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COMPACT MULTIPOLE CONNECTORS

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No reproduction or use without express permission of editorial or pictorial content, in any manner. LEMO reserve the right at all times to modify and improve specifications without any notification.

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General Production Programme Connectors Unipole from 2 to 150 Amps Coaxial 50 and 75 Ω Coaxial 50 Ω (NIM-CAMAC) Coaxial 50 Ω for frequency → 12 GHz Multicoaxial 50 and 75 Ω Multipole from 2 to 68 contacts Multipole up to 106 contacts High Voltage 3, 5, 8, 10, 15, 30 and 50 kV cc Multi High Voltage 3, 5, and 10 kV cc Triaxial 50 and 75 Ω Quadrax Mixed: High Voltage (HV) + Low Voltage (LV) Mixed: Coax + LV and Triax + LV Thermocouple and multithermocouple Fibre optic singlemode and multimode Multi Fibre optic Mixed: fibre optic + LV Mixed: fibre optic + HV + LV Fluidic and Multifluidic Mixed:...

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Keyed watertight Compact keyed Hermaphroditic Rectangular Mixed fluidic+LV Multi fluidic Mixed FO+LV Multi Fibre Optic Fibre Optic Mixed Triax+LV Mixed Coax+LV Mixed HV+LV Multi Coaxial High Voltage Note: ● = included in this catalogue, ● = available but not included in this catalogue.

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LEMO’s Push-Pull Self-Latching Connection System This self-latching system is renowned worldwide for its easy and quick mating and unmating features. It provides absolute security against vibration, shock or pull on the cable, and facilitates operation in a very limited space. The LEMO self-latching system allows the connector to be mated by simply pushing the plug axially into socket. Once firmly latched, connection cannot be broken by pulling on the cable or any other component part other than the outer release sleeve. When required, the connector is disengaged by a single axial pull on...

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General Characteristics Selection of shell materials Aluminium alloy The aluminium alloy outer shells find numerous applications where light weight is a predominant factor; such as in the aeronautics and space industries, and for portable and mobile equipment. Shells are made of high mechanical strength alloy (Aluminium alloy). Connector shells are protected by a conductive anthracite grey coloured nickel finish. As a standard latch sleeve are made of special bronze or brass, this material offer excellent performances for most of the applications. For very demanding vibrating situation we...

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Selection of contact types Crimp contacts The crimp contacts are designed to be crimped with the standard four indent method according to MIL-C-22520F, class 1, type 1. Fig. 1 Contacts are provided in two forms: with a standard crimp barrel for large conductors (see fig. 1), or with a reduced crimp barrel for smaller conductors (see fig. 2). Contact Conductor stranded AWG stranded Section (mm2) min. max. min. max. Conductor stranded AWG stranded Section (mm2) min. max. min. max. Note: Fr = mean contact retention force in the insulator (according to IEC 60512-8 test 15a). Note: 1) for a...

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F Series The F series connectors have been specially developed to meet the most demanding requirements in terms of dimensions, weight and watertightness. Our manufacturing programme includes now 8 series. This series provides customers with many features and benefits including: – push-pull self-latching system for safe connection – sealed to IP67 for environmental protection when mated according to IEC 60529 – compact scoop-proof design and use of aluminium alloy – high shock and vibration resistance – multipole types with 2 to 68 contacts or multifibre optic or mixed FO + LV in 2F series –...

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Part Numbering System T = f.o. cable adapter and ø 5): Z = collet nut for bend relief (page 20) Variant: (page 21) F = reduced unlatching force 1) S = o-ring & gasket in silicone 2) Free socket Fixed socket Insert configuration: (page 18) Part Number Example Straight plug: FGN.0F.305.YLC = straight plug with key (N), 0F series, multipole type with 5 contacts, outer shell in anthracite nickel-plated aluminium alloy, beryllium copper latch sleeve, PEEK insulator, male crimp contacts. Free socket: PHN.0F.305.XLM = free socket with key (N), 0F series, multipole type with 5 contacts, outer shell...

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Technical Characteristics Materials and Treatments Shell material code Material (Standard) C Brass (UNS C 38500) Aluminium alloy (AA 6262A or AA 6023) Brass (UNS C 38500) Aluminium alloy (AA 6262A or AA 6023) Brass (UNS C 38500) Aluminium alloy (AA 6262A or AA 6023) Bronze (UNS C 54400) or special brass Special bronze/brass Beryllium Copper (UNS C 17300) Bronze (UNS C 52100) Brass (UNS C 38500) Aluminium alloy (AA 6262A or AA 6023) Brass (UNS C 38500) Brass (UNS C 34500) Bronze (UNS C 54400) Cu-Be or special steel PEEK FPM/FKM (Viton®) Silicone MQ/MVQ Epoxy (Araldite® or Stycast®)...

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Models FGG Straight plug, key (N) or keys (P, S, T, W and X) Reference Note: this plug can also be supplied with a reduced unlatching force (see page 9). FNG Straight plug, key (N) or keys (P and S) and lanyard release Note: cable material: stainless steel with protective sheath EGG Fixed socket, nut fixing, key (N) or keys (P, S and T), IP50 N S3 Panel cut-out (page 33)

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ECG Fixed socket with 2 nuts, key (N) or key (S), protruding shell, IP50 (back panel mounting) N M Panel cut-out (page 33) Note: this socket can be used without the hexagonal nut. It can be directly fastened into the device, the notched nut is used as a tightening nut. ECG Fixed socket with 2 nuts, key (N) or key (S), protruding shell, print contacts, IP50 (back panel mounting) 3 Panel cut-out (page 33) Note: this socket can be used without the hexagonal nut. It can be directly fastened into the device, the notched nut is used as a tightening nut. EEG Fixed socket, nut fixing, key (N) or...

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EHG Fixed socket, nut fixing, key (N) or keys (P, S, T, W and X), (back panel mounting) Reference Panel cut-out (page 33) EDG Fixed socket with flange, key (N) or keys (P and S), 2 holes fixing, protruding shell Panel cut-out (page 33) PHG Free socket, key (N) or keys (P, S, T, W and X) Reference

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