SAE STANFORD APPLIED ENGINEERING
Type no. CJ6502-34BR
Made in the USA
Unusually this is a ribbon cable mounting plug, (its more common to have a socket on the ribbon).
34 Way DIL IDC type (Insulation Displacement Contact)
An insulation-displacement contact (IDC), is an electrical connector designed to be connected to the conductor(s) of an insulated cable by a connection process which forces a selectively sharpened blade or blades through the insulation, bypassing the need to strip the conductors of insulation before connecting. When properly made, the connector blade cold-welds to the conductor, making a theoretically reliable gas-tight connection. Application: The top clip of the connector is removed, suitable ribbon cable (34 way in this case) is inserted and laid over the V shaped contacts, the top clip is then replaced over the ribbon and pressure applied to snap the clip down into place, thereby piercing the ribbon and making the connections. Special tooling is usually used but it can be done by hand if care is taken.
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• Product: 34 Pin DIL Ribbon Cable Mounting Plug
• Pin Number : 34
• Row Number : 2
• Pins per row : 17
• Pitch : 2.54mm/0.1″
• Total Dimensions : L 46mm x W 6mm x H 6mm (unclamped onto cable)
• Pin length : 4mm
• Color : Black;
• Material : Plastic with GOLD plated contacts
• Sturdy nylon construction
Manufactured in the 80’s by SAE (Stanford Applied Engineering A US parent Co. to Midland Ross)
These are stored with us still sealed in original packaging and are absolutely ‘as new’.
Given their age and the ‘Milspec’ type manufacturer these connectors are made to a high specification – the gold plating on the contacts for example is much heavier than is available today!
They came to us as part of a lot of surplus stock from a large ‘Milspec’ type Co. , having been in storage for many years we have classified them as ‘new other’.
As many of our components come in to us as surplus stock – sometimes from high end ‘Milspec’ type manufacturers we try to pass on our savings to our customers – often selling industrial grade or military spec components at a fraction of their original cost.