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Spring-Loaded Connectors - SLC Connectors


Single Row
2.54 mm, Double-sided Floating mount

Connectors with floating mount spring-loaded contacts (SLC) for solderless pressure connection.

Technical specs.:

Flammability: UL 94V-O
Piston and barrel: Brass CuZn36Pb3 (C36000)
Spring: Stainless steel X12 CrNi177, DIN 17224
Max. stroke: 2 mm
Forces initial: 0.25 N
Forces initial at 1/2 stroke: 0.5 N
Mechanical life: 50'000 cycles
Max. operating current: 3.5 A
Contact resistance: 10 m Ω (static measurement, halfway position)
2.54 mm, Double-sided Floating mount
2.54 mm, Double-sided Floating mount

Ordering information RoHS-compliant parts

Please consult for more information. Floating mount contacts for applications with 4.5 to more than 10 mm distance D between connecting surfaces (see Fig. 3) have been designed to be assembled on plastic bodies or to be integrated by customer into specific assemblies.

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Spring-loaded connectors with floating mount contacts.

A solderless connecting system with double-sided pressure connection

Spring-loaded connectors with floating mount contacts.

A solderless connecting system with double-sided pressure connection

Double side contact effect can be achieved using spring-loaded
contacts in a floating design mounting (Fig.1).

The conventional spring-loaded contact (a)  made of a barrel, spring and plunger (piston) is mounted in a frame (housing) (b).

The barrel has a groove behind a retention barb (c). The frame has a restriction in the cavity hole.

The diameters are chosen so that the barrel is nicely guided but can move freely inside the hole once it has been clicked over the
retention feature.

The first contact surface is positioned on one side of the SLC (Fig. 2).

The second contact surface will actuate the spring-loaded contact. The spring-loaded contact is self-aligned between the two plans.
An equal contact pressure applies on both surfaces (Fig. 3).

Due to technical progress, all the information provided is subject to change without prior notice.

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