Q: What is a Superseal 1.0 connector?
A: TE Connectivity’s Superseal 1.0 environmentally sealed connectors are available in cable plugs and PCB mount headers. The Superseal 1.0 connectors are used in harsh environment applications where even a small degradation in connection may be critical.
Q: What are the appropriate applications for Superseal 1.0 connectors?
A: Truck, Bus, Off-highway, Construction, Agriculture, Mining, Emergency Vehicles, Forestry, Recreational, Marine, Motorcycle.
Q: When should I use Superseal 1.0 connectors?
A: Superseal 1.0 connectors provide reliability and performance on the engine or transmission, under the hood, for motor controllers, on the chassis, or in the cab. Superseal 1.0 connectors offer field proven reliability and rugged quality. Superseal 1.0 connectors are designed to meet the increasing need for dependable printed circuit board applications in harsh environments. The Superseal 1.0 headers are available with straight or right-angle pins. Various locking latch options and keying configurations are available.
Q: What are the Superseal 1.0 connectors’ key features?
A: Superseal 1.0 Connector Key Features:
- Accepts contact size 1.0 mm (up to 15 amps)
- 1.25-0.50 mm2
- 26, 34, and 60 cavity arrangements
- PCB mount
- Rectangular, thermoplastic housing
- Integrated latch for mating
- TPA confirms contact alignment and retention
Q: What is the temperature range for Superseal 1.0 connectors?
A: Operating at temperatures -40°C to +125°C
Q: How durable are Superseal 1.0 connectors?
A: After cap housing is connected, the plug housing is mated and then 78.4 N force is applied in a rocking motion. 25 test cycles.
Q: What is the insulation resistance for Superseal 1.0 connectors?
A: 100 megohms minimum. Test between adjacent contacts and between contact and earth with insulation resistance meter of 500 volts DC.
Q: What is the immersion rating for Superseal 1.0 connectors?
A: Per JIS D0203
Q: What is the vibration rating for Superseal 1.0 connectors?
A: Tested in each of three mutually perpendicular axis. See Fig 8 in product document 108-78140.
Q: How much dielectric withstanding voltage for the Superseal 1.0 connectors?
A: Insulation does not breakdown at 1000 volts AC or 1600 volts DC for duration of 1 minute between contacts and between contact and earth.
Q: What material are Superseal 1.0 connector shells made of?
A: Superseal 1.0 connector shells are made of rugged thermoplastic.
Q: What material are Superseal 1.0 connector TPAs made of?
A: Superseal 1.0 connector TPAs are made of rugged thermoplastic polyester.
Q: What material are the Superseal 1.0 grommets made of?
A: The Superseal 1.0 connector grommets are made of silicone rubber.