|Contact Residence||8mΩ max. @ 2.5 A|
|CURRENT RATING(SIGNAL CONTACTS)||3 A max.|
|DIELCTRIC WITHSTANDING VOLTAGE||900 VAC at sea level, 300 VAC @ 70,000 ft. Solder cups and shielded cable same as MIL-DTL-83513; 600 VAC at sea level 150VAC @ 70,000 ft.|
|INSULATION RESISTANCE||5,000 MΩ min.|
6 oz. max per MIL-DTL-83513 (contact average is 3 oz.); Separation force is 5.0 oz. minimum.
Mate = 10 oz. X number of contacts maximum. Unmate = 10.5 oz. X number of contacts minimum.
|Shock and Vibration|
|VIBRATION||No damage or interruption detected (one microsecond sensitivity) when subjected to Method 2005, Test Condition IV of MIL-STD-1344.|
|SHOCK||No damage or interruption detected (one microsecond sensitivity) when subjected to Test Condition E. Method 2004 of MIL-STD-1344.|
|DURABILITY||No mechanical defects after 500 matings; Test criteria are mating force, contact resistance, contact engagement, and separation forces.|
|SALT SPRAY||No exposure of base metal or loss of performance after 96 hours for both Nickel and Cadmium plating.|
|Pin Contacts||Beryllium Copper (C17200) per ASTM B194.|
|Socket Contacts||Copper alloy (C21000) per ASTM B36 or leaded commercial bronze (C314000) per ASTM B140.|
|Contact Plating||Gold plated per MIL-DTL-45204D. 50 microinches min. is the standard thickness.|
|Insulator Material||Preferred material is Polyphenylene sulfide (PPS) per MIL-M-24519 or ASTM D5927 GST 40F. Color Black.|
* Indicates preferred standard *** Leave blank if no hardware required.
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