Amphenol FCI EconoStik Headers | New Product BriefApril 24, 2020 by Mouser Electronics
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Amphenol FCI EconoStik Headers
Amphenol ICC’s EconoStik 2.54-millimeter Headers are cost-effective unshrouded headers suitable for industrial applications. The headers have 0.64-millimeter square header pins that provide consistent and improved mating performance with different types of receptacles.
The contact and solder area have 1 micro inch gold plating and are rated for 50 cycles, making them an economical solution for applications with low mating cycle durability requirements. The headers have a high-temperature thermoplastic housing for use at up to 105°C, and they’re compatible with reflow processing to minimize assembly costs.
Headers are available in single and dual row configurations up to 72 positions, with through-hole and surface-mount terminations available with various mating and tail lengths. Amphenol ICC’s EconoStik 2.54-millimeter Headers are RoHS compliant, lead-free, and have UL and CSA approvals.
- 0.64mm square headers for consistent and improved mating performance with various receptacles
- Economical option: 1μin gold contact plating and tested to 50 mating cycles
- Housing Material: High-temperature thermoplastic (UL94V-0), black
- Reflow compatible
- Single and double row options up to 72 positions
- Through-hole and surface-mount
- Vertical or right-angle
- RoHS compliant, lead-free, UL and CSA approved
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