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Contact, PicoBlade™, 50079 Series, Socket, Crimp, 26 AWG, Tin Plated Contacts, 51021 Crimp Housings

MOLEX 50079-8100

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Manufacturer:
MOLEX MOLEX
Manufacturer Part No:
50079-8100
Newark Part No.:
85C4807
Product Range
50079 Series
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Product Overview

The 50079-8100 is a 1.25mm pitch PicoBlade™ Crimp Terminal for 51021 housing. It accepts 26 to 28 AWG cable conductor size and made of phosphor bronze with tin-plated finish.
  • Mates with 50125 Crimp Terminal, 50133 Crimp Terminal
  • Halogen Free

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Product Information

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50079 Series
:
Socket
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Crimp
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26AWG
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Tin Plated Contacts
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51021 Crimp Housings
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28AWG
:
Phosphor Bronze
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Can you suggest the part number of extraction tool which can be used to remove damaged socket contacts (part number 50079-8100) from their housings?
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Suggested part number of extraction tool which can be used to remove these damaged contacts is 11-03-0043 from Molex.
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Corrosion of Crimps?

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I am using molex 50079-8100 and 50125-8100 crimps on a given part. If I dip this part in DI Water, would that corrode my crimps after the test is over? What is a long term effect on my part quality?
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As per supplier's information, This is not a process where these products are tested,
As per attached snapshot of the Product Specification documents for each of those terminals, but supplier does not specify any reactions or consequences of wash process for these parts. hence it is customer's decision to determine and run their own testing.
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Looking for a hand crimp tool which can be used to crimp socket contacts (part number 50079-8100).
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Suggested part number of hand crimp tool which can be used to crimp these contacts is 63819-0300 from Molex.
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