TE Connectivity Economy Power Connectors | New Product BriefMarch 04, 2021 by Mouser Electronics
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TE Connectivity Economy Power Connectors
TE Connectivity’s Economy Power 2.5 connectors are a compact and comprehensive wire-to-wire and wire-to-board interconnect solution for densely packed PCBs in household appliances, HVAC, and industrial machinery.
The EP 2.5 series has a 2.5-millimeter centerline pitch and is offered with vertical and right-angle headers in single and dual row configurations with up to 40 positions. The connectors have a true locking latch on the housing and an optional TPA device to ensure mechanical and electrical reliability.
They’re rated for 250 volts AC at up to 4.2 amps and can operate from negative 55 to positive 105 degrees Celsius. Standard and low insertion force terminals are available, and the terminals are asymmetrical so they can only be inserted one way, ensuring quick and correct assembly.
TE Connectivity’s EP 2.5 series includes options that meet Glow Wire Test and UL 94 V-0 requirements.
- Compact: 2.5mm centerline pitch
- Vertical and right angle, single and dual row
- 2 to 40 positions
- Reliable connectivity
- Positive audible latch
- Optional TPA device
- Electrical: 250VAC, 4.2A max (single row)
- Low insertion force option: 3.5N (8.9N standard)
- Asymmetrical terminal can only be loaded the correct way
- Glow Wire material and UL 94 V-0 option available
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