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1.56 Centerline Product Family Overview | TE Connectivity

amp_mini.jpgAMP-IN Terminals Mini | TE Connectivity
The miniature AMP-IN Terminal is designed not as an electrical terminal but as a mechanical holding device to enhance soldering of hookup wires to printed circuit boards. The combination of terminal and application tooling eliminates costly manual preparation of wires prior to soldering, and positions the wire to achieve reliable solder joints. Movement of the wire during soldering is restricted, assuring proper solder flow.
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amp_edge.jpgAMP EDGE PC Terminals Single Lead | TE Connectivity
AMP EDGE Terminals are quick connect/disconnect devices that adjust securely, through friction fitting, to machine slots in the type of board for which they are designed. Friction fitting not only precleans the contact areas, but also provides excellent vibration and shock resistance even under heavy stresses.
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AMPODU-Housings-and-Contacts-156-Crimp-Tyco-Electronics.jpgAMPMODU Housing & Contacts .156 Crimp | TE Connectivity
The .031 x .062 [0.79 x 1.57] interconnection system has served as an industry standard for modular packaging for over three decades. It is a rugged, large scale system designed for board-to-board and board-to-wire or cable applications that has offered millions of reliable interconnections and countless mating cycles. This versatile interconnection system successfully meets the requirements for most modular power supply packaging.
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Economy-Power-Connectors.jpgEconomy Power Connectors | TE Connectivity
AMP Economy Power (EP) connectors are designed for secondary power circuit applications. The line consists of wire-to-board plug housings, contacts and mating post headers. Three contact centerline spacings are available: .156[3.96], .200[5.08] and .312 [7.92]. During mating, the positive locking lever on the outside of the plug housing engages the mating header housing to provide for greater retention. This helps maintain reliable connections, when other non-locking type connectors could vibrate  apart. This same locking lever must be depressed to unmate the connectors.
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MTA-156-Connectors.jpgMTA 156 Connectors | TE Connectivity
Mass termination of wire provides the lowest applied cost because it drastically reduces the labor content of virtually any cable or harness assembly required. The MTA-156 IDC connector system is a wire-to-board and wire-to-wire system with contacts in a single row on .156 [3.96] centerline. The design features wire feed-through capability for daisy-chain applications. Insulation displacement contacts are used to terminate a wide range of conductor sizes. Ribbon cable can also be terminated when the appropriate receptacle assembly and strain relief cover are used. Header assemblies for board mount applications include right-angle and vertical mount products available in through-hole and surface mount configurations.
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printed_circuitboards.jpgPrinted Circuit Board Disconnects | TE Connectivity
AMP printed circuit disconnect embodies the dual features of automation and the ability to make quick wiring changes. The special formed pins, available in .058 [1.47] and .093 [2.36] diameters, can be inserted in a printed circuit board quickly and reliably by fully automatic or semi-automatic machinery.
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sl-156-connectors.jpgSL 156 Connectors | TE Connectivity
The SL-156 connector system is a wire-to-board system with contacts in a single row on .156 [3.96] centerline. It is designed for proper loading of contacts and has a contact retention feature to prevent back-out. SL-156 housings also mate with MTA-156 right angle and vertical mount headers.
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