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CF2

For Automotive Application with 125°C heat resistance, Connectors for board-to-FPC

Features

  • Available for multiple pins.

  • Suitable for automotive applications that require vibration and heat resistance (125°C) characteristics.

  • FPCs and boards can be directly connected without relay wiring harnesses.

  • Contact reliability is preserved by double-sided contact structure.

Applications

  • Connection of board and FPC in DRL/rear lamp.

  • Connection of board and FPC in BMS.

  

Characteristics

Item Specifications Conditions
Electrical
characteristics
Rated current 1.0 A/pin contact Maximum current can be applied to one contact. (Except for the capacity of FPC.)
Rated voltage 50 V DC  
Dielectric strength 800 V AC for 1 min Detection current: 1 mA (No short or damage)
Insulation resistance Min. 100 MΩ Using 500 V DC megger (1 min)
Contact resistance Max. 20 mΩ (Initial)
Max. 40 mΩ (after test)
Except FPC conductor resistance.
Measured at 10 mA DC
Mechanical
characteristics
Composite insertion
force
Max. 54.0 N (Initial stage. No difference by number of pins.)  
Composite removal
force
Max. 36.0 N (Initial) Measured by removal of housing lock.
Housing lock force Min. 120.0 N (Initial)  
Environmental
characteristics
Temperature and humidity of ambient storage and transportation -40 to +125°C
(Including temperature rise when applying current)
(Storage and transportation temperature is -40 to +50°C
in a packing state.) *1
No icing or condensation
Soldering heat resistance The initial specification must be satisfied electrically and mechanically Max. peak temperature of 260°C
Reflow soldering: Max. 2 times
(Temperature at connector terminal portion)
Thermal shock resistance
(Receptacle and plug mated)
After 500 cycles
Contact resistance: Max. 40 mΩ
CF2 Order・Temperature (°C)・minutes
*Vapor phase
Humidity resistance
(Receptacle and plug mated)
After 96 hours
Contact resistance: Max. 40 mΩ
Insulation resistance: Min. 100 MΩ
Bath temperature 60 ±2°C
Humidity 90% RH
Heat resistance (Receptacle and plug mated) After 120 hours
Contact resistance: Max. 40 mΩ
Bath temperature 125 ±2°C
Vibration resistance
(Receptacle and plug mated)
Current shut off should not exceed 1 μs during vibration test.
(Contact resistance: Max. 40 mΩ)
Acceleration: 44 m/s²
Frequency: 20 to 200 Hz
Sweep time: 3 min/cycle
Testing tool: Refer to Fig.1 *2
Direction: 3 axes (X, Y, Z)
(Different samples are used for each direction.)
Time: 3 h
Detection current: 10 mA
Shock resistance
(Receptacle and plug mated)
Current shut off should not exceed 1 μs during shock test. Acceleration: 981 m/s²
Operation time: 6 ms
Testing tool: Refer to Fig.1 *2
Direction: 6 direction (±X, ±Y, ±Z)
(Different samples are used for each direction.)
Number: 3 times
Detection current: 10 mA
Lifetime
characteristics
Insertion and
removal life
10 times (Contact resistance: Max. 40 mΩ) Speed: 25 mm/min
Solder paste thickness The initial specification must be satisfied electrically and mechanically Recommendation t = 0.15 mm
*1. As the humidity range differs depending on the ambient temperature, the humidity range indicated below should be used.
This temperature and humidity range does not guarantee permanent performance.
CF2 Thermal shock resistance
*2. Fig.1
CF2 Testing tool:

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Material and surface treatment

Receptacle

Part name Material Color Surface treatment
Body LCP resin (UL94V-0) Black -
Post Copper alloy - Contact portion: Sn plating over nickel
Soldering portion: Sn plating over nickel
Metal tab Copper alloy - Soldering portion: Sn plating over nickel

Plug

Part name Material Color Surface treatment
Housing LCP resin (UL94V-0) Black -
Contact Copper alloy - Contact portion: Sn plating over nickel
Soldering portion: Sn plating over nickel
Metal tab Copper alloy - Soldering portion: Sn plating over nickel

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