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SM CONNECTOR

2.5mm pitch/Disconnectable Crimp style wire-to-wire connectors

Specifications –––––––––––––––––––

The SM series are 2.5mm pitch, wire-to-wire connectors that perform reliably in high-density, small current applications. •




• Current rating: 3A AC, DC max.
• Voltage rating: 250V AC, DC max.
• Temperature range: -25˚C to +85˚C
(including temperature rise in applying electrical current)
• Contact resistance: Initial value/10m Ω max.
After environmental testing/20m Ω max.
• Insulation resistance:
500M Ω min.
• Withstanding voltage: 1,500V AC/minute
• Applicable wire: AWG #28 to #22
0.08 to 0.33mm2
• Applicable panel thickness: 0.5 to 2.0mm
* Compliant with RoHS.
* Refer to "General Instruction and Notice when using
Terminals and Connectors" at the end of this catalog.
* Contact JST for details.

Standards ––––––––––––––––––––––
0 Recognized E60389

High contact pressure
Highly reliable housing construction
Mountable on a variety of panels
Arm lock mechanism

1 Certified LR20812
2 R50120150

Assembly layout

2∼12 circuits:8.7 18 circuits:14.5

(22.9)

Panel layout
4.0 +0.15 0

Panel thickness (mm)
0.5∼0.9
1.0∼1.5
1.5∼2.0
Circuits Plug housing Model No.
Panel hole dimensions (mm) General tolerance

5.15+0.15 0

4.15+0.15 0

1.6

(2 to 12 circuits)

+0.15
0

2

B

3
4

7.0 +0.15
0
1.4

(18 circuits)

5
6

10.15 +0.15 0

7.15+0.15 0

7
8
9
10
11
A
B

+0.15
0

B ±0.1

5.7

9.6

5.7

9.8

5.7

10.0

8.2

12.1

8.2

12.3

8.2

12.5

10.7

14.6

10.7

14.8

10.7

15.0

13.2

17.1

13.2

17.3

13.2

17.5

15.7

19.6

15.7

19.8

15.7

20.0

18.2

22.1

18.2

22.3

18.2

22.5

20.7

24.6

20.7

24.8

20.7

25.0

23.2

27.1

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