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C00531
Sheet: 1 of 15
Issue: 31
Date: 02.02.18
C/Note: 21057
M80 & M83 SERIES RECTANGULAR CONNECTORS
FEBRUARY 18
SECTION TITLE PAGE
1 Description of Connectors and Intended Applications 2
2 Marking of Connector and/or Package 2
3 Ratings 3
Appendix 1 Contact Orientations 7
Appendix 2 Coax Contact Details 10
Appendix 3 Gauges (Low Frequency) 12
Appendix 4 Test for Latch Integrity 13
Appendix 5 Instructions for the use of connectors fitted with Jackscrews 14
Appendix 6 Instructions for the use of Jackscrews 15
COMPONENT SPECIFICATION C00531
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1. DESCRIPTION OF CONNECTOR AND INTENDED APPLICATION
A range of 2mm pitch male and female rectangular, fully shrouded unsealed connectors with replaceable
contacts for interconnecting board to board, cable to board and cable to cable. The range covers 2 to 96
ways, in various application methods. Female connectors are available for crimp, vertical through-board and
surface mount termination. Male connectors are available for crimp, vertical or horizontal (90°) through-
board and vertical surface-mount termination. Pre-Crimped wires and cable assemblies are also available in
various options.
The connectors are provided with a range of contact terminations (as shown in Appendix 1) that are gold or
gold/tin plated. The contact zone of a gold plated contact is hard acid gold of 98% purity.
The connector is intended for use as a low voltage connector in high packing density electronic equipment.
The connector is polarised to prevent mis-matching and can be produced with a latching feature (L-Tek) or in
a jackscrew (J-Tek) format, with or without board mounting.
L-Tek and J-Tek connectors are available with low-frequency (LF) contacts, while Mixed Technology (Mix-Tek)
connectors are also available with jackscrews, with a choice of power or coax contacts.
NOTE: Some connector styles are available manufactured and tested to BS9525 F0033. All other connectors in
the range are designed to the same specification. For cable assembly specifications see Component
Specification C049XX (where XX is latest issue).
2. MARKING OF THE CONNECTOR AND/OR PACKAGE [ORDER CODE]
The marking (order code) shall appear on the package and shall be as follows:
2.1. ORDER CODE
M80 - XXX XX XX
Series No.
Connector Style
Number of Ways
Contact Finish
For details of styles, as well as Mix-Tek and M83 markings and styles see the latest catalogue, or
individual drawings.
2.1.1. Number of ways:
SINGLE
ROW
(L-Tek)
No. of
ways 2 3 4 5 6 7 17 22
Order
Code 02 03 04 05 06 07 17 22
DOUBLE
ROW
(L-Tek)
No. of
ways 2+2 3+3 4+4 5+5 6+6 7+7 8+8 9+9 10+10 13+13 17+17 22+22
Order
Code 04 06 08 10 12 14 16 18 20 26 34 44
DOUBLE
ROW
(J-Tek)
No. of
ways 2+2 3+3 4+4 5+5 6+6 7+7 8+8 9+9 10+10 11+11 12+12 13+13
Order
Code 04 06 08 10 12 14 16 18 20 22 24 26
No. of
ways 14+14 15+15 16+16 17+17 18+18 19+19 20+20 21+21 22+22 23+23 24+24 25+25
Order
Code 28 30 32 34 36 38 40 42 44 46 48 50
COMPONENT SPECIFICATION C00531
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2.1. ORDER CODE (continued)
2.1.2. Contact Finish:
3. RATINGS
All materials are listed on individual drawings.
3.1. LOW-FREQUENCY SIGNAL CONNECTORS
3.1.1. Current Ratings
Standard Signal Contacts
Current – per individual contact at an ambient temperature of 25°C .................................. 3.3A max
Current – per individual contact at an ambient temperature of 85°C .................................. 2.6A max
Current – per contact through all contacts at an ambient temperature of 25°C .................. 3.0A max
Current – per contact through all contacts at an ambient temperature of 85°C ................. 2.2A max
T-Contacts
Current – per individual contact at an ambient temperature of 25°C .................................. 8.5A max
Current – per individual contact at an ambient temperature of 85°C .................................. 6.5A max
Current – per contact through all contacts at an ambient temperature of 25°C .................. 3.5A max
Current – per contact through all contacts at an ambient temperature of 85°C ................. 2.6A max
3.1.2. Other electrical characteristics
Working Voltage (at 1013mbar, sea level) .................................................................. 800V DC or AC peak
Pre-Crimped Wires & Cable Assemblies (at 1013mbar, sea level) ............................. 300V DC or AC peak
Voltage Proof (at 1013mbar, sea level) ....................................................................... 1200V DC or AC peak
Contact resistance (initial) ...................................................................................................... 20mΩ max
Contact resistance (after conditioning) .................................................................................. 25mΩ max
Insulation resistance (initial) .................................................................................................. 1,000MΩ min
Insulation resistance (hot after conditioning) ....................................................................... 100MΩ min
Creepage path contact-to-contact .......................................................................................... 0.35mm min
Air gap contact-to-contact ...................................................................................................... 0.35mm min
3.1.3. Environmental characteristics
Environmental classification.............................................................................-55/+125/56 Days at 95% RH
Low air pressure severity when only one contact is electrically loaded.......300 mbar (9,144m/30,000ft)
The connector will function correctly using a simultaneous combination of high temperature and low
air pressure down to 300mbar (altitude of 9,144m/30,000ft) up to 360V DC.
Finish Code 01 05 22 42
Male PC Tail -- Gold all over
Gold on Contact area
Tin /Lead on tail
Gold on Contact area
100% Tin on tail
Male Crimp -- Gold all over -- --
Female PC
Tail
Gold on Contact area
Tin /Lead on tail Gold all over -- Gold on Contact area
100% Tin on tail
Female
Crimp -- Gold clip,
Gold shell -- Gold clip,
Gold shell
COMPONENT SPECIFICATION C00531
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3. RATINGS (continued)
3.1. LOW-FREQUENCY SIGNAL CONNECTORS (continued)
3.1.3. Environmental characteristics (continued)
Salt Spray:
L-Tek..................................................................... BS2011 Part 2.1Kb Severity 2 (5% Solution – 6.5/7.2pH
@ 40°C / 93% Humidity for 66 hours)
J-Tek & Mix-Tek ................................................... EIA364 Test Procedure 26 condition A (5% Solution –
6.5/7.2pH @ 35°C / 95% Humidity for 96 hours)
Standard Signal Contacts
Vibration severity (10G test) ............................... 10Hz to 2000Hz over 0.75mm at 98m/s² (10G), duration
6 hours
Vibration severity (20G test) .............................. 10Hz to 81.73Hz at 1.5mm peak to peak, 57.55Hz to
2000Hz at 196.2 m/s² (20G), duration 2 hours
Shock severity ..................................................... 981m/s² (100G), 18 shocks total
Bump severity ..................................................... 390m/s² (40G), 4000 ±10 bumps
T-Contacts
Vibration severity ................................................ 10Hz to 13.6Hz at 35mm peak to peak, 13.6Hz to 41.6Hz
at 1. 5mm peak to peak, 41.6Hz to 2000Hz at 392.4
m/s² (40G), duration 6 hours
Shock severity ..................................................... 981m/s² (100G)
3.1.4. Mechanical characteristics
All Signal Contacts
Clip retention in body ............................................................................................................. 18N min
Minimum retention force may be 10N from a sample of 10 sockets, providing the average of the
samples is 22N.
High temperature, long term (current as in 3.1.) ....................................................... 1000 hours at 85°C
High temperature, short term (no electrical load) ..................................................... 250 hours at 125°C
Contact retention in moulding ................................................................................................ 10N min
Male Crimp Jackscrew contact replacement – 2 operations at 10N
Standard Signal Contacts
Durability ...................................................................................................................... 500 operations
Contact holding force ................................................................................................... 0.2N min
M80 insertion force (per contact, using mating pin, no latch fitted) ........................ 2.0N max
M80 withdrawal force (per contact, using mating pin, no latch fitted) .................... 0.2N min
M83 insertion force (per contact, using mating pin, no latch fitted) ........................ 1.0N max
M83 withdrawal force (per contact, using mating pin, no latch fitted) .................... 0.2N min
Contact wipe ................................................................................................................. 1.30mm min
Contact replacement in moulding ............................................................................... up to 2 times max
T-Contact
Durability ...................................................................................................................... 1000 operations
Insertion force (per contact, using mating pin, no latch fitted) ................................ 4.0N max
Withdrawal force (per contact, using mating pin, no latch fitted) ............................ 0.5N min
Contact wipe ................................................................................................................. 2.00mm min
Contact replacement in moulding ............................................................................... up to 2 times max
COMPONENT SPECIFICATION C00531
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3. RATINGS (continued)
3.1. LOW-FREQUENCY SIGNAL CONNECTORS (continued)
3.1.5. Wire Termination Range
Wire type (recommended) ............................................................................................... BS 3G 210 Type A
Crimp Type Small Bore Small Bore Small Bore Large Bore T-Contact
No. & Nominal dia. (mm)
of wires 7 / 0.12 7 / 0.15 7 / 0.2 19 / 0.15 19 / 0.15
A.W.G. 28 26 24 22 22
Minimum pull-off force 12.5N 25N 44N 50N 50N
M22520/2-01
Crimp tool setting 6 6 6 6 6
Max. insulation diameter Ø1.10mm
Crimp type Extra Small Bore
No. & nominal dia. (mm) of wires 7/0.12 1/0.25 7/0.08
AWG 28 30 32
Min. pull off force 12.5N 7N 4N
M22520/2-01 crimp tool setting 5 4 4
Max. insulation diameter Ø0.75mm
3.2. COAX CONTACTS
3.2.1. Electrical characteristics
Impedance ............................................................................................................................................. 50Ω
Frequency Range ................................................. 6GHz (Also dependent on cable type or board layout)
V.S.W.R. (Voltage Standing Wave Ratio) .............................................. 1.05 + (0.04 x Frequency) GHz max
Operating Voltage (at 1013mbar, sea level) .................................................................... 180V AC at 500mA
Maximum Voltage (at 1013mbar, sea level) .................................................................... 1,000V AC rms
Contact Resistance ....................................................................................................................... 6 max
Insulation Resistance (at 250V rms) ..................................................................................................... 106
3.2.2. Wire Termination Range
Cable Type Max. Insulation Diameter Compatible contacts
RG 178 Ø2.0mm M80-305, M80-308, M80-315, M80-318
RG 174 Ø2.7mm M80-307, M80-309, M80-317, M80-319
RG 179 Ø2.7mm M80-307, M80-309, M80-317, M80-319
RG 316 Ø2.7mm M80-307, M80-309, M80-317, M80-319
3.2.3. Mechanical characteristics
Durability ...................................................................................................................... 500 operations
Insertion force (per contact, using mating contact, no latch fitted) ......................... 8.0N max
Withdrawal force (per contact, using mating pin, no latch fitted) ............................ 0.5N min
Contact wipe ................................................................................................................. 1.30mm min
Contact replacement in moulding ............................................................................... 5 times max
COMPONENT SPECIFICATION C00531
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3. RATINGS (continued)
3.3. POWER CONTACTS
3.3.1. Electrical characteristics
Current rating (M80-3XX contact only) ....................................................................... 20A max
Current rating (M80-PXX contact only) ....................................................................... 40A max
Working Voltage (at 1013mbar, sea level) .................................................................. 800V DC or AC peak
Voltage Proof (at 1013mbar, sea level) ....................................................................... 1200V DC or AC peak
Contact Resistance ....................................................................................................... 6mΩ max
3.3.2. Wire Termination Range
A.W.G. Current Rating of cable Compatible contacts
10 40A max M80-PF5, M80-PM5
12 20A max M80-325, M80-335, M80-32A
14 15A max M80-326, M80-336, M80-32B
16 10A max M80-327, M80-337, M80-32C
18 8A max M80-328, M80-338
20 5A max M80-329, M80-339
3.3.3. Mechanical characteristics
Durability ...................................................................................................................... 500 operations
High temperature, long term (no electrical load) ...................................................... 1000 hours at 150°C
Insertion force (M80-3XX contacts) ............................................................................. 8.0N max
Insertion force (M80-PXX contacts) ............................................................................. 15.0N max
Withdrawal force .......................................................................................................... 0.5N min
Contact wipe ................................................................................................................. 1.30mm min
Contact replacement in moulding ............................................................................... 5 times max
COMPONENT SPECIFICATION C00531
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APPENDIX 1 – CONTACT ORIENTATIONS
These diagrams show pin numbers with reference to the polarisation feature. They represent male
connectors, shown looking onto the contact face.
A1.1. L-TEK – SINGLE ROW
2 1 3 1 4 1 5 1 6 1
7 1 17 1
22 1
2-way
22-way
17-way 7-way
6-way 5-way 4-way 3-way
90° tail (typical)
Polarising Key
A1.2. L-TEK – DOUBLE ROW
34-way
26-way 20-way
18-way 16-way 14-way
12-way 10-way
9
1
4 6
1
10
5
5
1
8
4
4 6
1 3
3
1
16
8
8
1
14
7
7
1
12
6
14 26 11 20
1 13 1 10
10
1
18
9
2
23 44
1
22
18 34
1 17
44-way
8-way 6-way 4-way
Polarising Key
90° tail (typical)
COMPONENT SPECIFICATION C00531
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APPENDIX 1 – CONTACT ORIENTATIONS (continued)
These diagrams show pin numbers with reference to the polarisation feature. They represent male
connectors, shown looking onto the contact face.
A1.3. M80 DOUBLE ROW
3
20 11
17
34 18
1
26 14
21
42 22
13 1
14 8
5
6 10
1
4 6
10
26 50
1
25
1
1
1
7
1
Polarising Key
90° tail (typical)
6-way
50-way
42-way
10-way 14-way
20-way 26-way
34-way
A1.4. M80 DOUBLE ROW
1
7
6
12
C A
D C
1 4
5 8
B A
A
F
90° tail (typical)
Polarising Key
N
on-symmetrical
(e.g. 3 special, 12 signal)
Symmetrical
(e.g. 2 special, 8 signal, 2 special)
Special contacts only
(e.g. 6 special)
COMPONENT SPECIFICATION C00531
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APPENDIX 1 – CONTACT ORIENTATIONS (continued)
These diagrams show pin numbers with reference to the polarisation feature. They represent male
connectors, shown looking onto the contact face.
A1.5 M83 3 ROW
A1.6. M83 3 ROW
1
6
13 18
1
8
A
B
C
D
All signal contacts
only
Signal and
special
contacts
COMPONENT SPECIFICATION C00531
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APPENDIX 2 – COAX CONTACT DETAILS
A2.1. COAX INTERFACE DIMENSIONS
Male Female
A2.2. COAX ASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS – M80-305/307, M80-315/317
1) Strip cable to dimensions shown against relevant part (see appropriate engineering drawings).
2) Identify pieces of coax connector to be assembled.
3) Slide sleeve onto cable past stripped area.
4) Crimp contact to end of cable inner conductor.
5) Insert cable and contact into coax body from back end – make sure that the braid goes outside and
over the end section.
6) Slide sleeve back over the end of the coax body and the braid. Crimp into place on the cable
insulation, using a hexagonal crimping tool.
Inner Conductor
Outer Insulator
Body Sleeve
Contact
Crimp here
Sleeve
Contact
Body Braid
Crimp here
Inner Insulator Braid
COMPONENT SPECIFICATION C00531
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APPENDIX 2 – COAX CONTACT DETAILS (continued).
A2.3. COAX ASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS – M80-308/309, M80-318/319.
1) Strip cable to dimensions shown against relevant part (see appropriate engineering
drawings).
2) Identify pieces of coax connector to be assembled.
3) Slide sleeve onto cable past stripped area.
4) Push the cable and sleeve into the body, as far as it will go. The cable inner
conductor will be visible through the hole in the top of the coax body, and should go
into the slot in the inner contact of the body. Make sure that the braid goes outside
and over the end section.
5) Solder the cable inner conductor to the body inner contact. When cool, place the
insulator inside the top, and press the cover into place. Slide the sleeve up to meet
the coax body, and hexagonal crimp in place.
Inner Conductor
Outer Insulator
Body
Sleeve
Inner Insulator Braid
Sleeve Insulator
(PTFE)
Cover
(metal)
Solder here
Insulator
Cover
Crimp here
Inner Conductor
COMPONENT SPECIFICATION C00531
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APPENDIX 3 – GAUGES (LOW FREQUENCY)
NOTES:
1. Material = Steel to BS1407 or equivalent.
2. Gauging surfaces to be hardened/ground to 650 H.V.5 minimum.
3. These gauges to be used for testing fully assembled components only.
4. Ultimate wear limit of 0.005mm is allowable on gauging diameters.
5. Loading force (Bending moment) to give 0.002Nm (Test prod only).
6. All dimensions are in millimetres.
7. For explanation of dimensions, etc. see BS8888.
8. Unless otherwise stated, all dimensions are maxima.
A3.1. TEST PROD
0.2
LAP
S
herical rad
R 3.16
2.70
2.65 9.40
9.27
2.362
2.350
Ø
0.500
0.495
Ø
A3.2. SIZING GAUGE
Spherical rad
0.2
LAP
6.25
6.15
0.505
0.500
Ø
A3.3. HOLDING GAUGE (Mass = 20 +0/-1 gm)
Spherical rad LAP
Ø 0.465
0.460
0.1
5.35
5.15
COMPONENT SPECIFICATION C00531
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APPENDIX 4 – TEST FOR LATCH INTEGRITY ON L-TEK
A4.1. LATCH INTEGRITY GAUGE
B
A
20
10
5Dim ‘B
Dim ‘A’
Remove all burrs
and sharp edges
‘A’ and ‘B’ stamped
in positions shown
No. of contacts
per row 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 13 17 22
Dim ‘A’
+0.00 / -0.02 6.00 8.00 10.00 12.00 14.00 16.00 18.00
20.0
0 22.00 28.00 36.00 46.0
0
Dim ‘B’
+0.02 / -0.00 5.00 7.00 9.00 11.00 13.00 15.00 17.00 19.00 21.00 27.00 35.00 45.00
A4.2. LATCH INTEGRITY TEST
B
AB
A
Figure 1 Figure 2 Figure 3
When Gauge A is placed between the two faces of the latch clips (as shown in Figure 1), the
connector shall be held against its own weight.
When Gauge B is placed between the two faces of the latch clips (as shown in Figure 2), the
connector shall not be held against its own weight.
When an unloaded female connector moulding is mated with a latched male connector, and a force of
20N is applied for 10 seconds in the directions shown in Figure 3, there shall be no failure of any part
of the latch mechanism.
COMPONENT SPECIFICATION C00531
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APPENDIX 5 – INSTRUCTIONS FOR THE USE OF CONNECTORS FITTED WITH JACKSCREWS
Connectors are fitted with jackscrews where it is considered necessary to provide mechanical
assistance in ensuring a satisfactory engagement and separation of the connector. This may apply
in cases where engagement and separation forces are so high as to prevent satisfactory hand
engagement, or where access to connector is restricted. Jackscrews also provide a locking feature,
preventing the connector from disengaging under adverse conditions.
In order to obtain maximum effectiveness from the jackscrew system, the following rules for their
use should be observed.
1. The connector with boardmount jackscrews should be fixed to the mounting board with fixings
and tightened to a torque of 21±2cmN.
2. On engaging the two halves of the connector after ensuring correct polarity, lightly push home
the floating half until the jackscrews touch. Then, maintaining the pressure, turn one of the
floating jackscrews clockwise, until it engages with the fixed screw. Repeat with the other
screw.
Then screw in each jackscrew, ensuring even loading by applying a maximum of one turn to
each screw in sequence until the connector is bottomed. This will be evident by a sudden
increase in the torque required on the screw. This torque should not exceed 23cmN.
NB: Care to be taken when aligning male and female threads to avoid cross-threading and
possible failure of parts.
3. On disengaging the two halves of the connector turn each of the floating jackscrews anti-
clockwise. Again ensure even loading by turning each screw in sequence for a maximum of
one turn until the jackscrew disengage. The connector can then be easily pulled apart.
4. Board mounting fixings must be fitted before Wave soldering.
5. Board mounting fixings can be fitted before or after reflow soldering, as preferred by
customer. If fitted before soldering, check that the fixings remain tight after soldering.
COMPONENT SPECIFICATION C00531
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APPENDIX 6 – INSTRUCTIONS FOR THE USE OF JACKSCREWS
1. Before engaging, the slot on the jackscrew should be at right angles to the length of the
connector.
2. Push the connectors together. Once the connectors are mated, use a screwdriver to push
down onto each 101Lok Jackscrew until the spring is compressed. Turn the Jackscrew 101
degreess, and release. The Jackscrew should remain partially compressed.
3. To disengage, use a screwdriver to push down on each 101Lok Jackscrew until the spring is
compressed. Turn the Jackscrew anti-clockwise 101 degrees, and release. The Jackscrew will
spring back to its uncompressed position.

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