AVX’s Discrete Wire-to-Board Connector

Wednesday, May 17, 2017 @ 10:05 AM gHale


AVX Corporation released the STRIPT 9177-500 Series single IDC contacts for 12 – 18AWG wire-to-board terminations in harsh industrial, transportation, outdoor, and alternative energy applications.

These latest additions to the STRIPT family of UL-approved, insulator-less single contacts provide users with a solution for quickly, easily, and reliably terminating individual high-current or high-voltage solid or stranded wires onto a PCB using a gas-tight contact system.

Designed to support large wire gauges from a robustness and current rating perspective, the new 9177-500 Series single IDC contacts enable UL-certified wire-to-board connections up to 15A and 600V, and are built to withstand extreme temperatures, shock, and vibration.

The ultra-reliable cold-welded connections they enable are also compatible with potting and overmolding encapsulation processes, allowing users to further protect the electronics from extreme environmental conditions including water ingress.

For use in solar and other alternative energy systems, outdoor and transportation lighting, commercial building wiring and electrical systems, and industrial motor controls, drives, and pumps, each proven phosphor bronze IDC contact in the new 9177-500 Series features a redundant contact system for enhanced wire retention and high current-carrying capabilities, provides resilient, fatigue-resistant performance, and is dimensionally matched to 12, 14, 16, or 18AWG to ensure impregnable cold-welded connections between the wire and contact in harsh environment applications. 

The new STRIPT 9177-500 Series single IDC contacts for 12 – 18AWG solid or stranded wires feature phosphor bronze contacts with pure tin over nickel plating and are rated for 15A, 600VAC, temperatures spanning -40°C to +125°C, and three termination-cycle durability.

Click here for more information about AVX’s new STRIPT 9177-500 Series single IDC contacts for 12 – 18AWG wire-to-board terminations in harsh industrial, transportation, outdoor, and alternative energy applications.



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