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Series 71 Single-Port

High-Performance, PC-Mount, Modular Jacks
Unshielded, Shielded, Right Angle, and Vertical

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Stewart high-performance, 71 Series modular jacks are designed for fast installation into high-speed applications.  The industry-standard, eight-position design is an easy drop-in replacement for Category 3 jacks.  Available in right angle and vertical configurations, and both shielded and unshielded versions

Features/Benefits

  • Designed for high-performance, Category 5 applications
  • Standard PCB contact footprint for fast-and-easy, drop-in replacement into existing circuit board layouts
  • Preloaded, formed-wire contacts offer superior mechanical and electrical performance
  • Available in standard 8-contact, 8-position format
  • Contacts available with 30 [.762 um] or 50 [1.27 um] micro inch gold plate in contact area
  • Enhance shield variations offer maximum protection from EMI
  • Available with a variety of keying and flange options
  • See How to Order for additional options

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Specifications

Materials
Jack Housing: UL 94V-0-rated glass-filled thermoplastic
Contacts: Copper Alloy
Contact Plating: Selective gold plate in contact area, tin-lead in solder tail area
Shieldeing: Tin-plated brass

Electrical Characteristics
Current Rating: 1.5A (maximum) at 25 C
Voltage Rating: 150 VAC (maximum)
Low-Level Contact Resistance: 15 m(ohms) maximum allowable change (using Stewart Connector plug)
Dielectric Withstanding Voltage: 1000 Vrms, 1 min, (60Hz)
Insulation Resistance: 500 M(ohms) (minimum)

Mechanical Characteristics
Contact Normal Force: 100 g (minimum)
Jack Tolerances and Dimensions: Compliant with FCC requirments

Environmental Characteristics
Operating Temperature: -20 C to 85 C

Approvals/Certifications
UL Component Recognized  CSA Certified
Meets requirments of FCC Part 68.5 when plated with 50 [1.27um] microinches of gold


Series 63, 64, 65, and 70

PC-Mount, Modular Jacks
Shielded and Unshielded

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Stewart Connector's modular jacks are designed to meet the demanding requirements of high-performance communication environments.  Available in a wide variety of height configurations, the 63, 64, and 70 Series jacks provied versatile and reliable right-angle solutions for your networking applications.  For vertical-mount applications, the 65 Series modular jacks offer many of the same design options of the righ-angle versions.

Features/Benefits

  • Formed-wire contacts with radiused edges prevent hangup during mating cycles
  • Contacts combed and preloaded in individual slots
  • Spring-temper wire contacts provide high normal-force, low-resistance connections
  • Available in 4 through 10 positions
  • Enhanced shield tabs provide superior EMI protection and ease of assembly
  • Available with a variety of keying and flange options
  • 64 Series is available in switching and internal shorting
  • Contacts available with 30 [.762 um] or 50 [1.27 um] micro inch gold plate in contact area
  • Various shield ground tail locations for design flexability
  • See How to Order for additional options

 

Specifications

Materials
Jack Housing: UL 94V-0-rated glass-filled thermoplastic
Contacts: Phosphor Bronze
Contact Plating: Selective gold plate in contact area, tin-lead in solder tail area
Shieldeing: Tin-plated brass

Electrical Characteristics
Current Rating: 1.5A (maximum) at 25 C
Voltage Rating: 150 VAC (maximum)
Low-Level Contact Resistance: 15 m(ohms) maximum allowable change (using Stewart Connector plug)
Dielectric Withstanding Voltage: 1000 Vrms, 1 min, (60Hz)
Insulation Resistance: 500 M(ohms) (minimum)

Mechanical Characteristics
Contact Normal Force: 100 g (minimum)
Jack Tolerances and Dimensions: Compliant with FCC requirments

Environmental Characteristics
Operating Temperature: -20 C to 85 C

Approvals/Certifications
UL Component Recognized  CSA Certified
Meets requirments of FCC Part 68.5 when plated with 50 [1.27um] microinches of gold


 

Series 66

Multiport Harmonica Jacks
Shielded and Unshielded

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Stewart's extensive line of single-row harmonica jacks offer shielded an unshielded solutions for twisted-pair networking environments.  Most networking systems that use unshielded twisted-pair cable also use shielded harmonica jacks to block EMI leakage from the enclosure.  The contacts are fully enclosed for maximum efficiency and long life.

Features/Benefits

  • Available in 6 or 8 contact positions
  • From 2- to 8-port shielded configurations
  • Available with a variety of keying and flange options
  • Up to 13 ports in unshielded versions
  • Contact plating with 30 [.762 um] or 50 [1.27 um] microinch gold
  • Enhanced shield offers maximum protection from EMI
  • Fully enclosed, individually guided contacts
  • See How to Order for additional options

 

Specifications

Materials
Jack Housing: UL 94V-0-rated glass-filled thermoplastic
Contacts: Phosphor Bronze
Contact Plating: Selective gold plate in contact area,   tin-lead in solder tail area
Shieldeing: Tin-plated brass

Electrical Characteristics
Current Rating: 1.5A (maximum) at 25 C
Voltage Rating: 150 VAC (maximum)
Low-Level Contact Resistance: 15 m(ohms) maximum allowable change (using Stewart Connector plug)
Dielectric Withstanding Voltage: 1000 Vrms, 1 min, (60Hz)
Insulation Resistance: 500 M(ohms) (minimum)

Mechanical Characteristics
Contact Normal Force: 100 g (minimum)
Jack Tolerances and Dimensions: Compliant with FCC requirments

Environmental Characteristics
Operating Temperature: -20 C to 85 C

Approvals/Certifications
UL Component Recognized  CSA Certified
Meets requirments of FCC Part 68.5 when plated with 50 [1.27um] microinches of gold


Series 71 Multi-Port

High-Performance, Harmonica Jacks
Shielded and Unshielded

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The 71 Series multiport harmonica jacks provide two to eight shielded ports and two to thirteen unshielded ports.  The harmonica design facilitates PCB insertion and saves space.

Features/Benefits

  • Designed for high-performance, Category 5 applications
  • Right angle configuration
  • Standard PCB contact footprint for fast-and-easy, drop-in replacement into existing circuit board patterns
  • Available in both shielded and unshielded versions
  • Preloaded, formed-wire contacts offer superior mechanical and electrical performance
  • See How to Order for additional options

 

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Category 5 modular plugs

 

Specifications

Materials
Jack Housing: UL 94V-0-rated glass-filled thermoplastic
Contacts: Copper alloy
Contact Plating: Selective gold plate in contact area,   tin-lead in solder tail area
Shieldeing: Tin-plated brass

Electrical Characteristics
Current Rating: 1.5A (maximum) at 25 C
Voltage Rating: 150 VAC (maximum)
Low-Level Contact Resistance: 15 m(ohms) maximum allowable change (using Stewart Connector plug)
Dielectric Withstanding Voltage: 1000 Vrms, 1 min, (60Hz)
Insulation Resistance: 500 M(ohms) (minimum)

Mechanical Characteristics
Contact Normal Force: 100 g (minimum)
Jack Tolerances and Dimensions: Compliant with FCC requirments

Environmental Characteristics
Operating Temperature: -20 C to 85 C

Approvals/Certifications
UL Component Recognized  CSA Certified
Meets requirments of FCC Part 68.5 when plated with 50 [1.27um] microinches of gold


Series 73

StackJack Harmonica Jacks
Shielded and Unshielded

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Stewart's space-saving StackJack modular jacks offer the most features for maximum performance and reliability.   Enhanced shielding provides optimum protection against EMI, and Stewart's unique panel tabs provide high normal force for superior shielding effectiveness.  The longer springs allow repeated insertions/withdrawals from a panel, and prevent "fish-hooking" on the panel if overinserted.

Features/Benefits

  • Space-saving design provides up to 16 ports in a two-row configuration
  • Standard and low-profile versions available
  • Enhanced shield offers closely spaced array of compliant panel contacts on all sides for maximum EMI protection
  • Formed-wire contacts ensure low contact resistance

 

Specifications

Materials
Jack Housing: UL 94V-0-rated glass-filled thermoplastic
Contacts: Copper alloy
Contact Plating: Selective gold plate in contact area,   tin-lead in solder tail area
Shieldeing: Tin-plated brass

Electrical Characteristics
Current Rating: 1.5A (maximum) at 25 C
Voltage Rating: 150 VAC (maximum)
Low-Level Contact Resistance: 15 m(ohms) maximum allowable change (using Stewart Connector plug)
Dielectric Withstanding Voltage: 1000 Vrms, 1 min, (60Hz)
Insulation Resistance: 500 M(ohms) (minimum)

Mechanical Characteristics
Contact Normal Force: 100 g (minimum)
Jack Tolerances and Dimensions: Compliant with FCC requirments

Environmental Characteristics
Operating Temperature: -20 C to 85 C

Approvals/Certifications
UL Component Recognized  CSA Certified
Meets requirments of FCC Part 68.5 when plated with 50 [1.27um] microinches of gold

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Interconnect Specialties Inc.
590 West Central Avenue
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Brea, CA  92821
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