HIROSE: DF22 Series: perfect for high power

Designed to meet with the increased demand for high powered wire-to-board connectors.

The connector range consists of cable mount female crimp sockets and PCB mount vertical and right angle male headers. Panel mount in-line, and free hanging in-line headers are available to enable a cable to cable connection allowing design flexibility. All versions have the capacity to handle up to 30A current rating (based on a 1 position connector with AWG10 crimp contact and cable).

The contacts on the header are protected by the robust internal walled structure that prevents short circuits between adjacent contacts. In addition, a high 2.5 kV withstand voltage (for 1 minute) can be achieved.

The robust lock provides a positive tactile sensation and an audible click when mated. This confirms the connector is fully engaged guaranteeing complete electrical and mechanical connection. The lock is on the centre of the housing to avoid uneven locking and cable entanglement which is common with side locks. In addition, multiple connectors can be mounted closer together side by side. Separate contact retainers are available to increase the retention force for applications where excessive pull-forces may be applied to the cable.

Keying variations are available to prevent incorrect insertion of the mating connector when multiple connectors are used. Built-in guide posts ensure accurate connector positioning and orientation on the PCB.

Key features
• 1 - 5 contact positions (For most versions)
• 13 - 30A (max) current rating
• Secure mating with clear tactile click
• AWG10, 12, 14 & 16 Applicable cable size
• 30 mating cycles
• 1000V rated voltage (600V UL/C-UL & TÜV)
• 2.5kV withstand voltage (for 1 minute)
• UL, C-UL & TÜV certified

Suitable applications are LED lighting, robots, medical devices, servers and industrial controllers.

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