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1-1734592-4


Order No.: 36P8161

Manufacturer: AMP

Series: FPC

Manufacturer No.: 1-1734592-4


RoHS compliant version available, last updated: 31.03.2015
Amount Price per piece(s) incl. VAT Price per piece(s) without VAT
2000 €0.40698 €0.342
20000 €0.37128 €0.312
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Product specification

Technical features
500 mA
SMD
0.5 mm
gold-plated
250 V
14-pole
1
Socket
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Manufacturer information
Manufacturer: AMP
Series: FPC
Manufacturer number: 1-1734592-4
Country of origin: Czech Republic
Customs tariff number: 85366990

Product description

FPC Connectors, 1-1734592-4, AMP

Connector Product Type: Connector Assembly, Connector System: Flex-to-Board, Insertion Force Type: Zero Insertion Force (ZIF), FPC Actuator Type: Stuffer (Plunger Style), Sealable: No, Number of Rows: 1, Number of Positions: 14, PCB Mount Orientation: Right Angle, Operating Voltage: 250 VAC, Contact Base Material: Phosphor Bronze, Contact Mating Location: Bottom, Contact Mating Area Plating Material: Gold, Contact Current Rating (Max): .5 A, Termination Method to Printed Circuit Board: Surface Mount, Mating Alignment: With, PCB Mount Alignment: Without, PCB Mount Retention: With, Connector Mounting Type: Board Mount, Housing Color: Natural, Centerline (Pitch): .5 mm, Connector Length: 12.43 mm, Connector Height: 2.05 mm, Connector Width: 5.1 mm, Accepts Flex Cable Thickness: .3 mm, Operating Temperature Range: -40 – 85 °C, Circuit Application: Signal, Circuit Identification Feature: Without, Packaging Method: Tape



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Environmentally relevant information

Conformities
REACH Not relevant
RoHS  Yes (31.03.2015)
SVHC  Free (16.01.2020)