The connectors consist of a plug housing with receptacle contacts and a cap housing with tab contacts for wire termination, and a cap housing assembly which can be mounted onto the printed circuit board either vertically or horizontally.
The plug and cap connectors for wire termination are of housing lance design. The receptacle and tab contacts used in these connectors have no lance and therefore there is no possibility of contacts being tangled with one another or of contact lances being deformed.
Contacts are of crimp, snap-in type. The receptacle contact has a leaf with contacting points protected by a box-shaped shroud. It is strong and highly resistant to damage from outside.
Both the plug and cap housings have an integral double-lock mechanism for positive contact loading. Despite their small size, the housings are durable and dependable, and prevent contacts from being damaged by rocking (KOJIRI Action) at mating/unmating.
For the plug housing, there is a MARK II version which has a two-piece type double-lock plate embedded into the body.
This Mark II plug housing uses the same receptacle contacts, and same mating cap housing, as the conventional standard plug housing.
The cap housing assembly for board mounting is available in two types, vertical mount and horizontal mount. To this 070 Series MULTILOCK Connectors a hybrid type wire-to-wire connector containing a mixture of signal circuits (070 Series) and power circuits in one housing has now been added. Standard 070 Series contacts are used for signal circuits, while 250 Series contacts without latch are used for power circuits.
Low level termination resistance: 3 milliohms max. (initial) 10 milliohms max.(final) Overall termination resistance: 3 milliohms max. (initial) 10 milliohms max.(final) Insulation resistance: 100 Megaohms min. Withstanding voltage: 1,800V AC/one minute Contact retention force: 8kg min. Operating temperature: -30° ~ +105°C