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Tel : +44 1883 716161

Fax: +44 1883 716865

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Multicontact connectors

EPX series

Introduction .......... .. .. .... ....... .

Features ....... .... . ... .. .. ......... .

Exploded view of size 2 connector .... . .

Technical characteristics .... . ..... .. .. .

Weights . ...... . .... . ... . . . .. . ..... . . .

How to order ........................ .

Insert module dimensions . . ...... ..... .

Contact arrangements ............... .

EPX size 1

Connector mating guide ... ........... .

Receptacle shells . ... .. ....... . .. .. . . .

Plug shells .. .. . .. .. . . . ... ....... . ... .

Fully mated connector dimensions ..... .

Polarization ...... . .... .......... . . . .. .

Backshelis .. .... . ..... .. ........ . . . . .

Panel cut-outs

3

4

5

6

7

8-11

12

13

14-15

16-18

19-21

21

22

22-24

25

EPX size 2

Connector mating guide . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26-27

Receptacle shells . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28-30

Plug shells . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31-33

Fully mated connector dimensions . . . . . . 34

Polarization . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34-35

Backshells . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36-38

Panel cut-outs 39

EMI/RFI

Shell fitted with grounding spring fingers 40

Filtered version . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 41

Shell for panel conductive seal . . . . . . . . . . 42

Contacts

Crimp contacts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 43

PC tail termination contacts . . . . . . . . . . . . . 44

Wire wrap contacts . . .. . ... . .. .. ...... . 45

Coaxial contacts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 46-47

Concentric twin ax contacts ......... . .. . 47

Accessories ............ .. .......... . 48

Tooling . .. ..... . ... . ............. .. . . 49

Termination details

Crimp contacts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 50

Coaxial contacts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 51 -55

Concentric twinax contacts . . . . . . . . . . . . . 56

Tooling and assembly instructions

Mounting of insert module into the shell . . 57

Mounting of size 1 shell onto panel . . . . . . 58

Insertion and removal of contacts . . . . . . . 58

Mounting of size 2 backshell onto shells 59-62

Mounting of size 1 backshell onto shells 62

Modification of polarization code . . . . . . . . 63

Non standard products

Fiber optic application . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 64

Custom design . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 65

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Index of part numbers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 66

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Multicontact connectors

EPX series

The EPX connector is suitable for applications such as civil and military avionics, aircr~fts,

electronic defence systems.

telecommunications and

Suitable for rack and panel, cable to cable or on front panels replacing circular connectors, the EPX range is available in

two shell sizes.

Space saving and lightweight, EPX has been designed to conform to the UTE-C-93425 HE 510 specification.

The shell being manufactured from an aluminium alloy exhibits both strength and good shielding characteristics. To

improve EMI/RFI characteristics the connector can be fitted with EMI grounding spring fingers and insert modules with

filtered contacts.

The insert modules for pin or socket contacts of the EPX can be mounted into either plug or receptacle shells regardless of

gender and are easily removable with the use of a simple tool. This flexibility allows numerous combinations facilitating any

maintenance work, manufacture of prototype equipment, etc ....

Stacking of connectors is possible and optimizes the packing density of the contact. RADIALL can also upon request

realize any configuration of multiple cavity shells, for specific applications.

The modular concept of the EPX, while having good contact packing density offers the option of separating power

transmission from signal transmission and therefore avoiding crosstalk problems.

EPX uses contacts that are similar to those used in MIL-C-81659 B or ARINC 404 and benefits from rack and panel proven

reliability.

EPX is available in environmental and non-environmental styles with a large range of signal, power, coaxial and triaxial

contacts. Termination styles include crimp, PC tail and wire wrap, front release front removable signal contacts are

available.

Space comparison between a circular connector and an EPX connector :

EPX size 2:

80 contacts size 22

or 60 contacts size 20

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MIL-C-38999 size 21 : 79 contacts size 22

or 41 contacts size 20

15 50 +O ,ZO

-0. 10

(614 ~:~~~)

Mating area = connector area = 14 cm2

Plug area = 15 cm2

Receptacle area = 16 cm2 ~- ___ - - -

Mating area = 50 cm2 -------

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Multicontact connectors

EPX series

• Compact design provides high packing density and space saving.

• High contact density compared with MIL-C-38999 and other rectangular connectors.

• Low weight.

• Interchangeability of pin and socket insert modules between plug and receptacle

shells.

• Ease of assembly and removable insert modules allowing rapid and easy

maintenance.

• Two sizes of shells : with either 1 or 2 insert modules.

• Mounting styles : rack and panel, cable to cable or front panel mounting (alternative to

circular connectors).

• Protection against mismating provided by polarization keys offering up to 12

positions for size 2 connectors and 36 positions for size 1 connectors.

• Facility to separate power contacts from signal contacts.

• Metal shell and EMI grounding fingers offer EMI/RFI protection.

• Matihg and unmating of connectors by the use of jackscrews.

• Large range of contacts either front or rear removable.

• Use of MIL specification tooling.

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• Large range of shells, insert modules, backshells and accessories.

• Choice of environmental or non-environmental with either filtered or fiber optic

capability.

Items in this catalog are covered by French and foreign Patents and/or Patents pending.

EUR Patent no 0 183 587 - US Patent no 4 659 162

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Multicontact connectors

EPX series

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ITJ Shells, male (plug) and female (receptacle)

~ Insert modules environmental or non-environmental

for front or rear removable contacts

[3] Signal contacts size 22, 20, 16, 12. Termination crimp,

PC tail, wire wrap, coaxial size 5, 12 and 15,

concentric twinax size 5 and fiber optic contacts size

12 and 16.

[1) Retention clips for insert module

ffil Jackscrew sleeve with polarising keyway

[QJ Jackscrew

[1] Jacknut with polarising key

[ID Insert module removal tool

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ELECTRICAL CHARACTERISTICS

12

12

14

.075 (1 .9)

.134 (3.4)

23

17

• Insulation resistance (500 V de) :

• Dielectric withstanding voltage at sea level :

> 5000MQ

1500V/50Hz

• EM/ shielding efficiency (page 40) : > 80 dB at 1 GHz

I MECHANICAL CHARACTERISTICS

• Durability: 500 matings

• Shock: 1 shock in each axis

half-sinusoidal I amplitude 50g I duration 11 ms

• Sinusoidal vibration: 10-2000 Hz

acceleration 20 g I 4 H per axis I interruption < 1 fl.S

• Random vibration :

• Salt spray :

1 g 2 /Hz (50/2000Hz) I interruption < 1 fl.S

48, 96 or 500 H depending of shell plating

• Damp heat : 56 days I 95% RH

• Fluid immersion: EN2591 test C15

• Insert module retention :

• Contact retention :

• Mating force :

M/L-T-5624, H-5606, H-7100, L-6081, L-7808

size 22:

size 20:

size 16:

size 12:

size 5:

C-25769, A-8243, COOLANOL 25

shell size 1 :

shell size 2 :

> 40 daN (90 Lbs)

> 4,5 daN (10 Lbs)

> 6,7 daN (15 Lbs)

> 11 daN (25 Lbs)

> 11 daN (25 Lbs)

> 11 daN (25 Lbs)

< 10 daN (22 Lbs)

< 20 daN (42 Lbs)

• Coupling torque (jackscrew): 1.2 Nm (10.4 Lbs/inch)

ENVIRONMENTAL CHARACTERISTICS

• Temperature range : -65 · c to +155 ·c

• Temperature life :

MATERIALS AND PLATING

• Shell:

• Insert module :

• Seal:

• Contact:

• Backshell :

• Screw:

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• Clip·

1000 Hat +155 ·c

aluminum alloy nickel/cadmium

glass filled thermosetting resin

f/uorosilicone elastomer

copper alloy gold over nickel

aluminum alloy nickel/cadmium

stainless steel (48, 96 H salt spray)

aluminum alloy (500 H salt spray)

beryllium copper

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EPX 2 P 17 *

.. REFERENCE

617 900 .·

617911

Open Ty-Rap® backshe/1 (size 2)

617 911 001

617 922 003

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•. 9 (0.32)

16 (0.56)

0

8,4 (0.30)

Size 12

*Polarization and plating to be specified.

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The modular construction of the

EPX series permits 2 methods of

ordering :

Either by complete part number

(shell, insert modules fitted and

contacts) pages 8 - 9 or by defining

separate components (shell,

insert modules and contacts)

pages 10- 11.

EPX 1 R 11 X1 C

EPX 2 P 17 A N

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E 40 P Y ························X

E 14 S S E C3 S S X

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The modular construction of the

EPX series permits 2 methods of

ordering :

Either by complete part number

(shell, insert modules fitted and

contacts) pages 8 - 9 or by defining

separate components (shell,

insert modules and contacts)

pages 10- 11.

EPX 1 R 11 X1 C

EPX 2 P 17 A N

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The modular construction of the

EPX series permits 2 methods of

ordering :

Either by complete part number

(shell, :nsert modules fitted and

contacts) pages 8-9 or by defining

separate components (shell,

insert modules and contacts)

pages 10-11 .

EPX E 40 P

*Contact arrangement 0 is available under P/N EPX N 0 (class N without contact type specification)

Contacts (pages 43 to 47), backshells (size 1 page 23 - 24 ; size 2 page 36 to 38) and accessories (page 48)

are to be ordered separately.

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INSERT MODULE FOR SOCKET CONTACTS

Non environmental

9030

(. 366)

Environmental

9030

(. 366)

.....---.

.L__.I.

-

POLARIZING KEY

12 (.472)

'

INSERT MODULE FOR PIN CONTACTS

Non environmental

POLARIZING KEY

10060

( .417)

10 50

(.059)

10060

( .417)

rr- --

'-- -

POLARIZING KEY

Environmental

-----n

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12 (.472)

'

15050

( .610)

10 90

( .075)

-

,J--1 I_.,_

,l-1

'-- f-

POLARIZING KEY

15050

( .6 tO)

'

12 (.472)

t

12 (.472)

'

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PIN INSERT MODULES : MATING FACE

Termination styles available are shown in brackets.

40

40 cavities for size 22 signal contacts

30

700000001

boq,poooo'

~oogoooode

LU000000

30 cavities for size 20 signal contacts

28

22 cavities for size 22 signal contacts

6 cavities for size 16 signal contacts

or size 15 coaxial contacts

or size 16 optical contacts

17 '0 4 0000 1 05

110 70 100 0'

01

17

0 0 O.s ·,.0 0 cJ

14 cavities for size 20 signal contacts

3 cavities for size 12 signal contacts

or size 12 coaxial contacts

or size 12 optical contacts

(S,V,W,Y,YA)

(S)

(S,V,W,Y)

(S)

(S)

(S)

(S)

(S)

6

6 cavities for size 12 signal contacts

or size 12 coaxial contacts

or size 12 optical contacts

c 3 [o·Oo]

3 cavities for size 5 coaxial contacts

or size 5 concentric twinax contacts

with cavity reducer:

size 12 signal contacts

size 12 coaxial contacts

l

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0

blanking insert

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(S)

(S)

(S)

(S)

(S)

(S)

14

14 cavities for size 16 signal contacts

or size 15 coaxial contacts

or size 16 optical contacts

(S)

(S)

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The various components (backshells, plug shells, receptacle shells)

linked by the same coloured line may be coupled together.

Example: backshell617 907 mounts onto plug shell EPX 1 P 11 *as well

as the receptacle shell EPX 1 R 18 *.

Conversely, this plug shell will not mate with this receptacle shell.

*polarization and plating to be specified.

BACKSHELLS

PLUG SHELLS

RECEPTACLE

SHELLS

EPX 1 P 11 *

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EPX 1 B 12 *

BACKSHELLS

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00 00

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0 0 0 0

[_______)

617 921 003/004

EPX 1 P 19 * EPX 1 P 21 *

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18. 30 ±0. 10

(.720±.004)

2. 30 ±0. 10

( . 09 1 ± . 004 )

5 10 +0, 15

0

(. 200 \) 006)

ENVIRONMENTAL :

10 (. 394)

NON ENVIRONMENTAL

5 (. 197)

M 3 X 0,5 rf.. 3 10 +0, 10

'f.J • 0

l

18.30 ±0. 10

r

{.720±.004)

r33 . 80 ±0,20

(1.330±.008)

+----5-.-10--+~~.~1~5---------- 1~=----.

(. 200 \) 006) -+-----r'-'---Lol..---------------'l....L----'--',

2 HOLES + 004

(rj;. 122 o· l

I Model supplied with hexagonal nut I

Side or front panel mounting

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i------i

..., 16 +0, 20

-0, 10

(. 630 ~: ~~~)

ENVIRONMENTAL :

10 (. 394)

NON ENVIRONMENTAL

5 {. 197)

M 3 X 0. 5

8. 10 ±0. 50

(. 319± .020)

0

22 -0.30

0

( . 86 ;- . 0 12)

50, 10

Model supplied with hexagonal nut

Front panel mounting

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18. 30 ±0. 10

(. 720± .004) M 3 x o. s--++•

f---- 33' 80 ±0' 20

I (1 .330±.008)

16 +0.20

-0 10

0630~.·~~~:

5 10 +0' 15

' 0

(. 200 + 0006)

1

( .827)

ENVIRONMENTAL

10 (. 394)

NON ENVIRONMENTAL

5 (. 197)

18, 30 ±0. 10

(.720 ±.004)

M 3 X 0 ' 5 ____,-+--_,_.

NON ENVIRONMEN TAL :

5 (. 197)

M 3 X 0, 5

r

33,80

50, 10

( 1. 181

MAX

±0.20 1

(1 .330±.008)

16, 70

( 657)

t

16

•, 70

(. 657)

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r---j-+-----'--'-' 30 ( . 56 3 )

MAX

HEX SOCKET FOR

9/64 ALLEN KEY

~30[5631

12.60 ±0.25 MAX

(.496 ±.0 10)

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18 , 30 ±0 , 10

(. 720±. 004)

MAX PAt~EL

THICKNESS

1. 63 (. 064)

18,70 ±0.20

(.736 ±.008)

5, 10 +~, 1 5

(. 200 + 0006)

ENVIRONMENTAL :

10 (. 394)

NON ENVIRONMENTAL

5 (. 197)

4 HOLES M 2 x 0,40

C'SUNK go•

------

HEX SOCKET FOR ~.30 1.563)

9/64 ALLEN KEY MAX

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Model supplied with knurled slotted screws

Jackscrew is provided with a hex socket

and slot for tightening with a key or

screwdriver

* Polarization and plating to be specified

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50. 10 (.ZOO) MAX

* Polarization and plating to be specified

ENVIRONMENTAL :

10 (. 394)

NON ENVIRONMENTAL

5 (. 197)

¢ 7 --~----+--•

[¢ .Z75)

HEX SOCKET

IT,JO

FOR

9/64 ALLEN KEY

1.563)

ld!bl

MAX

10.65 +~, 10

( . 4 19 \) 004 )

* Polarization and plating

to be specified

ENVIRONMENTAL :

10 (. 394)

NON ENVIRONMENTAL

5 (. 197)

r--.- 5. 10

10.65 +~.

10

(. 4 19 + 0004)

M 3 X 0, 5

+0 15

( zoo + 0

50 1 0 ( . ZOO) MAX

~:

r JO [1181)d

0· _ --

006)

8 10.

MAX ( .3 19 ±.

h=l If . ~

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I

Nl

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M 3 X 0. 5

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16. 70

(.657)

t

0,50

OZO)

( .614

TOTAL PLAY :

¢ 0. 75 ±0. 05

[¢ 030± OOZ)

3~A~ 563)

bJ14.

~-~

'-..."-..

'-JI

~~

"'

"" '"-

PANEL

THICKNESS

15 60 +O.

. -0.

(. 614 + 008)

-.004

0

z -0. 10

(.079 _0004

zo

10

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* Polarisation and plating to be specified

I Model supplied with hexagonal nut I

Front panel mounting

50. 10 ( .200) MAX

[ill

11 .6541

M 3 X 0. 5

ENVIRONMENTAL :

10 (. 394)

NON ENVIRONMENTAL

5 (. 197) M 3 X 0, 5

5 10 +0. 15

c-- . 0 - -

10.65 +~, 10

(. 4 19 + 6004)

(.ZOO \)006)

* Polarisation and plating to be specified

NON ENVIRONMENTAL

5 (. 197)

M 3 X 0, 5

5 10 +0. 15

. 0 -

'- ( . zoo + 6

10 65 +O. 10

. 0

( . 4 19 + 6 004)

I

F1

~~

f--..1

r d

30 ( 1 181)

MAX

8.10

I

50. 10 (.ZOO) MAX

~:

J1

!=

0.50

±

(. 319±. 020)

16. 70

(. 657)

t

M 3 X 0. 5

i--30(1.181)l 12,60 ±O,Z5

MAX (.496±. 010)

IU II u 60

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tBi n ll

I

1--'

....... !:n:

16 , 70

(.657)

t .._ ........,

~~

•O zo

~ -0.10

( . 6 14 ~ : ~~~)

15

60 +0.20

-0. 10

( 614 ~: ~~~)

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4 HOLES M 2 x 0,40

C'SUNK 90'

ENVIRONMENTAL :

10 (. 394)

NON ENV IRONMENTAL

5 (. 197)

50 10 ( . 200) MAX

.•..

.·.· .. ·.· .. · .... ·.· ..

F'~rfNllmb~r ) ·. ····

~~XtB~iH •>·

* Polarization and plating to be specified

Model supplied with knurled slotted screws

Jackscrew is provided with a hex socket and

slot for tightening with a key or screwdriver

14 ,30 (.563)

r--- --r- MAX

10 65 +O, 10

0

(419\)004)

---+--+--- M 3 X 0 ' 5

Visual fully mated "indicator"

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I

t---

23,65 ±0.25

(.931 ±.010)

._______,._.___~J ---'---~

I

I

15 60 +

0· 20

' -0. 10

--r--

(. 614 ~: ~~~

Front panel mounting only

(except variant 31)

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The two polarizing keys fitted to extremities of the size 1 shell can each take 6 positions. This enables up to 36 different

codes.

The polarization code corresponds to a letter or a number determined by the indicator on the edge of the polarizing

keys. This code is carried over into the part number of the shell or complete connector in the column "polarization

code".

Example : in the drawing below, the position of the polarizing keys is N2 for the plug shell and N2 for the receptacle

shell. Tt)is polarization code allows these two shells to be mated.

To change the position of the polarizing keys see page 58.

PLUG SHELL

RECEPTACLE SHELL

.------- h:ll

32,50

280:1~

39L r

LJ:

( 1 . 535) 30 2' 50

[0981

2 HOLES

¢ X

~______J~

50

( 1. 969)

¢ 12

(. 472)

2.80

[~ ::J c

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6

( .236)

1 5,60

( .614)

Fitting the backshell, see page 66.

cadmium/nickel under plate 617 907 5.1

® Trade Mark ofThomas & Betts Corp.

For other platings, consult Radiall.

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13 (. 512)

ON FLATS

50 MAX

( 1. 969)

30

( 1. 18 1)

2 HOLES

¢ X

__l___L_______l _

34 '30

(1 . 350) 2,80

(. 110)

50

( 1. 969 )

35 50

(1 . 398)

2

(.079)

0 0 0

2. 50

( .098 )

______.J=4

_ ¢ 10

(. 394)

5 (. 1 97)

15 . 60

1-4-------t-( . 6 14 )

Fitting the backshell, see page 66.

· < < Partillirriber < x Oia

9~1M iJ fulrisR~ ~ Ji)1erpiCJ.le 61-rs66 3.1

cadmium/nickel underplate 617 908 5.1

For other platings, consult Radiall.

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l

Fitting the backshell, see page 66.

2 HOLES

¢ X

4 1~---

:~

50

( 1. 969)

L=l

.. I

15 . 60

( 614)

42

cadmium olive drab

617 921 003

ci drl1rum/nickel underpiaie. 617 921602

cadmium olive drab 617 921 001

For other platings, consult Radiall.

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34

(1.338) 5(.197)

2

( .079)

0 0 0

34.30 2 80 J

'I

I~ 50 y I

2 HOLES ~II .969)-----2:J

¢ 5. 20(,205)

2 HOLES

M 2 X 0,40

1

16. 10 ( .634) MAX

28,50

(1 .122)

L_

L 49,60_j

S-u-ita-b-le-fo-r -sh-el-l s-ty-le-s-23_ a_n_d -31-. ---,~

48

( 1. 89 0) 4 30

(. 169)

( 1. 953)

11' 35

(. 447)

4 VIS M 2 x

y

4VIS

M 2 X 0, 40

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16 .20 ~­

(. 638)

I

- -

I

Plating

'\

l

This model permits attachment of cable braids onto the finger strip of the backshell using heatshrink

solder sleeves (supplied with the backs hells).

For other platings, consult Radial!.

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FIXED MOUNTING ON FRONT OF PANEL (except shell variant 13 and 31)

B

f

30. 10 MIN

~-----.>-----~ A

( 1 . 185 ) 2

+ R.2 MAX

C0 4 7 2 9M~

....._------,.---------.J

14.40 MIN

(. 567) ( 1. 653)

HOLES ¢ 3. 10 ~0 · 10 ( . 122 ~ · 004 )

I fit I ¢ 0' 10 ( . 004) @ I A I B I

FLOAT MOUNTING ON FRONT OF PANEL (shell variant 13 only)

B

t

+----

15 . 30 MIN

(.602 )

31 MIN

( 1 .220)

~----~____,A

R.Z MAX

R. 079 MAX)

42

( 1. 653) _ ___,

SIDE MOUNTING FOR RECEPTACLE SHELL WITHOUT FLANGE (shell variant 12)

*-

-,---t___,___: 2 HOLES ¢ 7 ±0 . 05 ( . 276 ±. 002 )

I fit I ¢ 0' 10 ( . 004) @ I A I B I

32. 50±0. 10 2 HOLES ¢ 3, 10 +0. 10 (. 122 +. 004)

i :, fi_L ZBO±

004

\J[ OR M3 ~ 0, 5 THREA~

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" '

I 1 1 I

'- .::. -'1 l~o. -'

-+------·-------------"

15.80 MIN

(. 622)

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The various components (backshells, plug shells, receptacle shells) linked

by a line may be coupled together.

Example : plug shell EPX 2 P 19 * will only mate with receptacle shell

EPX 2 R 18 *.

*Polarization and plating to be specified.

BACKSHELLS

-

PLUG SHELLS

RECEPTACLE SHELLS

~L----E-PX-~~1-2_*~~

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EPX 2 B 12 *

L-----L....r"\'--__ ?

BACKSHELLS

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I

EPX 2 B 14 * I EPX 2 R 18 *

'L..------,

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18, 30 ±0, 10

(.720 ± 004)

5. 10 ~0, 15

1,=75 ,80 ±0.20 ~

(2.984 ±.008)

74 ±0, 10

( 2 . 9 13 ± . 004 )

Fixed by two clearance holes

Rack or cable version

2. 55 ±0, 10

( . 100 ± . 004)

NON ENVIRONMENTAL

5 ( 197)

4 HOLES

¢3, 1 ~0 , 10

( ¢ . 1 22 ~ 004 )

················· P~ ifNJM!j;W •••···············

* Polarization and plating to be

specified

18 ,30 ±0. 10

(. 720 ±. 004)

5. lO ;o. 15

-

( . zoo ~. 006)

NON ENVIRONMEN TAL

5 ( 197)

2 HOLES

¢3, 1 ~0, 10

(¢ . 122 ~ 004 )

Part Number

EPX2_B 12 *

~

* Polarization and p lating t? be

specified

I

7 4 ±O · 25 .-------~~ -~ ENVIRONMENTAL

(2.913 ±.010)

13.2281

M 5 X 0,8

r--------- 88 (3 .464) ------~

MAX

r

_______ (75 , 80 ±0' 20 ------~-.ll

2.984 ±.008)

~~

--u;;;;;;;;;;;v \ I

I~ 74 ±0,25 ___ ___,:-.li~ENTAL

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10 (. 394)

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16 10 +O,ZO

' -0, 10

( . 6 30 ~ : ~~~)

(2.913 ±.010) 10 (.394)

I

I

13. zz8l

88 (3.464)

MAX

M 5 X 0 8

~~

~

Fixed by two clearance holes

Rack or cable version

I

\

\

.,

1

I

I

0

22 -0 30

0 .

(.866t

-.012)

20

16, 10 ~~·

10

( . 630 ~. 0 08

.004)

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Th


18,30 ±0, 10

( . 7 20 ± . 004)

5. 10 ~0, 15

-

( .200 ~ 006)

NON ENVIRONMENTAL

5 (. 197)

2 HOLES

I

______

.--

r

75. 80 ±0. 20 --------~1 Fixed

(2. 984 ± . 008)

I

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M 3 X 0, 5

~

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18 , 30 ±0 . 10

(. 720 ± 0 004)

16

(. 630)

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plating to

5 10 +0, 15

. 0 -

( . 200 ~ . 006)

NON ENVIRONMENTAL

5 (. 197)

2 HOLES

¢ 3 . 1 ;o. 10

l

~

~~

16=» \ I :=1

I

by 2 threaded holes

Rack or cable version

ENVIRONMENT A L

10 (. 394)

74 ±0. 25 -------~=~1 16 10 •0. zo

(2 .913 ±.010) . -0. 10

I

I

I

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I

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13.2281

88 (3 .464)

MAX

------- 75,80 ±0.20

(2 . 984 ± . 008)

1

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M 5 X 0 8

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74 ~Z5

2 .913 ±.010

-

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-

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- .004

E NV IRONMENT AL

10 (. 394)

\ I

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22

( .866t

0

-0.30

0

-.0 12)

N.B. : for a recept acle shell

without flange fix ed by 2

threaded holes, us e the P/N

EPX 2 R 14 *

Cable version

HEX SOCKET FOR

9/64 ALLEN KEY

(¢. 122 ; 004)

* Polarization and plating to be

specified

~------88 (3.464)

MAX

16 10 +

0· 20

. -0, 10

(.630 ~ ~~~)

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18, 30 ±0, 10

( . 720 ±. 004)

75.80 ±0.20~

1,=(2.984 ±.008)

7 4 ±0 • 10 * Polarization and plating to be

(2 . 9 13 ±. 004 l specified

5

10 +0 . 15

. 0

~w z. 55 ±0. 10

(. 200 ~. 006) +----r----'rlib~

(. 100 ±.004)

NON ENVIRONMENTAL

5 (. 197)

4 HOLES

¢3, 1 ~0. 10

(¢ . 122 ~.004)

4 HOLES M 2 x 0.40

C'SUNK 90 •

74 ±0,25

~---- (2 . 913 ±.010)

M 5 X 0, 8

88 (3.464) -----~

~------ MAX

ENVIRONMENTAL

10 (. 394)

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16 10 +0.20

' -0, 10

( . 6 30 ~ : ~~~)

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Cable version

15 60 +

0· 20

. -0 . 10

[. 6 14 ~ : ~~~}

2 HOLES

¢3. 1 ~0. 10

M 5 X 0.8 [¢. 122 ~ . 004}

NON ENVIRONMENTAL

5 [. 197)

-

r

(.6·lO)

l

+0. 10

10.65 0

{.419 ~.004}

15 60 +

0· 20

. -0. 10

[ . 6 14 ~ : ~~~}

I

NON ENVIRONMENTAL

4. 8 (. 189)

74 +0 - . 25

[2.9 13 ±.010)


~

r~J[=¢~

'---

\

* Polarization and plating to be

specified

HEX SOCKET FOR

ENVIRON MENTAL ALLEN KEY 9/64

10 [ .394}

I

5 10 +0, 15

. 0 -

[ . zoo ~ . 006)

~------ 89 (3. 504) --------~

MAX

[][]

13. 228~------.-j

r

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74 +0 - . 25

(2.913 ±.010)

Rack version

Z FLOATING EYELETS

¢ 3 . 1 ~o. 10 (¢. 122 ~ .004)

TOT AL PLAY :

¢ 0.75±0.05 (¢.030± .002

ENVIRONMENTAL

9. 8 {. 386)

* Polarization and plating to be

specified

10.50 ±0.25

(.413 ±.010)

-

]

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r~Jl=¢~

u

\

[

15.95 ±0. 15

( 628 ±. 006)

I \

~

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15 60 +

0· 20

' -0, 10

(.614 ~ : ~~~)

1-4--------88 {3 . 464 ) ______ ~

MAX

00

13.2281

r

2 HOLES

¢3, 1 ~0, 10

(¢. 122 ; .004)

Rack version

* Polarization and plating to be

specified

5, 10 ~ 0 , 15

( .ZOO 0006)

-+---+--.--__J__

10, 65 ~ 0 ·

10

(. 419 ~ . 004)

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Rack version

2 FLOATING DEVICE M 3 x 0, 5

THREAD DEEP:7. 50 (.295)

TOTAL PLAY:

¢ 0,75±0 , 05 {¢ .030±.002)

* Polarization and plating to be

specified

NON ENVIRON MET AL

10 ' 40 (. 409)

74 ±0 . 25

(2 .913 ±.0 10)

ENV IRONMENTAL

15' 40 ( . 606)

COMPR E SSIO~

2. 50 MAX

(. 100 MAX

10,50±0. 25

(.413 ±.0 10)

0, 30 ±0, 10

(.012±.00(

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15 . 60 ~~ : ~~

( . 6 14 ~ : ~~~)

~------ 88 (3.464)--- -------l­

MAX

[][]

13 .228 I M 5 X 0.8

r

NON ENVIRONME N T AL 74 +0 - ' 25

(2 . 9 13 ±. 0 10)

5 (. 197)

5. 10 ;o ' 15

-

...n=n_

06)

(. 200 6 °

10 65 +O ' 10

' 0

(. 419 ; . 004)

5 60 +0,20

' - 0. 10

. 614 ~: ~~~)

-:--

r_L

NtJJ[:6~

R W

B

M 5 X 0, 8

? s

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2 HOLES

¢3. 1 ~0 , 10

004

1¢ . 122 ~ -

)

Cable version

* Polarization and plating to be

specified

ENVIRON MENTAL

10 (. 394)

Q

I

13

(. 512)

2 HOLES

\

L..::..J

¢3 . 1~0. 1 0

1¢ . 122 ~

004 )

4 HOLES M 2 x 0,40

C'SUNK go •

For mounting of 617 922 002

Ty-Rap backshell

74 ±0,25

NON ENVI RONMENT AL F(Z.913 ±.010)

5 (. 197)

.--- -

16

( .630 )

HEX SOCKET FOR

ALLEN KEY 9/.6 4

* Polarization and plating to be

specified

EN VI RONMENTAL

10 (. 39 4)

I

10 65 +O.

' 0

10

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5 10 +0. 15

' 0

( . 4 19 ; . 004) Visual fully mated indicator ( . zoo ~. 006)

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Rear panel mounting

Front panel mounting

13,35 ±0,25

(. 526 ±. 0 10)

L_

The polarization of size 2 shells is realised by a central polarizing key provided with 6 flats.

I

23,65 ±0,25

(.931 ±.010)

_j

The polarizing indicator is a lug on the jacknut and jackscrew sleeve with a keyway. This indicator shows the

polarization co·de .

This code represented by a letter, is marked on the side of the shell.

For the polarization code, the indicator is aligned to the corner of the polarizing Hex (A, B, C, D, E, F codes) or to a

flat (N, R, W, X, Y, Z codes) .

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The code is carried over into the part number of the shell or the complete connector in the column "polarization code".

To change the polarizing position please see page 63.

Polarizing key P/N page 48.

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Polarization code is marked on the shell.

A, B, C, D, E, F polarization code

The polarizing indicator is aligned to the corner of polarizing hex.

E

polarizing hex.

PLUG SHELL 0

B

A

0

c

This position for polarizing

allows mating of the two shells.

In this example, polarization

position is F.

polarizing indicator

RECEPTACLE 0

SHELL

polarizing indicator

N, R, W, X, Y, Z polarization code

The polarizing indicator is aligned to the flat of polarizing hex.

PLUG SHELL 0

B

B

B polarizing hex.

E

c

D

polarizing hex.

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A

0

0

polarizing indicator

This position for polarizing

allows mating of the two shells.

In this example, polarization

position is N.

0

v

polarizing indicator

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cl·;----(2-.9-i_3) _-_----------~---JI

34,50 ~~--

0--------~ 0 ~ 1

( 1. 358)

I .t==Lc::-======::::=::::J.....~~rc::=::T"l"""L-=========jj

( .051)

35 MAX

( 1. 378) 26.50

( 1. 043)

r----- 63,50

(2 . 500 ) __ _.-..J

(2.913) 74 _____

6, 50

(. 256)

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15,60

(. 614)

platings, consult Radiall.

6

(. 236)

1' 30

( .051 )

-- 2 CAVITIES FOR

SEPARATION OF CIRCUITS

015, 60

(. 614)

Fitting the backshell , see page 59.

For other pi a r Jngs, consul Radiall.

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46 MAX

( 1.811)

26.50

( 1.043)

1' 30

( .051)

I

48.5 MAX

¢ 10

(. 394)

74

(2 . 913)

Z CAVITIES FOR

SEPARATION OF CIRCUITS

(Z . 9 13 l .------:.---r--__.__. - - I r-- - - I

26. so I I I I

( 1. 043)

15.60

( .6 14)

Fitting the backs hell, see page 60 .

. . ... ... . -.·.-.-....

.. )< Partnultlbel- >>>

>_._ y~df1lilJ&tbi~ k~' ••wF~ e fP 1 •~~~ •••••••••••• < s h. 9o2 •.>•····· ·.

For other platings, consult Radiall.

2,80

(. 110)

F-

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7

(. 276)

¢ 15.60

( 614)

1' 30

(. 051)

¢ 10

(. 394)

Z CAVITIES FOR

'--- SEPARATION OF CIRCUITS

015,60

(. 614)

Fitting the backshell, see page 61.

Plating

Part number

cadmium/nickel underplate 617 903

For other platings, consult Radiall.

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t5C

29

( l . 161)

t=J

1. 30

(.051)

16. 10

(. 63 4) MAX

28 .50

(1. 122)

+

-.,.......

0

r--

0 0

"

~ ~

74 00

(2. 913)

2

( .079)

0 0 0 0 0

r-. r-.

L--...J

](Q)[

87 50

4,30 ( 3 .445)

(. 169)

" " " " " " " "

5 (. 1 97)

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~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~

~

· 0

r---

-

15.60

(. 614)

Fitting the backshell, see page 62.

15,30

(.602) ~-

0

I Suitable for shell styles 22 and 32.

4 VIS M 2 x

This model permits attachment of cable braids onto the finger strip of the backshell using heatshrink

solder sleeves (supplied with the backs hells}.

For other platings, consult Radial I.

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FIXED MOUNTING ON FRONT OF PANEL (except shell variant 13 and 17)

16.40 MIN

(. 646 )

76,20 MIN

~--------~------------~~ A

(3 .000)

2 HOLES¢ 3. 10 ~ 0 . 10 ( . 1 22 ~ · 004)

R . 1 . 8 ( 0 7 1 ) MAX

OR M3 x 0, 5 THREAD

I ~ I ¢ 0' 1 0 ( . 004 ) (@ I A I 8 I

82

(3.228 )

FLOAT MOUNTING ON FRONT OF PANEL (shell variant 13 and 17 only)

77 MIN

A f--..-11-----------------------~

(3. 03 1)

17,20 MIN

(. 677)

R. 1. 8 (. 071) MAX

82

(3 . 228)

2 HOLES ¢ 3, 10 ~0. 10 ( 122; . 004)

OR M3 x 0.5 THREAD FOR

FLOAT MOUNTING ON REAR

OR FRONT PANEL

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2 HOLES ¢ 3, 10 ~0 · 10 (. 122 ~ · 004 )

FOR FLOAT MOUNT ING SPRING

LOADED ON REAR PANEL

I~ I ¢ 0. 10 (@ I A I 8

SIDE MOUNTING FOR RECEPTACLE SHELL WITHOUT FLANGE (shell variant 12 and 32 only)

74±0, 10

(2. 9 13±. 004)

cr- -;- ~ ;

15,80 MIN

(. 622 )

: - . - - - - - - - - - - - .:- - ' I 2 HOLES ¢ 3' 10 ~0' 10 (. 122 ~. 004 )

The Qualit y Connection

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A grounding spring fingers fitted to each plug shell cavity provides excellent EMI/RFI integrity between

mated plugs and receptacles.

This configuration is available for both plug shell sizes and all shell variants.

! 111111 1 1111 1 11 1111 1 1 1 1 111111~ ~"'"""'"···' '"·~lllllllllllllllllllllllllr~~ ~~~~~~~ ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ ~~~r

fmgers

CHARACTERISTICS

Shielding effectiveness :

Electrical continuity between shell :

Durability :

Grounding spring fingers material :

ATTENUATION CURVE

* Shell variant, polarization and plating to be specified

0

m

-10

~

C/) -20

C/)

w

z

-30

w

> -40

i=

u

w

u.. -50

u..

w -60

C)

z

-70

0

_J

w -80

I

C/)

___ ,..

-90 ~ r-

-100

.5

> 80 dB at 1 GHz

< 1 mQ

500 matings

Beryllium copper, tin over nickel underplate

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____..-"'

v

/\ r., v

_,

FREQUENCY (GHz)

1

10

HOW TO ORDER

Version identified by the letter "H " in the column "shell type" (page 8 or 1 0).

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Filtered EPX connectors provide a convenient method of preventing transmission of unwanted electromagnetic

interference through input/output cables.

To realise this function, RADIALL use and has a special expertise in two technologies :

- Tubular filters : assembly of inductive/capacitive components on the contact,

- Array filters : assembly of inductive/capacitive components in array.

CHARACTERISTICS

Operating voltage :

Dielectric withstanding voltage :

Insulation resistance :

Temperature range :

Electronic structure :

Tubular

200V

500V

> 10 000 MQ (200 V cc)

-55°C I +125°C

Pi

Others structures available on request. Consult Radiall.

TYPICAL ATTENUATION CURVES FOR DIFFERENT CAPACITANCE VALUES

0

-10

-20! ........_

6 -40

~

~ - 50

w

~ - 60 '

-70 I

-80

1

0

- 10

-20

I

m -30

m - 3o

"'-

"'-

z

0 -40

I

~

::>

z -50

w I

~ -60

I

-70;

TUBULAR FILTERS

~ r--- :-.

1'---. 'r--

I

"~

I

I

I

ARRAY FILTERS

I ~ 1--r-

t-

..........

I

r-....

I

I

r---. !'--

r--..... ........_

I' I'

" L 1 0 000 MQ (1 00 V cc)

-55°C I +125°C

Pi

-80

10 100 1000

FREQUENCY (MHz)

HOW TO ORDER

Consult RADIALL.

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This version accepts a conductive seal fitted into a peripheral groove which provides an environmental

seal and electrical continuity between shell and panel.

GROOVE FOR

CONDUCTIVE 0 'RING

Connector supplied without conductive seal.

Conductive seal:

HOW TO ORDER

574 01 020 shell size 1 (page 49).

574 01 021 shell size 2 (page 49).

Version identified by the letter "G" in the column "shell type" (page 8 or 1 0).

GROOVE FOR

CONDUCTIVE 0 'RING

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22

reduced

crimp barrel

28

30

Pin 617 201

Socket 617 301

[j]

,. E{]

rn

[j]

IbM ••

rn

green

green

white

white

40

28

s

16

12

16

18

20

12

14

CABLING TOOLS PART NUMBER

Pin 617 240

Socket 617 340

Pin 617 250

Socket 617 350

[j]

~

[j]

C3DIJ

blue

blue

yellow

yellow

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28

14

17

6

C3*

• with cavity

reducer

Italic : MIL part number - Bold : RADIALL part number

s

s

282 891

282 892

12

M22520/1- 01

282 291

M22520/1-02

282 972

(all plastic)

282 547

(all plastic)

282 547

282 945

Termination of crimp contacts page 50.

Installation and removal of crimp contacts from insert module page 58.

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REAR REMOVABLE CONTACT*

22

Pin 617 205

==:C:UII==:JI==i

¢o. 635

40 3,2±0,6 282 890

y

X

PLUG SHELL

lr1.15

11_0451

---

~

=

5, 10

(.ZOO)

5.80 ±0,05 10.55

RECEPTACLE SHELL

'"'iT

I, 15

X

18,30 5.80 ±0.05

P.C.

BOARD

SPACER

!.228±.002) (.419) (.720) !.Z28± .002 )

* See also "non standard products" page 66.

Installation and removal of signal PC tail contacts from insert module see page 58.

3

1.100 x

PRINTED CIRCUIT GRID PATTERN

2, 54 X 3 =[[ill ¢ 3. 10 ~0 , 10

~,.-;-w 13 2281 °

=I .Joo ll _ rill~Jtl¢ _122 +.oo4 1

~~ l+l¢0,10 100411

+---+---+-----«~ 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

~ _ ~o_o~o_o~ _

~ 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 SIZE 1

_.___ ____ ___,00000000~

I ----------¢ 0, 75 MIN

Uncontrolled Copy

2. 54 x 9 = 22.86 1¢ .030 MINI

1+1¢ 0 91

¢ 0. 75 MIN

I¢ .030 MIN)

1~1¢ o @I

¢10.5MIN

1¢ .4 13MIN)

¢ 3 10 +0. 10

. 0

1¢ . 1ZZ ; . 004 )

I~ l¢o. 10 Loo4l I

SIZE 2

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

2.54x9=l22,86l ~

( . 100x9=[}Q9] )

2. 54x9= lzz. 851

[If]

[ill]

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22 socket 617 303

II

1

ip 0, 60x0, 60

40 11 ,6±0,5

282 948 v

22 Pin 617 204

=tJO:i:=::O• 'i!!I!!EJ!E3-oc{c{

ip 0, 60x0. 60

40 14,15±0,5

282 948 w

PLUG SHELL

H-

4,70 j 5, 10

(. 185) (.ZOO)

X 10, 65

(. 419)

,...--

RECEPTACLE SHELL

--

u-

4, 70

(. 185)

18,30 X

(.720)

Rear removable wire wrap contacts are supplied with a plastic anti-rotation device.

Installation and removal of signal wire wrap contacts from insert module page 58.

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---;

Pin 617102

m [TI[[J

RG142

A

5 RG223 C3 s

page 51

KX23

Socket 617 002

I I

m D

5

12

Pin 617 104 --=3

m [TI[[J

RG178

B

C3 s

KX21 page 52

Socket 617 004

I I

l[] m

Pin 617160 D

[):::::=::::::i

c:::1D==J 6

Semi·rigid 17 c

.085 C3* s

page 53

C1D

D

''With cavity

Socket 617 060 ==Ll reducer

Uncontrolled Copy

CABLING TOOL PART NUMBER

Italic : MIL part number - Bold : RADIALL part number

*Consult RADIALL for all other cables.

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15

RG178

KX21 s. T.

Pin 617131

Socket 617031

0[] ICJJ=:=3

LOIID

milJD=::=J

i!lc=JI

OJ

28

14

s

02

page 54

15

Semi-rigid

.047

Pin 617135

Socket 617 035

* See also "non standard products" page 66.

CABLING TOOL PART NUMBER

0

Uncontrolled Copy

0

28

14

s

03

page 55

Italic : MIL part number - Bold : RADIALL part number

CABLING TOOL PART NUMBER

Italic : MIL part number - Bold : RADIALL part number

Insertion/eXtraction tool

metallic body plastic body

*Consult RADIALL for all other cables.

RADIALL ®

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CAVITY SEALING AND FILLER PLUG

5

5

DUST CAPS

CAVITY REDUCER

pin contact

pin and socket

contact

rear

rear

non environmental White 617 930

environmental Red 925-05-450

CONDUCTIVE SEAL

for shell with panel seal groove

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COD

socket

cavity

617 941

shell size 574-01-021

2

0

POLARIZING KEYS for shell size 2

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CRIMP TOOLS

M22520/1-01

M22520/2-01

M22520/4-01

M22520/5-01

282 291

282 281

282 292

282 293

POSITIONERS for crimp tools

INSERTION/EXTRACTION TOOL for contacts

M22520/1-02

M22520/2-08

M22520/2-23

282 560

282 572

282 578

282 972

282 971

282 970

DIE SET for crimp tool

M22520/5-05 282 246

282 556

Insert module EXTRACTION TOOL

282 521

METALLIC BODY TOOLS

282 512

282 880

282 881

282 929

282 946

282 945

PLASTIC BODY TOOLS

M81969/1-01 282 885

M81969/1-02 282 886

M81969/1-03 282 546

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282 890

282 891

282 892

282 538

282 948

ALL PLASTIC BODY

282 547

282 548

SPIGOT WRENCH FOR POLARIZING KEYS

SPIGOT WRENCH FOR BACKSHELLS

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1 See table for correct stripping dimensions.

2 Insert stripped wire into contact crimp barrel.

3 Use correct crimp tool and positioner (see table).

4 Insert contact and wire into positioner.

5 Squeeze tool handles firmly and completely.

RADIALL

22

reduced crimp

barrel

16

12

617 201

617 301

617 240

617 340

617 250

617 350

CABLING TOOL PART NUMBER

28

30

0,093

0,055

1,4

4

3,5

5

16

1,34

18

0,93

2,6

6

20

0,6

12

3,18

8

3,4

6

14

1,91

7

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M22520/2-01

282 281

M22520/2-08

282 971

M81969/1-02

282 886

282 881

M81969/1-02

282 886

282 891

12

M22520/1-01

282 291

M22520/1-02

282 972

(all plastic)

282 547

(all plastic)

282 547

282 945

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Cables: RG58, RG141, RG142, RG223, KX23

For center contact :

Use crimp tool282 281 (M22520/2-01)

selector 6 : RG58

selector 8: RG141, RG142, RG 223, KX23

Use positioner 282 572

For body:

Use crimp tool 282 293 (M22520/5-01)

Use die set 282 246 (M22520/5-05)

Hex A (5,4 I flats)

For environmental version, slide sealing boot over

cable before stripping

1 Strip cable to dimensions.

2 Slide ferrule A on cable.

Introduce ferrule B under braid(s).

Strip center conductor.

3 Slide center contact onto conductor. Ensure conductor

is visible through side hole.

Crimp contact using correct crimp tool and positioner.

Slide ferrule A over braid until it butts against ferrule B.

4 Push home the cable assembly into body.

Crimp body in the indicated area.

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5 (.197) ± 0.3 (.012)

,.. ..1

12.5 (.492) ± 0.3 (.012)

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Crimping area

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Cables: RG174, RG178, RG180, RG316, KX21, KX22

For center contact :

Use crimp tool 282 281 (M22520/2-01)

selector 6 : RG180, RG178, KX21

selector 7: RG174, RG316, KX22

Use positioner 282 572

For body:

Use crimp tool 282 293 (M22520/5-01)

Use die set 282 246 (M22520/5-05)

Hex A (5,4 I flats)

For environmental version, slide sealing boot over

cable before stripping

1 Strip cable.

2 Slide ferrule over braid until it butts against sheath.

Fold braid over ferrule.

Trim braid .

Trim dielectric.

3 Slide rear insulator on dielectric until it butts against

braid.

Slide center contact over conductor until it butts

against rear insulator. Ensure conductor is visible

through side hole.

Crimp contact using correct crimp tool and positioner.

4 Push home the cable assembly into the body.

Crimp body in the indicated area.

1 ~9 (.354) + g ~ 2 01

0

1.3 (. 051) - 02(006) 4.5 (.177)

Side hole

.. ,1 ~ ~ Ferrule

~~ :)

Rear insulator

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Crimping area

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Semi-rigid cables: .085, .047

For center contact :

Use soldering iron

For body:

Use soldering iron

UT .85 CABLE

1 Strip cable.

2 Slide ferrule over cable.

3 Slide center contact over conductor.

Solder the center contact maintaining dimension

shown.

UT .047 CABLE

FERRULE FOR UT . 08 5 CABLE

FERRULE FOR UT .047 CABLE

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4 Push home the cable assembly into the body.

Slide ferrule fully forward.

Solder the ferrule and cable in the body.

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Cables: RG174, RG179, RG316, KX22

For center contact :

Use crimp tool 282 281 (M22520/2-01)

selector 3

Use positioner 282 578

For the ferrule :

Use crimp tool 282 292 (M22520/4-01)

Use positioner 282 556

Use extraction tool 282 512

1 Strip cable.

2 Slide ferrule on cable.

Comb braid(s).

3 Introduce conductor into center contact.

Insert contact into correct crimp tool with positioner

and qimp contact.

4 Push home the assembly into the body.

Press braid(s) over grooved barrel.

Slide ferrule over braid.

Crimp ferrule.

For center contact :

Use crimp tool (M22520/2-01)

selector 1

Use positioner 282 578

1 Strip cable.

2 Slide ferrule on cable.

Comb braid(s) .

3 Introduce conductor into center contact.

Insert contact into correct crimp tool with positioner

and crimp contact.

4 Push home the assembly into the body.

Press braid(s) over grooved barrel.

Slide ferrule over braid.

Crimp ferrule.

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Cables : RG178, KX21 S.T., KX 21 D.T.

3.2 (. 126)

~

4.8 (.189) 4 (. 157)

~ -- Jt i4 . Jt i

-t-lOJIDfJ ---t

JC 0.5 (. 020)

For the ferrule :

Use crimp tool 282 292 (M22520/4-01)

Use positioner 282 556

Use extraction tool 282 512

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4.8 (.189) 4.5 (.177)

I~ Jt l 4 ~ I

Single braid ferrule

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* ::m ==-== . ~ -

Double braid ferrule

~ED : 111 ~ w ~ ----w-~

~0.5(.020)

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Semi-rigid cable : .047

For center contact :

Use soldering iron

For the ferrule :

Use soldering iron

Use extraction tool 282 512

1 Strip cable.

2 Slide ferrule on cable.

3 Solder center contact.

4 Push home assembly into body.

Slide forward ferrule .

Solder ferrule and cable into body.

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Cables : PAN 6421, M 17176100002

For center contact :

Use crimp tool282 281 (M22520I2-01)

selector 3

Use positioner 282 560

For the ferrule :

Use crimp tool 282 293 (M22520/5-01)

Use die set 282 246 (M22520/5-05)

Hex B (4,5 I flats)

For body:

Use crimp tool 282 293 (M22520I5-01)

Use die set 282 246 (M22520I5-05)

Hex A (5,4 I flats)

1 Strip the cable.

Comb braids after stripping off the high immunity

shield.

Trim the two conductors.

Twist the braid at the end to reduce entry diameter.

2 Slide ferrule on braid until it butts against sheath .

Fold braid over ferrule.

Trim braid.

Strip the two conductors.

3 Slide the rear insulator on first conductor until it butts

against the braid.

Position the second conductor in the rear insulator

slot.

Slide center contact over the first conductor until it

butts against the rear insulator. The conductor should

be visible through the side hole.

Crimp center contact using the correct crimp tool and

positioner.

4 Slide the ferrule over the rear insulator.

5 Slide cable a·nd crimped center contact into insulator,

then push home the assembly into the intermediate

contact, ensuring that the second conductor is aligned

with the slot.

Introduce the second conductor into the slot and slide

the ferrule over the intermediate contact.

Crimp ferrule ensuring first that the second conductor

is aligned with the flat of the crimp die.

6 Slide intermediatli contact into the insulator, then push

home the assembly into the contact body.

Crimp body.

When crimping, squeeze body slightly in the crimp die

in the indicated area, then push lightly on the cable to

ensure that all the piece parts are fully home complete

crimp.

After assembly inspect dimensions

2 (.079)

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1st conductor (white)

~==~;~~~~~~on the center contact

Rear insulator

Ferrule

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The ferrule and the 2nd conductor

must free the contact shoulder

·& . .

~ + -- ~

- Push the cable I [

1.----t 4.5 ( 177) :!: 0 3 ( 012)

Crimping area

2nd conductor on the

intermediate contact

m i Die'

@

2nd conductor facing

hexagonal flat

Outer contact

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The insert module is assembled into the rear of the

shell by hand.

Rear shell view

1 Lir.e up the orientation key of the insert module with

the shell cavity keyway.

2 Offer the insert module into the shell cavity.

3 Push the insert module squarely into the shell until the

retention clips engage.

4 Ensure that the insert module is fully retained by

applying slight pressure to the front face.

Shell

Use extraction tool 282 521.

1 Position the tines of the tool into the two grooves of the

insert module.

2 Insert the tool as far as it will go to release retention

clips.

3 From the mating face, push insert module with fingers

un~il insert module moves back slightly.

4 Remove tool from shell, leaving insert module partially

extracted .

5 Push insert module from the mating face completely

out of the rear of the shell.

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Front shell view

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Use spanner 5.5 across flats.

1 Release the nuts from the two polarizing keys.

2 Remove the polarizing keys.

3 Position the shell in the cut out.

4 Assemble the polarizing keys in the required orientation

(page 22).

Polarizing key

Jy

CRIMP, PCB AND FRONT RELEASE WIRE WRAP CONTACTS

Insertion of contacts into insert modules

1 Position the contact at the extremity of the tool (side

INS for contacts which require mixed tool).

2 Introduce the assembly:

- by rear face of insert module (for rear removable

contacts,

- by front face of insert module (for front removable

contacts.

3 Insert the tool as far as it will go to engage the retention

clips.

4 Remove tool from insert module.

REAR RELEASE WIRE WRAP CONTACTS

Insertion of wrapping contacts into insert modules

1 Engage the contact in the insert module.

2 Push the plastic anti-rotation piece with the INS side

of the tool as far as it will go against the rear face of the

insert module.

Extraction of contacts from insert modules

1 Introduce tool extremity into the insert module (side

EXT for contacts which require mixed tool) by the front

or rear face of insert module (depending on the

contact).

2 Insert the tool as far as it will go to relerase the retention

clip.

3 Release the contact and the tool, the assembly must

slide without difficulty.

Extraction of wrapping contacts from insert modules

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1 With the EXT side of the tool, push the plastic anti-rotation

piece as far as it possible.

2 Extract the contact.

Mixed tool

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Use the spigot wrench 282 661.

Rear shell view

Ribbon cable should be fitted with contacts before

moun!ing.

1 If ribbon cable is less than 3. 7 thick, use the reducer. In

the other cases (ribbon cable thickness between 3.7

and 6.5) reducer is not necessary.

Be careful : the backshe/1 can only be mounted one

way round, so ensure that ribbon cable is located in

correct cavity A or B.

2 Engage the ribbon cable in the open side of the backshell

3 Fit the contacts into the insert module.

4 Install the insert module into the shell.

Locking screw

5 Apply some thread lock onto the accessory thread of the connector shell.

Reducer for thin ribbon cable


1--Fixing screws of cable clamp

6 Mount the backs hell onto the rear of the connector. Ensure that the locking screw is correctly positioned on the polarizing

key accessory thread.

7 Screw and tighten the locking screw with spigot wrench .

8 Attach the cable clamp using the fixing screws.

9 Push the ribbon cable into the backshell so that there is some slack when the clamp is tightened.

10 Tighten the clamp to trap the ribbon cable.

Use the spigot wrench 282 661.

1 Feed the twisted pair cable through the outlet of the

backshell.

2 Strip and terminate the twisted pair cable.

3 Fit the contacts into the insert module.

4 Install the insert module into the shell.

5 Apply some thread lock onto the accessory thread of

the connector shell.

6 Mount the backshell onto the rear of the connector.

Ensure that the locking screw is correctly positioned

on the polarizing key accessory thread.

7 Screw and tighten the locking screw with the spigot

wrench.

8 Clamp the twisted pair cable with a Ty-Rap® in the slot

of the outlet.

Outlet of the backs hell

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Locking screw

Slot

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Use the spigot wrench 282 661.

Use a spanner with 13 mm across flats.

Rear shell view

1 Place the braid over the cable.

2 Slide the nuts and braid clamp onto the cable.

Be carreful : the backshe/1 can only be mounted one

way round, so ensure that cable is located in correct

cavity A or B.

3 Feed the twisted pair cable through the outlet of the

backs hell.

4 Strip and terminate the twisted pair cable.

5 Fit the contacts into the insert module.

6 Install the insert module into the shell.

7 Apply some thread lock onto the accessory thread of

the connector shell.

8 Mount the backshell onto the rear of the connector.

Ensure that the locking screw is correctly positioned

onto the p()larizing key accessory thread.

9 Screw-and tighten the locking screw with the spigot

wrench.

10 Position the braid.

11 Comb braids.

12 Fold braid over braid clamp.

13 Slide the assemblies on the threaded collar ensuring

the alignment of slot with lug.

14 Screw and tighten nuts with a spanner.

Backs hell

----rt Braid

Locking screw

Braid

1 (.039) to 2 (.079)

Braid clamp

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Threaded collar

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Use the spigot wrench 282 661.

Rear shell view

1 Slide the nuts and braid clamp onto the cable.

Be careful : the backshe/1 can only be mounted one

way round, so ensure that cables are located in correct

cavity A or B.

2 Feed the cable through the outlet of the backshell.

3 Strip and terminate the cable.

4 Fit the contacts into the insert module.

5 Install the insert module into the connector shell.

6 Apply some thread lock onto the accessory thread of

the connector shell.

7 Mount the backshell onto the rear of the connector.

Ensure that the locking screw is correctly position ned

on the polarizing key accessory thread.

8 Screw and tighten the locking screw with the spigot

wrench.

9 Equally distribute the ends of the braids into the slots

of the threaded collar.

10 Position the nuts.

11 Align the four lugs of the nut into the four slot of threaded

collar.

12 Screw and tighten nuts.

Backshell

Threaded collar

"""3 (.118)

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Locking screw

Braid

Nut

Nut

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Use the spigot wrench 282 660.

Rear shell view

1 Slide the cable clamp onto the cables fitted with insert

module.

Be careful : the backshe/1 can only be mounted one

way round, so ensure that cables are located in correct

cavity A or B.

2 Install the insert module into the connector shell.

3 Apply some thread lock onto the assessory thread of

the connector shell.

4 Mount the cable clamp onto the rear of the connector.

5 Screw and tighten the locking screw with the spigot

wrench. Ensure that the cable clamp is correctly engaged

in the shell.

6 Anchor the cable with Ty-Rap® using the slot of the

cable clamp.

Use a spanner with 5,5 mm across flats.

• For all backshells and cable clamps.

1 Remove the nuts of two polarizing keys.

2 Remove the polarizing keys.

3 For the backshell : Thread cables through the outlet of

the backshell.

4 Fit the contacts into the insert module.

5 Install the insert module into the connector shell.

6 Mount the backshell or the cable clamp onto the rear

of the connector.

7 Replace the polarizing keys in their new position (page

22).

8 Replace the washers and screws and tighten them

with the spanner.

9 For cable clamp 617 921 005/006 : Fit the four screws

(supplied with cable clamp) in the four threaded holes.

• Cabling the outlet :

Backshells 617 905 and 617 907 : Insert the cables

through the outlet and fix them with a Ty-Rap®.

Backs hells 617 906 and 617 908 : Follow mounting operations

of 10 to 14 for backs hell 617 902 page 60.

Cable clamp 617 921 001/002/003/004 : Lay cables

against suitable slot (depending on cable size) and fix

with a Ty-Rap®.

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Backs hell

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Shell

Polarizing key

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Use the spigot wrench 282 660.

Rear shell view

1 Introduce the spigot wrench into the two slots of the

cyl!ndrical nut.

2 Loosen the nut and remove it completely.

3 Pull out the polarizing key of the shell to change the

polarizing code.

4 Replace the polarizing key in a new position (page 34

- 35).

5 Replace and tighten the cylindrical nut with the spigot

wrench.

Shell

Polarizing key

~

Use the spigot wrench 282 660.

1 Introduce the spigot wrench into the two slots of the

cylindrical nut.

2 Loosen the nut and remove it completely.

3 Pull out the polarizing key of the shell to change the

polarizing code.

4 replace the polarizing key in a new position (page 34

- 35) .

5 Replace and tighten the cylindrical nut with the spigot

wrench.

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Spigot wrench

~olarizing key

Hexagon cavity

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A range of size 12 and 16 contacts have been specially developed for fibre optic termination. These

contacts are designed to align silica/silica multimode fibre (125 and 140 microns) or HCS type (200 or

400 microns). They can be fitted into the standard insert modules of the EPX series.

CHARACTERISTICS :

- Interchangeable with electrical contact.

- Low insertion loss: 0.7 dB typ.

- Quick and easy termination technique (bonding/polishing).

- Removable.

- Use same extraction tool as standard contacts.

-Wide temperature range: -55°C +125°C

- High precision ferrule.

All these contacts are available in metal or ceramic versions.

PLEASE CONSULT RADIALL FOR ALL REQUESTS.

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RADIALL can manufacture various shell configuration on customer specifications.

These custom design products go from the addition of accessories (hoods, polarization , , ,) to the

design of multicavity shells with standard insert modules.

EXAMPLES OF CUSTOM DESIGN

Multicavity shell

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Size 1 shell with spring

loaded float mount

"Push-Pull" system for

size 2 connector

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P/N Designation Page

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Crimp, wire wrap and PC tail termination contacts

Accessories

617 200 Pin contact size 22 43 610 941 Cavity sealing size 20 48

617 201 Pin contact size 22 reduced crimp barrel 43 616 910 Cavity sealing size 22 48

617 204 Wire wrap pin contact size 22 45 616 911 Cavity sealing size 20 48

617 205 PC tail termination rear removable pin contact size 22 44 616 912 Cavity sealing size 16 48

617 220 Pin contact size 20 43 616 913 Cavity sealing size 12 48

617 240 Pin contact size 16 43 617 930 Cavity sealing size 5 48

617 241 Pin contact size 16 rOOuced crimp barrel 43 617 931 Cavity sealing size 5 48

617 250 Pin contact size 12 43 617 932 Cavity sealing size 22 48

617 262 Wire wrap pin contact siZe 22 45 617 940 Cavity reducer 48

617 270 PC tail termination front removable pin contact size 22 44 617 941 Cavity reducer 48

617 300 Socket contact size 22 43 617 961 Jackscrew with keyway 48

617 301 Socket contact size 22 reduced crimp barrel 43 617 962 Jacknut with key 48

617 303 Wire wrap socket· contact size 22 45 617 963 Jackscrew with keyway 48

617 304 Wire wrap socket contact size 22 45 617 964 Jacknut with key 48

617 320 Socket contact size 20 43 620 920 Cavity sealing size 22 48

617 340 Socket contact size 20 43 620 922 Cavity sealing size 16 48

617 341 Socket contact size 16 reduced crimp barrel 43 620 923 Cavity sealing size 12 48

617 350 Socket contact size 12 43 244 02 060 Dust caps 48

Coaxial contacts 244 02 061 Dust caps 48

617 001 Socket contact size 5 46 574 01 020 Conductive seal 4248

617 002 Socket contact size 5 46 574 01 021 Conductive seal 42 48

617 003 Socket contact size 5 46 828 07 043 Spacer 44

617 004 Socket contact size 5 46 925 05 450 Cavity sealing size 5 48

617 005 Socket contact size 5 46 Tooling

617 030 Socket contact size 15 47 282 246 Die set 46 47 49

617 031 Socket contact size 15 47 282 281 Crimp tool 4346474950

617 033 Socket contact size 15 47 282 291 Crimp tool 43 49 50

617 035 Socket contact size 15 47 282 292 Crimp tool 47 49

617 060 Socket contact size 12 46 282 293 Crimp tool 46 47 49

617 061 Socket contact size 12 46 282 512 Metallic insertion I extraction tool 47 49

617 101 Pin contact size 5 46 282 521 Insert module extraction tool 49

617102 Pin contact size 5 46 282 538 Metallic extraction tool 44 45 49

617 103 Pin contact size 5 46 282 546 Insertion I extraction tool (plastic body) 43 49 50

617104 Pin contact size 5 46 282 547 Plastic insertion I extraction tool 43 49 50

617 105 Pin contact size 5 46 282 548 Plastic insertion I extraction tool 46 47 49

617 130 Pin contact size 15 47 282 556 Die set 47 49

617 131 Pin contact size 15 47 282 560 Positionner 47 49

617 133 Pin contact size 15 47 282 572 Positionner 46 49

617 135 Pin contact size 15 47 282 578 Positionner 47 49

617 160 Pin contact size 12 46 282 660 Spigot wrench for polarization keys 49

617 161 Pin contact size 12 46 282 661 Spigot wrench for backshell 49

Concentric twinax contacts 282 880 Metallic insertion tool 43 49 50

617 050 Socket contact size 5 47 282 881 Metallic insertion tool 43 49 50

617 150 Pin contact size 5 47 282 885 Insertion I extraction tool (plastic body) 43 49 50

Backshells 282 886 Insertion I extraction tool (plastic body) 43 49 50

617 900 Ribbon cable 36

282 890 Metallic extraction tool 43 49 50

617 901 "Ty-Rap®" clamp 36

282 891 Metallic extraction tool 43 49 50

617 902 Shielded termination 37

282 892 Extraction tool 43 49 50

617 903 screened twisted pair cable 37

282 929 Metallic insertion tool 43 49 50

617 905 "Ty-Rap®" clamp 22

282 945 Metallic extraction tool 43 49 50

617 906 Shielded termination 23 282 946 Metallic insertion I extraction tool 46 47 49

617 907 "Ty-Rap®" clamp 22 282 948 Metallic extraction tool 45 49

617 908 Shielded termination 23 282 970 Positionner 43 49 50

617 911 Open "Ty-Rap® " 38 282 971 Positionner 43 49 50

617 911 001 Open "Ty-Rap®" 38

282 972 Positionner 43 49 50

617 921 001 Open "Ty-Rap®" 23

617 921 002 Open "Ty-Rap®" 23

617 921 003 Open "Ty-Rap®" 23

617 921 004 Open "Ty-Rap®" 23

617 921 005 Solder termination 24

617 921 006 Open "Ty-Rap®" 24

617 922 002 Solder termination 38

617 922 003 Open "Ty-Rap®" 38

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Multicontact connectors

EPX series

Introd uction .. . ..... . ...... ..... . . . .. .

Features . .. .... . . . . . .. .. .. . . ........ .

Exploded view of size 2 connector ..... .

Technical characteristics .......... . ... .

Weights ... . .. ............. . .... ... . . .

How to order ........................ .

Insert module dimensions .. .. . . .... ... .

Contact arrangements ............... .

EPX size 1

Connector mating guide .. . . . . ........ .

Receptacle shel ls . .. . .... .. . ......... .

Plug shells .... ....... .... . .... . .. . .. .

Fully mated connector dimensions ..... .

Polarization ...... .. . ...... . . ........ . .

Backshelis . . ..... .... . ... .. .. . .. . ... .

?t~tl \ cD\-oD\s .. ... .... ..... ...... ... .

3

4

5

6

7

8-11

12

13

14-15

16-18

19-21

21

22

22-24

EPX size 2

Connector mating guide . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26-27

Receptacle shells . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28-30

Plug shells . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31 -33

Fully mated connector dimensions . . . . . . 34

Polarization . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34- 35

Backshells . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36-38

Panel cut-outs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 39

EMI/RF I

Shell fitted with grounding spring fingers 40

Filtered version . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 41

Shell for panel conductive seal . . . . . . . . . . 42

Contacts

Crimp contacts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 43

PC tail termination contacts . . . . . . . . . . . . . 44

Wire wrap contacts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 45

25

Coaxial contacts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 46-47

Concentric twinax contacts . ........... . 47

Accessories ............ . ........... . 48

Tooling . . . . .. . .... . . ...... .. . ... . . .. . 49

Termination details

Crimp contacts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 50

Coaxial contacts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 51-55

Concentric twinax contacts . . . . . . . . . . . . . 56

Tooling and assembly instructions

Mounting of insert module into the shell . . 57

Mounting of size 1 shell onto panel . . . . . . 58

Insertion and removal of contacts . . . . . . . 58

Mounting of size 2 backshell onto shells 59-62

Mounting of size 1 backshell onto shells 62

Modification of polarization code . . . . . . . . 63

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Non standard products

Fiber optic application . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 64

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Custom design . . .. . .... ... . . ·. . . . . . . . . 65

Index of part numbers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 66

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