DOD - DSCC-DWG-93007
CONNECTOR, HIGH DENSITY, BLADE AND FORK, BACKPANEL, EIGHT ROW, 296 CONTACT POSITIONS
|Publication Date:||14 January 2014|
This drawing outlines the requirements for a specific member of a family of compact high contact density (.050 inch (1.27 mm)), high performance two piece electrical connectors. These connectors are intended for printed circuit board (plug in dual heat sinked daughter board modules, and fixed backplanes) applications utilizing surface mount daughter board and compliant pin backpanel termination techniques. The connector family includes members, which provide combinations of low power signal contacts, power contacts, shielded contacts and optical termini.
The connector family offers severe operating environment performance capability, such as protective hoods, contact sealing, interfacial seals, electrostatic shielding and other advanced capabilities.
This connector family is organized and fabricated utilizing modular design, with available connector module blocks which can be grouped to provide for combinations of low power signal contacts, fiber optic termini, power contacts, and shielded contacts. Specific implementation groupings of these module blocks constitute elements of the connector family. This specific requirements drawing details a backpanel member of the connector family.
This family member is composed of a grouping of:
a. 6 standard low power insulator blocks
b. 1 Alpha end.
c. 1 Beta end.
d. 1 center insulator, for use with standard low power tuning fork contacts. e. 1 power block.
Which when combined provide a total of 296 signal contacts and 2 power pins.
This assembly mates with DLA Land and Maritime drawing 93006 daughterboard connector.. The backpanel connector assembly also includes an electrostatic shield which mates with a daughter card connector metal shroud, providing an electrostatic shield for all contacts in the connector pair. The backpanel connector insulator block also provides for installation of three connector keying bushings and allows for use of a center guide pin. This family member does not include module blocks, which contain fiber optics, power, or shielded contact elements. Other members of this connector family, which include these additional capabilities, are included DLA Land and Maritime drawings, 93002 through 93013 and 02007.
Connectors conforming to this drawing are intended for use when military specifications do not exist and qualified military connectors that will perform the required function are not available for... View More
Connectors conforming to this drawing are intended for use when military specifications do not exist and qualified military connectors that will perform the required function are not available for OEM application. This drawing is intended exclusively to prevent the proliferation of unnecessary duplicate specifications, drawings, and stock catalog listings.View Less