend of the connector so that the contacts are sealed off from the environment. When
this application is needed, it is recommended that the assembler engage a mating connector/alignment tool to the assembly
being potted. Once the mating connector/alignment tool is engaged, it must be left engaged until the potting compound has
hardened. This will insure that the true position requirements are met. If the application is low volume, a mating connector
can be used. If the application is for high volume, it is recommended that an alignment tool be purchased from the supplier.
Trouble shooting
Problem:
Cause:
Correction:
Contact will not seat in connector, contact
backing out.
Wrong wire or insulation size, wrong strip
length, poor crimping, broken clips, damaged
insulator, removed contact without proper
removal tool, bad crimp.
Use correct wire, adjust strip length, strip and
recrimp with new contact, replace insulator,
using correct crimp tool, replace contact.
Bent solder contact.
Bent in handling, bent in soldering operation,
connector assembled incorrectly.
Re-align contact, replace insert with contacts.
Contact stubbing after mating.
Bent contact and damaged contact,
connector assembled incorrectly.
Re-align contact, replace insert with contacts.
If using clipped contacts and receptacle is
potted, a mating connector must be applied
to the connector that is being potted. This
insures that contacts will be properly aligned.
Electrical failure
Improper crimping, wrong wire strip length,
wire loading incorrect location, poor solder
joint.
Remove contact with correct removal tool,
reinstall new contact, and verify strength.
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JBX Sealed Series
Push-Pull Connectors
Major features & beneits
Key features
• Sealed IP 67 (mated connectors) (FE, EC, SE & PE)
• Watertight receptacles IP68 (HC, HG, HH & HM)
• 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
Wet environment
Splash proof IP 67
6-collet cluster
Allows a wide range of cable diameter
applications for a single connector.
Removable contacts
Crimp versions allow easier
wiring and maintenance.
Part number system
JBX
Basic series
FD
2
G
05
Shell type-Receptacle
Shell type - Plug
EC - HC - HG - HH - HM - PE - SE
FE
Shell size
0-1-2
Keying
G-J-A-B
Contact layout
02 ---------- 30
Contact type
M : pin
Contact termination
C: crimp; S: solder; P*: straight PCB tails ; Q*: Right Angle PCB tails
Surface plating
S: Outer shell brass alloy chrome over nickel plating
M
C
S
D
F : socket (in relation with keying)
N: Outer shell in brass alloy with black plating (consult SOURIAU USA)
Obligatory Sufix
D: For all part numbers
Contact Size
S: All contact diameters except .05 mm P: 0.5 mm contact dimensions only
Cable Backnut Option
M: Connector with backnut for protective boot - Protective boot to order separately page 13
Key Identiier
R: Red dot on shell for HG, HH, PE, FF only
* For receptacles with female contacts only.
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S
M
R
JBX Sealed Series
Push-Pull Connectors
Sealed Shell Types size 2
EC : Double Nut Panel Receptacle
EC : Double nut receptacle
PE : In Line Receptacle
PE : Cable mounted receptacle
SE : :Sealed
Mount Cable
Receptacle
SE
FixedPanel
receptacle
with
cable clamping
FE : Straight plug with cable clamping
FE : Straight plug with cable clamping
HC : Rear Mount Receptacle
HC : Rear mount with ground tab
HG : Front Mount Receptacle
HG
: Front mount
HH : Front Mount Receptacle
HH
: Front mount
HM : Rear Mount Receptacle
HM :Rear mount with ground tab
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JBX Sealed Series
Push-Pull Connectors
Dimensions size 2
EC : Sealed Double Nut Panel Receptacle
HC : Sealed Rear Mount Receptacle
PE : Sealed In Line Receptacle
SE : Sealed Sealed Panel Mount
Cable Receptacle
HG : Sealed Front Mount Receptacle
HH : Sealed Front Mount Receptacle
HM : Sealed Rear Mount Receptacle
FE : Sealed Straight Plug with cable clamping
Shell size/styles:
Shell size
FE
EC
HC
HG
HH
HM
PE
SE
0
O
O




O
O
1
O
O
O

O

O
O
2




O


 Available for JBX Series - O Contact SOURIAU for additional shell styles and sizes Note 1 : For the plug, the in line receptacle and the panel mount cable receptacle, a black protective boot is included in the P/N.
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JBX Sealed Series
Push-Pull Connectors
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 0
02
03
04
05
06
07
08
S**
S**
S**
P
P
P
Male insulator wire side
Solder
S
S
S**
S**
Crimp
C
C
C
C
PCB straight tails*
P
P
P
P
PCB right angles*
Q
Q
Q
Q
Contact diameter mm
0.9
0.9
0.7
0.7
0.5
0.5
0.5
Solder Max. AWG
24
24
26
26
28
28
28
Crimp wire Max. AWG
20
20
22
22
Max current rating
10
8
7
6.5
2.5
2.5
2
Test voltage (Vrms)
1400
1300
1350
800
680
680
680
600/460
600/420
660/4205
400/220
320/220
320/220
320/220
Working Voltage (Vdc/Vrms)
**Inserts with ixed non removable contacts
* For receptacles with female contacts.
XX Contact SOURIAU
Note : Contact numbering mating faces receptacle view: counterclockwise from key at position 1
Contact numbering mating faces plug view: clockwise from key at position 1
Shell size 1
02
03
04
05
06
07
08
10
12
S**
S**
P
P
Male insulator wire side
Solder
S
S
S
S
S**
S**
S**
Crimp
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
PCB straight tails*
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
Q
Q
Q
Q
Q
Q
Contact diameter mm
1.3
1.3
0.9
0.9
0.7
0.7
0.7
0.5
0.5
Solder Max. AWG
20
20
24
24
26
26
26
28
28
Crimp wire Max. AWG
18
18
20
20
22
22
22
PCB right angles*
Max current rating
15
12
10
9
7
7
5
2.5
2.5
Test voltage (Vrms)
1600
1300
1900
1400
1400
1400
1200
600
500
760/530
600/420
900/630
660/460
600/460
600/460
600/420
300/200
275/175
Working Voltage (Vdc/Vrms)
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JBX Sealed Series
Push-Pull Connectors
Contact layouts
Shell size 2
02
03
04
05
06
07
08
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
XX
XX
P
P
P
P
P
Q
Q
Q
Q
Q
Male insulator wire side
Solder
Crimp
PCB straight tails*
PCB right angles*
Contact diameter mm
1.3
1.3
1.3
1.3
1.3
1.3
0.9
Solder Max. AWG
16
18
20
20
20
20
24
Crimp wire Max. AWG
12
14
18
18
18
18
20
Max current rating
30
17
15
14
12
11
10
Test voltage (Vrms)
2100
1700
2400
1900
1900
1500
1700
1000/700
830/560
1000/800
900/630
900/630
730/500
830/560
Working Voltage (Vdc/Vrms)
Shell size 2
10
12
16
18
19
Solder
S
SXX
SXX
SXX
SXX
Crimp
C
C
C
C
C
P
P
Male insulator wire side
PCB straight tails*
P
P
P
PCB right angles*
Q
Q
Q
Contact diameter mm
0.9
0.7
0.7
0.7
0.7
Solder Max. AWG
24
26
26
26
26
Crimp wire Max. AWG
22
20
22
22
22
Max current rating
8
7
6
5.5
5
Test voltage (Vrms)
1700
1700
1500
1400
1400
830/560
830/560
730/500
660/460
660/460
Working Voltage (Vdc/Vrms)
**Inserts with ixed non removable contacts
* For receptacles with female contacts. XX Contact SOURIAU
Note : Contact numbering mating faces receptacle view: counterclockwise from key at position 1
Contact numbering mating faces plug view: clockwise from key at position 1
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JBX Sealed Series
Push-Pull Connectors
Technical characteristics
The technical characteristics are the same as for the standard JBX series except the following ones:
Material - Speciic additional elements
Component
Material
Color
Working temperatures
Seals
Nitril & Silicon rubber
O’ring = black
Plug seal = black
-40° C; +250° C
- 58° F; + 482 ° F
Protective boot
Elastolan (UPR)
Black
-40° C; +80° C
- 40° F; + 176 ° F
Mechanical and climatics - Speciic additional elements
Characteristics
Values
Protection Index
IP 67 (splashproof - 1/2 hour under 1 m of water)
Operating temperatures
-40° C; +80° C
- 40° F; + 176 ° F
Options
Receptacle Cap: maintain IP67 rating
Size 1 Part-number = JBX BR2022
Size 2 Part-number = JBX BR1015
Wiring and assembly instructions
Panel cutout
The panel cutout is the same as for the JBX size 2 shells except for the HC (or HCE) type for which it corresponds
to the JBX size 3 shells.
Range of cable diameter: from 6 to 9 mm
Operation to add during the plug assembly:
Deposit of watertight thread glue between the backnut  on the drawing p215) and the connection shell  on the
drawing p215).
Advised glue = Loctite 542.
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JBX Series
Push-Pull Connectors
Accessories JBX
Insulating washer
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
2 Washers
Material : PA 6/6
Nut
Working temperature :
Color code
Colors
A
blue
B
white
G
grey
J
yellow
M
brown
N
black
R
red
V
green
O
orange
- 40°C ; + 125°C
- 40°F ; + 257°F
Receptacle
Using 2 washers for receptacle / panel insulating
For use with JBX only, not sealed JBX or JKX
Grounding washer
L
N
ØA
ØB
Shell
size
Part Number
Dimensions
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
Material :
For use with JBX only, not sealed JBX or JKX
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- Brass
- Nickel plated (3 mm)
JBX Series
Push-Pull Connectors
Accessories JBX
Locking washer
Dimensions
Part Number
Shell size
ØA
ØB
C
D
JAX RE 00
00
7.3
10
0.5
1
JAX RE 0
0
9.2
12.5
0.6
1
JAX RE 1
1
12.2
16
0.6
1
Piece part JBX
Crimp contacts (if ordered separately)
Shell size
Ø Contact
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
0
1
2
3
Part number
Crimp pin
JBX 0 CT MC 09
JBX 0 CT MC 07
JBX 1 CT MC 13
JBX CT 1 MC 09
JBX CT 1 MC 07
JBX 2 CT MC 20
JBX 2 CT MC 16
JBX 2 CT MC 13
JBX 2 CT MC 09
JBX 2 CT MC 07
JBX 3 CT MC 20
JBX 3 CT MC 16
JBX 3 CT MC 13
JBX 3 CT MC 09
JBX 3 CT MC 07
Crimp socket
JBX 0 CT FC 09
JBX 0 CT FC 07
JBX 1 CT FC 13
JBX 1 CT FC 09
JBX 1 CT FC 07
JBX 2 CT FC 20
JBX 2 CT FC 16
JBX 2 CT FC 13
JBX 2 CT FC 09
JBX 2 CT FC 07
JBX 3 CT FC 20
JBX 3 CT FC 16
JBX 3 CT FC 13
JBX 3 CT FC 09
JBX 3 CT FC 07
Solder contacts (if ordered separately)
Shell size
Ø Contact
0
0.9
1
2
3
Part number
Solder pin
Solder socket
JBX 0 CT MS 09
JBX 0 CT FS 09
1.3
JBX 1 CT MS 13
JBX 1 CT FS 13
0.9
JBX 1 CT MS 09
JBX 1 CT FS 09
2
JBX 2 CT MS 20
JBX 2 CT FS 20
1.6
JBX 2 CT MS 16
JBX 2 CT FS 16
1.3
JBX 2 CT MS 13
JBX 2 CT FS 13
0.9
JBX 2 CT MS 09
JBX 2 CT FS 09
2
JBX 3 CT MS 20
JBX 3 CT FS 20
1.6
JBX 3 CT MS 16
JBX 3 CT FS 16
1.3
JBX 3 CT MS 13
JBX 3 CT FS 13
0.9
JBX 3 CT MS 09
JBX 3 CT FS 09
Solder contacts of 0.5 mm and 0.7 mm of diameter not available separately (always ixed into the insulator)
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JBX Series
Push-Pull Connectors
Piece parts JBX
Inserts for removable solder and crimp contacts (if ordered separately)
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
Insert part number
Pin contact
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
Insert for pin contacts
Insert for socket contacts
Inserts with ixed solder contacts (if ordered separately)
Shell size
Insert
00
04
04
05
06
07
07
08
10
12
16
18
19
22
30
0
1
2
3
Insert part number
Pin contacts
Socket contacts
JBX 00 BI 04 MPS
JBX 00 BI 04 FPS
JBX 0 BI 04 MSS
JBX 0 BI 04 FSS
JBX 0 BI 05 MSS
JBX 0 BI 05 FSS
JBX 0 BI 06 MPS
JBX 0 BI 06 FPS
JBX 0 BI 07 MPS
JBX 0 BI 07 FPS
JBX 1 BI 07 MSS
JBX 1 BI 07 FSS
JBX 1 BI 08 MSS
JBX 1 BI 08 FSS
JBX 1 BI 10 MPS
JBX 1 BI 10 FPS
JBX 2 BI 12 MSS
JBX 2 BI 12 FSS
JBX 2 BI 16 MSS
JBX 2 BI 16 FSS
JBX 2 BI 18 MSS
JBX 2 BI 18 FSS
JBX 2 BI 19 MSS
JBX 2 BI 19 FSS
JBX 3 BI 22 MSS
JBX 3 BI 22 FSS
JBX 3 BI 30 MSS
JBX 3 BI 30 FSS
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Insert for pin contacts
Insert for socket contacts
JBX Series
Push-Pull Connectors
Toolings JBX
Manual extraction tool
Contacts automatically extracted
The extraction tool is similar for both male and female contacts.
Shell Size
0
1
2
3
Contacts
SOURIAU part number
ASTRO part number
0.7
JBX OUT DC 07
ATJP 2045
0.9
JBX OUT DC 09
ATJP 2057
0.7
JBX OUT DC 07
ATJP 2045
0.9
JBX OUT DC 09
ATJP 2057
1.3
JBX OUT DC 13
ATJP 2077
0.7
JBX OUT DC 07
ATJP 2045
0.9
JBX OUT DC 09
ATJP 2057
1.3
JBX OUT DC 13
ATJP 2077
1.6
JBX OUT DC 16
ATJP 2095
2.0
JBX OUT DC 20
ATJP 2115
0.7
JBX OUT DC 07
ATJP 2045
0.9
JBX OUT DC 09
ATJP 2057
1.3
JBX OUT DC 13
ATJP 2077
1.6
JBX OUT DC 16
ATJP 2095
2.0
JBX OUT DC 20
ATJP 2115
The contact is automatically extracted without the need of pulling onto the cable.
Crimping tool
Speciications 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: 615708
Contacts 0.7 mm - 0.9 mm
and 1.3 mm
Speciications MIL-C-22520 / 7.01
Contacts 1.6 mm and 2 mm
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JBX Series
Push-Pull Connectors
Locator for pin and socket 0.7 - 0.9 mm and 1.3 mm contacts
Shell
size
0
1
2
3
Male contact
Ø Contact
0.7
Female contact
AWG
SOURIAU P/N
DANIELS P/N
ASTRO P/N
SOURIAU P/N
DANIELS P/N
ASTRO P/N
22 - 24 - 26
JBX 0 OUT LP 07
86 - 223
/
JBX 0 OUT LS 07
86 - 224
/
0.9
20 - 22 - 24
JBX 0 OUT LP 09
86 - 225
/
JBX 0 OUT LS 09
86 - 226
/
0.7
22 - 24 - 26
JBX 1 OUT LP 07
86 - 196
642 - 001
JBX 1 OUT LS 07
86 -197
642 - 004
0.9
20 - 22 - 24
JBX 1 OUT LP 09
86 - 198
642 - 002
JBX 1 OUT LS 09
86 - 199
642 - 005
1.3
18 - 20 - 22
JBX 1 OUT LP 13
86 - 200
642 - 003
JBX 1 OUT LS 13
86 - 201
642 - 006
0.7
22 - 24 - 26
JBX 2 OUT LP 07
86 - 202
642 - 007
JBX 2 OUT LS 07
86 - 203
642 - 010
0.9
20 - 22 - 24
JBX 2 OUT LP 09
86 - 204
642 - 008
JBX 2 OUT LS 09
86 - 205
642 - 011
1.3
18 - 20 - 22
JBX 2 OUT LP 13
86 - 206
642 - 009
JBX 2 OUT LS 13
86 - 207
642 - 012
0.7
22 - 24 - 26
JBX 3 OUT LP 07
86 - 217
642 - 014
JBX 3 OUT LS 07
86 - 214
642 - 017
0.9
20 - 22 - 24
JBX 3 OUT LP 09
86 - 218
642 - 015
JBX 3 OUT LS 09
86 - 215
642 -018
1.3
18 - 20 - 22
JBX 3 OUT LP 13
86 - 219
642 - 016
JBX 3 OUT LS 13
86 - 216
642 - 019
Turret with locator for pin and socket 1.6 mm and 2 mm contacts
Shell size
Ø Contact
AWG
1.6
Male & female contacts
SOURIAU P/N
DANIELS P/N
ASTRO P/N
14 - 16 - 18
JBX 2 OUT LT16
TH 564
650 - 030
2
12 - 14 -16
JBX 2 OUT LT20
TH 565
650 - 031
1.6
14 -16 - 18
JBX 3 OUT LT16
TH 566
650 - 038
2
12 - 14 - 16
JBX 3 OUT LT20
TH 567
650 - 035
2
3
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JBX Series
Push-Pull Connectors
Conversion table
Milimeters / Inches
(mm)
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
(inches)
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
°C / °F
(mm)
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
(inches)
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
0.72892
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
(mm)
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
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(inches)
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
2.40340
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
(C°)
(°F)
- 70
- 94
- 65
- 85
- 55
- 67
- 50
- 58
- 40
- 40
0
32
37
98.6
80
176
125
257
150
302
170
338
200
392
250
482
Pressure conversion
bar
psi
mmHg (torr)
10
145.0
7600
5
72.5
3800
2
29.0
1520
1
14.5
760
0.5
7.2
380
0.1
1.4
76
mbar
psi
mmHg (torr)
100
1.4
50
0.72
38
10
0.14
7.6
1.32
0.019
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JBX Series
Push-Pull Connectors
Request form please ill in and fax to SOURIAU - Customer service
(see the address page for your local contact)
Name : ...................................................................................................... Tel number : .......................... Fax number : ......................................
Title : .......................................................................................................... E-mail : ...................................................................................................
Company :....................................................................................................................................................................................................................
Address : .....................................................................................................................................................................................................................
Applications :
 Medical
 Audio
 Video
 Instrumentation
 Nuclear physics
 GPS
 Transportation
 Metrology
 Other ...............................................................................
Detailed description of end product, unit or application
............................................................................................................................................................
Connector description :
 Series : ..........................................................  Shell coniguration : .............................................................................................................
 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 :..........................................................................................................................................................................
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