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UCP2006-2962 Datasheet

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... SMT Receptacle Connector 45339 and 45593 Plug Connector Modules REVISION: ECR/ECN INFORMATION: UCP2006-2962 EC No: A1 DATE: 2006/08/07 DOCUMENT NUMBER: SD-45593-001 HANDYLINK APPLICATION SPECIFICATION HANDYLINK I/O CONNECTORS TITLE: APPLICATION SPECIFICATION HANDYLINKI/O CONNECTOR SYSTEM CREATED / REVISED BY: Marc Simmel 45560 SMT Cradle ...

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... Inspection 5.3 45339 Plug Module for Wire Termination 5.3.1 Applicable Wire Sizes 5.3.2 Wire Preparation 5.3.3 Inspection 5.4 45593 Plug Module for PCB Termination 5.4.1 PCB Layout 5.4.2 Inspection REVISION: ECR/ECN INFORMATION: UCP2006-2962 EC No: A1 DATE: 2006/08/07 DOCUMENT NUMBER: SD-45593-001 HANDYLINK APPLICATION SPECIFICATION Table of Contents Page Section 3 6 ...

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... Series 45593 (PCB Termination) 2.2 Dimensions, Materials, Platings, and Markings (See applicable sales drawings for information) 3.0 APPLICABLE DOCUMENTS AND SPECIFICATIONS Product Specification: PS-44828-001; Sales Drawing s: SD-44828-162, SD-45560-160, SD-45560-161, SD-45339-160, SD-45593-160 REVISION: ECR/ECN INFORMATION: UCP2006-2962 EC No: A1 DATE: 2006/08/07 DOCUMENT NUMBER: SD-45593-001 HANDYLINK ...

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... The HandyLink plug and receptacle have been appropriately designed and toleranced to be mated and unmated by hand. The connectors alignment features are manufactured with clearances to allow axial mating mis-alignment, as illustrated in the Figure 1, below: Figure 1. Receptacle to Plug Connector Axial Alignment (units: mm) REVISION: ECR/ECN INFORMATION: UCP2006-2962 EC No: A1 DATE: 2006/08/07 DOCUMENT NUMBER: SD-45593-001 HANDYLINK™ ...

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... Figure 2. Receptacle to Cradle Connector Axial Alignment (units: mm) NOTE: Mating misalignment may significantly influence the long-term durability of the connectors. The risk of housing wear diminishes with increasing the accuracy of connector alignment. REVISION: ECR/ECN INFORMATION: UCP2006-2962 EC No: A1 DATE: 2006/08/07 DOCUMENT NUMBER: SD-45593-001 HANDYLINK ...

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... See the applicable Sales Drawings for illustrations of the recommended PCB pad layouts. Contact Molex if further assistance is required. 5.2.2 Solder Paste Stencil Layout See Sales Drawing for recommended PCB pad layout and solder paste thickness. REVISION: ECR/ECN INFORMATION: UCP2006-2962 EC No: A1 DATE: 2006/08/07 DOCUMENT NUMBER: SD-45593-001 HANDYLINK™ ...

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... Plug Module for PCB Termination 5.4.1 PCB Layout See the applicable Sales Drawing for an illustration of the recommended PCB hole layout. 5.4.2 Inspection Solder joints should be inspected using established conventional methods REVISION: ECR/ECN INFORMATION: UCP2006-2962 EC No: A1 DATE: 2006/08/07 DOCUMENT NUMBER: SD-45593-001 HANDYLINK ...

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... See Figures 3A and 3B, below, for recommendations on recess dimensions. Figure 3A. Receptacle Connector Recess When Mating with the Plug Only (units: mm) REVISION: ECR/ECN INFORMATION: UCP2006-2962 EC No: A1 DATE: 2006/08/07 ...

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... Cradle Connector The cradle connector is designed to be fastened to the PCB with screws. See Sales Drawings for recommended screw size and positions. Please refer to section 6.4.2 for further details concerning cradle design recommendations. REVISION: ECR/ECN INFORMATION: UCP2006-2962 EC No: A1 DATE: 2006/08/07 DOCUMENT NUMBER: SD-45593-001 HANDYLINK™ ...

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... The customer is expected to design an appropriate seal around the periphery of the connector to adequately seal the finished enclosure. Contact Molex for additional information. Figure 4. Sealing to achieve ingress protection with the receptacle connector REVISION: ECR/ECN INFORMATION: UCP2006-2962 EC No: A1 DATE: 2006/08/07 DOCUMENT NUMBER: SD-45593-001 HANDYLINK™ ...

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... The completed assembly after soldering of the wires is shown below. Dressing of the wires should be avoided until after the soldering and encapsulation processes are complete. REVISION: ECR/ECN INFORMATION: UCP2006-2962 EC No: A1 DATE: 2006/08/07 ...

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... REVISION: ECR/ECN INFORMATION: UCP2006-2962 EC No: A1 DATE: 2006/08/07 DOCUMENT NUMBER: SD-45593-001 HANDYLINK APPLICATION SPECIFICATION Figure 6. Plug Soldering Set-Up NOTE: The wire bundle must be properly supported or clamped as shown, during soldering and handling, to avoid dislodging terminals or latches from the housing prior to encapsulation, application of a strain relief, and the final over-mold. ...

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... NOTE: The sealant or cover should enclose the cavities under the latches, whether or not wires are soldered to the latches. Omission of this step would allow the final over-mold resin to extrude into cavities in the housing that could disable latch and terminal function. REVISION: ECR/ECN INFORMATION: UCP2006-2962 EC No: A1 DATE: ...

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... Final Over-Molding The final PVC over-mold may be injection-molded to completely cover the prepared cable assembly to provide an esthetically pleasing finished product. Please see Section 6.4.1 for a discussion of design best practices for the over-mold. REVISION: ECR/ECN INFORMATION: UCP2006-2962 EC No: A1 DATE: 2006/08/07 DOCUMENT NUMBER: SD-45593-001 HANDYLINK™ ...

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... This over-travel clearance assures that the components of the passive latching system engage, as illustrated in Figure 11. This clearance must be accommodated in all device and accessory designs top assure proper function. Receptacle Connector Plug Connector REVISION: ECR/ECN INFORMATION: UCP2006-2962 EC No: A1 DATE: 2006/08/07 DOCUMENT NUMBER: SD-45593-001 HANDYLINK™ ...

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... The cable connection and disconnection cycles are numerous (more than 5000 cycles); o There is significant risk of the end users pulling at connections in off-axis directions. Supplemental guide features may be incorporated into or complement the over-mold design as illustrated in Figures 12 and 13: REVISION: ECR/ECN INFORMATION: UCP2006-2962 EC No: A1 DATE: 2006/08/07 ...

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... Off-axis Torque directions This type of design will provide support for the end-user to hold the product by the connector or where a heavy or stiff accessory cable is used. REVISION: ECR/ECN INFORMATION: UCP2006-2962 EC No: A1 DATE: 2006/08/07 DOCUMENT NUMBER: SD-45593-001 HANDYLINK APPLICATION SPECIFICATION Figure 13 ...

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... NOTE: The cup- style receptacles dimensions must restrict angular misalignment, when mated, to within the limits specified in Section 4.2. Supplemental alignment posts Figure 14. Use of a cup-style receptacle for added support and alignment REVISION: ECR/ECN INFORMATION: UCP2006-2962 EC No: A1 DATE: 2006/08/07 DOCUMENT NUMBER: SD-45593-001 HANDYLINK™ ...

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... Guide ribs are necessary to prevent front-to back rocking motion as the device is loaded into the cup- style receptacle. NOTE: The fastening of the cup-style receptacle to the over-molded plug must be kept tight to avoid misalignment. If this is not achieved, excessive wear between the connector housings and/or electrical discontinuities may occur. REVISION: ECR/ECN INFORMATION: UCP2006-2962 EC No: A1 DATE: 2006/08/07 DOCUMENT NUMBER: SD-45593-001 HANDYLINK™ ...

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... Further, the alignment posts centerlines must lie in the same plane as the centerlines of the plug connector posts to provide the greatest benefits. Guide ribs are necessary on each side to limit front-to back rocking motion as the device is loaded into the cup-style cradle. REVISION: ECR/ECN INFORMATION: UCP2006-2962 EC No: A1 DATE: ...

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... Figures 16 and 17 show orthogonal views of showing differences in the position and size of the openings in the cradle casing, and the PCB location for the 45560 and 45593 connectors. Figure 18 shows a chamfer detail applicable to 45593. Figure 16. Cradle Detail (45560) (units: mm) REVISION: ECR/ECN INFORMATION: UCP2006-2962 EC No: A1 DATE: 2006/08/07 DOCUMENT NUMBER: SD-45593-001 HANDYLINK™ ...

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... The end product may not have more than 1000 grams mass; ½ Side-to-side motion must be limited using end-walls or a guide rail; The vibration conditions of the end application must be limited. Connect Direction REVISION: ECR/ECN INFORMATION: UCP2006-2962 EC No: A1 DATE: 2006/08/07 DOCUMENT NUMBER: SD-45593-001 HANDYLINK ...

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... In addition to the differences in the position and size of the openings in the cradle casing, the PCB location for the 45560 and 45593 connectors, and the chamfer detail applicable to 45593 that is shown in Figures 16 thru 18. Figures 20 through 22 illustrate details necessary to achieve a good rocking design. Figure 20. Front View of Shelf-Style Cradle REVISION: ECR/ECN INFORMATION: UCP2006-2962 EC No: A1 DATE: 2006/08/07 DOCUMENT NUMBER: SD-45593-001 HANDYLINK™ ...

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... REVISION: ECR/ECN INFORMATION: UCP2006-2962 EC No: A1 DATE: 2006/08/07 DOCUMENT NUMBER: SD-45593-001 HANDYLINK APPLICATION SPECIFICATION Rocking Direction NOTE: Orientation of the receptacle connector and the plug or cradle connector must correspond to that shown for good operation of a rocking design. Figure 22. Connector Orientation TITLE: APPLICATION SPECIFICATION HANDYLINK™ ...

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... HandyLink connectors perform within specification for both differential and common-mode impedance. Full compliance testing on finished cable assemblies will have to be undertaken to verify the performance level of the finished product. Contact Molex for further assistance regarding high speed signal transmission applications. REVISION: ECR/ECN INFORMATION: UCP2006-2962 EC No: A1 DATE: 2006/08/07 DOCUMENT NUMBER: SD-45593-001 HANDYLINK™ ...

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