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UTS Series Dynamic IP68/69K • UV Resistant • UL/IEC Compliant © 2011 – SOURIAU 3 How to read our catalogue ........................................ 06 UTS range overview ..................................................... 07 General technical characteristics ............................. 10 Cable assembly ............................................................... 14 2 contacts ....................................................................... 20 2 + ground contacts ................................................... 28 3 contacts ........................................................................ 36 3 + ground contacts .................................................... 52 4 contacts ........................................................................ 60 5 contacts ........................................................................ 72 6 contacts ........................................................................ 76 6 + ground contacts .................................................... 88 7 contacts ........................................................................ 92 8 contacts ........................................................................ 96 10 contacts ..................................................................... 104 12 contacts ...................................................................... 108 14 contacts ...................................................................... 116 15 contacts ...................................................................... 120 18 contacts ..................................................................... 124 19 contacts ..................................................................... 128 23 contacts ..................................................................... 132 32 contacts ..................................................................... 136 Contents UTS Series Overview Mechanics Description ...................................................................... 142 Contact plating selector guide .................................. 143 Contact selector guide ................................................ 144 Packaging ........................................................................ 144 Crimp contacts ............................................................... 145 #16 coaxial contacts ................................................... 147 PCB contacts .................................................................. 148 Fibre optic contacts ...................................................... 149 Contacts Tooling .............................................................................. 154 Assembly instruction .................................................... 156 Dimensions overmoulded harnesses ..................... 162 Extraction tools .............................................................. 162 Rated current & working voltage .............................. 163 UV resistance ................................................................. 164 UL94 + UL1977 ............................................................ 165 IEC 61984 with IP code explanation ...................... 168 What is NEMA rating ? ................................................ 170 Ethernet for the layman ............................................... 171 Technical information #16 coaxial contacts - cabling notices .................. 176 Glossary of terms .......................................................... 183 Discrimination/Keying methods ............................... 184 Part number Index.......................................................... 185 Appendices Appendices Technical information Contacts Mechanics Overview UTS Series © 2011 – SOURIAU 5 Overview UTS Series How to read our catalog .............................................................................................................. 06 UTS range overview ...................................................................................................................... 07 General technical characteristics .............................................................................................. 10 6 © 2011 – SOURIAU UTS Series Overview SOURIAU is pleased to announce the arrival of a brand new catalog containing some signifi cant improvements to simplify the connector selection process and provide easy access to key information. In this version you can see all layouts at a glance, download 2D drawings and 3D models. Then, when your choice is made, you can click on the part number and buy online. Step 3 Step 2 Easy access to supporting material such as prints and CAD models. In just two pages you can gather together details of all accessories, contacts, tools etc required for your application. Interactive zones. Clearer understanding of the range. Step 1 © 2011 – SOURIAU 7 UTS range overview The UTS series is a plastic connector range but rugged enough to withstand industrial applications. The philosophy of the UTS series is built around three key elements: Dynamic IP68/69K UV Resistant UL/IEC Compliant In most applications, our connectors are exposed to extreme climatic conditions; it was therefore key for us to select the materials best able to cope with the targeted environment. Part of our product qualifi cation process involved subjecting connectors to a simulated fi ve years of exposure to various elements including Temperature, UV and Humidity. The results were positive in that there were no visible signs of weakness, such as cracking or crazing. The outmost priority for any electrical installation is to protect personnel from any shock hazard. In North America, Underwriters Laboratories insisted that connector manufacturers, depending of the application, respect their standards. The UTS series had thus been qualifi ed and is certifi ed by this organisation. In Europe and in Asia, IEC standards are better known and trusted by end users. Like its American equivalent, the IEC refers to safety rules. The UTS series was obviously designed to respect these rules. UTS series is rated at IP68/69K… even in dynamic conditions. This means that it remain sealed even when used continuously underwater or cleaned using a high pressure hose and cable is moving. This extreme level of performance is achievable with jacketed cable or discrete wires. If this same level of performance is required even when connectors are not mated, we have UTS Hi Seal; a product designed to remain watertight if an environmental cap is not fi tted or if the equipment is likely to get wet when cables have been disconnected. Screw termination version UTS series is a wide range... Based on multiple power & signal connectors and offers everything from box mounted receptacles and cable mounted plugs to cable mounted in-line and PCB mounted receptacles. Almost all ways to accommodate wires exist: Crimp, Solder, Screw termination. UTS Series Overview The bayonet coupling system makes it simple to use. With only a 1/3 twist of the coupling ring, connectors are mated with an audible and sensitive “click”. Overview 8 © 2011 – SOURIAU Just screw the wires to the connector ! No special tools required, use a standard screwdriver UTS screw termination UTS range UTS discrete wire sealing See page 9 Sealed: IP68/69K UV resistant UL/IEC compliant Corrosion-proof Plastic housing UTS Series Plug Corrosion-proof Plastic housing UTS Hi seal Sealed Unmated Sealed unmated: IP68/69K MIL-C-26482 compatible UV resistant UL/IEC compliant Screw termination contact Solder contact Crimp contact • machined • stamped and formed • coaxial • fibre optics UTS Series Overview © 2011 – SOURIAU 9 overview Metal hold down clips - to lock the connector easily on the PCB and to release stress on solder joints - suitable for soldering in a metalised hole Pre-assembled PCB contacts - machined or stamped versions available - different solder tails lengths possible - different plating options Low profi le housing to limit space between panel and PCB Stand-offs to allow cleaning after soldering UTS PCB contacts Receptacle No fi ller plug needed Grommet Containment ring Backnut or Easy handling backshell UTS discrete wire sealing Double Sealing UTS Series Overview Overview 10 © 2011 – SOURIAU General technical Mechanical • Durability: 250 matings & unmatings per MIL-C-26482 • Vibration resistance (all UTS versions except UTS Screw termination contacts): Sinusoidal vibrations per CEI 60512-4 - from 10 to 2000 Hz • Thermal shock: 5 cycles 30 min. from -40°C to 105°C per MIL-STD1344 method 1003 Environmental • Operating temperature: from -40°C to +105°C 40/100/21 per NFF 61-030 • Flammability rating: UL94-V0 (all UTS except the Hi seal) - see page 165 UL94-HB (UTS Hi seal only) - see page 165 I2F3 according to NFF 16101 and NFF 16102 • Salt spray: 500 hours • UV resistant: No mechanical degradation or important variation of colour after 5 years of exposure in natural environment (equivalence exposure to sun and moisture as per ISO4892) • Sealing: - UTS Standard: IP68/IP69K (mated) - UTS Hi seal: IP68/IP69K (mated and unmated) - UTS Discrete wire sealing: IP67/69K (up to IP68 with easy handling backshell) - UTS Screw termination contacts: IP68/IP69K Note: IPx8: 10m underwater during 1 week • Fluid resistance: - Gasoil - Mineral oil - Acid bath - Basic bath 1 2 3 4 5 1 3 UTS Series Overview © 2011 – SOURIAU 11 characteristics Material • Body connector + Backshell: Thermoplastic • Insert: - UTS Standard, UTS Discrete wire sealing, UTS Screw termination contacts: Thermoplastic - UTS Hi seal handsolder & UTS Hi seal with PC tails contacts: Elastomer • Contacts: See page 140 • Nut: Metal • Halogen free • RoHS compliant & conform to the Chinese standard SJ/T1166-2006 (Chinese RoHS equivalent) • In accordance with: - UL 1977: Certifi cat ECBT2 File number: E169916 - CSA C22.2 n°182.3: Certifi cat ECBT8 File number: E169916 Electrical • See each layout page 1 2 4 5 UTS Series Overview Overview UTS Series © 2011 – SOURIAU 13 UTS Series Mechanics Cable assembly ................................................................................................. 14 2 contacts 8E2/8D2: 7A 32V ............................................................................................. 20 12E2/12D2: 16A 150V ............................................................................................ 24 2 contacts + ground 103: 16A 300V ............................................................................................ 28 142G1: 40A 300V ............................................................................................ 32 3 contacts 8E3/8D3: 7A 32V ............................................................................................. 36 8E3A/8E98 8D3A/8D98: 7A 50V ............................................................................................. 40 8E33/8D3.: 7A 50V ............................................................................................. 44 12E3/12D3: 16A 150V ............................................................................................ 48 3 contacts + ground 124 - 12E4/12D4: 16A 300V ............................................................................................ 52 183G1: 32A 300V ............................................................................................ 56 4 contacts 8E4/8D4: 7A 32V ............................................................................................. 60 102W2: 25A 150V ............................................................................................ 64 104: 13A 150V ............................................................................................ 68 5 contacts 14E5/14D5: 16A 150V ............................................................................................ 72 6 contacts 103W3: 5A 32V ............................................................................................. 76 106 - 10E6/10D6: 7A 32V ............................................................................................. 80 10E98/10D98: 7A 50V ............................................................................................. 84 6 contacts + ground 147 - 14E7: 16A 300V ............................................................................................ 88 7 contacts 10E7/10D7: 7A 50V ............................................................................................. 92 8 contacts 128: 10A 80V ............................................................................................. 96 12E8/12D8: 6A 32V ............................................................................................. 100 10 contacts 1210 - 12E10/12D10: 6A 50V ............................................................................................. 104 12 contacts 1412: 10A 63V ............................................................................................. 108 14E12/14D12: 4A 50V ............................................................................................. 112 14 contacts 12E14/12D14: 5A 32V ............................................................................................. 116 15 contacts 14E15/14D15: 4A 50V ............................................................................................. 120 18 contacts 14E18/14D18: 5A 50V ............................................................................................. 124 19 contacts 1419 - 14E19/14D19: 5A 32V ............................................................................................. 128 23 contacts 1823: 9A 63V ............................................................................................. 132 32 contacts 1832: 4A 32V ............................................................................................. 136 14 © 2011 – SOURIAU OUTDOOR (black outer jacket) INDOOR Cable assembly Souriau provides connectors in various applications for more than 90 years in the most extreme environment. Being conscious about the diffi culty to fi nd a quick and a reliable harness manufacturer, we decided years ago to start in house cable assembly production. It allows customers to reduce the number of suppliers, and to take advantage of the "best in class" quality of the Souriau group. Overmoulding is a process that further enhances the sealing properties of the UTS range, especially over many years of use. Overmoulding provides the opportunity to change the cable exit from straight through 90 degrees and avoid any stress on the cable terminated to the connector. Also, as the wires are encapsulated inside the moulding, a barrier is created which prevents from any liquid from entering the equipment through the connector if the cable jacket is breached. UV resistance Ambient temperature PVC PUR PTFE FEP SILICON TPE 70°C Static installation Static installation Static installation Static installation Static installation Static or dynamic installation Wet Cleaner, Immerged chlorine 90°C 180°C 205°C 260°C Chemical agression How to choose the outer jacket material UTS Series Mechanics © 2011 – SOURIAU 15 Overmolding description Discrete connector Overmoulded connector Compound Thermoplastic insert O ring Overmolding adapter PVC or PUR overmolding ...water ingress unhampered, leading to damage. ...prevents water ingress via capillary action. If cable jacket is breached... If cable jacket is breached...   UTS Series Mechanics Mechanics 16 © 2011 – SOURIAU UTS Series Mechanics Harnesses Overmoulded harnesses, straight ending Connector type Number of ways Voltage Current UL Current IEC Harmonised cable part number* Part number (length: 1m.) Male Female UTS standard 2+PE 600 V 44 A 40 A HO5 VV - F 3Gg10 HAUTS0V142G1PST100 HAUTS0V142G1SST100 2+PE 500 V 10 A 16 A HO5 VV - F 3x1.5 HAUTS0V103PST100 HAUTS0V103SST100 3+PE 500 V 10 A 16 A HO5 VV - F 3G1.5 HAUTS0V103PEPST100 HAUTS0V103PESST100 3+PE 250 V 24 A 32 A HO5 VV - F 40G0.5 HAUTS0V183G1PST100 HAUTS0V183G1SST100 3+PE 500 V 10 A 16 A HO5 VV - F 4G1.5 HAUTS0V124PEPST100 HAUTS0V124PESST100 4 500 V 10 A 13 A HO5 VV - F 4x1.5 HAUTS0V104PST100 HAUTS0V104SST100 3 500 V 10 A 5 A HO5 VV - F 7G0.5 HAUTS0V103W3PST100 HAUTS0V103W3SST100 6 250 V 5 A 7 A HO5 VV - F 7x0.5 HAUTS0V106PST100 HAUTS0V106SST100 6+PE 500 V 10 A 16 A HO5 VV - F 7G1.5 HAUTS0V147PEPST100 HAUTS0V147PESST100 8 500 V 10 A 10 A HO5 VV - F 8x1.5 HAUTS0V128PST100 HAUTS0V128SST100 10 250 V 5 A 6 A HO5 VV - F 10G0.5 HAUTS0V1210PST100 HAUTS0V1210SST100 12 500 V 10 A 10 A HO5 VV - F 12x1.5 HAUTS0V1412PST100 HAUTS0V1412SST100 19 250 V 5 A 5 A HO5 VV - F 21G0.5 HAUTS0V1419PST100 HAUTS0V1419SST100 23 500 V 10 A 9 A HO5 VV - F 25G1.5 HAUTS0V1823PST100 HAUTS0V1823SST100 32 250 V 5 A 4 A HO5 VV - F 40G0.5 HAUTS0V1832PST100 HAUTS0V1832SST100 UTS Hi seal 2 250 V 7 A 7 A H05 VV - F 2x0.5 HAUTS0V8E2PST100 HAUTS0V8E2SST100 2 650 V 13 A 16 A HO5 VV - F 2x1.5 HAUTS0V12E2PST100 HAUTS0V12E2SST100 3 250 V 7 A 7 A HO5 VV - F 3x0.5 HAUTS0V8E3PST100 HAUTS0V8E3SST100 3 250 V 7 A 7 A HO5 VV - F 3x0.5 HAUTS0V8E3APST100 HAUTS0V8E3ASST100 3 250 V 7 A 7 A HO5 VV - F 3x0.5 HAUTS0V8E33PST100 HAUTS0V8E33SST100 3 650 V 13 A 16 A HO5 VV - F 3x1.5 HAUTS0V12E3PST100 HAUTS0V12E3SST100 4 250 V 7 A 7 A HO5 VV - F 4x0.5 HAUTS0V8E4PST100 HAUTS0V8E4SST100 5 650 V 12 A 16 A HO5 VV - F 4G1.5 HAUTS0V14E5PST100 HAUTS0V14E5SST100 6 250 V 5 A 7 A HO5 VV - F 7x0.5 HAUTS0V10E6PST100 HAUTS0V10E6SST100 6 250 V 6 A 7 A HO5 VV - F 7x0.5 HAUTS0V10E98PST100 HAUTS0V10E98SST100 6+PE 500 V 10 A 16 A HO5 VV - F 7G1.5 HAUTS0V14E7PEPST100 HAUTS0V14E7PESST100 7 250 V 6 A 7 A HO5 VV - F 7x0.5 HAUTS0V10E7PST100 HAUTS0V10E7SST100 8 250 V 5 A 6 A HO5 VV - F 10G0.5 HAUTS0V12E8PST100 HAUTS0V12E8SST100 10 250 V 5 A 6 A HO5 VV - F 10G0.5 HAUTS0V12E10PST100 HAUTS0V12E10SST100 12 250 V 5 A 4 A HO5 VV - F 12G0.5 HAUTS0V14E12PST100 HAUTS0V14E12SST100 14 250 V 5 A 5 A HO5 VV - F 14G0.5 HAUTS0V12E14PST100 HAUTS0V12E14SST100 15 650 V 12 A 4 A HO5 VV - F 18G0.5 HAUTS0V14E15PST100 HAUTS0V14E15SST100 18 250 V 4 A 4 A HO5 VV - F 18G0.5 HAUTS0V14E18PST100 HAUTS0V14E18SST100 19 250 V 4 A 5 A HO5 VV - F 40G0.5 HAUTS0V14E19PST100 HAUTS0V14E19SST100 * see page 18 3 m & 5 m version available on demand Eg: 3m HAUTS0V...300 5m HAUTS0V...500 © 2011 – SOURIAU 17 UTS Series Mechanics Harnesses Overmoulded harnesses, right angle ending Connector type Number of ways Voltage Current UL Current IEC Harmonised cable part number* Part number (length: 1m.) Male Female UTS standard 2+PE 600 V 44 A 40 A HO5 VV - F 3Gg10 HAUTS0V142G1PRA100 HAUTS0V142G1SRA100 2+PE 500 V 10 A 16 A HO5 VV - F 3x1.5 HAUTS0V103PRA100 HAUTS0V103SRA100 3+PE 500 V 10 A 16 A HO5 VV - F 3G1.5 HAUTS0V183G1PRA100 HAUTS0V183G1SRA100 3+PE 250 V 24 A 32 A HO5 VV - F 40G0.5 HAUTS0V183G1PRA100 HAUTS0V183G1SRA100 3+PE 500 V 10 A 16 A HO5 VV - F 4G1.5 HAUTS0V124PEPRA100 HAUTS0V124PESRA100 4 500 V 10 A 13 A HO5 VV - F 4x1.5 HAUTS0V104PRA100 HAUTS0V104SRA100 3 500 V 10 A 5 A HO5 VV - F 7G0.5 HAUTS0V103W3PRA100 HAUTS0V103W3SRA100 6 250 V 5 A 7 A HO5 VV - F 7x0.5 HAUTS0V106PRA100 HAUTS0V106SRA100 6+PE 500 V 10 A 16 A HO5 VV - F 7G1.5 HAUTS0V147PEPRA100 HAUTS0V147PESRA100 8 500 V 10 A 10 A HO5 VV - F 8x1.5 HAUTS0V128PRA100 HAUTS0V128SRA100 10 250 V 5 A 6 A HO5 VV - F 10G0.5 HAUTS0V1210PRA100 HAUTS0V1210SRA100 12 500 V 10 A 10 A HO5 VV - F 12x1.5 HAUTS0V1412PRA100 HAUTS0V1412SRA100 19 250 V 5 A 5 A HO5 VV - F 21G0.5 HAUTS0V1419PRA100 HAUTS0V1419SRA100 23 500 V 10 A 9 A HO5 VV - F 25G1.5 HAUTS0V1823PRA100 HAUTS0V1823SRA100 32 250 V 5 A 4 A HO5 VV - F 40G0.5 HAUTS0V1832PRA100 HAUTS0V1832SRA100 UTS Hi seal 2 250 V 7 A 7 A H05 VV - F 2x0.5 HAUTS0V8E2PRA100 HAUTS0V8E2SRA100 2 650 V 13 A 16 A HO5 VV - F 2x1.5 HAUTS0V12E2PRA100 HAUTS0V12E2SRA100 3 250 V 7 A 7 A HO5 VV - F 3x0.5 HAUTS0V8E3PRA100 HAUTS0V8E3SRA100 3 250 V 7 A 7 A HO5 VV - F 3x0.5 HAUTS0V8E3APRA100 HAUTS0V8E3ASRA100 3 250 V 7 A 7 A HO5 VV - F 3x0.5 HAUTS0V8E33PRA100 HAUTS0V8E33SRA100 3 650 V 13 A 16 A HO5 VV - F 3x1.5 HAUTS0V12E3PRA100 HAUTS0V12E3SRA100 4 250 V 7 A 7 A HO5 VV - F 4x0.5 HAUTS0V8E4PRA100 HAUTS0V8E4SRA100 5 650 V 12 A 16 A HO5 VV - F 4G1.5 HAUTS0V14E5PRA100 HAUTS0V14E5SRA100 6 250 V 5 A 7 A HO5 VV - F 7x0.5 HAUTS0V10E6PRA100 HAUTS0V10E6SRA100 6 250 V 6 A 7 A HO5 VV - F 7x0.5 HAUTS0V10E98PRA100 HAUTS0V10E98SRA100 6+PE 500 V 10 A 16 A HO5 VV - F 7G1.5 HAUTS0V14E7PEPRA100 HAUTS0V14E7PESRA100 7 250 V 6 A 7 A HO5 VV - F 7x0.5 HAUTS0V10E7PRA100 HAUTS0V10E7SRA100 8 250 V 5 A 6 A HO5 VV - F 10G0.5 HAUTS0V12E8PRA100 HAUTS0V12E8SRA100 10 250 V 5 A 6 A HO5 VV - F 10G0.5 HAUTS0V12E10PRA100 HAUTS0V12E10SRA100 12 250 V 5 A 4 A HO5 VV - F 12G0.5 HAUTS0V14E12PRA100 HAUTS0V14E12SRA100 14 250 V 5 A 5 A HO5 VV - F 14G0.5 HAUTS0V12E14PRA100 HAUTS0V12E14SRA100 15 650 V 12 A 4 A HO5 VV - F 18G0.5 HAUTS0V14E15PRA100 HAUTS0V14E15SRA100 18 250 V 4 A 4 A HO5 VV - F 18G0.5 HAUTS0V14E18PRA100 HAUTS0V14E18SRA100 19 250 V 4 A 5 A HO5 VV - F 40G0.5 HAUTS0V14E19PRA100 HAUTS0V14E19SRA100 * see page 18 3 m & 5 m version available on demand Eg: 3m HAUTS0V...300 5m HAUTS0V...500 Mechanics 18 © 2011 – SOURIAU UTS Series Mechanics Standardization of European cable - DIN VDE 0281/DIN VDE 0282/DIN VDE 0292 1. Basic type 2. Working voltage 3. Insulating 4. Sheathcladding material 5. Special features 6. Conductor types 7. Number of conductors 8. Protective conductor 9. Conductor crosssectional H: Harmonized Type 03: 300/300 V. V: PVC V: PVC H: Ribbon cable, separable U: Single wire X: Without protective conductor Area specifi ed in mm2 A: National Type 05: 300/500 V. R: Rubber R: Rubber H2: Ribbon cable non-separable R: Multi-wire G: With protective conductor 07: 450/750 V. S: Silicone Rubber N: Cloroprene Rubber K: Fine wire (permanently installed) J: Glass-fi lament braiding F: Fine wire (fl exible) T: Textile braiding H: Super fi ne wire Y: Tinsel strand 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Harmonized wire coding system Example: Harmonized type, 300/500V, PVC insulating, PVC sheath- cladding, Fine wire, 3x1.5 cross-sectional: H05VVF3x1.5 Cable information Range of temperature: Occasional fl exing: -5°C up to +70°C Fixed installation: -40°C up to +80°C Rated voltage: U0/U: 300/500 V Wire section : Arrangement with #16 contact: wire section 1.5 mm² Arrangement with #20 contact: wire section 0.5 mm² Harmonized reference: H05 VVF XX © 2011 – SOURIAU 19 UTS Series Mechanics Standardization of American cable Nomenclature Key Defi nitions of Cable Types S: Service Grade (also means extra hard service when not followed by J, V, or P) J: Hard Service V: Vacuum cleaner cord (also light duty cable) P: Parallel cord (also known as zip cord) – Always light duty E: Thermoplastic Elastomer (UL/NEC designation ONLY) O: Oil Resistant* T: Thermoplastic W: Outdoor-includes sunlight resistant jacket and wet location rated conductors (formerly "W-A") H: Heater cable VW-1: Flame retardant FT2: Flame retardant SVT: Thermoplastic insulated vacuum cleaner cord, with or without 3rd conductor for grounding purposes; 300V. (PVC) SJT: Junior hard service, thermoplastic insulated conductors and jacket. 300V. (PVC) SJTW: Same as SJT except outdoor rated. (PVC) SJTO: Same as SJT but oil resistant outer jacket. (PVC) SJTOW: Same as SJTO except outdoor rated. (PVC) ST: Hard service cord with all thermoplastic construction, 600V. (PVC) STW: Same as ST except outdoor rated. (PVC) STO: Same as ST but with oil resistant outer jacket. (PVC) STOW: Same as STO except outdoor rated. (PVC) Mechanics 20 © 2011 – SOURIAU OR OR WITH Layout Specifi cations UTS Series 8E2/8D2 Contact type Connector type Backshell Part number Male insert Female insert Handsolder electrical contacts loaded Square fl ange receptacle Without (Fig.1) UTS08E2P UTS08E2S Plug Without (Fig.6) UTS68E2P UTS68E2S Cable gland (Fig.7) UTS6JC8E2P UTS6JC8E2S Jam nut receptacle Without (Fig.3) UTS78E2P UTS78E2S PCB contacts loaded Square fl ange receptacle Without (Fig.2) UTS08D2P UTS08D2S Jam nut receptacle with stand off and with hold down clips Without (Fig.5) UTS78D2P32 UTS78D2S32 Jam nut receptacle with stand off and withouthold down clip Without (Fig.4) UTS78D2P UTS78D2S Sealed unmated © 2011 – SOURIAU 21 Dimensions Note: all dimensions are in mm UTS Series 8E2/8D2 Square fl ange receptacle - UTS0 Front view 11.7 11.7 20.7 Ø12 Ø12 15.3 2.4 2.4 Ø3.2 7.5 7.5 7.8 Fig. 1 Fig. 2 Jam nut receptacle - UTS7 Front view 24.2 24.2 18 Ø12 3.5 3.4 Fig. 3 Fig. 4 Fig. 5 18 4.2 Ø12 3.5 3.4 18 Ø12 3.5 3.4 Plug - UTS6 25.3 54 Fig. 7 Fig. 6 Ø22.5 Mated connector length 61.1 66.6 UTS7 UTS0 Drilling pattern 1.5 Ø13.5 Ø22 Ø17.7 15° 15° Ø4 Ø3.1 1.5 Panel cut out 15.3 15.3 Ø3.3 Square fl ange receptacle - UTS0 Jam nut receptacle - UTS7 13.7 14.6 Front mounting Ø12.5 Rear mounting Ø14.5 Mechanics 2 contacts 7A/32V per IEC 61984 22 © 2011 – SOURIAU Jam nut sealing caps Square fl ange sealing cap Plug protective cap Accessories Electrical characteristics UL 7A 250V UL94 HB CSA 7A 250V UL94 HB IEC 7A 32V 1.5kV 3 UTS 8E2/8D2 derating curves Test conditions Contact used: Machined contacts Wires used: 0.518mm² 0 20 40 60 80 100 120 0 6 10 18 Current (A) Ambient Operating Temperature (°C) 12 14 16 2 4 8 Metal terminal IP40 Part number UTS8DCGE Part number UTS68C Metal terminal Part number UTS8DCG Part number UTS8DCGR UTS Series 8E2/8D2 Part numbers Receptacle cap Plug cap 85005585A 85005594 Plastic protective cap Part numbers / neoprene UTFD11B Gasket Current use Limited use Not recommended use © 2011 – SOURIAU 23 UTS Series 8E2/8D2 Mechanics 24 © 2011 – SOURIAU OR WITH OR Layout UTS Series 12E2/12D2 Specifi cations Contact type Connector type Backshell Part number Male insert Female insert Handsolder electrical contacts loaded Square fl ange receptacle Without (Fig.1) UTS012E2P UTS012E2S Plug Without (Fig.6) UTS612E2P UTS612E2S Cable gland (Fig.7) UTS6JC12E2P UTS6JC12E2S Jam nut receptacle Without (Fig.3) UTS712E2P UTS712E2S PCB contacts loaded Square fl ange receptacle Without (Fig.2) UTS012D2P UTS012D2S Jam nut receptacle with stand off and with hold down clips Without (Fig.5) UTS712D2P32 UTS712D2S32 Jam nut receptacle with stand off and without hold down clip Without (Fig.4) UTS712D2P UTS712D2S Sealed unmated © 2011 – SOURIAU 25 UTS Series 12E2/12D2 Dimensions Note: all dimensions are in mm 2 contacts 16A/150V per IEC 61984 Square fl ange receptacle - UTS0 Front view 11.7 11.7 26.4 Ø19 Ø19 20.8 2.4 2.4 Ø3.2 7.5 7.5 7.8 Fig. 1 Fig. 2 Plug - UTS6 Mated connector length 25.3 66.7 75.3 81.7 Fig. 7 Fig. 6 Ø30.1 UTS7 UTS0 Panel cut out Drilling pattern 20.8 15.3 Ø3.3 Jam nut receptacle - UTS7 21.4 22.7 2.3 Ø22 Ø30.5 Ø26.2 30° 68° 10 Ø3.1 2.3 1.4 Square fl ange receptacle - UTS0 22° Front mounting Ø18.3 Rear mounting Ø22.3 Jam nut receptacle - UTS7 Front view 27.2 31.9 18 18 18 Ø19 Ø19 Ø19 3.5 3.5 3.5 3 3 3 4.2 Fig. 3 Fig. 4 Fig. 5 Mechanics 26 © 2011 – SOURIAU Metal terminal UTS Series 12E2/12D2 Accessories Metal terminal 0 20 40 60 80 100 120 0 10 20 30 Current (A) Ambient Operating Temperature (°C) Color coding rings * Add G for Green, Y for Yellow, R for Red Part numbers Receptacles Plugs UTS712CCRR UTS612CCRR UTS712CCRY UTS612CCRY UTS712CCRG UTS612CCRG G for Green Y for Yellow R for Red Plug sealing cap Square fl ange sealing cap Part number UTS612DCG Part number UTS12DCGE Jam nut sealing caps Part number UTS12DCG Part number UTS12DCGR Part numbers Receptacle cap Plug cap 85005587A 85005596 Plastic protective cap Part numbers / neoprene UTFD13B Gasket Electrical characteristics UL 13A 650V UL94 HB CSA 13A 650V UL94 HB IEC 16A 150V 2.5kV 3 UTS 12E2/12D2 derating curves Test conditions Contact used: Machined contacts Wires used: 1.31mm² Current use Limited use Not recommended use © 2011 – SOURIAU 27 UTS Series 12E2/12D2 Mechanics 28 © 2011 – SOURIAU OR OR WITH Layout UTS Series 103 Specifi cations Contact type Connector type Backshell Part number Male insert Female insert Crimp contacts supply separately see page 31 Free hanging receptacle Cable gland (Fig.1) UTS1JC103P UTS1JC103S Plug Without (Fig.2) UTS6103P UTS6103S Cable gland (Fig.3) UTS6JC103P UTS6JC103S PCB contacts supply separately see page 31 Jam nut receptacle Without (Fig.4) UTS7103P UTS7103S © 2011 – SOURIAU 29 UTS Series 103 Dimensions Note: all dimensions are in mm 2 + ground 16A/300V per IEC 61984 Free hanging - UTS1 70 Ø15.1 Fig. 1 Mated connector length - UTS7 77.3 Jam nut receptacle - UTS7 Fig. 4 18.3 12.3 27.2 22.5 Ø15.1 3.5 Panel cut out Drilling pattern Jam nut receptacle - UTS7 16.7 17.9 2.6 2.6 1.5 3 Plug - UTS6 Female Male Fig. 2 Fig. 3 33 63.2 25.3 Ø26.2 Ø26.2 Mechanics 30 © 2011 – SOURIAU UTS Series 103 Accessories and tooling Crimp tooling Contacts Contact size Part number of head RM/RC 28M1K(1) Standard contacts #16 Ø 1.6mm S16RCM20 RM/RC 24M9K(1) S16RCM20 RM/RC 20M13K(1) S16RCM20 RM/RC 20M12K(1) S16RCM20 RM/RC 16M23K(1) S16RCM16 RM/RC 14M50K(1) S16RCM1450 RM/RC 14M30K(1) S16RCM14 SM/SC 24ML1TK6(1) S16SCM20 SM/SC 20ML1TK6(1) S16SCM20 SM/SC 16ML1TK6(1) S16SCML1 SM/SC 14ML1TK6(1) S16SCML1 SM/SC 16ML11TK6(1) S16SCML11 RMDXK10D28K Coaxial contacts M10S-1J RCDXK1D28K M10S-1J RM/RC DX60xxD28K M10S-1J RM/RC DXK10D28 + york090 M10S-1J RM/RC DX60xxD28 M10S-1J (1): example of plating, for other plating see UTS catalog page 143 Jam nut sealing caps Metal terminal Part number UTS10DCG Part number UTS10DCGR Plug sealing cap Part number UTS610DCG Part numbers Receptacle cap Plug cap 85005586A 85005595 Plastic protective cap Part numbers / neoprene UTFD12B Gasket Color coding rings * Add G for Green, Y for Yellow, R for Red Part numbers Receptacles Plugs UTS710CCRR UTS610CCRR UTS710CCRY UTS610CCRY UTS710CCRG UTS610CCRG G for Green Y for Yellow R for Red Handle Tool kit Part number TOOLKIT Part number SHANDLES © 2011 – SOURIAU 31 Contacts UTS Series 103 UL 10A 500V UL94 V-0 CSA 7A 500V UL94 V-0 IEC 16A 300V 4kV 3 Temperature elevation: 50°C Electrical characteristics UTS 103 derating curves Test conditions Contact used: Machined contacts Wires used: 1.31mm² Current use Limited use Not recommended use 0 20 40 60 80 100 0 3 5 8 10 13 15 18 20 23 25 28 30 Current (A) Ambient Operating Temperature (°C) 120 #16 Contact type AWG Part number Max wire Ø Max Male Female insulator Ø Crimp Machined 30-28 RM28M1K(1) RC28M1K(1) 0.55 1.1 26-24 RM24M9K(1) RC24M9K(1) 0.8 1.6 22-20 RM20M13K(1) RC20M13K(1) 1.18 1.8 22-20 RM20M12K(1) RC20M12K(1) 1.18 2.2 20-16 RM16M23K(1) RC16M23K(1) 1.8 3.2 16-14 RM14M50K(1) RC14M50K(1) 2.05 3.2 16-14 RM14M30K(1) RC14M30K(1) 2.28 3.2 Stamped & formed reeled contacts 26-24 SM24M1TK6(1)(2) SC24M1TK6(1)(2) 0.89-1.28 - 22-20 SM20M1TK6(1)(2) SC20M1TK6(1)(2) 1.17-2.08 - 18-16 SM16M1TK6(1)(2) SC16M1TK6(1)(2) 3.0 - 18-16 SM16M11TK6(1)(2) SC16M11TK6(1)(2) 2.0-3.0 - 14 SM14M1TK6(1)(2) SC14M1TK6(1)(2) 3.2 - PCB Machined (3) - RM20M12E8K(1) RC20M12E84K(1) - - Coaxial Cable Multipiece - RMDXK10D28 RCDXK1D28 - - Cable Monocrimp - RMDX60xxD28 RCDX60xxD28 - - Twisted pair Multipiece - RMDXK10D28 + york090 RCDXK1D28 + york090 - - Twisted pair Monocrimp - RMDX60xxD28 RCDX60xxD28 - - Fiber optic POF contacts Plastic optical fi bre - RMPOF1000 RCPOF1000B - - (1): Example of plating, for other plating see page 143 (2): Loose piece contact available if putting L. Example: SM20ML1-TK6 (3): For dimensions see page 148 Mechanics 2 + ground 16A/300V per IEC 61984 32 © 2011 – SOURIAU OR WITH OR OR UTS Series 142G1 Specifi cations Layout Contact type Connector type Backshell Part number Male insert Female insert Crimp contacts supplied separately see page 35 Square fl ange receptacle Without (Fig. 1) UTS0142G1P Free hanging receptacle Cable gland (Fig. 6) UTS1JC142G1P UTS1JC142G1S Plug Without (Fig. 3) UTS6142G1P UTS6142G1S Cable gland (Fig. 4) UTS6JC142G1P UTS6JC142G1S Jam nut receptacle Without (Fig. 2) UTS7142G1P UTS7142G1S NPT threaded receptacle Without (Fig. 5) UTS7142G1SNPT © 2011 – SOURIAU 33 UTS Series 142G1 NPT threaded receptacle - UTS7 Dimensions Note: all dimensions are in mm Plug - UTS6 Female Male Fig. 3 Fig. 4 33 70 25.3 Ø31.5 Ø35.1 Square fl ange receptacle - UTS0 Free hanging - UTS1 70 Ø31.5 Fig. 6 Jam nut receptacle - UTS7 Fig. 2 18 1.6 35.1 30.4 Ø22.3 3.5 Panel cut out Jam nut receptacle - UTS7 24.15 25.55 Drilling pattern 3.6 3.6 2.1 4.2 Fig. 5 25.4 25.4 35.3 Ø22.3 23.1 NPT - 1/2˝ 11.7 Ø19 2.4 7.5 Fig. 1 20.8 26.4 Ø3.2 Fig. 1 Front view Mechanics 2 + ground 40A/300V per IEC 61984 34 © 2011 – SOURIAU UTS Series 142G1 Accessories and tooling Jam nut sealing caps Metal terminal Part number UTS14DCG Part number UTS14DCGR Hand tool Part number M317 Positioner + locator setting Part number VGE10078A Extraction tool Part number 51060210936 Plug sealing cap Part number UTS614DCG Part numbers Receptacle cap Plug cap 85005588A 85005597 Plastic protective cap Part numbers / neoprene UTFD14B Gasket Color coding rings * Add G for Green, Y for Yellow, R for Red Part numbers Receptacles Plugs UTS714CCRR UTS614CCRR UTS714CCRY UTS614CCRY UTS714CCRG UTS614CCRG G for Green Y for Yellow R for Red © 2011 – SOURIAU 35 UL 44A 600V UL94 V-0 CSA 30A 600V UL94 V-0 IEC 40A 300V 4kV 3 Electrical characteristics UTS 142G1 derating curves Current use Limited use Not recommended use UTS Series 142G1 Test conditions Contact used: Machined contacts Wires used: 8.37mm² 0 20 40 60 80 100 120 0 10 15 20 25 30 35 40 45 50 Current (A) Ambient Operating Temperature (°C) 5 Contacts #8 Contact type AWG Part number Max wire Ø Max Male Female insulator Ø Crimp Machined 16 82913601A(1) 82913600A(1) - 6.5 14 82913603A(1) 82913602A(1) - 12 82913605A(1) 82913604A(1) - 10 82913607A(1) 82913606A(1) - 8 82913609A(1) 82913608A(1) - (1): Example of plating, for other plating see page 143 Mechanics 2 + ground 40A/300V per IEC 61984 36 © 2011 – SOURIAU OR WITH OR UTS Series 8E3/8D3 Specifi cations Contact type Connector type Backshell Part number Male insert Female insert Handsolder electrical contacts loaded Square fl ange receptacle Without (Fig.1) UTS08E3P UTS08E3S Plug Without (Fig.6) UTS68E3P UTS68E3S Cable gland (Fig.7) UTS6JC8E3P UTS6JC8E3S Jam nut receptacle Without (Fig.3) UTS78E3P UTS78E3S PCB contacts loaded Square fl ange receptacle Without (Fig.2) UTS08D3P UTS08D3S Jam nut receptacle with stand off and with hold down clips Without (Fig.5) UTS78D3P32 UTS78D3S32 Jam nut receptacle with stand off and without hold down clip Without (Fig.4) UTS78D3P UTS78D3S Layout Sealed unmated © 2011 – SOURIAU 37 UTS Series 8E3/8D3 Dimensions Note: all dimensions are in mm 3 contacts 7A/32V per IEC 61984 Square fl ange receptacle - UTS0 Front view 11.7 11.7 20.7 Ø12 Ø12 15.3 2.4 2.4 Ø3.2 7.5 Fig. 1 Fig. 2 7.5 7.8 Plug - UTS6 25.3 54 Fig. 7 Fig. 6 Ø22.5 Mated connector length 61.1 66.6 UTS7 UTS0 Panel cut out Drilling pattern 15.3 15.3 Ø3.3 Jam nut receptacle - UTS7 13.7 14.6 1.6 Ø13.5 Ø22 Ø17.7 15° 15° Ø4 Ø3.1 1.6 1.9 0.9 Square fl ange receptacle - UTS0 Front mounting Ø12.5 Rear mounting Ø14.5 Jam nut receptacle - UTS7 Front view 24.2 24.2 18 Ø12 3.5 3.4 Fig. 3 Fig. 4 Fig. 5 18 4.2 Ø12 3.5 3.4 18 Ø12 3.5 3.4 Mechanics 38 © 2011 – SOURIAU UTS 8E3/8D3 derating curves UTS Series 8E3/8D3 Test conditions Contact used: Machined contacts Wires used: 0.518mm² 0 20 40 60 80 100 120 0 6 10 18 Current (A) Ambient Operating Temperature (°C) 12 14 16 2 4 8 Jam nut sealing caps Square fl ange sealing cap Plug protective cap Accessories Electrical characteristics Metal terminal IP40 Part number UTS8DCGE Part number UTS68C Metal terminal Part number UTS8DCG Part number UTS8DCGR Part numbers Receptacle cap Plug cap 85005585A 85005594 Plastic protective cap Part numbers / neoprene UTFD11B Gasket UL 7A 250V UL94 HB CSA 7A 250V UL94 HB IEC 7A 32V 1.5kV 3 Current use Limited use Not recommended use © 2011 – SOURIAU 39 UTS Series 8E3/8D3 Mechanics 40 © 2011 – SOURIAU OR WITH OR UTS Series 8E3A/8E98 - 8D3A/8D98 Specifi cations Contact type Connector type Backshell Part number Male insert Female insert Handsolder electrical contacts loaded Square fl ange receptacle Without (Fig.1) UTS08E3AP UTS08E3AS UTS08E98P UTS08E98S Plug Without (Fig.6) UTS68E3AP UTS68E3AS UTS68E98P UTS68E98S Cable gland (Fig.7) UTS6JC8E3AP UTS6JC8E3AS UTS6JC8E98P UTS6JC8E98S Jam nut receptacle Without (Fig.3) UTS78E3AP UTS78E3AS UTS78E98P UTS78E98S PCB contacts loaded Square fl ange receptacle Without (Fig.2) UTS08D3AP UTS08D3AS UTS08D98P UTS08D98S Jam nut receptacle with stand off and with hold down clips Without (Fig.5) UTS78D3AP32 UTS78D3AS32 UTS78D98P32 UTS78D98S32 Jam nut receptacle with stand off and without hold down clip Without (Fig.4) UTS78D3AP UTS78D3AS UTS78D98P UTS78D98S Layout Sealed unmated © 2011 – SOURIAU 41 UTS Series 8E3A/8E98 - 8D3A/8D98 Dimensions Note: all dimensions are in mm Jam nut receptacle - UTS7 Front view 24.2 24.2 18 Ø12 3.5 3 Fig. 3 Fig. 4 Fig. 5 18 4.2 Ø12 3.5 3 18 Ø12 3.5 3 Square fl ange receptacle - UTS0 Front view 11.7 11.7 20.7 Ø12 Ø12 15.3 2.4 2.4 Ø3.2 7.5 Fig. 1 Fig. 2 7.5 7.8 Panel cut out Drilling pattern 15.3 15.3 Ø3.3 Jam nut receptacle - UTS7 13.7 14.6 1.6 Ø13.5 Ø22 Ø17.7 15° 15° Ø4 Ø3.1 1.6 1.9 0.9 Square fl ange receptacle - UTS0 Front mounting Ø12.5 Rear mounting Ø14.5 Plug - UTS6 Mated connector length 25.3 54 Fig. 7 Fig. 6 Ø22.5 66.6 UTS7 UTS0 61.1 Mechanics 3 contacts 7A/50V per IEC 61984 42 © 2011 – SOURIAU UTS Series 8E3A/8E98 - 8D3A/8D98 UTS 8E3A/98 - 8D3A/98 derating curves Jam nut sealing caps Square fl ange sealing cap Plug protective cap Accessories Electrical characteristics Metal terminal IP40 Part number UTS8DCGE Part number UTS68C Metal terminal Part number UTS8DCG Part number UTS8DCGR Part numbers Receptacle cap Plug cap 85005585A 85005594 Plastic protective cap Part numbers / neoprene UTFD11B Gasket UL 7A 250V UL94 HB CSA 7A 250V UL94 HB IEC 7A 50V 1.5kV 3 Current use Limited use Not recommended use 0 20 40 60 80 100 120 0 6 10 18 Current (A) Ambient Operating Temperature (°C) 12 14 16 2 4 8 Test conditions Contact used: Machined contacts Wires used: 0.518mm² © 2011 – SOURIAU 43 UTS Series 8E3A/8E98 - 8D3A/8D98 Mechanics 44 © 2011 – SOURIAU OR WITH OR UTS Series 8E33/8D33 Specifi cations Contact type Connector type Backshell Part number Male insert Female insert Handsolder electrical contacts loaded Square fl ange receptacle Without (Fig.1) UTS08E33P UTS08E33S Plug Without (Fig.6) UTS68E33P UTS68E33S Cable gland (Fig.7) UTS6JC8E33P UTS6JC8E33S Jam nut receptacle Without (Fig.3) UTS78E33P UTS78E33S PCB contacts loaded Square fl ange receptacle Without (Fig.2) UTS08D33P UTS08D33S Jam nut receptacle with stand off and with hold down clips Without (Fig.5) UTS78D33P32 UTS78D33S32 Jam nut receptacle with stand off and without hold down clip Without (Fig.4) UTS78D33P UTS78D33S Layout Sealed unmated © 2011 – SOURIAU 45 UTS Series 8E33/8D33 Dimensions Note: all dimensions are in mm Jam nut receptacle - UTS7 Front view 24.2 24.2 18 Ø12 3.5 3.4 Fig. 3 Fig. 4 Fig. 5 18 4.2 Ø12 3.5 3.4 18 Ø12 3.5 3.4 Square fl ange receptacle - UTS0 Front view 11.7 11.7 20.7 Ø12 Ø12 15.3 2.4 2.4 Ø3.2 7.5 Fig. 1 Fig. 2 7.5 7.8 Plug - UTS6 Mated connector length 25.3 54 61.1 66.6 Fig. 7 UTS7 Fig. 6 Ø22.5 UTS0 Panel cut out Drilling pattern 15.3 15.3 Ø3.3 Jam nut receptacle - UTS7 13.7 14.6 1.6 Ø13.5 Ø22 Ø17.7 15° 15° Ø4 Ø3.1 1.6 1.9 0.9 Square fl ange receptacle - UTS0 Front mounting Ø12.5 Rear mounting Ø14.5 Mechanics 3 contacts 7A/50V per IEC 61984 46 © 2011 – SOURIAU UTS Series 8E33/8D33 UTS 8E33/8D33 de-rating curves Jam nut sealing caps Square fl ange sealing cap Plug protective cap Accessories Electrical characteristics Metal terminal IP40 Part number UTS8DCGE Part number UTS68C Metal terminal Part number UTS8DCG Part number UTS8DCGR Part numbers Receptacle cap Plug cap 85005585A 85005594 Plastic protective cap Part numbers / neoprene UTFD11B Gasket UL 7A 250V UL94 HB CSA 7A 250V UL94 HB IEC 7A 50V 1.5kV 3 Current use Limited use Not recommended use Test conditions Contact used: Machined contacts Wires used: 0.518mm² 0 20 40 60 80 100 120 0 6 10 18 Current (A) Ambient Operating Temperature (°C) 12 14 16 2 4 8 © 2011 – SOURIAU 47 UTS Series 8E33/8D33 Mechanics 48 © 2011 – SOURIAU UTS Series 12E3/12D3 OR WITH Specifi cations OR Contact type Connector type Backshell Part number Male insert Female insert Handsolder electrical contacts loaded Square fl ange receptacle Without (Fig.6) UTS012E3P UTS012E3S Plug Without (Fig.1) UTS612E3P UTS612E3S Cable gland (Fig.2) UTS6JC12E3P UTS6JC12E3S Jam nut receptacle Without (Fig.3) UTS712E3P UTS712E3S PCB contacts loaded Square fl ange receptacle Without (Fig.7) UTS012D3P UTS012D3S Jam nut receptacle with stand off and with hold down clips Without (Fig.5) UTS712D3P32 UTS712D3S32 Jam nut receptacle with stand off and without hold down clip Without (Fig.4) UTS712D3P UTS712D3S Layout Sealed unmated © 2011 – SOURIAU 49 UTS Series 12E3/12D3 Dimensions Note: all dimensions are in mm Jam nut receptacle - UTS7 Front view 27.2 31.9 18 Ø19 3.5 3 Fig. 3 Fig. 4 Fig. 5 18 4.2 Ø19 3.5 3 18 Ø19 3.5 3 Plug - UTS6 Fig. 1 Fig. 2 66.7 Ø30.1 Ø30.1 25.3 Square fl ange receptacle - UTS0 Mated connector length Fig. 6 Fig. 7 11.7 Ø19 2.4 7.5 7.8 20.8 26.4 Ø3.2 Front view 75.3 81.7 UTS7 UTS0 Panel cut out Drilling pattern 20.8 20.8 Ø3.3 Jam nut receptacle - UTS7 21.4 22.7 2.3 Ø22 Ø30.5 Ø26.2 30° 68° 10 Ø3.1 2.3 2.8 1.4 Square fl ange receptacle - UTS0 22° Front mounting Ø18.3 Rear mounting Ø22.3 7 Mechanics 3 contacts 16A/150V per IEC 61984 50 © 2011 – SOURIAU UTS Series 12E3/12D3 Metal terminal Accessories Metal terminal Color coding rings * Add G for Green, Y for Yellow, R for Red Part numbers Receptacles Plugs UTS712CCRR UTS612CCRR UTS712CCRY UTS612CCRY UTS712CCRG UTS612CCRG G for Green Y for Yellow R for Red Plug sealing cap Square fl ange sealing cap Part number UTS612DCG Part number UTS12DCGE Jam nut sealing caps Part number UTS12DCG Part number UTS12DCGR Part numbers Receptacle cap Plug cap 85005587A 85005596 Plastic protective cap Part numbers / neoprene UTFD13B Gasket Electrical characteristics UL 13A 650V UL94 HB CSA 13A 650V UL94 HB IEC 16A 150V 2.5kV 3 UTS 12E3/12D3 derating curves Test conditions Contact used: Machined contacts Wires used: 1.31mm² Current use Limited use Not recommended use 0 20 40 60 80 100 120 0 10 30 Current (A) Ambient Operating Temperature (°C) 20 © 2011 – SOURIAU 51 UTS Series 12E3/12D3 Mechanics 52 © 2011 – SOURIAU OR OR WITH OR UTS Series 124 - 12E4/12D4 Specifi cations Contact type Connector type Backshell Part number Male insert Female insert Crimp contacts supply separately see page 55 Square fl ange receptacle Without (Fig.1) UTS0124P Jam nut receptacle Without (Fig.5) UTS7124P UTS7124S Free hanging receptacle Cable gland (Fig.13) UTS1JC124P UTS1JC124S Plug Without (Fig.11) UTS6124P UTS6124S Cable gland (Fig.12) UTS6JC124P UTS6JC124S Handsolder electrical contacts loaded Square fl ange receptacle Without (Fig.3) UTS012E4P UTS012E4S Jam nut receptacle Without (Fig.10) UTS712E4P UTS712E4S Plug Without (Fig.11) UTS612E4P UTS612E4S Plug Cable gland (Fig.12) UTS6JC12E4P UTS6JC12E4S Screw contacts loaded Jam nut receptacle Without (Fig.7 & 8) UTS7124PSCR UTS7124SSCR Plug Without (Fig.11) UTS6124PSCR UTS6124SSCR Cable gland (Fig.12) UTS6JC124PSCR UTS6JC124SSCR Free hanging receptacle Cable gland (Fig.13) UTS1JC124PSCR PCB contacts supply separately see page 55 Square fl ange receptacle Without (Fig.4) UTS0124P Jam nut receptacle Without (Fig.6) UTS7124P UTS7124S PCB contacts loaded Square fl ange receptacle Without (Fig.2) UTS012D4P UTS012D4S Jam nut receptacle with stand off and without hold down clip Without (Fig.9) UTS712D4P UTS712D4S Jam nut receptacle with stand off and with hold down clips Without (Fig.9) UTS712D4P32 UTS712D4S32 Layout Sealed unmated © 2011 – SOURIAU 53 UTS Series 124 - 12E4/12D4 Dimensions Note: all dimensions are in mm Jam nut receptacle - UTS7 Hold down clip Male Female Fig. 6 Fig. 8 Fig. 10 Front view Fig. 5 Fig. 7 Fig. 9 31.9 18 18 18 27.2 Ø19 Ø19 Ø19 3.5 3.5 3.5 2.4 2.4 4.2 3 Square fl ange receptacle - UTS0 11.7 11.7 11.7 Ø19 Ø19 Ø19 20.8 26.4 2.4 2.4 4 2.4 7.5 9.1 7.5 Ø3.2 Fig. 3 Fig. 4 Front view Fig. 2 Fig. 1 7.5 7.8 Free hanging - UTS1 / Plug - UTS6 Mated connector length 25.3 74 66.7 Fig. 13 Fig. 11 Fig. 12 Ø30.1 75.3 81.7 UTS7 UTS0 Panel cut out Drilling pattern 20.8 20.8 Front mounting Ø18.3 Ø3.3 Rear mounting Ø22.3 Jam nut receptacle - UTS7 21.4 22.7 3.1 Ø22 Ø30.5 Ø26.2 30° 68° 10 Ø3.1 3.1 3.1 3.1 Square fl ange receptacle - UTS0 22° Mechanics 3 + ground 16A/300V per IEC 61984 54 © 2011 – SOURIAU Accessories and tooling (1): example of plating, for other plating see UTS catalog page 143 Metal terminal * Add G for Green, Y for Yellow, R for Red G for Green Y for Yellow R for Red UTS Series 124 - 12E4/12D4 Crimp tooling Contacts Contact size Part number of head RM/RC 28M1K(1) Standard contacts #16 Ø 1.6mm S16RCM20 RM/RC 24M9K(1) S16RCM20 RM/RC 20M13K(1) S16RCM20 RM/RC 20M12K(1) S16RCM20 RM/RC 16M23K(1) S16RCM16 RM/RC 14M50K(1) S16RCM1450 RM/RC 14M30K(1) S16RCM14 SM/SC 24ML1TK6(1) S16SCM20 SM/SC 20ML1TK6(1) S16SCM20 SM/SC 16ML1TK6(1) S16SCML1 SM/SC 14ML1TK6(1) S16SCML1 SM/SC 16ML11TK6(1) S16SCML11 RMDXK10D28K Coaxial contacts M10S-1J RCDXK1D28K M10S-1J RM/RC DX60xxD28K M10S-1J RM/RC DXK10D28 + york090 M10S-1J RM/RC DX60xxD28 M10S-1J Jam nut sealing caps Part number UTS12DCG Part number UTS12DCGR Plug sealing cap Square fl ange sealing cap Part number UTS612DCG Part number UTS12DCGE Part numbers Receptacle cap Plug cap 85005587A 85005596 Plastic protective cap Part numbers / neoprene UTFD13B Gasket Color coding rings Part numbers Receptacles Plugs UTS712CCRR UTS612CCRR UTS712CCRY UTS612CCRY UTS712CCRG UTS612CCRG Handle Tool kit Part number TOOLKIT Part number SHANDLES Metal terminal © 2011 – SOURIAU 55 UL 10A 500V UL94 V-0 CSA 7A 500V UL94 V-0 IEC 16A 300V 4kV 3 Temperature elevation: 50°C UTS Series 124 - 12E4/12D4 0 20 40 60 80 100 120 0 10 30 Current (A) Ambient Operating Temperature (°C) 20 18 15 13 28 25 23 8 5 3 Contacts Electrical characteristics UTS 124 derating curves Test conditions Contact used: Machined contacts Wires used: 1.31mm² Current use Limited use Not recommended use #16 Contact type AWG Part number Max wire Ø Max Male Female insulator Ø Crimp Machined 30-28 RM28M1K(1) RC28M1K(1) 0.55 1.1 26-24 RM24M9K(1) RC24M9K(1) 0.8 1.6 22-20 RM20M13K(1) RC20M13K(1) 1.18 1.8 22-20 RM20M12K(1) RC20M12K(1) 1.18 2.2 20-16 RM16M23K(1) RC16M23K(1) 1.8 3.2 16-14 RM14M50K(1) RC14M50K(1) 2.05 3.2 16-14 RM14M30K(1) RC14M30K(1) 2.28 3.2 Stamped & formed reeled contacts 26-24 SM24M1TK6(1)(2) SC24M1TK6(1)(2) 0.89-1.28 - 22-20 SM20M1TK6(1)(2) SC20M1TK6(1)(2) 1.17-2.08 - 18-16 SM16M1TK6(1)(2) SC16M1TK6(1)(2) 3.0 - 18-16 SM16M11TK6(1)(2) SC16M11TK6(1)(2) 2.0-3.0 - 14 SM14M1TK6(1)(2) SC14M1TK6(1)(2) 3.2 - PCB Machined (3) - RM20M12E8K(1) RC20M12E84K(1) - - Coaxial Cable Multipiece - RMDXK10D28 RCDXK1D28 - - Cable Monocrimp - RMDX60xxD28 RCDX60xxD28 - - Twisted pair Multipiece - RMDXK10D28 + york090 RCDXK1D28 + york090 - - Twisted pair Monocrimp - RMDX60xxD28 RCDX60xxD28 - - Fiber optic POF contacts Plastic optical fi bre - RMPOF1000 RCPOF1000B - - (1): Example of plating, for other plating see page 143 (2): Loose piece contact available if putting L. Example: SM20ML1-TK6 (3): For dimensions see page 148 Mechanics 3 + ground 16A/300V per IEC 61984 56 © 2011 – SOURIAU WITH Specifi cations Contact type Connector type Backshell Part number Male insert Female insert Crimp contacts supply separately see page 59 NPT threaded receptacle Without (Fig.1) UTS7183G1SNPT Plug Without (Fig.2) UTS6183G1P Plug Cable gland (Fig.3) UTS6JC183G1P Layout UTS Series 183G1 © 2011 – SOURIAU 57 Dimensions UTS Series 183G1 Note: all dimensions are in mm NPT threaded receptacle - UTS7 17.3 14.5 31.8 NPT - 3/4˝ Ø28.6 Ø19.6 Fig. 1 Plug - UTS6 Fig. 2 Fig. 3 37.5 81.3 Ø42 Ø42 Mated connector length - UTS6JC 90.5 Drilling pattern 5.1 5.1 5.1 5.1 Mechanics 3 + ground 32A/300V per IEC 61984 58 © 2011 – SOURIAU Accessories and tooling Metal terminal * Add G for Green, Y for Yellow, R for Red G for Green Y for Yellow R for Red UTS Series 183G1 Jam nut sealing caps Part number UTS14DCG Part number UTS14DCGR Hand tool Part number M317 Positioner + locator setting Part number VGE10078A Extraction tool Part number 51060210936 Part numbers Receptacle cap Plug cap 85005590A 85005599 Plastic protective cap Part numbers / neoprene UTFD14B Gasket Color coding rings Part numbers Receptacles Plugs UTS714CCRR UTS614CCRR UTS714CCRY UTS614CCRY UTS714CCRG UTS614CCRG Plug sealing cap Part number UTS614DCG © 2011 – SOURIAU 59 UL 23A 600V UL94 V-0 CSA 23A 600V UL94 V-0 IEC 32A 300V 4kV 3 Electrical characteristics UTS 183G1 derating curves Current use Limited use Not recommended use Test conditions Contact used: Machined contacts Wires used: 8.37mm² UTS Series 183G1 0 20 40 60 80 100 120 0 5 10 15 20 25 30 35 40 45 50 Current (A) Ambient Operating Temperature (°C) Contacts #8 Contact type AWG Part number Max wire Ø Max Male Female insulator Ø Crimp Machined 16 82913601A(1) 82913600A(1) - 6.5 14 82913603A(1) 82913602A(1) - 12 82913605A(1) 82913604A(1) - 10 82913607A(1) 82913606A(1) - 8 82913609A(1) 82913608A(1) - (1): Example of plating, for other plating see page 143 Mechanics 3 + ground 32A/300V per IEC 61984 60 © 2011 – SOURIAU OR OR WITH UTS Series 8E4/8D4 Specifi cations Contact type Connector type Backshell Part number Male insert Female insert Handsolder electrical contacts loaded Square fl ange receptacle Without (Fig.1) UTS08E4P UTS08E4S Plug Without (Fig.6) UTS68E4P UTS68E4S Cable gland (Fig.7) UTS6JC8E4P UTS6JC8E4S Jam nut receptacle Without (Fig.3) UTS78E4P UTS78E4S PCB contacts loaded Square fl ange receptacle Without (Fig.2) UTS08D4P UTS08D4S Jam nut receptacle with stand off and with hold down clips Without (Fig.5) UTS78D4P32 UTS78D4S32 Jam nut receptacle with stand off and without hold down clip Without (Fig.4) UTS78D4P UTS78D4S Layout Sealed unmated © 2011 – SOURIAU 61 UTS Series 8E4/8D4 Dimensions Note: all dimensions are in mm Jam nut receptacle - UTS7 Front view 24.2 24.2 18 Ø12 3.5 3.4 Fig. 3 Fig. 4 Fig. 5 18 4.2 Ø12 3.5 3.4 18 Ø12 3.5 3.4 Square fl ange receptacle - UTS0 Front view 11.7 11.7 20.7 Ø12 Ø12 15.3 2.4 2.4 Ø3.2 7.5 Fig. 1 Fig. 2 7.5 7.8 Plug - UTS6 Mated connector length 25.3 54 Fig. 7 Fig. 6 Ø22.5 61.1 66.6 UTS7 UTS0 Panel cut out Drilling pattern 15.3 15.3 Ø3.3 Jam nut receptacle - UTS7 13.7 14.6 1.4 Ø13.5 Ø22 Ø17.7 15° 15° Ø4 Ø3.1 1.4 1.4 1.4 Square fl ange receptacle - UTS0 Front mounting Ø12.5 Rear mounting Ø14.5 Mechanics 4 contacts 7A/32V per IEC 61984 62 © 2011 – SOURIAU UTS Series 8E4/8D4 UTS 8E4/8D4 derating curves Jam nut sealing caps Square fl ange sealing cap Plug protective cap Accessories Electrical characteristics Metal terminal IP40 Part number UTS8DCGE Part number UTS68C Metal terminal Part number UTS8DCG Part number UTS8DCGR Part numbers Receptacle cap Plug cap 85005585A 85005594 Plastic protective cap Part numbers / neoprene UTFD11B Gasket UL 7A 250V UL94 HB CSA 7A 250V UL94 HB IEC 7A 32V 1.5kV 3 Current use Limited use Not recommended use Test conditions Contact used: Machined contacts Wires used: 0.518mm² 0 20 40 60 80 100 120 0 4 2 6 8 10 12 14 16 18 Current (A) Ambient Operating Temperature (°C) © 2011 – SOURIAU 63 UTS Series 8E4/8D4 Mechanics 64 © 2011 – SOURIAU WITH UTS Series 102W2 (2x#12 + 2x#20) Specifi cations Contact type Connector type Backshell Part number Male insert Female insert Crimp contacts supply separately see page 67 Free hanging receptacle Cable gland (Fig.1) UTS1JC102W2P UTS1JC102W2S Plug Without (Fig.2) UTS6102W2P UTS6102W2S Plug Cable gland (Fig.3) UTS6JC102W2P UTS6JC102W2S Jam nut receptacle Without (Fig.4) UTS7102W2P UTS7102W2S Layout © 2011 – SOURIAU 65 UTS Series 102W2 (2x#12 + 2x#20) Dimensions Note: all dimensions are in mm Free hanging - UTS1 70 Ø15.1 Fig. 1 Plug - UTS6 Fig. 2 Male Fig. 2 Female Fig. 3 33 63.2 Ø26.2 Ø26.2 Ø26.2 25.3 Panel cut out Drilling pattern Jam nut receptacle - UTS7 16.7 17.9 3 3 3 3 Jam nut receptacle - UTS7 Mated connector length - UTS7 Fig. 4 18.3 27.2 22.5 Ø15.1 3.5 2.4 77.3 Mechanics 4 contacts 25A/150V per IEC 61984 66 © 2011 – SOURIAU UTS Series 102W2 (2x#12 + 2x#20) Metal terminal * Add G for Green, Y for Yellow, R for Red G for Green Y for Yellow R for Red Jam nut sealing caps Part number UTS10DCG Part number UTS10DCGR Plug sealing cap Part number UTS610DCG Part numbers Receptacle cap Plug cap 85005586A 85005595 Plastic protective cap Part numbers / neoprene UTFD12B Gasket Color coding rings Part numbers Receptacles Plugs UTS710CCRR UTS610CCRR UTS710CCRY UTS610CCRY UTS710CCRG UTS610CCRG Accessories and tooling Crimp tooling #20 Crimp tooling #12 Part number TOOLKIT Part number extraction tool 51060210924 (1): example of plating, for other plating see UTS catalog page 148 (2): contact reeled (3): loose contact Part number SHANDLES Contacts Contact size Part number of head RM/RC 24W3K(1) Standard contacts #20 Ø 1mm S20RM RM/RC 20W3K(1) S20RM RM/RC 18W3K(1) S20RM SM/SC 24W3S(2) S20SCM20 SM/SC 24WL3S(3) S20SCM20 SM/SC 20W3S(2) S20SCM20 SM/SC 20WL3S(3) S20SCM20 Part number positioner + locator setting VGE10078A Part number hand tool M317 © 2011 – SOURIAU 67 UTS Series 102W2 (2x#12 + 2x#20) Contacts #20 Contact type AWG Part number Max insulator Ø Male Female Crimp Machined 26-24 RM24W3K(1) RC24W3K(1) 1.58 22-20 RM20W3K(1) RC20W3K(1) 1.58 20-18 RM18W3K(1) RC18W3K(1) 2.1 stamped & formed reeled contacts 26-24 SM24W3TK6(2) SC24W3TK6(2) 0.89-1.58 26-24 SM24W3S26(2) SC24W3S25(2) 0.89-1.58 22-20 SM20W3TK6(2) SC20W3TK6(2) 1.17-2.08 22-20 SM20W3S26(2) SC20W3S25(2) 1.17-2.08 PCB Machined (3) - RMW5016K RCW5016K - (1): Example of plating, for other plating see page 143 (2): Loose piece contact available if putting L. Example: SM20ML1-TK6 (3): For dimensions see page 148 1) E l f l ti f th l ti #12 Crimp Machined 22 82911457NA 82911456A 4.9 20 82911459NA 82911458A 18 82911461NA 82911460A 16 82911463NA 82911462A 14 82911465NA 82911464A 12 82911467NA 82911466A UL 20A 500V UL94 V-0 CSA 18A 500V UL94 V-0 IEC 25A 150V 2.5kV 3 Temperature elevation: 50°C Electrical characteristics UTS 102W2 derating curves Test conditions Contact used: Machined contacts Wires used: 0.518mm² Current use Limited use Not recommended use 0 20 40 60 80 100 120 0 5 10 15 20 25 30 35 40 45 50 Current (A) Ambient Operating Temperature (°C) Mechanics 4 contacts 25A/150V per IEC 61984 68 © 2011 – SOURIAU OR OR OR WITH OR UTS Series 104 Specifi cations Contact type Connector type Backshell Part number Male insert Female insert Crimp contact supply separately see next page 71 Square fl ange receptacle Without (Fig.1) UTS0104P UTS0104S Free hanging receptacle Cable gland and grommet (Fig.2) UTS1GJC104P Free hanging receptacle Nut and grommet (Fig.3) UTS1GN104P Free hanging receptacle Cable gland (Fig.2) UTS1JC104P UTS1JC104S Plug Without (Fig.4) UTS6104P UTS6104S Plug Cable gland and grommet (Fig.5) UTS6GJC104S Plug Nut and grommet (Fig.6) UTS6GN104S Plug Cable gland (Fig.5) UTS6JC104P UTS6JC104S Jam nut receptacle Without (Fig.7) UTS7104P UTS7104S Jam nut receptacle Cable gland and grommet (Fig.9) UTS7GJC104P Jam nut receptacle Nut and grommet (Fig.8) UTS7GN104P Layout © 2011 – SOURIAU 69 UTS Series 104 Dimensions Note: all dimensions are in mm Square fl ange receptacle - UTS0 Free hanging - UTS1 11.5 70 40.9 Ø15.1 Ø15.1 20.8 24 2.4 10.5 Ø3.2 Fig. 1 Front view Fig. 3 Fig. 2 Plug - UTS6 Female Male Fig. 4 Fig. 5 Fig. 6 33 63.2 32.5 25.3 Ø26.2 Ø26.2 Ø26.2 Panel cut out Drilling pattern 18.5 18.5 Ø3.3 Jam nut receptacle - UTS7 16.7 17.9 3 3 3 3 Front mounting Ø15.2 Rear mounting Ø17.9 Square fl ange receptacle - UTS0 Jam nut receptacle - UTS7 Mated connector length Fig. 7 Fig. 9 Fig. 8 18.3 18.3 41 70.7 Ø15.1 Ø15.1 3.5 3.5 2.4 70.9 77.3 UTS7 UTS0 Mechanics 4 contacts 13A/150V per IEC 61984 70 © 2011 – SOURIAU UTS Series 104 Accessories and tooling (1): example of plating, for other plating see UTS catalog page 143 Metal terminal * Add G for Green, Y for Yellow, R for Red G for Green Y for Yellow R for Red Crimp tooling Contacts Contact size Part number of head RM/RC 28M1K(1) Standard contacts #16 Ø 1.6mm S16RCM20 RM/RC 24M9K(1) S16RCM20 RM/RC 20M13K(1) S16RCM20 RM/RC 20M12K(1) S16RCM20 RM/RC 16M23K(1) S16RCM16 RM/RC 14M50K(1) S16RCM1450 RM/RC 14M30K(1) S16RCM14 SM/SC 24ML1TK6(1) S16SCM20 SM/SC 20ML1TK6(1) S16SCM20 SM/SC 16ML1TK6(1) S16SCML1 SM/SC 14ML1TK6(1) S16SCML1 SM/SC 16ML11TK6(1) S16SCML11 RMDXK10D28K Coaxial contacts M10S-1J RCDXK1D28K M10S-1J RM/RC DX60xxD28K M10S-1J RM/RC DXK10D28 + york090 M10S-1J RM/RC DX60xxD28 M10S-1J Jam nut sealing caps Part number UTS10DCG Part number UTS10DCGR Plug sealing cap Square fl ange sealing cap Part number UTS610DCG Part number UTS10DCGE Part numbers Receptacle cap Plug cap 85005586A 85005595 Plastic protective cap Part numbers / neoprene UTFD12B Gasket Color coding rings Part numbers Receptacles Plugs UTS710CCRR UTS610CCRR UTS710CCRY UTS610CCRY UTS710CCRG UTS610CCRG Handle Tool kit Part number TOOLKIT Part number SHANDLES Metal terminal © 2011 – SOURIAU 71 UTS Series 104 Contacts UL 10A 500V UL94 V-0 CSA 7A 500V UL94 V-0 IEC 13A 150V 2.5kV 3 Electrical characteristics UTS 104 derating curves Test conditions Contact used: Machined contacts Wires used: 1.31mm² Current use Limited use Not recommended use 0 20 40 60 80 100 0 3 5 8 10 13 15 18 20 23 25 28 30 Current (A) Ambient Operating Temperature (°C) 120 #16 Contact type AWG Part number Max wire Ø Max Male Female insulator Ø Crimp Machined 30-28 RM28M1K(1) RC28M1K(1) 0.55 1.1 26-24 RM24M9K(1) RC24M9K(1) 0.8 1.6 22-20 RM20M13K(1) RC20M13K(1) 1.18 1.8 22-20 RM20M12K(1) RC20M12K(1) 1.18 2.2 20-16 RM16M23K(1) RC16M23K(1) 1.8 3.2 16-14 RM14M50K(1) RC14M50K(1) 2.05 3.2 16-14 RM14M30K(1) RC14M30K(1) 2.28 3.2 Stamped & formed reeled contacts 26-24 SM24M1TK6(1)(2) SC24M1TK6(1)(2) 0.89-1.28 - 22-20 SM20M1TK6(1)(2) SC20M1TK6(1)(2) 1.17-2.08 - 18-16 SM16M1TK6(1)(2) SC16M1TK6(1)(2) 3.0 - 18-16 SM16M11TK6(1)(2) SC16M11TK6(1)(2) 2.0-3.0 - 14 SM14M1TK6(1)(2) SC14M1TK6(1)(2) 3.2 - PCB Machined (3) - RM20M12E8K(1) RC20M12E84K(1) - - Coaxial Cable Multipiece - RMDXK10D28 RCDXK1D28 - - Cable Monocrimp - RMDX60xxD28 RCDX60xxD28 - - Twisted pair Multipiece - RMDXK10D28 + york090 RCDXK1D28 + york090 - - Twisted pair Monocrimp - RMDX60xxD28 RCDX60xxD28 - - Fiber optic POF contacts Plastic optical fi bre - RMPOF1000 RCPOF1000B - - (1): Example of plating, for other plating see page 143 (2): Loose piece contact available if putting L. Example: SM20ML1-TK6 (3): For dimensions see page 148 Mechanics 4 contacts 13A/150V per IEC 61984 72 © 2011 – SOURIAU OR WITH OR UTS Series 14E5/14D5 Specifi cations Contact type Connector type Backshell Part number Male insert Female insert Handsolder electrical contacts loaded Square fl ange receptacle Without (Fig.6) UTS014E5P UTS014E5S Plug Without (Fig.1) UTS614E5P UTS614E5S Cable gland (Fig.2) UTS6JC14E5P UTS6JC14E5S Jam nut receptacle Without (Fig.3) UTS714E5P UTS714E5S PCB contacts loaded Square fl ange receptacle Without (Fig.6) UTS014D5P UTS014D5S Jam nut receptacle with hold down clips Without (Fig.4) UTS714D5P32 UTS714D5S32 Jam nut receptacle with stand off and without hold down clip Without (Fig.5) UTS714D5P UTS714D5S Layout Sealed unmated © 2011 – SOURIAU 73 UTS Series 14E5/14D5 Dimensions Note: all dimensions are in mm Jam nut receptacle - UTS7 Front view 30.4 35.1 18 Ø22.3 3.5 3 Fig. 3 Fig. 4 Fig. 5 4.2 18 Ø22.3 3.5 3 18 Ø22.3 3.5 3 Plug - UTS6 Fig. 1 Fig. 2 70 Ø35.1 Ø35.1 25.3 Mated connector length 75 82 Square fl ange receptacle - UTS0 Fig. 6 11.3 Ø22.3 2.3 7.5 7.8 23.2 28.8 Ø3.2 Front view UTS7 UTS0 Panel cut out Drilling pattern 23.2 23.2 Ø3.3 Jam nut receptacle - UTS7 24.5 25.9 4 Ø22 Ø30.5 Ø26.2 30° 68° 10 Ø3.1 2.3 3.7 0.6 2.5 22° Front mounting Ø21.5 Rear mounting Ø25.1 Square fl ange receptacle - UTS0 Mechanics 5 contacts 16A/150V per IEC 61984 74 © 2011 – SOURIAU UTS Series 14E5/14D5 UTS 14E5/14D5 derating curves Jam nut sealing caps Plug sealing cap Square fl ange sealing cap Accessories Electrical characteristics Metal terminal Part number UTS614DCG Part number UTS14DCGE Metal terminal Part number UTS14DCG Part number UTS14DCGR Part numbers Receptacle cap Plug cap 85005588A 85005597 Plastic protective cap Part numbers / neoprene UTFD14B Gasket UL 12A 650V UL94 HB CSA 12A 650V UL94 HB IEC 16A 150V 2.5kV 3 Current use Limited use Not recommended use Test conditions Contact used: Machined contacts Wires used: 1.31mm² 0 20 40 60 80 100 120 0 4 2 6 8 10 12 14 16 18 Current (A) Ambient Operating Temperature (°C) Color coding rings * Add G for Green, Y for Yellow, R for Red Part numbers Receptacles Plugs UTS714CCRR UTS614CCRR UTS714CCRY UTS614CCRY UTS714CCRG UTS614CCRG G for Green Y for Yellow R for Red © 2011 – SOURIAU 75 UTS Series 14E5/14D5 Mechanics 76 © 2011 – SOURIAU UTS Series 103W3 (3x#16 + 3x#20) Specifi cations Contact type Connector type Backshell Part number Male insert Female insert Crimp contacts supply separately see page 79 Free hanging receptacle Cable gland (Fig.1) UTS1JC103W3P UTS1JC103W3S Plug Without (Fig.2) UTS6103W3P UTS6103W3S Plug Cable gland (Fig.3) UTS6JC103W3P UTS6JC103W3S Jam nut receptacle Without (Fig.4) UTS7103W3P UTS7103W3S PCB contacts supply separately see page 79 Jam nut receptacle with stand off and without hold down clip Without (Fig.4) UTS7103W3P UTS7103W3S OR WITH OR Layout © 2011 – SOURIAU 77 UTS Series 103W3 (3x#16 + 3x#20) Dimensions Note: all dimensions are in mm Plug - UTS6 Fig. 2 Male Fig. 2 Female Fig. 3 33 63.2 Ø26.2 Ø26.2 Ø26.2 25.3 Jam nut receptacle - UTS7 Mated connector length - UTS7 Fig. 4 18.3 27.2 22.5 Ø15.1 3.5 2.4 77.3 Panel cut out Drilling pattern 3 2.5 2.5 0.7 0.8 Jam nut receptacle - UTS7 16.7 17.9 Free hanging - UTS1 70 Ø15.1 Fig. 1 Mechanics 6 contacts 5A/32V per IEC 61984 78 © 2011 – SOURIAU UTS Series 103W3 (3x#16 + 3x#20) Accessories and tooling Metal terminal * Add G for Green, Y for Yellow, R for Red G for Green Y for Yellow R for Red Crimp tooling Jam nut sealing caps Part number UTS10DCG Part number UTS10DCGR Plug sealing cap Square fl ange sealing cap Part number UTS610DCG Part number UTS10DCGE Part numbers Receptacle cap Plug cap 85005586A 85005595 Plastic protective cap Part numbers / neoprene UTFD12B Gasket Color coding rings Part numbers Receptacles Plugs UTS710CCRR UTS610CCRR UTS710CCRY UTS610CCRY UTS710CCRG UTS610CCRG Handle Tool kit Part number TOOLKIT Part number SHANDLES Metal terminal Contacts Contact size Part number of head RM/RC 28M1K(1) Standard contacts #16 Ø 1.6mm S16RCM20 RM/RC 24M9K(1) S16RCM20 RM/RC 20M13K(1) S16RCM20 RM/RC 20M12K(1) S16RCM20 RM/RC 16M23K(1) S16RCM16 RM/RC 14M50K(1) S16RCM1450 RM/RC 14M30K(1) S16RCM14 SM/SC 24ML1TK6(1) S16SCM20 SM/SC 20ML1TK6(1) S16SCM20 SM/SC 16ML1TK6(1) S16SCML1 SM/SC 14ML1TK6(1) S16SCML1 SM/SC 16ML11TK6(1) S16SCML11 RMDXK10D28K Coaxial contacts M10S-1J RCDXK1D28K M10S-1J RM/RC DX60xxD28K M10S-1J RM/RC DXK10D28 + york090 M10S-1J RM/RC DX60xxD28 M10S-1J RM/RC 24W3K(1) Standard contacts #20 Ø 1mm S20RCM RM/RC 20W3K(1) S20RCM RM/RC 18W3K(1) S20RCM SM/SC 24W3S(2) S20SCM20 SM/SC 24WL3S(3) S20SCM20 SM/SC 20W3S(2) S20SCM20 SM/SC 20WL3S(3) S20SCM20 (1): example of plating, for other plating see UTS catalog page 143 (2): contact reeled (3): loose contac © 2011 – SOURIAU 79 UTS Series 103W3 (3x#16 + 3x#20) UL 10A 500V UL94 V-0 CSA 7A 500V UL94 V-0 IEC 5A 32V 1.5kV 3 Temperature elevation: 50°C Electrical characteristics UTS 103W3 derating curves Test conditions Contact used: Machined contacts Wires used: 1.31mm² 0.518mm² Current use Limited use Not recommended use 0 20 40 60 80 100 0 3 5 8 10 13 15 18 20 23 25 28 30 Current (A) Ambient Operating Temperature (°C) Contacts 120 (1): Example of plating, for other plating see page 143 (2): Loose piece contact available if putting L. Example: SM20ML1-TK6 (3): For dimensions see page 148 #16 Contact type AWG Part number Max wire Ø Max Male Female insulator Ø Crimp Machined 30-28 RM28M1K(1) RC28M1K(1) 0.55 1.1 26-24 RM24M9K(1) RC24M9K(1) 0.8 1.6 22-20 RM20M13K(1) RC20M13K(1) 1.18 1.8 22-20 RM20M12K(1) RC20M12K(1) 1.18 2.2 20-16 RM16M23K(1) RC16M23K(1) 1.8 3.2 16-14 RM14M50K(1) RC14M50K(1) 2.05 3.2 16-14 RM14M30K(1) RC14M30K(1) 2.28 3.2 Stamped & formed reeled contacts 26-24 SM24M1TK6(1)(2) SC24M1TK6(1)(2) 0.89-1.28 - 22-20 SM20M1TK6(1)(2) SC20M1TK6(1)(2) 1.17-2.08 - 18-16 SM16M1TK6(1)(2) SC16M1TK6(1)(2) 3.0 - 18-16 SM16M11TK6(1)(2) SC16M11TK6(1)(2) 2.0-3.0 - 14 SM14M1TK6(1)(2) SC14M1TK6(1)(2) 3.2 - PCB Machined (3) - RM20M12E8K(1) RC20M12E84K(1) - - Coaxial Cable Multipiece - RMDXK10D28 RCDXK1D28 - - Cable Monocrimp - RMDX60xxD28 RCDX60xxD28 - - Twisted pair Multipiece - RMDXK10D28 + york090 RCDXK1D28 + york090 - - Twisted pair Monocrimp - RMDX60xxD28 RCDX60xxD28 - - Fiber optic POF contacts Plastic optical fi bre - RMPOF1000 RCPOF1000B - - plating L SM20ML1 #20 Crimp Machined 26-24 RM24W3K(1) RC24W3K(1) - 1.58 22-20 RM20W3K(1) RC20W3K(1) - 1.58 20-18 RM18W3K(1) RC18W3K(1) - 2.1 Stamped & formed reeled contacts 26-24 SM24W3TK6(2) SC24W3TK6(2) - 0.89-1.58 26-24 SM24W3S26(2) SC24W3S25(2) - 0.89-1.58 22-20 SM20W3TK6(2) SC20W3TK6(2) - 1.17-2.08 22-20 SM20W3S26(2) SC20W3S25(2) - 1.17-2.08 PCB Machined (3) - RMW5016K RCW5016K - - Mechanics 6 contacts 5A/32V per IEC 61984 80 © 2011 – SOURIAU UTS Series 106 - 10E6/10D6 Specifi cations OR OR WITH OR Contact type Connector type Backshell Part number Male insert Female insert Crimp contacts supply separately see page 83 Free hanging receptacle Cable gland (Fig.1) UTS1JC106P UTS1JC106S Plug Without (Fig.2) UTS6106P UTS6106S Plug Cable gland (Fig.3) UTS6JC106P UTS6JC106S Jam nut receptacle Without (Fig.4) UTS7106P UTS7106S Handsolder electrical contacts loaded Square fl ange receptacle Without (Fig.9) UTS010E6P UTS010E6S Plug Without (Fig.2) UTS610E6P UTS610E6S Cable gland (Fig.3) UTS6JC10E6P UTS6JC10E6S Jam nut receptacle Without (Fig.5) UTS710E6P UTS710E6S PCB contacts supply separately see page 83 Jam nut receptacle Without (Fig.4) UTS7106P UTS7106S PCB contacts loaded Square fl ange receptacle Without (Fig.8) UTS010D6P UTS010D6S Jam nut receptacle with stand off and with hold down clips Without (Fig.6) UTS710D6P32 UTS710D6S32 Jam nut receptacle with stand off and without hold down clip Without (Fig.7) UTS710D6P UTS710D6S Layout Sealed unmated © 2011 – SOURIAU 81 UTS Series 106 - 10E6/10D6 Dimensions Note: all dimensions are in mm 6 contacts 7A/32V per IEC 61984 Free hanging - UTS1 70 Ø15.1 Fig. 1 Plug - UTS6 Female Male Fig. 2 Fig. 3 33 63.2 Ø26.2 Ø26.2 25.3 Jam nut receptacle - UTS7 Front view 22.5 27.2 18.3 Ø15.1 3.5 3 12.3 Fig. 5 Fig. 6 Fig. 7 Fig. 4 4.2 18.3 Ø15.1 3.5 3 18.3 Ø15.1 3.5 3 Panel cut out Drilling pattern 18.5 18.5 Ø3.3 Jam nut receptacle - UTS7 16.7 17.9 2.8 Ø13.5 Ø22 Ø17.7 15° 15° Ø4 Ø3.1 3.3 1.6 Square fl ange receptacle - UTS0 Front mounting Ø15.2 Rear mounting Ø17.9 Square fl ange receptacle - UTS0 Fig. 9 Fig. 8 11.7 Ø15.1 2.3 16.2 20.8 24 Ø3.2 Front view Mated connector length 70.9 77.3 UTS7 UTS0 7.5 Mechanics 82 © 2011 – SOURIAU UTS Series 106 - 10E6/10D6 Metal terminal * Add G for Green, Y for Yellow, R for Red G for Green Y for Yellow R for Red Crimp tooling Contacts Contact size Part number of head RM/RC 24W3K(1) Standard contacts #20 Ø 1mm S20RM RM/RC 20W3K(1) S20RM RM/RC 18W3K(1) S20RM SM/SC 24W3S(2) S20SCM20 SM/SC 24WL3S(3) S20SCM20 SM/SC 20W3S(2) S20SCM20 SM/SC 20WL3S(3) S20SCM20 Jam nut sealing caps Part number UTS10DCG Part number UTS10DCGR Plug sealing cap Square fl ange sealing cap Part number UTS610DCG Part number UTS10DCGE Part numbers Receptacle cap Plug cap 85005586A 85005595 Plastic protective cap Part numbers / neoprene UTFD12B Gasket Color coding rings Part numbers Receptacles Plugs UTS710CCRR UTS610CCRR UTS710CCRY UTS610CCRY UTS710CCRG UTS610CCRG Handle Tool kit Part number TOOLKIT Part number SHANDLES (1): example of plating, for other plating see UTS catalog page 143 (2): contact reeled (3): loose contact Accessories and tooling Metal terminal © 2011 – SOURIAU 83 UTS Series 106 - 10E6/10D6 Contacts #20 Contact type AWG Part number Max wire Ø Max Male Female insulator Ø Crimp Machined 26-24 RM24W3K(1) RC24W3K(1) - 1.58 22-20 RM20W3K(1) RC20W3K(1) - 1.58 20-18 RM18W3K(1) RC18W3K(1) - 2.1 stamped & formed reeled contacts 26-24 SM24W3TK6(2) SC24W3TK6(2) - 0.89-1.58 26-24 SM24W3TK6(2) SC24W3TK6(2) - 0.89-1.58 22-20 SM20W3TK6(2) SC20W3TK6(2) - 1.17-2.08 22-20 SM20W3TK6(2) SC20W3TK6(2) - 1.17-2.08 PCB Machined (3) - RMW5016K RCW5016K - - (1): Example of plating, for other plating see page 143 (2): Loose piece contact available if putting L. Example: SM20ML1-TK6 (3): For dimensions see page 148 IEC 7A 32V 1.5kV 3 Electrical characteristics UTS 106 - 10E6/10D6 derating curves Test conditions Contact used: Machined contacts Wires used: 0.518mm² Current use Limited use Not recommended use 0 20 40 60 80 100 120 0 4 2 6 8 10 12 14 Current (A) Ambient Operating Temperature (°C) UTS 106 UL 5A 250V UL94 V-0 CSA 4A 250V UL94 V-0 UTS 10E6/10D6 UL 6A 250V UL94 HB CSA 6A 250V UL94 HB Mechanics 6 contacts 7A/32V per IEC 61984 84 © 2011 – SOURIAU OR WITH OR Specifi cations Contact type Connector type Backshell Part number Male insert Female insert Handsolder electrical contacts loaded Square fl ange receptacle Without (Fig.6) UTS010E98P UTS010E98S Plug Without (Fig.1) UTS610E98P UTS610E98S Cable gland (Fig.2) UTS6JC10E98P UTS6JC10E98S Jam nut receptacle Without (Fig.3) UTS710E98P UTS710E98S PCB contacts loaded Square fl ange receptacle Without (Fig.7) UTS010D98P UTS010D98S Jam nut receptacle with stand off and with hold down clips Without (Fig.4) UTS710D98P32 UTS710D98S32 Jam nut receptacle with stand off and without hold down clip Without (Fig.5) UTS710D98P UTS710D98S Layout UTS Series 10E98/10D98 Sealed unmated © 2011 – SOURIAU 85 Dimensions Note: all dimensions are in mm UTS Series 10E98/10D98 Plug - UTS6 Fig. 1 Fig. 2 70 Ø26.2 Ø26.2 25.3 Square fl ange receptacle - UTS0 Mated connector length Fig. 6 Fig. 7 18.3 Ø15.1 2.3 16.2 20.8 24 Ø3.2 Front view 70.9 77.3 UTS7 UTS0 Drilling pattern 3.3 1.6 Ø13.5 Ø22 Ø17.7 Ø4 2.8 3.3 Panel cut out 18.5 18.5 Ø3.3 Jam nut receptacle - UTS7 16.7 17.9 Square fl ange receptacle - UTS0 Front mounting Ø15.2 Rear mounting Ø17.9 Jam nut receptacle - UTS7 Front view 22.4 27.2 18.3 3.5 3 Fig. 3 Fig. 4 Fig. 5 4.2 18.3 Ø15.1 3.5 3 18.3 Ø15.1 3.5 3 Ø15.1 7.5 30° Ø3.1 68° 22° Mechanics 6 contacts 7A/50V per IEC 61984 86 © 2011 – SOURIAU UTS Series 10E98/10D98 UTS 10E98/10D98 derating curves Jam nut sealing caps Plug protective cap Square fl ange sealing cap Accessories Electrical characteristics Metal terminal Part number UTS610DCG Part number UTS10DCGE Metal terminal Part number UTS10DCG Part number UTS10DCGR Part numbers Receptacle cap Plug cap 85005586A 85005595 Plastic protective cap Part numbers / neoprene UTFD12B Gasket UL 6A 250V UL94 HB CSA 6A 250V UL94 HB IEC 7A 50V 1.5kV 3 Current use Limited use Not recommended use Test conditions Contact used: Machined contacts Wires used: 0.518mm² Color coding rings * Add G for Green, Y for Yellow, R for Red Part numbers Receptacles Plugs UTS710CCRR UTS610CCRR UTS710CCRY UTS610CCRY UTS710CCRG UTS610CCRG G for Green Y for Yellow R for Red 0 20 40 60 80 100 120 0 4 2 6 8 10 12 14 Current (A) Ambient Operating Temperature (°C) © 2011 – SOURIAU 87 UTS Series 10E98/10D98 Mechanics 88 © 2011 – SOURIAU OR OR WITH OR OR OR UTS Series 147 - 14E7/14D7 Specifi cations Contact type Connector type Backshell Part number Male insert Female insert Crimp contacts supply separately see page 91 Square fl ange receptacle Without (Fig.2) UTS0147P Free hanging receptacle Cable gland and grommet (Fig.3) UTS1GJC147P Free hanging receptacle Nut and grommet (Fig.4) UTS1GN147P Free hanging receptacle Cable gland (Fig.3) UTS1JC147P UTS1JC147S Plug Without (Fig.5) UTS6147P UTS6147S Plug Cable gland and grommet (Fig.6) UTS6GJC147S Plug Nut and grommet (Fig.7) UTS6GN147S Plug Cable gland (Fig.6) UTS6JC147P UTS6JC147S Jam nut receptacle Without (Fig.8) UTS7147P UTS7147S Jam nut receptacle Cable gland and grommet (Fig.10) UTS7GJC147P Jam nut receptacle Nut and grommet (Fig.9) UTS7GN147P Handsolder electrical contacts loaded Square fl ange receptacle Without (Fig.2) UTS014E7P UTS014E7S Plug Cable gland (Fig.6) UTS6JC14E7P UTS6JC14E7S Jam nut receptacle Without (Fig.11) UTS714E7P UTS714E7S PCB contacts loaded Square fl ange receptacle Without (Fig.1) UTS014D7P UTS014D7S Jam nut receptacle with stand off and hold down clips Without (Fig.11) UTS714D7P32 UTS714D7S32 Jam nut receptacle with stand off and without hold down clip Without (Fig.11) UTS714D7P UTS714D7S Jam nut receptacle With stand off and hold down clip (Fig.11) UTS7147PSEK9 Screw contacts loaded Jam nut receptacle Without (Fig.8) UTS7147PSCR UTS7147SSCR Free hanging receptacle Cable gland (Fig.3) UTS1JC147PSCR Plug Cable gland (Fig.6) UTS6JC147PSCR UTS6JC147SSCR Layout Sealed unmated © 2011 – SOURIAU 89 UTS Series 147 - 14E7/14D7 Dimensions Note: all dimensions are in mm Plug - UTS6 Female Male Fig. 5 Fig. 6 Fig. 7 33 70 32 23.5 Ø35.1 Ø35.1 Ø35.1 Jam nut receptacle - UTS7 Fig. 11 Fig. 10 Fig. 8 Fig. 9 18 18 49 70.7 Ø31.8 Ø22.3 3.5 3.5 1.6 4.2 3 Mated connector length 75 82 UTS7 UTS0 Drilling pattern 6.4 3.2 Ø13.5 Ø22 Ø17.7 Ø4 Ø3.1 5.2 Panel cut out 23.2 23.2 Ø3.3 Jam nut receptacle - UTS7 24.5 25.9 Square fl ange receptacle - UTS0 Front mounting Ø21.5 Rear mounting Ø25.1 Square fl ange receptacle - UTS0 Free hanging - UTS1 11.3 Ø22.3 23.2 28.8 2.3 29.1 22 Ø3.2 Fig. 2 Front view Fig. 1 78.5 43 Ø22.3 Fig. 4 Fig. 3 Mechanics 6 + ground 16A/300V per IEC 61984 90 © 2011 – SOURIAU UTS Series 147 - 14E7/14D7 Accessories and tooling (1): example of plating, for other plating see UTS catalog page 143 Metal terminal * Add G for Green, Y for Yellow, R for Red G for Green Y for Yellow R for Red Crimp tooling Contacts Contact size Part number of head RM/RC 28M1K(1) Standard contacts #16 Ø 1.6mm S16RCM20 RM/RC 24M9K(1) S16RCM20 RM/RC 20M13K(1) S16RCM20 RM/RC 20M12K(1) S16RCM20 RM/RC 16M23K(1) S16RCM16 RM/RC 14M50K(1) S16RCM1450 RM/RC 14M30K(1) S16RCM14 SM/SC 24ML1TK6(1) S16SCM20 SM/SC 20ML1TK6(1) S16SCM20 SM/SC 16ML1TK6(1) S16SCML1 SM/SC 14ML1TK6(1) S16SCML1 SM/SC 16ML11TK6(1) S16SCML11 RMDXK10D28K Coaxial contacts M10S-1J RCDXK1D28K M10S-1J RM/RC DX60xxD28K M10S-1J RM/RC DXK10D28 + york090 M10S-1J RM/RC DX60xxD28 M10S-1J Jam nut sealing caps Part number UTS14DCG Part number UTS14DCGR Plug sealing cap Square fl ange sealing cap Part number UTS614DCG Part number UTS14DCGE Part numbers Receptacle cap Plug cap 85005588A 85005597 Plastic protective cap Part numbers / neoprene UTFD14B Gasket Color coding rings Part numbers Receptacles Plugs UTS714CCRR UTS614CCRR UTS714CCRY UTS614CCRY UTS714CCRG UTS614CCRG Handle Tool kit Part number TOOLKIT Part number SHANDLES Metal terminal © 2011 – SOURIAU 91 Contacts #16 Contact type AWG Part number Max wire Ø Max Male Female insulator Ø Crimp Machined 30-28 RM28M1K(1) RC28M1K(1) 0.55 1.1 26-24 RM24M9K(1) RC24M9K(1) 0.8 1.6 22-20 RM20M13K(1) RC20M13K(1) 1.18 1.8 22-20 RM20M12K(1) RC20M12K(1) 1.18 2.2 20-16 RM16M23K(1) RC16M23K(1) 1.8 3.2 16-14 RM14M50K(1) RC14M50K(1) 2.05 3.2 16-14 RM14M30K(1) RC14M30K(1) 2.28 3.2 Stamped & formed reeled contacts 26-24 SM24M1TK6(1)(2) SC24M1TK6(1)(2) 0.89-1.28 - 22-20 SM20M1TK6(1)(2) SC20M1TK6(1)(2) 1.17-2.08 - 18-16 SM16M1TK6(1)(2) SC16M1TK6(1)(2) 3.0 - 18-16 SM16M11TK6(1)(2) SC16M11TK6(1)(2) 2.0-3.0 - 14 SM14M1TK6(1)(2) SC14M1TK6(1)(2) 3.2 - PCB Machined (3) - RM20M12E8K(1) RC20M12E84K(1) - - Coaxial Cable Multipiece - RMDXK10D28 RCDXK1D28 - - Cable Monocrimp - RMDX60xxD28 RCDX60xxD28 - - Twisted pair Multipiece - RMDXK10D28 + york090 RCDXK1D28 + york090 - - Twisted pair Monocrimp - RMDX60xxD28 RCDX60xxD28 - - Fiber optic POF contacts Plastic optical fi bre - RMPOF1000 RCPOF1000B - - (1): Example of plating, for other plating see page 143 (2): Loose piece contact available if putting L. Example: SM20ML1-TK6 (3): For dimensions see page 148 UTS Series 147 - 14E7/14D7 UL 10A 500V UL94 V-0 CSA 7A 500V UL94 V-0 IEC 16A 300V 4kV 3 Temperature elevation: 50°C Electrical characteristics UTS 147 derating curves Test conditions Contact used: Machined contacts Wires used: 1.31mm² Current use Limited use Not recommended use 0 20 40 60 80 100 120 0 5 3 8 10 20 18 15 13 23 25 28 30 Current (A) Ambient Operating Temperature (°C) 6 + ground 16A/300V per IEC 61984 Mechanics 92 © 2011 – SOURIAU OR WITH OR UTS Series 10E7/10D7 Specifi cations Contact type Connector type Backshell Part number Male insert Female insert Handsolder electrical contacts loaded Square fl ange receptacle Without (Fig.6) UTS010E7P UTS010E7S Plug Without (Fig.1) UTS610E7P UTS610E7S Cable gland (Fig.2) UTS6JC10E7P UTS6JC10E7S Jam nut receptacle Without (Fig.3) UTS710E7P UTS710E7S PCB contacts loaded Square fl ange receptacle Without (Fig.7) UTS010D7P UTS010D7S Jam nut receptacle with stand off and with hold down clips Without (Fig.4) UTS710D7P32 UTS710D7S32 Jam nut receptacle with stand off and without hold down clip Without (Fig.5) UTS710D7P UTS710D7S Layout Sealed unmated © 2011 – SOURIAU 93 UTS Series 10E7/10D7 Dimensions Note: all dimensions are in mm Plug - UTS6 Fig. 1 Fig. 2 70 Ø26.2 Ø26.2 25.3 Jam nut receptacle - UTS7 Front view 22.4 27.2 18.3 3.5 3 Fig. 3 Fig. 4 Fig. 5 4.2 18.3 Ø15.1 3.5 3 18.3 Ø15.1 3.5 3 Ø15.1 Square fl ange receptacle - UTS0 Fig. 6 Fig. 7 11.7 Ø15.1 2.3 16.2 7.5 20.8 24 Ø3.2 Front view Mated connector length 70.9 77.3 UTS7 UTS0 Drilling pattern 2.8 Ø13.5 Ø22 Ø17.7 15° 15° Ø4 Ø3.1 3.3 1.6 Panel cut out 18.5 18.5 Ø3.3 Jam nut receptacle - UTS7 16.7 17.9 Square fl ange receptacle - UTS0 Front mounting Ø15.2 Rear mounting Ø17.9 Mechanics 7 contacts 7A/50V per IEC 61984 94 © 2011 – SOURIAU UTS Series 10E7/10D7 UTS 10E7/10D7 derating curves Jam nut sealing caps Plug sealing cap Square fl ange sealing cap Accessories Electrical characteristics Metal terminal Part number UTS610DCG Part number UTS10DCGE Metal terminal Part number UTS10DCG Part number UTS10DCGR Part numbers Receptacle cap Plug cap 85005586A 85005595 Plastic protective cap Part numbers / neoprene UTFD12B Gasket UL 6A 250V UL94 HB CSA 6A 250V UL94 HB IEC 7A 50V 1.5kV 3 Current use Limited use Not recommended use Test conditions Contact used: Machined contacts Wires used: 0.518mm² Color coding rings * Add G for Green, Y for Yellow, R for Red Part numbers Receptacles Plugs UTS710CCRR UTS610CCRR UTS710CCRY UTS610CCRY UTS710CCRG UTS610CCRG G for Green Y for Yellow R for Red 0 20 40 60 80 100 120 0 6 10 Current (A) Ambient Operating Temperature (°C) 12 14 2 4 8 © 2011 – SOURIAU 95 UTS Series 10E7/10D7 Mechanics 96 © 2011 – SOURIAU OR OR OR OR WITH OR UTS Series 128 Specifi cations Contact type Connector type Backshell Part number Male insert Female insert Crimp contacts supply separately see page 99 Square fl ange receptacle Without (Fig.1) UTS0128P UTS0128S Free hanging receptacle Cable gland and grommet (Fig.2) UTS1GJC128P Free hanging receptacle Nut and grommet (Fig.3) UTS1GN128P Free hanging receptacle Cable gland (Fig.2) UTS1JC128P UTS1JC128S Plug Without (Fig.4) UTS6128P UTS6128S Plug Cable gland and grommet (Fig.5) UTS6GJC128S Plug Nut and grommet (Fig.6) UTS6GN128S Plug Cable gland (Fig.5) UTS6JC128P UTS6JC128S Jam nut receptacle Without (Fig.8) UTS7128P UTS7128S Jam nut receptacle Cable gland and grommet (Fig.10) UTS7GJC128P Jam nut receptacle Nut and grommet (Fig.9) UTS7GN128P PCB contacts loaded Jam nut receptacle With stand off and hold down clip (Fig.11) UTS7128PSEK9 Layout © 2011 – SOURIAU 97 UTS Series 128 Dimensions Note: all dimensions are in mm Square fl ange receptacle - UTS0 Free hanging - UTS1 11.7 Ø19.1 20.8 26.4 2.3 10.5 18.1 Ø3.2 Fig. 1 Front view 74.5 40.9 Ø19.1 Fig. 3 Fig. 2 Plug - UTS6 Female Male Fig. 4 Fig. 5 Fig. 6 33 65.7 33 25.3 Ø30.1 Ø30.1 Ø30.1 Drilling pattern 4.4 3.4 2 4.5 4 2.8 0.9 Panel cut out 20.8 20.8 Ø3.3 Jam nut receptacle - UTS7 21.4 22.7 Square fl ange receptacle - UTS0 Front mounting Ø18.3 Rear mounting Ø22.3 Mated connector length 75.3 81.7 UTS7 UTS0 Jam nut receptacle - UTS7 Fig. 11 Fig. 10 Fig. 8 Fig. 9 18 18 49.1 74.5 Ø19.1 Ø19.1 3.5 3.5 1.6 4.2 3 Mechanics 8 contacts 10A/80V per IEC 61984 98 © 2011 – SOURIAU UTS Series 128 Accessories and tooling (1): example of plating, for other plating see UTS catalog page 143 Metal terminal * Add G for Green, Y for Yellow, R for Red G for Green Y for Yellow R for Red Crimp tooling Contacts Contact size Part number of head RM/RC 28M1K(1) Standard contacts #16 Ø 1.6mm S16RCM20 RM/RC 24M9K(1) S16RCM20 RM/RC 20M13K(1) S16RCM20 RM/RC 20M12K(1) S16RCM20 RM/RC 16M23K(1) S16RCM16 RM/RC 14M50K(1) S16RCM1450 RM/RC 14M30K(1) S16RCM14 SM/SC 24ML1TK6(1) S16SCM20 SM/SC 20ML1TK6(1) S16SCM20 SM/SC 16ML1TK6(1) S16SCML1 SM/SC 14ML1TK6(1) S16SCML1 SM/SC 16ML11TK6(1) S16SCML11 RMDXK10D28K Coaxial contacts M10S-1J RCDXK1D28K M10S-1J RM/RC DX60xxD28K M10S-1J RM/RC DXK10D28 + york090 M10S-1J RM/RC DX60xxD28 M10S-1J Jam nut sealing caps Part number UTS12DCG Part number UTS12DCGR Plug sealing cap Square fl ange sealing cap Part number UTS612DCG Part number UTS12DCGE Part numbers Receptacle cap Plug cap 85005587A 85005596 Plastic protective cap Part numbers / neoprene UTFD13B Gasket Color coding rings Part numbers Receptacles Plugs UTS712CCRR UTS612CCRR UTS712CCRY UTS612CCRY UTS712CCRG UTS612CCRG Handle Tool kit Part number TOOLKIT Part number SHANDLES Metal terminal © 2011 – SOURIAU 99 UTS Series 128 Contacts UL 10A 500V UL94 V-0 CSA 7A 500V UL94 V-0 IEC 10A 80V 1.5kV 3 Electrical characteristics UTS 128 derating curves Test conditions Contact used: Machined contacts Wires used: 1.31mm² Current use Limited use Not recommended use 0 20 40 60 80 100 0 3 5 8 10 13 15 18 20 23 25 28 30 Current (A) Ambient Operating Temperature (°C) 120 #16 Contact type AWG Part number Max wire Ø Max Male Female insulator Ø Crimp Machined 30-28 RM28M1K(1) RC28M1K(1) 0.55 1.1 26-24 RM24M9K(1) RC24M9K(1) 0.8 1.6 22-20 RM20M13K(1) RC20M13K(1) 1.18 1.8 22-20 RM20M12K(1) RC20M12K(1) 1.18 2.2 20-16 RM16M23K(1) RC16M23K(1) 1.8 3.2 16-14 RM14M50K(1) RC14M50K(1) 2.05 3.2 16-14 RM14M30K(1) RC14M30K(1) 2.28 3.2 Stamped & formed reeled contacts 26-24 SM24M1TK6(1)(2) SC24M1TK6(1)(2) 0.89-1.28 - 22-20 SM20M1TK6(1)(2) SC20M1TK6(1)(2) 1.17-2.08 - 18-16 SM16M1TK6(1)(2) SC16M1TK6(1)(2) 3.0 - 18-16 SM16M11TK6(1)(2) SC16M11TK6(1)(2) 2.0-3.0 - 14 SM14M1TK6(1)(2) SC14M1TK6(1)(2) 3.2 - PCB Machined (3) - RM20M12E8K(1) RC20M12E84K(1) - - Coaxial Cable Multipiece - RMDXK10D28 RCDXK1D28 - - Cable Monocrimp - RMDX60xxD28 RCDX60xxD28 - - Twisted pair Multipiece - RMDXK10D28 + york090 RCDXK1D28 + york090 - - Twisted pair Monocrimp - RMDX60xxD28 RCDX60xxD28 - - Fiber optic POF contacts Plastic optical fi bre - RMPOF1000 RCPOF1000B - - (1): Example of plating, for other plating see page 143 (2): Loose piece contact available if putting L. Example: SM20ML1-TK6 (3): For dimensions see page 148 Mechanics 8 contacts 10A/80V per IEC 61984 100 © 2011 – SOURIAU OR WITH OR UTS Series 12E8/12D8 Specifi cations Contact type Connector type Backshell Part number Male insert Female insert Handsolder electrical contacts loaded Square fl ange receptacle Without (Fig.6) UTS012E8P UTS012E8S Plug Without (Fig.1) UTS612E8P UTS612E8S Cable gland (Fig.2) UTS6JC12E8P UTS6JC12E8S Jam nut receptacle Without (Fig.3) UTS712E8P UTS712E8S PCB contacts loaded Square fl ange receptacle Without (Fig.7) UTS012D8P UTS012D8S Jam nut receptacle with stand off and with hold down clips Without (Fig.4) UTS712D8P32 UTS712D8S32 Jam nut receptacle with stand off and without hold down clip Without (Fig.5) UTS712D8P UTS712D8S Layout Sealed unmated © 2011 – SOURIAU 101 UTS Series 12E8/12D8 Dimensions Note: all dimensions are in mm Plug - UTS6 Jam nut receptacle - UTS7 Front view 27.2 31.9 18 Ø19 3.5 3 Fig. 3 Fig. 4 Fig. 5 4.2 18 Ø19 3.5 3 18 Ø19 3.5 3.1 Fig. 1 Fig. 2 66.7 Ø30.1 Ø30.1 25.3 Square fl ange receptacle - UTS0 Mated connector length Fig. 6 Fig. 7 11.7 Ø19 2.4 7.5 7.8 20.8 26.4 Ø3.2 Front view 75.3 81.7 UTS7 UTS0 Panel cut out Drilling pattern 20.8 20.8 Ø3.3 Jam nut receptacle - UTS7 21.4 22.7 Square fl ange receptacle - UTS0 Front mounting Ø18.3 Rear mounting Ø22.3 4.3 Ø22 Ø30.5 Ø26.2 30° 68° 10 Ø3.1 3 1.6 3 4.3 1.1 3.9 22° Mechanics 8 contacts 6A/32V per IEC 61984 102 © 2011 – SOURIAU UTS Series 12E8/12D8 UTS 12E8/12D8 derating curves Jam nut sealing caps Plug sealing cap Square fl ange sealing cap Accessories Electrical characteristics Metal terminal Part number UTS612DCG Part number UTS12DCGE Metal terminal Part number UTS12DCG Part number UTS12DCGR Part numbers Receptacle cap Plug cap 85005587A 85005596 Plastic protective cap Part numbers / neoprene UTFD13B Gasket UL 4.5A 250V UL94 HB CSA 4.5A 250V UL94 HB IEC 6A 32V 1.5kV 3 Current use Limited use Not recommended use Test conditions Contact used: Machined contacts Wires used: 0.518mm² Color coding rings * Add G for Green, Y for Yellow, R for Red Part numbers Receptacles Plugs UTS712CCRR UTS612CCRR UTS712CCRY UTS612CCRY UTS712CCRG UTS612CCRG G for Green Y for Yellow R for Red 0 20 40 60 80 100 120 0 4 2 6 8 10 12 14 Current (A) Ambient Operating Temperature (°C) © 2011 – SOURIAU 103 UTS Series 12E8/12D8 Mechanics 104 © 2011 – SOURIAU OR OR WITH OR UTS Series 1210 - 12E10/12D10 Specifi cations Contact type Connector type Backshell Part number Male insert Female insert Crimp contacts supply separately see page107 Free hanging receptacle Cable gland (Fig.1) UTS1JC1210P UTS1JC1210S Plug Without (Fig.2) UTS61210P UTS61210S Plug Cable gland (Fig.3) UTS6JC1210P UTS6JC1210S Jam nut receptacle Without (Fig.4) UTS71210P UTS71210S Handsolder electrical contacts loaded Square fl ange receptacle Without (Fig.6) UTS012E10P UTS012E10S Plug Without (Fig.2) UTS612E10P UTS612E10S Cable gland (Fig.3) UTS6JC12E10P UTS6JC12E10S Jam nut receptacle Without (Fig.5) UTS712E10P UTS712E10S PCB contacts loaded Square fl ange receptacle Without (Fig.7) UTS012D10P UTS012D10S Jam nut receptacle with stand off and with hold down clips Without (Fig.6) UTS712D10P32 UTS712D10S32 Jam nut receptacle with stand off and without hold down clip Without (Fig.7) UTS712D10P UTS712D10S Layout Sealed unmated © 2011 – SOURIAU 105 UTS Series 1210 - 12E10/12D10 Dimensions Note: all dimensions are in mm Free hanging - UTS1 Plug - UTS6 74 Ø19.1 Fig. 1 Female Male Fig. 2 Fig. 3 33 66.7 Ø30.1 Ø30.1 25.3 Jam nut receptacle - UTS7 Front view 27.2 31.9 18 Ø19.1 3.5 3 12.3 Fig. 5 Fig. 6 Fig. 7 Fig. 4 4.2 18 Ø19.1 3.5 3 18 Ø19.1 3.5 3.1 Square fl ange receptacle - UTS0 Mated connector length Fig. 6 Fig. 7 11.7 Ø19.1 2.3 7.5 7.8 20.8 26.4 Ø3.2 Front view 75.3 81.7 UTS7 UTS0 Panel cut out Drilling pattern 20.8 20.8 Ø3.3 Jam nut receptacle - UTS7 21.4 22.7 3.3 1.6 Ø22 Ø30.5 Ø26.2 22° 30° 68° 10 Ø3.1 4.9 3 Square fl ange receptacle - UTS0 Front mounting Ø18.3 Rear mounting Ø22.3 Mechanics 10 contacts 6A/50V per IEC 61984 106 © 2011 – SOURIAU UTS Series 1210 - 12E10/12D10 Metal terminal * Add G for Green, Y for Yellow, R for Red G for Green Y for Yellow R for Red Crimp tooling Contacts Contact size Part number of head RM/RC 24W3K(1) Standard contacts #20 Ø 1mm S20RM RM/RC 20W3K(1) S20RM RM/RC 18W3K(1) S20RM SM/SC 24W3S(2) S20SCM20 SM/SC 24WL3S(3) S20SCM20 SM/SC 20W3S(2) S20SCM20 SM/SC 20WL3S(3) S20SCM20 Jam nut sealing caps Part number UTS12DCG Part number UTS12DCGR Plug sealing cap Square fl ange sealing cap Part number UTS612DCG Part number UTS12DCGE Part numbers Receptacle cap Plug cap 85005587A 85005596 Plastic protective cap Part numbers / neoprene UTFD13B Gasket Color coding rings Part numbers Receptacles Plugs UTS712CCRR UTS612CCRR UTS712CCRY UTS612CCRY UTS712CCRG UTS612CCRG Handle Tool kit Part number TOOLKIT Part number SHANDLES (1): example of plating, for other plating see UTS catalog page 143 (2): contact reeled (3): loose contact Accessories and tooling Metal terminal © 2011 – SOURIAU 107 UTS Series 1210 - 12E10/12D10 Contacts IEC 6A 50V 1.5kV 3 Electrical characteristics UTS 1210 - 12E10/12D10 derating curves Test conditions Contact used: Machined contacts Wires used: 0.518mm² Current use Limited use Not recommended use UTS 1210 UL 5A 250V UL94 V-0 CSA 4A 250V UL94 V-0 UTS 12E10/12D10 UL 4.5A 250V UL94 HB CSA 4.5A 250V UL94 HB 0 20 40 60 80 100 0 2 4 6 8 10 12 Current (A) Ambient Operating Temperature (°C) 120 #20 Contact type AWG Part number Max wire Ø Max Male Female insulator Ø Crimp Machined 26-24 RM24W3K(1) RC24W3K(1) - 1.58 22-20 RM20W3K(1) RC20W3K(1) - 1.58 20-18 RM18W3K(1) RC18W3K(1) - 2.1 stamped & formed reeled contacts 26-24 SM24W3TK6(2) SC24W3TK6(2) - 0.89-1.58 26-24 SM24W3TK6(2) SC24W3TK6(2) - 0.89-1.58 22-20 SM20W3TK6(2) SC20W3TK6(2) - 1.17-2.08 22-20 SM20W3TK6(2) SC20W3TK6(2) - 1.17-2.08 PCB Machined (3) - RMW5016K RCW5016K - - (1): Example of plating, for other plating see page 143 (2): Loose piece contact available if putting L. Example: SM20ML1-TK6 (3): For dimensions see page 148 Mechanics 10 contacts 6A/50V per IEC 61984 108 © 2011 – SOURIAU OR OR OR OR WITH OR Specifi cations Contact type Connector type Backshell Part number Male insert Female insert Crimp contacts supply separately see page 111 Square fl ange receptacle Without (Fig.1) UTS01412P UTS01412S Free hanging receptacle Cable gland and grommet (Fig.2) UTS1GJC1412P Free hanging receptacle Nut and grommet (Fig.3) UTS1GN1412P Free hanging receptacle Cable gland (Fig.2) UTS1JC1412P UTS1JC1412S Plug Without (Fig.4) UTS61412P UTS61412S Plug Cable gland and grommet (Fig.5) UTS6GJC1412S Plug Nut and grommet (Fig.6) UTS6GN1412S Plug Cable gland (Fig.5) UTS6JC1412P UTS6JC1412S Jam nut receptacle Without (Fig.7) UTS71412P UTS71412S Jam nut receptacle Cable gland and grommet (Fig.9) UTS7GJC1412P Jam nut receptacle Nut and grommet (Fig.8) UTS7GN1412P PCB contacts supply separately see page 111 Square fl ange receptacle Without (Fig.1) UTS01412P UTS01412S Jam nut receptacle Without (Fig.7) UTS71412P UTS71412S Layout UTS Series 1412 © 2011 – SOURIAU 109 Dimensions Note: all dimensions are in mm UTS Series 1412 Plug - UTS6 Female Male Fig. 4 Fig. 5 Fig. 6 33 70 32 25.3 Ø31.5 Ø31.5 Ø31.5 Jam nut receptacle - UTS7 Mated connector length Fig. 7 Fig. 9 Fig. 8 18 18 49 70.7 Ø22.3 Ø22.3 3.5 3.5 1.6 75 82 UTS7 UTS0 Panel cut out Drilling pattern 23.2 23.2 Ø3.3 Jam nut receptacle - UTS7 24.5 25.9 2.2 0.7 3.8 5.8 5.1 2 1.4 1 2.2 4.5 5.9 1 0.3 2.9 5.5 Square fl ange receptacle - UTS0 Front mounting Ø21.5 Rear mounting Ø25.1 Square fl ange receptacle - UTS0 Free hanging - UTS1 78.5 43 Ø22.3 Fig. 3 11.3 Fig. 2 Ø22.3 23.2 28.8 2.3 10.5 21.9 Ø3.2 Fig. 1 Front view Female Male Mechanics 12 contacts 10A/63V per IEC 61984 110 © 2011 – SOURIAU UTS Series 1412 Accessories and tooling (1): example of plating, for other plating see UTS catalog page 143 Metal terminal * Add G for Green, Y for Yellow, R for Red G for Green Y for Yellow R for Red Crimp tooling Contacts Contact size Part number of head RM/RC 28M1K(1) Standard contacts #16 Ø 1.6mm S16RCM20 RM/RC 24M9K(1) S16RCM20 RM/RC 20M13K(1) S16RCM20 RM/RC 20M12K(1) S16RCM20 RM/RC 16M23K(1) S16RCM16 RM/RC 14M50K(1) S16RCM1450 RM/RC 14M30K(1) S16RCM14 SM/SC 24ML1TK6(1) S16SCM20 SM/SC 20ML1TK6(1) S16SCM20 SM/SC 16ML1TK6(1) S16SCML1 SM/SC 14ML1TK6(1) S16SCML1 SM/SC 16ML11TK6(1) S16SCML11 RMDXK10D28K Coaxial contacts M10S-1J RCDXK1D28K M10S-1J RM/RC DX60xxD28K M10S-1J RM/RC DXK10D28 + york090 M10S-1J RM/RC DX60xxD28 M10S-1J Jam nut sealing caps Part number UTS14DCG Part number UTS14DCGR Plug sealing cap Square fl ange sealing cap Part number UTS614DCG Part number UTS14DCGE Part numbers Receptacle cap Plug cap 85005588A 85005597 Plastic protective cap Part numbers / neoprene UTFD14B Gasket Color coding rings Part numbers Receptacles Plugs UTS714CCRR UTS614CCRR UTS714CCRY UTS614CCRY UTS714CCRG UTS614CCRG Handle Tool kit Part number TOOLKIT Part number SHANDLES Metal terminal © 2011 – SOURIAU 111 UTS Series 1412 Contacts UL 10A 500V UL94 V-0 CSA 7A 500V UL94 V-0 IEC 10A 63V 1.5kV 3 Electrical characteristics UTS 1412 derating curves Test conditions Contact used: Machined contacts Wires used: 1.31mm² Current use Limited use Not recommended use 0 20 40 60 80 100 0 3 5 8 10 13 15 18 20 23 25 28 30 Current (A) Ambient Operating Temperature (°C) 120 #16 Contact type AWG Part number Max wire Ø Max Male Female insulator Ø Crimp Machined 30-28 RM28M1K(1) RC28M1K(1) 0.55 1.1 26-24 RM24M9K(1) RC24M9K(1) 0.8 1.6 22-20 RM20M13K(1) RC20M13K(1) 1.18 1.8 22-20 RM20M12K(1) RC20M12K(1) 1.18 2.2 20-16 RM16M23K(1) RC16M23K(1) 1.8 3.2 16-14 RM14M50K(1) RC14M50K(1) 2.05 3.2 16-14 RM14M30K(1) RC14M30K(1) 2.28 3.2 Stamped & formed reeled contacts 26-24 SM24M1TK6(1)(2) SC24M1TK6(1)(2) 0.89-1.28 - 22-20 SM20M1TK6(1)(2) SC20M1TK6(1)(2) 1.17-2.08 - 18-16 SM16M1TK6(1)(2) SC16M1TK6(1)(2) 3.0 - 18-16 SM16M11TK6(1)(2) SC16M11TK6(1)(2) 2.0-3.0 - 14 SM14M1TK6(1)(2) SC14M1TK6(1)(2) 3.2 - PCB Machined (3) - RM20M12E8K(1) RC20M12E84K(1) - - Coaxial Cable Multipiece - RMDXK10D28 RCDXK1D28 - - Cable Monocrimp - RMDX60xxD28 RCDX60xxD28 - - Twisted pair Multipiece - RMDXK10D28 + york090 RCDXK1D28 + york090 - - Twisted pair Monocrimp - RMDX60xxD28 RCDX60xxD28 - - Fiber optic POF contacts Plastic optical fi bre - RMPOF1000 RCPOF1000B - - (1): Example of plating, for other plating see page 143 (2): Loose piece contact available if putting L. Example: SM20ML1-TK6 (3): For dimensions see page 148 Mechanics 12 contacts 10A/63V per IEC 61984 112 © 2011 – SOURIAU OR OR WITH OR UTS Series 14E12/14D12 (4x#16 + 8x#20) Specifi cations Contact type Connector type Backshell Part number Male insert Female insert Handsolder electrical contacts loaded Square fl ange receptacle Without (Fig.6) UTS014E12P UTS014E12S Plug Without (Fig.1) UTS614E12P UTS614E12S Cable gland (Fig.2) UTS6JC14E12P UTS6JC14E12S Jam nut receptacle Without (Fig.3) UTS714E12P UTS714E12S PCB contacts loaded Square fl ange receptacle Without (Fig.6) UTS014D12P UTS014D12S Jam nut receptacle with stand off and with hold down clips Without (Fig.4) UTS714D12P32 UTS714D12S32 Jam nut receptacle with stand off and without hold down clip Without (Fig.5) UTS714D12P UTS714D12S Layout Sealed unmated © 2011 – SOURIAU 113 UTS Series 14E12/14D12 (4x#16 + 8x#20) Dimensions Note: all dimensions are in mm Jam nut receptacle - UTS7 Front view 30.4 35.1 18 Ø22.3 3.5 3 Fig. 3 Fig. 4 Fig. 5 4.2 18 Ø22.3 3.5 3 18 Ø22.3 3.5 3 Plug - UTS6 Fig. 1 Fig. 2 70 Ø35.1 Ø35.1 25.3 Square fl ange receptacle - UTS0 Mated connector length 11.3 Ø22.3 2.3 7.5 7.8 23.2 28.8 Ø3.2 Fig. 6 Front view 75 82 UTS7 UTS0 23.2 Panel cut out 23.2 23.2 Ø3.3 Jam nut receptacle - UTS7 24.5 25.9 Square fl ange receptacle - UTS0 Front mounting Ø21.5 Rear mounting Ø25.1 Drilling pattern 4.5 4.1 Ø22 Ø30.5 Ø26.2 Ø30.5 30° 68° 10 Ø3.1 1.6 4.5 2.3 6.7 22° 1 Mechanics 12 contacts 4A/50V per IEC 61984 114 © 2011 – SOURIAU UTS Series 14E12/14D12 (4x#16 + 8x#20) UTS 14E12/14D12 derating curves Jam nut sealing caps Plug sealing cap Square fl ange sealing cap Accessories Electrical characteristics Metal terminal Part number UTS614DCG Part number UTS14DCGE Metal terminal Part number UTS14DCG Part number UTS14DCGR Part numbers Receptacle cap Plug cap 85005588A 85005597 Plastic protective cap Part numbers / neoprene UTFD14B Gasket UL 4.5A 250V UL94 HB CSA 4.5A 250V UL94 HB IEC 4A 50V 1.5kV 3 Current use Limited use Not recommended use Test conditions Contact used: Machined contacts Wires used: 0.518mm² Color coding rings * Add G for Green, Y for Yellow, R for Red Part numbers Receptacles Plugs UTS714CCRR UTS614CCRR UTS714CCRY UTS614CCRY UTS714CCRG UTS614CCRG G for Green Y for Yellow R for Red 0 20 40 60 80 100 120 0 4 2 6 8 10 12 14 Current (A) Ambient Operating Temperature (°C) © 2011 – SOURIAU 115 UTS Series 14E12/14D12 (4x#16 + 8x#20) Mechanics 116 © 2011 – SOURIAU OR WITH OR UTS Series 12E14/12D14 Specifi cations Contact type Connector type Backshell Part number Male insert Female insert Handsolder electrical contacts loaded Square fl ange receptacle Without (Fig.6) UTS012E14P UTS012E14S Plug Without (Fig.1) UTS612E14P UTS612E14S Cable gland (Fig.2) UTS6JC12E14P UTS6JC12E14S Jam nut receptacle Without (Fig.3) UTS712E14P UTS712E14S PCB contacts loaded Square fl ange receptacle Without (Fig.7) UTS012D14P UTS012D14S Jam nut receptacle with stand off and with hold down clips Without (Fig.4) UTS712D14P32 UTS712D14S32 Jam nut receptacle with stand off and without hold down clip Without (Fig.5) UTS712D14P UTS712D14S Layout Sealed unmated © 2011 – SOURIAU 117 UTS Series 12E14/12D14 Dimensions Note: all dimensions are in mm 14 contacts 5A/32V per IEC 61984 Jam nut receptacle - UTS7 Front view 27.2 31.9 18 Ø19 3.5 3 Fig. 3 Fig. 4 Fig. 5 4.2 18 Ø19 3.5 3 18 Ø19 3.5 3.1 Plug - UTS6 Fig. 1 Fig. 2 66.7 Ø30.1 Ø30.1 25.3 Square fl ange receptacle - UTS0 Mated connector length Fig. 6 Fig. 7 11.7 Ø19 2.4 7.5 7.8 20.8 26.4 Ø3.2 Front view 75.3 81.7 UTS7 UTS0 Panel cut out Drilling pattern 20.8 20.8 Ø3.3 Jam nut receptacle - UTS7 21.4 22.7 4.4 Ø22 Ø30.5 Ø26.2 30° 68° 10 Ø3.1 2.7 2 4.7 3.8 1.8 1.4 Square fl ange receptacle - UTS0 22° Front mounting Ø18.3 Rear mounting Ø22.3 Mechanics 118 © 2011 – SOURIAU UTS Series 12E14/12D14 UTS 12E14/12D14 derating curves Jam nut sealing caps Plug sealing cap Square fl ange sealing cap Accessories Electrical characteristics Metal terminal Part number UTS612DCG Part number UTS12DCGE Metal terminal Part number UTS12DCG Part number UTS12DCGR Part numbers Receptacle cap Plug cap 85005587A 85005596 Plastic protective cap Part numbers / neoprene UTFD13B Gasket UL 4.5A 250V UL94 HB CSA 4.5A 250V UL94 HB IEC 5A 32V 1.5kV 3 Current use Limited use Not recommended use Test conditions Contact used: Machined contacts Wires used: 0.518mm² Color coding rings * Add G for Green, Y for Yellow, R for Red Part numbers Receptacles Plugs UTS712CCRR UTS612CCRR UTS712CCRY UTS612CCRY UTS712CCRG UTS612CCRG G for Green Y for Yellow R for Red 0 20 40 60 80 100 120 0 4 2 6 8 10 Current (A) Ambient Operating Temperature (°C) © 2011 – SOURIAU 119 UTS Series 12E14/12D14 Mechanics 120 © 2011 – SOURIAU OR WITH OR UTS Series 14E15/14D15 Specifi cations Contact type Connector type Backshell Part number Male insert Female insert Handsolder electrical contacts loaded Square fl ange receptacle Without (Fig.6) UTS014E15P UTS014E15S Plug Without (Fig.1) UTS614E15P UTS614E15S Cable gland (Fig.2) UTS6JC14E15P UTS6JC14E15S Jam nut receptacle Without (Fig.3) UTS714E15P UTS714E15S PCB contacts loaded Square fl ange receptacle Without (Fig.7) UTS014D15P UTS014D15S Jam nut receptacle with stand off and with hold down clips Without (Fig.4) UTS714D15P32 UTS714D15S32 Jam nut receptacle with stand off and without hold down clip Without (Fig.5) UTS714D15P UTS714D15S Layout Sealed unmated © 2011 – SOURIAU 121 UTS Series 14E15/14D15 Dimensions Note: all dimensions are in mm Jam nut receptacle - UTS7 Front view 30.4 35.1 18 Ø22.3 3.5 3 Fig. 3 Fig. 4 Fig. 5 4.2 18 Ø22.3 3.5 3 18 Ø22.3 3.5 3 Plug - UTS6 Fig. 1 Fig. 2 70 Ø35.1 Ø35.1 25.3 Square fl ange receptacle - UTS0 Mated connector length Fig. 6 Fig. 7 11.3 Ø22.3 2.3 7.5 23.2 28.8 Ø3.2 Front view 7.8 75 82 UTS7 UTS0 Panel cut out Drilling pattern 23.2 23.2 Ø3.3 Jam nut receptacle - UTS7 24.5 25.9 30° 68° 22° 3.2 5.5 2.5 2.7 6.1 5.1 5.3 6.2 2.8 0.3 5.7 1.9 1 3.5 Square fl ange receptacle - UTS0 Front mounting Ø21.5 Rear mounting Ø25.1 Mechanics 15 contacts 4A/50V per IEC 61984 122 © 2011 – SOURIAU UTS Series 14E15/14D15 UTS 14E15/14D15 derating curves Jam nut sealing caps Plug sealing cap Square fl ange sealing cap Accessories Electrical characteristics Metal terminal Part number UTS614DCG Part number UTS14DCGE Metal terminal Part number UTS14DCG Part number UTS14DCGR Part numbers Receptacle cap Plug cap 85005588A 85005597 Plastic protective cap Part numbers / neoprene UTFD14B Gasket UL 12A 650V UL94 HB CSA 12A 650V UL94 HB IEC 4A 50V 1.5kV 3 Current use Limited use Not recommended use Test conditions Contact used: Machined contacts Wires used: 1.31mm² Color coding rings * Add G for Green, Y for Yellow, R for Red Part numbers Receptacles Plugs UTS714CCRR UTS614CCRR UTS714CCRY UTS614CCRY UTS714CCRG UTS614CCRG G for Green Y for Yellow R for Red 0 20 40 60 80 100 120 Current (A) Ambient Operating Temperature (°C) 0 5 3 8 10 20 18 15 13 23 25 28 30 © 2011 – SOURIAU 123 UTS Series 14E15/14D15 Mechanics 124 © 2011 – SOURIAU OR WITH OR UTS Series 14E18/14D18 Specifi cations Contact type Connector type Backshell Part number Male insert Female insert Handsolder electrical contacts loaded Square fl ange receptacle Without (Fig.6) UTS014E18P UTS014E18S Plug Without (Fig.1) UTS614E18P UTS614E18S Cable gland (Fig.2) UTS6JC14E18P UTS6JC14E18S Jam nut receptacle Without (Fig.3) UTS714E18P UTS714E18S PCB contacts loaded Square fl ange receptacle Without (Fig.7) UTS014D18P UTS014D18S Jam nut receptacle with stand off and with hold down clips Without (Fig.4) UTS714D18P32 UTS714D18S32 Jam nut receptacle with stand off and without hold down clip Without (Fig.5) UTS714D18P UTS714D18S Layout Sealed unmated © 2011 – SOURIAU 125 UTS Series 14E18/14D18 Dimensions Note: all dimensions are in mm Jam nut receptacle - UTS7 Front view 30.4 35.1 18 Ø22.3 3.5 3 Fig. 3 Fig. 4 Fig. 5 4.2 18 Ø22.3 3.5 3 18 Ø22.3 3.5 3 Plug - UTS6 Fig. 1 Fig. 2 70 Ø35.1 Ø35.1 25.3 Square fl ange receptacle - UTS0 Mated connector length Fig. 6 Fig. 7 11.3 Ø22.3 2.3 7.5 23.2 28.8 Ø3.2 Front view 7.8 75 82 UTS7 UTS0 Panel cut out Drilling pattern Jam nut receptacle - UTS7 24.5 25.9 23.2 23.2 Ø3.3 1.6 3.3 6.1 Ø22 Ø26.2 Ø30.5 22° 30° 68° 10 Ø3.1 4.9 2.8 5.7 6.4 Square fl ange receptacle - UTS0 Front mounting Ø21.5 Rear mounting Ø25.1 Mechanics 18 contacts 5A/50V per IEC 61984 126 © 2011 – SOURIAU UTS Series 14E18/14D18 UTS 14E18/14D18 derating curves Jam nut sealing caps Plug sealing cap Square fl ange sealing cap Accessories Electrical characteristics Metal terminal Part number UTS614DCG Part number UTS14DCGE Metal terminal Part number UTS14DCG Part number UTS14DCGR Part numbers Receptacle cap Plug cap 85005588A 85005597 Plastic protective cap Part numbers / neoprene UTFD14B Gasket UL 4A 250V UL94 HB CSA 4A 250V UL94 HB IEC 5A 50V 1.5kV 3 Current use Limited use Not recommended use Test conditions Contact used: Machined contacts Wires used: 0.518mm² Color coding rings * Add G for Green, Y for Yellow, R for Red Part numbers Receptacles Plugs UTS714CCRR UTS614CCRR UTS714CCRY UTS614CCRY UTS714CCRG UTS614CCRG G for Green Y for Yellow R for Red 0 20 40 60 80 100 120 Current (A) Ambient Operating Temperature (°C) 0 6 4 2 8 10 © 2011 – SOURIAU 127 UTS Series 14E18/14D18 Mechanics 128 © 2011 – SOURIAU OR OR WITH OR UTS Series 1419 - 14E19/14D19 Specifi cations Contact type Connector type Backshell Part number Male insert Female insert Crimp contacts supply separately see page 131 Free hanging receptacle Cable gland (Fig.1) UTS1JC1419P UTS1JC1419S Plug Without (Fig.2) UTS61419P UTS61419S Plug Cable gland (Fig.3) UTS6JC1419P UTS6JC1419S Jam nut receptacle Without (Fig.4) UTS71419P UTS71419S PCB contacts supply separately see page 131 Jam nut receptacle Without (Fig.4) UTS71419P UTS71419S Handsolder electrical contacts loaded Square fl ange receptacle Without (Fig.8) UTS014E19P UTS014E19S Plug Without (Fig.2) UTS614E19P UTS614E19S Cable gland (Fig.3) UTS6JC14E19P UTS6JC14E19S Jam nut receptacle Without (Fig.5) UTS714E19P UTS714E19S PCB contacts loaded Square fl ange receptacle Without (Fig.9) UTS014D19P UTS014D19S Jam nut receptacle with stand off and with hold down clips Without (Fig.6) UTS714D19P32 UTS714D19S32 Jam nut receptacle with stand off and without hold down clip Without (Fig.7) UTS714D19P UTS714D19S Layout Sealed unmated Square fl ange receptacle © 2011 – SOURIAU 129 UTS Series 1419 - 14E19/14D19 Dimensions Note: all dimensions are in mm Square fl ange receptacle - UTS0 Mated connector length Fig. 8 Fig. 9 11.3 Ø22.3 2.3 7.5 78 23.2 28.8 Ø3.2 Front view 75 82 UTS7 UTS0 Free hanging - UTS1 Plug - UTS6 78.5 Ø22.3 Fig. 1 Female Male Fig. 2 Fig. 3 33 70 Ø35.1 Ø35.1 25.3 Jam nut receptacle - UTS7 Front view 30.4 35.1 18 3.5 3 12.3 Fig. 5 Fig. 6 Fig. 7 Fig. 4 4.2 18 Ø22.3 3.5 3 18 Ø22.3 Ø22.3 3.5 3 Panel cut out Drilling pattern Jam nut receptacle - UTS7 24.5 25.9 23.2 23.2 Ø3.3 1.6 4.9 Ø22 Ø26.2 Ø30.5 30° 68° 10 Ø3.1 3.3 6.6 2.8 5.7 Square fl ange receptacle - UTS0 22° Front mounting Ø21.5 Rear mounting Ø25.1 Mechanics 19 contacts 5A/32V per IEC 61984 130 © 2011 – SOURIAU UTS Series 1419 - 14E19/14D19 Metal terminal * Add G for Green, Y for Yellow, R for Red G for Green Y for Yellow R for Red Crimp tooling Contacts Contact size Part number of head RM/RC 24W3K(1) Standard contacts #20 Ø 1mm S20RM RM/RC 20W3K(1) S20RM RM/RC 18W3K(1) S20RM SM/SC 24W3S(2) S20SCM20 SM/SC 24WL3S(3) S20SCM20 SM/SC 20W3S(2) S20SCM20 SM/SC 20WL3S(3) S20SCM20 Jam nut sealing caps Part number UTS14DCG Part number UTS14DCGR Plug sealing cap Square fl ange sealing cap Part number UTS614DCG Part number UTS14DCGE Part numbers Receptacle cap Plug cap 85005588A 85005597 Plastic protective cap Part numbers / neoprene UTFD14B Gasket Color coding rings Part numbers Receptacles Plugs UTS714CCRR UTS614CCRR UTS714CCRY UTS614CCRY UTS714CCRG UTS614CCRG Handle Tool kit Part number TOOLKIT Part number SHANDLES (1): example of plating, for other plating see UTS catalog page 143 (2): contact reeled (3): loose contact Accessories and tooling Metal terminal © 2011 – SOURIAU 131 UTS Series 1419 - 14E19/14D19 Contacts IEC 5A 32V 1.5kV 3 Electrical characteristics UTS 1419 - 14E19/14D19 derating curves Test conditions Contact used: Machined contacts Wires used: 0.518mm² Current use Limited use Not recommended use UTS 1419 UL 5A 250V UL94 V-0 CSA 4A 250V UL94 V-0 UTS 14E19/14D19 UL 4A 250V UL94 HB CSA 4A 250V UL94 HB 0 20 40 60 80 100 0 2 4 6 8 10 12 Current (A) Ambient Operating Temperature (°C) 120 #20 Contact type AWG Part number Max wire Ø Max Male Female insulator Ø Crimp Machined 26-24 RM24W3K(1) RC24W3K(1) - 1.58 22-20 RM20W3K(1) RC20W3K(1) - 1.58 20-18 RM18W3K(1) RC18W3K(1) - 2.1 stamped & formed reeled contacts 26-24 SM24W3TK6(2) SC24W3TK6(2) - 0.89-1.58 26-24 SM24W3TK6(2) SC24W3TK6(2) - 0.89-1.58 22-20 SM20W3TK6(2) SC20W3TK6(2) - 1.17-2.08 22-20 SM20W3TK6(2) SC20W3TK6(2) - 1.17-2.08 PCB Machined (3) - RMW5016K RCW5016K - - (1): Example of plating, for other plating see page 143 (2): Loose piece contact available if putting L. Example: SM20ML1-TK6 (3): For dimensions see page 148 Mechanics 19 contacts 5A/32V per IEC 61984 132 © 2011 – SOURIAU OR OR OR WITH UTS Series 1823 Specifi cations Contact type Connector type Backshell Part number Male insert Female insert Crimp contacts supply separately see page 135 Square fl ange receptacle Without (Fig.1) UTS01823P UTS01823S Free hanging receptacle Cable gland (Fig.2) UTS1JC1823P UTS1JC1823S Plug Without (Fig.3) UTS61823P UTS61823S Plug Cable gland (Fig.4) UTS6JC1823P UTS6JC1823S Jam nut receptacle Without (Fig.5) UTS71823P UTS71823S PCB contacts supply separately see page 135 Square fl ange receptacle Without (Fig.1) UTS01823P UTS01823S Jam nut receptacle Without (Fig.5) UTS71823P UTS71823S Layout 134 © 2011 – SOURIAU UTS Series 1823 Accessories and tooling (1): example of plating, for other plating see UTS catalog page 143 Metal terminal Crimp tooling Contacts Contact size Part number of head RM/RC 28M1K(1) Standard contacts #16 Ø 1.6mm S16RCM20 RM/RC 24M9K(1) S16RCM20 RM/RC 20M13K(1) S16RCM20 RM/RC 20M12K(1) S16RCM20 RM/RC 16M23K(1) S16RCM16 RM/RC 14M50K(1) S16RCM1450 RM/RC 14M30K(1) S16RCM14 SM/SC 24ML1TK6(1) S16SCM20 SM/SC 20ML1TK6(1) S16SCM20 SM/SC 16ML1TK6(1) S16SCML1 SM/SC 14ML1TK6(1) S16SCML1 SM/SC 16ML11TK6(1) S16SCML11 RMDXK10D28K Coaxial contacts M10S-1J RCDXK1D28K M10S-1J RM/RC DX60xxD28K M10S-1J RM/RC DXK10D28 + york090 M10S-1J RM/RC DX60xxD28 M10S-1J Jam nut sealing caps Part number UTS18DCG Part number UTS18DCGR Plug sealing cap Square fl ange sealing cap Part number UTS618DCG Part number UTS18DCGE Part numbers Receptacle cap Plug cap 8500-5590A 8500-5599 Plastic protective cap Part numbers / neoprene UTFD16B Gasket Handle Tool kit Part number TOOLKIT Part number SHANDLES Metal terminal © 2011 – SOURIAU 135 UTS Series 1823 Contacts 120 UL 10A 500V UL94 V-0 CSA 7A 500V UL94 V-0 IEC 9A 63V 1.5kV 3 Electrical characteristics UTS 1823 derating curves Test conditions Contact used: Machined contacts Wires used: 1.31mm² Current use Limited use Not recommended use 0 20 40 60 80 100 0 3 5 8 10 13 15 18 20 23 25 28 30 Current (A) Ambient Operating Temperature (°C) 120 #16 Contact type AWG Part number Max wire Ø Max Male Female insulator Ø Crimp Machined 30-28 RM28M1K(1) RC28M1K(1) 0.55 1.1 26-24 RM24M9K(1) RC24M9K(1) 0.8 1.6 22-20 RM20M13K(1) RC20M13K(1) 1.18 1.8 22-20 RM20M12K(1) RC20M12K(1) 1.18 2.2 20-16 RM16M23K(1) RC16M23K(1) 1.8 3.2 16-14 RM14M50K(1) RC14M50K(1) 2.05 3.2 16-14 RM14M30K(1) RC14M30K(1) 2.28 3.2 Stamped & formed reeled contacts 26-24 SM24M1TK6(1)(2) SC24M1TK6(1)(2) 0.89-1.28 - 22-20 SM20M1TK6(1)(2) SC20M1TK6(1)(2) 1.17-2.08 - 18-16 SM16M1TK6(1)(2) SC16M1TK6(1)(2) 3.0 - 18-16 SM16M11TK6(1)(2) SC16M11TK6(1)(2) 2.0-3.0 - 14 SM14M1TK6(1)(2) SC14M1TK6(1)(2) 3.2 - PCB Machined (3) - RM20M12E8K(1) RC20M12E84K(1) - - Coaxial Cable Multipiece - RMDXK10D28 RCDXK1D28 - - Cable Monocrimp - RMDX60xxD28 RCDX60xxD28 - - Twisted pair Multipiece - RMDXK10D28 + york090 RCDXK1D28 + york090 - - Twisted pair Monocrimp - RMDX60xxD28 RCDX60xxD28 - - Fiber optic POF contacts Plastic optical fi bre - RMPOF1000 RCPOF1000B - - (1): Example of plating, for other plating see page 143 (2): Loose piece contact available if putting L. Example: SM20ML1-TK6 (3): For dimensions see page 148 Mechanics 23 contacts 9A/63V per IEC 61984 136 © 2011 – SOURIAU OR WITH OR UTS Series 1832 Specifi cations Contact type Connector type Backshell Part number Male insert Female insert Crimp contact supply separately see page 139 Free hanging receptacle Cable gland (Fig.1) UTS1JC1832P UTS1JC1832S Plug Without (Fig.2) UTS61832P UTS61832S Plug Cable gland (Fig.3) UTS6JC1832P UTS6JC1832S Jam nut receptacle Without (Fig.4) UTS71832P UTS71832S PCB contacts supply separately see page 139 Jam nut receptacle Without (Fig.4) UTS71832P UTS71832S Layout 138 © 2011 – SOURIAU UTS Series 1832 Metal terminal Crimp tooling Contacts Contact size Part number of head RM/RC 24W3K(1) Standard contacts #20 Ø 1mm S20RM RM/RC 20W3K(1) S20RM RM/RC 18W3K(1) S20RM SM/SC 24W3S(2) S20SCM20 SM/SC 24WL3S(3) S20SCM20 SM/SC 20W3S(2) S20SCM20 SM/SC 20WL3S(3) S20SCM20 Jam nut sealing caps Part number UTS18DCG Part number UTS18DCGR Plug sealing cap Square fl ange sealing cap Part number UTS618DCG Part number UTS18DCGE Part numbers Receptacle cap Plug cap 8500-5590A 8500-5599 Plastic protective cap Part numbers / neoprene UTFD16B Gasket Handle Tool kit Part number TOOLKIT Part number SHANDLES (1): example of plating, for other plating see UTS catalog page 143 (2): contact reeled (3): loose contact Accessories and tooling Metal terminal © 2011 – SOURIAU 139 UTS Series 1832 Contacts UL 5A 250V UL94 V-0 CSA 4A 250V UL94 V-0 IEC 4A 32V 1.5kV 3 Electrical characteristics UTS 1832 derating curves Test conditions Contact used: Machined contacts Wires used: 0.518mm² Current use Limited use Not recommended use 0 20 40 60 80 100 0 2 4 6 8 10 Current (A) Ambient Operating Temperature (°C) 120 #20 Contact type AWG Part number Max wire Ø Max Male Female insulator Ø Crimp Machined 26-24 RM24W3K(1) RC24W3K(1) - 1.58 22-20 RM20W3K(1) RC20W3K(1) - 1.58 20-18 RM18W3K(1) RC18W3K(1) - 2.1 stamped & formed reeled contacts 26-24 SM24W3TK6(2) SC24W3TK6(2) - 0.89-1.58 26-24 SM24W3TK6(2) SC24W3TK6(2) - 0.89-1.58 22-20 SM20W3TK6(2) SC20W3TK6(2) - 1.17-2.08 22-20 SM20W3TK6(2) SC20W3TK6(2) - 1.17-2.08 PCB Machined (3) - RMW5016K RCW5016K - - (1): Example of plating, for other plating see page 143 (2): Loose piece contact available if putting L. Example: SM20ML1-TK6 (3): For dimensions see page 148 Mechanics 32 contacts 4A/32V per IEC 61984 UTS Series © 2011 – SOURIAU 141 Contacts UTS Series Description ....................................................................................................................................... 142 Contact plating selector guide ................................................................................................... 143 Contact selector guide ................................................................................................................. 144 Packaging ......................................................................................................................................... 144 Crimp contacts ................................................................................................................................ 145 #16 coaxial contacts .................................................................................................................... 147 PCB contacts ................................................................................................................................... 148 Fibre optic contacts ....................................................................................................................... 149 142 © 2011 – SOURIAU UTS Series Contacts Contacts Description The UTS series is delivered with (solder and PCB versions) or without contact (crimp version). When contacts are not loaded, this series offers the unique possibility to use the same contact in any layout as long as it receives the same active part size. Thus it is possible to buy only one contact reference and equip all connectors even if housings are different. The main benefit is the standardisation which means reduction of inventory cost. Bearing in mind that any additional tool or complicated assembly process should be avoided, our contacts are based on a snap-in principle which avoid the use of an insertion tool. Crimp contacts are available in different versions: In addition, UTS series can obviously be equipped with solder contacts, PCB contacts, screw termination. • machined • stamped & formed • coaxial • fiber optic © 2011 – SOURIAU 143 UTS Series Contacts Contact plating selector guide As soon as you know what contact size you need, you next have to decide on which type to use. Souriau proposes mainly two different types of electrical contacts: - Machined - Stamped & formed Machined contacts are generally chosen for low quantities purpose as well as a better solution for power applications. Stamped & formed contacts offer the ability to be crimped automatically which makes them more suitable for high volume production applications. Then comes the question: What plating should I choose ? Hereunder is a graph with criteria to guide you: NB: do not mix different plating (e.g. tin plated pin contact with gold plated socket contact). 250 100 0.4μm of gold min Gold fl ash Silver Tin 5mA 5mV Contact size #20 #12 #16 #8 Vibration Number of cycles Current / Voltage Contacts 144 © 2011 – SOURIAU UTS Series Contacts Electrical characteristics: contact resistance #20 Ø1mm Machined < 6m Stamped & formed < 15m #16 Ø1.6mm Machined < 3m Stamped & formed < 6m #12 Ø2.4mm Machined < 5m #8 Ø3.6mm Machined < 5m Available platings (contact supply separately) A 2μ Ni + 2μ Ag J Gold fl ash over 2μ Ni K Min 0.4μ gold over 2μ Ni S31 Active part: Gold fl ash over Ni Crimp area: Nickel S18 Active part: 0.75μ gold min over 2μ Ni Crimp area: 1.3μ tin over Ni Other: Nickel S25 S26 Active part: 0.75μ Au over Ni Crimp area: fl ash Au over Ni T T: 2μm Ni mini all over + 3 to 5 μm Sn all over TK6 2-5μ Sn pre-plated Conscious of the wide variety of applications, contact packaging has been considered for small series (bulk packaging) and high volume production (reeled contacts): Size contacts #20 & #16 • 100 pieces bulk packing (stamped & formed contacts) Electrical characteristics: contact resistance #20 Ø1mm Machined < 4m #16 Ø1.6mm Machined < 3m Available platings (contact preloaded) Min 0.4μ gold over 2μ Ni Contact preloaded Contact supply separately • 50 pieces bulk packing (machined contacts) • 25 pieces bulk packing (stamped & formed contacts) • 1000 pieces bulk packing (machined contacts) • 5000 pieces reeled (machined contacts) • 3000 pieces reeled (stamped & formed contacts) Size contacts #12 & #8 Contact selector guide Packaging © 2011 – SOURIAU 145 UTS Series Contacts Crimp contacts (1) contact reeled (2) loose contact Exemple: RM24W3K - Size #20, Machined, AWG24 wire. Contact size Type Wire size Part number Max wire Ø Max insulator Ø Plating AWG mm² Male Female available #20 Ø1 mm Machined 26-24 0.13-0.20 RM24W3K RC24W3K 1.58 max K Stamped & Formed 26-24 0.13-0.25 SM24W3-(1) SC24W3-(1) 0.89-1.58 TK6 S25 (female) SM24WL3-(2) SC24WL3-(2) S26 (male) Machined 22-20 0.32-0.52 RM20W3K RC20W3K 1.58 max K Stamped & Formed 22-20 0.35-0.5 SM20W3-(1) SC20W3-(1) 1.17-2.08 TK6 S25 (female) SM20WL3-(2) SC20WL3-(2) S26 (male) Machined 20-18 0.50-0.93 RM18W3K RC18W3K 2.10 max K #16 Ø1.6 mm Machined 30-28 0.05-0.08 RM28M1- RC28M1- 0.55 1.1 K, J, T Machined 26-24 0.13-0.2 RM24M9- RC24M9- 0.8 1.6 K, J, T Stamped & Formed 26-24 0.13-0.25 SM24M1-(1) SM24ML1-(2) SC24M1-(1) SC24ML1-(2) 0.89-1.28 Insulation grip S31, S18, TK6 Machined 22-20 0.32-0.52 RM20M13- RC20M13- 1.18 1.8 K, J, T RM20M12- RC20M12- 2.2 Stamped & Formed 22-20 0.35-0.5 SM20M1-(1) SM20ML1-(2) SC20M1-(1) SC20ML1-(2) 1.17-2.08 Insulation grip S31, S18, TK6 Machined 20-16 0.52-1.5 RM16M23- RC16M23- 1.8 3.2 K, J, T Stamped & Formed 18-16 0.8-1.5 SM16M1-(1) SM16ML1-(2) SC16M1-(1) SC16ML1-(2) 3.0 No insulation grip S31, S18, TK6 Stamped & Formed 18-16 0.8-1.5 SM16M11-(1) SM16ML11-(2) SC16M11-(1) SC16ML11-(2) 2.0-3.0 Insulation grip S31, S18, TK6 Machined 16-14 1.5-2.5 RM14M50- RC14M50- 2.05 3.2 K, J, T Machined 16-14 1.5-2.5 RM14M30- RC14M30- 2.28 3.2 K, J, T Stamped & Formed 14 2.0-2.5 SM14M1-(1) SM14ML1-(2) SC14M1-(1) SC14ML1-(2) 3.2 No insulation grip S31, S18, TK6 #12 Ø2.4 mm Machined 22 0.13-0.4 82911457NA 82911456A - 4.9 A, K 20 0.5 82911459NA 82911458A 18 0.75-1.0 82911461NA 82911460A 16 1.5 82911463NA 82911462A 14 2.5 82911465NA 82911464A 12 4 82911467NA 82911466A #8 Ø3.6 mm Machined 16 1.5 82913601A 82913600A - 6.5 A 14 2.5 82913603A 82913602A 12 4 82913605A 82913604A 10 6.0 82913607A 82913606A 8 10.0 82913609A 82913608A Standard version Contacts 146 © 2011 – SOURIAU Contact 1 Contact 2 Standard male contact Standard female contact Longer male contact Standard male contact Standard female contact FMLB Shorter female contact LMFB UTS Series Contacts Crimp contacts Exemple: RM16M3GE1K - Size #16, Machined, Longer male, AWG16 wire.     First Mate Last Break contacts should be chosen only if the cavity is not marked with the earth symbol. For cavities marked with the earth symbol, standard contacts will fulfi ll the same role as a fi rst mate, last break contact used in a standard cavity. Ground symbol How to make FMLB / LMFB connection First Mate Last Break contacts Contact size Type Wire size Part number Max wire Ø Max insulator Ø Color band Plating available AWG mm² Male Female Front Rear #16 Ø1.6 mm Longer male contact (+1mm) Machined 30-28 0.05-0.08 RM28M1GE1□ - 0.55 1.1 - Red □ = K, J or T 26-24 0.13-0.2 RM24M9GE1□ 0.8 1.6 Red Red 22-20 0.32-0.52 RM20M13GE1□ 1.18 1.8 Black Red RM20M12GE1□ 2.2 Blue Red 20-16 0.52-1.5 RM16M23GE1□ 1.8 3.2 - Red 16-14 1.5-2.5 RM14M50GE1□ 2.05 - - Red 16-14 1.5-2.5 RM14M30GE1□ 2.28 - - Red #16 Ø1.6 mm Shorter female contact (-0.7mm) Machined 30-28 0.05-0.08 - RC28M1GE7□ 0.55 1.1 - Blue □ = K, J or T 26-24 0.13-0.2 RC24M9GE7□ 0.8 1.6 Red Blue 22-20 0.32-0.52 RC20M13GE7□ 1.18 1.8 Black Blue RC20M12GE7□ 2.2 Blue Blue 20-16 0.52-1.5 RC16M23GE7□ 1.8 3.2 - Blue 16-14 1.5-2.5 RC14M50GE7□ 2.05 - - Blue 16-14 1.5-2.5 RC14M30GE7□ 2.28 - - Blue ont Re © 2011 – SOURIAU 147 UTS Series Contacts #16 coaxial contacts We provide 2 types of coaxial contacts suitable for 50 or 75, coaxial cable or twisted pair cable. Monocrimp coaxial contact • The monocrimp one-piece coaxial contacts offer high reliability plus the economic advantage of a 95% reduction in installation time over conventional assembly methods. • This economy is achieved by simultaneously crimping both the inner conductor and outer braid or drain wire. Multipiece crimp coaxial contact • The inner conductor and outer braid is crimped individually. • The thermoplastic insulating bushing in the outer body is designed to accept and permanently retain the inner contact. • An outer ferrule is used to connect the braid to the outer contact and provide cable support to ensure against bending and vibration. Suitable for Coaxial cable or Twisted cable • For jacket diameter from 1.78 to 3.05mm Inner conductor up to 2.44mm diameter • For jacket diameter from 0.64 to 1.45mm Inner conductor from AWG30 to AWG24 Contacts for coaxial cable summary Contact type Contact range Contact part number with cable combination Cabling notice Male contact Female contact Multipiece RMDXK10D28 RCDXK1D28 See page 176 See pages 180 & 181 Monocrimp RMDX60xxD28 RCDX60xxD28 See page 182 Contacts for twisted pairs cable summary Contact type Contact range Contact part number with cable combination Cabling notice Male contact Female contact Multipiece RMDXK10D28 + YORK090 RCDXK1D28 + YORK090 See page 177 See page 178 Monocrimp RMDX60xxD28 RCDX60xxD28 See page 179 Coaxial contact range Contacts 148 © 2011 – SOURIAU PCB contacts PCB contacts PCB soldering UTS range can be carried out with a wave soldering process, but not refl ow soldering process. All high temperature processes are prohibited. Nominal length (G) Dimension of dipsolder contacts out of connector (contacts to be ordered separately). Contact size Type Part number Plating Male Female #20 Ø1mm Short version RMW50A7K RCW50A7K K Long version RMW5016K RCW5016K #16 Ø1.6mm Short version RM20M12E8□ RC20M12E8□ □=K or T Long version RM20M12E83□ RC20M12E83□ RC20M12E84□ Exemple: RM50A7K - Size #20, Short version, male. UTS Series Contacts G * Plating indication: see plating table Connector size Pin contact Socket contact RM20M12E8*□ RM20M12E83*□ RC20M12E8*□ RC20M12E83*□ RC20M12E84*□ 10 4 9.1 3.3 8.5 12.1 12 4 9.1 3.3 8.5 12.1 14 4 9.1 3.3 8.5 12.1 16 4 9.1 3.3 8.5 12.1 Connector size Pin contact Socket contact RM20M 12E8*□ RM20M 12E83*□ RMW 50A7K RMW 5016K RC20M 12E8*□ RC20M 12E83*□ RCW 50A7K RCW 5016K 10 4.1 9.2 9.51 10.41 4.65 8.5 2.4 3.04 12 4 9.2 9.51 10.41 3.3 8.5 2.4 3.04 14 4 9.2 9.51 10.41 3.3 8.5 2.4 3.04 16 4 9.2 9.51 10.41 3.3 8.5 2.4 3.04 UTS0 UTS7 © 2011 – SOURIAU 149 Fibre optic contacts Size 16 Fibre optic contacts for TRIM TRIO® connectors Size 16 Fibre optic contacts are optical contacts designed for the integration of optical links in all TRIM TRIO® cable connectors. The Fibre optic contacts are designed to accommodate: • Plastic Optical Fibre (POF) 1 mm core and 2.2 mm jacket • Plastic Clad Fibre (PCF) 230μm core and 2.2 mm jacket Typical features and benefits are: • Socket contact is spring loaded to avoid any air gap between the two optical faces. • Low insertion loss is provided by high precision pieces. • Single jumpers, multiway harness and active device housings can be supplied regarding customer requirement. Performance • Fibre type: ................................................................................................................................POF • Wave length: ........................................................................................................................650 nm • Optical insertion loss (typ.): ..........................................................................................2 dB max. • Jacketed external diameter: ............................................................................................2.2mm • Temperature range: ....................................................................................................-25°C to +70°C • Cable retention: ..................................................................................................................... 49N • Mating cycles without cleaning: .........................................................................................50 • Max. mating cycles: ...............................................................................................................500 Construction • Contact body: Copper alloy Connector accommodation Any TRIM TRIO® size 16 contact can be used in any contact position in any connector in the TRIM TRIO® size 16 interconnection system : UTP, UTS, UTG, UTO. UTS Series Contacts Description Technical characteristics Contacts 150 © 2011 – SOURIAU Fibre optic contacts UTS Series Contacts POF Contact (Plastic Optical Fibre) Ordering information Part numbers Descriptions 80WD0005 Stripping tool 80WD0025 Automatic stripping tool for Ø 0.5 mm, 0.6 mm, 0.7 mm & 3.8 mm 80WM0006 Ruler 80WP0005 Polishing plate 80WP0013 Non slip base (to hold the polishing plate) 80WP0014 Polishing disk (grain size 9μm) 80WP0018 Polishing tool 80WP0019 Polishing disk (grain size 30μm) 80WS0002 Crimping plier STANDARD TOOLING KIT - P/N 80MS0004 The standard tooling kit is made of the part numbers below that can be ordered separately as well. Part numbers Descriptions 80WG0010 Needle 80WG0015 Capsule 80WG0016 Syringe 80WN0005 Dry air spray 80WN0006 Optical paper 80WN0012 Dropping bottle 80WN0008 Wiping solvent SPECIFIC TOOLING LIST - can be ordered only separately POF Contacts (Plastic Optical Fibre) Male contact ................................................RMPOF1000 Female contact ......................................... RCPOF1000B © 2011 – SOURIAU 151 UTS Series Contacts Contacts UTS Series © 2011 – SOURIAU 153 Technical information UTS Series Tooling ............................................................................................................................................... 154 Assembly intruction ....................................................................................................................... 156 Dimensions overmoulded harnesses ...................................................................................... 162 Extraction tools ............................................................................................................................... 162 Rated current & working voltage ............................................................................................... 163 UV resistance .................................................................................................................................. 164 UL94 + UL1977 ............................................................................................................................. 165 IEC 61984 & IP codes explained ............................................................................................. 168 What is NEMA rating ? ................................................................................................................. 170 Ethernet for the layman ................................................................................................................ 171 154 © 2011 – SOURIAU UTS Series Technical information Souriau has been working in partnership with Mecal for a good number of years. With sales offi ces located in all major industrial regions of the world, the combined strengths of both organisations has resulted in a truly global solution to all your production tooling needs. Mecal sales network: Mecal is leader in manufacturing tooling for crimping terminals over a stripped wire. Established in 1976, Mecal has become one of the world's leading companies dedicated to the design and manufacture of semi automatic production tools for strip fed, open barrel crimp terminals, serving the Automotive, Telecom and Datacomm industry. The extreme environment interconnect specialist “from deep sea to deep space”. Souriau designs manufactures and markets high performance interconnect solutions for severe environments dedicated to the aerospace, defence, light and heavy industry markets. Mini Applicator Stripper Presses Tooling www.mecal.net/eng/retevendita.php Automatic crimping tools © 2011 – SOURIAU 155 UTS Series Technical information Contact size Part number Head Handles #20 1mm RM/RC 24W3 - S20RCM SHANDLES RM/RC 20W3 - RM/RC 18W3 - SM 24W3S-(1) SC 24W3S-(1) S20SCM20 SM 24WL3S-(2) SC 24WL3S-(2) SM/SC 20W3S-(1) SM/SC 20WL3S-(2) #16 1.6mm RM/RC 28M1- S16RCM20 RM/RC 24M9- RM/RC 20M13- RM/RC 20M12- RM/RC 16M23- S16RCM16 RM/RC 14M50- S16RCM1450 RM/RC 14M30- S16RCM14 SM/SC 24M1- SM/SC 24ML1- S16SCM20 SM/SC 20M1- SM/SC 20ML1- SM/SC 16M1- SM/SC 16ML1- S16SCML1 SM/SC 14M1- SM/SC 14ML1- SM/SC 16M11- SM/SC 16ML11- S16SCML11 Specifi c contacts Contact size Part number Tool with separate locator Extraction tools Hand tool Positioner + locator setting #12 2.4mm 8291 1457N- / 8291 1456- M317 VGE10077A 1-2 5106020924 8291 1459N- / 8291 1458- 2 8291 1461N- / 8291 1460- 2 8291 1463N- / 8291 1462- 3 8291 1465N- / 8291 1464- 3 8291 1467N- / 8291 1466- 4 #8 3.6mm 8291 3601A / 8291 3600A M317 VGE10078A 3 51060210936 8291 3603A / 8291 3602A 3 8291 3605A / 8291 3604A 4 8291 3607A / 8291 3606A 5 8291 3609A / 8291 3608A 6/7 Contact size Part number Hand tools (SHANDLES) head Tool with separate locator Extraction tools Hand tool Positioner + locator setting #16 Ø 1.6mm Longer RM contact RM28M1GE1- S16RCM20 RX2025GE1 RM24M9GE1- RM20M13GE1- RM16M23 GE1- S16RCM16 MH860 MH86186 6/8 RM14M50 GE1- S16RCM1450 M317 UH25 3 RM14M30 GE1- S16RCM14 #16 Ø 1.6mm Shorter RC contact RC28M1GE7- S16RCM20 MH860 MH86164G 4/6 RC24M9GE7- 5/6 RC20M13GE7- RC20M12GE7- 5/7 RC16M23GE7- S16RCM16 6/8 RC14M50GE7- S16RCM1450 M317 UH25 3 RC14M30GE7- S16RCM14 Standard contacts Coaxial contacts See cabling notice chapter Appendices, pages 178 to 182. (1) contact reeled (2) loose contact Note: endurance of SHANDLES tool = 5 000 cycles. 51060210924 51060210936 SHANDLES Crimptooling table Technical information 156 © 2011 – SOURIAU Assembly instruction Part number Stripping length L Male Female (mm) Machined contact #16 RM28M1- / RM24M9- RM20M13- / RM20M12- RC28M1- / RC24M9- RC20M13- / RC20M12- 4.8 RM16M23- / RM14M50- RM14M30- RC16M23- / RC14M50- RC14M30- 7.1 #20 RM24W3- / RM20W3- RM18W3- RC24W3- / RC20W3- RC18W3- 4.8 Stamped & formed #16 SM24M1- / SM24ML1- SM20M1- / SM20ML1 SC24M1- / SC24ML1- SC20M1- / SC20ML1- 4 SM16M11- / SM16ML11- SC16M11- / SC16ML11- 4.65 SM16M1- / SM16ML1- SC16M1- / SC16ML1- 6.35 SM14M1- / SM14ML1- SC16M11- / SC16ML11- 6.35 Screw contacts Power contacts #12 8291 1457- / 8291 1459- / 8291 1461- / 8291 1463- / 8291 1465- / 8291 1467- 8291 1456- / 8291 1458- / 8291 1460- /8291 1462- / 8291 1464- / 8291 1466 - 7 to 8 Power contacts #8 8291 3601- / 8291 3603- / 8291 3605- 8291 3607- / 8291 3609- 8291 3600- / 8291 3602- / 8291 3604- / 8291 3606- / 8291 3608- 6.5 to 7.5 Contact delivered with connector 5.8 Part number Stripping length L Male Female (mm) Machined contact #16 & #20 5 L L L L Without insulation support With insulation support L UTS Series Technical information Wire stripping crimp version Wire stripping solder version © 2011 – SOURIAU 157 One of the key factors which affects the performance of a connector, is the way contacts are terminated. Crimped connections are nowadays seen as the best solution to ensure quality throughout the lifetime of the product. Here are some reasons why we recommend this method of termination for UTS connectors: Advantages (Extract from the IEC 60352-2): - Effi cient processing of connections at each production level - Processing by fully-automatic or semi- automatic crimping machines, or with hand operated tools - No cold-soldered joints - No degradation of the spring characteristic of female contacts by the soldering temperature - No health risk from heavy metal and fl ux steam - Preservation of conductor fl exibility behind the crimped connection - No burnt, discolored and overheated wire insulation - Good connections with reproducible electrical and mechanical performances - Easy production control. To ensure that the crimp tooling is performing according tooriginal specifi cations, it is important to carry out regular checks. A common way to check the performance of tooling is with a simple pull test, ideally using a dedicated electric pull tester. Minimum recommended full forces are indicated in the tables below: Active contact part Contact type Die location on heads Wire section range Section (mm²) Tensile straight test (mini) Height (Mm) H (±0.075) Width (Mm) W (±0.075) Head's P/N Machined contacts size 20 RM/RC 24W3* 26/24 AWG 26 0.12 min 15 N 0.95 1.27 S20RCM AWG 24 0.25 max 32 N RM/RC 20W3* 22/20 AWG 22 0.32 min 40 N 1.26 1.78 AWG 20 0.50 max 60 N RM/RC 18W3* 20/18 AWG 20 0.50 max 60 N 1.35 1.86 AWG 18 0.82 max 90 N S & F contacts size 20 SM/SC 24WL3TK6* 26/24 AWG 26 0.12 min 15 N 0.80 1.49 S20SCM20 AWG 24 0.25 max 32 N SM/SC 20WL3TK6* 22/20 AWG 22 0.32 min 40 N 1.01 1.53 AWG 20 0.50 max 60 N Machined contacts size 16 RM/RC 28M1K* 30/28 AWG 30 0.05 min 11 N 1.14 1.41 S16RCM20 AWG 28 0.08 max 11 N RM/RC 24M9K* 26/24 AWG 26 0.12 min 15 N 1.15 1.41 AWG 24 0.25 max 32 N RM/RC 20M13K* 22/20 AWG 22 0.32 min 40 N 1.26 1.76 AWG 20 0.50 max 60 N RM/RC 20M12K* AWG 22 0.32 min 40 N AWG 20 0.50 max 60 N RM/RC 16M23K* 20 AWG 20 0.50 max 60 N 1.66 2.18 18 AWG 18 0.82 max 90 N 1.80 2.28 S16RCM16 16 AWG 16 1.50 max 150 N 1.96 2.43 RM/RC 14M30K* 16 AWG 16 1.50 min 150 N 2.10 2.68 S16RCM14 14 AWG 14 2.50 min 230 N 2.30 2.78 RM/RC 14M50K* 16 AWG 16 1.50 min 150 N 2.09 2.59 S16RCM1450 14 AWG 14 2.50 max 230 N 2.26 2.71 S & F contacts size 16 SM/SC 24ML1TK6* 26/24 AWG 26 0.12 min 15 N 0.84 1.50 S16SCM20 AWG 24 0.25 max 32 N SM/SC 20ML1TK6* 22/20 AWG 22 0.32 min 40 N 1.02 1.54 AWG 20 0.50 max 60 N SM/SC 16ML11TK6* 18 AWG 18 0.82 min 90 N 1.32 2.09 S16SCML11 16 AWG 16 1.50 max 150 N 1.36 2.10 SM/SC 16ML1TK6* 18 AWG 18 0.82 min 90 N 1.49 2.02 16 AWG 16 1.50 max 150 N 1.7 2.05 S16SCML1 SM/SC14ML1TK6* 14 AWG 14 2.50 max 230 N 1.79 2.58 (1): example of plating, for other plating see page 143 W W H H Machined contact Stamped & Formed contact UTS Series Technical information Crimping Technical information 158 © 2011 – SOURIAU • Strip wires, crimp or solder contacts • Insert contacts into connector cavities (insert manually or use tool RTM205 crimp contacts only) • Place receptacle in the panel cut-out, with optional gasket • Secure receptacle with screws (not supplied) Gasket (optional) Gasket (optional) Front mounting : Crimp version Rear mounting : Crimp version Optional coding ring Optional coding ring Panel thickness: 2.5mm max Panel Receptacle fl ange Receptacle fl ange 3mm max 3mm max Pa Gasket (optional) Optional coding ring Optional coding ring Front mounting : Solder version Rear mounting : Solder version Gasket (optional) UTS Series Technical information UTS 0 assembly (mounting suggestion) © 2011 – SOURIAU 159 Shell size Nut tightening torque (Nm) Ø Wire 10 1 from 1.7 mm to 3.0 mm 12 1.5 14 1.5 Nut Grommet + Compression ring Optional coding ring • Slide accessories on the cable (make sure to keep compression ring on the grommet) • Strip wires and crimp contacts • Insert fi rst contact into the grommet (fi rst contact in cavity A, use male contact to pierce the grommet, no tool is required), then insert the contact in the connector cavity A (insert manually or use tool RTM205) • Place the grommet and compression ring on the insulator • Insert the other contacts • Tighten nut (recommended torque: see note) Shell size Jam nut torque (Nm) Tool tightening Ø Wire Standard version Discrete wire sealing 8 1.5 19.05 3.2 mm max. from 1.7 mm to 3.0 mm 10 3 22.25 12 4 27.15 14 5 30.19 18 5 36.5 • Strip wires, crimp or solder contacts • Insert contacts into connector cavities (insert manually or use tool RTM205 crimp contacts only) • Seat o-ring, place receptacle in the panel cut-out • Tighten jam nut O-ring O-ring Jam nut Jam nut Panel thickness: 3.2mm max Panel thickness: 3.2mm max Optional coding ring Optional coding ring Crimp version Solder version Finally UTS Series Technical information UTS 7 assembly (mounting suggestion) UTS 6 GN / UTS 7 GN assembly Technical information 160 © 2011 – SOURIAU • Slide accessories on the cable • Strip external cable jacket • Strip wires and crimp contacts • Insert contacts into connector cavities (insert manually or use tool RTM205) • Tight adapter with plug, choose right seal (waste the other seal), tight nut with adapter (recommended torque values to be applied according to the table - right) • Caution: only one of both delivered gasket should be used ! Shell size Recommended jacket strip length (mm) Adapter tightening torque (Nm) Nut tightening torque (Nm) Ø Cable range Standard seal Ø Cable range Reducing seal Ø Wire Male Female 10 21 29 1.5 2 2.5/8.0 1.5/5.0 3.2 mm max. 12 25 33 2 2.5 5.0/12.0 3.0/9.0 14 29 36 3 2.5 7.0/14.0 5.0/12.0 18 37 45 4 3.5 9.0/18.0 7.0/16.0 Coding ring Nut Adapter + mounted gasket Make sure the seal is positioned as shown. • Slide accessories on the cable • Strip external cable jacket • Strip wires and solder contacts • Tight adapter with plug, choose right seal (waste the other seal), tight nut with adapter (recommended torque values to be applied according to the table - right) • Caution: only one of both delivered gasket should be used ! Shell size Recommended jacket strip length (mm) Adapter tightening torque (Nm) Nut tightening torque (Nm) Ø Cable range Standard seal Ø Cable range Reducing seal Ø Wire Male 8 17 1 0.75 2.5/6.5 1.5/5.0 3.2 mm max. 10 21 1.5 2 2.5/8.0 1.5/5.0 12 25 2 2.5 5.0/12.0 3.0/9.0 14 29 3 2.5 7.0/14.0 5.0/12.0 Make sure the seal is positioned as shown.   Assembly instruction Coding ring Nut Adapter + mounted gasket UTS Series Technical information UTS 1 JC / UTS 6 JC assembly: Crimp version UTS 6 JC assembly: Solder version © 2011 – SOURIAU 161 Shell size UTS0 + UTS6 EN JC & CJC UTS0 + UTS6 EN GN UTS7 + UTS6 EN JC & CJC UTS7 + UTS6 EN GN A max B max C max D max 8 61.1 - 66.6 - 10 73.2 39.6 77.3 43.7 12 77.6 39.4 81.7 43.5 14 83.5 40 87.6 44.1 18 93.1 - 97.2 - UTS0 + UTS6 A B UTS7 + UTS6 C D • Slide accessories on the cable (make sure to keep compression ring on the grommet) • Strip external cable jacket • Strip wires and crimp contacts • Insert fi rst contact into the grommet (fi rst contact in cavity A, the contact pierces the grommet, no tool is required), then insert the contact in the connector cavity A (insert manually or use tool RTM205) • Place the grommet and compression ring on the insulator • Insert the other contacts • Tight adapter with plug, choose right seal (waste the other seal), tight nut with adapter (recommended torque values to be applied according to the table - right). Nut Adapter + mounted gasket Grommet + Compression ring Optional coding ring Shell size Recommended jacket strip length (mm) Adapter tightening torque (Nm) Nut tightening torque (Nm) Ø Cable range Standard seal Ø Cable range Reducing seal Ø Wire Male Female 10 21 29 1.5 2 2.5/8.0 1.5/5.0 from 1.7 mm to 3.0 mm 12 25 33 2 2.5 5.0/12.0 3.0/9.0 14 29 36 3 2.5 7.0/14.0 5.0/12.0 UTS Series Technical information UTS 1 GJC / UTS 6 GJC assembly Mated connector length Note: all dimensions are in mm Technical information 162 © 2011 – SOURIAU Extraction: Place the tool into the cavity from front face of the connector, push on the handle, then remove the contact.. Special case with the tool RX2025GE1: A - When setting up in the cell, keep fi rmly the tool by the hexagonal metallic part and insert tool in cavity. B - Push the tool by the handle to extract the contact. UTS Series Technical information 51060210924 51060210936 RX2025GE1 Contact size Extractor #20 RX20D44 #16 RX2025GE1 #12 51060210924 #8 51060210936 L L1 Shell size UTS0 UTS7 L max L1 max L2 max L3 max L max L1 max L2 max L3 max 8 42.8 36.8 80.7 57.2 46.8 36.8 85.8 57.2 10 55.8 50.3 98.6 92 60.5 50.3 102.7 92 12 57.1 51.4 99.3 93.7 61.4 51.4 106.4 93.7 14 62.5 56.3 100.3 94.6 67.6 56.3 104.8 94.6 L2 L3 Dimensions overmoulded harnesses Extraction tools Extraction tools instruction for size 16 RX20D44 © 2011 – SOURIAU 163 Rated current & working voltage The current carrying capacity of a connector is limited by the thermal properties of materials used in it's construction. The amount of current that can be handled depends on the size of cable used, the ambient temperature and the heat that is generated inside the connector. Part 3 of the IEC 60512 standard determines through a derating curve, the maximum current permissible, which varies from one layout to another (Fig.1 & Fig.2). Wire size plays an important role as well, since they help to dissipate heat and avoid overheating (Fig.1 & Fig.3). Please note that the curve should be adjusted when dealing with potential hot spots, which can occur as a result of unequal loading of current across a number of contacts. As a general rule, it is best to avoid locating power handling contacts in the middle of the connector; try to locate them towards the edge where heat can be dissipated more effectively. Eventually you should fi nd a level which represents the permissible operating range: The rated current is defi ned as uninterrupted continuous current that a connector can take when all contacts are energized simultaneously without exceeding the maximum limit of temperature. The earth contact is never loaded. 0 20 40 60 80 100 120 0 3 5 8 10 13 15 18 20 23 25 28 30 Current (A) Ambient Operating Temperature (°C) Fig.1: UTS 12-4 – 1.5mm² wires 0 20 40 60 80 100 120 0 3 5 8 10 13 15 18 20 23 25 28 30 Current (A) Ambient Operating Temperature (°C) Fig.2: UTS 12-8 – 1.5mm² wires Current use Limited use Not recommended use 0 20 40 60 80 100 120 0 3 5 8 10 13 15 18 20 23 25 28 30 Current (A) Ambient Operating Temperature (°C) Fig.3: UTS 12-4 – 2.5mm² wires 33 35 UTS Series Technical information Current carrying capacity Technical information 164 © 2011 – SOURIAU Solar radiation affects all materials, but plastics can be susceptible to extreme degradation over time. The choice of materials for the UTS series was therefore a critical consideration. All over the world we are not exposed to the same amount of energy given by the sun. The chart shown here clearly illustrates this. So we performed test according to the ISO 4892-2 and simulated 5 years exposure to outdoor environments (temperature, humidity, etc...) After this period there was no signifi cant colour variation, no crazing, no cracking and no major variation of mechanical properties. Yearly mean of daily irradiation in UV (280-400 nm) on horizontal plane (J/cm²) (1990-2004) 90° 60° 30° 0° - 30° - 90° - 60° - 180° - 150° - 120° - 90° - 60° - 30° 0° 30° 60° 90° 120° 150° 180° J/cm² 0 10 20 30 50 60 70 80 90 100 110 120 130 150 160 170 180 190 40 140 UTS Series Technical information UV resistance © 2011 – SOURIAU 165 There are two main standards for industrial connectors: UL94 & UL1977 UL94 This standard is dedicated to plastics fl ammability. It characterises how the material burns in various orientation and thicknesses. The UTS series has been rated at V-0 & HB. Procedure: A specimen is supported in a vertical or horizontal position and a fl ame is applied to the bottom of the specimen. The fl ame is applied for ten seconds and then removed until fl aming stops, at which time the fl ame is reapplied for another ten seconds and then removed. Two sets of fi ve specimens are tested. The two sets are conditioned under different conditions. V-0 Vertical burning: • Specimens must not burn with fl aming combustion for more than 10 seconds after either test fl ame application. • Total fl aming combustion time must not exceed 50 seconds for each set of 5 specimens. • Specimens must not burn with fl aming or glowing combustion up to the specimen holding clamp. • Specimens must not drip fl aming particles that ignite the cotton. • No specimen can have glowing combustion remain for longer than 30 seconds after removal of the test fl ame. ~~ 5’’ 12’’ 45° Cotton Material Underwriter Laboratories HB Horizontal burning: • A material classed HB shall not have a burning rate exceeding 40 mm per minute over a 75 mm span for specimens having a thickness of 3.0 to 13 mm. • A material classed HB shall not have a burning rate exceeding 75 mm per minute over a 75 mm span for specimens having a thickness less than 3.0 mm. • A material classed HB shall cease to burn before the 100 mm reference mark. 45° 45° Material 100±1mm 25±1mm 10±1mm Wire gauze Wire gauze UTS Series Technical information Technical information 166 © 2011 – SOURIAU Underwriter Laboratories UL1977 There are several standards which deal with plug and receptacle. Each of them is only for a small area of applications. It could be telecommunication, Etc. The UL 1977 covers single and multipole connectors intended for factory assembly. Requirements apply to devices in taking into account intensity and voltage. There a categories as follows: Type 0 Type 1A Tybe 1B Type 2 Type 3 Type 4 0 0 8.3 A 31 A 200 A 1000 A 600 V 30 V (42 V peak) According to above table, the level of performance that has to be reached could be different. Most of them are explained in the following page. Assembly: Connector has to be keyed to prevent any mismating that can damage the machine or hurt the user. In the same way, plugs and sockets have to be equipped to protect persons against contact with live parts. Finally the identifi ed grounding contact shall be located so that the corresponding electrical continuity has to be completed before any other contact. Insulating materials: Material uses for electrical insulation, as a minimum, have to comply with the characteristics shown below: • Minimum ratings for polymeric materials Type Flame rating Relative thermal index (RTI) Electrical/mechanical w/o impact */** 0 - 50/50 1A HB 50/50 1B HB 50/50 2 HB 50/50 3 HB 50/50 4 HB 50/50 * The RTI of the material shall not be lower than the temperature measured during the Temperature Test. ** For a thickness less than that for which a value has been established, the RTI of the minimum thickness with an established value shall be used. UTS Series Technical information © 2011 – SOURIAU 167 Underwriter Laboratories UL1977 Spacing: For a 250V max connector, distance through air or over material shall be 1.2mm whereas from 250V to 600V connector the spacing is 3.2 minimum. These distances have to be taken between uninsulated live parts as shown in the matrix below: An alternative way to determine voltage rating is with the Dielectric-Withstand test. If during one minute there is no arc-over or breakdown the rated voltage is given as given below: a) 500 volts for a type 1B device b) 1000 volts plus twice rated voltage for types 1A, 2, 3 and 4 devices. • Applicability of spacing requirements Type Uninsulated live part - uninsulated live part of opposite polarity Uninsulated live part - uninsulated grounded metal part Uninsulated live part - exposed dead metal part 0 No No No 1A Yes Yes Yes 1B Yes Yes No 2 Yes Yes Yes 3 Yes Yes Yes 4 Yes Yes Yes Marking: A device shall be legibly marked with the manufacturer's trade name, trade mark, or other descriptive marking by which the organisation responsible for the product may be identifi ed. (Exception: If the device is too small, or where the legibility would be diffi cult to attain, the manufacturer’s name, trademark, or other descriptive marking may appear on the smallest unit container or carton) The following shall be marked on the device or on the smallest unit container or carton or on a stuffer sheet in the smallest unit container or carton: a) The catalogue number or an equivalent designation b) The electrical rating in both volts and amperes, if assigned c) Whether ac or dc, if restricted d) Flammability class, if identifi ed Example - Marking for the arrangement 10-3: 10A 500V UL94 V-0 UTS Series Technical information Technical information 168 © 2011 – SOURIAU The norm is dedicated to connectors with rated voltage above 50V and up to 1000V and rated currents up to 125A per contact. But depending of your application connectors should be compliant with another standard. This has to be double checked with the customer. There are lot of constructional requirements and performances specifi ed in that standard. Most of them are illustrated in greater details hereafter. Provisions for earthing: The UTS connector is intended to be used on Class II systems. Even if the purpose of our connector is not to interrupt current, we often see a need to add a protective earth contact. Then this one shall be a “First mate, last break” style. Critically, among all of the normal assumptions we make in designing a connector, this contact has to be considered as a live part and must be protected against electric shock by double or reinforced insulation. IP Code: IP is a coding system defi ned by the IEC 60529 to indicate the degrees of protection provided by an enclosure. The aim of this is to give information regarding the accessibility of live parts against ingress of water and other foreign bodies. 1st digit Degree of protection 2nd digit Degree of protection 0 No protection against accidental contact. No protection against solid foreign bodies. 0 No protection against water. 1 Protection against contacts with any large area by hand and against large solid foreign bodies with a diameter bigger than 50 mm. 1 Drip-proof. Protection against vertical water drips. 2 Protection against contacts with the fi ngers. Protection against solid foreign bodies with a diameter bigger than 12 mm. 2 Drip-proof. Protection against water drips up to a 15° angle. 3 Protection against tools, wires or similar objects with a diameter bigger than 2.5 mm. Protection against small solid bodies with a diameter bigger than 2.5 mm. 3 Spray-proof. Protection against diagonal water drips up to a 60° angle. 4 As 3 however diameter is bigger than 1 mm. 4 Splash-proof. Protection against splashed water from all directions. 5 Full protection against contacts. Protection against interior injurious dust deposits. 5 Hose-proof. Protection against water (out of a nozzle) from all directions. 6 Total protection against contacts. Protection against penetration of dust. 6 Protection against temporary fl ooding. 7 Protection against temporary immersions. 8 Protection against water pressure. Pressure to be specifi ed by supplier. 9K High pressure hose-proof. Protection against high pressure water (out of a nozzle) from all directions. IP 6 8 First digit (foreign bodies protection) Second digit (water protection) Code letters (international Protection) UTS offers high sealing performance IP68 / 69K… Even in dynamic situations. In addition to the IEC 60529 we conjointly use the DIN 40050 part 9 which are dedicated to road vehicles. The main differences are: • First digit: 5 replaced by 5K, 6 by 6K. In the DIN the tested equipment is not depressurized as it is in the IEC. • Second digit: 5K and 6K has been added and are equivalent respectively to 5 and 6 but with higher pressure. 9K which represents the High pressure cleaning. IEC 61984 ed.2.0 “Copyright © 2008 IEC Geneva, Switzerland.www.iec.ch" IEC 60664-1 ed.2.0 “Copyright © 2007 IEC Geneva, Switzerland.www.iec.ch” UTS Series Technical information IEC 61984 © 2011 – SOURIAU 169 Overvoltage UTS connectors are qualifi ed to be used on systems rated at Overvoltage category III Per the IEC 60664-1 (formely VDE 0110) each category is linked to the end application and where the device will be implemented: • Category IV (primary overcurrent protection equipment): Origin of the installation • Category III (Any fi xed installation with a permanent connection) Fixed installation and equipment and for cases where the reliability and the availability is subject to special requirements • Category II (Domestic applicances): Energy consuming equipment to be supplied from the fi xed installation • Category I (Protected electronic circuit): For connection to circuit in which measures are taken to limit transient overvoltage. Pollution degree Per the IEC 60664-1 (formerly VDE 0110) the environment affects the performance of the insulation. Particles can build a bridge between two metal parts. As a rule dust mixed with water can be conductive and more generally speaking metal dust is conductive. Finally, the standard defi nes 4 levels of pollution: • Degree 1 (Air conditioned dry room): No pollution or only dry, non conductive pollution occurs. The pollution has no infl uence. • Degree 2 (Personal computer in a residential area): Only non conductive pollution occurs except that occasionally a temporary conductivity caused by condensation is to be expected. • Degree 3 (Machine tools): Conductive pollution occurs or dry non-conductive pollution occurs which becomes conductive due to condensation which is to be expected. • Degree 4 (Equipments on roof, locomotives): Continuous conductivity occurs due to conductive dust, rain or other wet conditions. Finally, the harsher the environment is, the longer clearance and creepage distances should be. Nonetheless, according the IEC 61984, enclosure rated at IP54 or higher can be dimensioned for a lower pollution degree. This applies to mated connectors disengaged for test and maintenance. Marking The marking should give enough details to the user to know what the main characteristics are and without going deep in technical documentation. Below examples identify the suitability of the connector: • Example 1: Marking of a connector with rated current 16A, rated voltage 400V, rated impulse voltage 6kV and pollution degree 3, 2 and 1 for use in any system, preferably unearthed or delta-earthed systems: 16A 400V 6kV 3 • Example 2: Marking of a connector with rated current 16A, rated insulation voltages line-to-earth 250V, line-to-line 400V, rated impulse voltage 4kV and pollution degree 3, 2 and 1 for use in earthed systems: 1166AA 225500VV 440000VV 44kkVV 33 16A 400V 6kV 3 UTS Series Technical information IEC 61984 Technical information 170 © 2011 – SOURIAU Enclosure rating IP20 IP22 IP55 IP64 IP65 IP66 IP67 Type 1 • Type 3 • Type 3R • Type 3S • Type 4 • Type 4X • Type 6 • Type 12 • Type 13 • • indicates compliance 6 IP67 Enclosures constructed for either indoor or outdoor use to provide a degree of protection to personnel against incidental contact with the enclosed equipment, falling dirt, hosedirected water, the entry of water during occasional temporary submersion at a limited depth and damage from external ice formation. 6P IP67 Enclosures constructed for either indoor or outdoor use to provide a degree of protection to personnel against incidental contact with the enclosed equipment, falling dirt, hose-directed water, the entry of water during prolonged submersion at a limited depth and damage from external ice formation. Type 6 rating can be either Type 6 or Type 6P - please see below: • NEMA ratings vs IP ratings Whereas IP ratings only consider protection against ingress of foreign bodies - first digit - and ingress of water (second digit), NEMA ratings consider these but also verify protection from external ice, corrosive materials, oil immersion, etc. The correlation between NEMA & IP being limited only to dust and water, we can state that a NEMA type is equivalent to an IP rating but it is not possible to say the contrary. Below a list of some NEMA standards: UTS Series Technical information What is NEMA rating ? © 2011 – SOURIAU 171 Ethernet Basics Ethernet is a widely used communications protocol that is used to transmit data packets (datagrams) between network devices. Imagine a highway in a large metropolitan area six lanes wide at rush hour. The vehicles on the highway need rules to follow so that they get to their destination without crashing into each other. In an Ethernet network link, there could be 100 million bits of information transmitted in one second. In the Ethernet standard, there exist rules to govern packet structure, transmission requirements, error correction, communication with end equipment, etc. Examining the differences between 100Mhz, 100 Base TX, Cat5e; what does it all mean? When discussing connectors and Ethernet, there are a few key details to be aware of: • 100Mhz is a measurement of Frequency for the signal - Comparable to the Speed Limit of a highway • 100BaseTX (or Fast Ethernet) is an Ethernet link standard and identifi es available link bandwidth The bandwidth is measured in units of MBits/S (megabits per second) - Comparable to the number of cars that pass a point in one second • Cat5e is an EIA/TIA standard for performance and physical characteristics for cables and connectors - Comparable to performance specifi cations of the car and highway In connectors and cables, Fast Ethernet uses 2 pairs, one for transmit, one for receive. This, way data traffi c can fl ow in both directions simultaneously. In order to explain basic Ethernet theory, we can use a functional comparison to a busy city with highways, buildings, and cars. To illustrate this, the table below provides correlation between the different components/pieces/links that encompass Ethernet network connectivity, and the larger scale infrastructure of a metropolitan city. • City: The network itself • Buildings: End equipment, PC, server, etc. • Roads: Ethernet cabling • Cars: Data packets, datagrams, bits, bytes, etc. • Tolls: Firewalls • Bridges: Connectors • Traffi c laws: Protocol/communication specifi cations UTS Series Technical information Ethernet for the layman Technical information 172 © 2011 – SOURIAU Souriau offering: UTS Hi seal size 8, 4 contacts 1 (Pair 1) ‹ A 2 (Pair 1) ‹ C 3 (Pair 2) ‹ B 4 (Pair 2) ‹ D UTS size 10, 6 contacts 1 (Pair 1) ‹ A 2 (Pair 1) ‹ B 3 (Pair 2) ‹ E 4 (Pair 2) ‹ D UTS size 12, 10 contacts 1 (Pair 1) ‹ C 2 (Pair 1) ‹ B 3 (Pair 2) ‹ G 4 (Pair 2) ‹ H Standard solutions. 8E4/8D4 4 Ø 1 (#20) 106/10E6/10D6 6 Ø 1 (#20) 1210/12E10/12D10 10 Ø 1 (#20) What about using coax contacts ? Ethernet twisted pairs carry a symmetrical (balanced) signal. Once terminated into a coax contact, the inner core will be protected by a shield - but not the outer contact. Because of EMI issues, the signal will no longer be balanced. Conclusion - it does not work and is not recommended. Conclusion To carry 100Mb/s data signal, 100BaseTX or Fast Ethernet recommends the use of Cat5e connectors as well as Cat5e cable with the support of a 100MHz signal. Nevertheless, a 100Mb/s signal can be transmitted in certain conditions (short distance, only one connector, lower frequency but a different code) thru many other connection materials - not necessarily Cat5e rated. What about using Quadrax contacts ? The Quadrax contact is used in railway applications because of the use of quad cable. In this specifi c market, the standard Ethernet twisted pairs wires cannot be offered, they are too thin and often solid (not stranded). In the rest of industry, UTP (Unshielded Twisted Pairs) cables are widely used. The Quadrax contact is not designed to terminate them. And thus, are not advised for industrial applications. Shielding continuity done in cavity C&F. Note: Shielding can be replaced by DC power. UTS Series Technical information Ethernet for the layman © 2011 – SOURIAU 173 UTS Series Technical information Technical information UTS Series © 2011 – SOURIAU 175 Appendices UTS Series #16 coaxial contacts - cabling notices ................................................................................... 176 Glossary of terms ........................................................................................................................... 183 Discrimination/Keying methods ................................................................................................ 184 Part number Index ......................................................................................................................... 185 176 © 2011 – SOURIAU UTS Series Appendices #16 coaxial contacts Cable type Impedance Contact type Ø over jacket Ø over dielectric Inner cond size Ø outer braid Male contact kit for coaxial cable Female contact kit for coaxial cable inch mm inch mm Ext. Ø mm inch mm RG161/U 75 Multi piece 0.09 2.29 0.057 1.45 RMDXK10D28 RCDXK1D28 RG179A/U 75 0.105 2.67 0.063 1.6 0.3 0.084 2.13 max RG179B/U 75 0.105 2.67 0.063 1.6 0.3 0.084 2.13 max RG187/U 75 0.11 2.79 max 0.06 1.52 0.3 RG188/U 50 0.11 2.79 max 0.06 1.52 0.51 0.078 1.98 max RG174/U 50 0.11 2.92 0.06 1.52 0.48 0.088 2.24 max AMPHENOL 21-598 50 0.105 2.67 0.06 1.52 0.48 RG196/U 50 0.08 2.03 max 0.034 0.086 0.3 RG178A/U 50 0.075 1.91 0.034 0.86 0.3 0.054 1.37 max RG/188A/U 50 Mono crimp 0.110 2.79 0.06 1.52 0.51 0.078 1.98 max RMDX6036D28 RCDX6036D28 KX21TVT (europe) RG178 B/U 50 0.075 1.91 0.034 0.86 0.3 0.054 1.37 max RMDX6034D28 RCDX6034D28 RG178 / BU 50 0.075 1.91 0.034 0.86 0.3 0.054 1.37 max RMDX6050D28 RCDX6016D28 RG174/U 50 0.115 2.92 0.06 1.52 0.48 0.088 2.24 max RMDX6032D28 RCDX6032D28 RG188A/U 50 0.11 2.79 0.06 1.52 0.51 0.078 1.98 max RMDX6036D28 RCDX6036D28 RG316/U 50 0.107 2.72 0.6 1.52 0.51 0.078 2.05 max RMDX6036D28 RCDX6036D28 raychem 5024A3111 50 0.12 3.05 0.083 2.11 0.64 0.097 2.46 RMDX6052D28 RCDX6052D28 raychem 5026e1614 50 0.083 2.11 0.05 1.27 0.48 0.067 1.7 RMDX6036D28 RCDX6036D28 surprenant pn 8134 - Multi piece 0.1 2.54 0.058 1.47 0.3 RMDXK10D28 RCDXK1D28 PRD PN 247ASC1123- 001 - Mono crimp 0.103 2.62 0.06 1.52 0.51 0.078 1.98 RMDX6018D28 RCDX6018D28 PRD PN 247AS-C1251 - 0.092 2.34 0.05 1.27 0.64 0.067 1.7 RMDX6018D28 RCDX6018D28 JUDD C15013010902 - 0.087 2.13 0.05 1.27 0.48 0.066 1.67 RMDX6036D28 RCDX6036D28 CDC PIN22939200 - 0.09 2.29 0.048 1.22 0.3 0.064 1.63 RMDX6046D28 RCDX6016D28 CDC PIN22939200 - 0.09 2.29 0.048 1.22 0.3 0.064 1.63 RMDX6050D28 RCDX6016D28 CDC PIN245670000 - 0.104 2.64 0.067 1.7 0.3 0.083 2.11 RMDX6050D28 RCDX6016D28 ampex - 0.114 2.9 0.075 1.91 0.38 0.09 1.29 RMDX6032D28 RCDX6032D28 TI PN 920580 - 0.7 1.78 0.038 0.96 0.48 0.054 1.37 RMDX6024D28 RCDX6024D28 Honeywell PN 58000062 - 0.12 3.05 0.077 1.96 0.41 solid 0.096 2.44 RMDX6026D28 RCDX6026D28 - - 0.104 2.64 0.067 1.7 0.3 2.11 RMDX6050D28 - - - 0.09 2.29 0.048 1.22 0.3 1.63 RMDX6050D28 - - - 0.114 2.9 0.075 1.91 0.38 1.29 RMDX6032D28 RCDX6032D28 - - 0.07 1.78 0.038 0.96 0.48 1.37 RMDX6024D28 RCDX6024D28 - - 0.12 3.05 0.077 1.96 0.41 2.44 RMDX6026D28 RCDX6026D28 Coaxial cable - Contact monocrimp and multipiece © 2011 – SOURIAU 177 UTS Series Appendices Cable type Contact type Inner AWG cond Ø over jacket (single wire) Inner cond size Ø outer braid Male contact kit for coaxial cable Female contact kit for coaxial cable inch mm Stranded defi nition Ext. Ø mm inch mm 2#24 stranded mil w 16878 type B Multi piece 24 0.049 1.24 max 7/.008 - - RMDXK10D28 RCDXK1D28 2 #24 solid mil-w-76 type LW 24 0.047 1.12 max 1/.0201 - - RMDXK10D28 RCDXK1D28 2 #26 stranded mil w 76 type LW or mil w16878 type b&e 26 0.043 1.09 max 7/.0063 0.16 - - RMDXK10D28 RCDXK1D28 2 #28 solid mil-w-81822/3 28 0.028 0.71 max - - RMDXK10D28 RCDXK1D28 TWISTED PAIR 1/.201 SOLID MIL w 76 TYPE lw or MIL W 16878 26 0.044 1.12 max 1/.0201 0.511 - - RMDXK10D28 RCDXK1D28 twisted pair solid mil w 81822/3 28 0.028 0.71 max 1/.0126 0.32 - - RMDXK10D28 RCDXK1D28 #28 7/.0036 per Hitachi spec ec-711 (13-2820) Mono crimp - 0.046 1.17 7/.0036 - - - RMDX6031D28 + YORX090 RCDX6031D28 + YORX090 20218201 - 0.028 0.71 - - - - RMDX6031D28 + YORX090 RCDX6031D28 + YORX090 #30 solid - 0.025 0.64 - - - - RMDX6015D28 + YORX090 RCDX6015D28 + YORX090 #26 7/.0063 26 0.028 0.71 7/.063 0.16 - - RMDX6031D28 + YORX090 RCDX6031D28 + YORX090 #26 19/.004 26 0.049 1.24 19/.004 - - - RMDX6019D28 + YORX090 RCDX6019D28 + YORX090 #24 7/.008 24 0.049 1.24 7/.008 - - - RMDX6019D28 + YORX090 RCDX6019D28 + YORX090 #24 19/.005 24 0.057 1.45 19/.005 - - - RMDX6019D28 + YORX090 RCDX6019D28 + YORX090 - 26 - 1.25 - - - 19x0.1 RMDX6019D28 + YORX090 RCDX6019D28 + YORX090 - 24 - 1.25 - - - 7x0.2 RMDX6019D28 + YORX090 RCDX6019D28 + YORX090 - 24 - 1.45 - - - 19x0.13 RMDX6019D28 + YORX090 RCDX6019D28 + YORX090 - 26 - 0.7 - - - 7x0.16 RMDX6031D28 + YORX090 RCDX6031D28 + YORX090 Twisted cable - Contact monocrimp and multipiece Appendices 178 © 2011 – SOURIAU Twisted pair cable multipiece contact cabling UTS Series Appendices #16 coaxial contacts Cable reference Contact type Male contact Female contact Crimp tool Die set Stop bushing Cable strip length Inner conductor crimp Braid crimp A B C g dim t dim g dim t dim 2#24 stranded mil w 16878 type B Multi piece RMDXK10D28 RCDXK1D28 M10S1J - - See assembly notice 2 #24 solid mil-w-76 type LW 2 #26 stranded mil w 76 type LW or mil w16878 type B & E 2 #28 solid mil-w-81822/3 twisted pair 1/.201 solid mil w 76 type LW or mil w 16878 twisted pair solid mil w 81822/3 Male contact Outer male contact RMDX60-2 Inner socket RFD26L-1 Outer hyring YOC074 Inner supporting sleeve RMDXB-055-3 Twisted pair adapter YORK-090 Conductor "Y" Conductor "Z" Strip lengths of cable 7.95±0.41 15.54±0.41 7.95±0.41 Inner supporting Outer hyring sleeve Twisted pair adapter Locking louver typical Grounding louver typical Step 1: Step 2: Step 3: 7.54 0.25±0.05 5.94±0.41 7.54±0.41 15.54±0.41 7.95±0.41 When using solid wire fl atten conductor "X" and "Z" using N24FL-1 die as shown Female contact Step 1: Step 2: Step 3: Outer hyring Supporting sleeve Twisted pair adapter Conductor "W" Conductor "X" Strip lengths of cable 6.35±0.41 13.49±0.41 7.95±0.41 Outer female contact RCDX60-2 Inner pin RMD26L-1 Outer hyring YOC074 Inner supporting sleeve RCDXB-055-1 Twisted pair adapter YORK-090 Note : all dimensions are in mm © 2011 – SOURIAU 179 Twisted pair cable monocrimp contact cabling UTS Series Appendices Cable reference Contact type Male contact Female contact Crimp tool Die set Stop bushing Cable strip length Inner conductor crimp Braid crimp A B C g dim t dim g dim t dim #28 7/.0036 per Hitachi spec ec-711 (13-2820) Mono crimp RMDX6031D28 + YORX090 RCDX6031D28 + YORX090 M10S1J S80 SL105 4.7 6.1 4.32 1.30 to 1.12 1.4 to 1.22 2.97 to 2.84 3.07 to 2.9 20218204 S80 SL105 3.94 6.1 3.16 1.30 to 1.17 1.4 to 1.22 2.97 to 2.84 3.07 to 2.79 #30 solid S83 SL105 4.7 6.1 4.06 1.22 to 1.12 1.35 to 1.22 2.97 to 2.84 3.12 to 2.95 #26 7/.0063 S80 SL105 4.7 6.1 4.06 1.30 to 1.17 1.4 to 1.22 2.97 to 2.84 3.07 to 2.9 #26 19/.004 M10SG8 ASSY'Y TOOL DIE SET STOP BUSHING M10S1J TOOL 4.7 6.1 4.06 1.22 to 1.17 1.35 to 1.22 2.84 to 2.79 3.12 to 2.97 #24 7/.008 4.7 6.1 4.06 1.22 to 1.17 1.35 to 1.22 2.84 to 2.79 3.12 to 2.97 #24 19/.005 4.7 6.1 4.06 1.22 to 1.17 1.35 to 1.22 2.84 to 2.79 3.12 to 2.97 AWG26 (19x0.1) M10SG8 crimping kit 4.7 6 4 AWG24 (7x0.2) AWG24 (19x0.13) AWG26 (7x0.16) S80 SL150 G G Braid crimp (G) to be measured with die set fully closed Inner conductor crimp (G) to be measured with die set fully closed RCDX60 Female coax contact RMDX60 Male coax contact See cable strip lengths Cable strip length A B C 16 min. • Select appropriate monocrimp coax twisted pair contact and cable combination. • Select appropriate crimp tooling (hand tool, S-die set, stop bushing). • Strip the twisted pair cable to the designated wire strip lengths. • Insert the stripped cable into the contact. One cable is to be inserted into the inside diameter of hyring, and pushed forwaerd into the inner contact. The second cable is to be inserted between the outside diameter of hyring and the inside diameter of the outer contact body. • Crimp the contact. Note : all dimensions are in mm Appendices 180 © 2011 – SOURIAU Multipiece male contact with coax cable UTS Series Appendices Multipiece kit details RMDXK10D28 includes RMDX602D28 Outer contact RFD26L1D28 Inner contact YOC074 Outer hyring RMDXB0553 Inner supporting sleeve Cable stip length A B C Dielectric diameter Contact assembly with dielectric diameter over 1.4mm - without inner supporting sleeve Outer male contact RMDX60-2 Inner socket RFD26L-1 Outer hyring YOC074 Strip lengths of cable 15.88±0.41 4.37±0.41 7.95±0.41 Step 1: - Assemble outer hyring onto cable - Assemble inner socket to inner conductor and crimp Step 2: - Insert the assembly into the outer male contact until the inner socket snaps into place - The cable braid (shield) should now cover the barrel of the outer male contact as shown Step 3: - Slide outer hyring forward against spring and crimp in place as shown Locking louver typical Grounding louver typical Contact assembly with dielectric diameter under 1.4mm - with inner supporting sleeve Outer male contact RMDX60-2 Inner socket RFD26L-1 Outer hyring YOC074 Strip lengths of cable 17.53±0.41 7.54±0.41 Inner supporting 9.12±0.41 sleeve RMDXB-055-3 Step 1: - Assemble outer hyring onto cable - Assemble supporting sleeve over dielectric and under braid - Assemble inner socket to inner conductor, push back against sleeve and crimp Supporting sleeve Outer hyring Step 2: - Insert the assembly into the outer male contact until the inner socket snaps into place - The cable braid (shield) should now cover the barrel of the outer male contact as shown Step 3: - Slide outer hyring forward against spring and crimp in place as shown Locking louver typical Grounding louver typical Note : all dimensions are in mm #16 coaxial contacts Cable reference Contact Hyring complementary compoments Outer contact crimp tool Inner contact crimp tool Crimp tool M10S1J Crimp tool M10S1J Cable strip length Die set Stop bushing Die set Stop bushing A B C RG161U Male: RMDXK10D28 YOC074 S221 SL471 S23D2 SL46D2 4.37 7.95 15.88 RG179 4.37 7.95 15.88 RG187U 4.37 7.95 15.88 RG188/U S26D2 4.37 7.95 15.88 RG174/U 4.37 7.95 15.88 RG178A/U YOC074 + RMDXB0553 S23D2 7.54 9.12 17.53 RG196U 7.54 9.12 17.53 AMPHENOL 21-598 YOC074 - 4.37 7.95 15.88 surprenant pn 8134 - 4.37 7.95 15.88 © 2011 – SOURIAU 181 Multipiece female contact with coax cable UTS Series Appendices Contact assembly with dielectric diameter over 1.4mm - without inner supporting sleeve Outer female contact RCDX60-2 Inner pin RMD26L-1 Outer hyring YOC074 Strip lengths of cable 11.13±0.41 4.37±0.41 Step 1: - Assemble outer hyring onto cable - Assemble inner pin to inner conductor and crimp Step 2: - Insert the assembly into the outer female contact until the inner pin snaps into place - The cable braid (shield) should now cover the barrel of the outer female contact as shown Step 3: - Slide outer hyring forward against spring and crimp in place as shown Contact assembly with dielectric diameter under 1.4mm - with inner supporting sleeve Outer female contact RCDX60-2028 Inner pin RMD26L-1 Outer hyring YOC074 Strip lengths of cable 11.13±0.41 6.35±0.41 Supporting sleeve RCDXB-055-1 Supporting Outer hyring sleeve Step 1: - Assemble outer hyring onto cable - Assemble supporting sleeve over dielectric and under braid - Assemble inner pin to inner conductor, push back against sleeve and crimp Step 2: - Insert the assembly into the outer female contact until the inner pin snaps into place - The cable braid (shield) should now cover the barrel of the outer female contact as shown Step 3: - Slide outer hyring forward against spring and crimp in place as shown RCDXK1D28 includes RCDX602D28 Outer contact RMD26L1D28 Inner contact YOC074 Outer hyring RCDXB0553 Inner supporting sleeve Multipiece kit details Cable stip length A B C Dielectric diameter Cable reference Contact Hyring complementary compoments Outer contact crimp tool Inner contact crimp tool Crimp tool M10S1J Crimp tool M10S1J Cable strip length Die set Stop bushing Die set Stop bushing A B C RG161U Female: RCDXK1D28 YOC074 S221 SL471 S23D2 SL46D2 4.37 - 11.13 RG179 4.37 11.13 RG187U 4.37 11.13 RG188/U S26D2 4.37 11.13 RG174/U 4.37 11.13 RG178A/U YOC074 + RMDXB0553 S23D2 6.35 11.13 RG196U 6.35 11.13 AMPHENOL 21-598 YOC074 - 4.37 11.13 surprenant pn 8134 - 4.37 11.13 Note : all dimensions are in mm Appendices 182 © 2011 – SOURIAU Coax cable with monocrimp contact cabling UTS Series Appendices RCDX60 Female coax contact RMDX60 Male coax contact See cable strip lengths Cable strip length A B C • Select appropriate cable and contact combination. • Select appropriate crimp tooling (hand tool, S-die set, stop bushing). • Strip coax cable to the designated wire strip lengths. • Insert the stripped coax into the rear of the contact. • Crimp the contact. #16 coaxial contacts Cable reference Male contact Female contact Crimp tool Die set Stop bushing Cable strip length Inner conductor crimp Braid crimp A B C g dim t dim g dim t dim CDC PIN22939200 RMDX6046D28 RCDX6016D28 M10S1J S80 SL105 4.19 5.97 8.51 1.30/1.17 1.40/1.22 2.77/2.64 3.02/2.84 CDC PIN22939200 RMDX6046D28 RCDX6016D28 S87 SL105 5.08 6.35 8.89 1.30/1.17 1.40/1.22 2.77/2.64 3.02/2.84 CDC PIN245670000 RMDX6050D28 RCDX6016D28 S80 SL105 5.08 6.35 8.89 1.30/1.17 1.40/1.22 2.97/2.84 3.12/2.95 KX21TVT (europe) RG178 B/U RMDX6034D28 RCDX6034D28 S82 SL105 5.08 6.35 8.89 1.30/1.17 1.32/1.17 2.84/2.74 3.07/2.9 RG178 / BU RMDX6050D28 RCDX6016D28 S87 SL105 5.08 6.35 8.89 1.30/1.17 1.40/1.22 2.77/2.64 3.02/2.84 ampex RMDX6032D28 RCDX6032D28 S80 SL105 5.08 6.35 11.68 1.30/1.17 1.40/1.22 2.97/2.84 3.12/2.95 TI PN 920580 RMDX6024D28 RCDX6024D28 S82 SL105 5.08 6.35 8.89 1.35/1.19 1.42/1.27 2.87/2.74 3.07/2.9 RG174/U RMDX6032D28 RCDX6032D28 S80 SL105 5.08 6.35 11.68 1.30/1.17 1.40/1.22 2.97/2.84 3.12/2.95 Honeywell PN 58000062 RMDX6026D28 RCDX6026D28 S82 SL105 5.08 6.35 8.89 1.35/1.19 1.42/1.27 2.87/2.74 3.07/2.9 RG188A/U RMDX6036D28 RCDX6036D28 S80 SL105 5.08 6.35 11.68 1.30/1.17 1.40/1.22 2.97/2.84 3.12/2.95 RG316/U RMDX6036D28 RCDX6036D28 S80 SL105 5.08 6.35 11.68 1.30/1.17 1.40/1.22 2.97/2.84 3.12/2.95 PRD PN 247AS-C1123-001 RMDX6018D28 RCDX6018D28 M10SG8 ASSY'Y TOOL DIE SET STOP BUSHING M10S1J TOOL 5.08 6.35 8.89 1.22/1.17 1.35/1.22 2.92/2.79 3.12/2.97 PRD PN 247AS-C1251 RMDX6018D28 RCDX6018D28 5.08 6.35 8.89 1.22/1.17 1.35/1.22 2.92/2.79 3.12/2.97 raychem 5024A3111 RMDX6052D28 RCDX6052D28 S88 SL105 5.08 6.35 11.68 1.37/1.27 1.45/1.32 2.92/2.79 raychem 5026e1614 RMDX6036D28 RCDX6036D28 M10SG8 ASSY'Y TOOL DIE SET STOP BUSHING M10S1J TOOL 5.08 6.35 8.89 1.22/1.17 1.35/1.22 2.92/2.79 3.12/2.97 JUDD C15013010902 RMDX6036D28 RCDX6036D28 5.08 6.35 8.89 1.22/1.17 1.35/1.22 2.92/2.79 3.12/2.97 inner cond. #30, braid diam 2.64 RMDX6050D28 - S80 SL105 5.1 6.35 8.9 - - - - inner cond. #30, braid diam 2.29 RMDX6050D28 - S87 SL105 4.2 6.35 8.5 - - - - inner cond. #28, braid diam 2.9 RMDX6032D28 RCDX6032D28 S80 SL105 5.1 6.35 11.7 - - - - inner cond. #26, braid diam 1.78 RMDX6024D28 RCDX6024D28 S82 SL105 5.1 6.35 8.9 - - - - inner cond. #26, braid diam 3.05 RMDX6026D28 RCDX6026D28 S82 SL105 5.1 6.35 8.9 - - - - Note : all dimensions are in mm © 2011 – SOURIAU 183 Glossary of terms UTS Series Appendices • Clearance Per the IEC 60664-1 it is the shortest distance between two conductive parts even over the air. • Creepage distance Per the IEC 60664-1 it represents the shortest distance along the surface of the insulating material between two conductive parts. • Working voltage Per the IEC 60664-1 it is the highest r.m.s. value of A.C. or D.C. voltage across any particular insulation which can occur when the equipment is supplied at rated voltage. • Rated impulse voltage Impulse withstands voltage value assigned by the manufacturer to the equipment or to a part of it characterizing the specifi ed withstand capability of its insulation against transient overvoltage. • Working current It is the maximum continuous and not interrupted current able to be carried by all contacts without exceeding the maximum temperature of the insulating material. • Transient voltage Extract from the IEC 60664-1: Short duration overvoltage of a few millisecond or less, oscillatory or non-oscillatory, usually highly damped. • CTI (Comparative Tracking Index) The CTI value is commonly used to characterize the electrical breakdown properties of an insulating material. It allows users to know the tendency to create creepage paths. This value represents the maximum voltage after 50 drops of ammonium chloride solution without any breakdown. • RTI (Relative temperature Index): Extract from ULs website: “Maximum service temperature for a material, where a class of critical property will not be unacceptably compromised through chemical thermal degradation, over the reasonable life of an electrical product, relative to a reference material having a confi rmed, acceptable corresponding performance defi ned RTI. - RTI Elec: Electrical RTI, associated with critical electrical insulating properties. - RTI Mech Imp: Mechanical Impact RTI, associated with critical impact resistance, resilience and fl exibility properties. - RTI Mech Str: Mechanical Strength (Mechanical without Impact) RTI, associated with critical mechanical strength where impact resistance, resilience and fl exibility are not essential” Air gap Creepage distance Appendices 184 © 2011 – SOURIAU Discrimination/Keying methods UTS Series Appendices N (Normal) Note: Insert rotated in body (viewed from front face of male insert) In applications where similar connectors are used next to each other, mismatching can be a reason for disturbances, system failure or even danger to operating personnel. To eliminate mismatching, all TRIM TRIO® connectors can be equipped with discrimination keys, which offer unlimited possibilities for an error avoiding interconnection system. The other way around is to rotate the insert into the shell. Connectors with rotated inserts can be ordered by adding the suffix W, X, Y or Z to the standard part number. e.g. UTS6JC104S (N key)  UTS6JC104SW (W key) Other keys Shell size Layout Discrimination keys degrees W X Y Z 8 8E2 58° 122° 8E3 8E3A 60° 210° 8E4 45° 8E33 90° 10 102W2 103 104 106 10E6 10E7 90° 10E98 90° 180° 240° 270° 12 12E2 12E3 180° 124 128 12E8 90° 112° 203° 292° 1210 12E10 60° 155° 270° 295° 12E14 45° 14 14E5 40° 92° 184° 273° 142G1 147 1412 60° 14E12 43° 90° 14E15 17° 110° 155° 234° 14E18 15° 90° 180° 270° 1419 30° 165° 315° 14E19 30° 165° 315° 18 18E11 62° 119° 241° 340° 1823 158° 270° 18E30 180° 193° 285° 350° 1832 18E32 85° 138° 222° 265° © 2011 – SOURIAU 185 UTS Series Appendices Part number Index Mechanics UTS0104P................... P. 68 UTS0104S................... P. 68 UTS010D6P.................. P. 68 UTS010D6S.................. P. 68 UTS010D7P.................. P. 68 UTS010D7S.................. P. 68 UTS010D98P................. P. 84 UTS010D98S................. P. 84 UTS010E6P.................. P. 80 UTS010E6S.................. P. 80 UTS010E7P.................. P. 92 UTS010E7S.................. P. 92 UTS010E98P................. P. 84 UTS010E98S................. P. 84 UTS0124P................... P. 52 UTS0128P................... P. 96 UTS0128S................... P. 96 UTS012D10P................. P. 104 UTS012D10S................. P. 104 UTS012D14P................. P. 116 UTS012D14S................. P. 116 UTS012D2P.................. P. 24 UTS012D2S.................. P. 24 UTS012D3P.................. P. 48 UTS012D3S.................. P. 48 UTS012D4P.................. P. 68 UTS012D4S.................. P. 68 UTS012D8P.................. P. 100 UTS012D8S.................. P. 100 UTS012E10P................. P. 104 UTS012E10S................. P. 104 UTS012E14P................. P. 116 UTS012E14S................. P. 116 UTS012E2P.................. P. 24 UTS012E2S.................. P. 24 UTS012E3P.................. P. 48 UTS012E3S.................. P. 48 UTS012E4P.................. P. 52 UTS012E4S.................. P. 52 UTS012E8P.................. P. 100 UTS012E8S.................. P. 100 UTS01412P.................. P. 108 UTS01412S.................. P. 108 UTS0147P................... P. 88 UTS014D12P................. P. 112 UTS014D12S................. P. 112 UTS014D15P................. P. 120 UTS014D15S................. P. 120 UTS014D18P................. P. 124 UTS014D18S................. P. 124 UTS014D5P.................. P. 120 UTS014D5S.................. P. 120 UTS014E12P................. P. 112 UTS014E12S................. P. 112 UTS014E15P................. P. 120 UTS014E15S................. P. 120 UTS014E18P................. P. 124 UTS014E18S................. P. 124 UTS014E19P................. P. 128 UTS014E19S................. P. 128 UTS014E5P.................. P. 120 UTS014E5S.................. P. 120 UTS014E7P.................. P. 88 UTS014E7S.................. P. 88 UTS01823P.................. P. 132 UTS01823S.................. P. 132 UTS08D2P................... P. 20 UTS08D2P................... P. 20 UTS08D2S................... P. 20 UTS08D2S................... P. 20 UTS08D33P.................. P. 44 UTS08D33P.................. P. 44 UTS08D33S.................. P. 44 UTS08D33S.................. P. 44 UTS08D3AP.................. P. 36 UTS08D3AS.................. P. 36 UTS08D3P................... P. 36 UTS08D3P................... P. 36 UTS08D3S................... P. 36 UTS08D3S................... P. 36 UTS08D4P................... P. 60 UTS08D4P................... P. 60 UTS08D4S................... P. 60 UTS08D4S................... P. 60 UTS08D98P.................. P. 40 UTS08D98S.................. P. 40 UTS08E2P................... P. 20 UTS08E2S................... P. 20 UTS08E33P.................. P. 44 UTS08E33S.................. P. 44 UTS08E3AP.................. P. 40 UTS08E3AS.................. P. 40 UTS08E3P................... P. 36 UTS08E3S................... P. 36 UTS08E4P................... P. 60 UTS08E4S................... P. 60 UTS08E98P.................. P. 40 UTS08E98S.................. P. 40 UTS1GJC104P................ P. 68 UTS1GJC128P................ P. 96 UTS1GJC1412P............... P. 108 UTS1GJC147P................ P. 88 UTS1GN104P................. P. 68 UTS1GN128P................. P. 96 UTS1GN1412P................ P. 108 UTS1GN147P................. P. 88 UTS1JC102W2P............... P. 64 UTS1JC102W2S............... P. 64 UTS1JC103P................. P. 40 UTS1JC103S................. P. 40 UTS1JC103W3P............... P. 40 UTS1JC103W3S............... P. 40 UTS1JC104P................. P. 68 UTS1JC104S................. P. 68 UTS1JC106P................. P. 80 UTS1JC106S................. P. 80 UTS1JC1210P................ P. 104 UTS1JC1210S................ P. 104 UTS1JC124P................. P. 52 UTS1JC124PSCR.............. P. 52 UTS1JC124S................. P. 52 UTS1JC128P................. P. 96 UTS1JC128S................. P. 96 UTS1JC1412P................ P. 108 UTS1JC1412S................ P. 108 UTS1JC1419P................ P. 128 UTS1JC1419S................ P. 128 UTS1JC142G1P............... P. 32 UTS1JC142G1S............... P. 32 UTS1JC147P................. P. 88 UTS1JC147PSCR.............. P. 88 UTS1JC147S................. P. 88 UTS1JC1823P................ P. 132 UTS1JC1823S................ P. 132 UTS1JC1832P................ P. 136 UTS1JC1832S................ P. 136 UTS6102W2P................. P. 64 UTS6102W2S................. P. 64 UTS6103P................... P. 40 UTS6103S................... P. 40 UTS6103W3P................. P. 40 UTS6103W3S................. P. 40 UTS6104P................... P. 68 UTS6104S................... P. 68 UTS6106P................... P. 80 UTS6106S................... P. 80 UTS610E6P.................. P. 80 UTS610E6S.................. P. 80 UTS610E7P.................. P. 92 UTS610E7S.................. P. 92 UTS610E98P................. P. 84 UTS610E98S................. P. 84 Appendices 186 © 2011 – SOURIAU UTS Series Appendices UTS61210P.................. P. 104 UTS61210S.................. P. 104 UTS6124P................... P. 52 UTS6124S................... P. 52 UTS6128P................... P. 96 UTS6128S................... P. 96 UTS612E10P................. P. 104 UTS612E10S................. P. 104 UTS612E14P................. P. 116 UTS612E14S................. P. 116 UTS612E2P.................. P. 24 UTS612E2S.................. P. 24 UTS612E3P.................. P. 48 UTS612E3S.................. P. 48 UTS612E4P.................. P. 52 UTS612E4S.................. P. 52 UTS612E8P.................. P. 100 UTS612E8S.................. P. 100 UTS61412P.................. P. 108 UTS61412S.................. P. 108 UTS61419P.................. P. 128 UTS61419S.................. P. 128 UTS6142G1P................. P. 32 UTS6142G1S................. P. 32 UTS6147P................... P. 88 UTS6147S................... P. 88 UTS614E12P................. P. 112 UTS614E12S................. P. 112 UTS614E15P................. P. 120 UTS614E15S................. P. 120 UTS614E18P................. P. 124 UTS614E18S................. P. 124 UTS614E19P................. P. 128 UTS614E19S................. P. 128 UTS614E5P.................. P. 72 UTS614E5S.................. P. 72 UTS61823P.................. P. 132 UTS61823S.................. P. 132 UTS61832P.................. P. 136 UTS61832S.................. P. 136 UTS6183G1P................. P. 56 UTS68E2P................... P. 20 UTS68E2S................... P. 20 UTS68E33P.................. P. 44 UTS68E33S.................. P. 44 UTS68E3AP.................. P. 40 UTS68E3AS.................. P. 40 UTS68E3P................... P. 36 UTS68E3S................... P. 36 UTS68E4P................... P. 60 UTS68E4S................... P. 60 UTS68E98P.................. P. 40 UTS68E98S.................. P. 40 UTS6GJC104S................ P. 68 UTS6GJC128S................ P. 96 UTS6GJC1412S............... P. 108 UTS6GJC147S................ P. 88 UTS6GN104S................. P. 68 UTS6GN128S................. P. 96 UTS6GN1412S................ P. 108 UTS6GN147S................. P. 88 UTS6JC102W2P............... P. 64 UTS6JC102W2S............... P. 64 UTS6JC103P................. P. 40 UTS6JC103S................. P. 40 UTS6JC103W3P............... P. 40 UTS6JC103W3S............... P. 40 UTS6JC104P................. P. 68 UTS6JC104S................. P. 68 UTS6JC106P................. P. 80 UTS6JC106S................. P. 80 UTS6JC10E6P................ P. 80 UTS6JC10E6S................ P. 80 UTS6JC10E7P................ P. 92 UTS6JC10E7S................ P. 92 UTS6JC10E98P............... P. 84 UTS6JC10E98S............... P. 84 UTS6JC1210P................ P. 104 UTS6JC1210S................ P. 104 UTS6JC124P................. P. 52 UTS6JC124PSCR.............. P. 52 UTS6JC124S................. P. 52 UTS6JC124SSCR.............. P. 52 UTS6JC128P................. P. 96 UTS6JC128S................. P. 96 UTS6JC12E10P............... P. 104 UTS6JC12E10S............... P. 104 UTS6JC12E14P............... P. 116 UTS6JC12E14S............... P. 116 UTS6JC12E2P................ P. 24 UTS6JC12E2S................ P. 24 UTS6JC12E3P................ P. 48 UTS6JC12E3S................ P. 48 UTS6JC12E4P................ P. 52 UTS6JC12E4S................ P. 52 UTS6JC12E8P................ P. 100 UTS6JC12E8S................ P. 100 UTS6JC1412P................ P. 108 UTS6JC1412S................ P. 108 UTS6JC1419P................ P. 128 UTS6JC1419S................ P. 128 UTS6JC142G1P............... P. 32 UTS6JC142G1S............... P. 32 UTS6JC147P................. P. 88 UTS6JC147PSCR.............. P. 88 UTS6JC147S................. P. 88 UTS6JC147SSCR.............. P. 88 UTS6JC14E12P............... P. 112 UTS6JC14E12S............... P. 112 UTS6JC14E15P............... P. 120 UTS6JC14E15S............... P. 120 UTS6JC14E18P............... P. 124 UTS6JC14E18S............... P. 124 UTS6JC14E19P............... P. 128 UTS6JC14E19S............... P. 128 UTS6JC14E5P................ P. 72 UTS6JC14E5S................ P. 72 UTS6JC14E7P................ P. 88 UTS6JC14E7S................ P. 88 UTS6JC1823P................ P. 132 UTS6JC1823S................ P. 132 UTS6JC1832P................ P. 136 UTS6JC1832S................ P. 136 UTS6JC183G1P............... P. 56 UTS6JC8E2P................. P. 20 UTS6JC8E2S................. P. 20 UTS6JC8E33P................ P. 44 UTS6JC8E33S................ P. 44 UTS6JC8E3AP................ P. 40 UTS6JC8E3AS................ P. 40 UTS6JC8E3P................. P. 36 UTS6JC8E3S................. P. 36 UTS6JC8E4P................. P. 60 UTS6JC8E4S................. P. 60 UTS6JC8E98P................ P. 40 UTS6JC8E98S................ P. 40 UTS7102W2P................. P. 64 UTS7102W2S................. P. 64 UTS7103P................... P. 40 UTS7103S................... P. 40 UTS7103W3P................. P. 40 UTS7103W3S................. P. 40 UTS7104P................... P. 68 UTS7104S................... P. 68 UTS7106P................... P. 80 UTS7106S................... P. 80 UTS710D6P.................. P. 80 UTS710D6P32................ P. 80 UTS710D6S.................. P. 80 UTS710D6S32................ P. 80 UTS710D7P.................. P. 92 UTS710D7P32................ P. 92 UTS710D7S.................. P. 92 © 2011 – SOURIAU 187 UTS Series Appendices UTS710D7S32................ P. 92 UTS710D98P................. P. 84 UTS710D98P32............... P. 84 UTS710D98S................. P. 84 UTS710D98S32............... P. 84 UTS710E6P.................. P. 80 UTS710E6S.................. P. 80 UTS710E7P.................. P. 92 UTS710E7S.................. P. 92 UTS710E98P................. P. 84 UTS710E98S................. P. 84 UTS71210P.................. P. 104 UTS71210S.................. P. 104 UTS7124P................... P. 52 UTS7124PSCR................ P. 52 UTS7124S................... P. 52 UTS7124SSCR................ P. 52 UTS7128P................... P. 96 UTS7128PSEK9............... P. 96 UTS7128S................... P. 96 UTS712CCRG................. P. 26 UTS712CCRR................. P. 26 UTS712CCRY................. P. 26 UTS712D10P................. P. 104 UTS712D10P32............... P. 104 UTS712D10S................. P. 104 UTS712D10S32............... P. 104 UTS712D14P................. P. 116 UTS712D14P32............... P. 116 UTS712D14S................. P. 116 UTS712D14S32............... P. 116 UTS712D2P.................. P. 24 UTS712D2P32................ P. 24 UTS712D2S.................. P. 24 UTS712D2S32................ P. 24 UTS712D3P.................. P. 48 UTS712D3P32................ P. 48 UTS712D3S.................. P. 48 UTS712D3S32................ P. 48 UTS712D4P.................. P. 52 UTS712D4P32................ P. 52 UTS712D4S.................. P. 52 UTS712D4S32................ P. 52 UTS712D8P.................. P. 100 UTS712D8P32................ P. 100 UTS712D8S.................. P. 100 UTS712D8S32................ P. 100 UTS712E10P................. P. 104 UTS712E10S................. P. 104 UTS712E14P................. P. 116 UTS712E14S................. P. 116 UTS712E2P.................. P. 24 UTS712E2S.................. P. 24 UTS712E3P.................. P. 48 UTS712E3S.................. P. 48 UTS712E4P.................. P. 52 UTS712E4S.................. P. 52 UTS712E8P.................. P. 100 UTS712E8S.................. P. 100 UTS71412P.................. P. 108 UTS71412S.................. P. 108 UTS71419P.................. P. 128 UTS71419S.................. P. 128 UTS7142G1P................. P. 32 UTS7142G1S................. P. 32 UTS7142G1SNPT.............. P. 32 UTS7147P................... P. 88 UTS7147PSCR................ P. 88 UTS7147PSEK9............... P. 88 UTS7147S................... P. 88 UTS7147SSCR................ P. 88 UTS714D12P................. P. 112 UTS714D12P32............... P. 112 UTS714D12S................. P. 112 UTS714D12S32............... P. 112 UTS714D15P................. P. 120 UTS714D15P32............... P. 120 UTS714D15S................. P. 120 UTS714D15S32............... P. 120 UTS714D18P................. P. 124 UTS714D18P32............... P. 124 UTS714D18S................. P. 124 UTS714D18S32............... P. 124 UTS714D19P................. P. 128 UTS714D19P32............... P. 128 UTS714D19S................. P. 128 UTS714D19S32............... P. 128 UTS714D5P.................. P. 120 UTS714D5P32................ P. 120 UTS714D5S.................. P. 120 UTS714D5S32................ P. 120 UTS714E12P................. P. 112 UTS714E12S................. P. 112 UTS714E15P................. P. 120 UTS714E15S................. P. 120 UTS714E18P................. P. 124 UTS714E18S................. P. 124 UTS714E19P................. P. 128 UTS714E19S................. P. 128 UTS714E5P.................. P. 72 UTS714E5S.................. P. 72 UTS714E7P.................. P. 88 UTS714E7S.................. P. 88 UTS71823P.................. P. 132 UTS71823S.................. P. 132 UTS71832P.................. P. 136 UTS71832S.................. P. 136 UTS7183G1SNPT.............. P. 56 UTS78D2P................... P. 20 UTS78D2P32................. P. 20 UTS78D2S................... P. 20 UTS78D2S32................. P. 20 UTS78D33P.................. P. 44 UTS78D33P32................ P. 44 UTS78D33S.................. P. 44 UTS78D33S32................ P. 44 UTS78D3AP.................. P. 40 UTS78D3AP32................ P. 40 UTS78D3AS.................. P. 40 UTS78D3AS32................ P. 40 UTS78D3P................... P. 36 UTS78D3P32................. P. 36 UTS78D3S................... P. 36 UTS78D3S32................. P. 36 UTS78D4P................... P. 60 UTS78D4P32................. P. 60 UTS78D4S................... P. 60 UTS78D4S32................. P. 60 UTS78D98P.................. P. 40 UTS78D98P32................ P. 40 UTS78D98S.................. P. 40 UTS78D98S32................ P. 40 UTS78E2P................... P. 20 UTS78E2S................... P. 20 UTS78E33P.................. P. 44 UTS78E33S.................. P. 44 UTS78E3AP.................. P. 40 UTS78E3AS.................. P. 40 UTS78E3P................... P. 36 UTS78E3S................... P. 36 UTS78E4P................... P. 60 UTS78E4S................... P. 60 UTS78E98P.................. P. 40 UTS78E98S.................. P. 40 UTS7GJC104P................ P. 68 UTS7GJC128P................ P. 96 UTS7GJC1412P............... P. 108 UTS7GJC147P................ P. 88 UTS7GN104P................. P. 68 UTS7GN128P................. P. 96 UTS7GN1412P................ P. 108 UTS7GN147P................. P. 88 Appendices 188 © 2011 – SOURIAU UTS Series Appendices Accessories 85005585A.................. P. 22 85005586A.................. P. 30 85005587A.................. P. 26 85005588A.................. P. 34 85005590A.................. P. 134 85005594................... P. 22 85005595................... P. 30 85005596................... P. 26 85005597................... P. 34 85005599................... P. 134 UT610CCRG.................. P. 30 UT610CCRR.................. P. 30 UT610CCRY.................. P. 30 UT612CCRG.................. P. 26 UT612CCRR.................. P. 26 UT612CCRY.................. P. 26 UT614CCRG.................. P. 34 UT614CCRR.................. P. 34 UT614CCRY.................. P. 34 UTFD11B.................... P. 22 UTFD12B.................... P. 30 UTFD13B.................... P. 26 UTFD14B.................... P. 34 UTFD16B.................... P. 134 UTS10DCG................... P. 30 UTS10DCGE.................. P. 30 UTS10DCGR.................. P. 30 UTS12DCG................... P. 26 UTS12DCGE.................. P. 26 UTS12DCGR.................. P. 26 UTS14DCG................... P. 34 UTS14DCGE.................. P. 34 UTS14DCGR.................. P. 34 UTS18DCG................... P. 134 UTS18DCGE.................. P. 134 UTS18DCGR.................. P. 134 UTS610DCG.................. P. 30 UTS612DCG.................. P. 26 UTS614DCG.................. P. 34 UTS618DCG.................. P. 134 UTS68C..................... P. 22 UTS710CCRG................. P. 30 UTS710CCRR................. P. 30 UTS710CCRY................. P. 30 UTS712CCRG................. P. 26 UTS712CCRR................. P. 26 UTS712CCRY................. P. 26 UTS714CCRG................. P. 34 UTS714CCRR................. P. 34 UTS714CCRY................. P. 34 UTS8DCG.................... P. 22 UTS8DCGE................... P. 22 UTS8DCGR................... P. 22 Contacts 82911456K.................. P. 145 82911457NK................. P. 145 82911458K.................. P. 145 82911459NK................. P. 145 82911460K.................. P. 145 82911461NK................. P. 145 82911462K.................. P. 145 82911463NK................. P. 145 82911464K.................. P. 145 82911465NK................. P. 145 82911466K.................. P. 145 82911467NK................. P. 145 82913600A.................. P. 145 82913601A.................. P. 145 82913602A.................. P. 145 82913603A.................. P. 145 82913604A.................. P. 145 82913605A.................. P. 145 82913606A.................. P. 145 82913607A.................. P. 145 82913608A.................. P. 145 82913609A.................. P. 145 RC14M30GE7K................ P. 146 RC14M30K................... P. 145 RC14M50GE7K................ P. 146 RC14M50K................... P. 145 RC16M23GE7K................ P. 146 RC16M23K................... P. 145 RC18W3K.................... P. 145 RC20M12E83K................ P. 148 RC20M12E84K................ P. 145 RC20M12E8K................. P. 145 RC20M12GE7K................ P. 146 RC20M12K................... P. 145 RC20M13GE7K................ P. 146 RC20M13K................... P. 145 RC20W3K.................... P. 145 RC24M9GE7K................. P. 146 RC24M9K.................... P. 145 RC24W3K.................... P. 145 RC28M1GE7K................. P. 146 RC28M1K.................... P. 145 RCDX6016D28................ P. 182 RCDX6019D28................ P. 182 RCDX6024D28................ P. 182 RCDX6026D28................ P. 182 RCDX602D28................. P. 181 RCDX6032D28................ P. 182 RCDX6036D28................ P. 182 RCDX6052D28................ P. 182 RCDXK1D28.................. P. 181 RCPOF1000B................. P. 150 RCW5016K................... P. 145 RCW50A7K................... P. 148 RM14M30GE1K................ P. 146 RM14M30K................... P. 145 RM14M50GE1K................ P. 146 RM14M50K................... P. 148 RM16M23GE1K................ P. 146 RM16M23K................... P. 145 RM18W3K.................... P. 145 RM20M12E83K................ P. 145 RM20M12E8K................. P. 145 RM20M12GE1k................ P. 146 RM20M12K................... P. 145 RM20M13GE1k................ P. 146 RM20M13K................... P. 145 RM20W3K.................... P. 145 RM24M9GE1k................. P. 146 RM24M9K.................... P. 145 RM24W3K.................... P. 145 RM28M1GE1k................. P. 146 RM28M1K.................... P. 145 RMDX6019D28................ P. 177 RMDX6024D28................ P. 176 RMDX6026D28................ P. 176 RMDX602D28................. P. 182 RMDX6031D28................ P. 179 RMDX6032D28................ P. 182 RMDX6036D28................ P. 182 RMDX6050D28................ P. 182 RMDXK10D28................. P. 178 RMPOF1000.................. P. 150 RMW5016K................... P. 148 RMW50A7K................... P. 148 SC14M1TK6.................. P. 145 SC14ML1TK6................. P. 145 SC16M11TK6................. P. 145 SC16M1TK6.................. P. 145 SC16ML11TK6................ P. 145 SC16ML1TK6................. P. 145 SC20M1TK6.................. P. 145 SC20ML1TK6................. P. 145 SC20W3TK6.................. P. 145 SC20WL3TK6................. P. 145 © 2011 – SOURIAU 189 UTS Series Appendices SC24M1TK6.................. P. 145 SC24ML1TK6................. P. 145 SC24W3TK6.................. P. 145 SC24WL3TK6................. P. 145 SM14M1TK6.................. P. 145 SM14ML1TK6................. P. 145 SM16M11TK6................. P. 145 SM16M1TK6.................. P. 145 SM16ML11TK6................ P. 145 SM16ML1TK6................. P. 145 SM20M1TK6.................. P. 145 SM20ML1TK6................. P. 145 SM20W3TK6.................. P. 145 SM20WL3TK6................. P. 145 SM24M1TK6.................. P. 145 SM24ML1TK6................. P. 145 SM24W3TK6.................. P. 145 SM24WL3TK6................. P. 145 Tooling 51060210924................ P. 155 51060210936................ P. 155 M10S1J..................... P. 178 M10SG8..................... P. 179 M317....................... P. 155 MH860...................... P. 155 MH86164G................... P. 155 MH86186.................... P. 155 RX2025GE1.................. P. 155 RX20D44.................... P.162 S16RCM14................... P. 155 S16RCM1450................. P. 155 S16RCM16................... P. 155 S16SCM20................... P. 155 S16SCML1................... P. 155 S16SCML11.................. P. 155 S20RCM..................... P. 155 S16SCM20................... P. 155 S20SCM20................... P. 155 S221....................... P. 180 S23D2...................... P. 180 S80........................ P. 179 S82........................ P. 182 S83........................ P. 179 S87........................ P. 182 S88........................ P. 182 SHANDLES................... P. 155 SL105...................... P. 179 sl46D2..................... P. 180 sl471...................... P. 180 UH25....................... P. 155 VGE10077A.................. P. 155 VGE10078A.................. P. 155 Appendices INDUTSCA07EN © Copyright SOURIAU June 2011 - All information in this document presents only general particulars and shall not form part of any contract. All rights reserved to SOURIAU for changes without prior notifi cation or public announcement. Any duplication is prohibited, unless approved in writing. www.souriau.com www.souriau-industrial.com contactindustry@souriau.com Tiva™ C Series TM4C1294 Connected LaunchPad Evaluation Kit EK-TM4C1294XL User's Guide Literature Number: SPMU365A March 2014–Revised March 2014 Contents 1 Board Overview ................................................................................................................... 4 1.1 Kit Contents................................................................................................................... 5 1.2 Using the Connected LaunchPad ......................................................................................... 5 1.3 Features....................................................................................................................... 5 1.4 BoosterPacks................................................................................................................. 6 1.5 Energīa........................................................................................................................ 6 1.6 Specifications................................................................................................................. 6 2 Hardware Description ........................................................................................................... 7 2.1 Functional Description ...................................................................................................... 7 2.1.1 Microcontroller....................................................................................................... 7 2.1.2 Ethernet Connectivity............................................................................................... 8 2.1.3 USB Connectivity ................................................................................................... 8 2.1.4 Motion Control....................................................................................................... 8 2.1.5 User Switches and LED's.......................................................................................... 8 2.1.6 BoosterPacks and Headers ....................................................................................... 9 2.2 Power Management........................................................................................................ 17 2.2.1 Power Supplies .................................................................................................... 17 2.2.2 Low Power Modes ................................................................................................ 18 2.2.3 Clocking ............................................................................................................ 18 2.2.4 Reset................................................................................................................ 18 2.3 Debug Interface............................................................................................................. 18 2.3.1 In-Circuit Debug Interface (ICDI) ................................................................................ 18 2.3.2 External Debugger ................................................................................................ 19 2.3.3 Virtual COM Port .................................................................................................. 19 3 Software Development ........................................................................................................ 20 3.1 Software Description....................................................................................................... 20 3.2 Source Code ................................................................................................................ 20 3.3 Tool Options ................................................................................................................ 20 3.4 Programming the Connected LaunchPad............................................................................... 21 4 References, PCB Layout, and Bill of Materials ....................................................................... 22 4.1 References .................................................................................................................. 22 4.2 Component Locations ..................................................................................................... 23 4.3 Bill of Materials ............................................................................................................. 24 5 Schematic ......................................................................................................................... 26 6 Revision History................................................................................................................. 27 2 Contents SPMU365A–March 2014–Revised March 2014 Submit Documentation Feedback Copyright © 2014, Texas Instruments Incorporated www.ti.com List of Figures 1-1. Tiva C Series Connected LaunchPad Evaluation Board ............................................................... 4 2-1. Tiva Connected LaunchPad Evaluation Board Block Diagram ........................................................ 7 2-2. Default Jumper Locations ................................................................................................. 17 4-1. Connected LaunchPad Dimensions and Component Locations ..................................................... 23 List of Tables 1-1. EK-TM4C1294XL Specifications........................................................................................... 6 2-1. BoosterPack 1 GPIO and Signal Muxing ................................................................................. 9 2-2. BoosterPack 2 GPIO and Signal Muxing ............................................................................... 11 2-3. X11 Breadboard Adapter Odd-Numbered Pad GPIO and Signal Muxing .......................................... 13 2-4. X11 Breadboard Adapter Even-Numbered Pad GPIO and Signal Muxing ......................................... 15 4-1. Connected LaunchPad Bill of Materials ................................................................................. 24 6-1. Revision History ............................................................................................................ 27 SPMU365A–March 2014–Revised March 2014 List of Figures 3 Submit Documentation Feedback Copyright © 2014, Texas Instruments Incorporated Chapter 1 SPMU365A–March 2014–Revised March 2014 Board Overview The Tiva™ C Series TM4C1294 Connected LaunchPad Evaluation Board (EK-TM4C1294XL) is a low-cost evaluation platform for ARM® Cortex™-M4F-based microcontrollers. The Connected LaunchPad design highlights the TM4C1294NCPDT microcontroller with its on-chip 10/100 Ethernet MAC and PHY, USB 2.0, hibernation module, motion control pulse-width modulation and a multitude of simultaneous serial connectivity. The Connected LaunchPad also features two user switches, four user LEDs, dedicated reset and wake switches, a breadboard expansion option and two independent BoosterPack XL expansion connectors. The pre-programmed quickstart application on the Connected LaunchPad also enables remote monitoring and control of the evaluation board from an internet browser anywhere in the world. The web interface is provided by 3rd party, Exosite. Each Connected LaunchPad is enabled on the Exosite platform allowing users to create and customize their own Internet-of-Things applications. Figure 1-1 shows a photo of the Connected LaunchPad with key features highlighted. Figure 1-1. Tiva C Series Connected LaunchPad Evaluation Board Tiva is a trademark of Texas Instruments. All other trademarks are the property of their respective owners. 4 Board Overview SPMU365A–March 2014–Revised March 2014 Submit Documentation Feedback Copyright © 2014, Texas Instruments Incorporated www.ti.com Kit Contents 1.1 Kit Contents The Connected LaunchPad Evaluation Kit contains the following items: • Tiva™ C Series TM4C1294 Evaluation Board (EK-TM4C1294XL) • Retractable Ethernet cable • USB Micro-B plug to USB-A plug cable • README First document 1.2 Using the Connected LaunchPad The recommended steps for using the Connected LaunchPad Evaluation Kit are: 1. Follow the README First document included in the kit. The README First helps you get the Connected LaunchPad up and running in minutes. Within just a few minutes you can be controlling and monitoring the Connected LaunchPad through the internet using Exosite and the pre-programmed quickstart application. 2. Experiment with BoosterPacks. This evaluation kit conforms to the latest revision of the BoosterPack pinout standard. It has two independent BoosterPack connections to enable a multitude of expansion opportunities. 3. Take the first step towards developing your own applications. The Connected LaunchPad is supported by TivaWare for C Series. After installing TivaWare, look in the installation directory for examples\boards\ek-tm4c1294xl. You can find pre-configured example applications for this board as well as for this board with selected BoosterPacks. Alternately, use Energīa for a wiring frameworkbased cross-platform, fast-prototyping environment that works with this and other TI LaunchPads. See Chapter 3 of this document for more details about software development. TivaWare can be downloaded from the TI website at http://www.ti.com/tool/sw-tm4c. Energīa can be found at http://energia.nu. 4. Customize and integrate the hardware to suit your end application. This evaluation kit can be used as a reference for building your own custom circuits based on Tiva C microcontrollers or as a foundation for expansion with your custom BoosterPack or other circuit. This manual can serve as a starting point for this endeavor. 5. Get Trained. You can also download hours of written and video training materials on this and related LaunchPads. Visit the Tiva C Series LaunchPad Workshop Wiki for more information. 6. More Resources. See the TI MCU LaunchPad web page for more information and available BoosterPacks. (http://www.ti.com/tiva-c-launchpad) 1.3 Features Your Connected LaunchPad includes the following features: • Tiva TM4C1294NCPDTI microcontroller • Ethernet connectivity with fully integrated 10/100 Ethernet MAC and PHY Motion Control PWM • USB 2.0 Micro A/B connector • 4 user LEDs • 2 user buttons • 1 independent hibernate wake switch • 1 independent microcontroller reset switch • Jumper for selecting power source: – ICDI USB – USB Device – BoosterPack • Preloaded Internet-of-Things Exosite quickstart application • I/O brought to board edge for breadboard expansion • Two independent BoosterPack XL standard connectors featuring stackable headers to maximize expansion through BoosterPack ecosystem SPMU365A–March 2014–Revised March 2014 Board Overview 5 Submit Documentation Feedback Copyright © 2014, Texas Instruments Incorporated BoosterPacks www.ti.com – For a complete list of BoosterPacks, see the TI MCU LaunchPad web page: http://www.ti.com/launchpad 1.4 BoosterPacks The Connected LaunchPad provides an easy and inexpensive way to develop applications with the TM4C1294NCPDTI microcontroller. BoosterPacks are add-on boards that follow a pin-out standard created by Texas Instruments. The TI and third-party ecosystem of BoosterPacks greatly expands the peripherals and potential applications that you can easily explore with the Connected LaunchPad. You can also build your own BoosterPack by following the design guidelines on TI’s website. Texas Instruments even helps you promote your BoosterPack to other members of the community. TI offers a variety of avenues for you to reach potential customers with your solutions. 1.5 Energīa Energīa is an open-source electronics prototyping platform started in January of 2012 with the goal of bringing the Wiring and Arduino framework to the TI LaunchPad community. Energīa includes an integrated development environment (IDE) that is based on Processing. Together with Energīa, LaunchPads can be used to develop interactive objects, taking inputs from a variety of switches or sensors, and controlling a variety of lights, motors, and other physical outputs. LaunchPad projects can be stand-alone (only run on the target board, i.e. your LaunchPad), or they can communicate with software running on your computer (Host PC). Energīa projects are highly portable between supported LaunchPad platforms. Projects written for your Connected LaunchPad can be run on other LaunchPads with little or no modifications. More information is available at http://energia.nu. 1.6 Specifications Table 1-1 summarizes the specifications for the Connected LaunchPad. Table 1-1. EK-TM4C1294XL Specifications Parameter Value 4.75 VDC to 5.25 VDC from one of the following sources: • Debug USB U22 (ICDI) USB Micro-B cable connected to PC or other compatible power source. • Target USB (U7) USB Micro-B cable connected to PC or other compatible power Board Supply Voltage source. • BoosterPack 1 (X8-4) • BoosterPack 2 (X6-4) • Breadboard expansion header (X11-2 or X11-97). See schematic symbol JP1 for power input selection. Dimensions 4.9 in x 2.2 in x .425 in (12.45 cm x 5.59 cm x 10.8 mm) (L x W x H) • 5 VDC to BoosterPacks, current limited by TPS2052B. Nominal rating 1 Amp. Board input power supply limitations may also apply. Break-out Power Output • 3.3 VDC to BoosterPacks, limited by output of TPS73733 LDO. This 3.3-V plane is shared with on-board components. Total output power limit of TPS73733 is 1 Amp. RoHS Status Compliant 6 Board Overview SPMU365A–March 2014–Revised March 2014 Submit Documentation Feedback Copyright © 2014, Texas Instruments Incorporated Chapter 2 SPMU365A–March 2014–Revised March 2014 Hardware Description The Connected LaunchPad includes a TM4C1294NCPDTI microcontroller with an integrated 10/100 Ethernet MAC and PHY. This advanced ARM® Cortex™ M4F MCU has a wide range of peripherals that are made available to users via the on-board accessories and the BoosterPack connectors. This chapter explains how those peripherals operate and interface to the microcontroller. Figure 2-1 provides a high-level block diagram of the Connected LaunchPad. Figure 2-1. Tiva Connected LaunchPad Evaluation Board Block Diagram 2.1 Functional Description 2.1.1 Microcontroller The TM4C1294NCPDTI is a 32-bit ARM Cortex-M4F based microcontroller with 1024-kB Flash memory, 256-kB SRAM, 6-kB EEPROM, and 120 MHz operation; integrated 10/100 Ethernet MAC and PHY; integrated USB 2.0 connectivity with external high-speed USB 3.0 PHY capability; a hibernation module, a multitude of serial connectivity and motion control PWM; as well as a wide range of other peripherals. See the TM4C1294NCPDTI microcontroller data sheet for more complete details. Most of the microcontroller’s signals are routed to 0.1-in (2.54-mm) pitch headers or through-hole solder pads. An internal multiplexor allows different peripheral functions to be assigned to each of these GPIO pads. When adding external circuitry, consider the additional load on the evaluation board power rails. The TM4C1294NCPDTI microcontroller is factory-programmed with a quickstart demo program. The quickstart program resides in on-chip Flash memory and runs each time power is applied, unless the quickstart application has been replaced with a user program. The quickstart application automatically connects to http://ti.exosite.com when an internet connection is provided through the RJ45 Ethernet jack on the evaluation board. SPMU365A–March 2014–Revised March 2014 Hardware Description 7 Submit Documentation Feedback Copyright © 2014, Texas Instruments Incorporated Functional Description www.ti.com 2.1.2 Ethernet Connectivity The Connected LaunchPad is designed to connect directly to an Ethernet network using RJ45 style connectors. The microcontroller contains a fully integrated Ethernet MAC and PHY. This integration creates a simple, elegant and cost-saving Ethernet circuit design. Example code is available for both the uIP and LwIP TCP/IP protocol stacks. The embedded Ethernet on this device can be programmed to act as an HTTP server, client or both. The design and integration of the circuit and microcontroller also enable users to synchronize events over the network using the IEEE1588 precision time protocol. When configured for Ethernet operation, it is recommended that the user configure LED D3 and D4 to be controlled by the Ethernet MAC to indicate connection and transmit/receive status. 2.1.3 USB Connectivity The Connected LaunchPad is designed to be USB 2.0 ready. A TPS2052B load switch is connected to and controlled by the microcontroller USB peripheral, which manages power to the USB micro A/B connector when functioning in a USB host. When functioning as a USB device, the entire Connected LaunchPad can be powered directly from the USB micro A/B connector. Use JP1 to select the desired power source. USB 2.0 functionality is provided and supported directly out of the box with the target USB micro A/B connector. High-speed USB 3.0 functionality can be enabled by adding an external USB PHY. The USB external PHY control and data signals are provided on the breadboard expansion header X11. 2.1.4 Motion Control The Connected LaunchPad includes the Tiva C Series Motion Control PWM technology, featuring a PWM module capable of generating eight PWM outputs. The PWM module provides a great deal of flexibility and can generate simple PWM signals – for example, those required by a simple charge pump – as well as paired PWM signals with dead-band delays, such as those required by a half-H bridge driver. Three generator blocks can also generate the full six channels of gate controls required by a 3-phase inverter bridge. A quadrature encoder interface (QEI) is also available to provide motion control feedback. See the BoosterPacks and Headers section of this document for details about the availability of these signals on the BoosterPack interfaces. 2.1.5 User Switches and LED's Two user switches are provided for input and control of the TM4C1294NCPDTI software. The switches are connected to GPIO pins PJ0 and PJ1. A reset switch and a wake switch are also provided. The reset switch initiates a system reset of the microcontroller whenever it is pressed and released. Pressing the reset switch also asserts the reset signal to the BoosterPack and Breadboard headers. The wake switch is one way to bring the device out of hibernate mode. Four user LEDs are provided on the board. D1 and D2 are connected to GPIOs PN1 and PN0. These LEDs are dedicated for use by the software application. D3 and D4 are connected to GPIOs PF4 and PF0, which can be controlled by user’s software or the integrated Ethernet module of the microcontroller. A power LED is also provided to indicate that 3.3 volt power is present on the board. 8 Hardware Description SPMU365A–March 2014–Revised March 2014 Submit Documentation Feedback Copyright © 2014, Texas Instruments Incorporated www.ti.com Functional Description 2.1.6 BoosterPacks and Headers 2.1.6.1 BoosterPack 1 The Connected LaunchPad features two fully independent BoosterPack XL connectors. BoosterPack 1, located around the ICDI portion of the board, is fully compliant with the BoosterPack standard with the single exception of GPIO pin PA6 (X8-16), which does not provide analog capability. PA6 is located near the bottom of the inner left BoosterPack XL header. I2C is provided in both the original BoosterPack standard configuration as well as the updated standard location. Use of I2C on the bottom left of the BoosterPack connections per the updated standard is highly encouraged whenever possible. Motion control advanced PWM connections are provided on the inner right connector for motion control applications. Table 2-1 provides a complete listing of the BoosterPack pins and the GPIO alternate functions available on each pin. The TM4C1294NCPDTI GPIO register GPIOPCTL values are shown for each configuration. The headers in this table are labeled from left to right in ten pin columns. ‘A’ and ‘D’ make up the outer BoosterPack standard pins, ‘B’ and ‘C’ make up the inner BoosterPack XL standard pins. Table 2-1. BoosterPack 1 GPIO and Signal Muxing Standard MCU Digital Function (GPIOPCTL Bit Encoding) Header Pin Function GPIO Pin Analog 1 2 3 5 6 7 8 11 13 14 15 A1 1 +3.3 volts 3.3V A1 2 Analog PE4 123 AIN9 U1RI - - - - - - - - - SSI1XDAT0 A1 3 UART RX PC4 25 C1- U7Rx - - - - - - - - - EPI0S7 A1 4 UART TX PC5 24 C1+ U7Tx - - - - RTCCLK - - - - EPI0S6 A1 5 GPIO PC6 23 C0+ U5Rx - - - - - - - - - EPI0S5 A1 6 Analog PE5 124 AIN8 - - - - - - - - - - SSIXDAT1 A1 7 SPI CLK PD3 4 AIN12 - I2C8SDA T1CCP1 - - - - - - - SSI2CLk A1 8 GPIO PC7 22 C0- U5Tx - - - - - - - - - EPI0S4 A1 9 I2C SCL PB2 91 - - I2C0SCL T5CCP0 - - - - - - USB0STP EPI0S27 A1 10 I2C SDA PB3 92 - - I2C0SDA T5CCP1 - - - - - - USB0CLK EPI0S28 B1 1 +5 volts 5V B1 2 ground GND B1 3 Analog PE0 15 AIN3 U1RTS - - - - - - - - - - B1 4 Analog PE1 14 AIN2 U1DSR - - - - - - - - - - B1 5 Analog PE2 13 AIN1 U1DCD - - - - - - - - - - B1 6 Analog PE3 12 AIN0 U1DTR - - - - - - - - - - B1 7 Analog PD7 128 AIN4 U2CTS - T4CCP1 USB0PFLT - - NMI - - - SSI2XDAT2 B1 8 Analog PA6 40 - U2Rx I2C6SCL T3CCP0 USB0EPEN - - - - SSI0XDAT2 - EPI0S8 B1 9 A out PM4 74 TMPR3 U0CTS - T4CCP0 - - - - - - - - B1 10 A out PM5 73 TMPR2 U0DCD - T4CCP1 - - - - - - - - SPMU365A–March 2014–Revised March 2014 Hardware Description 9 Submit Documentation Feedback Copyright © 2014, Texas Instruments Incorporated Functional Description www.ti.com Table 2-1. BoosterPack 1 GPIO and Signal Muxing (continued) Standard MCU Digital Function (GPIOPCTL Bit Encoding) Header Pin Function GPIO Pin Analog 1 2 3 5 6 7 8 11 13 14 15 C1 1 PWM PF1 43 - - - - EN0LED2 M0PWM1 - - - - SSI3XDAT0 TRD1 C1 2 PWM PF2 44 - - - - - M0PWM2 - - - - SSI3Fss TRD0 C1 3 PWM PF3 45 - - - - - M0PWM3 - - - - SSI3Clk TRCLK C1 4 PWM PG0 49 - - I2C1SCL - EN0PPS M0PWM4 - - - - - EPI0S11 C1 5 Capture PL4 85 - - - T0CCP0 - - - - - - USB0D4 EPI0S26 C1 6 Capture PL5 86 - - - T0CCP1 - - - - - - USB0D5 EPI0S33 C1 7 GPIO PL0 81 - - I2C2SDA - - M0FAULT3 - - - - USB0D0 EPI0S16 C1 8 GPIO PL1 82 - - I2C2SCL - - PhA0 - - - - USB0D1 EPI0S17 C1 9 GPIO PL2 83 - - - - C0o PhB0 - - - - USB0D2 EPI0S18 C1 10 GPIO PL3 84 - - - - C1o IDX0 - - - - USB0D3 EPI0S19 D1 1 ground GND D1 2 PWM PM3 75 - - - T3CCP1 - - - - - - - EPI0S12 D1 3 GPIO PH2 31 - U0DCD - - - - - - - - - EPI0S2 D1 4 GPIO PH3 32 - U0DSR - - - - - - - - - EPI0S3 D1 5 reset RESET D1 6 SPI MOSI PD1 2 AIN14 - I2C7SDA T0CCP1 C1o - - - - - - SSI2XDAT0 D1 7 SPI MISO PD0 1 AIN15 - I2C7SCL T0CCP0 C0o - - - - - - SSI2XDAT1 D1 8 GPIO PN2 109 - U1DCD U2RTS - - - - - - - - EPI0S29 D1 9 GPIO PN3 110 - U1DSR U2CTS - - - - - - - - EPI0S30 D1 10 GPIO PP2 103 - U0DTR - - - - - - - - USB0NXT EPI0S29 10 Hardware Description SPMU365A–March 2014–Revised March 2014 Submit Documentation Feedback Copyright © 2014, Texas Instruments Incorporated www.ti.com Functional Description 2.1.6.2 BoosterPack 2 The second BoosterPack XL interface is located near the middle of the board. This interface is fully compliant with the BoosterPack standard, and adds features not covered by the BoosterPack standard that enable operation with additional BoosterPacks. An additional analog signal is provided on the outer left header (X6-9). This signal can be used to monitor the touch panel on the popular Kentec EB-LM4F120-L35 BoosterPack. Using the jumpers JP4 and JP5, Controller Area Network (CAN) digital receive and transmit signals can be optionally routed to the BoosterPack 2 interface. The location of these signals is consistent with the CAN interface on the Tiva C Series TM4C123G LaunchPad and the Stellaris LM4F120 LaunchPad. In the default configuration, UART0 is used for the ICDI virtual UART and CAN is not present on the BoosterPack headers. In this configuration, the ROM serial bootloader can be used over the ICDI virtual UART. When the jumpers are configured for CAN on the BoosterPack, then UART4 must be used for the ICDI virtual UART. To comply with both the original and the new BoosterPack standard, I2C is provided on both sides of the BoosterPack connection. Use of I2C on the bottom left of the BoosterPack connection is highly encouraged where possible, to be in compliance with the new BoosterPack standard. To provide I2C capability on the right side of the connector, per the original standard, two zero-ohm resistors (R19 and R20) are used to combine the SPI and I2C signals. These signals are not shared with any other pins on the LaunchPad and therefore removal of these zero-ohm resistors should not be required. Software should be certain that unused GPIO signals are configured as inputs. Table 2-2 provides a complete listing of the BoosterPack pins and the GPIO alternate functions available at each pin. The TM4C1294NCPDT GPIO register GPIOPCTL values are shown for each configuration. The headers in this table are labeled from left to right in ten pin columns. ‘A’ and ‘D’ make up the outer BoosterPack standard pins, ‘B’ and ‘C’ make up the inner BoosterPack XL standard pins. Table 2-2. BoosterPack 2 GPIO and Signal Muxing Standard MCU Digital Function (FPIOPCTL Bit Encoding) Header Pin Function GPIO Pin Analog 1 2 3 5 6 7 8 11 13 14 15 A2 1 3.3V A2 2 Analog PD2 3 AIN13 - I2C8SCL T1CCP0 C2o - - - - - - SSI2Fss A2 3 UART RX PP0 118 C2+ U6Rx - - - - - - - - - SSI3XDAT2 A2 4 UART TX PP1 119 C2- U6Tx - - - - - - - - - SSI3XDAT3 GPIO PD4 125 AIN7 U2Rx - T3CCP0 - - - - - - - SSI1XDAT2 A2 5 (See JP4) PA0 33 - U0Rx I2C9SCL T0CCP0 - - CANORx - - - - - Analog PD5 126 AIN6 U2Tx - T3CCP1 - - - - - - - SSI1XDAT3 A2 6 (See JP5) PA1 34 - U0Tx I2C9SDA T0CCP1 - - CAN0Tx - - - - - A2 7 SPI CLK PQ0 5 - - - - - - - - - - SSI3Clk EPI0S20 A2 8 GPIO PP4 105 - U3RTS U0DSR - - - - - - - USB0D7 - A2 9 I2C SCL PN5 112 - U1RI U3CTS I2C2SCL - - - - - - - EPIO0S35 A2 10 I2C SDA PN4 111 - U1DTR U3RTS I2C2SDA - - - - - - - EPIO0S34 B2 1 5V B2 2 GND B2 3 Analog PB4 121 AIN10 U0CTS I2C5SCL - - - - - - - - SSI1Fss SPMU365A–March 2014–Revised March 2014 Hardware Description 11 Submit Documentation Feedback Copyright © 2014, Texas Instruments Incorporated Functional Description www.ti.com Table 2-2. BoosterPack 2 GPIO and Signal Muxing (continued) Standard MCU Digital Function (FPIOPCTL Bit Encoding) Header Pin Function GPIO Pin Analog 1 2 3 5 6 7 8 11 13 14 15 B2 4 Analog PB5 120 AIN11 U0RTS I2C5SDA - - - - - - - - SSI1Clk B2 5 Analog PK0 18 AIN16 U4Rx - - - - - - - - - EPI0S0 B2 6 Analog PK1 19 AIN17 U4Tx - - - - - - - - - EPI0S1 B2 7 Analog PK2 20 AIN18 U4RTS - - - - - - - - - EPI0S2 B2 8 Analog PK3 21 AIN19 u4CTS - - - - - - - - - EPI0S3 B2 9 A out PA4 37 - U3Rx I2C7SCL T2CCP0 - - - - - - - SSI0XDAT0 B2 10 A out PA5 38 - U3Tx I2C7SDA T2CCP1 - - - - - - - SSI0XDAT1 C2 1 PWM PG1 50 - - I2C1SDA - - M0PWM5 - - - - - EPI0S10 C2 2 PWM PK4 63 - - I2C3SCL - EN0LED0 M0PWM6 - - - - - EPI0S32 C2 3 PWM PK5 62 - - I2C3SDA - EN0LED2 M0PWM7 - - - - - EPI0S31 C2 4 PWM PM0 78 - - - T2CCP0 - - - - - - - EPI0S15 C2 5 Capture PM1 77 - - - T2CCP1 - - - - - - - EPI0S14 C2 6 Capture PM2 76 - - - T3CCP0 - - - - - - - EPI0S13 C2 7 GPIO PH0 29 - U0RTS - - - - - - - - - EPI0S0 C2 8 GPIO PH1 30 - U0CTS - - - - - - - - - EPI0S1 C2 9 GPIO PK6 61 - - I2C4SCL - EN0LED1 M0FAULT1 - - - - - EPI0S25 C2 10 GPIO PK7 60 - U0RI I2C4SDA - RTCCLK M0FAULT2 - - - - - EPI0S24 D2 1 GND D2 2 PWM PM7 71 TMPR0 U0RI - T5CCP1 - - - - - - - - D2 3 GPIO PP5 106 - U3CTS I2C2SDL - - - - - - - USB0D6 - D2 4 GPIO PA7 41 - U2Tx I2C6SDA T3CCP1 USB0PFLT - - - USB0EPEN SSI0XDAT3 - EPI0S9 D2 5 RESET SPI MOSI PQ2 11 - - - - - - - - - - SSI3XDAT0 EPI0S22 D2 6 I2C PA3 36 - U4Tx I2C8SDA T1CCP1 - - - - - - - SSI0Fss SPI MISO PQ3 27 - - - - - - - - - - SSI3XDAT1 EPI0S23 D2 7 I2C PA2 35 - U4Rx I2C8SCL T1CCP0 - - - - - - - SSI0Clk D2 8 GPIO PP3 104 - U1CTS U0DCD - - - - - - - USB0DIR EPI0S30 D2 9 GPIO PQ1 6 - - - - - - - - - - SSI3Fss EPI0S21 D2 10 GPIO PM6 72 TMPR1 U0DSR - T5CCP0 - - - - - - - - 12 Hardware Description SPMU365A–March 2014–Revised March 2014 Submit Documentation Feedback Copyright © 2014, Texas Instruments Incorporated www.ti.com Functional Description 2.1.6.3 Breadboard Connection The breadboard adapter section of the board is a set of 98 holes on a 0.1 inch grid. Properly combined with a pair of right angle headers, the entire Connected LaunchPad can be plugged directly into a standard 300 mil (0.3 inch) wide solder-less breadboard. The right angle headers and breadboard are not provided with this kit. Suggested part numbers are Samtec TSW-149-09-L-S-RE and TSW-149-08-L-S-RA right angle pin headers and Twin industries TW-E40-1020 solder-less breadboard. Samtec TSW-149-09-F-S-RE and TSW-149-09-F-S-RA may be substituted. A detailed explanation of how to install the headers is available on the TI LaunchPad Wiki or at http://users.ece.utexas.edu/~valvano/EE345L/Labs/Fall2011/LM3S1968soldering.pdf. Nearly all microcontroller signals are made available at the breadboard adapter holes (X11). These signals are grouped by function where possible. For example, all EPI signals are grouped on one side of the connector. Many of the analog signals are grouped near VREF, and UART, SSI and I2C signals are grouped by peripheral to make expansion and customization simpler. Table 2-3 and Table 2-4 show the GPIO pin and signal muxing for the X11 breadboard adapter pads. Table 2-3. X11 Breadboard Adapter Odd-Numbered Pad GPIO and Signal Muxing MCU Digital Function (GPIOPCTL Bit Encoding) Pin Port PIN Analog 1 2 3 5 6 7 8 11 13 14 15 1 3V3 3 GND 5 PB4 121 AIN10 U0CTS I2C5SCL - - - - - - - - SSI1Fss 7 PB5 120 AIN11 U0RTS I2C5SDA - - - - - - - - SSI1Clk 9 PH0 29 - U0RTS - - - - - - - - - EPI0S0 11 PH1 30 - U0CTS - - - - - - - - - EPI0S1 13 PH2 31 - U0DCD - - - - - - - - - EPI0S2 15 PH3 32 - U0DSR - - - - - - - - - EPI0S3 17 PC7 22 C0- U5Tx - - - - - - - - - EPI0S4 19 PC6 23 C0+ U5Rx - - - - - - - - - EPI0S5 21 PC5 24 C1+ U7Tx - - - - RTCCLK - - - - EPI0S6 23 PC4 25 C1- U7Rx - - - - - - - - - EPI0S7 25 PA6 40 - U2Rx I2C6SCL T3CCP0 USB0EPEN - - - - SSI0XDAT2 - EPI0S8 27 PA7 41 - U2Tx I2C6SDA T3CCP1 USB0PFLT - - - USB0EPEN SSI0XDAT3 - EPI0S9 29 PG1 50 - - I2C1SDA - - M0PWM5 - - - - - EPI0S10 31 PG0 49 - - I2C1SCL - EN0PPS M0PWM4 - - - - - EPI0S11 33 PM3 75 - - - T3CCP1 - - - - - - - EPI0S12 35 GND 37 PM2 76 - - - T3CCP0 - - - - - - - EPI0S13 39 PM1 77 - - - T2CCP1 - - - - - - - EPI0S14 41 PM0 78 - - - T2CCP0 - - - - - - - EPI0S15 SPMU365A–March 2014–Revised March 2014 Hardware Description 13 Submit Documentation Feedback Copyright © 2014, Texas Instruments Incorporated Functional Description www.ti.com Table 2-3. X11 Breadboard Adapter Odd-Numbered Pad GPIO and Signal Muxing (continued) MCU Digital Function (GPIOPCTL Bit Encoding) Pin Port PIN Analog 1 2 3 5 6 7 8 11 13 14 15 43 PL0 81 - - I2C2SDA - - M0FAULT3 - - - - USB0D0 EPI0S16 45 PL1 82 - - I2C2SCL - - PhA0 - - - - USB0D1 EPI0S17 47 PL2 83 - - - - C0o PhB0 - - - - USB0D2 EPI0S18 49 PL3 84 - - - - C1o IDX0 - - - - USB0D3 EPI0S19 51 PQ0 5 - - - - - - - - - - SSI3Clk EPI0S20 53 PQ1 6 - - - - - - - - - - SSI3Fss EPI0S21 55 PQ2 11 - - - - - - - - - - SSI3XDAT0 EPI0S22 57 PQ3 27 - - - - - - - - - - SSI3XDAT1 EPI0S23 59 PK7 60 - U0RI I2C4SDA - - - - - - EPI0S24 61 GND 63 PK6 61 - - I2C4SCL - EN0LED1 M0FAULT1 - - - - - EPI0S25 65 PL4 85 - - - T0CCP0 - - - - - - USB0D4 EPI0S26 67 PB2 91 - - I2C0SCL T5CCP0 - - - - - - USB0STP EPI0S27 69 PB3 92 - - I2C0SDA T5CCP1 - - - - - - USB0CLK EPI0S28 71 PP2 103 - U0DTR - - - - - - - - USB0NXT EPI0S29 73 PP3 104 - U1CTS U0DCD - - - RTCCLK - - - USB0DIR EPI0S30 75 PK5 62 - - I2C3SDA - EN0LED2 M0PWM7 - - - - - EPI0S31 77 PK4 63 - - I2C3SCL - EN0LED0 M0PWM6 - - - - - EPI0S32 79 PL5 86 - - - T0CCP1 - - - - - - USB0D5 EPI0S33 81 PN4 111 - U1DTR U3RTS I2C2SDA - - - - - - - EPI0S34 83 PN5 112 - U1RI U3CTS I2C2SCL - - - - - - - EPI0S35 85 PN0 107 - U1RTS - - - - - - - - - - 87 PN1 108 - U1CTS - - - - - - - - - - 89 PN2 109 - U1DCD U2RTS - - - - - - - - EPI0S29 91 PN3 110 - U1DSR U2CTS - - - - - - - - EPI0S30 93 PQ4 102 - U1Rx - - - - - DIVSCLK - - - - 95 WAKE 97 5V 14 Hardware Description SPMU365A–March 2014–Revised March 2014 Submit Documentation Feedback Copyright © 2014, Texas Instruments Incorporated www.ti.com Functional Description Table 2-4. X11 Breadboard Adapter Even-Numbered Pad GPIO and Signal Muxing MCU Digital Function (GPIOPCTL Bit Encoding) Pin Port PIN Analog 1 2 3 5 6 7 8 11 13 14 15 2 5V 4 GND 6 PA2 35 - U4Rx I2C8SCL T1CCP0 - - - - - - - SSI0Clk 8 PA3 36 - U4Tx I2C8SDA T1CCP1 - - - - - - - SSI0Fss 10 PA4 37 - U3Rx I2C7SCL T2CCP0 - - - - - - - SSI0XDAT0 12 PA5 38 - U3Tx I2C7SDA T2CCP1 - - - - - - - SSI0XDAT1 14 PE0 15 AIN3 U1RTS - - - - - - - - - - 16 PE1 14 AIN2 U1DSR - - - - - - - - - - 18 PE2 13 AIN1 U1DCD - - - - - - - - - - 20 PE3 12 AIN0 U1DTR - - - - - - - - - - 22 PE4 123 AIN9 U1RI - - - - - - - - - SSI1XDAT0 24 PE5 124 AIN8 - - - - - - - - - - SSI1XDAT1 26 PK0 18 AIN16 U4Rx - - - - - - - - - EPI0S0 28 PK1 19 AIN17 U4Tx - - - - - - - - - EPI0S1 30 PK2 20 AIN18 U4RTS - - - - - - - - - EPI0S2 32 PK3 21 AIN19 U4CTS - - - - - - - - - EPI0S3 34 VREF 36 GND 38 PD5 126 AIN6 U2Tx - T3CCP1 - - - - - - - SSI1XDAT3 40 PD4 125 AIN7 U2Rx - T3CCP0 - - - - - - - SSI1XDAT2 42 PD7 128 AIN4 U2CTS - T4CCP1 USB0PFLT - - NMI - - - SSI1XDAT2 44 PD6 127 AIN5 U2RTS - T4CCP0 USB0EPEN - - - - - - SSI1XDAT3 46 PD3 4 AIN12 - I2C8SDA T1CCP1 - - - - - - - SSI2Clk 48 PD1 2 AIN14 - I2C7SDA T0CCP1 C1o - - - - - - SSI1XDAT0 50 PD0 1 AIN15 - I2C7SCL T0CCP0 C0o - - - - - - SSI1XDAT1 52 PD2 3 AIN13 - I2C8SCL T1CCP0 C2o - - - - - - SSI2Fss 54 PP0 118 C2+ U6Rx - - - - - - - - - SSI1XDAT2 56 PP1 119 C2- U6Tx - - - - - - - - - SSI1XDAT3 58 PB0 95 USB0ID U1Rx I2C5SCL T4CCP0 - - CAN1Rx - - - - - 60 PB1 96 USB0VBUS U1Tx I2C5SDA T4CCP1 - - CAN1Tx - - - - - 62 GND 64 PF4 46 - - - - EN0LED1 M0FAULT0 - - - - SSI3XDAT2 TRD3 66 PF0 42 - - - - EN0LED0 M0PWM0 - - - - SSI3XDAT1 TRD2 SPMU365A–March 2014–Revised March 2014 Hardware Description 15 Submit Documentation Feedback Copyright © 2014, Texas Instruments Incorporated Functional Description www.ti.com Table 2-4. X11 Breadboard Adapter Even-Numbered Pad GPIO and Signal Muxing (continued) MCU Digital Function (GPIOPCTL Bit Encoding) Pin Port PIN Analog 1 2 3 5 6 7 8 11 13 14 15 68 PF1 43 - - - - EN0LED2 M0PWM1 - - - - SSI3XDAT0 TRD1 70 PF2 44 - - - - - M0PWM2 - - - - SSI3Fss TRD0 72 PF3 45 - - - - - M0PWM3 - - - - SSI3Clk TRCLK 74 PA0 33 - U0Rx I2C9SCL T0CCP0 - - CAN0Rx - - - - - 76 PA1 34 - U0Tx I2C9SDA T0CCP1 - - CAN0Tx - - - - - 78 PP4 105 - U3RTS U0DSR - - - - - - - USB0D7 - 80 PP5 106 - U3CTS I2C2SCL - - - - - - - USB0D6 - 82 PJ0 116 - U3Rx - - - - - - - - - 84 PJ1 117 - U3Tx - - - - - - - - - - 86 PM7 71 TMPR0 U0RI - T5CCP1 - - - - - - - - 88 PM6 72 TMPR1 U0DSR - T5CCP0 - - - - - - - - 90 PM5 73 TMPR2 U0DCD - T4CCP1 - - - - - - - - 92 PM4 74 TMPR3 U0CTS - T4CCP0 - - - - - - - - 94 RESET 96 GND 98 3V3 16 Hardware Description SPMU365A–March 2014–Revised March 2014 Submit Documentation Feedback Copyright © 2014, Texas Instruments Incorporated www.ti.com Power Management 2.1.6.4 Other Headers and Jumpers JP1 is provided to select the power input source for the Connected LaunchPad. The top position is for BoosterPack power; this position also disconnects both USB voltages from the board’s primary 5-volt input. In the top position, the TPS2052B does not limit current so additional care should be exercised. The middle position draws power from the USB connector on the left side of the board near the Ethernet jack. The bottom position is the default, in which power is drawn from the ICDI (Debug) USB connection. JP2 separates the MCU 3.3-volt power domain from the rest of the 3.3-volt power on the board allowing an ammeter to be used to obtain more accurate measurements of microcontroller power consumption. JP3 isolates the output of the TPS73733 LDO from the board’s 3.3-V power domain. JP4 and JP5 are used to configure CAN signals to the BoosterPack 2 interface. In the default horizontal configuration, CAN is not present on the BoosterPack. UART 4 goes to the BoosterPack and UART 0 goes to the ICDI virtual serial port to provide ROM serial bootloader capability. In the vertical CAN-enabled configuration, UART 4 goes to the ICDI virtual serial port and CAN signals are available on the BoosterPack. The ROM serial bootloader is not available to the ICDI virtual serial port while the jumpers are in the CAN position. Figure 2-2 shows the default configuration and relative location of the jumpers on the board. Figure 2-2. Default Jumper Locations 2.2 Power Management 2.2.1 Power Supplies The Connected LaunchPad can be powered from three different input options: • On-board ICDI USB cable (Debug, Default) • Target USB cable • BoosterPack or Breadboard adapter connection The JP1 power-select jumper is used to select one of the power sources. In addition, the JP3 power jumper can be used to isolate the 3.3-volt output of the TPS73733 from the board’s 3.3-volt rail. A TPS2052B load switch is used to regulate and control power to the Target USB connector when the microcontroller is acting in USB host mode. This load switch also limits current to the BoosterPack and Breadboard adapter headers when the JP1 jumper is in the ICDI position. SPMU365A–March 2014–Revised March 2014 Hardware Description 17 Submit Documentation Feedback Copyright © 2014, Texas Instruments Incorporated Power Management www.ti.com 2.2.2 Low Power Modes The Connected LaunchPad demonstrates several low power microcontroller modes. In run mode, the microcontroller can be clocked from several sources such as the internal precision oscillator or an external crystal oscillator. Either of these sources can then optionally drive an internal PLL to increase the effective frequency of the system up to 120 MHz. In this way, the run mode clock speed can be used to manage run mode current consumption. The microcontroller also provides sleep and deep sleep modes and internal voltage adjustments to the flash and SRAM to further refine power consumption when the processor is not in use but peripherals must remain active. Each peripheral can be individually clock gated in these modes so that current consumption by unused peripherals is minimized. A wide variety of conditions from internal and external sources can trigger a return to run mode. The lowest power setting of the microcontroller is hibernation, which requires a small amount of supporting external circuitry available on the Connected LaunchPad. The Connected LaunchPad can achieve microcontroller current consumption modes under 2 micro-Amps using hibernate VDD3ON mode. Hibernation with VDD3ON mode is not supported on this board. The Connected LaunchPad can be woken from hibernate by several triggers including the dedicated wake button, the reset button, an internal RTC timer and a subset of the device GPIO pins. The hibernation module provides a small area of internal SRAM that can preserve data through a hibernate cycle. 2.2.3 Clocking The Connected LaunchPad uses a 25 MHz crystal (Y1) to drive the main TM4C1294NCPDTI internal clock circuit. Most software examples use the internal PLL to multiply this clock to higher frequencies up to 120 MHz for core and peripheral timing. The 25-MHz crystal is required when using the integrated Ethernet MAC and PHY. The Hibernation module is clocked from an external 32.768-KHz crystal (Y3). 2.2.4 Reset The RESET signal to the TM4C1294NCPDTI microcontroller connects to the RESET switch, BoosterPack connectors, Breadboard adapter and to the ICDI circuit for a debugger-controller reset. External reset is asserted (active low) under the following conditions: • Power-on reset (filtered by and R-C network) • RESET switch is held down. • By the ICDI circuit when instructed by the debugger (this capability is optional, and may not be supported by all debuggers) • By an external circuit attached to the BoosterPack or Breadboard connectors. 2.3 Debug Interface 2.3.1 In-Circuit Debug Interface (ICDI) The Connected LaunchPad comes with an on-board ICDI. The ICDI allows for the programming and debugging of the TM4C1294NCPDTI using LM Flash Programmer and/or any of the supported tool chains. Note that ICDI only supports JTAG debugging at this time. It is possible to use other JTAG emulators instead of the on board ICDI, by connecting to U6. When the ICDI detects an external debug adapter connection on the JTAG connector U6 and disables the ICDI outputs to allow the external debug adapter to drive the debug circuit. For more information, see Section 2.3.2. Debug out of the ICDI is possible by removing resistors R6, R7, R8, R10, R11, R15, R16 and R40 from the Connected LaunchPad and use the ICDI to drive JTAG signals out on U6 for the purpose of programming or debugging other boards. To restore the connection to the on-board TM4C1294NCPDTI microcontroller, install jumpers from the odd to even pins of X1 or re-install the resistors. Removal of R40 disables the detection of an attached external debugger. R40 must be installed to use an external debug adapter to program or debug the Connected LaunchPad. 18 Hardware Description SPMU365A–March 2014–Revised March 2014 Submit Documentation Feedback Copyright © 2014, Texas Instruments Incorporated www.ti.com Debug Interface 2.3.2 External Debugger The connector U6 is provided for the attachment of an external debug adapter such as the IAR J-Link or Keil ULINK. This connector follows the ARM standard 10-pin JTAG pinout. This interface can use either JTAG or SWD if supported by the external debug adapter. 2.3.3 Virtual COM Port When plugged into a USB host, the ICDI enumerates as both a debugger and a virtual COM port. JP4 and JP5 control the selection of which UART from the TM4C1294NCPDTI is connected to the virtual COM port. In the default configuration, UART0 maps to the virtual COM port of the ICDI. In the CAN jumper configuration, UART4 maps to the virtual COM port of the ICDI. SPMU365A–March 2014–Revised March 2014 Hardware Description 19 Submit Documentation Feedback Copyright © 2014, Texas Instruments Incorporated Chapter 3 SPMU365A–March 2014–Revised March 2014 Software Development This chapter provides general information on software development as well as instructions for flash memory programming. 3.1 Software Description The TivaWare software provides drivers for all of the peripheral devices supplied in the design. The Tiva C Series Peripheral Driver Library is used to operate the on-chip peripherals as part of TivaWare. TivaWare includes a set of example applications that use the TivaWare Peripheral Driver Library. These applications demonstrate the capabilities of the TM4C1294NCPDTI microcontroller, as well as provide a starting point for the development of the final application for use on the Connected LaunchPad evaluation board. Example applications are also provided for the Connected LaunchPad when paired with selected BoosterPacks. 3.2 Source Code The complete source code including the source code installation instructions are provided at http://www.ti.com/tool/sw-tm4c. The source code and binary files are installed in the TivaWare software tree. 3.3 Tool Options The source code installation includes directories containing projects, makefiles, and binaries for the following tool-chains: • Keil ARM RealView® Microcontroller Development System • IAR Embedded Workbench for ARM • Sourcery Codebench • Generic GNU C Compiler • Texas Instruments' Code Composer Studio™ IDE Download evaluation versions of these tools from the Tools & Software section of www.ti.com/tiva. Due to code size restrictions, the evaluation tools may not build all example programs. A full license is necessary to re-build or debug all examples. For detailed information on using the tools, see the documentation included in the tool chain installation or visit the website of the tools supplier. 20 Software Development SPMU365A–March 2014–Revised March 2014 Submit Documentation Feedback Copyright © 2014, Texas Instruments Incorporated www.ti.com Programming the Connected LaunchPad 3.4 Programming the Connected LaunchPad The Connected LaunchPad software package includes pre-built binaries for each of the example applications. If you installed the TivaWare™ software to the default installation path of C:\ti\TivaWare_C_Series_, you can find the example applications in C:\ti\TivaWare_C_Series- \examples\boards\ek-tm4c129xl. The on-board ICDI is used with the LM Flash Programmer tool to program applications on the Connected LaunchPad. Follow these steps to program example applications into the Connected LaunchPad evaulation board using the ICDI: 1. Install LM Flash Programmer on a PC running Microsoft Windows. 2. Place JP1 into the ICDI position on the Connected LaunchPad. 3. Connect the USB-A cable plug in to an available USB port on the PC and plug the Micro-B plug to the Debug USB port (U22) on the Connected LaunchPad. 4. Verify that LED D0 at the top of the board is illuminated. 5. Install Windows ICDI and Virtual COM Port drivers if prompted. Installation instructions can be found at http://www.ti.com/lit/pdf/spmu287. 6. Run the LM Flash Programmer application on the PC. 7. In the Configuration tap, use the Quick Set control to select “TM4C1294XL LaunchPad”. 8. Move to the Program tab and click the Browse button. Navigate to the example applications directory (the default location is C:\ti\TivaWare_C_Series_\examples\boards\ek-tm4c1294xl\) 9. Each example application has its own directory. Navigate to the example directory that you want to load and then into the sub-directory for one of the supported tool chains which contains the binary (*.bin) file. Select the binary file and click Open. 10. Set the Erase Method to Erase Necessary Pages, check the Verify After Program box, and check Reset MCU After Program. The example program starts execution once the verify process is complete. SPMU365A–March 2014–Revised March 2014 Software Development 21 Submit Documentation Feedback Copyright © 2014, Texas Instruments Incorporated Chapter 4 SPMU365A–March 2014–Revised March 2014 References, PCB Layout, and Bill of Materials 4.1 References In addition to this document the following references are available for download at www.ti.com. • TivaWare for C Series (http://www.ti.com/tool/sw-tm4c) • TivaWare Peripheral Driver Library Users' Guide (literature number SPMU298) • EK-TM4C1294XL Getting Started Guide (literature number SPMZ858) • LM Flash Programmer Tool (http://www.ti.com/lmflashprogrammer) • TPS73733 Low-Dropout Regulator with Reverse Current Protection (http://www.ti.com/product/tps79733) • Texas Instruments Code Composer Studio website (http://www.ti.com/ccs) • Tiva C Series TM4C1294NCPDT Microcontroller Data Sheet (http://www.ti.com/lit/gpn/tm4c1294ncpdt) • Build Your Own BoosterPack information regarding the BoosterPack standard (http://www.ti.com/byob) • ICDI Driver Installation Guide (literature number SPMU287) Additional Support: • Keil RealView MDK-ARM (http://www.keil.com/arm/mdk.asp) • IAR Embedded Workbench for ARM (http://iar.com/ewarm/) • Sourcery CodeBench development tools (http://www.mentor.com/embedded-software/sourcerytools/ sourcery-codebench/overview) • Exosite (http://ti.exosite.com) 22 References, PCB Layout, and Bill of Materials SPMU365A–March 2014–Revised March 2014 Submit Documentation Feedback Copyright © 2014, Texas Instruments Incorporated www.ti.com Component Locations 4.2 Component Locations Figure 4-1 is a dimensioned drawing of the Connected LaunchPad. This figure shows the location of selected features of the board as well as the component locations. Figure 4-1. Connected LaunchPad Dimensions and Component Locations SPMU365A–March 2014–Revised March 2014 References, PCB Layout, and Bill of Materials 23 Submit Documentation Feedback Copyright © 2014, Texas Instruments Incorporated Bill of Materials www.ti.com 4.3 Bill of Materials Table 4-1 is the Connected LaunchPad bill of materials list. Table 4-1. Connected LaunchPad Bill of Materials Item Ref Qty Description Mfg Part Number 1 C1 1 Capacitor, 1000pF, 2kV, Kemet C1210C102MGRACTU 20%, X7R, 1210 C3, C4, C5, C10, C11, C12, C13, C16, C17, C18, C19, Capacitor, 0.1uF 16V, 2 C21, C22, C23, C24, C25, 26 10%,0402 X7R Taiyo Yuden EMK105B7104KV-F C26, C27, C28, C29, C30, C40, C41, C42, C43, C46 3 C31 1 Capacitor, 4700pF, 2kV, AVX 1812GC472KAT1A 10%,X7R, 1812 4 C32, C33 2 Capacitor, 3300pF, 50V, TDK C1608X7R1H332K 10%, X7R, 0603 5 C6, C14 2 Capacitor, 1uF , X5R, 10V, Johanson 100R07X105KV4T Low ESR, 0402 Dielectrics Inc 6 C7, C15, C20 3 Capacitor, 2.2uF, 16V, Murata GRM188R61C225KE15D 10%, 0603, X5R 7 C8, C9, C44, 6 Capacitor, 12pF, 50V, Murata GRM1555C1H120JZ01D C45, C47, C48 5%, 0402, COG 8 D0, D1, D2, D3, D4 5 Green LED 0603 Everlight 19-217/G7C-AL1M2B/3T J1, J2, J3, Jumper, 0.100, Gold, 3M 969102-0000-DA 9 J4, J5, J6, J7 7 Black, Open Kobiconn 151-8000-E Header, 2x3, 0.100, T-Hole, 10 JP1 1 Vertical Unshrouded, FCI 67996-206HLF 0.230 Mate, gold Header, 1x2, 0.100, T-Hole, 3M 961102-6404-AR 11 JP2, JP3 2 Vertical Unshrouded, 0.220 FCI 68001-102HLF Mate Anyone 1x2-head Header, 2x2, 0.100, T-Hole, FCI 67997-104HLF 12 JP4, JP5 2 Vertical Unshrouded, 0.230 Mate 4UCON 00998 13 R1, R2, R3, R4, 8 Resistor, 10k ohm, 1/10W, Yageo RC0402FR-0710KL R5, R29, R35, R44 5%, 0402 Thick Film 14 R17, R26, R36 3 100k 5% 0402 resistor smd Rohm MCR01MRTJ104 15 R18, R51 2 Resistor 0402 100 ohm 5% Rohm MCR1MRTJ101 16 R23, R21, R22, R24 4 Resistor 49.9 ohm 0402. 1 % Rohm MCR01MRTF49R9 17 R25 1 Resistor 4.87k 1% 0402 smd Rohm MCR01MRTF4871 18 R28 1 Resistor, 5.6k ohm, Panasonic ERJ-2GEJ562X 1/10W, 5%, 0402 19 R32, R43, R45, R46 4 resistor 75 ohm 0402 5% Rohm MCR01MRTJ750 20 R34, R52 2 Resistor, 1M OH, Panasonic ERJ-3GEYJ105V 1/10W, 5% 0603 SMD 21 R38 1 Resistor, 51 ohm, Panasonic ERJ-2GEJ510X 1/10W, 5%, 0402 22 R42 1 Resistor, 1M Ohm, Rohm MCR01MRTF1004 1/10W, 5%, 0402 23 R47 1 RES 1M OHM 5% 1206 TF Panasonic ERJ-8GEYJ105V 24 R49, R50 2 Resistor, 2.0k ohm, Panasonic ERJ-3GEYJ202V 1/10W, 5%, 0402 R6, R7, R8, R10, R11, Resistor, 0 ohm, 25 R15, R16, R19, R20, R39, 12 1/10W, 5%, 0402 Panasonic ERJ-2GE0R00X R40, R41 26 R9, R27, R30, R31, R33 5 Resistor, 330 ohm, Yageo RC0402FR-07330RL 1/10W, 5%, 0402 24 References, PCB Layout, and Bill of Materials SPMU365A–March 2014–Revised March 2014 Submit Documentation Feedback Copyright © 2014, Texas Instruments Incorporated www.ti.com Bill of Materials Table 4-1. Connected LaunchPad Bill of Materials (continued) Item Ref Qty Description Mfg Part Number 27 RESET, USR_SW1, 4 Switch, Tact 6mm SMT, Omron B3S-1000 USR_SW2, WAKE 160gf Tiva, MCU TM4C1294NCPDT Texas Instruments TM4C1294NCPDT 28 U1 1 128 QFP with Ethernet MAC + PHY Texas Instruments XM4C1294NCPDT 29 U10 1 Transformer, ethernet, 1 to 1. Pulse Electronics HX1198FNL SOIC 16 30 U13 1 Diode, 8 chan, +/-15KV, ESD Semtech SLVU2.8-4.TBT Protection Array, SO-8 31 U14 1 Connector, RJ45 NO MAG, TE Connectivity 1-406541-5 shielded THRU HOLE 32 U2, U3 2 IC 4CH ESD SOLUTION Texas Instruments TPD4S012DRYR W/CLAMP 6SON 33 U20 1 Stellaris TIVA MCU Texas Instruments TM4C123GH6PMI TM4C123GH6PMI 34 U22 1 USB Micro B receptacle FCI 10118194-0001LF right angle with guides 35 U4 1 Fault protected power switch, Texas Instruments TPS2052BDRBR dual channel, 8-SON 36 U5 1 3.3V LDO TI TPS73733DRV Texas Instruments TPS73733DRV fixed out 5V in Samtec SHF-105-01-S-D-SM 37 U6 1 Header 2x5, 0.050, SM, Vertical Shrouded Don Connex C44-10BSA1-G Electronics USB Micro AB receptacle. 38 U7 1 Right angle with through Hirose ZX62D-AB-5P8 guides Samtec SSW-110-23-S-D 39 X6, X7, X8, X9 4 Header, 2x10, T-Hole Vertical unshrouded stacking Major League SSHQ-110-D-08-F-LF Electronics 40 Y1 1 Crystal 25 MHz 3.2 x 2.5 mm NDK nx3225ga-25.000m-std-crg-2 41 Y2 1 Crystal 16 MHz 3.2 x 2.5 mm NDK NX3225GA-16.000M-STD-CRG-2 4 pin 42 Y3 1 Crystal, 32.768 KHz Radial Citizen Finetech CMR200T-32.768KDZY-UT Can Miyota PCB Do Not Populate List (Shown for information only) 43 C2 1 Capacitor, 0.1uF 16V, Taiyo Yuden EMK105B7104KV-F 10%, 0402 X7R Screw, #4 x 0.625" Pan 44 H1, H4, H6 3 Head, Sheet Metal, McMaster 90077A112 Phillips/Slotted (for fan) 45 R12, R13, R14 3 Resistor, 5.6k ohm, Panasonic ERJ-2GEJ562X 1/10W, 5%, 0402 46 R48 1 Resistor 0402 1% 52.3k Rohm TRR01MZPF5232 TP1, TP2, TP3, TP4, TP5, 47 TP6, TP7, TP8, TP9, 17 Terminal, Test Point Miniature Keystone 5000 TP10, TP11, TP12, TP13, Loop, Red, T-Hole TP14, TP15, TP16, TP17 Header, 2x7, 0.100, T-Hole, 48 X1 1 Vertical, Unshrouded, 0.230 FCI 67997-114HLF Mate Valvano style bread board 49 X11A 1 connect. Right Angle Samtec TSW-149-09-F-S-RE extended, 1 x 49 0.100 pitch. 50 X11B 1 valvano style breadboard Samtec TSW-149-08-F-S-RA header. SPMU365A–March 2014–Revised March 2014 References, PCB Layout, and Bill of Materials 25 Submit Documentation Feedback Copyright © 2014, Texas Instruments Incorporated Chapter 5 SPMU365A–March 2014–Revised March 2014 Schematic This section contains the complete schematics for the Tiva C Series TM4C1294 Connected LaunchPad. • Microcontroller, USB, Buttons, and LED's • BoosterPack connectors • Breadboard connector • Ethernet and Ethernet LED's • Power • In-Circuit Debug Interface 26 Schematic SPMU365A–March 2014–Revised March 2014 Submit Documentation Feedback Copyright © 2014, Texas Instruments Incorporated GND 330 GND GND SWITCH_TACTILE SWITCH_TACTILE GND 330 GND TPD4S012_DRY_6 GND GND 100 1M 3300pF TP4 TP5 TP6 TP7 D1 R33 USR_SW1 USR_SW2 D2 R27 D+ 1 D- 2 GND 4 ID 3 N.C. 5 VBUS 6 U2 R18 DM P2 DP P3 GND P5 ID P4 VBUS P1 TP14 TP15 TP16 TP17 PA0 P$33 PA1 P$34 PA2 P$35 PA3 P$36 PA4 P$37 PA5 P$38 PA6 P$40 PA7 P$41 PB0 P$95 PB1 P$96 PB2 P$91 PB3 P$92 PB4 P$121 PB5 P$120 PC0 P$100 PC1 P$99 PC2 P$98 PC3 P$97 PC4 P$25 PC5 P$24 PC6 P$23 PC7 P$22 PD0 P$1 PD1 P$2 PD2 P$3 PD3 P$4 PD4 P$125 PD5 P$126 PD6 P$127 PD7 P$128 PE0 P$15 PE1 P$14 PE2 P$13 PE3 P$12 PE4 P$123 PE5 P$124 PF0 P$42 PF1 P$43 PF2 P$44 PF3 P$45 PF4 P$46 PG0 P$49 PG1 P$50 PH0 P$29 PH1 P$30 PH2 P$31 PH3 P$32 PJ0 P$116 PJ1 P$117 PK0 P$18 PK1 P$19 PK2 P$20 PK3 P$21 PK4 P$63 PK5 P$62 PK6 P$61 PK7 P$60 PL0 P$81 PL1 P$82 PL2 P$83 PL3 P$84 PL4 P$85 PL5 P$86 PL6 P$94 PL7 P$93 PM0 P$78 PM1 P$77 PM2 P$76 PM3 P$75 PM4 P$74 PM5 P$73 PM6 P$72 PM7 P$71 PN0 P$107 PN1 P$108 PN2 P$109 PN3 P$110 PN4 P$111 PN5 P$112 PP0 P$118 PP1 P$119 PP2 P$103 PP3 P$104 PP4 P$105 PP5 P$106 PQ0 P$5 PQ1 P$6 PQ2 P$11 PQ3 P$27 PQ4 P$102 R52 C32 GPIO PA0 PA1 PA2 PA3 PA5 PA6 PA7 PA4 PB0 PB0/3.2C TARGET_VBUS/3.2C TARGET_VBUS/3.2C TARGET_VBUS/3.2C PB2 PB3 PB4 PB5 PC4 PC5 PC6 PC7 PD0 PD1 PD2 PD3 PD4 PD5 PD6 PD7 PF0 PF1 PF2 PF3 PF4 PE0 PE1 PE2 PE3 PE4 PE5 PG0 PG1 PH0 PH1 PH2 PJ0 PH3 PJ0/3.2D PJ1 PJ1/3.2D PK0 PK1 PK2 PK3 PK4 PK5 PK6 PK7 PL0 PL1 PL2 PL3 PL4 PL5 USBD_P USBD_P USBD_P USBD_N USBD_N USBD_N PM0 PM1 PM2 PM3 PM4 PM5 PM6 PM7 PP0 PP1 PP2 PP3 PP4 PP5 PN0 PN0/3.4D PN1 PN1/3.4D PN2 PN3 PN4 PN5 PQ0 PQ1 PQ2 PQ3 PQ4 TARGET_TCK/SWCLK/6.1A TARGET_TMS/SWDIO/6.1A TARGET_TDI/6.1E TARGET_TDO/SWO/6.1E TARGET_ID TARGET_ID A B C D E A B C D E 1 2 3 4 5 6 U7G$1 U1G$1 TM4C1294NCPDT See PF0 and PF4 for additional LED's used for Ethernet or user application NOTE: TPD4S012 all protection circuits are identical. Connections chosen for simple routing. convienence test points for ground TSW-110-02-S-D TSW-110-02-S-D TSW-110-02-S-D TSW-110-02-S-D 0 0 +3V3 +3V3 +5V +5V 0.1uF 0.1uF 0.1uF 0.1uF GND GND GND GND X6-1 X6-2 X6-3 X6-4 X6-5 X6-6 X6-7 X6-8 X6-9 X6-10 X6-11 X6-12 X6-13 X6-14 X6-15 X6-16 X6-17 X6-18 X6-19 X6-20 X7-1 X7-2 X7-3 X7-4 X7-5 X7-6 X7-7 X7-8 X7-9 X7-10 X7-11 X7-12 X7-13 X7-14 X7-15 X7-17 X7-16 X7-19 X7-18 X7-20 X8-1 X8-2 X8-3 X8-4 X8-5 X8-6 X8-7 X8-8 X8-9 X8-10 X8-11 X8-12 X8-13 X8-14 X8-15 X8-16 X8-17 X8-18 X8-19 X8-20 X9-1 X9-2 X9-3 X9-4 X9-5 X9-6 X9-7 X9-8 X9-9 X9-10 X9-11 X9-13 X9-12 X9-15 X9-14 X9-17 X9-16 X9-19 X9-18 X9-20 R19 R20 JP4 1 2 3 4 JP5 1 2 3 4 C23 C24 C25 C26 PB2 PB3 PL0 PP2 PH2 GND/1.6B GND/1.6B GND/1.6B GND/1.6B TARGET_RESET/3.2D TARGET_RESET/3.2D PA0/3.2C BP2_A2.5 BP2_A2.5 TARGET_RXD/6.1D TARGET_TXD/6.1D PA1/3.2C BP2_A2.6 BP2_A2.6 PE4 PE5 PC5 PC4 PM3 PM4 PM5 PL4 PD5/1.4B PC6 PD3 PC7 PE0 PE1 PE2 PE3 PD4/1.4B PD7 PF1 PF2 PF3 PG0 PL5 PL1 PL2 PL3 PH3 PD1 PD0 PN2 PN3 PD2 PP0 PP1 PQ0 PP4 PN5 PN4 PB4 PB5 PK0 PK1 PK2 PK3 PA4 PA5 PG1 PK4 PK5 PM0 PM1 PM2 PH0 PH1 PK6 PK7 PM7 PA7 PA3 PA2 PQ3 PQ2 PP3 PQ1 PM6 PP5 PA6 BoosterPack 2 Interface BoosterPack 1 Interface A B C D E A B C D E 1 2 3 4 5 6 JP4 and JP5 CAN and ICDI UART Selection: Populate Jumpers from 1-2 and 3-4 for Default Mode This enables ROM UART boot loader. UART 0 to ICDI Populate from 1-3 and 2-4 for controller area network on the boosterpack. UART2 is then availabe to ICDI. R19 and R20 can be populated to enable I2C on Right side of BP2 interface. This is for legacy support and the Sensor Hub BoosterPack. I2C and SSI are available on the corresponding BoosterPack 1 interface pins without modification to the board. PA6 and PA7 are also used by the onboard radio. Configure the radio to tri-state these GPIO before using them on the boosterpack interface. TSW-149-02-S-D +3V3 +3V3 +5V +5V 0.1uF 0.1uF 0.1uF 0.1uF GND GND GND GND X11-2 X11-1 X11-4 X11-3 X11-6 X11-5 X11-8 X11-7 X11-10 X11-9 X11-12 X11-11 X11-14 X11-13 X11-16 X11-15 X11-18 X11-17 X11-20 X11-19 X11-22 X11-21 X11-24 X11-23 X11-26 X11-25 X11-28 X11-27 X11-30 X11-29 X11-32 X11-31 X11-34 X11-33 X11-36 X11-35 X11-38 X11-37 X11-40 X11-39 X11-42 X11-41 X11-44 X11-43 X11-46 X11-45 X11-48 X11-47 X11-50 X11-49 X11-52 X11-51 X11-54 X11-53 X11-56 X11-55 X11-58 X11-57 X11-60 X11-59 X11-62 X11-61 X11-64 X11-63 X11-66 X11-65 X11-68 X11-67 X11-70 X11-69 X11-72 X11-71 X11-74 X11-73 X11-76 X11-75 X11-78 X11-77 X11-80 X11-79 X11-82 X11-81 X11-84 X11-83 X11-86 X11-85 X11-88 X11-87 X11-90 X11-89 X11-92 X11-91 X11-94 X11-93 X11-96 X11-95 X11-98 X11-97 C28 C27 C29 C30 VREF+/5.5B TARGET_RESET/2.4D GND/2.3C GND/2.3C GND/4.1A GND/2.3C GND/4.1A PB4 PB5 PH0 PH1 PH2 PH3 PC7 PC6 PC5 PC4 PA6 PA7 PG1 PM3 PM2 PM1 PM0 PL0 PL2 PL3 PQ0 PQ1 PK7 PK6 PL4 PB2 PB3 PP2 PP3 PK5 PK4 PL5 PN4 PN5 PG0 PL1 PQ2 PQ3 PN0 PN1 PN2 PN3 PQ4 WAKE/5.5A PA2 PA3 PA4 PA5 PE0 PE1 PE2 PE3 PE4 PE5 PK0 PK1 PK2 PK3 PD5 PD4 PD7 PD6 PD3 PD1 PD0 PD2 PP0 PP1 PB0 TARGET_VBUS/1.6B PF4 PF0 PF1 PF2 PF3 PA0 PA1 PP4 PP5 PJ0 PJ1 PM7 PM6 PM5 PM4 A B C D E A B C D E 1 2 3 4 5 6 NOTE: PB0 and PB1 are used in some configurations with 5V signals especially in USB Host or OTG mode. Be aware the 5V may be present on these pins depending on system jumper configuration These pins are only 5V tolerant when configured for USB mode applications. This is the breadboard connection header. Samtec TSW-149-08-F-S-RA and TSW-149-09-F-S-RE can be used together to create a breadboard connector see the Users Manual for more information. 49.9 49.9 49.4 49.9 330 GND 330 GND 0.1uF 0.1uF GND GND 0.1uF 0.1uF 75 75 GND GND 75 75 GND 4700pF 1M 1000pF R21 R22 R23 R24 D4 R30 D3 R31 C17 C16 C22 C18 P$1 P$1 P$2 P$2 P$3 P$3 P$6 P$6 P$7 P$7 P$8 P$8 P$9 P$9 P$10 P$10 P$11 P$11 P$14 P$14 P$15 P$15 P$16 P$16 P$1 1 P$2 2 P$3 3 P$4 4 P$5 5 P$6 6 P$7 7 P$8 8 R32 R43 CHASSIS 9 CHASSIS 10 RX+ 3 RX- 6 TERM1A 4 TERM1B 5 TERM2A 7 TERM2B 8 TX+ 1 TX- 2 R45 R46 C31 R47 C1 EN0RXI_N/5.3B EN0RXI_P/5.3B EN0TXO_N/5.3B EN0TXO_P/5.3B PF4/3.2C PF0/3.2C MCU_3V3/5.2A A B C D E A B C D E 1 2 3 4 5 6 U10 U13 U14 For Ethernet example Applications: LED4 is default configured as Ethernet Link OK LED3 is default configured as Ethernet TX/RX activity User may re-configure these pins / LED's for any application usage. Place pull up resistors and C16-C17 near TM4C MCU. Place C18 and C22 near pin 2 and pin 7 of U$10 U10 May be populated with either HX1188FNL or HX1198FNL. HX1198FNL preferred for best Ethernet performance. +3V3 +5V GND 0.1uF 2.2uF 0.1uF GND 330 GND 100k 4.87k 1% GND GND 0.1uF 1.0uF 2.2uF 0.1uF 0.1uF 0.1uF 0.1uF GND 0 0 GND 1M SWITCH_TACTILE 12pF 12pF 10k 0.1uF 12pF 12pF SWITCH_TACTILE GND MOUNT-HOLE3.2 MOUNT-HOLE3.2 GND GND GND GND GND TPS2052B_DRB_8 +5V 10k 100k GND 51 0.1uF GND +3V3 100k TPS73733_DRV_6 OMIT 2k MOUNT-HOLE3.2 100 CRYATL_32K_SMD C19 C20 C21 D0 R9 R17 TP3 R25 C4 C14 C15 C40 C41 C42 C43 TP9 TP10 TP11 TP12 R39 TP13 R41 R42 RESET C44 C45 NC2 P$2 NC4 P$4 OSC0 P$1 OSC1 P$3 R44 C46 C47 C48 WAKE H4 H6 *EN1 3 *EN2 4 *OC1 8 *OC2 5 EPAD 9 GND 1 IN 2 OUT1 7 OUT2 6 VIA V VIA V_2 VIA V_3 VIA V_4 VIA V_5 VIA V_6 U4 JP1 1 2 3 4 5 6 JP2 1 2 JP3 1 2 R35 R36 TP8 R38 C3 R26 EN 4 EPAD 7 GND 3 IN 6 NC 5 NR/FB 2 OUT 1 VIA V VIA V_2 U5 R48 R49 H1 R51 HIB P$65 RESET P$70 WAKE P$64 EN0RXIN P$53 EN0RXIP P$54 EN0TXON P$56 EN0TXOP P$57 GND P$17 GND P$48 GND P$55 GND P$58 GND P$80 GND P$114 GNDA P$10 OSC0 P$88 OSC1 P$89 RBIAS P$59 VBAT P$68 VDD P$7 VDD P$16 VDD P$26 VDD P$28 VDD P$39 VDD P$47 VDD P$51 VDD P$52 VDD P$69 VDD P$79 VDD P$90 VDD P$101 VDD P$113 VDD P$122 VDDA P$8 VDDC P$87 VDDC P$115 VREFA+ P$9 XOSC0 P$66 XOSC1 P$67 P$1 P$1 P$2 P$2 Y3 TARGET_VBUS/3.2C TARGET_VBUS/3.2C DEBUG_VBUS/6.4A EN0RXI_N EN0RXI_P EN0TXO_N EN0TXO_P RBIAS WAKE/3.3D MCU_3V3/6.2A MCU_3V3/4.1A VBUS VBUS VBUS PQ4/3.4D PD6/3.2B TARGET_RESET/3.2D A B C D E A B C D E 1 2 3 4 5 6 Y1 25Mhz U1G$2 Power Control Jumper: 1) To power from Debug install jumper on pins 5 - 6 2) To power from Target USB install jumper on pins 3 - 4 3) To power from BoosterPack 5V install jumper on pins 1 - 2 This is also the off position if BoosterPack does not supply power When powered from BoosterPack TPS2052B does not provide current limit protection. When powered by BoosterPack, USB host mode does not supply power to connected devices Primary 3.3V regulator Disconnect JP3 to power device from 3V3 BoosterPack JP2 can be used to measure MCU current consumption with a multi-meter. TPS2052B provides current limit for main 5V power. Also provides power switching for USB host/OTG modes For Host/OTG: PD6 configured as USB0EPEN peripheral function. PQ4 configure as individual pin interrupt. Indicates power fault on the USB bus. USB0PFLT peipheral pin not available due to pin mux and use on BoosterPacks. USB Host mode does not supply power to devices when powered from a BoosterPack For Applications that do not use USB: Configure PD6 as input with internal pull-down enabled. Turns off power to TARGET_VBUS R38 and C3 Used to meet VBAT rise time requirements R41 may be removed and precision reference applied to TP13 OMIT TSW-107-02-S-D OMIT +3V3 10k 0.1uF OMIT 0.1uF 1.0uF 12pF 12pF 0.1uF 0.1uF 0.1uF 0.1uF +3V3 +3V3 2.2uF 5.6k OMIT 5.6k OMIT 5.6k OMIT 10k 10k 10k 10k +3V3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 GND GND GND GND GND GND GND GND GND GND GND GND 0 +3V3 TPD4S012_DRY_6 5.6k 10k GND 2k GND 1M 3300pF GND TRST 9 GND 3 NC 5 RESET 10 RTCK 7 TCK 4 TDI 8 TDO 6 TMS 2 VTREF 1 U21 X1-2 X1-1 X1-4 X1-3 X1-6 X1-5 X1-8 X1-7 X1-10 X1-9 X1-12 X1-11 X1-14 X1-13 R3 C2 C5 C6 C8 C9 C10 C11 C12 C13 NC2 P$2 NC4 P$4 OSC0 P$1 OSC1 P$3 C7 R12 R13 R14 R1 R2 R4 R5 TP2 TP1 R6 R7 R8 R10 R11 R15 R16 EXTDBG P3 RESET P10 GND P5 GND1 P9 P$7 P7 TCK P4 TDI P8 TDO P6 TMS P2 VTARGET P1 R40 HIB P$33 RESET P$38 WAKE P$32 GND0 P$12 GND1 P$27 GND2 P$39 GND3 P$55 GNDA P$3 GNDX P$35 OSC0 P$40 OSC1 P$41 PA0 P$17 PA1 P$18 PA2 P$19 PA3 P$20 PA4 P$21 PA5 P$22 PA6 P$23 PA7 P$24 PB0 P$45 PB1 P$46 PB2 P$47 PB3 P$48 PB4 P$58 PB5 P$57 PB6 P$1 PB7 P$4 PC0/TCK P$52 PC1/TMS P$51 PC2/TDI P$50 PC3/TDO P$49 PC4 P$16 PC5 P$15 PC6 P$14 PC7 P$13 PD0 P$61 PD1 P$62 PD2 P$63 PD3 P$64 PD4 P$43 PD5 P$44 PD6 P$53 PD7 P$10 PE0 P$9 PE1 P$8 PE2 P$7 PE3 P$6 PE4 P$59 PE5 P$60 PF0 P$28 PF1 P$29 PF2 P$30 PF3 P$31 PF4 P$5 VBAT P$37 VDD0 P$11 VDD1 P$26 VDD2 P$42 VDD3 P$54 VDDA P$2 VDDC0 P$25 VDDC1 P$56 XOSC0 P$34 XOSC1 P$36 DM P2 DP P3 GND P5 ID P4 VBUS P1 D+ 1 D- 2 GND 4 ID 3 N.C. 5 VBUS 6 U3 R28 R29 R50 R34 C33 ICDI_TDI ICDI_TMS ICDI_TMS ICDI_TCK ICDI_TCK ICDI_TDO ICDI_TDO ICDI_RESET ICDI_RESET VCP_RXD VCP_RXD VCP_RXD VCP_TXD VCP_TXD VCP_TXD DEBUG_PC1/TMS/SWDIO DEBUG_PC1/TMS/SWDIO DEBUG_PC1/TMS/SWDIO DEBUG_PC1/TMS/SWDIO DEBUG_PC1/TMS/SWDIO DEBUG_PC3/TDO/SWO DEBUG_PC3/TDO/SWO DEBUG_PC3/TDO/SWO DEBUG_PC3/TDO/SWO DEBUG_PC3/TDO/SWO DEBUG_PC2/TDI DEBUG_PC2/TDI DEBUG_PC2/TDI DEBUG_PC2/TDI DEBUG_RESET_OUT DEBUG_RESET_OUT DEBUG_RESET_OUT DEBUG_RESET_OUT EXTERNAL_DEBUG EXTERNAL_DEBUG ICDI_VDDC VERSION_1 VERSION_1 VERSION_2 VERSION_2 VERSION_0 VERSION_0 DEBUG_ACTIVE ICDI_USBD_N ICDI_USBD_N ICDI_USBD_P TARGET_TXD/2.5D ICDI_USBD_P TARGET_TXD/2.5D TARGET_RXD/2.5D TARGET_RXD/2.5D TARGET_TCK/SWCLK/1.2A TARGET_TCK/SWCLK/1.2A TARGET_TCK/SWCLK/1.2A TARGET_TMS/SWDIO/1.2B TARGET_TMS/SWDIO/1.2B TARGET_TMS/SWDIO/1.2B TARGET_TDI/1.2B TARGET_TDI/1.2B TARGET_TDO/SWO/1.2B TARGET_TDO/SWO/1.2B TARGET_RESET/5.2A TARGET_RESET/5.2A DEBUG_VBUS/5.1B DEBUG_VBUS/5.1B DEBUG_VBUS/5.1B DEBUG_PC0/TCK/SWCLK DEBUG_PC0/TCK/SWCLK DEBUG_PC0/TCK/SWCLK DEBUG_PC0/TCK/SWCLK DEBUG_PC0/TCK/SWCLK MCU_3V3/5.6B A B C D E A B C D E 1 2 3 4 5 6 Y2 16M U6 JTAG_ARM_10PIN U20 TM4C123GH6PMI TM4C123xH6PMI U22G$1 PE4 ETM_ENn Leave Open use GPIO Internal weak pullup. PE5 LS_PRESENTn Leave Open use GPIO internal weak pullup VERSION RESISTOR TABLE: *use internal GPIO weak pullups. ALL OMITTED: Legacy mode. (Stellaris ICDI) ALL POPULATED: Everything enabled Version 0 populated: UART CTS/RTS and Analog inputs JTAG PULL-UPS Jumpers to bridge from ICDI to Target portion of LaunchPad EXTERNAL_DEBUG pull low to use external debugger to debug the target. Causes ICDI chip to tri-state the JTAG lines Use this for JTAG IN from external debugger. See X1 jumpers for information about debug out to an external target. R40 must be removed for debug out. R40 must be instaled for debug in. X1 omitted by default To debug out from ICDI to off board MCU remove 0 ohm jumper resistors. To go back from debug out to debugging the target MCU install X1 and place jumpers on all pins. Chapter 6 SPMU365A–March 2014–Revised March 2014 Revision History This history highlights the changes made to the SPMU365 user's guide to make it an SPMU365A revision. Table 6-1. Revision History SEE ADDITIONS/MODIFICATIONS/DELETIONS Table 2-3, X11 Breadboard Adapter Odd-Numbered Pad GPIO and Signal Muxing: • Updated/Changed Pin 1 from "5V" to "3V3" • Updated/Changed Pin 25 from "PC4" to "PA6" Section 2.1.6.3 • Updated/Changed Pin 27 from "PA6" to "PA7" Breadboard Connection • Updated/Changed Pin 29 from "PA7" to "PG1" • Updated/Changed Pin 61 from "EPI0S12" to "GND" Table 2-4, X11 Breadboard Adapter Even-Numbered Pad GPIO and Signal Muxing: • Updated/Changed Pin 2 from "3V3" to "5V" SPMU365A–March 2014–Revised March 2014 Revision History 27 Submit Documentation Feedback Copyright © 2014, Texas Instruments Incorporated IMPORTANT NOTICE Texas Instruments Incorporated and its subsidiaries (TI) reserve the right to make corrections, enhancements, improvements and other changes to its semiconductor products and services per JESD46, latest issue, and to discontinue any product or service per JESD48, latest issue. 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Products Applications Audio www.ti.com/audio Automotive and Transportation www.ti.com/automotive Amplifiers amplifier.ti.com Communications and Telecom www.ti.com/communications Data Converters dataconverter.ti.com Computers and Peripherals www.ti.com/computers DLP® Products www.dlp.com Consumer Electronics www.ti.com/consumer-apps DSP dsp.ti.com Energy and Lighting www.ti.com/energy Clocks and Timers www.ti.com/clocks Industrial www.ti.com/industrial Interface interface.ti.com Medical www.ti.com/medical Logic logic.ti.com Security www.ti.com/security Power Mgmt power.ti.com Space, Avionics and Defense www.ti.com/space-avionics-defense Microcontrollers microcontroller.ti.com Video and Imaging www.ti.com/video RFID www.ti-rfid.com OMAP Applications Processors www.ti.com/omap TI E2E Community e2e.ti.com Wireless Connectivity www.ti.com/wirelessconnectivity Mailing Address: Texas Instruments, Post Office Box 655303, Dallas, Texas 75265 Copyright © 2014, Texas Instruments Incorporated UTS Series Dynamic IP68/69K • UV Resistant • UL/IEC Compliant © 2011 – SOURIAU 3 How to read our catalogue ........................................ 06 UTS range overview ..................................................... 07 General technical characteristics ............................. 10 Cable assembly ............................................................... 14 2 contacts ....................................................................... 20 2 + ground contacts ................................................... 28 3 contacts ........................................................................ 36 3 + ground contacts .................................................... 52 4 contacts ........................................................................ 60 5 contacts ........................................................................ 72 6 contacts ........................................................................ 76 6 + ground contacts .................................................... 88 7 contacts ........................................................................ 92 8 contacts ........................................................................ 96 10 contacts ..................................................................... 104 12 contacts ...................................................................... 108 14 contacts ...................................................................... 116 15 contacts ...................................................................... 120 18 contacts ..................................................................... 124 19 contacts ..................................................................... 128 23 contacts ..................................................................... 132 32 contacts ..................................................................... 136 Contents UTS Series Overview Mechanics Description ...................................................................... 142 Contact plating selector guide .................................. 143 Contact selector guide ................................................ 144 Packaging ........................................................................ 144 Crimp contacts ............................................................... 145 #16 coaxial contacts ................................................... 147 PCB contacts .................................................................. 148 Fibre optic contacts ...................................................... 149 Contacts Tooling .............................................................................. 154 Assembly instruction .................................................... 156 Dimensions overmoulded harnesses ..................... 162 Extraction tools .............................................................. 162 Rated current & working voltage .............................. 163 UV resistance ................................................................. 164 UL94 + UL1977 ............................................................ 165 IEC 61984 with IP code explanation ...................... 168 What is NEMA rating ? ................................................ 170 Ethernet for the layman ............................................... 171 Technical information #16 coaxial contacts - cabling notices .................. 176 Glossary of terms .......................................................... 183 Discrimination/Keying methods ............................... 184 Part number Index.......................................................... 185 Appendices Appendices Technical information Contacts Mechanics Overview UTS Series © 2011 – SOURIAU 5 Overview UTS Series How to read our catalog .............................................................................................................. 06 UTS range overview ...................................................................................................................... 07 General technical characteristics .............................................................................................. 10 6 © 2011 – SOURIAU UTS Series Overview SOURIAU is pleased to announce the arrival of a brand new catalog containing some signifi cant improvements to simplify the connector selection process and provide easy access to key information. In this version you can see all layouts at a glance, download 2D drawings and 3D models. Then, when your choice is made, you can click on the part number and buy online. Step 3 Step 2 Easy access to supporting material such as prints and CAD models. In just two pages you can gather together details of all accessories, contacts, tools etc required for your application. Interactive zones. Clearer understanding of the range. Step 1 © 2011 – SOURIAU 7 UTS range overview The UTS series is a plastic connector range but rugged enough to withstand industrial applications. The philosophy of the UTS series is built around three key elements: Dynamic IP68/69K UV Resistant UL/IEC Compliant In most applications, our connectors are exposed to extreme climatic conditions; it was therefore key for us to select the materials best able to cope with the targeted environment. Part of our product qualifi cation process involved subjecting connectors to a simulated fi ve years of exposure to various elements including Temperature, UV and Humidity. The results were positive in that there were no visible signs of weakness, such as cracking or crazing. The outmost priority for any electrical installation is to protect personnel from any shock hazard. In North America, Underwriters Laboratories insisted that connector manufacturers, depending of the application, respect their standards. The UTS series had thus been qualifi ed and is certifi ed by this organisation. In Europe and in Asia, IEC standards are better known and trusted by end users. Like its American equivalent, the IEC refers to safety rules. The UTS series was obviously designed to respect these rules. UTS series is rated at IP68/69K… even in dynamic conditions. This means that it remain sealed even when used continuously underwater or cleaned using a high pressure hose and cable is moving. This extreme level of performance is achievable with jacketed cable or discrete wires. If this same level of performance is required even when connectors are not mated, we have UTS Hi Seal; a product designed to remain watertight if an environmental cap is not fi tted or if the equipment is likely to get wet when cables have been disconnected. Screw termination version UTS series is a wide range... Based on multiple power & signal connectors and offers everything from box mounted receptacles and cable mounted plugs to cable mounted in-line and PCB mounted receptacles. Almost all ways to accommodate wires exist: Crimp, Solder, Screw termination. UTS Series Overview The bayonet coupling system makes it simple to use. With only a 1/3 twist of the coupling ring, connectors are mated with an audible and sensitive “click”. Overview 8 © 2011 – SOURIAU Just screw the wires to the connector ! No special tools required, use a standard screwdriver UTS screw termination UTS range UTS discrete wire sealing See page 9 Sealed: IP68/69K UV resistant UL/IEC compliant Corrosion-proof Plastic housing UTS Series Plug Corrosion-proof Plastic housing UTS Hi seal Sealed Unmated Sealed unmated: IP68/69K MIL-C-26482 compatible UV resistant UL/IEC compliant Screw termination contact Solder contact Crimp contact • machined • stamped and formed • coaxial • fibre optics UTS Series Overview © 2011 – SOURIAU 9 overview Metal hold down clips - to lock the connector easily on the PCB and to release stress on solder joints - suitable for soldering in a metalised hole Pre-assembled PCB contacts - machined or stamped versions available - different solder tails lengths possible - different plating options Low profi le housing to limit space between panel and PCB Stand-offs to allow cleaning after soldering UTS PCB contacts Receptacle No fi ller plug needed Grommet Containment ring Backnut or Easy handling backshell UTS discrete wire sealing Double Sealing UTS Series Overview Overview 10 © 2011 – SOURIAU General technical Mechanical • Durability: 250 matings & unmatings per MIL-C-26482 • Vibration resistance (all UTS versions except UTS Screw termination contacts): Sinusoidal vibrations per CEI 60512-4 - from 10 to 2000 Hz • Thermal shock: 5 cycles 30 min. from -40°C to 105°C per MIL-STD1344 method 1003 Environmental • Operating temperature: from -40°C to +105°C 40/100/21 per NFF 61-030 • Flammability rating: UL94-V0 (all UTS except the Hi seal) - see page 165 UL94-HB (UTS Hi seal only) - see page 165 I2F3 according to NFF 16101 and NFF 16102 • Salt spray: 500 hours • UV resistant: No mechanical degradation or important variation of colour after 5 years of exposure in natural environment (equivalence exposure to sun and moisture as per ISO4892) • Sealing: - UTS Standard: IP68/IP69K (mated) - UTS Hi seal: IP68/IP69K (mated and unmated) - UTS Discrete wire sealing: IP67/69K (up to IP68 with easy handling backshell) - UTS Screw termination contacts: IP68/IP69K Note: IPx8: 10m underwater during 1 week • Fluid resistance: - Gasoil - Mineral oil - Acid bath - Basic bath 1 2 3 4 5 1 3 UTS Series Overview © 2011 – SOURIAU 11 characteristics Material • Body connector + Backshell: Thermoplastic • Insert: - UTS Standard, UTS Discrete wire sealing, UTS Screw termination contacts: Thermoplastic - UTS Hi seal handsolder & UTS Hi seal with PC tails contacts: Elastomer • Contacts: See page 140 • Nut: Metal • Halogen free • RoHS compliant & conform to the Chinese standard SJ/T1166-2006 (Chinese RoHS equivalent) • In accordance with: - UL 1977: Certifi cat ECBT2 File number: E169916 - CSA C22.2 n°182.3: Certifi cat ECBT8 File number: E169916 Electrical • See each layout page 1 2 4 5 UTS Series Overview Overview UTS Series © 2011 – SOURIAU 13 UTS Series Mechanics Cable assembly ................................................................................................. 14 2 contacts 8E2/8D2: 7A 32V ............................................................................................. 20 12E2/12D2: 16A 150V ............................................................................................ 24 2 contacts + ground 103: 16A 300V ............................................................................................ 28 142G1: 40A 300V ............................................................................................ 32 3 contacts 8E3/8D3: 7A 32V ............................................................................................. 36 8E3A/8E98 8D3A/8D98: 7A 50V ............................................................................................. 40 8E33/8D3.: 7A 50V ............................................................................................. 44 12E3/12D3: 16A 150V ............................................................................................ 48 3 contacts + ground 124 - 12E4/12D4: 16A 300V ............................................................................................ 52 183G1: 32A 300V ............................................................................................ 56 4 contacts 8E4/8D4: 7A 32V ............................................................................................. 60 102W2: 25A 150V ............................................................................................ 64 104: 13A 150V ............................................................................................ 68 5 contacts 14E5/14D5: 16A 150V ............................................................................................ 72 6 contacts 103W3: 5A 32V ............................................................................................. 76 106 - 10E6/10D6: 7A 32V ............................................................................................. 80 10E98/10D98: 7A 50V ............................................................................................. 84 6 contacts + ground 147 - 14E7: 16A 300V ............................................................................................ 88 7 contacts 10E7/10D7: 7A 50V ............................................................................................. 92 8 contacts 128: 10A 80V ............................................................................................. 96 12E8/12D8: 6A 32V ............................................................................................. 100 10 contacts 1210 - 12E10/12D10: 6A 50V ............................................................................................. 104 12 contacts 1412: 10A 63V ............................................................................................. 108 14E12/14D12: 4A 50V ............................................................................................. 112 14 contacts 12E14/12D14: 5A 32V ............................................................................................. 116 15 contacts 14E15/14D15: 4A 50V ............................................................................................. 120 18 contacts 14E18/14D18: 5A 50V ............................................................................................. 124 19 contacts 1419 - 14E19/14D19: 5A 32V ............................................................................................. 128 23 contacts 1823: 9A 63V ............................................................................................. 132 32 contacts 1832: 4A 32V ............................................................................................. 136 14 © 2011 – SOURIAU OUTDOOR (black outer jacket) INDOOR Cable assembly Souriau provides connectors in various applications for more than 90 years in the most extreme environment. Being conscious about the diffi culty to fi nd a quick and a reliable harness manufacturer, we decided years ago to start in house cable assembly production. It allows customers to reduce the number of suppliers, and to take advantage of the "best in class" quality of the Souriau group. Overmoulding is a process that further enhances the sealing properties of the UTS range, especially over many years of use. Overmoulding provides the opportunity to change the cable exit from straight through 90 degrees and avoid any stress on the cable terminated to the connector. Also, as the wires are encapsulated inside the moulding, a barrier is created which prevents from any liquid from entering the equipment through the connector if the cable jacket is breached. UV resistance Ambient temperature PVC PUR PTFE FEP SILICON TPE 70°C Static installation Static installation Static installation Static installation Static installation Static or dynamic installation Wet Cleaner, Immerged chlorine 90°C 180°C 205°C 260°C Chemical agression How to choose the outer jacket material UTS Series Mechanics © 2011 – SOURIAU 15 Overmolding description Discrete connector Overmoulded connector Compound Thermoplastic insert O ring Overmolding adapter PVC or PUR overmolding ...water ingress unhampered, leading to damage. ...prevents water ingress via capillary action. If cable jacket is breached... If cable jacket is breached...   UTS Series Mechanics Mechanics 16 © 2011 – SOURIAU UTS Series Mechanics Harnesses Overmoulded harnesses, straight ending Connector type Number of ways Voltage Current UL Current IEC Harmonised cable part number* Part number (length: 1m.) Male Female UTS standard 2+PE 600 V 44 A 40 A HO5 VV - F 3Gg10 HAUTS0V142G1PST100 HAUTS0V142G1SST100 2+PE 500 V 10 A 16 A HO5 VV - F 3x1.5 HAUTS0V103PST100 HAUTS0V103SST100 3+PE 500 V 10 A 16 A HO5 VV - F 3G1.5 HAUTS0V103PEPST100 HAUTS0V103PESST100 3+PE 250 V 24 A 32 A HO5 VV - F 40G0.5 HAUTS0V183G1PST100 HAUTS0V183G1SST100 3+PE 500 V 10 A 16 A HO5 VV - F 4G1.5 HAUTS0V124PEPST100 HAUTS0V124PESST100 4 500 V 10 A 13 A HO5 VV - F 4x1.5 HAUTS0V104PST100 HAUTS0V104SST100 3 500 V 10 A 5 A HO5 VV - F 7G0.5 HAUTS0V103W3PST100 HAUTS0V103W3SST100 6 250 V 5 A 7 A HO5 VV - F 7x0.5 HAUTS0V106PST100 HAUTS0V106SST100 6+PE 500 V 10 A 16 A HO5 VV - F 7G1.5 HAUTS0V147PEPST100 HAUTS0V147PESST100 8 500 V 10 A 10 A HO5 VV - F 8x1.5 HAUTS0V128PST100 HAUTS0V128SST100 10 250 V 5 A 6 A HO5 VV - F 10G0.5 HAUTS0V1210PST100 HAUTS0V1210SST100 12 500 V 10 A 10 A HO5 VV - F 12x1.5 HAUTS0V1412PST100 HAUTS0V1412SST100 19 250 V 5 A 5 A HO5 VV - F 21G0.5 HAUTS0V1419PST100 HAUTS0V1419SST100 23 500 V 10 A 9 A HO5 VV - F 25G1.5 HAUTS0V1823PST100 HAUTS0V1823SST100 32 250 V 5 A 4 A HO5 VV - F 40G0.5 HAUTS0V1832PST100 HAUTS0V1832SST100 UTS Hi seal 2 250 V 7 A 7 A H05 VV - F 2x0.5 HAUTS0V8E2PST100 HAUTS0V8E2SST100 2 650 V 13 A 16 A HO5 VV - F 2x1.5 HAUTS0V12E2PST100 HAUTS0V12E2SST100 3 250 V 7 A 7 A HO5 VV - F 3x0.5 HAUTS0V8E3PST100 HAUTS0V8E3SST100 3 250 V 7 A 7 A HO5 VV - F 3x0.5 HAUTS0V8E3APST100 HAUTS0V8E3ASST100 3 250 V 7 A 7 A HO5 VV - F 3x0.5 HAUTS0V8E33PST100 HAUTS0V8E33SST100 3 650 V 13 A 16 A HO5 VV - F 3x1.5 HAUTS0V12E3PST100 HAUTS0V12E3SST100 4 250 V 7 A 7 A HO5 VV - F 4x0.5 HAUTS0V8E4PST100 HAUTS0V8E4SST100 5 650 V 12 A 16 A HO5 VV - F 4G1.5 HAUTS0V14E5PST100 HAUTS0V14E5SST100 6 250 V 5 A 7 A HO5 VV - F 7x0.5 HAUTS0V10E6PST100 HAUTS0V10E6SST100 6 250 V 6 A 7 A HO5 VV - F 7x0.5 HAUTS0V10E98PST100 HAUTS0V10E98SST100 6+PE 500 V 10 A 16 A HO5 VV - F 7G1.5 HAUTS0V14E7PEPST100 HAUTS0V14E7PESST100 7 250 V 6 A 7 A HO5 VV - F 7x0.5 HAUTS0V10E7PST100 HAUTS0V10E7SST100 8 250 V 5 A 6 A HO5 VV - F 10G0.5 HAUTS0V12E8PST100 HAUTS0V12E8SST100 10 250 V 5 A 6 A HO5 VV - F 10G0.5 HAUTS0V12E10PST100 HAUTS0V12E10SST100 12 250 V 5 A 4 A HO5 VV - F 12G0.5 HAUTS0V14E12PST100 HAUTS0V14E12SST100 14 250 V 5 A 5 A HO5 VV - F 14G0.5 HAUTS0V12E14PST100 HAUTS0V12E14SST100 15 650 V 12 A 4 A HO5 VV - F 18G0.5 HAUTS0V14E15PST100 HAUTS0V14E15SST100 18 250 V 4 A 4 A HO5 VV - F 18G0.5 HAUTS0V14E18PST100 HAUTS0V14E18SST100 19 250 V 4 A 5 A HO5 VV - F 40G0.5 HAUTS0V14E19PST100 HAUTS0V14E19SST100 * see page 18 3 m & 5 m version available on demand Eg: 3m HAUTS0V...300 5m HAUTS0V...500 © 2011 – SOURIAU 17 UTS Series Mechanics Harnesses Overmoulded harnesses, right angle ending Connector type Number of ways Voltage Current UL Current IEC Harmonised cable part number* Part number (length: 1m.) Male Female UTS standard 2+PE 600 V 44 A 40 A HO5 VV - F 3Gg10 HAUTS0V142G1PRA100 HAUTS0V142G1SRA100 2+PE 500 V 10 A 16 A HO5 VV - F 3x1.5 HAUTS0V103PRA100 HAUTS0V103SRA100 3+PE 500 V 10 A 16 A HO5 VV - F 3G1.5 HAUTS0V183G1PRA100 HAUTS0V183G1SRA100 3+PE 250 V 24 A 32 A HO5 VV - F 40G0.5 HAUTS0V183G1PRA100 HAUTS0V183G1SRA100 3+PE 500 V 10 A 16 A HO5 VV - F 4G1.5 HAUTS0V124PEPRA100 HAUTS0V124PESRA100 4 500 V 10 A 13 A HO5 VV - F 4x1.5 HAUTS0V104PRA100 HAUTS0V104SRA100 3 500 V 10 A 5 A HO5 VV - F 7G0.5 HAUTS0V103W3PRA100 HAUTS0V103W3SRA100 6 250 V 5 A 7 A HO5 VV - F 7x0.5 HAUTS0V106PRA100 HAUTS0V106SRA100 6+PE 500 V 10 A 16 A HO5 VV - F 7G1.5 HAUTS0V147PEPRA100 HAUTS0V147PESRA100 8 500 V 10 A 10 A HO5 VV - F 8x1.5 HAUTS0V128PRA100 HAUTS0V128SRA100 10 250 V 5 A 6 A HO5 VV - F 10G0.5 HAUTS0V1210PRA100 HAUTS0V1210SRA100 12 500 V 10 A 10 A HO5 VV - F 12x1.5 HAUTS0V1412PRA100 HAUTS0V1412SRA100 19 250 V 5 A 5 A HO5 VV - F 21G0.5 HAUTS0V1419PRA100 HAUTS0V1419SRA100 23 500 V 10 A 9 A HO5 VV - F 25G1.5 HAUTS0V1823PRA100 HAUTS0V1823SRA100 32 250 V 5 A 4 A HO5 VV - F 40G0.5 HAUTS0V1832PRA100 HAUTS0V1832SRA100 UTS Hi seal 2 250 V 7 A 7 A H05 VV - F 2x0.5 HAUTS0V8E2PRA100 HAUTS0V8E2SRA100 2 650 V 13 A 16 A HO5 VV - F 2x1.5 HAUTS0V12E2PRA100 HAUTS0V12E2SRA100 3 250 V 7 A 7 A HO5 VV - F 3x0.5 HAUTS0V8E3PRA100 HAUTS0V8E3SRA100 3 250 V 7 A 7 A HO5 VV - F 3x0.5 HAUTS0V8E3APRA100 HAUTS0V8E3ASRA100 3 250 V 7 A 7 A HO5 VV - F 3x0.5 HAUTS0V8E33PRA100 HAUTS0V8E33SRA100 3 650 V 13 A 16 A HO5 VV - F 3x1.5 HAUTS0V12E3PRA100 HAUTS0V12E3SRA100 4 250 V 7 A 7 A HO5 VV - F 4x0.5 HAUTS0V8E4PRA100 HAUTS0V8E4SRA100 5 650 V 12 A 16 A HO5 VV - F 4G1.5 HAUTS0V14E5PRA100 HAUTS0V14E5SRA100 6 250 V 5 A 7 A HO5 VV - F 7x0.5 HAUTS0V10E6PRA100 HAUTS0V10E6SRA100 6 250 V 6 A 7 A HO5 VV - F 7x0.5 HAUTS0V10E98PRA100 HAUTS0V10E98SRA100 6+PE 500 V 10 A 16 A HO5 VV - F 7G1.5 HAUTS0V14E7PEPRA100 HAUTS0V14E7PESRA100 7 250 V 6 A 7 A HO5 VV - F 7x0.5 HAUTS0V10E7PRA100 HAUTS0V10E7SRA100 8 250 V 5 A 6 A HO5 VV - F 10G0.5 HAUTS0V12E8PRA100 HAUTS0V12E8SRA100 10 250 V 5 A 6 A HO5 VV - F 10G0.5 HAUTS0V12E10PRA100 HAUTS0V12E10SRA100 12 250 V 5 A 4 A HO5 VV - F 12G0.5 HAUTS0V14E12PRA100 HAUTS0V14E12SRA100 14 250 V 5 A 5 A HO5 VV - F 14G0.5 HAUTS0V12E14PRA100 HAUTS0V12E14SRA100 15 650 V 12 A 4 A HO5 VV - F 18G0.5 HAUTS0V14E15PRA100 HAUTS0V14E15SRA100 18 250 V 4 A 4 A HO5 VV - F 18G0.5 HAUTS0V14E18PRA100 HAUTS0V14E18SRA100 19 250 V 4 A 5 A HO5 VV - F 40G0.5 HAUTS0V14E19PRA100 HAUTS0V14E19SRA100 * see page 18 3 m & 5 m version available on demand Eg: 3m HAUTS0V...300 5m HAUTS0V...500 Mechanics 18 © 2011 – SOURIAU UTS Series Mechanics Standardization of European cable - DIN VDE 0281/DIN VDE 0282/DIN VDE 0292 1. Basic type 2. Working voltage 3. Insulating 4. Sheathcladding material 5. Special features 6. Conductor types 7. Number of conductors 8. Protective conductor 9. Conductor crosssectional H: Harmonized Type 03: 300/300 V. V: PVC V: PVC H: Ribbon cable, separable U: Single wire X: Without protective conductor Area specifi ed in mm2 A: National Type 05: 300/500 V. R: Rubber R: Rubber H2: Ribbon cable non-separable R: Multi-wire G: With protective conductor 07: 450/750 V. S: Silicone Rubber N: Cloroprene Rubber K: Fine wire (permanently installed) J: Glass-fi lament braiding F: Fine wire (fl exible) T: Textile braiding H: Super fi ne wire Y: Tinsel strand 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Harmonized wire coding system Example: Harmonized type, 300/500V, PVC insulating, PVC sheath- cladding, Fine wire, 3x1.5 cross-sectional: H05VVF3x1.5 Cable information Range of temperature: Occasional fl exing: -5°C up to +70°C Fixed installation: -40°C up to +80°C Rated voltage: U0/U: 300/500 V Wire section : Arrangement with #16 contact: wire section 1.5 mm² Arrangement with #20 contact: wire section 0.5 mm² Harmonized reference: H05 VVF XX © 2011 – SOURIAU 19 UTS Series Mechanics Standardization of American cable Nomenclature Key Defi nitions of Cable Types S: Service Grade (also means extra hard service when not followed by J, V, or P) J: Hard Service V: Vacuum cleaner cord (also light duty cable) P: Parallel cord (also known as zip cord) – Always light duty E: Thermoplastic Elastomer (UL/NEC designation ONLY) O: Oil Resistant* T: Thermoplastic W: Outdoor-includes sunlight resistant jacket and wet location rated conductors (formerly "W-A") H: Heater cable VW-1: Flame retardant FT2: Flame retardant SVT: Thermoplastic insulated vacuum cleaner cord, with or without 3rd conductor for grounding purposes; 300V. (PVC) SJT: Junior hard service, thermoplastic insulated conductors and jacket. 300V. (PVC) SJTW: Same as SJT except outdoor rated. (PVC) SJTO: Same as SJT but oil resistant outer jacket. (PVC) SJTOW: Same as SJTO except outdoor rated. (PVC) ST: Hard service cord with all thermoplastic construction, 600V. (PVC) STW: Same as ST except outdoor rated. (PVC) STO: Same as ST but with oil resistant outer jacket. (PVC) STOW: Same as STO except outdoor rated. (PVC) Mechanics 20 © 2011 – SOURIAU OR OR WITH Layout Specifi cations UTS Series 8E2/8D2 Contact type Connector type Backshell Part number Male insert Female insert Handsolder electrical contacts loaded Square fl ange receptacle Without (Fig.1) UTS08E2P UTS08E2S Plug Without (Fig.6) UTS68E2P UTS68E2S Cable gland (Fig.7) UTS6JC8E2P UTS6JC8E2S Jam nut receptacle Without (Fig.3) UTS78E2P UTS78E2S PCB contacts loaded Square fl ange receptacle Without (Fig.2) UTS08D2P UTS08D2S Jam nut receptacle with stand off and with hold down clips Without (Fig.5) UTS78D2P32 UTS78D2S32 Jam nut receptacle with stand off and withouthold down clip Without (Fig.4) UTS78D2P UTS78D2S Sealed unmated © 2011 – SOURIAU 21 Dimensions Note: all dimensions are in mm UTS Series 8E2/8D2 Square fl ange receptacle - UTS0 Front view 11.7 11.7 20.7 Ø12 Ø12 15.3 2.4 2.4 Ø3.2 7.5 7.5 7.8 Fig. 1 Fig. 2 Jam nut receptacle - UTS7 Front view 24.2 24.2 18 Ø12 3.5 3.4 Fig. 3 Fig. 4 Fig. 5 18 4.2 Ø12 3.5 3.4 18 Ø12 3.5 3.4 Plug - UTS6 25.3 54 Fig. 7 Fig. 6 Ø22.5 Mated connector length 61.1 66.6 UTS7 UTS0 Drilling pattern 1.5 Ø13.5 Ø22 Ø17.7 15° 15° Ø4 Ø3.1 1.5 Panel cut out 15.3 15.3 Ø3.3 Square fl ange receptacle - UTS0 Jam nut receptacle - UTS7 13.7 14.6 Front mounting Ø12.5 Rear mounting Ø14.5 Mechanics 2 contacts 7A/32V per IEC 61984 22 © 2011 – SOURIAU Jam nut sealing caps Square fl ange sealing cap Plug protective cap Accessories Electrical characteristics UL 7A 250V UL94 HB CSA 7A 250V UL94 HB IEC 7A 32V 1.5kV 3 UTS 8E2/8D2 derating curves Test conditions Contact used: Machined contacts Wires used: 0.518mm² 0 20 40 60 80 100 120 0 6 10 18 Current (A) Ambient Operating Temperature (°C) 12 14 16 2 4 8 Metal terminal IP40 Part number UTS8DCGE Part number UTS68C Metal terminal Part number UTS8DCG Part number UTS8DCGR UTS Series 8E2/8D2 Part numbers Receptacle cap Plug cap 85005585A 85005594 Plastic protective cap Part numbers / neoprene UTFD11B Gasket Current use Limited use Not recommended use © 2011 – SOURIAU 23 UTS Series 8E2/8D2 Mechanics 24 © 2011 – SOURIAU OR WITH OR Layout UTS Series 12E2/12D2 Specifi cations Contact type Connector type Backshell Part number Male insert Female insert Handsolder electrical contacts loaded Square fl ange receptacle Without (Fig.1) UTS012E2P UTS012E2S Plug Without (Fig.6) UTS612E2P UTS612E2S Cable gland (Fig.7) UTS6JC12E2P UTS6JC12E2S Jam nut receptacle Without (Fig.3) UTS712E2P UTS712E2S PCB contacts loaded Square fl ange receptacle Without (Fig.2) UTS012D2P UTS012D2S Jam nut receptacle with stand off and with hold down clips Without (Fig.5) UTS712D2P32 UTS712D2S32 Jam nut receptacle with stand off and without hold down clip Without (Fig.4) UTS712D2P UTS712D2S Sealed unmated © 2011 – SOURIAU 25 UTS Series 12E2/12D2 Dimensions Note: all dimensions are in mm 2 contacts 16A/150V per IEC 61984 Square fl ange receptacle - UTS0 Front view 11.7 11.7 26.4 Ø19 Ø19 20.8 2.4 2.4 Ø3.2 7.5 7.5 7.8 Fig. 1 Fig. 2 Plug - UTS6 Mated connector length 25.3 66.7 75.3 81.7 Fig. 7 Fig. 6 Ø30.1 UTS7 UTS0 Panel cut out Drilling pattern 20.8 15.3 Ø3.3 Jam nut receptacle - UTS7 21.4 22.7 2.3 Ø22 Ø30.5 Ø26.2 30° 68° 10 Ø3.1 2.3 1.4 Square fl ange receptacle - UTS0 22° Front mounting Ø18.3 Rear mounting Ø22.3 Jam nut receptacle - UTS7 Front view 27.2 31.9 18 18 18 Ø19 Ø19 Ø19 3.5 3.5 3.5 3 3 3 4.2 Fig. 3 Fig. 4 Fig. 5 Mechanics 26 © 2011 – SOURIAU Metal terminal UTS Series 12E2/12D2 Accessories Metal terminal 0 20 40 60 80 100 120 0 10 20 30 Current (A) Ambient Operating Temperature (°C) Color coding rings * Add G for Green, Y for Yellow, R for Red Part numbers Receptacles Plugs UTS712CCRR UTS612CCRR UTS712CCRY UTS612CCRY UTS712CCRG UTS612CCRG G for Green Y for Yellow R for Red Plug sealing cap Square fl ange sealing cap Part number UTS612DCG Part number UTS12DCGE Jam nut sealing caps Part number UTS12DCG Part number UTS12DCGR Part numbers Receptacle cap Plug cap 85005587A 85005596 Plastic protective cap Part numbers / neoprene UTFD13B Gasket Electrical characteristics UL 13A 650V UL94 HB CSA 13A 650V UL94 HB IEC 16A 150V 2.5kV 3 UTS 12E2/12D2 derating curves Test conditions Contact used: Machined contacts Wires used: 1.31mm² Current use Limited use Not recommended use © 2011 – SOURIAU 27 UTS Series 12E2/12D2 Mechanics 28 © 2011 – SOURIAU OR OR WITH Layout UTS Series 103 Specifi cations Contact type Connector type Backshell Part number Male insert Female insert Crimp contacts supply separately see page 31 Free hanging receptacle Cable gland (Fig.1) UTS1JC103P UTS1JC103S Plug Without (Fig.2) UTS6103P UTS6103S Cable gland (Fig.3) UTS6JC103P UTS6JC103S PCB contacts supply separately see page 31 Jam nut receptacle Without (Fig.4) UTS7103P UTS7103S © 2011 – SOURIAU 29 UTS Series 103 Dimensions Note: all dimensions are in mm 2 + ground 16A/300V per IEC 61984 Free hanging - UTS1 70 Ø15.1 Fig. 1 Mated connector length - UTS7 77.3 Jam nut receptacle - UTS7 Fig. 4 18.3 12.3 27.2 22.5 Ø15.1 3.5 Panel cut out Drilling pattern Jam nut receptacle - UTS7 16.7 17.9 2.6 2.6 1.5 3 Plug - UTS6 Female Male Fig. 2 Fig. 3 33 63.2 25.3 Ø26.2 Ø26.2 Mechanics 30 © 2011 – SOURIAU UTS Series 103 Accessories and tooling Crimp tooling Contacts Contact size Part number of head RM/RC 28M1K(1) Standard contacts #16 Ø 1.6mm S16RCM20 RM/RC 24M9K(1) S16RCM20 RM/RC 20M13K(1) S16RCM20 RM/RC 20M12K(1) S16RCM20 RM/RC 16M23K(1) S16RCM16 RM/RC 14M50K(1) S16RCM1450 RM/RC 14M30K(1) S16RCM14 SM/SC 24ML1TK6(1) S16SCM20 SM/SC 20ML1TK6(1) S16SCM20 SM/SC 16ML1TK6(1) S16SCML1 SM/SC 14ML1TK6(1) S16SCML1 SM/SC 16ML11TK6(1) S16SCML11 RMDXK10D28K Coaxial contacts M10S-1J RCDXK1D28K M10S-1J RM/RC DX60xxD28K M10S-1J RM/RC DXK10D28 + york090 M10S-1J RM/RC DX60xxD28 M10S-1J (1): example of plating, for other plating see UTS catalog page 143 Jam nut sealing caps Metal terminal Part number UTS10DCG Part number UTS10DCGR Plug sealing cap Part number UTS610DCG Part numbers Receptacle cap Plug cap 85005586A 85005595 Plastic protective cap Part numbers / neoprene UTFD12B Gasket Color coding rings * Add G for Green, Y for Yellow, R for Red Part numbers Receptacles Plugs UTS710CCRR UTS610CCRR UTS710CCRY UTS610CCRY UTS710CCRG UTS610CCRG G for Green Y for Yellow R for Red Handle Tool kit Part number TOOLKIT Part number SHANDLES © 2011 – SOURIAU 31 Contacts UTS Series 103 UL 10A 500V UL94 V-0 CSA 7A 500V UL94 V-0 IEC 16A 300V 4kV 3 Temperature elevation: 50°C Electrical characteristics UTS 103 derating curves Test conditions Contact used: Machined contacts Wires used: 1.31mm² Current use Limited use Not recommended use 0 20 40 60 80 100 0 3 5 8 10 13 15 18 20 23 25 28 30 Current (A) Ambient Operating Temperature (°C) 120 #16 Contact type AWG Part number Max wire Ø Max Male Female insulator Ø Crimp Machined 30-28 RM28M1K(1) RC28M1K(1) 0.55 1.1 26-24 RM24M9K(1) RC24M9K(1) 0.8 1.6 22-20 RM20M13K(1) RC20M13K(1) 1.18 1.8 22-20 RM20M12K(1) RC20M12K(1) 1.18 2.2 20-16 RM16M23K(1) RC16M23K(1) 1.8 3.2 16-14 RM14M50K(1) RC14M50K(1) 2.05 3.2 16-14 RM14M30K(1) RC14M30K(1) 2.28 3.2 Stamped & formed reeled contacts 26-24 SM24M1TK6(1)(2) SC24M1TK6(1)(2) 0.89-1.28 - 22-20 SM20M1TK6(1)(2) SC20M1TK6(1)(2) 1.17-2.08 - 18-16 SM16M1TK6(1)(2) SC16M1TK6(1)(2) 3.0 - 18-16 SM16M11TK6(1)(2) SC16M11TK6(1)(2) 2.0-3.0 - 14 SM14M1TK6(1)(2) SC14M1TK6(1)(2) 3.2 - PCB Machined (3) - RM20M12E8K(1) RC20M12E84K(1) - - Coaxial Cable Multipiece - RMDXK10D28 RCDXK1D28 - - Cable Monocrimp - RMDX60xxD28 RCDX60xxD28 - - Twisted pair Multipiece - RMDXK10D28 + york090 RCDXK1D28 + york090 - - Twisted pair Monocrimp - RMDX60xxD28 RCDX60xxD28 - - Fiber optic POF contacts Plastic optical fi bre - RMPOF1000 RCPOF1000B - - (1): Example of plating, for other plating see page 143 (2): Loose piece contact available if putting L. Example: SM20ML1-TK6 (3): For dimensions see page 148 Mechanics 2 + ground 16A/300V per IEC 61984 32 © 2011 – SOURIAU OR WITH OR UTS Series 142G1 Specifi cations Contact type Connector type Backshell Part number Male insert Female insert Crimp contacts supply separately see page 35 Free hanging receptacle Cable gland (Fig.1) UTS1JC142G1P UTS1JC142G1S Plug Without (Fig.3) UTS6142G1P UTS6142G1S Cable gland (Fig.4) UTS6JC142G1P UTS6JC142G1S Jam nut receptacle Without (Fig.2) UTS7142G1P UTS7142G1S NPT threaded receptacle Without (Fig.5) UTS7142G1SNPT Layout © 2011 – SOURIAU 33 UTS Series 142G1 Dimensions Note: all dimensions are in mm Plug - UTS6 Female Male Fig. 3 Fig. 4 33 70 25.3 Ø31.5 Ø35.1 Free hanging - UTS1 70 Ø31.5 Fig. 1 Jam nut receptacle - UTS7 Fig. 2 18 1.6 35.1 30.4 Ø22.3 3.5 Panel cut out Jam nut receptacle - UTS7 24.5 25.9 Drilling pattern 3.6 3.6 2.1 4.2 NPT threaded receptacle - UTS7 Fig. 5 35.3 25.4 25.4 Ø22.3 23.1 Mechanics 2 + ground 40A/300V per IEC 61984 34 © 2011 – SOURIAU UTS Series 142G1 Accessories and tooling Jam nut sealing caps Metal terminal Part number UTS14DCG Part number UTS14DCGR Hand tool Part number M317 Positioner + locator setting Part number VGE10078A Extraction tool Part number 51060210936 Plug sealing cap Part number UTS614DCG Part numbers Receptacle cap Plug cap 85005588A 85005597 Plastic protective cap Part numbers / neoprene UTFD14B Gasket Color coding rings * Add G for Green, Y for Yellow, R for Red Part numbers Receptacles Plugs UTS714CCRR UTS614CCRR UTS714CCRY UTS614CCRY UTS714CCRG UTS614CCRG G for Green Y for Yellow R for Red © 2011 – SOURIAU 35 UL 44A 600V UL94 V-0 CSA 30A 600V UL94 V-0 IEC 40A 300V 4kV 3 Electrical characteristics UTS 142G1 derating curves Current use Limited use Not recommended use UTS Series 142G1 Test conditions Contact used: Machined contacts Wires used: 8.37mm² 0 20 40 60 80 100 120 0 10 15 20 25 30 35 40 45 50 Current (A) Ambient Operating Temperature (°C) 5 Contacts #8 Contact type AWG Part number Max wire Ø Max Male Female insulator Ø Crimp Machined 16 82913601A(1) 82913600A(1) - 6.5 14 82913603A(1) 82913602A(1) - 12 82913605A(1) 82913604A(1) - 10 82913607A(1) 82913606A(1) - 8 82913609A(1) 82913608A(1) - (1): Example of plating, for other plating see page 143 Mechanics 2 + ground 40A/300V per IEC 61984 36 © 2011 – SOURIAU OR WITH OR UTS Series 8E3/8D3 Specifi cations Contact type Connector type Backshell Part number Male insert Female insert Handsolder electrical contacts loaded Square fl ange receptacle Without (Fig.1) UTS08E3P UTS08E3S Plug Without (Fig.6) UTS68E3P UTS68E3S Cable gland (Fig.7) UTS6JC8E3P UTS6JC8E3S Jam nut receptacle Without (Fig.3) UTS78E3P UTS78E3S PCB contacts loaded Square fl ange receptacle Without (Fig.2) UTS08D3P UTS08D3S Jam nut receptacle with stand off and with hold down clips Without (Fig.5) UTS78D3P32 UTS78D3S32 Jam nut receptacle with stand off and without hold down clip Without (Fig.4) UTS78D3P UTS78D3S Layout Sealed unmated © 2011 – SOURIAU 37 UTS Series 8E3/8D3 Dimensions Note: all dimensions are in mm 3 contacts 7A/32V per IEC 61984 Square fl ange receptacle - UTS0 Front view 11.7 11.7 20.7 Ø12 Ø12 15.3 2.4 2.4 Ø3.2 7.5 Fig. 1 Fig. 2 7.5 7.8 Plug - UTS6 25.3 54 Fig. 7 Fig. 6 Ø22.5 Mated connector length 61.1 66.6 UTS7 UTS0 Panel cut out Drilling pattern 15.3 15.3 Ø3.3 Jam nut receptacle - UTS7 13.7 14.6 1.6 Ø13.5 Ø22 Ø17.7 15° 15° Ø4 Ø3.1 1.6 1.9 0.9 Square fl ange receptacle - UTS0 Front mounting Ø12.5 Rear mounting Ø14.5 Jam nut receptacle - UTS7 Front view 24.2 24.2 18 Ø12 3.5 3.4 Fig. 3 Fig. 4 Fig. 5 18 4.2 Ø12 3.5 3.4 18 Ø12 3.5 3.4 Mechanics 38 © 2011 – SOURIAU UTS 8E3/8D3 derating curves UTS Series 8E3/8D3 Test conditions Contact used: Machined contacts Wires used: 0.518mm² 0 20 40 60 80 100 120 0 6 10 18 Current (A) Ambient Operating Temperature (°C) 12 14 16 2 4 8 Jam nut sealing caps Square fl ange sealing cap Plug protective cap Accessories Electrical characteristics Metal terminal IP40 Part number UTS8DCGE Part number UTS68C Metal terminal Part number UTS8DCG Part number UTS8DCGR Part numbers Receptacle cap Plug cap 85005585A 85005594 Plastic protective cap Part numbers / neoprene UTFD11B Gasket UL 7A 250V UL94 HB CSA 7A 250V UL94 HB IEC 7A 32V 1.5kV 3 Current use Limited use Not recommended use © 2011 – SOURIAU 39 UTS Series 8E3/8D3 Mechanics 40 © 2011 – SOURIAU OR WITH OR UTS Series 8E3A/8E98 - 8D3A/8D98 Specifi cations Contact type Connector type Backshell Part number Male insert Female insert Handsolder electrical contacts loaded Square fl ange receptacle Without (Fig.1) UTS08E3AP UTS08E3AS UTS08E98P UTS08E98S Plug Without (Fig.6) UTS68E3AP UTS68E3AS UTS68E98P UTS68E98S Cable gland (Fig.7) UTS6JC8E3AP UTS6JC8E3AS UTS6JC8E98P UTS6JC8E98S Jam nut receptacle Without (Fig.3) UTS78E3AP UTS78E3AS UTS78E98P UTS78E98S PCB contacts loaded Square fl ange receptacle Without (Fig.2) UTS08D3AP UTS08D3AS UTS08D98P UTS08D98S Jam nut receptacle with stand off and with hold down clips Without (Fig.5) UTS78D3AP32 UTS78D3AS32 UTS78D98P32 UTS78D98S32 Jam nut receptacle with stand off and without hold down clip Without (Fig.4) UTS78D3AP UTS78D3AS UTS78D98P UTS78D98S Layout Sealed unmated © 2011 – SOURIAU 41 UTS Series 8E3A/8E98 - 8D3A/8D98 Dimensions Note: all dimensions are in mm Jam nut receptacle - UTS7 Front view 24.2 24.2 18 Ø12 3.5 3 Fig. 3 Fig. 4 Fig. 5 18 4.2 Ø12 3.5 3 18 Ø12 3.5 3 Square fl ange receptacle - UTS0 Front view 11.7 11.7 20.7 Ø12 Ø12 15.3 2.4 2.4 Ø3.2 7.5 Fig. 1 Fig. 2 7.5 7.8 Panel cut out Drilling pattern 15.3 15.3 Ø3.3 Jam nut receptacle - UTS7 13.7 14.6 1.6 Ø13.5 Ø22 Ø17.7 15° 15° Ø4 Ø3.1 1.6 1.9 0.9 Square fl ange receptacle - UTS0 Front mounting Ø12.5 Rear mounting Ø14.5 Plug - UTS6 Mated connector length 25.3 54 Fig. 7 Fig. 6 Ø22.5 66.6 UTS7 UTS0 61.1 Mechanics 3 contacts 7A/50V per IEC 61984 42 © 2011 – SOURIAU UTS Series 8E3A/8E98 - 8D3A/8D98 UTS 8E3A/98 - 8D3A/98 derating curves Jam nut sealing caps Square fl ange sealing cap Plug protective cap Accessories Electrical characteristics Metal terminal IP40 Part number UTS8DCGE Part number UTS68C Metal terminal Part number UTS8DCG Part number UTS8DCGR Part numbers Receptacle cap Plug cap 85005585A 85005594 Plastic protective cap Part numbers / neoprene UTFD11B Gasket UL 7A 250V UL94 HB CSA 7A 250V UL94 HB IEC 7A 50V 1.5kV 3 Current use Limited use Not recommended use 0 20 40 60 80 100 120 0 6 10 18 Current (A) Ambient Operating Temperature (°C) 12 14 16 2 4 8 Test conditions Contact used: Machined contacts Wires used: 0.518mm² © 2011 – SOURIAU 43 UTS Series 8E3A/8E98 - 8D3A/8D98 Mechanics 44 © 2011 – SOURIAU OR WITH OR UTS Series 8E33/8D33 Specifi cations Contact type Connector type Backshell Part number Male insert Female insert Handsolder electrical contacts loaded Square fl ange receptacle Without (Fig.1) UTS08E33P UTS08E33S Plug Without (Fig.6) UTS68E33P UTS68E33S Cable gland (Fig.7) UTS6JC8E33P UTS6JC8E33S Jam nut receptacle Without (Fig.3) UTS78E33P UTS78E33S PCB contacts loaded Square fl ange receptacle Without (Fig.2) UTS08D33P UTS08D33S Jam nut receptacle with stand off and with hold down clips Without (Fig.5) UTS78D33P32 UTS78D33S32 Jam nut receptacle with stand off and without hold down clip Without (Fig.4) UTS78D33P UTS78D33S Layout Sealed unmated © 2011 – SOURIAU 45 UTS Series 8E33/8D33 Dimensions Note: all dimensions are in mm Jam nut receptacle - UTS7 Front view 24.2 24.2 18 Ø12 3.5 3.4 Fig. 3 Fig. 4 Fig. 5 18 4.2 Ø12 3.5 3.4 18 Ø12 3.5 3.4 Square fl ange receptacle - UTS0 Front view 11.7 11.7 20.7 Ø12 Ø12 15.3 2.4 2.4 Ø3.2 7.5 Fig. 1 Fig. 2 7.5 7.8 Plug - UTS6 Mated connector length 25.3 54 61.1 66.6 Fig. 7 UTS7 Fig. 6 Ø22.5 UTS0 Panel cut out Drilling pattern 15.3 15.3 Ø3.3 Jam nut receptacle - UTS7 13.7 14.6 1.6 Ø13.5 Ø22 Ø17.7 15° 15° Ø4 Ø3.1 1.6 1.9 0.9 Square fl ange receptacle - UTS0 Front mounting Ø12.5 Rear mounting Ø14.5 Mechanics 3 contacts 7A/50V per IEC 61984 46 © 2011 – SOURIAU UTS Series 8E33/8D33 UTS 8E33/8D33 de-rating curves Jam nut sealing caps Square fl ange sealing cap Plug protective cap Accessories Electrical characteristics Metal terminal IP40 Part number UTS8DCGE Part number UTS68C Metal terminal Part number UTS8DCG Part number UTS8DCGR Part numbers Receptacle cap Plug cap 85005585A 85005594 Plastic protective cap Part numbers / neoprene UTFD11B Gasket UL 7A 250V UL94 HB CSA 7A 250V UL94 HB IEC 7A 50V 1.5kV 3 Current use Limited use Not recommended use Test conditions Contact used: Machined contacts Wires used: 0.518mm² 0 20 40 60 80 100 120 0 6 10 18 Current (A) Ambient Operating Temperature (°C) 12 14 16 2 4 8 © 2011 – SOURIAU 47 UTS Series 8E33/8D33 Mechanics 48 © 2011 – SOURIAU UTS Series 12E3/12D3 OR WITH Specifi cations OR Contact type Connector type Backshell Part number Male insert Female insert Handsolder electrical contacts loaded Square fl ange receptacle Without (Fig.6) UTS012E3P UTS012E3S Plug Without (Fig.1) UTS612E3P UTS612E3S Cable gland (Fig.2) UTS6JC12E3P UTS6JC12E3S Jam nut receptacle Without (Fig.3) UTS712E3P UTS712E3S PCB contacts loaded Square fl ange receptacle Without (Fig.7) UTS012D3P UTS012D3S Jam nut receptacle with stand off and with hold down clips Without (Fig.5) UTS712D3P32 UTS712D3S32 Jam nut receptacle with stand off and without hold down clip Without (Fig.4) UTS712D3P UTS712D3S Layout Sealed unmated © 2011 – SOURIAU 49 UTS Series 12E3/12D3 Dimensions Note: all dimensions are in mm Jam nut receptacle - UTS7 Front view 27.2 31.9 18 Ø19 3.5 3 Fig. 3 Fig. 4 Fig. 5 18 4.2 Ø19 3.5 3 18 Ø19 3.5 3 Plug - UTS6 Fig. 1 Fig. 2 66.7 Ø30.1 Ø30.1 25.3 Square fl ange receptacle - UTS0 Mated connector length Fig. 6 Fig. 7 11.7 Ø19 2.4 7.5 7.8 20.8 26.4 Ø3.2 Front view 75.3 81.7 UTS7 UTS0 Panel cut out Drilling pattern 20.8 20.8 Ø3.3 Jam nut receptacle - UTS7 21.4 22.7 2.3 Ø22 Ø30.5 Ø26.2 30° 68° 10 Ø3.1 2.3 2.8 1.4 Square fl ange receptacle - UTS0 22° Front mounting Ø18.3 Rear mounting Ø22.3 7 Mechanics 3 contacts 16A/150V per IEC 61984 50 © 2011 – SOURIAU UTS Series 12E3/12D3 Metal terminal Accessories Metal terminal Color coding rings * Add G for Green, Y for Yellow, R for Red Part numbers Receptacles Plugs UTS712CCRR UTS612CCRR UTS712CCRY UTS612CCRY UTS712CCRG UTS612CCRG G for Green Y for Yellow R for Red Plug sealing cap Square fl ange sealing cap Part number UTS612DCG Part number UTS12DCGE Jam nut sealing caps Part number UTS12DCG Part number UTS12DCGR Part numbers Receptacle cap Plug cap 85005587A 85005596 Plastic protective cap Part numbers / neoprene UTFD13B Gasket Electrical characteristics UL 13A 650V UL94 HB CSA 13A 650V UL94 HB IEC 16A 150V 2.5kV 3 UTS 12E3/12D3 derating curves Test conditions Contact used: Machined contacts Wires used: 1.31mm² Current use Limited use Not recommended use 0 20 40 60 80 100 120 0 10 30 Current (A) Ambient Operating Temperature (°C) 20 © 2011 – SOURIAU 51 UTS Series 12E3/12D3 Mechanics 52 © 2011 – SOURIAU OR OR WITH OR UTS Series 124 - 12E4/12D4 Specifi cations Contact type Connector type Backshell Part number Male insert Female insert Crimp contacts supply separately see page 55 Square fl ange receptacle Without (Fig.1) UTS0124P Jam nut receptacle Without (Fig.5) UTS7124P UTS7124S Free hanging receptacle Cable gland (Fig.13) UTS1JC124P UTS1JC124S Plug Without (Fig.11) UTS6124P UTS6124S Cable gland (Fig.12) UTS6JC124P UTS6JC124S Handsolder electrical contacts loaded Square fl ange receptacle Without (Fig.3) UTS012E4P UTS012E4S Jam nut receptacle Without (Fig.10) UTS712E4P UTS712E4S Plug Without (Fig.11) UTS612E4P UTS612E4S Plug Cable gland (Fig.12) UTS6JC12E4P UTS6JC12E4S Screw contacts loaded Jam nut receptacle Without (Fig.7 & 8) UTS7124PSCR UTS7124SSCR Plug Without (Fig.11) UTS6124PSCR UTS6124SSCR Cable gland (Fig.12) UTS6JC124PSCR UTS6JC124SSCR Free hanging receptacle Cable gland (Fig.13) UTS1JC124PSCR PCB contacts supply separately see page 55 Square fl ange receptacle Without (Fig.4) UTS0124P Jam nut receptacle Without (Fig.6) UTS7124P UTS7124S PCB contacts loaded Square fl ange receptacle Without (Fig.2) UTS012D4P UTS012D4S Jam nut receptacle with stand off and without hold down clip Without (Fig.9) UTS712D4P UTS712D4S Jam nut receptacle with stand off and with hold down clips Without (Fig.9) UTS712D4P32 UTS712D4S32 Layout Sealed unmated © 2011 – SOURIAU 53 UTS Series 124 - 12E4/12D4 Dimensions Note: all dimensions are in mm Jam nut receptacle - UTS7 Hold down clip Male Female Fig. 6 Fig. 8 Fig. 10 Front view Fig. 5 Fig. 7 Fig. 9 31.9 18 18 18 27.2 Ø19 Ø19 Ø19 3.5 3.5 3.5 2.4 2.4 4.2 3 Square fl ange receptacle - UTS0 11.7 11.7 11.7 Ø19 Ø19 Ø19 20.8 26.4 2.4 2.4 4 2.4 7.5 9.1 7.5 Ø3.2 Fig. 3 Fig. 4 Front view Fig. 2 Fig. 1 7.5 7.8 Free hanging - UTS1 / Plug - UTS6 Mated connector length 25.3 74 66.7 Fig. 13 Fig. 11 Fig. 12 Ø30.1 75.3 81.7 UTS7 UTS0 Panel cut out Drilling pattern 20.8 20.8 Front mounting Ø18.3 Ø3.3 Rear mounting Ø22.3 Jam nut receptacle - UTS7 21.4 22.7 3.1 Ø22 Ø30.5 Ø26.2 30° 68° 10 Ø3.1 3.1 3.1 3.1 Square fl ange receptacle - UTS0 22° Mechanics 3 + ground 16A/300V per IEC 61984 54 © 2011 – SOURIAU Accessories and tooling (1): example of plating, for other plating see UTS catalog page 143 Metal terminal * Add G for Green, Y for Yellow, R for Red G for Green Y for Yellow R for Red UTS Series 124 - 12E4/12D4 Crimp tooling Contacts Contact size Part number of head RM/RC 28M1K(1) Standard contacts #16 Ø 1.6mm S16RCM20 RM/RC 24M9K(1) S16RCM20 RM/RC 20M13K(1) S16RCM20 RM/RC 20M12K(1) S16RCM20 RM/RC 16M23K(1) S16RCM16 RM/RC 14M50K(1) S16RCM1450 RM/RC 14M30K(1) S16RCM14 SM/SC 24ML1TK6(1) S16SCM20 SM/SC 20ML1TK6(1) S16SCM20 SM/SC 16ML1TK6(1) S16SCML1 SM/SC 14ML1TK6(1) S16SCML1 SM/SC 16ML11TK6(1) S16SCML11 RMDXK10D28K Coaxial contacts M10S-1J RCDXK1D28K M10S-1J RM/RC DX60xxD28K M10S-1J RM/RC DXK10D28 + york090 M10S-1J RM/RC DX60xxD28 M10S-1J Jam nut sealing caps Part number UTS12DCG Part number UTS12DCGR Plug sealing cap Square fl ange sealing cap Part number UTS612DCG Part number UTS12DCGE Part numbers Receptacle cap Plug cap 85005587A 85005596 Plastic protective cap Part numbers / neoprene UTFD13B Gasket Color coding rings Part numbers Receptacles Plugs UTS712CCRR UTS612CCRR UTS712CCRY UTS612CCRY UTS712CCRG UTS612CCRG Handle Tool kit Part number TOOLKIT Part number SHANDLES Metal terminal © 2011 – SOURIAU 55 UL 10A 500V UL94 V-0 CSA 7A 500V UL94 V-0 IEC 16A 300V 4kV 3 Temperature elevation: 50°C UTS Series 124 - 12E4/12D4 0 20 40 60 80 100 120 0 10 30 Current (A) Ambient Operating Temperature (°C) 20 18 15 13 28 25 23 8 5 3 Contacts Electrical characteristics UTS 124 derating curves Test conditions Contact used: Machined contacts Wires used: 1.31mm² Current use Limited use Not recommended use #16 Contact type AWG Part number Max wire Ø Max Male Female insulator Ø Crimp Machined 30-28 RM28M1K(1) RC28M1K(1) 0.55 1.1 26-24 RM24M9K(1) RC24M9K(1) 0.8 1.6 22-20 RM20M13K(1) RC20M13K(1) 1.18 1.8 22-20 RM20M12K(1) RC20M12K(1) 1.18 2.2 20-16 RM16M23K(1) RC16M23K(1) 1.8 3.2 16-14 RM14M50K(1) RC14M50K(1) 2.05 3.2 16-14 RM14M30K(1) RC14M30K(1) 2.28 3.2 Stamped & formed reeled contacts 26-24 SM24M1TK6(1)(2) SC24M1TK6(1)(2) 0.89-1.28 - 22-20 SM20M1TK6(1)(2) SC20M1TK6(1)(2) 1.17-2.08 - 18-16 SM16M1TK6(1)(2) SC16M1TK6(1)(2) 3.0 - 18-16 SM16M11TK6(1)(2) SC16M11TK6(1)(2) 2.0-3.0 - 14 SM14M1TK6(1)(2) SC14M1TK6(1)(2) 3.2 - PCB Machined (3) - RM20M12E8K(1) RC20M12E84K(1) - - Coaxial Cable Multipiece - RMDXK10D28 RCDXK1D28 - - Cable Monocrimp - RMDX60xxD28 RCDX60xxD28 - - Twisted pair Multipiece - RMDXK10D28 + york090 RCDXK1D28 + york090 - - Twisted pair Monocrimp - RMDX60xxD28 RCDX60xxD28 - - Fiber optic POF contacts Plastic optical fi bre - RMPOF1000 RCPOF1000B - - (1): Example of plating, for other plating see page 143 (2): Loose piece contact available if putting L. Example: SM20ML1-TK6 (3): For dimensions see page 148 Mechanics 3 + ground 16A/300V per IEC 61984 56 © 2011 – SOURIAU WITH Specifi cations Contact type Connector type Backshell Part number Male insert Female insert Crimp contacts supply separately see page 59 NPT threaded receptacle Without (Fig.1) UTS7183G1SNPT Plug Without (Fig.2) UTS6183G1P Plug Cable gland (Fig.3) UTS6JC183G1P Layout UTS Series 183G1 © 2011 – SOURIAU 57 Dimensions UTS Series 183G1 Note: all dimensions are in mm NPT threaded receptacle - UTS7 17.3 14.5 31.8 NPT - 3/4˝ Ø28.6 Ø19.6 Fig. 1 Plug - UTS6 Fig. 2 Fig. 3 37.5 81.3 Ø42 Ø42 Mated connector length - UTS6JC 90.5 Drilling pattern 5.1 5.1 5.1 5.1 Mechanics 3 + ground 32A/300V per IEC 61984 58 © 2011 – SOURIAU Accessories and tooling Metal terminal * Add G for Green, Y for Yellow, R for Red G for Green Y for Yellow R for Red UTS Series 183G1 Jam nut sealing caps Part number UTS14DCG Part number UTS14DCGR Hand tool Part number M317 Positioner + locator setting Part number VGE10078A Extraction tool Part number 51060210936 Part numbers Receptacle cap Plug cap 85005588A 85005597 Plastic protective cap Part numbers / neoprene UTFD14B Gasket Color coding rings Part numbers Receptacles Plugs UTS714CCRR UTS614CCRR UTS714CCRY UTS614CCRY UTS714CCRG UTS614CCRG Plug sealing cap Part number UTS614DCG © 2011 – SOURIAU 59 UL 23A 600V UL94 V-0 CSA 23A 600V UL94 V-0 IEC 32A 300V 4kV 3 Electrical characteristics UTS 183G1 derating curves Current use Limited use Not recommended use Test conditions Contact used: Machined contacts Wires used: 8.37mm² UTS Series 183G1 0 20 40 60 80 100 120 0 5 10 15 20 25 30 35 40 45 50 Current (A) Ambient Operating Temperature (°C) Contacts #8 Contact type AWG Part number Max wire Ø Max Male Female insulator Ø Crimp Machined 16 82913601A(1) 82913600A(1) - 6.5 14 82913603A(1) 82913602A(1) - 12 82913605A(1) 82913604A(1) - 10 82913607A(1) 82913606A(1) - 8 82913609A(1) 82913608A(1) - (1): Example of plating, for other plating see page 143 Mechanics 3 + ground 32A/300V per IEC 61984 60 © 2011 – SOURIAU OR OR WITH UTS Series 8E4/8D4 Specifi cations Contact type Connector type Backshell Part number Male insert Female insert Handsolder electrical contacts loaded Square fl ange receptacle Without (Fig.1) UTS08E4P UTS08E4S Plug Without (Fig.6) UTS68E4P UTS68E4S Cable gland (Fig.7) UTS6JC8E4P UTS6JC8E4S Jam nut receptacle Without (Fig.3) UTS78E4P UTS78E4S PCB contacts loaded Square fl ange receptacle Without (Fig.2) UTS08D4P UTS08D4S Jam nut receptacle with stand off and with hold down clips Without (Fig.5) UTS78D4P32 UTS78D4S32 Jam nut receptacle with stand off and without hold down clip Without (Fig.4) UTS78D4P UTS78D4S Layout Sealed unmated © 2011 – SOURIAU 61 UTS Series 8E4/8D4 Dimensions Note: all dimensions are in mm Jam nut receptacle - UTS7 Front view 24.2 24.2 18 Ø12 3.5 3.4 Fig. 3 Fig. 4 Fig. 5 18 4.2 Ø12 3.5 3.4 18 Ø12 3.5 3.4 Square fl ange receptacle - UTS0 Front view 11.7 11.7 20.7 Ø12 Ø12 15.3 2.4 2.4 Ø3.2 7.5 Fig. 1 Fig. 2 7.5 7.8 Plug - UTS6 Mated connector length 25.3 54 Fig. 7 Fig. 6 Ø22.5 61.1 66.6 UTS7 UTS0 Panel cut out Drilling pattern 15.3 15.3 Ø3.3 Jam nut receptacle - UTS7 13.7 14.6 1.4 Ø13.5 Ø22 Ø17.7 15° 15° Ø4 Ø3.1 1.4 1.4 1.4 Square fl ange receptacle - UTS0 Front mounting Ø12.5 Rear mounting Ø14.5 Mechanics 4 contacts 7A/32V per IEC 61984 62 © 2011 – SOURIAU UTS Series 8E4/8D4 UTS 8E4/8D4 derating curves Jam nut sealing caps Square fl ange sealing cap Plug protective cap Accessories Electrical characteristics Metal terminal IP40 Part number UTS8DCGE Part number UTS68C Metal terminal Part number UTS8DCG Part number UTS8DCGR Part numbers Receptacle cap Plug cap 85005585A 85005594 Plastic protective cap Part numbers / neoprene UTFD11B Gasket UL 7A 250V UL94 HB CSA 7A 250V UL94 HB IEC 7A 32V 1.5kV 3 Current use Limited use Not recommended use Test conditions Contact used: Machined contacts Wires used: 0.518mm² 0 20 40 60 80 100 120 0 4 2 6 8 10 12 14 16 18 Current (A) Ambient Operating Temperature (°C) © 2011 – SOURIAU 63 UTS Series 8E4/8D4 Mechanics 64 © 2011 – SOURIAU WITH UTS Series 102W2 (2x#12 + 2x#20) Specifi cations Contact type Connector type Backshell Part number Male insert Female insert Crimp contacts supply separately see page 67 Free hanging receptacle Cable gland (Fig.1) UTS1JC102W2P UTS1JC102W2S Plug Without (Fig.2) UTS6102W2P UTS6102W2S Plug Cable gland (Fig.3) UTS6JC102W2P UTS6JC102W2S Jam nut receptacle Without (Fig.4) UTS7102W2P UTS7102W2S Layout © 2011 – SOURIAU 65 UTS Series 102W2 (2x#12 + 2x#20) Dimensions Note: all dimensions are in mm Free hanging - UTS1 70 Ø15.1 Fig. 1 Plug - UTS6 Fig. 2 Male Fig. 2 Female Fig. 3 33 63.2 Ø26.2 Ø26.2 Ø26.2 25.3 Panel cut out Drilling pattern Jam nut receptacle - UTS7 16.7 17.9 3 3 3 3 Jam nut receptacle - UTS7 Mated connector length - UTS7 Fig. 4 18.3 27.2 22.5 Ø15.1 3.5 2.4 77.3 Mechanics 4 contacts 25A/150V per IEC 61984 66 © 2011 – SOURIAU UTS Series 102W2 (2x#12 + 2x#20) Metal terminal * Add G for Green, Y for Yellow, R for Red G for Green Y for Yellow R for Red Jam nut sealing caps Part number UTS10DCG Part number UTS10DCGR Plug sealing cap Part number UTS610DCG Part numbers Receptacle cap Plug cap 85005586A 85005595 Plastic protective cap Part numbers / neoprene UTFD12B Gasket Color coding rings Part numbers Receptacles Plugs UTS710CCRR UTS610CCRR UTS710CCRY UTS610CCRY UTS710CCRG UTS610CCRG Accessories and tooling Crimp tooling #20 Crimp tooling #12 Part number TOOLKIT Part number extraction tool 51060210924 (1): example of plating, for other plating see UTS catalog page 148 (2): contact reeled (3): loose contact Part number SHANDLES Contacts Contact size Part number of head RM/RC 24W3K(1) Standard contacts #20 Ø 1mm S20RM RM/RC 20W3K(1) S20RM RM/RC 18W3K(1) S20RM SM/SC 24W3S(2) S20SCM20 SM/SC 24WL3S(3) S20SCM20 SM/SC 20W3S(2) S20SCM20 SM/SC 20WL3S(3) S20SCM20 Part number positioner + locator setting VGE10078A Part number hand tool M317 © 2011 – SOURIAU 67 UTS Series 102W2 (2x#12 + 2x#20) Contacts #20 Contact type AWG Part number Max insulator Ø Male Female Crimp Machined 26-24 RM24W3K(1) RC24W3K(1) 1.58 22-20 RM20W3K(1) RC20W3K(1) 1.58 20-18 RM18W3K(1) RC18W3K(1) 2.1 stamped & formed reeled contacts 26-24 SM24W3TK6(2) SC24W3TK6(2) 0.89-1.58 26-24 SM24W3S26(2) SC24W3S25(2) 0.89-1.58 22-20 SM20W3TK6(2) SC20W3TK6(2) 1.17-2.08 22-20 SM20W3S26(2) SC20W3S25(2) 1.17-2.08 PCB Machined (3) - RMW5016K RCW5016K - (1): Example of plating, for other plating see page 143 (2): Loose piece contact available if putting L. Example: SM20ML1-TK6 (3): For dimensions see page 148 1) E l f l ti f th l ti #12 Crimp Machined 22 82911457NA 82911456A 4.9 20 82911459NA 82911458A 18 82911461NA 82911460A 16 82911463NA 82911462A 14 82911465NA 82911464A 12 82911467NA 82911466A UL 20A 500V UL94 V-0 CSA 18A 500V UL94 V-0 IEC 25A 150V 2.5kV 3 Temperature elevation: 50°C Electrical characteristics UTS 102W2 derating curves Test conditions Contact used: Machined contacts Wires used: 0.518mm² Current use Limited use Not recommended use 0 20 40 60 80 100 120 0 5 10 15 20 25 30 35 40 45 50 Current (A) Ambient Operating Temperature (°C) Mechanics 4 contacts 25A/150V per IEC 61984 68 © 2011 – SOURIAU OR OR OR WITH OR UTS Series 104 Specifi cations Contact type Connector type Backshell Part number Male insert Female insert Crimp contact supply separately see next page 71 Square fl ange receptacle Without (Fig.1) UTS0104P UTS0104S Free hanging receptacle Cable gland and grommet (Fig.2) UTS1GJC104P Free hanging receptacle Nut and grommet (Fig.3) UTS1GN104P Free hanging receptacle Cable gland (Fig.2) UTS1JC104P UTS1JC104S Plug Without (Fig.4) UTS6104P UTS6104S Plug Cable gland and grommet (Fig.5) UTS6GJC104S Plug Nut and grommet (Fig.6) UTS6GN104S Plug Cable gland (Fig.5) UTS6JC104P UTS6JC104S Jam nut receptacle Without (Fig.7) UTS7104P UTS7104S Jam nut receptacle Cable gland and grommet (Fig.9) UTS7GJC104P Jam nut receptacle Nut and grommet (Fig.8) UTS7GN104P Layout © 2011 – SOURIAU 69 UTS Series 104 Dimensions Note: all dimensions are in mm Square fl ange receptacle - UTS0 Free hanging - UTS1 11.5 70 40.9 Ø15.1 Ø15.1 20.8 24 2.4 10.5 Ø3.2 Fig. 1 Front view Fig. 3 Fig. 2 Plug - UTS6 Female Male Fig. 4 Fig. 5 Fig. 6 33 63.2 32.5 25.3 Ø26.2 Ø26.2 Ø26.2 Panel cut out Drilling pattern 18.5 18.5 Ø3.3 Jam nut receptacle - UTS7 16.7 17.9 3 3 3 3 Front mounting Ø15.2 Rear mounting Ø17.9 Square fl ange receptacle - UTS0 Jam nut receptacle - UTS7 Mated connector length Fig. 7 Fig. 9 Fig. 8 18.3 18.3 41 70.7 Ø15.1 Ø15.1 3.5 3.5 2.4 70.9 77.3 UTS7 UTS0 Mechanics 4 contacts 13A/150V per IEC 61984 70 © 2011 – SOURIAU UTS Series 104 Accessories and tooling (1): example of plating, for other plating see UTS catalog page 143 Metal terminal * Add G for Green, Y for Yellow, R for Red G for Green Y for Yellow R for Red Crimp tooling Contacts Contact size Part number of head RM/RC 28M1K(1) Standard contacts #16 Ø 1.6mm S16RCM20 RM/RC 24M9K(1) S16RCM20 RM/RC 20M13K(1) S16RCM20 RM/RC 20M12K(1) S16RCM20 RM/RC 16M23K(1) S16RCM16 RM/RC 14M50K(1) S16RCM1450 RM/RC 14M30K(1) S16RCM14 SM/SC 24ML1TK6(1) S16SCM20 SM/SC 20ML1TK6(1) S16SCM20 SM/SC 16ML1TK6(1) S16SCML1 SM/SC 14ML1TK6(1) S16SCML1 SM/SC 16ML11TK6(1) S16SCML11 RMDXK10D28K Coaxial contacts M10S-1J RCDXK1D28K M10S-1J RM/RC DX60xxD28K M10S-1J RM/RC DXK10D28 + york090 M10S-1J RM/RC DX60xxD28 M10S-1J Jam nut sealing caps Part number UTS10DCG Part number UTS10DCGR Plug sealing cap Square fl ange sealing cap Part number UTS610DCG Part number UTS10DCGE Part numbers Receptacle cap Plug cap 85005586A 85005595 Plastic protective cap Part numbers / neoprene UTFD12B Gasket Color coding rings Part numbers Receptacles Plugs UTS710CCRR UTS610CCRR UTS710CCRY UTS610CCRY UTS710CCRG UTS610CCRG Handle Tool kit Part number TOOLKIT Part number SHANDLES Metal terminal © 2011 – SOURIAU 71 UTS Series 104 Contacts UL 10A 500V UL94 V-0 CSA 7A 500V UL94 V-0 IEC 13A 150V 2.5kV 3 Electrical characteristics UTS 104 derating curves Test conditions Contact used: Machined contacts Wires used: 1.31mm² Current use Limited use Not recommended use 0 20 40 60 80 100 0 3 5 8 10 13 15 18 20 23 25 28 30 Current (A) Ambient Operating Temperature (°C) 120 #16 Contact type AWG Part number Max wire Ø Max Male Female insulator Ø Crimp Machined 30-28 RM28M1K(1) RC28M1K(1) 0.55 1.1 26-24 RM24M9K(1) RC24M9K(1) 0.8 1.6 22-20 RM20M13K(1) RC20M13K(1) 1.18 1.8 22-20 RM20M12K(1) RC20M12K(1) 1.18 2.2 20-16 RM16M23K(1) RC16M23K(1) 1.8 3.2 16-14 RM14M50K(1) RC14M50K(1) 2.05 3.2 16-14 RM14M30K(1) RC14M30K(1) 2.28 3.2 Stamped & formed reeled contacts 26-24 SM24M1TK6(1)(2) SC24M1TK6(1)(2) 0.89-1.28 - 22-20 SM20M1TK6(1)(2) SC20M1TK6(1)(2) 1.17-2.08 - 18-16 SM16M1TK6(1)(2) SC16M1TK6(1)(2) 3.0 - 18-16 SM16M11TK6(1)(2) SC16M11TK6(1)(2) 2.0-3.0 - 14 SM14M1TK6(1)(2) SC14M1TK6(1)(2) 3.2 - PCB Machined (3) - RM20M12E8K(1) RC20M12E84K(1) - - Coaxial Cable Multipiece - RMDXK10D28 RCDXK1D28 - - Cable Monocrimp - RMDX60xxD28 RCDX60xxD28 - - Twisted pair Multipiece - RMDXK10D28 + york090 RCDXK1D28 + york090 - - Twisted pair Monocrimp - RMDX60xxD28 RCDX60xxD28 - - Fiber optic POF contacts Plastic optical fi bre - RMPOF1000 RCPOF1000B - - (1): Example of plating, for other plating see page 143 (2): Loose piece contact available if putting L. Example: SM20ML1-TK6 (3): For dimensions see page 148 Mechanics 4 contacts 13A/150V per IEC 61984 72 © 2011 – SOURIAU OR WITH OR UTS Series 14E5/14D5 Specifi cations Contact type Connector type Backshell Part number Male insert Female insert Handsolder electrical contacts loaded Square fl ange receptacle Without (Fig.6) UTS014E5P UTS014E5S Plug Without (Fig.1) UTS614E5P UTS614E5S Cable gland (Fig.2) UTS6JC14E5P UTS6JC14E5S Jam nut receptacle Without (Fig.3) UTS714E5P UTS714E5S PCB contacts loaded Square fl ange receptacle Without (Fig.6) UTS014D5P UTS014D5S Jam nut receptacle with hold down clips Without (Fig.4) UTS714D5P32 UTS714D5S32 Jam nut receptacle with stand off and without hold down clip Without (Fig.5) UTS714D5P UTS714D5S Layout Sealed unmated © 2011 – SOURIAU 73 UTS Series 14E5/14D5 Dimensions Note: all dimensions are in mm Jam nut receptacle - UTS7 Front view 30.4 35.1 18 Ø22.3 3.5 3 Fig. 3 Fig. 4 Fig. 5 4.2 18 Ø22.3 3.5 3 18 Ø22.3 3.5 3 Plug - UTS6 Fig. 1 Fig. 2 70 Ø35.1 Ø35.1 25.3 Mated connector length 75 82 Square fl ange receptacle - UTS0 Fig. 6 11.3 Ø22.3 2.3 7.5 7.8 23.2 28.8 Ø3.2 Front view UTS7 UTS0 Panel cut out Drilling pattern 23.2 23.2 Ø3.3 Jam nut receptacle - UTS7 24.5 25.9 4 Ø22 Ø30.5 Ø26.2 30° 68° 10 Ø3.1 2.3 3.7 0.6 2.5 22° Front mounting Ø21.5 Rear mounting Ø25.1 Square fl ange receptacle - UTS0 Mechanics 5 contacts 16A/150V per IEC 61984 74 © 2011 – SOURIAU UTS Series 14E5/14D5 UTS 14E5/14D5 derating curves Jam nut sealing caps Plug sealing cap Square fl ange sealing cap Accessories Electrical characteristics Metal terminal Part number UTS614DCG Part number UTS14DCGE Metal terminal Part number UTS14DCG Part number UTS14DCGR Part numbers Receptacle cap Plug cap 85005588A 85005597 Plastic protective cap Part numbers / neoprene UTFD14B Gasket UL 12A 650V UL94 HB CSA 12A 650V UL94 HB IEC 16A 150V 2.5kV 3 Current use Limited use Not recommended use Test conditions Contact used: Machined contacts Wires used: 1.31mm² 0 20 40 60 80 100 120 0 4 2 6 8 10 12 14 16 18 Current (A) Ambient Operating Temperature (°C) Color coding rings * Add G for Green, Y for Yellow, R for Red Part numbers Receptacles Plugs UTS714CCRR UTS614CCRR UTS714CCRY UTS614CCRY UTS714CCRG UTS614CCRG G for Green Y for Yellow R for Red © 2011 – SOURIAU 75 UTS Series 14E5/14D5 Mechanics 76 © 2011 – SOURIAU UTS Series 103W3 (3x#16 + 3x#20) Specifi cations Contact type Connector type Backshell Part number Male insert Female insert Crimp contacts supply separately see page 79 Free hanging receptacle Cable gland (Fig.1) UTS1JC103W3P UTS1JC103W3S Plug Without (Fig.2) UTS6103W3P UTS6103W3S Plug Cable gland (Fig.3) UTS6JC103W3P UTS6JC103W3S Jam nut receptacle Without (Fig.4) UTS7103W3P UTS7103W3S PCB contacts supply separately see page 79 Jam nut receptacle with stand off and without hold down clip Without (Fig.4) UTS7103W3P UTS7103W3S OR WITH OR Layout © 2011 – SOURIAU 77 UTS Series 103W3 (3x#16 + 3x#20) Dimensions Note: all dimensions are in mm Plug - UTS6 Fig. 2 Male Fig. 2 Female Fig. 3 33 63.2 Ø26.2 Ø26.2 Ø26.2 25.3 Jam nut receptacle - UTS7 Mated connector length - UTS7 Fig. 4 18.3 27.2 22.5 Ø15.1 3.5 2.4 77.3 Panel cut out Drilling pattern 3 2.5 2.5 0.7 0.8 Jam nut receptacle - UTS7 16.7 17.9 Free hanging - UTS1 70 Ø15.1 Fig. 1 Mechanics 6 contacts 5A/32V per IEC 61984 78 © 2011 – SOURIAU UTS Series 103W3 (3x#16 + 3x#20) Accessories and tooling Metal terminal * Add G for Green, Y for Yellow, R for Red G for Green Y for Yellow R for Red Crimp tooling Jam nut sealing caps Part number UTS10DCG Part number UTS10DCGR Plug sealing cap Square fl ange sealing cap Part number UTS610DCG Part number UTS10DCGE Part numbers Receptacle cap Plug cap 85005586A 85005595 Plastic protective cap Part numbers / neoprene UTFD12B Gasket Color coding rings Part numbers Receptacles Plugs UTS710CCRR UTS610CCRR UTS710CCRY UTS610CCRY UTS710CCRG UTS610CCRG Handle Tool kit Part number TOOLKIT Part number SHANDLES Metal terminal Contacts Contact size Part number of head RM/RC 28M1K(1) Standard contacts #16 Ø 1.6mm S16RCM20 RM/RC 24M9K(1) S16RCM20 RM/RC 20M13K(1) S16RCM20 RM/RC 20M12K(1) S16RCM20 RM/RC 16M23K(1) S16RCM16 RM/RC 14M50K(1) S16RCM1450 RM/RC 14M30K(1) S16RCM14 SM/SC 24ML1TK6(1) S16SCM20 SM/SC 20ML1TK6(1) S16SCM20 SM/SC 16ML1TK6(1) S16SCML1 SM/SC 14ML1TK6(1) S16SCML1 SM/SC 16ML11TK6(1) S16SCML11 RMDXK10D28K Coaxial contacts M10S-1J RCDXK1D28K M10S-1J RM/RC DX60xxD28K M10S-1J RM/RC DXK10D28 + york090 M10S-1J RM/RC DX60xxD28 M10S-1J RM/RC 24W3K(1) Standard contacts #20 Ø 1mm S20RCM RM/RC 20W3K(1) S20RCM RM/RC 18W3K(1) S20RCM SM/SC 24W3S(2) S20SCM20 SM/SC 24WL3S(3) S20SCM20 SM/SC 20W3S(2) S20SCM20 SM/SC 20WL3S(3) S20SCM20 (1): example of plating, for other plating see UTS catalog page 143 (2): contact reeled (3): loose contac © 2011 – SOURIAU 79 UTS Series 103W3 (3x#16 + 3x#20) UL 10A 500V UL94 V-0 CSA 7A 500V UL94 V-0 IEC 5A 32V 1.5kV 3 Temperature elevation: 50°C Electrical characteristics UTS 103W3 derating curves Test conditions Contact used: Machined contacts Wires used: 1.31mm² 0.518mm² Current use Limited use Not recommended use 0 20 40 60 80 100 0 3 5 8 10 13 15 18 20 23 25 28 30 Current (A) Ambient Operating Temperature (°C) Contacts 120 (1): Example of plating, for other plating see page 143 (2): Loose piece contact available if putting L. Example: SM20ML1-TK6 (3): For dimensions see page 148 #16 Contact type AWG Part number Max wire Ø Max Male Female insulator Ø Crimp Machined 30-28 RM28M1K(1) RC28M1K(1) 0.55 1.1 26-24 RM24M9K(1) RC24M9K(1) 0.8 1.6 22-20 RM20M13K(1) RC20M13K(1) 1.18 1.8 22-20 RM20M12K(1) RC20M12K(1) 1.18 2.2 20-16 RM16M23K(1) RC16M23K(1) 1.8 3.2 16-14 RM14M50K(1) RC14M50K(1) 2.05 3.2 16-14 RM14M30K(1) RC14M30K(1) 2.28 3.2 Stamped & formed reeled contacts 26-24 SM24M1TK6(1)(2) SC24M1TK6(1)(2) 0.89-1.28 - 22-20 SM20M1TK6(1)(2) SC20M1TK6(1)(2) 1.17-2.08 - 18-16 SM16M1TK6(1)(2) SC16M1TK6(1)(2) 3.0 - 18-16 SM16M11TK6(1)(2) SC16M11TK6(1)(2) 2.0-3.0 - 14 SM14M1TK6(1)(2) SC14M1TK6(1)(2) 3.2 - PCB Machined (3) - RM20M12E8K(1) RC20M12E84K(1) - - Coaxial Cable Multipiece - RMDXK10D28 RCDXK1D28 - - Cable Monocrimp - RMDX60xxD28 RCDX60xxD28 - - Twisted pair Multipiece - RMDXK10D28 + york090 RCDXK1D28 + york090 - - Twisted pair Monocrimp - RMDX60xxD28 RCDX60xxD28 - - Fiber optic POF contacts Plastic optical fi bre - RMPOF1000 RCPOF1000B - - plating L SM20ML1 #20 Crimp Machined 26-24 RM24W3K(1) RC24W3K(1) - 1.58 22-20 RM20W3K(1) RC20W3K(1) - 1.58 20-18 RM18W3K(1) RC18W3K(1) - 2.1 Stamped & formed reeled contacts 26-24 SM24W3TK6(2) SC24W3TK6(2) - 0.89-1.58 26-24 SM24W3S26(2) SC24W3S25(2) - 0.89-1.58 22-20 SM20W3TK6(2) SC20W3TK6(2) - 1.17-2.08 22-20 SM20W3S26(2) SC20W3S25(2) - 1.17-2.08 PCB Machined (3) - RMW5016K RCW5016K - - Mechanics 6 contacts 5A/32V per IEC 61984 80 © 2011 – SOURIAU UTS Series 106 - 10E6/10D6 Specifi cations OR OR WITH OR Contact type Connector type Backshell Part number Male insert Female insert Crimp contacts supply separately see page 83 Free hanging receptacle Cable gland (Fig.1) UTS1JC106P UTS1JC106S Plug Without (Fig.2) UTS6106P UTS6106S Plug Cable gland (Fig.3) UTS6JC106P UTS6JC106S Jam nut receptacle Without (Fig.4) UTS7106P UTS7106S Handsolder electrical contacts loaded Square fl ange receptacle Without (Fig.9) UTS010E6P UTS010E6S Plug Without (Fig.2) UTS610E6P UTS610E6S Cable gland (Fig.3) UTS6JC10E6P UTS6JC10E6S Jam nut receptacle Without (Fig.5) UTS710E6P UTS710E6S PCB contacts supply separately see page 83 Jam nut receptacle Without (Fig.4) UTS7106P UTS7106S PCB contacts loaded Square fl ange receptacle Without (Fig.8) UTS010D6P UTS010D6S Jam nut receptacle with stand off and with hold down clips Without (Fig.6) UTS710D6P32 UTS710D6S32 Jam nut receptacle with stand off and without hold down clip Without (Fig.7) UTS710D6P UTS710D6S Layout Sealed unmated © 2011 – SOURIAU 81 UTS Series 106 - 10E6/10D6 Dimensions Note: all dimensions are in mm 6 contacts 7A/32V per IEC 61984 Free hanging - UTS1 70 Ø15.1 Fig. 1 Plug - UTS6 Female Male Fig. 2 Fig. 3 33 63.2 Ø26.2 Ø26.2 25.3 Jam nut receptacle - UTS7 Front view 22.5 27.2 18.3 Ø15.1 3.5 3 12.3 Fig. 5 Fig. 6 Fig. 7 Fig. 4 4.2 18.3 Ø15.1 3.5 3 18.3 Ø15.1 3.5 3 Panel cut out Drilling pattern 18.5 18.5 Ø3.3 Jam nut receptacle - UTS7 16.7 17.9 2.8 Ø13.5 Ø22 Ø17.7 15° 15° Ø4 Ø3.1 3.3 1.6 Square fl ange receptacle - UTS0 Front mounting Ø15.2 Rear mounting Ø17.9 Square fl ange receptacle - UTS0 Fig. 9 Fig. 8 11.7 Ø15.1 2.3 16.2 20.8 24 Ø3.2 Front view Mated connector length 70.9 77.3 UTS7 UTS0 7.5 Mechanics 82 © 2011 – SOURIAU UTS Series 106 - 10E6/10D6 Metal terminal * Add G for Green, Y for Yellow, R for Red G for Green Y for Yellow R for Red Crimp tooling Contacts Contact size Part number of head RM/RC 24W3K(1) Standard contacts #20 Ø 1mm S20RM RM/RC 20W3K(1) S20RM RM/RC 18W3K(1) S20RM SM/SC 24W3S(2) S20SCM20 SM/SC 24WL3S(3) S20SCM20 SM/SC 20W3S(2) S20SCM20 SM/SC 20WL3S(3) S20SCM20 Jam nut sealing caps Part number UTS10DCG Part number UTS10DCGR Plug sealing cap Square fl ange sealing cap Part number UTS610DCG Part number UTS10DCGE Part numbers Receptacle cap Plug cap 85005586A 85005595 Plastic protective cap Part numbers / neoprene UTFD12B Gasket Color coding rings Part numbers Receptacles Plugs UTS710CCRR UTS610CCRR UTS710CCRY UTS610CCRY UTS710CCRG UTS610CCRG Handle Tool kit Part number TOOLKIT Part number SHANDLES (1): example of plating, for other plating see UTS catalog page 143 (2): contact reeled (3): loose contact Accessories and tooling Metal terminal © 2011 – SOURIAU 83 UTS Series 106 - 10E6/10D6 Contacts #20 Contact type AWG Part number Max wire Ø Max Male Female insulator Ø Crimp Machined 26-24 RM24W3K(1) RC24W3K(1) - 1.58 22-20 RM20W3K(1) RC20W3K(1) - 1.58 20-18 RM18W3K(1) RC18W3K(1) - 2.1 stamped & formed reeled contacts 26-24 SM24W3TK6(2) SC24W3TK6(2) - 0.89-1.58 26-24 SM24W3TK6(2) SC24W3TK6(2) - 0.89-1.58 22-20 SM20W3TK6(2) SC20W3TK6(2) - 1.17-2.08 22-20 SM20W3TK6(2) SC20W3TK6(2) - 1.17-2.08 PCB Machined (3) - RMW5016K RCW5016K - - (1): Example of plating, for other plating see page 143 (2): Loose piece contact available if putting L. Example: SM20ML1-TK6 (3): For dimensions see page 148 IEC 7A 32V 1.5kV 3 Electrical characteristics UTS 106 - 10E6/10D6 derating curves Test conditions Contact used: Machined contacts Wires used: 0.518mm² Current use Limited use Not recommended use 0 20 40 60 80 100 120 0 4 2 6 8 10 12 14 Current (A) Ambient Operating Temperature (°C) UTS 106 UL 5A 250V UL94 V-0 CSA 4A 250V UL94 V-0 UTS 10E6/10D6 UL 6A 250V UL94 HB CSA 6A 250V UL94 HB Mechanics 6 contacts 7A/32V per IEC 61984 84 © 2011 – SOURIAU OR WITH OR Specifi cations Contact type Connector type Backshell Part number Male insert Female insert Handsolder electrical contacts loaded Square fl ange receptacle Without (Fig.6) UTS010E98P UTS010E98S Plug Without (Fig.1) UTS610E98P UTS610E98S Cable gland (Fig.2) UTS6JC10E98P UTS6JC10E98S Jam nut receptacle Without (Fig.3) UTS710E98P UTS710E98S PCB contacts loaded Square fl ange receptacle Without (Fig.7) UTS010D98P UTS010D98S Jam nut receptacle with stand off and with hold down clips Without (Fig.4) UTS710D98P32 UTS710D98S32 Jam nut receptacle with stand off and without hold down clip Without (Fig.5) UTS710D98P UTS710D98S Layout UTS Series 10E98/10D98 Sealed unmated © 2011 – SOURIAU 85 Dimensions Note: all dimensions are in mm UTS Series 10E98/10D98 Plug - UTS6 Fig. 1 Fig. 2 70 Ø26.2 Ø26.2 25.3 Square fl ange receptacle - UTS0 Mated connector length Fig. 6 Fig. 7 18.3 Ø15.1 2.3 16.2 20.8 24 Ø3.2 Front view 70.9 77.3 UTS7 UTS0 Drilling pattern 3.3 1.6 Ø13.5 Ø22 Ø17.7 Ø4 2.8 3.3 Panel cut out 18.5 18.5 Ø3.3 Jam nut receptacle - UTS7 16.7 17.9 Square fl ange receptacle - UTS0 Front mounting Ø15.2 Rear mounting Ø17.9 Jam nut receptacle - UTS7 Front view 22.4 27.2 18.3 3.5 3 Fig. 3 Fig. 4 Fig. 5 4.2 18.3 Ø15.1 3.5 3 18.3 Ø15.1 3.5 3 Ø15.1 7.5 30° Ø3.1 68° 22° Mechanics 6 contacts 7A/50V per IEC 61984 86 © 2011 – SOURIAU UTS Series 10E98/10D98 UTS 10E98/10D98 derating curves Jam nut sealing caps Plug protective cap Square fl ange sealing cap Accessories Electrical characteristics Metal terminal Part number UTS610DCG Part number UTS10DCGE Metal terminal Part number UTS10DCG Part number UTS10DCGR Part numbers Receptacle cap Plug cap 85005586A 85005595 Plastic protective cap Part numbers / neoprene UTFD12B Gasket UL 6A 250V UL94 HB CSA 6A 250V UL94 HB IEC 7A 50V 1.5kV 3 Current use Limited use Not recommended use Test conditions Contact used: Machined contacts Wires used: 0.518mm² Color coding rings * Add G for Green, Y for Yellow, R for Red Part numbers Receptacles Plugs UTS710CCRR UTS610CCRR UTS710CCRY UTS610CCRY UTS710CCRG UTS610CCRG G for Green Y for Yellow R for Red 0 20 40 60 80 100 120 0 4 2 6 8 10 12 14 Current (A) Ambient Operating Temperature (°C) © 2011 – SOURIAU 87 UTS Series 10E98/10D98 Mechanics 88 © 2011 – SOURIAU OR OR WITH OR OR OR UTS Series 147 - 14E7/14D7 Specifi cations Contact type Connector type Backshell Part number Male insert Female insert Crimp contacts supply separately see page 91 Square fl ange receptacle Without (Fig.2) UTS0147P Free hanging receptacle Cable gland and grommet (Fig.3) UTS1GJC147P Free hanging receptacle Nut and grommet (Fig.4) UTS1GN147P Free hanging receptacle Cable gland (Fig.3) UTS1JC147P UTS1JC147S Plug Without (Fig.5) UTS6147P UTS6147S Plug Cable gland and grommet (Fig.6) UTS6GJC147S Plug Nut and grommet (Fig.7) UTS6GN147S Plug Cable gland (Fig.6) UTS6JC147P UTS6JC147S Jam nut receptacle Without (Fig.8) UTS7147P UTS7147S Jam nut receptacle Cable gland and grommet (Fig.10) UTS7GJC147P Jam nut receptacle Nut and grommet (Fig.9) UTS7GN147P Handsolder electrical contacts loaded Square fl ange receptacle Without (Fig.2) UTS014E7P UTS014E7S Plug Cable gland (Fig.6) UTS6JC14E7P UTS6JC14E7S Jam nut receptacle Without (Fig.11) UTS714E7P UTS714E7S PCB contacts loaded Square fl ange receptacle Without (Fig.1) UTS014D7P UTS014D7S Jam nut receptacle with stand off and hold down clips Without (Fig.11) UTS714D7P32 UTS714D7S32 Jam nut receptacle with stand off and without hold down clip Without (Fig.11) UTS714D7P UTS714D7S Jam nut receptacle With stand off and hold down clip (Fig.11) UTS7147PSEK9 Screw contacts loaded Jam nut receptacle Without (Fig.8) UTS7147PSCR UTS7147SSCR Free hanging receptacle Cable gland (Fig.3) UTS1JC147PSCR Plug Cable gland (Fig.6) UTS6JC147PSCR UTS6JC147SSCR Layout Sealed unmated © 2011 – SOURIAU 89 UTS Series 147 - 14E7/14D7 Dimensions Note: all dimensions are in mm Plug - UTS6 Female Male Fig. 5 Fig. 6 Fig. 7 33 70 32 23.5 Ø35.1 Ø35.1 Ø35.1 Jam nut receptacle - UTS7 Fig. 11 Fig. 10 Fig. 8 Fig. 9 18 18 49 70.7 Ø31.8 Ø22.3 3.5 3.5 1.6 4.2 3 Mated connector length 75 82 UTS7 UTS0 Drilling pattern 6.4 3.2 Ø13.5 Ø22 Ø17.7 Ø4 Ø3.1 5.2 Panel cut out 23.2 23.2 Ø3.3 Jam nut receptacle - UTS7 24.5 25.9 Square fl ange receptacle - UTS0 Front mounting Ø21.5 Rear mounting Ø25.1 Square fl ange receptacle - UTS0 Free hanging - UTS1 11.3 Ø22.3 23.2 28.8 2.3 29.1 22 Ø3.2 Fig. 2 Front view Fig. 1 78.5 43 Ø22.3 Fig. 4 Fig. 3 Mechanics 6 + ground 16A/300V per IEC 61984 90 © 2011 – SOURIAU UTS Series 147 - 14E7/14D7 Accessories and tooling (1): example of plating, for other plating see UTS catalog page 143 Metal terminal * Add G for Green, Y for Yellow, R for Red G for Green Y for Yellow R for Red Crimp tooling Contacts Contact size Part number of head RM/RC 28M1K(1) Standard contacts #16 Ø 1.6mm S16RCM20 RM/RC 24M9K(1) S16RCM20 RM/RC 20M13K(1) S16RCM20 RM/RC 20M12K(1) S16RCM20 RM/RC 16M23K(1) S16RCM16 RM/RC 14M50K(1) S16RCM1450 RM/RC 14M30K(1) S16RCM14 SM/SC 24ML1TK6(1) S16SCM20 SM/SC 20ML1TK6(1) S16SCM20 SM/SC 16ML1TK6(1) S16SCML1 SM/SC 14ML1TK6(1) S16SCML1 SM/SC 16ML11TK6(1) S16SCML11 RMDXK10D28K Coaxial contacts M10S-1J RCDXK1D28K M10S-1J RM/RC DX60xxD28K M10S-1J RM/RC DXK10D28 + york090 M10S-1J RM/RC DX60xxD28 M10S-1J Jam nut sealing caps Part number UTS14DCG Part number UTS14DCGR Plug sealing cap Square fl ange sealing cap Part number UTS614DCG Part number UTS14DCGE Part numbers Receptacle cap Plug cap 85005588A 85005597 Plastic protective cap Part numbers / neoprene UTFD14B Gasket Color coding rings Part numbers Receptacles Plugs UTS714CCRR UTS614CCRR UTS714CCRY UTS614CCRY UTS714CCRG UTS614CCRG Handle Tool kit Part number TOOLKIT Part number SHANDLES Metal terminal © 2011 – SOURIAU 91 Contacts #16 Contact type AWG Part number Max wire Ø Max Male Female insulator Ø Crimp Machined 30-28 RM28M1K(1) RC28M1K(1) 0.55 1.1 26-24 RM24M9K(1) RC24M9K(1) 0.8 1.6 22-20 RM20M13K(1) RC20M13K(1) 1.18 1.8 22-20 RM20M12K(1) RC20M12K(1) 1.18 2.2 20-16 RM16M23K(1) RC16M23K(1) 1.8 3.2 16-14 RM14M50K(1) RC14M50K(1) 2.05 3.2 16-14 RM14M30K(1) RC14M30K(1) 2.28 3.2 Stamped & formed reeled contacts 26-24 SM24M1TK6(1)(2) SC24M1TK6(1)(2) 0.89-1.28 - 22-20 SM20M1TK6(1)(2) SC20M1TK6(1)(2) 1.17-2.08 - 18-16 SM16M1TK6(1)(2) SC16M1TK6(1)(2) 3.0 - 18-16 SM16M11TK6(1)(2) SC16M11TK6(1)(2) 2.0-3.0 - 14 SM14M1TK6(1)(2) SC14M1TK6(1)(2) 3.2 - PCB Machined (3) - RM20M12E8K(1) RC20M12E84K(1) - - Coaxial Cable Multipiece - RMDXK10D28 RCDXK1D28 - - Cable Monocrimp - RMDX60xxD28 RCDX60xxD28 - - Twisted pair Multipiece - RMDXK10D28 + york090 RCDXK1D28 + york090 - - Twisted pair Monocrimp - RMDX60xxD28 RCDX60xxD28 - - Fiber optic POF contacts Plastic optical fi bre - RMPOF1000 RCPOF1000B - - (1): Example of plating, for other plating see page 143 (2): Loose piece contact available if putting L. Example: SM20ML1-TK6 (3): For dimensions see page 148 UTS Series 147 - 14E7/14D7 UL 10A 500V UL94 V-0 CSA 7A 500V UL94 V-0 IEC 16A 300V 4kV 3 Temperature elevation: 50°C Electrical characteristics UTS 147 derating curves Test conditions Contact used: Machined contacts Wires used: 1.31mm² Current use Limited use Not recommended use 0 20 40 60 80 100 120 0 5 3 8 10 20 18 15 13 23 25 28 30 Current (A) Ambient Operating Temperature (°C) 6 + ground 16A/300V per IEC 61984 Mechanics 92 © 2011 – SOURIAU OR WITH OR UTS Series 10E7/10D7 Specifi cations Contact type Connector type Backshell Part number Male insert Female insert Handsolder electrical contacts loaded Square fl ange receptacle Without (Fig.6) UTS010E7P UTS010E7S Plug Without (Fig.1) UTS610E7P UTS610E7S Cable gland (Fig.2) UTS6JC10E7P UTS6JC10E7S Jam nut receptacle Without (Fig.3) UTS710E7P UTS710E7S PCB contacts loaded Square fl ange receptacle Without (Fig.7) UTS010D7P UTS010D7S Jam nut receptacle with stand off and with hold down clips Without (Fig.4) UTS710D7P32 UTS710D7S32 Jam nut receptacle with stand off and without hold down clip Without (Fig.5) UTS710D7P UTS710D7S Layout Sealed unmated © 2011 – SOURIAU 93 UTS Series 10E7/10D7 Dimensions Note: all dimensions are in mm Plug - UTS6 Fig. 1 Fig. 2 70 Ø26.2 Ø26.2 25.3 Jam nut receptacle - UTS7 Front view 22.4 27.2 18.3 3.5 3 Fig. 3 Fig. 4 Fig. 5 4.2 18.3 Ø15.1 3.5 3 18.3 Ø15.1 3.5 3 Ø15.1 Square fl ange receptacle - UTS0 Fig. 6 Fig. 7 11.7 Ø15.1 2.3 16.2 7.5 20.8 24 Ø3.2 Front view Mated connector length 70.9 77.3 UTS7 UTS0 Drilling pattern 2.8 Ø13.5 Ø22 Ø17.7 15° 15° Ø4 Ø3.1 3.3 1.6 Panel cut out 18.5 18.5 Ø3.3 Jam nut receptacle - UTS7 16.7 17.9 Square fl ange receptacle - UTS0 Front mounting Ø15.2 Rear mounting Ø17.9 Mechanics 7 contacts 7A/50V per IEC 61984 94 © 2011 – SOURIAU UTS Series 10E7/10D7 UTS 10E7/10D7 derating curves Jam nut sealing caps Plug sealing cap Square fl ange sealing cap Accessories Electrical characteristics Metal terminal Part number UTS610DCG Part number UTS10DCGE Metal terminal Part number UTS10DCG Part number UTS10DCGR Part numbers Receptacle cap Plug cap 85005586A 85005595 Plastic protective cap Part numbers / neoprene UTFD12B Gasket UL 6A 250V UL94 HB CSA 6A 250V UL94 HB IEC 7A 50V 1.5kV 3 Current use Limited use Not recommended use Test conditions Contact used: Machined contacts Wires used: 0.518mm² Color coding rings * Add G for Green, Y for Yellow, R for Red Part numbers Receptacles Plugs UTS710CCRR UTS610CCRR UTS710CCRY UTS610CCRY UTS710CCRG UTS610CCRG G for Green Y for Yellow R for Red 0 20 40 60 80 100 120 0 6 10 Current (A) Ambient Operating Temperature (°C) 12 14 2 4 8 © 2011 – SOURIAU 95 UTS Series 10E7/10D7 Mechanics 96 © 2011 – SOURIAU OR OR OR OR WITH OR UTS Series 128 Specifi cations Contact type Connector type Backshell Part number Male insert Female insert Crimp contacts supply separately see page 99 Square fl ange receptacle Without (Fig.1) UTS0128P UTS0128S Free hanging receptacle Cable gland and grommet (Fig.2) UTS1GJC128P Free hanging receptacle Nut and grommet (Fig.3) UTS1GN128P Free hanging receptacle Cable gland (Fig.2) UTS1JC128P UTS1JC128S Plug Without (Fig.4) UTS6128P UTS6128S Plug Cable gland and grommet (Fig.5) UTS6GJC128S Plug Nut and grommet (Fig.6) UTS6GN128S Plug Cable gland (Fig.5) UTS6JC128P UTS6JC128S Jam nut receptacle Without (Fig.8) UTS7128P UTS7128S Jam nut receptacle Cable gland and grommet (Fig.10) UTS7GJC128P Jam nut receptacle Nut and grommet (Fig.9) UTS7GN128P PCB contacts loaded Jam nut receptacle With stand off and hold down clip (Fig.11) UTS7128PSEK9 Layout © 2011 – SOURIAU 97 UTS Series 128 Dimensions Note: all dimensions are in mm Square fl ange receptacle - UTS0 Free hanging - UTS1 11.7 Ø19.1 20.8 26.4 2.3 10.5 18.1 Ø3.2 Fig. 1 Front view 74.5 40.9 Ø19.1 Fig. 3 Fig. 2 Plug - UTS6 Female Male Fig. 4 Fig. 5 Fig. 6 33 65.7 33 25.3 Ø30.1 Ø30.1 Ø30.1 Drilling pattern 4.4 3.4 2 4.5 4 2.8 0.9 Panel cut out 20.8 20.8 Ø3.3 Jam nut receptacle - UTS7 21.4 22.7 Square fl ange receptacle - UTS0 Front mounting Ø18.3 Rear mounting Ø22.3 Mated connector length 75.3 81.7 UTS7 UTS0 Jam nut receptacle - UTS7 Fig. 11 Fig. 10 Fig. 8 Fig. 9 18 18 49.1 74.5 Ø19.1 Ø19.1 3.5 3.5 1.6 4.2 3 Mechanics 8 contacts 10A/80V per IEC 61984 98 © 2011 – SOURIAU UTS Series 128 Accessories and tooling (1): example of plating, for other plating see UTS catalog page 143 Metal terminal * Add G for Green, Y for Yellow, R for Red G for Green Y for Yellow R for Red Crimp tooling Contacts Contact size Part number of head RM/RC 28M1K(1) Standard contacts #16 Ø 1.6mm S16RCM20 RM/RC 24M9K(1) S16RCM20 RM/RC 20M13K(1) S16RCM20 RM/RC 20M12K(1) S16RCM20 RM/RC 16M23K(1) S16RCM16 RM/RC 14M50K(1) S16RCM1450 RM/RC 14M30K(1) S16RCM14 SM/SC 24ML1TK6(1) S16SCM20 SM/SC 20ML1TK6(1) S16SCM20 SM/SC 16ML1TK6(1) S16SCML1 SM/SC 14ML1TK6(1) S16SCML1 SM/SC 16ML11TK6(1) S16SCML11 RMDXK10D28K Coaxial contacts M10S-1J RCDXK1D28K M10S-1J RM/RC DX60xxD28K M10S-1J RM/RC DXK10D28 + york090 M10S-1J RM/RC DX60xxD28 M10S-1J Jam nut sealing caps Part number UTS12DCG Part number UTS12DCGR Plug sealing cap Square fl ange sealing cap Part number UTS612DCG Part number UTS12DCGE Part numbers Receptacle cap Plug cap 85005587A 85005596 Plastic protective cap Part numbers / neoprene UTFD13B Gasket Color coding rings Part numbers Receptacles Plugs UTS712CCRR UTS612CCRR UTS712CCRY UTS612CCRY UTS712CCRG UTS612CCRG Handle Tool kit Part number TOOLKIT Part number SHANDLES Metal terminal © 2011 – SOURIAU 99 UTS Series 128 Contacts UL 10A 500V UL94 V-0 CSA 7A 500V UL94 V-0 IEC 10A 80V 1.5kV 3 Electrical characteristics UTS 128 derating curves Test conditions Contact used: Machined contacts Wires used: 1.31mm² Current use Limited use Not recommended use 0 20 40 60 80 100 0 3 5 8 10 13 15 18 20 23 25 28 30 Current (A) Ambient Operating Temperature (°C) 120 #16 Contact type AWG Part number Max wire Ø Max Male Female insulator Ø Crimp Machined 30-28 RM28M1K(1) RC28M1K(1) 0.55 1.1 26-24 RM24M9K(1) RC24M9K(1) 0.8 1.6 22-20 RM20M13K(1) RC20M13K(1) 1.18 1.8 22-20 RM20M12K(1) RC20M12K(1) 1.18 2.2 20-16 RM16M23K(1) RC16M23K(1) 1.8 3.2 16-14 RM14M50K(1) RC14M50K(1) 2.05 3.2 16-14 RM14M30K(1) RC14M30K(1) 2.28 3.2 Stamped & formed reeled contacts 26-24 SM24M1TK6(1)(2) SC24M1TK6(1)(2) 0.89-1.28 - 22-20 SM20M1TK6(1)(2) SC20M1TK6(1)(2) 1.17-2.08 - 18-16 SM16M1TK6(1)(2) SC16M1TK6(1)(2) 3.0 - 18-16 SM16M11TK6(1)(2) SC16M11TK6(1)(2) 2.0-3.0 - 14 SM14M1TK6(1)(2) SC14M1TK6(1)(2) 3.2 - PCB Machined (3) - RM20M12E8K(1) RC20M12E84K(1) - - Coaxial Cable Multipiece - RMDXK10D28 RCDXK1D28 - - Cable Monocrimp - RMDX60xxD28 RCDX60xxD28 - - Twisted pair Multipiece - RMDXK10D28 + york090 RCDXK1D28 + york090 - - Twisted pair Monocrimp - RMDX60xxD28 RCDX60xxD28 - - Fiber optic POF contacts Plastic optical fi bre - RMPOF1000 RCPOF1000B - - (1): Example of plating, for other plating see page 143 (2): Loose piece contact available if putting L. Example: SM20ML1-TK6 (3): For dimensions see page 148 Mechanics 8 contacts 10A/80V per IEC 61984 100 © 2011 – SOURIAU OR WITH OR UTS Series 12E8/12D8 Specifi cations Contact type Connector type Backshell Part number Male insert Female insert Handsolder electrical contacts loaded Square fl ange receptacle Without (Fig.6) UTS012E8P UTS012E8S Plug Without (Fig.1) UTS612E8P UTS612E8S Cable gland (Fig.2) UTS6JC12E8P UTS6JC12E8S Jam nut receptacle Without (Fig.3) UTS712E8P UTS712E8S PCB contacts loaded Square fl ange receptacle Without (Fig.7) UTS012D8P UTS012D8S Jam nut receptacle with stand off and with hold down clips Without (Fig.4) UTS712D8P32 UTS712D8S32 Jam nut receptacle with stand off and without hold down clip Without (Fig.5) UTS712D8P UTS712D8S Layout Sealed unmated © 2011 – SOURIAU 101 UTS Series 12E8/12D8 Dimensions Note: all dimensions are in mm Plug - UTS6 Jam nut receptacle - UTS7 Front view 27.2 31.9 18 Ø19 3.5 3 Fig. 3 Fig. 4 Fig. 5 4.2 18 Ø19 3.5 3 18 Ø19 3.5 3.1 Fig. 1 Fig. 2 66.7 Ø30.1 Ø30.1 25.3 Square fl ange receptacle - UTS0 Mated connector length Fig. 6 Fig. 7 11.7 Ø19 2.4 7.5 7.8 20.8 26.4 Ø3.2 Front view 75.3 81.7 UTS7 UTS0 Panel cut out Drilling pattern 20.8 20.8 Ø3.3 Jam nut receptacle - UTS7 21.4 22.7 Square fl ange receptacle - UTS0 Front mounting Ø18.3 Rear mounting Ø22.3 4.3 Ø22 Ø30.5 Ø26.2 30° 68° 10 Ø3.1 3 1.6 3 4.3 1.1 3.9 22° Mechanics 8 contacts 6A/32V per IEC 61984 102 © 2011 – SOURIAU UTS Series 12E8/12D8 UTS 12E8/12D8 derating curves Jam nut sealing caps Plug sealing cap Square fl ange sealing cap Accessories Electrical characteristics Metal terminal Part number UTS612DCG Part number UTS12DCGE Metal terminal Part number UTS12DCG Part number UTS12DCGR Part numbers Receptacle cap Plug cap 85005587A 85005596 Plastic protective cap Part numbers / neoprene UTFD13B Gasket UL 4.5A 250V UL94 HB CSA 4.5A 250V UL94 HB IEC 6A 32V 1.5kV 3 Current use Limited use Not recommended use Test conditions Contact used: Machined contacts Wires used: 0.518mm² Color coding rings * Add G for Green, Y for Yellow, R for Red Part numbers Receptacles Plugs UTS712CCRR UTS612CCRR UTS712CCRY UTS612CCRY UTS712CCRG UTS612CCRG G for Green Y for Yellow R for Red 0 20 40 60 80 100 120 0 4 2 6 8 10 12 14 Current (A) Ambient Operating Temperature (°C) © 2011 – SOURIAU 103 UTS Series 12E8/12D8 Mechanics 104 © 2011 – SOURIAU OR OR WITH OR UTS Series 1210 - 12E10/12D10 Specifi cations Contact type Connector type Backshell Part number Male insert Female insert Crimp contacts supply separately see page107 Free hanging receptacle Cable gland (Fig.1) UTS1JC1210P UTS1JC1210S Plug Without (Fig.2) UTS61210P UTS61210S Plug Cable gland (Fig.3) UTS6JC1210P UTS6JC1210S Jam nut receptacle Without (Fig.4) UTS71210P UTS71210S Handsolder electrical contacts loaded Square fl ange receptacle Without (Fig.6) UTS012E10P UTS012E10S Plug Without (Fig.2) UTS612E10P UTS612E10S Cable gland (Fig.3) UTS6JC12E10P UTS6JC12E10S Jam nut receptacle Without (Fig.5) UTS712E10P UTS712E10S PCB contacts loaded Square fl ange receptacle Without (Fig.7) UTS012D10P UTS012D10S Jam nut receptacle with stand off and with hold down clips Without (Fig.6) UTS712D10P32 UTS712D10S32 Jam nut receptacle with stand off and without hold down clip Without (Fig.7) UTS712D10P UTS712D10S Layout Sealed unmated © 2011 – SOURIAU 105 UTS Series 1210 - 12E10/12D10 Dimensions Note: all dimensions are in mm Free hanging - UTS1 Plug - UTS6 74 Ø19.1 Fig. 1 Female Male Fig. 2 Fig. 3 33 66.7 Ø30.1 Ø30.1 25.3 Jam nut receptacle - UTS7 Front view 27.2 31.9 18 Ø19.1 3.5 3 12.3 Fig. 5 Fig. 6 Fig. 7 Fig. 4 4.2 18 Ø19.1 3.5 3 18 Ø19.1 3.5 3.1 Square fl ange receptacle - UTS0 Mated connector length Fig. 6 Fig. 7 11.7 Ø19.1 2.3 7.5 7.8 20.8 26.4 Ø3.2 Front view 75.3 81.7 UTS7 UTS0 Panel cut out Drilling pattern 20.8 20.8 Ø3.3 Jam nut receptacle - UTS7 21.4 22.7 3.3 1.6 Ø22 Ø30.5 Ø26.2 22° 30° 68° 10 Ø3.1 4.9 3 Square fl ange receptacle - UTS0 Front mounting Ø18.3 Rear mounting Ø22.3 Mechanics 10 contacts 6A/50V per IEC 61984 106 © 2011 – SOURIAU UTS Series 1210 - 12E10/12D10 Metal terminal * Add G for Green, Y for Yellow, R for Red G for Green Y for Yellow R for Red Crimp tooling Contacts Contact size Part number of head RM/RC 24W3K(1) Standard contacts #20 Ø 1mm S20RM RM/RC 20W3K(1) S20RM RM/RC 18W3K(1) S20RM SM/SC 24W3S(2) S20SCM20 SM/SC 24WL3S(3) S20SCM20 SM/SC 20W3S(2) S20SCM20 SM/SC 20WL3S(3) S20SCM20 Jam nut sealing caps Part number UTS12DCG Part number UTS12DCGR Plug sealing cap Square fl ange sealing cap Part number UTS612DCG Part number UTS12DCGE Part numbers Receptacle cap Plug cap 85005587A 85005596 Plastic protective cap Part numbers / neoprene UTFD13B Gasket Color coding rings Part numbers Receptacles Plugs UTS712CCRR UTS612CCRR UTS712CCRY UTS612CCRY UTS712CCRG UTS612CCRG Handle Tool kit Part number TOOLKIT Part number SHANDLES (1): example of plating, for other plating see UTS catalog page 143 (2): contact reeled (3): loose contact Accessories and tooling Metal terminal © 2011 – SOURIAU 107 UTS Series 1210 - 12E10/12D10 Contacts IEC 6A 50V 1.5kV 3 Electrical characteristics UTS 1210 - 12E10/12D10 derating curves Test conditions Contact used: Machined contacts Wires used: 0.518mm² Current use Limited use Not recommended use UTS 1210 UL 5A 250V UL94 V-0 CSA 4A 250V UL94 V-0 UTS 12E10/12D10 UL 4.5A 250V UL94 HB CSA 4.5A 250V UL94 HB 0 20 40 60 80 100 0 2 4 6 8 10 12 Current (A) Ambient Operating Temperature (°C) 120 #20 Contact type AWG Part number Max wire Ø Max Male Female insulator Ø Crimp Machined 26-24 RM24W3K(1) RC24W3K(1) - 1.58 22-20 RM20W3K(1) RC20W3K(1) - 1.58 20-18 RM18W3K(1) RC18W3K(1) - 2.1 stamped & formed reeled contacts 26-24 SM24W3TK6(2) SC24W3TK6(2) - 0.89-1.58 26-24 SM24W3TK6(2) SC24W3TK6(2) - 0.89-1.58 22-20 SM20W3TK6(2) SC20W3TK6(2) - 1.17-2.08 22-20 SM20W3TK6(2) SC20W3TK6(2) - 1.17-2.08 PCB Machined (3) - RMW5016K RCW5016K - - (1): Example of plating, for other plating see page 143 (2): Loose piece contact available if putting L. Example: SM20ML1-TK6 (3): For dimensions see page 148 Mechanics 10 contacts 6A/50V per IEC 61984 108 © 2011 – SOURIAU OR OR OR OR WITH OR Specifi cations Contact type Connector type Backshell Part number Male insert Female insert Crimp contacts supply separately see page 111 Square fl ange receptacle Without (Fig.1) UTS01412P UTS01412S Free hanging receptacle Cable gland and grommet (Fig.2) UTS1GJC1412P Free hanging receptacle Nut and grommet (Fig.3) UTS1GN1412P Free hanging receptacle Cable gland (Fig.2) UTS1JC1412P UTS1JC1412S Plug Without (Fig.4) UTS61412P UTS61412S Plug Cable gland and grommet (Fig.5) UTS6GJC1412S Plug Nut and grommet (Fig.6) UTS6GN1412S Plug Cable gland (Fig.5) UTS6JC1412P UTS6JC1412S Jam nut receptacle Without (Fig.7) UTS71412P UTS71412S Jam nut receptacle Cable gland and grommet (Fig.9) UTS7GJC1412P Jam nut receptacle Nut and grommet (Fig.8) UTS7GN1412P PCB contacts supply separately see page 111 Square fl ange receptacle Without (Fig.1) UTS01412P UTS01412S Jam nut receptacle Without (Fig.7) UTS71412P UTS71412S Layout UTS Series 1412 © 2011 – SOURIAU 109 Dimensions Note: all dimensions are in mm UTS Series 1412 Plug - UTS6 Female Male Fig. 4 Fig. 5 Fig. 6 33 70 32 25.3 Ø31.5 Ø31.5 Ø31.5 Jam nut receptacle - UTS7 Mated connector length Fig. 7 Fig. 9 Fig. 8 18 18 49 70.7 Ø22.3 Ø22.3 3.5 3.5 1.6 75 82 UTS7 UTS0 Panel cut out Drilling pattern 23.2 23.2 Ø3.3 Jam nut receptacle - UTS7 24.5 25.9 2.2 0.7 3.8 5.8 5.1 2 1.4 1 2.2 4.5 5.9 1 0.3 2.9 5.5 Square fl ange receptacle - UTS0 Front mounting Ø21.5 Rear mounting Ø25.1 Square fl ange receptacle - UTS0 Free hanging - UTS1 78.5 43 Ø22.3 Fig. 3 11.3 Fig. 2 Ø22.3 23.2 28.8 2.3 10.5 21.9 Ø3.2 Fig. 1 Front view Female Male Mechanics 12 contacts 10A/63V per IEC 61984 110 © 2011 – SOURIAU UTS Series 1412 Accessories and tooling (1): example of plating, for other plating see UTS catalog page 143 Metal terminal * Add G for Green, Y for Yellow, R for Red G for Green Y for Yellow R for Red Crimp tooling Contacts Contact size Part number of head RM/RC 28M1K(1) Standard contacts #16 Ø 1.6mm S16RCM20 RM/RC 24M9K(1) S16RCM20 RM/RC 20M13K(1) S16RCM20 RM/RC 20M12K(1) S16RCM20 RM/RC 16M23K(1) S16RCM16 RM/RC 14M50K(1) S16RCM1450 RM/RC 14M30K(1) S16RCM14 SM/SC 24ML1TK6(1) S16SCM20 SM/SC 20ML1TK6(1) S16SCM20 SM/SC 16ML1TK6(1) S16SCML1 SM/SC 14ML1TK6(1) S16SCML1 SM/SC 16ML11TK6(1) S16SCML11 RMDXK10D28K Coaxial contacts M10S-1J RCDXK1D28K M10S-1J RM/RC DX60xxD28K M10S-1J RM/RC DXK10D28 + york090 M10S-1J RM/RC DX60xxD28 M10S-1J Jam nut sealing caps Part number UTS14DCG Part number UTS14DCGR Plug sealing cap Square fl ange sealing cap Part number UTS614DCG Part number UTS14DCGE Part numbers Receptacle cap Plug cap 85005588A 85005597 Plastic protective cap Part numbers / neoprene UTFD14B Gasket Color coding rings Part numbers Receptacles Plugs UTS714CCRR UTS614CCRR UTS714CCRY UTS614CCRY UTS714CCRG UTS614CCRG Handle Tool kit Part number TOOLKIT Part number SHANDLES Metal terminal © 2011 – SOURIAU 111 UTS Series 1412 Contacts UL 10A 500V UL94 V-0 CSA 7A 500V UL94 V-0 IEC 10A 63V 1.5kV 3 Electrical characteristics UTS 1412 derating curves Test conditions Contact used: Machined contacts Wires used: 1.31mm² Current use Limited use Not recommended use 0 20 40 60 80 100 0 3 5 8 10 13 15 18 20 23 25 28 30 Current (A) Ambient Operating Temperature (°C) 120 #16 Contact type AWG Part number Max wire Ø Max Male Female insulator Ø Crimp Machined 30-28 RM28M1K(1) RC28M1K(1) 0.55 1.1 26-24 RM24M9K(1) RC24M9K(1) 0.8 1.6 22-20 RM20M13K(1) RC20M13K(1) 1.18 1.8 22-20 RM20M12K(1) RC20M12K(1) 1.18 2.2 20-16 RM16M23K(1) RC16M23K(1) 1.8 3.2 16-14 RM14M50K(1) RC14M50K(1) 2.05 3.2 16-14 RM14M30K(1) RC14M30K(1) 2.28 3.2 Stamped & formed reeled contacts 26-24 SM24M1TK6(1)(2) SC24M1TK6(1)(2) 0.89-1.28 - 22-20 SM20M1TK6(1)(2) SC20M1TK6(1)(2) 1.17-2.08 - 18-16 SM16M1TK6(1)(2) SC16M1TK6(1)(2) 3.0 - 18-16 SM16M11TK6(1)(2) SC16M11TK6(1)(2) 2.0-3.0 - 14 SM14M1TK6(1)(2) SC14M1TK6(1)(2) 3.2 - PCB Machined (3) - RM20M12E8K(1) RC20M12E84K(1) - - Coaxial Cable Multipiece - RMDXK10D28 RCDXK1D28 - - Cable Monocrimp - RMDX60xxD28 RCDX60xxD28 - - Twisted pair Multipiece - RMDXK10D28 + york090 RCDXK1D28 + york090 - - Twisted pair Monocrimp - RMDX60xxD28 RCDX60xxD28 - - Fiber optic POF contacts Plastic optical fi bre - RMPOF1000 RCPOF1000B - - (1): Example of plating, for other plating see page 143 (2): Loose piece contact available if putting L. Example: SM20ML1-TK6 (3): For dimensions see page 148 Mechanics 12 contacts 10A/63V per IEC 61984 112 © 2011 – SOURIAU OR OR WITH OR UTS Series 14E12/14D12 (4x#16 + 8x#20) Specifi cations Contact type Connector type Backshell Part number Male insert Female insert Handsolder electrical contacts loaded Square fl ange receptacle Without (Fig.6) UTS014E12P UTS014E12S Plug Without (Fig.1) UTS614E12P UTS614E12S Cable gland (Fig.2) UTS6JC14E12P UTS6JC14E12S Jam nut receptacle Without (Fig.3) UTS714E12P UTS714E12S PCB contacts loaded Square fl ange receptacle Without (Fig.6) UTS014D12P UTS014D12S Jam nut receptacle with stand off and with hold down clips Without (Fig.4) UTS714D12P32 UTS714D12S32 Jam nut receptacle with stand off and without hold down clip Without (Fig.5) UTS714D12P UTS714D12S Layout Sealed unmated © 2011 – SOURIAU 113 UTS Series 14E12/14D12 (4x#16 + 8x#20) Dimensions Note: all dimensions are in mm Jam nut receptacle - UTS7 Front view 30.4 35.1 18 Ø22.3 3.5 3 Fig. 3 Fig. 4 Fig. 5 4.2 18 Ø22.3 3.5 3 18 Ø22.3 3.5 3 Plug - UTS6 Fig. 1 Fig. 2 70 Ø35.1 Ø35.1 25.3 Square fl ange receptacle - UTS0 Mated connector length 11.3 Ø22.3 2.3 7.5 7.8 23.2 28.8 Ø3.2 Fig. 6 Front view 75 82 UTS7 UTS0 23.2 Panel cut out 23.2 23.2 Ø3.3 Jam nut receptacle - UTS7 24.5 25.9 Square fl ange receptacle - UTS0 Front mounting Ø21.5 Rear mounting Ø25.1 Drilling pattern 4.5 4.1 Ø22 Ø30.5 Ø26.2 Ø30.5 30° 68° 10 Ø3.1 1.6 4.5 2.3 6.7 22° 1 Mechanics 12 contacts 4A/50V per IEC 61984 114 © 2011 – SOURIAU UTS Series 14E12/14D12 (4x#16 + 8x#20) UTS 14E12/14D12 derating curves Jam nut sealing caps Plug sealing cap Square fl ange sealing cap Accessories Electrical characteristics Metal terminal Part number UTS614DCG Part number UTS14DCGE Metal terminal Part number UTS14DCG Part number UTS14DCGR Part numbers Receptacle cap Plug cap 85005588A 85005597 Plastic protective cap Part numbers / neoprene UTFD14B Gasket UL 4.5A 250V UL94 HB CSA 4.5A 250V UL94 HB IEC 4A 50V 1.5kV 3 Current use Limited use Not recommended use Test conditions Contact used: Machined contacts Wires used: 0.518mm² Color coding rings * Add G for Green, Y for Yellow, R for Red Part numbers Receptacles Plugs UTS714CCRR UTS614CCRR UTS714CCRY UTS614CCRY UTS714CCRG UTS614CCRG G for Green Y for Yellow R for Red 0 20 40 60 80 100 120 0 4 2 6 8 10 12 14 Current (A) Ambient Operating Temperature (°C) © 2011 – SOURIAU 115 UTS Series 14E12/14D12 (4x#16 + 8x#20) Mechanics 116 © 2011 – SOURIAU OR WITH OR UTS Series 12E14/12D14 Specifi cations Contact type Connector type Backshell Part number Male insert Female insert Handsolder electrical contacts loaded Square fl ange receptacle Without (Fig.6) UTS012E14P UTS012E14S Plug Without (Fig.1) UTS612E14P UTS612E14S Cable gland (Fig.2) UTS6JC12E14P UTS6JC12E14S Jam nut receptacle Without (Fig.3) UTS712E14P UTS712E14S PCB contacts loaded Square fl ange receptacle Without (Fig.7) UTS012D14P UTS012D14S Jam nut receptacle with stand off and with hold down clips Without (Fig.4) UTS712D14P32 UTS712D14S32 Jam nut receptacle with stand off and without hold down clip Without (Fig.5) UTS712D14P UTS712D14S Layout Sealed unmated © 2011 – SOURIAU 117 UTS Series 12E14/12D14 Dimensions Note: all dimensions are in mm 14 contacts 5A/32V per IEC 61984 Jam nut receptacle - UTS7 Front view 27.2 31.9 18 Ø19 3.5 3 Fig. 3 Fig. 4 Fig. 5 4.2 18 Ø19 3.5 3 18 Ø19 3.5 3.1 Plug - UTS6 Fig. 1 Fig. 2 66.7 Ø30.1 Ø30.1 25.3 Square fl ange receptacle - UTS0 Mated connector length Fig. 6 Fig. 7 11.7 Ø19 2.4 7.5 7.8 20.8 26.4 Ø3.2 Front view 75.3 81.7 UTS7 UTS0 Panel cut out Drilling pattern 20.8 20.8 Ø3.3 Jam nut receptacle - UTS7 21.4 22.7 4.4 Ø22 Ø30.5 Ø26.2 30° 68° 10 Ø3.1 2.7 2 4.7 3.8 1.8 1.4 Square fl ange receptacle - UTS0 22° Front mounting Ø18.3 Rear mounting Ø22.3 Mechanics 118 © 2011 – SOURIAU UTS Series 12E14/12D14 UTS 12E14/12D14 derating curves Jam nut sealing caps Plug sealing cap Square fl ange sealing cap Accessories Electrical characteristics Metal terminal Part number UTS612DCG Part number UTS12DCGE Metal terminal Part number UTS12DCG Part number UTS12DCGR Part numbers Receptacle cap Plug cap 85005587A 85005596 Plastic protective cap Part numbers / neoprene UTFD13B Gasket UL 4.5A 250V UL94 HB CSA 4.5A 250V UL94 HB IEC 5A 32V 1.5kV 3 Current use Limited use Not recommended use Test conditions Contact used: Machined contacts Wires used: 0.518mm² Color coding rings * Add G for Green, Y for Yellow, R for Red Part numbers Receptacles Plugs UTS712CCRR UTS612CCRR UTS712CCRY UTS612CCRY UTS712CCRG UTS612CCRG G for Green Y for Yellow R for Red 0 20 40 60 80 100 120 0 4 2 6 8 10 Current (A) Ambient Operating Temperature (°C) © 2011 – SOURIAU 119 UTS Series 12E14/12D14 Mechanics 120 © 2011 – SOURIAU OR WITH OR UTS Series 14E15/14D15 Specifi cations Contact type Connector type Backshell Part number Male insert Female insert Handsolder electrical contacts loaded Square fl ange receptacle Without (Fig.6) UTS014E15P UTS014E15S Plug Without (Fig.1) UTS614E15P UTS614E15S Cable gland (Fig.2) UTS6JC14E15P UTS6JC14E15S Jam nut receptacle Without (Fig.3) UTS714E15P UTS714E15S PCB contacts loaded Square fl ange receptacle Without (Fig.7) UTS014D15P UTS014D15S Jam nut receptacle with stand off and with hold down clips Without (Fig.4) UTS714D15P32 UTS714D15S32 Jam nut receptacle with stand off and without hold down clip Without (Fig.5) UTS714D15P UTS714D15S Layout Sealed unmated © 2011 – SOURIAU 121 UTS Series 14E15/14D15 Dimensions Note: all dimensions are in mm Jam nut receptacle - UTS7 Front view 30.4 35.1 18 Ø22.3 3.5 3 Fig. 3 Fig. 4 Fig. 5 4.2 18 Ø22.3 3.5 3 18 Ø22.3 3.5 3 Plug - UTS6 Fig. 1 Fig. 2 70 Ø35.1 Ø35.1 25.3 Square fl ange receptacle - UTS0 Mated connector length Fig. 6 Fig. 7 11.3 Ø22.3 2.3 7.5 23.2 28.8 Ø3.2 Front view 7.8 75 82 UTS7 UTS0 Panel cut out Drilling pattern 23.2 23.2 Ø3.3 Jam nut receptacle - UTS7 24.5 25.9 30° 68° 22° 3.2 5.5 2.5 2.7 6.1 5.1 5.3 6.2 2.8 0.3 5.7 1.9 1 3.5 Square fl ange receptacle - UTS0 Front mounting Ø21.5 Rear mounting Ø25.1 Mechanics 15 contacts 4A/50V per IEC 61984 122 © 2011 – SOURIAU UTS Series 14E15/14D15 UTS 14E15/14D15 derating curves Jam nut sealing caps Plug sealing cap Square fl ange sealing cap Accessories Electrical characteristics Metal terminal Part number UTS614DCG Part number UTS14DCGE Metal terminal Part number UTS14DCG Part number UTS14DCGR Part numbers Receptacle cap Plug cap 85005588A 85005597 Plastic protective cap Part numbers / neoprene UTFD14B Gasket UL 12A 650V UL94 HB CSA 12A 650V UL94 HB IEC 4A 50V 1.5kV 3 Current use Limited use Not recommended use Test conditions Contact used: Machined contacts Wires used: 1.31mm² Color coding rings * Add G for Green, Y for Yellow, R for Red Part numbers Receptacles Plugs UTS714CCRR UTS614CCRR UTS714CCRY UTS614CCRY UTS714CCRG UTS614CCRG G for Green Y for Yellow R for Red 0 20 40 60 80 100 120 Current (A) Ambient Operating Temperature (°C) 0 5 3 8 10 20 18 15 13 23 25 28 30 © 2011 – SOURIAU 123 UTS Series 14E15/14D15 Mechanics 124 © 2011 – SOURIAU OR WITH OR UTS Series 14E18/14D18 Specifi cations Contact type Connector type Backshell Part number Male insert Female insert Handsolder electrical contacts loaded Square fl ange receptacle Without (Fig.6) UTS014E18P UTS014E18S Plug Without (Fig.1) UTS614E18P UTS614E18S Cable gland (Fig.2) UTS6JC14E18P UTS6JC14E18S Jam nut receptacle Without (Fig.3) UTS714E18P UTS714E18S PCB contacts loaded Square fl ange receptacle Without (Fig.7) UTS014D18P UTS014D18S Jam nut receptacle with stand off and with hold down clips Without (Fig.4) UTS714D18P32 UTS714D18S32 Jam nut receptacle with stand off and without hold down clip Without (Fig.5) UTS714D18P UTS714D18S Layout Sealed unmated © 2011 – SOURIAU 125 UTS Series 14E18/14D18 Dimensions Note: all dimensions are in mm Jam nut receptacle - UTS7 Front view 30.4 35.1 18 Ø22.3 3.5 3 Fig. 3 Fig. 4 Fig. 5 4.2 18 Ø22.3 3.5 3 18 Ø22.3 3.5 3 Plug - UTS6 Fig. 1 Fig. 2 70 Ø35.1 Ø35.1 25.3 Square fl ange receptacle - UTS0 Mated connector length Fig. 6 Fig. 7 11.3 Ø22.3 2.3 7.5 23.2 28.8 Ø3.2 Front view 7.8 75 82 UTS7 UTS0 Panel cut out Drilling pattern Jam nut receptacle - UTS7 24.5 25.9 23.2 23.2 Ø3.3 1.6 3.3 6.1 Ø22 Ø26.2 Ø30.5 22° 30° 68° 10 Ø3.1 4.9 2.8 5.7 6.4 Square fl ange receptacle - UTS0 Front mounting Ø21.5 Rear mounting Ø25.1 Mechanics 18 contacts 5A/50V per IEC 61984 126 © 2011 – SOURIAU UTS Series 14E18/14D18 UTS 14E18/14D18 derating curves Jam nut sealing caps Plug sealing cap Square fl ange sealing cap Accessories Electrical characteristics Metal terminal Part number UTS614DCG Part number UTS14DCGE Metal terminal Part number UTS14DCG Part number UTS14DCGR Part numbers Receptacle cap Plug cap 85005588A 85005597 Plastic protective cap Part numbers / neoprene UTFD14B Gasket UL 4A 250V UL94 HB CSA 4A 250V UL94 HB IEC 5A 50V 1.5kV 3 Current use Limited use Not recommended use Test conditions Contact used: Machined contacts Wires used: 0.518mm² Color coding rings * Add G for Green, Y for Yellow, R for Red Part numbers Receptacles Plugs UTS714CCRR UTS614CCRR UTS714CCRY UTS614CCRY UTS714CCRG UTS614CCRG G for Green Y for Yellow R for Red 0 20 40 60 80 100 120 Current (A) Ambient Operating Temperature (°C) 0 6 4 2 8 10 © 2011 – SOURIAU 127 UTS Series 14E18/14D18 Mechanics 128 © 2011 – SOURIAU OR OR WITH OR UTS Series 1419 - 14E19/14D19 Specifi cations Contact type Connector type Backshell Part number Male insert Female insert Crimp contacts supply separately see page 131 Free hanging receptacle Cable gland (Fig.1) UTS1JC1419P UTS1JC1419S Plug Without (Fig.2) UTS61419P UTS61419S Plug Cable gland (Fig.3) UTS6JC1419P UTS6JC1419S Jam nut receptacle Without (Fig.4) UTS71419P UTS71419S PCB contacts supply separately see page 131 Jam nut receptacle Without (Fig.4) UTS71419P UTS71419S Handsolder electrical contacts loaded Square fl ange receptacle Without (Fig.8) UTS014E19P UTS014E19S Plug Without (Fig.2) UTS614E19P UTS614E19S Cable gland (Fig.3) UTS6JC14E19P UTS6JC14E19S Jam nut receptacle Without (Fig.5) UTS714E19P UTS714E19S PCB contacts loaded Square fl ange receptacle Without (Fig.9) UTS014D19P UTS014D19S Jam nut receptacle with stand off and with hold down clips Without (Fig.6) UTS714D19P32 UTS714D19S32 Jam nut receptacle with stand off and without hold down clip Without (Fig.7) UTS714D19P UTS714D19S Layout Sealed unmated Square fl ange receptacle © 2011 – SOURIAU 129 UTS Series 1419 - 14E19/14D19 Dimensions Note: all dimensions are in mm Square fl ange receptacle - UTS0 Mated connector length Fig. 8 Fig. 9 11.3 Ø22.3 2.3 7.5 78 23.2 28.8 Ø3.2 Front view 75 82 UTS7 UTS0 Free hanging - UTS1 Plug - UTS6 78.5 Ø22.3 Fig. 1 Female Male Fig. 2 Fig. 3 33 70 Ø35.1 Ø35.1 25.3 Jam nut receptacle - UTS7 Front view 30.4 35.1 18 3.5 3 12.3 Fig. 5 Fig. 6 Fig. 7 Fig. 4 4.2 18 Ø22.3 3.5 3 18 Ø22.3 Ø22.3 3.5 3 Panel cut out Drilling pattern Jam nut receptacle - UTS7 24.5 25.9 23.2 23.2 Ø3.3 1.6 4.9 Ø22 Ø26.2 Ø30.5 30° 68° 10 Ø3.1 3.3 6.6 2.8 5.7 Square fl ange receptacle - UTS0 22° Front mounting Ø21.5 Rear mounting Ø25.1 Mechanics 19 contacts 5A/32V per IEC 61984 130 © 2011 – SOURIAU UTS Series 1419 - 14E19/14D19 Metal terminal * Add G for Green, Y for Yellow, R for Red G for Green Y for Yellow R for Red Crimp tooling Contacts Contact size Part number of head RM/RC 24W3K(1) Standard contacts #20 Ø 1mm S20RM RM/RC 20W3K(1) S20RM RM/RC 18W3K(1) S20RM SM/SC 24W3S(2) S20SCM20 SM/SC 24WL3S(3) S20SCM20 SM/SC 20W3S(2) S20SCM20 SM/SC 20WL3S(3) S20SCM20 Jam nut sealing caps Part number UTS14DCG Part number UTS14DCGR Plug sealing cap Square fl ange sealing cap Part number UTS614DCG Part number UTS14DCGE Part numbers Receptacle cap Plug cap 85005588A 85005597 Plastic protective cap Part numbers / neoprene UTFD14B Gasket Color coding rings Part numbers Receptacles Plugs UTS714CCRR UTS614CCRR UTS714CCRY UTS614CCRY UTS714CCRG UTS614CCRG Handle Tool kit Part number TOOLKIT Part number SHANDLES (1): example of plating, for other plating see UTS catalog page 143 (2): contact reeled (3): loose contact Accessories and tooling Metal terminal © 2011 – SOURIAU 131 UTS Series 1419 - 14E19/14D19 Contacts IEC 5A 32V 1.5kV 3 Electrical characteristics UTS 1419 - 14E19/14D19 derating curves Test conditions Contact used: Machined contacts Wires used: 0.518mm² Current use Limited use Not recommended use UTS 1419 UL 5A 250V UL94 V-0 CSA 4A 250V UL94 V-0 UTS 14E19/14D19 UL 4A 250V UL94 HB CSA 4A 250V UL94 HB 0 20 40 60 80 100 0 2 4 6 8 10 12 Current (A) Ambient Operating Temperature (°C) 120 #20 Contact type AWG Part number Max wire Ø Max Male Female insulator Ø Crimp Machined 26-24 RM24W3K(1) RC24W3K(1) - 1.58 22-20 RM20W3K(1) RC20W3K(1) - 1.58 20-18 RM18W3K(1) RC18W3K(1) - 2.1 stamped & formed reeled contacts 26-24 SM24W3TK6(2) SC24W3TK6(2) - 0.89-1.58 26-24 SM24W3TK6(2) SC24W3TK6(2) - 0.89-1.58 22-20 SM20W3TK6(2) SC20W3TK6(2) - 1.17-2.08 22-20 SM20W3TK6(2) SC20W3TK6(2) - 1.17-2.08 PCB Machined (3) - RMW5016K RCW5016K - - (1): Example of plating, for other plating see page 143 (2): Loose piece contact available if putting L. Example: SM20ML1-TK6 (3): For dimensions see page 148 Mechanics 19 contacts 5A/32V per IEC 61984 132 © 2011 – SOURIAU OR OR OR WITH UTS Series 1823 Specifi cations Contact type Connector type Backshell Part number Male insert Female insert Crimp contacts supply separately see page 135 Square fl ange receptacle Without (Fig.1) UTS01823P UTS01823S Free hanging receptacle Cable gland (Fig.2) UTS1JC1823P UTS1JC1823S Plug Without (Fig.3) UTS61823P UTS61823S Plug Cable gland (Fig.4) UTS6JC1823P UTS6JC1823S Jam nut receptacle Without (Fig.5) UTS71823P UTS71823S PCB contacts supply separately see page 135 Square fl ange receptacle Without (Fig.1) UTS01823P UTS01823S Jam nut receptacle Without (Fig.5) UTS71823P UTS71823S Layout © 2011 – SOURIAU 133 UTS Series 1823 Dimensions Note: all dimensions are in mm Plug - UTS6 Female Male Fig. 3 Fig. 4 33 81.3 25.3 Ø42 Ø42 Square fl ange receptacle - UTS0 Free hanging - UTS1 89 Ø28.6 Fig. 2 11.3 Ø28.6 27.1 33.5 2.5 10.3 18.9 Ø3.2 Fig. 1 Front view Female Male Jam nut receptacle - UTS7 Mated connector length Front view 41.5 36.9 Fig. 5 18 12.3 Ø28.6 3.5 84.1 90.8 UTS7 UTS0 Panel cut out 27.1 27.1 Ø3.3 Jam nut receptacle - UTS7 24.5 25.9 Drilling pattern 3.5 5 8.3 3.7 6.7 3.4 4.8 1.9 8.6 7.7 5.4 Square fl ange receptacle - UTS0 Front mounting Ø27.9 Rear mounting Ø31.9 Mechanics 23 contacts 9A/63V per IEC 61984 134 © 2011 – SOURIAU UTS Series 1823 Accessories and tooling (1): example of plating, for other plating see UTS catalog page 143 Metal terminal Crimp tooling Contacts Contact size Part number of head RM/RC 28M1K(1) Standard contacts #16 Ø 1.6mm S16RCM20 RM/RC 24M9K(1) S16RCM20 RM/RC 20M13K(1) S16RCM20 RM/RC 20M12K(1) S16RCM20 RM/RC 16M23K(1) S16RCM16 RM/RC 14M50K(1) S16RCM1450 RM/RC 14M30K(1) S16RCM14 SM/SC 24ML1TK6(1) S16SCM20 SM/SC 20ML1TK6(1) S16SCM20 SM/SC 16ML1TK6(1) S16SCML1 SM/SC 14ML1TK6(1) S16SCML1 SM/SC 16ML11TK6(1) S16SCML11 RMDXK10D28K Coaxial contacts M10S-1J RCDXK1D28K M10S-1J RM/RC DX60xxD28K M10S-1J RM/RC DXK10D28 + york090 M10S-1J RM/RC DX60xxD28 M10S-1J Jam nut sealing caps Part number UTS18DCG Part number UTS18DCGR Plug sealing cap Square fl ange sealing cap Part number UTS618DCG Part number UTS18DCGE Part numbers Receptacle cap Plug cap 8500-5590A 8500-5599 Plastic protective cap Part numbers / neoprene UTFD16B Gasket Handle Tool kit Part number TOOLKIT Part number SHANDLES Metal terminal © 2011 – SOURIAU 135 UTS Series 1823 Contacts 120 UL 10A 500V UL94 V-0 CSA 7A 500V UL94 V-0 IEC 9A 63V 1.5kV 3 Electrical characteristics UTS 1823 derating curves Test conditions Contact used: Machined contacts Wires used: 1.31mm² Current use Limited use Not recommended use 0 20 40 60 80 100 0 3 5 8 10 13 15 18 20 23 25 28 30 Current (A) Ambient Operating Temperature (°C) 120 #16 Contact type AWG Part number Max wire Ø Max Male Female insulator Ø Crimp Machined 30-28 RM28M1K(1) RC28M1K(1) 0.55 1.1 26-24 RM24M9K(1) RC24M9K(1) 0.8 1.6 22-20 RM20M13K(1) RC20M13K(1) 1.18 1.8 22-20 RM20M12K(1) RC20M12K(1) 1.18 2.2 20-16 RM16M23K(1) RC16M23K(1) 1.8 3.2 16-14 RM14M50K(1) RC14M50K(1) 2.05 3.2 16-14 RM14M30K(1) RC14M30K(1) 2.28 3.2 Stamped & formed reeled contacts 26-24 SM24M1TK6(1)(2) SC24M1TK6(1)(2) 0.89-1.28 - 22-20 SM20M1TK6(1)(2) SC20M1TK6(1)(2) 1.17-2.08 - 18-16 SM16M1TK6(1)(2) SC16M1TK6(1)(2) 3.0 - 18-16 SM16M11TK6(1)(2) SC16M11TK6(1)(2) 2.0-3.0 - 14 SM14M1TK6(1)(2) SC14M1TK6(1)(2) 3.2 - PCB Machined (3) - RM20M12E8K(1) RC20M12E84K(1) - - Coaxial Cable Multipiece - RMDXK10D28 RCDXK1D28 - - Cable Monocrimp - RMDX60xxD28 RCDX60xxD28 - - Twisted pair Multipiece - RMDXK10D28 + york090 RCDXK1D28 + york090 - - Twisted pair Monocrimp - RMDX60xxD28 RCDX60xxD28 - - Fiber optic POF contacts Plastic optical fi bre - RMPOF1000 RCPOF1000B - - (1): Example of plating, for other plating see page 143 (2): Loose piece contact available if putting L. Example: SM20ML1-TK6 (3): For dimensions see page 148 Mechanics 23 contacts 9A/63V per IEC 61984 136 © 2011 – SOURIAU OR WITH OR UTS Series 1832 Specifi cations Contact type Connector type Backshell Part number Male insert Female insert Crimp contact supply separately see page 139 Free hanging receptacle Cable gland (Fig.1) UTS1JC1832P UTS1JC1832S Plug Without (Fig.2) UTS61832P UTS61832S Plug Cable gland (Fig.3) UTS6JC1832P UTS6JC1832S Jam nut receptacle Without (Fig.4) UTS71832P UTS71832S PCB contacts supply separately see page 139 Jam nut receptacle Without (Fig.4) UTS71832P UTS71832S Layout © 2011 – SOURIAU 137 UTS Series 1832 Dimensions Note: all dimensions are in mm Plug - UTS6 Female Male Fig. 2 Fig. 3 33 81.3 25.3 Ø42 Ø42 Free hanging - UTS1 89 Ø28.6 Fig. 1 Jam nut receptacle - UTS7 Mated connector length - UTS7 90.8 Front view 41.5 36.9 18 12.3 Ø28.6 3.5 Fig. 4 Panel cut out Drilling pattern Jam nut receptacle - UTS7 24.5 25.9 1.6 4.4 5.7 8.1 2.4 3.1 5.3 3.3 6.1 9.7 4.8 7.2 8.7 0.8 2.4 3.8 5.6 9.1 4.9 5.8 2.4 5.5 7.7 8.9 4 6.7 8.5 Mechanics 32 contacts 4A/32V per IEC 61984 138 © 2011 – SOURIAU UTS Series 1832 Metal terminal Crimp tooling Contacts Contact size Part number of head RM/RC 24W3K(1) Standard contacts #20 Ø 1mm S20RM RM/RC 20W3K(1) S20RM RM/RC 18W3K(1) S20RM SM/SC 24W3S(2) S20SCM20 SM/SC 24WL3S(3) S20SCM20 SM/SC 20W3S(2) S20SCM20 SM/SC 20WL3S(3) S20SCM20 Jam nut sealing caps Part number UTS18DCG Part number UTS18DCGR Plug sealing cap Square fl ange sealing cap Part number UTS618DCG Part number UTS18DCGE Part numbers Receptacle cap Plug cap 8500-5590A 8500-5599 Plastic protective cap Part numbers / neoprene UTFD16B Gasket Handle Tool kit Part number TOOLKIT Part number SHANDLES (1): example of plating, for other plating see UTS catalog page 143 (2): contact reeled (3): loose contact Accessories and tooling Metal terminal © 2011 – SOURIAU 139 UTS Series 1832 Contacts UL 5A 250V UL94 V-0 CSA 4A 250V UL94 V-0 IEC 4A 32V 1.5kV 3 Electrical characteristics UTS 1832 derating curves Test conditions Contact used: Machined contacts Wires used: 0.518mm² Current use Limited use Not recommended use 0 20 40 60 80 100 0 2 4 6 8 10 Current (A) Ambient Operating Temperature (°C) 120 #20 Contact type AWG Part number Max wire Ø Max Male Female insulator Ø Crimp Machined 26-24 RM24W3K(1) RC24W3K(1) - 1.58 22-20 RM20W3K(1) RC20W3K(1) - 1.58 20-18 RM18W3K(1) RC18W3K(1) - 2.1 stamped & formed reeled contacts 26-24 SM24W3TK6(2) SC24W3TK6(2) - 0.89-1.58 26-24 SM24W3TK6(2) SC24W3TK6(2) - 0.89-1.58 22-20 SM20W3TK6(2) SC20W3TK6(2) - 1.17-2.08 22-20 SM20W3TK6(2) SC20W3TK6(2) - 1.17-2.08 PCB Machined (3) - RMW5016K RCW5016K - - (1): Example of plating, for other plating see page 143 (2): Loose piece contact available if putting L. Example: SM20ML1-TK6 (3): For dimensions see page 148 Mechanics 32 contacts 4A/32V per IEC 61984 UTS Series © 2011 – SOURIAU 141 Contacts UTS Series Description ....................................................................................................................................... 142 Contact plating selector guide ................................................................................................... 143 Contact selector guide ................................................................................................................. 144 Packaging ......................................................................................................................................... 144 Crimp contacts ................................................................................................................................ 145 #16 coaxial contacts .................................................................................................................... 147 PCB contacts ................................................................................................................................... 148 Fibre optic contacts ....................................................................................................................... 149 142 © 2011 – SOURIAU UTS Series Contacts Contacts Description The UTS series is delivered with (solder and PCB versions) or without contact (crimp version). When contacts are not loaded, this series offers the unique possibility to use the same contact in any layout as long as it receives the same active part size. Thus it is possible to buy only one contact reference and equip all connectors even if housings are different. The main benefit is the standardisation which means reduction of inventory cost. Bearing in mind that any additional tool or complicated assembly process should be avoided, our contacts are based on a snap-in principle which avoid the use of an insertion tool. Crimp contacts are available in different versions: In addition, UTS series can obviously be equipped with solder contacts, PCB contacts, screw termination. • machined • stamped & formed • coaxial • fiber optic © 2011 – SOURIAU 143 UTS Series Contacts Contact plating selector guide As soon as you know what contact size you need, you next have to decide on which type to use. Souriau proposes mainly two different types of electrical contacts: - Machined - Stamped & formed Machined contacts are generally chosen for low quantities purpose as well as a better solution for power applications. Stamped & formed contacts offer the ability to be crimped automatically which makes them more suitable for high volume production applications. Then comes the question: What plating should I choose ? Hereunder is a graph with criteria to guide you: NB: do not mix different plating (e.g. tin plated pin contact with gold plated socket contact). 250 100 0.4μm of gold min Gold fl ash Silver Tin 5mA 5mV Contact size #20 #12 #16 #8 Vibration Number of cycles Current / Voltage Contacts 144 © 2011 – SOURIAU UTS Series Contacts Electrical characteristics: contact resistance #20 Ø1mm Machined < 6m Stamped & formed < 15m #16 Ø1.6mm Machined < 3m Stamped & formed < 6m #12 Ø2.4mm Machined < 5m #8 Ø3.6mm Machined < 5m Available platings (contact supply separately) A 2μ Ni + 2μ Ag J Gold fl ash over 2μ Ni K Min 0.4μ gold over 2μ Ni S31 Active part: Gold fl ash over Ni Crimp area: Nickel S18 Active part: 0.75μ gold min over 2μ Ni Crimp area: 1.3μ tin over Ni Other: Nickel S25 S26 Active part: 0.75μ Au over Ni Crimp area: fl ash Au over Ni TK6 2-5μ Sn pre-plated Conscious of the wide variety of applications, contact packaging has been considered for small series (bulk packaging) and high volume production (reeled contacts): Size contacts #20 & #16 • 100 pieces bulk packing (stamped & formed contacts) Electrical characteristics: contact resistance #20 Ø1mm Machined < 4m #16 Ø1.6mm Machined < 3m Available platings (contact preloaded) Min 0.4μ gold over 2μ Ni Contact preloaded Contact supply separately • 50 pieces bulk packing (machined contacts) • 25 pieces bulk packing (stamped & formed contacts) • 1000 pieces bulk packing (machined contacts) • 5000 pieces reeled (machined contacts) • 3000 pieces reeled (stamped & formed contacts) Size contacts #12 & #8 Contact selector guide Packaging © 2011 – SOURIAU 145 UTS Series Contacts Crimp contacts (1) contact reeled (2) loose contact Exemple: RM24W3K - Size #20, Machined, AWG24 wire. Contact size Type Wire size Part number Max wire Ø Max insulator Ø Plating AWG mm² Male Female available #20 Ø1 mm Machined 26-24 0.13-0.20 RM24W3K RC24W3K 1.58 max K Stamped & Formed 26-24 0.13-0.25 SM24W3-(1) SC24W3-(1) 0.89-1.58 TK6 S25 (female) SM24WL3-(2) SC24WL3-(2) S26 (male) Machined 22-20 0.32-0.52 RM20W3K RC20W3K 1.58 max K Stamped & Formed 22-20 0.35-0.5 SM20W3-(1) SC20W3-(1) 1.17-2.08 TK6 S25 (female) SM20WL3-(2) SC20WL3-(2) S26 (male) Machined 20-18 0.50-0.93 RM18W3K RC18W3K 2.10 max K #16 Ø1.6 mm Machined 30-28 0.05-0.08 RM28M1- RC28M1- 0.55 1.1 K, J Machined 26-24 0.13-0.2 RM24M9- RC24M9- 0.8 1.6 K, J Stamped & Formed 26-24 0.13-0.25 SM24M1-(1) SM24ML1-(2) SC24M1-(1) SC24ML1-(2) 0.89-1.28 Insulation grip S31, S18, TK6 Machined 22-20 0.32-0.52 RM20M13- RC20M13- 1.18 1.8 K, J RM20M12- RC20M12- 2.2 Stamped & Formed 22-20 0.35-0.5 SM20M1-(1) SM20ML1-(2) SC20M1-(1) SC20ML1-(2) 1.17-2.08 Insulation grip S31, S18, TK6 Machined 20-16 0.52-1.5 RM16M23- RC16M23- 1.8 3.2 K, J Stamped & Formed 18-16 0.8-1.5 SM16M1-(1) SM16ML1-(2) SC16M1-(1) SC16ML1-(2) 3.0 No insulation grip S31, S18, TK6 Stamped & Formed 18-16 0.8-1.5 SM16M11-(1) SM16ML11-(2) SC16M11-(1) SC16ML11-(2) 2.0-3.0 Insulation grip S31, S18, TK6 Machined 16-14 1.5-2.5 RM14M50- RC14M50- 2.05 3.2 K, J Machined 16-14 1.5-2.5 RM14M30- RC14M30- 2.28 3.2 K, J Stamped & Formed 14 2.0-2.5 SM14M1-(1) SM14ML1-(2) SC14M1-(1) SC14ML1-(2) 3.2 No insulation grip S31, S18, TK6 #12 Ø2.4 mm Machined 22 0.13-0.4 82911457NA 82911456A - 4.9 A, K 20 0.5 82911459NA 82911458A 18 0.75-1.0 82911461NA 82911460A 16 1.5 82911463NA 82911462A 14 2.5 82911465NA 82911464A 12 4 82911467NA 82911466A #8 Ø3.6 mm Machined 16 1.5 82913601A 82913600A - 6.5 A 14 2.5 82913603A 82913602A 12 4 82913605A 82913604A 10 6.0 82913607A 82913606A 8 10.0 82913609A 82913608A Standard version Contacts 146 © 2011 – SOURIAU Contact 1 Contact 2 Standard male contact Standard female contact Longer male contact Standard male contact Standard female contact FMLB Shorter female contact LMFB UTS Series Contacts Crimp contacts Exemple: RM16M3GE1K - Size #16, Machined, Longer male, AWG16 wire.     First Mate Last Break contacts should be chosen only if the cavity is not marked with the earth symbol. For cavities marked with the earth symbol, standard contacts will fulfi ll the same role as a fi rst mate, last break contact used in a standard cavity. Ground symbol How to make FMLB / LMFB connection First Mate Last Break contacts Contact size Type Wire size Part number Max wire Ø Max insulator Ø Color band Plating available AWG mm² Male Female Front Rear #16 Ø1.6 mm Longer male contact (+1mm) Machined 30-28 0.05-0.08 RM28M1GE1□ - 0.55 1.1 - Red □ = K, J 26-24 0.13-0.2 RM24M9GE1□ 0.8 1.6 Red Red 22-20 0.32-0.52 RM20M13GE1□ 1.18 1.8 Black Red RM20M12GE1□ 2.2 Blue Red 20-16 0.52-1.5 RM16M23GE1□ 1.8 3.2 - Red 16-14 1.5-2.5 RM14M50GE1□ 2.05 - - Red 16-14 1.5-2.5 RM14M30GE1□ 2.28 - - Red #16 Ø1.6 mm Shorter female contact (-0.7mm) Machined 30-28 0.05-0.08 - RC28M1GE7□ 0.55 1.1 - Blue □ = K, J 26-24 0.13-0.2 RC24M9GE7□ 0.8 1.6 Red Blue 22-20 0.32-0.52 RC20M13GE7□ 1.18 1.8 Black Blue RC20M12GE7□ 2.2 Blue Blue 20-16 0.52-1.5 RC16M23GE7□ 1.8 3.2 - Blue 16-14 1.5-2.5 RC14M50GE7□ 2.05 - - Blue 16-14 1.5-2.5 RC14M30GE7□ 2.28 - - Blue ont Re © 2011 – SOURIAU 147 UTS Series Contacts #16 coaxial contacts We provide 2 types of coaxial contacts suitable for 50 or 75, coaxial cable or twisted pair cable. Monocrimp coaxial contact • The monocrimp one-piece coaxial contacts offer high reliability plus the economic advantage of a 95% reduction in installation time over conventional assembly methods. • This economy is achieved by simultaneously crimping both the inner conductor and outer braid or drain wire. Multipiece crimp coaxial contact • The inner conductor and outer braid is crimped individually. • The thermoplastic insulating bushing in the outer body is designed to accept and permanently retain the inner contact. • An outer ferrule is used to connect the braid to the outer contact and provide cable support to ensure against bending and vibration. Suitable for Coaxial cable or Twisted cable • For jacket diameter from 1.78 to 3.05mm Inner conductor up to 2.44mm diameter • For jacket diameter from 0.64 to 1.45mm Inner conductor from AWG30 to AWG24 Contacts for coaxial cable summary Contact type Contact range Contact part number with cable combination Cabling notice Male contact Female contact Multipiece RMDXK10D28 RCDXK1D28 See page 176 See pages 180 & 181 Monocrimp RMDX60xxD28 RCDX60xxD28 See page 182 Contacts for twisted pairs cable summary Contact type Contact range Contact part number with cable combination Cabling notice Male contact Female contact Multipiece RMDXK10D28 + YORK090 RCDXK1D28 + YORK090 See page 177 See page 178 Monocrimp RMDX60xxD28 RCDX60xxD28 See page 179 Coaxial contact range Contacts 148 © 2011 – SOURIAU PCB contacts PCB contacts PCB soldering UTS range can be carried out with a wave soldering process, but not refl ow soldering process. All high temperature processes are prohibited. Nominal length (G) Dimension of dipsolder contacts out of connector (contacts to be ordered separately). Contact size Type Part number Plating Male Female #20 Ø1mm Short version RMW50A7K RCW50A7K K Long version RMW5016K RCW5016K #16 Ø1.6mm Short version RM20M12E8K RC20M12E8K K Long version RM20M12E83K RC20M12E83K RC20M12E84K Exemple: RM50A7K - Size #20, Short version, male. UTS Series Contacts G * Plating indication: see plating table Connector size Pin contact Socket contact RM20M12E8*□ RM20M12E83*□ RC20M12E8*□ RC20M12E83*□ RC20M12E84*□ 10 4 9.1 3.3 8.5 12.1 12 4 9.1 3.3 8.5 12.1 14 4 9.1 3.3 8.5 12.1 16 4 9.1 3.3 8.5 12.1 Connector size Pin contact Socket contact RM20M 12E8*□ RM20M 12E83*□ RMW 50A7K RMW 5016K RC20M 12E8*□ RC20M 12E83*□ RCW 50A7K RCW 5016K 10 4.1 9.2 9.51 10.41 4.65 8.5 2.4 3.04 12 4 9.2 9.51 10.41 3.3 8.5 2.4 3.04 14 4 9.2 9.51 10.41 3.3 8.5 2.4 3.04 16 4 9.2 9.51 10.41 3.3 8.5 2.4 3.04 UTS0 UTS7 © 2011 – SOURIAU 149 Fibre optic contacts Size 16 Fibre optic contacts for TRIM TRIO® connectors Size 16 Fibre optic contacts are optical contacts designed for the integration of optical links in all TRIM TRIO® cable connectors. The Fibre optic contacts are designed to accommodate: • Plastic Optical Fibre (POF) 1 mm core and 2.2 mm jacket • Plastic Clad Fibre (PCF) 230μm core and 2.2 mm jacket Typical features and benefits are: • Socket contact is spring loaded to avoid any air gap between the two optical faces. • Low insertion loss is provided by high precision pieces. • Single jumpers, multiway harness and active device housings can be supplied regarding customer requirement. Performance • Fibre type: ................................................................................................................................POF • Wave length: ........................................................................................................................650 nm • Optical insertion loss (typ.): ..........................................................................................2 dB max. • Jacketed external diameter: ............................................................................................2.2mm • Temperature range: ....................................................................................................-25°C to +70°C • Cable retention: ..................................................................................................................... 49N • Mating cycles without cleaning: .........................................................................................50 • Max. mating cycles: ...............................................................................................................500 Construction • Contact body: Copper alloy Connector accommodation Any TRIM TRIO® size 16 contact can be used in any contact position in any connector in the TRIM TRIO® size 16 interconnection system : UTP, UTS, UTG, UTO. UTS Series Contacts Description Technical characteristics Contacts 150 © 2011 – SOURIAU Fibre optic contacts UTS Series Contacts POF Contact (Plastic Optical Fibre) Ordering information Part numbers Descriptions 80WD0005 Stripping tool 80WD0025 Automatic stripping tool for Ø 0.5 mm, 0.6 mm, 0.7 mm & 3.8 mm 80WM0006 Ruler 80WP0005 Polishing plate 80WP0013 Non slip base (to hold the polishing plate) 80WP0014 Polishing disk (grain size 9μm) 80WP0018 Polishing tool 80WP0019 Polishing disk (grain size 30μm) 80WS0002 Crimping plier STANDARD TOOLING KIT - P/N 80MS0004 The standard tooling kit is made of the part numbers below that can be ordered separately as well. Part numbers Descriptions 80WG0010 Needle 80WG0015 Capsule 80WG0016 Syringe 80WN0005 Dry air spray 80WN0006 Optical paper 80WN0012 Dropping bottle 80WN0008 Wiping solvent SPECIFIC TOOLING LIST - can be ordered only separately POF Contacts (Plastic Optical Fibre) Male contact ................................................RMPOF1000 Female contact ......................................... RCPOF1000B © 2011 – SOURIAU 151 UTS Series Contacts Contacts UTS Series © 2011 – SOURIAU 153 Technical information UTS Series Tooling ............................................................................................................................................... 154 Assembly intruction ....................................................................................................................... 156 Dimensions overmoulded harnesses ...................................................................................... 162 Extraction tools ............................................................................................................................... 162 Rated current & working voltage ............................................................................................... 163 UV resistance .................................................................................................................................. 164 UL94 + UL1977 ............................................................................................................................. 165 IEC 61984 & IP codes explained ............................................................................................. 168 What is NEMA rating ? ................................................................................................................. 170 Ethernet for the layman ................................................................................................................ 171 154 © 2011 – SOURIAU UTS Series Technical information Souriau has been working in partnership with Mecal for a good number of years. With sales offi ces located in all major industrial regions of the world, the combined strengths of both organisations has resulted in a truly global solution to all your production tooling needs. Mecal sales network: Mecal is leader in manufacturing tooling for crimping terminals over a stripped wire. Established in 1976, Mecal has become one of the world's leading companies dedicated to the design and manufacture of semi automatic production tools for strip fed, open barrel crimp terminals, serving the Automotive, Telecom and Datacomm industry. The extreme environment interconnect specialist “from deep sea to deep space”. Souriau designs manufactures and markets high performance interconnect solutions for severe environments dedicated to the aerospace, defence, light and heavy industry markets. Mini Applicator Stripper Presses Tooling www.mecal.net/eng/retevendita.php Automatic crimping tools © 2011 – SOURIAU 155 UTS Series Technical information Contact size Part number Head Handles #20 1mm RM/RC 24W3 - S20RCM SHANDLES RM/RC 20W3 - RM/RC 18W3 - SM 24W3S-(1) SC 24W3S-(1) S20SCM20 SM 24WL3S-(2) SC 24WL3S-(2) SM/SC 20W3S-(1) SM/SC 20WL3S-(2) #16 1.6mm RM/RC 28M1- S16RCM20 RM/RC 24M9- RM/RC 20M13- RM/RC 20M12- RM/RC 16M23- S16RCM16 RM/RC 14M50- S16RCM1450 RM/RC 14M30- S16RCM14 SM/SC 24M1- SM/SC 24ML1- S16SCM20 SM/SC 20M1- SM/SC 20ML1- SM/SC 16M1- SM/SC 16ML1- S16SCML1 SM/SC 14M1- SM/SC 14ML1- SM/SC 16M11- SM/SC 16ML11- S16SCML11 Specifi c contacts Contact size Part number Tool with separate locator Extraction tools Hand tool Positioner + locator setting #12 2.4mm 8291 1457N- / 8291 1456- M317 VGE10077A 1-2 5106020924 8291 1459N- / 8291 1458- 2 8291 1461N- / 8291 1460- 2 8291 1463N- / 8291 1462- 3 8291 1465N- / 8291 1464- 3 8291 1467N- / 8291 1466- 4 #8 3.6mm 8291 3601A / 8291 3600A M317 VGE10078A 3 51060210936 8291 3603A / 8291 3602A 3 8291 3605A / 8291 3604A 4 8291 3607A / 8291 3606A 5 8291 3609A / 8291 3608A 6/7 Contact size Part number Hand tools (SHANDLES) head Tool with separate locator Extraction tools Hand tool Positioner + locator setting #16 Ø 1.6mm Longer RM contact RM28M1GE1- S16RCM20 RX2025GE1 RM24M9GE1- RM20M13GE1- RM16M23 GE1- S16RCM16 MH860 MH86186 6/8 RM14M50 GE1- S16RCM1450 M317 UH25 3 RM14M30 GE1- S16RCM14 #16 Ø 1.6mm Shorter RC contact RC28M1GE7- S16RCM20 MH860 MH86164G 4/6 RC24M9GE7- 5/6 RC20M13GE7- RC20M12GE7- 5/7 RC16M23GE7- S16RCM16 6/8 RC14M50GE7- S16RCM1450 M317 UH25 3 RC14M30GE7- S16RCM14 Standard contacts Coaxial contacts See cabling notice chapter Appendices, pages 178 to 182. (1) contact reeled (2) loose contact Note: endurance of SHANDLES tool = 5 000 cycles. 51060210924 51060210936 SHANDLES Crimptooling table Technical information 156 © 2011 – SOURIAU Assembly instruction Part number Stripping length L Male Female (mm) Machined contact #16 RM28M1- / RM24M9- RM20M13- / RM20M12- RC28M1- / RC24M9- RC20M13- / RC20M12- 4.8 RM16M23- / RM14M50- RM14M30- RC16M23- / RC14M50- RC14M30- 7.1 #20 RM24W3- / RM20W3- RM18W3- RC24W3- / RC20W3- RC18W3- 4.8 Stamped & formed #16 SM24M1- / SM24ML1- SM20M1- / SM20ML1 SC24M1- / SC24ML1- SC20M1- / SC20ML1- 4 SM16M11- / SM16ML11- SC16M11- / SC16ML11- 4.65 SM16M1- / SM16ML1- SC16M1- / SC16ML1- 6.35 SM14M1- / SM14ML1- SC16M11- / SC16ML11- 6.35 Screw contacts Power contacts #12 8291 1457- / 8291 1459- / 8291 1461- / 8291 1463- / 8291 1465- / 8291 1467- 8291 1456- / 8291 1458- / 8291 1460- /8291 1462- / 8291 1464- / 8291 1466 - 7 to 8 Power contacts #8 8291 3601- / 8291 3603- / 8291 3605- 8291 3607- / 8291 3609- 8291 3600- / 8291 3602- / 8291 3604- / 8291 3606- / 8291 3608- 6.5 to 7.5 Contact delivered with connector 5.8 Part number Stripping length L Male Female (mm) Machined contact #16 & #20 5 L L L L Without insulation support With insulation support L UTS Series Technical information Wire stripping crimp version Wire stripping solder version © 2011 – SOURIAU 157 One of the key factors which affects the performance of a connector, is the way contacts are terminated. Crimped connections are nowadays seen as the best solution to ensure quality throughout the lifetime of the product. Here are some reasons why we recommend this method of termination for UTS connectors: Advantages (Extract from the IEC 60352-2): - Effi cient processing of connections at each production level - Processing by fully-automatic or semi- automatic crimping machines, or with hand operated tools - No cold-soldered joints - No degradation of the spring characteristic of female contacts by the soldering temperature - No health risk from heavy metal and fl ux steam - Preservation of conductor fl exibility behind the crimped connection - No burnt, discolored and overheated wire insulation - Good connections with reproducible electrical and mechanical performances - Easy production control. To ensure that the crimp tooling is performing according tooriginal specifi cations, it is important to carry out regular checks. A common way to check the performance of tooling is with a simple pull test, ideally using a dedicated electric pull tester. Minimum recommended full forces are indicated in the tables below: Active contact part Contact type Die location on heads Wire section range Section (mm²) Tensile straight test (mini) Height (Mm) H (±0.075) Width (Mm) W (±0.075) Head's P/N Machined contacts size 20 RM/RC 24W3* 26/24 AWG 26 0.12 min 15 N 0.95 1.27 S20RCM AWG 24 0.25 max 32 N RM/RC 20W3* 22/20 AWG 22 0.32 min 40 N 1.26 1.78 AWG 20 0.50 max 60 N RM/RC 18W3* 20/18 AWG 20 0.50 max 60 N 1.35 1.86 AWG 18 0.82 max 90 N S & F contacts size 20 SM/SC 24WL3TK6* 26/24 AWG 26 0.12 min 15 N 0.80 1.49 S20SCM20 AWG 24 0.25 max 32 N SM/SC 20WL3TK6* 22/20 AWG 22 0.32 min 40 N 1.01 1.53 AWG 20 0.50 max 60 N Machined contacts size 16 RM/RC 28M1K* 30/28 AWG 30 0.05 min 11 N 1.14 1.41 S16RCM20 AWG 28 0.08 max 11 N RM/RC 24M9K* 26/24 AWG 26 0.12 min 15 N 1.15 1.41 AWG 24 0.25 max 32 N RM/RC 20M13K* 22/20 AWG 22 0.32 min 40 N 1.26 1.76 AWG 20 0.50 max 60 N RM/RC 20M12K* AWG 22 0.32 min 40 N AWG 20 0.50 max 60 N RM/RC 16M23K* 20 AWG 20 0.50 max 60 N 1.66 2.18 18 AWG 18 0.82 max 90 N 1.80 2.28 S16RCM16 16 AWG 16 1.50 max 150 N 1.96 2.43 RM/RC 14M30K* 16 AWG 16 1.50 min 150 N 2.10 2.68 S16RCM14 14 AWG 14 2.50 min 230 N 2.30 2.78 RM/RC 14M50K* 16 AWG 16 1.50 min 150 N 2.09 2.59 S16RCM1450 14 AWG 14 2.50 max 230 N 2.26 2.71 S & F contacts size 16 SM/SC 24ML1TK6* 26/24 AWG 26 0.12 min 15 N 0.84 1.50 S16SCM20 AWG 24 0.25 max 32 N SM/SC 20ML1TK6* 22/20 AWG 22 0.32 min 40 N 1.02 1.54 AWG 20 0.50 max 60 N SM/SC 16ML11TK6* 18 AWG 18 0.82 min 90 N 1.32 2.09 S16SCML11 16 AWG 16 1.50 max 150 N 1.36 2.10 SM/SC 16ML1TK6* 18 AWG 18 0.82 min 90 N 1.49 2.02 16 AWG 16 1.50 max 150 N 1.7 2.05 S16SCML1 SM/SC14ML1TK6* 14 AWG 14 2.50 max 230 N 1.79 2.58 (1): example of plating, for other plating see page 143 W W H H Machined contact Stamped & Formed contact UTS Series Technical information Crimping Technical information 158 © 2011 – SOURIAU • Strip wires, crimp or solder contacts • Insert contacts into connector cavities (insert manually or use tool RTM205 crimp contacts only) • Place receptacle in the panel cut-out, with optional gasket • Secure receptacle with screws (not supplied) Gasket (optional) Gasket (optional) Front mounting : Crimp version Rear mounting : Crimp version Optional coding ring Optional coding ring Panel thickness: 2.5mm max Panel Receptacle fl ange Receptacle fl ange 3mm max 3mm max Pa Gasket (optional) Optional coding ring Optional coding ring Front mounting : Solder version Rear mounting : Solder version Gasket (optional) UTS Series Technical information UTS 0 assembly (mounting suggestion) © 2011 – SOURIAU 159 Shell size Nut tightening torque (Nm) Ø Wire 10 1 from 1.7 mm to 3.0 mm 12 1.5 14 1.5 Nut Grommet + Compression ring Optional coding ring • Slide accessories on the cable (make sure to keep compression ring on the grommet) • Strip wires and crimp contacts • Insert fi rst contact into the grommet (fi rst contact in cavity A, use male contact to pierce the grommet, no tool is required), then insert the contact in the connector cavity A (insert manually or use tool RTM205) • Place the grommet and compression ring on the insulator • Insert the other contacts • Tighten nut (recommended torque: see note) Shell size Jam nut torque (Nm) Tool tightening Ø Wire Standard version Discrete wire sealing 8 1.5 19.05 3.2 mm max. from 1.7 mm to 3.0 mm 10 3 22.25 12 4 27.15 14 5 30.19 18 5 36.5 • Strip wires, crimp or solder contacts • Insert contacts into connector cavities (insert manually or use tool RTM205 crimp contacts only) • Seat o-ring, place receptacle in the panel cut-out • Tighten jam nut O-ring O-ring Jam nut Jam nut Panel thickness: 3.2mm max Panel thickness: 3.2mm max Optional coding ring Optional coding ring Crimp version Solder version Finally UTS Series Technical information UTS 7 assembly (mounting suggestion) UTS 6 GN / UTS 7 GN assembly Technical information 160 © 2011 – SOURIAU • Slide accessories on the cable • Strip external cable jacket • Strip wires and crimp contacts • Insert contacts into connector cavities (insert manually or use tool RTM205) • Tight adapter with plug, choose right seal (waste the other seal), tight nut with adapter (recommended torque values to be applied according to the table - right) • Caution: only one of both delivered gasket should be used ! Shell size Recommended jacket strip length (mm) Adapter tightening torque (Nm) Nut tightening torque (Nm) Ø Cable range Standard seal Ø Cable range Reducing seal Ø Wire Male Female 10 21 29 1.5 2 2.5/8.0 1.5/5.0 3.2 mm max. 12 25 33 2 2.5 5.0/12.0 3.0/9.0 14 29 36 3 2.5 7.0/14.0 5.0/12.0 18 37 45 4 3.5 9.0/18.0 7.0/16.0 Coding ring Nut Adapter + mounted gasket Make sure the seal is positioned as shown. • Slide accessories on the cable • Strip external cable jacket • Strip wires and solder contacts • Tight adapter with plug, choose right seal (waste the other seal), tight nut with adapter (recommended torque values to be applied according to the table - right) • Caution: only one of both delivered gasket should be used ! Shell size Recommended jacket strip length (mm) Adapter tightening torque (Nm) Nut tightening torque (Nm) Ø Cable range Standard seal Ø Cable range Reducing seal Ø Wire Male 8 17 1 0.75 2.5/6.5 1.5/5.0 3.2 mm max. 10 21 1.5 2 2.5/8.0 1.5/5.0 12 25 2 2.5 5.0/12.0 3.0/9.0 14 29 3 2.5 7.0/14.0 5.0/12.0 Make sure the seal is positioned as shown.   Assembly instruction Coding ring Nut Adapter + mounted gasket UTS Series Technical information UTS 1 JC / UTS 6 JC assembly: Crimp version UTS 6 JC assembly: Solder version © 2011 – SOURIAU 161 Shell size UTS0 + UTS6 EN JC & CJC UTS0 + UTS6 EN GN UTS7 + UTS6 EN JC & CJC UTS7 + UTS6 EN GN A max B max C max D max 8 61.1 - 66.6 - 10 73.2 39.6 77.3 43.7 12 77.6 39.4 81.7 43.5 14 83.5 40 87.6 44.1 18 93.1 - 97.2 - UTS0 + UTS6 A B UTS7 + UTS6 C D • Slide accessories on the cable (make sure to keep compression ring on the grommet) • Strip external cable jacket • Strip wires and crimp contacts • Insert fi rst contact into the grommet (fi rst contact in cavity A, the contact pierces the grommet, no tool is required), then insert the contact in the connector cavity A (insert manually or use tool RTM205) • Place the grommet and compression ring on the insulator • Insert the other contacts • Tight adapter with plug, choose right seal (waste the other seal), tight nut with adapter (recommended torque values to be applied according to the table - right). Nut Adapter + mounted gasket Grommet + Compression ring Optional coding ring Shell size Recommended jacket strip length (mm) Adapter tightening torque (Nm) Nut tightening torque (Nm) Ø Cable range Standard seal Ø Cable range Reducing seal Ø Wire Male Female 10 21 29 1.5 2 2.5/8.0 1.5/5.0 from 1.7 mm to 3.0 mm 12 25 33 2 2.5 5.0/12.0 3.0/9.0 14 29 36 3 2.5 7.0/14.0 5.0/12.0 UTS Series Technical information UTS 1 GJC / UTS 6 GJC assembly Mated connector length Note: all dimensions are in mm Technical information 162 © 2011 – SOURIAU Extraction: Place the tool into the cavity from front face of the connector, push on the handle, then remove the contact.. Special case with the tool RX2025GE1: A - When setting up in the cell, keep fi rmly the tool by the hexagonal metallic part and insert tool in cavity. B - Push the tool by the handle to extract the contact. UTS Series Technical information 51060210924 51060210936 RX2025GE1 Contact size Extractor #20 RX20D44 #16 RX2025GE1 #12 51060210924 #8 51060210936 L L1 Shell size UTS0 UTS7 L max L1 max L2 max L3 max L max L1 max L2 max L3 max 8 42.8 36.8 80.7 57.2 46.8 36.8 85.8 57.2 10 55.8 50.3 98.6 92 60.5 50.3 102.7 92 12 57.1 51.4 99.3 93.7 61.4 51.4 106.4 93.7 14 62.5 56.3 100.3 94.6 67.6 56.3 104.8 94.6 L2 L3 Dimensions overmoulded harnesses Extraction tools Extraction tools instruction for size 16 RX20D44 © 2011 – SOURIAU 163 Rated current & working voltage The current carrying capacity of a connector is limited by the thermal properties of materials used in it's construction. The amount of current that can be handled depends on the size of cable used, the ambient temperature and the heat that is generated inside the connector. Part 3 of the IEC 60512 standard determines through a derating curve, the maximum current permissible, which varies from one layout to another (Fig.1 & Fig.2). Wire size plays an important role as well, since they help to dissipate heat and avoid overheating (Fig.1 & Fig.3). Please note that the curve should be adjusted when dealing with potential hot spots, which can occur as a result of unequal loading of current across a number of contacts. As a general rule, it is best to avoid locating power handling contacts in the middle of the connector; try to locate them towards the edge where heat can be dissipated more effectively. Eventually you should fi nd a level which represents the permissible operating range: The rated current is defi ned as uninterrupted continuous current that a connector can take when all contacts are energized simultaneously without exceeding the maximum limit of temperature. The earth contact is never loaded. 0 20 40 60 80 100 120 0 3 5 8 10 13 15 18 20 23 25 28 30 Current (A) Ambient Operating Temperature (°C) Fig.1: UTS 12-4 – 1.5mm² wires 0 20 40 60 80 100 120 0 3 5 8 10 13 15 18 20 23 25 28 30 Current (A) Ambient Operating Temperature (°C) Fig.2: UTS 12-8 – 1.5mm² wires Current use Limited use Not recommended use 0 20 40 60 80 100 120 0 3 5 8 10 13 15 18 20 23 25 28 30 Current (A) Ambient Operating Temperature (°C) Fig.3: UTS 12-4 – 2.5mm² wires 33 35 UTS Series Technical information Current carrying capacity Technical information 164 © 2011 – SOURIAU Solar radiation affects all materials, but plastics can be susceptible to extreme degradation over time. The choice of materials for the UTS series was therefore a critical consideration. All over the world we are not exposed to the same amount of energy given by the sun. The chart shown here clearly illustrates this. So we performed test according to the ISO 4892-2 and simulated 5 years exposure to outdoor environments (temperature, humidity, etc...) After this period there was no signifi cant colour variation, no crazing, no cracking and no major variation of mechanical properties. Yearly mean of daily irradiation in UV (280-400 nm) on horizontal plane (J/cm²) (1990-2004) 90° 60° 30° 0° - 30° - 90° - 60° - 180° - 150° - 120° - 90° - 60° - 30° 0° 30° 60° 90° 120° 150° 180° J/cm² 0 10 20 30 50 60 70 80 90 100 110 120 130 150 160 170 180 190 40 140 UTS Series Technical information UV resistance © 2011 – SOURIAU 165 There are two main standards for industrial connectors: UL94 & UL1977 UL94 This standard is dedicated to plastics fl ammability. It characterises how the material burns in various orientation and thicknesses. The UTS series has been rated at V-0 & HB. Procedure: A specimen is supported in a vertical or horizontal position and a fl ame is applied to the bottom of the specimen. The fl ame is applied for ten seconds and then removed until fl aming stops, at which time the fl ame is reapplied for another ten seconds and then removed. Two sets of fi ve specimens are tested. The two sets are conditioned under different conditions. V-0 Vertical burning: • Specimens must not burn with fl aming combustion for more than 10 seconds after either test fl ame application. • Total fl aming combustion time must not exceed 50 seconds for each set of 5 specimens. • Specimens must not burn with fl aming or glowing combustion up to the specimen holding clamp. • Specimens must not drip fl aming particles that ignite the cotton. • No specimen can have glowing combustion remain for longer than 30 seconds after removal of the test fl ame. ~~ 5’’ 12’’ 45° Cotton Material Underwriter Laboratories HB Horizontal burning: • A material classed HB shall not have a burning rate exceeding 40 mm per minute over a 75 mm span for specimens having a thickness of 3.0 to 13 mm. • A material classed HB shall not have a burning rate exceeding 75 mm per minute over a 75 mm span for specimens having a thickness less than 3.0 mm. • A material classed HB shall cease to burn before the 100 mm reference mark. 45° 45° Material 100±1mm 25±1mm 10±1mm Wire gauze Wire gauze UTS Series Technical information Technical information 166 © 2011 – SOURIAU Underwriter Laboratories UL1977 There are several standards which deal with plug and receptacle. Each of them is only for a small area of applications. It could be telecommunication, Etc. The UL 1977 covers single and multipole connectors intended for factory assembly. Requirements apply to devices in taking into account intensity and voltage. There a categories as follows: Type 0 Type 1A Tybe 1B Type 2 Type 3 Type 4 0 0 8.3 A 31 A 200 A 1000 A 600 V 30 V (42 V peak) According to above table, the level of performance that has to be reached could be different. Most of them are explained in the following page. Assembly: Connector has to be keyed to prevent any mismating that can damage the machine or hurt the user. In the same way, plugs and sockets have to be equipped to protect persons against contact with live parts. Finally the identifi ed grounding contact shall be located so that the corresponding electrical continuity has to be completed before any other contact. Insulating materials: Material uses for electrical insulation, as a minimum, have to comply with the characteristics shown below: • Minimum ratings for polymeric materials Type Flame rating Relative thermal index (RTI) Electrical/mechanical w/o impact */** 0 - 50/50 1A HB 50/50 1B HB 50/50 2 HB 50/50 3 HB 50/50 4 HB 50/50 * The RTI of the material shall not be lower than the temperature measured during the Temperature Test. ** For a thickness less than that for which a value has been established, the RTI of the minimum thickness with an established value shall be used. UTS Series Technical information © 2011 – SOURIAU 167 Underwriter Laboratories UL1977 Spacing: For a 250V max connector, distance through air or over material shall be 1.2mm whereas from 250V to 600V connector the spacing is 3.2 minimum. These distances have to be taken between uninsulated live parts as shown in the matrix below: An alternative way to determine voltage rating is with the Dielectric-Withstand test. If during one minute there is no arc-over or breakdown the rated voltage is given as given below: a) 500 volts for a type 1B device b) 1000 volts plus twice rated voltage for types 1A, 2, 3 and 4 devices. • Applicability of spacing requirements Type Uninsulated live part - uninsulated live part of opposite polarity Uninsulated live part - uninsulated grounded metal part Uninsulated live part - exposed dead metal part 0 No No No 1A Yes Yes Yes 1B Yes Yes No 2 Yes Yes Yes 3 Yes Yes Yes 4 Yes Yes Yes Marking: A device shall be legibly marked with the manufacturer's trade name, trade mark, or other descriptive marking by which the organisation responsible for the product may be identifi ed. (Exception: If the device is too small, or where the legibility would be diffi cult to attain, the manufacturer’s name, trademark, or other descriptive marking may appear on the smallest unit container or carton) The following shall be marked on the device or on the smallest unit container or carton or on a stuffer sheet in the smallest unit container or carton: a) The catalogue number or an equivalent designation b) The electrical rating in both volts and amperes, if assigned c) Whether ac or dc, if restricted d) Flammability class, if identifi ed Example - Marking for the arrangement 10-3: 10A 500V UL94 V-0 UTS Series Technical information Technical information 168 © 2011 – SOURIAU The norm is dedicated to connectors with rated voltage above 50V and up to 1000V and rated currents up to 125A per contact. But depending of your application connectors should be compliant with another standard. This has to be double checked with the customer. There are lot of constructional requirements and performances specifi ed in that standard. Most of them are illustrated in greater details hereafter. Provisions for earthing: The UTS connector is intended to be used on Class II systems. Even if the purpose of our connector is not to interrupt current, we often see a need to add a protective earth contact. Then this one shall be a “First mate, last break” style. Critically, among all of the normal assumptions we make in designing a connector, this contact has to be considered as a live part and must be protected against electric shock by double or reinforced insulation. IP Code: IP is a coding system defi ned by the IEC 60529 to indicate the degrees of protection provided by an enclosure. The aim of this is to give information regarding the accessibility of live parts against ingress of water and other foreign bodies. 1st digit Degree of protection 2nd digit Degree of protection 0 No protection against accidental contact. No protection against solid foreign bodies. 0 No protection against water. 1 Protection against contacts with any large area by hand and against large solid foreign bodies with a diameter bigger than 50 mm. 1 Drip-proof. Protection against vertical water drips. 2 Protection against contacts with the fi ngers. Protection against solid foreign bodies with a diameter bigger than 12 mm. 2 Drip-proof. Protection against water drips up to a 15° angle. 3 Protection against tools, wires or similar objects with a diameter bigger than 2.5 mm. Protection against small solid bodies with a diameter bigger than 2.5 mm. 3 Spray-proof. Protection against diagonal water drips up to a 60° angle. 4 As 3 however diameter is bigger than 1 mm. 4 Splash-proof. Protection against splashed water from all directions. 5 Full protection against contacts. Protection against interior injurious dust deposits. 5 Hose-proof. Protection against water (out of a nozzle) from all directions. 6 Total protection against contacts. Protection against penetration of dust. 6 Protection against temporary fl ooding. 7 Protection against temporary immersions. 8 Protection against water pressure. Pressure to be specifi ed by supplier. 9K High pressure hose-proof. Protection against high pressure water (out of a nozzle) from all directions. IP 6 8 First digit (foreign bodies protection) Second digit (water protection) Code letters (international Protection) UTS offers high sealing performance IP68 / 69K… Even in dynamic situations. In addition to the IEC 60529 we conjointly use the DIN 40050 part 9 which are dedicated to road vehicles. The main differences are: • First digit: 5 replaced by 5K, 6 by 6K. In the DIN the tested equipment is not depressurized as it is in the IEC. • Second digit: 5K and 6K has been added and are equivalent respectively to 5 and 6 but with higher pressure. 9K which represents the High pressure cleaning. IEC 61984 ed.2.0 “Copyright © 2008 IEC Geneva, Switzerland.www.iec.ch" IEC 60664-1 ed.2.0 “Copyright © 2007 IEC Geneva, Switzerland.www.iec.ch” UTS Series Technical information IEC 61984 © 2011 – SOURIAU 169 Overvoltage UTS connectors are qualifi ed to be used on systems rated at Overvoltage category III Per the IEC 60664-1 (formely VDE 0110) each category is linked to the end application and where the device will be implemented: • Category IV (primary overcurrent protection equipment): Origin of the installation • Category III (Any fi xed installation with a permanent connection) Fixed installation and equipment and for cases where the reliability and the availability is subject to special requirements • Category II (Domestic applicances): Energy consuming equipment to be supplied from the fi xed installation • Category I (Protected electronic circuit): For connection to circuit in which measures are taken to limit transient overvoltage. Pollution degree Per the IEC 60664-1 (formerly VDE 0110) the environment affects the performance of the insulation. Particles can build a bridge between two metal parts. As a rule dust mixed with water can be conductive and more generally speaking metal dust is conductive. Finally, the standard defi nes 4 levels of pollution: • Degree 1 (Air conditioned dry room): No pollution or only dry, non conductive pollution occurs. The pollution has no infl uence. • Degree 2 (Personal computer in a residential area): Only non conductive pollution occurs except that occasionally a temporary conductivity caused by condensation is to be expected. • Degree 3 (Machine tools): Conductive pollution occurs or dry non-conductive pollution occurs which becomes conductive due to condensation which is to be expected. • Degree 4 (Equipments on roof, locomotives): Continuous conductivity occurs due to conductive dust, rain or other wet conditions. Finally, the harsher the environment is, the longer clearance and creepage distances should be. Nonetheless, according the IEC 61984, enclosure rated at IP54 or higher can be dimensioned for a lower pollution degree. This applies to mated connectors disengaged for test and maintenance. Marking The marking should give enough details to the user to know what the main characteristics are and without going deep in technical documentation. Below examples identify the suitability of the connector: • Example 1: Marking of a connector with rated current 16A, rated voltage 400V, rated impulse voltage 6kV and pollution degree 3, 2 and 1 for use in any system, preferably unearthed or delta-earthed systems: 16A 400V 6kV 3 • Example 2: Marking of a connector with rated current 16A, rated insulation voltages line-to-earth 250V, line-to-line 400V, rated impulse voltage 4kV and pollution degree 3, 2 and 1 for use in earthed systems: 1166AA 225500VV 440000VV 44kkVV 33 16A 400V 6kV 3 UTS Series Technical information IEC 61984 Technical information 170 © 2011 – SOURIAU Enclosure rating IP20 IP22 IP55 IP64 IP65 IP66 IP67 Type 1 • Type 3 • Type 3R • Type 3S • Type 4 • Type 4X • Type 6 • Type 12 • Type 13 • • indicates compliance 6 IP67 Enclosures constructed for either indoor or outdoor use to provide a degree of protection to personnel against incidental contact with the enclosed equipment, falling dirt, hosedirected water, the entry of water during occasional temporary submersion at a limited depth and damage from external ice formation. 6P IP67 Enclosures constructed for either indoor or outdoor use to provide a degree of protection to personnel against incidental contact with the enclosed equipment, falling dirt, hose-directed water, the entry of water during prolonged submersion at a limited depth and damage from external ice formation. Type 6 rating can be either Type 6 or Type 6P - please see below: • NEMA ratings vs IP ratings Whereas IP ratings only consider protection against ingress of foreign bodies - first digit - and ingress of water (second digit), NEMA ratings consider these but also verify protection from external ice, corrosive materials, oil immersion, etc. The correlation between NEMA & IP being limited only to dust and water, we can state that a NEMA type is equivalent to an IP rating but it is not possible to say the contrary. Below a list of some NEMA standards: UTS Series Technical information What is NEMA rating ? © 2011 – SOURIAU 171 Ethernet Basics Ethernet is a widely used communications protocol that is used to transmit data packets (datagrams) between network devices. Imagine a highway in a large metropolitan area six lanes wide at rush hour. The vehicles on the highway need rules to follow so that they get to their destination without crashing into each other. In an Ethernet network link, there could be 100 million bits of information transmitted in one second. In the Ethernet standard, there exist rules to govern packet structure, transmission requirements, error correction, communication with end equipment, etc. Examining the differences between 100Mhz, 100 Base TX, Cat5e; what does it all mean? When discussing connectors and Ethernet, there are a few key details to be aware of: • 100Mhz is a measurement of Frequency for the signal - Comparable to the Speed Limit of a highway • 100BaseTX (or Fast Ethernet) is an Ethernet link standard and identifi es available link bandwidth The bandwidth is measured in units of MBits/S (megabits per second) - Comparable to the number of cars that pass a point in one second • Cat5e is an EIA/TIA standard for performance and physical characteristics for cables and connectors - Comparable to performance specifi cations of the car and highway In connectors and cables, Fast Ethernet uses 2 pairs, one for transmit, one for receive. This, way data traffi c can fl ow in both directions simultaneously. In order to explain basic Ethernet theory, we can use a functional comparison to a busy city with highways, buildings, and cars. To illustrate this, the table below provides correlation between the different components/pieces/links that encompass Ethernet network connectivity, and the larger scale infrastructure of a metropolitan city. • City: The network itself • Buildings: End equipment, PC, server, etc. • Roads: Ethernet cabling • Cars: Data packets, datagrams, bits, bytes, etc. • Tolls: Firewalls • Bridges: Connectors • Traffi c laws: Protocol/communication specifi cations UTS Series Technical information Ethernet for the layman Technical information 172 © 2011 – SOURIAU Souriau offering: UTS Hi seal size 8, 4 contacts 1 (Pair 1) ‹ A 2 (Pair 1) ‹ C 3 (Pair 2) ‹ B 4 (Pair 2) ‹ D UTS size 10, 6 contacts 1 (Pair 1) ‹ A 2 (Pair 1) ‹ B 3 (Pair 2) ‹ E 4 (Pair 2) ‹ D UTS size 12, 10 contacts 1 (Pair 1) ‹ C 2 (Pair 1) ‹ B 3 (Pair 2) ‹ G 4 (Pair 2) ‹ H Standard solutions. 8E4/8D4 4 Ø 1 (#20) 106/10E6/10D6 6 Ø 1 (#20) 1210/12E10/12D10 10 Ø 1 (#20) What about using coax contacts ? Ethernet twisted pairs carry a symmetrical (balanced) signal. Once terminated into a coax contact, the inner core will be protected by a shield - but not the outer contact. Because of EMI issues, the signal will no longer be balanced. Conclusion - it does not work and is not recommended. Conclusion To carry 100Mb/s data signal, 100BaseTX or Fast Ethernet recommends the use of Cat5e connectors as well as Cat5e cable with the support of a 100MHz signal. Nevertheless, a 100Mb/s signal can be transmitted in certain conditions (short distance, only one connector, lower frequency but a different code) thru many other connection materials - not necessarily Cat5e rated. What about using Quadrax contacts ? The Quadrax contact is used in railway applications because of the use of quad cable. In this specifi c market, the standard Ethernet twisted pairs wires cannot be offered, they are too thin and often solid (not stranded). In the rest of industry, UTP (Unshielded Twisted Pairs) cables are widely used. The Quadrax contact is not designed to terminate them. And thus, are not advised for industrial applications. Shielding continuity done in cavity C&F. Note: Shielding can be replaced by DC power. UTS Series Technical information Ethernet for the layman © 2011 – SOURIAU 173 UTS Series Technical information Technical information UTS Series © 2011 – SOURIAU 175 Appendices UTS Series #16 coaxial contacts - cabling notices ................................................................................... 176 Glossary of terms ........................................................................................................................... 183 Discrimination/Keying methods ................................................................................................ 184 Part number Index ......................................................................................................................... 185 176 © 2011 – SOURIAU UTS Series Appendices #16 coaxial contacts Cable type Impedance Contact type Ø over jacket Ø over dielectric Inner cond size Ø outer braid Male contact kit for coaxial cable Female contact kit for coaxial cable inch mm inch mm Ext. Ø mm inch mm RG161/U 75 Multi piece 0.09 2.29 0.057 1.45 RMDXK10D28 RCDXK1D28 RG179A/U 75 0.105 2.67 0.063 1.6 0.3 0.084 2.13 max RG179B/U 75 0.105 2.67 0.063 1.6 0.3 0.084 2.13 max RG187/U 75 0.11 2.79 max 0.06 1.52 0.3 RG188/U 50 0.11 2.79 max 0.06 1.52 0.51 0.078 1.98 max RG174/U 50 0.11 2.92 0.06 1.52 0.48 0.088 2.24 max AMPHENOL 21-598 50 0.105 2.67 0.06 1.52 0.48 RG196/U 50 0.08 2.03 max 0.034 0.086 0.3 RG178A/U 50 0.075 1.91 0.034 0.86 0.3 0.054 1.37 max RG/188A/U 50 Mono crimp 0.110 2.79 0.06 1.52 0.51 0.078 1.98 max RMDX6036D28 RCDX6036D28 KX21TVT (europe) RG178 B/U 50 0.075 1.91 0.034 0.86 0.3 0.054 1.37 max RMDX6034D28 RCDX6034D28 RG178 / BU 50 0.075 1.91 0.034 0.86 0.3 0.054 1.37 max RMDX6050D28 RCDX6016D28 RG174/U 50 0.115 2.92 0.06 1.52 0.48 0.088 2.24 max RMDX6032D28 RCDX6032D28 RG188A/U 50 0.11 2.79 0.06 1.52 0.51 0.078 1.98 max RMDX6036D28 RCDX6036D28 RG316/U 50 0.107 2.72 0.6 1.52 0.51 0.078 2.05 max RMDX6036D28 RCDX6036D28 raychem 5024A3111 50 0.12 3.05 0.083 2.11 0.64 0.097 2.46 RMDX6052D28 RCDX6052D28 raychem 5026e1614 50 0.083 2.11 0.05 1.27 0.48 0.067 1.7 RMDX6036D28 RCDX6036D28 surprenant pn 8134 - Multi piece 0.1 2.54 0.058 1.47 0.3 RMDXK10D28 RCDXK1D28 PRD PN 247ASC1123- 001 - Mono crimp 0.103 2.62 0.06 1.52 0.51 0.078 1.98 RMDX6018D28 RCDX6018D28 PRD PN 247AS-C1251 - 0.092 2.34 0.05 1.27 0.64 0.067 1.7 RMDX6018D28 RCDX6018D28 JUDD C15013010902 - 0.087 2.13 0.05 1.27 0.48 0.066 1.67 RMDX6036D28 RCDX6036D28 CDC PIN22939200 - 0.09 2.29 0.048 1.22 0.3 0.064 1.63 RMDX6046D28 RCDX6016D28 CDC PIN22939200 - 0.09 2.29 0.048 1.22 0.3 0.064 1.63 RMDX6050D28 RCDX6016D28 CDC PIN245670000 - 0.104 2.64 0.067 1.7 0.3 0.083 2.11 RMDX6050D28 RCDX6016D28 ampex - 0.114 2.9 0.075 1.91 0.38 0.09 1.29 RMDX6032D28 RCDX6032D28 TI PN 920580 - 0.7 1.78 0.038 0.96 0.48 0.054 1.37 RMDX6024D28 RCDX6024D28 Honeywell PN 58000062 - 0.12 3.05 0.077 1.96 0.41 solid 0.096 2.44 RMDX6026D28 RCDX6026D28 - - 0.104 2.64 0.067 1.7 0.3 2.11 RMDX6050D28 - - - 0.09 2.29 0.048 1.22 0.3 1.63 RMDX6050D28 - - - 0.114 2.9 0.075 1.91 0.38 1.29 RMDX6032D28 RCDX6032D28 - - 0.07 1.78 0.038 0.96 0.48 1.37 RMDX6024D28 RCDX6024D28 - - 0.12 3.05 0.077 1.96 0.41 2.44 RMDX6026D28 RCDX6026D28 Coaxial cable - Contact monocrimp and multipiece © 2011 – SOURIAU 177 UTS Series Appendices Cable type Contact type Inner AWG cond Ø over jacket (single wire) Inner cond size Ø outer braid Male contact kit for coaxial cable Female contact kit for coaxial cable inch mm Stranded defi nition Ext. Ø mm inch mm 2#24 stranded mil w 16878 type B Multi piece 24 0.049 1.24 max 7/.008 - - RMDXK10D28 RCDXK1D28 2 #24 solid mil-w-76 type LW 24 0.047 1.12 max 1/.0201 - - RMDXK10D28 RCDXK1D28 2 #26 stranded mil w 76 type LW or mil w16878 type b&e 26 0.043 1.09 max 7/.0063 0.16 - - RMDXK10D28 RCDXK1D28 2 #28 solid mil-w-81822/3 28 0.028 0.71 max - - RMDXK10D28 RCDXK1D28 TWISTED PAIR 1/.201 SOLID MIL w 76 TYPE lw or MIL W 16878 26 0.044 1.12 max 1/.0201 0.511 - - RMDXK10D28 RCDXK1D28 twisted pair solid mil w 81822/3 28 0.028 0.71 max 1/.0126 0.32 - - RMDXK10D28 RCDXK1D28 #28 7/.0036 per Hitachi spec ec-711 (13-2820) Mono crimp - 0.046 1.17 7/.0036 - - - RMDX6031D28 + YORX090 RCDX6031D28 + YORX090 20218201 - 0.028 0.71 - - - - RMDX6031D28 + YORX090 RCDX6031D28 + YORX090 #30 solid - 0.025 0.64 - - - - RMDX6015D28 + YORX090 RCDX6015D28 + YORX090 #26 7/.0063 26 0.028 0.71 7/.063 0.16 - - RMDX6031D28 + YORX090 RCDX6031D28 + YORX090 #26 19/.004 26 0.049 1.24 19/.004 - - - RMDX6019D28 + YORX090 RCDX6019D28 + YORX090 #24 7/.008 24 0.049 1.24 7/.008 - - - RMDX6019D28 + YORX090 RCDX6019D28 + YORX090 #24 19/.005 24 0.057 1.45 19/.005 - - - RMDX6019D28 + YORX090 RCDX6019D28 + YORX090 - 26 - 1.25 - - - 19x0.1 RMDX6019D28 + YORX090 RCDX6019D28 + YORX090 - 24 - 1.25 - - - 7x0.2 RMDX6019D28 + YORX090 RCDX6019D28 + YORX090 - 24 - 1.45 - - - 19x0.13 RMDX6019D28 + YORX090 RCDX6019D28 + YORX090 - 26 - 0.7 - - - 7x0.16 RMDX6031D28 + YORX090 RCDX6031D28 + YORX090 Twisted cable - Contact monocrimp and multipiece Appendices 178 © 2011 – SOURIAU Twisted pair cable multipiece contact cabling UTS Series Appendices #16 coaxial contacts Cable reference Contact type Male contact Female contact Crimp tool Die set Stop bushing Cable strip length Inner conductor crimp Braid crimp A B C g dim t dim g dim t dim 2#24 stranded mil w 16878 type B Multi piece RMDXK10D28 RCDXK1D28 M10S1J - - See assembly notice 2 #24 solid mil-w-76 type LW 2 #26 stranded mil w 76 type LW or mil w16878 type B & E 2 #28 solid mil-w-81822/3 twisted pair 1/.201 solid mil w 76 type LW or mil w 16878 twisted pair solid mil w 81822/3 Male contact Outer male contact RMDX60-2 Inner socket RFD26L-1 Outer hyring YOC074 Inner supporting sleeve RMDXB-055-3 Twisted pair adapter YORK-090 Conductor "Y" Conductor "Z" Strip lengths of cable 7.95±0.41 15.54±0.41 7.95±0.41 Inner supporting Outer hyring sleeve Twisted pair adapter Locking louver typical Grounding louver typical Step 1: Step 2: Step 3: 7.54 0.25±0.05 5.94±0.41 7.54±0.41 15.54±0.41 7.95±0.41 When using solid wire fl atten conductor "X" and "Z" using N24FL-1 die as shown Female contact Step 1: Step 2: Step 3: Outer hyring Supporting sleeve Twisted pair adapter Conductor "W" Conductor "X" Strip lengths of cable 6.35±0.41 13.49±0.41 7.95±0.41 Outer female contact RCDX60-2 Inner pin RMD26L-1 Outer hyring YOC074 Inner supporting sleeve RCDXB-055-1 Twisted pair adapter YORK-090 Note : all dimensions are in mm © 2011 – SOURIAU 179 Twisted pair cable monocrimp contact cabling UTS Series Appendices Cable reference Contact type Male contact Female contact Crimp tool Die set Stop bushing Cable strip length Inner conductor crimp Braid crimp A B C g dim t dim g dim t dim #28 7/.0036 per Hitachi spec ec-711 (13-2820) Mono crimp RMDX6031D28 + YORX090 RCDX6031D28 + YORX090 M10S1J S80 SL105 4.7 6.1 4.32 1.30 to 1.12 1.4 to 1.22 2.97 to 2.84 3.07 to 2.9 20218204 S80 SL105 3.94 6.1 3.16 1.30 to 1.17 1.4 to 1.22 2.97 to 2.84 3.07 to 2.79 #30 solid S83 SL105 4.7 6.1 4.06 1.22 to 1.12 1.35 to 1.22 2.97 to 2.84 3.12 to 2.95 #26 7/.0063 S80 SL105 4.7 6.1 4.06 1.30 to 1.17 1.4 to 1.22 2.97 to 2.84 3.07 to 2.9 #26 19/.004 M10SG8 ASSY'Y TOOL DIE SET STOP BUSHING M10S1J TOOL 4.7 6.1 4.06 1.22 to 1.17 1.35 to 1.22 2.84 to 2.79 3.12 to 2.97 #24 7/.008 4.7 6.1 4.06 1.22 to 1.17 1.35 to 1.22 2.84 to 2.79 3.12 to 2.97 #24 19/.005 4.7 6.1 4.06 1.22 to 1.17 1.35 to 1.22 2.84 to 2.79 3.12 to 2.97 AWG26 (19x0.1) M10SG8 crimping kit 4.7 6 4 AWG24 (7x0.2) AWG24 (19x0.13) AWG26 (7x0.16) S80 SL150 G G Braid crimp (G) to be measured with die set fully closed Inner conductor crimp (G) to be measured with die set fully closed RCDX60 Female coax contact RMDX60 Male coax contact See cable strip lengths Cable strip length A B C 16 min. • Select appropriate monocrimp coax twisted pair contact and cable combination. • Select appropriate crimp tooling (hand tool, S-die set, stop bushing). • Strip the twisted pair cable to the designated wire strip lengths. • Insert the stripped cable into the contact. One cable is to be inserted into the inside diameter of hyring, and pushed forwaerd into the inner contact. The second cable is to be inserted between the outside diameter of hyring and the inside diameter of the outer contact body. • Crimp the contact. Note : all dimensions are in mm Appendices 180 © 2011 – SOURIAU Multipiece male contact with coax cable UTS Series Appendices Multipiece kit details RMDXK10D28 includes RMDX602D28 Outer contact RFD26L1D28 Inner contact YOC074 Outer hyring RMDXB0553 Inner supporting sleeve Cable stip length A B C Dielectric diameter Contact assembly with dielectric diameter over 1.4mm - without inner supporting sleeve Outer male contact RMDX60-2 Inner socket RFD26L-1 Outer hyring YOC074 Strip lengths of cable 15.88±0.41 4.37±0.41 7.95±0.41 Step 1: - Assemble outer hyring onto cable - Assemble inner socket to inner conductor and crimp Step 2: - Insert the assembly into the outer male contact until the inner socket snaps into place - The cable braid (shield) should now cover the barrel of the outer male contact as shown Step 3: - Slide outer hyring forward against spring and crimp in place as shown Locking louver typical Grounding louver typical Contact assembly with dielectric diameter under 1.4mm - with inner supporting sleeve Outer male contact RMDX60-2 Inner socket RFD26L-1 Outer hyring YOC074 Strip lengths of cable 17.53±0.41 7.54±0.41 Inner supporting 9.12±0.41 sleeve RMDXB-055-3 Step 1: - Assemble outer hyring onto cable - Assemble supporting sleeve over dielectric and under braid - Assemble inner socket to inner conductor, push back against sleeve and crimp Supporting sleeve Outer hyring Step 2: - Insert the assembly into the outer male contact until the inner socket snaps into place - The cable braid (shield) should now cover the barrel of the outer male contact as shown Step 3: - Slide outer hyring forward against spring and crimp in place as shown Locking louver typical Grounding louver typical Note : all dimensions are in mm #16 coaxial contacts Cable reference Contact Hyring complementary compoments Outer contact crimp tool Inner contact crimp tool Crimp tool M10S1J Crimp tool M10S1J Cable strip length Die set Stop bushing Die set Stop bushing A B C RG161U Male: RMDXK10D28 YOC074 S221 SL471 S23D2 SL46D2 4.37 7.95 15.88 RG179 4.37 7.95 15.88 RG187U 4.37 7.95 15.88 RG188/U S26D2 4.37 7.95 15.88 RG174/U 4.37 7.95 15.88 RG178A/U YOC074 + RMDXB0553 S23D2 7.54 9.12 17.53 RG196U 7.54 9.12 17.53 AMPHENOL 21-598 YOC074 - 4.37 7.95 15.88 surprenant pn 8134 - 4.37 7.95 15.88 © 2011 – SOURIAU 181 Multipiece female contact with coax cable UTS Series Appendices Contact assembly with dielectric diameter over 1.4mm - without inner supporting sleeve Outer female contact RCDX60-2 Inner pin RMD26L-1 Outer hyring YOC074 Strip lengths of cable 11.13±0.41 4.37±0.41 Step 1: - Assemble outer hyring onto cable - Assemble inner pin to inner conductor and crimp Step 2: - Insert the assembly into the outer female contact until the inner pin snaps into place - The cable braid (shield) should now cover the barrel of the outer female contact as shown Step 3: - Slide outer hyring forward against spring and crimp in place as shown Contact assembly with dielectric diameter under 1.4mm - with inner supporting sleeve Outer female contact RCDX60-2028 Inner pin RMD26L-1 Outer hyring YOC074 Strip lengths of cable 11.13±0.41 6.35±0.41 Supporting sleeve RCDXB-055-1 Supporting Outer hyring sleeve Step 1: - Assemble outer hyring onto cable - Assemble supporting sleeve over dielectric and under braid - Assemble inner pin to inner conductor, push back against sleeve and crimp Step 2: - Insert the assembly into the outer female contact until the inner pin snaps into place - The cable braid (shield) should now cover the barrel of the outer female contact as shown Step 3: - Slide outer hyring forward against spring and crimp in place as shown RCDXK1D28 includes RCDX602D28 Outer contact RMD26L1D28 Inner contact YOC074 Outer hyring RCDXB0553 Inner supporting sleeve Multipiece kit details Cable stip length A B C Dielectric diameter Cable reference Contact Hyring complementary compoments Outer contact crimp tool Inner contact crimp tool Crimp tool M10S1J Crimp tool M10S1J Cable strip length Die set Stop bushing Die set Stop bushing A B C RG161U Female: RCDXK1D28 YOC074 S221 SL471 S23D2 SL46D2 4.37 - 11.13 RG179 4.37 11.13 RG187U 4.37 11.13 RG188/U S26D2 4.37 11.13 RG174/U 4.37 11.13 RG178A/U YOC074 + RMDXB0553 S23D2 6.35 11.13 RG196U 6.35 11.13 AMPHENOL 21-598 YOC074 - 4.37 11.13 surprenant pn 8134 - 4.37 11.13 Note : all dimensions are in mm Appendices 182 © 2011 – SOURIAU Coax cable with monocrimp contact cabling UTS Series Appendices RCDX60 Female coax contact RMDX60 Male coax contact See cable strip lengths Cable strip length A B C • Select appropriate cable and contact combination. • Select appropriate crimp tooling (hand tool, S-die set, stop bushing). • Strip coax cable to the designated wire strip lengths. • Insert the stripped coax into the rear of the contact. • Crimp the contact. #16 coaxial contacts Cable reference Male contact Female contact Crimp tool Die set Stop bushing Cable strip length Inner conductor crimp Braid crimp A B C g dim t dim g dim t dim CDC PIN22939200 RMDX6046D28 RCDX6016D28 M10S1J S80 SL105 4.19 5.97 8.51 1.30/1.17 1.40/1.22 2.77/2.64 3.02/2.84 CDC PIN22939200 RMDX6046D28 RCDX6016D28 S87 SL105 5.08 6.35 8.89 1.30/1.17 1.40/1.22 2.77/2.64 3.02/2.84 CDC PIN245670000 RMDX6050D28 RCDX6016D28 S80 SL105 5.08 6.35 8.89 1.30/1.17 1.40/1.22 2.97/2.84 3.12/2.95 KX21TVT (europe) RG178 B/U RMDX6034D28 RCDX6034D28 S82 SL105 5.08 6.35 8.89 1.30/1.17 1.32/1.17 2.84/2.74 3.07/2.9 RG178 / BU RMDX6050D28 RCDX6016D28 S87 SL105 5.08 6.35 8.89 1.30/1.17 1.40/1.22 2.77/2.64 3.02/2.84 ampex RMDX6032D28 RCDX6032D28 S80 SL105 5.08 6.35 11.68 1.30/1.17 1.40/1.22 2.97/2.84 3.12/2.95 TI PN 920580 RMDX6024D28 RCDX6024D28 S82 SL105 5.08 6.35 8.89 1.35/1.19 1.42/1.27 2.87/2.74 3.07/2.9 RG174/U RMDX6032D28 RCDX6032D28 S80 SL105 5.08 6.35 11.68 1.30/1.17 1.40/1.22 2.97/2.84 3.12/2.95 Honeywell PN 58000062 RMDX6026D28 RCDX6026D28 S82 SL105 5.08 6.35 8.89 1.35/1.19 1.42/1.27 2.87/2.74 3.07/2.9 RG188A/U RMDX6036D28 RCDX6036D28 S80 SL105 5.08 6.35 11.68 1.30/1.17 1.40/1.22 2.97/2.84 3.12/2.95 RG316/U RMDX6036D28 RCDX6036D28 S80 SL105 5.08 6.35 11.68 1.30/1.17 1.40/1.22 2.97/2.84 3.12/2.95 PRD PN 247AS-C1123-001 RMDX6018D28 RCDX6018D28 M10SG8 ASSY'Y TOOL DIE SET STOP BUSHING M10S1J TOOL 5.08 6.35 8.89 1.22/1.17 1.35/1.22 2.92/2.79 3.12/2.97 PRD PN 247AS-C1251 RMDX6018D28 RCDX6018D28 5.08 6.35 8.89 1.22/1.17 1.35/1.22 2.92/2.79 3.12/2.97 raychem 5024A3111 RMDX6052D28 RCDX6052D28 S88 SL105 5.08 6.35 11.68 1.37/1.27 1.45/1.32 2.92/2.79 raychem 5026e1614 RMDX6036D28 RCDX6036D28 M10SG8 ASSY'Y TOOL DIE SET STOP BUSHING M10S1J TOOL 5.08 6.35 8.89 1.22/1.17 1.35/1.22 2.92/2.79 3.12/2.97 JUDD C15013010902 RMDX6036D28 RCDX6036D28 5.08 6.35 8.89 1.22/1.17 1.35/1.22 2.92/2.79 3.12/2.97 inner cond. #30, braid diam 2.64 RMDX6050D28 - S80 SL105 5.1 6.35 8.9 - - - - inner cond. #30, braid diam 2.29 RMDX6050D28 - S87 SL105 4.2 6.35 8.5 - - - - inner cond. #28, braid diam 2.9 RMDX6032D28 RCDX6032D28 S80 SL105 5.1 6.35 11.7 - - - - inner cond. #26, braid diam 1.78 RMDX6024D28 RCDX6024D28 S82 SL105 5.1 6.35 8.9 - - - - inner cond. #26, braid diam 3.05 RMDX6026D28 RCDX6026D28 S82 SL105 5.1 6.35 8.9 - - - - Note : all dimensions are in mm © 2011 – SOURIAU 183 Glossary of terms UTS Series Appendices • Clearance Per the IEC 60664-1 it is the shortest distance between two conductive parts even over the air. • Creepage distance Per the IEC 60664-1 it represents the shortest distance along the surface of the insulating material between two conductive parts. • Working voltage Per the IEC 60664-1 it is the highest r.m.s. value of A.C. or D.C. voltage across any particular insulation which can occur when the equipment is supplied at rated voltage. • Rated impulse voltage Impulse withstands voltage value assigned by the manufacturer to the equipment or to a part of it characterizing the specifi ed withstand capability of its insulation against transient overvoltage. • Working current It is the maximum continuous and not interrupted current able to be carried by all contacts without exceeding the maximum temperature of the insulating material. • Transient voltage Extract from the IEC 60664-1: Short duration overvoltage of a few millisecond or less, oscillatory or non-oscillatory, usually highly damped. • CTI (Comparative Tracking Index) The CTI value is commonly used to characterize the electrical breakdown properties of an insulating material. It allows users to know the tendency to create creepage paths. This value represents the maximum voltage after 50 drops of ammonium chloride solution without any breakdown. • RTI (Relative temperature Index): Extract from ULs website: “Maximum service temperature for a material, where a class of critical property will not be unacceptably compromised through chemical thermal degradation, over the reasonable life of an electrical product, relative to a reference material having a confi rmed, acceptable corresponding performance defi ned RTI. - RTI Elec: Electrical RTI, associated with critical electrical insulating properties. - RTI Mech Imp: Mechanical Impact RTI, associated with critical impact resistance, resilience and fl exibility properties. - RTI Mech Str: Mechanical Strength (Mechanical without Impact) RTI, associated with critical mechanical strength where impact resistance, resilience and fl exibility are not essential” Air gap Creepage distance Appendices 184 © 2011 – SOURIAU Discrimination/Keying methods UTS Series Appendices N (Normal) Note: Insert rotated in body (viewed from front face of male insert) In applications where similar connectors are used next to each other, mismatching can be a reason for disturbances, system failure or even danger to operating personnel. To eliminate mismatching, all TRIM TRIO® connectors can be equipped with discrimination keys, which offer unlimited possibilities for an error avoiding interconnection system. The other way around is to rotate the insert into the shell. Connectors with rotated inserts can be ordered by adding the suffix W, X, Y or Z to the standard part number. e.g. UTS6JC104S (N key)  UTS6JC104SW (W key) Other keys Shell size Layout Discrimination keys degrees W X Y Z 8 8E2 58° 122° 8E3 8E3A 60° 210° 8E4 45° 8E33 90° 10 102W2 103 104 106 10E6 10E7 90° 10E98 90° 180° 240° 270° 12 12E2 12E3 180° 124 128 12E8 90° 112° 203° 292° 1210 12E10 60° 155° 270° 295° 12E14 45° 14 14E5 40° 92° 184° 273° 142G1 147 1412 60° 14E12 43° 90° 14E15 17° 110° 155° 234° 14E18 15° 90° 180° 270° 1419 30° 165° 315° 14E19 30° 165° 315° 18 18E11 62° 119° 241° 340° 1823 158° 270° 18E30 180° 193° 285° 350° 1832 18E32 85° 138° 222° 265° © 2011 – SOURIAU 185 UTS Series Appendices Part number Index Mechanics UTS0104P................... P. 68 UTS0104S................... P. 68 UTS010D6P.................. P. 68 UTS010D6S.................. P. 68 UTS010D7P.................. P. 68 UTS010D7S.................. P. 68 UTS010D98P................. P. 84 UTS010D98S................. P. 84 UTS010E6P.................. P. 80 UTS010E6S.................. P. 80 UTS010E7P.................. P. 92 UTS010E7S.................. P. 92 UTS010E98P................. P. 84 UTS010E98S................. P. 84 UTS0124P................... P. 52 UTS0128P................... P. 96 UTS0128S................... P. 96 UTS012D10P................. P. 104 UTS012D10S................. P. 104 UTS012D14P................. P. 116 UTS012D14S................. P. 116 UTS012D2P.................. P. 24 UTS012D2S.................. P. 24 UTS012D3P.................. P. 48 UTS012D3S.................. P. 48 UTS012D4P.................. P. 68 UTS012D4S.................. P. 68 UTS012D8P.................. P. 100 UTS012D8S.................. P. 100 UTS012E10P................. P. 104 UTS012E10S................. P. 104 UTS012E14P................. P. 116 UTS012E14S................. P. 116 UTS012E2P.................. P. 24 UTS012E2S.................. P. 24 UTS012E3P.................. P. 48 UTS012E3S.................. P. 48 UTS012E4P.................. P. 52 UTS012E4S.................. P. 52 UTS012E8P.................. P. 100 UTS012E8S.................. P. 100 UTS01412P.................. P. 108 UTS01412S.................. P. 108 UTS0147P................... P. 88 UTS014D12P................. P. 112 UTS014D12S................. P. 112 UTS014D15P................. P. 120 UTS014D15S................. P. 120 UTS014D18P................. P. 124 UTS014D18S................. P. 124 UTS014D5P.................. P. 120 UTS014D5S.................. P. 120 UTS014E12P................. P. 112 UTS014E12S................. P. 112 UTS014E15P................. P. 120 UTS014E15S................. P. 120 UTS014E18P................. P. 124 UTS014E18S................. P. 124 UTS014E19P................. P. 128 UTS014E19S................. P. 128 UTS014E5P.................. P. 120 UTS014E5S.................. P. 120 UTS014E7P.................. P. 88 UTS014E7S.................. P. 88 UTS01823P.................. P. 132 UTS01823S.................. P. 132 UTS08D2P................... P. 20 UTS08D2P................... P. 20 UTS08D2S................... P. 20 UTS08D2S................... P. 20 UTS08D33P.................. P. 44 UTS08D33P.................. P. 44 UTS08D33S.................. P. 44 UTS08D33S.................. P. 44 UTS08D3AP.................. P. 36 UTS08D3AS.................. P. 36 UTS08D3P................... P. 36 UTS08D3P................... P. 36 UTS08D3S................... P. 36 UTS08D3S................... P. 36 UTS08D4P................... P. 60 UTS08D4P................... P. 60 UTS08D4S................... P. 60 UTS08D4S................... P. 60 UTS08D98P.................. P. 40 UTS08D98S.................. P. 40 UTS08E2P................... P. 20 UTS08E2S................... P. 20 UTS08E33P.................. P. 44 UTS08E33S.................. P. 44 UTS08E3AP.................. P. 40 UTS08E3AS.................. P. 40 UTS08E3P................... P. 36 UTS08E3S................... P. 36 UTS08E4P................... P. 60 UTS08E4S................... P. 60 UTS08E98P.................. P. 40 UTS08E98S.................. P. 40 UTS1GJC104P................ P. 68 UTS1GJC128P................ P. 96 UTS1GJC1412P............... P. 108 UTS1GJC147P................ P. 88 UTS1GN104P................. P. 68 UTS1GN128P................. P. 96 UTS1GN1412P................ P. 108 UTS1GN147P................. P. 88 UTS1JC102W2P............... P. 64 UTS1JC102W2S............... P. 64 UTS1JC103P................. P. 40 UTS1JC103S................. P. 40 UTS1JC103W3P............... P. 40 UTS1JC103W3S............... P. 40 UTS1JC104P................. P. 68 UTS1JC104S................. P. 68 UTS1JC106P................. P. 80 UTS1JC106S................. P. 80 UTS1JC1210P................ P. 104 UTS1JC1210S................ P. 104 UTS1JC124P................. P. 52 UTS1JC124PSCR.............. P. 52 UTS1JC124S................. P. 52 UTS1JC128P................. P. 96 UTS1JC128S................. P. 96 UTS1JC1412P................ P. 108 UTS1JC1412S................ P. 108 UTS1JC1419P................ P. 128 UTS1JC1419S................ P. 128 UTS1JC142G1P............... P. 32 UTS1JC142G1S............... P. 32 UTS1JC147P................. P. 88 UTS1JC147PSCR.............. P. 88 UTS1JC147S................. P. 88 UTS1JC1823P................ P. 132 UTS1JC1823S................ P. 132 UTS1JC1832P................ P. 136 UTS1JC1832S................ P. 136 UTS6102W2P................. P. 64 UTS6102W2S................. P. 64 UTS6103P................... P. 40 UTS6103S................... P. 40 UTS6103W3P................. P. 40 UTS6103W3S................. P. 40 UTS6104P................... P. 68 UTS6104S................... P. 68 UTS6106P................... P. 80 UTS6106S................... P. 80 UTS610E6P.................. P. 80 UTS610E6S.................. P. 80 UTS610E7P.................. P. 92 UTS610E7S.................. P. 92 UTS610E98P................. P. 84 UTS610E98S................. P. 84 Appendices 186 © 2011 – SOURIAU UTS Series Appendices UTS61210P.................. P. 104 UTS61210S.................. P. 104 UTS6124P................... P. 52 UTS6124S................... P. 52 UTS6128P................... P. 96 UTS6128S................... P. 96 UTS612E10P................. P. 104 UTS612E10S................. P. 104 UTS612E14P................. P. 116 UTS612E14S................. P. 116 UTS612E2P.................. P. 24 UTS612E2S.................. P. 24 UTS612E3P.................. P. 48 UTS612E3S.................. P. 48 UTS612E4P.................. P. 52 UTS612E4S.................. P. 52 UTS612E8P.................. P. 100 UTS612E8S.................. P. 100 UTS61412P.................. P. 108 UTS61412S.................. P. 108 UTS61419P.................. P. 128 UTS61419S.................. P. 128 UTS6142G1P................. P. 32 UTS6142G1S................. P. 32 UTS6147P................... P. 88 UTS6147S................... P. 88 UTS614E12P................. P. 112 UTS614E12S................. P. 112 UTS614E15P................. P. 120 UTS614E15S................. P. 120 UTS614E18P................. P. 124 UTS614E18S................. P. 124 UTS614E19P................. P. 128 UTS614E19S................. P. 128 UTS614E5P.................. P. 72 UTS614E5S.................. P. 72 UTS61823P.................. P. 132 UTS61823S.................. P. 132 UTS61832P.................. P. 136 UTS61832S.................. P. 136 UTS6183G1P................. P. 56 UTS68E2P................... P. 20 UTS68E2S................... P. 20 UTS68E33P.................. P. 44 UTS68E33S.................. P. 44 UTS68E3AP.................. P. 40 UTS68E3AS.................. P. 40 UTS68E3P................... P. 36 UTS68E3S................... P. 36 UTS68E4P................... P. 60 UTS68E4S................... P. 60 UTS68E98P.................. P. 40 UTS68E98S.................. P. 40 UTS6GJC104S................ P. 68 UTS6GJC128S................ P. 96 UTS6GJC1412S............... P. 108 UTS6GJC147S................ P. 88 UTS6GN104S................. P. 68 UTS6GN128S................. P. 96 UTS6GN1412S................ P. 108 UTS6GN147S................. P. 88 UTS6JC102W2P............... P. 64 UTS6JC102W2S............... P. 64 UTS6JC103P................. P. 40 UTS6JC103S................. P. 40 UTS6JC103W3P............... P. 40 UTS6JC103W3S............... P. 40 UTS6JC104P................. P. 68 UTS6JC104S................. P. 68 UTS6JC106P................. P. 80 UTS6JC106S................. P. 80 UTS6JC10E6P................ P. 80 UTS6JC10E6S................ P. 80 UTS6JC10E7P................ P. 92 UTS6JC10E7S................ P. 92 UTS6JC10E98P............... P. 84 UTS6JC10E98S............... P. 84 UTS6JC1210P................ P. 104 UTS6JC1210S................ P. 104 UTS6JC124P................. P. 52 UTS6JC124PSCR.............. P. 52 UTS6JC124S................. P. 52 UTS6JC124SSCR.............. P. 52 UTS6JC128P................. P. 96 UTS6JC128S................. P. 96 UTS6JC12E10P............... P. 104 UTS6JC12E10S............... P. 104 UTS6JC12E14P............... P. 116 UTS6JC12E14S............... P. 116 UTS6JC12E2P................ P. 24 UTS6JC12E2S................ P. 24 UTS6JC12E3P................ P. 48 UTS6JC12E3S................ P. 48 UTS6JC12E4P................ P. 52 UTS6JC12E4S................ P. 52 UTS6JC12E8P................ P. 100 UTS6JC12E8S................ P. 100 UTS6JC1412P................ P. 108 UTS6JC1412S................ P. 108 UTS6JC1419P................ P. 128 UTS6JC1419S................ P. 128 UTS6JC142G1P............... P. 32 UTS6JC142G1S............... P. 32 UTS6JC147P................. P. 88 UTS6JC147PSCR.............. P. 88 UTS6JC147S................. P. 88 UTS6JC147SSCR.............. P. 88 UTS6JC14E12P............... P. 112 UTS6JC14E12S............... P. 112 UTS6JC14E15P............... P. 120 UTS6JC14E15S............... P. 120 UTS6JC14E18P............... P. 124 UTS6JC14E18S............... P. 124 UTS6JC14E19P............... P. 128 UTS6JC14E19S............... P. 128 UTS6JC14E5P................ P. 72 UTS6JC14E5S................ P. 72 UTS6JC14E7P................ P. 88 UTS6JC14E7S................ P. 88 UTS6JC1823P................ P. 132 UTS6JC1823S................ P. 132 UTS6JC1832P................ P. 136 UTS6JC1832S................ P. 136 UTS6JC183G1P............... P. 56 UTS6JC8E2P................. P. 20 UTS6JC8E2S................. P. 20 UTS6JC8E33P................ P. 44 UTS6JC8E33S................ P. 44 UTS6JC8E3AP................ P. 40 UTS6JC8E3AS................ P. 40 UTS6JC8E3P................. P. 36 UTS6JC8E3S................. P. 36 UTS6JC8E4P................. P. 60 UTS6JC8E4S................. P. 60 UTS6JC8E98P................ P. 40 UTS6JC8E98S................ P. 40 UTS7102W2P................. P. 64 UTS7102W2S................. P. 64 UTS7103P................... P. 40 UTS7103S................... P. 40 UTS7103W3P................. P. 40 UTS7103W3S................. P. 40 UTS7104P................... P. 68 UTS7104S................... P. 68 UTS7106P................... P. 80 UTS7106S................... P. 80 UTS710D6P.................. P. 80 UTS710D6P32................ P. 80 UTS710D6S.................. P. 80 UTS710D6S32................ P. 80 UTS710D7P.................. P. 92 UTS710D7P32................ P. 92 UTS710D7S.................. P. 92 © 2011 – SOURIAU 187 UTS Series Appendices UTS710D7S32................ P. 92 UTS710D98P................. P. 84 UTS710D98P32............... P. 84 UTS710D98S................. P. 84 UTS710D98S32............... P. 84 UTS710E6P.................. P. 80 UTS710E6S.................. P. 80 UTS710E7P.................. P. 92 UTS710E7S.................. P. 92 UTS710E98P................. P. 84 UTS710E98S................. P. 84 UTS71210P.................. P. 104 UTS71210S.................. P. 104 UTS7124P................... P. 52 UTS7124PSCR................ P. 52 UTS7124S................... P. 52 UTS7124SSCR................ P. 52 UTS7128P................... P. 96 UTS7128PSEK9............... P. 96 UTS7128S................... P. 96 UTS712CCRG................. P. 26 UTS712CCRR................. P. 26 UTS712CCRY................. P. 26 UTS712D10P................. P. 104 UTS712D10P32............... P. 104 UTS712D10S................. P. 104 UTS712D10S32............... P. 104 UTS712D14P................. P. 116 UTS712D14P32............... P. 116 UTS712D14S................. P. 116 UTS712D14S32............... P. 116 UTS712D2P.................. P. 24 UTS712D2P32................ P. 24 UTS712D2S.................. P. 24 UTS712D2S32................ P. 24 UTS712D3P.................. P. 48 UTS712D3P32................ P. 48 UTS712D3S.................. P. 48 UTS712D3S32................ P. 48 UTS712D4P.................. P. 52 UTS712D4P32................ P. 52 UTS712D4S.................. P. 52 UTS712D4S32................ P. 52 UTS712D8P.................. P. 100 UTS712D8P32................ P. 100 UTS712D8S.................. P. 100 UTS712D8S32................ P. 100 UTS712E10P................. P. 104 UTS712E10S................. P. 104 UTS712E14P................. P. 116 UTS712E14S................. P. 116 UTS712E2P.................. P. 24 UTS712E2S.................. P. 24 UTS712E3P.................. P. 48 UTS712E3S.................. P. 48 UTS712E4P.................. P. 52 UTS712E4S.................. P. 52 UTS712E8P.................. P. 100 UTS712E8S.................. P. 100 UTS71412P.................. P. 108 UTS71412S.................. P. 108 UTS71419P.................. P. 128 UTS71419S.................. P. 128 UTS7142G1P................. P. 32 UTS7142G1S................. P. 32 UTS7142G1SNPT.............. P. 32 UTS7147P................... P. 88 UTS7147PSCR................ P. 88 UTS7147PSEK9............... P. 88 UTS7147S................... P. 88 UTS7147SSCR................ P. 88 UTS714D12P................. P. 112 UTS714D12P32............... P. 112 UTS714D12S................. P. 112 UTS714D12S32............... P. 112 UTS714D15P................. P. 120 UTS714D15P32............... P. 120 UTS714D15S................. P. 120 UTS714D15S32............... P. 120 UTS714D18P................. P. 124 UTS714D18P32............... P. 124 UTS714D18S................. P. 124 UTS714D18S32............... P. 124 UTS714D19P................. P. 128 UTS714D19P32............... P. 128 UTS714D19S................. P. 128 UTS714D19S32............... P. 128 UTS714D5P.................. P. 120 UTS714D5P32................ P. 120 UTS714D5S.................. P. 120 UTS714D5S32................ P. 120 UTS714E12P................. P. 112 UTS714E12S................. P. 112 UTS714E15P................. P. 120 UTS714E15S................. P. 120 UTS714E18P................. P. 124 UTS714E18S................. P. 124 UTS714E19P................. P. 128 UTS714E19S................. P. 128 UTS714E5P.................. P. 72 UTS714E5S.................. P. 72 UTS714E7P.................. P. 88 UTS714E7S.................. P. 88 UTS71823P.................. P. 132 UTS71823S.................. P. 132 UTS71832P.................. P. 136 UTS71832S.................. P. 136 UTS7183G1SNPT.............. P. 56 UTS78D2P................... P. 20 UTS78D2P32................. P. 20 UTS78D2S................... P. 20 UTS78D2S32................. P. 20 UTS78D33P.................. P. 44 UTS78D33P32................ P. 44 UTS78D33S.................. P. 44 UTS78D33S32................ P. 44 UTS78D3AP.................. P. 40 UTS78D3AP32................ P. 40 UTS78D3AS.................. P. 40 UTS78D3AS32................ P. 40 UTS78D3P................... P. 36 UTS78D3P32................. P. 36 UTS78D3S................... P. 36 UTS78D3S32................. P. 36 UTS78D4P................... P. 60 UTS78D4P32................. P. 60 UTS78D4S................... P. 60 UTS78D4S32................. P. 60 UTS78D98P.................. P. 40 UTS78D98P32................ P. 40 UTS78D98S.................. P. 40 UTS78D98S32................ P. 40 UTS78E2P................... P. 20 UTS78E2S................... P. 20 UTS78E33P.................. P. 44 UTS78E33S.................. P. 44 UTS78E3AP.................. P. 40 UTS78E3AS.................. P. 40 UTS78E3P................... P. 36 UTS78E3S................... P. 36 UTS78E4P................... P. 60 UTS78E4S................... P. 60 UTS78E98P.................. P. 40 UTS78E98S.................. P. 40 UTS7GJC104P................ P. 68 UTS7GJC128P................ P. 96 UTS7GJC1412P............... P. 108 UTS7GJC147P................ P. 88 UTS7GN104P................. P. 68 UTS7GN128P................. P. 96 UTS7GN1412P................ P. 108 UTS7GN147P................. P. 88 Appendices 188 © 2011 – SOURIAU UTS Series Appendices Accessories 85005585A.................. P. 22 85005586A.................. P. 30 85005587A.................. P. 26 85005588A.................. P. 34 85005590A.................. P. 134 85005594................... P. 22 85005595................... P. 30 85005596................... P. 26 85005597................... P. 34 85005599................... P. 134 UT610CCRG.................. P. 30 UT610CCRR.................. P. 30 UT610CCRY.................. P. 30 UT612CCRG.................. P. 26 UT612CCRR.................. P. 26 UT612CCRY.................. P. 26 UT614CCRG.................. P. 34 UT614CCRR.................. P. 34 UT614CCRY.................. P. 34 UTFD11B.................... P. 22 UTFD12B.................... P. 30 UTFD13B.................... P. 26 UTFD14B.................... P. 34 UTFD16B.................... P. 134 UTS10DCG................... P. 30 UTS10DCGE.................. P. 30 UTS10DCGR.................. P. 30 UTS12DCG................... P. 26 UTS12DCGE.................. P. 26 UTS12DCGR.................. P. 26 UTS14DCG................... P. 34 UTS14DCGE.................. P. 34 UTS14DCGR.................. P. 34 UTS18DCG................... P. 134 UTS18DCGE.................. P. 134 UTS18DCGR.................. P. 134 UTS610DCG.................. P. 30 UTS612DCG.................. P. 26 UTS614DCG.................. P. 34 UTS618DCG.................. P. 134 UTS68C..................... P. 22 UTS710CCRG................. P. 30 UTS710CCRR................. P. 30 UTS710CCRY................. P. 30 UTS712CCRG................. P. 26 UTS712CCRR................. P. 26 UTS712CCRY................. P. 26 UTS714CCRG................. P. 34 UTS714CCRR................. P. 34 UTS714CCRY................. P. 34 UTS8DCG.................... P. 22 UTS8DCGE................... P. 22 UTS8DCGR................... P. 22 Contacts 82911456K.................. P. 145 82911457NK................. P. 145 82911458K.................. P. 145 82911459NK................. P. 145 82911460K.................. P. 145 82911461NK................. P. 145 82911462K.................. P. 145 82911463NK................. P. 145 82911464K.................. P. 145 82911465NK................. P. 145 82911466K.................. P. 145 82911467NK................. P. 145 82913600A.................. P. 145 82913601A.................. P. 145 82913602A.................. P. 145 82913603A.................. P. 145 82913604A.................. P. 145 82913605A.................. P. 145 82913606A.................. P. 145 82913607A.................. P. 145 82913608A.................. P. 145 82913609A.................. P. 145 RC14M30GE7K................ P. 146 RC14M30K................... P. 145 RC14M50GE7K................ P. 146 RC14M50K................... P. 145 RC16M23GE7K................ P. 146 RC16M23K................... P. 145 RC18W3K.................... P. 145 RC20M12E83K................ P. 148 RC20M12E84K................ P. 145 RC20M12E8K................. P. 145 RC20M12GE7K................ P. 146 RC20M12K................... P. 145 RC20M13GE7K................ P. 146 RC20M13K................... P. 145 RC20W3K.................... P. 145 RC24M9GE7K................. P. 146 RC24M9K.................... P. 145 RC24W3K.................... P. 145 RC28M1GE7K................. P. 146 RC28M1K.................... P. 145 RCDX6016D28................ P. 182 RCDX6019D28................ P. 182 RCDX6024D28................ P. 182 RCDX6026D28................ P. 182 RCDX602D28................. P. 181 RCDX6032D28................ P. 182 RCDX6036D28................ P. 182 RCDX6052D28................ P. 182 RCDXK1D28.................. P. 181 RCPOF1000B................. P. 150 RCW5016K................... P. 145 RCW50A7K................... P. 148 RM14M30GE1K................ P. 146 RM14M30K................... P. 145 RM14M50GE1K................ P. 146 RM14M50K................... P. 148 RM16M23GE1K................ P. 146 RM16M23K................... P. 145 RM18W3K.................... P. 145 RM20M12E83K................ P. 145 RM20M12E8K................. P. 145 RM20M12GE1k................ P. 146 RM20M12K................... P. 145 RM20M13GE1k................ P. 146 RM20M13K................... P. 145 RM20W3K.................... P. 145 RM24M9GE1k................. P. 146 RM24M9K.................... P. 145 RM24W3K.................... P. 145 RM28M1GE1k................. P. 146 RM28M1K.................... P. 145 RMDX6019D28................ P. 177 RMDX6024D28................ P. 176 RMDX6026D28................ P. 176 RMDX602D28................. P. 182 RMDX6031D28................ P. 179 RMDX6032D28................ P. 182 RMDX6036D28................ P. 182 RMDX6050D28................ P. 182 RMDXK10D28................. P. 178 RMPOF1000.................. P. 150 RMW5016K................... P. 148 RMW50A7K................... P. 148 SC14M1TK6.................. P. 145 SC14ML1TK6................. P. 145 SC16M11TK6................. P. 145 SC16M1TK6.................. P. 145 SC16ML11TK6................ P. 145 SC16ML1TK6................. P. 145 SC20M1TK6.................. P. 145 SC20ML1TK6................. P. 145 SC20W3TK6.................. P. 145 SC20WL3TK6................. P. 145 © 2011 – SOURIAU 189 UTS Series Appendices SC24M1TK6.................. P. 145 SC24ML1TK6................. P. 145 SC24W3TK6.................. P. 145 SC24WL3TK6................. P. 145 SM14M1TK6.................. P. 145 SM14ML1TK6................. P. 145 SM16M11TK6................. P. 145 SM16M1TK6.................. P. 145 SM16ML11TK6................ P. 145 SM16ML1TK6................. P. 145 SM20M1TK6.................. P. 145 SM20ML1TK6................. P. 145 SM20W3TK6.................. P. 145 SM20WL3TK6................. P. 145 SM24M1TK6.................. P. 145 SM24ML1TK6................. P. 145 SM24W3TK6.................. P. 145 SM24WL3TK6................. P. 145 Tooling 51060210924................ P. 155 51060210936................ P. 155 M10S1J..................... P. 178 M10SG8..................... P. 179 M317....................... P. 155 MH860...................... P. 155 MH86164G................... P. 155 MH86186.................... P. 155 RX2025GE1.................. P. 155 RX20D44.................... P.162 S16RCM14................... P. 155 S16RCM1450................. P. 155 S16RCM16................... P. 155 S16SCM20................... P. 155 S16SCML1................... P. 155 S16SCML11.................. P. 155 S20RCM..................... P. 155 S16SCM20................... P. 155 S20SCM20................... P. 155 S221....................... P. 180 S23D2...................... P. 180 S80........................ P. 179 S82........................ P. 182 S83........................ P. 179 S87........................ P. 182 S88........................ P. 182 SHANDLES................... P. 155 SL105...................... P. 179 sl46D2..................... P. 180 sl471...................... P. 180 UH25....................... P. 155 VGE10077A.................. P. 155 VGE10078A.................. P. 155 Appendices INDUTSCA07EN © Copyright SOURIAU June 2011 - All information in this document presents only general particulars and shall not form part of any contract. All rights reserved to SOURIAU for changes without prior notifi cation or public announcement. Any duplication is prohibited, unless approved in writing. www.souriau.com www.souriau-industrial.com contactindustry@souriau.com 1-866-9-OHMITE • Int’l 1-847-258-0300 • Fax 1-847-574-7522 • www.ohmite.com • info@ohmite.com 113 270 Series Vitreous Enamel Power Series Wattage Ohms Core Code Voltage Std. Terminal L12 12 0.1-51K D 565 57 L25 25 0.15-100K K 625 40 L50 50 0.38-260K K 1625 40 L100 100 0.23-101K M 2845 40 L175 175 0.13-101K P 3595 46 L225 225 0.16-129K P 4595 46 L500 500 0.38-218K S 4970 45 L1000 1000 0.69-392K S 8900 45 Non-Inductive versions available; Other sizes available; Also available in low cost Centohm or Silicone coating; Consult Ohmite. * Maximum Voltage is based on Ohm’s Law [V=√P*R] as limited by the resistance value of specified product Coating Lead free vitreous enamel. Large models (500 watts and up) are supplied in Silicone Ceramic. Also available in low-cost Centohm coating; Consult factory. Core Tubular ceramic. Terminals Solder coated radial lug. RoHS solder composition is 96% Sn, 3.5% Ag, 0.5% Cu Derating Linearly from 100% @ +25°C to 0% @ +350°C. Tolerance ±5% 1Ω and over (J); ±10% under 1Ω (K) Power rating Based on 25°C free air rating. Overload 10 times rated wattage for 5 seconds. Temperature coefficient 1 to 20Ω: ±400 ppm/°C; Above 20Ω: ±260 ppm/°C Dielectric withstanding voltage 1000 VAC: 12 to 100 watt rating. 3000 VAC: 175 to 225 watt rating (Measured from terminal to mounting bracket) Max. amps use the formula √P/R Power limitations for high resistance values When resistance exceeds the resistance values listed, derate the Power Rating by 25% to improve reliability. No power derating necessary for ratings higher than 100W. Power Resistance rating value 12W 3,900Ω 25W 12,000Ω 50W 35,000Ω 100W 75,000Ω Mounting Hardware see http://www.ohmite.com/techdata/lug-mounting.php Select 270 Type fixed resistors for applications requiring wattage ratings from 12 to 1000 watts. The 270 Type resistors are equipped with lug terminals suitable for soldering or sturdy bolt connection. When secure mounting is required, the hollow core of these resistors permit fastening with spring-type brackets, thru bolts or thru bolts with slotted-steel brackets. Suitable for rugged applications, the 270 Type resistors feature all-welded construction and durable lead free vitreous enamel coating. Mounting brackets not included with resistors. Features • Terminals suitable for soldering or bolt connection • High wattage applications • Rugged lead free vitreous enamel coating • Flame resistant coating • All-welded construction • RoHS compliant available • “Fast on” option – see terminal 538, http://www.ohmite.com/techdata/terminals.pdf SERIES SPECIFICAT IONS characteristics (continued) 114 1-866-9-OHMITE • Int’l 1-847-258-0300 • Fax 1-847-574-7522 • www.ohmite.com • info@ohmite.com Standard part numbers for 270 series  = Standard values; check availability using the worldwide inventory search at www.ohmite.com Red outlined values supplied in Silicone-Ceramic coatings instead of vitreous enamel. 0.51  L12JKR51E 1  L12J1R0E 3.3  L12J3R3E 4.7  L12J4R7E 10  L12J10RE 12  L12J12RE 15  L12J15RE 22  L12J22RE 27  L12J27RE 33  L12J33RE 47  L12J47RE 68  L12J68RE 82  L12J82RE 100  L12J100E 150  L12J150E 1 –––1R0E      2 –––2R0E      3 –––3R0E      4 –––4R0E      5 –––5R0E      10 –––10RE      15 –––15RE  25 –––25RE      50 –––50RE      75 –––75RE      100 –––100E      125 –––125E   150 –––150E      200 –––200E   250 –––250E      500 –––500E      750 –––750E     800 –––800E   1,000 –––1K0E      1,500 –––1K5E     2,000 –––2K0E      180  L12J180E 270  L12J270E 330  L12J330E 390  L12J390E 470  L12J470E 560  L12J560E 1000  L12J1K0E 1200  L12J1K2E 1500  L12J1K5E 2200  L12J2K2E 2700  L12J2K7E 4700  L12J4K7E 10000  L12J10KE 18000  L12J18KE 22000  L12J22KE 51000  L12J51KE 2,500 –––2K5E     3,000 –––3K0E      3,500 –––3K5E  4,000 –––4K0E   5,000 –––5K0E      6,000 –––6K0E  7,500 –––7K5E     10,000 –––10KE      12,000 –––12KE  15,000 –––15KE     20,000 –––20KE     25,000 –––25KE    30,000 –––30KE   35,000 –––35KE  40,000 –––40KE   50,000 –––50KE     60,000 –––60KE  75,000 –––75KE    100,000 –––100KE      150,000 –––150KE  200,000 –––200KE  250,000 –––250KE  Ohmic value 12 Watt Ohmic value 12 Watt Ohmic value L25J––– 25 L50J––– 50 L100J––– 100 L175J––– 175 Wattage Part No. Prefix  Suffix L225J––– 225 L500J––– 500 L1000J–––1000  Ohmic value L25J––– 25 L50J––– 50 L100J––– 100 L175J––– 175 Wattage Part No. Prefix  Suffix L225J––– 225 L500J––– 500 L1000J–––1000  Tolerance J = 5% K = 10% Core Diameter See “Core and Terminal Selection” Ohms R500 = 0.500Ω 1R00 = 1Ω 250R = 250Ω 1K00 = 1,000Ω 25K0 = 25,000Ω 25K5 = 25,500Ω RoHS Compliant Coating 270 = Vitreous 470 = Silicone Ceramic Wattage Terminal Type See “Resistor Terminals for Tubular Cores” Non-inductive Blank = Standard N = Non-inductive L 2 5 J 1 0 0 E Tolerance J = 5% K = 10% Ohms 1R0 = 1Ω 250 = 250Ω 1K0 = 1,000Ω 25K = 25,000Ω 25K5 = 25,500Ω RoHS Compliant Series Wattage Coating Blank = Vitreous C = Centohm S = Silicone Non-inductive Blank = Standard N = Non-inductive F = Fast on (optional) See website for custom core and terminal info L D C Series Wattage L D C Core Code* Std. Term.** L12 12 1.75 / 44.4 0.313 / 7.94 0.188 / 4.76 D 57 L25 25 2.0 / 50.8 0.562 / 14.3 0.313 / 7.94 K 40 L50 50 4.0 / 101.6 0.562 / 14.3 0.313 / 7.94 K 40 L100 100 6.5 / 165.1 0.750 / 19.1 0.50 / 12.7 M 40 L175 175 8.5 / 215.9 1.125 / 28.6 0.75 / 19.1 P 46 L225 225 10.5 / 266.7 1.125 / 28.6 0.75 / 19.1 P 46 L500 500 12.0 / 304.8 2.50 / 63.5 1.75 / 44.5 S 45 L1000 1000 20.0 / 508.0 2.50 / 63.5 1.75 / 44.5 S 45 * http://www.ohmite.com/techdata/200-210-270-custom.pdf ** http://www.ohmite.com/techdata/terminals.pdf dimensions in./mm ordering information 270 Series Vitreous Enamel Power Standard Made-to-order 1-866-9-OHMITE • Int’l 1-847-258-0300 • Fax 1-847-574-7522 • www.ohmite.com • info@ohmite.com REV 4602 High Power Wirewound Heatsinkable BA Series Aluminum Cased Resistor Overload 5 times rated wattage for 10 sec. Power Rating Free air; greater with heatsink Dielectric Withstanding Voltage 2.5KV, 1 min., 50/60 Hz Insulation Resistance ≥100MΩ Working Voltage ≥800V Surface Temp. Rise 385°C Wire UL listed 3199 Features • Three extrusion forms available • Heatsinkable • Rugged design • Up to 1000 watts • Thermal cut-off available • Scalable, custom lengths available • Custom leads available A p p l i c at i o n s • Dynamic Braking • Motor Starting • Power Control characteristics SERIES SPECIFICATIONS Series Wattage* Resistance range Tolerance Length BA1160 500 0.5Ω - 18KΩ ±10% 160mm BA2320 700 10Ω - 10KΩ ±10% 320mm BA3266 1000 10Ω - 10KΩ ±10% 266mm * Free air rating 1-866-9-OHMITE • Int’l 1-847-258-0300 • Fax 1-847-574-7522 • www.ohmite.com • info@ohmite.com REV 4602 High Power Wirewound Heatsinkable DIMENSIONS BA Series Aluminum Cased Resistor ORDERING INFORMATION 10" 254mm 1.18" 30mm L ø0.24" / 6.2mm 4.92" 95mm 2.80" 71mm 3.15 ~ 3.31" 80 ~ 84mm 4.33" 110mm Thermostat (optional) 3.94" 100.0mm L 31.50" 800.1mm 1.18" 30.0mm 5.49" 139.5mm 5.49" 139.5mm 3.43" 87.1mm 17.72" 450.1mm ø 0.23" / 5.8mm Thermostat (optional) Thermostat (optional) 5.00" 127.0mm 2.95" 74.9mm L Wire, 12ga., 600v 5.50" 139.7mm 6.50" 165.1mm 2.13" 54.1mm B A C 1 1 6 0 1 0 0 R K E Series B = block aluminum Length (mm) Termination A = wire leads B = solid terminals Tolerance K = ±10% Resistance RoHS Compliant Thermal switch (optional) Form 1 = extrusion BA1 BA2 BA3 20 www.bulgin.com BUCCANEER FOR POWER BUCCANEER POWER bulgin a brand of Elektron Technology 900 Series Buccaneer® Terminals Terminals Sealing Gasket O Ring O Ring O Ring Contact Insert Contact Insert Locking Ring Main Body Gland Nut Cable Gland Gland Cage Panel Body Retaining Nut 􀀀 IP68 rating tested at 1.054kg/sq cm (15lb/sq in) 10m depth for 2 weeks 􀀀 IP69K rating tested to DIN 40050-9 􀀀 32A, 600V ac/dc rating 􀀀 2, 3, 4, 5, 7 and 10 pole 􀀀 Plug or socket connection in each body style 􀀀 Water and dustproof to IP68 when mated 􀀀 ‘Scoop proof’ contacts 􀀀 Field termination - screw terminations 􀀀 Positive locating keyways - cannot be mis-connected 􀀀 Sealing caps available to maintain IP68 rating of unmated connectors 􀀀 Leading earth contact for 3, 4, 5 and 7 pole versions 􀀀 Trailing Neutral on 5 pole 􀀀 Compact design 􀀀 Easy assembly - no special tools required 􀀀 Single or 3 phase applications 􀀀 Bulkhead moulding available for use with flange mounting body for 45° or 90° mounting (order each separately) 􀀀 Cost effective solution 􀀀 Cable accomodation 7-22mm O/D 􀀀 Two cable connector versions for 15mm and 22mm (maximum) cable diameters 􀀀 Separate strain relief on large cable version 􀀀 UL, CSA and VDE approvals www.bulgin.com 21 BUCCANEER FOR POWER BUCCANEER POWER bulgin a brand of Elektron Technology 900 Series Buccaneer® PX0911 􀀀 Mates with in-line flex or panel mounting versions 􀀀 Positive, fast acting locking ring - can be turned with a gloved hand 􀀀 Plug or socket versions 􀀀 PX0 Series13-15mm cable dia. as standard, 7-13mm with additional gland pack 􀀀 PXA Series 20-22mm cable dia. as standard, 14-20mm with additional gland pack 􀀀 Strain Relief Clamp (PXA Series only) Standard Cable Large Cable Description Standard Cable Large Cable Description PX0911/02/P PXA911/02/P 2 pole Plug PX0911/02/S PXA911/02/S 2 pole Socket PX0911/03/P PXA911/03/P 3 pole Plug PX0911/03/S PXA911/03/S 3 pole Socket PX0911/04/P PXA911/04/P 4 pole Plug PX0911/04/S PXA911/04/S 4 pole Socket PX0911/05/P PXA911/05/P 5 pole Plug PX0911/05/S PXA911/05/S 5 pole Socket PX0911/07/P PXA911/07/P 7 pole Plug PX0911/07/S PXA911/07/S 7 pole Socket PX0911/10/P PXA911/10/P 10 pole Plug PX0911/10/S PXA911/10/S 10 pole Socket Standard Cable Large Cable Description Standard Cable Large Cable Description PX0921/02/P PXA921/02/P 2 pole Plug PX0921/02/S PXA921/02/S 2 pole Socket PX0921/03/P PXA921/03/P 3 pole Plug PX0921/03/S PXA921/03/S 3 pole Socket PX0921/04/P PXA921/04/P 4 pole Plug PX0921/04/S PXA921/04/S 4 pole Socket PX0921/05/P PXA921/05/P 5 pole Plug PX0921/05/S PXA921/05/S 5 pole Socket PX0921/07/P PXA921/07/P 7 pole Plug PX0921/07/S PXA921/07/S 7 pole Socket PX0921/10/P PXA921/10/P 10 pole Plug PX0921/10/S PXA921/10/S 10 pole Socket PXA911 PX0921 PXA921 􀀀 Mates with either PX0911 or PXA911 connectors 􀀀 Plug or socket versions 􀀀 PX0 Series 13-15mm cable dia. as standard, 7-13mm with additional gland pack 􀀀 PXA Series 20-22mm cable dia. as standard, 14-20mm with additional gland pack 􀀀 Strain Relief Clamp (PXA Series only) FLEX CABLE CONNECTOR IN-LINE FLEX CABLE CONNECTOR 22 www.bulgin.com BUCCANEER FOR POWER BUCCANEER POWER bulgin a brand of Elektron Technology PX0941 􀀀 Mates with PX0911 and PXA911 connectors 􀀀 Supplied with high grade sealing gasket 􀀀 Supplied with sealing grommets for panel fixing screws (M6 thread recommended) Flange Mounting PX0941/02/P 2 pole Plug PX0941/02/S 2 pole Socket PX0941/03/P 3 pole Plug PX0941/03/S 3 pole Socket PX0941/04/P 4 pole Plug PX0941/04/S 4 pole Socket PX0941/05/P 5 pole Plug PX0941/05/S 5 pole Socket PX0941/07/P 7 pole Plug PX0941/07/S 7 pole Socket PX0941/10/P 10 pole Plug PX0941/10/S 10 pole Socket Panel Mounting PX0931/02/P 2 pole Plug PX0931/02/S 2 pole Socket PX0931/03/P 3 pole Plug PX0931/03/S 3 pole Socket PX0931/04/P 4 pole Plug PX0931/04/S 4 pole Socket PX0931/05/P 5 pole Plug PX0931/05/S 5 pole Socket PX0931/07/P 7 pole Plug PX0931/07/S 7 pole Socket PX0931/10/P 10 pole Plug PX0931/10/S 10 pole Socket PX0931 􀀀 Mates with PX0911 and PXA911 connectors 􀀀 Single hole fixing 􀀀 Anti-rotation key 􀀀 High grade sealing gasket 􀀀 3-7mm panel thickness 900 Series Buccaneer® PANEL MOUNTING CONNECTOR FLANGE MOUNTING CONNECTOR www.bulgin.com 23 Sealing Caps PX0960 Sealing cap for use with PX0911/xx/x and PXA911/xx/x PX0970 Sealing cap for use with all other styles PX0990 Heavy duty sealing cap for use with PX0911/xx/x and PXA911/xx/x PX0991 Heavy duty sealing cap for use with PX0921/xx/x and PXA921/xx/x PX0992 Heavy duty sealing cap for use with PX0931 and PX0941 Gland Packs PX0980 Pack of 3 additional cable glands for PX0911 and PX0921 to suit cable sizes; 11-13mm, 9-11 and 7-9mm dia. PXA980 Pack of 3 additional cable glands for PXA911 and PXA921 to suit cable sizes; 18-20mm, 16-18 and 14-16mm dia. BUCCANEER FOR POWER BUCCANEER POWER bulgin a brand of Elektron Technology 900 Series Buccaneer® PX0950 PX0950 & PX0941 PX0960, PX0970 􀀀 For use with flange mounting connector PX0941, to give 45° or 90° angle 􀀀 Supplied with high grade sealing gasket 􀀀 Supplied with sealing grommets for panel fixing screws (M6 thread recommended) 􀀀 Sealing caps to maintain IP68 & IP69K rating of unmated connectors, with plastic straps ADDITIONAL BULKHEAD ADAPTOR MOULDING ACCESSORIES PX0990, PX0991, PX0992 􀀀 Heavy duty sealing caps to maintain IP68 & IP69K rating of unmated connectors, with stainless steel straps 24 www.bulgin.com Electrical: No Poles: 2, 3 4, 5 7 10† Current Rating: 32A 32A 32A 10A 30A, CSA 25A, CSA 25A, CSA* Voltage Rating: 600V ac/dc 600V ac/dc 430V ac/dc 250V ac/dc Contact Resistance: <10m (initial) Insulation Resistance: >106M (@ 500V dc) Dielectric strength: 2.2kV ac min AC Breakdown voltage: 6kV Operating Temperature Range: –40°C to +85°C Approvals: UL E214972 CSA 1211899 VDE 40003148 CCC 2011020203500396 – 10 Amp Rated 2011020203500396 – 32 Amp Rated 900 Series Buccaneer® Mechanical: Sealing: IP68, EN60529 :1992 tested @ 1.054kg/sq.cm. (15lb/sq.in.) 10m depth for 2 weeks IP69K, DIN 40050-9 Cable Acceptance: PX0911-PX0921 13 - 15mm O/D standard, 7-13mm with gland pack PXA911-PXA921 20 - 22mm O/D standard, 14 - 20mm with gland pack Contact Accommodation: 2-7 pole - 2.5 to 4mm2 (13 to10AWG) conductor, single or multi stranded 10 pole - 0.75 to 2mm2 (14 to 18AWG) conductor, single or multi stranded Termination: Axial screw terminals Cable Retention force: 22mm dia, 150N 15mm dia, 150N 7mm dia, 80N Gland Nut Torques: PX0 range 13-15mm (Yellow - std.) 3.16Nm (28 lbf.in.) 11-13mm (black) 3.16Nm (28 lbf.in.) 9-11mm (white) 3.16Nm (28 lbf.in.) 7-9mm (dark grey) 3.16Nm (28 lbf.in.) PXA range 20-22mm (Yellow - std.) 3.16Nm (28 lbf.in.) 18-20mm (black) 3.16Nm (28 lbf.in.) 16-18mm (white) 3.16Nm (28 lbf.in.) 14-16mm (dark grey) 3.16Nm (28 lbf.in.) Tightening Torques: Panel mount nut 2.25Nm (20 lbf.in.) Flange & Bulkhead fixing screws 0.9Nm (8 lbf.in.) Inserts into Bodies 1.13Nm (10 lbf.in.) to 1.36Nm (12 lbf.in.) Term screws - 2 to 5 poles 1.0Nm (9 lbf.in.) max Term screws - 7 pole 0.4Nm (3.5 lbf.in.) max Term screws - 10 pole 0.25Nm (2.2 lbf.in.) max Rear thread PX0931 series M36 x 2-6g Material: Body Mouldings: Polyamide Flammability Rating: UL94V-0 UV Resistance: To EN50021: 1999 Contacts: Machined Solid Brass, Nickel plated O Rings: Nitrile Panel Sealing Gasket: Silicone Rubber Compliant SPECIFICATION Dimensions: Overall dimensions of connectors when mated together PX0911 + PX0921 230 mm max. PXA911 + PXA921 270 mm max. PX0911 + PX0931 135 mm max. (to panel) PXA911 + PX0931 175 mm max. (to panel) PX0911 + PX0941 145 mm max. (to panel, mid point on flange) PXA911 + PX0941 174 mm max. (to panel, mid point on flange) *with 75ºC min. rated cable †approvals pending for 10 Pole version CONTACT LAYOUT 2 pole 3 pole 4 pole 5 pole 7 pole 10 pole BUCCANEER FOR POWER BUCCANEER POWER bulgin a brand of Elektron Technology www.bulgin.com 25 900 Series Buccaneer® PXx9 x x / x x / x / x x PART NO SYSTEM Series Designation 09 = Standard Cable Accommodation (7-13mm) A9 = Large Cable Accommodation (14-22mm) Body Styles 1 = Flex, 2 = Flex In-line, 3 = Panel, 4 = Flange Panel Contact Termination 1 = Screw Terminal Number Contacts 02 = 2 pole, 03 = 3 pole, 04 = 4 pole, 05 = 5 pole, 07 = 7 pole, 10 = 10 pole Contact Type P = Plug, S = Socket Cable Acceptance PX0 version: Blank = 13-15mm Yellow cable gland (standard) 03 = 11-13mm Black cable gland 02 = 9-11mm White cable gland 01 = 7-9mm Dark Grey cable gland PXA version: Blank = 20-22mm Yellow cable gland (standard) 09 = 18-20mm Black cable gland 08 = 16-18mm White cable gland 07 = 14-16mm Dark Grey cable gland Example: PX0911/07/P/03 = Flex cable connector with standard cable accommodation body, seven pin contacts, with gland to suit 11-13mm cable. BUCCANEER FOR POWER BUCCANEER POWER bulgin a brand of Elektron Technology High precision instrument gearhead P5 series P5 series instrument gearheads conform to the international ovoid standard. The units have established a reputation for excellent running consistency, strength and reliability & have been engineered to enable a wide range of permanent magnet stepper motors, ac synchronous & instrument dc servo motors to be readily fitted. Typical applications include: • Scientific instrument drives • Medical instruments drives • Laboratory & test equipment drives • Optical equipment drives • Valve actuators • Process control equipment Precision construction with built-in flexibility: P5 series gearheads incorporate precision spur cut brass gears and steel pinions mounted on spindles running in bronze alloy bearings which feature lubrication reservoirs for extended life, control accuracy and high dynamic performance. P5 series units have been designed to readily accept a wide range of motors and offer a comprehensive programme of options including integral torque limiting clutches and freewheels. These, together with three standard shaft options and the ability to offer customised versions make the P5 series gearhead an ideal choice where precision control of a wide variety of mechanisms where high control accuracy is required. Standard gear ratios: Fast-track delivery of a wide range of P5 series gearheads ensures rapid response to customer demand. The wide range of stock ratios are ideal when using permanent magnet stepper motors, ac synchronous motors and high quality dc instrument motors Order Code Ratio Efficiency ( % ) Max Output Torque ( Nm ) Steps per rev @ output using. Stepper motor * Output speed using synchronous motor ( rpm ) # Output speed Using dc motor ( rpm ) ** P5-G01 25:6 80 0.20 200 60 720-1200 P5-G03 25:4 80 0.25 300 40 500-800 P5-G04 25:3 80 0.35 400 30 360-600 P5-G05 10:1 70 0.40 480 25 300-500 P5-G06 25:2 70 0.45 600 20 240-400 P5-G08 50:3 70 0.60 800 15 180-300 P5-G09 20:1 70 0.65 960 12.5 150-250 P5-G11 25:1 70 0.70 1200 10 120-200 P5-G14 100:3 70 0.75 1600 7.5 90-150 P5-G16 125:3 70 0.80 2000 6 72-120 P5-G17 50:1 70 0.80 2400 5 60-100 P5-G19 125:2 65 0.80 3000 4 48-80 P5-G21 250:3 65 0.80 4000 3 36-60 P5-G23 125:1 65 0.80 6000 2 24-40 P5-G27 250:1 65 0.80 12000 1 12-20 P5-G34 500:1 58 0.85 24000 0.5 6-10 P5-G41 1250:1 58 0.90 60000 12 revs/hour 2.4 - 4 P5-G62 15,000:1 43 1.0 720,000 1 rev / hour 0.1-0.3 Notes: * Based on the use of a stepper motor with 7.5 degree step angle # Based on the use of a 250 rpm ac synchronous motor ** Based on the use of instrument dc motors with speed ratings of 3000 & 5000 rpm. Mclennan Servo Supplies Ltd. Tel: +44 (0)8707 700 700 www.mclennan.co.uk Construction Precision brass gears 􀀀􀀀􀀀􀀀􀀀􀀀􀀀􀀀􀀀􀀀􀀀􀀀􀀀􀀀􀀀􀀀􀀀􀀀􀀀􀀀􀀀􀀀􀀀􀀀􀀀􀀀􀀀􀀀􀀀􀀀􀀀 􀀀􀀀􀀀 􀀀􀀀􀀀 􀀀􀀀􀀀 􀀀􀀀􀀀 􀀀􀀀􀀀 􀀀􀀀􀀀 􀀀􀀀􀀀 􀀀􀀀􀀀 􀀀􀀀􀀀􀀀 􀀀􀀀􀀀􀀀 􀀀􀀀􀀀􀀀 􀀀􀀀􀀀􀀀 􀀀􀀀􀀀􀀀 􀀀􀀀􀀀􀀀 􀀀􀀀􀀀􀀀 􀀀􀀀􀀀􀀀 􀀀􀀀􀀀􀀀 Motor Steel Pinion- shaft assembly Precision bearings Issue 001 High precision instrument gearhead P5 series P5 Gearbox Dimensions: mm. Standard output shaft dimensions: mm. L82 shaft with internal clutch & freewheel P5 series gearbox may be specified with optional internal friction clutch or freewheels. The L82C internal clutch is set to a slip torque of 0.6 Nm and is designed to protect the gearhead against damage resulting from excessive torque in a stall condition. The freewheel options provide a maximum torque of 0.4 Nm and provide free rotation in the direction of drive. Typical applications include chart recorder paper feeds. General specification: Max recommended input speed rpm 5000 Max Radial load N 50 ( @ 8 mm from mounting face ) Max Static Axial load N 150 N ( for press fit on shaft ) Ambient temperature range Deg. C -30 to +65 Max Axial shaft play μm 250 Max radial shaft play μm 25 Direction of rotation @ output with respect to input: Ratio Codes Number of stages Direction of rotation P5-G01 to G04 2 Same P5-G05 to G17 3 Opposite P5-G19-G27 4 Same P5-G34-G41 5 Opposite P5-G62 7 Opposite eneral specification: 16.5 Ls 47.6 2.8 ∅ 4 + 0 12 - 0.02 12.7 ∅ 3.2 26.2 typical motor ∅ 8.0 ( see following ) ( options ) R 24.6 1.2 20 ∅ 4.0 2.8 8.0 L81 shaft 12.8 ∅ 4.0 9 3.3 L82 shaft 36.3 12.8 ∅ 4.0 9 ∅ 4.0 3.25 L35 shaft Mclennan Servo Supplies Ltd. Tel: +44 (0)8707 700 700 www.mclennan.co.uk 􀀀􀀀􀀀􀀀􀀀􀀀􀀀􀀀 􀀀􀀀􀀀􀀀􀀀􀀀􀀀􀀀 􀀀􀀀􀀀􀀀􀀀􀀀􀀀􀀀 􀀀􀀀􀀀􀀀􀀀􀀀􀀀􀀀 􀀀􀀀􀀀􀀀􀀀􀀀􀀀􀀀 􀀀􀀀􀀀􀀀􀀀􀀀􀀀􀀀 􀀀􀀀􀀀􀀀􀀀􀀀􀀀􀀀 􀀀􀀀􀀀􀀀􀀀􀀀􀀀􀀀 􀀀􀀀􀀀􀀀􀀀􀀀􀀀􀀀 􀀀􀀀􀀀􀀀􀀀􀀀􀀀􀀀 􀀀􀀀􀀀􀀀􀀀􀀀􀀀􀀀 􀀀􀀀􀀀􀀀􀀀􀀀􀀀􀀀 􀀀􀀀􀀀􀀀􀀀􀀀􀀀 􀀀􀀀􀀀􀀀􀀀􀀀􀀀 Friction Clutch Option Freewheel Option L82F: clockwise rotation L82C L82R: counter-clockwise rotation Output shaft dimensions as L82 standard shaft 20 20 ∅ 4 ∅ 8 . ∅ 4 . 2.8 L 3396 Shaft Issue 001 Positional Servodrive assembly P5 series The P5 positional servodrive incorporates a potentiometer which is connected to the output shaft to provide an analogue reference signal proportional to output shaft position. A variety of potentiometer options are available to provide the choice of single or multi-turn operation. Although conforming to the standard panel mount design, the feedback potentiometers utilised in P5 positional servodrives have a reinforced internal construction to provide long life in motor driven applications. The feedback potentiometer is coupled directly to the servodrive’s output shaft via a backlash-free coupling which incorporates a friction clutch to protect the potentiometer against an overtravel condition when an option fitted with end stops is specified. P5 series Servodrives may be specified with any of the gear ratios shown on earlier pages to provide a wide choice of speed options. P5 series Positional Servodrive assembly Dimensions: mm Standard Potentiometer options Gearhead ratio code Potentiometer code Description Electrical rotation P5-G01 to G62- L100 Single turn , continuous rotation > 340 degrees L101 Single turn with end stops > 300 degrees L102 Three turn with end stops > 1080 degrees L103 Ten turn with end stops > 3600 degrees 20 33.5 16.5 12.8 47.6 typical typical 9 R 16 Potentiometer coupling 2.8 ∅ 4 + 0 12 - 0.02 12.7 ∅3.2 26.2 motor ∅8 dia. motor ∅ Dm motor length R 24.6 Lm 1.2 Standard shaft with flat ∅ 4 ∅ 38 Flat length: 9 mm 3.3 + 0 - 0.1 Maximum motor diameter ( ∅ Dm ) : 36 mm Mclennan Servo Supplies Ltd. Tel: +44 (0)8707 700 700 www.mclennan.co.uk Issue 001 High precision instrument gearhead P5 series Motor options A wide range of permanent magnet stepper motors, instrument dc motors and ac synchronous motors may be fitted to the P5 gearhead using standard mounting kits. A wide variety of motors may be factory-fitted to meet a wide range of performance requirements. If alternative motors are to be fitted to the P5 gearhead the following details can be components Standard Motor mounting kits: Motor type 1 dimensions for screw mounting to P5 gearbox 8.2 min 11.4 max 1.8 Max 42 ∅36 max. ∅2 or 3 ∅3.2 ∅ 10 Motor fits directly to gearbox backplate using 2 x M2.5 screws Motor types 2 dimensions for mounting to P5 gearbox using clip 8.2 min 22 25 11.4 max Motor flange cropped as shown 1.8 Max 49.2 ∅51 max ∅ 42 ∅ 50.8 ∅2 or 3 ∅ 10 Clip type 204CLP00002 Clip type 204CLP00001 Motor types 3 dimensions for mounting to P5 gearbox via adapter 8.1 min 3.5 12.5 max KIT 3A KIT 3B 3 X M2 on 12 mm PCD 3 x M2 on 17 mm PCD 1.5 Max 3 X M2 X 6 long screws ∅29 max. ∅2 or 3 ∅ 7 ∅ 10 Use adapter 204ADT00006 Use adapter 204ADT00015 Adapter Motor type 4 dimensions for mounting to P5 gearbox via adapter 3.5 12.5 2 X M3 on 28 mm PCD 1.5 Max ∅40. ∅ 18 ∅ 3 Use adapter 204ADT00007 Adapter This motor must be factory fitted Mclennan Servo Supplies Ltd. Tel: +44 (0)8707 700 700 www.mclennan.co.uk Issue 001 High precision instrument gearhead P5 series Ordering code Example: P5-G17 L82 Gearbox Code Ratio Code Shaft or Potentiometer code • Specify motor shaft diameter so correct pinion bore is provided • Specify fitting components such as adapter or fixing clip • If in doubt please contact your local sales office • If a special output shaft is required enter details in drawing provided: Fitting the motor to P5 gearheads: The pinion is either fitted to the motor shaft by means of high strength Loctitie 638 adhesive or it is press fitted when the motor rear shaft can be supported. The pinion can be accurately located, in one of two positions, using the pinion fitting tool 204SPC00001 as shown below: Pinion Positions Order Code Ratio Pinion Position Standard Pinion bores ( motor shaft diameters ) Maximum Pinion bore ( max. motor shaft diameter ) P5-G01 25:6 H 1.8 mm 2.0 mm 3.0 mm 3 mm P5-G03 25:4 H 1.8 mm 2.0 mm 3.0 mm 4 mm P5-G04 25:3 H 1.8 mm 2.0 mm 3.0 mm 3 mm P5-G05 10:1 1.8 mm 2.0 mm 3.0 mm P5-G06 25:2 1.8 mm 2.0 mm 3.0 mm P5-G08 50:3 1.8 mm 2.0 mm 3.0 mm P5-G09 20:1 1.8 mm 2.0 mm 3.0 mm P5-G11 25:1 1.8 mm 2.0 mm 3.0 mm 5 mm P5-G14 100:3 1.8 mm 2.0 mm 3.0 mm P5-G16 125:3 1.8 mm 2.0 mm 3.0 mm P5-G17 50:1 L 1.8 mm 2.0 mm 3.0 mm 3 mm P5-G19 125:2 1.8 mm 2.0 mm 3.0 mm P5-G21 250:3 1.8 mm 2.0 mm 3.0 mm P5-G23 125:1 1.8 mm 2.0 mm 3.0 mm 5 mm P5-G27 250:1 1.8 mm 2.0 mm 3.0 mm 3 mm P5-G34 500:1 1.8 mm 2.0 mm 3.0 mm 5 mm P5-G41 1250:1 H 1.8 mm 2.0 mm 3.0 mm 3 mm P5-G62 15,000:1 L 1.8 mm 2.0 mm 3.0 mm 3 mm ( 20 max.) ( 20 max ) ∅ ( ∅ 4 max. ) ∅ ( 8 min. ) ∅ 4.0 max 2.8 Special shaft detail Motor mounted directly to gearhead Motor mounted to gearhead via adapter Pinion High (‘H’ ) position Pinion High (‘H’ ) position Pinion Low (‘L’ ) position Pinion Low (‘L’ ) position Spacer 204SPC00001 Spacer 204SPC00001 Mclennan Servo Supplies Ltd. Tel: +44 (0)8707 700 700 www.mclennan.co.uk Issue 001 High precision instrument gearhead P5 series Complete geared motor assemblies A wide range of complete assemblies with factory fitted motors can be provided, data on which is available on request. When supplied as a complete assembly the motor part number is inserted in the geared motor order code Examples: Dc servo motor 9904 120 18 105 Stepper motor 9904 112 32 101 Geared motor code: P5 18 DC 105-G17 L82 P5 32 ST 101-G17 L82 Typical factory fitted geared motor assemblies Reversible geared ac synchronous motors • Reversible fixed speed operation • Choice of two motor power options • Choice of output speeds from 1 rev/second to 1 rev/ hour • Choice of 24, 110 or 230 Vac – 50 Hz operation P532 & P531 SP series Geared reversible ac synchronous motors Geared permanent magnet stepper motors • High precision 7.5 degree stepper motors Choice of four power options • Choice of 5V or 12 V windings Optional positional feedback potentiometer assembly P531 ST series P532 ST & P535 series P542 series Geared stepper motors Geared stepper motors Geared stepper motors Geared ironless rotor dc servo motors • High precision coreless servo motors Choice of 6 power options from 22 –40 mm diameter • Choice of 6, 12 or 24 Vdc windings Optional dc tachogenerator or encoder feedback • Standard speed options from 1200 – 0.1 rpm Optional positional feedback potentiometer assembly P522 DC series P528 DC Series P518 DC series Geared dc motors Geared dc motors Geared dc motors with position feedback Mclennan Servo Supplies Ltd. Tel: +44 (0)8707 700 700 www.mclennan.co.uk Issue 001 SMU INSTRUMENTS A Greater Measure of Confidence www.keithley.com 1.888.KEITHLEY (U.S. only) A Tektronix Company 2450 SourceMeter ® SMU Instrument • Capabilities of analyzers, curve tracers, and I-V systems at a fraction of their cost. • Five-inch, high resolution capacitive touchscreen GUI • 0.012% basic measure accuracy with 6½-digit resolution • Enhanced sensitivity with new 20mV and 10nA source/ measure ranges • Source and sink (4-quadrant) operation • Four “Quickset” modes for fast setup and measurements • Built-in, context-sensitive front panel help • Front panel input banana jacks; rear panel input triaxial connections • 2450 SCPI and TSP® scripting programming modes • Model 2400 SCPI-compatible programming mode • Front panel USB memory port for data/programming/ configuration I/O The Model 2450 is Keithley’s next-generation SourceMeter source measure unit (SMU) Instrument that truly brings Ohm’s law (current, voltage, and resistance) testing right to your fingertips. Its innovative graphical user interface (GUI) and advanced, capacitive touchscreen technology allow intuitive usage and minimize the learning curve to enable engineers and scientists to learn faster, work smarter, and invent easier. The 2450 is the SMU for everyone: a versatile instrument, particularly well-suited for characterizing modern scaled semiconductors, nano-scale devices and materials, organic semiconductors, printed electronics, and other small-geometry and low-power devices. All this combined with Keithley SMU precision and accuracy allow users to Touch, Test, InventTM with the new favorite go-to instrument in the lab for years to come. Learn Faster, Work Smarter, Invent Easier Unlike conventional instruments with dedicated pushbutton technology and small, obscure, limited- character displays, the 2450 features a five-inch, full-color, high resolution touchscreen that facilitates ease of use, learning, and optimizes overall speed and productivity. A simple icon-based menu structure reduces configuration steps by as much as 50 percent and eliminates the cumbersome multi-layer menu structures typically used on soft-key instruments. Built-in, context-sensitive help enables intuitive operation and minimizes the need to review a separate manual. These capabilities combined with its application versatility make the 2450 the SMU instrument inherently easy to use for basic and advanced measurement applications, regardless of your experience level with SMU instruments. 2450 main home screen. View of 2450 menu. Fourth-Generation, All-in-One SMU Instrument The 2450 is the fourth-generation member of Keithley’s award-winning SourceMeter family of SMU instruments and leverages the proven capabilities of the Model 2400 SourceMeter SMU Instrument. It offers a highly flexible, four-quadrant voltage and current source/load coupled with precision voltage and current meters. This all-inone instrument can be used as a: • Precision power supply with V and I readback • True current source • Digital multimeter (DCV, DCI, ohms, and power with 6½-digit resolution). • Precision electronic load • Trigger controller -200V -20V +20V +200V +100mA +1A -100mA -1A Quad. II Quad. I Quad. III Quad. IV 2450 power envelope. Model 2450 SourceMeter® SMU Instrument SMU INSTRUMENTS www.keithley.com 1.888.KEITHLEY (U.S. only) A Greater Measure of Confidence A Tektronix Company Online HELP key USB 2.0 memory I/O Front/rear input selector Rotary navigation/ control knob 5˝ color graphical touchscreen display 2450 SourceMeter ® SMU Instrument Ordering Information 2450 200V, 1A, 20W SourceMeter Instrument 2450-NFP 200V, 1A, 20W SourceMeter Instrument, with No Front Panel 2450-RACK 200V, 1A, 20W SourceMeter Instrument, without Handle 2450-NFP-RACK 200V, 1A, 20W SourceMeter Instrument, with No Front Panel and No Handle Accessories Supplied 8608 High Performance Test Leads USB-B-1 USB Cable, Type A to Type B, 1m (3.3 ft) CS-1616-3 Safety Interlock Mating Connector CA-180-3A TSP-Link/Ethernet Cable Documentation CD 2450 QuickStart Guide Test Script Builder Software (supplied on CD) KickStart Startup Software (supplied on CD) LabVIEW and IVI Drivers available at www.keithley.com Model 2400 Model 2450 V-Ranges: 200mV – 200V V-Ranges: 20mV – 200V I-Ranges: 1μA – 1A I-Ranges: 10nA – 1A 0.012% Basic Accuracy 0.012% Basic Accuracy Wideband Noise: 4mVrms Typ. Wideband Noise: 2mVrms Typ. Sweep Types: Linear, Log, Custom, Source-Memory Sweep Types: Linear, Log, Dual Linear, Dual Log, Custom, Source-Memory (SCPI 2400 Mode) 5000 Point Reading Buffer >250,000 Point Reading Buffer >2000 Readings/Sec. >3000 Readings/Sec. SCPI Programming SCPI (2400 + 2450) + TSP Programming GPIB GPIB, USB, Ethernet (LXI) Front/Rear Banana Jacks Front: Banana Jacks, Rear: Triax Comparison of Model 2400 vs Model 2450. Ease of Use Beyond the Touchscreen In addition to its five-inch, color touchscreen, the 2450 front panel has many features that supplement its speed, user-friendliness, and learnability, including a USB 2.0 memory I/O port, a HELP key, a rotary navigation/control knob, a front/rear input selector button, and banana jacks for basic bench applications. The USB 2.0 memory port supports easy data storing, saving instrument configurations, loading test scripts, and system upgrades. Plus, all front panel buttons are backlit to enhance visibility in low-light environments. Model 2450 front panel with high resolution, capacitive touchscreen. Four “Quickset” modes simplify user setup. With one touch, the instrument can be quickly configured for various operating modes without the need to configure the instrument indirectly for this operation. Comprehensive Built-in Connectivity Rear panel access to rear-input triax connectors, remote control interfaces (GPIB, USB 2.0, and LXI/Ethernet), D-sub 9-pin digital I/O port (for internal/external trigger signals and handler control), instrument interlock control, and TSP-Link® jacks enables easy configuration of multiple instrument test solutions and eliminates the need to invest in additional adapter accessories. Quickset modes enable fast setup and time to measurements. Model 2450 SourceMeter® SMU Instrument SMU INSTRUMENTS A Greater Measure of Confidence www.keithley.com 1.888.KEITHLEY (U.S. only) A Tektronix Company 2450 SourceMeter ® SMU Instrument Ethernet Triax inputs Digital I/O TSP-Link GPIB Interlock USB Rear panel connections are optimized for signal integrity. Convert Raw Data to Information The 2450 provides a full plotting and sheet view to display sweeps, measurement data, and charting right on the screen. It also supports exporting to a spreadsheet for further analysis, dramatically improving productivity for research, bench-top testing, device qualification, and debugging. Full data display, charting, and export to a spreadsheet lets you convert raw data to useful information. TYPICAL APPLICATIONS Ideal for current/voltage characterization and functional test of a wide range of today’s modern electronics and devices, including: • Nanomaterials and Devices ––Graphene ––Carbon nanotubes ––Nanowires ––Low power nanostructures • Semiconductor Structures ––Wafers ––Thin films • Organic Materials and Devices ––E-inks ––Printable electronics • Energy Efficiency and Lighting ––LEDs/AMOLEDs ––Photovoltaics/Solar Cells ––Batteries • Discrete and Passive Components ––Two-leaded: Resistors, diodes, zener diodes, LEDs, disk drive heads, sensors ––Three-leaded: Small signal bipolar junction transistors (BJTs), field effect transistors (FETs), and more • Material Characterization ––Resistivity ––Hall Effect TriggerFlow™ Building Blocks for Instrument Control and Execution The 2450 incorporates Keithley’s new TriggerFlow triggering system that allows user control of instrument execution. Similar to developing a flow chart, TriggerFlow diagrams are created using four fundamental building blocks: • Wait – Waits for an event to occur before the flow continues • Branch – Branches when a condition has been satisfied • Action – Initiates an action in the instrument, for example, measure, source, delay, set digital I/O, etc. • Notify – Notifies other equipment that an event has occurred Side text Model 2450 SourceMeter® SMU Instrument SMU INSTRUMENTS www.keithley.com 1.888.KEITHLEY (U.S. only) A Greater Measure of Confidence A Tektronix Company 2450 SourceMeter ® SMU Instrument TriggerFlow building blocks let users create very simple to very complex triggering models. A TriggerFlow model using a combination of these building blocks can be created from the front panel or by sending remote commands. With the TriggerFlow system, users can build triggering models from very simple to complex with up to 255 block levels. The 2450 also includes basic triggering functions, including immediate, timer, and manual triggering. Unmatched System Integration and Programming Flexibility When the 2450 is integrated as part of a multi-channel I-V test system, the Test Script Processor (TSP®) embedded scripting capability allows test scripts to be run by the instrument, enabling the user to create powerful measurement applications with significantly reduced development times. TSP technology also offers channel expansion without a mainframe. Keithley’s TSP-Link® channel expansion bus, which uses a 100 Base T Ethernet cable, connects multiple 2450 instruments and other TSP instruments such as Keithley’s Series 2600B SourceMeter SMU instruments and Series 3700A Switch/Multimeter systems in a master-slave configuration that behaves as one integrated system. The TSP-Link expansion bus supports up to 32 units per GPIB or IP address, making it easy to scale a system to fit an application’s particular requirements. The 2450 also includes a SCPI programming mode that optimizes the instrument’s new features, as well as a SCPI 2400 mode that provides backwards compatibility with the existing Model 2400 SourceMeter instrument. Not only does this preserve your 2400 investment, but it also eliminates re-work normally associated with upgrading to a new instrument with new capabilities. Parallel Test Capability With the TSP technology in the 2450, multiple devices can be tested in parallel to meet the needs of device research, advanced semiconductor lab applications, and even high throughput production test. This parallel testing capability enables each instrument in the system to run its own complete test sequence, creating a fully multi-threaded test environment. The number of tests that can be run in parallel on a 2450 can be as high as the number of instruments in the system. Free Instrument Control Start-up Software and Web Interface KickStart, Keithley’s new instrument control non-programming start-up software, lets users start taking measurements in minutes. In most cases, users merely need to make quick measurements, graph the data, and store the data to disk to perform analysis in software environments such as Excel. KickStart offers the following functionality: • Instrument configuration control to perform I-V characterization • Native X-Y graphing, panning, and zooming • Spreadsheet/tabular viewing of data • Saving and exporting data for further analysis • Saving of test setups • Screenshot capturing of graph • Annotation of tests • Command line dialog for sending and receiving data • HTML help • GPIB, USB 2.0, Ethernet compliant With KickStart start-up software, users are ready to take measurements in minutes. Simplified Programming with Ready-to-Use Instrument Drivers For users who want to create their own customized application software, native National Instruments LabVIEW® drivers, IVI-C, and IVI-COM drivers are available at www.keithley.com. Model 2450 SourceMeter® SMU Instrument Side text SMU INSTRUMENTS A Greater Measure of Confidence www.keithley.com 1.888.KEITHLEY (U.S. only) A Tektronix Company 2450 SourceMeter ® SMU Instrument Voltage Specifications1,2 Source Measure3 Range Resolution Accuracy (23° ± 5°C) 1 Year ±(% setting + volts) Noise (RMS) (<10Hz) Resolution Input Resistance Accuracy (23° ± 5°C) 1 Year ±(% rdg. + volts) 20.00000 mV 500 nV 0.100% + 200 μV 1 μV 10 nV >10 GW 0.100% + 150 μV 200.0000 mV 5 μV 0.015% + 200 μV 1 μV 100 nV >10 GW 0.012% + 200 μV 2.000000 V 50 μV 0.020% + 300 μV 10 μV 1 μV >10 GW 0.012% + 300 μV 20.00000 V 500 μV 0.015% + 2.4 mV 100 μV 10 μV >10 GW 0.015% + 1 mV 200.0000 V 5 mV 0.015% + 24 mV 1 mV 100 μV >10 GW 0.015% + 10 mV Current Specifications1,2 Source Measure3 Range Resolution Accuracy (23° ±5°C)4 1 Year ±(% setting + amps) Noise (RMS) (<10Hz) Resolution Voltage Burden Accuracy (23° ±5°C) 1 Year ±(% rdg. + amps) 10.00000 nA5 500 fA 0.100% + 100 pA 500 fA 10 fA <100 μV 0.100% + 50 pA 100.0000 nA5 5 pA 0.060% + 150 pA 500 fA 100 fA <100 μV 0.060% + 100 pA 1.000000 μA 50 pA 0.025% + 400 pA 5 pA 1 pA <100 μV 0.025% + 300 pA 10.00000 μA 500 pA 0.025% + 1.5 nA 40 pA 10 pA <100 μV 0.025% + 700 pA 100.0000 μA 5 nA 0.020% + 15 nA 400 pA 100 pA <100 μV 0.020% + 6 nA 1.000000 mA 50 nA 0.020% + 150 nA 5 nA 1 nA <100 μV 0.020% + 60 nA 10.00000 mA 500 nA 0.020% + 1.5 μA 40 nA 10 nA <100 μV 0.020% + 600 nA 100.0000 mA 5 μA 0.025% + 15 μA 100 nA 100 nA <100 μV 0.025% + 6 μA 1.000000 A 50 μA 0.067% + 900 μA 3 μA 1 μA <100 μV 0.030% + 500 μA TEMPERATURE COEFFICIENT (0°–18°C and 28°–50°C): ±(0.15 × accuracy specification)/°C. 1. Speed = 1 PLC. 2. All specifications are guaranteed with output ON. 3. Accuracies apply to 2- and 4-wire mode when properly zeroed. 4. For sink mode, 1μA to 100mA range accuracy is ±(0.15% + offset × 4). For 1A range, accuracy is ±(1.5% + offset × 8). 5. Rear panel triax connections only. Resistance Measurement Accuracy (Local or Remote Sense)2,3 Range Default Resolution6 Default Test Current Normal Accuracy (23°C ±5°C) 1 Year, ±(% rdg. + ohms) Enhanced Accuracy7 (23°C ±5°C) 1 Year, ±(% rdg. + ohms) <2.000000 W8 1 μW User defined Source IACC + Meas. VACC Meas. IACC + Meas. VACC 20.00000 W 10 μW 100 mA 0.098% + 0.003 W 0.073% + 0.001 W 200.0000 W 100 μW 10 mA 0.077% + 0.03 W 0.053% + 0.01 W 2.000000 kW 1 mW 1 mA 0.066% + 0.3 W 0.045% + 0.1 W 20.00000 kW 10 mW 100 μA 0.063% + 3 W 0.043% + 1 W 200.0000 kW 100 mW 10 μA 0.065% + 30 W 0.046% + 10 W 2.000000 MW 1 W 1 μA 0.110% + 300 W 0.049% + 100 W 20.00000 MW 10 W 1 μA 0.110% + 1 kW 0.052% + 500 W 200.0000 MW 100 W 100 nA 0.655% + 10 kW 0.349% + 5k W >200.0000 MW8 — User defined Source IACC + Meas. VACC Meas. IACC + Meas. VACC TEMPERATURE COEFFICIENT (0°–18°C and 28°–50°C): ±(0.15 × accuracy specification)/°C. SOURCE CURRENT, MEASURE RESISTANCE MODE: Total uncertainty = Isource accuracy + Vmeasure accuracy (4-wire remote sense). SOURCE VOLTAGE, MEASURE RESISTANCE MODE: Total uncertainty = Vsource accuracy + Imeasure accuracy (4-wire remote sense). GUARD OUTPUT IMPEDANCE: 0.5W (DC) in ohms mode. 6. 6.5 digit measure resolution 7. Source readback enabled. Offset compensation ON. 8. Source Current, Measure Resistance or Source Voltage, Measure Resistance only. ACCESSORIES AVAILABLE TEST LEADS AND PROBES 1754 2-wire Universal 10-Piece Test Lead Kit 5804 Kelvin (4-Wire) Universal 10-Piece Test Lead Kit 5805 Kelvin (4-Wire) Spring-Loaded Probes 5806 Kelvin Clip Lead Set 5808 Low Cost Single-pin Kelvin Probe Set 5809 Low Cost Kelvin Clip Lead Set 8605 High Performance Modular Test Leads 8606 High Performance Modular Probe Kit 8608 High Performance Clip Lead Set CABLES, CONNECTORS, ADAPTERS 237-ALG-2 3-slot Male Triax Connector to 3 Alligator Clips 237-BAN-3A Triax to Banana Plug 2450-TRX-BAN Triax to Banana Adapter. Converts the 4 Triax adapters on the rear panel to 5 banana jacks 7078-TRX-* 3-slot, Low Noise Triax Cable 7078-TRX-GND 3-slot Male Triax To BNC Adapter (guard removed) 8607 2-wire, 1000V Banana Cables, 1m (3.3 ft) CA-18-1 Shielded Dual Banana Cable, 1.2m (4 ft) CAP-31 Protective Shield/Cap for 3-lug Triax Connectors CS-1546 Triax 3-lug Special Shorting Plug. Shorts center pin to outer shield CS-1616-3 Safety Interlock Mating Connector COMMUNICATION INTERFACES & CABLES KPCI-488LPA IEEE-488 Interface for PCI Bus KUSB-488B IEEE-488 USB-to-GPIB Interface Adapter 7007-1 Shielded GPIB Cable, 1m (3.3 ft) 7007-2 Shielded GPIB Cable, 1m (6.6 ft) CA-180-3A CAT5 Crossover Cable for TSP-Link/Ethernet USB-B-1 USB Cable, Type A to Type B, 1m (3.3 ft) TRIGGERING AND CONTROL 2450-TLINK DB-9 to Trigger Link Connector Adapter. 8501-1 Trigger Link Cable, DIN-to-DIN, 1m (3.3 ft) 8501-2 Trigger Link Cable, DIN-to-DIN, 2m (6.6 ft) RACK MOUNT KITS 4299-8 Single Fixed Rack Mount Kit 4299-9 Dual Fixed Rack Mount Kit 4299-10 Dual Fixed Rack Mount Kit. Mount one 2450 and one Series 26xxB 4299-11 Dual Fixed Rack Mount Kit. Mount one 2450 and one Series 2400, Series 2000, etc. 2450-BenchKit Ears and Handle for 2450-NFP-RACK and 2450-RACK models TEST FIXTURES 8101-PIV DC Test Fixture SERVICES AVAILABLE 2450-3Y-EW 1 Year Factory Warranty extended to 3 years from date of shipment 2450-5Y-EW 1 Year Factory Warranty extended to 5 years from date of shipment C/2450-3Y-17025 KeithleyCare® 3 Year ISO 17025 Calibration Plan C/2450-3Y-DATA KeithleyCare 3 Year Calibration w/Data Plan C/2450-3Y-STD KeithleyCare 3 Year Std. Calibration Plan C/2450-5Y-17025 KeithleyCare 5 Year ISO 17025 Calibration Plan C/2450-5Y-DATA KeithleyCare 5 Year Calibration w/Data Plan C/2450-5Y-STD KeithleyCare 5 Year Std. Calibration Plan Model 2450 specifications Model 2450 specifications SMU INSTRUMENTS www.keithley.com 1.888.KEITHLEY (U.S. only) A Greater Measure of Confidence A Tektronix Company OPERATING CHARACTERISTICS MAX. OUTPUT POWER: 20W, four-quadrant source or sink operation. SOURCE LIMITS: Vsource: ±21V (≤ 1A range), ±210V (≤ 100mA range) Isource: ±1.05A (≤ 20V range), ±105mA (≤ 200V range) OVERRANGE: 105% of range, source and measure. REGULATION: Voltage: Line: 0.01% of range. Load: 0.01% of range + 100µV. Current: Line: 0.01% of range. Load: 0.01% of range + 100pA. SOURCE LIMITS: Voltage Source Current Limit: Bipolar current limit set with single value. Min. 10% of range. Current Source Voltage Limit: Bipolar voltage limit set with single value. Min. 10% of range. V-LIMIT / I-LIMIT ACCURACY: Add 0.3% of setting and ±0.02% of reading to base specification. OVERSHOOT: Voltage Source: <0.1% typical (full scale step, resistive load, 20V range, 10mA I-Limit. Current Source: <0.1% typical (1mA step, RLoad = 10kW, 20V range) RANGE CHANGE OVERSHOOT: Overshoot into a fully resistive 100kW load, 10Hz to 20MHz BW, adjacent ranges: 250mV typical OUTPUT SETTLING TIME: Time required to reach 0.1% of final value, 20V range, 100mA I-Limit: <200µs typical. MAXIMUM SLEW RATE: 0.2V/μs, 200V range, 100mA limit into a 2kW load (typical) OVER VOLTAGE PROTECTION: User selectable values, 5% tolerance. Factory default = none. VOLTAGE SOURCE NOISE: 10Hz–1MHz (RMS): 2mV typical into a resistive load. COMMON MODE VOLTAGE: 250V DC. COMMON MODE ISOLATION: >1GW, <1000pF. NOISE REJECTION (TYPICAL): LOAD IMPEDANCE: 20nF typical (standard). Stable into 50μF typical (High-C mode). High-C mode valid for ≥100µA ranges, ≥200mV ranges. MAX. VOLTAGE DROP BETWEEN FORCE and SENSE TERMINALS: 5V. MAX. SENSE LEAD RESISTANCE: 1MW for rated accuracy. SENSE INPUT IMPEDANCE: >10GW. GUARD OFFSET VOLTAGE: <300µV, typical System Measurement Speeds 9 READING RATES (READINGS/SECOND) TYPICAL FOR 60Hz (50Hz): SCRIPT (TSP) Programmed Measure Source-Measure Sweep NPLC/Trigger Origin To Mem. To GPIB To USB To LAN To Mem. To GPIB To USB To LAN 0.01 / Internal 3130 (2800) 2830 (2570) 2825 (2600) 2790 (2530) 1710 (1620) 1620 (1540) 1630 (1540) 1620 (1540) 0.01 / External 2170 (2050) 2150 (2030) 2170 (2040) 2160 (1990) 1670 (1590) 1580 (1500) 1590 (1510) 1580 (1510) 0.1 / Internal 540 (460) 530 (450) 530 (450) 530 (450) 470 (410) 460 (400) 470 (400) 470 (400) 0.1 / External 500 (430) 490 (420) 500 (430) 500 (420) 470 (400) 460 (390) 460 (400) 460 (400) 1.00 / Internal 59 (49) 58 (49) 59 (49) 59 (49) 58 (48) 58 (48) 58 (48) 58 (48) 1.00 / External 58 (48) 57 (48) 58 (48) 58 (48) 57 (48) 57 (47) 57 (48) 57 (48) SCPI Programmed 10 Measure Source-Measure Sweep NPLC/Trigger Origin To Mem. To GPIB To USB To LAN To Mem. To GPIB To USB To LAN 0.01 / Internal 3130 (2800) 3060 (2760) 3000 (2790) 3010 (2710) 1710 (1630) 1610 (1600) 1440 (1380) 1690 (1590) 0.01 / External 2350 (2200) 2320 (2170) 2340 (2190) 2320 (2130) 1680 (1590) 1560 (1570) 1410 (1360) 1660 (1560) 0.1 / Internal 540 (460) 540 (450) 540 (460) 540 (450) 470 (410) 470 (410) 450 (390) 470 (410) 0.1 / External 510 (440) 510 (430) 510 (440) 510 (430) 470 (400) 470 (400) 450 (390) 470 (400) 1.00 / Internal 59 (49) 59 (49) 59 (49) 59 (49) 58 (48) 58 (48) 57 (48) 58 (48) 1.00 / External 58 (49) 58 (49) 58 (49) 58 (49) 58 (48) 58 (48) 57 (47) 58 (48) 9. Reading rates applicable for voltage or current measurements, autozero off, autorange off, filter off, binary reading format, and source readback off. 10. SCPI programming mode. Speeds do not apply to SCPI 2400 mode. 2450 SourceMeter ® SMU Instrument NPLC NMRR CMRR 0.01 — 60 dB 0.1 — 60 dB 1 60 dB 100 dB* * Except lowest two current ranges ~90dB. Model 2450 specifications SMU INSTRUMENTS 2450 SourceMeter ® SMU Instrument GENERAL CHARACTERISTICS (default mode unless specified) FACTORY DEFAULT STANDARD POWER-UP: SCPI MODE. SOURCE OUTPUT MODES: Fixed DC Level, Memory/Configuration List (mixed function), Stair (linear and log). SOURCE MEMORY LIST: 100 points max. (SCPI 2400 Mode only). MEMORY BUFFER: >250,000 readings. Includes selected measured value(s) and time stamp. REAL-TIME CLOCK: Lithium battery backup (3 yr. + battery life). REMOTE INTERFACES: GPIB: IEEE-488.1 compliant. Supports IEEE-488.2 common commands and status model topology. USB Device (rear panel, type B): 2.0 Full Speed USBTMC. USB Host (front panel, type A): USB 2.0, support for flash drives, FAT32. Ethernet: RJ-45 (10/100BT) PROGRAMMABILITY: SCPI or TSP command sets. TSP MODE: Embedded Test Script Processor (TSP) accessible from any host interface. IP CONFIGURATION: Static or DHCP EXPANSION INTERFACE: The TSP-Link expansion interface allows TSP enabled instruments to trigger and communicate with each other. LXI COMPLIANCE: 1.4 LXI Core 2011. DISPLAY: 5 inch capacitive touch, color TFT WVGA (800x480) with LED backlight. INPUT SIGNAL CONNECTIONS: Front: Banana. Rear: Triaxial (3-Lug) INTERLOCK: Active High Input DIGITAL I/O INTERFACE: Lines: 6 Input/Output user defined for digital I/O or triggering Connector: 9-pin female D Input Signal Levels: 0.7 V (maximum logic low), 3.7 V (minimum logic high) Input Voltage Limits: -0.25 V (Abs. minimum), +5.25 V (Abs. maximum) Maximum Source Current: +2.0 mA @ >2.7 V (per pin) Maximum Sink Current: -50 mA @ 0.7 V (per pin, solid-state fuse protected) 5 V Power Supply Pin: Limited to 500 mA @ >4V (solid-state fuse protected) Handler: User definable Start of Test, End of Test, 4 category bits COOLING: Forced air, variable speed. OVER TEMPERATURE PROTECTION: Internally sensed temperature overload puts unit in standby mode. POWER SUPPLY: 100V to 240V RMS, 50–60Hz (automatically detected at power up). VA RATING: 190 volt-amps max. ALTITUDE: Maximum 2000 meters above sea level. EMC: Conforms to European Union EMC Directive. SAFETY: NRTL listed to UL61010-1 and UL61010-2-30. Conforms with European Union Low Voltage Directive. VIBRATION: MIL-PRF-28800F Class 3 Random. WARM-UP: 1 hour to rated accuracies. DIMENSIONS: (With handle and bumpers): 106mm high × 255mm wide × 425mm deep (4.18 in × 10.05 in × 16.75 in). (Without handle and bumpers): 88mm high × 213mm wide × 403mm deep (3.46 in × 8.39 in × 15.87 in). WEIGHT: With bumpers & handle: 4.04 kg (8.9 lbs.). Without bumpers & handle 3.58 kg (7.9 lbs.). ENVIRONMENT: Operating: 0°–50°C, 70% R.H. up to 35°C. Derate 3% R.H./°C, 35°–50°C. Storage: –25°C to 65°C. 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Printed in the U.S.A No. 3219 07.26.13 SN54HC244, SN74HC244 OCTAL BUFFERS AND LINE DRIVERS WITH 3-STATE OUTPUTS SCLS130D – DECEMBER 1982 – REVISED AUGUST 2003 POST OFFICE BOX 655303 • DALLAS, TEXAS 75265 1 􀀀 Wide Operating Voltage Range of 2 V to 6 V 􀀀 High-Current Outputs Drive Up To 15 LSTTL Loads 􀀀 3-State Outputs Drive Bus Lines or Buffer Memory Address Registers 􀀀 Low Power Consumption, 80-μA Max ICC 􀀀 Typical tpd = 11 ns 􀀀 ±6-mA Output Drive at 5 V 􀀀 Low Input Current of 1 μA Max 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 20 19 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 1OE 1A1 2Y4 1A2 2Y3 1A3 2Y2 1A4 2Y1 GND VCC 2OE 1Y1 2A4 1Y2 2A3 1Y3 2A2 1Y4 2A1 SN54HC244 . . . J OR W PACKAGE SN74HC244 . . . DB, DW, N, NS, OR PW PACKAGE (TOP VIEW) 3 2 1 20 19 9 10 11 12 13 4 5 6 7 8 18 17 16 15 14 1Y1 2A4 1Y2 2A3 1Y3 1A2 2Y3 1A3 2Y2 1A4 SN54HC244 . . . FK PACKAGE (TOP VIEW) 2Y4 1A1 1OE 1Y4 2A2 2OE 2Y1 GND 2A1 VCC description/ordering information These octal buffers and line drivers are designed specifically to improve both the performance and density of 3-state memory address drivers, clock drivers, and bus-oriented receivers and transmitters. The ’HC244 devices are organized as two 4-bit buffers/drivers with separate output-enable (OE) inputs. When OE is low, the device passes noninverted data from the A inputs to the Y outputs. When OE is high, the outputs are in the high-impedance state. ORDERING INFORMATION TA PACKAGE† ORDERABLE PART NUMBER TOP-SIDE MARKING PDIP – N Tube of 20 SN74HC244N SN74HC244N –40 C to 85 C SOIC – DW Tube of 25 SN74HC244DW HC244 Reel of 2000 SN74HC244DWR 40°85°SOP – NS Reel of 2000 SN74HC244NSR HC244 SSOP – DB Reel of 2000 SN74HC244DBR HC244 Tube of 70 SN74HC244PW TSSOP – PW Reel of 2000 SN74HC244PWR HC244 Reel of 250 SN74HC244PWT 55 125 CDIP – J Tube of 20 SNJ54HC244J SNJ54HC244J –55°C to 125°C CFP – W Tube of 85 SNJ54HC244W SNJ54HC244W LCCC – FK Tube of 55 SNJ54HC244FK SNJ54HC244FK † Package drawings, standard packing quantities, thermal data, symbolization, and PCB design guidelines are available at www.ti.com/sc/package. Copyright  2003, Texas Instruments Incorporated Please be aware that an important notice concerning availability, standard warranty, and use in critical applications of Texas Instruments semiconductor products and disclaimers thereto appears at the end of this data sheet. PRODUCTION DATA information is current as of publication date. Products conform to specifications per the terms of Texas Instruments standard warranty. Production processing does not necessarily include testing of all parameters. On products compliant to MIL-PRF-38535, all parameters are tested unless otherwise noted. On all other products, production processing does not necessarily include testing of all parameters. SN54HC244, SN74HC244 OCTAL BUFFERS AND LINE DRIVERS WITH 3-STATE OUTPUTS SCLS130D – DECEMBER 1982 – REVISED AUGUST 2003 2 POST OFFICE BOX 655303 • DALLAS, TEXAS 75265 FUNCTION TABLE (each buffer/driver) INPUTS OUTPUT OE A Y L H H L L L H X Z logic diagram (positive logic) 1 2 4 6 8 19 11 13 15 17 3 5 7 9 12 14 16 18 1Y1 2Y1 1Y2 1Y3 1Y4 2Y2 2Y3 2Y4 1OE 2OE 2A1 2A2 2A3 2A4 1A1 1A2 1A3 1A4 absolute maximum ratings over operating free-air temperature range (unless otherwise noted)† Supply voltage range, VCC . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . –0.5 V to 7 V Input clamp current, IIK (VI < 0 or VI > VCC) (see Note 1) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ±20 mA Output clamp current, IOK (VO < 0 or VO > VCC) (see Note 1) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ±20 mA Continuous output current, IO (VO = 0 to VCC) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ±35 mA Continuous current through VCC or GND . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ±70 mA Package thermal impedance, θJA (see Note 2): DB package . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 70°C/W DW package . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 58°C/W N package . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 69°C/W NS package . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 60°C/W PW package . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 83°C/W Storage temperature range, Tstg . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . –65°C to 150°C † Stresses beyond those listed under “absolute maximum ratings” may cause permanent damage to the device. These are stress ratings only, and functional operation of the device at these or any other conditions beyond those indicated under “recommended operating conditions” is not implied. Exposure to absolute-maximum-rated conditions for extended periods may affect device reliability. NOTES: 1. The input and output voltage ratings may be exceeded if the input and output current ratings are observed. 2. The package thermal impedance is calculated in accordance with JESD 51-7. SN54HC244, SN74HC244 OCTAL BUFFERS AND LINE DRIVERS WITH 3-STATE OUTPUTS SCLS130D – DECEMBER 1982 – REVISED AUGUST 2003 POST OFFICE BOX 655303 • DALLAS, TEXAS 75265 3 recommended operating conditions (see Note 3) SN54HC244 SN74HC244 UNIT MIN NOM MAX MIN NOM MAX VCC Supply voltage 2 5 6 2 5 6 V V VCC = 2 V 1.5 1.5 VIH High-level input voltage VCC = 4.5 V 3.15 3.15 V VCC = 6 V 4.2 4.2 V Low-level input voltage VCC = 2 V 0.5 0.5 VIL VCC = 4.5 V 1.35 1.35 V VCC = 6 V 1.8 1.8 VI Input voltage 0 VCC 0 VCC V VO Output voltage 0 VCC 0 VCC V t/ v VCC = 2 V 1000 1000 Δt/Δv Input transition rise/fall time VCC = 4.5 V 500 500 ns VCC = 6 V 400 400 TA Operating free-air temperature –55 125 –40 85 °C NOTE 3: All unused inputs of the device must be held at VCC or GND to ensure proper device operation. Refer to the TI application report, Implications of Slow or Floating CMOS Inputs, literature number SCBA004. electrical characteristics over recommended operating free-air temperature range (unless otherwise noted) PARAMETER TEST CONDITIONS VCC TA = 25°C SN54HC244 SN74HC244 UNIT MIN TYP MAX MIN MAX MIN MAX V V = V or V I = –20 A 2 V 1.9 1.998 1.9 1.9 V IOH μA 4.5 V 4.4 4.499 4.4 4.4 VOH VI VIH VIL OH OH I IH IL 6 V 5.9 5.999 5.9 5.9 IOH = –6 mA 4.5 V 3.98 4.3 3.7 3.84 IOH = –7.8 mA 6 V 5.48 5.8 5.2 5.34 V V = V or V I = 20 A 2 V 0.002 0.1 0.1 0.1 V IOL μA 4.5 V 0.001 0.1 0.1 0.1 VOL VI VIH VIL OL OL I IH IL 6 V 0.001 0.1 0.1 0.1 IOL = 6 mA 4.5 V 0.17 0.26 0.4 0.33 IOL = 7.8 mA 6 V 0.15 0.26 0.4 0.33 II VI = VCC or 0 6 V ±0.1 ±100 ±1000 ±1000 nA IOZ VO = VCC or 0, VI = VIH or VIL 6 V ±0.01 ±0.5 ±10 ±5 μA ICC VI = VCC or 0, IO = 0 6 V 8 160 80 μA Ci 2 V to 6 V 3 10 10 10 pF SN54HC244, SN74HC244 OCTAL BUFFERS AND LINE DRIVERS WITH 3-STATE OUTPUTS SCLS130D – DECEMBER 1982 – REVISED AUGUST 2003 4 POST OFFICE BOX 655303 • DALLAS, TEXAS 75265 switching characteristics over recommended operating free-air temperature range, CL = 50 pF (unless otherwise noted) (see Figure 1) PARAMETER FROM TO VCC TA = 25°C SN54HC244 SN74HC244 UNIT (INPUT) (OUTPUT) MIN TYP MAX MIN MAX MIN MAX t 2 V 40 115 170 145 tpd A Y 4.5 V 13 23 34 29 ns 6 V 11 20 29 25 t 2 V 75 150 225 190 ten OE Y 4.5 V 15 30 45 38 ns 6 V 13 26 38 32 t 2 V 75 150 225 190 tdis OE Y 4.5 V 15 30 45 38 ns 6 V 13 26 38 32 t 2 V 28 60 90 75 tt Y 4.5 V 8 12 18 15 ns 6 V 6 10 15 13 switching characteristics over recommended operating free-air temperature range, CL = 150 pF (unless otherwise noted) (see Figure 1) PARAMETER FROM TO VCC TA = 25°C SN54HC244 SN74HC244 UNIT (INPUT) (OUTPUT) MIN TYP MAX MIN MAX MIN MAX t 2 V 56 165 245 210 tpd A Y 4.5 V 18 33 49 42 ns 6 V 15 28 42 35 t 2 V 100 200 300 250 ten OE Y 4.5 V 20 40 60 50 ns 6 V 17 34 51 43 t Y 2 V 45 210 315 265 tt 4.5 V 17 42 63 53 ns 6 V 13 36 53 45 operating characteristics, TA = 25°C PARAMETER TEST CONDITIONS TYP UNIT Cpd Power dissipation capacitance per buffer/driver No load 35 pF SN54HC244, SN74HC244 OCTAL BUFFERS AND LINE DRIVERS WITH 3-STATE OUTPUTS SCLS130D – DECEMBER 1982 – REVISED AUGUST 2003 POST OFFICE BOX 655303 • DALLAS, TEXAS 75265 5 PARAMETER MEASUREMENT INFORMATION VOLTAGE WAVEFORM INPUT RISE AND FALL TIMES 50% 50% 10% 10% 90% 90% VCC 0 V tr tf Input VOLTAGE WAVEFORMS PROPAGATION DELAY AND OUTPUT TRANSITION TIMES 50% 50% 50% 10% 10% 90% 90% VCC VOH VOL 0 V tr tf Input In-Phase Output 50% tPLH tPHL 50% 50% 10% 10% 90% 90% VOH VOL tf tr tPHL tPLH Out-of-Phase Output 50% 10% 90% VCC ≈VCC VOL 0 V Output Control (Low-Level Enabling) Output Waveform 1 (See Note B) 50% tPZL tPLZ VOLTAGE WAVEFORMS ENABLE AND DISABLE TIMES FOR 3-STATE OUTPUTS VOH ≈0 V 50% 50% tPZH tPHZ Output Waveform 2 (See Note B) ≈VCC Test From Output Point Under Test CL (see Note A) RL VCC S1 S2 LOAD CIRCUIT PARAMETER CL tPZH tpd or tt tdis ten tPZL tPHZ tPLZ 1 kΩ 1 kΩ 50 pF or 150 pF 50 pF Open Closed RL S1 Closed Open S2 Open Closed Closed Open 50 pF or 150 pF –– Open Open NOTES: A. CL includes probe and test-fixture capacitance. B. Waveform 1 is for an output with internal conditions such that the output is low except when disabled by the output control. Waveform 2 is for an output with internal conditions such that the output is high except when disabled by the output control. C. Phase relationships between waveforms were chosen arbitrarily. All input pulses are supplied by generators having the following characteristics: PRR ≤ 1 MHz, ZO = 50 Ω, tr = 6 ns, tf = 6 ns. D. The outputs are measured one at a time with one input transition per measurement. E. tPLZ and tPHZ are the same as tdis. F. tPZL and tPZH are the same as ten. G. tPLH and tPHL are the same as tpd. Figure 1. Load Circuit and Voltage Waveforms PACKAGE OPTION ADDENDUM www.ti.com 22-Feb-2014 Addendum-Page 1 PACKAGING INFORMATION Orderable Device Status (1) Package Type Package Drawing Pins Package Qty Eco Plan (2) Lead/Ball Finish (6) MSL Peak Temp (3) Op Temp (°C) Device Marking (4/5) Samples 5962-8409601VRA ACTIVE CDIP J 20 1 TBD A42 N / A for Pkg Type -55 to 125 5962-8409601VR A SNV54HC244J 5962-8409601VSA ACTIVE CFP W 20 25 TBD A42 N / A for Pkg Type -55 to 125 5962-8409601VS A SNV54HC244W 84096012A ACTIVE LCCC FK 20 1 TBD POST-PLATE N / A for Pkg Type -55 to 125 84096012A SNJ54HC 244FK 8409601RA ACTIVE CDIP J 20 1 TBD A42 N / A for Pkg Type -55 to 125 8409601RA SNJ54HC244J 8409601SA ACTIVE CFP W 20 1 TBD A42 N / A for Pkg Type -55 to 125 8409601SA SNJ54HC244W JM38510/65705B2A ACTIVE LCCC FK 20 1 TBD POST-PLATE N / A for Pkg Type -55 to 125 JM38510/ 65705B2A JM38510/65705BRA ACTIVE CDIP J 20 1 TBD A42 N / A for Pkg Type -55 to 125 JM38510/ 65705BRA JM38510/65705BSA ACTIVE CFP W 20 1 TBD A42 N / A for Pkg Type -55 to 125 JM38510/ 65705BSA M38510/65705B2A ACTIVE LCCC FK 20 1 TBD POST-PLATE N / A for Pkg Type -55 to 125 JM38510/ 65705B2A M38510/65705BRA ACTIVE CDIP J 20 1 TBD A42 N / A for Pkg Type -55 to 125 JM38510/ 65705BRA M38510/65705BSA ACTIVE CFP W 20 1 TBD A42 N / A for Pkg Type -55 to 125 JM38510/ 65705BSA SN54HC244J ACTIVE CDIP J 20 1 TBD A42 N / A for Pkg Type -55 to 125 SN54HC244J SN74HC244ADBLE OBSOLETE SSOP DB 20 TBD Call TI Call TI -40 to 85 SN74HC244APWLE OBSOLETE TSSOP PW 20 TBD Call TI Call TI -40 to 85 SN74HC244DBLE OBSOLETE SSOP DB 20 TBD Call TI Call TI -40 to 85 SN74HC244DBR ACTIVE SSOP DB 20 2000 Green (RoHS & no Sb/Br) CU NIPDAU Level-1-260C-UNLIM -40 to 85 HC244 SN74HC244DBRE4 ACTIVE SSOP DB 20 2000 Green (RoHS & no Sb/Br) CU NIPDAU Level-1-260C-UNLIM -40 to 85 HC244 PACKAGE OPTION ADDENDUM www.ti.com 22-Feb-2014 Addendum-Page 2 Orderable Device Status (1) Package Type Package Drawing Pins Package Qty Eco Plan (2) Lead/Ball Finish (6) MSL Peak Temp (3) Op Temp (°C) Device Marking (4/5) Samples SN74HC244DBRG4 ACTIVE SSOP DB 20 2000 Green (RoHS & no Sb/Br) CU NIPDAU Level-1-260C-UNLIM -40 to 85 HC244 SN74HC244DW ACTIVE SOIC DW 20 25 Green (RoHS & no Sb/Br) CU NIPDAU Level-1-260C-UNLIM -40 to 85 HC244 SN74HC244DWE4 ACTIVE SOIC DW 20 25 Green (RoHS & no Sb/Br) CU NIPDAU Level-1-260C-UNLIM -40 to 85 HC244 SN74HC244DWG4 ACTIVE SOIC DW 20 25 Green (RoHS & no Sb/Br) CU NIPDAU Level-1-260C-UNLIM -40 to 85 HC244 SN74HC244DWR ACTIVE SOIC DW 20 2000 Green (RoHS & no Sb/Br) CU NIPDAU | CU SN Level-1-260C-UNLIM -40 to 85 HC244 SN74HC244DWRE4 ACTIVE SOIC DW 20 2000 Green (RoHS & no Sb/Br) CU NIPDAU Level-1-260C-UNLIM -40 to 85 HC244 SN74HC244DWRG4 ACTIVE SOIC DW 20 2000 Green (RoHS & no Sb/Br) CU NIPDAU Level-1-260C-UNLIM -40 to 85 HC244 SN74HC244N ACTIVE PDIP N 20 20 Pb-Free (RoHS) CU NIPDAU N / A for Pkg Type -40 to 85 SN74HC244N SN74HC244N3 OBSOLETE PDIP N 20 TBD Call TI Call TI -40 to 85 SN74HC244NE4 ACTIVE PDIP N 20 20 Pb-Free (RoHS) CU NIPDAU N / A for Pkg Type -40 to 85 SN74HC244N SN74HC244NSR ACTIVE SO NS 20 2000 Green (RoHS & no Sb/Br) CU NIPDAU Level-1-260C-UNLIM -40 to 85 HC244 SN74HC244NSRE4 ACTIVE SO NS 20 2000 Green (RoHS & no Sb/Br) CU NIPDAU Level-1-260C-UNLIM -40 to 85 HC244 SN74HC244NSRG4 ACTIVE SO NS 20 2000 Green (RoHS & no Sb/Br) CU NIPDAU Level-1-260C-UNLIM -40 to 85 HC244 SN74HC244PW ACTIVE TSSOP PW 20 70 Green (RoHS & no Sb/Br) CU NIPDAU Level-1-260C-UNLIM -40 to 85 HC244 SN74HC244PWE4 ACTIVE TSSOP PW 20 70 Green (RoHS & no Sb/Br) CU NIPDAU Level-1-260C-UNLIM -40 to 85 HC244 SN74HC244PWG4 ACTIVE TSSOP PW 20 70 Green (RoHS & no Sb/Br) CU NIPDAU Level-1-260C-UNLIM -40 to 85 HC244 SN74HC244PWLE OBSOLETE TSSOP PW 20 TBD Call TI Call TI -40 to 85 SN74HC244PWR ACTIVE TSSOP PW 20 2000 Green (RoHS & no Sb/Br) CU NIPDAU Level-1-260C-UNLIM -40 to 85 HC244 SN74HC244PWRE4 ACTIVE TSSOP PW 20 2000 Green (RoHS & no Sb/Br) CU NIPDAU Level-1-260C-UNLIM -40 to 85 HC244 PACKAGE OPTION ADDENDUM www.ti.com 22-Feb-2014 Addendum-Page 3 Orderable Device Status (1) Package Type Package Drawing Pins Package Qty Eco Plan (2) Lead/Ball Finish (6) MSL Peak Temp (3) Op Temp (°C) Device Marking (4/5) Samples SN74HC244PWRG4 ACTIVE TSSOP PW 20 2000 Green (RoHS & no Sb/Br) CU NIPDAU Level-1-260C-UNLIM -40 to 85 HC244 SN74HC244PWT ACTIVE TSSOP PW 20 250 Green (RoHS & no Sb/Br) CU NIPDAU Level-1-260C-UNLIM -40 to 85 HC244 SN74HC244PWTE4 ACTIVE TSSOP PW 20 250 Green (RoHS & no Sb/Br) CU NIPDAU Level-1-260C-UNLIM -40 to 85 HC244 SN74HC244PWTG4 ACTIVE TSSOP PW 20 250 Green (RoHS & no Sb/Br) CU NIPDAU Level-1-260C-UNLIM -40 to 85 HC244 SN74HC244QDWRG4Q1 ACTIVE SOIC DW 20 2000 Green (RoHS & no Sb/Br) CU NIPDAU Level-1-260C-UNLIM HC244Q SNJ54HC244FK ACTIVE LCCC FK 20 1 TBD POST-PLATE N / A for Pkg Type -55 to 125 84096012A SNJ54HC 244FK SNJ54HC244J ACTIVE CDIP J 20 1 TBD A42 N / A for Pkg Type -55 to 125 8409601RA SNJ54HC244J SNJ54HC244W ACTIVE CFP W 20 1 TBD A42 N / A for Pkg Type -55 to 125 8409601SA SNJ54HC244W (1) The marketing status values are defined as follows: ACTIVE: Product device recommended for new designs. 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OTHER QUALIFIED VERSIONS OF SN54HC244, SN54HC244-SP, SN74HC244 : • Catalog: SN74HC244, SN54HC244 • Automotive: SN74HC244-Q1, SN74HC244-Q1 • Enhanced Product: SN74HC244-EP, SN74HC244-EP • Military: SN54HC244 • Space: SN54HC244-SP NOTE: Qualified Version Definitions: • Catalog - TI's standard catalog product • Automotive - Q100 devices qualified for high-reliability automotive applications targeting zero defects • Enhanced Product - Supports Defense, Aerospace and Medical Applications • Military - QML certified for Military and Defense Applications • Space - Radiation tolerant, ceramic packaging and qualified for use in Space-based application TAPE AND REEL INFORMATION *All dimensions are nominal Device Package Type Package Drawing Pins SPQ Reel Diameter (mm) Reel Width W1 (mm) A0 (mm) B0 (mm) K0 (mm) P1 (mm) W (mm) Pin1 Quadrant SN74HC244DBR SSOP DB 20 2000 330.0 16.4 8.2 7.5 2.5 12.0 16.0 Q1 SN74HC244DWR SOIC DW 20 2000 330.0 24.4 10.8 13.3 2.7 12.0 24.0 Q1 SN74HC244DWRG4 SOIC DW 20 2000 330.0 24.4 10.8 13.3 2.7 12.0 24.0 Q1 SN74HC244NSR SO NS 20 2000 330.0 24.4 8.2 13.0 2.5 12.0 24.0 Q1 SN74HC244PWR TSSOP PW 20 2000 330.0 16.4 6.95 7.1 1.6 8.0 16.0 Q1 SN74HC244PWT TSSOP PW 20 250 330.0 16.4 6.95 7.1 1.6 8.0 16.0 Q1 SN74HC244QDWRG4Q1 SOIC DW 20 2000 330.0 24.4 10.8 13.3 2.7 12.0 24.0 Q1 PACKAGE MATERIALS INFORMATION www.ti.com 20-Dec-2013 Pack Materials-Page 1 *All dimensions are nominal Device Package Type Package Drawing Pins SPQ Length (mm) Width (mm) Height (mm) SN74HC244DBR SSOP DB 20 2000 367.0 367.0 38.0 SN74HC244DWR SOIC DW 20 2000 600.0 144.0 84.0 SN74HC244DWRG4 SOIC DW 20 2000 367.0 367.0 45.0 SN74HC244NSR SO NS 20 2000 367.0 367.0 45.0 SN74HC244PWR TSSOP PW 20 2000 367.0 367.0 38.0 SN74HC244PWT TSSOP PW 20 250 367.0 367.0 38.0 SN74HC244QDWRG4Q1 SOIC DW 20 2000 367.0 367.0 45.0 PACKAGE MATERIALS INFORMATION www.ti.com 20-Dec-2013 Pack Materials-Page 2 MECHANICAL DATA MSSO002E – JANUARY 1995 – REVISED DECEMBER 2001 POST OFFICE BOX 655303 • DALLAS, TEXAS 75265 DB (R-PDSO-G**) PLASTIC SMALL-OUTLINE 4040065 /E 12/01 28 PINS SHOWN Gage Plane 8,20 7,40 0,55 0,95 0,25 38 12,90 12,30 28 10,50 24 8,50 Seating Plane 7,90 9,90 30 10,50 9,90 0,38 5,60 5,00 15 0,22 14 A 28 1 16 20 6,50 6,50 14 0,05 MIN 5,90 5,90 DIM A MAX A MIN PINS ** 2,00 MAX 6,90 7,50 0,65 0,15 M 0°–8° 0,10 0,09 0,25 NOTES: A. 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Each receiver converts TIA/EIA-232-F inputs to 5-V TTL/CMOS levels. These receivers have a typical threshold of 1.3 V, a typical hysteresis of 0.5 V, and can accept ±30-V inputs. Each driver converts TTL/CMOS input levels into TIA/EIA-232-F levels. The driver, receiver, and voltage-generator functions are available as cells in the Texas Instruments LinASIC library. ORDERING INFORMATION TA PACKAGE† ORDERABLE PART NUMBER TOP-SIDE MARKING PDIP (N) Tube of 25 MAX232N MAX232N SOIC (D) Tube of 40 MAX232D MAX232 0°C to 70°C Reel of 2500 MAX232DR SOIC (DW) Tube of 40 MAX232DW MAX232 Reel of 2000 MAX232DWR SOP (NS) Reel of 2000 MAX232NSR MAX232 PDIP (N) Tube of 25 MAX232IN MAX232IN SOIC (D) Tube of 40 MAX232ID MAX232I −40°C to 85°C Reel of 2500 MAX232IDR 40 85 SOIC (DW) Tube of 40 MAX232IDW MAX232I Reel of 2000 MAX232IDWR † Package drawings, standard packing quantities, thermal data, symbolization, and PCB design guidelines are available at www.ti.com/sc/package.      !"#   $"%&! '#( Copyright  2004, Texas Instruments Incorporated '"! !  $#!! $# )# #  #* "# '' +,( '"! $!#- '#  #!#&, !&"'# #-  && $##(  Please be aware that an important notice concerning availability, standard warranty, and use in critical applications of Texas Instruments semiconductor products and disclaimers thereto appears at the end of this data sheet. LinASIC is a trademark of Texas Instruments. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 9 C1+ VS+ C1− C2+ C2− VS− T2OUT R2IN VCC GND T1OUT R1IN R1OUT T1IN T2IN R2OUT MAX232 . . . D, DW, N, OR NS PACKAGE MAX232I . . . D, DW, OR N PACKAGE (TOP VIEW)              SLLS047L − FEBRUARY 1989 − REVISED MARCH 2004 2 POST OFFICE BOX 655303 • DALLAS, TEXAS 75265 Function Tables EACH DRIVER INPUT TIN OUTPUT TOUT L H H L H = high level, L = low level EACH RECEIVER INPUT RIN OUTPUT ROUT L H H L H = high level, L = low level logic diagram (positive logic) T1IN T1OUT R1OUT R1IN T2IN T2OUT R2OUT R2IN 11 10 12 9 14 7 13 8              SLLS047L − FEBRUARY 1989 − REVISED MARCH 2004 POST OFFICE BOX 655303 • DALLAS, TEXAS 75265 3 absolute maximum ratings over operating free-air temperature range (unless otherwise noted)† Input supply voltage range, VCC (see Note 1) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . −0.3 V to 6 V Positive output supply voltage range, VS+ . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . VCC − 0.3 V to 15 V Negative output supply voltage range, VS− . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . −0.3 V to −15 V Input voltage range, VI: Driver . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . −0.3 V to VCC + 0.3 V Receiver . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ±30 V Output voltage range, VO: T1OUT, T2OUT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . VS− − 0.3 V to VS+ + 0.3 V R1OUT, R2OUT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . −0.3 V to VCC + 0.3 V Short-circuit duration: T1OUT, T2OUT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Unlimited Package thermal impedance, θJA (see Notes 2 and 3): D package . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 73°C/W DW package . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 57°C/W N package . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 67°C/W NS package . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 64°C/W Operating virtual junction temperature, TJ . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 150°C Storage temperature range, Tstg . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . −65°C to 150°C † Stresses beyond those listed under “absolute maximum ratings” may cause permanent damage to the device. These are stress ratings only, and functional operation of the device at these or any other conditions beyond those indicated under “recommended operating conditions” is not implied. Exposure to absolute-maximum-rated conditions for extended periods may affect device reliability. NOTES: 1. All voltages are with respect to network GND. 2. Maximum power dissipation is a function of TJ(max), θJA, and TA. The maximum allowable power dissipation at any allowable ambient temperature is PD = (TJ(max) − TA)/θJA. Operating at the absolute maximum TJ of 150°C can affect reliability. 3. The package thermal impedance is calculated in accordance with JESD 51-7. recommended operating conditions MIN NOM MAX UNIT VCC Supply voltage 4.5 5 5.5 V VIH High-level input voltage (T1IN,T2IN) 2 V VIL Low-level input voltage (T1IN, T2IN) 0.8 V R1IN, R2IN Receiver input voltage ±30 V TA Operating free-air temperature MAX232 0 70 °C MAX232I −40 85 electrical characteristics over recommended ranges of supply voltage and operating free-air temperature (unless otherwise noted) (see Note 4 and Figure 4) PARAMETER TEST CONDITIONS MIN TYP‡ MAX UNIT ICC Supply current VCC = 5.5 V, TA = 25°C All outputs open, 8 10 mA ‡ All typical values are at VCC = 5 V and TA = 25°C. NOTE 4: Test conditions are C1−C4 = 1 μF at VCC = 5 V ± 0.5 V.              SLLS047L − FEBRUARY 1989 − REVISED MARCH 2004 4 POST OFFICE BOX 655303 • DALLAS, TEXAS 75265 DRIVER SECTION electrical characteristics over recommended ranges of supply voltage and operating free-air temperature range (see Note 4) PARAMETER TEST CONDITIONS MIN TYP† MAX UNIT VOH High-level output voltage T1OUT, T2OUT RL = 3 kΩ to GND 5 7 V VOL Low-level output voltage‡ T1OUT, T2OUT RL = 3 kΩ to GND −7 −5 V ro Output resistance T1OUT, T2OUT VS+ = VS− = 0, VO = ±2 V 300 Ω IOS§ Short-circuit output current T1OUT, T2OUT VCC = 5.5 V, VO = 0 ±10 mA IIS Short-circuit input current T1IN, T2IN VI = 0 200 μA † All typical values are at VCC = 5 V, TA = 25°C. ‡ The algebraic convention, in which the least-positive (most negative) value is designated minimum, is used in this data sheet for logic voltage levels only. § Not more than one output should be shorted at a time. NOTE 4: Test conditions are C1−C4 = 1 μF at VCC = 5 V ± 0.5 V. switching characteristics, VCC = 5 V, TA = 25°C (see Note 4) PARAMETER TEST CONDITIONS MIN TYP MAX UNIT SR Driver slew rate RL = 3 kΩ to 7 kΩ, See Figure 2 30 V/μs SR(t) Driver transition region slew rate See Figure 3 3 V/μs Data rate One TOUT switching 120 kbit/s NOTE 4: Test conditions are C1−C4 = 1 μF at VCC = 5 V ± 0.5 V. RECEIVER SECTION electrical characteristics over recommended ranges of supply voltage and operating free-air temperature range (see Note 4) PARAMETER TEST CONDITIONS MIN TYP† MAX UNIT VOH High-level output voltage R1OUT, R2OUT IOH = −1 mA 3.5 V VOL Low-level output voltage‡ R1OUT, R2OUT IOL = 3.2 mA 0.4 V VIT+ Receiver positive-going input threshold voltage R1IN, R2IN VCC = 5 V, TA = 25°C 1.7 2.4 V VIT− Receiver negative-going input threshold voltage R1IN, R2IN VCC = 5 V, TA = 25°C 0.8 1.2 V Vhys Input hysteresis voltage R1IN, R2IN VCC = 5 V 0.2 0.5 1 V ri Receiver input resistance R1IN, R2IN VCC = 5, TA = 25°C 3 5 7 kΩ † All typical values are at VCC = 5 V, TA = 25°C. ‡ The algebraic convention, in which the least-positive (most negative) value is designated minimum, is used in this data sheet for logic voltage levels only. NOTE 4: Test conditions are C1−C4 = 1 μF at VCC = 5 V ± 0.5 V. switching characteristics, VCC = 5 V, TA = 25°C (see Note 4 and Figure 1) PARAMETER TYP UNIT tPLH(R) Receiver propagation delay time, low- to high-level output 500 ns tPHL(R) Receiver propagation delay time, high- to low-level output 500 ns NOTE 4: Test conditions are C1−C4 = 1 μF at VCC = 5 V ± 0.5 V.              SLLS047L − FEBRUARY 1989 − REVISED MARCH 2004 POST OFFICE BOX 655303 • DALLAS, TEXAS 75265 5 PARAMETER MEASUREMENT INFORMATION ≤10 ns VCC R1IN or R2IN R1OUT or R2OUT RL = 1.3 kΩ See Note C CL = 50 pF (see Note B) TEST CIRCUIT ≤10 ns Input Output tPHL tPLH 1.5 V VOL VOH 0 V 3 V 10% 90% 50% 500 ns WAVEFORMS 1.5 V 90% 50% 10% NOTES: A. The pulse generator has the following characteristics: ZO = 50 Ω, duty cycle ≤ 50%. B. CL includes probe and jig capacitance. C. All diodes are 1N3064 or equivalent. Pulse Generator (see Note A) Figure 1. Receiver Test Circuit and Waveforms for tPHL and tPLH Measurements              SLLS047L − FEBRUARY 1989 − REVISED MARCH 2004 6 POST OFFICE BOX 655303 • DALLAS, TEXAS 75265 PARAMETER MEASUREMENT INFORMATION T1IN or T2IN T1OUT or T2OUT CL = 10 pF (see Note B) TEST CIRCUIT ≤10 ns ≤10 ns Input Output tPHL tPLH VOL VOH 0 V 3 V 10% 90% 50% 5 μs WAVEFORMS 90% 50% 10% RL 90% 10% 90% 10% t tTLH THL SR  0.8 (VOH – VOL) tTLH or 0.8 (VOL – VOH) tTHL NOTES: A. The pulse generator has the following characteristics: ZO = 50 Ω, duty cycle ≤ 50%. B. CL includes probe and jig capacitance. Pulse Generator (see Note A) EIA-232 Output Figure 2. Driver Test Circuit and Waveforms for tPHL and tPLH Measurements (5-μs Input) EIA-232 Output −3 V 3 V −3 V 3 V 3 kΩ 1.5 V 10% 90% WAVEFORMS 20 μs 1.5 V 90% 10% VOH VOL t tTLH THL ≤10 ns ≤10 ns TEST CIRCUIT CL = 2.5 nF Pulse Generator (see Note A) Input Output SR  6 V tTHL or tTLH NOTE A: The pulse generator has the following characteristics: ZO = 50 Ω, duty cycle ≤ 50%. Figure 3. Test Circuit and Waveforms for tTHL and tTLH Measurements (20-μs Input)              SLLS047L − FEBRUARY 1989 − REVISED MARCH 2004 POST OFFICE BOX 655303 • DALLAS, TEXAS 75265 7 APPLICATION INFORMATION 1 μF 1 μF VS+ VS− 2 6 14 7 13 8 C1+ C1− C2+ C2− 1 3 4 5 11 10 12 9 GND 15 0 V VCC 16 5 V EIA-232 Output EIA-232 Output EIA-232 Input EIA-232 Input 1 μF 8.5 V −8.5 V 1 μF From CMOS or TTL To CMOS or TTL CBYPASS = 1 μF C1 C2 C3† C4 † C3 can be connected to VCC or GND. NOTES: A. Resistor values shown are nominal. B. Nonpolarized ceramic capacitors are acceptable. If polarized tantalum or electrolytic capacitors are used, they should be connected as shown. In addition to the 1-μF capacitors shown, the MAX202 can operate with 0.1-μF capacitors. + + − Figure 4. Typical Operating Circuit PACKAGE OPTION ADDENDUM www.ti.com 18-Oct-2013 Addendum-Page 1 PACKAGING INFORMATION Orderable Device Status (1) Package Type Package Drawing Pins Package Qty Eco Plan (2) Lead/Ball Finish (6) MSL Peak Temp (3) Op Temp (°C) Device Marking (4/5) Samples MAX232D ACTIVE SOIC D 16 40 Green (RoHS & no Sb/Br) CU NIPDAU Level-1-260C-UNLIM 0 to 70 MAX232 MAX232DE4 ACTIVE SOIC D 16 40 Green (RoHS & no Sb/Br) CU NIPDAU Level-1-260C-UNLIM 0 to 70 MAX232 MAX232DG4 ACTIVE SOIC D 16 40 Green (RoHS & no Sb/Br) CU NIPDAU Level-1-260C-UNLIM 0 to 70 MAX232 MAX232DR ACTIVE SOIC D 16 2500 Green (RoHS & no Sb/Br) CU NIPDAU | CU SN Level-1-260C-UNLIM 0 to 70 MAX232 MAX232DRE4 ACTIVE SOIC D 16 2500 Green (RoHS & no Sb/Br) CU NIPDAU Level-1-260C-UNLIM 0 to 70 MAX232 MAX232DRG4 ACTIVE SOIC D 16 2500 Green (RoHS & no Sb/Br) CU NIPDAU Level-1-260C-UNLIM 0 to 70 MAX232 MAX232DW ACTIVE SOIC DW 16 40 Green (RoHS & no Sb/Br) CU NIPDAU Level-1-260C-UNLIM 0 to 70 MAX232 MAX232DWE4 ACTIVE SOIC DW 16 40 Green (RoHS & no Sb/Br) CU NIPDAU Level-1-260C-UNLIM 0 to 70 MAX232 MAX232DWG4 ACTIVE SOIC DW 16 40 Green (RoHS & no Sb/Br) CU NIPDAU Level-1-260C-UNLIM 0 to 70 MAX232 MAX232DWR ACTIVE SOIC DW 16 2000 Green (RoHS & no Sb/Br) CU NIPDAU | CU SN Level-1-260C-UNLIM 0 to 70 MAX232 MAX232DWRE4 ACTIVE SOIC DW 16 2000 Green (RoHS & no Sb/Br) CU NIPDAU Level-1-260C-UNLIM 0 to 70 MAX232 MAX232DWRG4 ACTIVE SOIC DW 16 2000 Green (RoHS & no Sb/Br) CU NIPDAU Level-1-260C-UNLIM 0 to 70 MAX232 MAX232ID ACTIVE SOIC D 16 40 Green (RoHS & no Sb/Br) CU NIPDAU Level-1-260C-UNLIM -40 to 85 MAX232I MAX232IDE4 ACTIVE SOIC D 16 40 Green (RoHS & no Sb/Br) CU NIPDAU Level-1-260C-UNLIM -40 to 85 MAX232I MAX232IDG4 ACTIVE SOIC D 16 40 Green (RoHS & no Sb/Br) CU NIPDAU Level-1-260C-UNLIM -40 to 85 MAX232I MAX232IDR ACTIVE SOIC D 16 2500 Green (RoHS & no Sb/Br) CU NIPDAU Level-1-260C-UNLIM -40 to 85 MAX232I MAX232IDRE4 ACTIVE SOIC D 16 2500 Green (RoHS & no Sb/Br) CU NIPDAU Level-1-260C-UNLIM -40 to 85 MAX232I PACKAGE OPTION ADDENDUM www.ti.com 18-Oct-2013 Addendum-Page 2 Orderable Device Status (1) Package Type Package Drawing Pins Package Qty Eco Plan (2) Lead/Ball Finish (6) MSL Peak Temp (3) Op Temp (°C) Device Marking (4/5) Samples MAX232IDRG4 ACTIVE SOIC D 16 2500 Green (RoHS & no Sb/Br) CU NIPDAU Level-1-260C-UNLIM -40 to 85 MAX232I MAX232IDW ACTIVE SOIC DW 16 40 Green (RoHS & no Sb/Br) CU NIPDAU Level-1-260C-UNLIM -40 to 85 MAX232I MAX232IDWE4 ACTIVE SOIC DW 16 40 Green (RoHS & no Sb/Br) CU NIPDAU Level-1-260C-UNLIM -40 to 85 MAX232I MAX232IDWG4 ACTIVE SOIC DW 16 40 Green (RoHS & no Sb/Br) CU NIPDAU Level-1-260C-UNLIM -40 to 85 MAX232I MAX232IDWR ACTIVE SOIC DW 16 2000 Green (RoHS & no Sb/Br) CU NIPDAU | CU SN Level-1-260C-UNLIM -40 to 85 MAX232I MAX232IDWRE4 ACTIVE SOIC DW 16 2000 Green (RoHS & no Sb/Br) CU NIPDAU Level-1-260C-UNLIM -40 to 85 MAX232I MAX232IDWRG4 ACTIVE SOIC DW 16 2000 Green (RoHS & no Sb/Br) CU NIPDAU Level-1-260C-UNLIM -40 to 85 MAX232I MAX232IN ACTIVE PDIP N 16 25 Pb-Free (RoHS) CU NIPDAU N / A for Pkg Type -40 to 85 MAX232IN MAX232INE4 ACTIVE PDIP N 16 25 Pb-Free (RoHS) CU NIPDAU N / A for Pkg Type -40 to 85 MAX232IN MAX232N ACTIVE PDIP N 16 25 Pb-Free (RoHS) CU NIPDAU N / A for Pkg Type 0 to 70 MAX232N MAX232NE4 ACTIVE PDIP N 16 25 Pb-Free (RoHS) CU NIPDAU N / A for Pkg Type 0 to 70 MAX232N MAX232NSR ACTIVE SO NS 16 2000 Green (RoHS & no Sb/Br) CU NIPDAU Level-1-260C-UNLIM 0 to 70 MAX232 MAX232NSRE4 ACTIVE SO NS 16 2000 Green (RoHS & no Sb/Br) CU NIPDAU Level-1-260C-UNLIM 0 to 70 MAX232 MAX232NSRG4 ACTIVE SO NS 16 2000 Green (RoHS & no Sb/Br) CU NIPDAU Level-1-260C-UNLIM 0 to 70 MAX232 (1) The marketing status values are defined as follows: ACTIVE: Product device recommended for new designs. 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Products Applications Audio www.ti.com/audio Automotive and Transportation www.ti.com/automotive Amplifiers amplifier.ti.com Communications and Telecom www.ti.com/communications Data Converters dataconverter.ti.com Computers and Peripherals www.ti.com/computers DLP® Products www.dlp.com Consumer Electronics www.ti.com/consumer-apps DSP dsp.ti.com Energy and Lighting www.ti.com/energy Clocks and Timers www.ti.com/clocks Industrial www.ti.com/industrial Interface interface.ti.com Medical www.ti.com/medical Logic logic.ti.com Security www.ti.com/security Power Mgmt power.ti.com Space, Avionics and Defense www.ti.com/space-avionics-defense Microcontrollers microcontroller.ti.com Video and Imaging www.ti.com/video RFID www.ti-rfid.com OMAP Applications Processors www.ti.com/omap TI E2E Community e2e.ti.com Wireless Connectivity www.ti.com/wirelessconnectivity Mailing Address: Texas Instruments, Post Office Box 655303, Dallas, Texas 75265 Copyright © 2013, Texas Instruments Incorporated LM555 www.ti.com SNAS548C –FEBRUARY 2000–REVISED MARCH 2013 LM555 Timer Check for Samples: LM555 1FEATURES DESCRIPTION The LM555 is a highly stable device for generating 2• Direct Replacement for SE555/NE555 accurate time delays or oscillation. Additional • Timing from Microseconds through Hours terminals are provided for triggering or resetting if • Operates in Both Astable and Monostable desired. In the time delay mode of operation, the time Modes is precisely controlled by one external resistor and • Adjustable Duty Cycle capacitor. For astable operation as an oscillator, the free running frequency and duty cycle are accurately • Output Can Source or Sink 200 mA controlled with two external resistors and one • Output and Supply TTL Compatible capacitor. The circuit may be triggered and reset on • Temperature Stability Better than 0.005% per falling waveforms, and the output circuit can source °C or sink up to 200mA or drive TTL circuits. • Normally On and Normally Off Output • Available in 8-pin VSSOP Package APPLICATIONS • Precision Timing • Pulse Generation • Sequential Timing • Time Delay Generation • Pulse Width Modulation • Pulse Position Modulation • Linear Ramp Generator Schematic Diagram 1 Please be aware that an important notice concerning availability, standard warranty, and use in critical applications of Texas Instruments semiconductor products and disclaimers thereto appears at the end of this data sheet. 2All trademarks are the property of their respective owners. PRODUCTION DATA information is current as of publication date. Copyright © 2000–2013, Texas Instruments Incorporated Products conform to specifications per the terms of the Texas Instruments standard warranty. Production processing does not necessarily include testing of all parameters. LM555 SNAS548C –FEBRUARY 2000–REVISED MARCH 2013 www.ti.com Connection Diagram Top View Figure 1. PDIP, SOIC, and VSSOP Packages These devices have limited built-in ESD protection. The leads should be shorted together or the device placed in conductive foam during storage or handling to prevent electrostatic damage to the MOS gates. Absolute Maximum Ratings(1) (2) Supply Voltage +18V Power Dissipation (3) LM555CM, LM555CN(4) 1180 mW LM555CMM 613 mW Operating Temperature Ranges LM555C 0°C to +70°C Storage Temperature Range −65°C to +150°C Soldering Information PDIP Package Soldering (10 Seconds) 260°C Small Outline Packages (SOIC and VSSOP) Vapor Phase (60 Seconds) 215°C Infrared (15 Seconds) 220°C (1) Absolute Maximum Ratings indicate limits beyond which damage to the device may occur. Operating Ratings indicate conditions for which the device is functional, but do not ensure specific performance limits. Electrical Characteristics state DC and AC electrical specifications under particular test conditions which ensures specific performance limits. This assumes that the device is within the Operating Ratings. Specifications are not ensured for parameters where no limit is given, however, the typical value is a good indication of device performance. (2) If Military/Aerospace specified devices are required, please contact the TI Sales Office/Distributors for availability and specifications. (3) For operating at elevated temperatures the device must be derated above 25°C based on a +150°C maximum junction temperature and a thermal resistance of 106°C/W (PDIP), 170°C/W (S0IC-8), and 204°C/W (VSSOP) junction to ambient. (4) Refer to RETS555X drawing of military LM555H and LM555J versions for specifications. 2 Submit Documentation Feedback Copyright © 2000–2013, Texas Instruments Incorporated Product Folder Links: LM555 LM555 www.ti.com SNAS548C –FEBRUARY 2000–REVISED MARCH 2013 Electrical Characteristics (1) (2) (TA = 25°C, VCC = +5V to +15V, unless otherwise specified) Limits Parameter Test Conditions LM555C Units Min Typ Max Supply Voltage 4.5 16 V Supply Current VCC = 5V, RL = ∞ 3 6 VCC = 15V, RL = ∞ 10 15 mA (Low State) (3) Timing Error, Monostable Initial Accuracy 1 % Drift with Temperature RA = 1k to 100kΩ, 50 ppm/°C C = 0.1μF, (4) Accuracy over Temperature 1.5 % Drift with Supply 0.1 %/V Timing Error, Astable Initial Accuracy 2.25 % Drift with Temperature RA, RB = 1k to 100kΩ, 150 ppm/°C C = 0.1μF, (4) Accuracy over Temperature 3.0 % Drift with Supply 0.30 %/V Threshold Voltage 0.667 x VCC Trigger Voltage VCC = 15V 5 V VCC = 5V 1.67 V Trigger Current 0.5 0.9 μA Reset Voltage 0.4 0.5 1 V Reset Current 0.1 0.4 mA Threshold Current (5) 0.1 0.25 μA Control Voltage Level VCC = 15V 9 10 11 V VCC = 5V 2.6 3.33 4 Pin 7 Leakage Output High 1 100 nA Pin 7 Sat (6) Output Low VCC = 15V, I7 = 15mA 180 mV Output Low VCC = 4.5V, I7 = 4.5mA 80 200 mV Output Voltage Drop (Low) VCC = 15V ISINK = 10mA 0.1 0.25 V ISINK = 50mA 0.4 0.75 V ISINK = 100mA 2 2.5 V ISINK = 200mA 2.5 V VCC = 5V ISINK = 8mA V ISINK = 5mA 0.25 0.35 V (1) All voltages are measured with respect to the ground pin, unless otherwise specified. (2) Absolute Maximum Ratings indicate limits beyond which damage to the device may occur. Operating Ratings indicate conditions for which the device is functional, but do not ensure specific performance limits. Electrical Characteristics state DC and AC electrical specifications under particular test conditions which ensures specific performance limits. This assumes that the device is within the Operating Ratings. Specifications are not ensured for parameters where no limit is given, however, the typical value is a good indication of device performance. (3) Supply current when output high typically 1 mA less at VCC = 5V. (4) Tested at VCC = 5V and VCC = 15V. (5) This will determine the maximum value of RA + RB for 15V operation. The maximum total (RA + RB) is 20MΩ. (6) No protection against excessive pin 7 current is necessary providing the package dissipation rating will not be exceeded. Copyright © 2000–2013, Texas Instruments Incorporated Submit Documentation Feedback 3 Product Folder Links: LM555 LM555 SNAS548C –FEBRUARY 2000–REVISED MARCH 2013 www.ti.com Electrical Characteristics (1) (2) (continued) (TA = 25°C, VCC = +5V to +15V, unless otherwise specified) Limits Parameter Test Conditions LM555C Units Min Typ Max Output Voltage Drop (High) ISOURCE = 200mA, VCC = 15V 12.5 V ISOURCE = 100mA, VCC = 15V 12.75 13.3 V VCC = 5V 2.75 3.3 V Rise Time of Output 100 ns Fall Time of Output 100 ns 4 Submit Documentation Feedback Copyright © 2000–2013, Texas Instruments Incorporated Product Folder Links: LM555 LM555 www.ti.com SNAS548C –FEBRUARY 2000–REVISED MARCH 2013 Typical Performance Characteristics Minimum Pulse Width Supply Current vs. Required for Triggering Supply Voltage Figure 2. Figure 3. High Output Voltage vs. Low Output Voltage vs. Output Source Current Output Sink Current Figure 4. Figure 5. Low Output Voltage vs. Low Output Voltage vs. Output Sink Current Output Sink Current Figure 6. Figure 7. Copyright © 2000–2013, Texas Instruments Incorporated Submit Documentation Feedback 5 Product Folder Links: LM555 LM555 SNAS548C –FEBRUARY 2000–REVISED MARCH 2013 www.ti.com Typical Performance Characteristics (continued) Output Propagation Delay vs. Output Propagation Delay vs. Voltage Level of Trigger Pulse Voltage Level of Trigger Pulse Figure 8. Figure 9. Discharge Transistor (Pin 7) Discharge Transistor (Pin 7) Voltage Voltage vs. vs. Sink Current Sink Current Figure 10. Figure 11. 6 Submit Documentation Feedback Copyright © 2000–2013, Texas Instruments Incorporated Product Folder Links: LM555 LM555 www.ti.com SNAS548C –FEBRUARY 2000–REVISED MARCH 2013 APPLICATIONS INFORMATION MONOSTABLE OPERATION In this mode of operation, the timer functions as a one-shot (Figure 12). The external capacitor is initially held discharged by a transistor inside the timer. Upon application of a negative trigger pulse of less than 1/3 VCC to pin 2, the flip-flop is set which both releases the short circuit across the capacitor and drives the output high. Figure 12. Monostable The voltage across the capacitor then increases exponentially for a period of t = 1.1 RA C, at the end of which time the voltage equals 2/3 VCC. The comparator then resets the flip-flop which in turn discharges the capacitor and drives the output to its low state. Figure 13 shows the waveforms generated in this mode of operation. Since the charge and the threshold level of the comparator are both directly proportional to supply voltage, the timing interval is independent of supply. VCC = 5V Top Trace: Input 5V/Div. TIME = 0.1 ms/DIV. Middle Trace: Output 5V/Div. RA = 9.1kΩ Bottom Trace: Capacitor Voltage 2V/Div. C = 0.01μF Figure 13. Monostable Waveforms During the timing cycle when the output is high, the further application of a trigger pulse will not effect the circuit so long as the trigger input is returned high at least 10μs before the end of the timing interval. However the circuit can be reset during this time by the application of a negative pulse to the reset terminal (pin 4). The output will then remain in the low state until a trigger pulse is again applied. When the reset function is not in use, it is recommended that it be connected to VCC to avoid any possibility of false triggering. Figure 14 is a nomograph for easy determination of R, C values for various time delays. NOTE In monostable operation, the trigger should be driven high before the end of timing cycle. Copyright © 2000–2013, Texas Instruments Incorporated Submit Documentation Feedback 7 Product Folder Links: LM555 LM555 SNAS548C –FEBRUARY 2000–REVISED MARCH 2013 www.ti.com Figure 14. Time Delay ASTABLE OPERATION If the circuit is connected as shown in Figure 15 (pins 2 and 6 connected) it will trigger itself and free run as a multivibrator. The external capacitor charges through RA + RB and discharges through RB. Thus the duty cycle may be precisely set by the ratio of these two resistors. Figure 15. Astable In this mode of operation, the capacitor charges and discharges between 1/3 VCC and 2/3 VCC. As in the triggered mode, the charge and discharge times, and therefore the frequency are independent of the supply voltage. Figure 16 shows the waveforms generated in this mode of operation. VCC = 5V Top Trace: Output 5V/Div. TIME = 20μs/DIV. Bottom Trace: Capacitor Voltage 1V/Div. RA = 3.9kΩ RB = 3kΩ C = 0.01μF Figure 16. Astable Waveforms 8 Submit Documentation Feedback Copyright © 2000–2013, Texas Instruments Incorporated Product Folder Links: LM555 LM555 www.ti.com SNAS548C –FEBRUARY 2000–REVISED MARCH 2013 The charge time (output high) is given by: t1 = 0.693 (RA + RB) C (1) And the discharge time (output low) by: t2 = 0.693 (RB) C (2) Thus the total period is: T = t1 + t2 = 0.693 (RA +2RB) C (3) The frequency of oscillation is: (4) Figure 17 may be used for quick determination of these RC values. The duty cycle is: (5) Figure 17. Free Running Frequency FREQUENCY DIVIDER The monostable circuit of Figure 12 can be used as a frequency divider by adjusting the length of the timing cycle. Figure 18 shows the waveforms generated in a divide by three circuit. VCC = 5V Top Trace: Input 4V/Div. TIME = 20μs/DIV. Middle Trace: Output 2V/Div. RA = 9.1kΩ Bottom Trace: Capacitor 2V/Div. C = 0.01μF Figure 18. Frequency Divider PULSE WIDTH MODULATOR When the timer is connected in the monostable mode and triggered with a continuous pulse train, the output pulse width can be modulated by a signal applied to pin 5. Figure 19 shows the circuit, and in Figure 20 are some waveform examples. Copyright © 2000–2013, Texas Instruments Incorporated Submit Documentation Feedback 9 Product Folder Links: LM555 LM555 SNAS548C –FEBRUARY 2000–REVISED MARCH 2013 www.ti.com Figure 19. Pulse Width Modulator VCC = 5V Top Trace: Modulation 1V/Div. TIME = 0.2 ms/DIV. Bottom Trace: Output Voltage 2V/Div. RA = 9.1kΩ C = 0.01μF Figure 20. Pulse Width Modulator PULSE POSITION MODULATOR This application uses the timer connected for astable operation, as in Figure 21, with a modulating signal again applied to the control voltage terminal. The pulse position varies with the modulating signal, since the threshold voltage and hence the time delay is varied. Figure 22 shows the waveforms generated for a triangle wave modulation signal. Figure 21. Pulse Position Modulator 10 Submit Documentation Feedback Copyright © 2000–2013, Texas Instruments Incorporated Product Folder Links: LM555 LM555 www.ti.com SNAS548C –FEBRUARY 2000–REVISED MARCH 2013 VCC = 5V Top Trace: Modulation Input 1V/Div. TIME = 0.1 ms/DIV. Bottom Trace: Output 2V/Div. RA = 3.9kΩ RB = 3kΩ C = 0.01μF Figure 22. Pulse Position Modulator LINEAR RAMP When the pullup resistor, RA, in the monostable circuit is replaced by a constant current source, a linear ramp is generated. Figure 23 shows a circuit configuration that will perform this function. Figure 23. Figure 24 shows waveforms generated by the linear ramp. The time interval is given by: (6) VBE ≃ 0.6V (7) Copyright © 2000–2013, Texas Instruments Incorporated Submit Documentation Feedback 11 Product Folder Links: LM555 LM555 SNAS548C –FEBRUARY 2000–REVISED MARCH 2013 www.ti.com VCC = 5V Top Trace: Input 3V/Div. TIME = 20μs/DIV. Middle Trace: Output 5V/Div. R1 = 47kΩ Bottom Trace: Capacitor Voltage 1V/Div. R2 = 100kΩ RE = 2.7 kΩ C = 0.01 μF Figure 24. Linear Ramp 50% DUTY CYCLE OSCILLATOR For a 50% duty cycle, the resistors RA and RB may be connected as in Figure 25. The time period for the output high is the same as previous, t1 = 0.693 RA C. For the output low it is t2 = (8) Thus the frequency of oscillation is: (9) Figure 25. 50% Duty Cycle Oscillator Note that this circuit will not oscillate if RB is greater than 1/2 RA because the junction of RA and RB cannot bring pin 2 down to 1/3 VCC and trigger the lower comparator. ADDITIONAL INFORMATION Adequate power supply bypassing is necessary to protect associated circuitry. Minimum recommended is 0.1μF in parallel with 1μF electrolytic. Lower comparator storage time can be as long as 10μs when pin 2 is driven fully to ground for triggering. This limits the monostable pulse width to 10μs minimum. Delay time reset to output is 0.47μs typical. Minimum reset pulse width must be 0.3μs, typical. Pin 7 current switches within 30ns of the output (pin 3) voltage. 12 Submit Documentation Feedback Copyright © 2000–2013, Texas Instruments Incorporated Product Folder Links: LM555 LM555 www.ti.com SNAS548C –FEBRUARY 2000–REVISED MARCH 2013 REVISION HISTORY Changes from Revision B (March 2013) to Revision C Page • Changed layout of National Data Sheet to TI format .......................................................................................................... 12 Copyright © 2000–2013, Texas Instruments Incorporated Submit Documentation Feedback 13 Product Folder Links: LM555 PACKAGE OPTION ADDENDUM www.ti.com 27-Mar-2014 Addendum-Page 1 PACKAGING INFORMATION Orderable Device Status (1) Package Type Package Drawing Pins Package Qty Eco Plan (2) Lead/Ball Finish (6) MSL Peak Temp (3) Op Temp (°C) Device Marking (4/5) Samples LM555CM NRND SOIC D 8 95 TBD Call TI Call TI 0 to 70 LM 555CM LM555CM/NOPB ACTIVE SOIC D 8 95 Green (RoHS & no Sb/Br) SN | CU SN Level-1-260C-UNLIM 0 to 70 LM 555CM LM555CMM NRND VSSOP DGK 8 1000 TBD Call TI Call TI 0 to 70 Z55 LM555CMM/NOPB ACTIVE VSSOP DGK 8 1000 Green (RoHS & no Sb/Br) CU SN Level-1-260C-UNLIM 0 to 70 Z55 LM555CMMX/NOPB ACTIVE VSSOP DGK 8 3500 Green (RoHS & no Sb/Br) CU SN Level-1-260C-UNLIM 0 to 70 Z55 LM555CMX NRND SOIC D 8 2500 TBD Call TI Call TI 0 to 70 LM 555CM LM555CMX/NOPB ACTIVE SOIC D 8 2500 Green (RoHS & no Sb/Br) SN | CU SN Level-1-260C-UNLIM 0 to 70 LM 555CM LM555CN LIFEBUY PDIP P 8 40 TBD Call TI Call TI 0 to 70 LM 555CN LM555CN/NOPB ACTIVE PDIP P 8 40 Green (RoHS & no Sb/Br) CU SN Level-1-NA-UNLIM 0 to 70 LM 555CN MC1455P1 LIFEBUY PDIP P 8 40 TBD Call TI Call TI 0 to 70 LM 555CN NE555V LIFEBUY PDIP P 8 40 TBD Call TI Call TI 0 to 70 LM 555CN (1) The marketing status values are defined as follows: ACTIVE: Product device recommended for new designs. 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The L293 is designed to provide bidirectional drive currents of up to 1 A at voltages from 4.5 V to 36 V. The L293D is designed to provide bidirectional drive currents of up to 600-mA at voltages from 4.5 V to 36 V. Both devices are designed to drive inductive loads such as relays, solenoids, dc and bipolar stepping motors, as well as other high-current/high-voltage loads in positive-supply applications. All inputs are TTL compatible. Each output is a complete totem-pole drive circuit, with a Darlington transistor sink and a pseudo- Darlington source. Drivers are enabled in pairs, with drivers 1 and 2 enabled by 1,2EN and drivers 3 and 4 enabled by 3,4EN. When an enable input is high, the associated drivers are enabled, and their outputs are active and in phase with their inputs. When the enable input is low, those drivers are disabled, and their outputs are off and in the high-impedance state. With the proper data inputs, each pair of drivers forms a full-H (or bridge) reversible drive suitable for solenoid or motor applications. ORDERING INFORMATION TA PACKAGE† ORDERABLE PART NUMBER TOP-SIDE MARKING HSOP (DWP) Tube of 20 L293DWP L293DWP 0°C to 70°C PDIP (N) Tube of 25 L293N L293N PDIP (NE) Tube of 25 L293NE L293NE Tube of 25 L293DNE L293DNE † Package drawings, standard packing quantities, thermal data, symbolization, and PCB design guidelines are available at www.ti.com/sc/package. PRODUCTION DATA information is current as of publication date. Copyright  2004, Texas Instruments Incorporated Products conform to specifications per the terms of Texas Instruments standard warranty. Production processing does not necessarily include testing of all parameters. Please be aware that an important notice concerning availability, standard warranty, and use in critical applications of Texas Instruments semiconductor products and disclaimers thereto appears at the end of this data sheet. HEAT SINK AND GROUND HEAT SINK AND GROUND 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 9 1,2EN 1A 1Y 2Y 2A VCC2 VCC1 4A 4Y 3Y 3A 3,4EN L293 . . . N OR NE PACKAGE L293D . . . NE PACKAGE (TOP VIEW) 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 28 27 26 25 24 23 22 21 20 19 18 17 16 15 1,2EN 1A 1Y NC NC NC NC NC 2Y 2A VCC2 VCC1 4A 4Y NC NC NC NC NC 3Y 3A 3,4EN L293 . . . DWP PACKAGE (TOP VIEW) HEAT SINK AND GROUND HEAT SINK AND GROUND L293, L293D QUADRUPLE HALF-H DRIVERS SLRS008C − SEPTEMBER 1986 − REVISED NOVEMBER 2004 2 POST OFFICE BOX 655303 • DALLAS, TEXAS 75265 description/ordering information (continued) On the L293, external high-speed output clamp diodes should be used for inductive transient suppression. A VCC1 terminal, separate from VCC2, is provided for the logic inputs to minimize device power dissipation. The L293and L293D are characterized for operation from 0°C to 70°C. block diagram 1 0 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 1 16 1 2 0 1 1 0 2 4 3 M M M 1 0 1 0 1 0 VCC2 VCC1 NOTE: Output diodes are internal in L293D. FUNCTION TABLE (each driver) INPUTS† OUTPUT A EN Y H H H L H L X L Z H = high level, L = low level, X = irrelevant, Z = high impedance (off) † In the thermal shutdown mode, the output is in the high-impedance state, regardless of the input levels. L293, L293D QUADRUPLE HALF-H DRIVERS SLRS008C − SEPTEMBER 1986 − REVISED NOVEMBER 2004 POST OFFICE BOX 655303 • DALLAS, TEXAS 75265 3 logic diagram ÁÁ ÁÁ ÁÁ ÁÁ ÁÁ ÁÁ ÁÁ ÁÁ ÁÁ 2 1 7 10 9 15 3 6 11 14 1A 1,2EN 2A 3A 3,4EN 4A 1Y 2Y 3Y 4Y schematics of inputs and outputs (L293) Input VCC2 Output GND EQUIVALENT OF EACH INPUT TYPICAL OF ALL OUTPUTS VCC1 Current Source GND L293, L293D QUADRUPLE HALF-H DRIVERS SLRS008C − SEPTEMBER 1986 − REVISED NOVEMBER 2004 4 POST OFFICE BOX 655303 • DALLAS, TEXAS 75265 schematics of inputs and outputs (L293D) Input VCC2 Output GND EQUIVALENT OF EACH INPUT TYPICAL OF ALL OUTPUTS VCC1 Current Source GND absolute maximum ratings over operating free-air temperature range (unless otherwise noted)† Supply voltage, VCC1 (see Note 1) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36 V Output supply voltage, VCC2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36 V Input voltage, VI . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 V Output voltage range, VO . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . −3 V to VCC2 + 3 V Peak output current, IO (nonrepetitive, t ≤ 5 ms): L293 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ±2 A Peak output current, IO (nonrepetitive, t ≤ 100 μs): L293D . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ±1.2 A Continuous output current, IO: L293 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ±1 A Continuous output current, IO: L293D . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ±600 mA Package thermal impedance, θJA (see Notes 2 and 3): DWP package . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . TBD°C/W N package . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 67°C/W NE package . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . TBD°C/W Maximum junction temperature, TJ . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 150°C Storage temperature range, Tstg . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . −65°C to 150°C † Stresses beyond those listed under “absolute maximum ratings” may cause permanent damage to the device. These are stress ratings only, and functional operation of the device at these or any other conditions beyond those indicated under “recommended operating conditions” is not implied. Exposure to absolute-maximum-rated conditions for extended periods may affect device reliability. NOTES: 1. All voltage values are with respect to the network ground terminal. 2. Maximum power dissipation is a function of TJ(max), JA, and TA. The maximum allowable power dissipation at any allowable ambient temperature is PD = (TJ(max) − TA)/JA. Operating at the absolute maximum TJ of 150°C can affect reliability. 3. The package thermal impedance is calculated in accordance with JESD 51-7. L293, L293D QUADRUPLE HALF-H DRIVERS SLRS008C − SEPTEMBER 1986 − REVISED NOVEMBER 2004 POST OFFICE BOX 655303 • DALLAS, TEXAS 75265 5 recommended operating conditions MIN MAX UNIT Supply voltage VCC1 4.5 7 V VCC2 VCC1 36 V High level input voltage VCC1 ≤ 7 V 2.3 VCC1 V VIH High-VCC1 ≥ 7 V 2.3 7 V VIL Low-level output voltage −0.3† 1.5 V TA Operating free-air temperature 0 70 °C † The algebraic convention, in which the least positive (most negative) designated minimum, is used in this data sheet for logic voltage levels. electrical characteristics, VCC1 = 5 V, VCC2 = 24 V, TA = 25°C PARAMETER TEST CONDITIONS MIN TYP MAX UNIT VOH High-level output voltage L293: IOH = −1 A L293D: IOH = − 0.6 A VCC2 − 1.8 VCC2 − 1.4 V VOL Low-level output voltage L293: IOL = 1 A L293D: IOL = 0.6 A 1.2 1.8 V VOKH High-level output clamp voltage L293D: IOK = − 0.6 A VCC2 + 1.3 V VOKL Low-level output clamp voltage L293D: IOK = 0.6 A 1.3 V I High level input current A V 7 V 0.2 100 IIH High-A EN VI = 0.2 10 μA I Low level input current A V 0 −3 −10 IIL Low-A EN VI = −2 −100 μA All outputs at high level 13 22 ICC1 Logic supply current IO = 0 All outputs at low level 35 60 mA All outputs at high impedance 8 24 All outputs at high level 14 24 ICC2 Output supply current IO = 0 All outputs at low level 2 6 mA All outputs at high impedance 2 4 switching characteristics, VCC1 = 5 V, VCC2 = 24 V, TA = 25°C PARAMETER TEST CONDITIONS L293NE, L293DNE UNIT MIN TYP MAX tPLH Propagation delay time, low-to-high-level output from A input 800 ns tPHL Propagation delay time, high-to-low-level output from A input C = 30 pF See Figure 1 400 ns tTLH Transition time, low-to-high-level output CL pF, 300 ns tTHL Transition time, high-to-low-level output 300 ns switching characteristics, VCC1 = 5 V, VCC2 = 24 V, TA = 25°C PARAMETER TEST CONDITIONS L293DWP, L293N L293DN UNIT MIN TYP MAX tPLH Propagation delay time, low-to-high-level output from A input 750 ns tPHL Propagation delay time, high-to-low-level output from A input C = 30 pF See Figure 1 200 ns tTLH Transition time, low-to-high-level output CL pF, 100 ns tTHL Transition time, high-to-low-level output 350 ns L293, L293D QUADRUPLE HALF-H DRIVERS SLRS008C − SEPTEMBER 1986 − REVISED NOVEMBER 2004 6 POST OFFICE BOX 655303 • DALLAS, TEXAS 75265 PARAMETER MEASUREMENT INFORMATION Output CL = 30 pF (see Note A) VCC1 Input 3 V TEST CIRCUIT tf tr 3 V 0 tPHL VOH tTHL tTLH VOLTAGE WAVEFORMS tPLH Output Input VOL tw NOTES: A. CL includes probe and jig capacitance. B. The pulse generator has the following characteristics: tr ≤ 10 ns, tf ≤ 10 ns, tw = 10 μs, PRR = 5 kHz, ZO = 50 Ω. Pulse Generator (see Note B) 5 V 24 V VCC2 A EN Y 90% 90% 50% 10% 50% 10% 90% 90% 50% 10% 50% 10% Figure 1. Test Circuit and Voltage Waveforms L293, L293D QUADRUPLE HALF-H DRIVERS SLRS008C − SEPTEMBER 1986 − REVISED NOVEMBER 2004 POST OFFICE BOX 655303 • DALLAS, TEXAS 75265 7 APPLICATION INFORMATION 5 V 24 V 10 kΩ VCC1 VCC2 Control A Control B 4, 5, 12, 13 GND Thermal Shutdown Motor 16 8 3 6 11 14 4Y 3Y 2Y 1Y 1,2EN 1A 2A 3,4EN 3A 4A 15 10 9 7 2 1 Figure 2. Two-Phase Motor Driver (L293) L293, L293D QUADRUPLE HALF-H DRIVERS SLRS008C − SEPTEMBER 1986 − REVISED NOVEMBER 2004 8 POST OFFICE BOX 655303 • DALLAS, TEXAS 75265 APPLICATION INFORMATION 5 V 24 V 10 kΩ VCC1 VCC2 16 8 1,2EN 1 1A 2 2A 7 3,4EN 9 3A 10 4A 15 Control A Control B 4, 5, 12, 13 GND Thermal Shutdown Motor 1Y 3 2Y 6 3Y 11 4Y 14 Figure 3. Two-Phase Motor Driver (L293D) L293, L293D QUADRUPLE HALF-H DRIVERS SLRS008C − SEPTEMBER 1986 − REVISED NOVEMBER 2004 POST OFFICE BOX 655303 • DALLAS, TEXAS 75265 9 APPLICATION INFORMATION EN 3A M1 4A M2 H H Fast motor stop H Run H L Run L Fast motor stop L X Free-running motor stop X Free-running motor stop L = low, H = high, X = don’t care EN 1A 2A FUNCTION H L H Turn right H H L Turn left H L L Fast motor stop H H H Fast motor stop L X X Fast motor stop L = low, H = high, X = don’t care VCC2 SES5001 1/2 L293 4, 5, 12, 13 10 SES5001 VCC1 EN 11 15 14 16 9 M2 M1 3A 4A 8 Figure 4. DC Motor Controls (connections to ground and to supply voltage) GND 2 × SES5001 1/2 L293 4, 5, 12, 13 7 6 3 8 1 2 16 VCC2 2 × SES5001 2A 1A VCC1 EN M Figure 5. Bidirectional DC Motor Control GND L293, L293D QUADRUPLE HALF-H DRIVERS SLRS008C − SEPTEMBER 1986 − REVISED NOVEMBER 2004 10 POST OFFICE BOX 655303 • DALLAS, TEXAS 75265 APPLICATION INFORMATION 3 4 5 6 7 8 1 2 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 + + + + D7 D8 D4 D3 L2 IL2 C1 D5 D1 D6 D2 VCC1 L293 IL1/IL2 = 300 mA 0.22 μF VCC2 L1 IL1 D1−D8 = SES5001 Figure 6. Bipolar Stepping-Motor Control mounting instructions The Rthj-amp of the L293 can be reduced by soldering the GND pins to a suitable copper area of the printed circuit board or to an external heat sink. Figure 9 shows the maximum package power PTOT and the θJA as a function of the side of two equal square copper areas having a thickness of 35 μm (see Figure 7). In addition, an external heat sink can be used (see Figure 8). During soldering, the pin temperature must not exceed 260°C, and the soldering time must not exceed 12 seconds. The external heatsink or printed circuit copper area must be connected to electrical ground. L293, L293D QUADRUPLE HALF-H DRIVERS SLRS008C − SEPTEMBER 1986 − REVISED NOVEMBER 2004 POST OFFICE BOX 655303 • DALLAS, TEXAS 75265 11 APPLICATION INFORMATION Copper Area 35-μm Thickness Printed Circuit Board Figure 7. Example of Printed Circuit Board Copper Area (used as heat sink) 11.9 mm 17.0 mm 38.0 mm Figure 8. External Heat Sink Mounting Example (θJA = 25°C/W) L293, L293D QUADRUPLE HALF-H DRIVERS SLRS008C − SEPTEMBER 1986 − REVISED NOVEMBER 2004 12 POST OFFICE BOX 655303 • DALLAS, TEXAS 75265 APPLICATION INFORMATION 3 1 0 2 0 10 20 P 4 MAXIMUM POWER AND JUNCTION vs THERMAL RESISTANCE 30 TOT − Power Dissipation − W 60 20 0 40 80 θJA − Thermal Resistance − °C/W 40 Side − mm Figure 9 θJA PTOT (TA = 70°C) 50 5 3 1 0 2 −50 0 50 4 MAXIMUM POWER DISSIPATION vs AMBIENT TEMPERATURE 100 TA − Ambient Temperature − °C With Infinite Heat Sink Free Air Heat Sink With θJA = 25°C/W Figure 10 150 PTOT − Power Dissipation − W PACKAGE OPTION ADDENDUM www.ti.com 26-Jan-2014 Addendum-Page 1 PACKAGING INFORMATION Orderable Device Status (1) Package Type Package Drawing Pins Package Qty Eco Plan (2) Lead/Ball Finish (6) MSL Peak Temp (3) Op Temp (°C) Device Marking (4/5) Samples L293DNE ACTIVE PDIP NE 16 25 Pb-Free (RoHS) CU NIPDAU N / A for Pkg Type 0 to 70 L293DNE L293DNEE4 ACTIVE PDIP NE 16 25 Pb-Free (RoHS) CU NIPDAU N / A for Pkg Type 0 to 70 L293DNE L293DWP OBSOLETE SOIC DW 28 TBD Call TI Call TI 0 to 70 L293DWP L293DWPG4 OBSOLETE SOIC DW 28 TBD Call TI Call TI 0 to 70 L293DWPTR OBSOLETESO PowerPAD DWP 28 TBD Call TI Call TI 0 to 70 L293N OBSOLETE PDIP N 16 TBD Call TI Call TI 0 to 70 L293N L293NE ACTIVE PDIP NE 16 25 Pb-Free (RoHS) CU NIPDAU N / A for Pkg Type 0 to 70 L293NE L293NEE4 ACTIVE PDIP NE 16 25 Pb-Free (RoHS) CU NIPDAU N / A for Pkg Type 0 to 70 L293NE L293NG4 OBSOLETE PDIP N 16 TBD Call TI Call TI 0 to 70 (1) The marketing status values are defined as follows: ACTIVE: Product device recommended for new designs. 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In the time-delay or monostable mode of operation, the timed interval is controlled by a single external resistor and capacitor network. In the astable mode of operation, the frequency and duty cycle can be controlled independently with two external resistors and a single external capacitor. The threshold and trigger levels normally are two-thirds and one-third, respectively, of VCC. These levels can be altered by use of the control-voltage terminal. When the trigger input falls below the trigger level, the flip-flop is set, and the output goes high. If the trigger input is above the trigger level and the threshold input is above the threshold level, the flip-flop is reset and the output is low. The reset (RESET) input can override all other inputs and can be used to initiate a new timing cycle. When RESET goes low, the flip-flop is reset, and the output goes low. When the output is low, a low-impedance path is provided between discharge (DISCH) and ground. The output circuit is capable of sinking or sourcing current up to 200 mA. Operation is specified for supplies of 5 V to 15 V. With a 5-V supply, output levels are compatible with TTL inputs. 1 Please be aware that an important notice concerning availability, standard warranty, and use in critical applications of Texas Instruments semiconductor products and disclaimers thereto appears at the end of this data sheet. PRODUCTION DATA information is current as of publication date. Copyright © 1973–2010, Texas Instruments Incorporated Products conform to specifications per the terms of the Texas Instruments standard warranty. Production processing does not On products compliant to MIL-PRF-38535, all parameters are necessarily include testing of all parameters. tested unless otherwise noted. On all other products, production processing does not necessarily include testing of all parameters. NA555, NE555, SA555, SE555 SLFS022H –SEPTEMBER 1973–REVISED JUNE 2010 www.ti.com ORDERING INFORMATION(1) T VTHRES MAX A V PACKAGE(2) ORDERABLE PART NUMBER TOP-SIDE MARKING CC = 15 V PDIP – P Tube of 50 NE555P NE555P Tube of 75 NE555D SOIC – D NE555 Reel of 2500 NE555DR 0°C to 70°C 11.2 V SOP – PS Reel of 2000 NE555PSR N555 Tube of 150 NE555PW TSSOP – PW N555 Reel of 2000 NE555PWR PDIP – P Tube of 50 SA555P SA555P –40°C to 85°C 11.2 V Tube of 75 SA555D SOIC – D SA555 Reel of 2000 SA555DR PDIP – P Tube of 50 NA555P NA555P –40°C to 105°C 11.2 V Tube of 75 NA555D SOIC – D NA555 Reel of 2000 NA555DR PDIP – P Tube of 50 SE555P SE555P Tube of 75 SE555D SOIC – D SE555D –55°C to 125°C 10.6 Reel of 2500 SE555DR CDIP – JG Tube of 50 SE555JG SE555JG LCCC – FK Tube of 55 SE555FK SE555FK (1) For the most current package and ordering information, see the Package Option Addendum at the end of this document, or see the TI web site at www.ti.com. (2) Package drawings, thermal data, and symbolization are available at www.ti.com/packaging. Table 1. FUNCTION TABLE RESET TRIGGER THRESHOLD OUTPUT DISCHARGE VOLTAGE(1) VOLTAGE(1) SWITCH Low Irrelevant Irrelevant Low On High <1/3 VCC Irrelevant High Off High >1/3 VCC >2/3 VCC Low On High >1/3 VCC <2/3 VCC As previously established (1) Voltage levels shown are nominal. 2 Submit Documentation Feedback Copyright © 1973–2010, Texas Instruments Incorporated Product Folder Link(s): NA555 NE555 SA555 SE555 1 S R R1 TRIG THRES VCC CONT RESET OUT DISCH GND ÎÎÎ ÎÎÎ ÎÎÎ ÎÎÎ Î ÎÎÎ 8 4 5 6 2 1 7 3 NA555, NE555, SA555, SE555 www.ti.com SLFS022H –SEPTEMBER 1973–REVISED JUNE 2010 FUNCTIONAL BLOCK DIAGRAM A. Pin numbers shown are for the D, JG, P, PS, and PW packages. B. RESET can override TRIG, which can override THRES. Copyright © 1973–2010, Texas Instruments Incorporated Submit Documentation Feedback 3 Product Folder Link(s): NA555 NE555 SA555 SE555 NA555, NE555, SA555, SE555 SLFS022H –SEPTEMBER 1973–REVISED JUNE 2010 www.ti.com Absolute Maximum Ratings(1) over operating free-air temperature range (unless otherwise noted) MIN MAX UNIT VCC Supply voltage(2) 18 V VI Input voltage CONT, RESET, THRES, TRIG VCC V IO Output current ±225 mA D package 97 P package 85 qJA Package thermal impedance(3) (4) °C/W PS package 95 PW package 149 FK package 5.61 qJC Package thermal impedance(5) (6) °C/W JG package 14.5 TJ Operating virtual junction temperature 150 °C Case temperature for 60 s FK package 260 °C Lead temperature 1, 6 mm (1/16 in) from case for 60 s JG package 300 °C Tstg Storage temperature range –65 150 °C (1) Stresses beyond those listed under "absolute maximum ratings" may cause permanent damage to the device. These are stress ratings only, and functional operation of the device at these or any other conditions beyond those indicated under "recommended operating conditions" is not implied. Exposure to absolute-maximum-rated conditions for extended periods may affect device reliability. (2) All voltage values are with respect to GND. (3) Maximum power dissipation is a function of TJ(max), qJA, and TA. The maximum allowable power dissipation at any allowable ambient temperature is PD = (TJ(max) - TA)/qJA. Operating at the absolute maximum TJ of 150°C can affect reliability. (4) The package thermal impedance is calculated in accordance with JESD 51-7. (5) Maximum power dissipation is a function of TJ(max), qJC, and TC. The maximum allowable power dissipation at any allowable case temperature is PD = (TJ(max) - TC)/qJC. Operating at the absolute maximum TJ of 150°C can affect reliability. (6) The package thermal impedance is calculated in accordance with MIL-STD-883. Recommended Operating Conditions over operating free-air temperature range (unless otherwise noted) MIN MAX UNIT NA555, NE555, SA555 4.5 16 VCC Supply voltage V SE555 4.5 18 VI Input voltage CONT, RESET, THRES, and TRIG VCC V IO Output current ±200 mA NA555 –40 105 NE555 0 70 TA Operating free-air temperature °C SA555 –40 85 SE555 –55 125 4 Submit Documentation Feedback Copyright © 1973–2010, Texas Instruments Incorporated Product Folder Link(s): NA555 NE555 SA555 SE555 NA555, NE555, SA555, SE555 www.ti.com SLFS022H –SEPTEMBER 1973–REVISED JUNE 2010 Electrical Characteristics VCC = 5 V to 15 V, TA = 25°C (unless otherwise noted) NA555 SE555 NE555 PARAMETER TEST CONDITIONS SA555 UNIT MIN TYP MAX MIN TYP MAX VCC = 15 V 9.4 10 10.6 8.8 10 11.2 THRES voltage level V VCC = 5 V 2.7 3.3 4 2.4 3.3 4.2 THRES current(1) 30 250 30 250 nA 4.8 5 5.2 4.5 5 5.6 VCC = 15 V TA = –55°C to 125°C 3 6 TRIG voltage level V 1.45 1.67 1.9 1.1 1.67 2.2 VCC = 5 V TA = –55°C to 125°C 1.9 TRIG current TRIG at 0 V 0.5 0.9 0.5 2 mA 0.3 0.7 1 0.3 0.7 1 RESET voltage level V TA = –55°C to 125°C 1.1 RESET at VCC 0.1 0.4 0.1 0.4 RESET current mA RESET at 0 V –0.4 –1 –0.4 –1.5 DISCH switch off-state 20 100 20 100 nA current 9.6 10 10.4 9 10 11 VCC = 15 V CONT voltage TA = –55°C to 125°C 9.6 10.4 (open circuit) V 2.9 3.3 3.8 2.6 3.3 4 VCC = 5 V TA = –55°C to 125°C 2.9 3.8 0.1 0.15 0.1 0.25 VCC = 15 V, IOL = 10 mA TA = –55°C to 125°C 0.2 0.4 0.5 0.4 0.75 VCC = 15 V, IOL = 50 mA TA = –55°C to 125°C 1 2 2.2 2 2.5 VCC = 15 V, IOL = 100 mA Low-level output voltage TA = –55°C to 125°C 2.7 V VCC = 15 V, IOL = 200 mA 2.5 2.5 VCC = 5 V, IOL = 3.5 mA TA = –55°C to 125°C 0.35 0.1 0.2 0.1 0.35 VCC = 5 V, IOL = 5 mA TA = –55°C to 125°C 0.8 VCC = 5 V, IOL = 8 mA 0.15 0.25 0.15 0.4 13 13.3 12.75 13.3 VCC = 15 V, IOL = –100 mA TA = –55°C to 125°C 12 High-level output voltage VCC = 15 V, IOH = –200 mA 12.5 12.5 V 3 3.3 2.75 3.3 VCC = 5 V, IOL = –100 mA TA = –55°C to 125°C 2 VCC = 15 V 10 12 10 15 Output low, No load VCC = 5 V 3 5 3 6 Supply current mA VCC = 15 V 9 10 9 13 Output high, No load VCC = 5 V 2 4 2 5 (1) This parameter influences the maximum value of the timing resistors RA and RB in the circuit of Figure 12. For example, when VCC = 5 V, the maximum value is R = RA + RB ≉ 3.4 MΩ, and for VCC = 15 V, the maximum value is 10 MΩ. Copyright © 1973–2010, Texas Instruments Incorporated Submit Documentation Feedback 5 Product Folder Link(s): NA555 NE555 SA555 SE555 NA555, NE555, SA555, SE555 SLFS022H –SEPTEMBER 1973–REVISED JUNE 2010 www.ti.com Operating Characteristics VCC = 5 V to 15 V, TA = 25°C (unless otherwise noted) NA555 TEST SE555 NE555 PARAMETER CONDITIONS(1) SA555 UNIT MIN TYP MAX MIN TYP MAX Initial error of timing Each timer, monostable(3) TA = 25°C 0.5 1.5(4) 1 3 interval(2) % Each timer, astable(5) 1.5 2.25 Temperature coefficient of Each timer, monostable(3) TA = MIN to MAX 30 100(4) 50 ppm/ timing interval Each timer, astable(5) 90 150 °C Supply-voltage sensitivity of Each timer, monostable(3) TA = 25°C 0.05 0.2(4) 0.1 0.5 timing interval %/V Each timer, astable(5) 0.15 0.3 Output-pulse rise time CL = 15 pF, 100 200(4) 100 300 ns TA = 25°C Output-pulse fall time CL = 15 pF, 100 200(4) 100 300 ns TA = 25°C (1) For conditions shown as MIN or MAX, use the appropriate value specified under recommended operating conditions. (2) Timing interval error is defined as the difference between the measured value and the average value of a random sample from each process run. (3) Values specified are for a device in a monostable circuit similar to Figure 9, with the following component values: RA = 2 kΩ to 100 kΩ, C = 0.1 mF. (4) On products compliant to MIL-PRF-38535, this parameter is not production tested. (5) Values specified are for a device in an astable circuit similar to Figure 12, with the following component values: RA = 1 kΩ to 100 kΩ, C = 0.1 mF. 6 Submit Documentation Feedback Copyright © 1973–2010, Texas Instruments Incorporated Product Folder Link(s): NA555 NE555 SA555 SE555 ÏÏÏÏÏÏÏÏÏÏÏÏÏÏÏÏÏÏÏÏ TA = 125°C ÏÏÏÏÏÏÏÏÏÏÏÏÏÏÏÏ TA = 25°C IOL − Low-Level Output Current − mA ÏÏÏÏÏÏÏÏÏÏÏÏÏÏÏÏ VCC = 5 V LOW-LEVEL OUTPUT VOLTAGE vs LOW-LEVEL OUTPUT CURRENT ÏÏÏÏÏÏÏÏÏÏÏÏÏÏÏ TA = −55°C 0.1 0.04 0.01 1 2 4 7 10 20 40 70 100 0.07 1 0.4 0.7 10 4 7 0.02 0.2 2 VOL − Low-Level Output Voltage − V ÏÏÏÏÏÏÏÏÏÏÏÏÏÏÏÏÏÏÏÏ VCC = 10 V LOW-LEVEL OUTPUT VOLTAGE vs LOW-LEVEL OUTPUT CURRENT VOL − Low-Level Output Voltage − V IOL − Low-Level Output Current − mA 0.1 0.04 0.01 1 2 4 7 10 20 40 70 100 0.07 1 0.4 0.7 10 4 7 0.02 0.2 2 ÏÏÏÏÏÏÏÏÏÏÏÏÏÏÏÏ TA = 125°C ÏÏÏÏÏÏÏÏÏÏÏÏ TA = 25°C TA= −55°C TA = 125°C TA = 25°C TA = −55°C ÏÏÏÏÏÏÏÏÏÏÏÏÏÏÏÏ VCC = 15 V LOW-LEVEL OUTPUT VOLTAGE vs LOW-LEVEL OUTPUT CURRENT VOL − Low-Level Output Voltage − V IOL − Low-Level Output Current − mA 0.1 0.04 0.01 1 2 4 7 10 20 40 70 100 0.07 1 0.4 0.7 10 4 7 0.02 0.2 2 1 0.6 0.2 0 1.4 1.8 2.0 0.4 1.6 0.8 1.2 − IOH − High-Level Output Current − mA ÏÏÏÏÏÏÏÏÏÏÏÏÏÏÏÏ TA = 125°C ÏÏÏÏÏÏÏÏÏÏÏÏ TA = 25°C 1 2 4 7 10 20 40 70 100 ÏÏÏÏÏÏÏÏÏÏÏÏÏÏÏÏÏÏÏÏÏÏÏÏ VCC = 5 V to 15 V ÏÏÏÏÏÏÏÏÏÏÏÏÏÏÏÏ TA = −55°C (VCC VOH) − Voltage Drop − V DROP BETWEEN SUPPLY VOLTAGE AND OUTPUT vs HIGH-LEVEL OUTPUT CURRENT NA555, NE555, SA555, SE555 www.ti.com SLFS022H –SEPTEMBER 1973–REVISED JUNE 2010 TYPICAL CHARACTERISTICS Data for temperatures below 0°C and above 70°C are applicable for SE555 circuits only. Figure 1. Figure 2. Figure 3. Figure 4. Copyright © 1973–2010, Texas Instruments Incorporated Submit Documentation Feedback 7 Product Folder Link(s): NA555 NE555 SA555 SE555 5 4 2 1 0 9 3 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 − Supply Current − mA 7 6 8 SUPPLY CURRENT vs SUPPLY VOLTAGE 10 12 13 14 15 TA = 25°C TA = 125°C TA = −55°C Output Low, No Load ICC VCC − Supply Voltage − V 1 0.995 0.990 0.985 0 5 10 1.005 1.010 NORMALIZED OUTPUT PULSE DURATION (MONOSTABLE OPERATION) vs SUPPLY VOLTAGE 1.015 15 20 Pulse Duration Relative to Value at V C C = 10 V VCC − Supply Voltage − V 1 0.995 0.990 0.985 −75 −25 25 1.005 1.010 NORMALIZED OUTPUT PULSE DURATION (MONOSTABLE OPERATION) vs FREE-AIR TEMPERATURE 1.015 75 125 TA − Free-Air Temperature − °C −50 0 50 100 VCC = 10 V Pulse Duration Relative to Value at TA = 25C 0 100 200 300 400 500 600 700 800 900 1000 0 0.05 0.1 0.15 0.2 0.25 0.3 0.35 0.4 Lowest Level of Trigger Pulse – ×VCC tPD – Propagation Delay Time – ns TA = 125°C TA = 70°C TA = 25°C TA = 0°C TA = –55°C PROPAGATION DELAY TIME vs LOWEST VOLTAGE LEVEL OF TRIGGER PULSE NA555, NE555, SA555, SE555 SLFS022H –SEPTEMBER 1973–REVISED JUNE 2010 www.ti.com TYPICAL CHARACTERISTICS (continued) Data for temperatures below 0°C and above 70°C are applicable for SE555 circuits only. Figure 5. Figure 6. Figure 7. Figure 8. 8 Submit Documentation Feedback Copyright © 1973–2010, Texas Instruments Incorporated Product Folder Link(s): NA555 NE555 SA555 SE555 VCC (5 V to 15 V) RA RL Output GND OUT CONT VCC RESET DISCH THRES Input TRIG ÎÎÎ 5 8 4 7 6 2 3 1 Pin numbers shown are for the D, JG, P, PS, and PW packages. NA555, NE555, SA555, SE555 www.ti.com SLFS022H –SEPTEMBER 1973–REVISED JUNE 2010 APPLICATION INFORMATION Monostable Operation For monostable operation, any of these timers can be connected as shown in Figure 9. If the output is low, application of a negative-going pulse to the trigger (TRIG) sets the flip-flop (Q goes low), drives the output high, and turns off Q1. Capacitor C then is charged through RA until the voltage across the capacitor reaches the threshold voltage of the threshold (THRES) input. If TRIG has returned to a high level, the output of the threshold comparator resets the flip-flop (Q goes high), drives the output low, and discharges C through Q1. Figure 9. Circuit for Monostable Operation Monostable operation is initiated when TRIG voltage falls below the trigger threshold. Once initiated, the sequence ends only if TRIG is high for at least 10 μs before the end of the timing interval. When the trigger is grounded, the comparator storage time can be as long as 10 μs, which limits the minimum monostable pulse width to 10 μs. Because of the threshold level and saturation voltage of Q1, the output pulse duration is approximately tw = 1.1RAC. Figure 11 is a plot of the time constant for various values of RA and C. The threshold levels and charge rates both are directly proportional to the supply voltage, VCC. The timing interval is, therefore, independent of the supply voltage, so long as the supply voltage is constant during the time interval. Applying a negative-going trigger pulse simultaneously to RESET and TRIG during the timing interval discharges C and reinitiates the cycle, commencing on the positive edge of the reset pulse. The output is held low as long as the reset pulse is low. To prevent false triggering, when RESET is not used, it should be connected to VCC. Copyright © 1973–2010, Texas Instruments Incorporated Submit Documentation Feedback 9 Product Folder Link(s): NA555 NE555 SA555 SE555 − Output Pulse Duration − s C − Capacitance − mF 10 1 10−1 10−2 10−3 10−4 0.01 0.1 1 10 100 10−5 0.001 tw RA = 10 MW RA = 10 kW RA = 1 kW RA = 100 kW RA = 1 MW Voltage − 2 V/div Time − 0.1 ms/div ÏÏÏÏÏÏÏÏÏÏÏÏÏÏÏÏÏÏÏÏÏÏÏÏ Capacitor Voltage Output Voltage Input Voltage ÏÏÏÏÏÏÏÏÏÏÏÏÏÏÏÏÏÏÏÏÏÏÏÏÏ RA = 9.1 kW CL = 0.01 mF RL = 1 kW See Figure 9 Voltage − 1 V/div Time − 0.5 ms/div tH Capacitor Voltage tL Output Voltage ÎÎÎÎÎÎÎÎÎÎÎÎÎÎÎÎÎÎÎÎÎÎÎÎÎÎÎÎÎÎÎÎÎÎÎÎÎÎÎÎ RA = 5 k RL = 1 k RB = 3 k See Figure 12 C = 0.15 mF GND OUT CONT VCC RESET DISCH THRES TRIG C RB RA Output RL 0.01 mF VCC (5 V to 15 V) (see Note A) ÎÎÎ NOTE A: Decoupling CONT voltage to ground with a capacitor can improve operation. This should be evaluated for individual applications. Open 5 8 4 7 6 2 3 1 Pin numbers shown are for the D, JG, P, PS, and PW packages. NA555, NE555, SA555, SE555 SLFS022H –SEPTEMBER 1973–REVISED JUNE 2010 www.ti.com Figure 10. Typical Monostable Waveforms Figure 11. Output Pulse Duration vs Capacitance Astable Operation As shown in Figure 12, adding a second resistor, RB, to the circuit of Figure 9 and connecting the trigger input to the threshold input causes the timer to self-trigger and run as a multivibrator. The capacitor C charges through RA and RB and then discharges through RB only. Therefore, the duty cycle is controlled by the values of RA and RB. This astable connection results in capacitor C charging and discharging between the threshold-voltage level (≉0.67 × VCC) and the trigger-voltage level (≉0.33 × VCC). As in the monostable circuit, charge and discharge times (and, therefore, the frequency and duty cycle) are independent of the supply voltage. Figure 12. Circuit for Astable Operation Figure 13. Typical Astable Waveforms 10 Submit Documentation Feedback Copyright © 1973–2010, Texas Instruments Incorporated Product Folder Link(s): NA555 NE555 SA555 SE555 tH  0.693 (RARB) C tL  0.693 (RB) C Other useful relationships are shown below. period  tHtL  0.693 (RA2RB) C frequency  1.44 (RA2RB) C Output driver duty cycle  tL tHtL  RB RA2RB Output waveform duty cycle  tL tH  RB RARB Low-to-high ratio  tH tHtL  1– RB RA2RB f − Free-Running Frequency − Hz C − Capacitance − mF 100 k 10 k 1 k 100 10 1 0.01 0.1 1 10 100 0.1 0.001 RA + 2 RB = 10 MW RA + 2 RB = 1 MW RA + 2 RB = 100 kW RA + 2 RB = 10 kW RA + 2 RB = 1 kW Time − 0.1 ms/div Voltage − 2 V/div ÎÎÎÎÎÎÎÎÎÎÎÎÎÎÎÎÎÎÎÎÎÎÎÎÎÎÎÎÎÎ VCC = 5 V RA = 1 kW C = 0.1 mF See Figure 15 Capacitor Voltage ÎÎÎÎÎÎÎÎÎÎÎÎÎÎÎ Output Voltage Input Voltage VCC (5 V to 15 V) DISCH OUT RESET VCC RL RA A5T3644 C THRES GND CONT TRIG Input 0.01 mF ÎÎÎÎÎÎÎÎÎÎÎÎ Output 4 8 3 7 6 2 5 1 Pin numbers shown are shown for the D, JG, P, PS, and PW packages. NA555, NE555, SA555, SE555 www.ti.com SLFS022H –SEPTEMBER 1973–REVISED JUNE 2010 Figure 12 shows typical waveforms generated during astable operation. The output high-level duration tH and low-level duration tL can be calculated as follows: Figure . Figure 14. Free-Running Frequency Missing-Pulse Detector The circuit shown in Figure 15 can be used to detect a missing pulse or abnormally long spacing between consecutive pulses in a train of pulses. The timing interval of the monostable circuit is retriggered continuously by the input pulse train as long as the pulse spacing is less than the timing interval. A longer pulse spacing, missing pulse, or terminated pulse train permits the timing interval to be completed, thereby generating an output pulse as shown in Figure 16. Figure 15. Circuit for Missing-Pulse Detector Figure 16. Completed Timing Waveforms for Missing-Pulse Detector Copyright © 1973–2010, Texas Instruments Incorporated Submit Documentation Feedback 11 Product Folder Link(s): NA555 NE555 SA555 SE555 Voltage − 2 V/div Time − 0.1 ms/div Capacitor Voltage Output Voltage ÏÏÏÏÏÏÏÏÏÏÏÏÏÏÏÏÏÏÏÏÏÏÏÏÏInput Voltage VCC = 5 V RA = 1250 W C = 0.02 mF See Figure 9 NA555, NE555, SA555, SE555 SLFS022H –SEPTEMBER 1973–REVISED JUNE 2010 www.ti.com Frequency Divider By adjusting the length of the timing cycle, the basic circuit of Figure 9 can be made to operate as a frequency divider. Figure 17 shows a divide-by-three circuit that makes use of the fact that retriggering cannot occur during the timing cycle. Figure 17. Divide-by-Three Circuit Waveforms 12 Submit Documentation Feedback Copyright © 1973–2010, Texas Instruments Incorporated Product Folder Link(s): NA555 NE555 SA555 SE555 THRES GND C RL RA VCC (5 V to 15 V) Output DISCH OUT RESET VCC TRIG CONT Modulation Input (see Note A) Clock Input NOTE A: The modulating signal can be direct or capacitively coupled to CONT. For direct coupling, the effects of modulation source voltage and impedance on the bias of the timer should be considered. 4 8 3 7 6 2 5 Pin numbers shown are for the D, JG, P, PS, and PW packages. 1 Voltage − 2 V/div Time − 0.5 ms/div ÏÏÏÏÏÏÏÏÏÏÏÏÏÏÏÏÏÏ Capacitor VoltageÏÏÏÏÏÏÏÏÏÏÏÏÏÏÏÏÏÏÏÏ Output Voltage ÏÏÏÏÏÏÏÏÏÏÏÏÏÏÏÏÏÏÏÏÏÏÏÏ Clock Input Voltage ÏÏÏÏÏÏÏÏÏÏÏÏÏÏÏÏÏÏÏÏÏÏÏÏÏÏÏÏÏÏ RA = 3 kW C = 0.02 mF RL = 1 kW See Figure 18 ÏÏÏÏÏÏÏÏÏÏÏÏÏÏÏÏÏÏÏÏÏ Modulation Input Voltage NA555, NE555, SA555, SE555 www.ti.com SLFS022H –SEPTEMBER 1973–REVISED JUNE 2010 Pulse-Width Modulation The operation of the timer can be modified by modulating the internal threshold and trigger voltages, which is accomplished by applying an external voltage (or current) to CONT. Figure 18 shows a circuit for pulse-width modulation. A continuous input pulse train triggers the monostable circuit, and a control signal modulates the threshold voltage. Figure 19 shows the resulting output pulse-width modulation. While a sine-wave modulation signal is shown, any wave shape could be used. Figure 18. Circuit for Pulse-Width Modulation Figure 19. Pulse-Width-Modulation Waveforms Copyright © 1973–2010, Texas Instruments Incorporated Submit Documentation Feedback 13 Product Folder Link(s): NA555 NE555 SA555 SE555 Voltage − 2 V/div ÎÎÎÎÎÎÎÎÎÎÎÎÎÎÎÎÎÎÎÎÎÎÎÎÎ RA = 3 kW RB = 500 W RL = 1 kW See Figure 20 ÎÎÎÎÎÎÎÎÎÎÎÎÎÎÎÎÎÎÎÎÎÎÎÎ Capacitor Voltage ÎÎÎÎÎÎÎÎÎÎÎÎÎÎÎÎÎÎÎÎ Output Voltage ÎÎÎÎÎÎÎÎÎÎÎÎÎÎÎÎÎÎÎÎÎÎÎÎÎÎÎÎ Modulation Input Voltage Time − 0.1 ms/div RB Modulation Input (see Note A) CONT TRIG RESET VCC OUT DISCH VCC (5 V to 15 V) RL RA C GND THRES NOTE A: The modulating signal can be direct or capacitively coupled to CONT. For direct coupling, the effects of modulation source voltage and impedance on the bias of the timer should be considered. Pin numbers shown are for the D, JG, P, PS, and PW packages. 4 8 3 7 6 2 5 Output NA555, NE555, SA555, SE555 SLFS022H –SEPTEMBER 1973–REVISED JUNE 2010 www.ti.com Pulse-Position Modulation As shown in Figure 20, any of these timers can be used as a pulse-position modulator. This application modulates the threshold voltage and, thereby, the time delay, of a free-running oscillator. Figure 21 shows a triangular-wave modulation signal for such a circuit; however, any wave shape could be used. Figure 20. Circuit for Pulse-Position Modulation Figure 21. Pulse-Position-Modulation Waveforms 14 Submit Documentation Feedback Copyright © 1973–2010, Texas Instruments Incorporated Product Folder Link(s): NA555 NE555 SA555 SE555 S VCC RESET VCC OUT DISCH GND CONT TRIG 4 8 3 7 6 1 5 2 THRES RC CC 0.01 CC = 14.7 mF RC = 100 kW Output C RESET VCC OUT DISCH GND CONT TRIG 4 8 3 7 6 1 5 2 THRES RB 33 kW 0.001 0.01 mF CB = 4.7 mF RB = 100 kW RA = 100 kW Output A Output B CA = 10 mF mF 0.01 mF 0.001 RA 33 kW THRES 2 5 1 6 7 3 4 8 TRIG CONT GND DISCH OUT RESET VCC mF mF CA CB Pin numbers shown are for the D, JG, P, PS, and PW packages. NOTE A: S closes momentarily at t = 0. Voltage − 5 V/div t − Time − 1 s/div ÏÏÏÏÏÏÏÏÏÏÏÏÏÏÏ See Figure 22 ÏÏÏÏÏÏÏÏÏÏÏÏ Output A ÏÏÏÏÏÏÏÏÏÏÏÏÏÏÏÏ Output B ÏÏÏÏÏÏÏÏÏÏÏÏ Output C ÏÏÏÏÏÏÏÏÏÏÏÏ t = 0 ÏÏÏÏÏÏÏÏÏÏÏÏÏÏÏ twC = 1.1 RCCC ÏÏÏÏÏÏ twC ÏÏÏÏÏÏÏÏÏÏÏÏÏÏÏ twB = 1.1 RBCB ÏÏÏÏÏÏÏÏÏÏÏÏÏÏÏ twA = 1.1 RACA ÏÏÏÏÏÏÏÏÏÏÏÏ twA ÏÏÏÏÏÏÏÏÏÏÏÏ twB NA555, NE555, SA555, SE555 www.ti.com SLFS022H –SEPTEMBER 1973–REVISED JUNE 2010 Sequential Timer Many applications, such as computers, require signals for initializing conditions during start-up. Other applications, such as test equipment, require activation of test signals in sequence. These timing circuits can be connected to provide such sequential control. The timers can be used in various combinations of astable or monostable circuit connections, with or without modulation, for extremely flexible waveform control. Figure 22 shows a sequencer circuit with possible applications in many systems, and Figure 23 shows the output waveforms. Figure 22. Sequential Timer Circuit Figure 23. Sequential Timer Waveforms Copyright © 1973–2010, Texas Instruments Incorporated Submit Documentation Feedback 15 Product Folder Link(s): NA555 NE555 SA555 SE555 PACKAGE OPTION ADDENDUM www.ti.com 2-May-2014 Addendum-Page 1 PACKAGING INFORMATION Orderable Device Status (1) Package Type Package Drawing Pins Package Qty Eco Plan (2) Lead/Ball Finish (6) MSL Peak Temp (3) Op Temp (°C) Device Marking (4/5) Samples JM38510/10901BPA ACTIVE CDIP JG 8 1 TBD A42 N / A for Pkg Type -55 to 125 JM38510 /10901BPA M38510/10901BPA ACTIVE CDIP JG 8 1 TBD A42 N / A for Pkg Type -55 to 125 JM38510 /10901BPA NA555D ACTIVE SOIC D 8 75 Green (RoHS & no Sb/Br) CU NIPDAU Level-1-260C-UNLIM -40 to 105 NA555 NA555DG4 ACTIVE SOIC D 8 75 Green (RoHS & no Sb/Br) CU NIPDAU Level-1-260C-UNLIM -40 to 105 NA555 NA555DR ACTIVE SOIC D 8 2500 Green (RoHS & no Sb/Br) CU NIPDAU Level-1-260C-UNLIM -40 to 105 NA555 NA555DRG4 ACTIVE SOIC D 8 2500 Green (RoHS & no Sb/Br) CU NIPDAU Level-1-260C-UNLIM -40 to 105 NA555 NA555P ACTIVE PDIP P 8 50 Pb-Free (RoHS) CU NIPDAU N / A for Pkg Type -40 to 105 NA555P NA555PE4 ACTIVE PDIP P 8 50 Pb-Free (RoHS) CU NIPDAU N / A for Pkg Type -40 to 105 NA555P NE555D ACTIVE SOIC D 8 75 Green (RoHS & no Sb/Br) CU NIPDAU Level-1-260C-UNLIM 0 to 70 NE555 NE555DE4 ACTIVE SOIC D 8 75 Green (RoHS & no Sb/Br) CU NIPDAU Level-1-260C-UNLIM 0 to 70 NE555 NE555DG4 ACTIVE SOIC D 8 75 Green (RoHS & no Sb/Br) CU NIPDAU Level-1-260C-UNLIM 0 to 70 NE555 NE555DR ACTIVE SOIC D 8 2500 Green (RoHS & no Sb/Br) CU NIPDAU | CU SN Level-1-260C-UNLIM 0 to 70 NE555 NE555DRE4 ACTIVE SOIC D 8 2500 Green (RoHS & no Sb/Br) CU NIPDAU Level-1-260C-UNLIM 0 to 70 NE555 NE555DRG3 PREVIEW SOIC D 8 2500 Green (RoHS & no Sb/Br) CU SN Level-1-260C-UNLIM 0 to 70 NE555 NE555DRG4 ACTIVE SOIC D 8 2500 Green (RoHS & no Sb/Br) CU NIPDAU Level-1-260C-UNLIM 0 to 70 NE555 NE555P ACTIVE PDIP P 8 50 Pb-Free (RoHS) CU NIPDAU | CU SN N / A for Pkg Type 0 to 70 NE555P NE555PE3 PREVIEW PDIP P 8 50 TBD Call TI Call TI 0 to 70 PACKAGE OPTION ADDENDUM www.ti.com 2-May-2014 Addendum-Page 2 Orderable Device Status (1) Package Type Package Drawing Pins Package Qty Eco Plan (2) Lead/Ball Finish (6) MSL Peak Temp (3) Op Temp (°C) Device Marking (4/5) Samples NE555PE4 ACTIVE PDIP P 8 50 Pb-Free (RoHS) CU NIPDAU N / A for Pkg Type 0 to 70 NE555P NE555PSLE OBSOLETE SO PS 8 TBD Call TI Call TI 0 to 70 NE555PSR ACTIVE SO PS 8 2000 Green (RoHS & no Sb/Br) CU NIPDAU Level-1-260C-UNLIM 0 to 70 N555 NE555PSRE4 ACTIVE SO PS 8 2000 Green (RoHS & no Sb/Br) CU NIPDAU Level-1-260C-UNLIM 0 to 70 N555 NE555PSRG4 ACTIVE SO PS 8 2000 Green (RoHS & no Sb/Br) CU NIPDAU Level-1-260C-UNLIM 0 to 70 N555 NE555PW ACTIVE TSSOP PW 8 150 Green (RoHS & no Sb/Br) CU NIPDAU Level-1-260C-UNLIM 0 to 70 N555 NE555PWE4 ACTIVE TSSOP PW 8 150 Green (RoHS & no Sb/Br) CU NIPDAU Level-1-260C-UNLIM 0 to 70 N555 NE555PWG4 ACTIVE TSSOP PW 8 150 Green (RoHS & no Sb/Br) CU NIPDAU Level-1-260C-UNLIM 0 to 70 N555 NE555PWR ACTIVE TSSOP PW 8 2000 Green (RoHS & no Sb/Br) CU NIPDAU Level-1-260C-UNLIM 0 to 70 N555 NE555PWRE4 ACTIVE TSSOP PW 8 2000 Green (RoHS & no Sb/Br) CU NIPDAU Level-1-260C-UNLIM 0 to 70 N555 NE555PWRG4 ACTIVE TSSOP PW 8 2000 Green (RoHS & no Sb/Br) CU NIPDAU Level-1-260C-UNLIM 0 to 70 N555 NE555Y OBSOLETE 0 TBD Call TI Call TI 0 to 70 SA555D ACTIVE SOIC D 8 75 Green (RoHS & no Sb/Br) CU NIPDAU Level-1-260C-UNLIM -40 to 85 SA555 SA555DE4 ACTIVE SOIC D 8 75 Green (RoHS & no Sb/Br) CU NIPDAU Level-1-260C-UNLIM -40 to 85 SA555 SA555DG4 ACTIVE SOIC D 8 75 Green (RoHS & no Sb/Br) CU NIPDAU Level-1-260C-UNLIM -40 to 85 SA555 SA555DR ACTIVE SOIC D 8 2500 Green (RoHS & no Sb/Br) CU NIPDAU | CU SN Level-1-260C-UNLIM -40 to 85 SA555 SA555DRE4 ACTIVE SOIC D 8 2500 Green (RoHS & no Sb/Br) CU NIPDAU Level-1-260C-UNLIM -40 to 85 SA555 SA555DRG4 ACTIVE SOIC D 8 2500 Green (RoHS & no Sb/Br) CU NIPDAU Level-1-260C-UNLIM -40 to 85 SA555 SA555P ACTIVE PDIP P 8 50 Pb-Free (RoHS) CU NIPDAU N / A for Pkg Type -40 to 85 SA555P PACKAGE OPTION 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ZigBee Development Kit User’s Guide swru209b swru209b 2/28 Table of contents CC2530 ZIGBEE DEVELOPMENT KIT USER’S GUIDE............................................................................. 1 1 INTRODUCTION..................................................................................................................................... 3 2 ABOUT THIS MANUAL......................................................................................................................... 3 3 ACRONYMS ............................................................................................................................................. 4 4 ZIGBEE DEVELOPMENT KIT CONTENTS ...................................................................................... 5 5 GETTING STARTED .............................................................................................................................. 7 5.1 SETTING UP THE HARDWARE........................................................................................................................ 7 5.2 RUNNING THE PREPROGRAMMED ZIGBEE SENSOR DEMO ........................................................................... 8 5.3 CC2530 PER TEST....................................................................................................................................... 8 5.4 EVALUATE THE CC2530 RADIO USING SMARTRF STUDIO .......................................................................... 8 5.5 DEVELOPING YOUR OWN SOFTWARE WITH THE CC2530............................................................................ 11 5.6 DEVELOPING YOUR OWN HARDWARE WITH THE CC2530 .......................................................................... 11 6 RF TESTING........................................................................................................................................... 12 6.1 TX PARAMETER TESTING BASICS.............................................................................................................. 12 6.2 RX PARAMETER TESTING BASICS.............................................................................................................. 13 7 CC2530EM .............................................................................................................................................. 14 8 CC2531 USB DONGLE.......................................................................................................................... 15 9 SMARTRF05 EVALUATION BOARD................................................................................................ 17 10 SMARTRF05 BATTERY BOARD ....................................................................................................... 18 10.1 JOYSTICK ................................................................................................................................................... 19 10.2 EMCONNECTORS....................................................................................................................................... 19 10.3 EMSELECTION SWITCH............................................................................................................................. 20 10.4 PROBE CONNECTORS.................................................................................................................................. 22 10.5 SOC DEBUG CONNECTOR........................................................................................................................... 22 10.6 CURRENTMEASUREMENT JUMPER ............................................................................................................ 23 11 FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS ................................................................................................ 24 12 REFERENCES........................................................................................................................................ 26 13 DOCUMENT HISTORY........................................................................................................................ 27 APPENDIX A SCHEMATICS.................................................................................................................... 28 swru209b 3/28 1 Introduction Thank you for purchasing the CC2530 ZigBee Development Kit. The CC2530 is Texas Instrument’s second generation ZigBee/IEEE 802.15.4 compliant System-on- Chip with an optimized 8051 MCU core and radio for the 2.4 GHz unlicensed ISM/SRD band. This device enables industrial grade applications by offering state-of-the-art noise immunity, excellent link budget, operation up to 125 degrees and low voltage operation. In addition, the CC2530 provides extensive hardware support for packet handling, data buffering, burst transmissions, data encryption, data authentication, clear channel assessment, link quality indication and packet timing information. Z-Stack™ is TI's ZigBee compliant protocol stack for a growing portfolio of IEEE 802.15.4 products and platforms. Z-Stack support the CC2530 and is compliant with both the ZigBee® 2007 (ZigBee and ZigBee PRO) and ZigBee® 2006 specification. The CC2530 ZigBee Development Kit is well suited for demonstration, evaluation and software development targeting IEEE 802.15.4 and ZigBee compliant applications with the CC2530. The CC2530 product folder on the web [1] has more information, with datasheets, user guides and application notes. For more information about TI’s ZigBee software implementation, refer to the ZStack product folder on the web [7]. This web site also has links for download of Z-stack. 2 About this manual This manual describes all the hardware included in the CC2530 ZigBee Development Kit (CC2530ZDK) and points to other useful information resources. Chapter 4 briefly describes the contents of the development kit and chapter 5 gives a quick introduction to how to get started with the kit. In particular, it describes how to install SmartRF Studio to get the required drivers for the evaluation board, how the hardware can be used, and lists the software that is available for the development kit. Chapter 6 explains some simple methods for performing practical RF testing with the development kit. Chapter 7, 8, and 9 describe the hardware in the kit and where to find more information about how to use it. A troubleshooting guide can be found in chapter 11. The CC2530ZDK Quick Start Guide [9] has a short tutorial on how to get started with this kit. More information and user manuals for the PC tools SmartRF Studio and SmartRF Flash Programmer can be found on their respective product sites on the web [2] [3]. Please visit the CC2530 ZigBee Development Kit [11] web page and CC2530 product page [1] for additional information. Further information can be found on the TI LPRF Online Community [16]. Refer also to the document CC2530DK User’s Guide [13] which gives a detailed description of how to set up the software development environment for the CC2530. This document also lists other available software solutions for CC2530. See chapter 12 for a list of relevant documents and links. swru209b 4/28 3 Acronyms ACM Abstract Control Model BB Battery Board CDC Communications Device Class DK Development Kit EB Evaluation Board EM Evaluation Module HID Human Interface Device IC Integrated Circuit ISM Industrial, Scientific and Medical KB Kilo Byte (1024 byte) LCD Liquid Crystal Display LED Light Emitting Diode LPRF Low Power RF MCU Micro Controller NC Not connected PER Packet Error Rate RF Radio Frequency RX Receive SoC System on Chip SPI Serial Peripheral Interface SRD Short Range Device TI Texas Instruments TX Transmit UART Universal Asynchronous Receive Transmit USB Universal Serial Bus ZDK ZigBee Development Kit Z-Stack TI’s ZigBee software implementation swru209b 5/28 4 ZigBee Development Kit contents The CC2530 ZigBee Development Kit (CC2530ZDK) includes hardware and software that allows quick testing of the CC2530 RF performance and offers a complete platform for development of advanced prototype RF systems and ZigBee applications.  Evaluate the CC2530 and ZigBee right out of the box. The kit can be used to demonstrate a small sensor network application using ZigBee and the CC2530.  Use the CC2530ZDK to do software development of your own ZigBee applications using ZStack ™ for CC2530.  Use SmartRF Studio to perform RF measurements. The radio can be easily configured to measure sensitivity, output power and other RF parameters.  Prototype development. All I/O pins from the CC2530 are available on pin connectors on the SmartRF05EB, allowing easy interconnection to peripherals on the EB board or other external sensors and devices. The CC2530ZDK contains the following components  2 x SmartRF05EB (the two large boards)  5 x SmartRF05 Battery Boards  7 x CC2530 Evaluation Modules (with the CC2530 and antenna connector) o 2 of these CC2530EM’s are pre-programmed with the SensorDemo Collector application1 o 5 of the CC2530EM’s are pre-programmed with the SensorDemo Sensor application  7 x Antennas  1 x CC2531 USB Dongle  Cables  Batteries  Documents Figure 1 - CC2530 ZigBee Development Kit Contents 1 Consult the CC2530ZDK Quick Start Guide [9] and the CC2530ZDK Sensor Demo User’s Guide [10] for a description of the software programmed on the CC2530EM’s. swru209b 6/28 SmartRF05EB The SmartRF05EB (evaluation board) is the main board in the kit with a wide range of user interfaces:  3x16 character serial LCD  Full speed USB 2.0 interface  UART  LEDs  Serial Flash  Potentiometer  Joystick  Buttons The EB is the platform for the evaluation modules (EM) and can be connected to the PC via USB to control the EM. CC2530EM The CC2530EM (evaluation module) contains the RF IC and necessary external components and matching filters for getting the most out of the radio. The module can be plugged into the SmartRF05EB. Use the EM as reference design for RF layout. The schematics are included at the end of this document and the layout files can be found on the web [1]. CC2531 USB Dongle The CC2531 USB Dongle is a fully operational USB device that can be plugged into a PC. The dongle has 2 LEDs, two small pushbuttons and connector holes that allow connection of external sensors or devices. The dongle also has a connector for programming and debugging of the CC2531 USB controller. The dongle comes preprogrammed with firmware such that it can be used as a packet sniffer device. SmartRF05BB The SmartRF05 Battery Board can be used as an alternative to the EB, providing a standalone node when the CC2530EM is connected. It is powered with 2 AA batteries in the sockets underneath the board. The board peripherals include 4 LED’s, 2 push buttons and a joystick. The BB also has a SoC debug connector for connection to an external debug/programming tool e.g. the SmartRF05EB. swru209b 7/28 5 Getting started 5.1 Setting up the hardware After opening the kit, make sure you have all components. Please contact your TI Sales Representative or TI Support [17] if anything is missing. Start by connecting the antennas to the SMA connector on the RF evaluation boards. Tighten the antenna’s screw firmly on to the SMA connector. If not properly connected, you might see reduced RF performance. It is also possible to connect the EM board to RF instruments via coax cables. The EM is designed to match a 50 Ohm load at the SMA connector. Figure 2 CC2530ZDK assembled hardware Next, the evaluation modules should be plugged in to the SmartRF05EB’s and to the SmartRF05BB’s. A ZigBee sensor demo application is preprogrammed on the CC2530EM’s included in this kit. The application consists of two different device types; collectors and sensors. 5 of the CC2530EM’s are programmed as the sensor device type. When running the out of the box demonstration the sensor EM’s shall be connected to the BB’s. The two EM’s programmed as collector device shall be connected to the EB’s. When not using the out of the box demonstration (i.e. the preprogrammed application) e.g, for RF evaluation or software development, all of the 7 EM’s can be used equally. The purpose of the SmartRF05EB is to serve as a general I/O board for testing of the various peripherals of the CC2530 microcontroller. The SmartRF05EB is also used for programming and debugging of the CC2530, and has several useful peripheral devices like LCD, LED’s, I/O connectors, push buttons and joystick etc. The evaluation board can be powered from several different sources:  2 x 1.5V AA batteries (included in this kit)  USB (via the USB connector)  DC power (4 to 10 Volt) (not included in this kit) swru209b 8/28  External regulated power source (not included in this kit) The power source can be selected using jumper P11 on the SmartRF05EB. The SmartRF05EB User’s Guide [6] provides more details. The SmartRF05 Battery Boards (BB) can be used as a standalone device when equipped with a CC2530EM. This board is powered by AA batteries. See section 10 in this document for more information about the SmartRF05BB. After assembling the hardware, you now have several options for working with the CC2530:  Run the Sensor Demo ZigBee application that is preprogrammed on the CC2530’s. The CC2530ZDK Quick Start Guide document [9] included in this kit describes the necessary steps to run the demonstration.  Running the packet error rate (PER) test software available for CC2530EM. Chapter 5.3 describes this application.  Evaluate and explore the RF capabilities of the CC2530 using SmartRF Studio. Chapter 5.4 provides the details how to do so.  Develop your own software for the CC2530. Install IAR Embedded Workbench for 8051 and set up your first software project. Section 5.5 explains how.  Develop your own hardware with the CC2530. See chapter 5.6. 5.2 Running the Preprogrammed ZigBee Sensor Demo The CC2530EM’s are pre-programmed with a Sensor Demo application used to demonstrate a temperature monitoring application in a small ZigBee network. The CC2530ZDK Quick Start Guide document [9] included in this kit describes the necessary steps to run the demonstration. A software package with the source code for the Sensor Demo, and Intel HEX files ready to be programmed on the devices, is available on the CC2530ZDK web site [11]. A detailed description about the Sensor Demo application is found in the document CC2530ZDK Sensor Demo User’s Guide [10]. 5.3 CC2530 PER test A Packet Error Rate (PER) test application is also available for the CC2530. This application can be used to evaluate the RF performance of CC2530 using either the hardware included in the kit or other boards with a CC2530. More information about the PER test application can be found in the documents CC2530DK Quick Start Guide [12] and CC2530 Software Examples User's Guide [13]. A software package with the source code for the PER test application, and Intel HEX files ready to be programmed on the devices, is available on the CC2530DK web site [14]. 5.4 Evaluate the CC2530 Radio using SmartRF Studio SmartRF Studio is a PC application developed for configuration and evaluation of many of the RF-IC products from Texas Instruments, including the CC2530. The application communicates with the CC2530 via the USB controller on the SmartRF05EB board. The USB controller uses the debug interface of the CC2530 to execute commands and to read and write registers. SmartRF Studio lets you explore the radio on the CC2530, as it gives you full overview and access to the radio registers. The tool has a control interface for running basic radio performance tests from the swru209b 9/28 PC. SmartRF Studio also offers a flexible code export function of radio register settings for software developers. Before proceeding, please download and install the latest version of SmartRF Studio from the web [2]. By installing Studio, the USB drivers needed for proper interaction between the PC and the hardware of the CC2530DK will also be installed. In order to use the SmartRF Studio with CC2530, connect the CC2530EM to the SmartRF05EB. Next, connect the SmartRF05EB board to the PC via one of the USB cables included in the kit. If you have installed SmartRF Studio, select automatic installation of driver in the device wizard that appears. The device wizard will only pop up when you turn on the SmartRF05EB and only once for each board. Allow Windows to complete the driver installation before proceeding. With the board connected to the PC, you can start SmartRF Studio. The following window should appear: Figure 3 - CC2530 and SmartRF Studio Make sure you select the tab called “2.4 GHz”. The tab will indicate if there is a board/device connected, and you should see the CC2530 icon highlighted as in the screenshot above. Double click on the CC2530 icon, and a new window will appear. swru209b 10/28 Figure 4 - CC2530 control panel in SmartRF Studio Figure 4 shows the main control panel for the CC2530. It lets you perform a number of operations:  Run TX Test modes for testing of RF output power and spectrum; e.g. by connecting a spectrum analyser or a power meter to the CC2530EM SMA connector to perform RF measurements.  Run Packet TX and RX tests. For this test, you should have two EBs with CC2530EMs connected to the PC. o Double click on both of the devices in the device list in SmartRF Studio (Figure 3), opening two windows, giving control of the two radios at the same time. o Select one device to be the transmitter, by selecting the “Packet TX” tab shown in the lower middle of Figure 4. o On the other device (the receiver), select the “Packet RX” tab. o Set up basic test parameters and press the “Start” button for the receiver. o Now you can start transmission by pressing the “Start” button for the transmitter. o The window will show the number of packets sent on the transmitter side and the number of received packets and signal strength of the last received packet on the receiver side.  Read and/or modify registers and common settings, such as RF frequency (or channel) and output power.  Export RF register values in a user modifiable format by selecting “File  Register Export”. SmartRF Studio offers a lot of possibilities for testing and evaluating the hardware. Download the tool and try it for yourself. swru209b 11/28 5.5 Developing your own software with the CC2530 To develop software and debug an application on the CC2530, it is recommended to use IAR Embedded Workbench. It supports debugging of CC2530 through the SmartRF05EB, so no additional hardware is required. IAR EW8051 is bundled with all the required files for CC2530 to start development:  Register definition header file  Linker command file  Driver and device description file needed for debugging and programming Note that other compilers and linkers can be used, but these tools may have limited debugging capabilities. An evaluation version of IAR Embedded Workbench is included in the ZigBee Development Kit. To install the software, insert the CD and follow the instructions. You will be asked to register on IAR’s web site to get a license key for the product. As the owner of a CC2530 Development Kit, you are entitled to a 60 day evaluation period. The evaluation version in the kit automatically gives you 30 days. Please contact your local IAR sales representative for the additional 30-days evaluation period. For a list of sales offices and distributors in your country, please see this site: http://www.iar.com/contact. Refer also to the CC2530DK User’s Guide [13] which will guide you through the steps of setting up your own IAR project from scratch. The CC2530DK User’s Guide [13] also gives a brief overview of complete software solutions for CC2530 from Texas Instruments. TI’s ZigBee compliant protocol stack Z-Stack™ can be downloaded from the product folder [7]. This software is needed in order to develop ZigBee application for the CC2530. The product folder include downloads of Z-Stack™ for the various TI platforms. Make sure the version for CC2530 is selected. After installation refer to the Z-stack User’s Guide document found in the installation folders of ZStack ™. The default root installation path for Z-Stack is C:\Texas Instruments\. A software package with the source code for the Sensor Demo, and Intel HEX files ready to be programmed on the devices, is available on the CC2530ZDK web site [11]. This package also includes the CC2530ZDK Sensor Demo User’s Guide giving information about how to set up the software example in the IAR development environment. 5.6 Developing your own hardware with the CC2530 It is recommended to use the CC2530EM as a reference design when designing new hardware using the CC2530. The CC2530EM reference design files can be downloaded from the CC2530 product folder on the web [1]. swru209b 12/28 6 RF Testing NB! When running RF performance tests, it is recommended to disable all other peripherals on the SmartRF05EB in order to avoid unwanted noise on the on-board voltage. In particular, make sure the RS232 level converter/line driver is disabled. RF testing can be performed by using SmartRF Studio together with the Development Kit. The basic set-up is described in section 5.4. As described in that chapter, SmartRF Studio can be used to set up basic tests and tune RF registers accordingly. Since the CC2530 evaluation board is equipped with an SMA connector, both radiated (via antenna) and conducted (via cable) tests can be performed, and it is easy to hook the EM up to RF measurement equipment. The RF equipment may be connected in two different ways.  To measure radiated performance, connect an appropriate antenna to the spectrum analyzer or power meter and an antenna on the EM board.  To measure conducted performance, connect a 50 Ohm coaxial cable directly from the EM to the RF equipment. Figure 5 - RF Test Set-Up with a Spectrum analyzer By using good-quality RF cabling, the loss in the cabling should be negligible. However make sure that the spectrum analyzer is calibrated. If possible, check it against a calibrated instrument such as an RF signal generator. Uncalibrated spectrum analyzers can display errors of several dBs. 6.1 TX Parameter Testing Basics To investigate the TX performance of the CC2530, you can either use a Spectrum Analyzer or an RF Power Meter. Use the “Simple TX” test mode in SmartRF Studio to set up the device to transmit a signal at the desired frequency. Both a modulated or unmodulated carrier signal can be generated. Use the RF Power Meter to observe the output power or the spectrum analyzer to observe the spectrum and to measure the error vector magnitude (EVM). swru209b 13/28 6.2 RX Parameter Testing Basics To investigate the RX performance of the CC2530, you can use a signal generator or “Packet TX” in SmartRF Studio (with another EB+EM) to generate the packets to receive. The receiver can be configured by using the “Packet RX” test feature in SmartRF Studio. By adding a jammer (a third node that generates either noise on the same channel or a strong signal on an adjacent channel) it is also possible to measure co-channel rejection and selectivity/blocking performance. The PER test application, that was described in section 5.3, can be used for simple sensitivity measurements with the CC2530EM and/or with your own prototype hardware. In this case, connect the unit you want to test to a known good transmitter with coaxial cables and attenuators. Add more attenuators until the PER value is 1%. The signal strength at the receiver side is then the sensitivity limit of the system. For more information regarding sensitivity measurements, refer to “Design Note 2 – Practical Sensitivity Testing” [15]. swru209b 14/28 7 CC2530EM Figure 6 - CC2530 Evaluation Module The CC2530EM is a complete RF module based on one of the recommended reference designs for the CC2530 radio. The module is equipped with a 32 MHz crystal, a 32.768 kHz crystal, external passive components for the balun and antenna match filter, an SMA connector for the antenna or any other RF instrument connection and general IO headers/connectors. The table below shows the pin-out from the CC2530 to the two connectors on the backside of the evaluation module. CC2530 Signal P1 P1 CC2530 Signal CC2530 Signal P2 P2 CC2530 Signal GND 1 2 - - 1 2 - P0.4 3 4 P1.3 - 3 4 - P0.1 5 6 P1.0 - 5 6 - P0.2 7 8 - VDD 7 8 - P0.3 9 10 P2.1 VDD 9 10 - P0.0 11 12 P2.2 - 11 12 - P1.1 13 14 P1.4 - 13 14 - P0.6 15 16 P1.5 RESET 15 16 - P0.7 17 18 P1.6 P1.2 17 18 P0.5 GND 19 20 P1.7 P2.0 19 20 - Table 1 - CC2530EM pin-out The part number of the EM connector is SFM-110-02-SM-D-A-K-TR from Samtec. It mates with the TFM-110-02-SM-D-A-K-TR, also from Samtec. Please refer to the reference design on the web [1] for further details. CC2530F256 32 kHz Crystal 32MHz Crystal SMA antenna connector EM Connector P2 (Bottom side) EM Connector P1 (Bottom side) swru209b 15/28 8 CC2531 USB Dongle Figure 7 - CC2531 USB Dongle The USB dongle that is included in the kit comes preprogrammed such that it can be used together with the SmartRF Packet Sniffer [4] to capture packets going over the air. To use the dongle as a sniffer, just install the Packet Sniffer PC application (available on the web [4]), plug in the USB dongle and start capturing packets. The Packet Sniffer User Manual [5] has more information. The USB dongle can also be used as a general development board for USB and RF software. There is a USB firmware library available from the TI web pages with an implementation of a complete USB framework, including examples showing both HID and CDC ACM. There is a link to this library on the CC2530 DK web pages [14]. Table 2 shows which CC2531 signals are connected to what IO on the dongle. IO Connector CC2531 Dongle User IO CC2531 1 P0.2 Green LED P0.0 2 P0.3 Red LED P1.1 3 P0.4 Button S1 P1.2 4 P0.5 Button S2 P1.3 5 P1.7 6 P1.6 7 P1.5 8 P1.4 Table 2 - CC2531 USB Dongle Pinout In order to debug and program firmware on the CC2531, the CC2531 USB dongle can be connected to the SmartRF05EB as shown in the picture below. The small adapter board and flat cable is included in the development kit. IO Connector Meandred F-antenna CC2531F256 Button S1 Button S2 LEDs Debug connector Voltage regulator swru209b 16/28 Figure 8 - CC2531 USB Dongle connected to SmartRF05EB The debug connector on the CC2531 USB Dongle matches the debug connector on the SmartRF05EB (and the CC Debugger). Note that, by default, the CC2531 dongle is not powered through the debug connector, so an external power source must be used while programming. The easiest solution is to connect it to a USB port on the PC. Alternatively, resistor R2 can be mounted. The table below shows the pin out of the debug connector. Pin # Connection 1 GND 2 VCC 3 CC2531 P2.2 (DC) 4 CC2531 P2.1 (DD) 5 NC 6 NC 7 CC2531 RESET 8 NC 9 Optional external VCC (R2 must be mounted) 10 NC Table 3 – CC2531 USB Dongle Debug Connector Refer to the schematics (in the appendices) for additional details. swru209b 17/28 9 SmartRF05 Evaluation Board The SmartRF05 Evaluation Board is thoroughly described in the SmartRF05EB User’s Guide [6]. That document will describe the hardware features in detail and provide the schematics for the board. swru209b 18/28 10 SmartRF05 Battery Board Figure 9 SmartRF05 Battery Board The SmartRF05 Battery Board is a smaller and simpler board than the SmartRF05EB. The Battery Board can together with an EM be used as a standalone node. Figure 9 shows the SmartRF05 Battery Board. The Battery Board is powered with 2 AA batteries placed in the battery connectors underneath the board. The peripherals that are available include 2 push buttons, a joystick with 5 directions and 4 LED’s of different colours that can be controlled via the EM. There are 2 switches on the SmartRF05 Battery Board:  The Power switch P6 used to switch the board’s power supply on/off.  The EM selection switch. NB: The EM selection switch shall be placed in position SoC/TRX when using a SoC EM such as CC2530EM or a transceiver EM is connected to the Battery Board. The position MSP is used when the CCMSP-EM430F2618 board (not part of this kit) is connected. More information about the EM Selection switch is found in section 10.3. The following sections give the pin out of the different connectors on the SmartRF05 Battery Board. Refer to the schematics (in the appendices) and layout (available on the web) for additional details. 256kB SPI EM Flash Module Connectors Joystick EM Selection Switch LEDs Probe Connectors Push Buttons Power Switch swru209b 19/28 10.1 Joystick The joystick detects five positions (centre, up, down, left, right) and one event (pushed). The two aggregated signals, JOY_MOVE and JOY_LEVEL, are used to detect a joystick event when using a SoC (e.g. the CC2530). JOY_MOVE is high whenever the joystick is moved away from the centre position, including pushing. The other signal, JOY_LEVEL, is a voltage level signal that gives different values depending on the current position of the joystick. The table below shows these values. Note that the voltage levels are relative to the voltage on the board. Joystick position JOY_LEVEL (Volts) Up 0.31 Down 1.16 Left 1.62 Right 1.81 Centre 2.12 Table 4 - Voltage on JOY_LEVEL for different joystick positions (T=25°C, Vdd=3.0V) When the EM selection switch is in position MSP, there are 5 discrete signals in addition to JOY_MOVE and JOY_LEVEL to be used to distinguish which direction the joystick was pressed. These 5 discrete signals are not used with CC2530 - only with the CCMSP-EM430F2618 board (not part of this kit). The discrete signals are routed to the EM connectors. See section 10.2 for details. 10.2 EM connectors The EM connectors P1 and P2 are used to connect an EM to the Battery Board. The pin out for these connectors is shown below. Table 1 in section 7 gives information about how the signals of the EM connectors are connected to the CC2530 on the EM board. Note that some of the signals are shared, e.g. IO_LED4_SOC/IO_BUTTON1. This means that the signal is shared between IO’s on the board; in this case both LED 4 when in SoC mode and Button 1. Pressing Button 1 will affect the state of LED 4. Similarly, if a SoC is toggling LED 4, it cannot read from Button 1 at the same time. Function on BB Pin Pin Function on BB GND 1 2 GND Not in use on BB 3 4 FLASH_CS IO_LED4_SOC/IO_BUTTON1 5 6 IO_LED1 Not in use on BB 7 8 JOYSTICK_RT Not in use on BB 9 10 SoC Debug P3.4 Not in use on BB 11 12 SoC Debug P3.3 IO_LED2_SOC 13 14 CS & SoC Debug P3.5 JOY_LEVEL 15 16 SCLK & SoC Debug P3.6 Not in use on BB 17 18 MOSI & SoC Debug P3.8 GND 19 20 MISO & SoC Debug P3.10 Table 5 - EM connector P1 pin-out swru209b 20/28 Function on BB Pin Pin Function on BB JOYSTICK_PUSH 1 2 GND NC 3 4 IO_LED2_MSP Not in use on BB 5 6 IO_LED3_MSP VCC_EM 7 8 IO_LED4_MSP VCC_EM 9 10 NC JOYSTICK_UP 11 12 Not in use on BB JOYSTICK_LEFT 13 14 Not in use on BB SoC Debug P3.7 & Flash Reset 15 16 IO_BUTTON2 Not in use on BB 17 18 Not in use on BB JOY_MOVE 19 20 Not in use on BB Table 6 EM connector P2 pin out 10.3 EM Selection Switch The EM selection switch on SmartRF05BB controls a multiplexer on the board that allows either a connected RF SoC EM or an MSP430 add-on board to access all four LEDs on the evaluation board. The limitation was caused by the particular pin-out on the RF evaluation modules that needed to be backwards compatible with other boards and test equipment. Figure 10 - EM Selection Switch (P8) The switch will both affect the operation of the LEDs and Button 1. NB: The EM Selection switch shall be placed in position SoC/TRX when the CC2530EM is used with SmartRF05BB. swru209b 21/28 Figure 11 - Switch P8 effect on LED 1-4 Due to lack of pins, some of the signals are shared. The chip select signal to the EM will also be affected when LED3 is used by the SoC (e.g. CC2530). In most cases, this will not be a problem, since the SoC does not, by default, implement a SPI slave. When LED4 is used by the SoC, the signal from Button 1 might interfere. In short, Button 1 and LED 4 can not be used simultaneously by the SoC. Figure 12 - Switch P8 effect on Button 1 The EM Selection switch will change the polarity of button number 1. In the MSP position, the button is active low, i.e. low voltage when the button is pressed. In the inactive position, the level is high (signal is pulled up by a 10k Ohm resistor). In the SoC position, the button is active high, i.e. high voltage when the button is pressed. In the inactive position, the level is low (signal is pulled down by a 10k Ohm resistor). Note that it is possible to use this feature to determine the position of switch P8 (assuming the button is not pressed). swru209b 22/28 10.4 Probe connectors The probe connectors P4 and P5 bring out all the signals from the EM connectors for probing purposes. The connectors allow easy access to I/O signals and to connect prototyping boards. The pin-out of these connectors are shown below. Function on BB Signal name Pin Pin Signal name Function on BB NC NC 1 2 NC NC Not in use on BB EM_P2_14 3 4 EM_P1_04 FLASH_CS Not in use on BB EM_P2_12 5 6 EM_P1_13 IO_LED2_SOC IO_LED4_SOC/IO_BUT TON1 EM_P1_05 7 8 EM_P1_10 SoC Debug P3.4 Not in use on BB EM_P1_07 9 10 EM_P1_12 SoC Debug P3.3 Not in use on BB EM_P1_09 11 12 EM_P1_20 MISO & SoC Debug P3.10 Not in use on BB EM_P1_03 13 14 EM_P1_14 IO_LED3_SOC & SoC Debug P3.5 Not in use on BB EM_P2_18 15 16 EM_P1_16 SCLK & SoC Debug P3.6 Not in use on BB EM_P1_17 17 18 EM_P1_18 MOSI & SoC Debug P3.8 Not in use on BB EM_P2_20 19 20 GND GND Table 7 I/O connector P4 pin out Function on BB Signal name Pin Pin Signal name Function on BB NC NC 1 2 NC NC VCC_EM VCC_EM 3 4 EM_P1_06 IO_LED1 Not in use on BB EM_P2_05 5 6 EM_P2_04 IO_LED2_MSP JOYSTICK_RT EM_P1_08 7 8 EM_P2_06 IO_LED3_MSP JOYSTICK_DN EM_P1_02 9 10 EM_P2_08 IO_LED4_MSP JOYSTICK_UP EM_P2_11 11 12 EM_P1_11 Not in use on BB JOYSTICK_LEFT EM_P2_13 13 14 EM_P2_15 SoC Debug P3.7 & Flash Reset JOYSTICK_PUSH EM_P2_01 15 16 EM_P2_16 IO_BUTTON2 JOY_LEVEL EM_P1_15 17 18 EM_P2_17 Not in use on BB JOY_MOVE EM_P2_19 19 20 GND GND Table 8 I/O connector P5 pin out 10.5 SoC Debug connector The SoC debug connector P3 is used to program and debug the SoC on the connected EM with an external programmer/debug tool. The SmartRF05EB can be used for this purpose by connecting a cable to P3 on the Battery Board as shown in Figure 13 below. swru209b 23/28 Figure 13 Program/debug with SmartRF05EB The pin out of this connector is depicted below. For debugging and programming of the SoC the following signals are used; SoC RESET_N, DD and DC. In addition GND and +3.3V shall be connected. Figure 14 SmartRF05BB SoC Debug Connector As seen on Figure 14 also the SPI signals CS, MISO, MOSI and SCLK can be found on this connector. 10.6 Current Measurement Jumper Jumper P7, also called V_EM, has been added to the board to simplify current consumption measurements. By removing the jumper, an Ampere Meter can easily be connected to the board to perform current consumption measurements. Similarly, a separate, regulated power supply for the EM can be connected. Refer to the schematics (in the appendices) for further details. swru209b 24/28 11 Frequently Asked Questions Q1 When connecting the SmartRF05EB to my PC via USB, the dialog window below appears. Why? What should I do? A1 The SmartRF05EB will be recognized as a USB device by the operating system, and it will ask the user to provide information about which USB driver that should be associated with the device. If you have installed SmartRF Studio, just follow the instructions and select “Automatic installation”. Windows should find the required driver (cebal2.sys), as specified in an .inf file. Both files (.inf and .sys) are included in the SmartRF installation. If you have not installed SmartRF Studio, it is recommended that you do so before proceeding. Both the SmartRF Studio User Manual and SmartRF05EB User’s Guide has more details. Q2 SmartRF05EB with the CC2530EM is not detected by IAR/SmartRF Studio. Why? A2 Make sure you have installed SmartRF Studio as described in section 5.4. Then verify that the device is associated with the correct driver by opening the Device Manager on your PC. When the EB is connected, the “Cebal controlled devices” list contains “SmartRF05EB”. If the board is listed as an unknown device, please follow the steps outlined in the SmartRF05EB User’s Guide. swru209b 25/28 Q3 How can I measure the current consumption of the CC2530? A3 The easiest way to measure current consumption of the chip in various modes is to connect the EM directly to the SmartRF05EB and disconnect everything on the board that consumes power by removing all jumpers. The jumper on header P13 should not be removed. Connect the ampere meter between the two terminals on P15. On P10, the jumper for the EM_RESET signal (connector 35-36) should be mounted. On P1, no jumpers are required, but in order to control the SoC from a debugger, mount a jumper between 19-20 (DBG_DD) and 21-22 (DBG_DD). Make sure the RS232 Enable switch is in the “disable” position. Use SmartRF Studio to set the radio in different modes (RX, TX, etc.), or download an application on the CC2530 setting the device in the preferred state. Q4 Can I use another compiler than IAR to develop software for CC2530? A4 Yes, there are several tools available that can be used for CC2530. Any 8051 compiler (e.g. Keil, GCC, and SDCC) can, in theory, be used. Note that these tools may have limited debugging support for CC2530. When working with the TI Z-Stack (and RemoTI) stack for CC253x, you must use IAR Embedded Workbench for 8051. swru209b 26/28 12 References [1] CC2530 product web site http://focus.ti.com/docs/prod/folders/print/cc2530.html [2] SmartRF Studio product web site http://focus.ti.com/docs/toolsw/folders/print/smartrftm-studio.html [3] SmartRF Flash Programmer product web site http://focus.ti.com/docs/toolsw/folders/print/flash-programmer.html [4] SmartRF Packet Sniffer http://focus.ti.com/docs/toolsw/folders/print/packet-sniffer.html [5] SmartRF Packet Sniffer User Manual http://www.ti.com/lit/swru187 [6] SmartRF05EB User’s Guide http://www.ti.com/lit/swru210 [7] Z-Stack http://www.ti.com/z-stack [8] CC2530 Software Examples User’s Guide http://www.ti.com/lit/swru137 [9] CC2530ZDK Quick Start Guide http://www.ti.com/lit/swra274 [10]CC2530ZDK Sensor Demo User’s Guide http://www.ti.com/lit/swru225 [11]CC2530ZDK web site http://focus.ti.com/docs/toolsw/folders/print/cc2530zdk.html [12]CC2530DK Quick Start Guide http://www.ti.com/lit/swra273 [13]CC2530DK User’s Guide http://www.ti.com/lit/swru208 [14]CC2530DK web site http://focus.ti.com/docs/toolsw/folders/print/cc2530dk.html [15]DN002 -- Practical Sensitivity Testing http://www.ti.com/lit/swra097 [16] Texas Instruments Low Power RF Online Community http://www.ti.com/lprf-forum [17] Texas Instruments Support http://support.ti.com swru209b 27/28 13 Document history Revision Date Description/Changes B 2011-04-05 Clarified that IAR EW8051 is required when working with the Z-Stack. Updated screenshots of SmartRF Studio. Include updated schematics. Fixed a few typos. A 2009-08-04 Added SmartRF05 Battery Board schematics - 2009-06-08 First revision. swru209b 28/28 Appendix A Schematics Please refer to the following pages for the schematics for  CC2530 Evaluation Module  CC2531 USB Dongle  SmartRF05 Evaluation Board  SmartRF05 Battery Board The reference design for the CC2530 evaluation module can be found on the CC2530 web page [1]. P0.5 VDD VDD 3 1 X1 X_32.000/10/15/30/16 1 2 C254 C_2P2_0402_NP0_C_50 2 1 L261 L_2N0_0402_S 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 P1.5 P1.4 P1.3 P1.1 P1.0 P0.7 P0.6 P0.4 P0.3 P0.2 P0.1 P0.0 Reset P2.2 P2.1 P1.7 P1.6 P0_5 XOSC32M_Q1 P1_5 DVDD RBIAS AVDD2 AVDD5/AVDD_SOC P0_6 P0_7 P0_4 P1_6 P0_2 P1_7 AVDD_DREG P0_0 DVDD_USB DGND_USB USB_M P0_1 P0_3 GND USB_P AVDD4 AVDD3 DCOUPL P1_0 P1_4 AVDD1 AVDD_GUARD RESET_N P2_4 XOSC32M_Q2 P1_1 P1_3 P1_2 RF_P P2_2 P2_3 P2_0 RF_N P2_1 U1 CC2530_TX_REDES 1 2 C251 C_18P_0402_NP0_J_50 1 2 L1 L_BEAD_102_0402 2 1 C401 C_1U_0402_X5R_K_6P3 1 2 C271 C_100N_0402_X5R_K_10 1 2 P4 PINROW_1x2 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 P0.4 P1.3 P0.1 P1.0 P0.2 P0.3 P2.1 P0.0 P2.2 P1.1 P1.4 P0.6 P1.5 P0.7 P1.6 P1.7 P1 SMD_SOCKET_2X10 1 2 3 4 5 P3 SMA_SMD 1 2 C211 C_100N_0402_X5R_K_10 1 2 R301 R_56K_0402_F 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 P1.2 P2.0 P2 SMD_SOCKET_2X10 1 2 L252 L_2N0_0402_S 1 2 L251 L_0402 1 2 C311 C_100N_0402_X5R_K_10 1 2 C241 C_100N_0402_X5R_K_10 1 2 C101 C_100N_0402_X5R_K_10 4 1 X2 X_32.768/20/50/40/12 1 2 C221 C_27P_0402_NP0_J_50 1 2 C252 C_1P0_0402_NP0_C_50 1 2 C1 C_2U2_0402_X5R_M_4VDC 1 2 C253 C_0402 1 2 C231 C_27P_0402_NP0_J_50 1 2 C391 C_1U_0402_X5R_K_6P3 1 2 C272 C_220P_0402_NP0_J_50 1 2 C261 C_18P_0402_NP0_J_50 1 2 C262 C_1P0_0402_NP0_C_50 1 2 C255 C_0402 1 2 C331 C_15P_0402_NP0_J_50 1 2 C321 C_15P_0402_NP0_J_50 FM2 FIDUCIAL_MARK FM1 FIDUCIAL_MARK FM3 FIDUCIAL_MARK FM4 FIDUCIAL_MARK FM5 FIDUCIAL_MARK FM6 FIDUCIAL_MARK A4 SCALE SHEET APPROVALS DATE DWG NO. REV. DWG COMPANY NAME ISSUED CHECKED DRAWN SIZE FSCM NO. CONTRACT NO. Texas Instruments 1 (1) NN 1.3.1 CC2530EM Discrete 025104 TIK VOLTAGE REGULATOR SoC periferials RF-SoC PART P1_1/LED P1_2 P0_2 P0_3 PA_DM P0_0 PA_DP P1_4 P1_5 P1_6 P1_7 P2_1 P2_2 RESET_N P0_4 P0_5 P1_0/LED P1_3 P0_0 P0_2 P0_3 P0_4 P0_5 P1_0/LED P1_1/LED P1_2 P1_3 P1_4 P1_5 P1_6 P1_7 P2_1 P2_2 PA_DP PA_DM RESET_N 1 FM2 FIDUCIAL_MARK_1mm 1 FM3 FIDUCIAL_MARK_1mm 1 FM1 FIDUCIAL_MARK_1mm Including PCB antenna CONTRACT NO. SIZE FSCM NO. DRAWN CHECKED ISSUED COMPANY NAME DWG DWG NO. REV. APPROVALS DATE SCALE SHEET A4 1(4) - USB Connector - Buttons - LEDs - SMD sockets Generated voltage: 3.3 V for CC2531 Texas Instruments CC2531 USB dongle 2.4 025104 TIK MAP VCC_EXT 3.3V VBUS Gnd In Out /EN NC VREG U2 TPS76933 1 2 R2 R_0402 1 2 C2 C_4U7_0603_X5R_K_6 1 2 C1 C_1U_0603_X5R_L_6P3 1 2 R1 R_2_0402_F 1 2 R3 R_0_0402 1 2 C3 C_0402 CONTRACT NO. SIZE FSCM NO. DRAWN CHECKED ISSUED COMPANY NAME DWG DWG NO. REV. APPROVALS DATE SCALE SHEET A4 CC2531 USB DONGLE VOLTAGE REGULATOR Not mount: C3, R2 2(4) To CC2531 From PC Texas Instruments 2.4 025104 TIK MAP P0_0 P0_2 P0_3 P0_4 P0_5 P1_0/LED P1_1/LED P1_2 P1_3 P1_4 P1_5 P1_6 P1_7 P2_1 P2_2 PA_DP PA_DM RESET_N VCC 3.3V 1 2 C241 C_100N_0402_X5R_K_10 1 2 C211 C_100N_0402_X5R_K_10 C5 C_0P5_0402_NP0_B_50 1 2 C311 C_100N_0402_X5R_K_10 1 2 C271 C_100N_0402_X5R_K_10 1 2 C221 C_27P_0402_NP0_J_50 1 2 C4 C_2U2_0402_X5R_M_4VDC 1 2 C272 C_220P_0402_NP0_J_50 1 2 C391 C_1U_0402_X5R_K_6P3 1 2 C201 C_1N_0402_NP0_J_50 1 2 R301 R_56K_0402_F 2 1 C401 C_1U_0402_X5R_K_6P3 1 2 C41 C_10P_0402_NP0_J_50 3 1 X1 X_32.000/10/15/30/16 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 P0_5 P1_5 RBIAS AVDD2 P0_6 P0_7 P0_4 P1_6 P0_2 P1_7 P0_0 DVDD_USB DGND_USB P0_1 P0_3 GND AVDD4 AVDD3 DCOUPL P1_0 P1_4 AVDD1 RESET_N P2_4 P1_1 P1_3 P1_2 RF_P P2_2 P2_3 P2_0 RF_N P2_1 DVDD2 DVDD1 AVDD5 AVDD6 XOSC_Q2 XOSC_Q1 USB_M USB_P U1 CC2531 1 2 C231 C_27P_0402_NP0_J_50 1 2 L1 L_BEAD_102_0402 2 1 A2 ANTENNA_IIFA_1_LEFT 2 R9 R_0_0402 1 3 2 4 5 6 B1 JTI_2450BM15A0002 1 2 R201 R_2K2_0402_G 1 2 C101 C_100N_0402_X5R_K_10 L301 L_6N8_0402_J CONTRACT NO. SIZE FSCM NO. DRAWN CHECKED ISSUED COMPANY NAME DWG DWG NO. REV. APPROVALS DATE SCALE SHEET A4 3(4) Texas Instruments CC2531 USB DONGLE RF-PART 2.4 025104 TIK MAP P1_1/LED P1_2 P0_2 P0_3 PA_DM P0_0 PA_DP P1_4 P1_5 P1_6 P1_7 P2_2 P2_1 RESET_N P0_4 P0_5 P1_0/LED P1_3 3.3V VBUS 3.3V 3.3V VCC_EXT 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 IO BL_31_008U_NO_SILK 1 2 3 4 5 6 DVBUS Shield GND D+ Shield P1 USB_A 1 2 R21 R_33_0402_G 1 2 R31 R_33_0402_G 1 2 R91 R_0_0402 1 2 R71 R_270_0402_F 2 1 D2 LED_EL19-21SYGC 1 2 R92 R_0402 1 2 C31 C_47P_0402_NP0_J_50 1 2 R11 R_270_0402_F 1 2 R32 R_1K5_0402_G 1 2 S2 PUSH_BUTTON_SKRK 1 2 S1 PUSH_BUTTON_SKRK 2 1 D1 LED_EL19-21SURC 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 DEBUG STL21 1 2 C21 C_47P_0402_NP0_J_50 CONTRACT NO. SIZE FSCM NO. DRAWN CHECKED ISSUED COMPANY NAME DWG DWG NO. REV. APPROVALS DATE SCALE SHEET A4 4(4) LED_Green CC2531 USB dongle USB circuitry SoC debug/flash button_P_1_3 Texas Instruments LED_Red button_P_1_2 2.4 025104 USB Interface Not mount: R92, IO TIK Additional testpins MAP Power Supply Joystick RS-232 User Interface USB Interface EM Interface POWER_PS VCC_EM VCC_IO VBUS +3.3V USB JOYSTICK_PUSH JOYSTICK_UP JOYSTICK_RT JOYSTICK_DN JOYSTICK_LT JOY_MOVE JOY_LEVEL EM_UART_TX EM_UART_RTS EM_UART_RX EM_UART_CTS VCC_IO IO_POT_R IO_BUTTON2 IO_LED1 IO_LED2_MSP IO_LED2_SOC IO_LED3_MSP IO_LED3_SOC IO_LED4_MSP IO_BUTTON1/IO_LED4_SOC IO_LCD_MODE IO_LCD_CS IO_FLASH_CS VCC_IO USB_IO_RESET IO_MISO IO_MOSI IO_SCLK USB_EM_RESET IO_EM_RESET USB_EM_RESET USB_SCLK USB_CS USB_MOSI USB_MISO USB_LCD_CS USB_UART_RX USB_UART_TX USB_UART_CTS USB_UART_RTS USB_DBG_DC USB_DBG_DD USB_LCD_MODE +3.3V USB VBUS USB_IO_RESET USB_JOY_MOVE USB_DBG_DD_DIR EM_UART_CTS EM_UART_RTS EM_UART_TX EM_UART_RX EM_SCLK EM_MISO EM_MOSI EM_CS/EM_LED3_SOC EM_LCD_CS EM_LCD_MODE EM_FLASH_CS VCC_EM POWER_PS EM_BUTTON1/EM_LED4_SOC EM_BUTTON2 EM_JOY_LEVEL EM_POT_R EM_LED2_MSP EM_LED3_MSP EM_LED2_SOC EM_LED4_MSP JOYSTICK_UP JOYSTICK_DN JOYSTICK_LT JOYSTICK_RT JOYSTICK_PUSH EM_DBG_DD EM_DBG_DC EM_RESET EM_LED1 EM_JOY_MOVE EM_DBG_DD_DIR EM_SNIFF_CLK EM_SNIFF_DATA EM_SNIFF_SFD EM_SNIFF_MISO FM1 FIDUCIAL_MARK FM2 FIDUCIAL_MARK FM4 FIDUCIAL_MARK FM3 FIDUCIAL_MARK FM6 FIDUCIAL_MARK H1 PCB_FEET_19 H2 PCB_FEET_19 H3 PCB_FEET_19 H4 PCB_FEET_19 FM5 FIDUCIAL_MARK 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 P10 PINROW_2X18 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 P1 PINROW_2X18 A3 SCALE SHEET APPROVALS DATE DWG NO. REV. DWG COMPANY NAME ISSUED CHECKED DRAWN SIZE FSCM NO. - LCD - Flash - Potmeter - Buttons - LEDs Sheet 7 Sheet 3 1.8.1 Sheet 6 - CC2511 - CC2511 debug - USB port - RS232 driver - RS232 port - On/Off jumper - EM connection - External SoC debug TI Norway, LPW Sheet 2 02587 1(7) IO peripherals jumpers All mount as default CONTRACT NO. - Regulators - Power jumpers - Battery - Joystick (EM_CS/EM_LED3_SOC) Sheet 4 USB MCU IO jumpers Default setting: 1-2: open 3-4: open 5-6: mount 7-8: mount 9-10: open 11-12: open 13-14: open 15-16: open 17-18: mount 19-20: mount 21-22: mount 23-24: mount 25-26: mount 27-28: mount 29-30: mount 31-32: mount 33-34: mount 35-36: mount Sheet 5 PEH SmartRF05EB Top Level USB_EM_RESET USB_SCLK USB_CS USB_MOSI USB_MISO USB_LCD_CS USB_UART_RX USB_UART_TX USB_UART_CTS USB_UART_RTS USB_DBG_DC USB_DBG_DD USB_LCD_MODE +3.3V USB VBUS USB_IO_RESET USB_JOY_MOVE USB_DBG_DD_DIR USB_RESET USB_RESET +3.3V USB +3.3V USB +3.3V USB VCC_IO VCC_IO +3.3V USB VCC_IO 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 P2 PINROW_2X5 1 2 3 4 GND X1 X_48.000/15/18/60/16 1 2 C35 C_100N_0603_X7R_K_50 1 2 C37 C_2U2_0603_X5R_K_10 1 2 3 4 56789 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 AVDD AVDD AVDD AVDD P2_0 RESET_N RF_N RF_P PADM P2_2 PADP XOSC_Q1 XOSC_Q2 DGUARD P1_7 P2_1 DCOUPL P1_6 P1_4 P1_1/LED P1_0/LED P1_2 P1_3 P1_5 P0_0/ATEST P0_3 P0_1 P0_2 P0_4 P0_5 P2_4/XOSC32_Q2 P2_3/XOSC32_Q1 DVDD DVDD RBIAS GND Exposed AVDD_DREG U3 CC2511 1 2 3 4 5 6 DVBUS Shield GND D+ Shield P12 USB_B 1 2 C17 C_100N_0603_X7R_K_50 1 2 C18 C_100N_0603_X7R_K_50 1 2 C2 C_47P_0603_NP0_J_50 1 2 R18 R_0603 1 2 R10 R_0_0603 1 2 R11 R_33_0603_G 1 2 L4 L_BEAD_102_0603 1 2 R9 R_1K5_0603_G 1 2 C3 C_47P_0603_NP0_J_50 1 2 R42 R_10K_0603_G 1 2 R12 R_33_0603_G 1 2 C6 C_10N_0603_X7R_K_50 1 2 C34 C_220P_0603_NP0_J_50 1 2 C36 C_100N_0603_X7R_K_50 1 2 R44 R_56K_0603_F 1 2 C20 C_33P_0603_NP0_J_50 1 2 C19 C_33P_0603_NP0_J_50 1 2 C33 C_220P_0603_NP0_J_50 1 2 R43 R_270_0603_J 1 2 D6 LED_CL150YCD 1 2 R52 R_10K_0603_G 1 2 R41 R_10K_0603_G 1 2 R60 R_10K_0603_G 1 2 S3 PUSH_BUTTON_SKRK 1 2 S4 PUSH_BUTTON_SKRK 1 2 C16 C_1U_0603_X5R_K_10 A3 SCALE SHEET APPROVALS DATE DWG NO. REV. DWG COMPANY NAME ISSUED CHECKED DRAWN SIZE FSCM NO. USB Interface 1.8.1 TI Norway, LPW Do Not Mount USB LED USB BUTTON 02587 2(7) CONTRACT NO. USB SoC Debug PEH EM_UART_CTS EM_UART_RTS EM_UART_TX EM_UART_RX EM_SCLK EM_MISO EM_MOSI EM_CS/EM_LED3_SOC EM_LCD_CS EM_LCD_MODE EM_FLASH_CS VCC_EM EM_BUTTON1/EM_LED4_SOC POWER_PS EM_JOY_LEVEL EM_BUTTON2 EM_POT_R EM_LED2_MSP EM_LED3_MSP EM_LED2_SOC EM_LED4_MSP JOYSTICK_UP JOYSTICK_DN JOYSTICK_LT JOYSTICK_RT JOYSTICK_PUSH EM_DBG_DD EM_DBG_DC EM_RESET EM_LED1 EM_JOY_MOVE EM_DBG_DD_DIR EM_SNIFF_CLK EM_SNIFF_DATA EM_SNIFF_SFD EM_SNIFF_MISO EM_DBG_DD_DIR EM_UART_RTS EM_DBG_DD EM_DBG_DC EM_MISO EM_UART_CTS JOYSTICK_UP JOYSTICK_LT EM_LCD_CS EM_FLASH_CS EM_POT_R EM_UART_TX EM_JOY_MOVE EM_LED4_MSP EM_LED1 EM_LED3_MSP EM_LCD_MODE EM_RESET EM_BUTTON2 EM_LED2_MSP JOYSTICK_RT POWER_PS JOYSTICK_DN JOYSTICK_PUSH EM_JOY_LEVEL VCC_EM EM_BUTTON1/EM_LED4_SOC EM_SCLK EM_MOSI EM_UART_RX EM_RESET EM_DBG_DD DUT_DD DUT_VCC DUT_VCC EM_DBG_DC DUT_DD VCC_EM VCC_IO VCC_EM 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 DUT_VCC DUT_DD P4 PINROW_SMD_2X5_1.27MM 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 P3 PINROW_2X5 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 EM_USB1 EM_USB2 EM_LED2_SOC EM_CS/EM_LED3_SOC EM_DBG_DD_DIR P18 PINROW_2X10 1 2 C21 C_10U_0805_X5R_K_10 1 2 C28 C_100N_0603_X7R_K_50 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 EM_USB2 EM_USB1 P6 SMD_HEADER_2x10 1 2 R33 R_0603 1 2 C29 C_100N_0603_X7R_K_50 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 GND VCCA 1A1 1A2 2DIR 2A1 2A2 1B1 2B1 VCCB 2B2 1DIR GND 1B2 U9 SN74AVC4T245 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 P5 SMD_HEADER_2x10 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 P20 PINROW_2X10 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 P22 SMD_HEADER_2x10 1 2 C27 C_100N_0603_X7R_K_50 1 2 C30 C_100N_0603_X7R_K_50 1 2 R30 R_0603 A3 SCALE SHEET APPROVALS DATE DWG NO. REV. DWG COMPANY NAME ISSUED CHECKED DRAWN SIZE FSCM NO. DO NOT MOUNT External SOC Debug R33 DO NOT MOUNT Mount 0 ohm resistor in position R30 to power DUT from +3.3V USB through connector P3 1.8.1 EM Connectors TI Norway, LPW EM Interface 02587 Debug Connectors CONTRACT NO. 3(7) PEH POWER_PS VCC_EM VCC_IO VBUS +3.3V USB 1 2 C9 C_4U7_0805_X5R_K_25 4 5 8 6 7 9 11 3 10 1 2 GND EN FB PGND VIN PPAD L1 VINA L2 VOUT PS/SYNC U4 TPS63030 1 2 R34 R_0_0603 2 L1 1 LPS3015-222ML 1 2 R63 R_6K2_0603_G 2 1 3 6 5 In 4 Gnd Gnd Out ADJ U2 TPS7A4501 A K D8 BAT254 1 P13 2 STRAP_1 1 2 R45 R_1M0_0603_J 2 1 + B1 1xAA_1_5V 1 2 R68 R_1M0_0603_J 1 2 R65 R_0603 123 P11 PINROW_1X3 1 2 C1 C_10U_0805_X5R_L_25 1 2 R35 R_0_0603 1 2 C38 C_100N_0603_X7R_K_50 1 2 C8 C_10U_0805_X5R_K_10 1 2 3 6 5 4 P8 Switch_6pin 1 2 R70 R_0603 1 2 C10 C_4U7_0805_X5R_K_25 1 2 R64 R_3K6_0603_G 2 1 + B2 1xAA_1_5V 1P15 2 STRAP_1 1 2 3 P7 DC_JACK_2.5 1 2 C11 C_10U_0805_X5R_K_10 1 2 R2 R_0_0603 A K D5 BAT254 1 2 R29 R_0_0603 1 2 R7 R_0603 1 2 R69 R_180K_0603_G TP2 TESTPOINT_PAD TP3 TP1 TESTPOINT_PAD TESTPOINT_PAD TP4 TESTPOINT_PAD A3 SCALE SHEET APPROVALS DATE DWG NO. REV. DWG COMPANY NAME ISSUED CHECKED DRAWN SIZE FSCM NO. Power supply Power source jumper: 1-2: Battery 2-3: USB/DC (default) Do Not Mount 1.8.1 VCC_EM jumper TI Norway, LPW Current is drawn from input with highest voltage 02587 4(7) 2.2uH Do Not Mount Do Not Mount CONTRACT NO. VCC_IO jumper Power On/Off PEH Battery IO_POT_R IO_BUTTON2 IO_LED1 IO_LED2_MSP IO_LED2_SOC IO_LED3_MSP IO_LED3_SOC IO_LED4_MSP IO_BUTTON1/IO_LED4_SOC IO_LCD_MODE IO_LCD_CS IO_FLASH_CS VCC_IO USB_IO_RESET IO_MOSI IO_MISO IO_SCLK USB_EM_RESET IO_EM_RESET BUTTON1_POWER_MSP BUTTON1_POWER_SOC USB_IO_RESET VCC_IO VCC_IO VCC_IO VCC_IO VCC_IO VCC_IO VCC_IO VCC_IO VCC_IO VCC_IO VCC_IO VCC_IO VCC_IO VCC_IO VCC_IO VCC_IO VCC_IO VCC_IO 12 34 S2 PUSH_BUTTON 1 2 R39 R_270_0603_J 1 2 3 4 56 7 8 C Reset TSL Vcc Q Vss D S U5 M25PEx0 1 2 3 6 5 4 P19 Switch_6pin 1 2 C5 C_100N_0603_X7R_K_50 12 34 BUTTON1_POWER_SOC S1 PUSH_BUTTON 2 1 R13 R_10K_0603_G 1 2 R37 R_270_0603_J 1 2 R20 R_10K_0603_G 11 10 U11-E SN74ALVC14 1 2 R40 R_1K0_0603_J 13 12 U11-F SN74ALVC14 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 4B1 S 3B1 2B2 OE VDD GND 4B2 1A 2A 3A 4A 1B1 1B2 2B1 3B2 U10 SN74CBTLV3257PW 12 34 S5 PUSH_BUTTON 2 1 14 U11-A 7 SN74ALVC14 1 2 LED4 LED_CL150DCD 2 1 R15 R_10K_0603_G LCD 7 - not use 8 - not use 12- not use 13- not use 14- not use 15- not use 16- not use 1 - backlight supply - 2 - backlight supply + 3 - logic power supply - 4 - logic power supply + 5 - Reset (active low) 6 - register selection 9 - serial data in 10- serial clock input 11- chip select M1 HMC16311SF-PY 8 9 U11-D SN74ALVC14 1 2 LED1 LED_CL150GCD 1 2 3 CW RT1 R_0-10K_TRIM 1 2 R14 R_10K_0603_G 1 2 R53 R_100K_0603_F 1 2 R38 R_270_0603_J 6 5 U11-C SN74ALVC14 1 2 R8 R_0_0603 1 2 C7 C_100N_0603_X7R_K_50 1 2 R36 R_270_0603_J 123456789 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 P9 HMC_CON 2 1 R16 R_10K_0603_G 1 2 LED3 LED_CL150YCD 1 2 C4 C_100N_0603_X7R_K_50 1 2 BUTTON1_POWER_MSP R21 R_10K_0603_G 1 2 LED2 LED_CL150URCD 1 2 C13 C_1U_0603_X5R_K_10 4 3 U11-B SN74ALVC14 A3 SCALE SHEET APPROVALS DATE DWG NO. REV. DWG COMPANY NAME ISSUED CHECKED DRAWN SIZE FSCM NO. Orange 1.8.1 EM RESET FLASH BUTTON 2 TI Norway, LPW Yellow 02587 User Interface POTMETER 5(7) Red LED BUTTON 1 CONTRACT NO. LCD Green PEH EM_UART_TX EM_UART_RTS EM_UART_RX EM_UART_CTS VCC_IO VCC_IO 3 2 1 4 5 6 P14 Switch_6pin 1 2 C15 C_1U_0603_X5R_K_10 1 2 C14 C_100N_0603_X7R_K_50 1 2 C22 C_100N_0603_X7R_K_50 1 2 C25 C_100N_0603_X7R_K_50 1 2 C23 C_100N_0603_X7R_K_50 1 2 C24 C_100N_0603_X7R_K_50 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 P16 DSUB_9F 1 2 R47 R_0_0603 1 2 R49 R_0_0603 1 2 R48 R_0_0603 1 2 R28 R_0_0603 1 2 R46 R_0_0603 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 C1+ 28 R2OUT R1OUT T1IN R3OUT R4OUT V+ VCC GND R2OUTB FORCEON T3IN T2IN T3OUT R5OUT C1- T2OUT T1OUT R5IN R4IN R3IN R2IN R1IN VC2- C2+ U6 SN65C3243DBR A3 SCALE SHEET APPROVALS DATE DWG NO. REV. DWG COMPANY NAME ISSUED CHECKED DRAWN SIZE FSCM NO. PC RS232-port 2-RXD 3-TXD 5-GND 7-RTS 8-CTS 1.8.1 RS-232 Interface 02587 TI Norway, LPW 6(7) CONTRACT NO. PEH JOYSTICK_PUSH JOYSTICK_UP JOYSTICK_RT JOYSTICK_LT JOYSTICK_DN JOY_MOVE JOY_LEVEL UP DN PUSH LT RT UP RT VCC_IO VCC_IO VCC_IO VCC_IO VCC_IO VCC_IO 4 5 6 U7-B SN74HC32 1 2 3 U7-A SN74HC32 1 2 R26 R_100K_0603_F 1 2 3 4 5 6 A COMMON C left CENTRE down up right B D push U1 skrhab_e010 1 2 C32 C_100N_0603_X7R_K_50 1 2 C12 C_100N_0603_X7R_K_50 1 2 R55 R_10K_0603_G 2 1 R22 R_100K_0603_F 1 2 C31 C_100N_0603_X7R_K_50 14 VDD 7 POWER CONN. 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Introduction Congratulations on choosing the Dedicated Micros Type 2020/300 (300Watt) &/or 2020/500 (500Watt) infra-red illuminators designed to offer a cost effective solution to night surveillance by providing a source of illumination for cameras with spectrol responses that extend into the infra-red region. Clean designs with pressure die cast componentry ensure high quality finishes & fits with a striking & innovative appearance to complement the series 2000 range of products currently offered by Dedicated Micros. The units are weatherproof to BS.EN 60529 Level IP66 2. Index 1. Introduction 1 2. Index 1 3. List of contents 2 4. Mounting instructions 3 5. Wiring instructions 4 6. Bulb replacement 5 7. Optional equipment 6 8. Component spares 7 9. Troubleshooting 7 This product guide will provide all the necessary information to set-up, install and run the Type 2020 illuminator. Type 2020 Installation Manual Page. 1 3. List of contents Components supplied Before installation please remove the unit from the packaging and check that all items listed below have been supplied. A. 1 x Type 2020 Infra-red Illuminator B. 1 x Stone Guard ( Optional ) C. 1 x 4mm A/F Hexagonal socket key D. 1 x Fixing bag containing the following: 2 x M10 x 16 Hex. hd. screws 2 x M10 Plain washers 2 x M10 Spring washers In addition to the above components, a type 2020 product guide and a final test procedure are supplied. Type 2020 Installation Manual Page. 2 Fig.1 Components supplied B C D A 4. Mounting instruction Mounting configurations. Fig. 2 & 3 show typical positions for I.R. Illuminators when mounted to a remotely controlled pan & tilt head. Mount the Type 2020 Illuminator via the cradle (fig.4 item A) and secure using 2 off M10x16 Hex. hd. machine screws (fig.4 item D), 2 off M10 spring washers (fig.4 item C) and 2 off M10 plain washers (fig.4 item B) supplied with unit. Note: Please ensure the lamp bulb filament is mounted horizontally to receive the required life expectantcy and beam coverage. See bulb replacement (page 5) Bulb filament is factory set to comply with this type of mounting. See page 7 to re-orientate the bulb if mounting in other orientations Type 2020 Installation Manual Page. 3 Fig.2 Twin lamp mounting Pan & Tilt (Type 2000) Type 2020 IR.Illuminator B C D A Fig.3 Single lamp mount Fig.4 Mounting fixings 5. Wiring instructions Wiring connections Electrical connections to the Type 2020 I.R. illuminator are made via a terminal block situated inside the rear polycarbonate photo-electric switch enclosure as shown in fig.5. Access to which is achieved by unscrewing the four captive cover fixings and removing the cover as shown in fig.6. Using a suitable 3 core x 0.75mm2 230V.ac rated outdoor cable (Dedicated Micros recommend the use of a silicon covered cable due to the extreme temperatures generated by the illuminator) prepare the cable end for connection and feed the cable through the spare cable gland and terminate as shown in figs 7 & 8. Replace and secure the cover to finish. The cable gland should be tightened sufficiently to ensure that any strain put upon the cable is not transmitted to the terminal connections and that a watertight seal is achieved. It is recommended that the incoming electrical supply is protected by a fuse rated at 2 Amp for a type 2020/300 (300Watt) and 3 Amp for a type 2020/500 (500Watt) illuminator. Type 2020 Installation Manual Page. 4 Fig.5 Fig.6 Fig.7 Earth 230V.ac Customer input Fig.8 Live Terminal block Photoelectric Switch To Bulb Neutral 6. Bulb replacement Bulb replacement. HAVING TURNED OFF POWER TO THE UNIT open the casing by releasing the 4 off fastenings (item A, fig.9) a quarter turn anti-clockwise using a No.2 Philips screwdriver. The front assembly can now be removed from the rear and suspended on the safety/earth bond to expose the bulb. Remove the push on spade terminals (item B, fig.10) from the rear of the bulb and release the bulb from its mounting clips by springing one of the 3 clips outward while lifting the bulb free. Note: The bulb filament lies directly in-line between the spade terminals (item C, fig.11) please align by rotating the bulb within its spring clips ensuring the filament is horizontal when mounting the I.R Illuminator. The spade terminal connections can be made to either terminal. Type 2020 Installation Manual Page. 5 A B Fig.9 Opening illuminator enclosure Fig.10 Terminals Fig.11 Bulb removal Fig.12 Spring clips C C 7. Optional equipment Optional Stone guard. An optional stone guard (order suffix /SG) is available for the Type 2020 illuminator. Designed to protect the filter from flying objects / vandalism the guard can be fitted in seconds with 4 off fixings supplied. (fig.13) Optional Voltage reducer. The Manufacturers stated life expectancy for the 300W bulb is 2000 hours and 4000 hours for the 500W. This stated life is conditional on the supply being 230V, a 5% increase in voltage will reduce lamp life by 50%. NB. There are some parts of the UK where the standing voltage is over 250V, in a situation such as this Dedicated Micros can supply a Type 621 voltage reduction device which will reduce the incoming supply by 9% to increase the bulbs life. (fig.14) Box dimensions 110W x 130L x 50H for indoor use only. Optional ‘no photoelectric switch’ version A optional version is available without the rear photoelectric switch installed. (order suffix / No PE) Optional White light illuminator. An optional white light version of the Type 2020 can be supplied to any bulb variant. (order suffix /WL) Type 2020 Installation Manual Page. 6 Fig.13 Fig.14 8. Component spares 9. Troubleshooting Under normal operating conditions the stated bulb life times should be readily achieved, but there are circumstances under which life expectancy is much reduced. Spikes & surges: Illuminators running from supplies that are subject to spikes & power surges will have reduced life. Orientation: Bulb filaments must be horizontal, a filament positioned vertically will burn out before the stated life time. Operation: When mounted on a pan & tilt head the illuminator will be subject to vibration which, if sufficiently severe, could cause a reduction in life. Although the 500 Watt bulbs have been designed specifically for this use, 300 Watt bulbs are of standard manufacture and as such are more susceptible to damage. The information contained in this document is for guidance only. Specification and availability of goods are subject to change without notice Type 2020 Installation Manual Page. 7 Ref. No. F56 F57 F2 F3 F4 F42 H92,a & b 1-2020/13 1-2020/17 F14 F15 F48 1-2020/22 BS152 1-2020/6 Qty. 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 3 1 1 1 1 1 1 4 1 Description 500W Spot Bulb 500W M/Flood Bulb 300W Spot Bulb 300W M/Flood Bulb 300W W/Flood Bulb Photo-electric switch Cable gland assembly Bulb mounting clips Stone guard Filter assembly 715nm Filter assembly 830nm Filter assembly Dichroic Front ‘O’ ring seal Rear ‘O’ ring seal Quarter-turn fastenings External Safety bond 1. Introduction Nous vous félicitons d’avoir choisi les projecteurs infrarouge Type 2020/300 (300 Watts) et/ou 2020/500 (500 Watts) conçus pour offrir une solution rentable à la surveillance nocturne, qui consiste à assurer aux caméras une source d’éclairage à réponses spectrales s’étendant à la zone infrarouge. Des conceptions nettes avec composants moulés sous pression garantissent des finitions et ajustements de haute qualité, avec un look impressionant et innovateur pour compléter la gamme de produits de la série 2000 actuellement offerts par Dedicated Micros. Les boîtiers sont résistants aux intempéries conformément à la norme BS.EN 60529, indice IP66 2. Index 1. Introduction 8 2. Index 8 3. Sommaire 9 4. Instructions de montage 10 5. Instructions de câblage 11 6. Remplacement de l’ampoule 12 7. Equipement en option 13 8. Pièces de rechange 14 9. Dépannage 14 Ce guide de produit offre toutes les informations nécessaires pour la configuration, l’installation et le fonctionnement du projecteur Type 2020. Type 2020 Manuel d’installation Page. 8 Type 2020 Manuel d’installation Page. 9 3. Sommaire Composants fournis Avant de procéder à l’installation, veuillez sortir le projecteur de l’emballage et vérifier que tous les éléments listés ci-dessous sont inclus. A. 1 projecteur à infrarouge Type 2020 B. 1 grille de protection (en option) C. 1 clé hexagonale de 4 mm D. 1 sachet de fixations contenant: 2 vis à tête hexagonale M10 x 16 2 rondelles lisses M10 2 rondelles élastiques M10 En plus des composants ci-dessus, un guide de produit pour le projecteur Type 2020 et une procédure d’essai final sont fournis. Fig. 1 Composants fournis B C D A Type 2020 Manuel d’installation Page. 10 4. Instructions de montage Configurations de montage Les Fig. 2 et 3 illustrent les positions typiques des projecteurs infrarouge lorsqu’ils sont montés sur une tête panoramique et inclinaison télécommandée. Montez le projecteur Type 2020 en utilisant le support (fig. 4 repère A) et immobilisez-le à l’aide des 2 vis à tête hexagonale M10x16 (fig. 4 repère D), 2 rondelles élastiques M10 (fig. 4 repère C) et 2 rondelles lisses M10 (fig. 4 repère B) fournies avec le projecteur. Remarque: Veillez à ce que le filament de l’ampoule du projecteur soit monté bien à l’horizontale pour une durée de vie utile et une couverture de faisceau optimales. Voir remplacement de l’ampoule (page 12) Le filament de l’ampoule est réglé en usine pour assurer sa conformité avec ce type de montage. Voir la page 14 pour la réorientation de l’ampoule en cas de montage dans d’autres orientations. Fig. 2 Montage à deux projecteurs Panoramique et inclinaison (Type 2000) Projecteur infrarouge Type 2020 B C D A Fig. 4 Fixations de Fig. 3 Montage à un projecteur montage Type 2020 Manuel d’installation Page. 11 5. Instructions de câblage Raccordements de câbles Les raccordements électriques au projecteur infrarouge Type 2020 s’effectuent au moyen d’un bornier situé à l’intérieur du boîtier arrière en polycarbonate du commutateur photoélectrique, comme illustré à la fig. 5. Pour accéder à ce boîtier, dévissez les quatres vis prisonnières du couvercle et retirez le couvercle comme illustré à la fig. 6. A l’aide d’un câble pour extérieur à 3 âmes x 0,75 mm2 de 230 V. c.a. (Dedicated Micros recommande l’utilisation d’un câble siliconé en raison des températures extrêmes générées par le projecteur), préparez l’extrémité du câble pour le raccordement, et passez le câble dans le presse-étoupe libre et terminez-le comme illustré aux figs 7 et 8. Remettez et immobilisez le couvercle pour terminer. Le presseétoupe doit être suffisamment serré pour éviter de transmettre les contraintes exercées sur le câble aux raccordements de bornes et pour produire un joint étanche à l’eau. Il est recommandé de protéger l’entrée de l’alimentation électrique par un fusible de 2 A pour un projecteur type 2020/300 (300 Watts) et de 3 A pour un projecteur type 2020/500 (500 Watts). Fig. 5 Fig. 6 Fig. 7 Terre Entrée 230 V c.a. client Fig. 8 Conducteur Bornier Commutateur photoélectrique A l’ampoule Neutre Type 2020 Manuel d’installation Page. 12 6. Remplacement de l’ampoule Remplacement de l’ampoule APRES AVOIR MIS LE PROJECTEUR HORS TENSION ouvrez le boîtier en dévissant les 4 vis de fixation (repère A, fig. 9) d’un quart de tour à l’aide d’un tournevis Philips No. 2. L’ensemble avant peut maintenant être retiré de l’arrière et suspendu à l’élingue pour exposer l’ampoule. Retirez les bornes enfichables (repère B, fig. 10) à l’arrière de l’ampoule et libérez l’ampoule de ses pattes élastiques en poussant l’une des 3 pattes vers l’extérieur tout en soulevant l’ampoule pour la dégager. Remarque: Le filament de l’ampoule est positionné directement en ligne entre les bornes enfichables (repère C, fig. 11), veuillez aligner l’ampoule en la tournant dans ses pattes élastiques pour que le filament soit bien à l’horizontale lors du montage du projecteur infragrouge. Les raccordements de bornes enfichables peuvent être effectués à n’importe quelle borne. A B Fig. 9 Ouverture du boîtier du projecteur Fig. 10 Bornes Fig. 11 Retrait de l’ampoule Fig. 12 Pattes élastiques C C Type 2020 Manuel d’installation Page. 13 7. Equipement en option Grille de protection en option. Une grille de protection (indiquez le suffixe /SG lors de la commande) est disponible en option pour le projecteur Type 2020. Conçu pour protéger le filtre des projectiles / vandalisme, la grille de protection se pose en quelques secondes avec les 4 vis de fixation fournies. (fig. 13) Réducteur de tension en option. La durée de vie indiquée par les fabricants est de 2000 heures pour l’ampoule de 300 W et de 4000 heures pour l’ampoule de 500 W. Cette durée de vie indiquée correspond à une alimentation de 230 V, une augmentation de 5 % de la tension réduit la durée de vie du projecteur de moitié. NB. Dans certaines régions du Royaume-Uni, la tension normale est supérieure à 250 V : dans ce cas, Dedicated Micros peut fournir un dispositif de réduction de tension Type 621 qui réduit l’entrée de l’alimentation de 9 % pour augmenter la durée de vie de l’ampoule. (fig. 14) Dimensions du boîtier 110 l x 130 L x 50 H pour usage intérieur uniquement. Version ‘sans commutateur photoélectrique’ en option Un version en option est disponible sans commutateur photoélectrique arrière. (indiquez le suffixe / No PE lors de la commande) Projecteur blanc en option. Une version à éclairage blanc du projecteur Type 2020 est disponible en option et peut être fournie dans tous les types d’ampoule. (indiquez le suffixe /WL lors de la commande) Fig. 13 Fig. 14 Type 2020 Manuel d’installation Page. 14 8. Pièces de rechange 9. Dépannage Dans les conditions d’utilisation normales, les durées de vie d’ampoule indiquées sont parfaitement possibles, mais dans certains cas, la durée de vie est fortement réduite. Pointes et surtensions : La durée de vie des projecteurs dont l’alimentation électrique est soumise à des pointes et surtensions sera réduite. Orientation : Les filaments des ampoules doivent être posés bien à l’horizontale, un filament posé verticalement grillera avant la fin de sa durée de vie indiquée. Fonctionnement : Monté sur une tête panoramique et inclinaison, le projecteur sera soumis à des vibrations qui, si suffisamment sévères, sont susceptibles d’entraîner une réduction de sa vie utile. Bien que les ampoules de 500 Watts aient été conçues spécialement pour cet usage, les ampoules de 300 Watts sont de fabrication standard et de ce fait plus vulnérables aux dégâts. Les informations figurant dans le présent document sont fournies à titre indicatif uniquement. Les spécifications et la disponibilité des produits peuvent faire l’objet de modifications sans préavis. Réf. F56 F57 F2 F3 F4 F42 H92,a & b 1-2020/13 1-2020/17 F14 F15 F48 1-2020/22 BS152 1-2020/6 Qté. 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 3 1 1 1 1 1 1 4 1 Désignation Ampoule faisceau concentré (spot) 500 W Ampoule Faisceau moyen 500 W Ampoule faisceau concentré (spot) 300 W Ampoule faisceau moyen 300 W Ampoule faisceau large 300 W Commutateur photoélectrique Ensemble presse-étoupe Pattes élastique de montage d’ampoule Grille de protection Ensemble filtre 715 nm Ensemble filtre 830 nm Ensemble filtre Dichroïque Joint torique avant Joint torique arrière Fixations quart de tour Elingue 1. Einleitung Herzlichen Glückwunsch zur Wahl der Infrarot-Illuminatoren aus der Serie 2020/300 (300 Watt) und/oder 2020/500 (500 Watt) von Dedicated Micros. Diese Serien stellen eine kostengünstige Lösung zur Überwachung bei Nacht dar. Sie bieten eine Lichtquelle für Kameras, deren Spektralempfindlichkeit sich auf den Infrarotbereich erstreckt. Klares Design und druckgegossene Bauteile gewährleisten hochwertige Verarbeitung und Passform. Das beeindruckende und innovative Äußere ergänzt die Produktpallette der Serie 2000 von Dedicated Micros. Die Illuminatoren sind nach Schutzklasse IP66 (BS EN 60529) wettergeschützt. 2. Inhaltsverzeichnis 1. Einleitung 15 2. Inhaltsverzeichnis 15 3. Lieferumfang 16 4. Montageanleitung 17 5. Verkabelungsanleitung 18 6. Auswechseln der Glühlampe 19 7. Optionale Ausstattung 20 8. Ersatzteilliste 21 9. Fehlersuche 21 Dieses Produkthandbuch bietet alle erforderlichen Informationen für die Einrichtung, Installation und den Betrieb der Illuminatoren aus der Serie 2020. Serie 2020 Installationshandbuch Seite. 15 3. Lieferumfang Im Lieferumfang enthaltene Komponenten Entnehmen Sie den Illuminator vor der Installation bitte aus der Verpackung und vergewissern Sie sich, dass alle nachfolgend aufgeführten Artikel vorhanden sind. A. 1 x Infrarot-Illuminator der Serie 2020 B. 1 x Steinschlagschutz ( optional ) C. 1 x 4mm Sechskantschlüssel D. 1 x Befestigungssatz mit folgendem Inhalt: 2 x M10 x 16 Sechskantschrauben 2 x M10 Unterlegscheiben 2 x M10 Federscheiben Neben den oben aufgeführten Bestandteilen ist im Lieferumfang ein Produkthandbuch für die Serie 2020 und ein Abschlusstestverfahren enthalten. Serie 2020 Installationshandbuch Seite. 16 Abb.1 Im Lieferumfang enthaltene Komponenten B C D. A 4. Montageanleitung Montagekonfigurationen Abb. 2 & 3 zeigen typischen Positionen für Infrarot-Illuminatoren, die an einem ferngesteuerten Schwenk- und Neigekopf befestigt sind. Befestigen Sie den Illuminator der Serie 2020 mithilfe der Gabel (Abb. 4 Artikel A) und sichern Sie ihn mit den beiden M10x16 Sechskantschrauben mit Ganzgewinde (Abb. 4 Artikel D), zwei M10 Federscheiben (Abb. 4 Artikel C) und zwei M10 Unterlegscheiben (Abb. 4 Artikel B), die im Lieferumfang enthalten sind. Hinweis: Achten Sie darauf, dass der Glühwendel der Lampe horizontal montiert wird, um maximale Lebensdauer und Reichweite des Lichtstrahls zu gewährleisten. Siehe Auswechseln der Glühlampe (Seite 19) Der Glühwendel ist werkseitig auf diese Art der Montage eingestellt. Auf Seite 21 finden Sie Informationen zur Neuausrichtung der Lampe im Falle einer Montage mit anderer Ausrichtung. Serie 2020 Installationshandbuch Seite. 17 Abb .2 Befestigung einer Doppellampe Schwenk- und Neigekopf (Serie 2000) Infrarot-Illuminator Serie 2020 B C D. A Abb. 4 Befestigungsarmaturen Abb. 3 Befestigung einer Einzellampe 5. Verkabelungsanleitung Leitungsanschlüsse Die Elektroanschlüsse an den Infrarot-Illuminator der Serie 2020 werden über einen Klemmenblock vorgenommen, der sich auf der Rückseite im Polycarbonat-Gehäuse des fotoelektrischen Schalters befindet. Für den Zugang zu diesem Klemmenblock lösen Sie die vier unverlierbaren Schrauben des Gehäuses und nehmen Sie die Abdeckung ab, wie in Abb. 6 dargestellt. Verwenden Sie ein geeignetes 3 x 0,75 mm2 Freileitungskabel mit 230 VAC Nennleistung (Dedicated Micros empfiehlt aufgrund der extremen Temperaturen, die vom Illuminator erzeugt werden, die Verwendung eines silikonbeschichteten Kabels). Bereiten Sie das Kabelende für den Anschluss vor, führen Sie das Kabel durch den freien Kabelstutzen und terminieren Sie es, wie in Abb. 7 & 8 dargestellt. Setzen Sie zum Abschluss die Abdeckung wieder auf und befestigen Sie sie. Der Kabelstutzen sollte ausreichend fest angezogen werden, damit eine eventuelle Belastung des Kabels sich nicht auf die Kabelanschlüsse überträgt und damit eine wasserfeste Dichtung entsteht. Wir empfehlen, die Stromzufuhr für Modelle der Serie 2020/300 (300 Watt) mit einer 2 A Sicherung bzw. Modelle der Serie 2020/500 (500 Watt) mit einer 3 A Sicherung abzusichern. Serie 2020 Installationshandbuch Seite.18 Abb. 5 Abb. 6 Abb. 7 Erde 230 VAC Kundenseitiger Eingang Abb. 8 Spannungsführend Klemmenblock Fotoelektrischer Schalter Zur Lampe Neutral 6. Auswechseln der Glühlampe Auswechseln der Glühlampe SCHALTEN SIE DIE STROMZUFUHR ZUM GERÄT AUS. Öffnen Sie das Gehäuse, indem Sie die 4 Befestigungen (Artikel A, Abb. 9) eine Vierteldrehung entgegen dem Uhrzeigersinn drehen. Verwenden Sie dazu einen Kreuzschlitzschraubendreher Nr. 2. Jetzt kann der vordere Teil des Illuminators von der hinteren Hälfte gelöst und am Sicherungsseil/Erdungsseil abgehängt werden, um die Glühlampe freizulegen. Nehmen Sie die aufgesetzten Kabelschuhe (Artikel B, Abb. 10) von der Rückseite der Lampe ab und lösen Sie die Lampe aus den Befestigungsklemmen. Drücken Sie dazu eine der 3 Klemmen zurück, während Sie die Glühlampe heraus heben. Hinweis: Der Glühwendel liegt direkt zwischen den Kabelschuhen (Artikel C, Abb. 11). Richten Sie ihn durch Drehen der Lampe in den Federklemmen so aus, dass der Wendel horizontal liegt, wenn der Infrarot-Illuminator montiert wird. Die Kabelschuhe können beliebig an einer der beiden Klemmen angeschlossen werden. Serie 2020 Installationshandbuch Seite. 19 A B Abb. 9 Öffnen des Illuminatorgehäuses Abb. 10 Anschlussklemmen Abb. 11 Ausbau der Glühlampe Abb. 12 Federklemmen C C 7. Optionale Ausstattung Optionaler Steinschlagschutz. Für den Illuminator der Serie 2020 ist ein optionaler Steinschlagschutz (Bestellendung /SG) lieferbar. Er dient dazu, den Filter vor umherfliegenden Objekten / Vandalismus zu schützen und kann innerhalb weniger Sekunden mithilfe der 4 im Lieferumfang enthaltenen Schrauben installiert werden. (Abb.13) Optionaler Spannungswandler Die vom Hersteller angegebenen Lebensdauer liegt für die 300 W Glühlampe bei 2000 Stunden und für die 500 W Lampe bei 4000 Stunden. Die angegebenen Lebensdauer hängt von einer Stromzufuhr bei 230 V ab; eine Steigerung der Spannung um 5% reduziert die Lebensdauer der Lampe um 50%. NB. In einigen Teilen Großbritanniens liegt die Standspannung über 250 V. In einer derartigen Situation kann Dedicated Micros einen Spannungswandler (Typ 621) liefern, der die Eingangsspannung um 9% reduziert, um die Lebensdauer der Glühbirne zu verlängern. (Abb. 14) Kastenmaße 110B x 130L x 50H, nur zur Verwendung im Innenbereich. Optionales Modell ‘ohne fotoelektrischen Schalter’ Wir bieten auch ein Modell ohne fotoelektrischen Schalters an der Rückseite. (Bestellendung / No PE) Optionaler Weißlicht-Illuminator Für jede Glühlampe der Serie 2020 kann eine optionale Weißlichtvariante geliefert werden. (Bestellendung /WL) Serie 2020 Installationshandbuch Seite. 20 Abb. 13 Abb. 14 8. Ersatzteilliste 9. Fehlersuche Unter normalen Betriebsbedingungen sollte die angegebene Lebensdauer der Glühlampe problemlos erreicht werden. Es gib jedoch einige Umstände, unter denen die Lebensdauer stark reduziert wird. Spannungsstöße und -spitzen: Illuminatoren, die an eine Stromquelle angeschlossen sind, welche Spannungsstößen und -spitzen unterliegt, haben eine verkürzte Lebensdauer. Ausrichtung: Glühwendel müssen horizontal ausgerichtet sein; ein vertikal ausgerichteter Wendel wird vor Ablauf der angegebenen Lebensdauer ausbrennen. Betrieb: Bei der Installation auf einem Schwenk- und Neigekopf ist der Illuminator Schwingungen ausgesetzt, die je nach Schweregrad eine Reduktion der Lebensdauer verursachen könnten. Obwohl die 500 W Glühlampen speziell für diesen Einsatz konzipiert wurden, handelt es sich bei den 300 W Lampen um Standardprodukte, die deshalb wesentlich anfälliger für Schäden sind. Die Informationen in diesem Dokumenten dienen ausschließlich zur Orientierung. Die technischen Details und die Verfügbarkeit der Waren können jederzeit ohne Vorankündigung geändert werden. Serie 2020 Installationshandbuch Seite. 21 Ref. Nr. F56 F57 F2 F3 F4 F42 H92,a & b 1-2020/13 1-2020/17 F14 F15 F48 1-2020/22 BS152 1-2020/6 Stck. 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 3 1 1 1 1 1 1 4 1 Beschreibung 500 W Punktlampe 500 W M/Flutlicht 300 W Punktlampe 300 W M/Flutlicht 300 W W/Flutlicht Fotoelektrischer Schalter Kabelstutzen Befestigungsklemmen für Lampe Steinschlagschutz Filtersatz 715 nm Filtersatz 830 nm Dichroitischer Filter Dichtungsring Vorderseite Dichtungsring Rückseite Bajonettverschlüsse Externes Sicherheitsseil Type 2020 Manual de instalación Página. 22 1. Introducción Felicidades por elegir los proyectores por infrarrojos Dedicated Micros Type 2020/300 (300 vatios) y/o 2020/500 (500 vatios) diseñados para ofrecer una solución económica para la vigilancia nocturna facilitando una fuente de luz para las cámaras con respuesta espectral que cubran la zona de infrarrojos. Su diseño impecable con componentes fundidos a presión garantizan un acabado y montaje de primera calidad con un aspecto sorprendente e innovador que completan la gama de productos de la serie 2000 comercializada actualmente por Dedicated Micros. Las unidades son a prueba de intemperie en cumplimiento de BS.EN 60529 Nivel IP66 2. Índice 1. Introducción 22 2. Índice 22 3. Índice 23 4. Instrucciones de montaje 24 5. Instrucciones de cableado 25 6. Cambio de la lámpara 26 7. Equipamiento opcional 27 8. Repuestos de componentes 28 9. Resolución de problemas 28 La guía de este producto le proporcionara toda la información necesaria para configurar, instalar y utilizar el proyector del type 2020. Type 2020 Manual de instalación Página. 23 3. Índice Componentes suministrados Antes de proceder a la instalación extraiga la unidad de la caja y asegúrese de que se han suministrado todos los elementos que se indican a continuación. A. 1 x Proyector por infrarrojos Type 2020 B. 1 x Protección contra pedradas (opcional) C. 1 x Llave de enchufe hexagonal A/F de 4mm D. 1 x Bolsa de piezas de fijación que incluye lo siguiente: 2 x M10 x 16 Tornillos con cabeza hex. 2 x Arandelas planas M10 2 x Arandelas elásticas M10 Además de los componentes anteriores, se proporciona una guía de producto del type 2020 y un procedimiento para una prueba final. Fig.1 Componentes suministrados B C D A Type 2020 Manual de instalación Página. 24 4. Instrucciones de montaje Parámetros de montaje. Las Fig. 2 y 3 muestran las posiciones típicas de los proyectores por infrarrojos cuando se montan en un cabezal de toma panorámica e inclinación controlado de forma remota. Monte el proyector Type 2020 con el soporte (fig.4 elemento A) y asegúrelo con los 2 M10x16 tornillos de cabeza hexagonal (fig.4 elemento D), las 2 arandelas elásticas M10 (fig.4 elemento C) y las 2 arandelas planas M10 (fig.4 elemento B) que se suministran con la unidad. Nota: Asegúrese de que el filamento de la bombilla esté colocado horizontalmente para obtener la expectativa de vida y la cobertura esperada. Consulte cómo reemplazar la bombilla (página 26) El filamento de la bombilla viene preajustado de fábrica para este tipo de montaje. Consulte la página 27 para volver a orientar la bombilla si la coloca en otras posiciones Fig.2 Montaje de lámpara doble Toma panorámica e inclinación (Type 2000) Proyector por infrarrojos Type 2020 B C D A Fig.4 Piezas de fijación del montaje Fig.3 Montaje de lámpara sencilla Type 2020 Manual de instalación Página. 25 5. Instrucciones de cableado Conexiones de cableado Las conexiones eléctricas del proyector por infrarrojos Type 2020 se realizan con el bloque de terminales situado en el interior de la caja de policarbonato del conmutador fotoeléctrico de la parte posterior, tal y como se muestra en la fig.5. El acceso se logra aflojando las cuatro piezas de fijación imperdibles de la tapa y retirando ésta, tal y como se muestra en la fig.6. Utilice un cable para exteriores adecuado de 3 hilos x 0,75mm2 230V de C.A. (Dedicated Micros recomienda el uso de un cable con cobertura de silicona debido a las temperaturas extremas que genera el proyectos), prepare el extremo del cable para la conexión e introdúzcalo a través del casquillo. Finalice la operación tal y como se muestra en las figuras 7 y 8. Para acabar vuelva a colocar la tapa, y fíjela. El casquillo para cables deberá estar lo suficientemente apretado para que cualquier tirón que sufra el cable no se transmita a las conexiones de los terminales, así como para lograr una estanqueidad al agua. Se aconseja proteger la corriente eléctrica de entrada con un fusible de 2A para el proyector type 2020/300 (300Watt) y uno de 3A para el type 2020/500 (500Watt). Fig.5 Fig.6 Fig.7 Tierra Entrada del cliente de 230V de C.A. Fig.8 Activo Bloque de terminales Conmutador fotoeléctrico A la bombilla Neutro Type 2020 Manual de instalación Página. 26 6. Cambio de la lámpara Cambio de la lámpara. UNA VEZ APAGADA LA UNIDAD, abra la carcasa soltando las 4 piezas de sujeción (elemento A, fig.9) girándolos un cuarto de vuelta en el sentido contrario a las agujas del reloj con un destornillador Philips Nº2. Ahora podrá separar la plataforma delantera de la trasera y dejarla suspendida de la toma de tierra o anclaje de seguridad para descubrir la bombilla. Retire los terminales de pala (elemento b, fig.10) de la parte posterior de la bombilla y suéltela de sus abrazaderas de montaje accionando hacia afuera una de las tres, mientras libera la bombilla. Nota: El filamento de la bombilla está alineado directamente con los terminales de pala (elemento C, fig.11). Alinéelo girando la bombilla en las abrazaderas y asegúrese de que esté horizontal cuando coloque el proyector por infrarrojos. Las conexiones de los terminales de pala puede realizarse a cada terminal. A B Fig.9 Cómo abrir la carcasa del proyector Fig.10 Terminales Fig.11 Cómo retirar la bombilla Fig.12 Abrazaderas C C Type 2020 Manual de instalación Página. 27 7. Equipamiento opcional Rejilla de protección opcional. Existe una rejilla de protección opcional (código de pedido /SG) para el proyector Type 2020. Diseñada para proteger el filtro de objetos voladores o vandalismo, la protección puede colocarse en segundos con las cuatro piezas de fijación suministradas. (fig.13) Reductor de tensión opcional. Para el fabricante, la expectativa de vida de la bombilla de 300W es de 2.000 horas y de 4.000 horas para la de 500W. Dicha expectativa está condicionada a una tensión de 230V y un incremento del 5% en el voltaje reducirá dicha expectativa de vida en un 50%. Nota: Hay lugares en el Reino Unido donde la tensión es de 250V. En este tipo de casos, Dedicated Micros puede suministrar un dispositivo reductor Type 621 que reducirá la tensión en un 9% para prolongar la vida de la bombilla. (fig.14) Dimensiones de la caja 110 Ancho x 130 Largo x 50 Alto sólo para usarse en interior. Versión opcional “sin conmutador fotoeléctrico” Existe una versión opcional sin conmutador fotoeléctrico instalado en la parte trasera. (código de pedido / No PE) Proyector de luz blanca opcional. Puede suministrarse una versión opcional de luz blanca del Type 2020 para cualquier variante de bombilla. (código de pedido /WL) Fig.13 Fig.14 Type 2020 Manual de instalación Página. 28 8. Repuestos de componentes 9. Resolución de problemas En condiciones normales de funcionamiento la expectativa de vida de la bombilla debe alcanzarse facilmente, pero hay circunstancias en las que puede verse seriamente reducida. Picos y sobretensiones: Los proyectores que funcionan con tensiones con picos y sobretensiones tendrán una vida más breve. Orientación: Los filamentos de la bombilla deberá estar horizontal. Un filamento colocado verticalmente se quemará antes de lo previsto. Funcionamiento: Cuando coloque el proyector en un cabezal de toma panorámica e inclinación sufrirá vibraciones que, si son lo bastante fuertes, provocarán una reducción en la vida de la bombilla. Aunque las bombillas de 500 vatios se han diseñado específicamente para este uso, las lámpara de 300 vatios son de fabricación estándar y son más susceptibles de sufrir daños. La información incluida en este documento es meramente orientativa. Las características técnicas y disponibilidad de los materiales está sujetos a cambio sin previo aviso Núm. de ref. F56 F57 F2 F3 F4 F42 H92,a y b 1-2020/13 1-2020/17 F14 F15 F48 1-2020/22 BS152 1-2020/6 Cant. 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 3 1 1 1 1 1 1 4 1 Descripción Bombilla de haz fino de 500W Bombilla de luz ambiente/M de 500W Bombilla de haz fino de 300W Bombilla de luz ambiente/M de 300W Bombilla de luz ambiente/W de 300W Conmutador fotoeléctrico Plataforma del casquillo de cables Abrazaderas de montaje de la bombilla Protección contra pedradas. Plataforma de filtro de 715nm Plataforma de filtro de 830nm Plataforma de filtro dicroico Junta tórica delantera Junta tórica trasera Sujeciones de cuarto de vuelta Anclaje de seguridad externa Type 2020 Manuale d’installazione Pag. 29 1. Introduzione Congratulazioni per aver scelto i proiettori a infrarossi Type 2020/300 (300 Watt) e/o Type 2020/500 (500 Watt) di Dedicated Micros, progettati per la sorveglianza notturna e in grado di fornire una fonte di illuminazione per telecamere con tecnologia Spectrol che si estende nell’area degli infrarossi. Il design essenziale con componenti pressofusi garantisce l’alta qualità di finiture e accessori con un aspetto originale e innovativo per completare la gamma di prodotti della serie 2000 offerta da Dedicated Micros. Le unità offrono un livello di protezione dall’acqua IP66 conforme alla normativa BS.EN 60529. 2. Indice 1. Introduzione 29 2. Indice 29 3. Elenco dei contenuti 30 4. Istruzioni per il montaggio 31 5. Istruzioni per il cablaggio 32 6. Sostituzione della lampadina 33 7. Apparecchiatura opzionale 34 8. Componenti di ricambio 35 9. Risoluzione dei problemi 35 Questa guida del prodotto fornirà tutte le informazioni necessarie per la configurazione, l’installazione e l’esecuzione del proiettore Type 2020. Type 2020 Manuale d’installazione Pag. 30 3. Elenco dei contenuti Componenti forniti Prima di procedere all’installazione, rimuovere l’unità dall’imballaggio e verificare che siano presenti tutti gli elementi elencati di seguito. A. 1 Proiettore a infrarossi Type 2020 B. 1 Griglia di protezione (opzionale) C. 1 chiave esagonale A/F da 4mm D. 1 kit di fissaggio contenente i seguenti elementi: 2 viti a testa esagonale M10 x 16 2 rondelle piane M10 2 rondelle elastiche M10 Oltre ai componenti elencati, vengono fornite una guida del prodotto e una procedura di prova finale del Type 2020. Fig.1 Componenti forniti B C D A Type 2020 Manuale d’installazione Pag. 31 4. Istruzioni per il montaggio Configurazione di montaggio Le figure 2 e 3 mostrano il posizionamento tipico dei proiettori a infrarossi, quando vengono montati su un gruppo panoramica e illuminazione controllato remotamente. Montare il proiettore Type 2020 tramite il supporto (elemento A. fig. 4) e fissarlo utilizzando 2 viti a testa esagonale (elemento D, fig. 4), 2 rondelle elastiche M10 (elemento C, fig. 4) e 2 rondelle piane M10 (elemento B, fig. 4), in dotazione con l’unità. Nota: verificare che il filamento della lampadina sia montato orizzontalmente per ottenere la durata della lampadina e la copertura del fascio luminoso previste. Consultare le istruzioni per la sostituzione della lampadina (pagina 5) Il filamento della lampadina è adatto per questo tipo di montaggio. Consultare le istruzioni a pagina 7 per riorientare la lampadina se si esegue il montaggio con un orientamento diverso Fig.2 Montaggio a lampada doppia Panoramica e inclinazione (Type 2000) Proiettore a infrarossi Type 2020 B C D A Fig.4 Supporti di fissaggio per il montaggio Fig.2 Montaggio a lampada singola Type 2020 Manuale d’installazione Pag. 32 5. Istruzioni per il cablaggio Connessioni per il cablaggio Le connessioni elettriche del proiettore a infrarossi Type 2020 vengono effettuate tramite la morsettiera posizionata all’interno dell’alloggiamento in policarbonato dell’interruttore fotoelettrico sul retro, come mostrato nella figura 5. Per accedere all’alloggiamento è necessario rimuovere la copertura svitando le quattro viti di fissaggio della stessa come mostrato nella figura 6. Utilizzare un cavo a tre anime per esterni da 0,75 mm2 e 230 V CA (Dedicated Micros consiglia l’utilizzo di un cavo rivestito in silicone a causa delle temperature estreme generate del proiettore). Preparare l’estremità del cavo per la connessione, inserire il cavo attraverso il pressacavi libero e terminarlo come mostrato nelle figure 7 e 8. Al termine, riposizionare la copertura e fissarla nuovamente. È necessario stringere sufficientemente il pressacavi per assicurare che una eventuale tensione esercitata sul cavo venga trasmessa alle connessioni dei morsetti e per garantire l’impermeabilità. Si consiglia di proteggere l’alimentazione in entrata tramite un fusibile da 2 A per il proiettore Type 2020/300 (300 Watt) e da 3 A per il Type 2020/500 (500 Watt). Fig.5 Fig.6 Fig.7 Terra Ingresso utente 230 V CA Fig.8 Fase Morsettiera Interruttore fotoelettrico Alla lampadina Neutro Type 2020 Manuale d’installazione Pag. 33 6. Sostituzione della lampadina Sostituzione della lampadina. DOPO AVER SCOLLEGATO L’UNITÀ DALL’ALIMENTAZIONE aprire l’alloggiamento: rilasciare le 4 chiusure (elemento A, fig.9) ruotandole di un quarto di giro in senso antiorario utilizzando un cacciavite a stella No.2. A questo punto sarà possibile rimuovere il gruppo frontale da quello posteriore e lasciarlo sospeso sui cavi della messa a terra per esporre la lampadina. Rimuovere i terminali a forcella (elemento B, fig.10) dal retro della lampadina e rilasciare la lampadina dalle 3 molle d’ancoraggio, spostandone una verso l’esterno e sollevando contemporaneamente la lampadina. Nota: il filamento della lampadina è posizionato direttamente tra i terminali a forcella (elemento C, fig.11). Per allinearlo, ruotare la lampadina all’interno delle molle d’ancoraggio per assicurarsi che il filamento sia in posizione orizzontale durante il montaggio del proiettore a infrarossi. È possibile effettuare le connessioni del terminale a forcella su uno dei due terminali. A B Fig.9 Apertura dell’alloggiamento del proiettore Fig.10 Terminali Fig.11 Rimozione della lampadina Fig.12 Molle d’ancoraggio C C Type 2020 Manuale d’installazione Pag. 34 7. Apparecchiatura opzionale Griglia di protezione opzionale. Una griglia di protezione opzionale (suffisso ordinazione: /SG) è disponibile per il proiettore Type 2020. Progettata per proteggere il filtro da oggetti in volo e da attacchi vandalici, la protezione può essere montata in pochi secondi, utilizzando i 4 supporti di fissaggio in dotazione (fig.13). Riduttore di tensione opzionale. La durata prevista dichiarata dai produttori è di 2000 ore per la lampadina da 300 W e di 4000 ore per quella da 500W. La durata prevista dichiarata è calcolata sulla base di un’alimentazione a 230 V. In caso di un aumento del 5% del voltaggio, la durata della lampada si ridurrà del 50%. NB. In alcune parti del Regno Unito il voltaggio in vigore è superiore ai 250 V. In questi casi Dedicated Micros può fornire un dispositivo di riduzione del voltaggio Type 621 in grado di ridurre il voltaggio dell’alimentazione del 9% per aumentare la durata della lampadina. (fig.14). Dimensioni del dispositivo, utilizzabile solo in interni: L 110 x P 130 lunghezza x A 50. Versione opzionale “senza interruttore fotoelettrico” È disponibile una versione opzionale priva del selettore fotoelettrico sul retro (suffisso ordinazione: / No PE) Proiettore a luce bianca opzionale Il proiettore Type 2020 è disponibile in una versione opzionale a luce bianca per qualsiasi tipo di lampadina (suffisso ordinazione: /WL) Fig.13 Fig.14 Type 2020 Manuale d’installazione Pag. 35 8. Componenti di ricambio 9. Risoluzione dei problemi In condizioni di funzionamento normali, la durata della lampadina dovrebbe corrispondere a quella dichiarata. Tuttavia alcune circostanze potrebbero ridurre sensibilmente la durata. Picchi e sovracorrenti: Se l’alimentazione è soggetta a picchi e sovracorrenti, si ridurrà la durata dei proiettori. Orientamento: I filamenti della lampadina devono trovarsi in posizione orizzontale. Un filamento posizionato verticalmente si brucerà prima del tempo previsto. Funzionamento: Se viene montato su un gruppo panoramica e inclinazione, il proiettore sarà soggetto a vibrazioni le quali, se raggiungono un’intensità eccessiva, potrebbero ridurne la durata. Mentre le lampadine da 500 Watt sono progettate specificamente per questo scopo, quelle da 300 W sono progettate per l’utilizzo normale e pertanto non garantiscono le stesse prestazioni. Il presente documento viene fornito soltanto a scopo informativo. Le specifiche e la disponibilità dei prodotti sono soggette a modifica senza preavviso. Numero rif. F56 F57 F2 F3 F4 F42 H92, a e b 1-2020/13 1-2020/17 F14 F15 F48 1-2020/22 BS152 1-2020/6 Quantità 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 3 1 1 1 1 1 1 4 1 Descrizione Lampadina spot da 500 W Lampadina a media diffusione da 500 W Lampadina spot da 300 W Lampadina a media diffusione da 300 W Lampadina ad ampia diffusione da 300 W Interruttore fotoelettrico Gruppo pressacavi Molle d’ancoraggio della lampadina Griglia di protezione Gruppo filtro 715 nm Gruppo filtro 830 nm Gruppo filtro dicroico Guarnizione toroidale frontale Guarnizione toroidale posteriore Chiusure a un quarto di giro Fissaggio di sicurezza esterno Issue 1 Doc 74 0009 www.dedicatedmicros.com UK Technical Help Dennard Limited Unit 4, Park Iron Works, Kingsley, Nr Bordon, Hampshire GU35 9LY Tel: +44 (0)1420 485713 Fax: +44 (0)1420 485714 e-mail: sales@dennard-cctv.com European Technical Help Dedicated Micros Europa Neckarstraße 15, 41836 Hückelhoven, Deutschland Tel.: +49 (0) 24 33 52 58 26 Fax: +49 (0) 24 33 52 58 20. 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Principale￿application Placez￿le￿dévidoir￿sur￿le￿carton￿et￿tirez￿le￿vers￿vous.￿Le￿rouleau￿en￿caoutchouc￿appuie￿fortement￿sur￿l'adhésif￿pendant￿qu'il￿s'applique. L'adhésif￿est￿ensuite￿coupé￿par￿la￿lame￿dentelée￿en￿inclinant￿le￿dévidoir.￿La￿fin￿de￿l'adhésif￿est￿appliqué￿sur￿le￿carton￿grâce￿à￿la￿plaque d'application￿souple.￿Mise￿en￿place:￿Le￿rouleau￿tesa®￿est￿posé￿sur￿le￿porte-mandrin￿avec￿la￿face￿adhésive￿se￿déroulant￿vers￿la￿poignée. Placer￿la￿fin￿du￿rouleau￿entre￿le￿rouleau￿de￿guidage￿de￿l'adhésif￿et￿la￿plaque￿en￿métal￿jusqu'à￿ce￿que￿le￿ruban￿ne￿fasse￿plus￿de￿plis. Données￿techniques Type￿d'applicateur main Largeur￿maximale￿du￿rouleau 50￿mm Propriétés Objectif￿de￿l'application emballage Longueur 220￿mm Largeur 65￿mm Hauteur 150￿mm Poids 400￿gram Diamètre￿maximum￿du￿rouleau 120￿mm Diamètre￿maximum￿du￿mandrin 3￿pouce Infos￿complémentaires • dévidoir￿manuel￿solide￿grâce￿à￿sa￿structure￿en￿métal • lame￿protégée￿pour￿une￿utilisation￿en￿toute￿sécurité • contrôle￿de￿tension￿réglable￿à￿la￿main Page￿1￿sur￿1￿/￿En￿date￿du￿25.02.2010 Encodeur USB Série 450 Manuel de l'utilisateur www.storm-interface.com Encodeur USB Série 450 Manuel FR Ver 1.02 août 2013 Page 1 / 8 Contenu Page Présentation du produit, caractéristiques 2 Gamme et accessoires Téléchargements Guide de prise en main rapide 3 Installation Initialisation unique Questions fréquentes et spécifications 4 Produits compatibles 5 Disposition des claviers 6 Tables des codes – Valeurs par défaut 7 Encodeur USB Série 450 Manuel de l'utilisateur www.storm-interface.com Encodeur USB Série 450 Manuel FR Ver 1.02 août 2013 Page 2 / 8 Présentation du produit Ce dispositif autonome est prêt à l'utilisation. Il peut être facilement fixé sur la surface arrière de la plupart des claviers Storm afin d'offrir la connectivité et la communication nécessaires pour des systèmes hôtes compatibles. Configuré en usine pour la saisie de données numériques standard, ce dispositif polyvalent peut aussi être programmé par l'utilisateur pour produire tout code compatible USB. Cette caractéristique fait de l'encodeur Série 450 l'interface idéale pour la plupart des applications. Caractéristiques Périphérique clavier générique (Interface Homme Machine) – Ne nécessite aucun pilote additionnel Configuration usine pour encoder les claviers numériques selon les dispositions téléphone ou calculatrice Table des codes de sortie personnalisable grâce à un utilitaire de configuration Storm Alimentation intégrée pour l'éclairage des claviers La version 450i possède des contrôles additionnels pour l'éclairage des claviers La version 450i comporte un avertisseur sonore piézo-électrique pour la confirmation optionnelle de la frappe ou pour un générer un signal d'état piloté par l'applicatif. Connexion unique par prise USB Mini-B Forme compacte, autonome Compatible avec la plupart des claviers Storm en dispositions 4, 12 et 16 touches (y compris les claviers Storm des séries 700, 720, 1000, 2000, 3000, GFX et PLX) Gamme et accessoires Référence Description 4500-10 450i Encodeur avec buzzer et contrôle d'éclairage 4500-00 450 Encodeur 4500-01 Câble USB 1 mètre - type A vers mini B coudé Note : Pour commander en ligne directement chez Storm Interface, utiliser les références ci-dessus. Les références approvisionnées par les circuits de distribution possèdent un suffixe pour permettre des étiquetages/marquages spécifiques. Exemple : 4500-102 450i Encodeur avec Buzzer Téléchargements 4500-SW01 Utilitaire de configuration USB 450i-LIT-01 Brochure 450-xx-08KT Notice d'installation 450 USB Manual FR Manuel de l'utilisateur ( ce document ) Encodeur USB Série 450 Manuel de l'utilisateur www.storm-interface.com Encodeur USB Série 450 Manuel FR Ver 1.02 août 2013 Page 3 / 8 Guide de prise en main rapide Avant de commencer, vérifiez que vous avez : • L'encodeur • Un clavier compatible Storm • Un câble USB avec une prise mini-B entre votre clavier et votre ordinateur • Un panneau déjà découpé aux dimensions de votre clavier • Une copie de l'utilitaire de configuration si vous voulez personnaliser la configuration Installation • Vérifiez que votre ordinateur est sous tension avant de connecter l'encodeur. • Notez que pour la connexion avec le clavier il y a deux connecteurs distincts pour brancher les claviers 4 touches ou les claviers 12/16 touches. Bien s'assurer du connecteur utilisé avant de positionner les plaquettes autocollantes et fixer l'encodeur en place. Connecteur pour clavier 4 touches Connecteur pour claviers 12/16 touches Les plaquettes autocollantes se placent ici (Une seule par emplacement, exception faite pour la Série 700 qui nécessite 2 plaquettes par position) • Pressez l'encodeur sur le clavier et vérifiez que les plaquettes soient bien collées • Connectez la prise mini-B du câble USB sur le côté de l'encodeur Initialisation unique Cette procédure d'initialisation devra être faite à la première mise en service. L'encodeur doit reconnaître le clavier et vous devez choisir la disposition des touches correspondant au type de clavier utilisé. a) APPUYEZ ET MAINTENIR la touche en bas à droite du clavier – ceci indique à l'encodeur quel clavier est connecté b) Branchez le câble de l'encodeur au PC. c) RELACHEZ LA TOUHE SI vous souhaitez une table de codes pour les dispositions 4 touches de fonction et 12/16 touches téléphone ou d) MAINTENEZ LA TOUCHE ENFONCEE 10 SECONDES SI vous souhaitez une table de codes pour les dispositions 4 touches fléchées et 12/16 touches calculatrice Vérifiez maintenant que l'écran affiche les caractères corrects. Si vous avez besoin de reconfigurer l'encodeur, vous pouvez changer la table des codes ou réinitialiser l'unité avec une table pré-chargée au moyen de l'utilitaire de configuration USB disponible sur www.storm-interface.com Encodeur USB Série 450 Manuel de l'utilisateur www.storm-interface.com Encodeur USB Série 450 Manuel FR Ver 1.02 août 2013 Page 4 / 8 Questions fréquentes Est-ce que cet encodeur a besoin d'un pilote particulier? Non – il est reconnu par le pilote de clavier USB standard Est-ce que l'utilitaire fonctionne sur tout type de PC? Actuellement il ne fonctionne pas ni sous Linux, ni sous Mac OS L'utilitaire nécessite Windows XP ou plus Quelle est la connexion USB? Prise mini-B Est-ce que j'ai besoin d'utiliser les plaquettes auto-collantes? Elles sont inclues pour maintenir l'encodeur en service Quels codes USB personnalisables puis-je assigner? Voir les tables de codes page 11 Que dois-je faire si j'ai mal initialisé l'encodeur? Télécharger et utiliser l'utilitaire de configuration pour réinitialiser les valeurs par défaut Pourquoi la prise du clavier est plus longue que la barrette? Les broches d'extrémité servent à éclairer les claviers Spécifications Température d'utilisation -20ºC à +60ºC Température de stockage -20ºC à +70ºC Humidité 10% à 90% sans condensation Vibrations et chocs ETSI 300 019 5M3 Résistance d'isolement 50 Mohms (minimum) Tension de claquage 500V a.c. (60 secondes) Tension d'utilisation 5V +/- 5% (USB) Consommation 20mA (Le courant nécessaire à éclairer le clavier est en plus) Sécurité EU Directive Basse Tension EMC: Emissions et immunité : FCC part 15 class A EN55022, EN55024 ESD: Décharge dans l'air jusqu'à +/- 15kV, +/- 7.5kV par contact EU RoHS Conforme à la Directive WEEE Encodeur USB Série 450 Manuel de l'utilisateur www.storm-interface.com Encodeur USB Série 450 Manuel FR Ver 1.02 août 2013 Page 5 / 8 Produits compatibles 4 touches 12 touches 16 touches Note Série 700    Fixer la Série 700 sous panneau avec les plaquettes autocollantes additionnelles Série 720    Série 1000    Série PLX    Série 2000    GFX    Série 3000    3000 Illuminator L'éclairage n'est supporté que pour les claviers fabriqués à partir de septembre 2013 GFX Illuminator L'éclairage n'est supporté que pour les claviers fabriqués à partir de septembre 2013 Utiliser la prise 7 broches pour les claviers 4 touches Utiliser la prise 10 broches pour les claviers 12/16 touches Encodeur USB Série 450 Manuel de l'utilisateur www.storm-interface.com Encodeur USB Série 450 Manuel FR Ver 1.02 août 2013 Page 6 / 8 Dispositions des claviers Dispositions des claviers Dispositions des claviers Table des codes par défaut (US English) Table des codes alternatifs (US English) Encodeur USB Série 450 Manuel de l'utilisateur www.storm-interface.com Encodeur USB Série 450 Manuel FR Ver 1.02 août 2013 Page 7 / 8 Tables des codes hexa par défaut (rappel : un hôte paramétré UK English produit £ au lieu de #) Ligne Colonne 4 touches fonction 12 touches téléphone 16 touches téléphone A 1 F1 (3A) 1 (1E) 1 (1E) B 1 F2 (3B) 4 (21) 4 (21) C 1 F3 (3C) 7 (24) 7 (24) D 1 F4 (3D) * (E1, 25) * (E1, 25) A 2 - 2 (1F) 2 (1F) B 2 - 5 (22) 5 (22) C 2 - 8 (25) 8 (25) D 2 - 0 (27) 0 (27) A 3 - 3 (20) 3 (20) B 3 - 6 (23) 6 (23) C 3 - 9 (26) 9 (26) D 3 - # (E1, 20) # (E1, 20) A 4 - - A (04) B 4 - - B (05) C 4 - - C (06) D 4 - - . (37) Tables des codes hexa alternatifs Ligne Colonne 4 touches fléchées 12 touches calculatrice 16 touches calculatrice avec NumLock off A 1 ↑ (52) 7 (5F) 7 (5F) HOME B 1 ← (50) 4 (5C) 4 (5C) ← C 1 → (4F) 1 (59) 1 (59) END D 1 ↓ (51) * (E1, 25) * (E1, 25) * A 2 - 8 (60) 8 (60) ↑ B 2 - 5 (5D) 5 (5D) C 2 - 2 (5A) 2 (5A) ↓ D 2 - 0 (62) 0 (62) A 3 - 9 (61) 9 (61) PgUp B 3 - 6 (5E) 6 (5E) → C 3 - 3 (5B) 3 (5B) PgDn D 3 - # (E1, 20) # (E1, 20) # A 4 - - A (04) A B 4 - - B (05) B C 4 - - C (06) C D 4 - - . (37) . Encodeur USB Série 450 Manuel de l'utilisateur www.storm-interface.com Encodeur USB Série 450 Manuel FR Ver 1.02 août 2013 Page 8 / 8 Page laissée intentionnellement blanche imagine making the impossible possible 2000 Series controllers Built on our experience of design and applications knowledge spanning more than 40 years, the Eurotherm® 2000 series brings you performance you can rely on and accuracy you can trust. At the same time no other range of controllers makes operation so easy. Menu driven operation provides easy intuitive and consistent access to all the controller functions. www.eurotherm.com/2000 Ultimate performance Simply imagine process excellence… and with Eurotherm you will achieve it. Our ranges of controllers provide world class control and versatility with clear, user friendly, operator interfaces. Add to this, a strong sales team of qualified engineers who understand your process, an absolute commitment to innovation by continuously re-investing in research and development; we can and do imagine making the impossible possible for our customers. Internal timer – A 5 mode timer suitable for simple time based profiling applications Universal input – 9 different thermocouples, PT100, DC linear and a downloadable custom curve Four outputs – up to 4 outputs including 2 modular with many options including DC outputs Communication protocols – Modbus RTU, EI-Bisynch, DeviceNet® Three internal alarms – Configurable as High, Low, Deviation and Deviation High or Low alarms Two outputs – 1 relay and 1 logic (can be used as a relay with an external module) Suitable for • Small ovens • Chillers • Sterilisers • Trace heating • Heat sealing • Dwell timer – simple ramp dwell profile applications Four internal alarms – configurable as High, Low, Deviation, Deviation High, Deviation Low, High and Low current alarms Suitable for • Cold stores • Ovens and furnaces • Plastic extrusion • Packaging machines • Food and brewing applications • www.eurotherm.com/2000 Every 2000 Series controller can be tailored to provide the control solution you need. Modular design and easy, onsite configuration matches application requirements and gives you a temperature and process control solution that’s ready to run the first time you switch it on. The 2000 Series provides control strategies ranging from simple ON/OFF to PID with advanced overshoot protection, providing the best control for the widest range of applications including valve positioning. Within the 2000 Series there is also the 2500 Modular Controller and the 2604/2704 Controllers which, with their enhanced functionality and multiloop capability, offer a powerful addition to the range. Please consult Eurotherm sales for more information on these products. Customisable to your control requirements imagine process excellence... Programming – up to 20, 16 segment programs (4 in the 2416) are available with 8 digital event outputs Four internal alarms – configurable as High, Low, Deviation, Deviation High or Low, high and Low Current alarms high and low output, high and low input 2, High and low setpoint and one Rate of change alarm Modular – up to 4 outputs of which 3 are modular with many different options within the different modules Modules – up to 16 different types of module are available Communication protocols – Modbus RTU, EI-Bisynch, DeviceNet, Profibus DP Suitable for • Single and multi-zone furnaces • Kilns • Environmental chambers • Simple ratio • Humidity • Chemical and pharmaceutical • Applications • Glass furnaces and lehrs • For the full stories and all our successes go to www.eurotherm.com/success Success stories commercial benefits Prompt, accurate flow detection rate and response Case Study 2400 series Feedforward control is excellent for chemical dosing applications Customer Challenge The 2400 process controller is very suitable in the treatment of waste water, petrochemical processes and other additive dosing applications because any possible disturbance to the levels of chemicals added are detected before they can affect the ongoing process. Solution Feedforward is a method for detecting disturbances in the upstream flow and forwarding this information to the controller so that it can change the output before the disturbance affects the downstream ratio. So, in the diagram shown, the upstream flow rate from the flow meter (FT) forces an immediate change to the output of the controller (OP) and so causes an immediate change in the Dosing Pump speed. This Feedforward method is ideal for any process that is subject to upstream disturbances. This type of disturbance is invariably found in either liquid or gas systems. Customer Benefits • Feedforward control can avoid the slowness of integral feedback control because the disturbances are measured and accounted for before they have time to affect • The dosing rate immediately tracks any changes in flow rate and so prevents any possibility of over or under dosing Typical use of technology • Liquid Level - Boiler Drum Level • Chemical Dosing - Paint Mixing, Brewing, • Industrial Distillation – Brewing, Petroleum Refineries, Petrochemical, Chemical Plants, and Natural Gas Processing Plants. Setpoint FF OP Flow Meter FT AT Analytical Sensor PID Loop PV + 2400 Dosing Pump Setpoint Easy to use controllers for greater flexibility Case Study 2100 series 5 Mode Timer feature enables cost effective temperature and process control Customer Challenges faced in the food beverage industry Global market forces are driving the continual evolution of the food and beverage industry. Consolidation, changing consumer preferences and increasing government regulations are dramatically impacting manufacturing and business strategy. In this fiercely competitive marketplace, consistent high quality and cost effectiveness are critical to meet consumer demand. Solution 2100 Controller Eurotherm acknowledge these commercial pressures and our products ensure simple cost effective process control. Even one of our simplest, compact controllers has useful cost effective features. The 5 mode timer in the 2100 temperature process controller may be used to control batch operations, e.g. food production, ovens, sterilisers, fryers. An ideal application would be single dwell at the end of either a controlled ramp rate or natural approach to setpoint without the need for an additional timing device. Available Timer Operation Modes are: • Dwell and Switch Off • Time from Cold and Switch Off • Delayed Switch On Benefits • This maintains a target temperature at the end of a ramp rate without the need for an additional device, thereby simplifying the process • Easy operation with customised interface that presents only the parameters that the operator needs to see. All other parameters can be locked away under password protection. Typical use of technology • Small Ovens, Fryers, Sterilisers, Incubators Time Temperature Setpoint Dwell time Switch off Ramp control Dwell Timer Functionality For the full stories and all our successes go to www.eurotherm.com/success Highly flexible temperature values Case Study 2400 controller 8 segment program, repeatable and simple to change Customer Challenges faced in Autoclave and Environmental Chamber applications Many applications need their process values (i.e. Temperature, Pressure, Flow etc) to be varied with time. Amongst other applications Autoclaves are used for Sterilisation and for Vacuum Forming. In these applications there are invariably a number of ramps, and dwell times required to ensure that the material has been adequately processed. In Environmental Chambers programmed profiles are generally run repeatedly for some time and this is a method that is used to produce accelerated ageing. This process is therefore very useful for determining the likely longevity of a product before it fails. Solution 2400 Controller • The 2400 series process controller offer setpoint programming as an option. The program is stored as a series of segments which can be ramps, dwells, steps etc. • All 2400 programmer/controllers have an 8 segment program as standard, and can optionally have up to 20 off 16 segment programs each with 8 digital events. The digital events are used to control other ancillary equipment at predetermined segments in the program. For instance; it may switch on a vibration table at some stage in the process. • All of these features make the 2400 programmer/controller ideal for Furnaces, Environmental Chambers, and Autoclave applications. Customer Benefits • Minimises the need for extra equipment which becomes costly to install and maintain, time and space saving • Offers high integrity, repeatable processing thus increasing yield consistency and high product quality Typical use of technology • Autoclaves – Steam Sterilization of medical, pharmaceutical and laboratory equipment • Environmental chambers –test the effects of environmental conditions such as accelerated aging on industrial products, materials, biological items and electronic devices • Industrial furnaces – Heat Treatment, Glass Furnaces, and Lehrs Temperature End Type = Dwell Time Holdback at End Type = Off start of dwell www.eurotherm.com/2000 Real-world applications Master Programmer Slave Controllers PDS communications M P g S C In 2000 Series controllers it is possible to use the PDS communication link to send a setpoint from one controller to a network of slave devices - providing the economical creation of multi-zone temperature control solutions. PDS setpoint retransmission Ratiometric Pyrometer Thermocouple Output Switchover between 4-20mA two points mocouple Master Output Slave PDS Retransmission with Feedforward Modbus RTU Modbus Master The 2000 Series uses industry standard protocols such as Modbus RTU, DeviceNet or Profibus DP to communicate with supervisory systems and PLCs over EIA232, EIA485 (2 wire) or EIA422 (4 wire). This carries the information and overall control into the supervisory system while maintaining local access to the local equipment ensuring overall plant integrity in all situations. Communication Sometimes it is desirable to control a process using two separate inputs to derive the PV (process value). This could be based on a highest wins, lowest wins, some function of the two inputs, or switching between the two inputs at some pre-determined point in the process. For example, an application could consist of a thermocouple for measuring up to 800°C and a Ratiometric Pyrometer for measuring the range between 700°C and 1,400°C. Typically when the temperature is below 740°C the thermocouple provides the PV and, when between 740°C and 780°C the controller switches gently from the thermocouple to the Pyrometer which provides the PV up to 1,400°C. Derived inputs Using Eurotherm setpoint retransmission over PDS communications it is possible to use two 2400 controllers as a cascade control system with the output of the first (or master controller) forming the setpoint of the second (or slave controller). Eurotherm advanced algorithms enable the use of either setpoint or PV feedforward to limit the slave setpoint - for example ±10% of the master setpoint or PV. Cascade control From a simple ramp and dwell to a 16 segment program with event outputs, the 2000 Series provides a powerful platform for setpoint profiling. Programs can be edited from the instrument HMI and for the 2400 instruments, using iTools Setpoint Program Editor. iTools configuration software enables you to store and clone controller configurations, as well as commission your process control system. This facility significantly reduces installation and commissioning time while improving the security of the process. The Eurotherm advanced customer sensor linearisation tool also provides for the download of special sensor response characteristics to the controller. Reduced installation and commissioning time Easy setpoint programming From fixed build to modular construction, the Eurotherm flexible 2000 Series offers a truly versatile solution to all your requirements. www.eurotherm.com/2000 Selection guide Features Panel size (DIN) IP Rating Single Loop Display Type Supply Voltage Input Type PV Accuracy Control Types SP Programmer Analogue IP/OP Digital IP/OP Digital Comms Alarm Types PC Configuration 2116 1/32 1/16 IP65 2100 2216e 2208e 1/16 DIN rail 1/8 IP65 2200 2204e 1/4 TC, RTD, mV, mA, V 1 x 4 dig LED TC, RTD, mV, mA, Volts 2 x 4 dig LED <0.25% On/Off. PID none In: 1 Out: 0 In: 1 Out: 2 none none none none none none none none none none none none none List based <0.25% On/Off. 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T (+1 703) 724 7300 F (+1 703) 724 7301 E info.eurotherm.us@invensys.com ED63 2116/2132 PID temperature controllers User Guide Manuel Utilisateur Bedienungsanleitung ENG FRA GER This booklet includes: User Guide (HA026270 Issue 5) Manuel Utilisateur (HA026270FRA Indice 5) Bedienungsanleitung (HA026270GER Ausgabe 5) Part Number HA026270 Issue 5.0 Aug 07 1 2132 and 2116 PID Temperature Controllers Thank you for choosing the 2132 or 2116 Temperature Controller. Supplied in 1/32 and 1/16 DIN panel sizes they are designed for accurate, stable control of ovens, chillers, sterilisers and other heating and cooling processes. Two outputs are configurable for heating, cooling and alarms. The controller is supplied configured according to the order code given in section 5. Check this on the side labels to determine the configuration of your particular controller. 1. Dimensions and Installation Model 2132 Model 2116 48mm (1.89in) 45 x 45 mm -0.0, + 0.6 1.77 x 1.77in -0.00, +0.02 48mm 24mm Panel cut-out 103mm (4.01in) 45mm -0.0, +0.6 1.77in -0.0, +0.02 Latching ears Panel retaining clips 22mm -0.0, +0.3 0.88in -0.0, +0.10 Panel cut-out 103mm (4.01in) 48mm (1.89in) 2 Part Number HA026270 Issue 5.0 Aug 07 1.1 To Install the Controller Please read the safety information in sections 7 before proceeding. 1. Prepare the panel cut-out to the size shown 2. Insert the controller through the cut-out. 3. Spring the panel retaining clips into place. Secure the controller in position by holding it level and pushing both retaining clips forward. 4. Peel off the protective cover from the display 1.2 Unplugging the Controller The controller can be unplugged from its sleeve by easing the latching ears outwards and pulling it forward out of the sleeve. When plugging it back into its sleeve, ensure that the latching ears click back into place to maintain the IP65 sealing. 1.3 Recommended Minimum Spacing of Controllers 10mm (0.4 in) 38mm (1.5 in) (Not to scale) Part Number HA026270 Issue 5.0 Aug 07 3 2. Electrical Connections 2.1 Wire Sizes The screw terminals accept wire sizes from 0.5 to 1.5 mm (16 to 22AWG). Hinged covers prevent hands or metal making accidental contact with live wires. The rear terminal screws should be tightened to 0.4Nm (3.5lb in). Output ratings Logic Output: 9Vdc, 12mA (non-isolated from sensor input). Used for: Heating, Cooling or Alarm. Relay Output: 2A, 264V ac resistive. Used for: Heating, Cooling or Alarm. Contact Closure Input (replaces Logic Output). Used for: Alarm Acknowledge or Timer start/reset Model 2116 OR Solid State Relay (SSR) + - Logic I/O Line Neutral Output 2 Relay T/C Pt100 mA Sensor Inputs L N A AB V+ V- 1A 1B 2.49Ω 85-264Vac 50/60Hz 1B 1A Pt100 T/C Output 2 Relay Neutral Line Logic I/O Model 2132 External Relay Module (Operated by the logic output) OR Solid State Relay (SSR) 2.49Ω Sensor Inputs V- V+ AB A N L - + mA 85-264Vac 50/60Hz 1B 1A 20-29 Vac/dc Low voltage supply 24 24 20-29 Vac/dc Low voltage 24 supply 24 4 Part Number HA026270 Issue 5.0 Aug 07 2.2 Typical Wiring Diagram Safety requirements for permanently connected equipment state: • A switch or circuit breaker shall be included in the building installation • It shall be in close proximity to the equipment and within easy reach of the operator It shall be marked as the disconnecting device for the equipment * When switching inductive loads such as contactors or solenoid valves, wire the 22nF/100Ω ‘snubber’ supplied across relay terminals AA & AB. This will prolong contact life and reduce interference. ! WARNING Snubbers pass 0.6mA at 110V and 1.2mA at 230Vac, which may be sufficient to hold on high impedance loads. Do not use in these installations. Relay output fuse 2A type T Neutral Controller fuse 2A type T Heater fuse Heater Thermocouple Solid State Relay (e.g. TE10) Snubber* Line + - Model 2132 V+ A 1B V- 1A A L N Cooling or alarm relay Circuit Breaker Part Number HA026270 Issue 5.0 Aug 07 5 3. Operation Switch on the controller. Following a 3 second selftest sequence, you will see the display shown below. It is called the HOME display. OP1 illuminates when the logic output is ON (normally heating). OP2 illuminates when the relay output is ON (normally cooling or alarm). If OP1 or OP2 are configured as alarm outputs (instead of heating and cooling), they will flash when a new ‘unacknowledged’ alarm occurs and go steady when the alarm is acknowledged but still true. 3.1 To Adjust The Required Temperature (Setpoint) Press and release quickly the or button. The setpoint will be displayed for 2 seconds. 20 Output 1 Output 2 Actual Temperature (or Process Value ‘PV’) OP1 OP2 Press and hold to raise the setpoint Press and hold to lower the setpoint 60 OP1 OP2 􀀪 􀀪 Required temperature (Setpoint) Actual temperature 20 OP1 OP2 6 Part Number HA026270 Issue 5.0 Aug 07 3.2 To View The Display Units Press and release quickly the or button. The display units will be flashed for 0.5 sec. If you get lost, pressing and together will always return you to the HOME display. If, at any time, no key is pressed within 45 seconds, the display will always return to the HOME display. 3.3 To Acknowledge a New Alarm Press and together. This will also reset any latched alarms that are no longer true. 3.4 Alarm Messages If an alarm occurs a message will be flashed in the display. This alternates with the measured temperature as shown below: Possible messages -fsH Alarm - Full Scale High -FSL Alarm - Full Scale Low -deV Alarm - Deviation -dHi Alarm - Deviation High -dLo Alarm - Deviation Low Sbr Sensor Break Lbr Loop Break Ldf Load Fail End End of Timing In place of the dash the alarm number is shown - Alarm 1 or 2 or 3. Display Units *C Deg Centigrade *F Deg Fahrenheit *K Deg Kelvin Linear inputs - no units displayed 0.5 sec or oC 20 Alarm 1 Full Scale Low Actual temperature 1fsL 20 Part Number HA026270 Issue 5.0 Aug 07 7 3.5 To View The Output Power Do this if you want to see how much heating or cooling energy is being demanded by the controller. Note: This is not a measure of actual power. Warning! In manual standby mode (see ‘To Use The Timer’) the output power can be adjusted by the operator, causing heating or cooling to be permanently applied. To prevent this make the OP parameter read only (see ‘To Hide, Reveal And Promote Parameters’) HOME display 20.0 Press twice quickly OP 100.0 *C Press Controller is demanding 100% heat Press or to view the value 8 Part Number HA026270 Issue 5.0 Aug 07 3.6 To Select or Change Other Parameters Parameters are settings in the controller which you can change to suit the process. They are found under list headings. Press the button to step through the list headings as shown below. Turn to paragraph 3.8 to see all of the list headings. These lists are used to: • Change alarm setpoints • Tune the controller to the process • Manually select PID values • Change setpoint limits and access the in-built timer • Change input and output limits Keep pressing to select more list headings, eventually returning to the HOME display. This is a continuous loop. HOME display 20.0 aL Atun X2 Part Number HA026270 Issue 5.0 Aug 07 9 3.7 To Adjust The Alarm Setpoints (Trip Levels) Press twice to choose the AL list. There are three Alarms. The setpoint for each alarm is found under the AL list. If an alarm has been disabled, it will not appear in this list. Note: The other parameters listed in section 3.8 are accessed and adjusted in exactly the same way as this example. 0.5 sec 1st press 2nd press *C 20 2 secs Next list Press or displays List indicating a list heading LiSt AL 0 1--- -FSL = Low alarm -FSH = High alarm -dEV = Deviation -dHi = Deviation High -dLo = Deviation Low - = the alarm number 0 2--- 0 3--- Press and together to return to the HOME display. Alarm 1 * Alarm 2 * Alarm 3 * * Press or to change the setpoint. Press 10 Part Number HA026270 Issue 5.0 Aug 07 3.8 Parameter Lists Shaded boxes are hidden when shipped from the factory. To reveal see ‘’To Hide, Reveal and Promote Parameters” section 3.10 HC.db Hys.C HYS.H Ont.C Ont.H OP.Hi OP.Lo CJCO SPrr SP H SP L AdC Lb t diSP HY m A w.SP Home List Alarm List Autotune List PID List(2) Setpoint List Input List Output List(2) On/Off List Access List 20.0 AL Atun Pid SP iP oP On.Of ACCS 1---(1) 2---(1) 3---(1) OP tunE Pb ti td rES Lcb Hcb rEL.C OFS.H FiLt mV OFS CAL.P CAL Pnt.L OFS.L Pnt.H CYC.H CYC.C codE Goto Conf tmr dwel StAt tm.OP (2) Either the PID list or the On/Off list will be present depending upon the configuration of the controller. X2 (1) In place of dashes, the last three letters depend on the alarm type. Part Number HA026270 Issue 5.0 Aug 07 11 3.8.1 Summary 1. Press to step across list headings. 2. Press to step down parameters 3. Press to view the value of a parameter. Keep pressing to decrease the value. 4. Press to view the value of a parameter. Keep pressing to increase the value 12 Part Number HA026270 Issue 5.0 Aug 07 3.9 Parameter Tables Home List Adjustable Range Default setting Customer setting Op Output Power -100% = max cooling, 100.0% = max heating. w.SP Working Setpoint Only appears when setpoint rate limit enabled Read only Read only m-A Manual/ Auto Select Auto mAn Automatic control selected Manual standby selected Auto disp Home Display Options Std OP NonE PV AL.SP pv.aL Standard - Shows the process value with the setpoint accessed by pressing the and buttons. Displays the output power - for use as a manual station. (Only applies to software version 1.4) Blank Display (only alarm messages flashed) Displays the Process Value only Displays the Alarm 2 Setpoint only Displays the Process Value with Alarm 2 Setpoint accessed by and . Std Part Number HA026270 Issue 5.0 Aug 07 13 AL Alarm List (See section 3.7) Adjustable Range Default Setting Customer setting 1--- Alarm 1 Setpoint 0 2--- Alarm 2 Setpoint 0 3--- Alarm 3 Setpoint In place of dashes, the last three letters indicate the alarm type: Between low and high setpoint limits 0 -FSL Full Scale Low -FSH Full Scale High -dEv Deviation -dHi Deviation High -dLo Deviation Low HY Alarm Hysteresis 1 to 9999 in display units (This value is common to all alarms) Hysterisis is used to prevent the alarm output ‘chattering’ by setting a difference between the alarm switch ON and switch OFF points 1 Lb t Loop Break Time OFF to 9999 minutes OFF 14 Part Number HA026270 Issue 5.0 Aug 07 Atun Automatic Tuning List (See section 4.3) Adjustable Range Default Setting Customer setting tunE Automatic Tune Enable OFF or on Off Adc Automatic Manual reset calculation (when P+D control) man or caLc man PiD PID List (See section 4.3) Adjustable Range Default Setting Customer setting Pb Proportional Band 1 to 999.9 display units 20 ti Integral Time OFF to 9999 seconds 360 td Derivative Time OFF to 9999 seconds 60 rES Manual Reset Value (only present if ti= OFF) -100 to 100.0 % 0.0 Lcb Low Cutback Auto to 999.9 display units Auto Hcb High Cutback Auto to 999.9 display units Auto rEL.C Relative Cool Gain 0.01 to 10.00 1.00 Part Number HA026270 Issue 5.0 Aug 07 15 SP Setpoint List (See also ‘To Use the Timer’ section 3.11) Adjustable Range Default Setting Customer setting SP L Setpoint Low Limit -1999 to 999.9 As per order SP H Setpoint High Limit -1999 to 999.9 As per order sprr Setpoint Rate Limit 0FF to 999.9 display units per minute Off tm.OP Timer Operating Mode Opt.1 to Opt.5 OPt.1 tmr Time Remaining 0 to 9999 minutes 0 dwEl Dwell Time 0FF to 9999 minutes OFF StAt Timer Status OFF or on OFF 16 Part Number HA026270 Issue 5.0 Aug 07 iP Input List (See also ‘User Calibration’ section 4.2) Adjustable Range Default Setting Customer setting FiLt Input Filter Time Constant 0FF to 999.9 seconds 1.6 CJC* Cold Junction Temperature measured at rear terminals Read only mV Millivolt Input measured at the rear terminals Read only OFS Process value Offset -1999 to 9999 display units 0 CAL.P Calibration Password 0 to 9999 3 CAL User Calibration Enable FACt Re-instates factory calibration USEr Re-instates user calibration FACt Pnt.L Low Calibration Point 0 OFS.L Low Point Calibration Offset 0 Pnt.H High Calibration Point 100 OFS.H High Point Calibration Offset -1999 to 9999 display units 0 Part Number HA026270 Issue 5.0 Aug 07 17 oP Output List Adjustable Range Default Setting Customer setting OP.Lo Low Output Power Limit -100 to 100.0 % 0 OP.Hi High Output Power Limit -100 to 100.0 % 100.0 CYC.H Heating Output Cycle Time 0.2 to 999.9 seconds 1.0 Lgc 20 Rly CYC.C Cooling Output Cycle Time 0.2 to 999.9 seconds 5.0 Lgc 20 Rly ont.H Heating Output Minimum On Time Auto to 999.9 seconds (Auto = 50ms) Auto ont.C Cooling Output Minimum On Time Auto to 999.9 seconds (Auto = 50ms) auto onOF On Off Output List Adjustable Range Default Setting Customer setting hYS.H Heating Hysteresis 1 to 9999 display units 1 hYS.C Cooling Hysteresis 1 to 9999 display units 1 HC.db Heat/Cool Deadband 0 to 9999 display units 0 ACCS Access List (See “To Hide, Reveal and Promote” parameters section 3.10) Adjustable Range Default Setting Customer setting codE Access Pass Number 0 to 9999 1 Goto Go To Required Access Level Oper, Ful, Edit, conf OPEr Conf Configuration Pass Number 0 to 9999 2 18 Part Number HA026270 Issue 5.0 Aug 07 3.10 To Hide, Reveal and Promote Parameters You are now in Edit level. Press and to select a parameter in the normal way. Press to return to the Access list header. ACCS PASS codE Press or to enter the password. The factory default is 1. ‘PASS’ will be displayed when the correct password has been entered. Press Press until the Access List Heading is reached. Press or to select ‘Edit’ level. Other options are: OPEr Operator level - shows selected parameters FuLL Reveals the ‘FULL’ set of parameters ConF Gives access to configuration level. Edit Goto Press ACCS High alarm 2 has been selected. When or is pressed, instead of displaying the parameter value, its availability to in Operator level is shown as follows: ALtr The parameter will be alterable HidE The parameter will be hidden . rEAd The parameter will be read-only Pro The parmeter will be ‘promoted’ into the HOME list (see below). Example: HidE 2FSH Part Number HA026270 Issue 5.0 Aug 07 19 3.10.1 The Pro (Promote) option Up to twelve commonly used parameters can be ‘promoted’ into the HOME list. This will give the operator quick access to them by simply pressing the button. This feature, used in combination with ‘hide’ and ‘ read only’, allows you to organise the way in which you want your controller formatted. The parameter tmr will now appear in the HOME list. Repeat the procedure for any other parameters you wish to promote. To remove a parameter go to edit level, select the parameter from the relevant list and change the choice from Pro back to ALtr, rEAd or HidE. 3.10.2 Returning to Operator level Repeat the above procedure for all the parameters you wish to hide, promote, or make read-only then return to operator level: Example: Time remaining has been selected. Press or to choose Pro. Pro tmr 1. Press until you reach the ACCS list heading 2. Press until you reach Goto 3. Press or to select Oper 4. Press to return to Operator level OPer Goto 20 Part Number HA026270 Issue 5.0 Aug 07 3.11 To Use The Timer • Press until you reach the SP list • Press until you reach the tM.OP parameter • Press or to select the timer operating mode, Opt.1 to Opt.5 as follows: 3.11.1 Opt.1 - Mode 1, Dwell and Switch Off In reset In reset, you can switch between automatic control and standby mode, using the parameter m-A in the HOME list. The controller is supplied with the m-A parameter hidden. You must first reveal it. See ‘To Hide, Reveal and Promote Parameters’. Standby mode Temperature Setpoint Reset Timing Running End Waiting to End flashes reach temperature Auto m-A From the HOME display press until the m-A parameter is displayed. Press or to select: Auto Automatic control mAn Standby mode. (the MAN beacon below OP2 will illuminate) Press and together to return to the HOME display Part Number HA026270 Issue 5.0 Aug 07 21 ‘Automatic control’ means control at setpoint, with heating (and cooling) being applied. ‘Standby mode’ means: the controller is in manual with zero output power. See ‘Warning!’ in section 3.5. During Running The controller will always switch to automatic control. Heating (or cooling) will be applied and the temperature will rise (or cool) to the setpoint. When the temperature is within 1oC of setpoint, the timer will start counting down. During End When the timer times out, the controller will switch to standby mode. The MAN beacon will light and End will be flashed in the main display. The process will cool down. The timer will remain indefinitely in this state until reset. When Reset End will stop flashing. The controller will return to reset in standby mode. It can be returned to automatic control by setting the parameter m-A in the HOME list to Auto. 3.11.2 Opt.2 - Mode 2, Dwell No Switch Off Indefinite dwell at setpoint Temperature Setpoint Reset Timing Running End End flashes Waiting to reach temperature This is the same as mode 1 except that at the end of the timing period the controller will continue indefinitely in automatic control. 22 Part Number HA026270 Issue 5.0 Aug 07 3.11.3 Opt.3 - Mode 3, Time from Cold and Switch Off This is the same as mode 1 except that the timer will start counting down immediately without waiting for the temperature to reach setpoint. 3.11.4 Opt.4 Mode 4, Time from Cold No Switch Off This is the same as mode 2 except that the timer will start counting down without waiting for the controller to reach setpoint. Standby mode Temperature Setpoint Reset Timing End End flashes Temperature Setpoint Reset Timing End End flashes Indefinite dwell at setpoint Part Number HA026270 Issue 5.0 Aug 07 23 3.11.5 Opt.5 Mode 5, Delayed Switch On This mode applies a time delay before turning on the heating (or cooling). When the timer is started, the controller will always switch to standby mode and start counting down. When the timer has timed out, the controller will switch into automatic control, apply heating (or cooling) and control indefinitely at the setpoint. 3.11.6 To Program a Ramp-Dwell profile A simple ramp-dwell profile can be programmed using Sprr (setpoint rate limit) in combination with the timer. To use this feature, first reveal Sprr and w.SP (the working setpoint) using the method described in “To Hide, Reveal and Promote” parameters. w.SP will then appear in the HOME list. Set Sprr to the required ramp rate. It is adjustable in 1/10th of the least significant display units per minute. That is if the display is configured 0 to 1000oC, setpoint rate limit can be adjusted between 0.1 and 999.9 oC per minute. When setpoint rate limit has been enabled and the timer is started, the working setpoint, wsp, will first step to the measured temperature and then ramp at the setpoint rate limit, sprr, to the target setpoint. In modes 1 and 2 timing will start when the measured temperature is within 1oC of the target setpoint. In modes 3 and 4 it will start when wsp is within 1oC of the target setpoint. Indefinite dwell at setpoint Temperature Setpoint Reset Timing Reset 24 Part Number HA026270 Issue 5.0 Aug 07 3.12 To Start And Reset The Timer There are two methods: Method 1. This is the simplest method to control the timer. • Press until you reach the SP list • Press until you reach the tMr parameter (time remaining). TIP: Promote tmr to the HOME list for quick access, as described in ‘To Hide, Revealing and Promote Parameters. As soon as a value is entered into tmr timing will commence. tmr will count down towards zero. During the timing period tmr can be increased or decreased according to the demands of the process. Setting the value to zero will end the timing period. When tmr reaches zero. ‘end’ will flash in the main display. The timer will remain indefinitely in this state until a new value is entered, when the timer will restart. To reset the timer, press and together. ‘end’ will stop flashing . To restart the timer, enter a new value into tmr. 1234 Tmr Press or to enter the required timing period in minutes. (0 to 9999). Press to return to the HOME display Part Number HA026270 Issue 5.0 Aug 07 25 Method 2. Use this method if you want to set a fixed time and use the stat parameter to start and stop the timer. The stat parameter can also be switched between Off and run by configuring the logic I/O as a Off/run contact closure input. Open the external contact to select run. This is an edge triggered action. Close the contact to select Off. Off is forced whenever the contact is closed. 1234 dwel run stat sp Press to reach the SP List heading. Press until you reach dwel Dwell time Press or to enter a timing period in minutes (0-9999). Timer Status To start the timer, press or to select run. The dwell time will be loaded into tmr and timing will commence. To reset the timer, select Off. The time remaining tmr will be set to 0. Press and together to return to the HOME display. 26 Part Number HA026270 Issue 5.0 Aug 07 4. Configuring the Controller Select configuration level to change: •The type of control •The display units •The input sensor type• The scaling of linear inputs •The alarm configuration • The passwords. 4.1 To select configuration level Press to step across the configuration list headings. Having selected a list heading, press to select a parameter within a particular list. Press and to change the setting. inSt iP AL AA Exit pASS 1A To Instrument Configuration Tables Press Press Press Goto conF Press or to select conf ACCS Press to reach the Access List Heading. codE PASS Press or to enter the password. The factory default is 1. PASS will be displayed when the correct password has been entered. ConF PASS Press or to enter the configuration level password. The factory default is 2. PASS will be displayed when the correct password has been entered. Press to enter configuration level. Part Number HA026270 Issue 5.0 Aug 07 27 4.1.1 Instrument Configuration inst Instr Conf Options Description *C Centigrade *F Fahrenheit *K Kelvin unit Display units nonE None nnnn None nnn.n One dEC.P Decimal places in display nn.nn Two Pid PID Control On.OF On/off Control CtrL Control type AL Convert to an alarm unit rEv Reverse (normal action for temperature control) Act Control action dir Direct (output decreases as PV falls below SP) Inst Instr Conf Options Description HoLd In Auto holds manual reset value Pd.tr Manual reset tracking (PD control) trAc In Auto tracks output for bumpless A/M transfer 28 Part Number HA026270 Issue 5.0 Aug 07 4.1.2 Input Configuration iP Sensor Input Options Meaning j.tc J thermocouple k.tc K thermocouple L.tc L thermocouple r.tc R thermocouple b.tc B thermocouple n.tc N thermocouple t.tc T thermocouple S.tc S thermocouple PL 2 Platinell II rtd 100Ω PRT mV Linear mV inPt Input type C.tc Custom input C=default Auto Automatic 0*C 0°C external ref. 45*C 45°C external ref. CJC (TC only) Cold junction compen sation 50*C 50°C external ref. Linear input scaling (Range -12 to +80mV) InP.L mV input low InP.H mV input high VaL.L Displayed value low VAL.H Displayed value high OFF Off (Linear inputs only) Auto 1.5KΩ Hi 5KΩ ImP Sensor break input impedance HiHi 15KΩ, Inp.L Inp.H VAL.H VAL.L mV Displayed value Part Number HA026270 Issue 5.0 Aug 07 29 4.1.3 Alarm Configuration The AL list configures the three internal ‘soft’ alarms and causes the appropriate alarm message to be flashed in the HOME display. At this stage the alarm is indication only (known as a ‘soft alarm’). To make the alarms operate the relay or logic outputs, follow the instructions under “Relay and Logic input/output Configuration. AL Alarm Type Meaning OFF The alarm is disabled fsL Full Scale Low alarm fsH Full Scale High alarm dEv Deviation band alarm dHi Deviation high alarm AL 1 Alarm 1 dLo Deviation low alarm AL Alarm Type Meaning no Non-latching YES Latched with automatic* resetting. Ltch Alarm latching mAn Latched with manual** resetting. bLoc Alarm No No blocking blocking YES Blocked until first good The above sequence is repeated for: AL 2 (Alarm 2) and AL 3 (Alarm 3) diS Limited by display range Sp.Li Alarm setpoint limits Con Limited by setpoint limits * Automatic resetting means that, once the alarm has been acknowledged, it will automatically clear when it is no longer true. ** Manual resetting means that the alarm must first clear before it can be reset. 30 Part Number HA026270 Issue 5.0 Aug 07 4.1.4 Relay and Logic input/output Configuration The logic I/O can be configured as an output or a contact closure input for alarm acknowledge, keylock, or timer run/reset. Aa Relay 1a Logic I/O Options Meaning id Identity of rELy Relay output LOG Logic diG Digital (alarm) output HEAt Heating output Function COOL Cooling output SSr.1 PDSIO mode 1 Ac.AL Alarm Acknowledge Loc.b Keylock digital input Func These functions only appear for the logic I/O rres Run/reset timer noch No change CLr Clear all alarms 1FSL Alarm 1 (Note 1) diG.F Digital output functions See ‘To 2FSH Alarm 2 (Note 1) Aa Relay 1a Logic I/O Options Meaning 3FSL Alarm 3 (Note 1) NW * New alarm SBR* Sensor break LBR* Loop break LDF* Load fail alarm MAn * Man mode active EnD* End of timing TMG* Timer running Operate the Relay or Logic Output from an Alarm or Digital Function section 4.1.5” TMG* Timer counting down (Note 2) TMG3* Timer running TMG4* Timer counting down SenS Sense of nor Normal (Note 3) the output Inv Inverted (Note 3) * Alarms always non-latching. Process alarms 1, 2 and 3 are configurable as alarm latching or nonlatching, see the ‘AL’ List Part Number HA026270 Issue 5.0 Aug 07 31 Note 1: The last three letters will correspond to the alarm type configured in the AL list. If the alarm is disabled, AL1 or AL2 or AL3 will be shown. Note 2: If tmg.3 and tmG.4 are selected, they illuminate the logic or relay output beacons, OP1 and OP2, without operating the actual output. They are used to indicate that timing is in progress while leaving the actual outputs to be operated by the other digital functions such as the END condition which can be used to operate an external klaxen. Note 3: Normal is the usual setting for heating or cooling. Inverted is the normal setting for alarms - de-energise in alarm. 4.1.5 To Operate the Relay or Logic output from an alarm or digital function. 1. Press until you reach Func 2. Press or to select Func = diG 3. Press to reach diG.F 4. Press or to select a alarm or digital function 5. Leave for 2 seconds. The display returns to diG.F and connects the selected alarm or digital function to the relay or logic output. 6. Press or again. Two decimal points will appear in the function that has been added to the output. 4.1.6 Multiple Alarms on one Output Any number of alarms or digital functions can be added to the relay or logic output by repeating steps 4, 5 and 6 above. Two decimal points will appear in those functions that has been added to the output. 4.1.7 To Clear Alarms from an Output 1. Press until to reach diG.F 2. Press or to select CLr 3. Leave for 2 seconds. The display returns to diG.F which disconnects all alarms from the relay. 32 Part Number HA026270 Issue 5.0 Aug 07 4.1.8 Passwords PASS Passwords Range Default ACC.P Full and Edit level password 0-9999 1 CnF.P Configuration level password 0-9999 2 CAL.P User calibration password 0-9999 3 4.1.9 To leave Configuration level Press to reach the ‘exit’ display Press or to select ‘YES’ After 2 secs the display will blink and return to the HOME display in Operator level. Exit YES Part Number HA026270 Issue 5.0 Aug 07 33 4.1.10 Diagnostic Alarms In addition to the normal process alarms, the following diagnostics alarm messages are provided. Message Meaning and (Action) EE.Er Electrically Erasable Memory Error: A parameter value has been corrupted. Contact Eurotherm Controls. HW.Er Hardware error: (Return for repair) LLLL Low display range exceeded: (Check input signal) HHHH High display range exceeded: (Check input signal) Err1 Error 1: ROM self-test fail. (Return for repair) Err2 Error 2: RAM self-test fail. (Return for repair) Message Meaning and (Action) Err3 Error 3: Watchdog fail. (Return for repair) Err4 Error 4: Keyboard failure. Stuck button, or a button was pressed during power up. Err5 Error 5: Input circuit failure. (Return for repair) Pwr.F Power failure. The line voltage is too low. TU.Er Tune Error. Appears if auto-tuning exceeds 2 hours. 34 Part Number HA026270 Issue 5.0 Aug 07 4.2 User Calibration Your controller has been calibrated for life against known reference sources. User calibration allows you to apply offsets to compensate for sensor and other system errors. The parameter OFS in the IP list applies a fixed offset over the whole display range. You may also apply a 2-point calibration as follows: • Press until you reach the iP list • Press until you reach the CAL.P parameter • Press or to enter the password. The factory default is 3. PASS will be displayed when the correct has been entered. • Press to reach the CAL parameter • Press or , to select User (FAct will restore the factory calibration) • Press to select in turn the four parameters shown in the graph below. Use or to set the desired calibration points and the offsets to be applied at each point. The iP list on section 3.9 describes each of the parameters. Factory calibration Displayed Value Factory calibration Pnt.H OFS.H OFS.L Pnt.L User calibration Part Number HA026270 Issue 5.0 Aug 07 35 4.3 Automatic Tuning In PID control, the output from the controller is the sum of three terms: Proportional, Integral and Derivative. These three terms deliver just the right amount of power to hold the temperature at setpoint without oscillation. For stable control, the PID values must be ‘tuned’ to the characteristics of the process being controlled. In the 2132 and 2116 this is done automatically using advanced tuning techniques. Automatic tuning is performed by switching the output of the controller On and Off to induce an oscillation in the measured temperature. From the amplitude and period of the oscillation, the PID values, shown in the table below, are calculated. Parameter Display Meaning or Function Proportional band Pb The bandwidth in °C or °f over which the output power is proportioned between minimum and maximum. Integral time ti Determines the time taken by the controller to remove steady-state error signals. Parameter Display Meaning or Function Derivative time td Determines how strongly the controller will react to the rate-of-change of temperature. Low cutback Lcb The number of °C or °f below setpoint at which the controller will cutback the output power to prevent overshoot on heat up. High Cutback Hcb The number of °C or °f above setpoint at which the controller will increase the output power to prevent undershoot on cool down. Relative cool gain rEL.C Only present if cooling has been configured. Sets the cooling proportional band by dividing the Pb value by the rEL.C value. 36 Part Number HA026270 Issue 5.0 Aug 07 If the process cannot tolerate 100% heating or cooling during tuning, the power can be restricted by the heating and cooling limits in the Output list. However, the measured value must oscillate to some degree for the tuner to determine values. Tuning is normally performed only once during the initial commissioning of the process. However, if the process under control subsequently becomes unstable (because its characteristics have changed), you can retune again at any time. It is best to tune starting with the process at ambient temperature. This allows the tuner to calculate more accurately. 4.3.1 Heating & Cooling Output Cycle Times Before commencing a tuning cycle, set the values of CYC.H (heating output cycle time) and CYC.C (cooling output cycle time) in the oP (output) list. For a logic heating output (switching a SSR), set CYC.H to 1.0 sec. For a relay output, set CYC.H to 20.0 sec. For a logic cooling output used to control a solenoid valve, set CYC.C to 5.0 sec. 4.3.2 Tuning Procedure 1. Set the setpoint to the value at which you will normally operate the process. 2. In the ‘Atun’ list, select ‘tunE’ and set it to ‘on’ 3. Press the Page and Scroll buttons together to return to the HOME display. The display will flash ‘tunE’ to indicate that tuning is in progress. 4. The controller will induce an oscillation in the temperature by turning the heating on and then off. 5. After two cycles of oscillation the tuning will be completed and the tuner will switch itself off. 6. The controller will then calculate the tuning parameters and resume normal control action. If you want ‘Proportional only’ or ‘P+D’ or ‘P+I’ control, you should set the ‘ti’ or ‘td’ parameters to OFF before commencing the tuning cycle. The tuner will leave them off and will not calculate a value for them. Part Number HA026270 Issue 5.0 Aug 07 37 4.3.3 Typical automatic tuning cycle 4.3.4 Calculation of the cutback values When low cutback or high cutback is set to ‘AuTo’ their values will be fixed at three times the proportional band, and will not be altered during automatic tuning. If set to any other value, they will be calculated as part of the tuning process. 4.4 Manual Tuning If for any reason automatic tuning gives unsatisfactory results, you can manually tune the controller. Proceed as follows: With the process at its normal running temperature: 1. Set the Integral Time ‘ti’ and Derivative Time ‘td’ to OFF. 2. Set High Cutback ‘Hcb’ and Low Cutback ‘Lcb’, to ‘Auto’ 3. Ignore the fact that the temperature may not settle precisely at the setpoint 4. Reduce the proportional band ‘Pb’ until the temperature just starts to oscillate. If the temperature is already oscillating, increase the proportional band until it just stops oscillating. Allow enough time between each adjustment for the temperature to stabilise. Make a note of the proportional band value ‘B’ and the period of oscillation ‘T’. 5. Set the PID parameter values according to the formula below: Type of control Proportional band ‘Pb’ Integral time ‘ti’ Derivative time ‘td’ Proportional only 2xB OFF OFF P + I 2.2xB 0.8xT OFF P + I + D 1.7xB 0.5xT 0.12xT Temperature Time 38 Part Number HA026270 Issue 5.0 Aug 07 4.4.1 Setting the cutback values The above procedure sets up the parameters for optimum steady state control. If unacceptable levels of overshoot or undershoot occur during start-up or for large step changes in temperature, then manually set the cutback parameters Lcb and Hcb. Proceed as follows: 1. Set the low and high cutback settings to 3 x the proportional band (that is to say, Lcb = Hcb = 3 x PB). 2. Note the level of overshoot or undershoot that occurs for large temperature changes (see the diagrams below). In example (a) increase Lcb by the overshoot value. In example (b) reduce Lcb by the undershoot value. Example (a) Example (b) When the temperature approaches the setpoint from above, you can set Hcb in a similar manner. 4.4.2 Manual reset When ti = OFF manual reset (rES) appears in the PiD List. This parameter sets the output power when the error signal is zero. It can be manually adjusted to remove steady state error - the function normally performed by the Integral term. Temperature Time Overshoot Temperature Time Undershoot Part Number HA026270 Issue 5.0 Aug 07 39 5. Ordering Code The controller is supplied configured according to the ordering code shown below. Model number Function Supply voltage Manual Output 1 (Logic) Output 2 (Relay) Function CC PID controller NF On/Off controller TC PID controller + timer TN On/Off controller + timer Supply voltage VH 85-264Vac VL 20 -29Vdc or ac Manual XXX None ENG English FRA French GER German NED Dutch SPA Spanish SWE Swedish ITA Italian Output 2: Relay XX Disabled RH Heating RC Cooling FH High alarm 2 FL Low alarm 2 AL High alarm 2 & low alarm 3 DB Dev band alarm 2 DL Dev. low alarm 2 DH Dev. high alarm 2 NW New alarm Output 1: Logic XX Disabled Logic output LH Heating LC Cooling M1 PDSIO mode 1 FH High alarm 1 FL Low alarm 1 DB Dev band alarm 1 DL Dev. low alarm 1 DH Dev. high alarm 1 NW New alarm Logic input AC Alarm ack/reset KL Keylock TM Timer Run/Reset Model Number 2132 1/16 DIN 2116 1/8 DIN 40 Part Number HA026270 Issue 5.0 Aug 07 Sensor input Setpoint min Setpoint max Units Ext relay module Input adaptor External relay module XX Not fitted R7 Fitted (Operated by the logic output) Units C °C F ° F K Kelvin X Linear I/P Input Adaptor XX None V1 0-10Vdc A1 0-20mA sense resistor (2.49Ω. 0.1%) Sensor input Display range and Setpoint min & max limits Thermocouples °C ° F J Type J -210 to 1200 -340 to 2192 K Type K -200 to 1372 -325 to 2500 T Type T -200 to 400 -325 to 750 L Type L -200 to 900 -325 to 1650 N Type N -200 to 1300 -325 to 2370 R Type R -50 to 1768 58 to 3200 S Type S -50 to 1768 -58 to 3200 B Type B 0 to 1820 32 to 3308 P Platinell II 0 to 1369 32 to 2496 Resistance thermometer Z Pt100 -200 to 850 -325 to 1562 Custom downloaded inputs Range OC Range OF C Type C -W5%Re/W26%Re (default custom sensor) 0 to 2319 32 to 4200 D Type D - W3%Re/W25%Re 0 to 2399 32 to 4350 E E thermocouple -200 to 999 -325 to 1830 1 Ni/Ni18%Mo 0 to 1399 32 to 2550 2 Pt20%Rh/Pt40%Rh 0 to 1870 32 to 3398 3 W/W26%Re (Engelhard) 0 to 2000 32 to 3632 4 W/W26%Re (Hoskins) 0 to 2010 32 to 3650 5 W5%Re/W26%Re (Engelhard) 10 to 2300 50 to 4172 6 W5%Re/W26%Re(Bucose) 0 to 2000 32 to 3632 7 Pt10%Rh/Pt40%/Rh 200 to 1800 392 to 3272 8 Exegen K80 I.R. Pyrometer -45 to 650 -49 to 1202 Process inputs (linear) Scaleable -999 to 9999 M -9.99 to +80mV Y 0 to 20mA A 4 to 20mA V 0 to 10Vdc (input adapter required) Part Number HA026270 Issue 5.0 Aug 07 41 6. Technical Specification Panel sealing IP65 (EN 60529), or 4X (NEMA 250) Operating ambient 0 to 55oC. Ensure that the enclosure is adequately ventilated. 5 to 95%RH, non condensing Storage temperature -30oC to +75oC. (Protect from humidity and dust) Atmosphere Not suitable for use above 2000m or in explosive or corrosive atmospheres Power supply High voltage unit: 100 to 240Vac -15%, +10%, 48-62Hz, 5Watts maximum consumption Low voltage unit: 24Vdc/ac +/- 20%. DC to 62Hz, 5Watts maximum consumption Relay rating (isolated) Maximum: 264Vac, 2A resistive. Minimum: 12Vdc, 100mA Mechanical life > 107 operations. Electrical life at 1A, 240vac resistive load > 5 x106 operations Wire sizes Use a minimum of 0.5mm2 or 16awg wire for plant connections. Over current protection Use independent 2A fuses for the supply and relay output. Suitable fuses are EN60127 (type T) Logic I/O rating 9V at 12mA, non-isolated from sensor input Electrical safety Meets EN 61010 (Voltage transients on the power supply must not exceed 2.5kV). Pollution degree 2. Isolation: All isolated inputs and outputs have reinforced insulation to protect against electric shock. (See live sensor note) Cold Junction Compensation >30 to 1 rejection of ambient temperature changes in automatic mode. Uses INSTANT ACCURACY TM sensing technology to reduce warm up drift and respond quickly to ambient temperature changes. Installation Category Category II or CAT II 42 Part Number HA026270 Issue 5.0 Aug 07 7. Safety and EMC Information This controller is intended for industrial temperature and process control applications when it will meet the requirements of the European Directives on Safety and EMC. Use in other applications, or failure to observe the installation instructions of this handbook may impair safety or EMC. The installer must ensure the safety and EMC of any particular installation. Safety This controller complies with the European Low Voltage Directive 73/23/EEC by the application of the safety standard EN 61010. Electromagnetic compatibility It conforms with the essential protection requirements of the EMC Directive 89/336/EEC, by the application of a Technical Construction file. It satisfies the general requirements of the industrial environment defined in EN 61326. For more information on product compliance refer to the Technical Construction File. GENERAL The information contained in these instructions is subject to change without notice. While every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy of the information, Eurotherm shall not be held liable for errors contained herein. Unpacking and storage The packaging should contain an instrument mounted in its sleeve, two mounting brackets for panel installation and an Installation & Operating guide. Certain ranges are supplied with an input adapter. If on receipt, the packaging or the instrument is damaged, do not install the product but contact your supplier. If the instrument is to be stored before use, protect from humidity and dust in an ambient temperature range of -30oC to +75oC. SERVICE AND REPAIR This controller has no user serviceable parts. Contact your supplier for repair. Caution: Charged capacitors Before removing the controller from its sleeve, switch off the supply and wait at least two minutes to allow capacitors to discharge. Failure to observe this Part Number HA026270 Issue 5.0 Aug 07 43 precaution may damage the indicator or cause some discomfort to the user. Electrostatic discharge precautions When the controller is removed from its sleeve, it is vulnerable to damage by electrostatic discharge from someone handling the controller. To avoid this, before handling the unplugged controller discharge yourself to ground. Cleaning Do not use water or water based products to clean labels or they will become illegible. Isopropyl alcohol may be used to clean labels. A mild soap solution may be used to clean other exterior surfaces of the product. Safety Symbols The following safety symbols are used on the controller: Caution. Refer to the ! accompanying documents Personnel Installation must only be carried out by qualified personnel in accordance with instructions given in this handbook. Enclosure of live parts The controller must be installed in an enclosure to prevent hands or metal tools touching parts that may be electrically live. Caution: Live sensors The logic input/output is electrically connected to the sensor input (e.g. thermocouple). In some installations the temperature sensor may become live. The controller is designed to operate under these conditions, but you must ensure that this will not damage other equipment connected to the logic input/output and that service personnel do not touch this connection while it is live. With a live sensor, all cables, connectors and switches for connecting the sensor and non-isolated inputs and outputs must be mains rated for use in 240V ac CATII. Wiring Wire the controller in accordance with the wiring data given in these instructions. Take particular care not to connect AC supplies to the low voltage sensor input or other low level inputs or outputs. Only use copper conductors for connections, (except thermocouple). Ensure that the installation complies with local wiring regulations. In the UK use the latest version of the 44 Part Number HA026270 Issue 5.0 Aug 07 IEE wiring regulations (BS7671) and in USA use NEC Class 1 wiring methods. Power Isolation The installation must include a power isolating switch or circuit breaker. This device should be in close proximity to the controller, within easy reach of the operator and marked as the disconnecting device for the instrument. Voltage rating The maximum continuous voltage applied between any of the following terminals must not exceed 240Vac: • relay output to logic, dc or sensor connections; • any connection to ground. The controller must not be wired to a three phase supply with an unearthed star connection. Under fault conditions such a supply could rise above 240Vac with respect to ground and the product would not be safe Conductive pollution Electrically conductive pollution must be excluded from the cabinet in which the controller is mounted. For example, carbon dust is a form of electrically conductive pollution. To secure a suitable atmosphere in conditions of conductive pollution, fit an air filter to the air intake of the cabinet. Where condensation is likely, for example at low temperatures, include a thermostatically controlled heater in the cabinet. This product has been designed to conform to BSEN61010 installation category II, pollution degree 2. These are defined as follows:- Installation Category II (CAT II) The rated impulse voltage for equipment on nominal 230V supply is 2500V. Pollution Degree 2 Normally only non conductive pollution occurs. Occasionally, however, a temporary conductivity caused by condensation shall be expected. Over-temperature protection When designing any control system it is essential to consider what will happen if any part of the system should fail. In temperature control applications the primary danger is that the heating will remain constantly on. This could damage the product, the machinery being controlled, or even cause a fire. Part Number HA026270 Issue 5.0 Aug 07 45 Reasons why the heating might remain constantly on include: • the temperature sensor becoming detached from the process • thermocouple wiring becoming short circuit; • the controller failing with its heating output constantly on • an external valve or contactor sticking in the heating condition • The controller setpoint too high Where damage or injury is possible, we recommend fitting a separate over-temperature protection unit, with an independent temperature sensor, which will isolate the heating circuit. Please note that the alarm relays within the controller will not give protection under all failure conditions. Installation requirements for EMC • For general guidance refer to Eurotherm Controls EMC Installation Guide, HA025464. • It may be necessary to fit a filter across the relay output to suppress conducted emissions. The filter requirements will depend on the type of load. For typical applications we recommend Schaffner FN321 or FN612. • If the unit is used in table top equipment which is plugged into a standard power socket, then it is likely that compliance to the commercial and light industrial emissions standard is required. In this case to meet the conducted emissions requirement, a suitable mains filter should be installed. We recommend Schaffner types FN321 and FN612. Routing of wires To minimise the pick-up of electrical noise, the sensor input wiring should be routed away from high-current power cables. Where this is impractical, shielded cables should be used for the signal wiring. Where signal wiring is carrying (or could carry, under fault conditions) hazardous voltages*, double insulation should be used. * A full definition of ‘Hazardous’ voltages appears under ‘Hazardous Live’ in BS EN61010. Briefly, under normal operating conditions Hazardous voltage levels are defined as >30V RMS (42.2V peak) or >60V dc. 46 Part Number HA026270 Issue 5.0 Aug 07 8. RoHS Certificate Product group 2100 Table listing restricted substances Chinese 产 2100 铅镉铬溴联苯溴苯醚 线组X O X O O O 属O O O O O O 显X O O O O O 块X O X O O O O X English Product 2100 Pb Hg Cd Cr(VI) PBB PBDE PCBA X O X O O O Enclosure O O O O O O Display X O O O O O Modules X O X O O O O X Approval Name: Position: Signature: Date: Martin Greenhalgh Quality Manager IA029470U450 (CN23172) Issue 1 Feb 07 Indicates that this toxic or hazardous substance contained in at least one of the homogeneous materials used for this part is above the limit requirement in SJ/T11363-2006. 该质该质SJ/T11363-2006 标规 Toxic and hazardous substances and elements Indicates that this toxic or hazardous substance contained in all of the homogeneous materials for this part is below the limit requirement in SJ/T11363-2006. Restricted Materials Table Restriction of Hazardous Substances (RoHS) 览 质 该质该质SJ/T11363-2006 标规 2116/2132 Régulateurs de Température PID Manuel Utilisateur FRA N0 Réf HA026270FRA Indice 5.0 08/07 1 2132 et 2116 Régulateurs de Température PID Merci d'avoir choisi le régulateur de température 2132 ou 2116. Disponibles en formats de panneau 1/32 et 1/16 DIN, ils sont conçus pour une régulation précise et stable des fours, compresseurs frigorifiques, stérilisateurs et autres procédés de chauffage et de refroidissement. Deux sorties sont configurables pour le chauffage, le refroidissement et les alarmes. Ce régulateur est livré configuré selon le code de commande de la paragraphe 5. Regarder sur les étiquettes latérales pour déterminer la configuration du régulateur 1 Dimensions et Installation Modèle 2132 Modèle 2116 48mm 45 x 45 mm -0.0, + 0.6 103mm 48mm Découpe du 24mm panneau 48mm 103mm 45mm -0.0, +0.6 Clips de verrouillage Clips de fixation 22mm -0.0, +0.3 Découpe du panneau 2 N0 Réf HA026270FRA Indice 5.0 08/07 1.1 Installation du régulateur Il est conseillé de lire les informations relatives à la sécurité, paragraphe 7, avant de continuer. 1. Préparer la découpe du panneau à la taille indiquée. 2. Insérer le régulateur par la découpe du panneau. 3. Mettre en place les clips de fixation. Immobiliser le r