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TruConnect 2.1 PCB DC Power Socket

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20-0970

 
Brand: TruConnect  MPN: 20-0970 
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PCB mounting 2.1 mm connector 30V DC power socket.


  • 0.5A current rating
  • Right angle type
  • Solder lug termination
  • Brass contact material
  • Black colour
  • 100MΩ insulation resistance
  • Can be hand wired
  • Single pole switch

Order codeMftrs Part No.
20-09702.1mm PCB Power socket
20-09752.5mm PCB Power socket

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15 September 2015 Question by: James | Product code: 20-0970
Q. Do you make these sockets to fit 6mm diameter plugs at 9.5V?
A. Hi James, thank you for your question. We do offer a 2.5mm version this will accept a max of 6.4mm diameter - 20-0975.


08 March 2012 Question by: Ben Wong | Product code: 20-0970
Q. Which pins are positive and negative?
A. Thanks for your enquiry Ben. Most commonly the central pin (1) is the positive but this is not universal.


26 February 2012 Question by: Chris Dimelow | Product code: 20-0970
Q. which pins are connected to the +ve or -ve voltages???
A. Thanks for your enquiry Chris. The pin 4 would normally be the positive centre pin and the 2/3 pin would be the negative.

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