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Product data sheet
09 22 232 6824
DIN-Signal 2B032FS-2,9C1-2
DIN-Signal 2B032FS-2,9C1-2
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Part number 09 22 232 6824
Specification DIN-Signal 2B032FS-2,9C1-2
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Identification
Category Connectors
Series DIN 41612
Identification Type 2B
Element Female connector
Description of the contact Straight
Features lead-free
Version
Termination method Wave soldering termination
Connection type Motherboard to daughtercard
Mezzanine
Number of contacts 32
Contact configuration Rows a and b, positions 1, 2, ... , 15, 16
Termination length 2.9mm
Coding Coding with loss of contacts
PCB fixing With fixing flange
Technical characteristics
Contact rows 2
Contact spacing (termination side) 2.54mm
Contact spacing (mating side) 2.54mm
Rated current 2A
Rated current Rated current measured at 20 °C, see derating curve for details
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the user documentation for the complete and up-to-date information and data. Please also note that the user is responsible for validating functionality,
conformity with applicable laws and directives, as well as for the electrical safety in the particular application.
HARTING Electronics GmbH | Marienwerderstraße 3 | 32339 Espelkamp | Germany
Phone +49 5772 47-97200 | electronics@HARTING.com | www.HARTING.com
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Product data sheet
09 22 232 6824
DIN-Signal 2B032FS-2,9C1-2
Technical characteristics
Clearance distance ≥1.2mm
Creepage distance ≥1mm
Insulation resistance >1012 Ω
Contact resistance ≤20mΩ
Limiting temperature -55...+125°C
Insertion and withdrawal force ≤30N
Performance level 2
acc. to IEC 60603-2
Mating cycles ≥400
Test voltage Ur.m.s. 1 kV
Isolation group IIIa(175 ≤ CTI < 400)
Hot plugging No
Material properties
Material (insert) Thermoplastic resin, glass-fibre filled
Colour (insert) RAL 7032 (pebble grey)
Material (contacts) Copper alloy
Surface (contacts) Noble metal over NiMating side
Sn over NiTermination side
Material flammability class acc. to UL94 V-0
RoHS compliant
ELV status compliant
China RoHS e
REACH Annex XVII substances No
REACH ANNEX XIV substances No
REACH SVHC substances No
California Proposition 65 substances Yes
California Proposition 65 substances Nickel
Antimony trioxide
Specifications and approvals
Specifications IEC 60603-2(complementary)
UL / CSA UL 1977 ECBT2.E102079
CSA-C22.2 No. 182.3 ECBT8.E102079
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the user documentation for the complete and up-to-date information and data. Please also note that the user is responsible for validating functionality,
conformity with applicable laws and directives, as well as for the electrical safety in the particular application.
HARTING Electronics GmbH | Marienwerderstraße 3 | 32339 Espelkamp | Germany
Phone +49 5772 47-97200 | electronics@HARTING.com | www.HARTING.com
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Product data sheet
09 22 232 6824
DIN-Signal 2B032FS-2,9C1-2
Specifications and approvals
Railway classification F4/I3acc. to NFF 16-101/102
Commercial data
Packaging size 20
Net weight 6.365g
Country of origin Germany
European customs tariff number 85366990
eCl@ss 27460201 PCB connector (board connector)
Current carrying capacity
The current carrying capacity of the connectors is
limited by the thermal load capability of the contact
element material including the connections and the
insulating parts. The derating curve is therefore
valid for currents which flow constantly (non-
intermittent) through each contact element of the
connector evenly, without exceeding the allowed
maximum temperature.
Measuring and testing techniques acc. toIEC
60512-5-2
Operating current (A)
Ambient temperature (°C)
Cross section of solder termination
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the user documentation for the complete and up-to-date information and data. Please also note that the user is responsible for validating functionality,
conformity with applicable laws and directives, as well as for the electrical safety in the particular application.
HARTING Electronics GmbH | Marienwerderstraße 3 | 32339 Espelkamp | Germany
Phone +49 5772 47-97200 | electronics@HARTING.com | www.HARTING.com
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Product data sheet
09 22 232 6824
DIN-Signal 2B032FS-2,9C1-2
Soldering instructions
The connectors should be protected when being soldered. Otherwise, they might become contaminated as a result of
soldering operations or deformed as a result of overheating.
1) For prototypes and short runs protect the connectors with an industrial adhesive tape, e.g. Tesaband 4331
(www.tesa.de). Cover the underside of the connector moulding and the adjacent parts of the pcb as well as the open
sides of the connector. This will prevent heat and gases of the soldering apparatus from damaging the connector.
About 140 + 5 mm of the tape should suffice.
2) For large series a jig is recommended. Its protective cover with a fast action mechanical locking devie shields the
connectors from gas and heat generated by the soldering apparatus. As an additional protection a foil can be used for
covering the parts that should not be soldered.
Mating conditions
To ensure reliable connections and prevent unnecessary damage, please refer to the application data diagrams.
These recommendations are set out in IEC 60603-2.
The connectors should not be coupled and decoupled under electrical load.
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user documentation for the complete and up-to-date information and data. Please also note that the user is responsible for validating functionality,
conformity with applicable laws and directives, as well as for the electrical safety in the particular application.
HARTING Electronics GmbH | Marienwerderstraße 3 | 32339 Espelkamp | Germany
Phone +49 5772 47-97200 | electronics@HARTING.com | www.HARTING.com