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I have a blank PEB backplane board for the PEB cards to plug into but it is not populated with the edge card connectors.

 

Anyone have a source for the edge card connectors that they know works so i can purchase 8 of these.

 

I think this one will work, but would like a 2nd or 3rd pair of eyes to verify.

 

5530843-7 by TE Connectivity | Connector Card Edge | Arrow.com

 

 

 

 

 

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Sorry, can't verify the fit. Just sharing.

What is the connector row spacing in the PBOX? is it the common 0.2" (5.08mm)?

 

Sometime last year, I ordered misc card edge connectors on electronicsurplus.com.

But skipped this 60-pin one: Amphenol - 252-30-50-004 for TRW as too obsolete.

They have a lot of junk.

 

I learned these part numbers though:

 

60-pin 0.1" pitch with no flanges:

 

TE or AMP 5530843-7 has 0.125" or 0.187" solder tails, according to a 2010 catalog, which your Arrow part also links to. Arrow lists it as 0.125".

TE or AMP 1-5530843-8 is the 0.187" solder tail.  Now $2 at Newark, vs $4 elsewhere.

EDAC 345/395 series - the 345-060-520-201 decodes as 520 = 0.175" solder tail, 201 = no flange. $4-$5 everywhere.

 

Height: Typically extend 0.66" above the pcb. I don't have a disassembled P-box, but I can see the TI part rises 0.5" above the metal plate that hides the PCB backplane.

Also I can't measure solder tails!

 

If you think you need the longer solder tails, Newark is $2.21 for the 1-5530843-8.

 

-Erik

 

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Those should work fine, @Shift838. The backplane is 2.54mm between pins and those look to be thin enough to fit through the holes (although, I think even the wire-wrap connector pins I have will fit, so those backplanes are pretty flexible).

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22 minutes ago, Ksarul said:

Those should work fine, @Shift838. The backplane is 2.54mm between pins and those look to be thin enough to fit through the holes (although, I think even the wire-wrap connector pins I have will fit, so those backplanes are pretty flexible).

Thanks!  i'll order some Samples.  TE.com lets you order samples of that part and many others..

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So I got to wondering about the TI part number marked on the P-box connector. I searched around the web for surplus like it, and came up with this table.

 


part no           pins      pitch   flange   notes

H411 1 2 1 -12    12/24     0.156   yes      
H411 1 3 1 -18    18/36     0.156   yes      solder eyelets
H412 0 2 1 -43A   43/86     0.156   no       tin
H421 0 2 1 -30    30/60     0.100   no       p-box
H421 0 2 1 -50    50/100    0.100   no       tin
H421 1 1 1 -50    50/100    0.100   yes      bronze
H435 1 1 1 -50    50/100    0.125   yes      wire wrap, gold
H435 2 1 1 -50    50/100    0.125   yes      wire wrap, bronze?
           
           
^         
H              
 ^^^ Series        
 412         0.156"   (maybe F12?)
 421         0.100"
 435         0.125" wire wrap

     ^
     0  no flange
     1  flange
     2

       ^
       1 gold
       2 tin
       3 solder eyelets

         ^
         1 ?
           
            ^^^
           # pins
        

 

I wonder if other TI peripherals yield additional part numbers.

 

 

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