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Trident Series Catalog

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Trident Series
Key Features
Simple to install and maintain
Hand insertable contacts
No wedge locks or blind seals required
From 2 way to 24-way layouts
Up to IP69K sealing
Utilizes Trident Contacts
Positive locking latch & polarization key
Excellent cost/performance ratio
For more than a century, ITT Cannon has developed innovative interconnect solutions for the world’s harshest
environments.
With facilities in the United States, Germany, Italy, Mexico, China and Japan, each with its unique
strengths, we offer our customers
interconnect solutions that are truly Engineered for Life.
In addition to this truly global footprint, we offer highly specialized, segmented industry expertise. We have a proven track
record
as an industry leader in harsh-environment applications. This has equipped us with the knowledge needed to
continue
to produce the most resilient, reliable connectors for our customers’ most challenging conditions.
Interconnect solutions for the
harshest environments.
We Connect
When it matters most
The ITT Cannon difference
Global capabilities & local support
Proven application expertise
A century of interconnect leadership
A committed innovator & business partner
About ITT
ITT is a diversified leading manufacturer of highly engineered
critical components and customized technology solutions
for the energy, transportation and industrial markets.
Building on its heritage of innovation, ITT partners with its
customers to deliver enduring solutions to the key industries
that underpin our modern way of life. Founded in 1920,
ITT is headquartered in White Plains, N.Y., with employees in
more than 35 countries and sales in a total of approximately
125 countries. For more information, visit www.itt.com.
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Our connector portfolio remains
the most extensive in the industry.
Offering a reliable and cost effective range of interconnect
solutions.
Medical
Oil & Gas
Commercial & Military Aerospace
Heavy Equipment
Rail
lndustrial / lnstrumentation
Defense Vehicles
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Additional interconnect solutions utilizing
the trusted and proven Trident contact system
ITT Cannon’s Trident T2P and T3P contact technology
is an extremely reliable and effective solution for
harsh environment interconnects. In addition to the
extensive Trident range, this contact technology is
used in a number of ITT Cannon and Veam
connector series including:
APD Series
This full-plastic, proven bayonet series with IP69K
sealing and color and mechanical coding is an ideal
solution for multiple harsh transportation and industrial
environments that require high sealing grades.
CTC Series
This cost-effective, footprint minimized solution for
harsh environment vehicle wiring applications is
available in 8 to 24-way layouts. Extremely simple to
install and maintain it delivers an IP69K sealing
without the need for wedge locks or blind seals.
VRPC Series
This full plastic rectangular sealed connector series for
multiple transport and industrial applications is
extremely
durable, small and light weight and meets stringent
NFF
fire and smoke resistance standards for Rail.
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Description
Trident Connector System
Connector Selection Guide ........................................6
Snap Together - Rectangular
Introduction ..........................................7
How to Order.........................................8
Contact Cavity Arrangements.............................9
Connectors....................................... 10-13
Flame Retardant - Rectangular
Introduction .........................................14
Contact Cavity Arrangements............................15
Connectors....................................... 16-17
Snap Together - Slimline
Introduction .........................................18
How to Order........................................19
Connectors....................................... 19-21
Multiway Rack & Panel Connectors
Introduction .........................................22
How to Order........................................23
Contact Cavity Arrangements............................24
Style Selector - Hardware Selection Guide ..................25
Ringlock Circular Connectors
Introduction .........................................26
How to Order........................................27
Contact Cavity Arrangements............................28
Connectors....................................... 29-32
Accessories....................................... 33-35
Neptune Circular Connectors
Introduction .........................................36
How to Order........................................37
Contact Cavity Arrangements............................38
Connectors....................................... 39-46
Accessories....................................... 47-51
TNM Circular Connectors
Introduction .........................................52
How to Order........................................53
Contact Cavity Arrangements............................53
Connectors....................................... 54-57
Accessories....................................... 58-60
High Voltage
Introduction .........................................61
Connectors..........................................62
Contacts
Introduction and Performance Data.......................63
Contact Selection Guide............................. 64-65
T2P ............................................. 66-67
T3P ............................................. 68-70
Power..............................................71
Tools ................................................... 74-75
Assembly Instructions ....................................... 76-83
Reader’s Resource
IP Rating Chart .................................... 85-86
Glossary of Terms.................................. 87-88
Part Number Index . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 89-91
Product Safety Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .92
Warranty . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .92
Cannon’s Trident Connector System
is a versatile range of electrical
connectors based on a standard
contact design. These contacts are
fully interchangeable throughout
the Trident Connector System. The
connector options include low cost
retangulars, rack and panel,
industrial grade circulars, harsh
environment circulars and shielded
circulars.
Table of Contents
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Cannon Trident Connectors Connector Selection Guide
Snap Together Flame
Retardant
Rack and
Panel Circular
Rectangular Slimline Rectangular Multiway Ringlock Neptune Neptune Metal
(TNM)
High Voltage
(THV)
Operating
Voltage1
Up to
250 V ac rms
Up to
250 V ac rms
Up to
250 V ac rms *
Up to
250 V ac rms
Up to 380 V ac
rms (7 position
connector only)
Up to
250 V ac rms
Up to
250 V ac rms
Up to
500 V ac rms
Current
Rating2Up to 13 A Up to 10 A Up to 13 A Up to 13 A
Up to 13 A
Up to 16 A
with High
Conductivity
Contacts
Up to 13 A
Up to 16 A
with High
Conductivity
Contacts
Up to 30 A with
Power Contacts
Up to 13 A
Up to 16 A with
High Conductivity
Contacts
Up to 30 A with
Power Contacts
Up to 40 A with
D Sub Contacts
Up to 34 A with
Power Contacts
Operating
Temperature
-55°C to +105°C
(-67°F to +221°F)
(from -40°C,
-40°F for
PCB versions)
-55°C to +105°C
(-67°F to +221°F)
(from -40°C,
-40°F for
PCB versions)
-55°C to
+105°C
(-67°F to
+221°F)
-55°C to +125°C
(-67°F to +257°F)
(to +105°C,
221°F with
Plastic Hood)
-55°C to
+105°C
(-67°F to
+221°F)
-55°C to +105°C
(-67°F to
+221°F)
-55°C to
+105°C
(-67°F to
+221°F)
-40°C to
+125°C
(-40°F to
+257°F)
Insulation
Resistance
5000 MW at
500 V dc
5000 MW at
500 V dc
5000 MW at
500 V dc
5000 MW at
500 V dc
5000 MW at
500 V dc
5000 MW at
500 V dc
5000 MW at
500 V dc
5000 MW at
500 V dc
Durability3Up to 500
Mating Cycles
Up to 500
Mating Cycles
Up to 500
Mating Cycles
Up to 500
Mating Cycles
Up to 500
Mating Cycles
Up to 500
Mating Cycles
Up to 200
Mating Cycles
Up to 200
Mating Cycles
Environmental
Sealing - - - - Up to IP65 Up to IP67 Up to IP67 Up to IP67
Flammability UL 94 V-0 UL 94 V-0
I2/F2 according
to NFF 16-101
(fire & smoke
standards)
UL 94 V-0
UL 94 V-0
UL 94 V-1 with
Plastic Hoods
UL 94 V-0 UL 94 V-0 UL 94 V-0 UL 94 V-0
Insulator Black Nylon Black Nylon Gray Nylon Glass-Filled
Phenolic Black Nylon Black Nylon Black Nylon Orange Nylon
Coupling
Ring - - - - Nickel Plated
Brass
Nickel Plated
Brass
Nickel Plated
Brass
Nickel Plated
Brass
Layouts 2, 3, 4, 6, 12,
24, 36 3, 4, 6, 9, 10 2, 3, 4, 6, 12,
24, 36
14, 20, 26, 34,
50, 75
4, 7, 8, 12, 19,
23, 28, 35, 48
12+0, 19+0
13+2, 20+4,
28+4, 48+0,
19+12 **
4+0, 8+0, 12+0,
3+3, 4+3, 0+4,
19+0 **
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* For details please consult the factory
** Signal + Power contacts
1 Depends on contacts used, layout, and degree of pollution
2 Depends on number and type of contacts used
3 Depends on plating and type of contacts used
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Specifications and dimensions subject to change
These are low installed cost connectors rated for up to
13 A and 250 V ac. They are typically used for circuit
board and internal wiring applications. Snap Together
connectors facilitate easy assembly and removal
of equipment such as motors, fans, transformers,
etc. All Snap Together - Rectangular connectors are
RoHS Compliant.
Applications:
Vehicle Dashboards.
Circuit board connections.
Internal connections.
Product Features
Easy cost effective installation.
Integrally molded latches and
connector polarization.
Recognized under the component
program of UL Inc.
Inter-connector discrimination facilities available.
Accepts formed (stamped) or
machined contacts, see page 64.
Operating Voltage1 Up to 250 V ac rms
Contact Current Rating2 Up to 13 A
Operating Temperature -55°C to +105°C (-67°F to +221°F) for free Plug and Receptacles
-40°C to +105°C (-40°F to +221°F) for PCB Mounted Receptacles
Insulation Resistance 5000MW min. at 500 V dc
Durability3 Up to 500 Mating Cylces
Connector Latching Force 150 N min. with latches engaged
Panel Retention Force 500 N min.
Flammability UL 94 V-O
1 Depends on contacts used, layout, and degree of pollution
2 Depends on number and type of contacts used
3 Depends on plating and type of contacts used
Performance Specifications Materials and Finishes
Insulator Black Nylon, UL 94 V-0
Snap Together - Rectangular
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Dimensions shown in mm (inch)
Specifications and dimensions subject to change
Typical Nomenclature: TST 02 P A 0 0 *
Series
TST = Trident Snap Together
Number of Contacts
02
03
04
06
12
24
36
Plating Style
T = Tin
Y = Gold
Z = Gold Flash
* = None (no contacts)
Contact Type
0 = No Contacts (Standard for Plug and Panel
Mounted Receptacle)
1 = Machined Solder Tail Pin
2 = Machined Solder Tail Socket
5 = Formed Stamped Solder Tail Pin
6 = Formed Stamped Solder Tail Socket
Color of Moulding
0 = Black
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Test Method Criteria of Acceptance
Dielectric Withstanding Voltage 2000 V ac No breakdown
Thermal Shock -55°C to +125°C (-67°F to +257°F), 5 cycles No physical damage
Physical Shock 50 g’s peak, 3 axes, No physical damage.
11 millisecond duration half-sine pulse No loss of continuity >1 sec
Vibration 10 g’s peak, No physical damage,
10-500 Hz, 9 hours No loss of continuity >1 sec
Durability 500 cycles of mating and unmating, No mechanical or
500 mating cycles max electrical defects
Salt Spray 48 hours Shall be capable of mating and unmating
and meet contact resistance requirements
High Temperature Endurance 1000 hours at 125°C (+257°F) Insulation Resistance > 100 MΩ
Humidy Steady State RH 90-95%, 40°C (+104°F), 504 hours Insulation Resistance > 100 MΩ
Moisture Resistance 10 Cycles Insulation Resistance > 100 MΩ
The table below summarizes the results of key tests. Data is applicable to standard connectors with standard contacts.
Variations may affect this data, so please consult factory for further information on your requirements.
Test Specifications
How to Order
Type
PA Plug; Free
RB Receptacle; For PCB, with Mounting Lugs
RA Receptacle; Panel Mounting
(delivered without any contacts)
RR Receptacle, For PCB, 90° Right Angle Mounting
(only for 12 position connectors with machined contacts)
AS Accessory; Receptacle Shroud
AH Accessory; Plug Strain Relief Hood
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Cannon Trident Connectors Snap Together - Rectangular
Contact Cavity Arrangements — Mating Face View
36-way
Plug Receptacle
24-way
Plug Receptacle
6-way 12-way
Plug Receptacle Plug Receptacle
2-way 3-way 4-way
Plug Receptacle Plug Receptacle Plug Receptacle
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Cannon Trident Connectors Snap Together - Rectangular
Free Plug
Accepts Pin or Socket contacts.
Contacts to be ordered separately, see page 64.
Mates with panel mounted receptacles,
see page 11.
Mates with PCB mounted receptacles,
see pages 12-13.
Connector Discriminating (Keying) Pins
available, see page 73.
Number of Dimensions (max.)
Contacts Part Number Nomenclature A B
2 192990-0350 TST02PA00 15,50 (.610) 17,00 (.669)
3 192923-5920 TST03PA00 19,00 (.748) 17,00 (.669)
4 192990-0370 TST04PA00 24,00 (.944) 17,00 (.669)
6 192923-5930 TST06PA00 19,00 (.748) 22,00 (.866)
12 192923-5940 TST12PA00 19,00 (.748) 32,00 (1.259)
24 192923-5950 TST24PA00 24,00 (.944) 42,00 (1.653)
36 192923-5960 TST36PA00 49,50 (1.948) 32,00 (1.259)
Accessory —
Plug Strain Relief Hood
Provides strain relief and wire protection.
Secure with a tie-wrap (customer
supplies tie-wrap).
Number of Dimensions (max.)
Contacts Part Number Nomenclature Wire Bundle Dia. A B C D
2 192990-0460 TST02AH00 2,30-8,30 (.090-.326) 46,20 (1.818) 16,10 (.633) 11,00 (.433) 56,50 (2.224)
3 192990-0470 TST03AH00 2,30-8,30 (.090-.326) 46,20 (1.818) 18,60 (.732) 11,00 (.433) 56,50 (2.224)
4 192990-0480 TST04AH00 3,00-10,00 (.118-.393) 46,20 (1.818) 23,70 (.933) 11,00 (.433) 56,50 (2.224)
6 192923-5970 TST06AH00 2,30-8,30 (.090-.326) 46,20 (1.818) 19,00 (.748) 16,40 (.645) 56,50 (2.224)
12 192923-5980 TST12AH00 3,00-10,00 (.118-.393) 45,50 (1.791) 19,00 (.748) 26,40 (1.039) 55,80 (2.196)
24 192923-5990 TST24AH00 4,60-12,70 (.181-.500) 51,00 (2.007) 24,10 (.948) 36,80 (1.448) 60,30 (2.374)
36 192923-6000 TST36AH00 7,00-15,90 (.275-.625) 57,50 (2.263) 49,50 (1.948) 26,40 (1.039) 68,00 (2.677)
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Cannon Trident Connectors Snap Together - Rectangular
Receptacle — Panel Mounted
Accepts Pin or Socket contacts.
Contacts to be ordered separately,
see page 64.
Mates with Free Plugs, see page 10.
Connector Discriminating (Keying) Pins
available, see page 73.
Dimensions
Number of C D
Contacts Part Number Nomenclature A B ±0,13 (.005) ±0,13 (.005)
2 192990-0360 TST02RA00 19,00 (.748) 14,00 (.551) 11,50 (.452) 11,60 (.456)
3 192923-6010 TST03RA00 24,00 (.944) 14,00 (.551) 16,50 (.649) 11,60 (.456)
4 192990-0380 TST04RA00 29,00 (1.141) 14,00 (.551) 21,70 (.854) 11,60 (.456)
6 192923-6020 TST06RA00 24,00 (.944) 19,00 (.748) 16,50 (.649) 16,70 (.657)
12 192923-6030 TST12RA00 24,00 (.944) 29,00 (1.141) 16,70 (.657) 26,70 (1.051)
24 192923-6040 TST24RA00 29,00 (1.141) 39,00 (1.535) 21,80 (.858) 36,90 (1.452)
36 192923-6050 TST36RA00 54,20 (2.133) 29,00 (1.141) 46,70 (1.838) 26,40 (1.039)
Accessory —
Protection Shrouds
for Receptacles with
Pin Contacts
Provides protection for panel mounted
receptacles with pin contacts.
Shrouds can be fitted onto panels up
to 1,40 (.055) thick.
Section X-X
Dimensions
Number of
Contacts Part Number Nomenclature A B
3 192990-0400 TST03AS00 23,50 (.925) 19,05 (.748)
4 192991-0668 TST04AS00 28,60 (1.126) 19,05 (.748)
6 192990-0420 TST06AS00 23,50 (.925) 24,13 (.948)
12 192990-0430 TST12AS00 23,60 (.929) 34,20 (1.346)
24 192990-0440 TST24AS00 29,70 (1.169) 44,40 (1.748)
36 192990-0450 TST36AS00 54,40 (2.141) 34,00 (1.338)
Panel Cutout
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Cannon Trident Connectors Snap Together - Rectangular
Receptacle —
PCB Mounted
with Pin Contacts
Mates with Free Plug, see page 10.
Integrally molded flanges.
Contacts are on a 5,08 (.200) grid,
symmetrical on center lines.
Recommended PCB hole Ø1,15 (.045).
Connector Discriminating Caps
available, see page 73.
Formed (Stamped)
Number of
Contacts Plating Part Number Nomenclature
2 Gold* 192900-0411 TST02RB05Y
2 Tin 192990-3230 TST02RB05T
3 Gold* 192900-0412 TST03RB05Y
3 Tin 192990-3240 TST03RB05T
4 Gold* 192900-0413 TST04RB05Y
4 Tin 192990-3250 TST04RB05T
6 Gold* 192900-0414 TST06RB05Y
6 Tin 192990-3260 TST06RB05T
12 Gold* 192900-0415 TST12RB05Y
12 Tin 192990-3270 TST12RB05T
24 Gold* 192900-0416 TST24RB05Y
24 Tin 192990-3280 TST24RB05T
36 Gold* 192900-0417 TST36RB05Y
36 Tin 192990-3290 TST36RB05T
Machined Dimensions
B C
Part Number Nomenclature Figure A ±0,08 (.003) ±0,08 (.003) D E
192991-0270 TST02RB01Z 1 11,13 (.438) N/A 19,13 (.753) 6,00 (.236) 25,00 (.984)
192991-0271 TST02RB01T 1 11,13 (.438) N/A 19,13 (.753) 6,00 (.236) 25,00 (.984)
192991-0278 TST03RB01Z 2 16,21 (.638) 14,05 (.553) 10,24 (.403) 6,00 (.236) 20,10 (.791)
192991-0279 TST03RB01T 2 16,21 (.638) 14,05 (.553) 10,24 (.403) 6,00 (.236) 20,10 (.791)
192991-0286 TST04RB01Z 2 21,30 (.838) 14,05 (.553) 15,32 (.603) 6,00 (.236) 20,10 (.791)
192991-0287 TST04RB01T 2 21,30 (.838) 14,05 (.553) 15,32 (.603) 6,00 (.236) 20,10 (.791)
192991-0294 TST06RB01Z 2 16,20 (.637) 19,12 (.752) 10,23 (.402) 11,00 (.433) 26,00 (1.023)
192991-0295 TST06RB01T 2 16,20 (.637) 19,12 (.752) 10,23 (.402) 11,00 (.433) 26,00 (1.023)
192991-0302 TST12RB01Z 2 16,20 (.637) 29,30 (1.153) 10,26 (.404) 21,20 (.834) 35,20 (1.385)
192991-0303 TST12RB01T 2 16,20 (.637) 29,30 (1.153) 10,26 (.404) 21,20 (.834) 35,20 (1.385)
192991-0310 TST24RB01Z 2 21,30 (.838) 39,37 (1.550) 15,32 (.603) 31,30 (1.232) 45,60 (1.795)
192991-0311 TST24RB01T 2 21,30 (.838) 39,37 (1.550) 15,32 (.603) 31,30 (1.232) 45,60 (1.795)
192991-0402 TST36RB01Z 1 46,60 (1.834) 15,24 (.600) 54,64 (2.151) 21,20 (.834) 60,50 (2.382)
192991-0403 TST36RB01T 1 46,60 (1.834) 15,24 (.600) 54,64 (2.151) 21,20 (.834) 60,50 (2.382)
* Gold plating for Formed (Stamped) Contacts is 0,75 µm (30 µ in.) min gold. Gold plating for Machined Contacts is gold flash.
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Receptacle —
PCB Mounted
with Socket Contacts
Mates with Free Plug, see page 10.
Integrally molded flanges.
Contacts are on a 5,08 (.200) grid,
symmetrical on center lines.
Recommended PCB hole Ø 1,15 (.045).
Connector Discriminating Pegs available,
see page 73.
Formed (Stamped)
Number of
Contacts Plating Part Number Nomenclature
2 Gold* 192900-0418 TST02RB06Y
2 Tin 192990-3300 TST02RB06T
3 Gold* 192900-0419 TST03RB06Y
3 Tin 192990-3310 TST03RB06T
4 Gold* 192900-0420 TST04RB06Y
4 Tin 192990-3320 TST04RB06T
6 Gold* 192900-0421 TST06RB06Y
6 Tin 192990-3330 TST06RB06T
12 Gold* 192900-0422 TST12RB06Y
12 Tin 192990-3340 TST12RB06T
24 Gold* 192900-0423 TST24RB06Y
24 Tin 192990-3350 TST24RB06T
36 Gold* 192900-0424 TST36RB06Y
36 Tin 192990-3360 TST36RB06T
Machined Dimensions
B C
Part Number Nomenclature Figure A ±0,08 (.003) ±0,08 (.003) D E
192991-0213 TST02RB02Z 1 11,13 (.438) N/A 19,13 (.753) 6,00 (.236) 25,00 (.984)
192991-0214 TST02RB02T 1 11,13 (.438) N/A 19,13 (.753) 6,00 (.236) 25,00 (.984)
192991-0221 TST03RB02Z 2 16,21 (.638) 14,05 (.553) 10,24 (.403) 6,00 (.236) 20,10 (.791)
192991-0222 TST03RB02T 2 16,21 (.638) 14,05 (.553) 10,24 (.403) 6,00 (.236) 20,10 (.791)
192991-0229 TST04RB02Z 2 21,30 (.838) 14,05 (.553) 15,32 (.603) 6,00 (.236) 20,10 (.791)
192991-0230 TST04RB02T 2 21,30 (.838) 14,05 (.553) 15,32 (.603) 6,00 (.236) 20,10 (.791)
192991-0237 TST06RB02Z 2 16,20 (.637) 19,12 (.752) 10,23 (.402) 11,00 (.433) 26,00 (1.023)
192991-0238 TST06RB02T 2 16,20 (.637) 19,12 (.752) 10,23 (.402) 11,00 (.433) 26,00 (1.023)
192991-0245 TST12RB02Z 2 16,20 (.637) 29,30 (1.153) 10,26 (.404) 21,20 (.834) 35,20 (1.385)
192991-0246 TST12RB02T 2 16,20 (.637) 29,30 (1.153) 10,26 (.404) 21,20 (.834) 35,20 (1.385)
192991-0253 TST24RB02Z 2 21,30 (.838) 39,37 (1.550) 15,32 (.603) 31,30 (1.232) 45,60 (1.795)
192991-0254 TST24RB02T 2 21,30 (.838) 39,37 (1.550) 15,32 (.603) 31,30 (1.232) 45,60 (1.795)
192991-0261 TST36RB02Z 1 46,60 (1.834) 15,24 (.600) 54,64 (2.151) 21,20 (.834) 60,50 (2.382)
192991-0262 TST36RB02T 1 46,60 (1.834) 15,24 (.600) 54,64 (2.151) 21,20 (.834) 60,50 (2.382)
* Gold plating for Formed (Stamped) Contacts is 0,75 µm (30 µ in.) min gold. Gold plating for Machined Contacts is gold flash.
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Cannon Trident Connectors Flame Retardant - Rectangular
This connector series is compliant to railway
standards. The material properties are I2/F2
according to NFF 16-101 & NFF 16-102. These
are low installed cost connectors rated for up to
13 A and 250 V ac. They are typically used for
circuit board and internal wiring applications. All
flame retardant connectors are RoHS Compliant.
Applications:
Vehicle Dashboards.
Circuit board connections.
Internal connections.
• Railway.
• Lighting.
Cabin Applications.
Control Consoles.
Product Features
Material properties I2/F2 according to NFF 16-101 & NFF 16-102
Easy cost effective installation.
Integrally molded latches and connector polarization.
Accepts formed (stamped) or machined contacts, see page 64.
Operating Voltage1 Up to 250 V ac rms
Contact Current Rating2 Up to 13 A
Operating Temperature -55°C to +105°C (-67°F to +221°F) for free Plug and Receptacles
Insulation Resistance 5000MW min. at 500 V dc
Durability3 Up to 500 Mating Cylces
Connector Latching Force 150 N min. with latches engaged
Panel Retention Force 500 N min.
Flammability UL 94 V-0
1 Depends on contacts used, layout, and degree of pollution
2 Depends on number and type of contacts used
3 Depends on plating and type of contacts used
Performance Specifications Materials and Finishes
Insulator Gray Nylon
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Cannon Trident Connectors Flame Retardant - Rectangular
Contact Cavity Arrangements — Mating Face View
36-way
Plug Receptacle
24-way
Plug Receptacle
6-way 12-way
Plug Receptacle Plug Receptacle
2-way 3-way 4-way
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Cannon Trident Connectors Flame Retardant - Rectangular
Free Plug
Accepts Pin or Socket contacts.
Contacts to be ordered separately,
see page 64.
Mates with panel mounted receptacles,
see page 17.
Connector Discriminating (Keying) Pins
available, see page 72.
Number of Dimensions (max.)
Contacts Part Number Nomenclature A B
2 121587-0010 TFR02PA10 15,50 (.610) 17,00 (.669)
3 121587-0011 TFR03PA10 19,00 (.748) 17,00 (.669)
4 121587-0012 TFR04PA10 24,00 (.944) 17,00 (.669)
6 121587-0013 TFR06PA10 19,00 (.748) 22,00 (.866)
12 121587-0014 TFR12PA10 19,00 (.748) 32,00 (1.259)
24 121587-0015 TFR24PA10 24,00 (.944) 42,00 (1.653)
36 121587-0016 TFR36PA10 49,50 (1.948) 32,00 (1.259)
Accessory —
Plug Strain Relief Hood
Provides strain relief and wire
protection.
Secure with a tie-wrap (customer
supplies tie-wrap).
Number of Dimensions (max.)
Contacts Part Number Nomenclature Wire Bundle Dia. A B C D
2 121587-0020 TFR02AH10 2,30-8,30 (.090-.326) 46,20 (1.818) 16,10 (.633) 11,00 (.433) 56,50 (2.224)
3 121587-0021 TFR03AH10 2,30-8,30 (.090-.326) 46,20 (1.818) 18,60 (.732) 11,00 (.433) 56,50 (2.224)
4 121587-0022 TFR04AH10 3,00-10,00 (.118-.393) 46,20 (1.818) 23,70 (.933) 11,00 (.433) 56,50 (2.224)
6 121587-0023 TFR06AH10 2,30-8,30 (.090-.326) 46,20 (1.818) 19,00 (.748) 16,40 (.645) 56,50 (2.224)
12 121587-0024 TFR12AH10 3,00-10,00 (.118-.393) 45,50 (1.791) 19,00 (.748) 26,40 (1.039) 55,80 (2.196)
24 121587-0025 TFR24AH10 4,60-12,70 (.181-.500) 51,00 (2.007) 24,10 (.948) 36,80 (1.448) 60,30 (2.374)
36 121587-0026 TFR36AH10 7,00-15,90 (.275-.625) 57,50 (2.263) 49,50 (1.948) 26,40 (1.039) 68,00 (2.677)
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Cannon Trident Connectors Flame Retardant - Rectangular
Receptacle —
Panel Mounted
Accepts Pin or Socket contacts.
Contacts to be ordered separately,
see page 64.
Mates with Free Plugs, see page 16.
Connector Discriminating (Keying) Pins
available, see page 72.
Dimensions
Number of C D
Contacts Part Number Nomenclature A B ±0,13 (.005) ±0,13 (.005)
2 121587-0030 TFR02RA10 19,00 (.748) 14,00 (.551) 11,50 (.452) 11,60 (.456)
3 121587-0031 TFR03RA10 24,00 (.944) 14,00 (.551) 16,50 (.649) 11,60 (.456)
4 121587-0032 TFR04RA10 29,00 (1.141) 14,00 (.551) 21,70 (.854) 11,60 (.456)
6 121587-0033 TFR06RA10 24,00 (.944) 19,00 (.748) 16,50 (.649) 16,70 (.657)
12 121587-0034 TFR12RA10 24,00 (.944) 29,00 (1.141) 16,70 (.657) 26,70 (1.051)
24 121587-0035 TFR24RA10 29,00 (1.141) 39,00 (1.535) 21,80 (.858) 36,90 (1.452)
36 121587-0036 TFR36RA10 54,20 (2.133) 29,00 (1.141) 46,70 (1.838) 26,40 (1.039)
Panel Cutout
Pack of 100
Kit —
Plug and Strain Relief Hood
Provides protection for panel mounted
receptacles with pin contacts.
Shrouds can be fitted onto panels up
to 1,40 (.055) thick.
Number of
Contacts Part Number Nomenclature
2 121587-0040 TFR02PH10
3 121587-0041 TFR03PH10
4 121587-0042 TFR04PH10
6 121587-0043 TFR06PH10
12 121587-0044 TFR12PH10
24 121587-0045 TFR24PH10
36 121587-0046 TFR36PH10
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Cannon Trident Connectors Snap Together - Slimline
The Slimline offers a low profile connector
system that is well suited for circuit board
applications. The precision machined
contacts are ideal for power and sensitive
signals. All Snap Together - Slimline
connectors are RoHS Compliant.
Applications:
Junction Boxes.
Communications equipment.
Test equipment.
• Instrumentation.
Product Features
Less than 10,00 (.393) width on PC board.
Pin headers pre-loaded with straight or 90° machined solder tail pins.
Mating plug accepts all Trident signal crimp socket contacts, see page 64.
Plugs have integrally molded quick connect/disconnect latches.
Five single row contact arrangements available.
Recognized under the component program of UL Inc.
Gold plated version available with earth pin capability.
10 A per circuit.
Performance Specifications Materials and Finishes
Insulator Black Nylon, UL 94 V-0
Test Method Criteria of Acceptance
Dielectric Withstanding Voltage 2000 V ac No breakdown
Thermal Shock -55°C to +125°C (-67°F to +257°F), 5 cycles No physical damage
Physical Shock 50 g’s peak, 3 axes, No physical damage.
11 millisecond duration half-sine pulse No loss of continuity >1 sec
Vibration 10 g’s peak, No physical damage,
10-500 Hz, 9 hours No loss of continuity >1 sec
Durability 500 cycles of mating and unmating, No mechanical or
500 mating cycles max electrical defects
Salt Spray 48 hours Shall be capable of mating and unmating
and meet contact resistance requirements
High Temperature Endurance 1000 hours at 125°C (+257°F) Insulation Resistance > 100 MΩ
Humidy Steady State RH 90-95%, 40°C (+125°F), 504 hours Insulation Resistance > 100
Moisture Resistance 10 Cycles Insulation Resistance > 100 MΩ
The table below summarizes the results of key tests. Data is applicable to standard connectors with standard contacts.
Variations may affect this data, so please consult factory for further information on your requirements.
Test Specifications
1 Depends on contacts used, layout, and degree of pollution
2 Depends on number and type of contacts used
3 Depends on plating and type of contacts used
Operating Voltage1 Up to 250 V ac rms
Contact Current Rating2 Up to 10 A
Operating Temperature -55°C to +105°C (-67°F to +221°F) for free Plug & Receptacles
-40°C to +105°C (-40°F to +221°F) for PCB Mounted Receptacles
Insulation Resistance 5000MW min. at 500 V dc
Durability3 Up to 500 Mating Cylces
Connector Latching Force 150 N min. with latches engaged
Panel Retention Force 500 N min.
Flammability UL 94 V-0
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Plug Connector
Socket contacts must be ordered separately
for the plug connectors, see page 64.
Number of D
Contacts Part Number Nomenclature max.
3 192990-0960* TST03PF00 16,10 (.633)
4 192990-0970 TST04PF00 21,20 (.834)
6 192990-0980 TST06PF00 31,40 (1.236)
9 192990-0990 TST09PF00 46,60 (1.834)
10 192990-1000 TST10PF00 51,60 (2.031)
Typical Nomenclature: TST 03 P F 0 0
Series
TST = Trident Snap Together
Number of Contacts
03
04
06
09
10
Plating Style
* = None (Plug only)
T = Tin
Y = 0,4 mm Gold overall
Contact Type
0 = No Contacts (Standard for Plug and Panel
Mounted Receptacle)
1 = Machined Solder Tail Pin
2 = Machined Solder Tail Socket
5 = Formed Stamped Solder Tail Pin
6 = Formed Stamped Solder Tail Socket
Color of Moulding
0 = Black
Cannon Trident Connectors Snap Together - Slimline
*
How to Order
Pack of 100
Materials and Finishes
Variant
RD PCB Receptacle; Straight Contacts
RE PCB Receptacle; 90° Contacts
PF Plug
*Available in gray (material properties I2/F2 according to NFF 16-101 & NFF 16-102), part number: 192990-0965.
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Receptacle
with Straight Pin Contacts
For gold plated versions extended earth
pins are available in any one or two
positions. Contact your local Cannon
Sales Office for further details.
Number of
Contacts Part Number Nomenclature
3 192991-0337 TST03RD01Y
4 192991-0347 TST04RD01Y
6 192991-0342 TST06RD01Y
9 192991-0536 TST09RD01Y
10 192991-0354 TST10RD01Y
Tin Plated Version Dimensions (max.)
Part Number Nomenclature A B C
192991-0316 TST03RD01T 31,40 (1.236) 19,40 (.763) 25,50 (1.003)
192991-0318 TST04RD01T 36,50 (1.437) 14,50 (.964) 30,60 (1.204)
192991-0320 TST06RD01T 46,70 (1.838) 34,70 (1.366) 40,70 (1.602)
192991-0322 TST09RD01T 61,90 (2.437) 49,90 (1.964) 56,00 (2.204)
192991-0324 TST10RD01T 67,00 (2.637) 55,00 (2.165) 61,10 (2.405)
Number of D
Contacts max.
3 25,50 (1.003)
4 30,60 (1.204)
6 40,70 (1.602)
9 56,00 (2.204)
10 61,10 (2.405)
Gold Plated Version
0,4µm (16µin.) min. Gold
PCB Layout
Pack of 100
Snap Together - Slimline
Cannon Trident Connectors
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Cannon Trident Connectors Snap Together - Slimline
Receptacle
with 90° Pin Contacts
For gold plated versions extended
earth pins are available in any one
or two positions. Contact your local
Cannon Sales Office for further details.
Number of
Contacts Part Number Nomenclature
3 192991-0532* TST03RE01Y
4 192991-0533 TST04RE01Y
6 192991-0534 TST06RE01Y
9 192991-0535 TST09RE01Y
10 192991-0538 TST10RE01Y
Tin Plated Version Dimensions (max.)
Part Number Nomenclature A B C
192991-0317 TST03RE01T 31,40 (1.236) 19,40 (.763) 25,50 (1.003)
192991-0319 TST04RE01T 36,50 (1.437) 14,50 (.964) 30,60 (1.204)
192991-0321 TST06RE01T 46,70 (1.838) 34,70 (1.366) 40,70 (1.602)
192991-0323 TST09RE01T 61,90 (2.437) 49,90 (1.964) 56,00 (2.204)
192991-0325 TST10RE01T 67,00 (2.637) 55,00 (2.165) 61,10 (2.405)
Number of D
Contacts max.
3 25,50 (1.003)
4 30,60 (1.204)
6 40,70 (1.602)
9 56,00 (2.204)
10 61,10 (2.405)
PCB Layout
Gold Plated Version
0,4µm (16µin.) min. Gold
Pack of 100
*Available in gray (material properties I2/F2 according to NFF 16-101 & NFF 16-102), part number: 192991-0539.
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Cannon Trident Connectors Multiway Rack & Panel Connectors
The Multiway Range has six contact
cavity arrangements available and offers
an extremely reliable, robust and
versatile connector system, in which
any of the Trident signal contacts can
be used. All Multi Rack & Panel
connectors are RoHS Compliant.
Applications:
Inflight entertainment systems.
Railway applications.
Test measurement equipment.
Product Features
Fully tested to MIL-STD-202 and now IEC 512.
Wide range of accessories, jacking and mounting hardware.
Polarizing between connectors available, by contact position, use of
shrouds or additional guide pin and socket sets.
Recognized under the component program of CSA.
Complete range of contact options available, see page 64.
Performance Specifications Materials and Finishes
Insulator Glass-Filled Phenolic
Intermating Hardware Brass and Stainless Steel
Jackscrew Knobs Thermoplastic
Cable Clamps Stainless Steel
Pin Protection Shrouds, 14-34-way Anodized Aluminum
Pin Protection Shrouds, 50 & 75-way Stainless Steel
Formed Hoods Anodized Aluminum
Plastic Hoods Unfilled Thermoplastic - PPO
Die Cast Hoods Gray Painted Zinc Alloy
Test Data
Test Description IEC Test Military Standard Test Method
Test Voltage 512-2 Test 4a MIL-STD-202 301
Insulation Resistance 512-2 Test 3a MIL-STD-202 302
Vibration 512-4 Test 6d MIL-STD-202 204, Condition A
Shock 512-4 Test 6c MIL-STD-202 213
Humidity 512-6 Test 11c MIL-STD-202 103, Condition C
Corrosion (Salt Spray) 512-6 Test 11f MIL-STD-202 101, Condition B
Dry Heat 512-6 Test 11i MIL-STD-202 108A, Condition D
- Temperature Range -55°C to +125°C (-67°F to +257°F) Plastic Hood
assemblies limited to 105°C to (221°F)
Test Voltage 2000 V ac rms for 60 seconds
Insulation Resistance 5000MW min. at 500 V dc
Durability¹ Up to 500 Mating Cycles
Flammability UL 94 V-0 (Insulators), UL 94 V-1 (Plastic Hoods)
Rated Current Dependent on choice of contact and application
(usually limited by cable bundle factor)
1 Depends on plating and type of contacts used
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Series Prefix
TM – Trident Multiway
Contact Arrangement
See Page 24
Contact Type
P – Plug
R – Receptacle
Hardware Style
N – Normal Hardware
R – Reversed Hardware
Style Selector
See Hardware Selection Guide,
page 25.
Series Identification
1 – For all items in this publication
Shroud Polarizing Code
leave blank, if not required.
Contact Cannon for other options.
For more information, please
contact your local ITT Cannon sales office.
Multiway Rack & Panel Connectors
Cannon Trident Connectors
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KEY
= Guide pin or male jack screw
= Guide socket or female jack screw
= Fixing holes can be fitted with additional
guide pins and sockets for discrimination
Contact Cavity Arrangements — Mating Face View
14-way 20-way
Plug Receptacle Plug Receptacle
26-way 34-way
Plug Receptacle Plug Receptacle
50-way 75-way
Plug Receptacle Plug Receptacle
Multiway Rack & Panel Connectors
Cannon Trident Connectors
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Style Selector — Hardware Selection Guide
Multiway Rack & Panel Connectors
Cannon Trident Connectors
Style Selector — Hardware Selection Guide
Plain, No Accessories
Note: Shown without Pin Protection Shroud.
Plastic Hood
Jackscrews available on 34-way only.
No Shrouds 007 001
Shrouds 207 201
Note:
1. Connectors with Jackscrews will not mate with
connectors with Guide Pins or Sockets.
2. Normal Hardware: Plugs have rotating jackscrews,
receptacles have fixed jackposts.
3 . Reversed Hardware: Receptacles have rotating
jackscrews, plugs have fixed jackposts.
Die-Cast Hood
Straight Cable Clamp 90° Cable Clamp
No Shrouds 118 180
Shrouds 218 280
Note:
1. Connectors with Jackscrews will not mate with
connectors with Guide Pins or Sockets.
2. Normal Hardware: Plugs have rotating jackscrews,
receptacles have fixed jackposts.
3. Reversed Hardware: Receptacles have rotating
jackscrews, plugs have fixed jackposts.
Note: Shown with Heavy Duty Jackscrew
No Shrouds 138 136
Shrouds 238 236
Note:
1. Connectors with Jackscrews will not mate with
connectors with Guide Pins or Sockets.
2. Normal Hardware: Plugs have rotating jackscrews,
receptacles have fixed jackposts.
3. Reversed Hardware: Receptacles have rotating
jackscrews, plugs have fixed jackposts.
118 180
218 280
No Shrouds 155 159
(34-way only) (14, 20, 26 &
34-way only)
Shrouds 255 285
(34-way only) (14, 20, 26 &
34-way only)
Note:
1. Connectors with Jackscrews will not mate with
connectors with Guide Pins or Sockets.
2. Normal Hardware: Plugs have rotating jackscrews,
receptacles have fixed jackposts.
3 . Reversed Hardware: Receptacles have rotating
jackscrews, plugs have fixed jackposts.
No Shrouds 157 185
(50 & 75-way only)
Shrouds 257 285
(50 & 75-way only)
Note:
1. Connectors with Jackscrews will not mate with
connectors with Guide Pins or Sockets.
2. Normal Hardware: Plugs have rotating jackscrews,
receptacles have fixed jackposts.
3 . Reversed Hardware: Receptacles have rotating
jackscrews, plugs have fixed jackposts.
Rotating
Jackscrews
or Fixed
Jackposts
Guide Pins
& Sockets
Rotating
Jackscrews
or Fixed
Jackposts
Guide Pins
& Sockets
Rotating
Jackscrews
or Fixed
Jackposts
Guide Pins
& Sockets
Rotating
Jackscrews
or Fixed
Jackposts
Guide Pins
& Sockets
Rotating
Jackscrews
or Fixed
Jackposts
Guide Pins
& Sockets
Standard
Cable Exit to Left
Rotating
Jackscrews
or Fixed
Jackposts
Guide Pins
& Sockets
Reversed
Cable Exit to Right
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Ringlock is a range of robust circular
connectors for industrial and transportation
applications. It uses a metal bayonet coupling
system for quick and reliable connections and
thermoplastic bodies for low installed cost.
The connectors are available in several sizes
ranging from 4 to 48 circuits for signals of up
to 16 A. With the addition of a cable clamp,
the connectors can be water sealed to meet
IP65. All Ringlock Circular Connectors are
RoHS Compliant.
Product Features
Rugged metal coupling.
Available in unsealed and
sealed versions.
Positive bayonet locking.
Shell to shell keying.
Integrally molded combined
plastic body and insulator.
Performance Specifications Materials and Finishes
Connector Body Black Nylon
Coupling Ring Nickel Plated Copper Alloy
Bayonet Pins Stainless Steel
Bayonet Pins Support Band Nickel Plated Copper Alloy
Applications:
Industrial Electronics.
Robotic Systems.
Manufacturing Equipment.
Printing Equipment.
Instrumentation.
Machine Building.
Wide range of accessories.
Accepts all Trident signal
contacts.
PCB versions are available.
Recognized under the
component program of UL Inc.
1 Depends on contacts used, layout and degree of pollution
2 Depends on number and type of contacts used
3 Depends on plating and type of contact used
Ringlock Circular Connectors
Cannon Trident Connectors
- Operating Voltage1 Up to 250 V ac rms
Up to 380 V ac rms (Size 1807 only)
Contact Current Rating2 Up to 13 A, Up to 16 A with High Conductivity Contacts
Operating Temperature -55°C to +105°C (-67°F to + 221°F)
Insulation Resistance 5000MW min. at 500 V dc
Durability3 Up to 500 Mating Cycles
Environmental Sealing Up to IP65
Flammability UL 94 V-0
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Cannon Trident Connectors Ringlock Circular Connectors
Test Method Criteria of Acceptance
Dielectric Withstanding Voltage 1550 V ac for 60 seconds No breakdown
2500 V ac for 60 seconds (Size 1807 only) No breakdown
Thermal Shock -55°C to +125°C (-67°F to +257°F), 5 cycles No physical damage.
Physical Shock 50 g’s peak, 3 axes, No physical damage.
11 millisecond duration half-sine pulse No loss of continuity >1 sec
Vibration 10 g’s peak,10-500 Hz, 9 hours No physical damage.
No loss of continuity >1 sec
Durability 500 cycles of mating and unmating, No mechanical or
500 mating cycles max Electrical defects
Salt Spray 48 hours Shall be capable of mating and unmating
and meet contact resistance requirements
High Temperature Endurance 1000 hours at 125°C (+257°F) Insulation Resistance > 100 MΩ
Humidy Steady State RH 90-95%, 40°C(+104°F), 504 hours Insulation Resistance > 100 MΩ
Moisture Resistance 10 Cycles Insulation Resistance > 100 MΩ
The table below summarizes the results of key tests. Data is applicable to standard connectors with standard contacts.
Variations may affect this data, so please consult factory for further information on your requirements.
Test Specifications
How to Order-Connectors
Typical Nomenclature: TR 16 19 P M S 1 N B
Series
TR = Trident Ringlock
Shell Number of
Size Contacts
10 04
12 08
14 12
16 19
18 07
18 23
20 28
22 35
24 48
Color
B = Black
Material
N = Nylon
Series Identification
1 = Standard
S = Standard
H = Interface Sealing*
P = Plastic Coupling Nut**
M = Accepts Male Contacts
F = Accepts Female Contacts
P = Plug
R = Receptacle
* Receptacle only
** Shell size 16 and 24 only
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Cannon Trident Connectors Ringlock Circular Connectors
Contact Cavity Arrangements
Mating Face View, Standard Plug
(Mating Face View, Reversed Plug is mirror image)
Shell Size 10 Shell Size 12 Shell Size 14
4 8 12
Shell Size 20 Shell Size 22 Shell Size 24
28 35 48
Shell Size 16 Shell Size 18 Shell Size 18
19 7 (VDE 0110)* 23
Shell Size
Number of Contacts
* Meets creepage and clearance requirements according to VDE 0110.
Note: The shell size indicates the diameter of the interface in sixteenths of an inch.
Example: Shell size 16 is 1.00 inch in diameter, 25,4 mm.
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Standard Plug
for Pin Contacts
Mates with Standard Receptacles, see page 30.
Accepts pin contacts, see page 64.
Discriminating (Keying) Pins available, see page 72.
Can be water sealed to IP65.
Shell Number of Dimensions Accessory
Size Contacts Part Number Nomenclature ØA ± 0,20 (.008) B max. ØC ± 0,15 (.005) ØD ± 0,15 (.005) E Thread
10 4 192922-1250 TR1004PMS1NB 21,60 (.850) 31,80 (1.252) 10,90 (.429) 12,20 (.480) 19,10 ±0,20 (.751 ±.007) 9/16 - 24 UNEF
12 8 192922-1260 TR1208PMS1NB 24,80 (.976) 31,80 (1.252) 13,80 (.543) 15,10 (.594) 19,10 ±0,20 (.751 ±.007) 11/16 - 24 UNEF
14 12 192922-1270 TR1412PMS1NB 28,00 (1.102) 31,80 (1.252) 17,00 (.669) 18,30 (.720) 19,10 ±0,20 (.751 ±.007) 13/16 - 20 UNEF
16 19 192922-1280 TR1619PMS1NB 31,20 (1.228) 31,80 (1.252) 19,90 (.783) 21,40 (.842) 19,10 ±0,20 (.751 ±.007) 15/16 - 20 UNEF
18 7 192990-1330 TR1807PMS1NB 34,30 (1.350) 33,00 (1.299) 22,50 (.885) 24,00 (.944) 19,10 ±0,20 (.751 ±.007) 1-1/16 - 18 UNEF
18 23 192990-1320 TR1823PMS1NB 34,30 (1.350) 31,80 (1.252) 22,40 (.881) 24,00 (.944) 19,10 ±0,20 (.751 ±.007) 1-1/16 - 18 UNEF
20 28 192922-1290 TR2028PMS1NB 37,50 (1.476) 31,80 (1.252) 25,60 (1.007) 27,10 (1.066) 19,10 ±0,20 (.751 ±.007) 1-3/16 - 18 UNEF
22 35 192922-1300 TR2235PMS1NB 40,70 (1.602) 31,80 (1.252) 28,50 (1.122) 30,40 (1.196) 19,10 ±0,20 (.751 ±.007) 1-5/16 - 18 UNEF
24 48 192990-1340 TR2448PMS1NB 43,90 (1.728) 31,80 (1.252) 31,70 (1.248) 33,50 (1.318) 14,72 ±0,15 (.580 ±.006) 1-7/16 - 18 UNEF
Ringlock Circular Connectors
Cannon Trident Connectors
Single Piece Connector
Note: For versions with plastic locking ring, please consult the factory.
IMPORTANT NOTE: Standard and Reversed Format
Equipment design dictates whether the fixed connector is “live” or “dead” when
disconnected. Connector housings are available that
provide socket contacts on the live side of the equipment.
Standard Format: Receptacle with socket contacts.
Reversed Format: Receptacle with pin contacts.
Standard and Reversed connectors are not intermateable.
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Ringlock Circular Connectors
Cannon Trident Connectors
Standard Receptacle
for Socket Contacts
Mates with Standard Plugs, see page 29.
Accepts socket contacts, see page 64.
Printed circuit contacts are available, see page 64.
IMPORTANT NOTE: Sealed Connectors
A sealed receptacle has an O-Ring seal that blocks moisture when the
plug and receptacle are mated. However, the receptacle is not sealed in an
unmated condition. For protection, dust caps are recommended for unmated
receptacles, see page 34.
Plug connectors using a sealed cable clamp (see page 35) with jacketed
cable will meet IP65 when mated to a sealed receptacle.
ØJ=Flange in Front of Panel
ØH= Flange at Rear of Panel
Dimensions
Shell Number of A B C ØD E F ØG ØH ØJ Accessory
Size Contacts max. ± 0,15 (.005) ± 0,20 (.007) ± 0,15 (.005) ± 0,15 (.005) ± 0,25 (.009) ± 0,10 (.003) ± 0,10 (.003) ± 0,10 (.003) Thread
10 4 24,00 (.945) 2,30 (.091) 11,15 (.439) 15,00 (.591) 18,00 (.709) 23,50 (.925) 3,25 (.128) 17,30 (.681) 15,10 (.594) 9/16 - 24 UNEF
12 8 25,80 (1.016) 2,30 (.091) 11,35 (.447) 19,00 (.748) 20,50 (.807) 26,20 (1.031) 3,25 (.128) 21,80 (.858) 18,20 (.716) 11/16 - 24 UNEF
14 12 24,00 (.945) 2,30 (.091) 11,35 (.447) 22,20 (.874) 22,60 (.890) 28,15 (1.108) 3,25 (.128) 25,00 (.984) 21,40 (.842) 13/16 - 20 UNEF
16 19 25,80 (1.016) 2,30 (.091) 11,35 (.447) 25,40 (1.000) 24,20 (.953) 30,50 (1.200) 3,25 (.128) 28,10 (1.106) 24,60 (.968) 15/16 - 20 UNEF
18 7 32,50 (1.280) 2,50 (.098) 18,20 (.716) 28,50 (1.122) 27,00 (1.063) 33,30 (1.311) 3,25 (.128) 31,30 (1.232) 27,80 (1.094) 1-1/16 - 18 UNEF
18 23 25,80 (1.016) 2,50 (.098) 11,35 (.447) 28,50 (1.122) 26,90 (1.059) 33,30 (1.311) 3,25 (.128) 31,30 (1.232) 27,80 (1.094) 1-1/16 - 18 UNEF
20 28 27,00 (1.063) 2,50 (.098) 14,50 (.571) 31,70 (1.248) 29,20 (1.150) 36,50 (1.437) 3,25 (.128) 34,50 (1.358) 30,90 (1.216) 1-3/16 - 18 UNEF
22 35 28,00 (1.102) 3,50 (.138) 14,50 (.571) 34,90 (1.374) 31,60 (1.244) 39,70 (1.563) 3,25 (.128) 37,70 (1.484) 34,10 (1.342) 1-5/16 - 18 UNEF
24 48 30,30 (1.193) 3,50 (.138) 15,30 (.602) 38,05 (1.498) 34,45 (1.356) 42,90 (1.689) 3,90 (.154) 40,90 (1.610) 37,30 (1.468) 1-7/16 - 18 UNEF
Part Numbers-Single Piece Connector
Shell Number of Unsealed
Size Contacts Part Number Nomenclature
10 4 192922-1190 TR1004RFS1NB
12 8 192922-1200 TR1208RFS1NB
14 12 192922-1210 TR1412RFS1NB
16 19 192922-1220 TR1619RFS1NB
18 7 192990-1300 TR1807RFS1NB
18 23 192990-1290 TR1823RFS1NB
20 28 192922-1230 TR2028RFS1NB
22 35 192922-1240 TR2235RFS1NB
24 48 192990-1310 TR2448RFS1NB
Sealed (see important note below)
Part Number Nomenclature
192990-1660 TR1004RFH1NB
192990-1670 TR1208RFH1NB
192990-1680 TR1412RFH1NB
192990-1690 TR1619RFH1NB
192990-1700 TR1807RFH1NB
192990-1710 TR1823RFH1NB
192990-1720 TR2028RFH1NB
192990-1730 TR2235RFH1NB
192990-1740 TR2448RFH1NB
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Reversed Plug
for Socket Contacts
Mates with Reversed Receptacles, see page 32.
Accepts socket contacts, see page 64.
Discriminating (Keying) Pins available, see page 73.
Can be water sealed to IP65.
IMPORTANT NOTE: Standard and Reversed Format
Equipment design dictates whether the fixed connector is “live” or “dead” when
disconnected. Connector housings are available that
provide socket contacts on the live side of the equipment.
Standard Format: Receptacle with socket contacts.
Reversed Format: Receptacle with pin contacts.
Standard and Reversed connectors are not intermateable.
Shell Number of Dimensions Accessory
Size Contacts Part Number Nomenclature Ø A ± 0,20 (.008) B max. ØC ± 0,15 (.005) ØD ± 0,15 (.005) E Thread
10 4 192926-0500 TR1004PFS1NB 21,60 (.850) 26,10 (1.027) 11,00 (.433) 12,20 (.480) 19,10 ±0,20 (.751 ±.007) 9/16 - 24 UNEF
12 8 192926-0510 TR1208PFS1NB 24,80 (.976) 25,60 (1.008) 13,90 (.547) 15,10 (.594) 19,10 ±0,20 (.751 ±.007) 11/16 - 24 UNEF
14 12 192926-0520 TR1412PFS1NB 28,00 (1.102) 26,80 (1.055) 17,10 (.673) 18,30 (.720) 19,10 ±0,20 (.751 ±.007) 13/16 - 20 UNEF
16 19 192926-0530 TR1619PFS1NB 31,20 (1.228) 27,60 (1.087) 20,00 (.787) 21,40 (.842) 19,10 ±0,20 (.751 ±.007) 15/16 - 20 UNEF
18 7 192990-1390 TR1807PFS1NB 34,30 (1.350) 31,50 (1.240) 22,50 (.885) 24,00 (.944) 19,10 ±0,20 (.751 ±.007) 1-1/16 - 18 UNEF
18 23 192990-1380 TR1823PFS1NB 34,30 (1.350) 25,60 (1.088) 22,50 (.885) 24,00 (.944) 19,10 ±0,20 (.751 ±.007) 1-1/16 - 18 UNEF
20 28 192926-0540 TR2028PFS1NB 37,50 (1.476) 31,30 (1.232) 25,70 (1.011) 27,10 (1.066) 19,10 ±0,20 (.751 ±.007) 1-3/16 - 18 UNEF
22 35 192926-0550 TR2235PFS1NB 40,70 (1.602) 31,30 (1.232) 28,60 (1.126) 30,40 (1.196) 19,10 ±0,20 (.751 ±.007) 1-5/16 - 18 UNEF
24 48 192990-1400 TR2448PFS1NB 43,90 (1.728) 31,30 (1.232) 31,80 (1.225) 33,50 (1.318) 14,72 ±0,15 (.580 ±.006) 1-7/16 - 18 UNEF
Ringlock Circular Connectors
Cannon Trident Connectors
Single Piece Connector
Note: For versions with plastic locking ring, please consult the factory.
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Ringlock Circular Connectors
Cannon Trident Connectors
Reversed Receptacle
for Pin Contacts
Mates with Reversed Plugs, see page 31.
Accepts pin contacts, see page 64.
Printed Circuit contacts are available, see page 64.
Panel Cutout
ØJ = Flange in Front of Panel
ØH = Flange at Rear of Panel
Dimensions
Shell Number of A B C ØD E F ØG ØH ØJ Accessory
Size Contacts max. ±0,15 (.005) ±0,20 (.007) ±0,15 (.005) ±0,15 (.005) ±0,25 (.009) ±0,10 (.003) ±0,10 (.003) ±0,10 (.003) Thread
10 4 31,50 (1.240) 2,30 (.091) 11,35 (.447) 15,00 (.591) 18,00 (.709) 23,50 (.925) 3,25 (.128) 17,30 (.681) 15,10 (.594) 9/16 - 24 UNEF
12 8 31,50 (1.240) 2,30 (.091) 11,35 (.447) 19,00 (.748) 20,50 (.807) 26,20 (1.031) 3,25 (.128) 21,80 (.858) 18,20 (.716) 11/16 - 24 UNEF
14 12 31,50 (1.240) 2,30 (.091) 11,35 (.447) 22,20 (.874) 22,90 (.902) 28,15 (1.108) 3,25 (.128) 25,00 (.984) 21,40 (.842) 13/16 - 20 UNEF
16 19 31,50 (1.240) 2,30 (.091) 11,35 (.447) 25,40 (1.000) 24,20 (.953) 30,50 (1.200) 3,25 (.128) 28,10 (1.106) 24,60 (.968) 15/16 - 20 UNEF
18 7 34,20 (1.346) 2,30 (.091) 17,80 (.700) 28,50 (1.122) 27,00 (1.063) 33,30 (1.311) 3,25 (.128) 31,30 (1.232) 27,80 (1.094) 1-1/16 - 18 UNEF
18 23 31,50 (1.240) 2,50 (.098) 11,35 (.447) 28,50 (1.122) 26,90 (1.059) 33,30 (1.311) 3,25 (.128) 31,30 (1.232) 27,80 (1.094) 1-1/16 - 18 UNEF
20 28 33,00 (1.299) 2,50 (.098) 14,55 (.573) 31,70 (1.248) 29,20 (1.150) 36,50 (1.437) 3,25 (.128) 34,50 (1.358) 30,90 (1.216) 1-3/16 - 18 UNEF
22 35 33,00 (1.299) 3,50 (.138) 14,55 (.573) 34,90 (1.374) 31,60 (1.244) 39,70 (1.563) 3,25 (.128) 37,70 (1.484) 34,10 (1.342) 1-5/16 - 18 UNEF
24 48 34,80 (1.370) 3,50 (.138) 15,35 (.604) 38,05 (1.498) 34,45 (1.356) 42,90 (1.689) 3,90 (.154) 40,90 (1.610) 37,30 (1.468) 1-7/16 - 18 UNEF
Part Numbers - Single Piece Connector
Number of Unsealed
Shell Size Contacts Part Number Nomenclature
10 4 192926-0440 TR1004RMS1NB
12 8 192926-0450 TR1208RMS1NB
14 12 192926-0460 TR1412RMS1NB
16 19 192926-0470 TR1619RMS1NB
18 7 192990-1360 TR1807RMS1NB
18 23 192990-1350 TR1823RMS1NB
20 28 192926-0480 TR2028RMS1NB
22 35 192926-0490 TR2235RMS1NB
24 48 192990-1370 TR2448RMS1NB
Sealed (see important note below)
Part Number Nomenclature
192990-1760 TR1004RMH1NB
192990-1770 TR1208RMH1NB
192990-1780 TR1412RMH1NB
192990-1790 TR1619RMH1NB
192990-1800 TR1807RMH1NB
192990-1810 TR1823RMH1NB
192990-1820 TR2028RMH1NB
192990-1830 TR2235RMH1NB
192990-1840 TR2448RMH1NB
IMPORTANT NOTE: Sealed Connectors
A sealed receptacle has an O-Ring seal that blocks moisture when the plug and receptacle are
mated. However, the receptacle is not sealed in an unmated condition. For protection, dust caps
are recommended for unmated receptacles, see page 34.
Plug connectors using a sealed cable clamp (see page 35) with jacketed cable
will meet IP65 when mated to a sealed receptacle.
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Specifications and dimensions subject to change
Cannon Trident Connectors Ringlock Circular Accessories
Typical Nomenclature: TR 10 A HC 1 N
Series
TR = Trident Ringlock
Shell Size
10
12
14
16
18
20
22
24
A = Accessory
Material
N = Nylon
Series Identification
1 = Standard
HC = Sealed Cable Clamp
SR = Unsealed Cable Clamp
AD = Heat Shrink Adapter
How to Order-Accessories
How to Order-Dust Caps
Typical Nomenclature: TNA 10 DCR0 - 00 B
Series
TNA = Trident Neptune Accessory
(Ringlock Compatible)
Shell Size
10
12
14
16
18
20
22
24
Packaging
B = Bulk
L = Single Pack
Accessory Style, Type and Size
Dust Cap
DC R0-00 Unsealed Dust Cap, Receptacle (PAD)*
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Cannon Trident Connectors Ringlock Circular Accessories
Unsealed
Plastic Dust Caps
for Receptacles
Protects unmated receptacles.
Durable construction for long-term use.
For use with Ringlock receptacles.
Shell Part Number Part Number Dimension
Size (Each) (Pack of 100) Ø A max.
10 192900-0666 192900-0676 21,80 (.858)
12 192900-0667 192900-0677 25,40 (1.000)
14 192900-0668 192900-0678 28,60 (1.126)
16 192900-0669 192900-0679 31,70 (1.248)
18 192900-0670 192900-0680 34,90 (1.374)
20 192900-0671 192900-0681 38,10 (1.500)
22 192900-0672 192900-0682 41,20 (1.622)
24 192900-0673 192900-0683 44,40 (1.748)
Part Number Dimensions
Shell Size (Each) Nomenclature ØA ±0,3 (.012) ØB ±0,3 (.012) C ±0,3 (.012) H Thread
10 192990-1430 TR10AAD 21,00 (.827) 18,10 (.712) 19,20 (.755) 9/16 - 24 UNEF-2B
12 192990-1440 TR12AAD 24,00 (.944) 23,40 (.921) 19,20 (.755) 11/16 - 24 UNEF-2B
14 192990-1450 TR14AAD 27,00 (1.063) 24,20 (.952) 19,20 (.755) 13/16 - 20 UNEF-2B
16 192990-1460 TR16AAD 30,20 (1.189) 29,60 (1.165) 21,50 (.846) 15/16 - 20 UNEF-2B
18 192990-1470 TR18AAD 33,30 (1.311) 31,70 (1.248) 21,50 (.846) 1-1/16 - 18 UNEF-2B
20 192990-1480 TR20AAD 36,50 (1.437) 35,80 (1.409) 22,80 (.897) 1-3/16 - 18 UNEF-2B
22 192990-1490 TR22AAD 39,70 (1.563) 38,20 (1.503) 22,80 (.897) 1-5/16 - 18 UNEF-2B
24 192990-1500 TR24AAD 42,90 (1.689) 41,30 (1.626) 21,90 (.862) 1-7/16 - 18 UNEF-2B
Panel Gaskets
for Ringlock Receptacles
For sealed versions
Shell Size Part Number (Pack of 100)
10 075-8543-011
12 075-8543-012
14 075-8543-013
16 075-8543-014
18 075-8543-015
20 075-8543-016
22 075-8543-017
24 075-8543-018
Adapters for Heat Shrink Boots or Sleeving
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Specifications and dimensions subject to change
Cannon Trident Connectors Ringlock Circular Accessories
Sealed Cable Clamps
for Use With Ringlock Circular Connectors
For use with jacketed cables.
Provides strain relief and wire protection.
Can be water sealed to IP65. See notes on pages 30 and 32.
For assembly instructions, see page 79.
Unsealed Cable Clamps
for Use With Ringlock Circular Connectors
Provides strain relief and wire protection.
For assembly instructions, see page 79.
* For disassembly, add 9,00 (.354) for Shell Sizes 10-16 & add 10,60 (.417) for Shell Sizes 18-24.
Part Number Dimensions
Shell Size (Each) Nomenclature Ø A max. B ± 0,15 (.005) ØC max. Ø D ± 0,15 (.005) E* max.
10 192922-1310 TR10ASR1N 21,50 (.846) 6,40 (.251) 8,70 (.342) 21,00 (.826) 61,30 (2.413)
12 192922-1320 TR12ASR1N 24,90 (.980) 6,40 (.251) 12,80 (.503) 24,00 (.944) 61,30 (2.413)
14 192922-1330 TR14ASR1N 27,00 (1.063) 6,40 (.251) 13,80 (.543) 27,00 (1.063) 67,10 (2.641)
16 192922-1340 TR16ASR1N 30,10 (1.185) 6,40 (.251) 17,00 (.669) 30,20 (1.189) 67,10 (2.641)
18 192990-1510 TR18ASR1N 32,00 (1.259) 7,00 (.275) 19,90 (.783) 33,20 (1.307) 70,80 (2.787)
20 192922-1350 TR20ASR1N 34,30 (1.350) 7,00 (.275) 21,00 (.827) 36,40 (1.433) 79,30 (3.122)
22 192922-1360 TR22ASR1N 37,10 (1.460) 8,20 (.322) 23,00 (.905) 39,60 (1.559) 85,30 (3.358)
24 192990-1520 TR24ASR1N 41,80 (1.645) 8,20 (.322) 27,00 (1.063) 42,80 (1.685) 90,80 (3.574)
Part Number Dimensions
Shell Size (Each) Nomenclature Ø A max. B ± 0,20 (.007) C* max.
10 192990-1530 TR10AHC1N 11,10 (.437) 18,80 (.740) 76,50 (3.011)
12 192990-1540 TR12AHC1N 13,60 (.535) 20,80 (.818) 77,80 (3.063)
14 192990-1550 TR14AHC1N 14,60 (.574) 22,80 (.897) 85,50 (3.366)
16 192990-1560 TR16AHC1N 16,60 (.653) 24,70 (.972) 89,80 (3.535)
18 192990-1570 TR18AHC1N 16,60 (.653) 24,70 (.972) 93,00 (3.661)
20 192990-1580 TR20AHC1N 22,10 (.870) 31,80 (1.252) 107,50 (4.232)
22 192990-1590 TR22AHC1N 22,10 (.870) 31,80 (1.252) 114,50 (4.507)
24 192990-1600 TR24AHC1N 29,60 (1.165) 41,80 (1.645) 128,50 (5.059)
* Assumes a uniformly cylindrical cable. Variations in the diameter could effect sealing.
* For disassembly, add 9,00 (.354) for Shell Sizes 10-16 & add 10,60 (.417) for Shell Sizes 18-24.
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Cannon Trident Connectors Neptune Circular Connectors
Neptune is a range of circular connectors specifi-
cally designed for harsh environment applications.
They come with membrane wire seals that meet the
requirements for IP67 and do not require blanking
plugs for unused cavities. They will accept various
combinations of signal (13 A) and power (30 A)
contacts. The receptacle connectors feature stainless
steel bayonet pins integrally molded into the bodies.
The plug connectors are available with either high
strength metal or corrosion resistant plastic
coupling rings. All Neptune Circular Connectors are
RoHS Compliant.
Product Features
Mixes signal and 30 A power contacts in one housing.
Printed circuit contacts available.
Full interface and cable sealing up to IP67.
Large range of support accessories.
Robust, cost effective connector for harsh environments.
Performance Specifications Materials and Finishes
Connector Body Black Nylon
Coupling Ring Nickel Plated Copper Alloy
Bayonet Pins Stainless Steel
Bayonet Pins Support Band Nickel Plated Copper Alloy
Applications
Off Road Vehicles.
Truck and Bus.
Agricultural Equipment.
Construction Equipment.
Printing Machines.
Industrial Automation.
Stamping Machines.
1 Depends on contacts used, layout, and degree of pollution
2 Depends on type and number of contacts used
3 Depends on plating and type of contacts used
- Operating Voltage1 Up to 250 V ac rms
Contact Current Rating2 Up to 13 A, Up to 16 A with High Conductivity
Contacts, Up to 30 A with Power Contacts
Operating Temperature -55°C to + 105°C (-67°F to +221°F)
Insulation Resistance 5000MW min. at 500 V dc
Durability3 Up to 500 Mating Cycles
Environmental Sealing Up to IP67
Flammability UL 94 V-0
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Typical Nomenclature: TN 7 S 24 - 1219 P 1 B
Series
TN = Trident Neptune
Shell Style
0 = Flange Receptacle (4 holes)
6 = Plug
7 = Jam Nut Receptacle
Sealing Class
G = Grommet, no nut
LS = Large Grommet, extender and nut (Size 24-0048 only)
S = With Grommet and nut
U = Unsealed
Modification
* = Standard
01= Jam Nut Receptacles bulk
packages are delivered without nut
See page 50 for Spare Jam Nuts
Packaging
B = Bulk (100 pcs)
L = Single Pack
Connector Finish Materials
1 = Standard (Nickel Plated Metal Parts)
2 = Plastic Coupling Nut (TN plug shell
sizes 16 and 24 only)
Contact Type
P = Pin
S = Socket
Shell Size and Contact Arrangement
Shell Size Number of
Power Contacts
Number of
Signal Contacts
14 - 00 12
16 - 00 19
16 - 02 13
24 - 12 19
24 - 04 20
24 - 04 28
24 - 00 48
Test Method Criteria of Acceptance
Dielectric Withstanding Voltage 2000 V ac for 60 seconds No breakdown
Thermal Shock -55°C to +120°C (-67°F to +248°F) No physical damage
Physical Shock 40 g’s peak, 3 axes, No physical damage.
6 millisecond duration half-sine pulse No loss of continuity >10 sec
Vibration 10 g’s peak,10-500 Hz No physical damage,
No loss of continuity >10 sec
Durability 500 cycles of mating and unmating, No mechanical or
500 mating cycles max electrical defects
Salt Spray 48 hours Shall be capable of mating and unmat
ing and meet contact resistance
requirements
High Temperature Endurance 1000 hours at 85°C (+185°F) Insulation Resistance > 100 MW
250 hours at 120°C (+248°F)
Humidy Steady State RH 90-95%, 40°C (+104°F), 504 hours Insulation Resistance > 100 MW
The table below summarizes the results of key tests. Data is applicable to standard connectors with standard contacts.
Variations may affect this data, so please consult factory for further information on your requirements.
Test Specifications
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Neptune Circular Connectors
Cannon Trident Connectors
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Neptune Circular Connectors
Cannon Trident Connectors
Contact Cavity Arrangements
Neptune Circular Connectors offer combinations of Signal and Power contacts. The Signal cavities
will accept any of the standard Trident contacts, including signal contacts up to 16 A. The power
cavities will accept power contacts rated at 30 A. PCB contacts are also available, for more
information, see page 64.
Mating Face Views of Reversed and Standard Receptacles.
Shell Size 14 Shell Size 16 Shell Size 16
0 Power 0 Power 2 Power
12 Signal 19 Signal 13 Signal
Shell Size 24 Shell Size 24 Shell Size 24 Shell Size 24
12 Power 4 Power 4 Power 0 Power
19 Signal 20 Signal 28 Signal 48 Signal
Note: The Signal cavities will accept any of the standard Trident contacts, including signal contacts up to 16 A. The power cavities
will accept power contacts rated at 30 A. PCB contacts are also available.
Wire Sealing Range*
Contact Signal Power
Arrangement (Overall Diameter) (Overall Diameter)
(Power- Signal Contacts)
0-12 1,70-2,70 (.066-.106) N/A
0-19 1,70-2,70 (.066-.106) N/A
2-13 1,70-2,70 (.066-.106) 2,70-4,00 (.106-.157)
4-20 1,70-2,70 (.066-.106) 2,70-4,00 (.106-.157)
4-28 1,70-2,70 (.066-.106) 2,70-4,00 (.106-.157)
0-48 1,70-2,20 (.066-.086) N/A
0-48 (L) 2,60-3,20 (.102-.126) N/A
12-19 1,70-2,70 (.066-.106) 2,70-4,00 (.106-.157)
(L) Larger overall sealing diameter for thick insulation wires
* Describes the range of cable diameters to be used respective layout
Shell Size
Number of Power Contacts
Number of Signal Contacts
The view is of reversed receptacle
Standard receptacle is a mirror image
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Ø C
Standard Plug
for Pin Contacts
Metal Locking Ring
For Wire Sealing Ranges, see page 38.
Accepts pin contacts, see page 64.
Water sealed to IP67.
Shell Power Signal
Size Contacts Contacts Part Number Nomenclature Part Number Nomenclature A ØB ØC D
14 00 12 192900-0303 TN6S14-0012P1L 192900-0318 TN6S14-0012P1B 38,80 (1.527) 24,30 (.957) 28,00 (1.102) 19,10 ±0,20 (.751 ±.007)
16 00 19 192900-0017 TN6S16-0019P1L 192900-0013 TN6S16-0019P1B 38,90 (1.532) 27,00 (1.063) 30,20 (1.189) 19,10 ±0,20 (.751 ±.007)
16 02 13 192900-0507 TN6S16-0213P1L 192900-0510 TN6S16-0213P1B 38,90 (1.532) 27,00 (1.063) 30,20 (1.189) 19,10 ±0,20 (.751 ±.007)
24 00 48 192900-0469 TN6S24-0048P1L 192900-0472 TN6S24-0048P1B 39,80 (1.566) 40,50 (1.594) 44,00 (1.732) 14,72 ±0,15 (.580 ±.006)
24 04 20 192900-0014 TN6S24-0420P1L 192990-9430 TN6S24-0420P1B 39,80 (1.566) 40,50 (1.594) 44,00 (1.732) 14,72 ±0,15 (.580 ±.006)
24 04 28 192900-0015 TN6S24-0428P1L 192900-0012 TN6S24-0428P1B 39,80 (1.566) 40,50 (1.594) 44,00 (1.732) 14,72 ±0,15 (.580 ±.006)
24 12 19 192900-0016 TN6S24-1219P1L 192990-9380 TN6S24-1219P1B 39,80 (1.566) 40,50 (1.594) 44,00 (1.732) 14,72 ±0,15 (.580 ±.006)
24 00 48 (L) 192991-0628 TN6LS24-0048P1L 192991-0637 TN6LS24-0048P1B 50,70 (2.000) 40,50 (1.594) 44,00 (1.732) 14,72 ±0,15 (.580 ±.006)
Shell Power Signal
Size Contacts Contacts Part Number Nomenclature Part Number Nomenclature A ØB ØC D
14 00 12 * TN6G14-0012P1L 192900-0319 TN6G14-0012P1B - 13/16 – 20 UNEF 28,00 (1.102) 19,10 ±0,20 (.751 ±.007)
16 00 19 * TN6G16-0019P1L 192900-0095 TN6G16-0019P1B - 15/16 – 20 UNEF 30,20 (1.189) 19,10 ±0,20 (.751 ±.007)
24 00 48 * TN6G24-0048P1L 192900-0473 TN6G24-0048P1B - 1-7/16 – 18 UNEF 44,00 (1.732) 14,72 ±0,15 (.580 ±.006)
24 04 20 * TN6G24-0420P1L 192900-0092 TN6G24-0420P1B - 1-7/16 – 18 UNEF 44,00 (1.732) 14,72 ±0,15 (.580 ±.006)
24 04 28 * TN6G24-0428P1L 192990-0093 TN6G24-0428P1B - 1-7/16 – 18 UNEF 44,00 (1.732) 14,72 ±0,15 (.580 ±.006)
24 12 19 * TN6G24-1219P1L 192900-0094 TN6G24-1219P1B - 1-7/16 – 18 UNEF 44,00 (1.732) 14,72 ±0,15 (.580 ±.006)
Shell Power Signal
Size Contacts Contacts Part Number Nomenclature Part Number Nomenclature A ØB ØC D
16 02 13 * TN6U16-0213P1L * TN6U16-0213P1B 34,70 (1.366) 15/16 – 20 UNEF 30,20 (1.189) 19,10 ±0,20 (.751 ±.007)
24 04 20 * TN6U24-0420P1L * TN6U24-0420P1B 35,70 (1.406) 1-7/16 – 18 UNEF 44,00 (1.732) 14,72 ±0,15 (.580 ±.006)
24 04 28 * TN6U24-0428P1L * TN6U24-0428P1B 35,70 (1.406) 1-7/16 – 18 UNEF 44,00 (1.732) 14,72 ±0,15 (.580 ±.006)
24 12 19 * TN6U24-1219P1L * TN6U24-1219P1B 35,70 (1.406) 1-7/16 – 18 UNEF 44,00 (1.732) 14,72 ±0,15 (.580 ±.006)
Without Securing Nut
With Wire Seal and Securing Nut
Unsealed - Without Wire Seal and Securing Nut
Single Piece Connector
Bulk Packages
(100 Connectors)
Single Piece Connector
Bulk Packages
(100 Connectors)
Single Piece Connector
Bulk Packages
(100 Connectors)
Contact Layout
Contact Layout
Contact Layout
Cannon Trident Connectors Neptune Circular Connectors
* For details please consult the factory
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Dimensions shown in mm (inch)
Specifications and dimensions subject to change
Neptune Circular Connectors
Cannon Trident Connectors
Ø C
Standard Plug
for Pin Contacts
Plastic Locking Ring
For Wire Sealing Ranges, see page 38.
Accepts pin contacts, see page 64.
Water sealed to IP67.
Shell Power Signal
Size Contacts Contacts Part Number Nomenclature Part Number Nomenclature A ØB ØC
16 00 19 192900-0557 TN6S16-0019P2L * TN6S16-0019P2B 38,90 (1.532) 27,00 (1.063) 32,80 (1.291)
16 02 13 192900-0561 TN6S16-0213P2L * TN6S16-0213P2B 38,90 (1.532) 27,00 (1.063) 32,80 (1.291)
24 00 48 192900-0539 TN6S24-0048P2L * TN6S24-0048P2B 39,80 (1.566) 40,50 (1.594) 45,75 (1.800)
24 04 20 192900-0537 TN6S24-0420P2L * TN6S24-0420P2B 39,80 (1.566) 40,50 (1.594) 45,75 (1.800)
24 04 28 192900-0549 TN6S24-0428P2L 192900-0551 TN6S24-0428P2B 39,80 (1.566) 40,50 (1.594) 45,75 (1.800)
24 12 19 192900-0538 TN6S24-1219P2L * TN6S24-1219P2B 39,80 (1.566) 40,50 (1.594) 45,75 (1.800)
24 00 48 (L) 192991-0660 TN6LS24-0048P2L * TN6LS24-0048P2B 50,70 (2.000) 40,50 (1.594) 45,75 (1.800)
Shell Power Signal
Size Contacts Contacts Part Number Nomenclature Part Number Nomenclature A ØB ØC
16 02 13 * TN6U16-0213P2L * TN6U16-0213P2B 34,70 (1.366) 15/16 – 20 UNEF 32,80 (1.291)
24 04 20 * TN6U24-0420P2L * TN6U24-0420P2B 35,70 (1.406) 1-7/16 – 18 UNEF 45,75 (1.800)
24 04 28 * TN6U24-0428P2L 192900-0692 TN6U24-0428P2B 35,70 (1.406) 1-7/16 – 18 UNEF 45,75 (1.800)
24 12 19 * TN6U24-1219P2L 192900-0691 TN6U24-1219P2B 35,70 (1.406) 1-7/16 – 18 UNEF 45,75 (1.800)
With Wire Seal and Securing Nut
Unsealed - Without Wire Seal and Securing Nut
Single Piece Connector
Bulk Packages
(100 Connectors)
Single Piece Connector
Bulk Packages
(100 Connectors)
Contact Layout
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Contact Layout
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Specifications and dimensions subject to change
F
F
G
G
Ø H
Standard Receptacle
for Socket Contacts
Flange Mounting
For Wire Sealing Ranges, see page 38.
3,00 (.118) max with Panel Gasket.
For Panel Gaskets, see page 51.
ØJ = Flange in Front of Panel
ØK = Flange at Rear of Panel
Shell Power Signal
Size Contacts Contacts Part Number Nomenclature Part Number Nomenclature A B C ØD ØE F G ØH ØJ ØK
14 00 12 192900-0308 TN0S14-0012S1L 192900-0323 TN0S14-0012S1B 39,70 3,50 11,40 22,20 24,30 28,60 22,90 3,20 24,60 24,60
(1.563) (.137) (.448) (.874) (.956) (1.122) (.901) (.125) (.968) (.968)
16 00 19 192900-0039 TN0S16-0019S1L 192900-0029 TN0S16-0019S1B 39,80 2,30 11,40 25,40 27,00 31,00 24,50 3,20 28,10 28,10
(1.566) (.090) (.448) (1.000) (1.063) (1.220) (.964) (.125) (1.106) (1.106)
16 02 13 192900-0509 TN0S16-0213S1L 192900-0512 TN0S16-0213S1B 39,80 2,30 11,40 25,40 27,00 31,00 24,50 3.20 28,10 28,10
(1.566) (.090) (.448) (1.000) (1.063) (1.220) (.964) (.125) (1.106) (1.106)
24 00 48 192900-0475 TN0S24-0048S1L 192900-0478 TN0S24-0048S1B 41,80 3,50 15,40 38,10 40,10 50,80 39,70 4,20 41,00 41,00
(1.645) (.137) (.606) (1.500) (1,578) (2.000) (1.563) (.165) (1.614) (1.614)
24 04 20 192900-0030 TN0S24-0420S1L 192990-9420 TN0S24-0420S1B 41,80 3,50 15,40 38,10 40,10 50,80 39,70 4,20 41,00 41,00
(1.645) (.137) (.606) (1.500) (1,578) (2.000) (1.563) (.165) (1.614) (1.614)
24 04 28 192900-0033 TN0S24-0428S1L 192900-0024 TN0S24-0428S1B 41,80 3,50 15,40 38,10 40,10 50,80 39,70 4,20 41,00 41,00
(1.645) (.137) (.606) (1.500) (1,578) (2.000) (1.563) (.165) (1.614) (1.614)
24 12 19 192900-0036 TN0S24-1219S1L 192990-9390 TN0S24-1219S1B 41,80 3,50 15,40 38,10 40,10 50,80 39,70 4,20 41,00 41,00
(1.645) (.137) (.606) (1.500) (1,578) (2.000) (1.563) (.165) (1.614) (1.614)
24 00 48 (L) 192991-0640 TN0LS24-0048S1L * TN0LS24-0048S1B 52,70 3,50 15,40 38,10 40,10 50,80 39,70 4,20 41,00 41,00
(2.075) (.137) (.606) (1.500) (1,578) (2.000) (1.563) (.165) (1.614) (1.614)
With Wire Seal and Securing Nut
Without Securing Nut
Single Piece Connector
Bulk Packages
(100 Connectors)
Single Piece Connector
Bulk Packages
(100 Connectors)
Contact Layout
Shell Power Signal
Size Contacts Contacts Part Number Nomenclature Part Number Nomenclature A B C ØD ØE F G ØH ØJ ØK
14 00 12 * TN0G14-0012S1L 192900-0324 TN0G14-0012S1B - 2,30 11,40 22,20 13/16 – 20 UNEF 28,60 22,90 3,20 24,60 24,60
(.090) (.448) (.874) (1.122) (.901) (.125) (.968) (.968)
16 00 19 * TN0G16-0019S1L 192900-0105 TN0G16-0019S1B - 2,30 11,40 25,40 15/16 – 20 UNEF 31,00 24,50 3,20 28,10 28,10
(.090) (.448) (1.000) (1.220) (.964) (.125) (1.106) (1.106)
24 00 48 192900-0479 TN0G24-0048S1L * TN0G24-0048S1B - 3,50 15,40 38,18 1-7/16 – 18 UNEF 50,80 39,70 4,20 41,00 41,00
(.137) (.606) (1.500) (2.000) (1.563) (.165) (1.614) (1.614)
24 04 20 * TN0G24-0420S1L 192900-0096 TN0G24-0420S1B - 3,50 15,40 38,18 1-7/16 – 18 UNEF 50,80 39,70 4,20 41,00 41,00
(.137) (.606) (1.500) (2.000) (1.563) (.165) (1.614) (1.614)
24 04 28 * TN0G24-0428S1L 192900-0099 TN0G24-0428S1B - 3,50 15,40 38,18 1-7/16 – 18 UNEF 50,80 39,70 4,20 41,00 41,00
(.137) (.606) (1.500) (2.000) (1.563) (.165) (1.614) (1.614)
24 12 19 * TN0G24-1219S1L 192900-0102 TN0G24-1219S1B - 3,50 15,40 38,18 1-7/16 – 18 UNEF 50,80 39,70 4,20 41,00 41,00
(.137) (.606) (1.500) (2.000) (1.563) (.165) (1.614) (1.614)
Contact Layout
Panel Cutout
Neptune Circular Connectors
Cannon Trident Connectors
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Specifications and dimensions subject to change
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Neptune Circular Connectors
Cannon Trident Connectors
Ø F
G
Panel Cutout
Standard Receptacle
for Socket Contacts
Jam Nut Mounting
Bulk packages are not supplied with Jam Nuts,
to order Jam Nuts, see page 50.
For Wire Sealing Ranges, see page 38.
Panel thickness 4,00 (.157) max.
3,00 (.118) max with Panel gasket.
For Panel Gaskets, see page 51.
Shell Power Signal
Size Contacts Contacts Part Number Nomenclature Part Number Nomenclature A B C ØD ØE ØF G H ØJ
14 00 12 192900-0313 TN7S14-0012S1L 192900-0328 TN7S14-0012S1B01 39,70 3,50 22,10 22,20 24,30 35,80 32,20 25,10 27,30
(1.563) (.137) (.870) (.874) (.956) (1.409) (1.267) (.988) (1.075)
16 00 19 192900-0490 TN7S16-0019S1L 192900-0493 TN7S16-0019S1B01 39,80 2,30 23,00 25,40 27,00 39,80 38,40 28,00 30,50
(1.566) (.090) (.905) (1.000) (1.063) (1.566) (1,511) (1.102) (1.200)
16 02 13 192900-0508 TN7S16-0213S1L 192900-0511 TN7S16-0213S1B01 39,80 2,30 23,00 25,40 27,00 39,80 38,40 28,00 30,50
(1.566) (.090) (.905) (1.000) (1.063) (1.566) (1.511) (1.102) (1.200)
24 00 48 192900-0481 TN7S24-0048S1L 192900-0484 TN7S24-0048S1B01 41,80 3,50 23,40 38,10 40,10 51,00 47,50 41,50 43,20
(1.645) (.137) (.921) (1.500) (1,578) (2.007) (1.870) (1.633) (1.700)
24 04 20 192900-0032 TN7S24-0420S1L 192990-9460 TN7S24-0420S1B01 41,80 3,50 23,40 38,10 40,10 51,00 47,50 41,50 43,20
(1.645) (.137) (.921) (1.500) (1,578) (2.007) (1.870) (1.633) (1.700)
24 04 28 192900-0035 TN7S24-0428S1L 192900-0026 TN7S24-0428S1B01 41,80 3,50 23,40 38,10 40,10 51,00 47,50 41,50 43,20
(1.645) (.137) (.921) (1.500) (1,578) (2.007) (1.870) (1.633) (1.700)
24 12 19 192900-0038 TN7S24-1219S1L 192900-0028 TN7S24-1219S1B01 41,80 3,50 23,40 38,10 40,10 51,00 47,50 41,50 43,20
(1.645) (.137) (.921) (1.500) (1,578) (2.007) (1.870) (1.633) (1.700)
24 00 48 (L) 192991-0644 TN7LS24-0048S1L * TN7LS24-0048S1B01 52,70 3,50 23,40 38,10 40,10 51,00 47,50 41,50 43,20
(2.075) (.137) (921) (1.500) (1,578) (2.007) (1.870) (1.633) (1.700)
With Wire Seal and Securing Nut
Without Securing Nut
Single Piece Connector
Bulk Packages
(100 Connectors)
Single Piece Connector
Bulk Packages
(100 Connectors)
Contact Layout
Contact Layout
Shell Power Signal
Size Contacts Contacts Part Number Nomenclature Part Number Nomenclature A B C ØD ØE ØF G H ØJ
14 00 12 * TN7G14-0012S1L 192900-0329 TN7G14-0012S1B01 - 2,30 22,10 22,20 13/16 – 20 UNEF 35,80 32,20 25,10 27,30
(.090) (.870) (.874) (1.409) (1.267) (.988) (1.075)
16 00 19 * TN7G16-0019S1L * TN7G16-0019S1B01 - 2,30 23,00 25,40 15/16 – 20 UNEF 39,80 38,40 28,00 30,50
(.090) (.905) (1.000) (1.566) (1,511) (1.102) (1.200)
24 00 48 * TN7G24-0048S1L * TN7G24-0048S1B01 - 3,50 23,40 38,10 1-7/16 – 18 UNEF 51,00 47,50 41,50 43,20
(.137) (.921) (1.500) (2.007) (1.870) (1.633) (1.700)
24 04 20 * TN7G24-0420S1L 192900-0098 TN7G24-0420S1B01 - 3,50 23,40 38,10 1-7/16 – 18 UNEF 51,00 47,50 41,50 43,20
(.137) (.921) (1.500) (2.007) (1.870) (1.633) (1.700)
24 04 28 * TN7G24-0428S1L 192900-0101 TN7G24-0428S1B01 - 3,50 23,40 38,10 1-7/16 – 18 UNEF 51,00 47,50 41,50 43,20
(.137) (.921) (1.500) (2.007) (1.870) (1.633) (1.700)
24 12 19 * TN7G24-1219S1L 192900-0104 TN7G24-1219S1B01 - 3,50 23,40 38,10 1-7/16 – 18 UNEF 51,00 47,50 41,50 43,20
(.137) (.921) (1.500) (2.007) (1.870) (1.633) (1.700)
Shell Power Signal Part Part
Size Contacts Contacts Number Nomenclature Number Nomenclature A B C ØD ØE ØF G H ØJ
16 02 13 * TN7U16-0213S1L * TN7U16-0213S1B01 35,60 (1.402) 2,30(.090) 23,00(.905) 25,40(1.000) 15/16 – 20 UNEF 39,80(1.566) 38,40(1,511) 28,00(1,511) 30,50(1.200)
24 04 20 * TN7U24-0420S1L * TN7U24-0420S1B01 37,65 (1.482) 3,50(.137) 23,40(.921) 38,10(1.500) 1-7/16 – 18 UNEF 51,00(2.007) 47,50(1.870) 41,50(1.633) 43,20(1.700)
24 04 28 * TN7U24-0428S1L * TN7U24-0428S1B01 37,65 (1.482) 3,50(.137) 23,40(.921) 38,10(1.500) 1-7/16 – 18 UNEF 51,00(2.007) 47,50(1.870) 41,50(1.633) 43,20(1.700)
24 12 19 * TN7U24-1219S1L * TN7U24-1219S1B01 37,65 (1.482) 3,50(.137) 23,40(.921) 38,10(1.500) 1-7/16 – 18 UNEF 51,00(2.007) 47,50(1.870) 41,50(1.633) 43,20(1.700)
Unsealed - Without Wire Seal and Securing Nut
Single Piece Connector
Bulk Packages
(100 Connectors)
Contact Layout
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Specifications and dimensions subject to change
Cannon Trident Connectors Neptune Circular Connectors
Reversed Plugs
for Socket Contacts
Metal Locking Ring
Shell Power Signal
Size Contacts Contacts Part Number Nomenclature Part Number Nomenclature A ØB ØC D
14 00 12 192900-0236 TN6S14-0012S1L 192900-0241 TN6S14-0012S1B 31,60 (1.244) 24,30 (.957) 28,00 (1.102) 19,10 ±0,20 (.751 ±.007)
16 00 19 192900-0057 TN6S16-0019S1L 192990-9970 TN6S16-0019S1B 31,70 (1.248) 27,00 (1.063) 30,20 (1.189) 19,10 ±0,20 (.751 ±.007)
16 02 13 192900-0581 TN6S16-0213S1L * TN6S16-0213S1B 31,70 (1.248) 27,00 (1.063) 30,20 (1.189) 19,10 ±0,20 (.751 ±.007)
24 00 48 192900-0425 TN6S24-0048S1L 192900-0428 TN6S24-0048S1B 32,40 (1.275) 40,50 (1.594) 44,00 (1.732) 14,72 ±0,15 (.580 ±.006)
24 04 20 192900-0054 TN6S24-0420S1L 192990-9450 TN6S24-0420S1B 32,40 (1.275) 40,50 (1.594) 44,00 (1.732) 14,72 ±0,15 (.580 ±.006)
24 04 28 192900-0055 TN6S24-0428S1L 192900-0053 TN6S24-0428S1B 32,40 (1.275) 40,50 (1.594) 44,00 (1.732) 14,72 ±0,15 (.580 ±.006)
24 12 19 192900-0056 TN6S24-1219S1L 192990-9240 TN6S24-1219S1B 32,40 (1.275) 40,50 (1.594) 44,00 (1.732) 14,72 ±0,15 (.580 ±.006)
24 00 48 (L) 192991-0648 TN6LS24-0048S1L * TN6LS24-0048S1B 43,00 (1.693) 40,50 (1.594) 44,00 (1.732) 14,72 ±0,15 (.580 ±.006)
Single Piece Connector Bulk Packages
(100 Connectors)
Contact Layout
With Wire Seal and Securing Nut
Shell Power Signal
Size Contacts Contacts Part Number Nomenclature Part Number Nomenclature A ØB ØC D
14 00 12 * TN6G14-0012S1L 192900-0242 TN6G14-0012S1B - 13/16–20 UNEF 28,00 (1.102) 19,10 ±0,20 (.751 ±.007)
16 00 19 * TN6G16-0019S1L 192900-0109 TN6G16-0019S1B - 15/16–20 UNEF 30,20 (1.189) 19,10 ±0,20 (.751 ±.007)
24 00 48 * TN6G24-0048S1L 192900-0429 TN6G24-0048S1B - 1-7/16–18 UNEF 44,00 (1.732) 14,72 ±0,15 (.580 ±.006)
24 04 20 * TN6G24-0420S1L 192900-0106 TN6G24-0420S1B - 1-7/16–18 UNEF 44,00 (1.732) 14,72 ±0,15 (.580 ±.006)
24 04 28 * TN6G24-0428S1L 192900-0107 TN6G24-0428S1B - 1-7/16–18 UNEF 44,00 (1.732) 14,72 ±0,15 (.580 ±.006)
24 12 19 * TN6G24-1219S1L 192900-0108 TN6G24-1219S1B - 1-7/16–18 UNEF 44,00 (1.732) 14,72 ±0,15 (.580 ±.006)
Without Securing Nut
Shell Power Signal
Size Contacts Contacts Part Number Nomenclature Part Number Nomenclature A ØB ØC D
16 02 13 * TN6U16-0213S1L * TN6U16-0213S1B 27,55 (1.085) 15/16–20 UNEF 30,20 (1.189) 19,10 ±0,20 (.751 ±.007)
24 04 20 * TN6U24-0420S1L * TN6U24-0420S1B 28,10 (1.106) 1-7/16–18 UNEF 44,00 (1.732) 14,72 ±0,15 (.580 ±.006)
24 04 28 * TN6U24-0428S1L * TN6U24-0428S1B 28,10 (1.106) 1-7/16–18 UNEF 44,00 (1.732) 14,72 ±0,15 (.580 ±.006)
24 12 19 * TN6U24-1219S1L * TN6U24-1219S1B 28,10 (1.106) 1-7/16–18 UNEF 44,00 (1.732) 14,72 ±0,15 (.580 ±.006)
Unsealed - Without Wire Seal and Securing Nut
For Wire Sealing Ranges, see page 38.
Accepts socket contacts, see page 64.
Water sealed to IP67.
Bulk Packages
(100 Connectors)
Single Piece Connector
Single Piece Connector Bulk Packages
(100 Connectors)
Contact Layout
Contact Layout
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Specifications and dimensions subject to change
Cannon Trident Connectors Neptune Circular Connectors
Shell Power Signal
Size Contacts Contacts Part Number Nomenclature Part Number Nomenclature A ØB ØC
16 00 19 192900-0558 TN6S16-0019S2L 192900-0560 TN6S16-0019S2B 31,70 (1.248) 27,00 (1.063) 32,80 (1.291)
16 02 13 192900-0562 TN6S16-0213S2L 192900-0564 TN6S16-0213S2B 31,70 (1.248) 27,00 (1.063) 32,80 (1.291)
24 00 48 192900-0542 TN6S24-0048S2L 192900-0548 TN6S24-0048S2B 32,40 (1.275) 40,50 (1.594) 44,00 (1.732)
24 04 20 192900-0540 TN6S24-0420S2L * TN6S24-0420S2B 32,40 (1.275) 40,50 (1.594) 44,00 (1.732)
24 04 28 192900-0550 TN6S24-0428S2L 192900-0552 TN6S24-0428S2B 32,40 (1.275) 40,50 (1.594) 44,00 (1.732)
24 12 19 192900-0541 TN6S24-1219S2L 192900-0547 TN6S24-1219S2B 32,40 (1.275) 40,50 (1.594) 44,00 (1.732)
24 00 48 (L) 192991-0664 TN6LS24-0048S2L * TN6LS24-0048S2B 43,00 (1.693) 40,50 (1.594) 44,00 (1.732)
Shell Power Signal
Size Contacts Contacts Part Number Nomenclature Part Number Nomenclature A ØB ØC
16 02 13 * TN6U16-0213S2L * TN6U16-0213S2B 27,55 (1.085) 15/16 – 20 UNEF 32,80 (1.291)
24 04 20 * TN6U24-0420S2L * TN6U24-0420S2B 28,10 (1.106) 1-7/16 – 18 UNEF 44,00 (1.732)
24 04 28 * TN6U24-0428S2L * TN6U24-0428S2B 28,10 (1.106) 1-7/16 – 18 UNEF 44,00 (1.732)
24 12 19 * TN6U24-1219S2L * TN6U24-1219S2B 28,10 (1.106) 1-7/16 – 18 UNEF 44,00 (1.732)
With Wire Seal and Securing Nut
Unsealed - Without Wire Seal and Securing Nut
Single Piece Connector
Bulk Packages
(100 Connectors)
Single Piece Connector
Bulk Packages
(100 Connectors)
Contact Layout
Contact Layout
Reversed Plugs
for Socket Contacts
Plastic Locking Ring
For Wire Sealing Ranges, see page 38.
Accepts socket contacts, see page 64.
Water sealed to IP67.
* For details please consult the factory
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Specifications and dimensions subject to change
ØJ = Flange in Front of Panel
ØK = Flange at Rear of Panel
Panel Cutout
Reversed Receptacle
for Pin Contacts
Flange Mounting
Shell Power Signal
Size Contacts Contacts Part Number Nomenclature Part Number Nomenclature A B C ØD ØE F G ØH ØJ ØK
14 00 12 192900-0256 TN0S14-0012P1L 192900-0261 TN0S14-0012P1B 39,70 2,30 11,40 22,20 24,30 28,60 22,90 3,20 24,60 24,60
(1.563) (.090) (.448) (.874) (.956) (1.122) (.901) (.125) (.968) (.968)
16 00 19 192900-0078 TN0S16-0019P1L 192990-9980 TN0S16-0019P1B 39,80 2,30 11,40 25,40 27,00 31,00 24,50 3,20 28,10 28,10
(1.566) (.090) (.448) (1.000) (1.063) (1.220) (.964) (.125) (1.106) (1.106)
16 02 13 192900-0582 TN0S16-0213P1L * TN0S16-0213P1B 39,80 2,30 11,40 25,40 27,00 31,00 24,50 3.20 28,10 28,10
(1.566) (.090) (.448) (1.000) (1.063) (1.220) (.964) (.125) (1.106) (1.106)
24 00 48 192900-0431 TN0S24-0048P1L 192900-0434 TN0S24-0048P1B 41,80 3,50 15,40 38,10 40,10 50,80 39,70 4,20 41,00 41,00
(1.645) (.137) (.606) (1.500) (1,578) (2.000) (1.563) (.165) (1.614) (1.614)
24 04 20 192900-0069 TN0S24-0420P1L 192990-9440 TN0S24-0420P1B 41,80 3,50 15,40 38,10 40,10 50,80 39,70 4,20 41,00 41,00
(1.645) (.137) (.606) (1.500) (1,578) (2.000) (1.563) (.165) (1.614) (1.614)
24 04 28 192900-0072 TN0S24-0428P1L 192900-0064 TN0S24-0428P1B 41,80 3,50 15,40 38,10 40,10 50,80 39,70 4,20 41,00 41,00
(1.645) (.137) (.606) (1.500) (1,578) (2.000) (1.563) (.165) (1.614) (1.614)
24 12 19 192900-0075 TN0S24-1219P1L 192990-9250 TN0S24-1219P1B 41,80 3,50 15,40 38,10 40,10 50,80 39,70 4,20 41,00 41,00
(1.645) (.137) (.606) (1.500) (1,578) (2.000) (1.563) (.165) (1.614) (1.614)
24 00 48 (L) 192991-0652 TN0LS24-0048P1L * TN0LS24-0048P1B 52,70 3,50 15,40 38,10 40,10 50,80 39,70 4,20 41,00 41,00
(2.075) (.137) (.606) (1.500) (1,578) (2.000) (1.563) (.165) (1.614) (1.614)
With Wire Seal and Securing Nut
Single Piece Connector
Bulk Packages
(100 Connectors)
Contact Layout
Shell Power Signal
Size Contacts Contacts Part Number Nomenclature Part Number Nomenclature A B C ØD ØE F G ØH ØJ ØK
14 00 12 * TN0G14-0012P1L 192900-0262 TN0G14-0012P1B - 2,30 11,40 22,20 15/16 – 20 UNEF 28,60 22,90 3,20 24,60 24,60
(.090) (.448) (.874) (1.122) (.901) (.125) (.968) (.968)
16 00 19 * TN0G16-0019P1L 192900-0119 TN0G16-0019P1B - 2,30 11,40 25,40 15/16 – 20 UNEF 31,00 24,50 3,20 28,10 28,10
(.090) (.448) (1.000) (1.220) (.964) (.125) (1.106) (1.106)
24 00 48 * TN0G24-0048P1L 192900-0435 TN0G24-0048P1B - 3,50 15,40 38,10 1-7/16 – 18 UNEF 50,80 39,70 4,20 41,00 41,00
(.137) (.606) (1.500) (2.000) (1.563) (.165) (1.614) (1.614)
24 04 20 * TN0G24-0420P1L 192900-0110 TN0G24-0420P1B - 3,50 15,40 38,10 1-7/16 – 18 UNEF 50,80 39,70 4,20 41,00 41,00
(.137) (.606) (1.500) (2.000) (1.563) (.165) (1.614) (1.614)
24 04 28 * TN0G24-0428P1L 192900-0113 TN0G24-0428P1B - 3,50 15,40 38,10 1-7/16 – 18 UNEF 50,80 39,70 4,20 41,00 41,00
(.137) (.606) (1.500) (2.000) (1.563) (.165) (1.614) (1.614)
24 12 19 * TN0G24-1219P1L 192900-0116 TN0G24-1219P1B - 3,50 15,40 38,10 1-7/16 – 18 UNEF 50,80 39,70 4,20 41,00 41,00
(.137) (.606) (1.500) (2.000) (1.563) (.165) (1.614) (1.614)
Without Securing Nut
Single Piece Connector
Bulk Packages
(100 Connectors)
Contact Layout
Neptune Circular Connectors
Cannon Trident Connectors
For Wire Sealing Ranges, see page 38.
3,00 (.118) max with Panel Gasket. For Panel Gaskets, see page 51.
* For details please consult the factory
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Neptune Circular Connectors
Cannon Trident Connectors
Reversed Receptacle
for Pin Contacts
Jam Nut Mounting
For Wire Sealing Ranges, see page 38. Panel thickness 4,00 (.157) max
3,00 (.118) max with Panel gasket.
For Panel Gaskets, see page 51.
Bulk packages are not supplied with Jam
Nuts. To order Jam Nuts see page 51.
Panel Cutout
Shell Power Signal
Size Contacts Contacts Part Number Nomenclature Part Number Nomenclature A B C ØD ØE ØF G H ØJ
14 00 12 192900-0266 TN7S14-0012P1L 192900-0271 TN7S14-0012P1B01 39,70 3,50 22,10 22,20 24,30 35,80 32,20 25,10 27,30
(1.563) (.137) (.870) (.874) (.956) (1.409) (1.267) (.988) (1.075)
16 00 19 192900-0353 TN7S16-0019P1L 192900-0395 TN7S16-0019P1B01 39,80 2,30 23,00 25,40 27,00 39,80 38,40 28,00 30,50
(1.566) (.090) (.905) (1.000) (1.063) (1.566) (1,511) (1.102) (1.200)
16 02 13 192900-0583 TN7S16-0213P1L 192900-0586 TN7S16-0213P1B01 39,80 2,30 23,00 25,40 27,00 39,80 38,40 28,00 30,50
(1.566) (.090) (.905) (1.000) (1.063) (1.566) (1.511) (1.102) (1.200)
24 00 48 192900-0437 TN7S24-0048P1L 192900-0440 TN7S24-0048P1B01 41,80 3,50 23,40 38,10 40,10 51,00 47,50 41,50 43,20
(1.645) (.137) (.921) (1.500) (1,578) (2.007) (1.870) (1.633) (1.700)
24 04 20 192900-0071 TN7S24-0420P1L 192990-9470 TN7S24-0420P1B01 41,80 3,50 23,40 38,10 40,10 51,00 47,50 41,50 43,20
(1.645) (.137) (.921) (1.500) (1,578) (2.007) (1.870) (1.633) (1.700)
24 04 28 192900-0074 TN7S24-0428P1L 192900-0066 TN7S24-0428P1B01 41,80 3,50 23,40 38,10 40,10 51,00 47,50 41,50 43,20
(1.645) (.137) (.921) (1.500) (1,578) (2.007) (1.870) (1.633) (1.700)
24 12 19 192900-0077 TN7S24-1219P1L 192900-0068 TN7S24-1219P1B01 41,80 3,50 23,40 38,10 40,10 51,00 47,50 41,50 43,20
(1.645) (.137) (.921) (1.500) (1,578) (2.007) (1.870) (1.633) (1.700)
24 00 48 (L) 192991-0656 TN7LS24-0048P1L * TN7LS24-0048P1B01 52,70 3,50 23,40 38,10 40,10 51,00 47,50 41,50 43,20
(2.075) (.137) (921) (1.500) (1,578) (2.007) (1.870) (1.633) (1.700)
With Wire Seal and Securing Nut
Single Piece Connector
Bulk Packages
(100 Connectors)
Contact Layout
Shell Power Signal
Size Contacts Contacts Part Number Nomenclature Part Number Nomenclature A B C ØD ØE ØF G H ØJ
14 00 12 * TN7G14-0012P1L 192900-0370 TN7G14-0012P1B01 - 2,30 22,10 22,20 15/16 – 20 UNEF 35,80 32,20 25,10 27,30
(.090) (.870) (.874) (1.409) (1.267) (.988) (1.075)
16 00 19 * TN7G16-0019P1L 192900-0396 TN7G16-0019P1B01 - 2,30 23,00 25,40 15/16 – 20 UNEF 39,80 38,40 28,00 30,50
(.090) (.905) (1.000) (1.566) (1,511) (1.102) (1.200)
24 00 48 192900-0438 TN7G24-0048P1L 192900-0441 TN7G24-0048P1B01 - 3,50 23,40 38,10 1-7/16 – 18 UNEF 51,00 47,50 41,50 43,20
(.137) (.921) (1.500) (2.007) (1.870) (1.633) (1.700)
24 04 20 * TN7G24-0420P1L 192900-0112 TN7G24-0420P1B01 - 3,50 23,40 38,10 1-7/16 – 18 UNEF 51,00 47,50 41,50 43,20
(.137) (.921) (1.500) (2.007) (1.870) (1.633) (1.700)
24 04 28 * TN7G24-0428P1L 192900-0115 TN7G24-0428P1B01 - 3,50 23,40 38,10 1-7/16 – 18 UNEF 51,00 47,50 41,50 43,20
(.137) (.921) (1.500) (2.007) (1.870) (1.633) (1.700)
24 12 19 * TN7G24-1219P1L 192900-0118 TN7G24-1219P1B01 - 3,50 23,40 38,10 1-7/16 – 18 UNEF 51,00 47,50 41,50 43,20
(.137) (.921) (1.500) (2.007) (1.870) (1.633) (1.700)
Without Securing Nut
Single Piece Connector
Bulk Packages
(100 Connectors)
Contact Layout
Shell Power Signal
Size Contacts Contacts Part Number Nomenclature Part Number Nomenclature A B C ØD ØE ØF G H ØJ
16 02 13 * TN7U16-0213P1L * TN7U16-0213P1B01 35,60 2,30 23,00 25,40 15/16 – 20 UNEF 39,80 38,40 28,00 30,50
(1.402) (.090) (.905) (1.000) (1.566) (1,511) (1.102) (1.200)
24 04 20 * TN7U24-0420P1L * TN7U24-0420P1B01 37,65 3,50 23,40 38,10 1-7/16 – 18 UNEF 51,00 47,50 41,50 43,20
(1.482) (.137) (.921) (1.500) (2.007) (1.870) (1.633) (1.700)
24 04 28 * TN7U24-0428P1L * TN7U24-0428P1B01 37,65 3,50 23,40 38,10 1-7/16 – 18 UNEF 51,00 47,50 41,50 43,20
(1.482) (.137) (.921) (1.500) (2.007) (1.870) (1.633) (1.700)
24 12 19 * TN7U24-1219P1L * TN7U24-1219P1B01 37,65 3,50 23,40 38,10 1-7/16 – 18 UNEF 51,00 47,50 41,50 43,20
(1.482) (.137) (.921) (1.500) (2.007) (1.870) (1.633) (1.700)
Unsealed- Without Wire Seal and Securing Nut
Single Piece Connector
Bulk Packages
(100 Connectors)
Contact Layout
* For details please consult the factory
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Cannon Trident Connectors Neptune Circular Accessories
Typical Nomenclature: TNA 24 CA01 - 20 L
Series
TNA = Trident Neptune Accessory
Shell Size
14
16
24
** Blanking Plug
Packaging
B = Bulk
L = Single Pack
Accessory Style, Type, and Size
Conduit Adapter
CA 01-xx Type 1, xx=diameter of conduit*
CA 02-xx Type 2, xx=diameter of conduit*
CA 03-xx Type 3, xx=diameter of conduit*
Cable Clamp
CC HC-00 Sealed
CC SR-00 Unsealed
Panel Gasket
PG 01-00 Flange Type
PG 03-00 Jam Nut Type
Dust Cap
DC P0-00 Sealed Dust Cap, Plug
DC R0-01 Sealed Dust Cap, Receptacle (Top Hat)***
Spare Jam Nut
JN 00-00
Blanking Plug
BP SG-00 For Signal Holes
How to Order-Accessories
*Conduit Adapter Sizes
Shell Size Type Diameter (mm)
14 01 12
16 01 20
16 02 18
24 01 20
24 01 25
24 02 25
24 02 26
24 03 34
*** Can be sealed up to IP 67
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Cannon Trident Connectors Neptune Circular Accessories
Sealed Cable Clamps
for Use With Neptune Circular
Connectors
For use with jacketed cables.
Provides Strain relief and wire
protection.
Provides sealing to IP67.
For assembly instructions, see page 80.
* For disassembly, add 9,00 (.354) for shell sizes 14 and 16 and add 10,60 (.417) for shell size 24.
Shell ØA C Wire Sealing Diameter
Size Part Number Nomenclature max. B max. Minimum Maximum
14 192900-0496 TNA14CCHC-00L 14,60 (.574) 22,80 (.897) 85,50 (3.366) 6,50 (.256) 12,40 (.488)
16 192900-0497 TNA16CCHC-00L 16,60 (.653) 24,70 (.972) 89,80 (3.535) 6,50 (.256) 12,40 (.488)
24 192900-0498 TNA24CCHC-00L 29,60 (1.165) 41,80 (1.645) 128,50 (5.059) 17,00 (.670) 26,50 (1.040)
* Assumes a uniformly cylindrical cable. Variations in the diameter could effect sealing.
Unsealed Cable Clamps for Use
With Neptune Circular Connectors
Provides strain relief and wire
protection.
For use with discrete wires or
* For disassembly, add 9,00 (.354) for shell sizes 14 and 16 and add 10,60 (.417) for shell size 24.
Shell ØA ØC E
Size Part Number Nomenclature max. B max. ØD max.
14 192900-0286 TNA14CCSR-00L 27,00 (1.063) 6,40 (.251) 13,80 (.543) 27,00 (1.063) 67,10 (2.641)
16 192900-0343 TNA16CCSR-00L 30,10 (1.185) 6,40 (.251) 17,00 (.669) 30,20 (1.189) 67,10 (2.641)
24 192900-0344 TNA24CCSR-00L 41,80 (1.645) 8,20 (.322) 28,00 (1.102) 42,50 (1.673) 90,80 (3.574)
jacketed cables.
For assembly instructions, see page 80.
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Thread M42X2
Drain Hole Type
Ø B Ø C
A
Standard Type
Conduit Adapters
Adapters facilitate the fitting of various
accessories to the Neptune housings.
Type 1
External threads for use with conduit.
Shell Part
Size Figure Number Nomenclature A ØB ØC
16 1 192900-0187 TNA16CA01-20L 28,60 (1.126) 28,00 (1.102) 21,50 (.846)
24 2 192900-0184 TNA24CA01-20L 47,00 (1.850) 44,00 (1.732) 21,50 (.846)
24 1 192900-0185 TNA24CA01-25L 32,00 (1.260) 43,50 (1.713) 28,50 (1.122)
Type 2
External grooves for heat shrink tubing
or conduit “push-fit” onto the adapter.
Standard type is recommended for
sealed connections to the adapter.
Drain hole type is recommended for
non sealed connections. E.g. split
conduit.
Shell Part
Size Figure Number Nomenclature A ØB ØC
16 1 192991-0015 TNA16CA02-18L 37,80 (1.488) 27,50 (1.082) 17,40 (.685)
24 1 192991-0013 TNA24CA02-26L 46,70 (1.839) 41,50 (1.634) 24,00 (.945)
24 2 192900-0654 TNA24CA02-25L 46,70 (1.839) 41,50 (1.634) 24,00 (.945)
Type 3
For use with a 90° elbow.
External threads for use with conduit.
Shell Part
Size Number Nomenclature A ØB
24 192900-0226 TNA24CA03-34L 36,50 (1.437) 34,70 (1.366)
Figure 1
Figure 1
Figure 1
Figure 2
Figure 2
Neptune Circular Accessories
Cannon Trident Connectors
Single Piece Pack
Single Piece Pack
Single Piece Pack
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Blanking Plugs
Blanking plugs are used to repair
damaged seals. If the membrane seal
is pierced in a position that is not
normally used, then the blanking
plug will restore the seal.
Note: Replacement membrane seals are also
available. Contact ITT for details.
Blanking Plugs for Signal
Cavities
Part Number Nomenclature
192991-0018 TNA**BPSG-00B
Discriminating (Keying) Pins
Discriminating (keying) pins are used
to prevent cross-mating of similar con-
nectors. These pins are used in place of
a pin contact. The corresponding socket
cavity must be left open. If a socket
contact is present, the discriminating
pin will prevent mating.
The discriminating pin is installed from
the mating side of the connector.
Part Number
Pin Type (Pack of 25)
Signal 192990-0000
Power 192900-0189
Discriminating Pin Insertion
Prevents Cross - Mating
Spare Jam Nuts
To order with Bulk packaged Jam
Nut Receptacles.
Shell
Size Part Number Nomenclature ØA max. B Nom C
14 192900-0489 TNA14JN00-00B 36,00 (1.417) 31,00 (1.220) 6,00 (.236)
16 192900-0488 TNA16JN00-00B 40,60 (1.598) 35,00 (1.378) 6,00 (.236)
24 192900-0487 TNA24JN00-00B 56,00 (2.205) 49,00 (1.929) 7,00 (.275)
Neptune Circular Accessories
Cannon Trident Connectors
Pack of 100
Pack of 100
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Cannon Trident Connectors Neptune Circular Accessories
Sealed Plastic
Dust Caps
Plastic Dust Caps are available for both
plugs and receptacles. It is immaterial
whether these are standard or reversed
types, only the shell size matters in
determining the correct item.
Plug Dust Cap Receptacle Dust Cap
Flange Type Jam Nut Type
Shell
Size Part Number Nomenclature ØA ØB C
14 192991-0673 TNA14DCP0-00B 22,17 (.873) 28,40 (1.118) 15,00 (.591)
16 192900-0388 TNA16DCP0-00B 25,40 (1.000) 31,70 (1.248) 14,30 (.562)
24 192900-0392 TNA24DCP0-00B 38,10 (1.500) 44,40 (1.748) 16,70 (.657)
Shell
Size Part Number Nomenclature ØA
14 192900-0378 TNA14DCR0-01B 28,60 (1.126)
16 192900-0379 TNA16DCR0-01B 31,70 (1.248)
24 192900-0383 TNA24DCR0-01B 44,40 (1.748)
16 192900-0718 Trident Dust Cap 31,70 (1.248)
Special
Panel Gaskets
Shell Size Part Number Nomenclature
14 192900-0565 TNA14PG01-00B
16 192900-0566 TNA16PG01-00B
24 192900-0567 TNA24PG01-00B
Shell Size Part Number Nomenclature
14 192900-0457 TNA14PG03-00B
16 192900-0402 TNA16PG03-00B
24 192900-0458 TNA24PG03-00B
Plug Dust Cap
Receptacle Dust Cap
Flange Type Jam Nut Type
Pack of 100
Pack of 100
Pack of 100 Pack of 100
Note: Receptacle Dust Caps are also suitable for Ringlock. For other shell sizes please consult the factory.
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Cannon Trident Connectors TNM Circular Connectors
TNM (Trident Neptune Metal) is specifically designed to meet the
needs of systems that require shielding, sealing, and the extra
durability of a metal shell. The combination of Trident contacts,
membrane seals, and the Universal Shielded Endbell* make TNM
both cost effective and easy to assemble.
TNM features nickel plated zinc alloy shells and UL 94 V-0 rated
thermoplastic insulators. All TNM receptacles are supplied with
an interfacial seal to provide sealing between connectors to IP67.
In addition, a membrane seal is available for those applications
requiring the sealing of discrete wires a the rear of the connector.
In order to seal multicore jacketed cables to connectors an
endbell is available. This has ‘O’ ring sealing to the connector
and second seal to the cable jacket. All TNM Circular
Connectors are RoHS Compliant.
Applications
• Antennas.
Industrial electronics.
Heavy duty equipment.
Servo Motors.
Robotics/ Control Panel.
Industrial Instrumentation.
*Patent pending
Performance Specifications Materials and Finishes
Shell Nickel Plated Zinc Alloy
Insulator Black Nylon
Coupling Ring Nickel Plated Brass
Seal Rubber
Operating Voltage1 Up to 250 V ac rms
Contact Current Rating2 Up to 13 A; Up to 16 A with High
Conductivity Contacts;
Up to 30 A with Power Contacts;
Up to 40 A with D Sub Contacts
Operating Temperature -55°C to +105°C (-67°F to +221°F)
Insulation Resistance 5000MW min. at 500 V dc
Durability3 Up to 200 Mating Cycles
Environmental Sealing Up to IP67
Flammability UL 94 V-0
1 Depends on contacts used, layout, and degree of pollution
2 Depends on type and number of contacts used
3 Depends on plating and type of contacts used
Test Method Criteria of Acceptance
Dielectric Withstanding Voltage 2000 V ac rms No breakdown
Thermal Shock -55°C to +125°C (-67°F to +257°F), 5 cycles No physical damage
Physical Shock 40 g‘s peak, 3 axes, 6 millisecond No physical damage
duration half-sine pulse No loss of continuity > 10 µsec
Vibration 10 g’s peak, 10-500 Hz, 9 hours No physical damage
No loss of continuity > 10 µsec
Durability 200 cycles of mating and unmating Capable of mating and unmating
200 mating cycles max. and meeting contact resistance requirements
Salt Spray 48 hours Capable of mating and unmating
and meeting contact resistance requirements
High Temperature Endurance 1000 hours at 85°C (+185°F),
16 hours at 105°C (+221°F) Insulation Resistance > 100 MW
Humidty Steady State RH 90-95%, 40°C (+104°F) , 504 hours Insulation Resistance > 100 MW
Test Specifications
The table below summarizes the results of key tests performed. Data is applicable to standard connectors with standard
cotnacts. Variations may affect this data, so please consult factory for further information on your requirements.
Product Features
Accepts all Trident signal contacts.
Mixed signal and power contact version.
Can be sealed to IP67.
360° shielding.
Easy to assemble.
Recognized under the component program of UL Inc. and CSA.
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Contact Cavity Arrangements
Mating Face View
Shell Size 10 Shell Size 12 Shell Size 14 Shell Size 14 Shell Size 14 Shell Size 16 Shell Size 16
0 Power 0 Power 0 Power 3 Power 3 Power 0 Power 4 Power
4 Signal 8 Signal 12 Signal 3 Signal 4 Signal 19 Signal 0 Signal
1 Wire sealing range 1,70 to 2,70 (.066 to .106)
Typical Nomenclature: TNM 6 U 14 - 0012 S 1 L
Series
TNM = Trident Neptune Metal
Shell Style
0 = Flange Receptacle (4 holes)
6 = Plug
7 = Jam Nut Receptacle (Shell Size 14 only)
Sealing Class
S = Grommet and nut
U = Unsealed
Modification
* = Standard
Packaging
B = Bulk (100 pcs)
L = Single Pack
Connector Finish Materials
1 = Standard (Nickel Plated Metal
Parts)
Contact Type
P = Pin
S = Socket
*
How to Order-Connectors
TNM Circular Connectors
Cannon Trident Connectors
Shell Size
Number of Power Contacts
Number of Signal Contacts1
Shell Size and Contact Arrangement
Shell Size Number of
Power Contacts
Number of Signal
Contacts
10 - 00 04
12 -00 08
14 - 00 12
14 - 03 03
14 - 03 04
16 - 00 19
16 - 04 00
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Standard Plugs
for Pin Contacts
Shell Size Contact Layout Part Number Nomenclature A ØB ØC
10 00 04 192993-0011 TNM6S10-0004P1L 42,50 (1.673) 17,50 (.689) 21,60 (.850)
12 00 08 192993-0012 TNM6S12-0008P1L 42,50 (1.673) 20,60 (.811) 24,80 (.976)
14 03 04 192993-0695 TNM6S14-0304P1L 42,50 (1.673) 24,30 (.957) 28,00 (1.102)
14 00 12 192993-0013 TNM6S14-0012P1L 42,50 (1.673) 24,30 (.957) 28,00 (1.102)
16 00 19 192993-0014 TNM6S16-0019P1L 42,50 (1.673) 27,00 (1.063) 31,20 (1.229)
Shell Contact
Size Layout Part Number Nomenclature A ØB ØC D E ØF ØG ØH
10 00 04 192993-0031 TNM0S10-0004S1L 34,70 (1.366) 17,50 (.689) 14,92 (.563) 23,79 (.937) 18,26 (.719) 3,20 (.126) 17,30 (.681) 15,10 (.594)
12 00 08 192993-0032 TNM0S12-0008S1L 34,70 (1.366) 20,60 (.811) 18,98 (.747) 26,15 (1.030) 20,62 (.812) 3,20 (.126) 21,80 (.858) 18,20 (.717)
14 03 04 192993-0698 TNM0S14-0304S1L 34,70 (1.366) 24,30 (.957) 22,16 (.872) 28,54 (1.124) 22,80 (.898) 3,50 (.138) 25,00 (.984) 21,40 (.843)
14 00 12 192993-0033 TNM0S14-0012S1L 34,70 (1.366) 24,30 (.957) 22,16 (.872) 28,54 (1.124) 22,80 (.898) 3,50 (.138) 25,00 (.984) 21,40 (.843)
16 00 19 192993-0034 TNM0S16-0019S1L 34,70 (1.366) 27,00 (1.063) 25,33 (.997) 30,89 (1.216) 24,40 (.961) 3,50 (.138) 28,10 (1.106) 24,60 (.969)
With Wire Seal and Securing Nut
Shell Contact
Size Layout Part Number Nomenclature A* ØB* ØC D E ØF ØG ØH
10 00 04 192993-0021 TNM0U10-0004S1L 30,30 (1.193) 14,30 (.563) 14,92 (.563) 23,79 (.937) 18,26 (.719) 3,20 (.126) 17,30 (.681) 15,10 (.594)
12 00 08 192993-0022 TNM0U12-0008S1L 30,30 (1.193) 17,40 (.685) 18,98 (.747) 26,15 (1.030) 20,62 (.812) 3,20 (.126) 21,80 (.858) 18,20 (.717)
14 00 12 192993-0023 TNM0U14-0012S1L 30,30 (1.193) 20,60 (.811) 22,16 (.872) 28,54 (1.124) 22,80 (.898) 3,50 (.138) 25,00 (.984) 21,40 (.843)
16 00 19 192993-0024 TNM0U16-0019S1L 30,30 (1.193) 23,80 (.937) 25,33 (.997) 30,89 (1.216) 24,40 (.961) 3,50 (.138) 28,10 (1.106) 24,60 (.969)
Unsealed - Without Wire Seal and Securing Nut
Panel Cutout
ØH = Flange in Front of Panel
ØG = Flange at Rear of Panel
Standard Receptacles for
Socket Contacts Flange Mounting
Unsealed — Without Wire Seal and Securing Nut
Shell Size Contact Layout Part Number Nomenclature A* ØB* ØC
10 00 04 192993-0001 TNM6U10-0004P1L 38,10 (1.500) 13,80 (.543) 21,60 (.850)
12 00 08 192993-0002 TNM6U12-0008P1L 38,10 (1.500) 16,90 (.665) 24,80 (.976)
14 00 12 192993-0003 TNM6U14-0012P1L 38,10 (1.500) 20,10 (.791) 28,00 (1.102)
16 00 19 192993-0004 TNM6U16-0019P1L 38,10 (1.500) 23,30 (.917) 31,20 (1.229)
Single Piece Connector
Single Piece Connector
Single Piece Connector
Single Piece Connector
TNM Circular Connectors
Cannon Trident Connectors
With Wire Seal and Securing Nut
* Dimensions A and B apply to connectors without wire seals and securing nuts.
Can be sealed to IP67 with a sealed endbell, see page 59.
* Dimensions A and B apply to connectors without wire seals and securing nuts
Can be sealed to IP67 with a sealed endbell, see page 59.
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* Dimensions A and B apply to connectors without wire seals and securing nuts
Can be sealed to IP67 with a sealed endbell, see page 59.
Reversed Plugs
for Socket Contacts
Shell Size Contact Layout Part Number Nomenclature A Ø B Ø C
10 00 04 192993-0051 TNM6S10-0004S1L 34,20 (1.346) 17,50 (.689) 21,60 (.850)
12 00 08 192993-0052 TNM6S12-0008S1L 34,20 (1.346) 20,60 (.811) 24,80 (.976)
14 03 04 192993-0696 TNM6S14-0304S1L 34,20 (1.346) 24,30 (.957) 28,00 (1.102)
14 00 12 192993-0053 TNM6S14-0012S1L 34,20 (1.346) 24,30 (.957) 28,00 (1.102)
16 00 19 192993-0054 TNM6S16-0019S1L 34,20 (1.346) 27,00 (1.063) 31,20 (1.229)
Unsealed — Without Wire Seal and Securing Nut
Shell Size Contact Layout Part Number Nomenclature A* ØB* ØC
10 00 04 192993-0041 TNM6U10-0004S1L 29,80 (1.173) 13,80 (.543) 21,60 (.850)
12 00 08 192993-0042 TNM6U12-0008S1L 29,80 (1.173) 16,90 (.665) 24,80 (.976)
14 00 12 192993-0043 TNM6U14-0012S1L 29,80 (1.173) 20,10 (.791) 28,00 (1.102)
16 00 19 192993-0044 TNM6U16-0019S1L 29,80 (1.173) 23,30 (.917) 31,20 (1.229)
Shell Contact
Size Layouts Part Number Nomenclature A ØB ØC D E ØF ØG ØH
10 00 04 192993-0071 TNM0S10-0004P1L 43,00 (1.693) 17,50 (.689) 14,92 (.563) 23,79 (.937) 18,26 (.719) 3,20 (.126) 17,30 (.681) 15,10 (.594)
12 00 08 192993-0072 TNM0S12-0008P1L 43,00 (1.693) 20,60 (.811) 18,98 (.747) 26,15 (1.030) 20,62 (.812) 3,20 (.126) 21,80 (.858) 18,20 (.717)
14 03 04 192993-0697 TNM0S14-0304P1L 43,00 (1.693) 24,30 (.957) 22,16 (.872) 28,54 (1.124) 22,80 (.898) 3,50 (.138) 25,00 (.984) 21,40 (.843)
14 00 12 192993-0073 TNM0S14-0012P1L 43,00 (1.693) 24,30 (.957) 22,16 (.872) 28,54 (1.124) 22,80 (.898) 3,50 (.138) 25,00 (.984) 21,40 (.843)
16 00 19 192993-0074 TNM0S16-0019P1L 43,00 (1.693) 27,00 (1.063) 25,33 (.997) 30,89 (1.216) 24,40 (.961) 3,50 (.138) 28,10 (1.106) 24,60 (.969)
With Wire Seal and Securing Nut
Shell Contact
Size Layouts Part Number Nomenclature A* ØB* ØC D E ØF ØG ØH
10 00 04 192993-0061 TNM0U10-0004P1L 38,60 (1.520) 14,30 (.563) 14,92 (.563) 23,79 (.937) 18,26 (.719) 3,20 (.126) 17,30 (.681) 15,10 (.594)
12 00 08 192993-0062 TNM0U12-0008P1L 38,60 (1.520) 17,40 (.685) 18,98 (.747) 26,15 (1.030) 20,62 (.812) 3,20 (.126) 21,80 (.858) 18,20 (.717)
14 00 12 192993-0063 TNM0U14-0012P1L 38,60 (1.520) 20,60 (.811) 22,16 (.872) 28,54 (1.124) 22,80 (.898) 3,50 (.138) 25,00 (.984) 21,40 (.843)
16 00 19 192993-0064 TNM0U16-0019P1L 38,60 (1.520) 23,80 (.937) 25,33 (.997) 30,89 (1.216) 24,40 (.961) 3,50 (.138) 28,10 (1.106) 24,60 (.969)
Unsealed - Without Wire Seal and Securing Nut
Reversed Receptacles for
Pin Contacts Flange Mounting
Panel Cutout
ØH = Flange in Front of Panel
ØG = Flange at Rear of Panel
Single Piece Connecter
Single Piece Connecter
Single Piece Connector
Single Piece Connector
TNM Circular Connectors
Cannon Trident Connectors
With Wire Seal and Securing Nut
* Dimensions A and B apply to connectors without wire seals and securing nuts
Can be sealed to IP67 with a sealed endbell, see page 59.
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Shell Contact
Size Layout Type Part Number Nomenclature A B C Ø D ØE ØF ØG
14 03 04 Standard 192993-0700 TNM7S14-0304S1L 50,00 (1.968) 2,80 (.110) 17,60 (.692) 22,20 (.874) 24,30 (.956) 38,09 (1.500) 34,90(1.374)
14 03 04 Reversed 192993-0699 TNM7S14-0304P1L 50,00 (1.968) 2,80 (.110) 17,60 (.692) 22,20 (.874) 24,30 (.956) 38,09 (1.500) 34,90(1.374)
4-way Reversed Plug/Receptacle
for Power Contacts
This connector was developed for
use on servomotors where high
currents and high voltages are used.
Voltage rating 500V.
Short receptacle to save space.
Shell Contact
Size Type Layout Part Number Nomenclature A B C D E F G H I J
16 Reversed Receptacle 04 00 192993-0106 TNM192993-0106 30,3 1,85 11,6 23,7 25,33 30,9 24,4 24,6 28,1 3,5
16 Reversed Plug 04 00 192993-0105 TNM192993-0105 29,8 19,1 23,2 31,2
16 Earth Plug 04 00 192993-0109 TNM192993-0109 29,8 19,1 23,2 31,2
Uses Cannon D Subminiature
power contacts, see page 71.
Current rating 40A.
Standard/Reversed Receptacles
for Pin/Socket Contacts
Jam Nut Mounting
Single Piece Connecter
TNM Circular Connectors
Cannon Trident Connectors
With Wire Seal and Securing Nut
Mates with Standard and Reversed Plugs, see pages 54-55.
Single Piece Connecter
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Cannon Trident Connectors TNM Circular Connectors
Designed for use as an antenna
connector, this design incorporates
D Subminiature power contacts and
standard Trident signal contacts.
Can terminate wire sizes up to 8 AWG (10 mm2)
Large cables with outside diameters up to 16,00 (.630) diameter can be accommodated.
Uses Cannon D Subminiature power contacts see page 71.
For more information, please contact your local Cannon sales office.
3-3 Connector
Shell Contact
Size Layouts Type Part Number A B C D E F G H
14 03 03 Reversed Receptacle Pin 192993-2013 38,6 2,8 17,6 18,8 22,16 34,9 24,2 25,8
14 03 03 Reversed Plug Socket 192993-0261 29,8 19,1 18,85 28
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Typical Nomenclature: TNA 10 CCSE - 01 L
Series
TNA- Trident Neptune Accessory
Shell Size
10
12
14
16
Packaging
L = Single Pack
Accessory Style, Type and Size
Cable Clamp
CC HC-00 Sealed
CC SR-00 Unsealed
CC SE-00 Universal Shielded Endbell
CC SE-01 Shielded Endbell for larger
Cable Sizes
Heat Shrink Adapter
HS AD-00 Heat Shrink Adapter
Cannon Trident Connectors TNM Circular Accessories
Shielded Endbell
for Larger Cable Sizes
Metal body with plastic cable clamp. • For assembly instructions, see page 81. • For use with jacketed cables.
Heat Shrink Adapter
for use with TNM Circular Connectors
Shell Size Part Number Nomenclature Ø Amax ØB min Ø C ØDmax
10 192993-0631 TNA10HSAD-00L 18,10 (.712) 10,20 (.401) 16,00 (.629) 35,50 (1.397)
12 192993-0632 TNA12HSAD-00L 21,20 (.834) 12,20 (.480) 18,00 (.708) 36,00 (1.417)
14 192993-0633 TNA14HSAD-00L 24,20 (.952) 14,20 (.559) 20,00 (.787) 36,00 (1.417)
16 192993-0634 TNA16HSAD-00L 27,60 (1.086) 16,30 (.641) 22,00 (.866) 36,50 (1.437)
Cable Accommodation Outer
Sheath Diameter
How to Order-Accessories
Single Piece Pack
Single Piece Pack
Shell Size Part Number Nomenclature Ø A max ØB min ØB max ØC ØD max
10 192993-0091 TNA10CCSE-01L 18,10 (.712) 5,00 (.196) 10,0 (.393) 19,00 (.748) 70,00 (2.755)
12 192993-0092 TNA12CCSE-01L 21,20 (.834) 6,00 (.236) 12,00 (.472) 21,00 (.826) 72,00 (2.834)
14 192993-0093 TNA14CCSE-01L 24,20 (.952) 7,00 (.275) 14,00 (.551) 23,00 (.905) 78,00 (3.070)
16 192993-0094 TNA16CCSE-01L 27,60 (1.086) 8,00 (.314) 16,00 (.629) 25,00 (.984) 82,50 (3.248)
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Universal Shielded Endbell*
In order to meet EMC requirements it will
be necessary to fit a shielded endbell to
the TNM connectors. The TNM Shielded
Endbell provides sealing to the connector
shell, a cable braid grip and sealing to
the outer sheath of the cable. Sealing
rating is IP67.
Shielded endbells are used with unsealed
plugs and receptacles.
Materials and Finishes
Description Material/Finish
Housing Aluminum/Nickel
Grounding Ring Aluminum/Nickel
Clamp Nut Aluminum/Nickel
Cable Grip Nylon, UL 94 V-0
Support Sleeve Nylon, UL 94 V-0
O-Ring Rubber
Cable Seal Rubber
Cables
The TNM Shielded Endbell covers a wide
range of multicore cable used in industrial
applications. The following table indicates
the sizes that can be accommodated
provided the outside sheath diameter is
within the accommodation range shown.
For detail of contacts, see page 63.
Shielded cable to Endbell Assembly
Instructions are supplied with the Endbell
piece parts kit, also shown on page 80.
Dimensions
Shell Part E max.
Size Number Nomenclature A ØB ØC D Standard Format Reversed Format
10 192993-0081 TNA10CCSE-00L 56,60 (2.228) 8,00 (.315) 17,90 (.705) 16,00 (.630) 88,50 (3.484) 80,00 (3.150)
12 192993-0082 TNA12CCSE-00L 56,70 (2.320) 10,00 (.394) 21,00 (.827) 19,00 (.748) 88,50 (3.484) 80,00 (3.150)
14 192993-0083 TNA14CCSE-00L 57,00 (2.441) 11,30 (.449) 24,00 (.945) 22,00 (.886) 88,50 (3.484) 80,00 (3.150)
16 192993-0084 TNA16CCSE-00L 57,40 (2.260) 13,60 (.535) 27,40 (1,079) 25,00 (.984) 88,50 (3.484) 80,00 (3.150)
Cable Accommodation
Endbell Number of Outer Sheath Size
Shell Size Signal Contacts Minimum Maximum
10 4 4,40 (.173) 7,30 (.287)
12 8 6,40 (.252) 9,50 (.374)
14 12 8,50 (.334) 10,20 (.402)
16 19 7,90 (.311) 12,60 (.496)
*Patent Pending
For assembly instruction, see page 80.
TNM Circular Accessories
Cannon Trident Connectors
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Sealed Cable Clamps
for use with TNM Circular
Connectors
For use with jacketed cables.
Provides strain relief and wire protection.
Provides sealing to IP67.
For assembly instructions, see page 79.
* For disassembly, add 9,000 (.0354) for shell sizes 10-16.
Dimensions
Shell C max.
Size Part Number Nomenclature ØA max. B Standard Format Reversed Format
10 192900-0636 TNA10CCHC-00L 11,10 (.437) 18,80 (.740) 89,00 (3.504) 80,70 (3.177)
12 192900-0637 TNA12CCHC-00L 13,60 (.535) 20,80 (.818) 92,00 (3.622) 83,70 (3.295)
14 192900-0496 TNA14CCHC-00L 14,60 (.574) 22,80 (.897) 99,00 (3.898) 90,70 (3.571)
16 192900-0497 TNA16CCHC-00L 16,60 (.653) 24,70 (.972) 103,00 (4.055) 94,70 (3.728)
* Assumes a uniformly cylindrical cable. Variations in the diameter could effect sealing.
Unsealed Cable Clamps
for use with TNM Circular Connectors
Provides strain relief and wire protection.
For use with discrete wires or jacketed cables.
For assembly instructions, see page 79.
* For disassembly, add 9,000 (.0354) for shell sizes 10-16.
Dimensions
Shell Part E max.
Size Number Nomenclature ØA max. B ØC max. ØD Standard Format Reversed Format
10 192900-0639 TNA10CCSR-00L 21,50 (.846) 6,40 (.251) 8,70 (.342) 21,00 (.826) 74,50 (2.933) 66,20 (2.606)
12 192900-0640 TNA12CCSR-00L 24,90 (.980) 6,40 (.251) 12,80 (.503) 24,00 (.944) 74,50 (2.933) 66,20 (2.606)
14 192900-0286 TNA14CCSR-00L 27,00 (1.063) 6,40 (.251) 13,80 (.543) 27,00 (1.063) 80,50 (3.169) 71,80 (2.826)
16 192900-0343 TNA16CCSR-00L 30,10 (1.185) 6,40 (.251) 17,00 (.669) 30,20 (1.189) 80,50 (3.169) 71,80 (2.826)
TNM Circular Accessories
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Cannon Trident Connectors Trident High Voltage (THV)
This connector series is based on the Trident
Neptune Metal housing. The insulator body has
been designed for high voltage applications.
These connectors rated for up to 34 A (for wire
size 4,0 mm² at 20°C) and 500 V ac. This
connector series is VDE certified.
Operating Voltage Up to 500 V (dc and ac)
Contact Current Rating Max. 34 A for wire size 4,0 mm² at 20°C
Contact Resistance 5mOhm max.
Voltage Proof 6kV rated impulse voltage
Insulation Resistance 5000MOhm
Performance Specifications
Electrical Data
Durability Up to 200 Mating cycles, depending on contact type
Mating Torque Max. 2,3 Nm
Unmating Torque Min. 0,25 Nm to max. 2,3 Nm
Mechanical Data
Operating Temperature -40°C to +125°C (-40°F to +257°F)
Humity Steady State RH 90 to 95%, 40°C, 504 hours
Environmental Sealing IP67 in mated condition
Salt Spray 48 hours
Vibration 10 g’s peak, 10 to 500 Hz, 9 hours
Physical Shock 40 g’s peak, 6msec., half-spine pulse
Environmental Data (acc. ISO 15170)
Shell Nickel Plated Zinc Alloy
Insulator Orange Nylon
Coupling Ring Nickel Plated Brass
Flammability UL 94 V-0
Materials and Finishes
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Cannon Trident Connectors Trident High Voltage (THV)
High Voltage 4-way for Power Contacts
Standard and reversed version available.
Uses APK Power contacts, see page 65.
For sealing the receptacle use panel gasket, see page 51.
Shell Size Type Contact Layout Part Number Nomenclature
14 Standard Plug with Endbell* 04-00 192993-0702 THV6U14-0400P1L-02
14 Standard Receptacle* 04-00 192993-0704 THV0U14-0400S1L-02
14 Reversed Plug with Endbell** 04-00 192993-0706 THV6U14-0400S1L-02
14 Reversed Receptacle** 04-00 192993-0708 THV0U14-0400P1L-02
Shielded Endbell
Part Number (Pack of 100)
192993-0087
* Parts are VDE-qualified.
** Parts are not VDE-qualified.
High Voltage 4-way Jam Nut Receptacle for Power Contacts
Information available upon request.
Dimensions: Standard Receptacle
Dimensions: Standard Plug with Endbell
42.5min
O-RING CONUS RING ENDBELL
SW 21
SEALING CABLE GRIP GLAND NUT
SW 22
SW19
Ø22.2
11.6
34.8
22.8
28.5
22.8
28.5
Ø28
70.3
19.1
SW 21 SW 22
1.8
Ø3.5
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General recommendations for the selection
of Trident contacts are listed below.
Platings: Tin is recommended for most
applications (with 50 or fewer mating
cycles). It is cost effective and matches well
to most wires. Gold is preferred for special
situations. Gold resists oxidation, has high
surface conductivity, and has a low
coefficient of friction. These features make
gold the preferred plating for low level
signals (a rule of thumb is <100 mA),
corrosive environments (for unsealed
connectors), and for increased mating
cycles. The electrical performance of the
contact is determined at the surface of
the contact. For this reason, flash gold
platings are suitable for applications with
50 or fewer mating cycles. Thicker gold
platings are recommended for
more than 50 mating cycles. All
Trident Contacts are RoHS
Compliant.
Stamped versus Machined: The two part
stamped contacts are manufactured to pre-
cise tolerances and are field proven. They
Cannon Trident Connectors Contacts
Temperature/Current Rating
Derating curves define the max. current that
can be applied to a connector at a given
ambient temperature so that the additional
temperature rise caused by the current does
not exceed the material limit of the connector.
The following curves show the max. currents
based on the assumption attached: As factors
like current load per contact, wire size etc.
may be different in your application. This
chart is an indication only.
Derived in accordance with IEC 512-3,
Test 5b.
Figures are for maximum wire sizes.
Smaller wires will reduce rating.
All contacts equally loaded.
PCB mounted connectors will be limited
by PCB performance.
Bunched cables will further reduce values.
Cable insulation type will affect
temperature and loading.
Figures are for maximum connector
sizes in each range. Smaller connectors
will increase rating.
13
12
11
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100 110 120 105 125
TEMPERATURE °C
SNAP TOGETHER
SLIMLINE CONNECTORS
3 PART CONTACTS
SNAP TOGETHER
CONNECTORS
2 PART CONTACTS
RINGLOCK
CONNECTORS
2 PART CONTACTS
MUTLIWAY
RECTANGULAR
CONNECTORS
3 PART CONTACTS
CURRENT A
UPPER MATERIAL LIMIT
UPPER LIMIT - MUL
TIWAY
30°C TEMPERATURE RISE
can be supplied on reels which lowers
assembly costs for volume production.
Machined contacts offer improved
precision and durability. They are
recommended for applications with
more than 200 mating cycles.
Crimp versus Solder: Crimp contacts offer
improved electrical performance, strain
relief and quality control compared to
solder cup contacts. Solder cup
contacts are recommended for low
volume and prototype applications
where the added cost of crimp tools is
not justified.
High Conductivity: These contacts
use a different base material then the
standard contacts. They are recommend-
ed for high current applications. These
contacts will also reduce the derating of
connectors with several high current lines.
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Cannon Trident Connectors Overview of Contacts
T2P
• Two piece formed (stamped) contact
• For up to 200 mating cycles
• Full support tooling available
T3P
• Three piece machined contact
• For up to 500 mating cycles
• Full support tooling available
Standard Crimp High Conductivity
Crimp
Machined Crimp Solder Cup Flow Solder (PCB)
Technical and Performance Data
Supported wire sizes AWG 14 to 26 AWG 14 to 26 AWG 16 to 26 AWG 14 to 26 -
Current rating 13 A 16 A 13 A 13 A Up to 30 A
Contact Resistance (initial) 5 mW5 mW5 mW5 mW5 mW
Mechanical endurance Up to 200 insertions Up to 200 insertions Up to 500 insertions Up to 500 insertions Up to 500 insertions
Body material Brass Copper Alloy Brass Brass Brass
Retention spring
material Stainless Steel Stainless Steel Beryllium Copper Beryllium Copper Beryllium Copper
Contact retention force
(minimum) 67 N 67 N 67 N 67 N 67 N
Plating Availability
Tin Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
Gold Flash
(0,1 µm) Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
Gold 0,75 µm 0,75 µm 0,4 µm (pin)
0,75 µm (socket)
0,4 µm (pin)
0,75 µm (socket)
0,4 µm (pin)
0,75 µm (socket)
Connector/Contact Capability
Snap Together Rectangular,
Slimline (TST) and Flame
Retardant (TFR)
Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes, pre-installed in
connectors
Multiway (TM) Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
Ringlock (TR) Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
Neptune (TN) Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
Neptune Metal (TNM) Yes Yes Yes Yes -
High Voltage (THV) —————
Page Number
67 67 69 70 70
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High Power
• For mixed Neptune and TNM layouts
• Full support tooling available
APK25 D Sub
Technical and Performance Data
Supported wire sizes AWG 12 to 20 AWG 8 to 14
Current rating 30 A Up to 40 A
Contact Resistance (initial) 2,5 mW*
Mechanical endurance Up to 200 insertions Up to 500 insertions
Body material Copper Alloy Copper Alloy
Retention spring
material Stainless Steel *
Contact retention force
(minimum) 100 N *
Plating Availability
Tin Yes -
Gold Flash
(0,1 µm) - -
Gold - 0,76 µm
Connector/Contact Capability
Snap Together Rectangular,
Slimline (TST) and Flame
Retardant (TFR)
- -
Multiway (TM) - -
Ringlock (TR) - -
Neptune (TN) Yes -
Neptune Metal (TNM) - Yes
High Voltage (THV) Yes
Page Number
71 71
Overview of Contacts
Cannon Trident Connectors
* For details please consult the factory
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T2P Contacts
Cannon Trident Connectors
Typical Nomenclature: T2P 16 M C 1 L T
Series
T2P = Two Part Stamped Contact
Contact Size
14 = 14-16 AWG
16 = 16-20 AWG
20 = 20-22 AWG
24 = 24-26 AWG
Gender
M = Male (Pin)
F = Female (Socket)
Plating
T = Tin
Y = Gold
Z = Gold Flash
Packaging
L = Loose (bag of 100)
S = Reel of 3000
Overview - T2P Contacts
Contact Type
Crimp Contact
C 1 Standard, Brass
C 4 High Conductivity
Note: This overview shows available options for formed (stamped) T2P contacts. The T2P nomenclature above
appears as our description on ITT paperwork, etc, and this is for reference only. To order use the order codes
on the following page.
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T2P Contacts
Cannon Trident Connectors
Size 16 to 26 AWG,
Insulation Grip
Size 14 to 16 AWG,
No Insulation Grip
Part Number Part Number
Pack (100) Reeled (3000)
Wire Range Wire 0,8
m
m (32
m
in.) 0,8
m
m (32
m
in.) Insulation
mm2 Size Contact Tin Plating Gold Flash Gold Plating Tin Plating Gold Flash Gold Plating Diameter Strip Length
0,14 - 0,25 26-24 AWG Pin 192990-0020 192990-0080 192900-0448 192990-2510 192990-2650 192900-0406 0,89 (.035) - 1,58 (.062) 3,95 (.155)±0,25(.009)
0,14 - 0,25 26-24 AWG Socket 192990-0030 192990-0090 192900-0452 192990-2550 192990-2690 192900-0410 0,89 (.035) - 1,58 (.062) 3,95 (.155)±0,25(.009)
0,32 - 0,50 22-20 AWG Pin 192990-0040 192922-1460 192900-0447 192990-2500 192990-2640 192900-0405 1,17 (.046) - 2,08 (.081) 3,95 (.155)±0,25(.009)
0,32 - 0,50 22-20 AWG Socket 192990-0050 192922-1470 192900-0451 192990-2540 192990-2680 192900-0409 1,17 (.046) - 2,08 (.081) 3,95 (.155)±0,25(.009)
0,75 - 1,50 18-16 AWG Pin 192990-0060 192990-0100 192900-0446 192990-2490 192990-2630 192900-0404 2,00 (.078) - 2,70 (.106) 3,95 (.155)±0,25(.009)
0,75 - 1,50 18-16 AWG Socket 192990-0070 192990-0110 192900-0450 192990-2530 192990-2670 192900-0408 2,00 (.078) - 2,70 (.106) 3,95 (.155)±0,25(.009)
1,50 - 2,50 16-14 AWG Pin 192990-1240 192990-1220 192900-0445 192990-2480 192990-2620 192900-0403 Without insulation support 5,60 (.220)±0,25(.009)
1,50 - 2,50 16-14 AWG Socket 192990-1250 192990-1230 192900-0449 192990-2520 192990-2660 192900-0407 Without insulation support 5,60 (.220)±0,25(.009)
Socket Pin
Part Number
Pack (100) Reeled (3000)
Wire Range Wire Insulation Strip
mm2 Size Contact Tin Plating Tin Plating Diameter Length
0,14 - 0,25 26-24 AWG Pin 192900-0122 192900-0120 0,89 (.035) - 1,58 (.062) 3,95 (.155)±0,25 (.009)
0,14 - 0,25 26-24 AWG Socket 192900-0123 192900-0121 0,89 (.035) - 1,58 (.062) 3,95 (.155)±0,25 (.009)
0,32 - 0,50 22-20 AWG Pin 192900-0126 192900-0124 1,17 (.046) - 2,08 (.081) 3,95 (.155)±0,25 (.009)
0,32 - 0,50 22-20 AWG Socket 192900-0127 192900-0125 1,17 (.046) - 2,08 (.081) 3,95 (.155)±0,25 (.009)
0,75 - 1,50 18-16 AWG Pin 192900-0002 192900-0000 2,00 (.078) - 2,70 (.106) 3,95 (.155)±0,25 (.009)
0,75 - 1,50 18-16 AWG Socket 192900-0003 192900-0001 2,00 (.078) - 2,70 (.106) 3,95 (.155)±0,25 (.009)
1,50 - 2,50 16-14 AWG Pin 192900-0005 192900-0004 Without insulation support 5,60 (.220)±0,25 (.009)
1,50 - 2,50 16-14 AWG Socket 192900-0007 192900-0006 Without insulation support 5,60 (.220)±0,25 (.009)
Size 14 to 16 AWG,
No Insulation Grip
Size 16 to 26 AWG,
Insulation Grip
Formed (Stamped) Crimp Contacts —
Standard Brass Material
13 A current rating.
Three plating styles available.
Separate retention spring.
Up to 200 mating cycles.
Wide range of wire sizes.
Full support tooling available,
see pages 73-74.
Two part design.
Formed (Stamped) Crimp Contacts — High
Conductivity Material
16 A current rating.
Recommended for elevated
temperatures.
High conductivity copper alloy with
tin plating.
For use with standard crimp tooling,
see pages 73-74.
Two part design.
Up to 200 mating cylces.
Socket Pin
17,8 (.701) 26,7 (1.051)
17,8 (.701), AWG 18-16: 18,2 (.717) 26,7 (1.051), AWG 18-16: 27,1 (1.067)
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T3P Contacts
Cannon Trident Connectors
Typical Nomenclature: T3P 16 M C 1 L T
Series
T3P = Three Part machined Contact
Gender
M = Male (Pin)
F = Female (Socket)
Plating
T = Tin
X = 3m m (120m in.) Gold
Y = Gold
Z = Gold Flash (only for Pin Contacts)
Packaging
L = Loose (bag of 100)
Overview - T3P Contacts
Type and Configuration Variant
AWG Size Gender Crimp Contacts
16 C 1 No insulation support, Black colorband
20 C 1 Insulation dia Ø1,6 (.062)-2,1 (.082), Green colorband
22 C 1 Insulation dia Ø1,6 (.062)-2,15 (.084), Red colorband
24 C 1 Insulation dia Ø1,05 (.041)-1,6 (.062), Blue colorband
26 C 1 Insulation dia Ø0,9 (.035)-1,4 (.055), Black colorband
Earth Contact
16 E 1 Black colorband
20 E 1 Green colorband
Solder Cup Contact
16 S 1
Flow Solder Contact
20 F 1 Ø0,72 (.028) short (female only)
20 F 3 Ø0,72 (.028) long (female only)
20 F 5 Ø0,73 (.029)
25 F 5 Ø1,52 (.060) (TN)
Note: This overview shows available options for formed (stamped) T3P contacts. The T3P nomenclature above
appears as our description on ITT paperwork, etc, and this is for reference only. To order use the order codes on
the following page.
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T3P Contacts
Cannon Trident Connectors
Machined
Crimp Contacts
13 A current rating.
Separate contact and retention spring.
Up to 500 mating cycles.
Variety of plating options.
Full support tooling available,
see pages 73-74.
Pin Socket
Pin Socket
Size 16 AWG,
No Insulation Grip
Size 20 to 26 AWG,
Insulation Grip
Size 16 AWG,
No Insulation Grip
Size 20 AWG,
Insulation Grip
Wire Range Wire Part Number (Pack of 100) Insulation
mm2 Size Contact Gold Plating(X) Gold Plating(Y) Tin Plating Diameter Strip Length Color Band
0,08 - 0,23 26 AWG Pin 192991-0101 192991-0100 192991-0102 0,90 (.035) - 1,40 (.055) 5,08 (.200)±0,25 (.009) Black
0,08 - 0,23 26 AWG Socket 192991-0054 192991-0042 192991-0048 0,90 (.035) - 1,40 (.055) 5,08 (.200)±0,25 (.009) Black
0,20 - 0,24 24 AWG Pin 192991-0093 192991-0092 192991-0094 1,05 (.041) - 1,60 (.062) 5,08 (.200)±0,25 (.009) Blue
0,20 - 0,24 24 AWG Socket 192991-0055 192991-0043 192991-0049 1,05 (.041) - 1,60 (.062) 5,08 (.200)±0,25 (.009) Blue
0,25 - 0,50 22 AWG Pin 192991-0097 192991-0096 192991-0098 1,60 (.062) - 2,15 (.084) 5,08 (.200)±0,25 (.009) Red
0,25 - 0,50 22 AWG Socket 192991-0056 192991-0044 192991-0050 1,60 (.062) - 2,15 (.084) 5,08 (.200)±0,25 (.009) Red
0,44 - 0,64 20 AWG Pin 192991-0089 192991-0088 192991-0090 1,60 (.062) - 2,10 (.082) 5,08 (.200)±0,25 (.009) Green
0,44 - 0,64 20 AWG Socket 192991-0058 192991-0046 192991-0052 1,60 (.062) - 2,10 (.082) 5,08 (.200)±0,25 (.009) Green
0,60 - 1,51 16 AWG Pin 192991-0085 192991-0084 192991-0086 Without insulation support 7,11 (.279)±0,25 (.009) Black
0,60 - 1,51 16 AWG Socket 192991-0059 192991-0047 192991-0053 Without insulation support 7,11 (.279)±0,25 (.009) Black
1,50 - 2,50 14 AWG Pin 121587-0028 on request on request Without insulation support 7,11 (.279)±0,25 (.009) White
1,50 - 2,50 14 AWG Socket 121587-0039 on request on request Without insulation support 7,11 (.279)±0,25 (.009) White
(Y) Gold plating Pin: 0,4 µ m (16 µ in.). Gold plating Socket: 0,75 µ m (30 µ in.).
(X) Gold plating Pin & Socket: 3 µ m (120 µ in.).
Machined Earth
(First Mate/Last Break) Contacts
13 A current rating.
Separate contact and retention spring.
Up to 500 mating cycles.
Variety of plating options.
Full support tooling available,
see pages 73-74.
Wire Range Wire Insulation Color
mm2 Size Contact Gold Plating(Y) Description Diameter Strip Length Band
0,44 - 0,64 20 AWG Pin 192991-0164 T3P20ME1LY 1,60 (.062) - 2,10 (.082) 5,08 (.200)±0,25 (.009) Green
0,44 - 0,64 20 AWG Socket 192991-0207 T3P20FE1LY 1,60 (.062) - 2,10 (.082) 5,08 (.200)±0,25 (.009) Green
0,60 - 1,51 16 AWG Pin 192991-0160 T3P16ME1LY Without insulation support 7,11 (.279)±0,25 (.009) Black
0,60 - 1,51 16 AWG Socket 192991-0208 T3P16FE1LY Without insulation support 7,11 (.279)±0,25 (.009) Black
(Y) Gold plating Pin: 0,4 µ m (16 µ in.). Gold plating Socket: 0,75 µ m (30 µ in.).
For Gold Flash Plating, please consult the factory.
Part Number (Pack of 100)
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Solder Cup Contacts
13 A current rating.
Ideal for prototypes and small
volume applications.
Fits into all Trident connectors.
Simple solder, then insert.
Socket Pin
18,26 (.719) 26,19 (1.031)
Part Number
Description Tin Plating Gold Plating (Y)
Socket 192900-0634 192900-0635
Pin 192900-0632 192900-0633
(Y) Gold plating 0,4 µ m (16 µ in.)
Flow Solder (PCB) Contacts
13 A current rating.
Available in different lengths
depending on connector.
30 A power version available.
Connector Series Type Tin Plating Gold Flash Plating A ±1,00 (.039) ØB ±0,06 (.002)
Ringlock Standard Receptacle Socket *** 192991-0524 33,6 (1.323) 0,72 (.028)
Ringlock Standard Receptacle Socket *** 192991-0066 26,5 (1.043) 0,72 (.028)
Ringlock Reversed Receptacle, Multiway Pin 192991-0122 192991-0119 34,5 (1.358) 0,72 (.028)
Neptune Pin 192900-0465 192900-0356 40,6 (1.598) 0,73 (.029)
Neptune Power** Pin 192991-0617 192991-0618 40,6 (1.598) 1,52 (.060)
** Note: Appearance differs slightly from the picture.
*** For details please consult the factory
Part Number (Pack of 100)
Nominal lengths (x) of Flow Solder Contacts out of the connector*
Ringlock Standard Receptacle
Shell Size 192991-0066 192991-0524
10 4,5 (.177) 11,6 (.456)
12 2,7 (.106) 9,8 (.386)
14 4,5 (.177) 11,6 (.456)
16 2,7 (.106) 9,8 (.386)
18 2,7 (.106) 9,8 (.386)
20 3,0 (.118) 10,1 (.398)
22 2,0 (.079) 9,1 (.358)
24 1,2 (.047) 8,3 (.327)
Ringlock Reversed Receptacle
Shell Size 192991-0119
192991-0122
10 4,7 (.177)
12 4,7 (.177)
14 4,7 (.177)
16 4,7 (.177)
18 4,7 (.177)
20 4,6 (.181)
22 4,6 (.181)
24 4,6 (.181)
T3P Contacts
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* For other connector series please consult the factory
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Cannon Trident Connectors Power Contacts
APK
Power Contacts
30 A current rating.
Socket Pin
Part Number
Wire Range Wire Loose (100) Reeled (3000) Insulation Strip
mm2 Size Contact Description* Tin Plated Tin Plated Diameter Length
0,50 - 1,00 20-18 AWG Pin APK-PB25A10 031-8717-020 121668-0000 1,40 (.055) - 2,00 (.078) 5,00 (.196)±0,25 (.009)
0,50 - 1,00 20-18 AWG Socket APK-SB25A10 031-8717-120 121668-0100 1,40 (.055) - 2,00 (.078) 5,00 (.196)±0,25 (.009)
1,50 - 2,50 16-14 AWG Pin APK-PB25A25 031-8717-021 121668-0001 2,00 (.078) - 2,90 (.114) 5,00 (.196)±0,25 (.009)
1,50 - 2,50 16-14 AWG Socket APK-SB25A25 031-8717-121 121668-0101 2,00 (.078) - 2,90 (.114) 5,00 (.196)±0,25 (.009)
2,50 - 4,00 14-12 AWG Pin APK-PB25A40 031-8717-022 121668-0002 2,90 (.114) - 3,60 (.141) 5,00 (.196)±0,25 (.009)
2,50 - 4,00 14-12 AWG Socket APK-SB25A40 031-8717-122 121668-0102 2,90 (.114) - 3,60 (.141) 5,00 (.196)±0,25 (.009)
* Referring to reeled contacts
Part Number Current
(30 µin) 0,76µm A B Rating Wire Size
Gold over Copper A AWG
DM130338 4,60 (.181) 5,84 (.230) 40 A 8 AWG
DM130339 2,54 (.100) 5,54 (.218) 20 A 12 AWG
Part Number Current
(30 µin) 0,76µm A B Rating Wire Size
Gold over Copper A AWG
DM130341 4,60 (.181) 5,84 (.230) 40 A 8 AWG
DM130342 2,54 (.100) 5,54 (.218) 20 A 12 AWG
Plug
Receptacle
D Subminiature Loose Contacts, Size 8- High Power-Crimp
Recommended Wire Trim Length
20,93 - 20,42
(.824 - .804)
Ø AØ B
Recommended Wire Trim Length
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Description Part Number Pack Size
Discriminating (Keying) Pin,
Signal Contacts 192990-0000 Bulk Pack (25)
Discriminating (Keying) Pin,
Power Contacts 192900-0189 Bulk Pack (25)
Discriminating (Keying) Cap,
Pin Contacts 192990-0010 Bulk Pack (100)
Discriminating (Keying) Peg,
Socket Contacts 192990-7650 Bulk Pack (100)
Accessories
Cannon Trident Connectors
Accessories
Discriminating (Keying)
Pins and Caps
Discriminating (Keying) Pins are used to prevent cross-mating
of similar connectors. These pins are used in place of a pin
contact. The corresponding socket cavity must be left open. If
a socket contact is present, the discriminating pin will
prevent mating. There are two types of discriminating pins.
Board Mount PCB connectors have caps and pegs. All other
connectors have signal or power pins.
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Ratcheted Hand Tool
A range of single action, factory calibrated
tools are available to support the stamped
contacts and 30 A power contacts.
Signal Contact Power Contact Part Number
14-16 AWG N/A 121586-5238
16-18 AWG N/A 121586-5237
20-22, 24-26 AWG N/A 121586-5236
N/A 12-14, 14-16, 18-20 AWG 121586-5241
Hand Tool
for Machined Contacts
This is a ratcheted, four indent crimptool that is fully adjustable.
They crimp all sizes of machined contacts.
Hand Tool
Description Part Number Locator
Machined Crimp* 995-0001-585 192990-7600 (Calibrated)1
1Nomenclature: TH-Trident
* M22520-1-01
Tools
Cannon Trident Connectors
Extraction Tools
Contacts can readily be removed from
the housings using an extraction tool.
The tool is placed over the contact and
the sleeve rotated slightly as it is pushed
home to release the spring. Light
pressure on the knob then ejects the
contact from the rear of the housing.
Part Number
For Signal Contact 192922-1450
For Power Contact 192900-0176
Hand Tools
for Formed (Stamped) contacts
Part Number
For Power Contact 121086-3278
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Mini Applicators
(for Stamped Contacts)
AWG Contact Mecal
Size Description Part Number
14-16 Trident Signal 121586-5240
16-18 Trident Signal 121586-5217
20-26 Trident Signal 121586-5239
12-14 Trident 30 A Power *
14-16 Trident 30 A Power *
18-20 Trident 30 A Power *
Mini Applicators are interchangeable
modules that will fit into many
standard crimping machines. They are
available for all sizes of stamped signal
and power contacts.
* For details please consult the factory
Part
Nomenclature Description Number AWG
WA27F-CE Pneumatic Crimp Tool 121586-5067 12-20
WA22F-CE Pneumatic Crimp Tool 121586-5070 20-32
BM-2 Bench Mount 121586-5068
WA10 Foot Pedal 121586-5069
Pneumatic Table Crimp Tool
(for Machined Contacts)
This Hand Crimp Tool fully meets the
requirements of specification MIL-C-22520.
The tool produces eight-indent crimp
terminations of excellent quality. Together
with the bench mount BM-2 and the food
pedal WA-10 it becomes an installed tool
facilitating the work: The Hands of the
operator are free to insert the contact
and the wire and to remove the terminated
contact.
Tools
Cannon Trident Connectors
Description Part Number
Testing Gauge 317-8675-133
Testing Gauge
(for Stamped Contacts)
The testing gauge will be helpful to check
whether a crimp is ok or not.
The contact should be inserted into the
test fixture without scratching the test
hole (diameter 3.3 mm).
Description Part Number
For Pin Contact 192900-0605
For Socket Contact 192900-0606
Wiring Assist Tool
These wiring needles are available as a
wiring aid for high
density layouts to
ease insertion of individual contacts.
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Crimping Instructions — Formed
(Stamped) Crimp Contacts
Assembly Instructions:
1. Strip wires to length. For wire strip lengths,
see page 67.
2. Open the hand tool and place the contact
in the chosen die, ensuring that the locating
plate is positioned between the collar and
crimp saddle. Then squeeze tool gently to
hold the contact in place.
3. Insert the wire.
4. Cycle the tool.
5. Remove the wire and inspect the crimp.
The strands should be visible at both ends of
the crimp. There should be no loose strands
(see Figures 1-3). The contact should be co-linear
with the wire (see Figure 4). Bent contacts
are unacceptable (see Figure 5).
Crimping Instructions —
Machined Crimp Contacts
Assembly Instructions:
1. Strip wires to length. For wire strip
lengths, see page 69.
2. Attach the correct locator (turret) to
the hand tool.
Contact Type Locator Color
Pin Blue
Socket Green
Earthing Black
3. Adjust the dial for the wire gauge.
4. Place the contact into the locator and
insert the wire into the contact as indicat-
ed on the locator (turret) label.
Figure 6 - Correct
Notes:
Wire Insulation.
Wire Strands.
Contact.
Inspection Window.
Strands must be visible.
Figure 7 - Unacceptable
5. Cycle the tool.
6. Remove and inspect the contact.
Strands should be visible through the
inspection window (see Figure 6). There
should be no loose strands (see Figure 7).
Figure 4 - Correct
Figure 1 - Correct
Figure 5 - Unacceptable
Side View
Side View Front View
Front View
Figure 2 - Unacceptable
Figure 3 - Unacceptable
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2
3
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Contact Insertion
No insertion tool is required. Trident
contacts are inserted from the rear of the
connector and held in place by retention
tines (cantilever springs). These tines
compress during insertion. They expand
once contact is in place and prevent the
contact from backing out.
Proper Insertion of Trident Contact
Contact Retention Forces
Minimum retention force of the
contact to the insulator.
Contact Newton(s)
Signal Contacts 67
(Formed Crimp, Machined Crimp,
Solder Cup, Flow Solder)
30 A Power Contacts 100
Note: Newton is a metric unit of force. One pound = 4.45 Newtons
Trident Assembly Instructions
(For Neptune and TNM Assembly, see page 77)
Assembly instructions:
1. Grasp the crimped or soldered
contact just behind where the wire
enters the contact.
2. Push the contact into the connector
cavity until it locks into place.
3. Pull on the wire slightly to verify that
the contact is secure.
4. Inspect the mating face of the
connector. The contacts should extend
the same distance into the connector.
Contact Insertion - Slimline
RETENTION TINE
Contact Insertion - Ringlock
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Neptune and TNM Assembly
Instructions
Contact Insertion For Neptune and
TNM Connectors
(For Trident Assembly, see page 76)
Neptune and TNM connectors feature
membrane seals. These seals have a thin
membrane that seals unused contact
cavities. No sealing plugs are required for
unused cavities. Neptune connectors do
not require insertion tools. Cannon offers
stitching tools as an optional assembly aid
for high volume usage. Many customers find
that stitching tools reduce the
assembly time.
Assembly Instructions:
1. On Neptune and TNM connectors do
not remove the Securing Nut holding the
Wire Seal in place, unless an accessory such
as Metal Endbell, Conduit Adapter, HC
or SR Clamp assembly is to be used in its
place. Then remove the Securing Nut (to be
replaced by the accessory), make sure the
tab on the Seal is positioned in the receiving
slot in the connector, fit the accessory over
the cables/wires and proceed as follows.
2. Grasp the crimped or soldered contact
just behind where the wire enters the
contact. If using a stitching tool, insert the
contact into the rear of the tool.
3. Push the contact through the membrane
seal into the insulator. Continue to push
until the contact locks into place. If using a
stitching tool, first insert the tool into the
required contact position in the seal and
examine the mating face to confirm that
the correct contact cavity has been entered,
if not, this can be corrected by partially
removing the tool and engaging the correct
position. Then fit the contact to the stitching
tool and push the CONTACT through until it
locks into place; remove the stitching tool.
4. Pull on the wire slightly to verify that the
contact is secure.
5. Inspect the mating face of the connector.
The contacts should extend the same
distance into the connector.
6. Secure the nut, or other accessory, to
hold the membrane seal in place.
IMPORTANT NOTE: The stitching tool is not
designed to pull the contact through; it is
intended to ease the insertion process with high
density connectors.
On the high density connectors, such as
0-48, it is beneficial to start loading contacts on
a center row first and filling adjacent rows fully
each side, so progressively filling the connector
from the center in a controlled manner.
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Contact Extraction
Contacts may be removed with an
extraction tool. The tool has an outer
tube and an internal spring loaded
plunger. The outer tube depresses the
retention tines on the contact. The
plunger then pushes the contact back
out of the connector.
Extraction Instructions:
1. Grasp the extraction tool on the
knurled portion of the outer tube. Do
not push on the plunger knob yet.
2. Insert the tube into the contact cavity
from the mating surface. Push the tube
fully into the cavity.
IMPORTANT: Verify that the depth
indicating line on the tool is even with
the mating face of the connector before
depressing the plunger.
3. Depress the plunger. This should
only require light pressure to eject
the contact. The contact can now be
removed from the back of the connector.
4. Inspect the contact. Verify the tines
are not damaged.
Contact Extraction
Extraction Tool
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Endbell — Unsealed
Assembly Instructions:
1. Separate the body of the clamp, the
two screws, and the clamping bar.
2. Slide the body over the wires or cable
and screw onto the threads on the back
of the connector. The backshell should
be hand-tight. For Neptune and TNM
connectors, the cable clamp will fit over
the membrane seal and will hold it in
place.
3. There are three clamp bars supplied.
Select the appropriate one for the wire
bundle and attach to the clamp body with
the screws.
Endbell — Sealed
Assembly Instructions:
1. Separate the body of the clamp body,
the two pressure rings, the sealing
grommet, the clamp, and O-ring.
2. Slide the backshell components over
the cable prior to crimping the contacts
and assembling the connector. The
farthest part from the connector is the
clamp, followed by a pressure ring, then
the grommet, then the other pressure
ring, then the clamp body and then the
O-ring.
Assembly Note: The grommet is a layered
design. For large cables one or more of
the interior sections can be removed.
If the grommet resists sliding over the
cable, lubricate with isopropyl alcohol.
3. Crimp and insert the contacts.
4. Slide the O-ring up and over the back
of the connector.
5. Screw the clamp body onto the back
of the connector. It should be hand-tight.
For Neptune and TNM connectors, the
cable clamp will fit over the membrane
seal and will hold it in place.
6. Slide the pressure rings and grommet
forward into the body.
7. Screw the cable clamp into the clamp
body. The cable clamp will apply pressure
to the grommet causing it to seal the
backshell to the cable.
8. Screw down the clamp bar to secure
the cable. Note that the bar is reversible,
depending on the size of the cable.
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Universal Endbell
The Universal Endbell is suitable to accept
shielded and unshielded cable. This cable
is sealed with a highly flexible seal and an
additional sealing ring with a flexible plastic
cable clamp serving as a strain relief. The
Universal Endbell can be screwed onto plug
and receptacle connectors. The O-ring and
the cable sealing meet IP67.
Assembly Instructions:
1. Slide O-ring over the back of the
connector body.
2. Slide the endbell components onto
the cable in the following order:
Clamp Nut
Cable Grip1
Cable Seal2
Housing
Grounding Ring
Support Sleeve
O-Ring
Note: 1. The compression fingers of the
Cable Grip face toward the connector.
Note: 2. Isopropyl alcohol will lubricate the
Cable Seal making it easier to slide over the
cable.
3. Cut back the Outside Jacket to expose
25,40 (1.000) of Braid followed by 12,70
(.500) of Insulated Wires.
4. Terminate the wires and insert contacts
per assembly instructions, see page 77.
5. Slide the Support Sleeve down until it
reaches the back of the connector.
6. Pull the Braid over the Grounding Ring.
7. Slide the Grounding Ring down until it
snaps onto the Support Sleeve. The Braid
should be secured between the Support
Sleeve and the Grounding Ring. Fold any
excess shielding over the Grounding Ring.
8. Slide the Housing over the Grounding
Ring and the Support Sleeve and screw it
into the connector body. The recommended
torque is 10 ± 1 Nm (88.50 in lbs).
9. Slide the Cable Seal and Cable Grip onto
the Housing.
10. Tighten the Clamp Nut into the
Housing. The recommended torque is
10 ± 1 Nm (88.50 in lbs).
Universal Endbell Assembly
Wire Strip Length
Shell Size A B C
10 38,00 (1.500) 22,00 (.870) *
12 38,00 (1.500) 22,00 (.870) *
14 40,00 (1.600) 24,00 (.950) *
16 40,00 (1.600) 24,00 (.950) *
* Strip length will vary based on the contact selected, see page 64-65.
Wire Strip Length
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Shielded Endbell for Larger
Cable Sizes
This Endbell is an alternative to the
Universal Endbell for use with larger
diameter cables. The outer body is sealed
to the connector with an O-ring and the
rear cable clamp also incorporates sealing
rings for a complete sealed termination.
The cable braid is terminated between
metal cones. A rear cable clamp provides
mechanical strain relief in addition to the
clamping and holding of the rear cable
seal.
Assembly Instructions:
1. Assemble all parts onto the cable as
shown (Figure 1). Strip sheath of cable to
dimensions shown in table below.
Dimension Shell
Size A min.
10 22,30 (.877)
12 22,30 (.877)
14 26,20 (1.031)
16 28,10 (1.106)
2. Fold braid back over cable. Strip and
terminate wires with selected contacts
(Figure 2).
3. Assemble O-ring in groove of the shell
after positioning coupling nut (Figure 3).
Cable Sizes
Endbell Cable Outer Sheath Diameter
Shell Size Part Number Maximum Minimum
10 192993-0091 10,00 (.393) 5,00 (.196)
12 192993-0092 12,00 (.472) 6,00 (.236)
14 192993-0093 14,00 (.551) 7,00 (.279)
16 192993-0094 16,00 (.629) 8,00 (.314)
Wire Stripping Lengths
Contact Type Wire Size Wire Range mm2 Dimension B
Formed 24-16 AWG 0,08 - 1,50 3,95 ± 0,25 (.155 ± .009)
contact 14 AWG 1,50 - 2,50 5,60 ± 0,25 (.220 ± .009)
Machined 26-20 AWG 0,08 - 0,64 5,08 ± 0,25 (.200 ± .009)
contact 16 AWG 0,60 - 1,51 7,11 ± 0,25 (.279 ± .009)
Figure 3
Figure 1
Figure 2
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Cable Sizes
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4. Fold braid forward as shown and trim
to length (Figure 4).
5. Slide on clamp ring in position shown
(Figure 5).
6. Screw clamp body onto the connector
using a strap wrench (Figure 6). Tighten
to the recommended torque values in
table below.
Shell Clamp body
Size Torque max.
10 4 Nm
12 6 Nm
14 10 Nm
16 10 Nm
7. Push metal washers and rubber washer
into rear of clamp body. Then screw
compression nut to compress rubber
washer. Avoid overtightening as this may
twist the cable. Finally tighten screws
to provide the mechanical strain relief
(Figure 7).
8. Assembled connector (Figure 8).
Assembly Instructions
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IP rating Chart
Second digit of IP Number – Ingress of water
IP 0 IP 1 IP 2 IP 3 IP 4 IP 5 IP 6 IP 7 IP 8
Meaning for the
protection of
equipment against
ingress of solid
foreign objects
Meaning for the
protection of persons
against access to
hazardous parts with
non-
protected
Protected
against
vertically
falling
water
drops
Protected
against
vertically
falling water
drops when
device is tilt-
ed up to 15˚
Water sprayed
an angle up
to 60˚ on
either side of
the vertical
shall have no
harmful effects
Water splashed
from any
direction
shall have no
harmful effects
Water project-
ed in jets from
any direction
shall have no
harmful effects
Water project-
ed in powerful
jets from any
direction
shall have no
harmful effects
Protected
against
temporary
immersion
Protected
against
continuous
immersion
IP 0
non-protected non-protected
IP 00
IP 1
Protected against
solid foreign objects
larger in diameter
than 50 mm (1.97 in)
Protected against
access to hazardous
parts with the back
of the hand
IP 10 IP 11 IP 12
IP 2
Protected against
solid foreign objects
larger in diameter
than 12.5 mm (.49 in)
Protected against
access to hazardous
parts with a finger
IP 20 IP 21 IP 22 IP 23
IP 3
Protected against
solid foreign objects
larger in diameter
than 2.5 mm (.10 in.)
Protected against
access to hazardous
parts with a tool
larger in diameter
than 2.5 mm (.10 in.)
IP 30 IP 31 IP 32 IP 33 IP 34
IP 4
Protected against
solid foreign objects
larger in diameter
than 1.0 mm (.04 in.)
Protected against
access to hazardous
parts with a wire
larger in diameter
than 1.0 mm (.04 in.)
IP 40 IP 41 IP 42 IP 43 IP 44
IP 5
Ingress of dust is
not totally prevented,
but dust shall not
penetrate in a quantity
to interfere with
satisfactory operation
of the apparatus or
to impair safety
Protected against
access to hazardous
parts with a wire
larger in diameter
than 1.0 mm (.04 in.)
IP 54 IP 55
IP 6
No ingress of dust Protected against
access to hazardous
parts with a wire
larger in diameter
than 1.0 mm (.04 in.)
IP 66 IP 67 IP 68
Cannon Trident Connectors
Chart 1 International Protection (IP) ratings for IEC 529
First digit of IP Number
– Ingress of foreign objects
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Cannon Trident Connectors IP rating Chart
Chart 2 NEMA / IP Cross Reference
The chart above provides a cross-reference from NEMA to International Protection (IP) Ratings. This cross-reference is
an approximation based on the most current information available. It is not sanctioned by NEMA, IEC, or any other
regulatory body. This chart should be used only as a guideline.
IEC 529 NEMA Ratings
Protection Ratings 1 2 3 3R 4 4X 5 6 12 13
IP 00
IP 10
IP 11
IP 20
IP 21
IP 22
IP 23
IP 30
IP 31
IP 32
IP 33
IP 40
IP 41
IP 42
IP 43
IP 50
IP 51
IP 52
IP 53
IP 54
IP 55
IP 56
IP 60
IP 61
IP 62
IP 63
IP 64
IP 65
IP 66
IP 67
IP 68
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Cannon Trident Connectors Glossary of Terms
GLOSSARY OF TERMS
In every job speciality there are certain
words and phrases used by “insiders”
which after a time become almost a
language unique to that speciality.
Trident technology is a typical example of
that condition.
This page provides some explanations, in
an attempt to clarify some of the terms
that are commonly used by engineers and
sales staff at Cannon.
The list is not comprehensive, but high-
lights many of the expressions commonly
used. Should you have any comments or
additions please contact us. Feedback will
be appreciated.
ADAPTER – A device used to modify the
accessory threading on the rear of the
connector. Typical adapters are used to
attach conduit, heat shrink, overmolds,
or tubing to the connectors. They are
generally used in place of a cable clamp.
AWG – American Wire Gauge. A method of
specifying wire diameter. The higher the
number, the smaller the diameter (a size
16 AWG wire has a larger diameter than
a size 22 AWG).
BAYONET COUPLING – A quick coupling
mechanism for mechanically mating and
unmating connector halves. The plug
half has a coupling nut with internal
ramps and the receptacle has three
“bayonet” pins. The two halves are
mated and unmated by rotating the
coupling nut. The two haves are mated
and unmated by rotating the coupling nut.
BACKSHELL – See ENDBELL.
BODY - The main portion of the con-
nector made of the shell, insulator, and
contacts.
CABLE CLAMP – A rear connector clamping
accessory which tightens over a cable
or wire bundle to provide strain relief to
the cable. The cable clamp may be part
of a more elaborate endbell or it may be
used alone. Some cable clamps also pro-
vide cable jacket sealing using a resilient
gland, others provide only strain relief.
CABLE SEAL – An endbell or cable
clamp that is used to seal a round
jacketed cable as it enters the rear of
the connector.
CONTACT – The conductive element in
a connector which makes the actual con-
nection between the wire and the mating
connector for the purpose of transferring
electrical energy. Ideally the contact
should add nothing to the circuit. In the
real world, however, contacts typically
have a small CONTACT RESISTANCE and
associated potential drop. Contacts come
in many styles such as solder, crimp,
printed circuit (PC), to name just those
found in this catalog. Also see SOLDER
CONTACT, CRIMP CONTACT, STAMPED
AND FORMED CONTACT, PIN CONTACT,
and SOCKET CONTACT.
CONTACT ALIGNMENT – The overall play that
a contact has in the insulator cavity to
allow the mating contacts to self align.
Also called contact float.
CONTACT ARRANGEMENT – See LAYOUT.
CONTACT CAVITY – A defined hole in the
connector insulator into which the
contacts fit. The cavities are generally
marked with a unique designation or
number for ease of identification.
CONTACT RESISTANCE – The maximum
amount of resistance which a contact
introduces into the connection when
carrying a specified current (usually stated
in milliohms). When not stated, values
are typically given for “Initial” or new
contacts. Most specifications also limit
the maximum resistance during or after
each of a series of extreme tests, such as
“Contact Resistance After Corrosion Test”.
These figures are typically slightly higher
than “Initial”.
CONTACT RETENTION – The maximum allow-
able axial load which can be applied to
a contact from either direction without
it being dislodged from the insulator.
Usually stated in Newtons or pounds of
force (4.45 = 1 lbf).
CONTACT SEPARATION FORCE – The force
required to separate a pair of mated con-
tacts. Usually stated in grams or ounces.
CONTACT SIZE – The size of the
engaging pin and socket contacts in
AWG size or metric diameter of the pin.
CONTACT SPACING – The distance between
two centers of adjacent
contacts.
COUPLING NUT (Also known as LOCKING RING) -
The rotating ring on plug style connectors
which mechanically locks the two connec-
tor halves together.
CRIMP CONTACT – A contact which is termi-
nated to a wire by means of mechanical
deformation of the receiving area by
means of an appropriate tool.
CSA – Abbreviation for Canadian
Standards Association.
CURRENT RATING – The maximum
current that a particular wire, contact,
or connector can accommodate. NOTE:
When several wires are used in a single
connector or elevated temperature or
altitude is involved, derating curves must
be applied to these ratings.
DERATING CURVE – A graph of the change
in power handling capability of a connec-
tor as a function of ambient temperature
or altitude. Typically the graphed function
is curved, hence the name.
DISCRIMINATION – A method of
ensuring that two similar size connectors
cannot be mated. This may be achieved
by inclusion of discriminating pins, which
enter an empty contact cavity, or by other
mechanical means.
DISCRIMINATING PINS – See KEYING.
ENDBELL (also know as BACKSHELL) – The
outer rear end of the connector, which
is attached by means of internal threads
or screws. It adapts the connector to
its wire connections in a variety of ways.
Typical endbells might have cable clamps
to secure a wire bundle, ridges for heat
shrink tubing, pipe threads, or shield ter-
mination mechanisms.
EXTRACTION TOOL – A device used to
remove a contact from a connector
insulator. The extraction tool is inserted
into the mating face of the insulator and
the contact comes out the rear, or wire
side, of the connector.
FIRST-MAKE LAST-BREAK CONTACT – A con-
tact which is longer than a standard con-
tact or which sits in the insulator in such
a way that it mates with the
opposing connector half before any of
the other contacts. Used to ensure that
a ground connection between the
connector halves mates before any of the
other contacts.
FLANGED RECEPTACLE – The shell of
this connector has a square flange
with mounting holes at each corner.
Mounting holes are usually clearance
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holes, but may be threaded. Receptacle
flanges may be mounted in front or at
the rear of the panel.
FLASH PLATING. – As commonly used
in connector terminology, flash refers
to extremely thin platings of metal. A
flash plating is the minimum thickness
required to ensure complete surface
coverage. It is typically used on contacts
that will have only occasional mating and
unmating.
IEC – Abbreviation for the International
Electrotechnical Commission. An
international organization, which devel-
ops standards exclusively for electrical
engineering. CENELEC is the equivalent
organization at the European level.
INSULATOR – The insulating element into
which the contacts are mounted in
a connector.
IP67 - One classification from a rating sys-
tem used in Europe covering the
environmental sealing capability of an
enclosure. The system uses two digits, the
first digit relates to the degrees of pro-
tection the connector has from dirt and
dust under the conditions defined in the
specification. The second digit relates to
the degrees of protection it has against
moisture. The degree of
protection against dirt ranges from 1 (no
protection), to 6 (dust tight). Moisture
sealing in the specification ranges from 1
(no protection), to 8 (protected against
continuous submersion). The classifi-
cation IP67 states that the connector
is “dust-tight” (6), allowing no ingress
of dust what-so-ever, and “protected
against the effects of immersion” (7),
the ingress of water in harmful quantity
shall not be possible when the connector
is immersed in water under defined
conditions of pressure and time.
JAM NUT RECEPTACLE – A receptacle con-
nector that is mounted from the rear side
of the panel and is held in place by a
large hex nut (jam nut).
KEYING – A method of differentiating a
connector if more than one connector
with the same sex and layout is to be
used in a system. The key is a pin which
can be located in a contact cavity or slot.
The key will prevent a connector without
a matching orifice from mating.
LAYOUT – The number, size, and geometric
arrangement of the contacts in a connec-
tor. When a connector is said to have
a certain “layout” it refers to a specific
contact configuration. For example, the
Snap Together Connector series has a
page of drawings showing the arrange-
ment of the contacts in the insulator.
Each of these arrangements can be
referred to as a layout.
LOCKING RING – See COUPLING NUT.
PIN CONTACT – The contact that has a
long shaft at the engagement end which
enters the socket contact.
PLUG – The male portion of the connector
pair usually employing a coupling nut to
secure it to the receptacle half. A Plug
may have either pin or socket contacts.
POLARIZATION – Polarization ensures that
connector halves engage in such a way
that the identified contact cavities always
engage each other, A to A etc. The con-
nector is polarized.
POLARIZING PIN – See KEYING.
REAR MOUNTING – A receptacle that mounts
through the panel from the rear, with its
mounting flange inside the equipment.
Typically, rear mount
receptacles are slightly longer than front
mount types to allow for the thickness of
the panel. Flange mount receptacles
usually come in front and rear mount ver-
sions. All Jam nut receptacles are
rear mount.
RECEPTACLE – The connector which
mates with the plug. The receptacle has
threads, pins or ramps that engage the
coupling nut on the plug, locking the two
halves together. A receptacle may have
either pin or socket contacts.
SHELL – The outside case of a connector
into which the insulator and contacts are
situated.
SHELL SIZE – A standard system
developed for military circular connectors
for indicating the diameter of the shell.
The system is based upon 1/16”
increments, that is, a size 16 shell is
one inch in diameter.
SOCKET CONTACT – The contact that has
an opening at the engagement end to
accept the pin contact.
SOLDER CONTACT – A contact that is termi-
nated to the wire or printed circuit with
solder. The alternative is crimp
contacts to which a wire is attached
by crimping.
SOLDER CUP – The end of a SOLDER
CONTACT designed to accept a wire,
which will then be soldered to the
contact.
STAMPED AND FORMED CONTACT – Contacts
made by stamping and forming a sheet
of metal rather than by
machining metal stock.
UL – Abbreviation for Underwriter’s
Laboratories, a corporation supported by
a group of underwriters for the
purpose of establishing safety standards
covering certain types of equipment and
components in the United States.
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Cannon Trident Connectors Part Number Index
031-8717-020 ......................71
031-8717-021 ......................71
031-8717-022 ......................71
031-8717-120 ......................71
031-8717-121 ......................71
031-8717-122 ......................71
075-8543-011 ......................34
075-8543-012 ......................34
075-8543-013 ..................... 34
075-8543-014 ......................34
075-8543-015 ......................34
075-8543-016 ..................... 34
075-8543-017 ......................34
075-8543-018 ..................... 34
120090-0118 ...................... 75
121086-3278 .......................74
121586-5067 .......................75
121586-5068 .......................75
121586-5069 .......................75
121586-5070 .......................75
121586-5217 .......................75
121586-5236 .......................74
121586-5237 .......................74
121586-5238 .......................74
121586-5239 .......................75
121586-5240 .......................75
121586-5241 .......................74
121587-0010 .......................16
121587-0011 .......................16
121587-0012 .......................16
121587-0013 .......................16
121587-0014 .......................16
121587-0015 .......................16
121587-0016 .......................16
121587-0020 .......................16
121587-0021 .......................16
121587-0022 .......................16
121587-0023 .......................16
121587-0024 .......................16
121587-0025 .......................16
121587-0026 .......................16
121587-0030 .......................17
121587-0031 .......................17
121587-0032 .......................17
121587-0033 .......................17
121587-0034 .......................17
121587-0035 .......................17
121587-0036 .......................17
121587-0040 .......................17
121587-0041 .......................17
121587-0042 .......................17
121587-0043 .......................17
121587-0044 .......................17
121587-0045 .......................17
121587-0046 .......................17
121668-0000 .......................71
121668-0001 .......................71
121668-0002 .......................71
121668-0100 .......................71
121668-0101 .......................71
121668-0102 .......................71
192900-0000 .......................67
192900-0001 .......................67
192900-0002 .......................67
192900-0003 ...................... 67
192900-0004 .......................67
192900-0005 .......................67
192900-0006 .......................67
192900-0007 .......................67
192900-0012 .......................39
192900-0013 .......................39
192900-0014 .......................39
192900-0015 .......................39
192900-0016 .......................39
192900-0017 .......................39
192900-0024 .......................41
192900-0026 .......................42
192900-0028 .......................42
192900-0029 .......................41
192900-0030 .......................41
192900-0032 .......................42
192900-0033 .......................41
192900-0035 .......................42
192900-0036 .......................41
192900-0038 .......................42
192900-0039 .......................41
192900-0051 .......................40
192900-0052 .......................44
192900-0053 .......................43
192900-0054 .......................43
192900-0055 .......................43
192900-0056 .......................43
192900-0057 .......................43
192900-0064 .......................45
192900-0066 .......................46
192900-0068 .......................46
192900-0069 .......................45
192900-0071 .......................46
192900-0072 .......................45
192900-0074 .......................49
192900-0075 .......................45
192900-0077 .......................46
192900-0078 .......................45
192900-0092 .......................39
192900-0093 .......................39
192900-0094 .......................39
192900-0096 .......................41
192900-0098 .......................42
192900-0099 .......................41
192900-0101 .......................42
192900-0102 .......................41
192900-0104 .......................42
192900-0105 .......................41
192900-0106 .......................43
192900-0107 .......................43
192900-0108 .......................43
192900-0109 .......................43
192900-0110 .......................45
192900-0113 .......................45
192900-0115 .......................46
192900-0116 .......................45
192900-0118 .......................46
192900-0119 .......................45
192900-0120 .......................67
192900-0121 .......................67
192900-0122 .......................67
192900-0123 .......................67
192900-0124 .......................67
192900-0125 .......................67
192900-0126 .......................67
192900-0127 .......................67
192900-0176 .......................74
192900-0184 .......................49
192900-0185 .......................49
192900-0187 .......................49
192900-0189 .................50, 73
192900-0226 .......................49
192900-0236 .......................43
192900-0242 .......................43
192900-0241 .......................43
192900-0256 .......................45
192900-0261 .......................45
192900-0262 .......................45
192900-0266 .......................46
192900-0271 .......................46
192900-0286 .................48, 60
192900-0303 .......................39
192900-0308 .......................41
192900-0313 .......................42
192900-0318 ...................... 39
192900-0319 ...................... 39
192900-0323 ...................... 41
192900-0324 ...................... 41
192900-0328 .......................42
192900-0329 ...................... 42
192900-0343 .................48, 60
192900-0344 .......................48
192900-0353 .......................46
192900-0356 .......................70
192900-0370 ...................... 46
192900-0378 .......................51
192900-0379 .......................51
192900-0383 .......................51
192900-0388 .......................51
192900-0392 .......................41
192900-0395 .......................46
192900-0396 .......................46
192900-0402 .......................51
192900-0403 .......................67
192900-0404 .......................67
192900-0405 .......................67
192900-0406 .......................67
192900-0407 .......................67
192900-0408 .......................67
192900-0409 .......................67
192900-0410 .......................67
192900-0411 .......................12
192900-0412 .......................12
192900-0413 .......................12
192900-0414 .......................12
192900-0415 .......................12
192900-0416 .......................12
192900-0417 .......................12
192900-0418 .......................13
192900-0419 .......................13
192900-0420 .......................13
192900-0421 .......................13
192900-0422 .......................13
192900-0423 .......................13
192900-0424 .......................13
192900-0425 .......................43
192900-0428 .......................43
192900-0429 .......................43
192900-0431 .......................45
192900-0434 .......................45
192900-0435 .......................45
192900-0437 .......................46
192900-0438 .......................46
192900-0440 .......................46
192900-0441 .......................46
192900-0445 .......................67
192900-0446 .......................67
192900-0447 .......................67
192900-0448 .......................67
192900-0449 .......................67
192900-0450 .......................67
192900-0451 .......................67
192900-0452 .......................67
192900-0457 .......................51
192900-0458 .......................51
192900-0465 .......................70
192900-0469 .......................39
192900-0473 .......................39
192900-0472 .......................39
192900-0475 .......................41
192900-0478 .......................41
192900-0479 .......................41
192900-0481 .......................42
192900-0484 .......................42
192900-0485 .................39, 42
192900-0487 .......................50
192900-0488 .......................50
192900-0489 .......................50
192900-0490 .......................42
192900-0493 .......................42
192900-0494 .......................42
192900-0496 .................48, 60
192900-0497 .................48, 60
192900-0498 .......................48
192900-0507 .......................39
192900-0508 .......................42
192900-0509 .......................41
192900-0510 .......................39
192900-0511 .......................42
192900-0512 .......................41
192900-0537 .......................40
192900-0538 .......................40
192900-0539 .......................40
192900-0540 .......................44
192900-0541 .......................44
192900-0542 .......................44
192900-0547 .......................44
192900-0548 .......................44
192900-0549 .......................40
192900-0550 .......................44
192900-0557 .......................40
192900-0558 .......................44
192900-0560 .......................44
192900-0561 .......................40
192900-0562 .......................44
192900-0564 .......................44
192900-0565 .......................51
192900-0566 .......................51
192900-0567 .......................51
192900-0581 .......................43
192900-0582 .......................45
192900-0583 .......................46
192900-0586 .......................46
192900-0632 .......................70
192900-0633 .......................70
192900-0634 .......................70
192900-0635 .......................70
192900-0636 .......................60
192900-0637 .......................60
192900-0639 .......................60
192900-0640 .......................60
192900-0654 .......................49
192900-0664 .......................44
192900-0666 .......................34
192900-0667 .......................34
192900-0668 .......................34
192900-0669 .......................34
192900-0670 .......................34
192900-0671 .......................34
192900-0672 .......................34
192900-0673 .......................34
192900-0676 .......................34
192900-0677 .......................34
192900-0678 .......................34
192900-0679 .......................34
192900-0680 .......................34
192900-0681 .......................34
192900-0682 .......................34
192900-0683 .......................34
192900-0691 .......................40
192900-0692 .......................40
192900-0718 .......................51
192922-1190 .......................30
192922-1200 .......................30
192922-1210 .......................30
192922-1220 .......................30
192922-1230 .......................30
192922-1240 .......................30
192922-1250 .......................29
192922-1260 .......................29
192922-1270 .......................29
192922-1280 .......................29
192922-1290 .......................29
192922-1300 .......................29
192922-1310 .......................35
192922-1320 .......................35
192922-1330 .......................35
192922-1340 .......................35
192922-1350 .......................35
192922-1360 .......................35
192922-1450 .......................74
192922-1460 .......................67
192922-1470 .......................67
192923-5920 .......................10
192923-5930 .......................10
192923-5940 .......................10
192923-5950 .......................10
192923-5960 .......................10
192923-5970 .......................10
192923-5980 .......................10
192923-5990 .......................10
192923-6000 .......................10
192923-6010 .......................11
192923-6020 .......................11
192923-6030 .......................11
192923-6040 .......................11
192923-6050 .......................11
192926-0440 .......................32
192926-0450 .......................32
192926-0460 .......................32
192926-0470 .......................32
192926-0480 .......................32
192926-0490 .......................32
192926-0500 .......................31
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192926-0550 .......................31
192943-4580 .......................73
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192945-4390 .......................72
192945-4530 .................72, 73
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192990-0000 .................50, 73
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192990-0380 .......................11
192990-0400 .......................11
192990-0420 .......................11
192990-0430 .......................11
192990-0440 .......................11
192990-0450 .......................11
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192990-0960 .......................19
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192990-1000 .......................19
192990-1220 .......................67
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192990-1240 .......................67
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192990-1290 .......................30
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192990-1320 .......................29
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192990-1340 .......................29
192990-1350 .......................32
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192990-1530 .......................35
192990-1540 .......................35
192990-1550 .......................35
192990-1560 .......................35
192990-1570 .......................35
192990-1580 .......................35
192990-1590 .......................35
192990-1600 .......................35
192990-1660 .......................30
192990-1670 .......................30
192990-1680 .......................30
192990-1690 .......................30
192990-1700 .......................30
192990-1710 .......................30
192990-1720 .......................30
192990-1730 .......................30
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192990-1740 .......................30
192990-1760 .......................32
192990-1770 .......................32
192990-1780 .......................32
192990-1790 .......................32
192990-1800 .......................32
192990-1810 .......................32
192990-1820 .......................32
192990-1830 .......................32
192990-1840 .......................32
192990-2480 .......................67
192990-2490 .......................67
192990-2500 .......................67
192990-2510 .......................67
192990-2520 .......................67
192990-2530 .......................67
192990-2540 .......................67
192990-2550 .......................67
192990-2620 .......................67
192990-2630 .......................67
192990-2640 .......................67
192990-2650 .......................67
192990-2660 .......................67
192990-2670 .......................67
192990-2680 .......................67
192990-2690 .......................67
192990-3230 .......................12
192990-3240 .......................12
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192990-3260 .......................12
192990-3270 .......................12
192990-3280 .......................12
192990-3290 .......................12
192990-3300 .......................13
192990-3310 .......................13
192990-3320 .......................13
192990-3330 .......................13
192990-3340 .......................13
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192990-7650 .......................73
192990-9240 .......................43
192990-9250 .......................45
192990-9380 .......................39
192990-9390 .......................41
192990-9420 .......................41
192990-9430 .......................39
192990-9440 .......................45
192990-9450 .......................43
192990-9460 .......................42
192990-9470 .......................46
192990-9970 .......................43
192990-9980 .......................45
192991-0013 .......................49
192991-0015 .......................49
192991-0018 .......................50
192991-0042 .......................69
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192991-0046 .......................69
192991-0047 .......................69
192991-0048 .......................69
192991-0049 .......................69
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192991-0056 .......................69
192991-0058 .......................69
192991-0059 .......................69
192991-0066 .......................70
192991-0084 .......................69
192991-0085 .......................69
192991-0086 .......................69
192991-0088 .......................69
192991-0089 .......................69
192991-0090 .......................69
192991-0092 .......................69
192991-0093 .......................69
192991-0094 .......................69
192991-0096 .......................69
192991-0097 .......................69
192991-0098 .......................69
192991-0100 .......................69
192991-0101 .......................69
192991-0102 .......................69
192991-0119 .......................70
192991-0122 .......................70
192991-0160 .......................69
192991-0164 .......................69
192991-0207 .......................69
192991-0208 .......................69
192991-0213 .......................13
192991-0214 .......................13
192991-0221 .......................13
192991-0222 .......................13
192991-0229 .......................13
192991-0230 .......................13
192991-0237 .......................13
192991-0238 .......................13
192991-0245 .......................13
192991-0246 .......................13
192991-0253 .......................13
192991-0254 .......................13
192991-0261 .......................13
192991-0262 .......................13
192991-0270 .......................12
192991-0271 .......................12
192991-0278 .......................12
192991-0279 .......................12
192991-0286 .......................12
192991-0287 .......................12
192991-0294 .......................12
192991-0295 .......................12
192991-0302 .......................12
192991-0303 .......................12
192991-0310 .......................12
192991-0311 .......................12
192991-0316 .......................20
192991-0317 .......................21
192991-0318 .......................20
192991-0319 .......................21
192991-0320 .......................20
192991-0321 .......................21
192991-0322 .......................20
192991-0323 .......................21
192991-0324 .......................20
192991-0325 .......................21
192991-0337 .......................20
192991-0342 .......................20
192991-0347 .......................20
192991-0354 .......................20
192991-0402 .......................12
192991-0403 .......................12
192991-0524 .......................70
192991-0532 .......................21
192991-0533 .......................21
192991-0534 .......................21
192991-0535 .......................21
192991-0536 .......................20
192991-0538 .......................21
192991-0617 .......................70
192991-0618 .......................70
192991-0628 .......................39
192991-0640 .......................41
192991-0644 .......................42
192991-0648 .......................43
192991-0652 .......................45
192991-0656 .......................46
192991-0660 .......................40
192991-0664 .......................39
192991-0668 .......................11
192991-0673 .......................51
192993-0001 .......................54
192993-0002 .......................54
192993-0003 .......................54
192993-0004 .......................54
192993-0011 .......................54
192993-0012 .......................54
192993-0013 .......................54
192993-0014 .......................54
192993-0021 .......................54
192993-0022 .......................54
192993-0023 .......................54
192993-0024 .......................54
192993-0031 .......................54
192993-0032 .......................54
192993-0033 .......................54
192993-0034 .......................54
192993-0041 .......................55
192993-0042 .......................55
192993-0043 .......................55
192993-0044 .......................55
192993-0051 .......................55
192993-0052 .......................55
192993-0053 .......................55
192993-0054 .......................55
192993-0061 .......................55
192993-0062 .......................55
192993-0063 .......................55
192993-0064 .......................55
192993-0071 .......................55
192993-0072 .......................55
192993-0073 .......................55
192993-0074 .......................55
192993-0081 .......................59
192993-0082 .......................59
192993-0083 .......................59
192993-0084 .......................59
192993-0087 .......................62
192993-0091 .................58, 82
192993-0092 .................58, 82
192993-0093 .................58, 82
192993-0094 .................58, 82
192993-0105 .......................56
192993-0106 .......................56
192993-0109 .......................56
192993-0261 .......................57
192993-0631 .......................58
192993-0632 .......................58
192993-0633 .......................58
192993-0634 .......................58
192993-0695 .......................54
192993-0696 .......................55
192993-0697 .......................55
192993-0698 .......................54
192993-0699 .......................56
192993-0700 .......................56
192993-0702 .......................62
192993-0704 .......................62
192993-0706 .......................62
192993-0708 .......................62
192993-2013 .......................57
193800-0023 .......................52
193800-0024 .......................52
193800-0029 .......................52
193800-0031 .......................52
193877-5630 .......................52
193877-5640 .......................52
274-7613-000 ......................74
317-8675-133 ......................75
995-0001-584 ......................74
995-0001-585 ......................74
DM130338 ...........................71
DM130339 ...........................71
DM130341 ...........................71
DM130342 ...........................71
TC1FCLY................................66
TC1MCLY .............................. 66
TC2FCLY................................66
TC2MCLY .............................. 66
TFR02AH10 ..........................16
TFR02PA10 ...........................16
TFR02PH10 ..........................17
TFR02RA10 ...........................17
TFR03AH10 ..........................16
TFR03PA10 ...........................16
TFR03PH10 ...........................17
TFR03RA10 ...........................17
TFR04AH10 ..........................16
TFR04PA10 ...........................16
TFR04PH10 ...........................17
TFR04RA10 ...........................17
TFR06AH10 ..........................16
TFR06PA10 ...........................16
TFR06PH10 ...........................17
TFR06RA10 ...........................17
TFR12AH10 ..........................16
TFR12PA10 ...........................16
TFR12PH10 ...........................17
TFR12RA10 ...........................17
TFR24AH10 ..........................16
TFR24PA10 ...........................16
TFR24PH10 ...........................17
TFR24RA10 ...........................17
TFR36AH10 ..........................16
TFR36PA10 ...........................16
TFR36PH10 ...........................17
TFR36RA10 ...........................17
THV6U14-0400P1L-02 ..........62
THV0U14-0400S1L-02 ..........62
THV6U14-0400S1L-02 ..........62
THV0U14-0400P1L-02 ..........62
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TN0G14-0012P1L .................45
TN0G14-0012S1B ................. 41
TN0G14-0012S1L .................41
TN0G14-0012P1B ................. 45
TN0G14-0012P1L .................45
TN0G16-0019S1B ................. 41
TN0G16-0019S1L .................41
TN0G24-0048P1B ................. 45
TN0G24-0048P1L .................45
TN0G24-0048S1B ................. 41
TN0G24-0048S1L .................41
TN0G24-0420P1B ................. 45
TN0G24-0420P1L .................45
TN0G24-0420S1B ................. 41
TN0G24-0420S1L .................41
TN0G24-0428P1B ................. 45
TN0G24-0428P1L .................45
TN0G24-0428S1B ................. 41
TN0G24-0428S1L .................41
TN0G24-1219P1B ................. 45
TN0G24-1219P1L .................45
TN0G24-1219S1B ................. 41
TN0G24-1219S1L .................41
TN0L24-0048P1B .................. 45
TN0L24-0048P1L ..................45
TN0L24-0048S1B .................. 41
TN0L24-0048S1L ..................41
TN0S14-0012P1B ..................45
TN0S14-0012P1L ..................45
TN0S14-0012S1B ..................41
TN0S14-0012S1L .................. 41
TN0S16-0019P1B ..................45
TN0S16-0019P1L ..................45
TN0S16-0019S1B ..................41
TN0S16-0019S1L .................. 41
TN0S16-0019P1B ..................45
TN0S16-0213P1L ..................45
TN0S16-0213S1B ..................41
TN0S16-0213S1L .................. 41
TN0S24-0048P1B ..................45
TN0S24-0048P1L ..................45
TN0S24-0048S1B ..................41
TN0S24-0048S1L .................. 41
TN0S24-0048P1B ..................45
TN0S24-0420P1L ..................45
TN0S24-0420S2B ..................41
TN0S24-0420S1L .................. 41
TN0S24-0428P1B ..................45
TN0S24-0428P1L ..................45
TN0S24-0428S1B ..................41
TN0S24-0428S1L .................. 41
TN0S24-1219P1B ..................45
TN0S24-1219P1L ..................45
TN0S24-1219S1B ..................41
TN0S24-1219S1L .................. 41
TN6G14-0012P1B ................. 39
TN6G14-0012P1L .................39
TN6G14-0012S1B ................. 43
TN6G14-0012S1L .................43
TN6G16-0019S1B ................. 43
TN6G16-0019S1L .................43
TN6G16-0019P1B ................. 39
TN6G16-0019P1L .................39
TN6G24-0048S1B ................. 43
TN6G24-0048S1L .................43
TN6G24-0048P1B ................. 39
TN6G24-0048P1L .................39
TN6G24-0420P1B ................. 39
TN6G24-0420P1L .................39
TN6G24-0420S1B ................. 43
TN6G24-0420S1L .................43
TN6G24-0428P1B ................. 39
TN6G24-0428P1L .................39
TN6G24-0428S1B ................. 43
TN6G24-0428S1L .................43
TN6G24-1219P1B ................. 39
TN6G24-1219P1L .................39
TN6G24-1219S1B ................. 43
TN6G24-1219S1L .................43
TN6L24-0048P1L ..................39
TN6L24-0048P1B .................. 39
TN6L24-0048P2B .................. 40
TN6L24-0048P2L ..................40
TN6L24-0048S1B .................. 43
TN6L24-0048S1L ..................43
TN6L24-0048S2B .................. 44
TN6L24-0048S2L ..................44
TN6S14-0012P1B ..................39
TN6S14-0012P1L ..................39
TN6S14-0012S1B ..................43
TN6S14-0012S1L .................. 43
TN6S16-0019P1B ..................39
TN6S16-0019P1L ..................39
TN6S16-0019P2B ..................40
TN6S16-0019P2L ..................40
TN6S16-0019S1B ..................43
TN6S16-0019S1L .................. 43
TN6S16-0019S2B ..................44
TN6S16-0019S2L .................. 44
TN6S16-0213P1B ..................39
TN6S16-0213P1L ..................39
TN6S16-0213P2B ..................40
TN6S16-0213P2L ..................40
TN6S16-0213S1B ..................43
TN6S16-0213S1L .................. 43
TN6S16-0213S2B ..................44
TN6S16-0213S2L .................. 44
TN6S24-0048P1B ..................39
TN6S24-0048P1L ..................39
TN6S24-0048P2B ..................40
TN6S24-0048P2L ..................40
TN6S24-0048S1B ..................43
TN6S24-0048S1L .................. 43
TN6S24-0048S2B ..................44
TN6S24-0048S2L .................. 44
TN6S24-0420P1B ..................39
TN6S24-0420P1L ..................39
TN6S24-0420P2B ..................40
TN6S24-0420P2L ..................40
TN6S24-0420S1B ..................43
TN6S24-0420S1L .................. 43
TN6S24-0420S2B ..................44
TN6S24-0420S2L .................. 44
TN6S24-0428P1L ..................39
TN6S24-0428P2B ..................40
TN6S24-0428P2L ..................40
TN6S24-0428S1B ..................43
TN6S24-0428S1L .................. 43
TN6S24-0428S2B ..................44
TN6S24-0428S2L .................. 44
TN6S24-1219P1B ..................39
TN6S24-1219P1L ..................39
TN6S24-1219P2B ..................40
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TN6S24-1219P2L ...................40
TN6S24-1219S1B ...................43
TN6S24-1219S1L ...................43
TN6S24-1219S2B ...................44
TN6S24-1219S2L ...................44
TN6S24-0420P2L ...................36
TN6S24-0428P2L ...................36
TN6U16-0213P1B ..................39
TN6U16-0213P2B ..................40
TN6U16-0213P1L ..................39
TN6U16-0213P2L ..................40
TN6U16-0213S1B ..................43
TN6U16-0213S1L ..................43
TN6U16-0213S2B ..................44
TN6U16-0213S2L ..................44
TN6U24-0420P1B ..................39
TN6U24-0420P2B ..................40
TN6U24-0420P1L ..................39
TN6U24-0420P2L ..................40
TN6U24-0420S1B ..................43
TN6U24-0420S1L ..................41
TN6U24-0420S2B ..................44
TN6U24-0420S2L ..................44
TN6U24-0428P1B ..................39
TN6U24-0428P2B ..................40
TN6U24-0428P1L ..................39
TN6U24-0428P2L ..................40
TN6U24-0428S1B ..................43
TN6U24-0428S1L ..................43
TN6U24-0428S2B ..................44
TN6U24-0428S2L ..................44
TN6U24-1219P1B ..................39
TN6U24-1219P2B ..................40
TN6U24-1219P1L ..................39
TN6U24-1219P2L ..................40
TN6U24-1219S1B ..................43
TN6U24-1219S1L ..................43
TN6U24-1219S2B ..................44
TN6U24-1219S2L ..................44
TN7G14-0012P1B01 ..............46
TN7G14-0012P1L ..................46
TN7G14-0012S1B01 ..............42
TN7G14-0012S1L ..................42
TN7G16-0019P1B01 ..............46
TN7G16-0019P1L ..................46
TN7G16-0019S1B01 ..............42
TN7G16-0019S1L ..................42
TN7G24-0048P1B01 ..............46
TN7G24-0048P1L ..................46
TN7G24-0048S1B01 ..............42
TN7G24-0048S1L ..................42
TN7G24-0420P1B01 ..............46
TN7G24-0420P1L ..................46
TN7G24-0420S1B01 ..............42
TN7G24-0420S1L ..................42
TN7G24-0428P1B01 ..............46
TN7G24-0428P1L ..................46
TN7G24-0428S1B01 ..............42
TN7G24-0428S1L ..................42
TN7G24-1219S1B01 ..............42
TN7G24-1219P1B01 ..............46
TN7G24-1219P1L ..................46
TN7G24-1219S1L ..................42
TN7L24-0048P1B01 ...............46
TN7L240048P1L ....................46
TN7L24-0048S1B01 ...............42
TN7L24-0048S1L ...................42
TN7L24-0048P1L ...................42
TN7U16-0213P1B01 ..............46
TN7U16-0213P1L ..................46
TN7U24-0420P1B01 ..............46
TN7U24-0420P1L ..................46
TN7S14-0012P1B01 ...............46
TN7S14-0012P1L ...................46
TN7S14-0012S1B01 ...............42
TN7S14-0012S1L ...................42
TN7S16-0019P1B01 ...............46
TN7S16-0019P1L ...................46
TN7S16-0019S1B01 ...............42
TN7S16-0019S1L ...................42
TN7S16-0213P1B01 ...............46
TN7S16-0213P1L ..................46
TN7S16-0213S1B01 ...............42
TN7S16-0213S1L ...................42
TN7S16-0213P1B01 ...............46
TN7S24-0048P1L ...................46
TN7S24-0048S1B01 ...............42
TN7S24-0048S1L ...................42
TN7S24-0420P1B01 ...............46
TN7S24-0420P1L ...................46
TN7S24-0420S1B01 ...............42
TN7S24-0420S1L ...................42
TN7S24-0428P1B01 ...............46
TN7S24-0428P1L ...................46
TN7S24-0428S1B01 ...............42
TN7S24-0428S1L ...................42
TN7S24-1219P1B01 ...............46
TN7S24-1219P1L ...................46
TN7S24-1219S1B01 ...............42
TN7S24-1219S1L ...................4