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AMPHENOL ICC - FLM Series Zhaga Book 20 Connectors | New Product Brief

February 02, 2021 by Mouser Electronics

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AMPHENOL ICC - FLM Series Zhaga Book 20 Connectors

Amphenol FLM series are compliant with the Zhaga Book 20 standard, which specifies two-position connectors for smart lighting applications using the DALI-2 interface. 

The FLM series features a Poka Yoke design to ensure proper mating alignment and a low-profile dimple latch that provides secure mating while allowing for easy unmating. Finger-proof plugs are available with crimp socket contacts for high volume assembly or with tool-free poke-in terminations for easy field assembly. 

SMT receptacles are offered in right angle and vertical configurations for flexibility in wire-to-board applications and have molded alignment pegs to secure the connector during soldering, while a crimp socket receptacle allows for wire-to-wire installations. FLM series connectors are rated for up to 7A and 250V. 

  • 2 position separable interface with Poka Yoke features for proper mating 
    • Enables DALI-2 protocol 
    • Compliant with all Zhaga Book 20 specifications 
  • Integrated low-profile dimple latch for secure mating and easy unmating 
    • 5N minimum retention force 
  • Finger proof plug design 
    • Crimp socket contacts for high volume assembly 
    • Poke-in wire termination for field service/assembly 
  • SMT receptacles 
    • Right-angle and Vertical configurations 
    • Diamond-shaped alignment pegs 
  • Crimp socket receptacle for wire-to-wire applications 
  • Ratings: 
    • Current: 7A (with 18AWG wire) 
    • Voltage: 250V (AC/DC) 

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