1, The specification of the product including basic size
information, electrical and mechanical properties.
|Basic size information|
|Termination Interface Style||crimp or compression|
|Processing methods||E-stamping before tin-plated|
|Part No.||C4255F-TBE or C4255F-TBE or C4255F-TBE-H or C4255F-TPE-H or
C4255F-TB-TH or C4255F-TP-TH|
|Current Rating||9A AC, DC|
|Voltage Rating||600V AC, DC|
|Contact Resistance||10mΩ Max|
|Insulation Resistance||1000MΩ min|
|Withstanding Voltage||1500V AC/minute|
|Temperature range||-25℃ to 85 ℃|
|Other information please kindly check the following picture.|
2, Related drawing and report
The following pictures are engineering drawing and testing report
for your reference, wish these can help you to purchase the ideal
and right parts from us. Thank you!
|Actuator Insertion & Withdrawal Force||Insert and withdraw connectors at the speed rate of 25±3mm /
minute.||Refer to paragraph 7|
|Crimping Pull Out Force||Fix the crimped terminal, apply axial pull out force on the wire at
the speed rat of 25±3mm / minute.(Based upon JIS C5402 6.8)||AWG#14||11.0kgf (Min)|
|Terminal Insertion Force.||Insert the crimped terminal into the housing.||1.50kgf (Max.)|
|Terminal/Housing Retention Force.||Apply axial pull out force at the speed rate of 25±3mm / minute on
the terminal assembled in the housing.||3.00kgf (Min.)|
|Pin Retention Force||Apply axial push force at the speed rate of 25±3mm / minute||3.00kgf (Min.)|
|Latch Yield Strength|
Mate connectors and pull apart until both latches break at the
speed rate of
25±3mm / minute
|Panel Mount Retention Force||Insert the housing into panel cut out, push housing opposite the
way it was assembled until the locking barbs break at the speed
rate of 25±3mm / minute.||16.0kgf (Min.)|
Q:Do you allow multiple design per setup?
A:Yes.We accept OEM/ODM service and allow multiple design per setup.
Q:How long does shipping take?
A:It depends on the destination location and quantity. In most
developed country, delivery by Fed x/UPS/DHL is normally 2-3
Q: How is the goods packaged ?
A: Usually in PE bads, tube, pipe and with outside carton box.